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THE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: JANUARY 6. 1918.
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Mrs. Clifford Wolffe spent New
Year's with her brother, Lieutenant
uonald Macrae at Camp Dodge.
Mrs. R. S. Moore of Washington
D. C, speni the holidays here with
her mother, Mrs. Barclay, and her
sister, Mrs. A. E. Branton, of Omaha.
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Shaden and
daughter, Hazel May. spent New
Year with Mrs. Shaden's brother,
i-ee Kernmish. of Manilla.
.. The general chapter of St. FauTs
guild met Monday at the home of
Mrs. Fred D. Empkie as the guest of
the Bluff Street chapter. The regu
lar monthly business meeting was
tollowed by light refreshments
Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Hazelton enter
tained at dinner New Year's eve.
Their guests were Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Johnson, Mr. John M. Henry and
Mr. rrank Lougee.
Mr. Rusch Robinson, Brandsville
Mo., and his sister, Mrs. William R.
Haight, are spending the holidays
with Mr. Robinsons- son. Mr. R. l
Robinson, on Glen avinue. Mrs
Haight was formerly Miss Amy Rob
inson of. this city, ..nd this is her first
visit here for a number of years. She
is now returning from a Washington
trip, having stopped in Chicago to
visit hec husband's relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Benjamin of
this city and Mr., and Mrs. G. G.
Gideon of Omaha entertained abouf
35 of their friends at a New Year's
party at the Eagles' building. Danc
ing occupied the earlier part of the
evening, and a. the midnight hour
approached, the guests assembled in
the banquet room. After the dinner
a number of the guests gave an 'im
promptu entertainment. '
Miss Marion Unger, domestic sci
ence teacher of the public schools,
was married to Herbert Shimeall of
Goodland, Kan., Thursday, December
27. The groom . was on a furlojigh
from Camp Kearney and his parents
telegraphed Miss Unger an invitation
to spend the holidays with them. Mrs.i
ahimeall has been granted a leave ot
atesence until the beginning of the
new term to enable her to go to Cal
ifornia with her hushand on her wed
ding trip. '
Mr. and Mrs. 0. E. Hague, who
are making their future home in Con
cordia, Kan., were the guests of honor
at a watch party given Monday even
ing by Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lund.
. Mrs. Robert Mullis was among the
Council Bluffs mothers to' spend
Christmas in Deming.
The members of the L. S. T. club
were the guests of Mrs. J. C. Kretch
mer at 1 o'clock luncheon at the
Young Women's Christian associa
tion Wednesday. After luncheon the
guests, spent a very delightful after
noon at bridge in Mrs. Kretchmer's
room at the Grand hotel. Mr. and
Mrs. Kretchmer expects to leave soon
for California to spend the winter. "
Mrs. E. E. Norgaard entertained
the members of the Book and Thim
ble club Thursday afternoon. Miss
Mary Denny was the guest of honor
and read a very interesting paper on
child development. The club had as
its quests Mrs. Fred Hughes of Co-
zad, Mrs. A, D.- Campbell, jr.; ot
Peoria and Mrs. William Schmidt
Mr. and Mrs, E." Leaorw SJO Orleans
street, St. Paul, Minn., announce the
marriage of their daughter, Mary A.
Veronica, to Samuel J. Anglesey, To
ronto, Canada. The ceremony was
performed by Father O'Neill of St.
Michael's church December 26. " Miss
Leaon was formerly chief operator
for the telephone company and later
assistant chief for the Nortinvestern.
Mr. and Mrs. John P. Emig and
son, Edward, have returned from
Camp Cody, where they spent the hol
idays with their son, Walter, a mem
ber of Company B.
Mr. and. Mrs. W. E. McConnell
have returned from Albia, la., where
they were called by the sickness and
death of Mr. McConnell's father.
' The Ideal club held its annual
party at the Young Women's Chris
tian association parlors on Wednes
day afternoon. Covers were Jaid for
24 at one large T-shaped table. The
place cards were decorated with the
flags of the countries studied dunng
the 22 years of its existence. Mrs.
Stymest Stevenson and Miss lone
Armstrong were guests of the club.
Immediately after the luncheon the
club members went to the Red-Cross
rooms for work there. The club has
decided to suspend all programs dur
ing this time of need.
Fagalco Club at Gretna.
The Pagalco club held its annual
New Year's . eve entertainment at
Gretna, Neb. The evening was spent
in dancing and novel games and a
midnight dinner. The members and
Lovely Sarah Padden
AM Lonely Mary Trask
Actress May Play a Sketch
Written by Mrs. Henry
By ADELAIDE KENNERLY.
T LIKE vou. Sarah Padden!
Everybody ' likes you and there '
was something loveable about Mary
Trask, else how could she have won
the hearts of so many who do not
know Sarah Padden.
In "Thr Clod," a sketch by Lewis
Beach, this young actress holds her
audience from curtain to curtain.
Thev lauah at her in the beginning.
cry with her as the play goes on and ,
lite grows harder; they emote wun
her when, in desperation, she seizes
a shotgun and kills the intruders.
, Is she pretty? folks ask.
Is she harsh-voiced?
Is she reallv a clod?
Mary Trask Vs. Sarah Padden.
Yes, Mary Task is really a clod, but
Sarah Padden is the simplest, sweet
est, most unaffected, Irish girl you
Back behind the footlights, and
then bevend the staee. I met the am
bitious voung actress before "Mary
Trask" had been removed. It was
a revelaticn to watch the change.
The Clod wears ragged clothes
from top to toe. Her lingerie is old,
her hose are cheap cotton and her
slippers are slouchy; just the kind one
sees in a Door, delipidated farm house
where ignorance almost smothers life.
First the makeup comes olt ana
her skin is softened by a bit of
powder. ; No beauty spots, no mas
cara, no lip stick and, no curls, but
her hair is dressed becomingly with
rather a Broadway turn to it. Last
in the transformation Mary Trask's
slippers come off. Silk hose and dainty
boots take their place.
Behold! In a velvet street suit
stands Sarah Padden!
Mrs. Doorly s Play.
"Broadway and the white lights? I
fTave nothing against them, but give
me Springfield, 111., Des Moines, Kan
sas City and Omaha for real people,
real appreciation and warm hearts.
Why, I just love Kansas City, and
Omaha." This from Miss Padden.
"I have olaved golf at your Country
club in Omaha and have met some of
the best, breeziest, whole-hearted per
sons I have ever known," she continued.
"Do you know Mrs. Henry
Yes, we knew Mrs. Doorly.
"Well, she submitted a sketch. It
interested me at first. I read it again
and now I can't get it off my mind.
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MISS' SARAH PADDEN
The thought is splendid, unusual and
she has handled it beautifully. When
my Orpheum engagement is over I
think I shall play it in the spring.
"You asked something about an am
bition, back two miles or more, when
our conversation was young. Well,
my ambition is to be the greatest
American actress of this generation.
I may .never attain such heights, but
I can keep on hoping and working.
No Chance to Be Wicked.
"I love Mary Trask and half the
things she says on the stage are
thoughts from her own mind. It
struck her funny one day that 'there
is no rest for the wicked' and she
laughed to think how little chance
she had to be wicked. Now she tells
her audience about it.
"I could not b-; a gdqd Mary Trask
with one piece of fine lingerie on.
Why, a . decent hairpin would spoil the
whole thing. She is no different, you
know, from Sarah Padden.'"
Sarah Padden lacks the pose of the
average stage woman. She doesn't
try to impress one with her import
ance, but is anxious about such whole
some sports as golf and skating. She
likes the ambition of Omaha women
and declares that they have more pep
than women of most other cities.
Sarah Padden is not merely an en
tertainer. She is more she is a real
actress who loves her work, loves
people and life.
story as a religious
guests present were:
Alda Olson, -Ruth
XI. L. Shaw,
Ber. A. G. O'Connor, J. Cook
Leslie Smith, H. B. Raffner,
terg. Fred McDonald, Harold Eaton,
t. A. Johnson, Clarence Haas,
Mr. and Mrs. J. TV'. Morrill.
E. C. Smith.
Miss Condon's Party.
The V. F. J. club gave a New
dear's eve party at the home of Miss
31adys Condon. The guests of the
'esta Xis Entertain.
The Vesta Xis club entertained
A'ednesdaj? evening in honor of
Misses Marie O'Connor, Margaret Di
leen and Martha Frankfurt, who are
'lome foi the holidays from Chi
:ago, where they are studying art.
Those present were
Child-en Give Mystery Play.
Last Sunday afternoon, following
the evensong service at 5. the chil
dren of St. Barnabas' Sunday school
rave a beautiful presentation of the
'Christmas Mystery" in the chancel
of the church. Father Holsapple
trained the children, who-presented
Good Corn Meal Recipes
The South Atlantic states have
known the value of. corn in cooking
for a long time. -For this. reason we
can turn to them now forVnany de
licious recipes. The following, for
instance, is a favorite breakfast or
luncheon dish with them: .,
One can milk.
Three-quarters cup flour.
Three-quarters cup corn meal.
Two teaspoons baking powder. .
One-half teaspoon salt.
Add beaten egg to milk and add to
dry materials, well mixed.
And here is another delicious recipe
for muffins. 'Make them once for
breakfast and then see how many
mornings go by before your family
begins to ask: "When are you going
to have those corn meal muffins
One cup milk or water.
One and one-third cups flour,
Two-thlrda cup corn mea
One to two tablespoons fat.
One to two tablespoons sugar.
Four teaspoons baking powder.
One-half teaspoon salt.
Method 1 Mix milk, egg and
melted fat, and add dry ingredients,
Method 2 Scald corn meal with the
hot milk; add egg, melted fat, and
Mr. W. S. Wilcox was surprised
by 30 of his friends Thursday evening
at his home. He was presented with
We must sell this stock regard
less of cost Prices have been reduced
from 60 to 75. Anticipate your
future furniture needs and buy dur
ing this sale. We will hold goods un
til you want them. We will arrange
accommodations to suit your convenience.
Many attractive styles and finishes
in uimng tables ace to go on this
sale. Seduced to as Q JC
low as pO- O
Hundred of other bargains in dining
room furniture; also bedroom, parlor
and sitting room furniture. Don't miss
this money-saving opportunity.
Railroad fare free to out-of-town
buyers within 10 miles of Omaha on
purchases of $20 or more.
"You - can buy it . for lew at
. Car. 14th and Dodg St, Onuha
a beautiful chair upholstered in tap
estry by his guests as a token of their
esteem. Mr. Wilcox, who was in the
Union Pacific service for 30 years,
is now retired. . -'
Mrs. Roy T. Cathers, who has been
visiting her mother, .Mrs.1 John T.
Cathers, has returned to her home in
The elevated and subway roads in
New York City, which already have
women ticket sellers and platform
guards, are now to employ women
as ticket choppers.
Many girls at Wellesley college are
taking a 'var course in wireless telegraphy.
Mr. and Mrs. William Cole ' en
tertained at dinner Thursday evening
for their house guests, Mr. and Mrs.
Hans Nielson and daughter, Miss
Miss Martha Peterson.' who spent
the holidays with relatives at Fa
pillion, returned home Tuesday.
Miss Lena Paulsen entertained a
party at the Orpheum Tuesday even
ing for the Misses Mabel Best and
Mattie Kling of Hickman, Neb.
Mrs. Howard Miller returned home
New Year's day from a fortnight's
visit with her brother, Arthur Zibell
and family, on the home farm at
Wisner. Her brother has been an in
valid in bed the past two months
with catarrh of the head and stomach.
Miss Marie Carlsen, who has been
the guest of her mother, Mrs. Ola
Carlsen, for the holidays, returned to
Hastings Friday evening.
Miss Gurtha Long is substituting
for one of the grade teachers at Elk
horn during her absence out of the
state to attend the funeral of her
Miss Helen McGrail is spending her
school vacation with her grandmother,
Mrs. M. McGrail, of Lincoln.
Mrs. At Brizzi and three children
returned the end of the week from
their holiday vacation at Gretna with
Miss Nellie Grover. who has been
teaching at Scottsbluff, Neb., returned
this week to spend the rest of the week
with her sister, Mrs. A. Kinney, on
West Hickory street.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank S. Hensman
are grandparents a second time during
December, the latest arrival being
a daughter born Monday to their son,
Floyd and wife of Monmouth paric,
the other being their daughter, Mrs.
Frank Thomas, a son December 12.
Mrs. J. Morgan and daughters, the
Mesdames Miller and Smith, most
royally entertained the Jennings La
dies' Aid society Thursday for their
all day meeting. A fine quilt was com
pleted for Mr. Claggett and a great
deal of other sewing done. A line din
ner at noon was served by the
We are glad to note the improve
ment of Glen Webber, who was so
seriously injured by an auto in Oc
tober. He is able to sit up t bit
and may in another month be able
to return home from the 'University
Mr. and Mrs. J. Long and daugh
ter gave a dinner New Year's day for
their son, Carl Long, wife and son,
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Wisler and son,
Glen, who spent New Year's with her
sister, Mrs. M. Eastland, in Chicago,
returned home Wednesday.
Cecil Simmons is out of Central
High school this week on account of
a serious attack of tonsilittf.
Mrs. A. Kinney and family have
had as their New Year and week-end
guests her brother, M. O. Grover,
DE LUXE SCHOOL
116 South 18th
Now Beginners' Term Monday,
Jan. 7, at 8 p. m.
, Jazz taught every Monday even
ing at 0:30.
13 Lessons $6. Singla Losson 50c
The Mie Jewell and Florence
' Walnut 1037.
and wife and sister, liss Nellie Gro
ver of Scottsbluff, and G. A. Platz of
Mr. and Mrs. Fred C Jensen had
is their New Year guests Mr. and
Mrs. Fred Hoefner of Mindcn, la.,
and Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Wrieth of
. Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Grover and
daughter, Miss Evelyn, of Eckerman
spent , New Year in Council Bluffs,
the guests of his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Mv Grover.
Mr. and Mrs. Park Edgar gave a
dinner New Year's for their mother,
Mrs. Hattie Edgar, and Mr. and Mrs.
Hans Nielsen and daughter, Jane.
Mr. and Mfs. Carl Nielsen enter
tained Tuesday for Mr. and Mrs.
Fred Wabh' and children and Mr.
Mrs. II. G. Claggett, the popular
president of Jhe West Side Women's
Christian Temperance union, with her
daughter, Mrs. Earl Stevens, as as
sistant, will entertain the union at
their home, Forty-second and Marcy
streets, Thursday afternoon, January
10. Mrs. Dr. Berry of South Side
and Mrs. C. J. Roberts of Eckerman
will be present 'to give reports of
the national convention at Washing
ton, D. C. Everyone welcome.
Mrs. Herman Olcson and daugh
ter, Alice, of Benson and Mrs. A.
G. Westerbcrg and children of north
Omaha were house Rucsts for the
week-end of Mr. and Mrs. Hans Niel
sen. Mrs. Park Edgar, the welt-beloved
president of Jennings Ladies' Aid so
ciety, left with, her husband at mid
night Thursday for Scottsbluff in re
sponse to a telegram anhoucing the
sudden death of her father there.
Mrs. Ida A. Miller received a New
Year's letter and photo of her
nephew, Raymond Simon, at Fort
Clark, Tex., who is in the medical
department of the field hospital corps
and who expects to leave very soon
with his company for France.
Mr. and Mrs. Sorin Jensen gave a
family reunion at their home on
Forty-eighth and Mayberry avenue
on New Year's night to the following
of their family residing-in Omaha:
Their daughter, Mrs. Fred Nusbaum
and family; daughter, Mrs. M. B.
Randall and family; daughter, Mrs.
G. Sulzberg and family, and daughter,
Mrs. James Leraly and family; Mr.
and Mrs. George Hanson, sons, Al
fred Jensen, Lewis Jensen .and Miss
Margaret Brim. This, with the nu
merous gtandchildren, made a merry
Michigan Women Assist
the Draft Board
Members of the -Marshatl unit of
the ..-Oman's defense committee
proved themselves of real patriotic
value when they volunteered their as
sistance to the Calhoun county draft
board in the classification of. all the
men registered who had not been
called into service. -
The attorney general of New York
has rendered a decision to the effect
that women lawyers, admitted to prac
tice in New York state who arcrhar
ried to aliens. German or otherwise,
lose their rights to practice law in the
state courts. -,.,.. ,
There I Only One
Look for tal taprtat
on the en yea receive.
M. F. SHAFER ft
Omaha' Only .
Calendar House. .
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This institution it the only; one
in the central west with separate
buildings situated in their ' own
ample grounds, yet entirely dia--tinct,
and rendering it possible to
classify vases. The one building
being fitted . for : and devoted. ..to'
the treatment of non-contagious
and non-mental diseases, no others
being admitted; the 'other Rest
Cottage beinjf : designed for, - and
devoted to the exclusive ? treatment-
of Belect mental cases re
qulring'for a time watchful care
and special nursing. , . r . '
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Begin The Hew Year Right-Buy a Dianond on Credit and Save floaey
promised you a delightful surprise. I assured
you my new Egyptian Chocolates would please
you more than any other candy. Now I know
did not disappoint. .
I thank you.
"They are truly wonderful bo rich, yet sb
light I did not think chocolates could be so
exquisite." Another told me. "The most de
licious I have ever tasted the most satisfy
ing." Many more have wished me congratula
tions. My dealers advise me they are the
choice of their most particular patrons.
Again I thank you.
Egyptian Chocolates are different. I intended
them to be different. They are prepared from
materials found in no other chocolates. Their
fruits are the choicest grown; their chocolate
the best made. Their recipe it is "my own,
v the result of my many, many years' study and
experience. I give them my personal attention,
that every one shall be as surpassingly desir
able as I can make it.
Egyptian Chocolates are prepared in pound
boxes only. Each box contains a delicious as
sortment of different flavors. They are to be
found at most good dealers.
Order a box today. They will delight you.
1179 Cameo Ring,
four fins diamonds,
pink Coral Csmao,
tin solid 25
$2.80 a Month
659 Ladies' Dia
mond Ring, 14k
olid told, "Lot
$8 a Month.
The Diamonds are
mounted so as to look
like on lar( solitaire
that would cost three
or four times aa much.
Manrele ef Beauty
at $80, $78, $100 and
Credit Terms I
1 M, $1.88, $2J0an4
$3 per week.
11 VALUE J
Our annual January 'Clearance
Sales afford you an opportunity
to buy Diamonds, Watches, Jewel
ry, at a very great saving. The
best resolution you can make for
the NEW YEAR is to "Save a
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Fout .J .' I2.B0
Diamonds -g7L ' Month
lift La ValHera, fin solid told, men
rold learee. bright finish, 4 fin, brilliant
Olamonda. Specially priced for , dJOC
January tales at efaCU
$2J0 a Month '
Wa Accept Liberty Bonds at 105
ia payment for aay , of . our mar- '
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$1J0 a Mpnth
The Old Reliable, Original
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Burg esfNath Co. Department Store.
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The Silver-Tongued Orator of ;
Minnesota, Charles A. Towne,
Former United States
Late Member of Congress from New YorkNominated for Vice President
Recommends Nuxated Iron to AH
Who Feel the Need of Renewed Energy
Says That Henceforth He Shall Not Be Without It
CAN BE CURED
Free Proof To You
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with such phenomenal success as has
Nuxated Iron Over three million
people annually are taking it in this
country alone, to say nothing of the
vast number who are using it in
France, England, South America and
other countries. It has been highly
endorsed and used by Former United
States Senators and members of con
gress; physicians who have been con
nected with well-known' hospitals
have prescribed and recommended it;
Monseigneur Nannini, a prominent
Catholic clergyman, recommends it
to all members of th Catholic
Church. Former Health Commissioner
Wm. R. Kerr of Chicago says it ought
to.be nRed in every hosnital and De
scribed by every physician; Dr. H, B.
Vail, formerly Physician in the Balti
more Hospital and a Medical Exam
iner, says that time and again he has
prescribed Nuxated Iron and surpris
ed patients at the rapidity with which
the weakness and general debility
were replaced by a renewed feeling
of strength . and vitality; Former
Fjrst Assistant Post Master Gen
eral of the United States, C. P.
Grandfield, strongly endorses and
recommends it to the tens of thous
ands of civil service employes who
know his name and signature. Sarah
Bernhardt "the Divine Sarah," the
world's most noted actress, has order
ed a large quantity sent to the
French soldiers to help give them
strength, power and endurance.
' The famous "Cyclone" Davit, member of the
64th United Statet Congress, says the effect
of Nuxated Iron on him was almost magical,
that after taking it, nothing teemed to tire
him out no matter how strenuous it might
be. Sr. A. J. Newman, late Police Surgeon
of the City of Chicago, and former House
Surgeon Jefferson Park Hospital, Chicago,
tayt Nuxated Iron hat proven through hia
own tests of it to excel any preparation he
hat ever used for creating red blood, build
ing np the nerves, strengthening the muscles
and correcting digestive disorders.
Dr. Schuyler C. Jaqnes, Visiting Surgeon
St. Elizabeth's Hospital, New York, taya he
hat never before recommended any remedy
to the public, but that in the case of Nux
ated Iron he would feel he were remist in
hij duty not to mention it. Dr. Ferdinand
King, New York Physician and Medical
Author, says that in his recent talks to phy
sicians on the grave and serious consequences
of iron deficiency in the blood of American
women he has strongly emphasized the fact
that doctors should prescribe more organic
iron Nuxated Iron for their weak, run
down, nervous, . htggard-lookinc fatten ta.
What Senator Towne Says:
"A a member of
Congrett from New
York, a a member of
Congrett and Senator
from Minnesota, at
participant in political
campaigna and candi
date for Vice-Preii-dent,
energy and reserve
force were tremend
ously drawn ' upon.
That I luryived these
trials and came into
advanced middle . life
with the elasticity and
strength ef a boy it
unquestionably due to
the rig oroua attention
I have paid to the pro-
per car of my body,'
Recently I bay been
t taking-, Nuxated Iron
and hay found it
the greatest benefit as
a tonic and regulative.
Henceforth I shall not
be without it. I am in
a position to testify
for the advantage of
others, to the remark
able- and' immediate
h e Ip f u Iness of this
remedy, and I unheti
tatingly r e commend
Nuxated Iron to all
who feel the need of
renewed , energy and
the regularity of bodi-
iy functions." . -.
Ty Cobb, the great
est base ball batter
of all time, took It to
help give him renew,
ed energy and great
ttaylng power. No
matter what any
body tayt, you could
not, at thit day, get
tueh prominent men
to endorte a remedy
that haa no value
a great array.
Dr. E. Sauer, a Boston phytician who has
studied both in thit country and great
European medical institutiona, taid: 'Nux
ated Iron it a wonderful remedy. Not long
ago a man came to me who wae nearly half i
a century old and asked me to give him a
preliminary examination tor me insurance.
wat astonished to find him with the blood
pressure of a boy of twenty, and at full pf
vigor, vim and vitality at a young man: in
fact, a yonng man he really was, notwith
standing hia, age. . The secret, he said, wat
taking iron Nuxated Iron had filled . him
with renewed life. At JO he wat io bad
health : at 46 he wat careworn and nearly all
in now at 60, after taking Nuxated Iron, a
miracle of vitality and his face beaming with
the buoyancy of yeuth. If people would only
take Nuxated Iron when they feel weak and
run-down instead of dosing themselvet with
habit-forming drugs, stimulanta and alco
holic beverages. I am convinced that in thia
way they could ward off disease, preventing
it becoming organie in thousands of eases,
and thereby the lives of thousands might be
Minnesota's Man of Mark
Former United States .Senator,
Charles A. Towne, graduated from
the University of Michigan, twice
elected member of the United
States Congress, served in the
United States Senate, nominated
for Vice President, takes Nuxated
Iron; now- recommends it to all
who feel the need of renewed
saved who 'sow'. dia
very year from
p n e n monla, grippe,
kidney, liver, hart
trouoie ana ozner
dangerous - maladies.
The real,' true cause
which started their
disease was . nothing'
more or lets than a
brought on by a lack
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11 uu in ui uiwv.
Thousands of people
suffer from iron de
ficiency and do not
.. know it. . -If
you are -not ttrong or well, you ewe
Mo yourtelf to make the following tests
e how long you can work or how far you
j walk without becoming tired. Next take
wo five-grain tablets of Nuxated Iron three
timet per day after meals for two weeks.
Then test your strength again and see how
much you have gained.
- NOTE Nuxated Iron, which" Sat been ' seed by
Former Coiled States Senator Towne wltti snob tor
prisinr mult, and wbicn It prescribed and reoow
mended above by phyilolus to such a treat variety
ot esses. Is not a patent medicine nor secret remedy.
where. Unlike the older Inortsnle Iron products. It
la eiill SMlmilsted. does not injure the teeth, make
then black, nor upset the stomach: oa the contrary
It is a most potent remedy In nearly an forma ef
Indigestion, ss well as for nervous, run-down enndi
tlona. The manufacturers hare such treat confidence
In Niuated Iron that they offer to toz'Mt tlOO.04 to
any charitable Institution IX they eaauot take any
man A, tjnmin unrim alttb aha lflka Imn anf hi
crease their strength 100 der cent or nter in four
wu. ' 1 1 ma nm.liu.il th hlH HA BantMis nrr.nw
trouble. They also offer to refund your money If H
does not at least double roar siren (th and enduraaet
in ten days' time. It Is dispensed by Sherman aj
ucvjxuiaii vnuj swm sou au (ooa aruitiais.
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