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ft! Kansas City Packer
WOW ONC YtAR
and a reliable ud
Stf Wiud Str a Srt
The Kansaa (lily Packer In the stronvoit
and best known produce Journal published
Id tlie world. It It Nvm-d every faturday
and prints tbe news of every largo market in
the 0. S. It w n enemy to fraud and has
drUen more swindling ronmilioii houses
out of IjusIocsm than etcii t lie law Itself. It
prolocts the shipper und tell him wlm Is and
who la not reliable. The watch we guarantee
for out. ytr. hubwribe now.
THK II.AKKICK PI III.IHIII.N'fi ..
604 Delaware Hlrret, Hn- City, Mo.
hend for sample copy.
A Skin of Beauty is a Joy Forever.
DK. T. KM. IX .( lt.4.1 II OtUKT l.
tltKAM.OIt .MAt.lt Al. It K ALII r'l Kit
I'l It 1 1 IKS
as well ua
Ici-:'.i:tt tit Eiic
lion. It bus
Mood the test
la a obarmloa we taste it to be sure. 'it In pro
perly made. Accept no coiiiitertll of similar
name. Ir. I.. A. sayre auld to a lady of the
limit-ton a piiil'-iit . : "A you Indies will u-,
them, I recommend 'ilounuid's Cream' us the
liv.at harmful of all the skin preparations."
For sale by all llrugKlatx and 1 nncy-Cood-Dealers
In fie I . S . Canndus. and Kurope.
trtd.l. Hopkim. I'rop'r, J7 Orral Jones St., .. V.
P. 'STOP THAT a
WILL DO IT.
PletJMint to take; No bad (Si
Note: If your druggist doet not '8'
Ohtvt It In stork, send ua hl name
aad we will tend you a sample, free (g)
.w. RIcbardM Dm Co..
Tin: or xxm:nr:i
... .la ...
Private Disuses f Men.
. .1 tl yenm In Omaha tut
SI'KCIAI.IHTH In Van
. I cix-eUJ.HlrhMiire.i'yphMlH
I Kidney, los of vigor
linmo i iiMMjiriii.
Prlaaa Mm. fiueatloa Mat. JJoosiiUii
tloa, Etnailiiatlon and fctlvlce Y KKK. Many
Cured by advice only. Wrltetlieni Ui-day.
Id. SEARLES k SEARLES,
110 Mo. 14th St., Omaha Nb.,
We want to purchaat additional claims of
Xjoloa Soldier a. Sailor , their wldowaor minor
aelre.wnoboinesiead.d less than 100 acre, prior
toJuneSI lU. rvu f nbaadoutd th.lr
claims W.ll ouy fractional rl.lma M er jo
ataall, lao tlorerninenl I-and Warrenta and
tale tbaa for aoldlera who have not had i aim
aaaued Ureal ladueemeuta offered
at elaiale oiMUUtf tioa aad eery durable. It
aaiuaVnaa Hnnia. Baavd awlOfc baetra Mulc.
ITiSaar Blorlea. hUi., aa loud and clear env
aaaaaMraDB made aad ae the aauia re ord
faaaikkkaf artcad anas do. awitt aub)ect to
.MlMtlmon eweadatof . ad for JhH
Maarfal Mchlaa loday aa we ! ' ', n'r
tiaUMd number at lata price. I RKB caia
Laa aWrlbtaa tbia aad hbjber priced ma
XSfSZVZ T'rauua.1. M&MBfiai Any
! bouaa la ikaaaaa City.
e. p. K::um i csmpaht.
Oeaoral tawrtla Oaa4a.
lltf Walaal It. CITT, MO
THE UST CHANCE
The preaerit price of the complete
court of instruction a Kiven in the
Nebraska rkhool of Magneliiim by Prof.
Kharae and his able aattiatanta la to be
advanced from 1100 to fjw April 2nd.
A new rlaaa will be organized April 1st,
and tiila will be positively the lact at
the low rate for tuition. And why not
advance the price? All w hoola of Os
teopathy charge from .ltw to $iu0 fur
the course in that wlente alone, and
all reputable school of Magnetic Heal
liiff chatge at least Jlwi for that in
atruction alone, but Prof. Kharag Bivea
both couraea for (100 up to April 1, liiOO.
The wonderful nuceeas of liia method
and the demand for his inaduau-s baa
made the increase in price necensary.
Why, IiIh graduate!! are able to cure all
old chronic, and many HO-ialled incur
able diBeaaeg aa soon as they complete
his yix-weeks' courae in drupleKS heul
Iris. and are enabled to earn from J6o to
100 a week. He makea a standing offer
to anyone who will enter bin school be
fore the 1st of April that he will em
ploy him or her to work for him in his
Institutions at from l.'.O to it month
for the start arid ." to $lii a month
later on, and will give employment for
years, or will forfeit $.'.oi. This is a
buHim-sa proposition and will bear clos
When a man can do what Prof. Kha
ras hus demonstrated that he and his
followers can do. that man hus a for
tune in his grasp. Why plod along In
the old ruts of misfortune. Learn to
master "Fate" and conquer disease and
poveity. rile today for literature and
proofs of his wonderful cures. Kharas
Is a fclentlst, and his life is devoted to
doing good Tor his fellow men, but he
hus no connection with atiy church or
creed or sect of religious fanatics. His
work Is the recult of years of scientific
Investigation, and riot a "special gift."
Hundreds cf testimonials, and the most
convincing proofs offered you free for
the tisklng. Address The Nebraska
School of Magnetism, or The Nebraska
Magnetic Infirmary, K.15-1M7 Chicago
St., Omaha. Neb.
Why -tjricc the. nu
nwfroim fake rt jftilaiort
now ou l lie market
KiiMt "Klorltt'' ,ne-vf-ntf
all The ills tha
woman i heir lo: rurci
fr?tAl trntjt'ie and liivlxoiau-s tb Millie vh.
tern: rtirliiK nrrvouMM and itFroHiN thai
VTAf E Or MISt 0 TH-KNTIAI, TO IIAtTI HOMTS
Kaihirt! imto.-'iiU-. h'n) l Ui for oik nioniU'i
atijilily. I'miitfr iHr.iculhrs and int:irattu
janit'UI't win forMinu.
Ll'tBtRfbON CHEMICAL CO.
Box 29J Aft City, Mm
101 and 103 W. 9th St.,
, J KANSAS CITY, MO.
Th (HHfut 4n Apt nnrt Itmgrit T.nratrd,
Over H Trnrt' Sprrial Prarlirr.
Anthorivst by the State to treat CHRONIC,
Cnnw guaraouied or money re
fundiHl. All nieiiicinen furnitfhed
ready for use no mercury or
jnrioua medicines uuod. No de
bMitioQ frjto businaKa. Patieuta
at a distance treated by mail and
eioreaa. Mltcina sent evcry-
wliem trM from it.im or breakairo. No inedi
einea antit C. 0. 1., only by agreement, (.bargee
low. Over 40.UX) caaea cnrwl. Ago and eiporl
enra are ircportaot. Stale yoor cans and send
for terme. Cuafpltation free and coulideatial,
pcriKinully oi by luttcr.
Seminal Weakness p.f.
and Sjxtial Debility. vtA.
J-CAu.in ioysea by dTeainT 6r 1f ii Ihe tijloe.
pimplea and bfotcWil ou the fvM iiliafil blooj
to the hnad, paint In back, cqifllsed ideas and
forgetfalneaa, be hfolnti aversion to aoclaty,
low of Miual powae, Ioa of manhood, Impo
tence, etc., cured Tor life. 1 ran atop night
IfMM. nwtora a.xvial tmwer. restore nerve and
brain wer, enlarge and atrengtbea weak parts,
aad make joo fit for marriage.
itr-lrtiirev Radirallv cored with a nawand
f AliJI laialitMa Itoaw Trtataaat No in
and VaieCI atruaenu, uo iaiu, no deteu
Mod from botineaa. Cure goarauteed. Book
and list of ijuaaUona free sealed.
VAMCOCtLl,HrOROCtU.PHIHOaitaA all kinds of
Private Diseases rft3tf
O tCU for both aexes 8 pages, U pictarea
bUUR trnr to life, witli fall dearripuoa of
abov diaeasea. tie affect and euro, seat sealed
la plain wrapper for rents in atampa. You
abopld read Uju book for the in formation II
N. B.-Buta eaaa and aak forliatof Qatttioaa
Aaa Jf 9t Anatomy, for aua oolj.
Ors. Thornton & Minor of Kansas
City, Mo., specialists In the treatment
of pllis, tlstula and all diseases of the
rectum, will have u two-cloumn adver
lisemeiit full of testimonials in this
paper nent week. It should be care
fully read hy those who ate Interested
as It may be the means of restoring
them to iierfect health and happiness
Their guarantee is to perform a cure
before they tiike a cent of pay.
Dr. Kay's Lung Hairn a sure la gtlppt
cough cure. It never fullH. 10 and 2."ic.
Drs. Thornton & Minor of Katisa"
City, the famous specialists In the
treutment of piles, fistula and all dls
eases of the rectum, treat nearly as
many ladies us men, but do not publish
their testimonials In newspapers. How
ever, they have it 4S-page book of Indies'
testimonials, which I hey will send free
lo any lady requesting It. Look for
their advertisement In this paper next
To purify the blood renovate with Dr.
Kay't Kenovator. Ask druggists for it.
He sure lo read Drs. Thornton & Mi
nor's advertiseini nt in this paper next
week. If our readers or any of their
friends are troubled with any rectal
diseases they will be Interested In read
ing what others say of th treatment
Renovate the system with Dr. Kay't
ltenovutor. Price sic and 11. Try It
KIMBALL BROS., MFGS.
I0.M Win at. t'OI NCII. IIMIIfH, I t.
itiyrCA-We want you to read the Hum
nBBILUmrr j4 pages every laaue. The
Hummer publishes mom paid want ad
vertisements than any similar publication;
vou ought to reed them. 81'KCI AL
Mend ua the name und address of on of
your friends together with one dime, and
wa will tend you the Hummer on trial 3
months. Address quick. The Hummer,
121-3-3. N. ltlh tt., Ncbiatku City, Nab.
COUNTRY PUBLISHERS COMfV
OMAHA. Vol. No. 12-1 eOO
mt masterly method, i ;
''Now, young man.'
The tune made me homesick. I had
rung- the bell with dig-uity and de
termination, resolved to marry Marie
anil be a devoted grandson to her
eniinhiitimma, but I had not then seen
the old lady. When fche opened the
door and spoke those three words I
wus but n young; mouse under the
bristles of a learned cat.
"My name is Urown," I ventured
in a small voice.
"That is not of the least conse
quence. Can you beat a carpet?"
Kor a brief moment 1 hesitated, but
the steel of the old lady's eye va
piercing my soul; I shivered and eaid:
"Yes, uuulu m."
"Ju: t step this way."
I stepped, and meantime, in a sort of
anxious fascination, watched her back,
which was what one might call a
speaking back, straight and stern and
inexpressibly uncompromising. Following-
it, all remnants of dignity
leaked out at my heels.
In the rear door she paused find
majestically pointed to the yard,
where an immense moUt'tte was
spread upon the grass plot. A couple
:if old broomsticks lay ready beside it.
The labors of Hercules returned to
me, ami Argonautic expeditions, trips
to darker Africa and colder pole, but
nowhere in my brain could 1 conjure
any memory of n fellow's beating car
pets for a wife. 1 decided to finish the
idventiire as became my name.
"You will allow me," in a firm, busi
ness manner, "to take oft my coat."
She sniffed and grew sterner eyeing
it. "That is a sensible gray," she said.
but ihc material is much too fine for
one in vour business.
it was a Christmas: present, mail-
am, handling it tenderly, from my
'You would better prove vour affee-
ion bv Keeping it for Sundays.'
'Yes, uiadiiiii," and then 1 hurried
to the broomsticks, for her glance was
tinned on my shirt, and what to say
about fine linen, I didn't know.
An August coaching1 patty is no
where beside the dust ami heat of car
pet beating. J grit my tcelh and went
at it. "
"Young man." " , ,
"So, madam. "
"And shake well."
"1 tun going out."
"Hut my granddaughter will settle
She slfbtild; from the beginning I
had so decided.
1 was shaking violently a corner of
the carpet much as a dog might worry
an elephant's hide if he had it by the
tail, when a gurgle, of laughter drew
piy attention to a near window, and I
looked into the eyes of Marie. At the
sparkle of Jbe.m somewhere within uie
ft lath sprouted. '
"Mie took yon for the: miin from
Simpson's, the man who does the
chores," ripples of laughter; "she'
Efave me u quarter for you. She oh,
dear nie she told me to keep an eye
on yon!" peals of laughter.
At that moment I was not. at all
sure that I wished to marry Marie;
certainly I had seen people with more
sense. The very carpet was grinning
at me, great bunches of impossible
roses, and leaves; I ticiously punched
Hut the laughter presently slopped.
"(Iranilmii is very near sighted,"
mid Marie, softly, "but even she could
see that you are disl inguished-look-ing."
To this day 1 believe that, was a fib;
the old lady never said anything of
the kind; but Marie looked distinctly
pretty while she told it.
"Are you really going to
she asked, when I bent on.
"Oh, yes, the iiiurter." "
"Xo, not the quarter."
"Grandma will not lav,"
shaking her bright head, more than u
Some one, shall. I seldom beat car
pets, but when I do I charge.
Here an interruption made me jump.
"Stop that nonsense and come here."
She stalked abend of me, talking as
"Of course, Marie hus mentioned
you, but the mime is so common that
I did not notice; and I was cvpectinj'
a man from Simpson's. Down the
si reel your shirt set me thinking."
"1 was uneasy," i meekly said, about
She wheeled on me in Hie middle of
her parlor, and I caught it twinkle
n the steel of her eye,
"You wanted to see me?" she said,
Marie came in, bringing my coat.
A bit of anxiety ill her face steadied
me. 1 even chuckled as I got into the
"My bill," I began, "is- but wilh a
linlf-sinile on her lips niadaiiie inter
rupted. "That Is of no consequence; the
question is your income."
And I could never decide what so
melted the old lady, whether it was
the mention of my small per iinnuin,
or the musterly method of my work,
Hilffulrj Kveliitig .News.
A well known dean of .Norwich Iclla
fhe follnwintf good story against him.
Some few weeks ago he came to a
alile in a field which was occupied by
a farm lad, who wus eating his bread
and bail n luucli.
The buy made no attempt to allow
(he reverence lo pass, so wus duly lec
tured fur hi lack of muiiiiers.
"Ton siseni. my hid, to be heller fed
than I n light."
"Very likr," answered the lad. ulic-
jngr off a piece of bacon, "for ye
WILL WORK FOR CCL. BRYAM.
Iowa Democrats Work for Him and
Deg Moines, Ia (Special.) The dem
ocratic state central committee and
party leaders who are working w ith t'.ie
members have determined that the in
fluence of the Iowa democracy shall be
used for Jiryan and for harmony in the
party. This much was brought out at
the meeting of the central committee
here, which decided that the state con
vention to select delegates to the na
tional convention shall be held in Des
Moines May 10. It was thought an
early convention was advisable in order
that all the influence possible may be
xerted in favor of Bryan.
The committee believes that the plat
form adopted 'should contain a strong
indorsement of Bryan. The convention
to nominate state officers, which will be
held in Augusl, will then reaffirm the
Kansas City platform. It was decided
that ail who have been loyal to the
party organization shall have repre
sentation on the delegation. Two of the
delegates, at large have already been
decided upon. C. A. Walsh of OUum
wa, member of the national committee,
a free silver advocate, and Cato Sells
of Vinton, who hag hitheito been allied
with the gold wing of the regular party.
The follow ing officers were chosen for
the May convention: Chairman, J. H.
Sullivan of Citston. who belongs to the
conservative wing; secretary, S. M.
Ward of Sac City; reading secretary, (I.
II- Gillespie of Burlington; sergeant-alarms,
W. JL Desmond of Clinton.
PRODUCE MEN ORGANIZE,
Kansas City Commission Men Form
Kansas City, Mo. (Special.) The or
ganization of the Kantas City Fruit
and Produce Dealers' association is
practically assured. Sixty-six firms,
practically all the commission men in
the city, have signed an agreement lo
join it and the Initial steps towards its
formation have been taken. A meeting
was held at which a constitution and
by-laws were adopted and the members
The scope of the organization is de
signed to be purely protective in its op
eration and its object is to eliminate
the allowing of long credits. Its most
Important principle is to require that
all settlements be made on the Mon
day following purchase. Three days
of grace will be allowed on all bills,
but those which are not settled by the
next Thursday will be reported and the
delinquent will be unable to make fur
ther purchases even on a cash basis. All
commission dealers not members of the
association will be refused even short
credit and will be required to do busU
ness on a strictly cash basis.
NEW RAILROAD FOR IOWA.
New Road to Is Run Through that
State From North to South.
St. Paul, Minn. (Special.) The (luif
& Manitoba Railway company, organ
ized in I8, has filed notice with the
state railroad commission that it de
sires to increase its capital stock from
150,000 to $7,000,000, and its shares from
jr00 to $70,000. This increase is to ex
tend its line of railroad from Dulu'h
through Minesota and Iowa to Kansas
City, 700 miles. Frank T. Campbell
siwns his name as ptesidnut, and stales
that the decision to increase the cap
ital stock und shares was made at the
meeting of the board of directors, held
February 10, i'JOO.
The purpose of the new administra
tion seems to be to run the Gulf & Man
itoba to Kansas City and connect with
the Kansas City, Pittsburg A llulf tail
road, w hich is now passing through the
hands of a receiver.
How the Germs are Nurtured and
the Dlaeaae Is Spread.
It would wem thai people will never
learn to be careful. The recent alarming
spread of that dire epidemic, smallpox,
throughout different, sections of the
country has been traced by physicians
and sanitarians in many instances di
rectly to the moldy and rotting layers
of paper and paste which cover the
walls of many houses. The practice of
laying layer after layer of paper on a
wall, using common Hour paste, is espe
cially calculated to create homes for
disease germs. People could not do
more to effect such a result of they
tiled. The rotting vegetable mutter af
fords caves from which are ready to
dal t forth the Infection at every oppor
tunity. There Is no excuse for this
practice, as walls and ceilings can be
coated Willi a pure, cleanly and sani
tary material like Alabusliiie, for in
stance, at no greater expense. Alubas
tine Is a rock-base cement, which incur
liorates itself with the wall or celling.
It Is easily applied, comes ready to mix
with cold water, requires no washing
ir scraping before renewing or lellnl
Ing, Is beautiful, long-lasting and safe.
Kor walls lhat have been infected,
nothing Is equal to A la busline as a dis
infectant to render them pure -and (dean
and the rooms once moie habitable,
Dr.Kay'a Henovator a perfect system
renovator. Sold by druggists at 2rc. Tl.
Philadelphia, Pre: "And you dart
tell me you love another and Intend to
marry him?" said the angry youth.
"Have you forgotten that only two
short month ago you declared you
would marry me If your father dlt
owne dyou for It?" "No, 1 haven't for
gotten it," replied the fair but fickle
maid. "I spoka to fattier abuut It at
the time, and he positively refused to
disown me, go I could da nothing gaore."
$END NO MONEY
Deposit wilh your freight agent
sufficient money to guarantee the
freight charges and we will 1'orwartl
to you our elegant drop head, five
drawer Sewing Machine. Guaranteed
for five years. A complete set of
modern attachments and ins' ruction
book with each machine. You can
examine this machine and if . satisfact
ory, you will then pay to your local
freight agent 810.00.
You take no chances. Keep your
money until you are peil'ectly balls
fled as to the quality of the goods.
New hicycloH complete l.'i.."U.
and sold on tlie same terms.
Second hand wheels from $3 up.
We sell all parts for every sewing
NEBRASKA CYCLE CO.
Cor. 1 5th and Harney Sis., OMAHA, NEB.
for smoking all kinds of
meats. A 75c bottle will
smoke a barrel. Sold by
all druggists. Write for
our free book on curing
E H Wright II Co.
915 W. Mulberry St..
Kansas City, Ma.
I in 1 1 ,i i i m iw ! , Hi' I
Thli new, r!le.(, com will ret olu- j
ti'Miixr corn Brow i nt. rieldion in I
io;, in MiunKtia.4notmi. pr acre,
BIG Mil ft OATH
yield. 2,'aO but), per acre, aud job I
can UCaH I0BI 1
90 inn. per ur.rt;. (.rfatPiit ralii j
and (unl ihit ndf ofthe stanl
ieion Wl tin, in K.V. Wori'lerful'
KAI'K Sfir. A TO.
Qlvtt ncii. sreeii food for t'Allle,
beef), ittlne, poultry, etc., at
a ton, Wo li motT-wmiitt of tin I
Hai'dr-ed ued In the U.8.
ItltOMI H INI U Ml A
Greatf st j-raia on tartli, Orws to I
par .-Unn tn A rubric cverjabcrt.
najTcr warrant it i
Til K MILLION DOLL A It
potato U Hit! most talked of rxi.
Uio on eaith. and tUlivr Mli
A -'ka t bolti will make ou i ldi.
I.aig.-at graver of l'otatoi and I
rarm Seed Id the world.
V EG ETA RLE fcf Finn
i Lartt, cbit;e,t 1lt in U. 8.
I Onion Seed, tfOc. lb. Kterutiini f
wtrranifd 10 Jtrow. 3 png ear-
Uat rcgetamen, poiipald, fl.00.
KOIt I Or. ITAHPh
ad thla Mntlrr. we mall irrrat Seed I
i;ataii sun lOpngi rarm !r.M No.cltlta.
Cat lot alona, be, rxwiaae. H
There is more Catarrh in this section
of the country than all other diseases
put together, and until the last few
years w-as supposed to be incurable.
For a great many years doctors pro
nounced it a local disease, and prescrib
ed, local remedies, and by constantly
falling to cure with local treatment,
pronounced it incurable. Science has
proven catarrh to be a constitutional
disease, and therefore requires consti
tutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh
Cure, manufactured by F. J. Cheney .
Co., Toledo, O., is the only constitu
tional cure on the market. It Is taken
internally In doses from 10 drops to a
teaspoonful. It acts directly on the
blood and mucous surfaces of the sys
tem. They offer one hundred dollars
for any case it fails to cure. Send for
circulars and testimonials. Address.
F. J. CHUNKY & CO., Toledo, O.
Sold by Druggists, 75c.
Hall's Family Pills are the best.
Murdock's Pure Spices,
"Opt" Flavoring Extracts,
YOUR GROCER HAS THEM ALL.
Dr. Kays' Renovator for the liver.
The worst roughs cured by Dr. Kay't
Lung- Balm. Druggists sell It. 10, 28, 60c.
Society Is not Christian and Christi
anity is not simply "good society."
Dr. Kay's Lung: Balm tor bronchitis.
Hon. A. U. Wyman. ex-Treasurer ef
the 1'nlted Slates, wrWen: "Having?
known of some remarkable cures of
Omaha people effected by the use ef
Dr. Kay's Renovator an4 Dr. Kay's
Lung Balm, I believe that these great
remedies are worthy of the confidence
of the public." No remedy has evert
oeen oiseoverea wmcn. cures to large a
per rent of bad cases sf stomach, liver
and bowel troubles as Dr. Kay'a Reno
vator. Send for proofs of thousands ef
cures. Hold by druggists at It eta. aad
tl. For free advice, samples and book,
write Dr. B. J, Kay, Saratoga, N. T.
Many People So Consider Uaf
Wonderful Cures of
OR. E. O. SMITH
05 KANSAS CITY.
CANCER POSITIVELY CURE1
Without the Murderous Knife, aoe!
Patients Cured Year3 Ago
Are Still Cured.
Tlie Following Teailiuonlalt Rnlor4
Dr. ttmllli'a Trealinrul.- Write M
the Slguere and Hear from 'I beat
Cancer of Breast.
Creeuruoiint. Son. Duk., March 1, Sa.
Dr. E. O. Smith. Kaueas City. Mo.
My bear Doctor: It Klves trie sincere pleaa'Si
to iuform yon of the safe return home of my iltutt
wife, nho arrived Suiurday. tbe 2Cth uit.. pae
fectly reKtored lo health and baiipiaesa.
lu restoring uiy wife to health you have
brought pl8bUrf ald bupplneaa to our eutl
houaeuoid, for u hk h it ia m-edlena to lay that m
are trutily prattftul. It ulao givei aid 4ia,jaa,
pleasure to ten1er tu you our grateful thanks f
jour grant kindness to mi wlfa while under yaw
treatment, for which vre will always bold yoa auutf
your truly good wife in gruieful esteem, faeo
elusion wocuu only pra.v tiiat an all kind Croea
dence will bless, protect and keep you tn His fcvlj;
care through lite, and in death bless you wires:
happy eternity. Gratefully yours.
Jamks and Mas. GLOvaa.
In a letter of Octobv. st. Mrs. Glnyas suy a.
la entirul.v well and in splendid health. If yoaauq
aflllcted write to her about ua.
A Prominent Attorney Cured of Cancer g
Oberlin, Kas., July J7, l3
Dr. E. 0. Smith. Kansas City, Mo.
Dear Sir aud Friend: I am O. K. I never faf
better in my lite, IhaD since my return noma
whereas before that I was troubled in body aa
mind tor several months. I am now able to aoW
tip my end at tbe office and at borne about tat
orchard. We are all well aud I wish to b pan
tlculurly remembered to Mrs. Smith.
fraternally your friend,
O. Webs BEirraaat.
Suffered 77 Years Cured in 18 Days,
Philllpsbura;. Kan., Nov., 28. Uatt
Dr. E. 0. Smith. Kansas City, Mo.
Dear Sir: I hud beeu elllii-tvd for suveat. m
yeurs with epithelial cancer when lappli i to ynt
for treatment. In thirteen days 1 was eatireig
cared and without the use of knife. 1 make tha
statement for tbe benefit of cancer sufferera. aoai
lug they may be influenced by my lestimaay ak
go to you for treatmeut.
Yours Truly. N. Bcerc.
OfAer Doctors Failed to Cure Him.
Prairie Borne, Mo , Nor. 12. 1S9.
Dr. E. O. Smith. Kansas City. Mo.
Dear Sir: It is wilh pleasure tbat I state tiief
your treatment of a cancer on my lower lip waa
complete success. It was of about four yeart
standing and lor a year I had taken treatuMati
ot other doctors, but to no avail. I came to .vol
and you cured my cancer in It days. 1 shall sac
grateful to you aa long aa 1 live. i
Vuurs Truly. - William KlBicauajE.
Looks Like Himself Again.
Dr. E. 0. Smith, Kausat City, Mo.
Dear Doctor: I writ to tell yon we are
and that the cancer von treated on my back
entirely cured, and 1 am baek to my old weia;i
again. When I went to yon for treat moat
weighed one hand red ana ore pounds, now
weigh one hundred ana elity-two pounds.
they all say 1 am looking like myseu again.
Tall Mrs. Smith that we thank ber tor bar pie
tura. We thank you both every day of onr
Wa shall never forget what you Uavedoaafej
ns. We have been trying to get one of our oabjrsf
bora to come and-see you. 1 told him that 11 y at
laid you could cnru'hlm tbat he would beestesw
Your grateful frienda, v
Ma. aso Mi - Coujaa.'
( Mr. Caller wae cured of sclrrbus enneer oa tai
small of tbe back, that measured six ineaets
and down and five Inches across, lit hat gf
turtd for nearly two yeart.J H
She is Sure She is Curst. .
White Hall, IUaott.
Br. t. 0. Smith Sanitarium Co., KanaaaCiU.
Dear Doctor ana Jtre. bmun: inrouga
Rldanos ol kind 1'rovldence ana yosc
latment 1 am tomrlctalv cared at that
tnl maladv. ca near. Mv breast It entirety
aad 1 consider myself cured, t woald eanl
tan yon sooner but wantta to' oa tare 'uveas
cured. I feel grateful to yon both far the ar
acta of kindness aid court esv shown me w hint at
your home. I felt at home there. Tbt trcatstaatt
waa not nearly as severe as I eepposed It -m tag,
he. I will heartily recommend yon wbral'toM
opportunity. My liieuds all tula I have iatj
? roved wonderfully. Please accept my neartfstj
banks for all you have done lor me. -Wishing
yoa success in your noWt oikl
remain ever your friend, - J
List of a Few Former Padshtt,'" i.'
Tbt following list giess names and addnanttt,
I a number ot former patients trfcarm Q farst
cared ol cancer. We aak any aHUclfld psrsoa srtsu
reads tbit advertitemtflt to write to aqy tale as
of tbt names gives aad learn for thsiaaiwa
whether or not nij treatment It eafs, reliable aM
tare to cure. I do tot accept yonr tsevej xngfl
havo cured you. Thla should bt gnaraatateaa
dent to tatlsfy the stoat sceptical. Date tea
quest you. write to my former patients aad at rat
art convinced by their lettera, writs to tatie
any Information yon, with aad 1 will rluirftlg
give it to yoa fret of say coat.
Mrt. Jennlt Gooding. 711 W. 13th St.. Eases
City, Mo, Cared ol eeaeer ot the breast.
Katie 1. Koch, Ml Armstrong Ave., Kaakaai
City, Kan. Cured of caacer of the breaet.
L. i. Baacech, til B. Kad St., tor time fatal
principal of Aetata as boo). Kansas City, aba
Cured of two ranee ra at the face.
Mrt. J. W. ShaaooB, Ml Ohio St., KateaaCttp
Kaa. Cared Ol cancer of tbe breast.
A. M. Psrhlne. MZ K. lath St.. Kaoaat Oigi
Mo. Cared ef caactt ol cheek, 187.
Mrt. A. M. Klkketr. mi Flora At. Kaaaat
City, Mo. Cured ot cancer on lore bead.
M. Little, tit Wyandotte St., Kaaaat City, ate
Cured ol caacer ot note.
Jaa. Hanton, IMS tirand Arc,, K ansae CUf,
Mo. Cured ol caaeet of face.
(Jeo. Kyaa. Nil hi. loth St., Kaaatt City. Urn
Cared ot caacer ol finger.
David Urte, 722 Cypreaa Ave.. Kansas City, Me
Cured ef cancer ol tana ol eight yean' ttaasllaa)
'Chat. H. UiMftoKtoo, KocbesUr St., Kaa
sat City, Mo. Cnred ol cancer ol ear,
Mrt. Anthony Smith, eor. eth and Elliatwta!
gta., Kansas City, kaa. Epithelial cancer, alta
ated on the end ol tbt Boat, treated Aoguet, last
Frank UiAand. 1717 Uolmea St. Cared of caa
ttr of the jaw la last.
Lliilt Kittdoa, 22d and Orovs Bit., Kaaaat
Oty, Mo. Chrta) al eaacar ot the ear.
Thot. L. Thcter. Hooch's Mlila, Mo. Cared a
caacer of fact and uoau.
C. 8. fl room. SooctVi MiUt, Mo. Cured of uae
ttr of lower 119.
Jtcoh Claaa, Tlagah, Ma, Cared of caacer e
Mrt. Jalla Mlcbolt. Jamtetowt, Mo. Cants c
Senear of the leet.
We alto rater to Bev. Phllllpt, pastor of 1st
V. E. Church of JaavMtowa, Mo., at at kaosrttl
atveral cases ws have cared. 1
J. W. Moras, Terry, 80. Dak. Cured ot raaaa
ef lip. 17.
Mrt. Bllea Da Vault, Mat Florence, Mo. Caret
el cancer al the face.
Paul Kohkv, Arlaoaa. Stb. Cvrsd of raaeer a
Dr. Smith treats Canotr, iAtftut
Tumort, aWtefct, OM atogtk ail BiotW
Parties -etiring treatrmeat an riUaei
give wlitfasMory refereBcsior deposit tht
saeaev la af aana, im bjt paid wheat tttea
an teao ttge berae cured. Dt. a ill
traea no aets pajt fo what, kg Vms aMteVa
MitawMie Ukg pa. ttismitim
aesMf trfVa.an.t mmm
aaj Ittyataaguiud face 0t rtalWa
JO a. te4J at. Alter tfceas
ketm a tm tm seeav ai tii DrtUi aty
at or avmoas twta
fe4t4 tataaa ki
art m Mim c u
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