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THE: BEE: OMAHA, FKIDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 191;
BRIEF CITY NEWS
Stsek-rslconer Co., Undertakers.
lighting rUtarwBarg-Oraada Co
asts Soot Prist tt Now Peacon Presa
BalUr ta Demtwt, City Nat. D. 2S.
Omaaa Platta Co. Estab, 189S. D. 2535.
Bollar Skating, lower room Chamber
Acad tray, open Saturday, September 21,
7:45 p, m. Douglas 1871 . !
XcXatosh la Transferred A. M. Me
Intosh, for nine years elevator conductor
at the Union station, lias been trans
ferred to the Union Pacific headquarter
building, where he will occupy a similar
Englnr to Picnic Omaha stationary
engineers will hold their annual plente
at Nielsen's park, Forty-ninth and
Leavenworth streets, ' Sunday afternoon
and evening. Music, dancing and athletic
sports will be features.
Wtw Berries West Beginning Sep-
iuiut inc jwwiv lamnu is lit give
Omaha travelers new sleeping car service
to Los Xngeles and (he south Pacific
coast country. On that oate sleeping
car service will be established by way yf
El Paso,. Tex. ,
Indian Suaaway Caught -Joe Mc
Kenzle, a charge at the Bonds School for
Indian at Lawrence, i Kan., has been
taken back to that institution by J. W.
Flyna, assistant superintendent of the
school. McKehzle escaped from the school
several weeks ago. "
Adam son Bound Over Oscar C. Adam
son ha? been bound over to the district
court by Police Magistrate Foster on the
, charge of grand larceny. His bond was
fixed at $500. Adamson was arrested by
Jailor Bill Herald, accused of stealing a
ar. v.. , -.!. ; -,v
Exhibit of Appliances The Meyer
Safety Guard company of this city is ar
ranging to make an exhibit at th expo
sition of street railway appliances In con
nection wjth a street railway convention
at Ghicagb next month of the device
which 1t is promoting to prevent board
ing and alighting accidents.
Stanton (Clties- Xere County Judge
Cowan and Pete Best, an prchardist of
Stanton, are In the city purchasing e!sc
Vlcal equipment for number, of con
cessions that they will put on as features
at county fair and street shows In Ne
braska counties and cities. .They re
port a bumper corn crop up through the
Elkhorn valley, saying that U is the best
ever. ' ,-'. x -
. Saoka Taking nigbt Dave Johnson,
an old-time Omaha boy, but now banker,
merchant, grain dealer and lumber man
of Brady Island. Nb Is In town for a
couple of day. He brings word that the
flight of ducks has started toward the
south and that the sloughs along the
Platte ' ar filled with them. There are
some geese coming in, but the flight ha
not commenced In earnest
Airtoou en Old Satat The steam
shovel has started to work removing the
embankment on, Farnam Just above
Twenty-fourth street, where the Alrdoro
has been located. This property, which
recently changed hands, was held for
nearly fifty1 years by William Pitt Kel
logg, who once resided here, and later
became United States senator from Lou
isiana, now still living in Washington.
Dentists to CUv Panes The Crelghton
College of Dentistry will hold the lrst of
a series of dances this evening
at ' the . Omaha Rod : and Gun club,
and as the college has Its largest
enrollment In its history, a large crowd
Is looked for. Refreshments will be
served In the cafe and the hill will be
decorated for the occasion. An earnest
Invitation is extended to all the alumnae
and other professional branches of the
Tinf Tall weather Prevail The re
ports to the railroads Indicate fine fall
weather all over the country east of the
mountains, there having been s. material
rise In temperature since Wednesday
morning, temperatures this morning at I
o'clock ranging from 40 to to degrees
above cero., At no place in Nebraska
Wednesday night was there a frost The
coldest point on the railroad weather
map was up In the Black Hills, where
the temperature got down to X degrees
above. 1 . ' . . ; - i
"It Is a pleasure to tell you that Cham
berlain' Cough Remedy I the best
cough medicine I have ever used," writes
Mrs. Hugh Campbell of Lavonla, Oa.
"I have used .It with all my children
and the result have been highly, satis
factory. For sale by all dealer.
Burlington's Work v
Near Powder River
" ' Suddenly Ceases
Wednesday It looked as It the Burlington
might be running trains from Seattle to
Galveston Inside tt sixty days, "using the
Northwestern' tracks from Powder river
te Orln Junction Wyo, Thursday Indica
tion were that there .Is no telling when
these trains may be put into the service.
- Wednesday there were several hundred
men and teams working on the grade
west Of Powder River. Thursday there
was not a man at work, all Operations
The cause of the cessation of work on
the Burlington' line Is not known here,
but there Is a report that it 1 due to a
break In the heretofore friendly relations
existing between - the ' Northwestern and
the Hill system that controls the Bur
lington. ! r '
The agreement whereby the Northwest
em wa to give the Burlington trackage
rights over its line from Powder River
to Orln Juration has not been signed
and it Is said that the indication ar
that perhaps' there never will be an
agreement .reached. The same report Is
to the effect that the Burlington was not
willing to pay the toll exacted by the
Northwestern and as a result there will
be no train service Installed until after
the Hill line has its own tracks from
Powder River to the connection with
the Colorado & Southern at Orln Junc
tion. - .
JEWISH VOTERS CANNOT
GO TO ROOSEVELT MEETING
A large element In the voting popula
tion of Omaha will be entirely unrepre
sented at the reception to Colonel Roose
velt at hi Auditorium meeting. All the
Jewish voters are barred from attending
by the fact that Friday Is known as Tom
KIppur on their religious calendar, being
the day of atonement, which Is celebrated
by fasting and prayer, and the Jewish
people will be in their temples and syna
gogue for their Friday night services
while the colonel Is speaking. ", '
Thursday, Sept. 19,
INTEREST, in the autorooWI flower float for Ak-Sar-Bea week rivals
that of the. ball,, for the young women who are to, take part in the
flower parade will have to have gowns which will harmoniae with
J the trimmings of the motor car' in which they will ride! - , ,',. ;
Then the women who enter their cars will have to invite their friends
in time to plan their costumes, and, as one young woman said, I must ask
three "other" good looking girls to ride in my' car.
' Tm At LI id. i
r : iuu,wo xo mai we paraae wm De we most interesting event of
Ak-Sar-Ben week." '
Flower Parade Patron mips
The patronesses for the Ak-Sar-Ben
j floral parade Tuesday afternoon, October
4, tuv m luuowa; ..
J. A. McShane.
E. M. Fairfield.
'C. H. Pickens,
A. B .McConnell,
C, W. Turner,
J. Clark Colt
C. Fj McGrew, ua .Victor Roe&water.
C. M. Wtlhelm, . . Pavld Colw
O, Eastman, ,
i j. u. Fostei
D, J., O'Brien, '
C. EBlack. '
I W. U Yetter, ,
iG. a HaverBtlck.
jM. C. Peters,
C. T; Kountxe,
'J. T. Stewart,
IJ. M. Baldrige.'
I E W. Dixon,
Me; uni, ,
E. C: Henry, r
J. S. Baldwin.
Z- T. Llndsey,
ti. U Cuming s,
Fred Met, '
H. C. Sumney, ,
T. M. Orr,
F. P. Klrkendall,
Bl W. Nash,
J. S. Brady,
F. H. Davis,
Luther Kountse, -Frank
E. P. Peck.
iJ. DeF. Richards,
C. C. Allison,'
iC. N. Dietz, -Ben
J. E. Baum.
I John R, Webster, . ,
'Nathan Merriam, '
F. A. Nash,
J. M.' Daugherty, -
G. W. Megeath,
I F. Crofoot, ... h i
'Fred Hamilton, , i
Adolph Storz, "
iE. N. Sprague, '
O. C. Kedtck.
iA. J. Ive,
ICIarke Powell, '
.Thomas A. Fry,
W. A. Shafer,
'Arthur C. Smith,
.m u. coiling.
J. ; Cowiiw
Ri C. Howe, .
,W. 8. Jardine,
,kH.- W-'Tate. :
T., C. Byrne, -John
BourRe, i v
Gv.I Hammer, '
.J. R Webster,. ;
c. a smith,
Arthur Guiou, i .
A. U Reed, .
G. H. Kelly,
C. J. 8myth,
H. Gifford, : '
A. V. Kinsler, 1
R. W, Breckinridge,
B. B. Davis,
B. U. Graff,
J. J. Hantghen, j '
G. A. Joslyn,
J.- Ij. Kennedy,
John' Latenser, 1
George H. Lee, '
J. P. Lord,
"WU J. McCrann,
Frank McGinn, "
W. D. McHugh,
W. A. Redick,
Harry Ixiwrie, .'.
W. H. MoCord,
W. H. Buchol.
' Edgar Allen, '
W. J. Coad.
F. N. Connor,
W. Q. Crounse,
s.N. .A. Spiesberger,
T. J. O'Brien, "
G. W. Noble,
' F. J, Taggart,
B. 8. Baker, t
J. J. Deright i
H. B. Fredriekson,
Guy L. Smith,
lee Hurt, ,
U M. Lord.
jj. B. Watkins,
C. R. Hannan, Jr., G. A. Keellne,
C. T. Stewart,
G. W. Van Brunt.
Jessie Millard, .
a . vjr, iuo.1 mi, -
R. E. Bchindel."
A '.aulet ' weddina was Celebrated
Wednesday morning at 9 o'clock at the
noma oi nr. ana Jure, narry imwiw,
Emmet street, .'when their daughter, Miss
Amy Helen Lawrle, became the bride of
Edgar Victor Armstrong, Rev, Edwin II.
Jenks officiating. The bride wor her
traveling gown of light gray, with hat to
matoh. Her only attendane was her sis
ter,, Mrs. W. H. Guild. Daniel Beal
served a8 best man.' Only the Immediate
families were present Mr. and Mrs. Arm
strong have gone to Kansas City, for
their wedding trip and will be at home in
Omaa after October 16 at HIS Emmlt
Mr- Henry E. Souls of Toronto, Canada,
and Mis Ef fie B. Jeffrie of Omaha were
united In marriage In the presence of
Mr. O. J. Jeffrie, brother of the bride,
and Miss Crystal GilflUan of Fairfield,
Neb., at the residence of tha TanT nt
Castellar Street Presbyterian church,
Rev. C. C. Meek, ,MS9 South , Sixteenth
street, at t o'clock Wednesday afternoon.
Mr, and Mrs. Soule left Wednesday even
ing for their future horn In Toronto,
Onada. Mr. Soule is a brother of Mr.
Corus F. Hopper of this city.
Mr. Carl O. Wilson and Mis Eva May
Jewell wer married at the home of the
bride's sister, Mr. Southard, 128 North
Twtnty-flrat street Rev. Milton B. Wil
liams, pastor fit the Firs Methodist,
officiated. , ; j
The wedding of Lysle 3. Greed and Miss
Emily 8. Butler was celebrated Wednes
day at .the horn of the bride's parents,
J18 'North Twenty-fifth street Rev. M.
B. Williams read the marriage lines.
Wednesday David Driesser and Miss
Iha Rentfrow were married at the F.rsi
Methodist church parlors. Rev. M,. B.
Williams, pastorof the church, officiated.
A wedding , Thursday , morning which
came as quite a surprise to all but a few
intimate friends, was that of Mis
Adelaide Roehrig and Mr. Frederick Kent
The ceremony took place Thursday morn
ing at St Peter's church, Rev. Father
The bride wore her. traveling suit of
gray and a small French hat of black
and white. Mrs. Kent has been residing
at the Colonial and th groom I In the
Mr. and Mrs. Kent left for Kansas City
and will be at home after October 16 at
th Uintah. ;
At Happy Hollow.
Mrs. H. B. Lemere was - hostess at
one of the Thursday luncheon parties at
the club. Covers were placed for:
Joseph Polcar; 1
S. R. Rush.
J. W. Hamilton,
W. T. Robinson, -
G. W, Wlckersham,
H. B. Lemere. ..
At Seymour Lake Country Club.
Mrs. , a. Rose aa Mrs. James
Trumbl entertained the Tug of War
Card dub Wednesday afternoon at Sey
mour Lake Country club. ThV guests
George Paddock. '
Arthur Fowler, '"
John Smith, '
of Herman, Neb.
At the Bod and Gun Club.
An Informal party was given Tueaday
evening at the Rod and Gun club. Those
present were: ,
H. R. Cronk, -Edward
Nettle Schooley. .
Miscellaneous Shower. :
A miscellaneous shower wa given by
Miss Anna Stary in honor of Miss Anna
81oup, Monday evening, at ner home, 1901
South .Fourteenth . street. Thos present
were:.,.', , ,. ' i ;v.. .
NEW PLAYHOUSE FOR OMAHA
Omaha Men to Erect Theater for Re-
, production of RlmieT . .
STEUCTTTRE TO BE OP GLASS
So Cntmc4 for Stj 4 Tak
ing Motion Pirtow Plays
Foremost Actor to Re- ,
A new theater In which a-stock com
pany will rehearse plays and act them
for the production of movie films is to
be built in Omaha t' this fall far away
from the business and factory district
of th city. The public will not be ad
mitted to It. -
Plans fof such a theater have been
drawn and as soon as the company which
1 to build it can find a site answering
th requirement the erection will begin.
Some of the best actors In the country
will (be employed to perform In ,lt and
th 'plays will be the very newest, writ
ten by a playwright employed by the
. S Seat r Orchestra. ;
Omaha theater goers cannot buy a seat
In, this' new playhouse for love nor
money, As a matter of fact there will
be no seats In it. There, will be no or
chestrar no boxes, parquet,- galleries r
balconies, and yet . the theater will,: be
the largest in Omaha. The plans give
the dimensions as 76x160 feet. It will be
forty feet high and another odd thin
about It will be that almost the whole
structure will be made of glass., The Indu
Motion picture company recently organ
ised and capitalised by Omaha men will
build the structure. It will cost about
25,009 and will probably be built In Flor
ence. Western Picture;
Th company .will produce educational
and scenic film to supply the big, de
mand of th west Indan and western
picture will be taken tor the eastern
The company has been operating a
short time In Omaha and ha been pro
ducing what Is called an "animated
weekly." When In full : operation In
Omaha cltlsena need not be surprised
on occasonally seeing a crowd of people
running down the main street, climbing
In window of private residence, running
through private lawns and cutting other
uch didoes, for after It is established
the company probably will branchrout
Into this kind of picture production.""
The officers of th new concern are:
I, C. Buell, president; Charles M. Plain,
vice president; F. G. Hartman, general
manager; ,W. H. Church, secretary, and
A. C Hartman. treasurer. " ' i
These men are nowlhtefrested in the
OmahakFlim company. ; ; '
Omaha MaU Carrier
Gets Fiti'e Promotion
George J. Kleffner, who has bee In
the postotroe service here as cajrier
and clerk' for a number of years, han
Just been appointed assistant superin
tendent of malls.
Some time ago Tostmaster Wharton
asked to have him transferred from the
force of carriers to clerical work in or
der that he might use him for the work
of assistant superintendent This was
granted. The tllte of assistant superin
tendent has Just been' bestowed on him
by order from Washington.
The postmaster speaks In hlKbest term
of the work of Mr. Kleffner, and says
that after coming In contact with him
for three months in this new capacity,
he feels he has made no mistake In se
lecting him a one of hi o;;iu!al family.
District Judge Day
Judge George A. Day of the district court
who ha ben sojourning at Los Angeles
and Long Beach, is back in the court
house Introducing himself to scores of
friend. ho didn't know him. In a Los
Angeles barber shop the Judge left the
full beard which he hud worn for nearly
A Beautiful Complexion
May St Yr$
In Ttn Dayi
N a din n la '
Beautifler ., '
- ' I" V
NAD1NOLA' banishes tan, tallown,
freckles, pimples, liver -spots, etc. Extretna
cues twenty day. Rids pore and tissues
oi iniiurUies, leaves the kin clear, soft,
healthy. Direction and uarantit in
package By toilet counters or mail. Two
sizes, 50 rents and $1.00. " '
NATIONAL TOILIT COUrANY. tmrti. Tmm,
v " . ...--oCtmj.i! vnt C.. owl Ur
to"'ui harmacr. Hrvar4 Pbmtr. ettA
. -.. ..'. i ''.'' .!'
F. W. Carmichael.
unaries o. Kicn.
w. tj. nnoaaes, .
A. W. Hunt.
G. W. Johnston.
E. E. Klmberley,
Mr. W. O. Henry entertained twenty
guests at luncheon Thursday at the club.
The Harvest Home dinner at Happy
Hollow Thursday evening will be one of
the most popular events at the club this
fall and about 209 reservation nave been
made for dinner, Mr. and Mrs. Mel Uhl
will entertain the largest dinner party.
Their guest wlU be:- . '
- Mr. and Mrs. Miltm Uhl. " ' - , '
Mr. and Mr. David Cole.- 1
Mr.'and Mrs. Charles Wright. '
Mr. and Mr.. F.. R. Streight,
Mr. and Mr. D. E. McCulley,
Mr. and Mr. Thomas A. Fry 1
Mr. and Mr. J. H. Martin.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Rlsson. ' -Dr.
and Mrs. W. F. Mllroy. - : - ,
Mrs. Herbert Hay of Stella, Nb. .
Miss Katherine Miiroy.
Mr. Harry Roger. , -
Mr. Mel Uhl, jr.. .;'. ,
At the Reld Club. :; V
Mr. F, E. Sanborn was hostess at a
whist luncheon at the Field elub xnura-
day. Play started 'at W o'elock and
luncheon was served at 1 o'doca . Tnoee
C. K. Coutant.
j. W. Chadwlck,'
Mary I. Creigh.
T. M. Orr.
John N. Baldwin.
L. A. Gamer,
E W. Yates.'
1 Mesdames '
F. W. FHsgereld,
8. S. Gibson, t
A. H. Fuller,
. V. Sholes.
F. E. Sanborn.
un J. J. Sullivan had eleven- guests
at luncheon and Mrs. J. Kelly four guests.
Rose Lank, -Mayme
Frances Kryeek, !
Mamie Sloup, " :
Mrs. EmU Verdlk
For the Future.
Mr. and Mrs. H. Rachman will be at
home Sunday evening at their home, 163
Lothrop street in honor of Msr. N.
Raohman and her daughters. MIsse
Dorothy and Esther Raohman, who leave
soon for California to reside.
Personal Gossip. -
Mr. and Mrs. Knut Lundberg announce
the arrival of a son, who wa born Wed
In and Out of the Bee Hire.
Mr. and Mrs Jerome Magee left this
week for their ranch In Wyoming.
Mr. M. T. Patrick ha returned from
Europe, where she spent the summer.
Mr. . Charles ; H. Brown has returned
from Wyoming, where he spent the um
msr. . . '.
Miss Portia Sweet ha returned from
Europe, where she spent the cummer in
Pari and Berlin.
Mr, J. G. McBride is back from a month
spent at Glenwood . Springs and other
Mis Ella Mae Brown has returned
from a visit with Mrs. M. T. Evans at
Teepee (Lodge, Wyoming.
Mrs.' Catherine Rahn Heyden has re
turned home from Minneapolis, where she
spent the summer visiting friends. ;
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Llndell and Mr,
and Mr. Ernstrom of near West Point
Neb., are visiting 1 with Mr, and Mr.
C. H. Krelle for the week-end. :
Studies Commence ;
Bownell Hall opened yesterday with
over 100 pupils, more than ever before In
the history of the ohool. Chapel exercise
were held In St Matthias' church by Rev,
George- South worth, after which classes
were called and the girls, big and small,
settled down to the year's work." Pupils
received their books and registered for
classes Wednesday. f ' .''
Th new Instructor ar: Alio Pain,
Wellesley college, assistant instructor In
English; Helen Brugger, Mount Holyoke
college, violin, botany and soology; Caro
lina Glenck, German , schools, German.
Eunice Pilchard, Wellesley, secretary to
th principal, Mis Johnson, IS also a new
Are the Authoritative Corset Styles
Commercial Club v
to Have Call Boys
' An Innovation In convenience for . mem
ber of th Commercial club will be th
Installation in th new quarters of a club
directory, by which It may be told
whether a member Is In or out of the
club rooms. A -device at the side of each
name In this roster may be adjusted by
the member so that a person looking for
him mar be able to tell at a glance at
the board whether or not he 1 In the
club room. Call boy also will be em
ployed at the new quarters.'
Don't Xld TluO 'With a Tell; BaaoT
3rttm With th Vtw Drug,
i An eminent kln specialist recently
Discovered a new drug, othlne doubl
strength, which is so . uniformly suc
cessful in removing freckles and giving
a clar, beautiful complexion that It 1
sold by Beaton Drug Company under an
absolute guarantea to refund th money
If it fails.
Don't hide your freckles under a veil;
get an ounce of othlne and remov them.
Kven the first night's us will show a
wonderful improvement, some of th
tighter freckles vanishing entirely. It
Is absolutely harmless, and cannot,) In
jure th most tender skin.
Be sure to ask Beaton Drug Company
for the double strength othlne: It la this
that is sold on the money back guarantea
TH OMXKA SAXXT BBS, '
Wednesday, September 18, ma.
Clothing Theft System
' is Probably Stopped in
r Bogus Cleaner's Arrest
, Clothe thefts accomplished by a
method of confidence are believed to
hav been stopped in the arrest of M.
Lj Bowman who conducted what wa
purported to have been a tailoring and
cleaning establishment at 1708 Leaven
worth atreet. -
Bowman is believed to be the man who
haa been making a thorough and sys
tematic canvas of th city, oljcltlng
pressing and cleaning work, and In this
way he. ha secured hundreds of dollar'
worth of wearing apparel.
A far as 1 known, none of th cloth
ing thus secured has been returned. Bow
man arrest wa accomplished by De
tective Rich, who only recently became
. a member of the force and who was de
tailed to catch th culprit
Or th for our identifi
cation card, and you
will not b among the
unfortunate ' .
We Dye for You.
' NOTHING WB CAN'T DO
A XEW FIRM.
; ; A NEW WAIT
A New Firm
A New Way
You Have Tried the Rest, Now Try the Bett
Success chemical Dry Cleaners
We Call and Deliver Phone 2966
14th and Dodge
HE correct corset styles
for Autumn and Winter
dress can now he seen in
' Be Sure You See the
Warner Models. 1
Originated to accord with
latest dress tendencies of
coming season. New features
and designs for every figure.
Low hust and longer , skirts
than ever; ' t
; The Height of
Corset Excellence - 1
, You can form some idea of the
style from the illustrations, hut
you must see the corsets them
selves to fully appreciate them.
Then wear the proper model
for your , figure 1 and, feel the
Warner , standard of quality and
comfort. ; 'i,ri-'i-'1:::
' Par :;i
A A . h f V n
Sold Everywhere WW tO 0,UU
Every Pair Guaranteed
. Jrt''' "47 fit'' i. i
ECONOMY"that one thing you are
looKine ior in tneso oay$
of hieh living cost Calumet insure$ a wonder
ful saving in your baking. But it does more.
It imnrei wholesome food, tasty food uniformly railed food.
Calamat it roadht right-to sell right to bak right. Ask
oat of tbf million d women who us it-or ask your grocer.
RECEIVED HIGHEST AWARDS I J ,
' - ,' World Par Poo4 ExposIUoa. Chlcsata, HL ' r
fuit Eipmltion, Fraoca, Msrch, 1812.
Make one plate of soup and
use the rest when you
want it. ;':;'- :::
: It comes in the form of a powder, so you can use a
part of a package and sava the rest any length of time.
It is eay to make; just dissolve. in boiling water.;
Order it today from your grocer.
"Omaha' Creatttt Hat Shop'
Hat of smart
having a heavy roll brim and
wide band: of characteristic "
' Italian quality. Shown mixed .
and slightly rough finish
silver, Oxford and oyster
grays, bronze anJ
ttmtrlx and ollv. 90 and 96
Orderlni? by mall state are,
height, weight and head size.
CS7 9 d
$3 and $4 values
Best .Quality Cape and
Buckskin, made with . Ex
tra Wide Gauntlets
On -9 MR On
Sale ; 919 - Sale4
: Every Palr Guaranteed
A Big Factory Stock Pur-;
chase enables m to offer
, this ' most extraordinary
bargain. ' . ;
See Them Satardaj
SAGE TEA WILL
AND GRAY HAIR:
Thr I nothing- new about the Idea of'
u9ng Eage for restoring the color of the
hair. Our grandmothers kept their hair
dark, glossy and abundant by the use of
a simple. -"Sage Tea." Whenever their
hair fell out or took on a dull, faded or
streaked appearance, they mad a brew
of Sage leaves, and applied It to their
hair with wonderfully beneficial effect.
Nowadays we don't have to resort to
the old-time tiresome method of gather
lng the herbs and making the tea. This x
Is done by skillful chemists better than
w could do It ourselves; and all we have
to do Is to call for the ready-made pro
duct, Wyeth's Bag and Sulphur Half
Remedy;' containing Sage In the proper
strength ' with th addition of Sulphur.
another nld-tlmo scalp remedy, .
This preparation give youthful color
and bsauty to th hair, and is one of th
best remedies you can use for dandruff, 1
dry, feverish, Itching scalp, and falling
hair. Get a fifty cent bottle from your
druggist today, and you will be surprises
at th quick results. All druggist aell It,
under guarantee that the money will b
refunded if th remedy, la not exactly aa
Sherman & McConnell Drug Co., 102 So.
Mth; 821 8o. 16th; 207 N. lth;. Mth and
Farnam Sts. -!
FOR GOLD IN THE
HEAD AND CATARRH
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, Ko. matter how miserable you ar wltb'
catarrh or a cold in the head, noee stop
ped up, throat aore, eyes running, dull
pain In the head, dry cough, fever, foul
breath,' Ely' Cream Balm wtll glv you
Instant relief. '
It gets right at the root of the trouble,
cleanses, heals and strengthens the raw, .
ore membranes, stops the , nasty dis
charge so that you are not constantly
blowing the nose and spitting. In a few
minutes after applied you can just feel It
doing Its work of clearing the head, tha
pain and soreness are relieved, th
breathing becomes natural and the stuff
ed up feeling is gone. This cleansing,
healing, antlseptio .Balm' contains nO
mercury, cocaine or other harmful drugsJ
It 1 easy to apply, pleasant to use, and.
never fall to give relief, even In the
worst case. . "
Never neglect a cold, and don't suffer
th miseries of catarrh nor disgust your
friends with your hawking,, spitting and'
'oui breath. Get a 0 cent bottle of Ely's'
Cream ' Balm from your . druggist, and.
start the treatment at once. You will find
that It will be th best investment you:
ev?r made, m '.' ",
This Coupon and
good for tVj next
number of ALL the
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Twentieth Century Farmer,
Omaha, Neb. v
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