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I UK OMAHA DAILY B1SE: SUMV, SOVK2UHJEK IT, 1001.
RICKS OF INDIAN TRADERS
lent it Omihi Rmmttoa Fartlj At
trlbut?d to Their Slj Dsdgt.
VANT TO CORNER THAT $15,000
Vrnnttir Mlllnril Afchril l -vi-nre Lift
Inn or I In- (liiiiriiiiliiM' Diil.otn
t'liiml) I'ltlren In Hi
(From n Stuff Correspondent.)
WASHINGTON, Nov. 10. (Special Tele
gram,) Tlio vlrtuul quarantining of the
Indians 6ri the Omahu nnd Winnebago res
ervation to prevent the spread o( smallpox
anions the white settlers of Dakota county
Mil In all probability be lifted at once.
It will be recalled that minora were preva
lent In eastern Nebraska that roving bands
of Indians Infected with ntnnllnx were
pieslni; through Dakota lounty nnd that
several white citizens of Homer had been
taken down with the dlhea" The senators
from Nebraska were urged to bring the
question of quarantining the reservation
before Commissioner Jones. Telegrams
worn sent to the Indian otllcc nnd Senator
Dietrich Insisted upon action being taken.
Agent Matheson received Imperative or
ders to prevent tho Indians from leaving
tho reservation. He was ordered to Isolate
any canes that ho had and to Institute
rigid quarantine. Today Senator Millard
placer) on file a numbor of remonstrances,
signed by citizens of Dakota county, pro
testing against the contlnunnce of quaran
tine regulations und asking that Agent
Matheson be Instructed to let up on hU
enforcement of his Instructions.
C. H. Maxwell of Homer, chairman of
the Dakota county republican committee,
V. H. Iluckwalter, merchant of Homer; E.
J Eamcs and thrco member of the Hoard
of Trado of Homer, petition the kenator
to iiso his Influcnco In having the existing
orders rescinded. Theso remonstrances
wero filed with Commissioner Jones. They
stato that tho danger ot smallpox on the
Indian reservation, so far ns the citizens
of Dakota county nre concerned,, has long
A singular thing has happened In con
nection with the smallpox scare around tho
Omaha and Winnebago agency and Is made
known through a letter to Senator Millard.
It appears that coincident with the orders
to Agent Matheson the distribution of
$15,000 to tho Winnebago Indlnus was In
progress and It Is Intimated that the small
pox scaro was a ruso ot the traders on the
agency to prevent the Indians from going
to Homer to trade.
Alirountlou of UriMviiliiK Itulr.
Announcement Is made at the Interior
department that tho Indian olllctals In the
Meld havo been Instructed to mako reports
as to tho effect of tho recent abrogation
by Secretary Hitchcock of tho Hrownlng
rule. It Is reiterated by the officials that
If the rovocatlon of tho ruling which per
mutes tho Indian commissioner to deslg
nato what school an Indian pupil should
attend, doen not work satisfactorily, It will
bo again Invoked. It Is expected hero that
tho authorities ot tho sectarian Hchools
will soon ask for tho Isstianca ot rations
to Buch pupils as may enter their Institu
tions. It Is stated at tho department that
suoh a request will not be granted.
Tho officials are particularly interested
In tho effect of tho revocation of Browning
ruling ott the nttendauce In tho north
western Indian schools, whero thero aro
many Catholic mission schools.
Tho application of tho State bank of
.Brldgewater, S. I)., for conversion Into tho
National bank of Hrldgcwater, with $23,000
capital, has been npproved by the comp
troller of the currency.
IliirnI Free Dcllirry ttniites.
Thcso rural freo delivery routes have
been ordered established In Iowa January
1: Audubon. Audubon county, additional
service, threo carriers; length of routes,
sevcnty-flvo miles; population served,
1,500; carriers, C. K. Hepton, J. P, Wood
land and Christian Dcrg; postofflce at Lar
land to be supplied by rural carrier. Itoss.
Audubon county, one carrier; length of
onto, twenty-four miles; population
served, COO; carrier, J. H. Sornscn; post
ofTlco nt Viola Center supplied by rural
J. L. Ili'lnr. has been appointed postmas
ter nt Eagle Center, Illnckhawk county, In.
Tho comptroller of tho currency today
approved tho Northwestorn National bank
of Minneapolis as a rceervo agent for the
Iowa Nutlonal bank ot Davenport.
Mural free delivery carriers were ap
pointed today ns follows:
Nebraska Oakland, J. W. Hulbcrt; Ne
braska City, Ira A. Goldlnot.
Iowa Sumner, Illcbard Wing; Pittsburg,
Frnnk T. Hancy; Mount Vernon, John
Whltlock; Now Provldoure, Dayton K.
firoenc; Maxwell, O. A. Kcrchcr; Emerson,
J. R. Edlo; Charlton, E. .T. Martin; AN
toona, EH Durke; Sanborn, Thomas Mo
roney; Marengo, It. H. Hreuoman; Ityan,
Transfers were, mado In tho Indian serr
Ico today as follows: Jnmr Stnley, su
perintendent of Fort Dclknap (Mont.) In
dian school, transferred to similar posi
tion nt Yankton; Mrs. Staley, teacher at
Fort Ilelknap, transferred to Yankton.
RURAL MAIL 0NHIGHER PLANE
5iiirrtiitriulriit of Delivery Dlsriissoa
Kxtciialoit of Nimv Steiu tit
. Cliiasinpit .Si-rtlce.
WASHINGTON, Nov. lfi. Superintendent
A. W. Machen of tho free delivery systom
of tho Postofllco department was In confer
ence today with tho members ot the Civil
Eervlco commission relative to tho proposi
tion to transfer tho rural 'free delivery
branch of tho Postofllco department work
to the classified service. This system has
gradually grown from n small beginning to
largo proportions within the Inst fow years
nnd as It wan not Included In the classified
servlco at tho beginning of Us existence,
appointments In that service have been
made without reference to tho require
ments of tho civil servlco law.
Thero aro now botween 0,000 and 7,000
persons employed In this work, which ex
tends all over tho United States, nnd not
only tho members of tho commission, but
tho rostofflco department officials them-
With Your Eyes
Bo4aab Caased hy Eye train.
Many persona whose beads are constantly
chlng have no Idee, what relief scientific
ally fitted (lasers will give them.
THE H, J, PENFOLD CO.
LBADIXO SOIBMTrtG OPTICIANS.
MAn ST. . !( Betel,
selves, have been coming to the conclusion
that this system should be embraced within
the classified service.
Mr. Machen went over the ground thor
oughly with tho commission today nnd
while no positive conclusion was reached,
It was stated by both parties to the con
ference that the prospect for tho exten
sion of the civil service requirements to
the rural free delivery Is good, and It li
quite certain that tho extcnilon will be
PRESIDENT IS WESTERN MAN
.Niiri' lilnliii .Hi-nntora of III I'er
aniinl Interest In Trnmml
WASHINOTON. Nov. K-Senators Du
bois and Hcltfcld of Idaho was among the
president's callers today. While the sena
tors called primarily to pay their respects
to the president, thoy Incidentally dis
cussed with him legislation In which tho
west particularly Is Interested. President
Koosovclt laughingly recalled an Incident
of the last Inauguration, when he, ns vice
president in tho chair, and Senator licit
feld on the floor, wero the only persons
In i he senate chamber. They concluded
the business of the day and on motion of
tho Idaho senntor adjourned.
The president also recalled the. fact that
Senator Dubois Is a graduate of Ysle and
expressed pleasure that so many Yalo men
were In congress, Senator Dubois replied
that whllo he wos a Yale man, he was a
democrat, and had not called to nsk po
litical favors ot the president. After tho
call both senators expressed themselves ns
satisfied with the president's views on
legislation for tho west.
"Tho president remarked," said Senator
Dubois, "that ho a western man himself.
I guess that Is right."
HANCOCK IS 0FF THE SHOAL
'I'm naiiiirt turutiml off .imunkl la
Clouted nml I'rm Ii to Iti'llrf
WASHINOTON. Nov. 1C The quarter
master general of tho army has received
N.VOASAKI. Nov. K Hancock grounded
sandbar, entrance Inland sen. Was floated
high tide today, rnlnjured. Will go to
relief of Wnrren at once. UAXTER.
Tho last sentence means that Hancock
will Join Warren at Kobo aud take Its
passengers, Including tho congressional
party, and bring them to the United States.
a xai-'ij i:vkstmi; vr.
A .ViiiiiiiI ln cntiiieiif A Suit liiti-at.
It Is seldom that a person of moderate
means has an opportunity to Invest In an
Enterprise which will bring largo returns.
The man ot large means Is always on
the lookout for such opportunities and
with his large capital at hand quickly se
cures the coveted prize.
In lSJ'J such an opportunity was pre
sented to tho man of small means and from
an original Investment of $..,000 has grown
tho colossal fortuno of the Standard Oil
Co. syndicate. Again that opportunity pre
sents Itself, history will repeat Itself, a
new list of multl-mllllonalres Ib being
formed and In a few years the individual
who Is tncapablo or tardy In taking udvan
tago of t'uu present, will again envy the
not moro fortunate, but more wise, person
who acted, solzed the opportunity and
thereby founded his fortune. The
OMAHA-TEXAS OIL CO..
by the foresight of Its founders, early so
cured the oil lands held by It and which
havo crcatly grown In valuo and nro be
coming moro and more valtiablo dally.
Think of $800,000 being offered and refused
for ono acre of ground on Splndlo Tops
heights and yet tho Spindle Tops heights
property, owned lu fee, simple fee, and
unencumbered, by tho
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In a llttlo whllo wo won't need the money
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for froincnno to como around to forco for
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Bargains of every description on tho want
Send for , 4
Illustrated Stmto. irrAMto '
Other lines of Underwear from 50o n gar
21!) 8. Hth St.
For sale by Sherman & McConncll Drug Co,
Clem , Sio.CO
Homo ., , $.i0.t)
Concert ( $'5.(0
Columbia Ornphophoncs $5.0o up
Columbia Concert Oruphophones,.
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DAKOTA LAWYER DISBARRED
Itirjli Attorn Diiolpllnei fr Rfi;nci
EXCUSE GiVEN DOES NOT SUIT HITCHCOCK
eerrlnry of Interior I'orlilila AV. C.
Ilmlrru to I'riictli'i- llrforo De
partment In leu of Cruel
WASHINOTON. Nov. 16. Secretary
Hitchcock has disbarred William C.
Dtidcrus, an attorney of Sturgls, S. D.,
from practicing before tho Interior depart
ment because of criticisms alleged to havo
been mado by tho latter on tho lato Presi
dent McKlnley. Tho letter written by Sec
retary Hitchcock In which this action Is
taken explains tho department's proceeding
and gives tho reason for It. It reads In
part an fojlows:
"Under date of October 11, 1901, copies
of certain papers on fllo In the department
wero forwarded to you, wherein you were
charged with having expressed your satis
faction nnd gratification nt tho recent na
tional calamity resulting tn the death of
our lato president, William McKlnley, at u
tlmo when the whole country was plunged
In grief and was deploring tho dastardly
and Inhumanly murderous attack upon tho
president, by making use of the following
language: 'I am glad of It and I hope ho
will die, as theie will ba one more tyrant
Ilrnaoii .Not Aileiiintr.
"You were at tho same time to show
cause within thirty days from that dato
why you should not be disbarred from
practlco by reason of your language, as
above set forth. In reply you do not deny
using such language as charged, subitnn
tlatly. but allege that the remarks used
by you wero due to thoughtlessness and
excitability nnd Immediately regretted, ami
moreover that you have already suffered
Woman's Work in Club
On Wednesday of this week a Thanks
giving donation party will bo given at the
Old Ladles' Home, 271S Hurt street, for the
benefit of tho aged Inmates of that Institu
tion. Tho Woman's Christian association,
which supports the, home, has sent out
about 1,000 largo paper bags on which aro
printed a list of some of tho things most
acceptable and tho announcement that cash
donations v.ill be received at tho homo or
by Mrs. P. U Perrlne of 1D20- Dodge street.
The members of the association will bo at
tho homo during the day and .Invite nil In
terested In the work to call and have tea
and seo their Institution.
The members of the Parish Aid of Trlnityi
Cathedral will soon Issuo Invitations to '"" """""
musical which Is to bo given under thelrl '''"K f the purpose of oa.li In his opln
auspices at the home of Mrs. Hermant'on tho "Essays on Human I nderstandlng"
Kountze on December 20 for the benefit ot-aro tho philosophical basis of all tin- other
their work. Tho members of tho Aid are
olso planning to hold a Christmas sa!6 at
the parish home on Saturday, De6ember 7.
The most successful convention that has
yet been held by the Nebraska Woman's
Suffrago nssoclatlou closed at Lincoln on
Thuradny ntter a two days' session. Afildo
from the mauy other Interesting feature',
tho exccutlvo session of Thursday morning,
which continued In the afternoon, was the
most Important. It was definitely settled
that tho state headquarters at Omaha
should bo retained nnd when tho necessity
of field work In tho state was presented by
Mrs. Cntt tho women rcndlly subscribed
$1,000 to carry It ou. Tho election of offi
cer followed, nil the old officers being re
elected with tho exception of treasurer nnd
one auditor. The list stands: President,
Mrs, Clara A. Young, Drokcn How; vice
president, Mrs. A. J. Marble, Table. Ilock;
corresponding secretary, Mrs. J. A. Den
ney. Lincoln; treasurer. Mrs. John A.
Dempster, Omaha; auditors, Mrs. Mary
Hayward of Chadron and Mrs. Belle Sears
About sixty women were present yester-
day alternoon at ino icciunt j,icn ".
A. Hots Hill, Ph. D., of tho University of
Copley for Gold Thimbles.
Copley for Sterling Child's Cup.
Copley for Candelabras.
Copley for Large Gold Lockets.
Copley for the Nicest, Largest and best
stock GENUINE EBONY GOODS.
Copley for Turquoise Matrix Brooches.
SELECT NOW TAKE LATER.
WARES OF GOLD AND SILVER.
115 SOUTH 10TB ST., IMXTOH BLOCK.
Epeclal Watch Rxamlntr B. A M. Rjr
Chtf Watch iDtptitor O. n. !. Rj O.
K. C. A K Ry. nd K. C. A N. Hy.
Hats Given Away
See us about It nnd bring a silver
dollar In and exchange It for a pair ot
tho best gloves on earth.
They Kelley & Heyden,
Makeshifts 16th & Chicago.
Not the Icy Mitt
The Woolen Mitt
Gloves witH Silk Lining or
'Ulthnnt I Inlnn
iiiiiivhi a....ii.ij y
50c to $2.00 a Pair.
The $2.50 Hatter. 107 S. 16th.
A safe, nalnlen. nr.
tlent la well. Co$ultatlon and took frtt, by nUll
tlft WalBUt 8trt,KAMIAS CITT, 6.
sufficiently through local Influences, all of
i which should bo considered In extenuation
of your offense.
"This explanation Is not satisfactory and
cannot bo accepted In mitigation or In
! condonation of the cruel language uied by
you on tho occasion In question and no
good rcison Is advanced why a prohibitory
order should not be Issued In our case,
j "In view of your reprehensible conduct
I In the premises It Is ordered that you no
longer bo recognized as attorney or ogen'
In tho prosecution ot any ialm or other
matter beforo tho department or any of
1 Its bureaus."
Stop Suit AKnlnat Ilia Wife
SIOUX FALLS, S. D.. Nov. 16. (Special. 1
Tho case Instituted by J. C. Schult2, land
lord of the new hotel at Oarrctson, against
his wlfo nnd Charles Flick, a cook In tho
hotel, on a statutory charge, has been
dropped. While tho conclusion of the pre
I llmlnnry examination was still pending
Schuitz Informed State's Attorney Scott
that ho wished the case dropped. He was
permitted to withdraw the complaint upon
payment of tho costs la tho case.
Dedalou Doesn't .Suit Thorpe.
PinitltE, S. D.. Nov. 16. Special Tele
gram.) Judge flnffy today announced his
decision In tho Pearl township artesian
well rase, holding that the township Is en
titled to tho well, but that Thorpe, the,
owner of the land, has the right to pay for
tho well and secure tltlo to same. If he.
docs not deslro to purchase, tho town then
has tho right to purchase In perpetuity th'
land on which the well was sunk. Thorpe)
will probobly appeal.
Mitchell Couple's Colilcn W'rililliiK,
MITCHELL, S. D., Nov. 16. (Speclnl.) I
The golden wedding anniversary of Mr.
and Mrs. Andrew Jacobson was celebrated
here Thursday night. They wero married
nt Cottland, Sweden, November U, 1851,
whero they rOBlded until 1S83, wheu they
came to the United States and moved di
rect to Mitchell.
Kmrry Order n llol llitml.
SIOUX FALLS. S. D.. Nov. 16. (Special.)
-The town council of Emery has arranged
Nebraska on "The Works of John Locke."
under tho auspices of the department of
English literature ot the Woman's dub.
lu addition to tho lecture tho program In
cluded several musical numbers. Trof.
Hill gave a sketch of the llfo of Locke,
tho environments that Influence his works
and tho dlfforcnt periods when his writing
was done, summing him up as a nun ot
affairs with tho education of the typical
man of letters, not a great writer In the
true literary seuse. but singularly clear
and matter of fart. He next took up
Locke's works In roiiolocli-.il order. "Let-
tera on Toleration," "Troallie on Oovem-
"""" ' " u" " ...
worss ana iney were wnucn mi mu prac
ticul nlm ot Inducing men to think for
themselves. The lecture was most Inter
esting and was highly appreciated, espe
cially by the members of the department,
who have been making a study of Locke's
Tim program for tomorrow's meeting of
the Woman's club Is rcploto with Interest
ing reports and matters of business, among
which are tho report of tho rooms com
mittee, when definite action will bo taken
regarding tho meeting place for tho gen
eral meeting: n report of tho philanthropic
committee, which has Just opened Its work
In tho mission nt Third ami William'
streets nnd a presentation of the project
of education, a young colored woman from
tho south to return to her people to tako
up tho kindergarten work. This will also
be decided upon by the club.
Saturday, November P, a dozen members
ot George Crook Woman's Hellef corps
wero entertained In Blair by John A. Dlx
Woman's Relief corps. Recitations by Mtss
French and Miss Pearl Curtis and solos by
Miss Gertrudo Mcado contributed to tho
enjoyment of tho occasion. A guessing
Try a Box Today
WJio Is it thnt makes tho popular fun
tiles? Ask the lovers of pure cantly
Wc will trust lo their judgment Our
enntly Is known all over the country for
its purity aud perfeetloii Kvcrybody
likes our enntly after once- tactlug It
They cannot help but like It mado fi-osli
every day from Hie very best materials
wc enn obtain It Is the most delicious
coufoctlon thnt can be made On your
way liomc today Htop in anil tnke home,
with you ono of our pound boxes you
can't please the family better.
W. S. Balduff.
1620 Farnaia St.
Gettng Ready For Thanksgiving-
Tho turkeys will bo ready They al
ways aro Arc you rendy?' -Aren't there
some things you need?- Handsome :i
pleco btag handle carving sets from
?L50 to 50.00 set Hcautlful white han
dle, sets for $5 Elegant ebony handle
onrvlng sets with sliver mountings for
?4.5 Three-piece stag hnndlo bird sets,
51.50 set up Then wo hnvc beautiful
pcnrl hnndlo poultry shears lu our mag
nificent display Five o'clock teas, chaf
ing dishes and coffee pots Notlco somo
! of tho Interesting prices wo make on
such goods nnd let us supply your neetls.
A. C. Raymer
Builders' Hardware nnd Tools.
1514 Far nam St.
Are the most complete In the west Wo
carry all kinds and colors and always
receive new shipments dally, making
, our stock strictly fresh all tho time no
old stock to select from strictly fresh
' dnlly We have complete colors In Sax
' ony, zephyrs, Spanish, Ciermnn knittings.
Shetland and fairy tlossos, Angorn and
ice wool Hon't forgot wo mnko stock
ings like mother used to mnku in any
sire or color Hook your orders now for
your Chrlstimis sweaters.
Jos. F. Bilz
The most complete yarn atore In the we it
Tel. 1993.. 322 So. 16th St.
Mill orders promptly tilled.
for the sinking of an artesian well, which
must furnish 200 barrels of water per day
' for n period of ono year. It will be con
; ducted from tho well to a largo elevated
WOODMEN HAVE A GREAT RALLY
lH r Hundred Conic from I.IiiimiIii to
Meet Tlirlr Oninlui
At the ln itation of the Twin City
Promotion committee, representing tho
fourteen Omaha and South Omaha camps,
a delegation of 500 Modern Woodmen of
America came up from Lincoln and Have
lock last evening on a special train. With
1 tho visitors were Director A. It. Talbot and
It. E. Johnson, state deputy head consul.
I Director C. J. Saunders of Council Muffs
and C. II. T. Illepen, district deputy head
consul, were also In attendance. The only
delegation from outside the stato was com
posed of n dozen enthusiastic Woodmen
from Itockport, Mo.
Tho object of tho big meeting hold nt
oodmen hall, Sixteenth and Capitol avo
nue, was the promotion of woodcraft
throughout tho state. In furtherance of
this Idea, speeches were mado by proml
nent Woodmen of the visiting nnd local
camps. Initiatory exercises were exempli
fied by State of Nebraska camp No. 2266 of
Lincoln, with tho drill team under Captain
Walters nnd tho following officers In
tliarge: W. S. Hhodes, veuorablo consul;
F. r. Priest, adviser; W. J. Trump, banker;
N. Ellrldge. escort; J. II. Kelly, watch
man. A featuro ot the evening was tho
singing of the quartet from Haveloek camp
Tho following Omaha and South Omaha
camps wero represented by uniformed de
gree drill tenms: Camp No. 120, Captnln
H. C. Martens; No. 013, Captain Platz:
No. 1095, Captain J. T. Cooley; No. H35,
Captain Stnfford; No. 1S33, Captain O. C.
Dartlett; No. 2722, Captnln Frank Osborne;
No. 4771, Captain John Chaeborlot. Lin
coln camps: No. 2266, Captain C. P. Walt
era; No, 63. Captain J. J. Eddy; No. Olfl,
Captain F. O. Smith. Havclock camp No.
1222, Captain Dally.
Don't miss readjng tho want ad pase.
contest created a great deal of amusement
and prizes were won by two of tho Omaha
guests. A supper wns served at 6 o'clock,
after which two recitations wero given by
Mrs. Corhctt of Omaha and short addresses
by Mrs. Fuller, Mrs. Hungato nnd others.
Mrs. Atmee Kcnuey, president of John A,
Dlx -corps, assisted by Mesdames Alta
Walnrlght, Howes, Davis, French, Wlshart
and many others received tho guests with
such warm courtesy as to mako another
visit to the hospitable corps most desira
ble. The Women's Foreign Missionary society
ot tho Methodist church of tllo district ot
Omaha held Its semi-annual convention on
Friday at Seward Street Methodist Episco
pal church. Mrs. D. K. Tlndall opened the
service and Mrs. J. H. Schneider mado tho
address of welcome. Mrs. A. 1 Mlckel of
South Tenth Street Melhodlflt Eplscbpnl
church responded. The business session in
cluded tho usual routine reports nnd ap
pointment of committees, after which a
memorial was held for Mitt. J. M. Glllan,
who for years so efficiently pervert tho or
ganization ns secretary. This was followed
by n solo by Mrs. T. F. Sturgcss and then
these officers wero elected: President, Mrs.
C. L. Chaffco ot First Methodist Episcopal
church; vlco president, Mrs. Foot of First
church; second vice president, Mrs. Head
of South Omaha; recording secretary, Mrs.
Pettlgrcw of Monmouth Park; correspond
ing secretary. Mrs. L. A. Harmon; treas
urer. Mrs. F. F. Porter. It was decided
thnt tho next meeting should bo held at
Monmouth Pnrk church In April. An hour's
Intermission followed, during which dinner
was served tho (siting women by the
women of Soward Street church. Tho aft
ernoon meeting opened at 2 o'clock with
devotional services. "Tho Needs of tho
Women's Foreign Missionary Society" were
presented In nn address by Mrs. M. M.
Slceth. A solo by Miss Esther Straight
and some reports of committees concluded
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to be traced to the kidneys, but now modern science proves that nearly
all diseases have their beginning in the disorder of these most import
Your other organs may need attention but your kidneys most, be-cause-
they do most and need attention first.
If you are sick or "feel badly," begin taking Dr. Kilmer's Swamp.
Root, the great kidney, liver and bladder remedy, because as soon ns
your kidneys are well they will help all the other organs to health.
A trial will convince anyone.
The mild and Immediate effect nt Dr.
Kilmer's Swamp-Hoot, tho great Ulilney
and hlntlder rcn edy, Is soon rcnllzccl. It
Htnnds tho highest for Its wonderful cures
ot tho most dlstrpstlug enses. Swnnip
Hoot will set your wholt? system right,
nml tho best proof of this Is n trial.
It West 117th St.. New York City.
Dear Sir; Oct. 13th, llnw.
"I linil been suffering severely fiom
kidney trouble. All symptoms were on
hand; .my former strength und power liml
lrft m: I could hardly drag myself nlnng.
Kvi'ii my mental capacity wns giving out,
nnd often I wished to dlo. It was thou I
raw nn advertisement of yours lu n Now
York nnper. but would not have paid any
nttentlon to it, had It not premised a
sworn guarantee with every bottle of
your medicine, nrsprtltig that your
Swnmp-Hoot Is purely vegetable, nnd docs
not contain any harmful drugs, I am
seventy yearn and four mouths old, and
with u good conscience I can recommi'iiu
Swamp-Hoot to all suffprers from kidney
troubles, Tour members of my family
linvo btun using Swnmp-Hoot for'four dlt
ferent kidney diseases, with the samo
With many thank- to you, I remain,
Very truly yours.
IlOhEKT HE UN Ell,
You may havo a sample bottle nt this
famous kidney remedy, Swamp-Hoot, sent
freo hy mall, postpaid, by which you mny
test Its virtues for such disorders as kidney,
uiauaer ami uric acid diseases, poor diges
tion, wncn obliged to pass your water fre
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quently night aud dny. smarting or Irrita
tion In passing, brlck-dust or sediment In
the urine, headache, backache, Inmo back,
dlzilness, slerplessnebs. nervousness henrt
disturbance, due to bad kidney trouble, skin
eruptions from had blood, neuralgia, rheum
ntlsm. diabetes, bloating. Irritability, worn
out feeling, lock of ambition, loss of ticih
sallow complexion, or Ilrlghfs disease
If your water when allowed to icmniii
undisturbed In a glass or bottle, for twentv.
four hours, fprms a sediment or settling
or has n cloudy appearance, It s evidence
that your kidneys and bladder need m.
If you have the slightest symptoms nf
kidney or bladder trouble, or f ,,cro ls a
trace of It In your family history. end n't
onco to Dr. Kilmer & Co.. ninghnmton, N
., who will gladly ond you by mail, Im
mediately without cost lo you, a sampln
bottlo of Swnmp-Hoot nnd a book contain
ing many of tho thousands upon thousand
of testimonial letters received from men
and women cured. Ho sure to say that you
read this generous offer In tho Omaha
Swamp-Hoot Is pleasant to take and Is
for sslo tho world over nt druggists in hot
ties of two nlicH and two prices fifty renl.s
and ono dollar. Hemembcr tho imm,
Swamp-Hooi, nnd the address, lllngbamton',
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