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THE BEE: OMAHA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1916.
Cut Out Meats ,
If Kidneys Are
Uric Acid in meat excites Kidneys
md Irritates the
Noted Authority says we must flush
Kidneys with baits it
We are a nation of meat eaters and
our blood is filled with uric acid, says
a well-known authority, who warns
us to be constantly on guard against
kidney trouble. ,
The kidneys do their utmost to free
the blood of this irritating acid, but
become weak from the overwork;
they get sluggish; the eliminative tis
sues clog ana thus tne waste is re
tained in the blood to poison the en
When your kidneys ache and feel
like lumps of lead, and you have sting
ing pains in the back or the urine is
cloudy, tull ot sediment, or the blad
der is irritable, obliging you to seek
relief during the night; when you
have severe headaches, nervous and
dizzy spells, sleeplessness, acid
stomach or rheumatism in Dad
weather, get from your pharmacist
about four, ounces of Jad Salts; take
a tablespoonful in a glass of water
before breakfast each morning and in
a few days your kidneys will act tine,
This famous salts is made from the
acid of grapes and lemon juice, com
bined with lithia, and has been used
for generations to flush and stimulate
clogged kidneys, to neutralize the
acids in urine so it is no longer a
source of irritation, thus ending unn
arv and bladder disorders.
jad Salts is inexpensive and cannot
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occasionally to keep the kidneys clean
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Durning so that she could
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Hair which was gradually
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North Vernon, Ind., April 19, 1916.
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ninety per cent of all sickness comes
from inactive bowels and liver.
Dr. Edwards, a well-known physician
in. Ohio, perfected a vegetable com
pound mixed with olive oil to act on
the liver and bowels, which he gave to
his patients for years. -
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"OLD KENTUCKY " IDEAL CHEW
Since tobacco was first introduced to
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The secret of the greatest chewing
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chew. Among plug tobaccos the brand
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dorsement is undoubtedly Old Ken
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Old Kentucky is made exclusively of
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Still more, only the very choicest of
all the Burley leaf is used for Old
This choice leaf is selected with the
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hand, is thoroughly washed free of all
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juke or an atom of flavor escapes.
Moreover, Old Kentucky is made under
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The result is a sweet, mellow, lus
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t "-Advertisement. -
North Platte Man Wishes to
Enow How His Votes in the
Senate Aided Nebraska. .
HELPS SOUTH, NOT WEST
North Platte, Neb., Oct. 25. (Spe
cial.) Should United States Senator
Gilbert M. Hitchcock answer certain
questions propounded to him by J.
E. Evans, former receiver in the
United States land office here, in an
open letter addressed to Nebraska's
representative in the senate, his rec
ord of "aiding Nebraska and the west"
might not be so clear. Mr. Evans
asks many pertinent questions con
cerning the senator's vote on various
bills that lacked much in aiding the
west, but is not anticipating an an
swer from Mr. Hitchcock. Mr. Evans'
"Gilbert M. Hitchcock, Omaha,
Neb. Dear Sir: I am in receipt of
your circular letter of 17th inst. ask
ing for support for returning to the
United States senate and inviting a
perusal of a laudatory folder sent out
with the letter. .
"I have been for the last few years
a dilligent reader of the Congressional
Record, where we get the facts and
do not need to read self-laudatory
campaign circulars to know how you
stood and what you helped to do as a
Standing by Nebraska.
"In your letter you say you think
your record should justify the support
of voters who want their senator to
stand for the interests' of the people
and to reoresent the west.
"Were you, senator, standing up
for the interest of the people when
you voted millions to pump water
into dry rivers like the Trinity and
the Brazos to make dry creek beds
"Were you, senator, representing
the west when you voted to donate
$9,000,000 to reclaim deeded land in
the south while you compel our own
people around, Scottsbluff and else
where in .the west to pay $55 an acre
to get water on their land?
"Were you, senator, 'standing up
for the west when you voted to place
a protective tariff on everything
grown in the south and to place
everything grown in the west on the
Tickling the Germans.
"Were you, senator, playing politics
when you introduced the ammunition
embargo, but which the president sat
down on, or did you introduce the
bill to 'tickle the Germans?' -
"Now you are asking support be
cause you have supported the admin
istration. No doubt, senator, you
thought introducing that bill a smart
political move. You should not have
boasted about 'tickling the Germans!'
It looks as though you-did not mean
it. . -. f.
"No, kj1: Senator, I do not intend
to give you my support, after reading
your record upon caucus rule extrava
gance, your neglect of the interests of
the country as a whole and especially
of the west, your buncombe embargo
bill to 'tickle the Germans,' and the
many hundred roll calls you failed to
vote. All, of which leads me to be
lieve we would be much better repre
sented with Mr. Kennedy in the sen-
"J. E. EVANS."
Barton Is Campaigning
In Franklin County
Upland. Neb.. Oct. 25. (Soecial.)
Silas R. Barton came into Frank
lin county Monday morning and is
following this schedule: Monday, a
trip to Macon and Hildreth; Monday
night, Upland; Tuesday afternoon,
Campbell; Tuesday evening, Hil
dreth; Wednesday at 1:30 p. m., Na
ponee; at 4 p. m., Bloomington, and
in the evening at Franklin.
At his speech in Upland Monday
night he spoke to a crowded opera
house and delivered the best campaign
speech heard here this year. ,He
was followed by E.'E. Blakley, who
spoke on national issues. The Frank
lin academy quartet and the Frank
lin drum corps helped out with fine
music. In Hildreth Monday night
Mr.'. Barton was assisted by Hon.
Charles E. Matson of Lincoln.
Mr. Matson aecomDanied him all
day Wednesday. In the evening ex-
governor Aidrich spoke with him at
Franklin, instead of Senator Norris,
who was announced to sneak, but was
unavoidably detained in getting into
Present appearances indicate that
Barton will be elected by a large ma
News Notes of Lyons.
Lyons, Neb., Oct. 25. (Special.)
The Nebraska Telephone comDanv
is constructing a toll line from this
ilace to h.merson, at a cost of over
2,000. A. A. May. the local man
ager, has a gang of men working
on tne project trom this place.
The Farmers' Union Co-operative
association has been incorporated
.L. : r r.
Willi iiic luiiuwing omcers: J. 3.
Paine, president; J. G. Crosby, vice
president; Waldo Christenson, secre
tary; Chris Shawver. treasurer; A.
L. Anderson and aWlter Parsons, di
rectors. All For Hughes and Kennedy.
Doniphan, Neb., Oct. 25. (Special.)
The result of a poll taken at the
barber shop of D. B. Skiles, who is
a democratic committeeman of this
precinct, during the entire day's busi
ness, Saturday, October 21, showed
the following result: Hughes, 169;
Wilson, 27; Kennedy, 173; Hitchcock,
23; wet, 185; dry, 11. This precinct
will give an overwhelming majority
for the 'entire ticket.
Child Dies of Injuries.
Cambridge, Neb., Oct. 25. (Special
Telegram.) The 4-year-old son of
Mr. and Mrs. Millard Phillips, injured
in a runaway yesterday, died today.
Allen Roosevelt, a young companion,
was dangerously hurt.
Indigestion. One package
proves it 25cat all druggists.
Notes From Beatrice
And Gage County
Beatrice, Neb:, Oct. 25. (Special.)
F. E. Morrison, who died suddenly
here last evening, was one of the
founders of the Beatrice State bank,
and had been a resident of Gage
county for the last thirty-five years.
He traveled out of this eity for the
Colorado Fuel and Iron company for
a number of years, and later engaged
in the coal business here. He was
63 years of age and leaves a widow
and three children.
The directors of the Commercial
club held a meeting last evening and
appointed a committee to attend a
meeting at Lincoln, November 15, to
be held for the purpose of organizing
the Comhusker route between Sioux
City and Manhattan, Kan., taking in
William J. Miller, an old resident of
the Rockford vicinity, died yesterday
morning after a brief illness. He is
survived by a widow and three chil
dren. The funeral will be held Thurs
day and interment will be in the
Brethren cemetery near Rockford.
The busines men of Wymore will
hold a barbecue on November 1. One
of the features of the occasion will be
a foot ball game between Wymore
and Pawnee City.
Sunday School Convention at Stella.
Stella, Neb., Oct. 25. (Special.)
Elaborate preparations are being
made for a county Sunday school con
vention, to be held here Monday and
Tlicsdav ' Thrr. urill .,..
j' - - ..... uv. iyvu acssiuua
on Monday afternoon a study hour
otcim scnooi. cnuaren, Dy Mar
garet Ellen Brown, at 3:30, and an
evening session. Uainnie, 7-m
During the evening session there wili
yigcaiii icaiure, iNineteen Dry
States." irfVFn hv Qtntta .rn..n .. I-
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Hon. H. E. Sachctt of Beatrice will
deliver an address on Monday even
ing. Miss Margaret Ellen Brown and
W. H. Kimberly, two state Sunday
school workers 'will be here. There
will be three sessions Tuesday.
Teachers Meet at Rushville.
Rushville, Neb., Oct. 25 (Special.)
The annual convention of the
Northwest Nebraska Teachers asso
ciation will be held here November
3 and 4. Prof. H. E. Bradford, prin
cipal of the Nebraska School of Agri
culture at Lincoln, willdeliver two
addresses Friday. State Superintend
ent A. E. Thomas will make an ad
dress Saturday afternoon at 5:30 at a
dinner provided by the Rushville
Commercial club and served under the
direction of the-Mothers club.
Harrison Will Make
Race for Representative
. luminal, inv.1'., wii. tfj- hi.i.b.,
Marshall T. Harrison, member of
the 1907 legislature from Otoe county,
has accepted the candidacy lor noai
renresentative on the republican
ticket, made vacant by the declina
tion of Edwin jJimmerer, wno is witn
the NationaJ Guard on the 1 exas bor
der. Cass and Otoe counties con
stitute this float district.1 Mr. Harri
son is an old canmaiKiier and will be
gin immediately a whirlwind cam
paign of the two counties, and his
friends predict his election. His
opponent is L. G. J. odd ot union,
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Closed Car Salon
Omaha's First Complete
Showing of Closed Cars
Wednesday. Nov. 1, to Saturday, Nov. 4, Inclusive
Exhibit Open from 8:30 A. M. to 9 P. M.
THE members of tne Omaha Automobile Show association, desiring
to give proper introduction to the winter styles of automobiles at
the opening of the season, have adopted this unique plan to give
the public an opportunity to see what is offered in closed-cars.
The exhibit will include all the current models of enclosed cars,
limousines, coupes, broughams, sedans and cabriolets. .
The exhibit will be in the Brandeis Store, easy of access and with the
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PROHIBITION BRINGS PROSPERITY
Why a prominent Oregon citizen changed his mind:
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Mr. 0. F. Harrison, " October 16, 1916.
Omaha, Neb. i .
Dear Sir ;
Relative to the effect of prohibition on the retail grocery business of Portland,
Oregon, I belileve I am in a position to state as a positive fact, susceptible of
proof, that prohibition has increased grocery consumption twenty per cent and that
collections nave improved fifty per cent since the law went into operation.
Whatever statements may oe made to the contrary, the fact remains that pro
hibition has greatly improved business conditions in all banohes of the mercantile life.
Our people are wearing better clothes, buying more automobiles, improving
their property, spending more time with their famililes.
Personally, I was-opposed to prohibition, but prohibition has made me a pro
Tours very truly,
Secretary Be tall Grocers' Assa
Editor Oregon Merchants' Magazine.
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