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THE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: NOVEMBER 12, 1916.
RAIL BOARD LOOKS
November 24 Is Date Set for
Hearing on Proposed
TRAIN SERVICE AN , ISSUE
(From a Staff Conrwpotialt.
Lincoln. Not. 11. (Special.) The
Nebraska Railway commission today
set a hearing on the elevation of dr.
oiurrage rales by railroads on freight
tars..' It is claimed that some roads
appropriate cars of other roads, which
on agreement they are to pay 45 cents
per day for using. The roads desire
. to raise the charges considerably for
holding cars above the rate agreed
upon to those shipping goods, in order
that there may a tendency to unload
them Quicker. 1 he charge at the ores
rnt time is $1 for the first day or so
after free time and the roads desire
to charge $2 per day after free time
and nuke a gradual raise according
to the number ot days held. Hearing
on the matter wilt be had Novem-
. ber Z.,..,,t. , . .... . :
A complaint comet from Julian that
the Missouri 'antic Kaiiroad com
pany refutes to install a teleohonc in
' the depot there and has refused for
tix years. The commission will take
the matter up. '
The United Commercial Travelers
and Travelers' Protective association
have filed complaints against the rule
of the Union Pacific which compels
passengers to cross tracks and take
trains on the far side, many times in
adequate facilities tor protection from
the weather being provided. The com
mission has sent Chief Engineer
Forbes out to make an investigation
and the day for hearing has been set
for December '16. , f.
Train Service Cut
F. J. Nutzman of Berlin makes com
plaint that the Missouri Pacific has
reduced itt turn, service on the Tal
mage branch of that road, taking off
the daily freight train and running it
down one day and back the next, thus
inconveniencing the shippers of stock.
The commission has discovered that
the road made the change last June,
without first ' receiving permission
from the commission, and it some
what peevetl. The road will have a
chance to appear before the commis
sion November 7 and explain. j,
; i k Kick on Connections.
J. H. Linderman, a traveling' mart,
makes complaint that the train from
Sioux City on the Minneapolis ,&
Omaha road does not make connec
tion at Norfolk with the Union Pa
cific t all timet and at a consequence
travelers are compelled to wait; in
Norfolk for tome hours before going
south. The time card of !the two
roads shows, that the Minneapolis &
. Omaha frain reaches Norfolk at 11:10
and the' Union Pacific leaves for Co
lumbus at the tame time. However,
the sitter generally holdi its train in
case the other is late for fifteen min
utes, but claims it cannot hold longer
without missing connection with the
main line trains at Columbus. The
commission finds that the schedule of
the Union .Pacific from Norfolk to
Columbus calls for a speed of thirty
one miles an Hour, the fattett time
made by any branch line road in the
state and that it would not be safe to
hold trains longer and make greater
speed. , .
November 24 the commission will
hold a hearing under the interstate
commerce rules which require the
payment of ?5 per car for cooperage
rates whenever a car of perishable
goods is opened in transit, it being
claimed that the charge is too high by
, Cart tost to State.
The commission is investigating the
report that the Union Pacific is send
ing cars out of the state which never
come back and thus are lost to the
shippers of grain, who need them to
relieve the congested condition of the
elevators. The. road insists that it it
interstate business and that the state
commission haa no authority in the
matter. It it alleged that in many
parts of the western part of the state
empty cart are- standing that cannot
be moved because, there is not equip
ment to move them. ' The shippers
insist that the road sends these cars
to Oregon to be loaded because they
can make more money on the long
haul. The commission Has sent two
of its engineers, Boyer and Gregory,
out to make an investigation. They
report that the Burlington is doing all
it can to relieve the condition.
'Meet at Lincoln
Lincoln, Neb., Nov. 11. (Special.)
An. adjourned session of the regu
lar annual convention of the Nebraska
Press association will be held at the
Commercial club rooms here next Fri
day evening and Saturday. A recep
tion Friday evening by the members
of the local newspaper fraternity will
be the only tocial feature of the meet
ing. Saturday will be devoted entirely
to business matters. The program fol
, lov,.,; w -,....' . ,
. Mamlef SaaaleeY ''v
MMtlns rallaa lo ordr In Commafr.lal
chib room. Lincoln, on Saturday monilnff.
Novambar It, at-8 o'clock by Prasld.el Clark
pcrklna of th Aurora Hapublloan. ...
Paoor "Should Wo Innroaao Our Sub.
orrlptloB Prlcoa. Anna A. Hum. Ponca Ad
vo.nl.. IjlacuaaiaB Ud by C. B. CaaB, Ra
venna New. ' .,'
Paoon "Bargain Duri. Do Thar Pay fha
PuWiatiar? ixi Thr . Pay tha Mareham t
How to goaduct Thorn.':- e. H. Kuhia,
l.rlth Wand. Dlacuaaloa lad by C. a Carl
ton, Okalaaa -Indapandant.'
Addra "Are Nobraaka Newapapaps
Melius Ttielr -Opportualllaat What Thar
Moat Naa." W. . Wataan, Oataha World
HoraM. ' " . V
Paiwr-VTha Itinerant and Hla Ad
Scheme." Prank Brown, Koaraay Tlmoa.
M.ruaoloa led by w. c, laraol, Havoloek
. Paper "Too Coat ftyatam Vp to Data."
Bay Hammond. Fremont Trlbuno.
Addreoa "Our MilalaUva Steeds." H.
Mi Javia Ord Journal.
Pape--''rfow to ot end Ml In tilt,
Atta.us.ta advertising Rat." J. Webster,
St. Haul Phonograph. Discussion Utf by
A. IX iValt, Ed ar tun. -
VP9r "Fars-Urn Advertising end Hew to
Handle II." LMoyd Rwsla, Columbui Tele
riiM Ptaeuaalon ltd by 1. R, PuroelL
Bow Chief, v -
Ati(trf-s -'ht a field ' nvrmry could
I for tit Publisher." U. I-. Caswell, field
TiHry lorn Pre Association, lnl-
iwitjtiUutm ttt the a
Ad option of re vied
itKla i ton. -
i. C. Snyder of Adams Doesn't
Be turn to Nebraska
TWO JOHNSONS IN ADAMS
(Prom a Staff Corrcapoodent.)
Lincoln. Nov. II. (Special.) The
Greenwalt-Snyder combination which
was always in evidence during the
last session has been broken by the
unrelenting hand of politics.
George Creenwalt of Custer, one of
the live wires and leading orator of
teh last session of the legislature will
be seen again in a legislative role, but
J. L. Snyder of Adams has been de
(rated. They were inseparable com
panions and when one left his seat on
the floor, the other was sure to fol
Republicans in Adams.
Mr. Snyder was defeated for re-elec
tion by trie Johnson, a republican,
and it is an interesting situation when
it is discovered that Adams county
elects two republicans in place of the
two democrats in the last session and
both bear the name of Johnson, the
other being rred Johnson.
When the roll is called and the
clerk announces Johnson of Adams,
there may be some interesting situa
tions especially if they take opposite
sides ot the measure.
Notes from Beatrice
And Gage County
Beatrice, Neb., Nov. 11. (Special )
A missionary rally was held at the
Christian church vesterdav afternoon
and last evening, the meeting being
addretted by Mist Lacock and
Mother Ross, who has a son en
gaged in missionary work in Africa.
In the evening the women of the
church served a banquet for the men
folks after which brief addresses were
made on mission work. The Christian
thurch of this city gives $2,000 a year
to missions, ana mis amount will
probably be increased the coming
year to $2,500. '
Word was received here yesterday
that Robert Pollock of Council Bluffs,
formerly of thit city, had both legs
broken in the railroad shops at that
place when a locomotive which was
on a jack undergoing an overhauling
supped ana ten upon him.
The following were elected rminrv
officers at the : late election: Treas
urer, Andersen; clerk, E. M. Burn-
ham: .district clerk. F. E. Lenhart:
judge. J. A. OtKeefe; sheriff, F. W.
The Beatrice . second hich aefinnl
foot ball' elevVn went to Pawnee
Ity yesterday afternoon where it was
eteatejt kw iha tne-ate4 .am nl
35 to 0. ' ' ' .' ,. ,
Mrs. Letha Hartley, for the last
thirty-five yeart a retident of Bea
trice .died yesterday of oaralvtit.
aged 73 years. She is turvtved by two
children, daughter at Kansas City
ana a son in tyansas.
John Wyatt was found, guiltv yes
terday before fudge Ellis of trivinur
liquor to a number of men employed
on the paving work here. The court
did not fine Wyatt, but ordered him
to appear before the insanity com
mlssloners at an inebriate. He was
recently paroled from the inebriacy
ward at the asylum.
Eluabeth Dillon yeaterdav filed tuit
In the district court for a divorce from
Leslie H. Dillon, alleeing non-sun-
port. They were married In Pawnee
City on October 25, 1915.
A. J. ferry, an old resident of Crab
Orchard, dropped dead at hia home
at that place the other day just as he
was entering the house. He is sur
vived by a widow and three children,
Heart trouble was given at the caute.
Brief City News I
Platlaaaa Waddlnt Bins Bdholm.
Haea Roe Print It Now Beaeoa .Praas. ,
Ufhtuag llataroo Burtoao-uranden Co. -Keen
Yonr Money And valuabtea In tha
American Safe Pepoatt Vaults, SIS South
lTth St.,. Bee Bide. Boxes rent $1.00 for S
montha. Open front S a. m. to t. p. m.
Fined for 8nepdlnc J. R. Walsh of
Council Bluffs rot a suspended fine
of ts and costs when arraigned In po
lios eourt on a charge ot speeding.
Several other traffic offenders wece
Dr. Milliner to Sneak Sunday aft
ernoon Dr. P. H. Milliner will ad
dress the Omaha Philosophical soci
ety at Its rooms In the Lyric build
ing at 8 p. m his subject being "Yes
terday, Today and Tomorrow." v
Oatwy Cleaning Co. Til. Web. S2.
Sues) Car Company Anklna- dam
ages to the amount of 10.000 for In
juries said to have beon auttered In
an accident on October II, ISIS, Ab-
bie B. Cook of Blair, Neb., haa filed
suit against the street railway com
pany with tne clerk or tns district
Wanted Experienced, suceeasf ul
shoe salesman (none other considered)
for northern Nebraska territory. Write
(confidential) sketch of business
career, references, age. Information of
Interest, etc. Noyes-Norman Shoe Co.,
St. Joseph, Mo.
Gets Vertllnt Anlnxt Road A ver
dict of 1160 was awarded Pedro Pe
rea against the Rork Island railroad
In Judge Woodroufh'a United States
district court late yesterday after
noon. The plaintiff sued for 115,-
000, alleging that he was physically
disabled when a rtalky railroad gaso
line engine ran over him while work-
Irf for the company at Albright.
lctarr on Color and Sound Bnrd
F. Miller will give a free public lec
ture with stereobttejan Illustrations at
Thsosophlral hall. 701 Bee building.
Sunday evening at s ociock on "Tne
Significance and Source of Color and
Bound," In which ha will also explain
the relstion of the planetary bodies
to colors on the earth with eolored
slides ot our solar system and the
movementa of the planets.
Teachers from All Over France.
Auntrla and Canada these three
eounlrtea as well as fourteen atates of
the union are represented In the fac
ulty of Brownell Hall, according to a
census Just taken by one of the In
structors, whose curiosity was aroused
by the statement published recently
regarding the extensive distribution ot
Brownells student body among the
various commonwealths. The pupils
registered in tns scnuol during the
three years Just past have been drawn
from ten states and one foreign coun
try, so that their record Is surpassed
by that of the faculty.
rino Fireplace Gooila Sunderland.
Persistence It the Cardinal Virtue
Vote of Nebraska by Counties
Frontier (1 pet. mlaalnrl . 1H7
N'uckolla (i pcta.).
Knoa 14 pcta.)
Box Butte ,
M''Phreon , 210
Lincoln (40 of 48) H33
Hca-ard , 1171
Pawnee , jjjm
Wayne 1 o
ftlanton , ,., 602
Johnaon , 12(10
Cedar , 174a
Ooapor , . ,
Nance . . .
Boone . ; .
Mrown . . ,
Oase . . .
play . 213,
Harlan , ,, 127s
Oarfleld ''' 414
Dakota . 708
Oreeley , , , 774
Kearney 1 est
Total, SS counties
United States Senator.
Hllch- Ken- More- How-
County. cock. aedy. head. ell.
Ph.lpa (It of II) 719 948 448 1031
Rock 44S 867 334 417
Doilse 2682 2408 2264 1374
Madleon 1208 1088 1301 10(8
Jefferaon ....... 1S36 1908 1684 1434
Frontier 860 873 764 868
Butler 1261 1408 1883 1200
Hurt 1282 1640 1261 1276
Fillmore 2082 1804 1677 1710
Saundera 2278 1296 226S 18!!
Otoe 8666 1884 21SS 1660
Boyd . 82S 848 740 199
Hamilton ....... 1549 1931 1171 1688
Keith 408 411 44S 868
Howard ., 1601 88S 1376 181
Nuckolls (16 pete) 1181 1148 1667 1346
Knox (24 pcta.).. 1281 1016 1391 S7I
"oaper 409 178 416 4IT
Choyenna 761 46S 718 488
Franklin ,. 134S 1068 137S 868
Bos Butts .... 747 662 784 470
Deuel 37a 114 146 131
Phal,s (bal. 3p.) !4S 616
Antelope llei 1648 1031 1037
McPheraon 176 136
Lincoln (10 of 48) 146S 1481 1477 1461
Seward 1834 1681 1961 106
Thayer 1696 1688 1766 1866
Morlll (140111).. 708 609 481 471
Pawnee .. 1098 1J97 .1178 1006
Stanton 871 740 888 176
Lancaster 6031 7611 8276 6778
Jnhneon 1168 1173 " 1136 1047
Cheyenne B39 640 714 483
Kimball 170 833 , 324 816
Buffalo 1600 , 1461 1948 1136
Nemaha .,.,,4 1667-, 1608 ,1686 1194
Cedar, It of II . . I860 1463 1793 1343
Douslaa 11049 16806 12710 886!
Dawaon loss, 1876 1301 1818
Cherry 1174. 64S 1046 1371
Kherldan ivt. .:..'' 791 : 660 ., , 721 711
Pherman 733 660 1000 , 896
Thuraton , 1028 . 788 1064 ,188
Arthur 184 118 187 ' 71
Gosper 80S 487 416 487
Nonce sal 1188 . 886 1036
Hall ., 2400 I16S 1SS8 1697
Tork 1766 1106 ' 1611 I1SI
Boone 1396 1499 1861 , 1416
Cumins 1674 100S 1081 667
Browa 710 60S 618 106
Mrpy , 1831 830 1166 148
Kearney 1037 Sst 1011 180
Knox 1240 ' 197T 1026 1414
Holt 1048 1698 1786 1266
Sioux 627 421 641 108
Dawes ......1,..' 811 i S61 761 TS1
OoKax I.. 1161 171 1101 (II
Madlaon 1181 1116' 1690 116S
Waahlnston .... 1611 US6 1661 1001
Platte 1667 1641 1011 1817
Harlan , 104? 102S 1000 868
Furnas 1164 1286 1178 1119
Worse 1118 4001 ,1111 -796
Wheeler 210 314 336 ' 170
Dundy..., . 426 481 741 181
Oase ........... I4S8 3388 1714 1437
Clay 17S6 191S 1711 1170
Greeley 1164 1 sko 1168 600
Itlchnroaon , , 8161 .1876 2198 .,1058
Hi yea 300 288 293 223
Perklna 310 ,178 198 261
(larfleld 332 344 389 . 118
Polk 1393 -1368 1061 . 1186
Nimaha 1667 1663 1688 1168
'" 1320 2270 1221 1831
Merrick ;,, 1202 1318 1028 1178
Dakota 1001 688 780 608
Chase. .436 . 4li0 410 961.
Saline '. 8561 1628 -8184 1318
Adema .......... 241,1 1874 3011 1988
Total. 71 cos. , 180610 118388 114514 11119
Omaha and Lincoln
Scrub Teams Play
a Scoreless Tie
Lincoln, Neb., Nov. II. (Special
Telegram.) Omaha's second team
and Lincoln scrubs played scoreless
tie. v ,
Miss Emma Hirsh,-. daughter of
John J. Hirsh, and Edison W. Fogg
01 mis cuy were marriru Dy ney.
Charles WVSavtdge at his residence
Saturday afternoon. -.
Red Oak, la., Nov. 10. (Special.)-
N. A. Bergstrom and Mrs. Christina
Peterson. both of this city, were
married here Wednesday evening, No
vember 8, at 8:30 o'clock, Rev. W. A.
Rjorkman, pastor ot the Swedish
Mission church performing the cere
mony at the home of Mr. and Mrs
f red Nelson, yi soutn uixtrj street,
Mr. and Mrs. Bergstrom will' make
their home in Red Oak. . ,
DRUGGISTS PRAISE DR. KILMER'S SWAMP ROOT
CUSTOMERS ALWAYS SATISFIED WITH RESULTS
I have been handling Dr. Kilmer's
Swamp-Root for two years and over
and my customers art always satis-
fied with tha results obtained from
its use. I know of case of Liver
trouble whera Swamp-Root proved
very beneficial. I believe It is one
of tht finest kidney remedies In the
Vary truly yours,
H. H. BROWN,
Pinnacle, N. C ,
November 13th, 1915.
Prove What Swamp-Root Will De For Ym
Send ten cents to Dr. Kilmer A Co., Binghamton, N. Y., for sample
size bottle. It will convince anyone. You will also receive booklet of
valuable information, telling about the kidneys and bladder. When writing,
be sure and mention The Omaha Sunday Bee. Regular fifty-cent and one
dollar size bottlct for sale at all drug stores.
v H '
Frontier (one pet. tntaalns) 1133
Nuckolls (16 pcle.).
Knoa ( 14 p ta.)
Lincoln (40 of 48 1C36
Morrill (14 df 1
Cedar, 20 of 11 .
Nance . . y
Colfax t, 1618
Furnaa ., 1411
Caaa , 2578
Wheeler ;. . 368
Total, 87 counties ,121218
ville. PhelDa. IS of 11 S76
Frontier (1 mlaalna). 731
Nuckolle, 16 pots..... 1110
Knox. 14 seta 1181
Box Butta 711
Daual 286 .
Pheloa. 8 beta 881
Lincoln, 40 ef 41 1866
Morrill. 14 of IS S56
Stanton , 891
Johnaon .'..... ... 1811
Cedar, 19 at 11 1787
Douslaa V. . .
Total It COS.. USUI 118681 104187 18311
no matter how long or how bad go
to your druggist today and get a 50
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It will give quick relief, and a single
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mailed free in plain wrapper it you
send us coupon below.
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We art pleased to handle Dr. Kit-
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are always aatitfied with the results
obtained from its ute, . Our present
manager, who it an old-time drug
man, baa used It with good results
in Kidney trouble and doaa not lose
an opportunity to recommend so fine
Very truly yours,
PORTER'S DRUG STORE,
North Main St, Salisbury, N. C.
November 12th, 1915.
State Movie Houses
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
Lincoln, Neb., Nov. U. (Special.)
-The showing of the big motion pic
ture in the smaller cities of the state
has caused Labor Commissioner Cof
fey to take extra precautions regard
ing savety to patrons . of the show,
People are Finding Us
To Our New-Location
Exclusive Women's Wear
OF THE FINEST QUALITY .
IS OUR STOCK IN TRADE
To be sung in same tune of
"Goodbye Girls,' Goodbye"
(From Chin Chin)
It's dry, boys, we lose, s
We'll peddle no more booze,
Still we must not forget,
We have prospered with the wet.
We are wet with perspiration,
But not intoxication,
We will miss our "Rock and Rye."
It's dry, boys, it's dry, boys,
It's dry, boys, goodbye 1
It's dry, boys, it's dry,
Oh dear old beer goodbye,
Prohibition we must choose,
And cut out all the booze,
There'll be no more hesitation
And no more more dissipation.
It's the straight path we must choose,
in ary, Doys, u s dry, Doys,
It's dry, boys, no booze 1 :
Let's try, boys, let's try,
To give three cheers fof dry.
We are loth to lose the wet,
We have lost with much regret, -
We will seek some other station,
This is our expectation,
Wipe the tear-drop from your eye,
It's dry, boys, don't cry, boys,
It's dry, boys, goodbye I
Composad by STELLA MARTIN,
Ootobar 11, 1916.
Nuxated Iron To Make Beautiful, Healthy
Women Strong, Vigorous Men
NOW BEING USED BY OVER FIVE MILLION PEOPLE DAILY
Quickly transform th flabby flash,
perfect flow of health and beauty Often Increases the strength of delicate, nervous, run
down folic 200 per cent In two weeks' time.
New York, rf. Y, -It is conservatively
stimtci tnat ovr fivo million peoplt
daily in this country alone are taking
Nuxated Iron. Such astonishing result
have been reported from it use both by
doctors and laymen, that a number of
well-known physicians in various part of
the country have been asked to explain
why they prescribe it so extensively, and
why it apparently produces so mush bet
ter results than were obtained from the
old forms of inorganic iron
Extracts from some of the letters re.
ceived are given below:
New York phy
sician and au-
'There can be
no vigorous iron
e n without ,
kin of anaemic
men and wo
men Is pale. The
flesh flabby. The
tnn. the brain
fags and the memory
tn become weak, nerv-
fails and they often
despondent and melancholy,
n srna from the blood of
When the iron goes
woman, the roses go from their cheeks."
In the most common foods of America,
the starches, sugars, table syrups, can
dies, polished rice, white bread, soda
crackers, biscuits, macaroni, spahettt.
tapioca, sago, farina, degerminated corn-
meal, no longer is iron to oe .ouno. m
finincr nMCMiM have removed the iron
of Mother Karth from these impoverished
foods, and silly methods oi nome cooaery,
by throwing down the waste-pipe the
water in which our vegetable are apoked
Is responsible for another grave iron loss.
Therefore, If you wish to preserve your
youthful vim and vigor to a ripe age,
you must supply the iron deficiency in
four loo a Dy using -ome (orrn oi 017111 ic
mi fust as you would ue salt wbea
your food haa not enough salt.
Dr. Sauer, a
tan who ha
studied both m
and in great
a y t A l
have a a 1 d a
greatest sf all
ers. M people
would e a 1 r
Detent m 1 i
etnee and naus-
e a a concoc
tions and take,
Iran. 1 am eon
vinced that the
la I rWw'i J ii
Tp. Ktnc. "atpug I
- is A I
and yesterday he was called to
Aurora to look into conditions there
where the thow will hold forth in the
The law requires that there shall
be two entrances and that the motion
picture machine shall be entirely en
closed so that there is no danger of
fire. Mr. Coffey discovered that the
company carries a collapsible cover-,
ing around the machine which has
neither a floor nor top. He has re
quired them to remedy this defect.
We would like to have you see our
selections of Coats for Women and
girls at our usual Modest Prices.
Will Be Clad to See Her Friends
A. T. Benson
1812 Farnam St. Phone Doug. 2800
This Beautiful Columbia Grafonola, Style 110, with 1
Individual Record Racks and Record Ejector jj
Placed in Your Home on i
Four Weeks' Trial Without CI 1 1
Expense, All for. 4 1 1 JmD U
On terms of $1 Per Week, includ- 1
mg 20 selections, of music (Ten 10
inch double-faced records), your
own choice. No deposit required.
Pay cash only for the few records
We will deliver this wonderful
Columbia Grafonola to your home
on approval. The four weeks' trial
will demonstrate its marvelous tone
Other models' at $15, $25, $75,
$100 and up to $350.
If you cannot call, phone your
order to Douglas 1623. Out
Schmoller & Mueller Piano Co.
1311-13 Farnam St., Omaha, Neb. q
Retail and Wholesale Distributors of Columbia Grafonolaa and M
Records for Nebraska, Iowa and South Dakota. P
toneUi tissue, and pallia cheeks of
I iiv w. i i. k. i
svd, who now die 1 every year from
pneumonia, grippe, consumption, kidney.
liver and heart troubles, etc. The real
and true cause which started their dis
eases was nothing more nor less than
lack of iron in the blood.
"Not long ago a man came to ma who
was nearly half century old and asked
me to give him a preliminary examina
tion for life Insurance. I was astonished
to find him with a blood pressure of a
boy of 20 and as full of vigor, vim and
vitality as a young man; in fact a young
man he really was notwithstanding hie
age. The secret, he said, was taking
iron nuxated iron had filled htm With
renewed life. At 30 he was in bad
health: at 46 he was careworn and nearly
all in now at 60, a miracle of vitality I
and hie face beaming with the buoyancy
"Iron is absolutely necessary to enable
your blood to change food into living
tissue. Without it, no matter how much
or what you eat, your food merely passe
through you without doina1 you any tood.
You don't get the strength out of It and
at a consequence you become weak, pale
and tickly -looking, juit like a plant trying
to grow in a sot! deficient in iron.
If you are not
strong or well
you owe it to
to make the fol
lowing test 1 See
how long you
ran work or how
far you can
Next take two
lets of ordinary
three times per
day after meal
for two weeks.
Then test your
and ee now
much you have
gained. I have
en doaene of
down peoplt who
were ailing all the white double their
strength and endurance and entirely rid
themselves of ail symptoms of dyspepsia,
liver and other troubles In from ten to
fourteen days' time, simply by taking iron
In the proper form. And this, after they
had fa some ease been doctoring for months
without obtaining any benefit. 1 But don't
take tha old form of reduced Iron, lroa
estate, at tincture of iron simply to save a
few cent. Tht Iron demsnded by It other
Nature for the red coloring matter In the
blood ef her children ts, alas I not that kind
at Iron, Yon must take Iron In a form
that can be easily absorbed and assimilated
to do roe any good, otherwise it may prove
were than nseleea. Many an athlete and
prlsa-flghter baa won tha day simply be-
Pierre Wins State Title.
Pierre, S. D., Nov. 11. (Special Tele
cram.) In tha flsht for state champion,
ship between Pierre and Aberdeen Hlsh
here today the home team won by 17 to 7.
Aberdeen eouid not break the Pierre de
fense and only sot around it once Just be
fore tha eloaa of the last quarter.
For Grip, Influenza
The Diagnosis of a Cold
If penon iubiet to Catarrh or Infrn
ensa find himself aneez.nK and iniffllna, h
hai taken Cold, though he cannot tell how.
If a person liable to Bronchitis, has rough
ness, scraping or dryness in the throat, he
has taken Cold.
If a person subject to Quinsy finds his
tonsils swollen and painful wallowing', he
haa taken Cold.
A Cold, however slight, should never be
left to "net well" of itself, but should always
be helped away. This at first is not alone
very easy, but a very simple matter, because
these early symptoms are all caused br con
gestion and inflammation.
To get the best results and help the Cold
away take "Seventy -seven" at the first
sign of a Cold. V
Price, 26c at all Drug Stores.
For the convalescent, for the weak
and the weary Price, $1.00, at all
Drug Stores, or sent, collect on de
livery. Humphreys' Homeo. Medicine Co., 166
William Street. N.w York.
Cabinet of Ma
hogany, Satin, Wal
nut or Quartered
- of - town
Oak in all finishes.
waak, anaemic men and women into a
"cause he knew the secret of great strength
and endurance and filled his blood with Iron
before he went Into the affray; while many
another has gone down In Inglorious defeat
simply for the lack of Iron."
Dr. Schuy 1 e r,
u. jaajuea, an
other New York
"I have never
before given out
any medical in
formation or ad
vice for pub-1
ueation, as 1 or-1
dlnarily do not I
believe in it But ,
in the ease of
Nuxated Iron I
feel I would be
remiss In my (
duty not to men
tion it. I have J
taken It myself '
and given it to
my patients with most surprising and satis
factory results. And those who wish quickly
to Increase their strength, power and en
durance will find it a most remarkable
and wonderfully effective remedy.
Dr. dames, late of the U. 8, Kublic
in an enervated I
ana aeviwunea 1 .
Ute of health 14.
those, for In-J f
ing from pro-
s, those suffering
iron. a lona
standing case of
aneemia, a 1 1
such people, in
my opinion, need
iron. Of late,
there has been
brought to my
ed Iron. In nrac
tice I have found
this an ideal re-
storatlve and up
building agent in
these cases above mentioned.
NOTE Nuxated Iron Is not a patent med
icine nor secret remedy, but one which to well
known to druggists and whose iron constit
uent la widely prescribed by eminent phy
sicians everywhere. Unlike the older Inor
ganic Iron products, It Is earily assimilated,
does not Inlure the teeth, make them black
nor upset the stomach; on the contrary, it
I a most potent remedy. In nearly all form
of indigestion, as well a fer nervous, run
down condition. The manufacturers have
such great confidence in Nuxated Iron that
they offer to forfeit 1100.00 to any chari
table Institution if they cannot take any
man or woman under SO who lacks iron and
increase their strength 100 per cent or over
hi four weeks' time provided they have ao
serious organic trouble. They also offer to
refund your money If It does not at least
double your atrength and endurance In tan
day' time. It I dispensed in this afar by
Sherman A McConnell Drag Store and ail
i r 1 -'.".-J: I
Ns. Jama., M.Bl y
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