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NOTES OF THE DAY
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YOUR GROCER HAS THEM ALL,
on her tongue.
A STRONO AFFIDAVIT.
Janey Purvis, being- duly sworn accord
ing to law, deposes and says that she had
a cancer on her tongue and was treated
August 24. IS, by Dr. J. C. McLaughlin
of Kansas City. Kansas, with fcla painless
remedy for canrcra n.i .,.,..
shout one month her tongue was well
D..u,,u diiu ncii KKia y ; mere was
fr1m the aPI''latlon of the med
Iclne. as she could read during the se
verest treatment. JANEY Pl'RVIS
BK.S'.'?KBIoa'i,y.ay' Leavenworth. Kan.
Th rl,bwl. ?nd 8worn ,0 before me.
itv i Johnson, a notary public, this
.i 'rcn, lvv, at Leavenworth,
15) commission expires August 21st,
For further particulars of this oalnlesi
treatment, address. pwmiesi
DR. J. c,
KIMBALL BROS Mrr.o
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COUNTRY PUBLISHERS COMP'Y
OMAHA. Vol. 3-No. -1900
A Skin of Beauty la a Joy Forever
DK-T. r KLfX CiOl K A t IVH OBI F.XTAL
I't RIt IKH
ButtUti th SUi
tion. It bus
ftmid the test
Is oh arm lews we tote It to he Mlr It Is 'pro
p'rly roH.le. Acc-itno oounu-rllt of almllar
riaiue. t)r. L. A. (-ayresaid lot Inly f the
haoi-Mn;a imilent:-: "Ayou Indies will use '
...u., . ,,u,K-m, mrarauo s Urea in ' ss Hie
least harmful of iill the r'ktn preparations. "
f or sale by all DruBulsis Hud Kancy-Ooods
rx-alers In the V. H . Cannda. and Europe,
r.d.r. HoDktnt. Prop'r :i7 tirc-al Jones 8t NT
In Ohio a woman cured a Ions; case of
chronic rheumatism by starving herself
to death. The treatment la a bit heroic,
but its' a sure cure.
"How many people are you trying to
stuff in this car?" asked the Irate pa
senger of the new nonunion conductor.
"Well," answered the new man, meekly,
the number on the car Is 1,183."
The last idiot that Jumped from the
Brooklyn bridge carried an umbrefla
with him in his leap. Perhaps he
thought It would keep the water off.
An automobile recently covered the
distance from Coventry to London
ninety-two miles In four hours, this
being an average of twenty-three mllea
After ages of neglect the traditional
resting place of the remains of Ireland's
patron saint in the cathedral grave ,
yard at Downpatrlck has been covered
with a memorial stone,
A man that owns a $42,000 seat on
the New York Stock exchange says he
gets 50 cents from his wife each morn
ing with which to buy luncheon and a
uepuiy snerirr with a bill for $75.18
could find nothing to attach.
Some fresh malaproplsms are quoted
In England. For Instance: Mrs. Slip
shod knows that the Boers are mis
cnievoua as monkeys, with their barb
ed wire and things, but she is very sor
ry to see that they are "resorting to
a cnurch bell cracked In ringing the
other day. at the village of Schleitheln,
near Schauffhausen, Germany, When
taken down It was found to be of the
year 1452. Accordingly, It Is older than
the Schauffhausen bell, which inspired
ine little city of Orea, In Sweden,
owns and operates a nursprv that
brings In an annual income of $150,000,
a sum that pays all the expenses of the
municipality, Including free schools for
the children and a free telephone sys
tem for the people.
A patent was Issued last week for a
"motor-driven car for use in warfare."
It Is nothing more than a battleship on
wheels, or an armored automobile full
of guns and other ferrlfylng weapons,
and also adapted to be so charged with
electricity that rash storming parties
attempting to board It will instantly be
une aay, in advocating a more liberal
loosening of the purse strings at the
recent Methodist conference In Wash
ington, D. C, Bishop W. A. Candler
said that several years ago he sent an
article to a paper In which he wrote
that "we pray too loud and work too
little." The Intelligent compositor got
in his fine Italian hand, and when the
article appeared It read: "We bray too
loud and work too Utile." "I let it go
at that," said the bishop; "the fact is,
I believe the printer was right, and I
never attempted to correct It."
in- eiectric locomotive, while slow
to make Its appearance on the railroads
of this country, is finding much use
on the "industrial" railways of manu
facturing establishments. In a locomo
live recently built the novel combina
tion has been made of a crane with .in
electric locomotive. It cannot onlv haul
nam heavy loads, but pick up such
weights as frogs, switches, crossings
and rails, load them on cars and then
haul them to any point desired. It
runs by overhead trolley, and has been
found to work successfully.
INDIANS ARE SMUOI H.
Makes Money By balling "Buffalo"
Horna To Tonderfeet.
The Montana Indian Is something of
i schemer himself. He comes to town
ind sometimes walks all over the place
without saying a word to any one. At
times he brings In a few sets of pol
ished and mounted cows' horns, which
he sells for a dollar or two a set. He
never frequents saloons. He looks Into
clothing store windows, but never
bucks the slot machines in cigar stores.
He frowns as he passes a restaurant,
but smiles while walking the sweet
icented alleys back of cheap boarding
In a horse trade he takes the prize.
if there's one to be taken, for he was
never known to get the worst of such
bargain. The reason of this, how
ever, may lie in the fact that he begins
the negotiations with nothing to lose
and everything to win. However, he
has a reputation of a schemer.
Where his schemes shine brightest is
In the sale of polished "buffalo" horns.
He lives out near one of the slaughter
houses on the south side, and there be
secures his "buffalo", horns, all sizes,
curves and consistencies. He picks out
a set of ox horns of symmetrical pro
portions, scrapes the scales off and
boils the horns In a solution of glyce
rine, wood ashes and water. This treat
ment softens the horns, so that a case
knife will easily remove all the' exterior
accumulation. Then fine Bandpaper is
used to give the first polish, followed
by a thorough rubbing with a flannel
cloth, slightly saturated with oil. A
varnish or shellac is then applied and
the horns are in condition for mount
ing. Then the work is turned over to
the squaw, who does the really artistic
work. Red flannel and braid, beads
sometimes, and a strip here and thers
of buckskin, a few brass-headed tacks
and the mounted "buffalo' 'horns are
ready for the market.
Mr. Buck comes to town and the ten
derfoot asks him where he "ketchera
"In Yallowstone park," grunts the big
"Hw much?" ask the Intending
"No, no; cheap; thue dolls, ugh!"
The tenderfoot inspects the work and
fallsfles himself that they are really
the horns of an almost extinct species
of the majestic western animal, and he
hands over the coin and walks away
proudly with his prize.
The Indian moves off down the street,
turns the first corner and disappears up
an alley. Anaconda Standard.
HE WAS GOING.
Spring Body Cleaning
Every spring you clean the house you
live in, to get rid of the dust and dirt which
collected in the winter. Your body, the
house your soul lives in, also becomes filled
up during the winter .with all manner of
filth, which should have been removed from
day to day, but was not. Your body needs
cleaning inside. If your bowels, your liver,
your kidneys are full of putrid filth, and
you don't clean them out in the spring,
youll be in bad odor with yourself and
everybody else all summer.
DON'T USE A HOSE to clean your
body inside, but sweet, fragrant, mild but
positive and forceful CASCARETS, that
work while you sleep, prepare all the filth
collected in your body for removal, and
drive it off softly, gently, but none the less
surely, leaving your blood pure and nourishing, your stomach and bowels clean and
lively, and your liver and kidneys healthy and active. Try a 10-cent box today, and if
not satisfied get your money back but youll see how the cleaning of your body is
But the Driver Did Not Start Until
He Was Ready.
It was a one-horse wagon loaded with
boxes and barrels, and the driver sud
denly turned Into the curb and got
down and stood off a few feet and
looked earnestly at the horse. Four or
five pedestrians came to a halt, and
one of them promptly called out;
"That horse has got a chill and you
ought to unhitch him."
It's a case of the bots!" added a
"It's a case of blind staggers, or I
Jon't know anything about horses,"
put In a third.
The four or five pedestrians grew to
five or ten and ten to twenty or thirty.
lies balky, eh?" queried a fat man
aa he forced his way Into the crowd.
Holler in his ear!" shouted a boy i
who was up on balky horses.
All you fellers git hold and push
the wagln!" commanded a citizen who
appeared to be a born leader of men.
The crowd grew to fifty, eighty, one
hundred and the street was blocked.
Men examined the wheels on the wa
gon, the feet of the horse and the
harness. The driver stood there with
lines and whip in hand, but said noth
ing and made no move until a police
man forced his way Into the crowd and
"Now, what's all this about? What's
the matter here?"
"Nuthln," was the calm reply.
"Horse sick?" (
"Then why don't you go on?"
And he put his foot on the hub of a
front wheel and sprang to his seat and
drove off at a sharp trot, and all the
wondering crowd aald aa It looked after
him. was; '
"I thought so all the time!"
THE WEEKLY HAHET REPOT.
OMAHA LIVE STOCK MARKET.
Union Stock Yards, Omaha, Friday.
Cattle There were 200 cars of catlle c'
ill kinds reported in the yards today, of
which number about 150 cars consisted of
twin cu Bircm. i lie ujaikci ujjliicu niuv
with buyers showing some disposition to
take advantage of the large receipts to
let on the bear side. Sellers were Invar
iably asking fully steady prices. While
they would liked to have had them a lit
tle lower, buyers wanted the cattle too
badly to hang off very long, and the mar
ket soon became fairly active with prices
lust about steady with yesterday. Jn
some few cases cattle that did not happen
to strike buyers' fancy by reason of their
being too heavy, or too coarse, or light
and not fat enough, may have sold a little
easier, but the general market was just
about the same as yesterday, so far as
prices were concerned. When the trading
was once under the cattle changed hands
rapidly and It was not long until prac--.Ically
everything had changed hands.
Cows and heifers were in active demand
tt steady prices, and the offerings were
ill taken at an early hour. There were
tome very nice heifers among the offer
ings as will be seen from the table be
low. Bulls, If good and fat, were good
sellers at steady prices.
Stock cattle and feeders were In moder
ate supply and the market without any
;hange of importance as compared with
yesterday. Such cattle aB were to be had
sold In good season and in the same
notches as yesterday. There were a few
rery goou stoes. nelters which sold just
iboot as high as any time.
Hogs Today's receipts of hogs were the
largest of the year to date, Chicago and
otner selling points also reported a de
cline, ana these were the bear features
upon the strength of which buvers nm.
ceeded to pound the market. Karly blda
were n to twe lower but the hogs Anally
sold 5i&7H lower than yesterday's general
marKet. ine demand was very good and
the market active at the decline so that
in spite or the big reecipts practically
everything was sold and weighed up at
an early hour. A very large proportion of
ine receipis went at 5.U0&5.U2i4 as against
$5.05Co:5.10 yesterday. '
It will be noted from the table of aver
age prices that the hogs today sold on
an average very much in the same notches
as on Monday, the advance of yesterday
having been wiped out. It will also be
noted that the market is 20c lower than
one week ago.
Sheep There were eleven cars reported
in the yards but half of them were Oregon
grassers. There were also a couple of cars
of big heavy California sheep, and a few
old ewes. In other words, there was noth
ing good here, or at least nothing that
seemed very attractive In the eyes of buy
ers. The result was that the market was
Blow and dull. The feeling was that had
there been anything at all desirable Jn
the way of fat sheep or lambs the mar
ket would have befli falrlv netlv onit
steady, as buyers all seemed to want sup
piles. Quotations: Cllnnert wethers in irvKK J-,-
clipped yearlings, I5.40&6.60; clipped ewes,
good to choice. M.50(S6.0O: fair in irnnil
clipped ewes, $4,2644.60; good to choice
Colorado wooled lambs. I7.0USi7.15: fair to
good Colorado wooled lambs. J6.7Mj7.0O:
good to choice clipped lambs, $5.7afetl.OO;
iuir iu kuuu cuppea ia
ndrede of People Gladly Tawttfy M
FeruaaneMt Car Without tk ffjaw
of the KmUe.
Wrtte to Some of the Peoole
moalala re Oleca Hrlow
Yoarsclf That This Is Traa.
DR. E. O, SMITH
Of KANSAS CITY, HO.
ae Cared Hundreds of Cmmmm
Houle.n and If Your Ceee raa no
uj nuuiau Agency, tta cast eto it.
IOE8 NOT ASK FOR Pi
WH AT HE DOES NOT DO . KITT CVi
riltaT AND ASKS FOB III FAI
READ THESE TESTIHOMULS.
Cancer of Brtatt.
to good clipped lambs, $5.505.75.
KANSAS CITY LIVE STOCK MARKET.
Kansas City, Mo. (Special.) Cattle R?
ceipts 7,0110 head; market steady to
strong; native steers, $4.J0f5.40; Texas
hteors, $S.805 00; Texas cows, $3.004.60;
native cows and heifers, $2.005.00; stock,
era and feeders, $3.(j01j:5.50; bulls. $3.m
Hogs Receipts, 14,000 head; market weak
to 5c lower; bulk of sales, J4.9f.10;
heavy, $5.fXxfj'5.15; packers, $5.0(U6.10:
mixed, J4.iWrt.06; light, $4.8(N&.00; yorkers,
t4.9rxji6.00; plgg, $4.(KX&,5.00.
Sheep Receipts, 4,000 head; market
strong; lambs, $5.257.60; muttons, $3.754j
CHICAGO LIVE STOCK MARKET.
Chicago, 111. (Special) Cattle Receipts,
13,800 heaxl. Including 300 head Texans;
steers, Sfo'lOe higher; butcher stocks
steady to strong; good to prime steers,
..i.wffn.iii, juur kj meuium, $j.&)((M,Si;
Mockers and feeders, $3.7D5.10; cows,
cows, $3.2r(fj4.60; heifers, 3.25f(i5.15; can
ners, $2.40f3.28; bulls, $3.ttW,4.25; calves,
$4.6lr6.80; Texas fed steers, $4,0045.20:
Texas bulls, $3.253.75.
Hogs Receipts today, 28,000 head; to
morrow. 27.0110 head: left over, a.xnn heart-
SftlOc lower; top, $5.30; mixed and butch
ers, $5.00415.25; good to choice heavy, $5 10
5.3ft; rough heavy, $4.ft5.05; light, $4.1)5
ta-o.nyg; ouik or sales, Ki.ji.ifaD.ZZ1.
Shee, Receipts, 15,000 head; market
steady; lambs, steady to Kic lower: croml
to chclce wethers, $5,10(i6,40;falr to choice.
nuxea, M.w'fiD.H: western sneeo. $5.1S'fjr.4tJ
yearlings, $5.2.ro.5.80; native lambs, $4,5t)
!.&.. wnnnrni minus, $o.lH(J
Yesterday's Official Cattle, receipts,
5.349 head; shipments, 3,237 head. Hogs,
'M-rii-iia, io,.,io neau; fmmmenig, neau,
bheep, receipts, 12,817 head; shipments.
Creeomoont, Sou. Dk afangtt, m
Dr. B. 0. Smith. KaoeaeCItT, Mo
Jiy Dear Doctor :-lt given me sreene eisaaaa
to Inform you of tb aafe retorn aoaw at anrdS
wife, who arrl.td Saturday, tfceaWk att ani
lectly restored to health end kapptaem
Is reetorlog mi wile tn Imltk a
Brought pleeeure aad kapplneee te our
noueenold. for which It li needless to aw J
re irueiy grateful. It also gives aw
pieaeure to lender to von nnr mtmt ,k-
r our (treat kledneee to mj wife abrleaadi
ireaiment, lor wfiich ae will always bold jaw
- : j o -in greieim esteem, ta
eJuelon ae can only pray that aa an kfeat Pi
prowci. and keepyea at Hatha!
care through life, and in deatk Mas Tea awael
happy eternity. Gratefully torn. "
Jams and afaa Lrra
la a letter of October 1st, Mrs. Oleyaa aamejj
"tlrjly e nl in splendid health. IfToa 17
afflicted write to her about us. '
4 Prominent Attorney Cure" fajjjj m
Oberltn. Kae., J art Jr. fcJa.
.. 0 Smith. Kansas City, Mo!
on uiu r nvua . i am o. Jr.. I aem
tetter In my lite, than since my letera hi
wnereu before that I was troubled ia bat
una lor eeTeral most he. I am now able to heal
--.- uum auu at noma aaoataa
orchard. We are all well and 1 wish to he awa
- nj Bin. nmilo.
Fraternally yoer Mead,
Suffered 17 teare Cured in It 9mf.
m Phllllpe'nrg, Kan., Haw, Jf. !
T. E. O. Smith, ivan. Cltv, Mo.
Dear Sir: I had been afnfi-tit i -
years with epithelial cancer when I applied ta rat
lor treatment. In thirteen dave I wee eatfeaH
enred and without the nee nf k'mt. i
statement (or the benefit of cancer eeteiafa S
Ing they may be influenced by my teetlmoar fl
aa tn vnu f,. , ..... , ... .... -
Other Doctore F tiled to Cure Him.
Prairie Home. Mo.. Not. IX 1M
Dr. E. O. Smith. Kanj.ae City, Mo.
Dear Sir : It Is with Dleaeure that I ataa. ej
your treatment of a cancer on my lower hp waa
i . . c Buii-BM. 1 1 wae oi anout lour J
tandlng and lor a year I had taken traati
ui umer uoctore. nut to no avail, leasee toy
and you cured my cancer In 1 4aya 1 ahaM
- ju m iuu ae i live.
loure Truly. Wilxum Knanaati
yQ) WADE EASY BY jj
iri"fl- ii inL w
T awjy afhijiT BhortAl th
SltHloc RMMdy Compaayi Chfcaco or Maw Yortt, i
Tha Earth la Rigid.
Prof. John Milne of Japan, who has
for a long time made scientific obser
vations of earthquakes, with the end
In view of determining the Character of
the earth's Interior, has recently made
known some reasonable facts which he
believes that he has established.
Probably his most startling discov
ery ia that the earth Is at least twice
aa rigid as ateel. This Is determined
by the rapidity with which seismic
waves are transmitted.
8econd, contrary to popular belief,
the interior of the earth is much more
rigid than the cruat. This interior la
o hot that It would become liquid If
the pressure upon It were removed, A
It I", It ia not only aolld, but extremely
dense. This density la probably due
to the fact that in the planet's earliest
period of formation the elements of
greatest specific gravity aettltd toward
And aa the earth ha solidified under
two Inuences, cooling at the outalde,
and pressure at the center, a cross sec-
Ion of our planet would now reveal the
ollowlng- arrangement: First, thin, rl
d cruat; second, small molten nea;
liird, great rigid core,
GRAIN AND PROVISIONS
Chicago, 111. (Special.) The wheat mar-
aei was nrm early because of the Paris
advance of 35 centimes. This was taken
h connrmaiion or unfavorable repor:s
1 1 win r ranee una Kussia or which there
were more today. The market opened
t-ivny, juiy yH'yyti unuer yesterday at 6OTij
66!4c, the Influence being rains in the
northwest and a prospect of more in the
same quarter. hYom opening' figures July
advanced to 66?,c. I .ncnl rprilnt. worn
27 cars, one of contract grade. Minne
apolis and Duluth reported 243 cars
against 105 last week, and 414 a year ago.
The corn market was quiet, but firm on
light receipts, firm cables and small coun
try acceptances as well as in sympathy
with the wheat rally. July opened a
shade higher at 36',4ti37c and advanced to
S7SC Local receipts were 109 cars.
Oats were steady with other grains, but
the trade early was not of importance.
July opened unchanged at 21c and sold
to ac Receipts here were 169 cars.
The revisions market was dull but
steady on a fair demand from packers,
despite the liberal hog receipts and tha
easiness of the market at the vards.
July pork opened 24c down at $11. S7',4
and sold up to 111.50: Julv lard heann tha
session 2"ii6c lower ut $6.85 and advanced
to S.!5, and July ribs 2'&6c depressed
Loohe Like Himself Agaim
1. m. O. Smith, Kanaae City, Mo.
Dear Doctor : I write to tell yoa waaaai
m!- m.caniwr you treated oa i
entirely cured, and I am back to my
again. When 1 went to yon lor ti
weignea one hundred and fli i nnnxu '
weigh one hundred and elity-two pounds, aa
ii buj i am tooling nxe myeeti again.
Tell Mrs. Smith that we thank her for bar
tore. We thauk run hnth ..on d.. j
We shall never forget what you have done I
ue. We have been trvina to ret on. oi ar
bora to come aud see you. I told him that Hi
aiu juu couiu cure mm teat be wonM be l
i our grateful rfieada.
Ma. esn Mas. Couaat.
( Mr. Culler wae cured of eetrrbm meter oa I
email oi ine met, that meaeored six I
and down and live Inehee ai-rnaa u.
vurvu lur nearly two years.)
She is Sure She ie Cured.
XT ,t , - D.n in
Dr. E. 0. Smith Sanitarium Co., Kansas city 1
Deur Doctor and Mrs. Smith Tnronah i
nlHunm 1.1.. 1, , J - .. ..:
"--"" 'iiw iiuviurnce enti your at
treatment I am completely cured ol that d
lul malady, cancer, ily breast u entlrelr hi
ana l consider myself cured. I would have
U3D you sooner jut wanted t i .
cured. I fuel grateful to you both tor thuua
acts of kindness and courtesy shown me whUeJ
yoorhome. 1 felt at home there. The tree tatas
wae not nearly us severe as I supposed It Jraal
be. I will heartily recommend yon wheal ha
spportunlty. My frieuJe ail think I hare M
roved wouderlull.v. Please accept my aeartM
hanks for all you have doue for ma.
Wishing you success la your noble worhi
main ever your friend.
LrCKETTe Hps ran.
at $6.47. rallying to $6.55,
!'4c; dairies, 13t4fil7c
lggs Market strong; fresh, 11 Uc.
Dreaeed Pnnltrv MurVnt fa.i.,.
keys, ttriUic: chickens. &9c.
Chicago. Mav 23 i'h Wh.ntw t
red. 71c: No. 3. 7ffi7iilc: No 2 h rri win
ter, 667c; No. 3 hard, n(Moc; No 1
northern spring. 4i6Sc: Nn 2 nnrthiirii
spring, 57c; No. 3 spring. (CfcMtlc.
l orn AO, z, 7c; No. 3, 37i37Wc.
OatsNo. 2, 22&22c; No. 3, 22c.
The market nrlvunmri nnd r.lBU,l ,l.nn
July Vfl'-ic higher at Xti,fflr: '
Near the end nf the intuinn tha ma rbnl
oucame active and strong; July advancing
to tc, closing Wac over yenerdny at
9lWtC. There was some buying on
the theory that the full effect of the rains
n ine nortnwest Had been received, al
hough the preclpatlon there wn. tdlgtit.
Wheal May Kc; July, 7!i&7!4c.
v,orn may, aTs'HjW'iC; JUiy, 310l3c.
Outs-May, Ke; July, 22c.
Pork-May, $11.J7'A; July, ni.47'.
ffrdMay' y' ' S'P ,cmber-
Rl'hs-May, $.52'i; July, mVi; Septem
ber, $6,i5 '
!2,"r.r,nj northwest, $1.80; southwest,
p.80; May, $1.80; September, $1.27; Octo
ber, $1.22. ,
Rye May. 55Hcj July, B3c.
CHICAGO CASH PRICES,
So. i red wheat
No. I red wheat
No. 2 spring wheat ..
o. 8 spring wheat .
o. 2 hard wheat ,
o I hard wheat
o, t cash com
o. I cosh corn ,
I yellow corn
o, I yellow corn ....
o. Z cash oats
;o. 2 white oats
a. 1 Whlta net.
. 37 37i
Llet of a Few Former PatmnH.
The following list gives names and addeiann
M a nnmlierol former patients whom t haw
lured of c ncer. VV aak any nimcled peraoa h
reads this advertisement to write to any oral
M the names given and learn lor tbeawalaj
whether or not ui v treat men i is ui. .3
jure to cure. I do not accept your money natal
have cured you. This ebowd iw guaraatea aval
dent to sutlsfv the moat, wotb-ui n u i 2
quest you, write to my formerpaiiente aad U veil
re convinced by ttielr letters, write to me M
-.ni Information vou wish and I .in -
give It to you free of any eoat.
Mrs. Jeunle Unwlin.- 711 w ih a r
Cltjr. Mo. fiured of cancer ol the breast.'
Katie I. Hoeli. fi'Jl i pm.t ... ar ,
City, Kan. Cured ol cancer ol the breast.
L. J. Hancock. Ml E. aand St. ii.i.
principal of Adam school, Kansas City. aM
- - v. i.wii ui in. iace.
arl. J. W. Shelinmi n illilA qm v.
Kan. Cured of cancer oi the breaeiL
A. M. Perkins. 5H7 V. eutk h, r .
Mo. Cured of cancer of cheek, laaf.
Mr,1- M. Klickner, lsrzi Flora Arm.. Kaaaa
Oty, Mo. Cured of cancer on forehead.
M. Little, 1 Wyandotu St., Kansas Ctty Me
Cured of cancer ol nose.
J a Uaunon, iM Urand Ave., KaaaaaCoa
Mo. Cured of cancer ol fare.
Geo Ryan. WIS K. 10th St., Kansas Cite, Ma
Cured of cancer ol flaawr
David Urte. 7W Cypress Ave.. Kansas City, Ma
Cured of cancer of hand ol eight years' studies
Cbas. II. Huntington. 2Hls Koi h.et.pa. iZ3
lias City, Mo, Cared ol cancer ol ear.
Mrs. Anthony Smith, cor. th aad ffllinliea
U.. Kansas City. Kas. Kplttullal caseerTstt.
kted ou the snd of the one, treated Auaast. Isai
Frank Ullllaad. 1717 HotaMe at. tarsal aM
Llssl. Mierdon, tlA and drove Sta. Kasaw
tv. Mo. Cured ol cancer of the ear.
Thus. L. Tucker, Ut, '. 11 111., Mo. Ored a
saneer of laea and ansa.
C. U. Uroom, Uooeh'e Mills, Mo. Cured of ana
str of lower Hp.
Jacob Class, Tlsgah. Mo. Cared of rum j
ie face. ,
Mrs. Julia Nichols. Jsmeatowa. M ra .
htnesr ol the face.
nWi? f .to Rrr- ""Hp. Pet or of th
M. E. Church of Jamestown Is., w- .Jj
wveral caees we have cured.
at iip im"' 8o- D,k' c"4 01
Mrs! Blleu Da Vault, New Plornre, Me Cutat
rf cancer of the law.
Paul Kohier, Arlioaa. Nsh. Cured at tansnma
Dr. Rmlth ti-n.t. n,ian v --
fumora, Scrofula, Old Sores,' all BkiDe
Parties desiring ..eatmeBt can UiJhai
live satisfactory references or deposit Um
money in any bank, lo he mid wbea thai
Arc ready to go home cured, br. SsBtJ
does not ask pay for what he doss Mute
but oures first and takes pay afierwa
II Is down town office is at the nortk-a ,
Corner of Tenth and Main atmta wtiani
be nay be consulted free of chart, ttm
9.30 a. tn. to 4:30 p. m. After Ihm
hours he can be seen at his private satsj
larium, 1 entn and Cleveland TesrM.
Pamphlets and circulars tMrMa'ftuM
MitWrs and lisu of of persons mra1
MDcer cheerfully furnished Uoas wfl
apply for thssa elthsr I twrwasi em-O
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