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Patrick Grogan, Father of Fre
mont Teacher, Gored to Death
When Disregards Warning
as to Animal's Temper.
Fremont, Neb., ,Dec. 8. (Special
Telegram.) Patrick Grogan, 65, a
pioneer s?ttler of Colfax county, was
killed by an enraged bull on his farm
operated by his son, Frank. Mr. Gro
gan went for the cattle after being
warned about the vicious disposition
of the animal Mr. Grogan was so
badly injured that he died soon after
he had been removed to the house
j by members of the family and neigh
bors. Joseph Holoubeck, who was riding
by on horseback, went to Mr. Gro
gan's assistance, but the bull turned
on him and knocked his horse down.
Mr. Holoubeck escaped. A daughter
of Mr. Grogan, Miss Mae, teaches in
the Fremont schools, while his son,
Thomas, is principal of the Nickerson
schools. Another daughter, Miss
Emma, teaches at Nickerson.
To Enforce 7ood Rules.
Fire at noon today did $1,500 dam
age at the print shop of J. W. Cat
tern. Mr. Cattern carried insurance
on the;building, but had none on the
stock of print paper and equipment.
A defective flue caused the fire.
To Enforce Ford Rules.
At a meeting of dealers in food
stuffs, called by B. W. Reynolds,
Dodge county food administrator, lo
cal retailers unanimously pledged
their hearty co-operation in the 'en
forcement of the food rules,
forcement of the rules and regula
tions. A committee has been ap
pointed to investigate and report any
violations. Mr. Reynolds warned all
dealers that they willbe prosecuted
if they fail to live up to the regula
tions. Weather Records Broken.
All old weather records for early
in December were broken Friday
night when the mercury in the gov
ernment tl'ermomter dropped to 18
degrees below zero. Four inches of
snow fell at Fremont and vicinity.
To Entertain Firemen.
The committee in charge of rais
ing a fund of $1,000 for the entertain
ment of, Nebraska firemen who will
come here January 15, 16, 17, to at
tend, the annual convention of the
Nebraska Volunteer Firemen's asso
ciation had deeded to sell entertain
ment tickets at $2 each to the busi
ness of the city. This plan has been
endorsed by the Commercial club.
The- tickets in the hands of the dele
gates will give them admission to the
various entertainment to be provided.
The sessions, will be held in the high
school auditorium. The committee
plans to entertain 6,000 delegates.
' Many Tilden Young Men
Leave to Do Their Bit
Tilden, Neb., Dec. 8. (Special.)
The largest crowd ever assembled in
the opera house turned out Thursday
night to listen to the talk of Sergeant
Hanley of the Princess Pat regiment.
The young men of Tilden are rap
idly leaving for the front and the fol
lowing have enlisted from here during
the last week: Charles Snider, Frak
Burke, Mike Corkle, Clarence Brittan,
Joe Duranske, Ray Wagner, Charles
Carlisle, Allen Grace, Dewitt Maasen,
Edward Shumacher, Arthur Fish,
Giles Warren, Herman Walters, Leo"
Brogan, Alfred Verplank, Roy Ash
burn and Clyde Winders.
There will be a mass meeting and
reception at the opera 'house Satur
day night to bid the boys Godspeed
and good luck before they leave to
do their bit.
Funeral Services for Stelia
Pioneer Largely Attended
Stella, Neb., Dec. 8. (Specials
Elder J. W, Sapp preached the funeral
sermon over the body of Mike Shafer
at the Christian church in Stella Sat
urday. Burial was in Prairie Union
cemetery. Mr. Shafer is survived by
his daughter, Mrs. Joe T. Curtis, with,
whom he made his home. He was
born in Indiana 69 years ago, spent
his.boyhood in Illinois and had lived
here 40 years.
Clarence Barnes and Miss Myrtle
Shefferd were married in Auburn this
Burton W. Williamson and Miss
Erma Ulmer were married at the
home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Martin Ulmer, southwest of Stella.
Palmer Talks at York,
York, Neb., Dec. 8. (Special Tele
gram.) The United States war sav
ings campaign in York county re
ceived a great impetus Friday night
and today with the visit to York of
Harry O. Palmer of Omaha, Secretary
of Ward M. Burgess, director of war
savings for Nebraska. At the Busi
ness Men's club banquet last night at
the Young Men's Christian associa
tion, Mr. Palmer spoke on the nation's
need for saving and E. S. L. Pence,
chairman of the w'ar savings work in
York rounty, spoke on the York
ounty organization and plan.
Mrs. J. H. Quinn Seriously
Injured in Auto Smash
Gothenburg, Neb., Dec. 8. (Spe
cial.) A home talent play utas given
at the Sun theater. The entire pro
ceeds after all expenses are paid will
be turned over to the Red Cross.
About'$l,000 was taken in.
Mrs. J. H. Quinn, who lives on tiic
J. B. ranch, south of here, while driv
ing home Wednesday afternoon,
ttfrned to see something in the back
of the car and when she, turned back
found she was off the road. A sharp
turn to keep" out of the ditch caused
her to turn over. The ligaments of
her arm and shoulder were torn loose.
She was pinned under the car for
nearly an hour before she could be
taken from the wreckage.
According to the report made by
the banks of Dawson county to the
comptroller of currency, the First
State bank of this city leads all the
other banks in the county by about
$100,000 in deposits. Gothenburg has
led the county in donations to the
Young Men s Christian association
and Red Cross benefits, but still the
people seem to have plenty of money.
Avoca Man Killed While
At Work on Railroad Job
Avoca, Neb., Dec. 8. (Special.)
Word was received here of the acci
dental death of John Malcom at
Afarysville, Kan., resulting from a fall
of 65 feet from a steel water tank,
which he, as foreman of construction,
was helping to build for the Union
Pacific railroad. A fellow workman
was also killed in the fall. He was
about 30 years old and is survived by
his parents, three brothers and four
sisters. The body was brought to
Weeping Water and interment was
in a cemetery here.
The Avoca Red Cross held an au
tion and rummage sale at the opera
house Wednesday. Chickens, geese,
ducks, hgs, fruit, corn, wheat and
clothing we.e on sale and brought a
good price. The net proceeds am
ounted to about $260.
State Defense Council
Comments on U. S. Army
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
Lincoln, Neb., Dec. 8. (Special.)
The State Council of Defense has is
sued a statement covering the num
ber of enlisted .men in the service of
the United States, which is shown
to be 1,360,000. This has grown in
efeht months from an army which
on April 1 last numbered only 110,
000 men.
Cold Causes Some Loss.
Fairbury, Neb., Dec. 8, (Special
Telegram.) The mercury dropped to
12 below this morning. An inch of
snow covers the cround. All trains
are running into Fairbury over the
Rock Island and Union Pacific are
behind schedule duejo steam failures.
Cold caught considerable corn in
the fields and it unexpectedly caused
heavy losses among ihe farmers in
way of poultry and small pigs.
Widow of Lyons Pioneer
Dies Suddenly at Age of 72
Lyons, Neb., Dec. 8. (Special.)
Mrs. Sarah Gregoire, widow of the
late James Gregoire, early settler, died
at her home in Lyons Thursday night,
aged 72 years. She leaves thfte
daughters, Mrs. J. W. Huntsberger
of California; Mrs. Carrie Kanyon of
Wyominc and Mrs. Ella Jenkins of
Fairbaugh, Minn.
Buffalo County Council
Of Defense Holds Meeting
Kearney, Neb., Dec. 8. (Special.)
Buffalo county council of defense held
it monthly meeting Friday in the city
hall. Although a snowstorm swept
the county there were representatives
on hand from almost every precinct,
including Ravenna, Litchfield, Miller,
and points on the county outskirts.
Reports made by precinct chairmen
brought to realization the acute situa
tion in this county as regards seed
corn, ine supply will be tar below
needs of Buffalo county farmers, even
though the fields are carefully picked
over. The winter wheat acreage is
below that of last year, but all stands
have a favorable appearance. On
complaint was heard relative to en
forement of meatless and wheatless
days, a precinct chairman stating that
these days were not generally ob
served in his district.
ine council went on record as
favoring designating two meatless
days each week, when the use of pork
snouid be torbiduen, but beef might
be served. In connection with wheat
less day the campaign tS encourage
use of graham bread was discussed
and generally opposed. The stand
was taken that in the use of graham
bread the people are not conserving
wheat but using it to disadvantage.
Cairo Grocer Hastens to
Correct Rood Law Violations
Grand Island, Neb., Dec. 8. (Spe
cial.) That retail grocers must com
ply with the regulations of the food
administration was emphasized in this
county during the last few days when
complaint reached the office of Jack
Donald, of the state board here, that
G. A. Dove of Cairo had been selling
sugar by the sack. Inquiry was at
once made to verify the complafht
and when it was admitted by Mr.
Dove that this had been done, it is
stated that Mr. Donald gave notice
that the sugar must be immediacly re
covered from the purchasers or an of
ficer would be sent to do so. The in
formation at hand in effect is that the
Cairo retailer yas not informed of the
inflexibility of the rules and that .the
departure on his part from the food
regulations was not intentional. He
showed no disposition whatever to re
sent the orders, but indicated his com
plete willingness to do all he could to
correct the matter.
The installation of officers will be at
the first regular meeting in January.
A purse of $i0 was voted for the Red
Cross Christmas fund.
That Eustis is prosperous is evi
denced by the quarterly reports of the
two banks tiade to the state banking
board at the close of business Novem
ber 20. The combined capital, of the
two banks is $25,01)0. The Joans and
discounts amount to $371,258.28; clue
from other banks, $154,51cj.79; de
posits, $503,863.82. of which $218,
640.70 are on time deposit; bank guar
antee fund, $3,575.84; total cash on
hand. $173,715.86: all of which makes
a grand total business of $577,845.61.
Farmers of the Eustis territory have
signified their willingness to do their
part in complying with the govern
ment's request that Nebraska raise
600,000 more hogs in 1918 than were
produced this year.
Quarterly Reports of Banks
jn Eustis Show Prosperity
Eustis, Neb., Dec. 8. (Special.)
At the last regular meeting of the
Ladies of the Maccabees lodge the
following officers were elected for the
ensuing year: Commander, Mrs. John
Grabenstcin; lieutenant commander,
Mrs. F. C. Schroeder; past com
mander, Mrs. F. II. Wchmeicr; chap
lain, Mrs. Delia Mitchell; lady at
arms, Mrs. Morfte Shields; sergeant,
Mrs. J. M. Sill; picket, Mrs. J. G.
Thumm;' sentinel, Mrs. George Kolb;
finance auditor, Mrs. F. D. Fischer;
captain, Mrs. D. C. St. John; color
bearers, Gertrude Sill and Alice Kolb.
West Point School Board
Cuts Christmas Vacation
West Point, Neb.,' Dec. 8. (Spe
cial.) W. II. Agnew has purchased
the Ideal theater at West Point.
The marriage of Herman W Weg
ner and Miss Bessie Ellis took place
at West Point on Wednesday, County
Judge Dewald performing the cere
mony. Congressman Dan V. Stephens will
speak on war issues and of his obser
vations at the front, at West Point
on Thursday, December 20.
The funeral of Mrs. Lars Hansen
was held at the Grace Lutheran
church at West Point on Thursday
Mrs. Hansen was 76 years of age and
was born in Denmark. She was the
wife of Lars Hansen, a prominent citi
zen of this county. Together with
her husband she came to Nebraska
in the year 1872, homesteading land in
Cuming county. She leaves her ag&l
husband and two sons, John of this
city and Peter of Omaha, also a
daughter. Mrs. William Sass of Wes
sington Springs, S. D.
Beatrice Bankers and
Wholesalers Hold Meeting
Beatrice, Neb., Dec. 8. (Special.)
Thirty Beatrice wholesalers, nanu
facturers and bankers met at dinner
at the Paddock hotel Friday nigty
with representatives of the Lincoln
Wholesalers' Credit association, and
after luncheon, adjourned to the
Commercial club rooms, where the
Beatrice jobbers were invited to at
tend a slate conference of wholesale
credit men to be held at Lincoln
February 10. They also outlined
plans for a credit association of this
city, but no action was taken relative
to organizing.
At a meeting of the official board
of Centenary Methodist Episcopal
church it was unanimously voted to
raise the church's appropriation of
the conference claimants' annity
endowment fund. Beatrice's share
will be $5,000. Addresses were made
by Rev. J. R. Gettys of Lincoln,
Bishop Stuntz and Rev. U. .G. Brown
of Omaha, and District Superintend
ent Gilbert.
Slight Error in Figures
Of Douglas Indebtedness
(From a .Staff Correspondent.)
Lincoln, Dec. 8. (Special.) A re
port published from the office of the
state auditor yesterday showing that
the bonded indebtedness of
county was $1.7,000, has been dis
covered to wrong owing to trie failure
of the proper officials of the countv
to report the payment of $100,000 road
improvement bonds.
The auditor received a telephone
message this morning from the office
of the Douglas county clerk, inform
ing him of the discrepancy, which will
reduce the indebtedness of the county
by that sum. Since December 1, the
county has paid oil $180,000 of the
1S98 refunding bonds, which will low
er the bonded indebtedness of the
county, leaving the amount $1,687,-
Figures c f Assessors and
Clerks on Taxes Differ
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
Lincoln, Dec. 8. (Special.) Ac
cording to figures prepared by State
Auditor Smith taken from the reports
of county clerks to the secretary of
the state board of assessment, 71 of
the 93 counties have reported the
footings of the tax list and by those
figures, the totals amount of state
taxes to be charged the counties re
porting is $3,541,736.54.
The reports made by the county as
sessors of these same counties to the
secretary of the state board of cpual
ization, this report being used as a
basis upon which to base the state
levy, would have raised $3,545,010.38,
or $3,273.84 more than will actually
be raised, according to the reports of
the county clerks.
Nov; Stop Piles
Send Today for Free Trial of Pyramid
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If you suffer so bad you cant watt for
the free trial get a 0 cent box of Pyra
mid File Treatment at too nearest drug
etore. Take no substitute. The quick relief
has been a wonderful blessing to a host
of people who got rid of Itching, bleeding
and protruding piles, hemorrhoids and
such rectal troubles. Don't delay.
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Kindly send me a Free sample of
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City .....State
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at 1324
We Please
You or
Your Money.
Dr. McKenney Says:
"In these HIGH COST times if you would get
dental service that is squeezed dry of excessive profits,
lost time and inefficiency, give us your dental pat
ronage. We promise you the highest type dentistry
responsibility and liberally guaranteed, and econom
ically priced."
Beat Silver
Beat 22k
Gold Crown.
Heaviest Bridge
Work, per tooth, VI
Wonder Plates Worth J C fc Q M A
$15 to $25 J PO J0, P1U
Hour, 9:30 A.
M. to 6 P. M.
and Saturdays
Till P. M.
Not Open
14th and Farnam Sts.
1324 Farnam Street
NOTICE Out-of-town patrons can
get Plates. Crowns, Bridges and Fill
tags complete in ONE day.
MAKES ..:. A iiahaaaIa
Buy Your Christmas
Exceptional Values in
All the newest materials and
the season's newest color
ings. Coats are made with
large roll or throw-over col
lars, many are fur trimmed,
others are trimmed, in Ker
ami. Every one of them an
exceptional value, made pos
sible by our inexpensive lo
cation. Compare the. values
we offer,
$1475 $lg75
$g75 $220
And Up
A splendid showing of high quality suits at prices
within the reach of everyone. Why not make it a
new suit for Christmas? Splendid values at
$14.75, $16.75, $18.75 and Up
Clothing is a most useful and sensible gift. Our
"pay-as-you-wear" credit plan enables you to outfit the
entire family. A small deposit at the time of purchase
and then
$1 or So a Week Will Do
Men's and Young Men's Quality
$15, $18, $20, $22.50 lnpd
Christmas Clothes for the Little Fellows
S3.95 and up
$6.50 and up
Christmas Ties
Silk four-in-hands, latest
styles, 65c values. Our
every day OQ
price OlvC
Genuine Onyx Silk Hose
50c quality,
and Women,
ery day
price '.
for Men
Our ev-
75c quality for Ladies
only, our every HQ
day price OVC
..ffinsHi s, ,i. In
sefgnrsVriefota W kiiwsaal
Dr. Lee W. Edwards, 24th
nd Farnam, wishes to calf the
public's attention to the Chiro
practic talk on Page 8-A.
Use Sloan's Liniment to pre
vent aches and pains from
weather exposure.
You, who are out in oil kinds of
weather 1 Never let your cold, wet
work lay you up with Rheumatism or
Cramped muscles.' Apply Sloan's
Liniment to those sore joints or mus
cles, stiff neck, lumbago, neuralgic
twinges. Yes, and to sprains, bruises,
toothache or any hurt. Its warming,
easing comfort, will penetrate an in
flamed joint, soothe strained muscles
or irritated nerves and stop the pain
at once.
Sloan's Liniment requires no rub
bing to get immediate results. Is
much better than salves or plasters,
as its clear, clean liquid is neater and
easier to apply. Its success in saving
suffering for others proves it will
stop your aches. Generous Bize bottles
at druggists everywhere, 25c, 50c, $1.
Wholesale Millinery House
Will Locate in Omaha
Another wholesale millinery house
has been obtained for Omaha. The
jndustrial committee of the Commer
cial club makes the announcement,
after numerous conferences with the
proprietors. The firm of Thiele &
Scharf, a well established millinery
house of Sioux City, has leased the
entire llauhens building at the north
east corner of Twelfth and Farnam
streets for five years, and will move
its entire stock and fixtures here
January 1.
Soldier' Home Notts.
Grand island, Neb., Dec. 8. (Special.) i
Tho Women's Uellef corps held Its annual
eleetlonv)( officers this week. Mrs. Fox was
elected president and Mrs. Martha Rhodes
was elected treasurer. The- latter also was
selected as n, diMepate to tho convention to
bo held at Seward, Neb., at the next en
campment of tho Grand Army of th R-
Toys That
Toys That
i loy' fv.
Toys for
Made Toys
Curious Little W
Dolls, Dolls in
every style of
dress. Dolls
that you may
"dress up" jjfi
yourself. Pric- W
ed from 25d
to $7 and $8
Mechanical Toys for Kiddies' Xmas Tree
Trains and Tracks Electrical
and the little trains that wind
up. Priced from
10 to $7.50
Wheel Barrows 35 Up
Sleds, up from
81.10. S1.40. Sl.GO
Coasters, big strong ones, at
$3.20 nd Up.
MMlwZZ!35SSsSSSiSn in in 1 n 1
Hobby Horses
$2.15, $3.00, $3.75
Teddy Bears 50c up
Drums 25c to $1.75
A Herd of Animals of all
Kinds Priced Very Low Automobiles $4.25 Up
Doctor Says Crying Need
Of The Woman Of Today s
Is More Iron In Her Blood
Any Woman Who Tires Easily, Is Nervous or Irritable, or Looks Pale, Haggard iind
VV Om ijXIUUJU nave XiCl Uiuuu uAouuireu ui w vivtvvJi
Administration of Nuxated Iron in Clinical Tests Gives Most Aston
ishing Youthful Strength and Makes Women look rears Younger.
"Thera tan be no
rosy cheeKta women
healthy, beautiful,
ithout Iron," nays
Dr. Ferdinand Kinir. a New York ThySl-
cian and Medical Author. "In my recent
talks to physicians on the urave and seri
ous conaenuences of iron deficiency in tho
blood of American women, I have stronn
ly emphasized the fact that doctors should
prexcrihe more organic iron nuxated iron
for their nervous, run-down, weak, han-Kard-iookintt
women riatients. Pallor
means anaemia. The skin of the anaemic
woman Is pale, the flesh flabby. The mus
cles lack tone, the brain fags and tho
memory fails, and often they become
weak, nervous, irritable, despondent and
melancholy. When the iron goes from, tho
blood of women, the roses go from their
"In the most common foods of America,
the starches, sugars, table syrups, can
dies, polished rice, white bread, soda
crackers, biscuits. macaroni, spaghetti,
tapioca, sago, farina.
degerminated corn meal no
longer is Iron to be
found. Refining pro
cesses have removed the
Iron of Mother Earth from
those impoverished foods,
and silly methods
of home cookery, by
throwing down the wsste
pipe tha water in which
oiir vegetables are cooked,
are responsible for an
other grave iron loss.
"Therefore, if you wish to pre
serve your youthful vim and vigor
to a ripe old age, you must sup.
ply the iron deficiency in your food
by using some form of orgsnic Iron,
just as you would use sslt when
your food has not enough salt.
"As I have said a hundred times
over, organic iron Is the greatest
of all trength builders. If peo
pie would only tske Nuxated Iron
when they feel weak or run-down,
instead of dosing themnelves with
habit-forming drugs, stimulants
and alcoholic beverages I am con
vinced that in this way they could
ward off disease, preventing it be
coming organic In thousands of
cases -and thereby the lives of thou
sands might be saved who now die
every year It'im pneumonia, grip,
liver, heart trouble and other dangerous mala
dies. The real and true cause which started
their disease was nothing more nor less than
a weakened condition brought on by lack of
iron in the blood.
"On account of the peculiar nature of woman,
and the great drain placed upon her ayatem
at certain periods, she requires iron much
mora than man to help make up for tha loss.
"Iron Is also absolutely necessary to
enable your blend to change food into
living tissue. Without it. ,no matter
how much or what you eat, your food
merely passes through your without do
ing you any good. You don't get the
proper form. And this after they bad la
aome eases been doctoring for months
without obtaining any benefit. JBut , don't
take the old forms of reduced iron,
iron acetate, or tincture of iron pimply
to save a lew cents. in iron oemana
strength out of it.' and as a consequence ed by Mother Nature for the red cotoririK
you become weak, pale ana sickly looK
ing. Just like a plant trying to grow in
a soil deficient in iron. If you are not
atrong or well, you owe it to yourself to
mnko the following test: See how long
you can work or how far vou can walk
without becoming tired. Next take two
matter in the blood of ber emidren is,
alas I not that kind of Iron. You must take
iron ii a form that can be easily ab
sorbed and assimilated to' do you any, good,
otherwise it may prove worse than useless.
"I have used Nuxated iron "Widely
in my own practice in most severe, ag-
five grain tablets of Nuxated Iron three gravated conditions with unfailing results; X
times per day after meals -for two weeks,
then test your strength again and see how
much. you have gained. I have seen do
ens of nervous, run-down peopje who were
ailing all the while double their strength
and endurance and entirely rid themselves
of all symptoms of dyspepsia, liver and
other trou
bles in from
ten to four
teen days'
time simply
by t a k i n g
iron in the
tr mm
i '"' . ' .
Dr. Ferdinand King, New York Phys 'cion
ami Me 'ical Author, tells phys'ciam that
they should prescribe more organic iron
Nuxate ronjor their patients Says rn
cemia iron deficiency is the greatest curse
to the healt , strength,vit lity and beauty of
ti;e modern American Woman. Soun s
w: rningagainstuse o met
allic iron which may injure
the teeth, corrode the stom
ch and do far more harm
tii n good; advise'- us oj
only nuxate iron.
have induced many other physicians to
give it a trial, all of whom have -given
me most surprising reoorts in regard to ita
great power aa a health and strength builder.
"Many an athlete and prizefighter has
won the day simply because 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 aimply for tha
lack of iron." j
Dr. Schuyler C. Jaques, Vlsitin . Sur.
geon of St. Elizabeth's Hospital, New
York City, said: "I have never before)
given out any medical information or
advice for publication, as I ordinarily do
not believe in it. But so many - Amer
ican women suffer from iron deficiency
with its attendant ills physical weak
ness, nervous irritability, melancholy,
indigestion, flabby, sagging muscles,
eta., etc. and In eonseauence of their
weakened, "run-down condition they
are so liable to contract serious and
, -1 .1,' . 4k.. T i
my duty to advise all such to fake Nux
ated Iron. I Jiave taken it myself and
given it to my patienta with most sur
prising and satisfactory results. And
those who wish quickly to increase their
strength, power and endurance will find
it a most remarkable and wonderfully
effective remedy." 4
NOTE Nuxated Iron, which la. pre
scribed and recommended above by; phy
sicians in such a great variety of cases,
is not a patent medicine nor secret rem
edy, but one which is well knows to
druggists and whose iron constituents are
widely prescribed by eminent physiciana
both In Europe and America, Unlike tha
older inorganic iron products it is easily
assimilated, does not injure the teeth,
make them black, nor upset the stomach;
on the contrary, it is a most potent rem
edy in nearly alt forms of indigestion as
well aa for nervous, run-down conditions.
The manufacturers have such great confidence in
Nuxated Iron that they offer to forfeit $100.00 to any
charitable institution if they ctnnot take any man or
woman under 60 who lacks iron and increase their
strength 100 per cent or over in four weeks' time,
provided they have no serious organic trouble. They
also offer to refund your money if t doea not at least
double your strength and endurance in ten days' time.
It is dispensed in this city by Sherman-McConnelf
Drug Stores and all good druggists. Advertisement