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THIS BEE: OMAHA, WEDNESDAY, .TAXI" ART lo. 1913.
PHONE HEARING GOES ON
Wisconsin Expert Gives Opinion of
Beport of Nebraska Experts.
AUTO CLUB INCORPORATES
'Hiiuhn UrannUntliiit I'lin Cnpllnl
nt Ten Tliiinud Iliillnrn mill
Share Arc I'lcil nl Vlr llol
Inrn Kurd Meuilirr.
(From u Stuff Coi respondent.)
LINCOLN, Jan. II (Special.) Tho
hearing before the railway commission
on tlio Unoolii tr'ophunp matter Is still
grinding along slowly, with no chance of
a finish this wotl;. Today W. Sloan,
an expert from the Wisconsin Hallway
commission, who haa had experience lit
telephone mutters In puino of the larfte
cities of the country, war, on the stand
mill Vac rtlnvnl,- .iiiAaM ...-.1 1... ... .....i... .
of the conimlff-lon nnd the attorneys rep
resenting the remoii'tratois.
Mr. Sloun said thut ho thought the
work of tho physical valuation experts ot
the Nebraska commission was good and
Ue could only criticise two Items. One of
these, tho valuation or tho polo lines, h?
thought was too high, and tho valuation
of the cable lines too low. llo said It
would take more than two years to put
In a system such as tho Lincoln com
pany had and put It In operation.
The veterinarians of tho state arc hold
ing a meeting at tho state agricultural
Omabii Clnb Incorporates.
If you want to Jot ntho Omaha Auto
mobllo club there arc six requisites you
must possess In order to get In on tho
organization roll, according to artlelt-s
or Incorporation filed with the secrctat v
of stato today. First, you must bu white;
second, you must be a male; third, you
j, must be 21 years of age, and, fourth, you
must be of good moral character. Whin
you have convinced some member that
you nre all of these, then you will have
to buy a machine and get two members
of tho club to vouch for the other five
qualifications. The club Is Incorporated
for J10.000 and upon payment of $3 you
will bo given a share In the club. Thn
Incorporators are 8. A. Searle, Gould
Dletz, B. W. Jewell, C. S. Gould. Vt. V.
Cheek, P. A. Wells, J. E. George and
lftctradltlon papers were granted this
morning by Governor Slorehead on re
quest of the governor of Connecticut. ft.r
the roturn to that .(atc of Lynderr C.
Dickinson, wanted for the alleged theft of
railroad tickets to the amount of SM)
from the station of the New Haven rail
road at New London. Deputy County At
torney Hagor ot Lancaster county ap
peared at the hearing In behalf of T. P.
uonnery, an omcer irum iuiiueuiijui,
while F. M. Tyrrell appeared for Dick
inson. Nevra Notes of Denhlcr.
DESHLEU, Neb., Jan. 14 (Speclal.)
Tho annual meeting ot the Deshlcr Tel
ephone company Monday showed the
company out of debt and a cash balance
of $S0O on hand. An annual assessment ot
J5 was voted. Albert Caughey was re
elected president and H. M. Harms secretary-treasurer.
The shipment of ca riots of merchandise
from Deshler during 1912 was 297 cms. as
follows: "Wheats 71? corn, '41; horses, 1;
cattle, 52; hogs, S7j flour. 2; brooms, .;
miscellaneous, 8. There wore 231 cars te
celved as follows: Broomcorn, 36; coal',
CI; lumber, 37; satl, 3; building material.
36; hay, 2; fruit, 4; grain, 1; agricultural
Implements, 12; lmmlgiant goods, 1 wines
and liquors, 36; miscellaneous, 23. Tilers
has been on Increase of freight business
over 1911 of J1.610.S7.
Ilarlnl of Sirs. Northrop.
CLAY CENTBB, Neb., Jan. 14.-(Spe-clal.)
The funeral of Mrs. Merle
Northrop was held here today at tho
home ot her, grandfather, A. P. Itandall.
Her body was brought here from La-
"Whatever tho Trouble, It Disappears
in Flvo Slinutcs After Taking a
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablet.
All of the unpleasant sensations at
tendant upon eating too heartily are al
most Instantly relieved by a Stuart's Dys
Keavln of the Stomach from Undl
gtd rood Quickly Reltovod, by
a Sturt' Dyspepsia Tablet.
When you tako food Into n stomach
that is tired and overtaxed, the gustric
Juices do not form fact enough to digest
It properly. So tho food becomes sour
and at once begins to throw off gases.
Your stomach becomes inflated lust as
surely as If you -attached a toy ballooi)
to a gas Jet. Then the gases und foul
odors Issue forth aMd pollute your breath
Your tongue quickly becomes couted and
you con taBte the fuuIncVs that Is within
you. . ,
Now all this condition Is changed al
most Instantly by a Stuart's OyspcpSlu
Tablet. This little digester gits busy at
once supplies all the digestive clemonu
that wero lacking dlge&U the foot: Mn a
Jiffy and sweetens nnd refreshes the mu
cous lining of the stomach und bowels
and restores peace and content.
Ono grain ot a single Ingredient tn
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablots will digest
J.600 grains of Hood. This saves your
stomach and gives It the rest It needs.
All muscles rcqulro occasional rest If tjley
are over-taxed. The stomach Is no e.t.
coptlon to this rule.,
Try a box of Stuart's Dyspepsia Tab
lets and you will wonder how you feV r
got along without then. They nre gold
at CO cents by all drusslsts everywhere.
Junto, Colo., where sho died from tho ef
fects of strychnine administered by her
self In despondency over marital troubles.
She Rave her S-year-old child a dose of
the same poison, but It recovered by
plompt medical uttentlol.
Mrs. Northrop was married here about
three years njro to Oron Noithrop. a
young farmer and n son of a prominent
family living near Edgar.
IN MADISON COUNTY
MADISON. Neb.. .Jan M.-(Special.)
The Fnnrers' Institute. In session In this
city, wai addtcsscd Monday afternoon
n ml cenliiK by Prof. J. II, Cooper, a
hottlcutturist from the Nebraska Stato
university. Hl afternoon subject war.
"Potatoc as a Money Maker" and In the.
evening "The Home." The Mlsso.i Wlnc
tred and Edith Rcsslguo rendered a duet,
and solos were sung by Jess Paes nnd
l.oyd lthirkman. Senator Allen addressed
the Institute this moinlng on "Farming
Fifty Ycti-s Ago." H. J. Gramllcli of
Lincoln spoke In the afternoon on "Draft
HnrF.. Production." and Mrs. A. 15.
Davl.-son of Lincoln talked on "Meal
substitutes" and gave a cooking demon
stration. At the evening session H. .1.
Gramllch rpoke on "European Agricul
ture" Riid Sirs. Davlsson on "Housekeep
ing a Profession."
AGED FARMER ENDS LIFE
BY SWALLOWING. POISON
GltAND ISLAND, Neb., Jan. 14(!?pe
clal Telegram.) Christian F. Wutnycr,
nged 64, was found dead In his bed at his
farm homo seven miles north of this
city. He had recently been drinking to
excess and while butchering yesterday
said to his neighbors, who wero assisting
him. that he was tired ot life. Ho also
had threatened Mrs. YVutzlcr nnd a neigh
bor took a revolver from him. It was
not known that he had strychnine nbout
the house and he arose some time during
the night and took the poison. He was
for many years an employe of the Union
Pacific shops, but In recent years had
Notes from Gnuc County.
BEATRICE, Neb.. Jan. 14 (Special.)
Frank P. Frnnkson, charged with obtain
ing money under raise pretenses by col
lecting funds from residents of this city,
lepiescntlng that he wai to use tho
money to build u home for a poor family
here, was discharged In Judge Ellis' court
yesterday on promise that he would leave
town. Ho and his wife left on an after
noon train for Lincoln
A marriage license was granted yester
day In the county court to Klaus G. Jan
sen, aged 24, of Jansen, and Miss Emma
M. Schachenmeyer. ased 21, of Clatontn.
A number ot lap robes, whips, etc.,
which were stolen last week from Smith's
harness shop at Wymore, wero recovered
yesterday by Marshal Chlnnock ot Wy
more, who found them In a barn.
nuriclnry So eet Held.
BEATP.ICE. Neb.. Ian. 14 (Special Tel
egram.) Charles Miller, wanted for
breaking and entering Smith's hardware
store nt Wymore, was arested at Lincoln
this afternoon by Sheriff Schtolc nnd
lodged In Jail here. A large number of
laprobes, whips, etc., taken from the store
were found in a barn at Wymore by the
officers. Miller finished serving a three
months sentence In Jail here a month
ago for stealing eggs from a boxcar at
Wymore. He Is 21 years of age.
TecniilHrli Hotel Sold.
TKCUMSUH. Neb.. Jun, 14.-Speclal.)-Stewart
Brothers' Investment company
of Tecumseh has traded the Hopklni
hotel of this place to T. S. Balrd of Klk
Creek for the tatter's farm adjoining Klk
Creek. The farm Includes acres and
Is valued at J12.CO0. The hotel property
nnd equipment Is valued at $11,000. Th.
Investment company retains ninety-two
feet of the lot occupied by the hotel
which Is to the north of the building.
Illinois Deadlock j
SPRINGP1KLD, 111., Jan. 14.-The
twenty-seventh and twentyielghth roll
calls on the speakership In the Illinois
house today showed that the deadlock
was as stubborn as ever, Karch re
ceived new support, but not sufficient to
change the situation.
The twenty-eighth ballot:
TIce, 47; Rapp, 3: McLaughlin, 18; Ryan,
5: Hubbard. 10; Karch. 22: Carter, 26;
Stedman. 4: McKlnley. 2.
The house then adjourned until late
AND GGIVES HIS PLEDGE
PIEP.B.B, S. D., Jan. 14.-(Speclal Tele
gram.) Thomas Sterling, the republican
primary election nominee for the United
states senate, today Issued a signed state
ment that he Is opposed to a third party
organization and that It selected to the
f.enate he will work with tho progressive
wing ot the republican party, and not
ally himself with any thlrc party move
ment, which statement practically In
sures his selection on tho first ballot.
The feature of today's session was tho
attempt on the part of Berg of Mlnne
haha to force a resolution requiring the
appropriation committee ot both houses to
report the general bill not later than the
forty-fifth day of t,he r tslou with a fur.
ther provision that no appropriation
should be included li the general bill
for any department, which might be
created by the protein cession. After
a short debato this went ove;- until to
morrow. The house then took up contest matters
and put In the discussion on the part
of the attorneys, the committee mtmbers
and house mcmbcra generally.
In ttie senate, resolutions were Intro
duced for constitutional amendmonts of
special Intcrrst to the western part ot
the state, one especially giving constitu
tional nuthorlty to the creation of Irri
gation districts. Another provides exemp
tion from taxation for educational and
Jl order (.'fine ,nr Hml.
STL'nCIS. S. D.. Jan. 14.-t8pec.ial Tcli
Biam.) All evidence In the Kdwln Fouth
ma yd murder care was concluded at 2
o'elc k tJ?ay. AfUr oxamiaing expeit
wltnekses. Drs. Howe of Dead wool and
Brundt of Sturgls. counsel for the Mate
then took up the argument, followed by
pounvel for the defense. Court adjourned
until tomorrow moirg. when arguments
will be resumed. The rase probably will
go to the Jury by noon.
NEBRASKA LUMBERMEN HERE
Two Hundred Already Arrived, but
More Are Expected.
IS ENTERTAINMENT MEETING
.o Sertoli (limine Will Take Up
Three l)n;a Allotted Chntftitlnn
nml Program Wilt llo One
Prlinnrlly for I'lensiirr.
More than 200 lumber dealers of Ne
braska have arrlvrd In Omaha nnd reg
istered at Hotel Home for the twenty
third annual convention of tho Ncbraiuu
Lumber DcHlcrs' association, which wits
called to order at 1:S o'clock this aftcr
noon. It Is expected, however, that tin
number will reach COO before the book
Very llttb business will liy taken tip uv
tho ltiniVirinrn at this convention, and
Pio time .lays' program Is made up
mainly of vntortalnmrnt features and at
dresi.es of n lighter vein.
V H. Harrison of Grand Island, presi
dent of tho association, expressed this
plan In his annual address, which opcivd
the first session. "I have to happily ti
port," said he, "that this association Is it
peace within Itself and with all l hi
world." He then said that for the fl.-st
J time In years "not a cloud obscures Its
horizon and no yellow perils are de
nouncing It as nu unclean nnd unholy or
gaulzatinn." Women attending tho convention wilt
be treated to a number of entertainments.
They were given a luncheon nnd a
' nill.llnln . I . I ...... 1 n ....... , ,....... ..
party for them and their escorts, thn
lumber dealers, will bo given nt tho
Tho entertainment Wednesday will con
sist ot a theater matinee party for the
visiting women nnd a smoker and social
for tho delegates at the Commercial club
In the evening. What Is said to be the
Joker adjunct of the convention will be
a meeting of the Hoo-Hoos Wednesday
evening, nt which "tho vice regent" for
Nebraska will be elected. This meeting
will be a smoker.
Among the irlnclpal speakers befor-j
tho convention are A. L. Ulxby of tho
Nebraska State Journal, who gavo somo
"Hlxbylsms." and W. D. Fisher of Have
lock, who talked on "Practical Advertis
ing." E. It. Gumey of Fremont, whose
subject Is "Lumbering and Finance," and
F. A, Good of Cowles, on "Cement and
Its Possibilities for the Lumberman." will
speak Wednesday afternoon.
CONVENTION IN MINNEAPOLIS
Northwestern Annoelntlon Opens ll
MINNEAPOLIS, Jan. 14 More than WO
members today attended tho opening ses
sion of the annual convention of
Northwestern Retail Lumbermen's asso
ciation here. W. TL Wood, president .f
the organization, mado ' the opening ad
All coal-dealers will
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dress, touching briefly upon anti-trust
cases brought against their organliatlin
nnd similar organizations and the nee.t
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of trade against "tho common onomy, ln
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Its allies, the political demagogue and the
Addresses also were made by A.
Swift of Omaha and L. C. Boyle ot Kan
.Mrs. .Nntlinnlel K. DnTla.
FAmnrilV. Neb., Jan. ll.-(i?poclal.l -Mrs.
Nathaniel E. Davis, one of the early
Jefferson county pioneers, passed awav
nt her home In this city nfter an extond-d
IllncJs. Death was duo to old ago and
general debility. Mrs. Dnvls was born m
Nlagam county. New York, February ,
1839. She spent her girlhood at tills plac.
and In December, 1S60. she was marrK"!
to Nathaniel E. Dnvls. The young couple
then removed to this county nnd located
on a homestead south of I'alrbury. Mm.
Davis had the distinction of being tho
last surviving charter member of tho
Prefbyterlnn church In this city. IUr
husband passed uwny several years ago.
Deceased Is survived by 'a sister, two
sons nnd two daughter;!.
Mrs. Ilerschel Smlllf.
STELLA, Neb., Jan. l.-(8pcrlal.)-Mrs.
Hersehel Smllle died yesterday ot
heart trouble nt her home In Colorndo
Springs, Colo. She was about SO years of
age and most of her life was spent In this
community. There are-no children. Sho
was a daughter of Mrs. S. H. Griffith
nnd the husband will bilnir tho body
hero Wednesday for builnl. Three broth
ers nnd one sister survive.
Thomas (Iurnett, ono of the oldest
mall carriers In Omaha In point of ser
vice died Monday nt his home, 3S19
Burt street. For tho last two mouths ho
has suffered with a severe attack of
rheumatism. Ho leaves a family of eleven
children and was 50 years of age. Ho
had faithfully served tho local postofflco
for twenty-four yenrs.
David Bradshaw. 67 years of age and
an Inmate at the county poor farm, died
yesterday from nn overdose of mor
phine. Ho was addicted to the uso of the
Horry-Vniidevriiler Cnrils Out.
STELijA, Neb., Jan. 14 (Special. )-Mr.
and Mrs. Robert C. Berry of Avon. 3.
D have Issued Invitations for the wed
ding at their home at noon Wednesday,
January 15, of his son, Nell Berry, to her
daughter, Miss Myrtle Vandoventer, The
bride-to-be Is a granddnughter of ox
Represcntatlve M. H. Vandoventer of
Stella, In whoso home sho grew to
womanhood. Robert C. Berry Is a neptn v
of the Iowa man who has made himself
famous by presenting President-elect
Wilson with a $5,000 cow.
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IOWA SALONS COUNT VOTES
Governor Clarke Formally Called
Excoutive of the State.
FEW CHANGES IN THE COUNT
Executive. Offleliil Plurality Hi"
liovrrnnr Cnrrnll Wn l,l(tt
(inner UntU Held Pcnitlim'
Imp. lilt ratljintlnn.
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
HUM MOtNICM. Jan. 11. (Special Tele-
gnnn.)-Tho legislature In Joint assembly
li elded who v,ns elected governor of
Iowa. Tho democrats mado no contest,
hence the task of going Into the Imllot
bnxivs was not entered upon and tl e
totals as received from the county offi
cials were accepted. The vote a
counted Immediately after the mesMK
of Governor Cat roll was read, and George,
W. Clarke was declared clectou governor,
with W. L. Harding lieutenant governor.
Very few changes were found from tho
vote as It waa reported Informally.
Clarke's plurality was 1.690.
Tollec Hold tin via,
drover Davis Is In the city Jail while
the police are Investigating the story f
John Prultt. his father-in-law, that Dnvls
sought to kill his wife and then commit
suicide iv few days ago. Davis has n big
cut on his cheek, which Prultt says was
Will Show One Good Iloiul.
Arrnngemeiitn are practically completed
for making use of a fifty nlll stretch of
highway In Boone and Btoty countl-s
for the demonstration by the good roads
department ot tho national Department
of Agrfculturo to show what can actually
be done In building permanent roads In
Iowa. The department will furnish n
engineer to direct the work and glvo
J10.000 toward the work. Local Inter
ests will contribute J20.000 or more for
tho building of tho road. Very likely u
muoh larger sunt will bo contributed,
The rond selected Is a part of what la
called the "Transcontinental" road. In
tention Is to uso this as n sort of dem
onstration Job for Iowa In encourage
ment of good roads work.
Traveler Desire Clmnoe lo Vote.
One of the first measures to be con
sidered by the legislature will lie a bill
to provide that commercial travelers
may cast tholr ballots while away from
home. At the Inst session of tho legisla
ture tho day for tho holding of tho state
wldo primary was changed and It was
provided that It be held on Monday'so as
tp accommodate the travelers. But thoy
desire a law under which they may cast
their ballots nt the general election with
out being at home on election day. This
will be done by means of ballots prepared
nnd mailed tinder seal to tho local elec
tion officials In tlmo to be counted.
Members of the legislature bollevo It
j o m n i
will he dlf tk nit tj properlv safeguard tho
bnllot under siuh londltlons.
Nevr llnnka OritnnUril.
Tho state banking department has
given clmrteis to seven new banks or
ganized under slate laws since tho first
of the year. Theso are mainly small
bankn organized under auspices of somo
nearby bank, but two of tho stato banks
wero formerly private banks. Two inoto
private banks Hre said to be ready to
accept organization under stato law.
The number of private hanks Is steadily
decreasing nnd In cuso a law Is passed
which may be nt this session of the legis
lature, to require private banks to make
reports, they will soon all disappear,
lnlirrltniiee Tn for Schools.
Tersons who are wnrklncr nlnntr thn
line of effort to secure better rural
schools for Iowa proposo that a big
fund to aid schools shall lie raised by n
direct Inheritance tax nnd diversion of
the collateral tax to that purpose. In
this way tho state would havo a fund for
uso In stato aided schools. Tho plan Is
to glvo this money for Industrial educa
tlon and domestic economy In these rural
schools and not to uso It for genernl
school purposes. So far as tried out the
uso of state funds In helping tho normal
training of teachers Is satisfactory
Y. W. C. A. WILL NOT TRY
TO FINANCE KEOKUK CLUB
MOOIvt'K. la.. Jan. 14,-Mlss Edna
O'Hnrra, genernl secretary of the local
Young Women's Christian association, tn.
day denied that the organization planned
getting subscriptions from local busing
people for tho local club of tho CoMmf
association on condition that thn bnso
ball enthusiasts would dispense with Sun
day base ball. Miss O'Hnrra snld:
"I did not say we would canvass tni
town for tase ball money. What will
people think of tho Young Women's
Christian nssoolotlori If It Is to bark a
thing like that? The statement that our
association Is ready to got base ball sub
scriptions Is Incorrect."
An Auto Collision
moans mnny bad bruises, which Bucklen's
Arnica Salve heals quickly, as It does
sores, cuts, burns and piles, 23 cents. For
sale by Beaton Drug Co. Advertisement.
Is of groat sorvico in, making
the blood of the right quality
and quantity normal in red
and white corpuscles and all
Got It totlny tn tlio usual liquid form
or In tho tablets known as Snrsatnhs.
One charging- of coal tn an
IDEAL. Uollcr eaiily laete
through th.e longeet tero
night. There can be no fuel
Write Department N-80
413-417 South Tenth St.,
Cincinnati, Detroit. Atlanta, Birmingham.
Spokane, San Francisco,
C IDEAL 1 J
ISOILWl - a
Causes Spitting- and Coughing.
Catarrh of tho pharynx Is very common
among men or women who are gdoil
livers. Ppoplo who drink some. Smoki
much, iatto suppers, in tho morning
they hawk and spit nnd gag. Bad tasto
In tho mouth. Sometimes It Is noon be
foro the pharynx Is In a decent condi
tion. Tongue somewhat coaled, volco
husky, feeling cross and crabbed and
generally out of sorts. This Is a condi
tion of tho phnrynx closely resembling
catarrh anl Is generally tho direct ro.sult
of habits, although not always.
IlnwkliiR nnd SplttlnR Cured.
Get n. bottle of Pet una. The first thing
In the morning, before you get yot r
clothes on, tnkc a doso of Perunn, u
tablespoonful, not more, not n less.
By the tlmo you arc ready for breakfast
your stomach will be ready also, Th
first dose may not clear up thlngn e
nctly. You may gag ond spit a bit. but
keep right on every morning, a tabic
spoonful tho first thing. Also take iv
tablespoonful beforo dinner and beforo
Lot me repeat. You had better cut out
all those late suppers nnd drinks. Cut
out v tho smoking also. Better live as f
do. In which none .if these things are
used. Go to bed early. Get up llko I do,
early In tho morning nnd tako a cold
bath. Then you will icallze the Joy of
living. But If you won t do this, tako
Pcruna as I havo described, and ydu will
count yourself a lucky man or woman
that you happened to read this article.
Po-ru-nn, Mnn-n-lln and In-cu-pla
manufactured by thn Pe-nt-na Company,
Columbus. Ohio, Sold at all drug stores.
ASK YOUR DRUG
GIST FOR FREE PE
Tho unlvcrwal Joint on tho average,
car Ih frequently troublesome. Vho
ItlCIlMOND Joint Is very strong, lti
has no caps to lose nnd tho center
blork is of 1 route', cast hollow. Tho"
Jt'lCHMOND Joint requires lubrlcat
Ivc but once a year.
Darken the Hair
A fcellnir of Badness accompanied tha
ulncovery of tho first sray hairs whlcU
unfortuntktoly are looked upon as herald
nt advancing ago. Gray hair, however
handsome It may he, maUes a person
I look old. AVe all know tho advantages
ot being youriB. Aside from tho gc-od
Impression a youthful appearance makes
' on others, (Imply knowing thut you ora
"looking It" gives ono roui-age to under
take and accomplish things. 8o why suf
fer tho handicap of looking old on ac
count of gray hairs, when a simple rem
edy will glvo your hair youthful color
nnd beauty In a few days' time?
j Mo.it people know that .common garden
trngo acts as a color restorer and scalp
I tonlo as well. Our grandmothers ivsed u
j "Sage Tea" for keeping their hair dark,
, Mjf t and luxurlent. In Wyeth's Sage and
' Sulphur Hair Kemedy we have an Ideal
i preparation of Sage, combined with Sul
i phur and other vegetable remedies for
duudruff, itching scalp and, thin, weuic
' hair that la split at tho ends or constant
' ly coming out A few applications of this
I valuable remedy will bring back the color
and In a short time It will remove ever :
trace of dandruff and greatly unprovo
the growth and appearance of the hair.
(let a fifty cent bottle from your drus
gist today, and notice tho difference In
your hair after a few days' treatment
All druggists sell It, under guarantee tlvu
the money will be refunded If the rvmed
is nut exactly as represented.
Agents, Hherman & McConnell Drug
t o . ill So. 10th-32 So. 16th-a07 N. IBtli
und 21th and Farnam Sts. AMvertlzf
One of Aycr"s Pills bedtime. just
one. Acts on tbe liver. Gently laxative.
Sagar-co&ted. All vegetable.
Sold for SO years.
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