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TIIK BKti: OMAHA, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER is, 1913.
FURLOUGH TOANDY HAWKINS
Governor Releases Man Who Has
Served Record Time in Prison.
Will, GO TO HIS SON IN KANSAS
Cxeentlvr Tnkea Step Ilecnuse Mnri
Una tlrpn Model Prisoner ntnl
1 Sevmtr-Twn Yenrn
(From a Stafr Correspondent.)
MNCOL-N, Nov. 17. Speclal.)-Andrw
Hawkins, convicted ot murder, who haa
served a longer sentence In the Nebraska
penitentiary than any other man therein
and who Is the oldest man In the place,
being over 72 years of age, will have the
privilege of (pending tho balance of his
years away from the shadow ot tho pent"
tentlary. Governor Morehcad having de
cided to grant him a furlough. In giving
the old man a chance to leave tho Instl
tltlon, the governor says:
I have had tho application ot Andrew
Hawkins for il nurilnn iimler rnnfttilrm.
tlon for several months. I have gonei
inrougn mo record ot his trial ana me
statements from the judge who tried the
case and others, and have, also pel son
ally visited him three times. It appcun
that he was convicted on purely clrcum
stantlal evidence, nnd while I havo no
desire to criticise the attorney who con
ducted his defense, It Is hnrrt to go
through the record of his case without
reaching tho conclusion that his case was
so tried as to protect other parties with
out much regard to what the effort on
Hawkins might be. He Is very Illiterate
and could be easily Imposed upon.
I am not going to say that ho may
not be guilty. At any rate ho Is probably
guilty of having something to d with
the murder, or at least with assisting to
conceal tho identity of the real guilty
parties. Blnce going to tho penitentiary,
he haa made a statement Involving oth
ers, but there has so much time elapsed
that coroboratlng evidence of his state
ment cannot now be secured; and at least
one of the parties named, I understand, is
Plnce he was committed to the peniten
tiary his wife died. His home is gone
and no member of his family Is left ex
cent one sou, who lives In tho state of
Kansas. The old man Is now past 72
years of age and has been in the peni
tentiary approximately fifteen years. His
son has sent tho money to pay his fare,
to his home In Kansas and offers to take
care of him for the balance of his life.
1 am not granting him a pardon, be
cause I want the record to stand so that
It anything arises making It advlsahle
to return him to the penitentiary, this
may be done; but I am granting him a
furlough and permitting him to go to
his son, where he may spend his declining
years. He has been a model prisoner
during the fifteen years he haa been In
he penitentiary, and the fact that there
In some doubt as to his guilt, leads me
to extend this consideration to him at
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Taken at Morrill;
MORRILL., Neb., Nov. 17. (Special Tele
gram.) John Thompson, the colored man
who shot and killed Walter 'Whltworth
at Mitchell yesterday morning In a ouar-
; rel over a game of cards, was captured
j this morning by T. Kelley about four
miles north ot here. Upon being taken
'by Kelley, Thompson admitted his Iden
He was at onoa brought to Morrilt and
Is being held until the sheriff can get
here. Large crowds are gathering from
Mitchell anil excitement Is running high,
and It Is feared that summary action may
bo taken and a lynching may rollow.
Morrill people are doing all they can to
keep tho crowd quiet and havo the pris
oner turned over to the proper authori
ties. TWO AGED PIONEERS OF
CUMING COUNTY DEAD
WEST POINT. Neb.. Nov. 16.-Ppcclal.)
The death of Wcnrel Ollvorlus, an aged
pioneer cltlxcn, occurred at the family
home at West Point, The deceased was
a natlvo of Bohemia and was 77 years ot
age. The cause of death was pneumonia.
He was a wteran of three wars, that
against Italy In 1S5?, against Denmark In
ISM and he participated In the conflict
with Prussia in 1&C8. He was wounded at
Solferlno and given a medal for gallant
conduct In tho campaign against Don
mark. Mr. Ollvcrius was a resident ot
Cuming county for forty-six years. Six
children and an aged wife survive him,
Frank H. Ollverius, tho oldest son, a
merchant at "West Point; Mrs. Peter
Pcatrowsky, Miss Emma, of this city;
Mrs. Julius Madjuraskl, Oottlleb. of Bur
well; Stanislaus of Albion. The body
was Interred In fit. Michael's cemetery
Sunday, requiem mass being celebrated at
St. Mary's church by Dean Rueslng.
William Frost, one of the oldest citi
zens of the county and city died at hla
homo in "West Point, at tho ago of 65
years. Ho was a native ot New York
City and arrived in West Point on August
16, 1S70, which place haa since then been
his home. He haa been engaged in many
active occupations during his long life
and died enjoying the respect and es
teem ot the townspeople at large. His
death was caused by diabetes. Ho leaves
a widow and seven children. The children
nre Miss Ituth Agee, New York City;
Mrs. Lenora DewtU, Wisnerj Mrs. Au
gusta Adam, Omaha; Mrs. Juliet Ilecker.
Hooper; William, Frazee. Minn.: Mrs.
Phoebe Wendt and Miss Ksthcr of West
GOOD ROADS BOOSTERS AT
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, Nov. 17. (Special.) Good
roads for Nebraska will recelvo careful
consideration at the mld-wlnter meeting
of organlxed agriculture.
The Nebraska Good Roads' association
has outlined a program for one of the
days' of the session. W. V. Banning of
Union la president of this organisation
and A. W. Richardson of Lincoln Is sec
retary. Particular attention will be paid to the
read-dragging operations in the state
Another subject that will be discussed Is
tho Lincoln Memorial highway.
If. B. Fredrickson of Omaha is on tho
program for an address on this subject,
Af number of other speakers will be
The Platte Valley Good Roads' arcocla
tlon haa recently como out with an ener
getic boost for the Lincoln Memorial
highway. Several other associations are
also Interested and Jhey will be repre
sented at the mld-wlnter meetings.
ROBBED OF JEWELRY
FREMONT, Neb.. Nov. 7. (Special
Telegram.) Some time yesterday after
noon between 1 and 9 p. in. the residence
of R. B. Fields, S3S North I street, was
entered by burglars. Jewelry, consisting
of diamond rings, a diamond set pin and
two watclies, worth more than J700, were
taken. Mr. Fields and family were a,way
and discovered that the house had been
ransacked for Jewelry and the police were
at once notified, about 9 o'clock. Blood
hounds were placed on the scent and fol
lowed It to the east part ot town, then
back into the business portion to the
rear ot a pool hall on Main street, where
It was lost. No doors or windows were
broken and the house was found securely
locked as It was left.
Sheriff Condlt of Fremont has notified
the Omaha police to watch for any evl
denco that will lead to a knowledge o.
the whereabouts of the thieves. The local
department believes the Job was dono
by some persons familiar with the prem
ises. Gulden AVrddlns; at O'Drll,
ODKLU Neb.. Nov. 17. (SpechU.)-Mr.
and Mrs. Jacob Bowers of Odell, Neb.,
celebrated their golden wedding annlvur
sary last Tuesday afternoon. At 1:30 ths
aged couple renewed their vows of fifty
years ago, with six of their grand-daughters
acting as bridesmaids. Rev. W R.
S. Anstlne officiated. Following the
ceremony dinner was served to fifty rela
tives. Mr. and Mrs. Bowers were married
at Sharpburr. Md.. In 183. They came
to Nebraska In 1SSS6 and have lived In
Odell since that time.
FAIRBIRA, Neb.. Nov, li--(SpeelaL)1MknowI,d,rt w, ... . ... . 'r
Nearly VO farmers from this and ad
joining counties were in attendance at
the live stock sale of .the Duroc-Jersey
High A'lew stock farm in this city at
the Smith sale pavillion. A. T. Qosley,
owner ot this farm, sold 1(0 head of fine
Duroo Jersey hogs to Jefferson county
farmers. The hogs brought excellent
prices for this season, one thoroughbred
topping the market at $60.
I'aln In llcl una Rbramallim
Torment thousands ot people dally.
Don't be ono of these sufferers when for
so little cost you can get wall rid ot the
cause. Foley Kidney Pills begin their
I good work from the very first dose. Th.v
(exert so direst an action on th, kldnev
M:d bladder that the pain and torment of
'lachaihe, rheumatism and kidney trouble
u soon dispelled. They are worthy a ,
trial, as a trial la the only sure test. They i
contain no habit forming drugs. Fori
ral by a'l Cca'crs everywhere Adyer- !
LINCOLN ALLIANCE ELECTS
Major Birkner Heads the Organiza
tion in Lincoln.
FINDS SMALLPOX IN POLK
Wilson Return from Investiga
tion, Durlnnr AVhlch He 1'nt In
Force Strict quarantine
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, Nov. 17.-(Speclnl.)-The Ger
man Alliance of IJncoln haa elected of
ficers for tho coming year an follows:
Major J. M. Birkner. president; Colonel
Phil Ackermnn. vice president; Judge
Joseph WUurg,' corresponding secretary;
Gus Bauer, recording; Henry Phloff,
treasurer; Dan Helwlg, Nicholas Regs and
R. C Schneider, trustees.
The organUatlon w a seml-polltlcal as
sociation and cuts a considerable figure
In politics when Its mtmbesr consider It
Is. tlmo to aot.
Sinnllpnx In 1'nllc.
tr. AW H. Wilson of tho State Board
of Health has reurned from Polk where
he went to Investigate reports of small
pox near that village. He discovered five
cases In ono family nnd to)k such pre
cautions to prevent Its spread as tho law
Fire Commissioner AV. S. Rldgell, who
as head of the fire preventative depart
ment of the state, has the right to ap
point five delegates to national conserva
tlon congress, which meets In AVashlngton
on November 18, 19 and 20, has named
the following: John AV. Guthrie. Alliance;
AV. A. AVobbert, Kearney; Ray Frost,
Stanton, HfA. Graff, Seward; M. Bauer,
(Nebraska City. Alternates, E. B. Gregor,
Hebron. J. C. Cleland, Friend; O. 11.
Cave, Albion; J. AV. Docker, Lexington
and AV. P. McCune, Norfolk.
Shoes for Veterans.
The State Board ot Central spent a
portion of the morning today buying shoes
for the Inmates of tKo Grand Island
soldiers' home. The contract was
awarded to Wolback A Sons and Martin
Bros. Si Co., two Grand Island companies.
DIRECTOR'S CAUSTIC LETTER
ANGERS YOUNG SCHOQLMA'AM
FAIRBURA. Neb., Nov.. 17. (Special.)
Angored becauso the director of her
school wrote her a sarcastic letter for
being late to her school on Wednesday
morning, November 12, caused Miss
Beryl Pottlnger. a pretty Jefferson
county school teacher, to run away from
her school nnd her homo without a mo
A great deal of unrest prevailed In the
Pcttlnger homo for several days, as no
trace of the missing school teacher could
be found. However, she was flnelly lo
cated at tho home of Mr. and Mrs. AV.
G, Burkhnrt, a mile north ot this city.
Miss Pottlnger came to Falrbury on tho
night of November 11 to attend the
Stegeman-Ferguson'wcddlng at the Meth
odist parsonage the following morning
and did not reach her school until late
that morning. This angered the director
of her Fchool board anil he wrote her a
letter, criticising her for being late. Miss
Pottlnger graduated fro mtho Falrbury
high fchool last May nnd Is IS years of
age. County Superintendent R, C. Har
r'ss and friends have been trying to In
duce the young woman to go back to her
school, but she fays she will not re
turn; neither will she go home. She Is
the youngest daughter ot Mr. and Mrs.
J. K, Pottlnger, Jefferson county farm
ers, living near Jansen in this county.
MICHIGAN MAN WILL
CLAIM O'CONNOR ESTATE
HASTINGS. Neb.. Nov. -(Specials-Convinced
that he Is tre son of the late
John O'Connor, who died here on August
17 Inst without known .heirs, Edward
O'Connor of Lapeer, Mich., la preparing
to make claim to the flOO.OW O'Connor
"Information that I have secured here
fits exactly with the facts known in our
family and makes me feel quite sure that
John O'Connor1 was my father," said Ed
ward O'Connor today. "My father came
west from New York state when I was
8 months old. My mother heard from him
a few months before the Hastings O'Con
nor died. She Is, coming from Lapetr
and will be here In a day or two. 1
think she will have no difficulty In prov
ing by letters, family records and photo
graphs and other evidence that the John
O'Connor who lived here was her hus
band and my father."
In his erect carriage and in certain
characteristics of his facial features, the
Mlchlran man might easily be said to
bear a strong resemblance to John O'Con
MELROY MURDER TRIAL ON
DOCKET AT BEAVER CITY
BRAVER C1TV. Nek, Nov. 17.-The No
vember term of district court convened
here today. T.he docket contains but
sixty-nine cases, and of these thero are
but few that will attract much Interest.
There are but two or three divorce cases,
and tho equity cases are of the usual
character, devoid of Interest aside from
the litigants. The one Important and all.
absorbing case is that of Gluver Melroy,
charged with murder. His trial will be
the feature of the term. The crime for
which Gluver Melroy will face a Jury
of twelve men was committed on Jul- U.
'when his father, John Melroy, was shot
and iitinunt1- ,lf,i tu i. j
and eubtrnuentlv lln,l Th. t.
. vivoii HQ
had been "acting mean." Considerable
sympathy has been shown for Oluver,
who has been confined for the last six
months In county jail.
ite from tlratrlee,
BEATRICE, Neb., Nov, ll-(6peclal.-lr.
Mary Wonder, a residence of the
Hlue Springs since UU. died Baturday
after on illness of a few days, aged 87
ears. Funeral services were held to
day from the Methodist church at Blue
The Burlington Railroad company Sat
urday sent a draft to County Treasurer
Uevclone for K..!7 as payment for the
company's taxes in Qago county for the
ear Th towns which will get ti
rl nre ' ,nl um nre Beatrice. l. fK7.Sl; j
n"re, JS.710.W; Odeil, JS; Fllley, JM.CT, !
nlue Springs, tttOGI, Adams. 1174.5!. !
Tne Reatrire Electrk company s plant
wa hu down Sunrtm for makins som-
pecenary rt;a'rs on Its line The com-,
pany Saturday received 10,000 feet ot No.
4 wire with which to rebuild tho line,
Mike Kruoger. the Cortland farmer
who was killed Saturday by falling from
a wagon east of Cortland, was one of
the wealthiest farmers In the county. He
owned 1,600 acre of well Improved land.
Kopf Are Indicted
ACBURN. Nek, Nov. 17.-(Speclal.)-The
grand Jury rvturned some ten Indict
ments Saturday and adjourned to meet
tomorrow. Fuller Shellenberger and Jo
seph Kopf were Indicted for the, mtitW
of Julian Bahaud on Juno Jfi, Tho
trial of Shellenberger haa been rel for
November 24. Tho other Indictments am
supposed to be for gambling and liquor
selling, but who have been presented nnd
for what offense will not bo known until
the offender Is apprehended. Tho petit
Jury, which was to meet on tho IStli,
has been notified not to appear until
Tmto Tnlile llork Plnneor Dead.
TABLE ROCK, Nek, Nov. 17.-(Spcc)al.)
Henry H. Eastwood, ono of tho early
pioneers of this county, who recently
passed away at his home on Mission
creel:, camo to Fawneo county In 1S7S.
Ho leaves an aged wife, seven sons and
one daughter, and two sisters, Mrs. 8. J.
Sawtell and Mrs. Ann Mnrtln ot Pawnee
City. Rev. 8. R. Jamison ot Pawnee City
preached the funoral sermon nnd tho In
terment was In the Mission Creek ceme
tery. Gottiolb Frank of Table Rock diet at
tho residence of his daughter, Mrs. Louisa
Burrow, In Table Rock Saturday evening.
He had been 111 about a month, the re
sult of a stroke of paralysis at the time
ho was taken III. Ha was S6 years old
and was born In Germany, coming to
this country many years ngo. Ho took
a homestead some six or soven miles
northeast of Table Rock In 1M4. where he
resided until the death of his wife some
twenty years Blnce. He leaves two chil
dren, AV. A. Frank, who resides near
the old home, and Mrs IxMilna Burrow of
this place. Funeral services will be held
Tuesday at the residence of his daughter.
Former Fnlrbnrj- Mmi Injured.
FAIRBURA. Neb.. Nov. 17.-(Spcclal.)-Byron
K. Davis, formerly roundhouse
foreman for tho Rock Island at this
point for sever' years, sustained a
serious Injury nt Peru, Ind the first of
last week while employed In a similar
capacity by the AVabash railroad. Mr.
Davis had his right arm taken off at the
shouldorblade and hie sldo Crushed In
somo neavy machinery In the shops.
After Country's Way
The Italian colony ot Omnha Sunday
afternoon and evening enjoyed a most
unique and unusual ceremony at Colum
bia hall, Twenty-second and Pierce
streets. The celebration was In honor of
the engagement ot tw-o prominent young
people ot the Italian colony. It was the
Slcllllan-Itallan ceremony and was car
ried out according to tha old traditions
and customs of that far-away country
Bernard Carvello and Angelo Tedesco
ore the happy two, and Mr. Carvello
presented bis futuro bride with a diamond
necklace, gold bracelets, set with dlu
monds and a beautiful rolltalro diamond
engagemonte ring. Miss Angolo Ttdcsco la
the eldest daughter of Joseph Tedesco, a
prominent merchant. Many prominent
Italians were present at the ceremonies,
among whom were Joseph ffalreno, Sa
bastlan Salrcno, Jasper' Clni; Samuel
Mancuso and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Ferra
of Council Bluffs.
The hall was most beautifully and at
tractively decorated in honor of tho oc
casion. A supper was served to about
1,000 guests, the refreshments being al
most all Imported from Italy and Sicily,
and an Italian orchestra played patriotic
Italian and American airs.. Large pic
tures of Christopher Columbus, Oara
baldl, AVashlngton, IJncoln, Grant and
the Iato Rdward Roscwater decorated
the room, together with American nnd
Attorney Jnllus 8. Cooley delivered a
speech on "Tho Italian as an American
Citizen," and paid a beautiful tribute to
the Italian-American citizens. Judge
Cooley spoke of Mayor James. C Dahl
man and hla many kindnesses and the
big things he had done for the Italian,
Americans In Omaha and Douglas county,
He also referred to County Attomey Mag-'
uey and Judge English in the same way.
Lauren O.Scott Has
Good Hunt in Arizona
Lauren O. Scott has Just returned from
a two weeks' hunting trip to Uowle, Avis ,
where, according to Scott, every Imagin
able ktn'd of bird and beast make tholr
romes In the mountains waiting for
mighty hunters of the north.
Scott reports that quail, rabbits and
other small game cun be knocked down
and killed with a club. Deer abound In
the mountains, as do eagles and other
wild birds. Kcott shot one eagle that
measured six feet from tip to tip.
It has only been recently that gamu
laws wero passed for the mountain
regions around Bowie, and since then
hunters from all parts of the globe havo
assembled to hunt. Around Bowie Scott
met several other people from Omaha.
The game law allows two deer to one
huntsman, and Bcott says It is an nwful
temptation, because It Is generally an
easy matter to run more than two deer
front cover. But the laws are filrly
strict and are so well enforced that few
men shoot more than the allotted llm't.
A.T.Klopp Buys Lew
Raber Printing Shop
A. T. Klopp and son, Walter, have taken
over the lw Raberv printing shop In the
Bee building. The deal was completed
yesterday, and Mr. Klopp and Ms son
will assume active management of the
concern at once,
Mr. Klopp is one of the oldest estab
lished printers In Omaha, having been
actively engafred In that pursuit I?'.ill7
for over thirty jeare.
tint an Anrful Frl!u
bv fear of appendicitis Take V
Now Life l'illa and soon see luwel
trouble van'sl. G'.a'a-1 ed iV K-r sale
by yo'jr drJt'Elat Ad erttnt ' i
to. Address Omaha
Secretary of tho Navy Josephus Daniels
Is scheduled to arrive In Omaha over tho
Burlington at S o'clock this morning.
Ho Is to he met at the station by a Cbin
mlttee of . who will rush him to the
Omaha club for breakfast at 8:30. The
committee to meet him at the train con
sists of Harvey Newbranch. Herbert Dan
iel, D. U. PnlterAn, Lieutenant AV. AV.
Lorshbough, V. S. N.; AV. F. Baxter and
Henry C. Richmond. At the breakfast
theeo will bo Joined by three other com-mltteemen-Georgo
H. Kelly, C. U. Yost
and II. AV. Yates.
H. AV. Yates la to preside at the public
affairs luncheon at the Commercial club
nt noon, where Sccrotnry Daniels Is to
speak. Governor John 11. Morchcnd Is to
be a guest at the speakers' table. Ho Is
to address the Omaha manufacturers In
the cvenlmc nnd Is to come early enough
to participate In tho public affnlrs lunch
eon of tho Commercial club to hear Sec
The secretary nrrlvos here from Chicago
on tho Burlington. At 4:15 In tho after
noon ho Is to leave for Lincoln, whom
ho Is to spenk In the evening. From
there he goes to KnnsaB City, where he
Is to deliver an nddress before the Cham
ber of Commerce In the evening.
NEW ELECTRIC WIRE
RULES ARE PREPARED
M. J. Currati, city electrician, Is pre
paring a new set of regulation for elec
trical wiring In homes and office build
ings, the same to bo put Into effect as
soon as they can be made to conform
with tho underwriters' code, which was
Issued a few days ago.
One ot tho requirements, it Is under
stood, will be tho forcing of homo owners
who nre wiring their houses to constrict
conduits, tho expense of wiring being
greatly Increased thereby.
Mr. Curran said:
"TKo changes will not be radical.! I
will have the new codo ready for submis
sion to tho city council within two weeks,
and will tell you tho new provisions
Property owners who .have appeared be
fore city commissioners privately to pro-
KLOPP PRINTING COMPANY
NO. S BEE BUILDING
NOW PREPARED TO DO ALL KINDS OF
Printing. Lithographing. Blank Books, Stationery, Steel
Die Printing, Filing Devices, Office Furniture '
and all kinds of Office Supplies
Hnvlnu been in tlio prlnthiR business In Omaha for tho pnt thirty yearn, tho public generally I well
ncqunlnUMl with tho rhnrnctci- of work turned ofat in my office and in consequence of tho satlafactloa al
ivnya given nnd Riiurnntccil w earnestly soloiit your oraUBHci! palroMKC.
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I SBWBBsssssssssssssssWfflBBssasBaMBBaw Omab.3t ITcbr, jB
test against the nw rulings, even before
they hae been put In shape by the rit
electrician, say If they are forced to com
ply with the new code Insurance ratea
should be materially reduced.
Many Scottish Rite
Masons Gather for
Their Big Reunion
AVIlh between JOO anil 0X members pres
ent, the scml-annunt reunion of the Scot
tish rite Mason opened yesterday at
tho Masonic temple. Sixteenth and Capllol
nvenuc. The reunion wilt extend nTcr
the next four days, ending Thursday
night with a banquet.
Scottish Rlto Masons nre here from all
parts of Nebraska and visitors nre also
here from neighboring stales. A class
of 101 candidates will tnke the degrees,
ranging from the fourth to tho thirty-second.
This will probably be the last reunion
of the Scottish Rlte Masons In the Ma-
fonle temple, the new homo nt Twen
tieth and Douglas streets being almost
completed, and the March reunion will l e
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Are you keeping your bowels clean
with Cascarets or merely dosing your
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JUDGES WILL NOT TRY
PROPOSED NEW PLAN
Judges of the dlstrlrt .iurt hae de
rided against a proposed plan to put all
cases on one "call," to be tried as they
might be assigned to the various courts,
without regurd to whether they were
equltv or Jury cases. The present system,
under which' two Judges handle alt equity
cases, will be continued. Tho proposed
plan Involved the placing of equity cases
on ono docket under the direction of tho
WOMEN OF EPISCOPAL
CHURCH MEET AT BLAIR
The semi-annual meeting of the Ne
braska Woman's auxiliary of the Epis
copal church was held Saturday at Blair.
Mrs, Fhlllp Potter, president ot the so
ciety; Mrs. Arthur L. AA'lIllams and
thirty-five other Omaha women left earjy
In the morning nnd returned that even
ing. Reports were read by the chairmen
of tho committees nnd work for the win
Persistent Advertising Is the Road to
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nnd fermenting food and foul goats; tak
the excess bile from the liver and carry;
oft the constipated waste matter and
poison from the bowels.
A Cascaret tonight straightens you out
by morning a 10-cent box keeps your
head clear, stomaeh sweet, ltver and
bowels regular and you feel bully fefl
months. Don't fontet the children.
"ANY DRUG STORE
00 CENT BOXES
5 BEE BUILDING
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