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They Sell Direct to Farmers at
WANTFD, the addresses ol soldiers of the civil war who erred at least 80 days and who
filed on a homestead of 10, NO or 121) acred before June , IK71. oan sell lili additional right.
rMdlnrs' widows, if ilvins", are entitled. The helm under VI are eutltled. IXirre.polideuce
Mention The Country Publishers Co. A. M. VANCK, Capital Park, Des Molaes, la.
HAY ! SWEEPS and STACKERS
2 or 3 whit! tldikltck.
3 or 4 whin rear hitch.
THE SEASON IS HERE
We haue tome print for
you. Write for it.
KANSAS CITY HAY PRESS & MACHINERY CO., Omaha, Neb.
Taking Turkish, Vapor, or Medicated Baths.
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JACK OF ALL TRADES
. OUR NEW "LITTLE GIANT" V2 H. P. GASOLINE ENGINE.
Worth Its Weight In Cold to Every Stockman and Farmer,
How many of you have lout the price of this Engine. In one day on account of Insuf
ficient wind to operate your wind mill, leaving your stock without wilier, (lot one now
to do your pumplnit when there la no wind or Ui do It p-vularly. Weather do-H not iiffect
fta work, hot or cold, wet or dry. wind or calm, It la all ilie aamo tn lliln maclilne. WHl ttUo
i-liell corn, itrlnd feed, Kiiw wixkI, churn hutf r and In handy for 11 hnndre.) other J dw, In
the honso or on thofarm. ('netM nolhlng to kt-cp when not working, and only 1 toZci nts
per hour when workfnif. Milp-d completely act up, reudf lo run, no f.iuiidatKin needed, a
irreat labor and money i.aver, Heiuln i practically no atu.ntlon, and is almolulely Bale.
We make all alwrs of Ottaolino Engiuen, from li to T5 tiorat -iwer. Write for circular and
aiKi lal prices.
FAIRBANKS. HORSE &. CO.. OMAHA. NEB.
101 and 103 W. 9th St.,
KANSAS CITY, MO.
tnthnriied by tha Btaa to treat CnROWIfK
MMfOVM AHii alKCUL 1HSKAME.1.
Curat (narantaed or nMi r
funded. Ail medicine, furaiahad
ready for nas do marrury or ln
lartoaa tnadiclne oaed. No d
taation from haul ae as. Pstmnt,
at diatanes treaUd by Ball and
aioraaa. Madictnaa asei '!
The Spason Im at Its Height.
Altttlltle, :tlO() Feet.
Good l'lace lo Hppnd Vacatiou
The trip Is easily made via
pmoot, Elkhcrn & Mo. Valley H R.
onlay ExcnrstoDs, Scot. 119,22,29,
Ioesday Eicarstons, Sept 4 aod 18.
Limit: October III, 11NH).
Vturdav and Tuewlar Kxrunlnns on aala
Lll poliiU on "NOHTH-WEsTKItS LI.NK"
in iiiy. no. valley, Umaba and west
reor in neoraaka.
liEeDAY Keurslons Septemher 4 and IH
louaaleat points on 'NOKTH WEHTKHN
h ana connection f.unt or toe Missouri
ate: One Fare, plus $2,
for round trip.
LIMIT: October 31, MJ.'X).
s Sale: Sept. 1,4,8,15,18, 22,29.
or pamphlnta ti-lllnit all about II itels.
ery, (Jlinsie and Cures, call on any skcuC
J. H. GAHLE,
Traveling Vast. Ancnt. benlson, la.
A. L. FIHIIEK.
traveling Paas. Avent, Kansas City, Mo.
J. K. BLCHANAN.
General I'ass. Agent, Omsba. NeD.
ier, 8I0111 fit
Incoln: II. ft.
y, A comMetn line of
huiidi uk for what you
EAKEE'S STEAD. ;
Absptit-miiidetl old I)nny I!akei
went 10 tiliir.t'.ing' across I nion Square
tuiij iug 11 hluck box lliiit looked like
u iiiiniiiuire I'olrin.
"Ui, ,llke, pei on to the funeral!"
cried 1111 impudent youngster wiio liud
viiinlv trii() 10 induce Uui.ny to buy uu
"hr'k Koin' de wrong way to the
Morgue," Alike answered.
The old man paid not the glighteat
attention to their gibes. J'roliuuly he
did nut hear t hem. iiis mind, when
not on hia work, uib fur away, pur
auinfr niemoriea of years long pant.
ThuH rt was now, for there was noth
ing in carrying a repuired viola to a
customer to distract him from hia
He entered one of the music ttore
that abound in that vicinity of the Un
ion Square, and waited for the atten
tion of the clerk who had sent the bro
ken instrument to him. A number of
small bills advertising teachers, pian
ists and concerts were on the counter.
(Id Mutiny glanced half absently at
them. His eyes rested momentarily
on. one that unnounced the first ap
pearance in America of "M. Houlang
er, the great violinist of I'aris." The
performance was to be on that very
evening in Carnegie Hall, but Danny
shook his head sadly, as if saying to
the announcement, "No, you can't in
duce me to go, not if your liouluoger
was the greatest virtuoso who ever
The repaired viola was taken from
him presently, and laid aside to be
called fr by the owner. Danny re
ceived his pay for the work he had
done and went Blowly homeward. On
the way he saw many a poster on
which the name "I'.oulaiiger" utood
out in largf letters, but he always
shook his head ajid tried not to see
the advertisement. He lived buck of
his dingy little shop in Fourth street.
When lie nrrived there he observed a
cab before the door and an elegantly
dressed stranger inquiring of the boy
left in charge when the proprietor
"I am the proprietor, sir," said old
Danny, simply. "What can I do for
"Ah, permit me," responded the
wtranger, with a French accent, and
he handed the old man a visiting card.
"Monsieur limilnnger!" exclaimed
Danny, in great surprise, when he
glanced at it.
"Yes," said the other, "my name is
doubtless familiar to you, and you
may be aware that I am to play at
Carticgie Hall this evening. I have in
jured my violin, and there will not
be time to repair it before the concert.
I am told you have an instrument al
most equal tn the one I brought with
me. I will pay you anything you like
for Ihe loan of it for the evening."
The old man brought several violins
ami laid them on the eotinier.
"I shall be happy to oblige mon
sieur." he said, "if he finds anything
here that is worthy of his potters."
Iloulaiiger looker them over, hand
led one or two, and then exclaimed,
"l'.ah! Kit for amateurs! You should
not try to impose them on n virtuoso."
then he leaner forward and hispcrcd :
"Where is your StratlivnriusV"
Danny started violently.
"Yon cannot have the Strad," lie
said; "it belonged to my poor boy. No
one shall ever play on it again."
The Frenchman was not to be de
nied. "Your son would be proud to think
the gren.'leut living violinist had bor
rowed his instrument," he cried; "let
me take it and 1 will rail your son's
spirit from the dead so that he shall
. ..!., ,.,, ,..!.., t T,l.,,r InnlirM "
"Ah, if you could do that:" sighed
"1 will," Honlanger declared with
conviction. "Tell me, is it long since
vour son went away from you and
"Many years. He had just come to
the point where he was to make hii
debut when in u fit of passion he ran
away. He went to Kurope and was
murdered in J'aris your own city,
Monsieur. His violin has never been
The Frenchman put his hand caress
ingly on his shoulder.
"Let the Stradivarius speak to you
n message of comfort from him," he
Moved by some subtle influence he
could not withstand, the old man had
tit last obeyed this stranger's behest.
His bent figure disappeared Into a back
room, whence he emerged carrying
tin ebony ense with brass clasps nnd
handles. Within crowned with age nnd
use, lay the interpreter of bygone
is" hd laughter; silent now, but
y awaiting another huinnn soul to
forth Its vibrations. Iloulnrigcr
le an impulsive movement, but i he
a closed with u snap before lie
Id sie.e that treasure.
Not here. Tonight .tonight. Yeiir
ttiise remember," cried Danny,
shly, tin he pushed the case toward
Monsieur," anid the nrtist, mnkiiq
iw bow ns he withdrew towards the
r, "there will be a great audience.
public hnve to thank vour gener-
ly that they are not to be disnp-
nted. Will yon make use of my
Vie If yon nValre a comfortable
It?" he pointed to the card. ".Mi,
nnd If jron nsk for me in the
ftr'n room ifter the tierformnnce
all h mnch pleasure In restor-
vour Wrndivnriim wnth eternal
ttowledgenientK of my Indebtedness
the faror you have conferred upon
ft howed again with grace, nnd
lit out to the cub fiwiiltlng him, the
my case in tils hand.
'hat evening there wna n crowded.
Iinslnslle aiulicnce In Cnrnesle 1 1 n II.
Lnv linker was there, sitting with
l closed wheneved the great violin-
Iplayed. To him It did seem as if
violin spoke to him of hia boy
h tin angel's sweetness, he even fin
ned that F-dwnrd had returned to
and was playing on the platform
ore him, nnd the old nuin dnred not
n his eyes lest the Illusion lie tlls-
.t last nn usher aroused him. Tho
roilcert was over and mot of the au
dience had already left the hall. Dan
ny remembered Houlanger'a promite,
and hastened to the artiste's rooms
behind the stage.
"What do you want here" demanded
a man, barring his way.
"Monsieur lioulanger," Danny an
swered, fumbling for the virtuoso's
"He pees nobody after a perfor
mance," mi id theother. "You will have
to go away."
"He will see me," Danny insisted.
"Kecause he made an appointment
to give me back my Stradivarius which
he borrowed this afternoon."
"Nonsense! 1 am Monsieur lioulan
ger'a agent, and I know that he hnu
played upon his own instrument, a
(Juarderius, not a Strad. You'd better
"I will not move from here until
my dead boy's violin is restored to
me;" cried the old man. "See.here is
Houlanger'g card! Where is he?"
"Here I am. What is the matter?"
said a weary voice.
There was something in the tone
that caused Danny to turn deathly
pale. Had his son really come to life?
He looked up to see a young man in
evening dress with a violin case under
his arm, but H was not Houlanger
not the virtuoso who had borrowed
"Monsieur Boulanger," said the
agent, "this old man, who doubtless is
mad, insists that you borrowed "
He got no farther, for he famous
violinist funldenlveinhrnced old Danry.
"Father!" he cried.
AndDanny knew that this was hia
son, no fantastic freak of his imagin
ation. They went into a dessing room
and remained there until the janitor
urged that he really must lock up the
hall. Father and son had mourned
each other dead through false report,
for many years, and meantime the
son, adopting the French form of his
name, had risen to great prominence
as an artiste.
.Neither of them ever succeeded in
tracing the Stradivarius. It hud van
ished .with thf clever adventurer
whose trick won him a valuable in
strument and united father and son.
For the Housekeeper to Try.
Sprinkling clothes with hot water
and a whisk broom.
Try rubbing tough meat with a
cut lemon to make it tender.
Uubbing celery on the hands to
remove the odor of onions.
Adding one or two tublespoonfuls
of sugar to strong turnips when
Mixing stove blacking with a little
ammonia to prevent burning off.
Adding a few drops of Ammonia
to blue water to whiten the clot lies.
Adding a little sugar to milk to
prevent it sticking to t lie vessel
I'l.'iciug uu apple in the bread ami
cake boxes to keep bread and cake
.Mixing a little cornstarch with
salt before filling the salt shaker, to
prevent its clogging.
Adding a tabh-spoonful of kero
sene to a pail of clear hot water to
wash the wudows.
Sprinkling grated cheese over oat
meal porridge instead of augur and
eating with cream.
Wetting a cloth in cider vinegar,
wrapping cheese in it to keep moist
and prevent molding.
Dipping a bit of parsley in vinegar
and eating to sweeten the breath
and remove odor after eating onions.
Dipping stale doughnuts in cold
water, placing in a paper bag. heat
ing thoroughly in the oven and serv
Mixing flour nnd sugar together,
before adding water, to prevent
luuipiliK, vtiiere iiour nnd Budi ia
used ill making sauces.
Making a splendid furniture polish
by taking a wine glass of olive oil,
one of vinegar and two tablespoons
of alcohol, apply with a soft cloth
and polish with flannel.
FOUR FAVORITE FAMILY FOODS:
MU'tOCK'S PUBK SPICES,
"OPT" FLAVORING EXTRACT
?nU SBOCFR HA THEM ALL.
via the ' f:
On June 1st the Wabash will place on
sale summer tourist tickets good to re
turn until October 31st, to all the sum
mer resorts of Canada and the East.
The Continental Limited
Leaving Chicago at 12, noon; leaving
St. Louis at 9 a. m., which was so pop
ular with the traveling pibllc last year,
will run on same schedule time this
For rates, time tables, or further In
formation In regard to trips East or to
Europe, or a copy of our Summe Tours,
cad on or write,
G. N. CLAYTON, N. W. P. Agt.,
Room 405 N Y Life Bldg., Omaha, Neb.
"Agents wanted everywhere."
Pample by "iall if, cents.
VI tiy mall !.00.
too by express $7.fil).
IOcK) tiy express i'fi.OO.
We are manufacturing .000,000 as a starter
and can ship out-of-town orders at once. It
li- new. novel, original and handsomely irol-
1 ten up; wtllaffored an Immense amount of
iLinu.cment and tie a tremendous seller
; ltntli. In viiiit- ordpiv wend nionev liv regist
ered letter, express order or postal order;
CLOYD NOVELTY CO.,
IWI New York l ife llld's, Kansas City, Mo.
IN FOR REFORM.
Chicago Times-Herald: Sauntering
Sim Here's a piece n dis paper wot
says more men die from overeat in'' dan
from bullets. '
Tired Treadwell 3ee! We got to be
more careful about ourselves. Dis ting
of eatln' eight meals a day just because
you ain't afraid to ast fer 'em Is a habit
dat Is dangerous to let grow on you.
Where the Itlrda llulld Tlielr Ncsls.
Wood-peckers all use holes drilled
out with their strong bills, the chip
making the lining, if you follow up
a series of round holes drilled in tht
decayed branch of a tree, you will
usually come upon oncof these nests,
'J hc.se birds waste much time and
labor by drilling' several holes before
they find one lo suit their fancy.
These holes, besides forming T tit:
nest, in summer, answer for u home
male bird drills a hole just large'
enough for himself and lets hismatc
weather the winter storms as well
as she can.
The woodpeckers drill new holes
for nests each season, and the old
old ones are quietly appropriated by
the nut-hatches, the chickadees and
the brown creepers. Each has her
notions of refurnishing the borrow
ed homes. The chickadees put down
a soft carpet .or rug of caterpillar
silk or spider webs, mixed with down
from plants. The nut-hatches ar
satisfied with a mat of grass.
Wrens, swallows, bluebirds, owls,
chglch and .some hawks, use last
year's tiesis wilh some slight re
pairs, or appropriate u deserted one
that seems suitable.
A wren will rear n little family in
a hole in n tree that seems hardly
large enough for the mother bird.
The bluebird and the martin will he
thankful for any boxes nailed about
the garden to assist them in their
lly far the larger portion of our
birds build n new nest each sensim,
though often returning to the same
locality. Then comes that great
army of birds that build not only a
new nest each year, but a new nest
for each brood. Ylck's Magazine,
The survey of the llnwalian
Islands and of the Anierisan Islands in
the hanionti gmup nre practically
completed, but the existing charts of
the I'hillppiiK'S are so defective and
deficient, many dangerous reefs being
entirely omit'ed, that nn immediate
resnrvey of the nrchlpclngo Is urged.
The Hpiinih charts of Culm nre con
demned ns Imperfect nnd unreliable,
nnd three vessels nre now engaged Id
tuuklng a new .urvey.
We offer One Hundred Dollars Re
ward for any case of Catarrh that can
not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Props.,
We, the undersigned, have known F.
J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and be
lieve him perfectly honorable in all
business transactions, and financially
able to carry out any obligation made
bv their firm.
WEST & TRUAX, Wholesale Drug
gists, Toledo. O.
WALDING, KINNAN & MARVIN,
Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O.
Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken inter
nally, acting directly upon the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system.
Price, 75c per bottle, fold by all drug
gists. Testimonials free.
Hall's Family Pills are the best.
WHERE THE LEAP CAME IN.
The Landlord of Meadow-brook Farm
,'showlng latest arrival around) This
here spot Is known as "Lovers' Leap."
The Fair Arrival (astounded) Suoh
an unpleturesque old spot beneath a
nightmare of a willow! How in the
world did you come to give It such a
Landlord 'Cause ye can't sit here
five minutes before a caterpillar drops
down yer neck!
Vital weakness ann nervous debility can
be cured. "Vlrtuuma" Tablets are guar
anteed by Kldd Drug Co., Elgin, 111., to
cure all nervous diseases, debility and vi
tal losses, or send free medicine until
cured if guaranteed lot falls. J'ale. thin,
emaciated, tremblnlg and nervous people
should try these tablets; greatest of nerve
tonics. If vou are not what you ought to
be, or want to be and can be, kW them
one trial and you will praii (hem for
ever a pHCkage, or 3 for $5, per mail.
Retail and wholesale of Myers & Dillon
Prug Co.. Omnhn. M. A. Dillon, Boiith
Omaha; Davis Drug Co., Council HlufTi;
Klgws Pharmacy, Lincoln; H. S. Maker,
Hlotix Cltv. Full line of rubber goods;
ask for what you want.
PLENTY OF OTHERS.
Itlobbs lie doesn't know enough to
come In out of the rain.
Slobbs That's nothing. Several thou
sand years ago there was only one man
In all the world that did. Ills name
Why not doctor yourself? "Oonova"
Tablets nre guaranteed by Kldd Drug Co.,
Elgin, 111., to cure all diseases Inlbimma
llons, ulcerations of th urlnnry system,
organs, bladder, etc., or send free medi
cine until cured if guaranteed lot falls.
An Internal remedy with Injection com
bined; the only one In America. Price, M,
or 2 for t, sent per mail. Ketall and
wholesale of Myers ft Dillon Drug Co.,
:imahn; M. A. Dillon, South Omaha; D.
"Is Drug Co., Council Hluffs; Kings Phar-
tiacy, Lincoln; II. fl. linker, Hloux City.
'omplela lino of rubber goods; ask for
vhat you want.
Farmers and Poultrymenl!
Vti can no t(irrt f" b without
LAKE S LIC EXTERMINATOR.
your Flout Irom Cholera; ticket and
Shucp from lifHrmper, Scmlrhet nnd
Mange. Keep your Cuttle free Unm
h'Ur., and Poultry from Chotrra, Roup,
Hcaly 1B, Kre . If your dm Irr docs not
krep t, nd 7 rnt for a sullen.
im CHEMICAL CO. 1913 CRAMO AV.
tfnasaa City' Mo,
lK WHl HI Ml (LSI (AILS
i mgH if rap. TsstesOiMst
In lima. Sotrl hr rtruattftsta.
madradi at People Olarfly Testify to (Ml
remanent Cure Without thm Dae
of the Knife.
Write to Same of tbe People Whoa
VOBials are oivea Helow aaa
Yearaelf That This to Trse.
DR. E. O. SMITH
OF KANSAS CITY, MO.
as Oared Hendrrds of
Hopleea and If Vour Caea cm be
I Ishu Ageacy, Be earn 4 It.
IB DOH MOT AM VOS PAT
WHAT HK DOBS NOTDOiBDT CVI
run amo asks fob mi tat
IEAD THESE TESTIMDIIALS.
0MMr f nmL
leioaaa. Sea. Daft..
& . Sadth. Kaaaaa at.. Me.
By Bear Doctor i 1 flTas mm staewe fkwfo
to lafara yea at tb sal retara f mr mm
wUt ae amves eeiarae, the totfe M, wl
lastly restored to kealtk asi eeeptaesa.
ia natonas my win to health ra im
reaaat alsasire aaa kanBtaeet to ear eMM
ere traelr arateral. It also aire
.term taeaas aa
breaaht alsasire aaa kappta
aleamra to toaaer to roq ear rrati
oar gnat kladases to ay wlfi valla aaoerywal
breetasat, for which will aJears kotareaoai
year traiy food ait la gratefal aotem. iaaaa
alaaloa w, caa oaly pray that aa ail Mad Pave
one, wul blesa. protect aad kcoa rem hi ikM
cars throeck Ilia, aad la death bices yea Mh(
baaej ataraUj. Sratefally years,
lauaa aad Mae. lctac
la a letter at October 1st. Mrs. Sloyaa a1
satlr.ly well aad la splendid health. If fat e
aisled vrlto to her aboat as.
i Pnmlntat Attorniu Cur4 tf Cmmr 4
Obcrlla, Kae, Zaty W, Baa,
B. . SBlta. Kaaaaa CUT. Mo.
Dear Sir aad Priced: I ass O B. 1 1
bene? ia my life, tkaa sloea aw retire
whereas before that I was trovbb
lad lor ccTcral atoatha. 1 aat aow able to I
a ay cad at the office aad at boae abacs i
archero. we arc all wen aaa I else to OS
tteaiarir reacakend to Mrs Baltb.
Hgtni IT Uari-Curtl lit 19 mfm
Pbllllecnra, Kaa, Row, By Ml
St. B. O. faith, Kae Oty, Ma.
Boar sir I bad bcea afflicted far aeeawtoB
rears with epltketlal ceaeerwbea I applied to roj
lor treatacat. Ia thirteea days I was caCtrol
cared aad without tbs ace of kalte. I aahe abl
Ktcacat for the bcaaflt of eaaoer ssSerers. baa
they aay be ladasaccd by au taeaeaaarS
aa to yoa lor treatment.
Yoars Truly, R. Searaa.
Otaar Doctor FiM r Ovrw Htm.
Prairie Saae. Mo.. Mot. U. Baa,
Br. . O. Smith, Kaasas City, Ha.
Dear Mr : It la with plsaaare that I state
poor trcatasat of a cancer oa my low
coaplste saccess. It was of aboat
ctaadlna and for a year I had takca
of other doctors, but to no avail. I at
aad you cured my cancer In it days. I
ratetal to you as loaf aa 1 lire.
lears Truly, William K
Lookt Li ha Himself Agalm.
to. B. 0. Smith, Kansas City, Mo.
Dear Doctor : I write to teii yet aenaf
tad that ths earner you treated oa ay haokfl
ratlrely enrsd, and I am back to my old weiav
aasia. When I went to yon for tree&OLeaaJ'
weighed one hundred and fld peueda. sow!'
weigh one hundred and elity-two poaeda, aat
they all eay 1 am looking like myeeu aale.
TU Mrs. Smith that wc thank her lor bar BSJ
tars. We thank you both every day of oar snaj
Wcskall aerer lorget what yoa hare
Be. We karc been trrlna to get one of earl
tors to come and see you. I told kin that If J
said yea cuuid cars him that he would has
Xonr graterai meaoc
Ma. asd ifac. Ocrraa,
I Mr. Caller was cared of selrrhas
tan sll of the back, that measured i
tad down aad live Inches a
cared far nearly two years.! r yy.
ike I tun She It Ouni.
-zif'-- - White RalLI
Br. B. O. eralth SaalUrlaa Co. , K suae Cbu, i
Dear Doctor aud Mrs. tmlth Tknaak
K dance 01 aiaa rroTiaeacc aaa to
stmest I am completely cared of tl
sal malady, cancer. My breast la cBtlrotw
aad I consider mresu cared. 1 woald bees
bra yen sooner bat wasted to be nre at i
cared. I lee! aratcral to yoa both far abc m
acta of kindness and courtesy shoes cm w blest.
roar home. 1 mt at home taere. TM
was not Beany as sevrr ae csc .u w
he. I will heartily resomaead yea waaa I bad
cpportuslty. My frlenJa all thiak I haec td
troTed woadcrfully. Plcaa accept my aaartM
Aanka for all yoa bars doac for aa.
Wishing yoa saocees hi yoer anbls sMSBs I
Bala ever ycur trlead.
LM a Few farmer Patient. r
The following list f1ec aamcs and aaelrcaa
cf a cumber of former patleata whoa I ha
cared of cancer. Wc aak aay afflicted psaawi wtj
adc this ad rcrtlecmcat to write to aay r a
at the aamcs glien aad loara for cheates!.
whether or act my treatment la sees, reUaeas ess
aura to care. I do sot accept your aoaey a a all
Bars cursd you. 1'hls should be ajuareatee cast
acat to aatlsly the most sceptical. Ie ee I at
facet you. wrlu to my former patients aad St pal
arc eonilnco by their letters, write to cm u
aay lalormettoa you wish aad I will eaeeiwael
(Itc It to you Irrc of any coat.
Mrs. Jsnsls Gooding, 711 W. Tl Tiaaa
01U. Mo. Cured of caucer of the breast.
Katie I. Hock, Ml Armctroag Ace. Kaeana
aty. Kaa. Cured of caarer of ths breast.
L. J. Uaacock, il K. iJui St., for Uree yeast
artsclpal of Adsmc school, Kaaaaa CHf, Ma)
Carsd of two canevra of tbs face.
Mra. J. W. Shannon. - '1 Ohio St., Kaasas tj(
Kaa. Cursd ol cuncer oi the breaat.
A. M. Pcrklna. eu7 E ssth St.. Kaaaaa Orta
Mo. Cored ol cancer of check, INT.
Mrc. A. M. Khikacr, m Flora Are.. Kaaaa
City, Me. Cured of cancer oa forehead.
M. Llttls. til Wyandotte St., Kaaaaa CNy, Ma)
Oared of cancer of noes.
Jae. Hanuon. Il Uraad Are., teases Os
Mo. Cured of caacrr of face.
Oca. Ryea. Ml K luth It., Kaaaaa aay. Ma
Oared of cancer of eager.
Darld Una. 7JJ Crprasa Arc., Kaasas Clcy. Ma
Oared ol caacer of head of eight ysarc' steading
Chas. R. Uoullsston. wis rlochccter at, Kaa
as City, Mo. Cared of caacer of car.
Mra. Anthony Smith, cor. ttk aad llsjahiCI
Its.. Kansas City, kss. Epithelial caacer, alta
Bted on th, and of the aoec. treated Aagast, leaf
Frank Ulllland. 1717 Holmes at. uarea of aaa
ear of the aw la ISM.
Dials aicrdoa, ua asd qrors BU., Be aaa
Bty. Mo. Cursd of caacer at tbe ear.
Thoa. L. Tackcr. Oo Mills, Me. rwrefl a
caacer of face and aoec.
0. a. Oroom, Uooch's Miua. Ma. carat at eaa
sac of lower lip.
Jacob Uses. Ttsgaa. Mo. cares Of assess a
Mra. Julia Nichols, Jameeteea. Ma. caret a.
Sascer of the face.
Wc also refer to Her. Phillips, Bestor of tb
M. K. Ckarrh of Jamsstowa, Mo., aa kc kaowc d
arrcral cscsc as hare csred.
. w. Moraa, Tarry, aa. oaa. carca at caeca
t Bp. INT.
Mrs. Bliea Default, Baa Plereaes, Ma. Casal
at caacer of the lace.
Paal Kohier, Artsoaa. xab. carat at aaaoara
Dr. Smith treat Csftecr, Utmmx
t amera, Borofula, Old Borat, all aUoai
Partlet detlrlsi- t.Mtmtst es vltnca
irt wilifhctory rafercnoet or depoaH tht
money In any bank, to be paid wbeathfj
rt ready to go noma jure a. ir. naaiai
ioei not ask pay ror what hr doei not em
but ouret flnl and takeg pay afterward
till down town office la si the north -aa
aorner of Tenth and Main strecta, whafl
he may be cotitulied free of charge,, fros
:30 a. m. to 4:30 p. m. After lba
hourt he can he aenn at hi Private ataa
itrlum, Tenth and Cleveland avenue.
Pamphlet! and olrculara eoataislaj
letters and lists of of peraont euraa i
lanoer cheerfully farnlahed Ihoat Whl
PS1 'of ln" either In peraos ar H
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I WtbSI. as W. SB I I H, B. V.,
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