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FLAG JAY EDICT
Jane Fourteenth Specified by Chief
Executive as Time for Honor
ing Star and Stripes.
CALLED TO SCHOOLS' ATTENTION
(Trom a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN. June I.-8peclal.)-June 11
hss been designated as Flag day by the
governor of Nebraska. It being the ir,1th
anniversary of the birth of the nation's
emblem, and that the day may be fit
tingly celebrated Governor Morehead has
kwued the following proclamation:
The. observance of Flag day is belnff
Bore and more recognised as the years
pass. U Is of especial interest to the
children and youth of our land, and af
fords nn opportunity to Impress on the
liiinda of all the significance of our ban
ner. The atara act In the field of blue keep
fresh In th mind the union o' states in
the formation of the republic, and its
thirteen stripes recall the heroism of our
forefathers and mothers in their effort
to establish the government under whl h
we have lived and prospered.
I. therefore, as governor of the state.
Urge that Monday, the 14th day of June,
of the present year, be et apart as Flse
ciav. and ask that the flan be dlsplave
Itom the state cspltol nulldintr. school
louses and various state institutions
throughout the commonwealth rind bv
(itlsens at their homes and olmes or
business; that flag drills he "omluctcd bv
th school where convenient, ami that
a general display of the flag be seen
everywhere, that a wholesome and genu
ine respect for vr and obedience to or
rr be cultivated In the noarta of our
i itlsenship. . . . ...
There is no more healthful sign of the
perpetuation of the repuhltc and its In
stitutions than the fact that the people
of thli country, of all clneses, whether
native or foreign brrn, honor the flng
find put their lives and procrtv in Jeop
tirdv for its deTense.
"The 8tar-Spaiigled lianner.
Long may it wave.
0r the land of the free
And the home of the brave.
Editors to Meet at
Long Pine Saturday
tDNO FINH. Neb., June 2.-(fpecial.)
The annual meeting of the Elkl.orn Val
lcy Kdltorlal asaoclation will be held here
Saturday afternoon, June S. The address
of welcome will be by H. M. Cnlbertson
and the response by President George A.
Mile of O'Neill. Papers will be read by
Ke.i A. Brewster of Chadron, A. H. Beck
ham of Pierce, E. I Howell of Wood
Lake. Chartee H. Brady of Oakdale, W.
U Kirk of Bpeneer. S. W, Kelloy of
Atkinson and, W. 8. Barker of Valentine.
In the evening the editors will be the
guests of the Long Pine Commercial dub
at a banquet.
And Business Men
All Pull Together
(From a Waff Correspondent.)
FF.ATR1CK, Neb.. June 2 .-(Hrerial.l
Few cities In the Vnited Jtates of the
sixe of Beatrice have a prettier or more
up-to-date athletic park. t
Thla fair little city on the Hlua is
up to date in every way and going fur
ward at a pace that will astonish the
With three railroads running through
the city, with some of the finest resi
dences to be found In the stste, with
several excellent store buildings that
would be a credit even to the metropoli
tan city or the capital city, with all of
Its buslnes streets paved and many of
them extending out into the residence
portion for many blocks. Beatrice may
well be listed as an Ideal city.
Its park Isj a beautiful sight at this
time of year. Nestled on the side of a
hill which has been cut down and filled
in on one side, a reta
ment holds the lower portlo
and extends six feet or more above the
ground, almost entirely surrounding the
beautiful place. A grandstand and pretty
grass-covered diamond at one end, with
the nldrs of the park covered with green
grass .ind fhrubhery completes the pic
ture. The park was presented to the
city school district by r. V. Cook, the
! Kllnatrick brother R .1 I) S V. H.
and J. M., and J. 3. Collins of. New
York. The first fixe are among the most
Influential men of the city, and it Is
twid that the park represents an ex
penditure of nearly IK'.uno.
Beatrice has a commercial c!ub that
will take rank with any In tue state. A
luncheon is held every week on Tuesday,
and the business men of the city gather
there at that time and after joining In
a social time go in a bodv to some busi
ness house and Inspect it. They are
keeping closely In touch with each other
for the good of the city as a whole.
Patterson of Harlan
Is Bank Examiner
(From a Staff Correspondent.
LINCOLN, June i.-fppeclsl I Kvldence
being Shown to the governor by the State
Banking board, of which he is a member,
that the rk of examination was run
ning behind. Governor Morehead today
appointed p. M. Patterson of Harlsn
eountv as bank examiner, being the ninth
on t.e list.
No examiner had been appointed to tAkS
the rlare made vacant by E. U. Mul'.oa
ney, who resigned to accept the office of
casMcr of the City National of Unjoin.
The number of examiners remain the
Mf.. Patterson represented Harlan
county in the last legis'sture and Is a
cousin of 8am Patterson, recently ap
pointed auditor for the I'nlted Pistes
treasury. He was born In Cass county,
but liaa been engaged In the banking
btiMness In Alma the last few jesra. He
GENERAL MORITZ VON
A us tro-Hungarian minis
ter of ; war, who com
manded' an army early in
the war,', has been arrested
in Vienna, according to
late dispatches received.
oruo'nhe0;! Warrant Clerk Busy
raying State's Money
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, June 1. (Special. I That the
warrant clerk In the office of tSate Aud
itor Smith has bfen earning her princely
Snlarv during the month of May Is evi
denced by the number of warrants Issued
by that denartment. As shown bv the
auditor's report 4.O0T of the little Joy slips
were written out. The totsl amount of
these warrants amounted to I4.'.:7M, or
about llli to the warrant.
Would Make Clean
HABTTNG8, Neb.. June 2. (Special
Telegram) Aa a result of Mayor Mad
getfa enforcement of the Sunday flos
Ing law against barber shops and the
conviction of two clothing dealers for
running their stores on the Sababth, pe
titlona wero in circulation today for the
closing of garages and cigar, drug and
. candy atoreo on Sunday.
LEXINGTON MAN HEADS
WESTERN BAR ASSOCIATION
LEXINGTON, June 2. (Special Tele
gram.) The following officers were
elected at the meeting of the Western
bar association thla morning: E. A.
Cook of Lexington, president; J. J. Hal
ligan of North Platte, flrat vice presi
dent; Fred Wright of Scott Bluffs, sec
ond vice president; J. V. Romlgh of
Gothenburg, aecrctary;- P. It. Halllgan
of North Platte, treasurer. The next an
nual meeting will be held at North
I'latte. Judge Hostetler of the twelfth
district. Judge Westover ot the sixteenth
district and Judge Perry of the four
teenth district were voted In as honorary
members; also 8enator Wm. V. Allen.
Senator Allen gave an address on "Judi
cial Reforms, and Reformers."
TO THE GRAND MASTER
HASTINGS, Neb., June 2. (SpecUl
Telegram.) Members of the A. O. U. W.
from Carleton, Grand Island. Glenvllle.
Hansen, Ayr and Holdrege and the local
lodge last night tendered a compliment
ary banquet to Grand Master F. A. An
derson of Holdrege. More than one hun
dred were present.
i , -
Newe Note of (ieweva.
GENEVA. Neb., June . (Special) Win
F. Flory, cashier of the Ft. Edward First
National bank, with his family, came
yesterday evening to visit his parent
Mr. and Mrs. V. M. Flory. W. F. Flory
gooe to Omaha and from there to Cali
fornia. Charles Allen, a veteran of the civil
war, is very ill at tho present time
At tho alumni hano.net lust Saturday
night the following officers were elected
for the ensuing year: President. Albert
Held; vice president. Ixra Bolton; sec
Tetary, Grace Hadeel; treasurer, Koacoe
Deha Speaks at Ravenna.
RAVENNA. Neb., Jure .- Special.)
F.ugene V. Debs, socialist, addressed an
audience of several hut dr d people at
the base ball park ye.Hi rd;iy afternoon.
The -event had lie?n frrely advertised,
but coming right aft-r leeorat;on Day
the crowd waa not at all that had been
hoped for. At the conclusion of the
speech a game of hall was played be
tween Ravenna and Ashley, the result
beln a victory for Ravenna, to 3.
Ptephena geaka at llnnprr.
FREMONT. Neb., June 2. i Rne-ial.)
Congressman Dan V. Stephens waa the
principal speaker at the Memorial day
exercises at Hooper Monday. The i pera
house waa filled and many acre turned
awajr for lack of room.
Presented at Kearney
State Normal School
KEARNEY, Neb., June 2.- Special.)
The commencement events of the State
Normal school In this city closed this
morning. The address to the class was
by Senator George W. Norrls and
diplomas were presented to the class of
100 seniors by President George S. Dick.
Sunday the clacs sermon was delivered
by Rev. Titus Lowe, oastor of the First
Methodist church of Omaha, the normal
orchestra of sixteen pieces snd a choir
of forty voices furnishing the musical
numbers. Tuesday evening the senior
banquet was held at the normal school
dormitory, to which the alumni of the
school and a number of Invited guests
were present. In the evening a public
reception was given In the normal school
main building, which was largely at
tended by the citizens of Kearney, a Urge
number of alumni and the entire student
June 7 the school opens Its summer
term, with prospects for a very large enrollment.
BALANCE IN TREASURY
GREATER THAN PREVIOUSLY
LEGISLATORS GUESTS OF
BEATRICE BUSINESS MEN
BEATRICE, Neb.. June -(Special)
The Gage county delegation In the last
legislative session. Senator A. t. Spen
cer and Representatives D. 8. Dalbey, G.
W. Steinmeyer and T. E. Oonley, were
guests at the Commercial club luncheon
Tuesday. E. M. Marvin presided as
toastmaster. The speakers were P. A.
Barrow. Lincoln correspondent for the
Omaha Bee; Superintendent W. S. Fast
of the feeble minded institute; T. ' E.
Conley and E. P. Mumford, private aec1
retary to uovernor .Mooreneaa, wno rep
resented the chief executive at the lunch
eon. Mr. Barrows spoke of the good
work of the Gage county delegation and
Superintendent Fast stated that through
the efforts of the Gage county represen
tatives appropriations for a number of
Improvements at the institution had been
secured. G. W. Htelnmeyer sen word
that ho was unable to he present.
GOOD ROADS ASSOCIATION
IS FORMED AT TECUMSEH
TECUMREIT, Neb.. Jui.e l-(SDeclal.)-The
Johnson County Good Road asso
ciation was organized in this city Mon
day evening, at an enthusiastic meeting
of farmers and business men, - following
lunch at the Tecumseh Commercial club.
C. V. Douglas was namrd as presi
dent; P. S. Nestor as vlrt president and
J. C. Moore as secretary-treasurer. The
rpeakera of the evening were Mr. Moore,
(Frank Liphardt and Hon. D. S. Dalby
of Beatrice, president of the Nebraska
Good Roads association. The county or
ganization will be by d it-1 rids
NEW LIGHT COMMISSIONER
APPOINTED IN FREMONT
FREMONT. Neb., June 2. i8pe.isl.)
L. N. Jenkins, formerly with the Omaha
Light and Power company, lias been
named to succeed L D. Wright, light nrtd
water commissioner of Fremont, who re
signed. Mr. Wright, who has been in
charge of the Fremont plant for eight
years, will go to Chicago, where he will
enter the employ of a large engineering
company as consulting engineer.
AFTER STATE CONVENTION
"Frm a Staff Oorreapflndotil.1
LINCOLN. June 1 -(Special 1-1 he bal
ance In the state treasury for the montli
eliding May 31 Is ICIIO.CT greater than
at the close of business the month previ
ous, uccording to the monthly recoil of
State Treasurer Hall given out tills
morning, the balance the pie1 ions mon'li
being U.lM.IT.S ahd the lust tl.1'a.M';.V,
The receipts for May were $fiK.7lS.12 nud
the payments SDIS.KtR.K). The money Is
shown to be Invested as follows:
Caul! on band 12.11 1
Cash on deposit 90O,:fJ.4f,
u petal fund war-
lltit he-Id as cash.. lX.iJS 81
rem as cash !,sia.i.t
Normal . school war
rants held as cash.. M M7.a ll,l(.T.W
Tltl'ST FI NDS INVESTED.
sity fund 22S.!3.no
endowment fund... 669,-(M.0u
Bonds on hand total
OLDEST NOTARY ASKS TO
CONTINUE IN OFFICE
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LtNCOLN. June J.-fSpeelaU-D, C.
Cole has written the secretary of state
asking for a blank that he may secure
the necessary freeholders In order to be
commislsoned aa . notary public. Mr.
Cole was first commissioned by Governor
Alvln Saunders in lfW when the state
waa a territory and has continued aa a
notary, public ever since., having been
commissioned elghf times. He desires
to continue as long as he Is alive and
hold the record in the notary public race
Antomoblle Rsrsed at Ravenna.
RAVENNA. Neb.. June Special.) -Earl
Ptandage, a farmer Jiving south of
Ravenna, loat a Ford ear by fire under
unusual circumstances. He wsa on the
road' home from' Ravenna last evening
and ran over a pile of straw lying in the
road. The atraw rolled up under the car.
cauttrt fire, and soon the gasoline began
to leak. The result was totsl destrrrtlon
of the car. It has been used but a, few
TURKEY DAY PUT
Referendum of Missouri Vallf y Con
ference Schools Reinstates
IN EFFECT HERE IN YEAR 1916
LINCOLN. Neh.. June 1 tSpeilal Tele
gram. i Foot ball rames In the Missouri
Valley conference will be permltt.-d on
Thanksgiving day. It was announced t"-
day by Chancellor Avery, who made pul
h- the result of a referendum taken
anions: the members of the conference.
The rule prohibiting tho playing of "tur
key day" games was rescinded by a vote
of 5 to .
Nebraska. Ames, Drake, the Kansas
Aggies and Missouri voted In favor of
receding from the rule, while Kataa and
Washington opposed It. The two schools
voting against It tuok the ground that the
action could not be legal except at a
regular conference meeting.
Cnanoellor Avery said he had little
douht aa to the legality of the referendum
and the situation resolved Itself Into
those evhools desiring "turkey day"
gamea plnylr.g them, while those who did
not would not change the present pollry.
Nebraska will not have a turkey day"
game next year, because Btlehm has al
ready ci mpletcd the hedule, hut in 1!U0
It Is likely the Cornhuskers will return
to the eld eystem.
Given Salary Raise
(From a Staff Correspondent.!
LINCOLN. Jinix '.'.-(Sp.ciiil - P.i.i
master Francis Biown has been notified
by the postmsster general thst beginning
July 1 lila salary will he increased Il.
This is caused hy the Increase In husl
ness at the I.lmoln pustolfice which
amounted to tS7,tfn over thst of the pre
vious fiscal year. ThN will make the
pay of the IJncoln office an even M.'Hli!
Fremont I'eaplr to larr.
CHICAGO. June 2. (Special Telegiam.l
- l.uclus R. Hammond and Ml Oertrmle
Robinson, hotli of hrcmont. Neii , were
licensed to marry here this afternoon.
list), on s i iinri:i" of iitlin;.' two i (.f was given: Music hy Johnson's or'hes-
i.utl.- wnii h wire lii.v ( f , . i , i ljiniiy tin- souk Ik iiiIci umirtrt; 'The Suni-
tn inmpHiu nli ottvi-'. w.ii cciiuneiiceil mens." Murllui Smith: "Response." Rii-
h re t,.;i. y .n -i iIoiiikc of vrinio from SMI Lltolbcrg; "Testlmonv.'' Ulljo Mnd.
In question; ocnl solo, Enill Olson; rending, lva
worn Ktoiqw. at Molq.h;i' ami iiiiiin.'.l ti
tho ptnpcr o nr'-s.
Makeover: dims song, iins of IT.;
"When Dienins Pnnio True," Emm
Wenteniua and Myrtle Ileckman. A class
llumnl Hi' i .il..n mi ( riii Oiiirj . of twi nty-six graduate! was admitted t i
STHOMSHCltn. Neh, Juno J -Spo- membership. The following officers wer"
ciiil 1 The alumni ro. rptlon for the cbi-w ! re-elected: 11. A. Roostrom, president;
of 1!'I5 of the Stmmshurg llitth school Mies Mnrgnret TVickiey, vice president.
was held Tue-. lav owning In tho S.-ott'snd Mrs. W. Fred Johnson, serretary
bin II. at whit h the following program ! and tienwncr.
STREET RAILWAY PROBLEM
PUT UP TO COMMISSION
(From a. Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN. June 2. (Special.) The
state railway .commission spent the time
today listening to evidence, in connection
with the application of business men of
East O street in Lincoln for the exten
sion of the street "car line from where H
turns Vest on M lo'o' street" direct down
This has been one of- the great prob
lems of the street car service In Lincoln
and it will he up to the i commission to
settle It one way or another.
The Bee Want Ada Are Beat Business
Boosters, , ' '
' Sehwyler Votes Rehnol Ron As.
BOHL'VLBR, Neb.. June i (Special
Telegram) School bonds carried, 2! for
and 1U against.
FAIRHL'BY, Net.,.June 2. (8pe ial
The preliminary hearing tof " Roy. Barnes
was held yesterdsy before 'Judge L. J.
Nutzman. Ho was' represented by e
Adjutant General 'John C. Hartlgnn. who
pleaded -not guilty for him. County At
torney Rain had preferred a charge of
assault to Kill against him and Ik. waa
bound over to district court by Judge L.
J. Nutxman. 'who. fixed hla bail at tl.ooo,
which waa furnished by his father, W.
H. Barnes.,'clty ,att6rney and prominent
lawyer. Barnes shot Ernest E. McLane,
ex-clty policeman: . '
Miss Vgunle. 1-eopold, a graduate of
the Faliiniry High school In the class
of 191.V won a prize In . the shape of a
boiiqurt of American Beauty rosos for
having graduated In' the cheapest gown.
Miss Leopold bought the material for
her dress at ta bargain sale for VM. It
vns made hy her mother. The prise waa
offered by the faculty: of the high school.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred McKean and Ihll
dten leave for Long Beach. "Cal., tomor
row in the hopes of benefiting their
children's heslth. .
A TRUNK or a BAG Which?
Th trunks wo hto offering In our wook-rtid snle have been sold
In the host stores pvery whore up to $10. They contain one tray with
two compnrtim'nts. The outside Is steel covered, and the trunks are
well trimmed with heavy hard ware and have two large CjC
leather straps. While they litxt. Mzos "2, :!4 and 3(5 JOef O
From our best stock of small liiRKnge we have, taken an assortment
of In. IB and 1H Inch, all leather hand Imss, leather lined, with rrkp''
on one side and corner hand sewed. Originally sold for tfC f
up to $10. While they last, each ipOsUl
FRELING & STEINLE iso'VarnVtt
fb , , , v-ir .-. -fc. aw mi i ' - r
Save the Coupons
"'. U.. WW.
Phon Dourl 1889 n(l hv m can nt horn.
LUXUS MERCANTILE COMPANY, Distributors
FREMONT. Neh.. June 2. iflpeclsl.l
Miss Iness Stewart of Wslthlll and Al
bert H. Fallers of Sioux City were msr
rled here yesterusy by Rev. Nathaniel
McOlffln, pastor of the First rrenyterln
VACATIONISTS, HERE IS YOUR CHAI8CE SAVE f'ONEY
Can you Imagine such a ream's? Wo are miinufncturera and sell
direct to you no middleman' n prfiflls. (lur wholeMHle department Is over
stocked Ve are cutting prices on nil trunks (except wardrobe) and trav
eling goods. Take inlvitiitaKc of our (irent Jitney Plan.
HI. UK IH llli; I'LAN HKAU.
FREMONT. Neb., June 5. (Special.)
Feter Vogltanc, father of J. F. Vog'tanc,
superintendent of the Colfax county
schools, died st his home, four mllea
northwest of Dodge. He waa 74 vears
ol age and for thirty-four years had re
sided on the same farm.
Bee Want Ads Produce Resulta
Referendum In Dakota.
riKRKE. 8. D.. June J (Special Tele
gram.) A petition which had been elrcu
Itaed by lawyers waa filed with the sec.
retary of state today to carry to the
people for a referendum vote the law
passed laat winter which allows a flve
slxths jury verdict In civil cases In this
B X " Pet Week
' jj ' '
Taotory Prloe gs.eo
Bale Prloe (6.VS
rirst Week . . .05
Second Week.. 1.00
Third Weak . . 8 00
Fourth Week , 8.95
Fifth Weak ... .78
raotorjr Prloe S9.50
Sale Pries $7.75
First Wesk ... .05
Second Wesk . 1.00
Third Week ... 9.00
ronrth Weak . . 3.00
Fifth Weak .... 1.70
TOTAL . ... S7.75
Then we deliver
the new trunk.
It Will Relieve lla-Vnche.
Apply Sloan's Liniment to your bark,
Pain gone almost instantly. Imn't rub,
it penetrates; 25c. All drugglsts.-Adver-tlsement.
Woman (ilrra l.lfe (lenience.
UrKKO(lX, Mli h., .ine 2. .Mrs. Al
bert Steele, foind guilty of murdering
her 11-yesr-old stepdaughter, todav waa
rentenced to life Imprisonment In the De
troit house of correction. The child wsa
st!ngled to death.
gonnenaeheln Trial Healne.
PIERRE. B. D.. June (Special Tele
gram) The trial of Herman Ponnen
acheln, a prominent Stanley county stoi It-
A Good Breakfast
Means a running start toward the day's work.
Then we deliver
the new trunk.
BTAKT AT EITHER EITD OF X.I1TE OF FIOURHH
AMD PAT EACH WEEK. TOU WOH'T KISS THE
OUR WARDROBE TRUNK LINE
Cannot he equaled. They are not Included In the cut
price sale, hut arc h ilea test Valuea In the west.
lo not fall to hi - ii
Excello WsrdrcUj nl:s, fl5( 5-year rnarantee
OMAHA audflK FACTORY
1309 FABKAM ST.
'"'"'':.' SO. omaha. wtB. tn ; v"
loat Mrxl ci n and Hmiltarr Hrfwery In the West.
loat Madera and Hmiltarr Hifwery In the West.
Family tiatlo supplied by: Kutli Omiiha WM. JKTTKIt, 2502 N
Street; Telcphono Notilli HiUt. Omuha IlltiO V. IIILZ, t:i24 Uoujilas
Street; l'lione Doiiulaa .10 It). Council llluffs OLD AUK UAU. 1312 (ioutli
i hixtb Ktreet; I'liooo 3(121.
HAPTINOS. Neh.. June :.-(Spe'lal
Telegram.) Hast'ngs drugiflsts have or
I ganlxed to make an effort to land the
I liig state convention of drurgists at the
state meeting In Omaha next week. Sec
retary Hlake nf the chamber of i om
merce will afcompany the delegates to
GOVERNOR WILL DELIVER
1" Commissioner amea.
HASTINGS. Neb1., June S.-SpeciaI)-AttoriKy
IJamfi K. Addle of Hastings
bss beri appointed a t'nlted States eoin-mis.-loner
for th district of Nebraska.
Mr. Addle in a member of the law firm
of Kagan ft Addle.
The Beat Medicine Cr I onS.
The first dose of Dr. King's New Dis
covery heir s your cough, soothes throat.
iet a bottle today; .Vic. All druggists-
(Fmm a fitsfi Correspondent I
LINCOLN. June ( Special. (io er
nor and Mrs. Morehead left this after
noon for Peru where the executive fill
deliver the commencement day address
at the Tcru Normal s.iiool.
Koreet Fires .Near Dnlnta.
tliJ'TH, Minn., June ? Two forest
flies sre reported ti be laslna In timber
j northesst of Two Marhors, twenty-eight
nines rrom I'uiiitn. The names after
binning two davs In the sniei timber
got beyond control and help has beta
It contains the rich elements
from Wheat and Barley in form
for easy digestion; and so quick
ly absorbed that it makes itself
felt in body and brain.
"There's a Reason"
A Fbyslolaa on Food.
A physician of Portland, Oregon
views anout rood. He Bays:
"I have always believed that the dutv
of the nhviii'luji does nnl rusi will
treating the Kick, hut that we owe It to
humanity to teach thein. how to protect
their health especially by hygienic and
"With such a feeling as to my duty I
take great pleasure In saying to the pub
lic that In my own experience and alao
from personal observation I have found
no food to equal drape-Nuts and that I
find there is almost no limit to the great
benefit this food will tiling when used In
all esses of sickness and convalescence.
"Tt Is my experience that no physical
condition forbids the use of tlrape-Nuts.
To persons In health there is nothing so
nourishing and acceptable to the stomach
especially at breakfast to start tin
machinery of the human system on the
day's work. In cases of indigestion I
know that a complete breakfast can h"
made of lrape-Nuta and cream and I
think It la necessary not to overload the
stomach at the morning meal. I also
know the great value of Orape-Nutt.
when the stomach Is too weak to digest
"Thla Is written after an exrtf-rleiue of
more than 20 years treating all manner
of chronic and acute disrates, and the
letter is written voluntarily on my part
without any request for It " Namo
given by Postum Co., Battle Creak. Mich
Look In pkgs. for the famous little
book. "The Kod to Wellvllle."
Try One Can Anyway and See!
Take the Coffee from Your Grocer on Trial
211- Cn" Papon's lf
"ID. Gas Roasted eOUC
Better than any 30c Coffee
Equal to many 33a to 40c
Gas Roasted means quickly roasted direct in the flame
like popcorn. The strength and most of the aroma are
saved by our quicker method.
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