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JUNE 20, l&C? U6 Ncbrac!;ct Independent Cycamore Mineral 8pringt Water Free In order to Introduce Sycamore min eral water, to those who have not tried it, Mr. Kauffman, proprietor of the springs, informs the readers of The Independent that on receipt of your address with this ad, and $1.25 to pay for carboy, will send free of charge five gallons of Sycamore Min eral water, you to pay express charges. Sycamore mineral water is recom mended to cure Rheumatism, Stomach and Kidney troubles ; in fact all chronic diseases. ; ; 1 - Those . suffering from excessive drinking of alcoholism will find ready relief at the Springs. ? It is an ideal place for rest, and recreation, prices moderate and ac commodations good. v ; For further information1 regarding the Springs, address Mn E. V. Kauff man, Sabetha, Kansas. LEGAL NOTICE. Susan Hubbard Hyatt, plaintiff, vm. Ed ward Heller, and Heller, first name unknown, his wife, Peter Gerkin, an(j Gerkln, first name unknown, bin wife, Emerson H. Eaton, and the un known heirs at law and devisees of Ed ward Heller, deceased, Peter Gerkln, de ceased, and Emerson H. Eaton, deceased, defendants. To Ed ward. Heller, and - Heller, first name unknown, his wife, Peter Ger kln and : Gerkln, first name un known, his wife Emerson H. Eaton, and the unknown heirs at law and devisees of Edward Heller, deceased, Peter Gerkin, deceased, and Emerson II. Eaton, de ceased, defendants: ' ' You will take notice that on the 14th dav of June. 1905, Susan Hubbard Hyatt, the plaintiff, filed a petition in the district court of Lancaster county, Nebraska, apainst you, the object and prayer of said petition being to quiet in the plaintiff the title to the Southwest Quarter (Sw 14) of Section Thirty-two (32) in Township 321even (11) North Range Six (6) East of the 6th P. M. in Lancaster County, Ne braska, and to bar the interests claimed by said defendants or any of them in said premises. You are required to answer said petition on or before Monday the 24th day of July, 190,' - SUSAN HUBBARD HYATT. By C. T. Knapp, her attorney . Dated June 14th, 190. SHERIFF'S SALE. Notice is hereby given. That by virtue of an Order of Sale Issued by the Clerk of the District Court of the Third judicial district of Nebraska, within and for Lan caster county, in an action wherein Henry A. Somers is plaintiff, and Bethany Man ufacturing Company, a corporation et al., defendants. I will, at 2 o'clock, p. m., on the 5th day of July, A. D. 1905, at the east door of the court house, in the city of Lincoln, Lancaster, county, Ne braska, offer for sale at public auction, the following described lands and tene ments, to-wit: The southeast quarter of block twelve (12) in Bethany Heights, In Lancaster county, Nebraska. Given under my hand this 31st day of May, A. D. 1905. NICHOLAS RESS, Sheriff. SHERIFF'S SALE. Notice Is hereby given, that by virtue of an order of sale. issued by the clerk of the District Court of the Third Judicial District Of JNeoraPKa wunin ana lor juun oaslcr count v. !n an action wherein Thomas J. Doyle, Trustee, is plaintiff, and Consumers Ice Company, incorpor ated of Lincoln, Nebraska, defendant, I will, at 2 O'clock p. m., on the 18th day of July, A. D. 1905, at the east door of the court house, in the city of Lincoln, Lan caster county, Nebraska, offer for sale at public auction the folowing described lands and tenements, to-wit: - Lot four (4), block one hundred sixteen (116) original plat, situated at 721 K street city of Lincoln, county of Lancas ter, state of Nebraska. Given under my hand this 14th day of June, A. D. 1905. , . - - : NICHOLAS RESS. Sheri NOSECANCER CURED Mr. A. Canfield of Tecumseh, Neb., suffered with severe cancer of the nose. He has been entirely cured by Dr. T. O'Connor and will answer any in quiries from other sufferers'. Write thim and at the same time fiend a full c.Tintinn nf the cancer to Dr. T. O'Connor, Lincoln. Neb. He can cure vou. His charges are reasonable and terms of Dav ment easy. SUFFERED FOR YEARS WITH A COMPLICATION OF FEMALE DISEASES. Robust Women Who Owe Their Restored Health and Usefulness to Peruna. Read the tetters of Grateful Women Cured bv Dr. S. 0. Ilartman's by v Free Advice. Thousands of Testimonials Re ceived Evicry Year. ' An Ideal Medicine. MISS LOUISE MATHER, 13Church St., Burlington, iVt., Vice-President Bureau of Exchange, writes: , . : "Your medicine is an ideal woman's medicine and by far the best! have known to re store lost health and strength. " I suffered for several years. My back ached, I had bearing down pains, and frequent head aches. "I would often wake from sleep in such pain that I would suffer for hours before my eyes would close again. I dreaded the Ions; nights as well as the weary days. " 1 consulted two physicians, hoping to get relief. Finding that their medicine did not seem to cure me, a friend ad vised me to try Peruna. . " I am certainly glad that I followed her advice, for Peruna was the only medicine for me. Every ache and pain disap peared in four months and I am in perfect health now. 'My earnest advice to suf fering women is to try Pe runa, for I feel sure they will not be disappointed In it,1' . Louise Mather. Enjoying Splendid Health. Mrs. L. E. Tyler, Santa Monica, Cal., Secretary Santa Musical Society, writes : ' ' was troubled tor over three years with systemic catarrh, complicated by female weakness and inflammation. "This induced frequent headaches, nervousness, hysteria and sleepless ness, which nothing could relieve until i tried Peruna. I began to feel better after I had taken the first bottleful and improved from week to week until at the end of about eleven weeks I was entirely well. "I am "pleased to say that I have enjoyed splendid health now for nearly ft year. I have a fine appetite, enjoy sound sleep and do not suffer from any more headaches or other pains." L. E. Tyler. msmw m, m ' ft" 'I J v xlIBPwrHEf?: m& v; '-urn TWl rL.E. TYLER: Monica j j -in FT)ITH vs Completely Regained Her . Health. . Miss Edith Reams, 726 North Main St., Day ton, O., writes : ' " I suffered for some time with both lung and female troubles. " had been under the treatment of a good physician for about nine months without obtaining any relief, when Peruna was recommended to me. After taking twelve bottles, of this medicine ! have completely regained my health. " I am pleased to recommend Peruna to any one suffering from the above ail ments." Edith Reams. No testimonials published without written consent of the writer. ', America is the Land of Nervous Women. The majority of women are nervous because they suffsr from some -form of female disease. ,- ' The greatest obstacle in the way of recovery is that they do not understand that catarrh is the main source of their illness. . ; .' ; . . . -. Women who are in doubt as to their ailments' should write to Dr. Hart man, President of The Hartman Sanitarium, Columbus, O. Give him a full descrip tion of your symptoms, previous treat ment and age. i , He will promptly reply with full di rections for treatment, free of charge . Office Phone 517 , Residence Phone 497 Dr. J. M. Blrkner Physician and Surgeon 929 O St : : : : : Lincoln, Neb ' Captain Commanding Hospital Corp Nebraska Would You Better Your Condition? We have an article that sella itself Agents make $5 per day. Others are, why not you? . Write today for full particulars. Send two two-cent stamps to WESTERN FLY-GUARD CO., 30 Burr Blk., Lincoln. Neb. 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