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LEAD OVER GIANTS
IN 5 T03C0MBAT
Make Four Out of Five; Win in
Series Witt) New York;
Phillies Once More
New York; Aug. S. Chicago de
feated Nw York today, 5 to 3, mak
ing it four out of five in the aeries
and increasing its lead over the Giants
to six and one-half games. Score:
flaek.rf t 9 Bum
0 'Cora' ton
Total! IS Sit IS S
Total It I IT II 1
' "Batted (or Thorp In ntntti,
Batted (or Causey In ninth.
Batted (or Vaughn In sixth.
Batted for Carter In eighth. , '
Ban (or OTarrell In the eighth.
Chicago ......I I t.t 0 I 0 S
New York .... 1 I Oil 0 I
Two-base hit: Sicking, Toner. SaorKIc
hits: . Fletcher,' Barber, Zelder. .Left on
basea: New York, 4; Chicago, 4. First
base on errors: Chicago, - 1. Bases on
balls! Oft Toner, ll Causey, 1; Vaughn. I.
Hits: : Off Vaughn, I In (lv Innings: Car
ter, 1 In two Innings) Douglas, I In one In
ning; Toner. I In seven 'and two-thirds In
ntngs; Causey, I In. on and two-thirds In
nings. Struck out: By Vaughn, I; Doug,
las. I: Toney, 1. Losing plWheri Toney.
Phillies Lose Again.
Philadelphia. Aug. 6. Jacob beat St.
Louts today (or the second time In (Ive
day the visitors having won the other
four games. Today's score ws I to 1.
Paring has running helped. Fisher, Stock,
Meusel and Hemingway tried to outdo each
tither (or recklessness. Score:
R H B
St. Lout .......1 I 0 I I 0 9 01 ' 4 I
I'Mladelphta ...0 4 9 1 9 9 4 9 01 I 1
Batteries: Dcak and Oonsales; Jaoobs and
. Adam. .
Brave Cop L On.
Boston, Aug. I. Boston took the last
ram of the aerie from Pittsburgh, today.
1 to t. Score:
Unstna ....I I I 0 I 0 0 0 1 -1 I 9
Pittsburgh .... I I I I 0 0 00 I
Batterlos: Rudolph, nd Wilson; Adams and
8 hmlut. . ,
Red Defeat Dodger.
Brooklyn, Aug., (.Fans who aaw Cin
cinnati defeat Brooklyn, ( to 9, her today
ulso witnessed a personal encounter before
the game between Karl Neal and Lee
slat. Score: : v'
A . ;' ' 7 V' M - -y- ; ; Vv R. H. B.
Cincinnati 0 110 9 110 11 II I
UrOjklyn ...... .0 0 0 0 9 0 0 0 00 4 1
Batteries: Regan and Wlngo) Robertson,
Cheney and Archer. -
Army Horse Endurance Race
to Be Held during Ak-Sar-Ben
L. C. Nash,' chairman of the Army
Horse Endurance Contest committee,
las received notice from Washington
, approving the dates, September 30 to
October 5,. so the contest will end in
Omaha during Ak-Sar-Ben.
' The route has not been selected, but
the contest will start at some point in
Kansas, and will be between 200 and
300 miles in length. The horses will
make about 40 miles a day. X his is
not a race, as time is a .minor factor.
The horses will bt judged ckiefly on
their condition tt the end of each day
and 24 hours after the contest
enth district of the Army Horse asso
ciation, comprising the . state a, of
Kansas and Nebraska.
The committee in charge of the
contest is L. C Nash, George Bran
deis, Everett Buckingham, J. E.
Davidson. W. W. Head, Major John
Maher and M. C Peters. Arthur
Thomas is secretary.
Great Lakes Win Naval
Base Ball Championship
Chicago, Aug. 5.The Great Lakes
naval training station team Von the
. . ... it.'. ? . ,
navai oasc oau cnampionsnip toaay,
. defeating a team representing the At
lantic fleet in the third game of the
series at the National league park, 11
t .1 , T . r.i, j
iacs, juticot isucr ana v.iciiiuiis,
Atlantic fleet, Durning and - Kaiser,
Banks. -. ' '
Much Interest in Big
miiuaiy rioiiiu iuuciv
The extraordinary interest dis
played in the big military picnic at
Lakeview park Tuesday, insures the
.......... f tu. .(r.:.
The picnic, held under the auspices
of the 62nd balloon company of Fort
Omaha, is for the beneH of the com
Trotting Opening of Great Wester) mect
t at Burlington. Ia. The Delawar Hand!-
, for fee three-year-old, at Karatoga.
i ating Grand America) handicap trap-
-tng tournament, at Chicago.
. -.Hint Johnny Bond vs. Fraakl Brltt,
round, at Boston. '
Confer on Wheat Crop.
V tshington. Aug. 5. The joint ag-rr-ttaral
advisory committee o,f the
tricultural department and the" food
ninistration began .conference to-
l :y on the subject of the 1919 wheat
crop. rrThe government price for 1919
; -1 te among the matters Qiscussed.
Calendar of Sports
. S ..."
Standing of Teams
Standing of the Team.
NATi. LEAGUE. AMER. LEAGUE.
Chicago ...44 13.440
New York .51 40 .62
Plttiburgh .49 44.(24
Phlladel'l 44 41 .483
Cincinnati ,.4 11 .447
Cleveland ,.63 44 .46
Washington 54 45 (50
New York ..4 44.445
Chicago ....47 41 .475
Brooklyn ..44 41.443
Boston ....41 44 .434
8U Louis ...45(1.4(1
Detroit .....44 63.451
St. Loul ..4tl0.412Polladlphla 40 51.404
Bt Loul. 1 Philadelphia, I.
Boston, 1; Pittsburgh, 0.
. Chicago, 4 1 New York, I.
Cincinnati, I; Brooklyn. 9.
Philadelphia, 6( Chicago, I.
No other games played.
'Game Today. ...
. ' AMERICAN LEAOUE.
Washington at Cleveland, Philadelphia at
8t Louis, New York at Chicago, Boston at
' " NATIONAL LEAOUB.
Cincinnati at New York; Pittsburgh at
Philadelphia, Bt Lou la at Boston, Chicago
at Brooklyn. ,
AND FIELDING PUT
Philadelphia Takes Final Game
Of Series From White
. Sox by Score of Five
(SMSMSIBBWSBM . ,
Chicago, Aug. 5. Dugan's batting
and fielding gave Philadelphia the
final game of the series with Chicago
today, S to 2. Dugan's home run
which followed singles by Perkins
and Dikes gave the Athletics a lead
which could not be overcome, score:
AB H O A.B. AB H O.
Kopp.lf 5 0 0 1
Odood.of 4 1 S 0 1
Acosta.rf 4 110 OUIbold.K I 0 I 0 0
Walker.cf 10 10 om.Colns.2b 114 11
Burns,lb 4 1 It 0 OOandll.lb 4 1 S 0 0
Qardnr.lb 4 10 1 0J.Colns.rf 1110 0
Perkins. lilt ORlsberg.s 4 1 4 S 0
Dykes.lb 114 1 OM'Muln.Sb 4 I 0 I 0
Dugan,sa I I lit lSehalk.o I 0 I 1 0
Perry, p 4 10 1 OBens.p 1 0 0 4 0
Murphy 110 0 0
Total ,1(101130 18hlnbk,p 110 0 0
Weaver 1 0 0 0 0
Total 31 11 17 II S
Batted for Bon in fifth.
Batted (or Schalk In ninth.
Philadelphia t.10010000 0 I
Chicago 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 01
Two-bat hit: McMullln. Three-base
hit: Gardner. Horn run: Dugan, Stolen
base: McMullln. Sacrifice bits: Letbold,
Sohalk, B. Collins, Walker. Double play:
Dugan to Dykes 2), Dykes to Dugan to
Burns. Left on bases; Chicago, I; Phila
delphia, 5. First base on errors: Chicago,
l; Philadelphia, 1. Bases on balls: Off
Shellenback, 1. Hits: Off Bens. I In (Iv
innings; off Shellenback, 1 In tour inning.
Struck out; By Perry, I; by Bens, 1, Los
ing pitcher: Ben
All Suspected Slackers with
, One Exception Are Released
, All of the suspected slackers
rounded up Saturday night by federal
agents, have been discharged except
James Costos, who is being held for
further investigation. The other men
were able to dig up documentary evi
dence of having properly registered.
Costos was found to have had
trouble previously. He was arrested
in March on a ch-rge of desertion and
the customary $50 reward was paid
for his arrest at For Crook.
A few weeks later the man was
turned loose and claims to have been
promised certain papers that would
nave freed him of the charge. These,
he says, he did not receive.
.The case will be turned over to the
authorities at Fort Crook, who will
be uikti to investigate the desertion
charge and find out whether Costos
is still wanted.
Buffet Car Porter is Held
for Possession of Booze
A. L. Monteen, 2562 Lake street, is
being held by the police for inveesti
gation. He was arrested in a buffet
car of the Great Western railroad.
Eighteen ouarts of whisky were found
ln the car, it is alleged. Two other
negroes in the car escaped. ;
Son of Congressman Sloan
Arrives Safely in France
. Congressman Sloan, while in Oma
ha yesterday, received information of)
the arrival of one of his sons, Charles
P. Sloan, "somewhere in France."
The younger Sloan is with the avia
tion service of the American Expe
Itching. Scratching; Skin Diseases
Jhat Burn -Like Flames of Fire
Here It a Sensible Treatment
That Gets Prompt Results, v
Sor real, downright harassing
discomfort very few disorders can
approach so-called skin diseases,
inch as Eczema, Tetter, Boils, erup
tions, scaly irritations and similar
jkin troubles, nothwithstanding the
lavish use of salves, lotions, washes,
and other treatment applied exter
nally to the irritated parts. ,
No one ever head of a person be
ing afflicted with any form of skin
diseases, whose blood was in trood
condition." Therefore, it is but Toxi
cal to conclude that the proper meth
od of treatment for pimples, blotches,
NEW RECORD AT
Lu Princeton Establishes
World Mark by Trotting
Mile in 2:02 1-4; Kelly
DeForest Also Wins.
Cleveland, Aug. 5. Lu Princeton,
driven by Walter Cox. today estab
lished a new world's recbrd for a
stallion by trotting miles in 2:02J4
and 2:02j in the 2:05 event, the fea
ture of the opening day of the sec
ond Grand Circuit meeting of the
'year at North Randall track. The
previous, record was set by Peter
Volo in 1915, whep he trotted a two-
liMt rar in 2:02' and 2:02i.
I Lu Princeton was an odds-on fa-
I J -J-.I l:. k..t.... k.. I
jVuruc anu rewarucu uia untnci s uy
easily winning the race in straight
heats. Royal Mac had no trouble in
The 2:09 trot fell to the favorite,
Kelly DeForest, which captured the
race after succumbing to General
lYorke, a rank outsider, after a thrill
ing struggle in the first heat Kelly
.DeForest had things his own way
in the second heat, but just managed
to win the third by the shortest of
margins from Opera Lxpress.
I.Ot class trotting, purs 11,200:
Kelly Deforest, Murphy I 1, 1
Oen Yorke. Nuckols 1 41 I
Opeia Express, Fleming 4 I
Doris Watts. Lee 3 7
Legal W Miss Isabella McGregor, Lou
Jennings and Rusttcoat also started,
Time: 3:0614, 1:08. 3:08H.
1:05 class trotting:, nurse 11,(00:
Lu Princeton. Cox.. 1 1
Royal Mac. Murphy I 1
Ima Jay, Ernest ..I I
Axtten. Harris 4. 4
Miss 'Directed, Distanced. l
Time: 3:02. I:02V4.
The News, 1 year-old trot, value 3)1,620:
X-Brustloff. Qeers 1 1
X-Prlncess Etawah, White ...3 1
Dorothy Day. Murphy 3 4
Brother Peter, Fleming 4
Peter L., and King stout also started. t
Tim: l;lltt, MOtt,
1:11 class pacing, purs 11,000:
Walter II. Palln 1
Jsannte Castle, Shank S
Lady Todd, King 2
Jack The Clipper. Rhodes ....3
Billy Landls, Big Frank D, Cochato
Banks, Judge Sale, Baby More, Lady Little
ton. Brother James, Walter Pointer and
Willie Fal also started.
Time: 1:0614. 1:08)4, 1:01.
Judge Day Predicts. End
of Kaiser at Camp podge
"If the kaiser could have seen what
I saw at Camp Dodge last week, he
would throw his hands up and yell
Kamcrad,' remarked Judge Day of
the district court on his return trom
a vacation of two weeks.
The iudire visited at the camp on
his way back home from Lake Oko-
"I saw 40,000 of the finest young
men in the world," said the judge,
referring to the camp.
I He enjoyed a day with Major Amos
Thomas of Omaha, who has charge
of the military police of the camp
and in Des Moines. The major has a
staff of 300 men and on the occasion
lof the visit of Judge Day there were
only 16 men in the guard house.
At dinner the judge was served
onions, potatoes, tomatoes, corn and
turnips grown in the war garden at
Alleged Peeping Tom is
Held by Police Officers
Joseph Taylor, 2859 Miami street,
was arrested Sunday night by police
and is being held for investigation.
Police allege that he was arreested
while peeping in windows in the
neighborhood of Twentieth and Pink
Held for Stealing Auto
and Passing Bum Checks
G. F. Sexton, 3704 South Twenty,
seventh street, was arrested Sunday
night and is bemg held for investiga
tion. Police allege he was arrested
in a stolen automobile and that he is
also wanted for passing several
NOT IN CAttOOTS
Bom people think th cleaners are in
cahoots. To disprov this her is the
seal of prices on men's two-piece suits!
11.00, 11.10, 11.26, S1.S5. 11.40 and
11.60. W chirg $1.60 without apolo
gies. Carey Cleaning Co., I& years in
Omaha and w expect to b her a long
time yet. ,
sores, boils, roujh, red and scaly
skin, is to purify the blood and re
move the tiny germs of pollution that
break through and .manifest their
presence on the surface of the skin.
People in all parts of the country
have written us now they were com
pletely rid of every trace of thpse
disorders by the use of S. S. S., the
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medical advice regarding; yonr cas.
Address Swift Specific Co., 443 Swift
Laboratory, Atlanta, Ga.
MANY ON HAND AT
Henry Pcndergast High Gun in
198 Qui of 200, a
Chicago, Aug. 5. The 19th Grand
American handicap trap shooting
tournament opened today with 226
shooters participating in the South
Shore introductory, the 200-target
HMHEcT yGom FILMLAND
On the Screen Today
RIALTO "THE BLINDNESS OF DI
VORCE." BUN WILLIAM S. HART In "THE
SQUARR DEAL MAN."
EMPRESH LEE KIDS In "DOINQ
APOLLO 29th and Leavenworrh.
CONSTANCE TALMADOB In "UP THE
ROAD WITH SALLIE."
GRAND 16th and Blnney. WILLIAM
8. HART In "THE TIGER MAN."
l.OTHKOP 24th and Lothrop. Theda
Bars ln "A FOOL THERE WAS."
OKPHKIM, Houth Hide 24th and M.
FANNIE WARD in "INNOCENCE."
BOHLFF 2M9 Leavenworth. THEDA
BARA In "THE FORBIDDEN PATH."
ALHAMBRA 24th and Parker. AN
NETTE KELLERMAN In "A DAUGHTER
OF THE GODS."
Sun There will bo a change of program
here today with William 8. Hart in "The
Square Deal Man" appearing for two days.
Hart plays the part of a gambler of the
west who, believing that he ha shot a
man, forswears his profession aa a gam
bler. He Is known far and wide and run
ning a "square" gam and some of the
most thrilling gambling scenes over en
acted are built Into this Hart play. The
big westerner appears well aa a bad man
and yet when he changes his lit be hss
the sympathy of his audience aa ai pic
turesque character with a big, generous
heart. It Is a strong story and ha a
pleasing love story In it,
Mas "Mleslng." on of the real thrill
Ing play that bav been produced concern
ing the great war. will be run again today.
The play deal with the adventures of a
young soldier who la reported "Missing,"
but he finally turn up after a surprising
aerie of adventure and finally win the
girl of his choice. It Is a powerful story
and one that bring to the people at home
a real Insight Into war activities on the
western front On Wednesday will be seen
Juno Caprice In "Miss Innocence."
Empress Slacker are being given an ob
ject lesson at the Empress where Jane and
Katharine Lee in their new play, "Doing
Their Bit," are demonstrating what would
It's drollery, with Just the proper admix
Ita drollery, with just the proper admix
ture of thrill and tensity, wean one's
thoughts from the thermometer. The act
ing of the Lees affords many opportunities
for hearty laughter, especially for the
Bnuidels "To Hell With the Kaiser," the
Metro picture which opens at the Brandels
theater next Saturday, has hsd Its New
York engagement at the Broadway theater
extended for the second time and the ca
pacity audiences continue to pack every
performance with no signs of abatement.
This film show the way In which Wllhelm
II plunged the world Into war. The for
tunes of an American family are followed
In the story and In revenge for the ghastly
fate of her little alster ln a Belgian con
vent, Alice Monro brings about the down
fall and death of the kaiser. A beautiful
love story runs through this powerful nar
rative. Lothrop "A Fool Ther Was," with
Theda Bar In th Heading role, will be
shown her again today for th last times
It la a thrilling play built upon a scenario
written after th famous poem of Kip
llnr'M Theda Bara la known as one of the
cleverest vamp actresse on th screen to
day and her work In tni story is proDaoiy
th best along that lln In which she has
ever been seen. In addition to the feature
ther will be hown Mutt and Jeff and a
TWO SHOWS IN ONE."
Vaudeville' Favorite Entertainer.
ABBOTT & MILLS
Comedy Singing and Talking.
LA FRANCE BROS.
-tn a Garden af Eoullibristlc Novelties.
-THE HULA HULA DANCE."
Present Jan A
A Play All Patriot
62d COMPANY Dance
BENEFIT COMPANY FUND
classic from 18 yards, and 40 profes
sionals shooting for the professional
championship of the United States.
The introductory was won by Henryi
J. Pendergast of Phoenix, N. Y.,
four times champion of New York
state, with a score of 198 breaks in
The professional championship was
won by Homer Clark of Alton, 111.
Clark and R. R. Barber of Minneapo
lis, tied with 194 breaks and it re
quired three shoot-offs of 20 targets
each to decide the title. Clark broke
20, 19 and 20. Barber broke 20, 19
and 18. Only once has the score
made today by Pendergas been bet
tered. That was last year when
Frank Troeh of Vancouver, Wash.,
broke 199. Pendergast started with
a run of 82 and finished with an un
broken string of 77. The long run
of the day was 130, made by Bart
Lewis, professional of Auburn, 111.
The longest amateur run was 112 by
Ornhenm fSnnth ft Mai, TTannt w..
her latest photodrama. "Innocence," will be
iiuwu nere lor me last times today. It Is
a pleasing play with plenty of action and a
well written love them worked Into the
plot. On Wednesday will be seen the
"House of Hate," episode No. 19, with
rear: n nite ana Antonio Moreno. There
will also be run a comedy on both days.
Thursday comes William Farnum ln "The
Kohlff Theda Bara In 'The Forbidden
Path" plays a sensational drama with a
moral problem Involved and an interesting
love story around which the action ha been
built Miss Bara Is excellent In this style
oi emotional acting and produces several
excellent dramatic climaxes. Th play will
be shown today and tomorrow and on
Thursday will be seen William Farnum ln
Alhamhra Annette Kellerman In the
eight-reel superfeature, "A Daughter of
the Gods," will be here for the last times
today. It Is a marvolously produced pic
ture of a .kingdom where a goddess comes
from the sea and meets the king's son. The
mermaids, the fairies, and the people meet
ln a series of exciting events of war and
peace and Miss Kellerman and her associ
ate swimming beauties are seen In some
charming scenes. Wednesday will be run
episode No 18 of th "House of Hate"
and Gladys Hulette ln "Th Last of the
Apollo Constance Talmadire In "Up the
Road With Ballle" Is the offering here to
day. Th play Is a comedy drama ln which
Miss Talmadge ha been acclaimed as one
of the greatest exponents of farceuse parts
on th screen. Her work ln putting the
humor Into a light drama was unknown
until this play was released and alnce then
she hss made several films of a similar
nature. She Is assisted by an excellent
company, combining to produce an excel
Rlalto A sensational exposure ft the
evils of divorce has been produced ln "The
Blindness of Divorce." showing here again
today. It Is an all-star production and
takes up without any hesitation as to de
tails the things that cause divorces and
leave the moral of the story plain to be
read in the result obtained. In addition
to the feature there is being shown the new
reel of the allies' official war pictures with
scenes of the troops on several fronts. "The
Blindness of Divorce" will be shown acaln
tomorrow and then comes Marguerite Clark
NOW AT THE
You'll forget about all other "Drives"
When you attend, the opening of the
of the Theatrical Season of 1918-'19
STARTS SAT. MAT., AUGUST 10
Seat Sale Begins Thursday at 10 a. m.
SlrK. BILLY ARLINGTON
and The Brand New
An all New Production; nothing left but the title in
which you have unlimited confidence.
Ballets Allied Nations
1 Same Old Satisfactory
Ladies' Dime Mat. Every
Week Day, Including Sat.
Performance Twice Daily
Charles Hummcll of LaPorte, la.
This is Clark's second consecutive
win of the professional championship
Tire high scores of the week:
Introductory H. J. Pendergast,
Phoenix, N. Y., 198; Jean A. Pope,
East Moline, 111., 197; G. A. Smith,
Marshalltown, la., 195; M. P. Arie,
Thomasboro, 111., 194; A. L. Koyen.
Fremont Neb., 194.
Professional F. G. Bills, Chicago,
192; C Mitchell, Lacrosse, Wis., 193;
Homer Clark, Alton, 111., 194; R. R.
Barber, Minneapolis. 194; H. W. Cad
walder, Decatur, 111., 181.
Benson Home GuarJs Try
Skill at Rifle Practice
Company "E," Benson Home
Guards held their first practice shoot
Sunday morning at the rifle range of
the Greater Omaha Rifle and Revolv
er club. Many of these men never
shot a gun before, and the average
FOR. TODAV i
Grand William S. Hart ln "The Tiger
Man" Is a real bad man, with apparently
only the abduction of a woman the only
crime to add to his long past record. How
ever, the Influence of a good woman on the
bandit is to bring him to a realization of
the better things ln life and he gives up
his Idea and ln a well acted character bit
the bandit reforms. There will also be
shown Fatty Arbuckle In "The Country
Hero." On Wednesday will be shown the
tenth episode of the "House of Hate," a
Keystone comedy and the Paths new.
Reuse May Allison, pretty little southern
star, will be seen here today In the comedy
drama, "The Winning of Beatrice," written
after the book story of that name. It Is a
love story with novel features In It as a
motion picture and has been well produced
and Is well acted by Miss Allison and her
company. On Wednesday will be seen Enid
Bennett In the circus story, "The Greatest
Show on Earth," an action play with a
love story that is filled With Interest and
with plenty of humor.
WILLIAM S. HART
"The Square Deal Man"
Thunday, J. W. KERRIGAN
THE BIG SMASHING SENSATION
"TO HELL KAISER"
THE HIDEOUSNESS OF PRUSS1ANISM
In "A FOOL THERE WAS"
2:15 and 8:15. Snndav Mat at 3:00
A A Special Attraction A
All-Star Cast K
All Home Guard companies can
make arrangements to use this range
by applying to Colonel C. L. Mather
president, 810 W. O. W. building.
Circus Grounds at
20TH AND PAUL STS.
only big show
1 1 ai i v-h-jf ijr
4 GREAT TRAINS OF
5 CONTINENT MENAGERIE
PARADE AT II O'CLOCK AH
I AT I T r. M. ITf. T
ADMITS TO ALL ISWW
l YEARSHALF PRICE pftM
Downtown ticket offices Circus day at
Myers-Dillon Drug Store, 1609 Farnam
St. Same prices charged as at grounds.
M ALONE SAYS THE
RESULTS WERE BIG
SURPRISE TO HIM
Never Expected Tanlac to
Straigthen Him Out in Such
a Short Time.
"I wouldn't have taken Tanlac at
all if I hadn't expected it to benefit
me, but I never looked for it to
straighten me out like it has so soon
after starting on it," said M. J. Ma
lone, of 1616 Webster street, the
other day. Mr. Malone is employed
at Henshaw's hotel, and was former
ly a fireman on the Colorado &
Southern railway and is well known
to the men on that road.
"My system was terribly run
down," he continued, "and I was in
an awful fix and getting worse every
day in spite of all the medicine I was
taking. My appetite was all off and
the little I forced down didn't do me
hardly any good. Everything I
would eat soured on my stomach and
I would be in so much distress that
I could hardly rest nicrht or day. . 1 1
felt weak and m-'serable all the time
and hardly had the life or energy to
do a thing. . '
"When I read all those statements
in the papers about the good Tanlac
was doing I thought iixmust be a
wonderful medicine, so I got me a
bottle to try. Reallv, I hadn't taken
but a few doses before I feltmuch
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at the start and f can now enjoy all
my meals and feel hungry all the
time. I can- eat anything I want now
and never have any trouble after
wards. In short, Tanlac has entirely
relieved my stomach trouble, my
digestion is perfect and I am once
more enjoying my usual good health."
Tanlac is sold in Omaha by Sher
man & McConnell Drug Co., corner
16th and Dodge streets: 16th and
Harney streets; Owl Drug Co... 16th
and Fnrnnm efroof trM..j ri
,macy, 24th and Famam streets: north
east comer mh and Famam streets:
West End Pharmacy, 49th and Dodze
streets, under the personal direction
of a special Tanlac representative,
and in South Omaha by Forrest &
Meany Drug Co. Adv.
"Two Th'nir American People
Will Not Stand,"
Savs the editor of a great paper,
"First, the making of one's re
ligious belief a political issue
and, second, to call into ones
tion the voters' patriotism."
Democratic attemnts alonjr that
line in New HamnsHre, Indiana
and Wisconsin, rultd in over
whelming defeat for Democrat
ic candidates. They now try the
same tactics in Nebraska. Let
us hope and r.ray that tvev mv
be ri'inisved for questioning the
loyalty of any American by the
way he votes.
Vote for N. P. DODGE for
Albert W. Jefferis I
PRIMARY, AUG. 20.
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