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TITE OMAHA DAILY BEE: SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1003.
Dining Room furniture for Thanksgiving f pniT siTfTVTC? Oond furnfture costs but little more thnn lrlll I ' V I 1 P"nr furniture, hut It hm MERIT. Wk f-- AllaJ llN,Y SKLLi FURNITURE THAT HAS MERIT. A few of our many special inducements on sale this week: FURNITURE 133.10 quarter-sawed, hand polished, oak combination buffet. French Q( flats mirror, bra.s trimming, lemtiful rielpn O- J i quarter- wed onk hand polished side table, one long , u u rtfk drawer and ulielf below , 70,tl X1H.60 quarter-aawed gulden oak china, cabinet, French plate Uf f rZft iihaped mirror top pliiUU fl.0f) quarter-sawe.l golden oak polished round extension & 1 1 ff table, 4.-lnrh top t? ltft Z.Z5 dining chairs, qimrter-ea wed oak. wood Beat, broad t.a ;iTK CURTAINS We are selling curtain at prices that appeal to all buyers that wish to beautify their home at a amall EXPENSE. See Our West Windows. Tor LACE CUKTAINS on sale Monday, Al(J.OO They are convincing arguments. ...RUGS... Our reputation for low prlcea on HUGS more fully sustained THI8 WEEK than ever. , Baker Furniture Co. 1315-17-19 Farnam St. siaeos asto owin.a. Boas. FJENSAKtJ I IJ C IJcS i. Crane's Fine Stationery-Of lice Supplies. Tangwell's Loose Leaf Devices. We carry The Waterman, The Sterling and our own Special Gold Fountain Pen $1.00 up. , nail Orders Solicited. BOOKS AT CUT PRICES. SUBSCRIPTIONS taken for any magazine published in the WORLD. , Barkalow Brothers, 1012 Farnam St. Omaha. Tel. D2234 Over $30,000.00 in salaries was paid in one week to stenographers placed in positions by our Em ployment Department. ' We can place in a good position every' competent stenographer and type writist who will apply to us. The demand is greater than the supply, and is' constantly increas ing. 1 We want more good operators." Smith Premier operators are always in demand, and command the best salaries. . i TKE SMITH PREMIER TYPEWRITER CO. Cor. 17th and Farnam Sts., Omaha, Neb. IS Her I J n v- WT 1 the kitchen floor and mie.ted the time. Her mother foil ol the oven and gue&sed the heat. ThU modern, ap-to-datt woman doe. neither, (or SUB KNOWS. She ha a New Mo.r.'a bt.el Rinit, with a reliable Own Thtnnnmtltr and every taillity for conking with ae and certainty. Be sura and live ua opportunity to abow you these before you buy. For anle by H ebraska Sooth Omaha, and by all Vthiskey and Beer Habit "ORRIN E," A 9 AFC, BURS AMD MARULZ&a 0PrCFO. Phyeiclaaa prononaie druaktaac.. a 41ante of the n-rvroj iiihi, creatine a morbid cxavtag fvr a a.lnialaul. t outiuued iadnlyrac in vhiaker. beer r wi.e rata away the Waal liat.g and tt.peflra the dlratii ui.in. lata dairoyL-r lb. duuiion a ad KBlaiae the S.alta. No - wi.l pov.r ' c' heal the iafl roed .tmuuih uembraa.e. "OKKISI." vera.anenily rca.rra In. craviair tor liqu r br .ctinir uirecilr c the affected urnvrwuii' ikwiauit i.u4 tia.tir.. rrant tn ouraa t coadiliua.. improrl.jr tae apparuie aad rraloriatr the bealik. Koaaatt.riuat irruimeai nrrtwari : "OkKINE" caa t. taa.a &t your ca buua without patUclty. Can be fiTca aerretly tf oeaired. CURE GUARANTCED Mr. K.T. Rim. IlrooVlra. N.T . vitin "Car aaata a a teraiy-y.sr tlraokard iwkmw o aianhuod aad b.aklh tr tour bu.ee H'ORklNe:.' It ia a wu..0r)al aid aaarratuaa car. for tt.tlr ak k.Mt. Xf a. WyctiS. N,w York Cit.-. wrttee: Ok BIS ' cered c-.t huaucu d, b w.a a ataa4y draakaid ur tianr yeara. ila now baa a. tfmre fur aiUa.ltuta. hi. bralik ll food aad bale fully n.t-r.U to maaivjoc. it. aaa oaly hoxeaot a I N k' " Jara. W. L. U.Uelca-i. kloot.r.ta: "I ae waiu4 eoe year batei. wriii. y af tk purwMiii en, ol ai , Ha t.k eaaitanaaa truainwat. aa veil aa otUer ad- Cartuwdcam. but thay alt failed a.ul we ' bta omiMi.' U aow fail re aurd b, hoilik and baa .u imi. fcx Jrink." Mr. U. 1. k., b.iu.a fur. kLriiH: I aat uii.bed I.. i oniibiauo t. a d tM u4lk.tguiiilU ..rij. 'UliUiM,' ( ay tui ' iiiii a Are you ready for your Thanksgiving Dinner? Our sale of dining; roam fur niture is an interesting topic to MONEY SAVERS. hand polished, saddle u "J v D Not Fail to See T is Game Board. OUR $1.00 FOUNTAIN November 4, 1903. Moore's Stoves Always Fiease SHE GUESSING? Not Muchl frr.ndmnther w.toh.Ml . mhmA am ParaMnre A Carpet large ilott dealer. to.. OR MONEY REFUNDED. yoa direct. I wa n comar draaka'd for tweaty t.ara, bat tu-day i ant ffeif aar daire for luar. Yoa bae foaad tu. spe cific. Cud tire, yr.! ' air. A. K. L . AtUata. T.a. writeat "I waa bera wxk a tcT.aif wnuk.y aad drank it fd: t!'.inr-two frara it AnaUr brongtat aae t lb. cutb-r, toaael... aad irieodtcae I waa (i -wrrlo a ui tciat tae crariaf aad wuaU Mr! and I tu rt win. ..t. Fua bea'aot nkKlNE' cared av o( all deatre aad i bow hai. ike as 11 linaor " frkaSi per loa. a Mie. f.raS. Mailed la rlaia, araird a rapir bv Orriee CosspaaT. 17 lata at ml. Wa-hlavtvn. D. C. Ulcieeu iuf booklet (v.led) t oe i&aaat. bold aad racoainaradrd by Sm?n & F.!cCcci3l! Dnij Co. . Cas.1SUsavb4 t.r.rtr... (1,.. THREE QUARTERS OF MILLION Mots Tlaa This Amount Methodirts Oits for ronigi Miaions. OLD APPROPRIATIONS ARE INCREASED General Cafereme. Pata Mere M.aey la Work .1 Edaeatlaar Forelsa era aad) riaaa for New raellltlea. Tlie freneral mlenlonary committee of the Methodist church yesterday appro priated a total of 7H5,39 amons: the various foreign miaaiona. Europe received for gen eral missionary purposes 1136. tl 4, aa against I13S.9S9 for last year; South America and Mexico were awarded $135,970, while the sum for the last year wan 1130.747; Africa, 141,01)0, last year, I40.CC0; Asia and Malay sia, 133,5i:. as against H79.200 for last year. Prior to the appropriation work three ixibcommlttees reported Immediately after the opening of the session. These were the committee which had been appointed to make a provisional appropriation of the foreign fund for presentation to the com mittee of the whole, the committee to draft a proposal of division to foreign missions of the S7B.000 set aside for buildings and the committee to which the proposed change In administration of the Chile missions bad been left. Dr. H. K. Carroll read the report of the first of these and Dr. A. B. Leonard read the building report. The first of these re ports, that dealing with the apportionment of the general fund, provoked a long dls cuKHlon, but was so popular that It' waa passed without any alteration. Bishop Fowler moved its adoption and Bishop Fonn warmly seconded this, but others de sired a general discussion of each field. BiHhop Merrill moved to amend Bishop Fowler's motion by accepting It, but the amendment was lost and the report adopted without sectional discussion. The appropriation to Chile, however, on motion of Bishop Walden, waa considered separately, with the report of the Chilean committee. These missions have hereto fore been conducted as self-supporting, that Is, the proceeds from the church schools and the printing press have paid for the evangelical work, but of late years the government and the Roman Catholic church have established schools which compete so sharply that the work now does not more than support Itself. Coatr.l Is Combined. The committee's report favored the plac ing of the evangelical work In the regular mission appropriation list and the con tinuation of the school and printing work under control of the New York office. This was done. The following Is the list of ap propriations: North Germany, $15,600; South Germany, $20,000; Switzerland, $7,145; Nor way, $11. fX); Sweden, $15,000; Denmark, $7,006; Finland and St. Petersburg mission, $6,000; Bulgaria. $7,500; Italy, $47,080; Mexico, $63,000; Liberia, $12,800; East Central Africa, $14,876; West Central Africa, $13,328; Foo chovr conference, $24,730; Hlnghua, $10,000; Central China, $35,662; North China, $44,075; West China, $15,376; (total for China, $129, 742); Japan conference, $39,975; South Japan, $18,790; Corea. $26,000; North India, $58,815; Northwest India, $27,776; South India, $21. 800; Bombay, $26,600; Bengal, $13,616; Burma, $6,600; Malayasla ($2,000 for Borneo), $14,300; (total for southern Asia, $168,605); Philip pines, $26,600; South American conference, $49,300; Western South America, $33.(70 (of which $23,000 Is for Chill and $1),670 for ths Lima mission). Balldlaar Report Received. ' The session was continued until after 1 o'clock so that the building fund report could be considered. This was done and the report of the committee received with little discussion. This money provides for repair or reconstruction of mission build in rs, parsonages, ' the adding of equipment snd In some cases to pay debts. The ap propriation to Malaysia will furnish the Methodist printing shop In Singapore with a linotype machine, which will be the first ever taken Into the tropical Pacific. The Foochow appropriation will build new quar ters for the Anglo-Chinese college there. Six thousand of the Japanese conference appropriation will be devoted to the Anglo Japanese college at Toklo, where a new building will be put up. Some years ago Dr. John F. Goucher made a gift to this college, which established a fund which could be used only in a certain way. This has long been idle and has accumulated much interest, making a total of $19,000. Mr. Goucher proposed to liberate this for the building purpose If the committee would appropriate $6,000. This was done. The appropriation of $76,000 waa appor tioned as follows: Southern Asia North India, $3,600; northwest India, $3,600; south India, $3,000; Bombay, $3,000; Bengal. $3,000; Burmah, $4,000; Malaysia, $6,000. Philippines, $2,600. China West China, $3,500; central China, $3,500; north China, $1,000; Foochow, $$1,000. Cores, $5,000. Japan Japan confer ence, $7,600; south Japan, $5,000. South America South America conference, $4,000; western South America, $4,600. Africa, $4,000; Mexico, $3,600; Italy, $1,600. 'Switzer land, $1,600. - After the appropriation of these sums the committee adjourned until Monday morn ing. The steady grind becomes very tire some for the elderly men who. in addition to the all-day sesaion, have spent the even ings and all other available time in sub committee meetings. MILWAUKEE ADOPTS CUT RATE Joins Other Lines ia Meeting; Great Western Grata Schedule to Mlaaeapolla. The Chicago. Milwaukee A St. Paul rail way has inude the announcement that it will receive grain for ahlpment to Minne apolis at the aame rates as announced by the Chicago Great Western. The rates are 9 cents on wheat and 8 cents on coarse grain. They are proportional, however, and apply only on shipments which orig inate in Nebraska, where the rates to Omaha are 12 cents or higher on wheat und 10 cents or higher on coarse grains Tills announcement places all roads which handle Minneapolis business from this city on an equal baau. Jadse L.aea Hie Dos;. County Judge Vlnsonhrler .ij returned Many a woman has found a hus band in Ayer's Hair Vigor, exes from a hunting trip, tie reports a limited quarry owing to the fart that he was un able to visit that section of the country where same Is plentiful at this time of the year, as Ms traJned hunting dog got lust In the shuffle somewhere and somehow, and this prevented him from hunting under cir cumstances which were conducive to the bagging of a good quarry. PEOPLE OWN THE RAILWAYS That's What an Anthorlty Claims and Produces Flanres to Prove It. "In one way or another the people of the United States own the railways of the United States, and something like 2.000.0U) persons, through WRarea, Interest and divi dends, divide two-thirds of their gross earnings of $l,726.380,2fi7 OM1-2) among them, and the other third goes for fuel, taxes, supplies snd equipment." This state ment Slason Thompson, head of one of the bureaus of the General Managers' associa tion, with headquarters in Chicago, was led to make aa a result of replies to the ques tion, "Are there l.OOO.onO owners of railway securities In the United Statrs?" received from thirty-nine of the leading railway companies of the country. Those roads represent 107,640 miles out of the 202 471 of single track mileage In the United States. They gave the total numlier of stockhold ers on their books ss 191,337. 'This Is pretty nearly equnl to two stock holders of every mile of railway," says Mr. Thompson. "The ratio on the Illinois Central, as given by Stuyvesant Fish, Is a little over two to one. On some of the rail roads the ratio rises to three to one, and tn two cases ss high as eight to one, while In one case the ratio swung as far as one to six the other way. Applying two to one as the ratio approximated in the total. would give 400,000 stockholders In round numbers for the 200,000 miles of railway In the United States as owning $i,024,201,295 of capital stock, as reported June 30, Ii2. As suming that the $6,109,981,6)3 funded debt Is as widely distributed smong bondholders, the railway ownership would appear to be held In something like 800.000 hands. But. large as these figures are, and approaching the total of railway employes (1,189,315) as they do, they by no means represent the total of those Interested In railway owner ship. The figures given are for registered stock, and, as the controller of one of the largest systems wrote, 'It Is very probable that the number of actual stockholders Is twice as great as the number of registered stockholders.' Then there Is the holding of railway, stock by Insurance companies, extending their ownership among thou sands. And what is true of these Institu tions as to stocks Is also true as to railway bonds only more so." President Stuyvesant Fish of the Illinois Central railroad, at the recent annual meeting of that company, presented statis tics showing that one year ago the com pany had a total of 7,128 stockholders, and among them were 6,599 persons who owned less than 100 shares each, and who, com bined, owned $13,152,000 of a total capital tock issue amounting to $96,038,400. During the year the total number of stockholders Increased to 8.647, out of whom 6,728 ownel collectively $15,947,600. This shows that the Increase of 1.619 In the total number of stockholders came mainly from the small Investor. It Is a matter of considerable Importance that the people residing along the lines .of large railway systems are becoming more and more financially Interested In these companies, as -evidenced by the fact that t.218 of the Illinois Central stockholders reside In the twelve states in which ths company has lines and 1,324 are residents of the state of Illinois, the home of th company. Railway World. When to Drink Champagne. Champagne was produced on a small scale In the fourteenth century, and Its con sumption has steadily Increased up to the present day, yet there are few persons who know how or when to drink It ' The French themselves, who gave to the world this wine of the gods, have all along been the greatest offenders. They have always Insisted on drinking champagne with their dessert, a habit actually barbarous. No more serious gastronomlcal error could be Imagined. The very nature of champagne renders it ill suited to accompany fruit, and, above all, sweets. Real judges of what to eat and drink have decided that the proper time for It at dinner is with the Joint, when Its delicate taste and bouquet may be enjoyed In perfection New York Press. Mortality Btattatlca. The following births and deaths' have been reported to the Board of Health: Births James Swoboda, 314 Woolworth avenue, boy; Charles W. Pollard, 2SiS2 Pa cific, boy; Joseph Breese, S04H South Thir teenth, boy; cnrls Morgensen, 6ls Marry, boy; George A. Clark, 2413 Franklin, girl; C. W. Wilson, 2102 Manderson, girl; W. A. tixiey. 2117 rjnermnn avenue, gin. Deaths R. N. Wlthnell. 36 North For tieth. 63; Mary F. Ormsby, 2818 Farnam, 4 weeks; infant Hart, 2M4 Douglas, l year; joun uanin, renin ana tjasieuar, za. ' Marrlagre Licenses. These licenses have been' Issued by the county judge: Name and Residence. . Age Horace A. Rankin, Lincoln 24 Catherine M. Kough, Omaha 20 Ira M. McFadden. Custer. 8. D 23 Edna L. Vanderhoff. Omaha 23 Wilt Hold "Concatenation." The board of directors of the Nebraska Lumbermen s association has decided to hold a "concatenation of the Concatenated Order of Hoo Hoo in this city .during the lumbermen s convention, which la to be held here February 4 and 5. LOCAL BREVITIES. E. A. Benson will lead the discussion at the Philosophical society on "Benjamin crankun, at ociock toaay. The women of the Second Preabylerlin church. Twenty-fourtn and Indiana streets, will give s 6 o'clock dinner In the church parlors November ll. George A. Arnold, a farmer of Holdrege, Phelps county. Neb., tiled his voluntary peliilon In bankruptcy In the I'nited States district court. Liabilities, $3,021.91; assets, James Hunter, the confessed burglar of the Domlnlck Hart saloon, was allowed to waive examination In police court and was bound over to await trial before a jury of bla peers in the sum or vu. Mrs. J. W. Robinson of India will ad- dreas the gospel meeting of the Y'oung Women's Christian association at 4:30 o'clock tills afternoon, her subject be ing "The Women of India." Mrs. Robin son Is a returned missionary. Mrs. W. P. Harford will lead the meeting and Miss Frances Boeder will King. Th. rase of Mrs. Mary Harpnter of 114 South Twenty-ninth against Nellie Davis, 111 Bouth Thirtieth, wherein Mrs. Haruster charged Miss Davis, la ears old, with an aawault upon her Mtlle 12-year-old girl Flor ence November 3, waa up before Judge Berks. Testimony waa heard in full, sev eral witnesses appearing for both sides. Testimony was most conflicting, so much no In fact that the Judge decided to take th. matter under advisement until next Saturday. Railway Note, and J'eraon.la. Gerrltt Fort, assistant perioral passenger agent of the Union Pacific, 'Is back from t h lea go. Charles F. Manderson, general solicitor for the Burlington, la at lite deck after a trip tu tlis west, i JT. A. Munroe. freight traffic manager of the I'nlon Pacific, bus arrived home from a trip to Chicago. John R. Barrett, traveling freight agent of the Mlaaourl Pacirtr, who reaidea In Hastings, is in the ill). J. I Marrens, commercial agent of the Cotton Belt, with headquarters ia Kansas City, is a visitor in Omaha. Mrs. Robert W. McCiiunls. wife of Gen eral Agent MeUlnnla of the 'hicago ft NorthaeHern al Lincoln. Is in llio cliy. J. A. Kuhn, assistant g- neral fre ght agent of the Nebraska and Wyoming divi sion uf the Chicago at Nortbweaierii, bos returned from ChUag i. ' A special rate of on. and oie-thtrd has been announced t' apply for tba meeting of the Roentgen Ray lety tn Pl.llade pliia LW'eniber S "I'd 1U. The lai. applies troin all S estern passenger haaotiallviu territory ixj-iiijl. Uiciudiiitf Culurag , SURE OF PLANT FOR OMAHA Local if sot of American Malting Company Eeoorei a Bits, HALF MILLION DOLLARS GO IN FACTORY Last Obstacle to Transaction Removed aad Ratabllahment of Hoase Is Regarded aa a Certainty. The announcement was made by R. C. Peters & Co. yesterday that a site has been secured for the location of the plant which It Is the Intention of the American Malting company to build In this city. The location of the site could not be made pub lic toduy for reasons best known to those Interested. When Frederick Vullmahn, vice president of the American Malting company, was in tho city last week he left Instructions with Mr. Peters to secure a location for a fac tory to be built by the company. When he was here the annual election of officers of the company had not been heldand conse quently he was not certain that he could secure the location of a plant In this city, owing to the fact that there was some con tention among the stockholders as to whether the present management would be retained, and It was only after the result of the election was determined that he could give a definite answer. The election was held In Chicago this week and resulted In the continuation of all the old officers and the entire board of directors, with one exception. It waa also decided at the meeting to In crease the capital stock of the concern $30, 000,000, $20,000,000 of which will be preferred stock and $10,000,000 common. It Is the in tention of the directorate to use a large percentage of the capital acquired by the increase for the purpose of erecting new plants, and Omaha undoubtedly will be one of the fortunate cities to secure the In vestment of a part of the money. Will Come to Inspect Site. The local agents of the company are In receipt of a communication from Mr. v ull mahn in which he states that he expects to return here sometime during the coming week, probably Monday or Tuesday, to In spect the site selected and probably to make arrangements for the prompt com mencement of building operations. At pres. ent Mr. Vullmahn Is In Neva York. It is supposed to confer with the president of his company regarding the. Omaha project. The plant to be erected here will cost at least $500,000 and probably more. When Mr. Vullmahn waa here he stated that the only possible hindrance to the location of a factory in this city was the defeat of the present management at the annual election and as that hindrance has now been re moved a malting concern In this city Is considered an assured fact. By those who are most familiar with the affairs of the two malting concerns which have been considering the location of fac tories at this point It is thought the loca tion of the American company here also will serve as an Incentive to bring the Nunnemachers to Omaha, aa they are the second largest concern in the business and wilt. It is thought, not stand back and see their competitors secure so great an ad' vantage In this territory as the erection of a plant at this point would be, and as the Nunnemacher concern has already been considering me matter oi locating nere, it is believed that It will be but a short time until It is in the field. What Yoa Reed for Constipation. When troubled with constipation, what you need la a remedy that is sure to pro duce the desired effect. A remedy thst is mild and gentle In Its action. A remedy that leaves the bowela In a natural and healthy condition. A remedy that Is easy and pleasant to take. Chamberlain's Stom ach and Liver Tablets meet all of these requirements. Give them a trial and you will never wish to take another dose of pills. Use them as directed and they will cure chronlo constipation. Pries 26 cents. Every box Is warranted. EVERY BIT PURE IMAGINATION Coant Crelghton' Denies that He Con templates Bn lid Ins; Old People's Home. A rumor was circulated to the effect that Count John A. . Crelghton contemplated founding an old people's home In Omaha upon an extensive basis for the admission of old people of both sexes and all creeds and denominations, the building to be an Imposing affair. "There Is positively nothing in the ru mor; it Is every bit the fruit of someone's imagination," was the reply of Mr. Crelgh ton when asked about the matter. QUEEN LIL COMES OVER AGAIN Former Raler of Hawaii Passes Through Omaha for Washington on State Matters. Queen Lllluokalanl of Hawaii passed through the city at an early hour yesterday morning, bound for Washington. She came In over the Union Paclflo and went east by a special train over the Chicago, Mil waukee ft St. Paul. She goes to Washing ton on affairs of stats, and will make a trln from there to sae her son, who Is attending one of the eastern colleges. THE FEAR OP HUJIBUQ Prevents Many I'eo.l. from Trying; a Good Medicine. Stomach troubles are so common and In most cases so obstinate to cure that peo ple are apt to look with suspicion on any remedy claiming to be a radical, perma nent cure for dyspepsia and indigestion. Many such pride themselves on their acute' ness in never being humbugged, especially In medicines. This fear of bring humbugged can be carried too far, so far, in fact, that many people suffer for years with weak dlges tlon rather than risk, a little time and money in faithfully testing the claims made of a preparation so reliable and universally used aa Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablet a Now, Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets are vastly different in one Important respect from ordinary proprietary medicines, for the reason that they sre not a secret pat ent medicine; no secret Is made of their Ingredients, but analysis shows them to contain the natural digestive ferments, pure aseptic pepsin,, the digestive acids, Golden 8eal, bismuth, bydroatis and nux They are not cathratic, neither do they set powerfully on any organ, but they cure indigestion on the common sense plan of digesting the food eaten thoroughly be fore It has time to ferment, sour and cause the mischief.' This Is the only se cret of their success. Cathartic pills never have and never can cure indigestion and stomach troubles, be cause they act entirely on the bowels, whereas the whole trouble Is really In the stomach. Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets taken after meals digest the food. That Is all there is to it. Foo.l not digested or half digested is poison, as it creates gas, acidity, head achue, palpitation of the heart, loss of flesh and appetite and many other troubles which are often called by some other noma They sro sold by druggists everywhere at M vents per package . CURED BY SWAMP-ROOT Suffered With Inflammation-.. Catarrh of the Bladder and Hon. D. A. Montgomery's tor of the Nashville American. HON. D. A. Mr. Moatgoraerr, Ex-ntemner of Sta viewed by the Nashville, Tenn. American, rea-ardlna his ear. fey Swamp. Root aad made the following; algned atatemeati "My indorsement of Dr. Kilmer's SwamD-Root cannot ba written strong enough. I had been greatly troubled with my kidneys and with whst the doctors termed inflammation at the neck of the bladder. day and night, often with smarting and lame and sore that I was almost helpless. no good effect, when finally I heard that his kidney medicine, Swamp-Root, free sample bottle without delay. After trying' medicine I needed, and I purchased a Mr. E. J. Eslizer. Today I am a well man, and can rido horse-back and drive wltn any of my friends. I cannot recommend Swamp-Root too highly for what It has done for nr). You are at liberty to use this letter or refer anyone to me, and I will gladly tell them about my past troubles and what a wonderful remedy this Swamp- Root Is. I am very glad to recommend James Ivens, of Saundersvllle, Tenn., and suits. Yours very Worsham, Summer Co., Tenn., Nov. 11th, The mild and extraordinary effect of remedy. Dr. Kilmer's Bwamp-Root, Is soon wonderful cures of the most distressing cases. A trial will convince anyone ana you may have a sample bottle sent free, by mall. Sample Bottle of Swamp-Root Free By Mall. EDITORIAL NOTK if you have the cllchtest symptoms of kidney or bladder trouble,' or If there Is a trace of It In your family history,, send at once to Dr. Kilmer ft Co., Blnghamton, N. Y.. who will gladly send you by man, immeaiateiy, wunoni cost to you, a oamplo bottle of Swamp-Root and a book telling all about Swamp Root and containing many of tho thousands upon thousands of testimonial letters re ceived from men and women cured, in writing to Dr. Kl'mer ft Co., Blnghamton, , N. Y., be sure to say that you read this generous offer In The Omaha Sunday Bee, If you are already convinced that chase the regular fifty-cent -and one-dollar where. Don't make any mistake, but remember the name, Swamp-Root, nr.. Kil mer's Swamp-Root, and the address, Blnghamton, N. Y., on every bottle. . ( Columbia New Moulded Records We Sell Them at 18c. When they are worn out we will allow 15c each for them iu exchange for Genuine "No Wc are jobbers for Edison Phonographs, Records and Supplies. - Write for Catalogues. 30,000 Records to Select From and Always a Large Stock of Machines. We are the largest Automobile dealers between Chi cago and San Francisco. H. E. Fredrickson 15th and Capitol Aue. Telephone 2161 Indian Territory and Oklahoma "Lands of opportunity" newest, richest snrj most promising sections of the west. Our booklet "Oklahoma" tells all about this won derful country. Don't fall to secure a copy. Ilomeseekers' Excursion rates, November 17th, one fare plus $2 for the round trip. Also low one way rates. tursm if t MW. HI M1 Ml Weak Kidneys Interview With the Edi l -A MONTGOMERY. te Leslalatare, Teas recently later Was obliged to pass water very frequently burning. Sometimes my back would get so I tried several doctors and medicines to Dr. Kilmer wou'.d send a sample bottle of by mall. I sent at once and received a the sample I concluded It was just tha liberal supply from my merchant and friend. it to others at tvery opportunity. Mr. many others are taking It with good truly, the world-famous hldncy and bindder realized, it stands the highest tor us Swamp - Root Is what you need, .you can pur. slie bottles at the drug stores every Scratch" Edison Rec ords they will coet therefore only 3c Apiece They are really worth it 3c Cltj Tlctat Olflcs 1323 Farnam Streat, Gmata, Rab. F. r. Rstttrfcrt, ft. P. 1