OCR Interpretation

Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, March 21, 1915, NEWS SECTION, Image 3

Image and text provided by University of Nebraska-Lincoln Libraries, Lincoln, NE

Persistent link: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn99021999/1915-03-21/ed-1/seq-3/

What is OCR?

Thumbnail for 3-A

(Juardsmen Roast
Legislators for
n..ii. rv r r n 1
uuiung uii uasn
(from a Ptaf Correspondent.)
LINCOLN. March 20. TSpeclal.) Mera
er of company A of the Fifth rerflment
ft the) Nebraska National Guard, for
berly company P of the Second, and
known as the Lincoln Light infantry,
keld a. banquet at the Armory last night,
the banquet wag in commemoration of
m third anniversary of the penitentiary
kutbreak and the second anniversary of
ha Omaha tornado, on both of which oc-
Klone the guard was called Into serv-
Major Haysel was toastmaster. Ex
Bovernor Aldrlch, Judge. Cosgrave, Chief
fustic Morrlssey, Major J. M. Blrkner.
hheriff Hyers, Adjutant General Hall
and John G. Maher responded to toasts.
ift.Il of the speakers deplored the action
f the lower house In outtlng- the Na
tional Guard appropriation to what is al
leged to be a totally Inadequate figure.
Mr. Aldrlch was particularly, strong in
his denunciation of the legislative ac
Uon, describing it aa f'cheap politics" and
Following; the banquet the hall waa
Reared of tables and a dance was given.
Notre from Callnwar.
1 CALLAWAY, Neb., March . (Spe
cial.) The citizens of Callaway met In
fcaaee meeting and this year placed In
domination but one ticket for the munici
pal election. H. N. Balrd, N. M. Keyes
and W. R. Wright were placed in none
Cation. Tha question of "wet" or "dry"
111 be submitted tha same as heretofore!
and the nominees are pledged to abide by
tha decision of the voters regarding this
Bnestlon. Callaway has been "dry" the
last year.
Mrs. Nina Hoskin, wife of Dr. E5. C.
Hosfcln, passed away at her home in this
rfty early Thursday morning after an
illness lasting but two weeks. Deceased
ieayves a husband and three little daugh
ters. Funeral service will be held Bun
lay at tha Episcopal church,
Tha S-cnonths-old baby of Mr. and Mrs.
ted Black, residing west of this city, was
found dead In Its bed at 1 o'clock Wednes
day. . Tha child had not been sick. .
Note fraaa Weeping Water,
WEEPING WATER, Neb., March 20.
fSpeclaJ.) At tha caucus of tha business
temperance party here last night, the
following wera placed In nomination on
city ticket: Mayor, Fred H. Gor-
er: city clerk, W. H. Lman; treasurer,
C. W. Blah; oounctlmen: First ward. J. I
fW. Colbert; Second ward, E. E. Mar- I
shall; Third ward, & J. Marshall;, mem
bers of school board: C E. Day and
F. J. Da via.
Martin Johnson and Miss Bertha . Mit
Cer wera married Wednesday evening at paptUlon, which It proposes ultimately to
he farm home of tha bride's father, Peter tend to Lincoln. Tha bond Issue, how
filler, west of here. Rev. William El- Lv,rf penta money spent for the most
ledge, pastor of tha Congregational
Church, officiated. They will make tholr
fcome on a farm.
Mrs. Emma Lindsey,' aged 82 years,
died at 11 o'clock Wednesday night at
the home of her son, Joseph, two miles
southwest of Union.
Two Lyons Women Are Dead. '
LYONS, Nb March (Special.)
Urs. Irrael Davlss, died at tha home of
tier, daughter, Mrs. H. A. Kelley, 'death
being caused by a cancer, from which
phe has been a sufferer for more than a
year. She leaves five children, as-followa,
(George W"., Israel, Mrs. Greeiy .;sst
and Mrs. H. A. Keliey, all ot this place
and Charles Davlss of Sioux City, la.
per, husband died here several years
ago. The family settled at thia plac
Jhlrty years ago. She was born In Iowa
and was 74 years of age.
Mrs. Charles Daffr, a former Lyons'
fcveraan, died at her home In Mil ford,
pCeb., and the body will be brought here'
for burial in the Lyons cemetery, Sun-,
(day. She was 46 yeara of ag and Heaves
a husband and a number of children,
phe was a member of the' Royal Neigh
bors' lodge of this place, also of the Yco
knan lodge.
Mill at Mlnden la Burned.
M1NDEN, . Neb., March 20.-HSpeclal
ewxnuiLiMrina minaen raiiiinir com-
Eany's mill was burned" to the ground last
lght The fire it seems originated In
(the engine room and at 10 o'clock when
(discovered by Mr. Hotchkln, one of the
proprietors living nearby, had such head
Way that despite the prompt response of
the department nothing could be done
toward saving the mill itself. Surround
ing buildings were saved., t was the only
mill in Minden and was built four yeara
ago.' Seven hundred bushels of wheat
was destroyed. The loss is partly covered
icy Insurance.
. ' .
aecona siate at Broke a bow.
BROKEN BOW, Neb., March 20,-(Spe-(Cial.)
Since the city caucus of last week
when a municipal ticket was put up,
there has been more or less dissatis
faction expressed by opposing ' faoflons.
iThe-matter assumed definite form this
week by the nomination by petition of a
second candidate for mayor and second
candidates for councilman In three of the
four wards. This latest ticket read as
follows: Mayor, G. T. Robinson: coun-
rllmen. first ward, John Johnson; Second
ward, Louis D. George; Fourth ward, T.
1 Buckner.
Dr. Bradbury In New Location
LetV You and I
Get away from this Technical, hlghBrow talk
about dentistry and get down to half-past-hard-pan.
As proof of confidence and square treatment,
I Will Refund YourMoney
If you are nut thoroughly satisfied with the work
I do for you. No quibbling or protesting; if the
work Is not as guaranteed, no one shall ever have
occasion to say that they paid Dr. Bradbury for
value they didn't get. . .
CROWNS, 92.50 XV.
We Issue Shoppers' Mileage.
Dr. Bradbury, Dentist
iwiin ia Tuu est on locatiow.
Bolt Ml-sa Woodmea of the World BaUalac.
Tel. X. 17&4. I4ta anA rarAam 2trts.
Grabenstein Wins
In Postmaster Vote
ECSTI8. Nb., March JO. (Special Tel
egram.) Notwithstanding bad ron.de and
weather, 146 votes were cast at the post
mantershlp election held here today for
three candidates. Following Is the vote:
E. O. Kyner, 12; John Grabenstein, 81;
J. M. 8111, 52. No one but democrats were
allowed to vote. All votors were sworn
as to being r strong of the office and
CLAT CENTED, Neb.. March 0.(Spe
clal.) The Carn-gte corporation hiive flg
nlded their assent to the building of a
municipally owned gymnasium In connec
tion with the library building for which
It will furnish the funds and upon which
work will commence 4n this city at an
early date.
The plan as contemplated now is to
have the gymnasium distinct from the
library except that the south wall of
the . CarneXte building will make the
north wall of the gynaslum. T!ejro
posltion la being financed by ' popular
The martlage of Mr. George 8. Bohwab
and Miss Ella Frieda I'leper, was cele
brated In the German Evangelical church
In this city Friday evening. Mr. Schwab
is a prosperous young farmer in this
county and tho bride Is the eldest daugh
ter of Her. and Mrs. "H. Pleper.
County Sheriff Bonntfltld returned Sat
urday night from 64oux City, with Frank
Hood In charge. Hood waa returned un
der a warrant Issued by the county court,
charging wife desertion. He- sentenced
the prisoner to ninety days In the county
jail or until - competent ; bond should be
furnished for his release. t
- A smallpox scare soma three miles east
of this city has resulted In the placing
of the home of Stern Price undor quar
antine and the temporary closing of the
district school. )
Tha annual oratorical contest of the
local high school waa held In the opera
house Thursday evening. "Wayne Gray
won first place with Miss Olive Falrley
a . olose contender. Mr, Gray will rep
resent tha school In the district contest
(From a Staff Correspondent)
LINCOLN, Mjircn 20. (Special ) The
state Railway commission has approved
tha Issue of 1130,000 worth of stocks and
bonds by the Omaha A Lincoln Electric
Light and Railway company. Tho coro
na nv haa an Interurban road as fir as
part In the development of Its commer
clal lighting business.
Benjamin . Baker of Omaha filed a
remonstrance, claiming the company had
not actually expended the money. At the
hearing held recently. 'however, the -re-menstrator
was not present In person
and his side of the case was not put in
at length. The application of his attor
ney for a continuance was not allowed.
Midyear Party Is Given.
CRETE. Neb., March 20. (Special. )
The annual midyear party of the G. K. S.
society was held Saturday evening - In
the Congregational .church parlors. The
guests assembled In the highly" decorated
reception rooms promptly at 6 o'clock.
After a short social cbat, the party -repaired
to the adjoining room, rich In
decorations of daffodils' and society aol
ors. And there, amid the music of the
vlclrola, about the tables neatly trimmed
with hand-painted society emblems and
vases of flowers they partook of a boun
tiful four-course dinner. ...
- A Japanes gong dre wthem Into the
Japaneso gardens of Toklo, and there
anion gthe blossoms of apples and cher
ries and the palms they were entertained
by the Japanese maidens with a -program
and songs by the quartet sextet and
chorus. The O. F. &. Japanese maids.
In the custom of local hue, then served
a delicious luncheon and tea. The G. F.
S. song and cheer drew the happy even
ing to a close.
- t . , .
Osrallala Defeats Sidney.
OQALLALA, Neb.. March 20. (Special.)
Ogallala High school's debating team
defeated the Sidney High school team
here last night In the discussion of the
conference question, "Resolved. That the
government should own and operate rail
roads." Ogallala took the affirmative
and was represented by Misses Winifred
Overstreet, Ruth Callln and Hazel Chln
grenr Sidney was represented by Clar
ence. Wright. Francla Hlrbert and Gold
win Do ran. The Judges were Mtss Adam
son of Brule, George Young, principal
Julecburg High school, and H. Humph
rey, of Patcton High school.
Charter to Elkhora Bank.
LINCOLN. 'March 20. (Special.) The
State Banking boasd has granted a char
ter to the Commercial State bank of Elk
horn.. The bank la organised wttn a capi
tal of tlS.00, and th? following officers:
Otto II. Sohurman nrrklflent: J A r-.lt,.
.bins, vice president, and J. N. Wyatt.
Fatal Illness Takes
Fogarty, Whose Vote
Won Daylight Fight
' (From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, March JA-lSpeclaU-John
L. Fogarty. whose vote passed the day
light saloon hill at the li09 legislative ses
sion, died In Arkansas this week. Mr.
Fogarty s home was at Greeley Center.
He had been suffering from stomach
trouble for over a year. A few weeks
ago he went to visit a sister on a cotton
plantation In Arkansas, and while there
was1 taken with his fatal Illness. The
body will be returned to Greeley Center
for burial.
fMr. Fogarty was an unmarried man
and lived with his mother, who Is over
SO yaera of age. .
Mr. Fogarty represented his district In
the house In 1!W9. When the daylight sa
loon bill was voted upon It necessitated
a call of the house In order to get a con
stitutional majority. The call hung on
for an hour or more, and finally the bill
mustered fifty-one votes. Mr. Fogarty
waa on the "wet" side of the liquor
question. but his vote waa recorded by
the clerk for the daylight saloon bill.
Althaugh It was claimed at the time that
he had actually voted "No." Mr. Fogarty
did not ask to have the record changed
and his affirmative vote stood. The bill
was subsequently signed by Governor
Hhallenberger, which made It a law.
LINCOLN. March . - (Speclal.)
fGovemor Morehead has reappointed the
commission of three provided for by the
IMS legislature to Investigate the feasi
bility of the forestatlon of the school
lands In the sand hill region.
The commission Is as follows: Carl
Rondo -of Columbus, chairman; A. H.
Metsger of Rolf, and Woodruff Bull of
Valentine. The commission recently re
turned a report, which Is being printed
now by Btate Printing Commissioner
Ludl. 1
License Is lir at St. P.inl.
ST. PAUL, Neb., March 20 (Special
Telegram.) The cltiiena caucus was held
at the court house last night and the
following were . nominated:. For mayor.
Colonel H. J. Paul; clerk, T. J. Nelsen;
treasurer,. Alvln Johnson; engineer, T.
N. Beruie; councilmen, First ward. L.
A. Warne; : Second Ward, William Har
very. Only the one ticket will be In the
field. The license question will be an is
sue at the election.
The Scourge of Chronic Catarrh
v kpwel'lVfh
Peruna cured
fhrnTiif ratarrh or
viii viiiv VMfcv a as v
nose throat and sfomdchx
Mr. Delbert B. Craft, R. R.
4, Lowell, Ind.;1 writes: 'Tor a
Ions time I suffered with chronic
catarrh of nose, throat and stom
ach. I would continually talce
cold and my stomach was In bad
condition. I truly suffered un
told misery. I took various med
icines and tried the treatment ot
several physicians, but I felt no
better. A friend advised me to
take Peruna. I wrote to the Pe
runa Medical Department, who
prescribed treatment. As soon as
I commenced to take Peruna, I
was surprised at the relief it gave
me. I kept on taking it until I
bad taken thirteen bottles and
was cured. I' would advise all
those afflicted with catarrh to use
your remedy. I am a great friend
of Peruna. for It cured me of a
bad case of catarrh." '
Read WhaVThese Men Have to Say.
The Serum Treertment employed by
only ten days' time required for a
DR. W. W. BOWSER,. 314
7'hirt'j-fifth JVor
For Liquor and
Drug Users
Removes permanently the craving
tor Liquor and f'rug.
Always Improves thy general health.
KurroundlnKS pleasant syatem Im
mune, uutlilna "Imrolc."
Drun are withdrawn gradually, and
wlali the aid or our tonic remedies
Patlentu suffer no t'ollacan.
Do not )ie prsuad'-l that all treat
nirnl) are allK. Ours la the only
effective one. aa time and eaoer
"" lenoe proves.
Come to uk without dtlav. These con
dition are t.iiou and there should
ba no x pertinents
fend for illustrated booklet. Corre
spondence strictly confidential.
The Keeley Institute
Corner 85th aad Case Vtreets,
OhLa-KA, Its.
Bank of Ravenna
Registers Protest
(From a Ftaff Correspondent )'
LINCOLN. March 30. (Special.)
"Stung" was the word printed in large
letters upon a card of green that greeted
the astounded eyes of State Treasurer
Hall as ho ran through his mall at the
state house this morning.
Vagiw- misgiving flashed to his mind
as he thought of the numerous county
treasurers out after his scalp -since his
order requiring monthly remittances of
state funds. Closer Inspection, however,
revealed that It waa only 'the protest
of the state bank of 'Ravenna, pinned
to a check for 130, the hank's payment
of the examiner's fee. Many of the
banks have always objected to paying
this fee, which comes twice ai ye.ir.
NORTH rLATTR. Neb.. March 20
(SperlaM The county commissioners
have been In session since Wednesday
morning considering the bids for the con
struction of the steel and concrete bridge
to be built over Oie Platte river, one mile
east of this city and along the Lincoln
highway. Heven bids were submitted,
ranging from $.16,000 to $.V.000. bat no ao
tlon has as yet been taken. The commis
sioners have adjourned until next Tues
day, when the contract will probably be
lot. The lowest bid was that the Canton
Bridge company of Canton, O. They bid
JjW.Ooo for the bridge, but this did not
Include the fill on each end, which, It Is
estimated, will cost about 18,000.
HASTINGS, Neb.. March 20.-Spelal
Telegram.) Attorney General Reed today
filed suit In tho district Court against 13S
alleged helra of John O'Connor, peeking
to secure for the state the $00,000 O'Con
nor estate. . , .
License h He )ane at Table Rock.
TABLE ROCK. Neb, March 20.-fSpe.
clal 1 A caucus was held at the opra
house in Table Rock Wednesday evening,
and the following were nominated for
village trustees, there being two to elect:
C. H. Carmlehae!,'y.. T. Porter, W. M.
Linn and W. ' E. Craig. The following
proposition is to be submitted, at the vil
lage election: "Shall the board of trustees
of the village of Table Rock, Neb., grant
saloon license for the sale of malt, spirit
uous and vinous liquors In' said village for
the ensuing yearT"- -
"1 had serious catarrh
of the head : ,
Perutid i curcdme."
Mr. E. T. Phillips, Menasha,
wis., writes: VI have been trou
bled with a very serious case of
catarrh of the head and throat
for a number of years, and I tried
many prescriptions from . good
physicians, bat in the end I found
myself no better. On the advice
of a friend who had used Peruna
with good results' I purchased a
bottle,- and the effects from that
one bottle were so encouraging
that 1 continued its use and I
' think I uned about six bottles in
all,. which I em glad to say cured
me completely ' of this trouble
gome disease... I' can therefore
connclentlouMy recommend it and
am a firm believer In the power
of Peruna to cure catarrh."
me,- is the only positive cure . known;
cure; for full particulars call or wrlU
Bee Building, Omaha, Neb.
lOO'o efficiency that's t
I what yoa want when yon
place an order fer engraved
plates.' We put $nap in
oar work, we have work-1
i ... r I
men that we can reij upun.
i K T Pk, iii iic r
Osteopathy Bill
Killed by House
(From a Staff Correspondent)
LINCOLN. Neb.. March 20-(8pecial
Telegram.) House roll No. 179. known as
the ostepathlo bill, was killed by the
house this afternoon In committee of tha
whole. The vote on the motion to rec
ommend the bill for passage was. ayes,
SI; nays, ft; absent, U. Peterson, the
author of the measure, then moved to
Indefinitely postpone it and the motion
prevailed. The bill Increased the mem
bership of the board of osteopathy and
lengthened required term of study.
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
. LINCOLN, March W. (Special.) rood
Commissioner Harmon haa successfully
conducted two more prosecutions, this
time catching two Fremont dairy men.
Roth parties plea led guilty to selling
milk below standard and paid fines.
George W. Hall, with whom It was a
second offense, paid a fine of 30 and
costs, assesnod by County Judge Wln-
terseon. Tiler lllgbee was fined $10 and
costs. The complaints in both Instances
were flld by Food tnsitor Graham.
Barn r eTnrd Itnrned
PK;WAHI, Neb.. March 50. (Special.)
Kira Miller, a farmer living near Beaver
Crossing, placed an oil stove In a hog
house to keep young trtock from freealnp
Friday night. The mother of the pigs
knocked over the atove as completely as
did the cow the lantern that aet fire to
Chicago some years ago. The nog house,
swine (large and small), the barn, grain,
one horse and harness were consumed.,
tiy Contracts at Mney.
SIDNEY, Neb., March 20. (Special
Telegram.! The city council todiiy
awarded tho municipal heating and eleu
trie light plant as follows: Tho Murray
Iron Works, Burlington, la., two Murray
boilers, two marine type bollera rnd
power plant, 115.323; the McGraw com
pany, Omaha, electrical apparatus, com
plete, and labcr. $ll,(0.30; W. J. Wllserk,
Cheyenne, building, $7,1M; total, $3.1,531.30.
gnlnnn at I.etvh Robbed.
LEIGH. Neb.. March .-(Speelal.l-The
saloon of Aaron Henry waa robbed lost
night and $?4l.2t waa taken from tha safe.
John Chldester, the bartender entered tho
place about midnight to look at the fire
In In stove and upon entering the front
door he heard the rear door slam. F.n
tranoe was gained through tho rear door
by breaking the latch. Bloodhounds have
been sent for to trail the thiol.
After taking fieruna
am a w mujy
Mr. J. B. Reese, Habnab, Md.,
writes r "Two years ago I became
a sufferer with catarrh, which
continued to grow worse and
made . me miserable. . I could
scarcely smell at all, and my
taste bad almost entirely left me.
My head ached constantly, and at
times had high fever and bleed
ing at the noee.. I. was a perfect
wreck.. I tried several doctors,
but derived no relief. I read in
one ot your little booklets called
'Ills of Life,' of Teruna being a
remedy for catarrh, and procured
a bottle at once. After the use of
one bottle I felt some better, so I
. tried the second and then the
third, and now I am a well man.
My health Is much hotter than It
has been for three years. Alt
praise la due Peruna." .
The Drug Habit
Since openlns; our office in
, Omaha we have successfully
treated a.lnrffe number of rases
of drug addietlou. Not on of
these has returned to use of
drusrs, and all express their gra
titude and are prattling; Th
Kuieka b-day iJrus; Treatment.
Kcveral have voluntarily aaked u
to (five their names to those who
are addicted, anl are skeptical
aa to results.
Omaha nh yalrlana are becoming;
convinced of the merits of our
treatniHnt. and are advising; drug;
Users to come to us.
We sttaraatee to remove all
craving- and devire for druirs in &
days. Our method la painless and
harmless. No suffering;. No
pat WKfw aaTOrxtrs
Terms reasonable, and pay
mantg euHlly arranged, Wa art
Permanent ly located. Call o'
write, tiptfn till 10 p. m.
Etreka Drug Treatment
CSS Aveane.
Address . Ooreham.
Phone Karaey jfca.
5 J
1. i'tJr-l
l MMllt- "
of their actual worth. Iu-
eluded arc English Paramater, English Cashmere, Oalxr
dinea, Panama Cloths, Bnraberzines, Egyptian Twill?.
Linings nre plaid silk, plaid worsted and fancy cashmeres.
S7.50. S10 & S12
Rubberized Raincoats. Now
$15. $18 $20
Rubberized Raincoats. Now
S f-r 1 . 1. X
IUU KIIUW WIHtl, J'lW SIC S"iug t,u ynj wiuic J i
leave home. '. It's a low price and an honest 6ne, and tho
work carries the M. & L.'b most rigid guarantee.
. i , Latest and 'Best Methods of Extracting Teeth.
( 1 Hourc, 8:30;A. M. to 8 P. M. Sunday,' 10 to 1.
; 14th and Farnam'Sta', Over Union Pacific Ticket Office.
. ' - ITione IKnitflas 8H72.
Safe Remedies
are remaraibly efficatioie In the
treatment of diseases for which they
aro named. . 37 yeara of world wide
uat is sufficient evidence 'of their
merit ''
Try them and ba convinced.
Wamsr't tats Rme far r
1 KUntya an Uvsr ; Ma and $1.00
Wsmefa tafi Msumalla Rsmsdy Ul
Wamer'a Safe Blaastss Rsmstfy US
Warner's tafa Nsrvlna , 60s and 1.00
Wamer'a Safe Asttima Reiasdy .71
Wamer'a Safe PHIa ' .21
For sale by all druggists, or direct
postpaid on receipt ot price.
, , A nunplm nt if afeaVreaf.
: Warner's Safe Remedies Co.
Dept.;, ',' : Rochester, N. Y.
I Start Saving, Now
. Han't keen nuttlnc It off hist
because 'you think 'you will have
plenty of opportunity ' later on.
Oat started , now . No -matter If
the ami'int la small, niaka tha
start and sav. rearularly, syste
matically. Tlie total of email sav
ings will surprise, you lust aa
. surely aa the amount of your
small standings has.
. The 4 Interest we pay will
help to Increase the total.
Your account, however, small
will 'be appreciated..
24th and U Streets
H." O. BOSTWICK, Prealdent
. F. R. GETTV, Caahler.
Bargains in
practically new
articles in "For
Sale column; read
Hundrodn of finest ponr
anteed rubberized rain
coats nt a email fraction
4a l-i C tVi TAii
Very Best Heavy M AA
Oold Crown, 22k....V$VV
Best Bridge Work, O M A A
per tooth.... T.WV
Finest Stick-tite 47 Cft
Rubber Plate. ..... .VI 3U
Best Silver Filling. .. . .50d
Hotel Ureslm
Broadway ai 29 St.
"Aa Hotel Whore Guests ara Mad
to Feel at Home'
Not too large, yet large
enough to afford the
maximum of value at
minimum expense.
Exceptionally Accessible
5M RotmuModmt Rtthumat Qurpt
Blaile Booms wlfti Raanlnt Water
1.00 te $2.00 per day
Stasia Rooms eith Tub or Shower
S l.80t. 19.00 pr day
Deubls Rooms with Rnnnlnt Vster
. f 2.00 I. 14.00 per dsy
Double Rooms vlih Tub enShewer
S3.oo to ae.oo per dy
EDWARD C FOGG. Managing N rector
ROT L. DROWN. RMtnt Mai ft
Prescription Safety N
Be sure you're right. Don't take'
chances on having a prescription
tilled. Inexperience, inaccuracy,
lack of potency In drugs will render
a prescription worse than useless
perhaps absolutely dangerous. We
employ none but expert, registered
pharmacists; our drugs are of
known freshness, strength and pur
ity;' our service has never known a
mistake. '
Sherman & McConnell Drug Co.
4 Stores
To FAT Pooplo
tuo wwa MSB OCT ion amoCt mo favaBM.
I wtli MSd (uU ttatlmoulsls with Mine and d.
fl lf S Icttfloo Of Uieu Slid VOHIfB VliuWt wriw!
Int. mkii r!ii-rl ih -itrni tlicr dr.irwt. aliw KK t K
rBOOKTAK.trENTibuiKuiii)vl( K ,
In tT PKoi'l.K.sU trwi Id plain wi.l.p.1. vmi.k
Costs ah.olntly noihtnv; a pos-tua itl ins
HI. Dr F.I.bHOLHiM.20 E. 2 2d St., .NYorlC'
Liutnd phyictu by A JmoM Hut l iira.)

xml | txt