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uujiul uiii inJjVVO PUT TO SLEEP
8taokralcongr Co., Undertakers.
ave soot Print It Now Beacon rrs.
Ulhtinp rixtnrei. burg-egg. Oranden Co.
Bailey the Btntltt, City Natl. D. 25IG.
Try riatlron Cafa,rcry thing right.
Model Laundry telephone chimeed to
Pouclas 24 J.
Diamond Loni at ay, and S par
cent. W. r Flatmi. liU Dodge. Red Btifi
Ton Can Start a Bavlng-e Account at
Omaha Towel Co. new telephone tium-
her. Douglas 52S.
the Nebraska Saving. and Toan Aas'n.
with Sl.M or more. 1605 Farnam etrett
Etta Bplane Oeti Divorce Etta Splane
wrb granted a divorce from William O.
Splni In district court.
Baptlit MlniaUra Meet At the Bnp
tint Minister.' association of Omaha this
morning report on the month's work of
thn various ministers occupied the ses
sion. neighborhood Social Celebration of
th completion of the Central Park
school will be held Kildoy evening. Or.
H. Holovtchlner. president of the Hoard
of Kducatlon. will deliver the principal
address Several speakers wlfi be heard.
The affair will bo In the nature of n
rined on Disorderly Charge Henri
etta Slaughter wax fined $50 and rusts'
In police court Monday on n charge of
conducting a disorderly house on South
Thirteenth street. Three Inmates were
Vatf Oeta Thirty Days Charles House
-was sentenced for thirty days In tho
county Jail by Police Magistrate Foster
on ft vagrancy charge. Rduse was ar- 1
rested by Special Officer Goff of the
Burlington railway company. "
SS. VT. A.'s Weekly Hop On Tues-1
day evening tho M. W. A. Dancing so
ciety will give their weekly hop ut the
Douglas auditorium. Their dances so far
this season have been very successful,
they being open to tho public.
Charred With Stealing Batteries
Deputy County Attorney Fitzgerald has
nworn out a complaint charging Bdward
Raymond with grand larceny. Raymond
Is accused of robbing the Althaus garage
at Twenty-fourth and Harney streets of
J200 worth of storage batteries on Thanks
Ool. E. Pratt, Once
Well-to-Do, Dies in
Want at Age of 95
Colonel K. Pratt, a pioneer character
around Omaha, aged 93 years, nt 7 o'clock
Monday was found dead In a llttto
phack at 2515 Spalding street. Death
was due to old age and disease Incident
At ono time, some forty years ago,
Colonel Tratt was ono of the wealthiest
men In Omaha. Ho owned lauds and lots,
business houses nnd residences. For a
number of years he conducted a saloon
on lower Douglas street. Later luck was
against him and property slipped away
Colonel Pratt was a veteran of the civil
var and had been living on a small pen
hlon. It Ih said that ho still owns the
houso In which Jio died. Coroner Crosby
tuok charge of tho body, but will not
hold an inquest. Funeral arrangements
will not bo made until word Is received
from' u son who lives' at-Tekamah.
Hotel Funds Are
Now Up to $225,000
Two more subscriptions to stock In the
new J1.0CO.000 hotel aggregating 15,200 were
addecl to tho list today, making a total
to date of J225.SM0. The additional sub
hcrlbers not previously reported and the
Previous subscriptions $215,000
W, 11. Indoe 100
Joe Klein I.... ioo
if. D. Neely S0O
John Dulu & Hon 100
A. If. Bewsher 100
K. 8. Westbrook 1,000
Frank Nelson wt
C. H. Clancy MW
J. C. nufflngton MX)
Hherman Saunders 0O
ileorgo C. Meleryurgen f,00
i. L. K. Kllngbll GOO
i. H. Conant 100
Gallagher and Nelson i'00
Sherman and JJcConnell Drug Co... 5,000
Action on Legislation Relating to
Street Railway Postponed.
THREE WEEKS SNOOZE ORDERED
Council Shle on the MmiUc NttUnnrr
mul TsUm a Work In Which (
3lnLe ildltltwinl In.
Ordinances requiring the street railway
company to Install owl oars and fixing u
penalty for the fraudulent use of tiunsfers
and another providing for abntement of
the smoke nuisance weie laid over by the
city council In committed of the whole
yesterday, the former for three weeks,
tho latter for a week
Police Commissioner ItdM. who Intro,
duced the ordinances, said I'resMent Wat
tks of the street railway company had
written him In regard to the street car
legislation proposed and requested a de
lay to give him nn opportunity to Bet
statistics together to show that owl cars
are too expensive.
rtyder has written to several cities and
will also present statistics when the ortll.
nsnces comn up final passage. Tho trans
fer ordinance fixes a penalty i ' for
the fraudulent use of a transfer, n sum
the commissioners who have expressed
opinions upon It. regit id as too high
Smnlip Orillnntu'r I'nM iumU.
Postponement of thesmokc ordinance
was the outcome of the appointment of a
committee from the Commercial club to
Investigate and draft another ordinance.
Mrs. Kimball of the Creche appeared
befoie the council to request an extension
of the lease, as the city owns the stto
and the twcntv-flvo lease has expired.
Formal action was poitpbncd. The city
la now considering the advisability of
building a fire ftnglnc house on the site.
Health Commissioner Cdnncll waa
granted an additional SI. TOO to take care
of garbage for the remainder of the
Police Commissioner Ryder's request for
an Investigation Into police court scan
dals was postponed at his own request.
Commissioner Hummel, llutler and
Wlthnell being absent.
i ELECTED VICE PRESIDENT OF
THE UNION STOCK YARDS.
SOUTH OMAHAOFFICERS BUSY
Seek to Overturn Order Merging the i
Postoffice with That of Omaha. .
NEW CASHIER OF THE CITY NA
TIONAL BANK ARRIVES.
BUCKINGHAM IN NEW OFFICE
Claim that Lights
Are Turned Off Too
Early in the Morning
Laboring men complain that the di
electric lights arc turned off at C o'clock
In the morning, long before daylight.
"Lights are supposed to be turned off
half an hour before sunrise and turned
on half an hour after sunset." sulil City
Electrician Mlchaelxui. "They used to
be turned oft an hour earlier, but we hetel
the time extended."
"1 don't caro when they're turned off,"
said City Clerk Flynn, to whom he wa
talking, "hut the fact is that laboring
men who go to work early in the morn
ing must find their way through dail;
streets. UJIs daiker at fi o'clock in the
morning than at midnight."
Foggy morning the electric coinpan,
according to the contract, must keep the
lights burning fifteen minutes later.
Complaint mny result In an Investiga
tion. The city electrician dlsuvows knowl
edge of any violation of the provisions of
the existing contract and Is without
authorltj'- to ijemand. or en recom
.Ncliruslinns at the Hotel.
S. R. HopkliiH of Hastings, K. Hen of
Wahoo. 12. G. Dovey of Plattsinouth. D.
O. Woods of St. Paul nnd If. C. Urork of
North Platte uie guests of the llenshaw.
13. II. Thompson of Lincoln, Claud
Pipers of Blair, M. C Roland of Norfolk
and Harry llaythorno of ogalalla uro
stopping at the Merchants.
J. V. Lerdy of Bancroft. Miss .Moult
Pulmer of Schuyler, Miss Louise Hurnuy
of Norfolk and N. M. Bogguss of Fre
mont are staying at tlihc Loyal.
Q. A Palmer of Fremont. V. II. Tupln
of North Platte, William Meyers of Ash
land and A. O. Hoff of IJeemer han
taken quarters nt the Paxtnn.
F. U. Oalesburg of Fremont, J C
llcrmlngham of Beatrice, Worth Humph
rey of McCook, Mr. and Mrs Henry
Johnson of Winner and C. H Kolt of
Lincoln are at the Millard.
Named Vice President of Stocks
Yards to Succeed Creighton.
BIG BARNS ARE AUTHORIZED
Horse unit Mnlr Itnrii tuiil A Wo lion
tin rim Hiiccrftsftil Veir I a Hr
pnrtril In Siltt of Car
ItenlgiiHtlon of John D. Cielghton ns
vice president of the rnlou Stock Yards
company was received nt the annual
directors' meeting Monday nnd Hen
era! Manager K. Buckingham was elected
to till the vacancy. Mr. Creighton re
signed on account of HI health, lie will
remain on thu board of directors. All
dlieetora were ro-clected except Mr.
President II. J. Dunham leported that
during the last five years the company
spent JUW.000 for Improvements. Clencral
Manager Buckingham was authorlr.ed to
proceed with the construction of a horse
and mule and a hot? burn, which will cost
a total of about $Kn,000. Work of re
constructing tho hog barn will begin In
the spring and extend over a ierlod of
Ueports showed that tecelpts of live
stock for the last year hud fallen off U,0oo
car, the shortage being cattle chiefly. In
Bpltu of this shortage the financial con
ditions of the compnuy have Improved
and the year was very successful.
Dewey to Fight for
Shorter and a Less
County Clerk Frank Dewey, u member
of the executive committee of tho Ne
braska Association of County Clerks, will
fight for a shorter ballot and u less tin-wli-dly
ballot at the annual meeting of
tho association, which will be held ut
Mr. Dewey will nsk the nssochitlon to
go on record lis favoring ballot reforms,
lie favois u blanket ballot, similar to
that formerly used In the state, yet one
which would preserve the principle of the
Australian ballot. Mr. be.wey'a Idea Is
for a wider ballot nnd a shorter one. In
stead of having names of nil candidates
In one column, necessitating u ballot to
long ns to bo unwelldly. ho would have a
wider ballot, divided Into columns, can
didates for state offices In the first col
umn, for. Justunce, and candidates for
county office in the others.
Mr. Dewey also will urge recommenda
tion that certain minor offices, for In
stance deputy assesssors, be made ap
pointive instead of elective.
I CALL FOR A MASS MEETING.
Major llui'tiir Declares that There
Is Politics In MrraiT nml Hint It
Will Hurt Hie I'iim it It
l"rgd by complication of drsnes mv
HtlCMl and personal. South Omaha city
officials will oeek to overturn the official
order of the Postoffice depai tmem bring
ing the local office under t'e direct
management of the Ointlui p.istaf'i'
Mayor Hoctor has Issued n a I f a
mass meeting to he he'd nt the Mr'i
school auditorium Wednods night The
objection raised against the order of the
1 ostofflce department Is thu opposition
of the city officeholders to continue In
office should the two cities be annexed.
It Is uiged that the state leglslatuie an
hardly be restrained from merging, tho
two cities should the Postoffice depai t
tnent bu allowed to carry out Ha order
Sunday and Monday morning democratic
politicians with a lust for the postmast
er's seat circulated about the it urging
protests against the order of the post
master general. This morning emissaries
from a certain politician In the city hall
were sent to confer with uptown demo
cratic politicians whose help is needed
to overturn the order of the Vnlled States
Man MertltiH Called.'
The following call hits been Issued by
A must meeting or all the citizens of
South Umaha. regardless of politics, re
ligion or race, hereby called for
VAtdtiesdtty evening. December 11, In the
high school auditorium, at it o'clock p.
m.. to resent tho Older lust made bv
the postmaster general, consolidating tho
Houti Oninh.t postoffice with the Omaha
South Onmhn. li tho thlrtl ".rScit clt
I In the state nnd in point of business
Itiunsactcd Is. perhaps, the largest. Wo
i are a peacenble. progressive community
i mid only nsk for that 'which we are
lomluently entitled to. We believe that
me enroreempiit or this order will be a
detriment to business generally, will de
crease our prestige wtlh the outside
world, and Is nn unlust recognition of
our commorchil standing In the nation.
We further believe that the niollvi.
I which prompted the order Is political and
' insincere. That It Is a movo toward foro
I Ing up annexation, n matter which should
I be determined by the vote of our people
Tho business transacted at tho South
Omaha postoffice Is soniethliiK enoi
inous, 500 times greater than thousands of
other towns that are given n postmaster,
and there Is no reasonable excuse for Us
not having a postmaster here.
The object of the mnss meeting will be
to get expression from the -local people
and to urge our representatives In con
gress and the I'nltcd Stnte seuato to have
tho otdcr revoked.
M D MiHji r
Syrup of Figs" for Indigestion,
Biliousness and Constipation
Better than castor oil, calomel or cathartics to cleanse your
stomach, liver and 30 feot of bowels. Harmless
Laxative for men, women and children.
I n nntive folk did not need laxatives.
Tlie lived outdoors, ate plenty of fruit,
and all f tholr food was coarse. We.
Wu'lern people are different. We ox
er in- too litt. eat little fruit, and
o food Is too fine too rich
We s-implv can't haVo our ten yards
of bowel" . logged up. liver choked with
sour title and stomarh full of foul effete,
nuttier and feel well It means that the
fooil u ml waste retained In the stomach
and thlrtv feet of bowols ferment de
envs The decay create poisons, gnses
and acids, and thoso poisons are sucked
Into the blood through the very ducts
intended to suck In tho nutriment Then
we have Nick headache, become dull,
lillmui tongue coated, nervous, meals
don t digest, and wn feel miserable, all
over So we mtiat make our choice.
We nxist llvo like primitive folks, else
we must take artificial means tn move,
tho excess bile, and waste matter cm
and out of the system.
The, safest, most harmless and effee
tlvo stomach, liver and bowel cleant.fr
and regulator for men, women nnd ch
dren la delicious Syrup of Figs. wh). -doesn't
Irritate, gripe or weaken Us
offoct Is tho effect of fruits D i
composed entirely of lucioun figs, senna
and nromatlcs. Don't think yon aro
drugging yourself. Hyrup of Fig nn
be constantly used without harm
Ask your druggist for "Syrup of I ies
! and Ullxlr of Henna," and see on Urn
label that It Is prepared by The Cal
fornla Fig Syrup Company. This .s i n
only genulno the old reliable. Ilefusf.
with contempt, tho so-called Fig Syrup
Imitations somotlmcs offered to dotc'ia
I you Advertisement.
New Cashier oi the
City National Bank
Takes Up His Work
W. 1). Moore and wile iitihed Monda)
.morning from JollcA. Ill, and Mr. Moore
has cnteiod upon his duties as cashier of
the City National bank.
Mr. .Moore recently resigned his posi
tion as vice ptcsldonl of the First Na
tional bank of .toilet. III., to i.ime to
JOmuha. While In .lollet he was aitlM In
assisting to bring-about the lipid growth
that the first National bunk of .lollet
1 1 .1... . A. ....... I.... .....!,.... .1. ........
imn OIl.t tllU I I I'tlliUlifll .J. iiHUViiih, mil. UK
the lust few years.
Mr. Moore has been In the li.mkliu- hie I
lless for twenty-one years, eighteen hi
of that time bring spent in Illoomlngli ?
111. lie has a wide uctjuulutnncc anion-,
the Illinois and Chicago bankers n.d
comes to Omaha with highest reconi
mendatlons front bankers who have
known of his work. Mr. Moore fills th
place Varuted by Mr 1 1 til IH. who li
signed to go Into bUEltieKS tn California.
Mr. Moore's family consists of his wife
and two boys. They expect to make
their homo In the wrstein putt of the
B .. . S3
CH offont.tkird HIGH cast cf living for ctreal food
Wo GUARANTEE that Washington Crisps
ore mado under MOST PERFECT SANI
TARY CONDITIONS possible to create in
SPOTLESSLY CLEAN MILLS, by high-olass
M "First in th HOMES of his Countrymen'
DR. BRADBURY, DENTIST
00 Teaxa Sataa ORIw
TRAINL0AD OF BUICKS
ENR0UTE TO THE COAST
llmnxc Mcilnl fur Moruun.
I'.vrUS, Dec. !. A bronze modal Iiuji
been voted to .1. lMcrpont Morgan In
recognition of IiIr benefactions by the as
sociation . of the police of I'arls. This
ivctlon, was taken ut a meeting today,
presided over by the minister of the Interior.
Skating Season is
Now in Full Blast
The skating season h on In earnest
Hundreds are pationlr.lng the lakes In the
I parks and every puddle large enough to
I permit an amateur to do tliu figure elKht
Ice ts smooth and sufe In tho majority
lot placet. SuowIcsh cold weather and
little wind lpts frozen the hikes In flue
shape for skating.
You're Bilious! Your Liver and
Bowels Are Inactive "CascaretV
Furred Tongue, Had Taste, Indigestion,
Sallow .Skin and Mtserablo Headaches
coma from a torpid liver and constipated
bowels, which causo your stomach to be
come filled with undigested food, which
sours and ferments like garbage In a
swill barrel. That's the first step to untold
misery Indigestion, foul gases, bad
thing that Is liorrihlu and nauseating
A Cascaret tonight will surely straighten
you out by mornlng-n 10-ccnt box will
keep your head dear, stomach sweet
liver and bowels regular unit mako you
feel cheerful and bully for mouths.
Don't forget your children their lltllij
ItiSldcs need a good, gentle, cleansing,
IMtono Doujf. 17BO.
IfiOft Fnrnnm St.
IMmttliiK li.-Sc L'p lJf& Missing Tontlt auppllcil
Fllllnus noc Up MS9HHHL "'(bout I'lotes ar llrldyc
Crown $2.50 Up TJfPI work. Nerves removed
Hririgotvork . . 82.00 Up Q T Tt TTlJ ,vlthout P,n Work cuar
t'lates $2.0O Up JULXJ' nteoU ten years.
breath, yellow skin, mental fears, every- too, occasionally
A shipment of 21" TlulcU automobile,
valued at $IIjO.X) In the aggregate wilt
airlye over the Hock Island FYltlay en
route to San Kranclsco. This Is said to
be the largest single shipment of auto
mobiles ever ?ent to Uie Pacific coast
Thev co on a snecial train of sevuntv-
flio cars and nre all consigned to dealers
in San Kranclsco.
l'erslstent Advertising is the Itoad to
fcw lO CNT B0XC8 -ANY DRUG STORE mtft'
PROF. HUNT TO LECTURE
TO THE WESTERN FARMERS
Prof. E. W. Hunt of tho Twentieth
Century Farmer, Omaha, but for years
connected with tho agricultural depart
ment of the, Nebraska university, will
pend the week beginning December 16
delivering lectures to farmers of Ne
braska, Wyoming and South Dakota. He
will work under tho auspices of the i
Northwestern Railroad company and will
talk soli and crops, subjects with which
ho Is familiar. During the week the pro
fessor will deliver fifteen lectures a't as
many different places.
Monday, Dcomeber lb. Prof. Hunt will
speak at Gordon. R.ushvillc and Hay
Springs. Neb.; Tuesday he will talk at
Oelrichs and Wayside, Wednesday, at
Buffalo Gap and Hot Springs, 8. D.
Jumping back Into Nebraska, Thursday
ho will talk at Chadron, Whitney and
Crawford. Friday morning he will speak
at Harrison, Neb., and from there will
go wet. speaking at Van Tassel and
L.usk nd Saturday at Stanvllle and Jlreh.
AH of the lectures by Prof. Hunt will
be free and will deal with the best
method of crop raising In the western
part of this 'state and the high table
lends of South Dakota and AVyomlnc
ZIMMAN SAYS HIS SLOGAN
IS "GIVE US MORE SMOKE"
Give us more smoke!"
This is the slogan forhier Councilman
Harry B- Zlmman believes tho city com
mission and the Commercial should adnp'
Instead of "abollfh tl e smoke nuisance."
"Smoke Is not a nuisance here," said
Mr. Zlmman. as he sat listening to the
city commissioners haggling over th-.
price of a lease of public property for
chnrltable purposes. "We need more
tmoke. It Is the ilgn of the factory and
we need the factories. Omaha Is not
congested enough to warrant a campaign
against the 'smoke evil. "
P G Schaiist of the postal service of
Milwaukee wa a visitor ut Postmaster
j W. Slunn. fo- many years with the
passenger department of the old Elkhoru
before It became part of the Northwes
tern system. Is In town calling on friends.
Mr. Munn Is now assistant general pas.
senger agent of the Northwestern with
headquarters at Chicago.
Key to the Situation-Bee Ad-crtlsinff
The Most Remarkable Sale of Exquisite Furs
EVER HELD BY ANY WESTERN STORE -
Begins at Brandeis Stores Next Wednesday, Dec. 11
A special representative of Brandeis Store3 in New York purchased at an unheard of re
duction the entire surplus stock of rich fur coats and sets from one of the foremost fur im
porters on Fifth Ave. The continued warm weather had left this importer overstocked and he
was forced to sell.
Wo Rrtutfh Thie nnn
Every coat and set in this purchase is of
the very highest quality and represents the
most recent style ideas.
Among the elegant furs in this purchase
are such pieces as
One $450 set of Mole and Ermine Furs.
One $100 set of Civet Oat Furs.
One $250 large set of Natural Lynx.
One $150 set of Genuine Ermine.
One $400 extra large Moleskin Victorino.
One $500 fine Kolinsky Sable Coat.
One $375 Genuine Moleskin Coat.
One $350 Leopard Coat with Beaver Collar.
And hundreds of others.
All These Coats and Sets
at One-Half or Less Than
Hal Their Actual Value
Full Particulars in Tuesday Evening Paper
aWM HO, r
fl!BLnn'jf!Kiii ' It
1 1 11
x. . v - ill
I Be duced
1 Fat, t'ncomfertkbU. UKitrtd Old. Tit
MixnbK mitfarx! with Ihumtlnn. Asthw,
hvurtlsU. Wtiaa I worktd or wilktd, I oafTi
Ilk PorpolM I tuok mtj sdranlMd iae4l.
tins I could (Int. I BUrred, gwfta. Bxrotd,
DAetoTil ajid thancM UnMt but I rulntd m
lttlo, ftlt Ilk wi InnlU but lUadilf ntmd
'llht Tbt wn not a lni plan or Ins
tUt I htrd ftt 1bat I Aid not trr I fulled ts
r4ac rar ircldit I droppM Kxtftr, u I 111
not Mrs to t tha butt ot all th Jokaa. It was
rmharriiatnf lo hrra mr rrtmida Ml m I wa
IMtlnu Stout, aa bo ooa knaw It batUr Uvaa
Bovmrnxaa has to bb noma
I brian to dr tba nana of FAT, Waaa I
dlx-OTarail th eaii I toiind th rwnadr. Til
rrnnlt MbM fat m an lodikt. I lmsfT4
on thnt. lUinoftd th ob)otlanal fturea, add- ,
mrr pltuant oaa, od thn I triad mr tan '
ra mrailf tor a k It worked Ilka Matte I
OCBSjVMXD with jot j
at th and ot th flrat wk whan tin amlfa 1
lold ra I bad Icuit tan TXMDda br mjr altppl,
air, harmleai, Dtu(1mi Mthol. It wai a pla- :
ur tbm tn contlaua until I rgalnd mr norranl j
wit In la I (! finn rr younurr I
look flttaan rTi yonir My DouM rtiln ha
ntlrlr dlaaiip-rd. I ran walk nr work now. I
I can allmb a mountain. I am urmil In all.
I can wlah Juat what t want to weigh I am
nuiUr of mr wn body now I did not tanri, i
but tat all I waaind to. 1 did not tak Rwtat
Patka I did not Drue I uttd no Elertrltltr, ar
birroful urcai, but I found th Rlmpl, Ran, I
Oomrnoa etna WAT of rwjutlng mr weight and I
I appltad It I hat triad It ea other. Mr Doo- j
tor rmr I am a pari tot picture of health new, I
I in m louger aJltng. I am sow a hHX)T, I
beallhr woman. .Ww I am gnlng to belp other
10 ba hupfr I hat written a book on the aab- 1
Jeot. II ro era fat. I want ru to bar It. It
will 411 you all about my Haraltag, Druglae ,
Method. To all who tni ra thalr nam and ;
ddreaa I mall It VRKRJ, aa long n tba preaeot
iuDolr laata. It will aata you Uoner. Fate nu '
from HarmXul Drug, Sara ynu from marrttloo
Dtete. Harmful Bieniae. poeatbly aare TOUJI
Lire It li your for tba easing wlUiout a penny
Jul unit yar name and addraaa, A Peatal Card
will 4a and I'll bo glad to nnd It I that you
can quickly learn bow ta redua yuorwelf and b
aa hajtpr aa I am. Writ today aa thla adtertlae
rnent may ot acpear again la tbl paper.
IU.TT1S niBU W Barclay, Darr, CoU.
To Get the Worlds'
Co-mopollren. 1 30 Cents
Womtn,i Horn S. tut-ai,
Companlnn. fa MOntil,
Th I.dla' 'World. J
Th Lgrtlea1 World. J iOnin.
T?iT'iietii'nworiii. 22 Oonta
J a Month.
I 'tut. r
WM. J. BOEKHOFF
Phono Douglas 119
REST AND HEALTH TO MOTHTR AND CFLD
Mils VVlNifiW'9 rtOOTHINO gTRUP ha
t.ttr. u.ed r H1XTY YFARfl by MIL.UONH
r itoTlirlW for i heir miLDUEN' W1IBN
TBKTIIINX wtlh 1HKKBPT Blt'CBSS It
HOtvriIKH tlie MUM). FOtTK.Ntl the OUH8, Air
I.AVS all t'Alrf. ffrtES WIND COLIC, and ta
(he beat rtmrdt tor DIAltltllOEA It It abeo.
1 . , i I jr harmlata lie aure and aak for "Mr.
Vlinalow'e Poothlng Brrup, ' and take no other
kind Twesty flte ronta a bottle.
I'ho KarijfKt and 1-lnest Steamer to
H'..,nil Trip, 530 and up. let claim nt'
i,-Mvri Tiie well known ami popu
lur Htrairier OBUBA (10370 ton
innpl. J9T1 nordi Bllllfl DEO, 18TK
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