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ARE ALLOWED IN
BIG BANK CASE
After Twenty Years Litigation
Court Designates Amount Due
; Attorneys in Capital Na
tional Bank Case.
Seward. Neb.. March 4. (Specia
Telegram.) At the afternoon session
of the district court here today; Judge
Good . decided the : Capital National
bank case, that for 20 years has been
in the courts, ;This decision involved
the fees., -, ,., v t:
?AttorneyJ.-J.,' Thomas was one of
the attorneys ana was to receive oj
000:1 CBurr.'of Lincoln, and R. S,
Nerval, of Seward, put in. claims for
attorneys fees, Mrs. Oeorge- uwiey,
widow of, the late attorney 'Lowley,
alio filed a claim.. - ; "'
tfudee Good allowed $8,000 to-Nor
vail Bros;. $8,000 to Burr; $18,000 to
Ttriee Thomas and SIJZUU: to , Mrs,
George Lowley, i i ,
Attorneys 4 Norval had assigned
whatever fee they received to the Red
Cress, and local Young Men's Chris
tian association, if they would employ
a lawyer to look aftet the case.
Captain Trimble Attends
3 - Funeral of His Brother
ft 1 (from a Staff Correspondent.)
Lincoln, Neb., March 4. (Special.)
-Captain A. M. Trimble, assistant
adjutant general of the Grand Army
ofjthe Republic left this afternoon for
Princeton, UK, where the funeral serv
ice's of his brother, Harvey; M, Trim
ble, past commander-in-chief of the
Gfand Army ot the Kepublic will be
Mr. Trimble died last winter about
the time of the' big snow storms
which tied up traffic and relatives were
not able to reach Princeton for the
funeral, to they were postponed until
Two Hastings Asylum
i Inmates Make Escape
', (From Staff Correspondent,)
Lincoln. March 4. (Special.)
Harry ralmer and George Bond, two
inmates of the hospital for the insane
at Hastings have escaped, according
to information sent the State Board
of Conrtol today.
Palmer was sent ur from Adams
tounty and Bond from Douglas county
for terms in the penitentiary, the
former having served Six years and
the latter three months. A short time
ago they were declared insane and
lent to the Hastings Institution.
Regan of Platte County
P P Files for State Senata
.(From a Staff Correspondent) 1
Lincoln, Neb, March 4. -(Special)
R.i C Regan of Platte, county has
filed for the democratic nomination
for the state senate from the Eleventh
district which comprises the counties
of Merrick, Folk and Platte, Senator
I. L. Albert of Columbus represented
the district in the lasi 'session., ' '
Mr. Regan has served several terms
in the, Tower branch of the legislature
and served ' the last two terms as
chairman of the committee on fail-roads.-'-
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Fifteen Soldiers Leave
; ' Curtis for Camp Funston
Curtis, Neb., .March 4. (Special
Telegrarp.)- The final IS per cent of
the first quota of registrant from
Frontier left this afternoon for Camp
Funston. The contingent entraining
from Frontier county consisted of IS.
Thirty others from the west were on
the train. ,'
An ovation by the Grand Army of
the Republic, and citizens generally,
spoke good cheer to the departing
soldiers, , - ., - ..
Normal Training Inspector
I ' Prepares for Conference
(From-'a Btaff Correspondent)
" Lincoln, "March 4. -(Special.) A.
H. Dixon, instructor of normal train
ing, has prepared a program for the
next of the normal training confer
ence which meets at McCook, March
15 and Id, ;.; : i . . . ." ;
Speakers on the program are State
Superintendent Clemmons and many
of he school principals in that section
ol"4he state. : v
Former Tecumseh Man
V: Has Federal Position
Tecumseh, Neb., March 4. (Spe
cial.) James W. McCroskey, a for
mer resident of Tecumseh, has been
appointed on the board of bureau of
enemy trade, . He. will make head
quarters at Washington.
' Laborer Ends Life.
K (From a Btaff Correspondtnt.)
Lincoln, March 4. (Special.) An
other attempt at suicide and the
eighth within two months in Lincoln,
proved a success this time when Will
iain P. Nestle, a laborer, 25 years of
age took carbolic acid and died on the
street near his mother's home. No
cause is assigned for the deed. He
Would be called in the next draft.
(T00 MUCH WEATHER?
j , , "
Stiff neck, rheumatic twinge,
' " "
i Out in that storm yesterday and
didn't think it would get you. Easily
remedy the after-effects of severe
Just apply a few drops of Sloan's
Liniment Don't rub It let it pene
trate jiaturally. Quick and positive re
lief will follow.
Clean, won't stain skin, refreshing,
eeonomciaL Very generous sized bot
tle. . Your druggist - and all others
have it. No increase in price 26c,
50c and $1.00.
TELEPHONE CO. LOSE
IN REDUCTION SUIT
Supreme Court Soles That
Property Assessed at 100 Per
V" Cent Valuation Must Pay
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
Lincoln: March 4. (SoeciaD Ac
cording to a decision of the supreme
courts tne , yearly "disturbance" be
tween the state board of equalization
and the railroad companies, will, to
a certain extent, be eliminated. Each
year the companies appear before the
board and present a mass of figures
lending, io snow mat tney are as
sessed too - high in comparison to
farm values and. as a general thins:.
their figures fall upon deaf ears.
Ine case before the state supreme
court was one involving the Lincoln
Telephone company which owns a
number of plants in Johnson county.
For the year 1915 the company re
turned .the actual value of the prop
erty in the county for taxation pur
noses, the value beine olaced at $173.-
O0O.? Later it asked that the property
be assessed at 75 per cent of that
sum. holding that it was the custom
of. the assessors to assess all other
property in the county at 75 per. cent
ot Us1 value,., ihe board declined to
ook at it that way and the company
appealed to the supreme court
I he , court holds that there : is no
redress" for the company in the way
they ask and that the only thing they
can do is to ask to have all other
property assessed at full 100 per cent
value. The law covering the matter
is interpreted by the court as follows:
Under a mandatory, unambiguous
statute making the actual value the
standard, for the ouroose of taxation
an owner of taxable property cannot
require a board of equalization to
value it. at 75 per: cent of its real
value on the plea that tax officers
generally conform to a custom to
make such reduction.
Two Are Convicted for
Violating Liquor Law
Grand Isiland Neb., March, 4.
(Special.) The first "second offense"
case of violation of the prohibition law
has been prosecuted, and the county
attorney and police and sheriff's of
fices still have 100 per cent of con
victions. George Guenther, a sport
ing goods dealers, and Ted Niess. a
cigar manufacturer, were arrested, the
former for being intoxicated and the
after for having liquor in his : pos
Guenther a was the second offense
and, though he is a business man, he
was given a 45 days' jail sentence.
After he was found guilty and the
sentence had been imposed he was
given three hours in which to arrange
his business affairswith his assistant,
The directors of the General hos
pital recently requested the resig
nation of Miss Lilley,'superintendent.
When the same took effect, all but
one or two of the nurses walked out.
A competent nurse from Providence,
R. I., is in charge, and, after a few
days for a thorough renovation, a
ull complement will again be en
Merchants From All Parts of
State Arrive for Market Week
Merchants' Market week is here.
Morning trains brought in merchants
from all parts of the state. They are
here to look over the stocks of goods
at the wholesale houses and buy
stocks for spring and summer.
Merchants Market week activities
are staged twice a year, in the spring
and fall. The wholesalers of Omaha
have banded themselves together and
pooled their interests to furnish high
class entertainments during Mer
chants' Market week.
Vaudeville and . musical entertain
ments will be staged at the Chamber
of Commerce tonight Refreshments
will be served and a 4ance will be
given. A masked ball and prize con
test is arranged for Tuesday night at
Wednesday night there will be
buffet dinner, a theater party at the
Orpheum and a midnight dance at the
The entertainment program of the
week will reach its climax Thursday
night, when "Jingling Bros." circus of
home talent will be out on at the Au.
Knights of Columbus??" '
Partake of Big Banquet
North Platte. Neb.. March 4. (Soe-
cial Telegram.) The largest banquet
ever held in this city was given last
evening by the local Knights of
Columbus, at the Lloyd' opera house,
in honor of 113 candidates who were
taken into the order during the after
noon. ' ' ' ' ' '
James T. Keefe acted as, toast-
master, and talks were made by State
Deputy Cochran, George F. Cor
coran. Bishop James Duffy, of Grand
Island; John B. Keefe, of Sioux City,
and W. W. Griffith. -
Musical selections were sriven bv
Miss Zora Trovilla,, Messrs. 'Paul
Harrington and Trevelyn Doucett
nates were laid tor' 335,
Elliott TriaiApru ii ' l
(From a Btaff Comipondent.)
Lincoln. March 4. (Special.) A
message received at the office of the
attorney general Snnonces that the
trial of John Elliott, cashier of the
defunct Tekamah bank will be started
April 22. Eight counts stand against I
Elliott. ' ":
High School Students
Raise Large Service Flag
Aurora, Neb.. March 4. (Special.
Hanging in the auditorium of the
Aurora high school is a huge service
nag with 91 stars, showing the enlist
ment of that many graduates and
former students of the schools in the
great world war. By reason of the
splendid volunteers, Hamilton county
has thus far escaped the draft. Not a
man from this county has been draft
ed into the national service. No other
county in the state has such a record,
The Aurora schools have also com.
pleted the contributions necessary to
enroll every one ot the 765 pupils as
a member ot the Junior Ked Cross.
Ihe funds came Jrom a school con
cert, a primary . entertainment and
voluntary subscriptions by the pupils
and their friends.
All but 28 of the high school pupils
have cither father, brother, cousin,
uncle or nephew in the national serv
ice. Forty-one high school pupils are
members of the Senior ..Red Cross,
12 are knitting and 41 are sewing
for the Red Cross. Forty-nine are
buying thrift stamps, 26 have war sav
ings certihcates, and 23 are owners
of Liberty bonds. The classes of the
high school subscribed for $300 of
Liberty bonds, and they are about all
jam mr oy me pupus.
In the department consisting of the
sixm, sevenin and eigntn grades, bun
erintendent Doremus has found 21
pupils owning Liberty bonds, three
with baby bonds, 28 with savings cer
tificates, 65 with thrift stamps and 20
wmi luciuMciBiup in inc senior itta
Cross. Altogether in the hich school
and the grades, about $5,000 of gov-
ei mucin octuruics are neia.
The teachers of the school ti9
also, been busy with war activities.
They provided for. comfort bags for
uujtb wno cniisiea trom the
school. They have also been bcv
with knitting and sewing and in push
ing the sale of thrift stamps and
bonds. Their latest activity has been
the card indexing of the question
naires frdm .the draft registrants of
Chandler Obtains Writ
And Foils St. Joe Officers
(From a 8taff Correspondent
Lincoln. March 4 fSnK-?an
After granting a requisition for the
return ot Charles Chandler, charged
with assault with intent to kill an old
couple in St. Joseph, the man was
aoie to o&tain a release by habeas
corpus proceedings and he is now in
the hands of Sheriff Simmons of Lan
"ster county pending a hearing.
Officers who were here from Sr. in.
seph to , take Chandler back with
them were compelled- to return this
evening, without their nan. ,4
Overland Tire Company ; ;
V-: Increases Capital Stock
Frora a Staff Correspondent) ', t
Lincoln, March 4. (Special.) The
state railway. commissibnJias granted
an application of the Overland Tire
and Rubber company of .Omaha for
an issue of stock, though cutting the
amdurft at this time from- $2,500,000 to
$1,000,000. . . . - .
Attorney George Tunnison repre
sented the company, which is officered
by James H. Davis, president; J. R.
Blowers, vice president and general
manager, and Harry Hildreth, secretary-treasurer.
Fire Destroys Newpaper r
And Electric Light Plant
Palmer. Neb- March 4. (SoeciaU
Fire of unknown origin destroyed
the electric light plant and Palmer
Journal office last night. '
Road Building Projects
In U. S. May Soon Be Started
(From a Staff Correspondent)
Lincoln, March 4. (Special.) A
message from James C. Wonders of
the United States Department of Agri
culture in charge of the work of rural
road building in this district, informs
State Engineer George Johnson that
the 19 projects which cover the 16
districts of Nebraska are substantially
in accord with the policy of the
government and that the siatae de
partment may go ahead with the fil
ings as far as these districts listed
This means that the work of road
building may be started as soon as
possible and that the $1,280,000 of
federal and state aid will be the
foundation to build on this vear. In
some counties the counties are making
kouu appropriations io neip along
ine worn. -
Newly Ordained Minister
Will Leave for Brazi
Deshler. Neb.. March 4. (Soecial.i
Albert, oldest son of Rev. William
Cholcher, was ordained as a minister
Sunday morning. Neighboring pastors
were present as . follows: Revs.
Meyer. Egirers. Schabacker. Taarels.
cecicer and waedner.
The young minister was recently
graduated from the St. Louis Theo
logical college, where his father com
pleted his studies before cominar to
Liesnier, and has received an appoint
ment as a missionary to Brazil.
The funeral of Mrs. Tohn Roden.
burg, who was stricken with paralysis
and oieu inursday morning of last
week, took place Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Rodenburg were pioneer
settlers or ihayer county and have
oeen identified with its best interests
since its organization.
Defense Board Urges
Employment of County Agents
. (From a Btaff Correspondent.)
Lincoln. March 4. (Special. Vice
Chairman Coupland of the State
Council of Defense is spreading seed
corn propoganda as fast as possible
and today issues the following cover
ing the matter:
The State Council of Defense
urges the employment of and co
operation with the county agents of
the state whenever possible. At the
same time the announcement is made
that C. E. Gunnels, state leader of
county agents, has now completed
the organization in 40 counties of the
state.. . Sixteen ; federal districts are
being arranged to handle the work in
the counties which have declined to
employ agents. In general the
counties in the eastern and western
sections of the state have employed
agents while in the strip down the
middle there has been reluctance to
employ agents. These 50 odd counties
are being divided into groups which
will be looked after by the agents
employed by the government
The statae council urges the coun
ties which have not yet finally made
decisions to choose an agent for the
county alone if that is possible. It
will in practically eyery case mean an
expenditure of less than that $1,800 a
year to the county and will insure ah
agent who will give his entire time
to the agricultural interests of that
Extra Laaa Pork Chops, per lb., .lie
Veal Chops, par lb., , . ,20c
All brand Creamery Butter,
per lb -4Sc
Strictly Freeh Efts, doi ...... 38c
1407 Deuslaa St. '
Hunters Without License .
Are Arrested and Fined
Beatrice, Neb, March 4. (Special.)
Len Folden and a boy named Bul
lis were arrested here yesterday on
the charge of hunting without a li
cense. Folden was fined $5 and costs
and the case against Bullis was con
tinued to Monday. Albert B. Connard
ot Kansas City and William Salmon
of Blue Springs were arrested on sim
ilar charges and fined $1 and costs by
judge woaisey at VVymore. The
complaints were filed by Deputy
uame warden Hentzelman of fair
bury, who has been working in this
section of the state the last few days.
Miss Eva Ramklu, aged 31, died
last evening at the home of her
mother, Mrs. Julia Ramklu, in this
city. She leaves a mother and one
Large quantities of eggs from the
surrounding country are heiner
shipped to the eastern markets by the
local produce men. During the last
few weeks no less than six rarloaH
have been sent east. Eggs are now
selling on the local market for 28
cents a dozen.
Albert Woelke of this ritv Mr Sun.
aay tor the Oreat Lakes training
camp near Chicago, havinsr recentlv
enlisted in the United States navy.
lieutenant KODert tmery, who has
been at the home of his narent in
this city recovering from an attack of
pneumonia, left yesterday for Camp
y iN' flX' 10 reJ'n his company.
The Lang Canning and Preserving
company of this city has established
a community sorghum mill here, and
have contracted with many farmers
in Gage couiity to plant from one to
three acres of sugar cane, thus in
creasing the supply of syrup to make
up tor the shortage of sugar.
Teachers for Public Schools
Engaged for Ensuing Year
Deshler, Neb., March 4. (Special)
The following teachers have been
engaged for the Deshler public
scnoois tor the ensuing year: H,
Jennings, Wilber, superintendent;
Lydia Weisel, Alexandria, principal
or nign school; Florence Uunigan,
Lawrence, Kas., assistant principal;
Hilda Jacobsen, Arapahoe, grammar;
Veda Beal, Deshler, intermediate;
Josephine Herney, Deshler, primary.
Soldiers Home Notes
Grand Island. Neb.. Msrch 4 rSniai i
The funeral of Charles Jonee wasield this
afternoon at I o'clock at the Home chapel.
lira. Martha Rhodes racelvml th. nt
the death of her only brother, Peter Husk,
which occurred at Charles Citv. I Sh
left for Elgin. 111., where the body will be
James M. Smith has ron ta iriArn
Neb., where he will participate in a sort
of family reunion tojbe given at the home
oi ma aaugnier in celebration of his 7th
birthday, and in honor of her son, who
i noma on xuriougn from Camp Funston
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sutllft have gone
to Lexington, Neb., for a three months' stay
The remains of John Ward; late of Com
pany M, 33d Iowa Infantry, whose death
occurred on February 27. were taken to
Doniphan, Neb., yesterday for Interment.
Mrs. Jacob Evans has gone to Blair, Neb.,
to reside with a daughter during the ab
sence of the latter's husband who la in
OLD SOLDIER IS
WOUNDED 4 TIMES
BUT STILL IN LINE
Goes to Reunion and Marches
Three Miles in Big Parade
UROM the feeble candle up to the dazzling
electric arc many Inventions have vied with
,rifiXi r Z 016 T Shines forth best
artificial light is dim and weak by comparison.
The most faigenioue Imitation never equals the
genuine. The one genuine Aspirin fa found ia
Bayer-Tablets of Aspirin
i"1 made h ,tte UnIted State9 w more than ten years. For
your protection every package and every tablet is mvariablymked wiS
Tfce tr de-rnsrk "Aspirin" (Rei
refund money if it fails. 25c
A Csaateod WOOatbatHas Steei Uw Teat.
Says Acid Stomach
Excess of hydrochloric acid
tours the food and form x
Sherman & MoConnell Drug Co.
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I JNUSUAL strength, power, durability and
flexibility are characteristics of the new
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With the liberal use in all vital parts of Chrome Vanadium steel
with frames, axles and serines "-'of liberal dimensions and highest
,iaue .consirucuon, jussei owners are esiaDiisn-
ing new nauiage and delivery records.
The ALL-YEAR Cab
Excluitve With Kind Truck
No more excessive wear and tear,; no laying up of
your trucks on account of the weather. " The ALL-YEAR Cab elim
inate this. In summer it ia a rnol. onn hnuaincr. In winter it he.
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vestigate the ALL YEAR Cab and the new Kissel truck models. Five new sizes ask for
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Get Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets
That ia tha fovful rrv nt hr.
n":.afd3 PtoducedOIJve Tablet
Dr. Edwards, a nrartirdncr ntureM-m tn.
17 years and calomel's old-time enemy,
discovered the formula for Olive Tablets
while treating patients for chronic con
etlpation and torpid livers.
Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets do not
contain calomel, but a healing, toothing
No griping is tho eynoteof these
little sugar-coated, olive-colored tablets.
They causa the bowels and liver to act
normally. They never force them to
If you have a "dark brown mouth? now
and then a bad breath a dull, tired
feeling kk headache torpid liver and
are constipated, you'll find quick; sure and
only nleasant results from on nr tm i;t.
tie tor. Ed ward3' Olive Tablets at bedtime.
aoousanos taice one or two every night
ust to keep right Try them, 10c and
Sc per box All druggists.
Cocoanut Oil Fine
For Washing Hair
If you want to keep your hair in
rood condition, be careful what you
wash it with.
Most soaps and prepared shampoos
contain too much alkali. This dries
the scalp, makes the hair brittle and
is very harmful. Just plain mulsified
cocoanut oil (which is pure and en
tirely greaseless) is much better than
the most expensive soap or anything
else you can use for shampooing, as
this can't possibly injure the hair.
Simply moisten your hair with
water and rub it in. One or two tea
spoonfuls will make an abundance of
f i ik j .t ii.
ricn. creamy uiuer, aim demises tne
hair and scalp thoroughly. The lather
rinses out easily and removes every
particle of dust, dirt, dandruff and
excessive oil. The hair dries quickly
and evenly and it leaves it fine and
silky, bright, fluffy and easy to man
age. You can get mulsified cocoanut oil
at most any drug store. It is very
cheap, and a few ounces is enough
to last everyone in the iamiiy for
Looking for work? Turn to the
Help Wanted Columns now. You
will find hundreds of positions listed
Undigested food delayed in the
stomach decays, or rather, ferments
the same as food left in the open air,
says a noted authority. He also tells
us . that indigestion is caused by
Hyper-acidity, meaning there is an
excess of hydrochloric acid in the
stomach which prevents complete di
gestion and starts food fermentation.
Thus everything eaten sours in the
stomach much like garbage sours in a
can, forming acrid fluids and gases
which, inflate the stomach like a toy
balloon. Then we feel a heavy, lumpy
misery in the chest, we belch up gas,
we eructate sour food or have heart
burn, flatulence, water-brash or nau
He tells us to lay aside all digestive
aids and instead get from any phar
macy four ounces of Jad Salts and
take a tablespoonful in a glass of
water before breakfast and drink
while it is effervescing, and further
more, to continue this for a week.
While relief follows the first dose, it
is important to neutralize the acidity,
remove the gas-making mass, start
the liver, stimulate the kidneys and
thus-promote a free flow of pure
Jad Salts is inexpensive and is
made from the acid of grapes and
lemon juice, combined with lithia and
sodium phosphate. This harmless salts
is used by thousands of people for
stomacn trouble with excellent re
DRINK HOT WATER
Says you really feel clean, sweet
and fresh inside, and
are seldom ill.
If you are accustomed to wake up
with sf coated toneue. foul breath nr
a dull, dizzy headache; or, if your
meals sour and turn into gas and
acids, you have a real surprise await
Tomorrow moraine, immediatelv
upon arising, drink a glass of hot
water with a teasnoonful of limestone
phosphate in it This is intended to
first neutralize and then wash out of
your stomach, liver, kidneys and
thirty feet of intestines all the indi
gestible waste, poisons, sour bile and
toxins, thus cleansing, sweetening and
purifying the entire alimentary canal.
Those subject to sick headaches,
rjacxacne, Diuous attacks, constipa
tion or any form of stomach trouble,
are urged to set a Quarter pound of
limestone phosphate from the drug
store ana negin enjoying this morn
ing inside-bath. It is said that men
and women who try this become en
thusiastic and keep it up daily.
Just as hot water and soap cleanse,
purify and freshen the skin, so hot
water and a teaspoonful of limestone
phosphate act on the stomach, liver
Kianeys ana Dowels. Limestone phos
phate is an inexpensive white powder
and almost tasteless. Adv.
"If it had not been for that Tanlae
I couldn't have gone to the Reunion .
at Memphis on the 8th of October j
and marched afoot for nearly three :
miles in the big parade," said Frank
R KenHrieV vjhn live at 4800 Char.
lotte Avenue.- Nashville, Tenn. Mr.
Kendrick is one of Nashville's Oldest
and best known citizens. .
As a member of Company I. Second .
Kentucky Cavalry, Basil Duke's .Regi
ment, General John B. Gordon's com-,
mand, Mr. Kendrick saw service
tvAllnVm.f Iia Pi.ril IVoi tttA WOT -
tlUVUUUUb bitC ViVU 1 & Mill.
wounded four different times.
"Tliiririop tha winter " amrt Mr. Ken.
' V.. ". .....
drick, "I suffered intensely with
rheumatism, and when springtime
came I went all to pieces. I had just
about made up my mind that my end
was not very far off. I looked like
I was on the verge of a general phy-
.- i j i: i t i J i i j
oicai ucnine, sou i uau buuui ueajjau- .
ed of ever walking again. I am 70
years of age, have fought a good fight
and have proven my record, and was .
ready to go. But since I got hold of
Tanlac J have set my head to round
out ninety years, and from the way
I feel now I believe I will do it. Be
fore I began taking this medicine I
was rapidly losing what little strength
and flesh I had, and was so weak and
debilitated it was all I could do to
walk from the bed to a chair, and
even that required great exertion. I
had no appetite at all, couldn't sleep
to do any good and was awfully nerv
ous. My flesh seemed to dry and I
suffered a great deal with headache.
"I doctored and doctored, but did
not show any sign of improvement.
I attributed my failure to get relief
to my old acre and declining physical
powers. But I made a bad guess, be
cause after taking Tanlac two weeks
I felt better and youneer than I
had felt in years. I am now on my
ninth bottle and am actually thirteen
pounds heavier than I was before I
began taking Tanlac. My clothes were
too large now they are too small,,
and I gUess I will have to buy clothes .
that will fit me comfortably. To make
a long story short the medicine just
seemed to fill me with new life and .
energy and put me right on my feet.
1 have a fine appetite now. , '
"As I told you before. I can now
walk anywhere and have thrown my.
cane aside because I don t need it
any more except for bad eyesight
I spent four days in Memphis at .
the Reunion, and just tramped
around all over town with the boys.
All around were men who gave out
during the parade, but at the end I
was right there, and didn't feel the -
least bit tired. 1 just got back a few
days ago and am awfully glad to tell .
'ou what Tanlac has done for me. ;
f I had the money I would buy every
old soldier a bottle of Tanlac. be
cause I believe it would add years- to
their lives." v i
Tanlac is sold in Omaha by Sher-
man McConnell Drug company,
corner 16th and Dodge streets : Owl
Drug company, 16th and Farnam '
streets; Harvard Pharmacy, 24th ' T
and Farnam streets; Northeast Cof
ner 19th and Farnam streets, and".
West End Pharmacy, 49th and Dodge '
streets, under the personal "direction
of a special Tanlac representative. ,V
Advertisement ' ' " ?
inani King,. Nat
and Miical Author
AT TIMES '
To help strengthen her ntrvu and
put color into herchctka
bu no beau
out iron. The
trouble in the
past tins been
td iron they
tnmni-h and dli more tiarm than
good. .1 always insist that my pa
tient! take only" organic iron Nux
ntorl Iron. This narticuliir form of
Iron U easily assimilated, does not
lilncken nor injur the teeth nor
upset the- stomach. It will increase
the strength . and endurance of
wexk. nervous, irritable, careworn,
luivriinl.lnnkiriir women in ten days'
time in many instances. . I have;
used it In my own practice with
nost surpiisins resuiis. cromano
ing. iL u. -
OTE: NUXATED IRON rseommsi
e by Dr. Ferdinand King can
trom sny Boon oruggin
auarantee ot success
II IS aropenian in inii
ll qsod druggists.
Sherman & McConnell Drug Co.,-'
Kectal Disease Cured, without a severe sur
gical operation No Chloroform ot Ethei
used Cure guaranteed PAT WHEN CURED
Write tor ltostrsted book on Recta) Disease, with
names tnd testimonial oi nor than (000 oromi-
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DR. E. R. TARRY : 240 Dee BIdg., Omaha, Neb.
For stubborn Sfl
skin troubles 13J
Even In severe, well-established .
cases of eczema, ringworm or similar
affections, Resinol Ointment and Res-,
inol Soap usually relieve the itching at
once and quickly overcome the trouble.
Physicians have prescribed this simple,
efficient treatment for many years.
All dnwftts sell Rohrat. Simple free. Dept
J-RKReiaol, Baltimore, Md. .....
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