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ALDRICH RETIRES AND MORE-
HEAD ASSUMES EXECUTIVE
CARRY OUT USUAL PROGRAM
Both Retiring nnd Incoming Governor!
Deliver Messages to the
With simple ceremonies, miulc Im
pressive b tin. irHitico of tho usual
large crowd, Including many of the
state's most prominent citlens, John
II. Morehead became governor of Ne
braska and Chester II. Aldilch stepped
out of that olllco on Thursday after
noon, January !i. The Inauguration
took place, according to custom. In the
chamber of the limine of representa
tlvca. With Coveuior Morehead wcto
fcworn in all of the other state olllrcrs
elected or te-clected last November.
The audience which hcatd the out
going and Incoming cveetiilves .tilled
tho house gallei.v and the .space at
the i car or the main lloor, overflowing
Into the chamber Itself. Four bundled
people Htood In a solid Jam for two
hours and a half In order to witness
tho Inaugutal iltes. Scores of 'tui
Beats were placed In the aisles to ac
commodate as many as possible.
Mrs. Aldrlch, Mis. Morehead and
Miss Dorothy Morehead occupied
scats together directly in front of tho
chief clerk's desk, where the two gov
ernors stood to deliver their message.
Greeted by Governor Aldrlch.
Shortly before the convening of tho
Jolut legislative session at 2 o'clock,
Governor Morehead arrived at the
capitol, having walked with the other
members of his family from the hotel
Ho stepped Into the executive otllce,
where he was met and cordially
greeted by Governor Aldrlch.
"Woll, governor, have you got your
ncrvo up for the occasion?" asked tho
Governor Morehead replied that he
thought he bad enough to get through
tho inauguration in good shape. Ho
was led by Mr. Aldrlch into the
prlvato oftlco, where ho "hung up" his
overcoat and hat and was given .
formal possession of the room which
will bo bis olllclal home for tho next
two years. When tho Joint nssembly
met, It was called to order by Presi
dent Kemp of the senate Speaker
Kclloy sat beside him.
Outburst of Applause.
Tho entry of the two executives at
2:25 was the signal for an outburst
of applause. They wero received by
the members of tho Joint assembly
GOVERNOR JOHN H. MOREHEAD
Who Was Inaugurated Chief Execu
tive of Nebraska Thursday.
standing. The other state ofllcora to
bo sworn in camo immediately follow
ing nnd wero seated at tho front of
Governor Aldrlch was introduced
end began Bpcaklng at 2:27. Ho read
rapidly, but tho length of tho message
consumed an hour or mora in its do
livery. At tho conclusion of Governor Ald
rich's address, tho oath of ofllco was
administered by Chief Justico Rcoso
to Governor Morehead and tho other
dlgnatarlcs entering upon their two
year terms. When Mr. Morohead
aroso to mako his Inaugural address
he received an inspiring personal ova
tion from the great crowd.
Message of Retiring Governor Aldrlch.
A 20,000 word message of his own,
attached to which were reports of va
rious state officers, was tho contribu
tion of rotlrlng Govornor Aldrlch to
tho fund of knowledgo of tho Ne
braska legislature, a synopsis of
Governor Aldrlch recommends:
The onactment of laws to glvo force
and effect to tho direct legislation
constitutional amendment to the end
that no unreasonable restriction bo
placed on tho securing of signatures
for initiatory orreforondum petitions,
but that tho ways be made direct nnd
Blmplo and as easy ns possible, con
Blstont with safety and tho prevention
Laws giving full power to tho nowly
crcntcd board of control of stato In
stitutions so that momborB may bo
nblo to eliminate politics and plnco
eervlco upon a merit basis.
Wago earners' insurance act mod
eled on that of Washington, providing
for compulsory contribution to a fund
out of which all losses shall bo paid,
based on percentage of tho pa) roll.
Creation of state highway commis
sion to have contiol of all roads In the
state, with power to dovclop and ev
cento u plan of j;cncral road develop
ment. Kstnbllshment of stato publicity
bureau with at least $100,000 appro
priation to spend In advertising re
bourcca of Nebraska.
Passage of n law doing away with
tho defense of assumption of risk in
datunge cases against railroads.
Strengthening of Sackett law pro
viding for removal of derelict ofllclals
bo that It may bo tnado offcctlvo.
Enactment of laws regulating and
contiolllng water power companies, so
that public rights may be protected
while capital shall not bo frightened
Sulllclent sunt appropriated to finish
state historical society building near
EXGOV. C. H. ALDRICH.
capitol. for occupancy of that organl
zallou, the state libiary and the su
Laws piohlbitlug mairiage of an
habitual druitkntd, an epileptic or
mental Incompetent and icquiilug a
measure of publicity for all proposed
Uullding of an Intermediate re
formatory for llrst term prisoners and
suggesting use of soldiers' home
buildings at Grand Island and removal
of tho inmates thereof to other state
Provision for working convicts on
roads or at some employment that
gives them out-door exercise.
Uullding of new kitchen and dining
room nt prison and provision for bet
ter hospital facilities.
Turning over by tho stato to fami
lies of liuuricd convicts a portion of
Continuance of nn advisory board
of pardons and paroles, with salary of
$1,000 a year Instead of, per diem.
Appointment of efficient commis
sion to better coordinate work of va
rious stato olllces and thus do away
with services of largo number of em
ployes, declaring 200,000 a blennlum
could bo saved by abolishing red tapo
Abolition of country Hfo commis
sion nnd Junior normals; withdrawal
from gamo bird business; enactment
of law governing cold storngo plants,
nnd more rigid qualifications for vet
erinarians aro other recommendations
of tho chief executive.
Tho governor also discusses uni
versity removal at Bomo length, and
expresses opinion that activities
ought to be centered on farm campus.
Ho also favors tho creation of an in
termediate court to relievo the strain
upon tho supreme court, and the re
form of court procedure, pleading and
practlco to tho end that legal techni
calities may bo subordinated to a con
sideration of tho merits of a contro
versy. Message of Incoming Governor More
head. Governor Morehead Bald in oponing
his address that ho hoped it would be
his opportunity to bo of some real
service to tho people. He told tho
"Tho power to appropriate does not
mean that public funds bo Improvl
dontly spent or wasted. It does not
mean that tho state should pursuo
policies, regarding its public institu
tions, that are wasteful. Tho care,
fidelity and economy of the successful
private business should be applied to
the affairs of the stato. Economy 1b
a public virtuo, as well nB a prlvato
one, and while I favor all necessary
appropriations for all public needs, I
recommend that care and caution bo
used In making appropriations.
He also recommends:
That appropriation bills be made
spoclal order in house on 25th day of
session in order that they bo passed
boforo closing days of session when
proper consideration is impossible.
That a difforont systom of handling
tho stnto's finances from tho present
careless and indlfforent methods bo
devised, and suggests that all stato
supplies bo bought through tho pur
chasing agent of tho board of control.
That tho stato university bo not re
moved from tho city campus to tho
farm campus, not only bocauso of tho
direct financial loss from abandon
ment of buildings, but bocauso it
lessons tho opportunity of young men
and women to work tholr way through
That counties bo authorized to em
ploy agricultural oxports to conduct
demonstrations nnd experiments.
That a stato reformatory for first
term convicts bo created, and that the
buildings now in uso at tho MUford
soldiers' bomo be utilized for this pur-
poso and the stato support but ono
home, that nt Grand Island.
That contract prison labor bo abol
ished nnd convicts not worked on
roads nnd farms should bo set to work
making supplies for state Institutions.
That every dollar raised for road
nnd brldgo work in tho stato bo ex
pended under tho direction of a state
Thnt the Btate should Investigate as
to the possibilities of water power de
velopment In tho state before attempt
ing any comprehchnslvo legislation,
and to that end suggests the appro
priation of a small sum for investiga
tion. That instead of increasing tho num
ber of supremo Judges or creating
additional appellate courts, tho su
premo court sit In divisions nnd thus
hear more cases.
That supreme Judges be elected by
That the Judiciary should bo re
moved from politics by providing for
a nonpartisan bench, elected without
political appellations apeniing on
That the p.irtv circle he eliminated
fion the olllclal election ballot.
That laws be passed amending reg
Istiatlon laws, providing for contests
nr primary ehctloiis and recount of
votes nt general elections.
Thnt no legislation be passed au
thorizing the salu of school lands.
'I hat the governor be restricted to
one term of four years, with a salary
stiir.tlent to pay for services and en
nble him to meet expenses
Thnt no nppiopiintion be made for
rcpieseiitatlou at the San l-'miitisco
That S'.'n.noo be appropriated to buy
Sarpy county faun for widow of Hoy
Blunt, title to remnln In state, but
contiol and income to be given her
tint lug lifetime.
That provision be made for a stato
publicity department, but that no
special bureau be created for that pur
pose. That no new capitol be built, but
that the state historical building be
llnlhhed An provide uuarters for su
preme com t. state library and state
That a law be passed prohibiting
blue sky selling, and that the fcdu.il
LIEUT. GOV. S. R. McKELVlE.
constitution amendment providing for
election of senators by direct voto bo
Favor the Army Canteen.
Washington. The old fight for tho
re-cstabllshmcnt of tho canteen in tho
army was again carried before con
gress when Mrs. Alice Burbnnk ap
peared boforo tho house commltteo on
military affairs in favor of tho Dar
thold cantcon bill. She represents
the daughters and wives of tho en
listed men of tho army and gave
Chairman Hay a petition signed by
2,300 women. Secretary of War Stlm
son, Major General Leonard Wood,
chief of staff, Major Genoral Wither
spoon and other ranking officers of
tho army appeared in favor of tho bill.
Money Moving to New York.
New York. Money is pouring into
New York in such enormous volumo
thnt tho clerks of tho largo banks nro
working ovcrtimo to handle tho de
luge. At tho treasury offices tho strain
upon employes Is especially heavy nnd
men aro at their desks late In tho
night sorting ou tho United States
notes and gold and silver certificates
handed in for redemption. Currency
is coming in from all directions, espe
cially from the mlddlo west and Bouth.
New Dangerous Counterfeit Bill.
Washington. Alarm seized ofllclals
of the United Stntes treasury upon tho
discovery of a remarkable counterfeit
five dollar silver certificate, tho most
dangerous imitation of American cur
rency since tho famous "Monroe head"
hundred dollnr bill was suppressed In
3893. So perfect Is this spurious note
that ofllclals in tho cash room of tho
treasury declared It genuluo and un
swervingly hold .to their belief thnt It
was a washed noto.
Daring Robbery at Omaha.
Omaha, Nob. Ono of tho boldest
nnd most daring holdups In Omaha for
Bomo tlmo occurred when a highway
man ontored tho homo of Mrs. Lillian
Kramer, 115 North Twentloth street,
bound and gagged tho woman, throw
her on u bed, Btolo a valuablo diamond
from her flngor and rifled the house.
BRIEF NEWS OP NEBRASKA
Y6rk county is proud of tho fact
thnt slio Is out of debt.
Tho Catholic church at Kulo was
destroyed by lire or unknown origin
with a loss of ? 10,000.
Thu Hev. U, A. Husell and wife cel
ebrated their llftyllfth wedding until
veisnry nt Otd I'tlday.
Ico harvest has commenced In He-siller.
The product Is nine Inches thick
and of excellent quality.
Seven children have died. of tllpli
thcrla lu the last few weeks In tho
vicinity of Weeping Wnter.
Athletes In the 1'nlrbury high
school huvo organized a basket-ball
team which practices dally.
More than $;: 1,(1 00,000 worth of gold
silver nnd copper was rellned lu tin
Omaha tellneiles during 1012.
Johnny Gondlug. formerly with the
Omaha team, will manage tho Beat
rice state league club net season.
According to an Investigation by
the board of agrlcultnte, Nebraska
heads the list, pijr capita, lu cattle
The golden wedding anniversary ol
Rev. and Mis. John A. I'eteison ol
West Point was eelebialed Thursday
The lifeless body or Anton llauseliel
who had succumbed to heait failure
was found in the school yard at Pair
bury. The cltv council and eleclrlc lPsht
company have come to an agreement
and streets are again lighted at Kear
ney. I'm ago poison, which caused the
death of m many hotses last fall, has
aiuilu put in Its appcaianeo in Gage
The New Year's ball given by the
Niks' lodge was the largetl and most
successful affair of its kind held In
The Nebraska League of Municipali
ties will meet at Lincoln. January 15,
It! and 17, to dlhcuss public service
Theie Is not a pound of hard coal
.it the coal yards In Uralnard. the deal
ers claiming they are unable to pur
Ralph Moseley of Lincoln has been
ippolutcd special examiner for tho
Kloiiv Indians at Sanlee ngeiicy in
Praclically all tho corn In the vi
cinity of Oxford has been gathered.
The yield varied from ten to sixty
bushels per acre.
Having secured oleetiie light, n
water plant, paving, good loads and a
$"(1,000 opera bouse, the people of 1)11
lor have organized a band.
Jacob Peck of Shnbert luiB just com
pleted husking 110 acres of corn,
which yielded over S.00O bushels, nl
most sixty bushels per acre.
PIip destioycd the school house at
Gloncoo while tho mercury was hover
ing about 10 degrees below zero. Tho
building was totally consumed.
Tho dliectors of the Beatrice Com
mercial club are making arrangements
for an active campaign to Increase tho
membership of tho organization.
Howard Gather on a motorcyclo col
lided with a Lincoln street enr nnd
sustained a fractured skull and other
painful contusions, but will recover.
Tho cornstalk dlscnso has made Its
nppcaranco in York county nnd tho
veterinarians nro kept pretty busy
answering calls to attend tho Blck
Wnhoo nnd Fremont commercial
clubs want legislative aid in bringing
tho proposed government highway
across tho county lino brldgo south of
Harry Villars of TccuniBch has been
chosen as secretary of .the Johnson
County Fair association. Tho associa
tion will hold a county fair some time
Two highwaymen, masked and
armed, held up an Omaha street car
and relieved tho conductor of be
tween $5 and $0, all tho money ho had
In his possession.
Approximately thirty-five tons of
coaHworo consumed by tho heating
plant at tho Btate university ono dny
last week in an effort to rnlso tho torn
poraturo of tho class rooms to a Bum
The stato association of county and
district fairs will hold its annual
mcotlng nt Lincoln, January 21, In
connection with tho meeting of or
Wynn Wallace, an employe nt a
Lincoln hotel, found a pearl almost a
half-inch in diameter in a can of
oysters. Tho pearl Is believed to bo
of considerable value.
llov. W. C. Wasser of Sheldon, la.,
has accepted a call from the York
Methodist congregation to fill tho va
cancy caused by tho resignation of
Ilev. A. G. Bennett several months
John Cavanaugh, a member of the
soldlorB' homo at MUford was
drowned Tuosday night In the Blue
river, which runs near tho homo.
Applications for spaco reservations
In tho various display departments of
tho 1913 stato fnlr have already
started to haunt tho mnll of Secretary
Mollor of tho stato board of agrlcul
turo at Lincoln.
Arrangement for tho holding of
tho annual stato camp of the
Poutsches Landwehr Vereln nt West
Point next summer nro rapidly being
mndo. The dnto has been fixed as
August 30 to Soptember 1.
When "Doug" Shilling nnd a party
of Lincoln hunters returned to his nil
tomobllo which they had left by tho
roadsldo nt-ar Itoca, they found that
It, together with a quantity of furs,
wraps and ovorooats, had been totally
destroyed by lire.
Utlca has probably grown moro in
tho Inst year than ever boforo in tho
history of tho town, v Tho now Im
provements consist of flvo modern
now brick buildings, a waterworks
system, a largo coment block garago,
a now livery barn nnd many other im
provements, a total cost of about
(By 10. O. HKLLEtlH, Director of Kr-,
nln Department Tho Moody lllblo Isw
tltutn of Clilc.iKO.)
LESSON FOR JANUARY 19
MANS' FIRST SIN.
I.K8SON TIJXT-Gimciln 3:t-i:. 2-24.
ClOLUHN Ti:.T-"i:very ono Unit coni
mltteth sin It tlio bond ttorvmit of Bin."
'John 8:34 Ih V.
Them aro four nnturnl divisions to
tills chapter in Genesis: 1. Tho
Temptation vv. 1-5; II. Tho Fall, vv.
, 7; III. Tho Trial, vv. S-Kl; IV. Tho
Sentence, vv. 11-21.
. 1. Tho Temptation vv. 1-5. En
vironment certainly did not causo our
'parents In tho garden, to fall. How
long after tho creation of man this
event occurred no ono knows. Was
it a real Hcrpent? Why not? Did not
.Adiun naino nil tho animals? It Is no
stretch of Imagination to believe tho
tradition that ho conversed with them
till driven from tho garden. Truo Mil
ton and not Genesis nays this was Ka
'tun, yet Milton hnd Scripture author
ity, Ho v. 12.9. Wo nro nltto taught
,that Sutau can nsnumo disguises, 2
Cor. 11:11. etc.
Tho point of attack wait to question
'tho word of God; this is always tho
open doorway to nil sin. Fulso the
ology nlwayB leads in tho end to falso
conduct. God had forbidden to cat of
,but ono troo, chapter 2:17, but hero
.Satan takes n partial truth to mako
,a lie. "Yo shall not cat of tho fruit
of all tho trees." v. 1 (It. V.) Kvo did
'what Jesus did when ho was tempted,
replied with tho words of God vv. 2
and 3. Hut though she saw through
Satan's misrepresentation, sho mado
tho collosal mlstako of parleying.
(Gaining that much ground Satan goes
,;i step further. It Is not death sho
need to bo fearful of; God would rath
or prevent her becoming llko himself
iiencn the prohibition not to partake
of tho fruit of tho tree.
"Your eyes Bhall bo opened . .
tho woman naw." Human curiosity
.and a wrong ambition for a clearer
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nuuwiuu;u n.ivu uui uuuu iiuiuui
sources of failure Evo mado tho mls
tako of adding to God's words (2:17)
and of allowing herself to bco tho ono
prohibition of tho garden rather than
tho myrlndB of privileges.
II. Tho Fall, vv. 0. 7. Tho noxt
top was but tho entering wedgo. Tho
'appeal was to tho eyeB, "It was a do
.light to tho eyes" v. C H, V., "bIio took
of It," sco 1 John 2:10. When God
'gavo command not to eat, ho know
tho danger of touching, 2 Cor. C:17.
'There wns of course a possible escape,
1 Cor. 30:13, even yet, but scarcely
bo. Evo had gono too far, henco sho,
nnd then 'Adam partook.
Adam's fault was that ha listened to
his wlfo's pcrsuslon (v. 17). Tholr
dclro for a present advnutngo, "bo
coma llko God," ovorcamo tho fear of
n futuro dlspleasuro and Illustrates
tho Hebrew word for sin, "missing tho
mark." Immediately their eyes wero
opened. What thoy saw now was not
"deslrablo to look upon" nnd thoy
mado themselves girdles from the
leaves of tho fig trees. Man has over
slnco been seeking to cover his own
III. Tho Trial w. 8:13. Commit
iniquity and human naturo seeks con
cealment Innocenco novor seeks cov
er. Sin makes cowards of us all. As
tho cool of tho day approaches God
walks in tho garden. Of course ho
mlsBcs Adam and calls "Whoro art
thou?" From that day on his call has
resounded but man heeds not tho call.
IV. Tho Sontonco vv. 14-24. Adam
sought to throw tho blamo upon Evo
and Indirectly upon God who had giv
en htm Evo. No excuso but seeks to
evade responsibility. Wo boo, how
ovor. In tho words of this section throo
great facts presented. First, tho ro
tation between tho human, raco and
tho raco of Bcrpcnta. Everything that
1b evil, repulslvo and vllo Is summa
rized In that phraso "that old Bcrpont"
Rev. 12:9. Tho trickery of a Bcrpcnt,
Its venom, Kb noisclessncss, its re
sort to dark places, and roan's natural
inBtlnct to kill a snake, all put togeth
er, Is but a summary of tho curso as.
recorded in versos 14 and 15.
Second, tho everlasting conflict be
tween man and tho 'powers of evlL
lOne reason wo know this garden story
Is truo is that It squares with our ev
'cry day experience. It 1b as true to
llfo as tho laws of mathematics, Tho
power of sin, Its appeal to prldo, to
lust, to ambition, to tho pleasure of
the eyes, to any and all of tho emo
tions, and tho counter pull of an out
raged conscionco aro too vivid a re
ality In our lives to bo dented. And
lastly thcro Is tho prophecy of ono
who should conquer this power and
bring all things subject to himself.
Ho who was to conquer thnt last en
emy, death, 1 Cor. 15:24, 2G. Having
thus partaken of tho "trco of tho
knowledgo of good and evil" thoreby
Incurring tho curso of labor and toll
upon them God avoided tho possibility
of their partaking of "tho trco of llfo
nnd Ilvo forever" by Bonding them out
of tho garden and effectually prevent
ing tholr return v. 24. Hut tho treo of
llfo was not lost forovor nnd now wo
aro urged to partako of It to our fulL
Sen Ho v. 2:7.
Adam and Evo had tho power of
cholco and this losson reveals a faith
ful portralturo of the drama of llfo.
SPIRIT IN TUBERCULOSIS WAR
Nineteen Million Dollars Expended
Last Year In Fight Against the
Oread White Plague.
Nearly $10,000,000 was spent In the
ontl-tuberculosls campaign In tho
United States during tho year 1912,
according to tho fourth annual statis
tical statement of expenditures In this
movement Issued by the Nntlonnl As
sociation for tho Study nnd Preven
tion of Tuberculosis. Tho expenditures'
during tho yenr for sanatorium ana
hospital construction nnd treatment
mnko thu largest single. Hem In the
total, amounting to nearly $16,800,000.
This Is an Increase of nearly $5,000,
000 over tho samo gioup of expendi
tures for tho year 1911. Tho anti
tuberculosis nssoclntlons nnd commit
toes spent over $7GCi,000, whllo dls
primaries nnd tuberculosis clinics
spent over $500,000. Over $415,000
was spent for the maintenance nnd
establishment of open-nlr school nnd
fresh air classes, which Is more than
double thn amount spent for this pur
pose In 1911. Official, ntato nnd mu
nicipal expenditures outsldo of tho
maintenance of Institutions, which
nre Included In tho other totals,
amounted to $280,000. In addition to
thesn figures, about $500,000 was
spent by hospitals for Insane nnd
penal Institutions In curing for tholr
Why He Changed His Mind.
John I a. Sullivan met with sorao
amusing Incidents whllo giving boxing
Ono day a husky young man came
to him us a pupil. Ho took his boxing
lesson nnd wont homo somowhat tho
worse for wear.
When ho camo for his second losson
ho said: "Mr. Sullivan, It wrb my
Idea to learn enough about boxing
from you to give a certain young gen
tlcmnn a good licking. I'vo hnd It la
for hlra n good whllo. Hut I've changj
oil my mind. If you havo no objoo
tlons I'll send UiIb young man dowa
hero to you to take tho rest of mj
lessons for me." Pittsburg Chronicle
He's Not There.
Jimmy was suro ho had something
tho inntter with him, so ho wont to
see tho doctor. His pulso was felt,
his tongue was examined, his heart
wns listened to, nnd his lungs wero
thumped. Ho seemed to bo sound.
"Do you sleep nights?" asked tho
"Yes- hut 1 don't enjoy my Bleep."
"Ah what disturbs you?"
"Nothing, except I don't got any
good out of (sleeping. I go to Bloop
the minute 1 hit tho bed and tho mln
uto I'm nwnko I havo to got up. How
can a fellow enjoy his Bleep when ho
doesn't know 1L"
A Tun of Rosewater.
Tho small boh of Victor Roaowater
was desirous of Balling boats In tho
bathtub, of tho Rosewater home.
"You cannot," Bald Mrs. Rose
water. "Father is taking n bath Just
"Why 1b fatW taking a bath?" de
manded tho boy.
"Why do you tako a bath?" coun
tered Mrs. Rosewater.
"Hocnuso I havo to," replied tho son.
Saturday Evening Post.
When your hair starts going It
doesn't Bay, "Au rovolr." It say
A man can novor remember what
girl said when sho proposed to him.
DREADED TO EAT.
A Quaker Couple's Experience.
How many porsons dread to eat
their moalB, although actually hungry
nearly all tho tlmo!
Naturo never Intended this should
bo so, for wo aro given a thing called
appetite that should guide us as to
what tho system neods at any Urn
and can digest.
But wo got in a hurry, swallow oar
food very much as we shovel coal Into
tho furnaco, and our senso of appetite
becomes unnatural and perverted.
Then wo eat tho wrong kind of food
or cat too much, and there you are
Indigestion and its accompanying ml
A Phlla. lady said:
"My husband and I have been sick
and nervous for 15 or 20 years from
drinking coffee feverish, Indigestion,
totally unfit, a good part of tho time,
for work or pleasure We actually
dreaded to oat our meals. (Tea U
Just as injurious, bocauso it contain
caffeine, the same drug found In cof
"Wo trlod doctors and patent medi
cines that counted np Into hundred
of dollars, with llttlo if any benefit.
"Accidentally, a small package of
PoBtum camo Into my hands. I mad
some according to directions, wltli
surprising results. Wo both liked III
and have not used any coffee since.
"Tho dull feeling after meals baa,
left us and wo feel better every way.,
Wo nro bo well satisfied with Postum
that wo recommend It to our friends
who have beon mado sick and nervous
and miserable by coffeo." Namo glr
en upon request Read the llttlo book;
"Tho Road to Wollvlllo," In pkgs.
Postum now comes in concentrated,
powder form, called Instant Postum.
It is prepared by stirring a level tea
spoonful In a cup of hot water, nddlng
sugar to tasto, nnd enough cream to
bring tho color to golden brown.
Instant Postum Is convenient;'
there's' no wasto; and tho flavor la
always uniform. Sold by grocora
60-cup tin 30 cts., 100-cup tin CO eta.
A 5-cup trial tin mailed for grocer's
name and 2-cent stamp for postago.
Postum Cereal Co, Ltd., Battlo Creak,
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