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THE BKK: OMAHA, TIirKKDAV, JANTAKV 30. 1913.
Cleanse Your Liver and Bowels
With Delicious ''Syrup of Figs."
Removes the sour bile, gases and clogged-up waste without
gripe or nausea. No headache, indigestion, consti
pation, biliousness or coated tongue.
Foul oreath. ioted tonsur, rtull, throb
bine headache, stomach sour and full of
KKtm. Indigestion, biliousness and a
ajlon- complexion, mean that your thirty
feel of bowel arc clogged with waste
matter, that these drnlnage organs of the
body sre obstructed; liver stagnant anil
rtomaih full of polionoui gases, sour bile
and tinrtlgetted. fermenting food not
properly iarrled off.
Most of our. Ills are cauird by consti
pated bowels. We all newl a laxative
sometimes: nobody can doubt that. The
on'.y tjuestlnr. is, Which one Is the best?
and that Isn't a question nny more. Syrup
nf Figs. beln; composed entirely of luscl
js figs, senna and Hromatlcs, murt act
i i a harmless, gentle and natural way.
Sjnip of Kins can be constantly iiel
without Injury Its action Is the action
j of fruit of eating coarse fowl of taking
exercise. It la a true and effective liver;
, and bowel cleanser and regulator.
I Most folks dread physic they shrink
, from the tuste and after effects. Syrup
, of Tips Is delirious, and, besides, you
I don't realize you have taken anything
' II - I .. r .. V, M1 . I. .
Mil, II IIMFI Hill,, niKII nit .113 liumau tip
waste of the system Is gently but thor
otightly moved on and out of the bowels
without griping or weakness.
Ask your druggist for tha full name,
"Syrup of KIrs and Bllxlr of Benna."
This Is tho only reliable and only genuine.
riefusc, with contempt, any other FIR
Syrup recommended as Rood. They are
Imitations meant to deceive you. Heart
the label carefully and look for the name
California Klg Syrup Company. Advertisement.
opposed even to hearing about ThT
San Francisco exposition, which will he
held at the time of the opening of tin
Panama canal. A representative of th
exposition asked permission to address
the legislature this afternoon, hut til rc
luest as tabled after It had been
amended to hold the meeting at ;30
cIock at night. McKlsalck made tii
motion to permit the California man to
speak, but those who heard the Kansas
man tell the legislature yesterday, after
few hourR' Investigation, Just how f
eform the penitentiary and what :s
wrong with It, evidently had received
nough advtrs and so the exposition nd
oeate failed to get a look In.
Tha committee whlcU visited the sol
diers' homes at Mllford and Orawl
Island reporrxt back to the house this
morning against the abandonment of
'ilhr of the homes at this time, but ddl
lecommend that all new buildings hern
after erected for the una of the homa
be built at Mllford, so that some time the
irand Island home could be done away
with and Insiend there be constructed n
reformatory on the land there.
Klwood Introduced a resolution appro
prlattng flO.OCO to be used to pay tho ex
pense of veterans of the civil war to tho
:elebratlon of thu fiftieth anniversary or
the battle of Gettysburg. The resolution
was rcfer-ed to the finance committee.
:NO LKTIP IS SKV 1111,1.8
Members lltirr Inexhaustible Map
ply of Mensnres to File.
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LlNOOIN, Jan. 29.-Bpeelal.)-Tho fol
lowing bills wore Introduced In the houso:'
II. IT. 450. by Nichols of Madlson-Pro.
vldes a method for finding and deter
mining titles and Interests In real estate.
(Amends chapter 57, laws of 18?9.)
II. n. 451. by Reuter of Otoo und Ste
Mien of Merrick Allows persons not ad
mitted to tho bar to practice In probate
H. It 452 Appropriates 110.000 to estab
lish a county fair department of the state
college of sericulture.
II. It. 4J3, by nusch of Otoe Allows a
: i L
lit Mt Slid Voh
Trutacaf tf My
Catarrh Cirt rrto
snasnafejaiiAvvsaev I MuBBaflaBrsaV
a 2. OAVH
I "WUl Tak Any Cam of Catarrh, Xo
Mattsr Mow OtrOHlo or What tr
-.It la ta and rrov BHTXBBivr
AT XT OWI XXPSKSB,
That It Can is Oar ad.
Curing Catarrh lias been my business
for years, and during thla time over
on million people have come to ma from
all over the land for treatmont and ad
vice. My method la original. 1 cure
the disease by first curing tha cause.
Thus my combination treatment cures
where all else falls. I can demonstrate
to you In Just a few days' time that my
method la quick, sure and complete, be
cause It rlda the system of the poison
ous terms that causa catarrh, Hend
your name and addreaa at once to C. Ti.
Qauu. and he will send you the treat
ment referred to, Fill out the coupon
This coupon la good for a package of
OAUSK COMUINKD CATAniUI CUHK
aent free by mall. Simply fill In name
and addreaa on dotted lines below,
and mall to C K. Gauss, 4069 Main
St, Marshall. Mich.
creditor to collect from husband or wile
of Insolvent debtor,
II. It. 4M, by Bcott of Hamilton-Pro-vldes
for tho partial support of mothers
whose husbands are dead or prisoners,
where llwrn are children Under 14 yearn
of age. Permits county levy for this pur
pose not cxcccaing l mm. Amount al
lowed to one woman not exceeding 110 a
month for one child nnd 15 for each other
II. It, 455, by Hegan of Platte unanres
lime fnr trpnrrnl nasessment. equalisation
and levy to a period beginning January 1.
II. K. S6. uv Ilicnarason or jjancaaier
Provides that plaintiff shall remit ex
cessive Judgment In damage case upon
order of court; provides method of ap
II. II 4ST. by Illchardson-Permlts cities
and vllhiRes to appoint a commission of
llirrn frrplinlders to have absolute con
trol of the planting nnd removal of trees
In streets and alleys, cost to be assessed
to abutting property,
li. n. 4M. bv o'MHllev Perm Its Issuance
of free transportation to news agents on
rt Orthopedic llnlldlnaT.
II. It. 459. bv Lancaster Delegation-
Appropriates !O,0uq to construct a now
main building for the orthopedic hospital,
i n irA hv Simon of Douglas Per
mits loon sharks to chargo 18 percent a.
yoar on loans of not more than 230 and
groviuos tor mo regulation i "n
"ll"!, by Uraln of Douglas-IUgu-..,,,,,,,ru,.)iirn
unit rnilr of cotton,
duck or canvua goods, awnings, paullns,
t,ni rrr:iln and hay cov
ers, stable or tent tops requires same to
do properly marnea aa 10 n'i
use of fillers. . ,., ,.
II. 11. 4C, by Fouion ot r nimore
inw. 4im pnmitv attorney to subpoena
and examine witnesses under oath In pre
liminary examinations. ...
II. Tt. 463. by Fallsteail nf Richardson
Prohibit a bridge contractor frbnv giving
any consideration to anather fontractor
to keep him from hlddlng on publlo work,
II, It, 4l, Uy KlWOOO Ol Aniciope iv-
qulras Justices of the pe.' to Institute
dipsomaniac proceedings whenever facts
come tinder their own observation; pen
alty, M5 to 100 fine.
II. Jt. 4(B. by Hoffmelstex of Chase nnd
Scott of Hamilton-Provides for election
of county commissioners by districts.
Wrltlnar In Namra.
it. n. 4M. hv Pearson of. Frontier Per
mits n voter to write In the name of any
one for whom he wishes to vote wunoui
necessity of marking a cross after It In
order to have It counted.
II, 11. 45T. by II u sch of Otoe-Permlts
the name of witnesses to bo endorsed on
criminal Information after the trial has
II. n. 46. by Busch of Otoe Provides
that expense for publishing delinquent
tax notice, In excess of the amount levied
in.galn.st tlif real estate, shall be Tnld out
nf tha crinntv general fund.
. II. by Stearns of Bcotls Rluff-
Ilcqtiires meetings or irrigation aisinci
hoards regularly once each month
throughout the year.
i II. R. 4TP, by nusch of Otoo-Changes
Oregon plan by providing that legislators
shall pledge to abide by tnn rcsuus oi
the preference vote In their legislative
II. II, 411, by Yates of Douglas-Stealing
automobiles or motorcycles Is a felony,
and Joy riding without permission of tho
owner shall be construed as a theft.
II. U. 4T2. by nraln of Douglas Gives
county hoards power to settle by compro
mise or otherwise nny claim In favor of
the county or to sell sUch claim at public
or private sale, provided that no member
ot tha board Is Interested In such claim.
Supreme C'onrt Decisions.
II. R. 473. by Pollen of Knox Supreme
court to sit In two sections, chief Justice
with each section, and unanimous deci
sion by either section shall be decree of
II. n. 4T4. by Bollen of Knox Abolishes
demurrer to pleading In civil action and
requires that all defenses shall be pre
sented in the answer,
II. n. 475. by Bollen of Knox One of
tho group of bills Intended to make legal
action mora prompt. Amends clvjl code.
If. n. 476, by tlollen of .Knox-Provldes
for rules sessions of tho district court In
each county fifteen days iJjfore the term
opens for preliminary arguments.
H. It, 477, by Ilollan of Knox Expe
dites the making up of Iss.vies In suits ot
equity and lessens the usual law's delay.
11. U. 478. by DoUen of Jinox Prevents
the continuation of cases over term tin
less accompanied by written affidavit or
stipulation of costs.
H. R. 47, by Clreenwalt of Custer In
creases the pay of deputy sheriffs.
II. R, 4S0, by Qustafson ot Saunders
Secretary of state shall print the adver
tising for candidates In pamphlet form as
made up by auch candidates, and candi
dates forbidden to advertise In newspa
per, flejrs'ary snull send pamphlets w
all voters, Candidates shall pay speci
fied rates for state advertising,
II. R. 481. by Norton of Polk-Provldes
for departments of agriculture, manual'
training and home economics In high
schools, and providing for state aid for
H. R. 43 bv Murphy of Saline Ap
proprlates JtS.OO) for a hog serum plant.
H. R 4S3, hv Oustln of Cass-Extends
the open season on quail to thirty daya
nnd makea other changes In the open
season on gaint. Raises tho salary of
the fish commissioner 30i) and penults
the killing of elk, deer, antelope nnd
II R. 4$t, by Jackson of Jfuckolls-Dc-
! creases the numbc of chollrnces nc r
mlttcd In selection of Juries. Allows tbr
prosecuting attorney the same number
of challenges as the defense.
II. R. 6, by Stephen of Merrick -Puts
It up to the attorney genval to l-.nstl
Rale complaints of unfair dlser'mlratl in
by corporations nnrl gives him aulhorlt.
to prosecute for an nnntillmcnt nf the
II. It. 41. by Foster of Doiu.as -P. 1
vldes for the annual rcKlstratlo of den
tists, stricter examination and i:'S pTtua
pent llrense fee.
II. n. 4S7. by Scott of Hamilton lJstnb
llshcs minimum carload weights for ship
merits of stock, grain, fruit nnd vege
tables. Xctv Senate I'llei.
fl, F. a, by Hanrmann of Douglas--
Provides ror registration of all municipal
bonds with state auditor. Designed to
provldo particularly for registration of
Omaha bonds with the state,
S. F, 21S, by Marshall of Lancaster
Provides that where newly organized
state bank's first payment to guarnnloe
fund docs not equal full credit amount,
additional amount shall be made up.
S. F, 21S. by Marshall of Iancaster
ritanks which liquidate may retain 7J
per cent of guarantee fund, balance to be
paid to state banking board; .nil nf fi.'j.l
to go toward losses to depositors In folic
8. F. 220, by Marshall of Iincaster
Relates to method of computing averago
dally deposits of banks under guaranty
S. F. 221. by Marshall of Latiritster
Confera power upon banking board to
withhold charters where It Is consldcr-l
that town or village Is already suffl
clentlv supplied with banks.
a V. 222, by Marshall of Urncattnr
Provldes that loans and Invest.nenti may
amount to ten times amount of capital
and surplus. Present law allows eight
times that amount.
8. V. 223, by Robertson of Holt Com
prehensive militia bill, providing pay for
officers and men when In sen-Ice.
S. F. 224, by West of Hall-Makes It un
lawful to seil a stag horse without first
notifying prospective purchaser.
H. V, 223. by Smith of Sewnrd-Provldes
K registration fee for motorcycles and
76 cents per horsepower up to thlrtj
horsepower and above that 60 cents pel
horsepower for registration of automo
biles. 8. F. 22fi, by Smith of Seward Provides
for construction of permanent roads.
S. F, 227, by Cordcnl ol Red Willow and
Heasty of Jefferson Provides for domes
tication of foreign corporations and pro
hibits them from taking law suits Into
8. F. 22, by Hoagland of Lincoln-I'n
vldes for establishment of fire depart
ments In cities nf second class.
8, F, 23. by Kemp of Nance Provides
for teaching of any and nil methods of
Instruction In the Omaha School for the
Deaf. No discrimination to be practlrcd
as to methods employed,
8. F. 230. by West of Hall-Provides
that owner of horse having heaves must
notify prospective purchaser of such fact
8, V. 231. by Macfartand of Douclaj
To Increase tho salary of deputy county
attorney ot Douglas county from fl,C0O
8. F, 232. by ltoiutlnnd of Iancaster-
Regulatcs the sale, manufacture nnd dis
posal of embalming fluids containing
strychnine or arsenic, ki
8. F. 233. by Hart nc ofTJtoe-Prov des
for admission to state soldiers' homes of
all persons who served with territorial
militia or Nebraska for at least ninety
fl. F. 234. by Smith of Seward For cre
ation of government dike for levee dis
Court Bailiff Baird
Dies of Heart Failure
at Home in This City
Court Bailiff II. C. Ralrd of United
States Marshal Warner's offlccwos found
dead In his home, G012 Cnss street, lato
X'ftrrday afternoon. Death was due to
i Valll ft Ualrd was at the foJoml Imllj.
Inu Tuesday and seemed to bp Its uoo'J
health. He remained at hopic, Wedimudtiy
as he did not feel well! During the' after
noon Mrs. 'Ilalrd.yqn" retprnjng, from, jt
shopping trip, foil nd Mr. Ralrd lyiu 1 1 it
the bed dendi II q la survived by his
widow and a daughter, Mrs. R. .1.. Sat
talee of Douglas. Wyo.
Mr. Ralrd was W years g''uri- ami
had lived In Nebraska p'racllcu'jv all of
hi life. He had been bailiff li f.'.lritil
court seven years, having come her from
Coleridge. Neb. Prior to his appoint
ment, lor many years he was ah Inulitu
agent at the Bantee agenoy,' lia- n ; boon
appointed by President McKlnlcy shortly
after his election In 1S94. ' He was one
ot tho delegates from Nebraskj mid li
the, convention cast his vot t' Mt-Kililiy.
Ben Baker Admitted
Before 'Supreme Court
(From a Btatf Correspondent.)
WA Bill NO TON, Jan. 29,-(8pecIal 'IVIe
gtam.) Ren 8. Baker, corpoartlon counsel
ot Omaha, was' admitted to practice to
day I nth esupreme court on motion of
AV. C, La,mbort. Briefs ot b6th aides arc
now on file In the supreme court In' ttu
cas.e of the Omaha Btectrlo Light and
rower company and tho Old C"olony Trust
company agaln'st the city of Omaha, It
4s unaertr.ln when the case will be
reached' for argumpnt.
EAT WHAT YOU WANT-NO MORE
Sufferers from Bnd Digestion and Shattered Nerves Can Again
It was Dr. Robin, the noted Krench stomach specialist, who gave to tha world
me nest corrective ror an uisoraers or stomach and nerves.
The. famous formula, ivhlc'i has brought relief to many thousand in oil 1. ..ci
ts found In Samuel's "J-P" a really wonderful prescription, which opens tha door
of happiness to sufferers from Indigestion and kindred Ills.
When your stomach is sour, upset and you are nervous, can't" sleep at nlaht
and feel at ouU with the whole world, begin using Bamual's "J-p". in eauli harm
less capsule Is certain rallef Xor abused stomachs and real food for weakened
H will surely amaze you how
easily and quickly you will bo
eating what you want and enjoy
ing all the blessings of good J.
geatlon and healthy nerves, with,
no mora nervousness or sleeplessness.
Don't needlessly suffer anmi,.-.
day Uet aS0cnt packet from
your aruggisi. ana in a week you'll
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w gatnuel Chemical Company cla.
clnnatl. Ohio, will bring you 11
free trial box Send for it now!
BEAVER CITY. Neb, Jan. 20.-(fipe-clal
Telegram.) Banjamln Franklin Rut
Jar ot Cambridge and Miss Maudlte
dwelling, only daughter ot Mr. and ,1r.
C. M. Iewelllng ot thla city, were mar
ried at tho home of the bride's parents
today at noon. Rev. W. P. Kelts, pastor
of tha Congregational church of Cam
bridge, officiated. Mr. Butter Is ot the
firm of Uarnbe & Butler, attorneys ot
Cambridge and Beavsr City and waa as
soclatsd with Judge E. II. Perry until tho
Utter was elected district Juige. Mts4
towelling is an accomplished young
woman, prominent in society and musical
Tfinu- Ketv Jan. . f Suecial.t Silas
Ulllan Bartllt and Vincent V. Moore
mn married veaterday at the Presby
terian parsonage, Rev. T. F. R. Smith
officiating. They left on the 11:10 trim
t.r nhin vh.rii thov will snend a month
visiting friends and will then return to
York, where they will make their home,
Aniasa II. Jacobs of Omaha .and Miss
Nellie Alexander or coiumous. o., were
married at Rev. Charles W. Bavldgc'a
study, 332 Brandelk Theater building,
Tuesday afternoon., Mr, aamuet k. An
derson and Miss lieien iioerntr were
Slock on finlc.
Sale of Wo
men' Hosfl at
TA Weit'i Grtalttt Store Omaha' Grtateit Attraction'
Just 3 More Days of Our Final Clearing Sales
Last Reductions in Women's and Children's Coats
Every coat is a correct, desirable mid-winter model. Great varieties are here.
In our perfectly equipped
Sealette Plush $1Q
Coats for Women '3
Extremely stylish and very
practical worth regularly up
Women's and Children's Rcady-to-Wear
Section second floor.
Women's smart new
rolle and' Lingerie
Waists 3 vcrp special groups at
up to $10
Choice of Any
in our entire stock
Worth C Plushes,,
up to H ff Mixtures,
Plush Goats and Sin
Mixture Goats for IU
Several snyles to select from
all sizes worth regularly up
Mussed and rumpled
Undermusllns in 3
lots worth doublo these prices
) 45c; 69c u $122
Daintiest of New Spring and Summer Wash Fabrics
Printed Voile In floral, hairline stripe with border, black and white stripe, plain colors, etc., 25
27-ln. Silk Stripe Voiles In the leading shades for evening gowns, street dresses, etc., at, yd., 25
Best quality 30-ln. Windsor Cotton Crepe beautiful designs In fast colors needs no Ironing, 25d
36-ln. Natural Color Dress Linen, made from pure flax launders perfectly, at, a yard 182
Swisses, Percales and Ginghams in Oar Basement
25c Dress Swiss at JSJic n Yard All the newest colorings
in pretty Btriped, figured, and bordered designs with a
white and colored nppllqued dots new Bprlng I AF
goods Just received; from tho bolt at, the yard. r"m & v
Yard Wide Dress Percales at (I He a Yard Best grade, yard
wide dress percales light and dark colorings, in
lengths for waists, dresses or children's wear at, fi-t&f
tho yard Vf
Apron Check Ginghams at 12c a yard Thousands of yards
of apron gingham in blue, orown, green anu Pintc
even or broken checks fast colorings at, the
Table Damask and Doilies Main Floor, Linen Dept.
$2.00 Table Damask, $1.19 Yard 72-in., doublo satin
damask in beautiful designs Thursday $110
only at, the yard $llcf
50c Gluny Plate Doilies, 25c Regular 50c Cluny
Plate Doilies in Linen Department, Mnin 9C
Floor at, each sawC
25c Cluny Doilies at 1206-111. Doilies, 111
regularly worth 25c, Thursday at, each MU 2j
Delicious Chocolates Specially Priced Thursday-
with rich, creamy pure crushed fruit and chopped nut centers that regularly sell for 40, at, pound
Wholesome Pompeian Bitter Sweet Chocolates f m
flvdeMart ofihe(Ijuro'Tin the large IcUerU
nim 11 sss s
ENGINEER FALLS FROM
CAB AND IS KILLED
OTTUMWA. la.. Jan. .--Oe9r Seue-
schwerdt. a Milwaukee p4Jen;er engi
neer, frll from the csto while hs engine
was crottlnR a bridge todsy and wan
Colala Conn- llrttiit' ntnl t.rlu.
LAX ATI VK BnOMO QUININE removes
the cause. There is only one "DROM'J
QUIN1NK." I.aok for the slguaturo it IC
1 W QROVli JSc. -Advertisement.
ALSO JEWKLRY-.By Expert
All Work Guaranteed
Hath lb Harney
WOMEN ON HUNGER STRIKE
General Drummond and Thirty
Otheri Sent to Jail.
BAY THEY WILL MAKE TROUBLE
I. ruder of lllotliinr ."tiif frnnrttes
't'pllK MnKlstrntr lie Will Hnvr
rienty of blrtr Work
1 llWIinV M 'llon.rjl" Mr
Drummund and thirty other militant suf-
fruffnlt... ..HI .iiAti'H Ihn nflYt fnltrtrAr.
days In Jail as the result of their de
termination to force Darid I-loyd-ucorne.
nhonrAllnr. ftf til nYinnlll.r. tn rpCAK'rt
them In tho House of Commons last ovrrji;
All the prisoners declared after they
were sentenced today that they would
start a "liunRfr strike." Tne accused
wnmnii tvpr hroucht nil at Bow street
police court before Robert Marsham.
trm nrurtiMinnrt rnmnlalned durlnrr the
hearing that the police had handled her
rouRhly when she was arrested. Bhe de
clared a patrolman had thrown her tn tho
It is now war to the knife," she told
the magistrate and continued:
Tou and Mr. I.toyd Ueorgo hve a lot
nf imnhto Hhead of you. You will have to
do the dirty work and you will have
plenty of It."
The women all refused 10 nay a unr
Instead of going; to prison.
n. fiirt noilcn court looked like a
liusy railroad station -when the uf-
fraKcttes -were arraigned.. Most or me
women had made preparations to gn to
prison. They carried boxes, bags,
blankets and fur lined ocats.
Fourteen days' Imprisonment was the
senlenco pronounced on most of the suf
fragettes brought up today at the various
police courts In London. The accused
women Included window smashers and
lotter box da,magers. as well as tho raid,
erf of the House of Commons under ths
leadership of birs. Drummond.
Some of the women who had shatteied
valuable plato glsss shop windows wer-j
committed for trial at the Old Balloy
Tho favorite nickname given to the mili
tant suffragettes In London la "Baahl
BILLj IN COMMITTEE
WASHINGTON, Jln. . The Townsend
bill to place, on tiffla retired list of the
army all union officers In the civil war
at three-fourths the pay they wero re
ceiving when mustered out will be con
sidered Uy the Itouse military affairs com
mlttre. A substitute bill by Senator San
ders was voted.down by the committee ut
Its last meeting, and the members arr
evenly divided on the Townsend bill
Krlends of the measure hope to have It
ordered favorahly reported by tho com-
It will pay you to Hake a special trip to Omaha to attend
Great Sale of the
$93,700 Stock F. H. Orcutt & Son Co.
, j (One,-thirdiof the Entire Stock of $300,000 was Our Share)
RUGS, LACE CURTAINS, DRAPERIES
AlUhn 11 J- FROM THE OROPOT STOCK -J -(
KllgS ONSALEBEOIKJ.TM0n.. JJ? CD. 0
Here are some of the Big Bargain Lots in This Sale:
$30.00 Axminster and Wilton Velvet Rugs, 9x12 size, for $15.98
Highest grade 9x12 Seamless Wilton Rugs, worth up to $50.00, at $29.98
Axminster Rugs, up to 9x12 size and worth up to $25.00, go at $12.98
Brussels Rugs, up to 9x12 Bize and worth as high as $15.00, at $7.98
Room size Brussels Rugs for hedrooms and small rooms, $8.50 values, at $4.98
27-inch and, 36-inch Axminster, Velvet and Wilton Rugs at $1.59 and $2.59
Extra large size Brussels, Wilton, Velvet and Axminster nigs sizes 10-6x12, ,11-3x12,
10-6x13-6, 11-3x15 and 12x15 at very low prices.
jlra. S. It. Sells.
. HUMBOLDT. Neb., Jan. .-(Specll
Telegram.) Mrs. S. It Kelts, aged J
years, died at noon today.' Bho as
lon January K. 1&3. in Illinois. Bhe war
married to Mr. Belts twelve years afro.
About four weeks ago she suffered a
stroke ot paralysis. She leaves hor hus
band, two children and two brothers and
one sister. -s
I lie) lo tho Situation Uce Advertising.
A Horrible llrnth
may result' from dlard lunsv Cure
coucha and Iweak. sore lungs with Pr.
King's New 'Discovery. Dec and ll.ttX
! For sale bv Beaton Drur Co AilvwtUc
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urstlon Teb. is to Aorll 87
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