The McCook tribune. (McCook, Neb.) 1886-1936, June 24, 1898, Image 7

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    When a navnl attache of the Span
ish legation at Washington twcnty-
flvo years ago , General ( then lieuten
ant commander ) Cervora fell violent
ly .in Jove with the daughter of an
aristocratic Southern senator. What
ever chance the Spaniard had was de
scribed one evening at a reception
given by Mrs. Flnh , wife of the secre
tary of state. Cervera sang u Span
ish love song with such marked pas
sion that the young woman quickly
left the room , as everyone knew that
she was the ninger's Inspiration.
'He : "If I should kiss you , what
would you do ? " She ( startled ) : "I
never measure an emergency until It
arises. " He : "If this emergency
arose now , how would you meet it ? "
She ( courageously ) : "Face to face. "
Human nature Is about ac sure to
crop out in a collection as it is in a
horse trade. Ram's Horn.
For a perfect complexion and a clear ,
liealtliy r-kin , use COSMO BUTTERMILK
SOAP. Bold ovorywhore.
If the Spaniards can't shoot any
thing else they should shoot the
Don't Tobacco Spit ana Smo'xo Your Lite Away.
To quit tobacco cislly and forovcr. bo mag
netic , full of life , nerve , and vigor , take NoTe -
Bac , the wonder-worker , that makes weak men
strong. AH druggists , 50o or 81. Cure guaran
teed. Booklet and sample free. Address
Sterling Remedy Co. . Chicaao or New York.
If you trust to luck for- anything
vou'll bo lucky if you get it
Hall's Catarrh Care
Is taken Internally. Price. 75c.
First Kansas Man : "I hear that
hoss-thief died rather sudden las'
\ : night" Sencond Kansas Man ( leader
of neck-tie party ) : "Y-e-s , he wasn't
sick long. " "Did he die game ? " "Like
a rooster just like a rooster with hits
spurs on ! " New York Weekly.
Robert Smalls , who has been reap-
polnted collector of the port vl Beau
fort , S. C. . Is one of the best known
negroes in the South. He was a slave
employed on the Confederate transport
Planter In Charleston harbor in the
spring of 1802 , when one night he took
possession of himself and the boat
ran her over Charlesxou bar andur -
rendered her to the United States
blockading squadroon. He served as
pilot during the war , was a member of
the South Carolina house of represent
atives In reconstruction times , and has
represented the state in five con
* ,
"I hear that the people of Minne
apolis have decided that Slgsbee Isn't
much of a man after all , and that they
are taking back all tne nice things
they said about him after the destruc
tion of the Maine. ; " "Why is that ? "
"He's in command of the St Paul
now. " Chicago Dally News.
Ko-To-Bac for Fifty Cents.
Guaram-xd tobacco habit cure , makes weak
men strong , olood pure. 50c.81. All druggists.
Jlggs : "What is your opinion of
Jones ? " Biggs : "He seems to think
what he thinks he knows he knows ,
but I knok he knoks what he knows ,
he thinks he knows is false. See ? "
New York News.
Mrs. "vrinslow's Mootnlnjr Syrup
For children toethinu.snf tens tbo trums.redtice-ilnfUm-
mallou , ttllaj * pain , cureK wind colic. 25 cents a bottle.
The tears of genuine repentance are
the sparkling dewdrops of life's morn
To Cure constipation Zorovor.
Take Casoarcts Candy Cathartic. JOc or 25o >
If C. C , C. fall to cure , druggists refund money.
If a man boards at a hotel he is sub
ject to inn-digestion.
Coe'o Coagn TXaI am
'J- the oldest and best. It will break up a cold qnlctcr
than nnjthlnc oUa. It la altrajrg reliable. Try it.
Tiio man who confesses his ignor
ance Is on the road to wisdom.
People who live in fear of his attacks.
How to avoid htm or beat him off. ' '
T If biliousness Isn't the bully of the body them to be always reliable. They are less
/ then what is ? When once biliousness gets liable to gripe than other purgatives , and
{ the upper hand you don't dare scy your although mild in action , they arc thorough
stomach is your o'wu. " Don't you dare eat in operation. They are the best family
. that dish says biliousness , or you'll sec physic that can be had. " PETES. J. DCFFY ,
/ -what I'll do. " 'Sou take the dare and you Kockport , Texas.
do see or rather feel , the weight of "the
' "Having used Dr. . C. ' Pills for
bully's revenge. The head aches , not a J. Ayer's
regular ache , but an open and shut ache. years and thoroughly tested them , both as
The eyes ache , not with a dull , tired ache , a prcventi\e and cure for biliousness , I
but with an agressivc ache , as if they were can truthfully say that I believe them to
being" bored by a gimlet. The stomach be the best medicine for the purpose and
\ trembles with nausea. "The whole head they do all that is claimed lor them. "
is sick , and the whole heart is faint. " There JNO. E. KOLB , Shark , Ark. , ,
are scqres of hundreds of people who lire Biliousness is in general but n symptom
under dominion of this bil-
the bully
so - dicorder
of stubborn .
a more , constipation.
i iousftfts that they doa't dare eat or drink is of
' Constipation the root almost all phys
I without his permission. There's no need ical evils , and Dr. J. C. Ayer's Pills cure
of such . . . . ' Pills
Dr. C.
slavery. J. Ayer's almost all these physical evils by going to
effectually cure biliousness.j the root. They cure constipation , and the
I "For fifteen years I have used Dr. J. C. consequent maladies , biliousness , heart
I Ayer's Pills , and find them very effective burn" , palpitation , shortness of breath ,
in all kinds of bilious complaints. Thev sleeplessness , nervous irritability , foul
. are mild in operation and easy to take. "l breath , coated tongue , and a score of other
/ prefer them to any other pill , and have miserable maladies that have their origin
* yet to see the case where they have failed ia constipation. Dr. Ayer's Pills arc the
to cure. " A. SYVANGER , Terarkana , Ark. snrest and safest remedy for all diseases
of the liver , stomach , and bowels. Send
"I have used Dr. J. C. Ayer's Pills in for Dr. Ayer's Curebook and read the story *
cases of biliousness and general Disorders of cures told by the cured. Free. Address
of the stomach and bowels and have found the J. C. Aver Co. , Lowell , Mass.
We make fine Surreys , BugKlcs , Phaetons nnd Hood Waarons. KBIB1 CIlj
Our goods nnve been favorably known to the trade for yeari. „ , , „ , , , na offlee ,
We now S-ll direct to the user at WholriBle Prlcec. The nhrewd rrrti ntv SL
buyer prefers to deal with the factory. He gets of us flue
work &t less price than agents nt-lc for low irrade vehicles. We ship anywhere ,
subject to examination. VTK liELITER on board cars Kansas City , Mo. , or Gosben ,
Ind. , as majTsult purchaser. Send for catalogue with prices plainly printed.
IT'S PREK. Write today. We sell Sewing Machines and tia COSI1KN BICTCLE as
well. All at Wholenie rricti. ILL GOOD. No matter wliero you live , jou are not
too far away to do business with us mid save money. Address.
Bevei-Gear ,
Bloyroe Shirt Waists ,
Chain Wheels. S75 'rents ,
Haritords. - - Collars ,
Vodoties , $40 & 35
Pope iftfg. Co Delicate
Read our
Booklets ,
Learn *
Bet Your Pension "I have uced yonr valuable OASOA-
RETS and find thorn perfect. Couldn't do
without tbem. I hare used them for some time
for indigestion and biliousness and am now com
Write CAPT. O'FARRELL. Pension Aeent , pletely cured. Recommend them , to every one.
New York Avenue , WASHINGTON , D. C. Once tried , you will never be without them In
1425 the fatally. " EDW. A. MARX , Albany , N. Y.
illuttritaJ boskcf 2CO
paees derenpttTt ci Texat and the re'
l that great ittte will be
tar &rc i upon rccapt
of ei h ceat * ta
PRICE. A. G. P. A. .
Mention I. & G. N. R. R.
da paper. Palestine , Tex.
Pleasant. Patntablo. Potent. Taste Good. Do
Good. Norer Blckon ; Weaken , or Gripe. JOc.25c.SOo.
Ijw rlseipJ Examiner U. fl. * m loa Bnreaa. M.Tfl.MIfil SoldandjrnBTanfred'by all drug -
S/w. la.Ut-wi. U 4fu4ie4liai eUiox. atljr. ti&c * . I U-pAU. gists to CUKE .Tobacco Habit.g
' CURE.YQUUEIF ! qnloSt reU f nd cares wowt
. . ' 8 nd for book tetttoionlaUand 1O '
tj * e days'
. .Tj .Blg ( I for.nnnatorml treatment Free. Ot. B.B.QttSS'9 BOSS. Atiuti. &
aiiihaicc * . , ( nfl&mniationf.1
irrlutlona 'orelcerationj '
crmacoo membranes ,
ralnle , and no aitria-
in plala wrapper ,
by" xpn i , prepaid , for
-W.-or S bottles ; (2.73.
CircaUr teat on requerti
A New York Firm That Handles Half 9
Million a Day.
From New York Sun : Almost half
a million old bottles are handled every
day by a single flrm in New York city.
Most of them are wine and beer bottles ,
but there are also hundreds of bottles
used for catsup and other table sauces.
The mineral waters furnish a large
proportion of the full numbers None
of these bottles Is washed or cleaned
by the firm that collects them , but
they must not be old and "gummy" or
they will not be accepted. They are
shipped all over this country , and a
good many of them are sent back to
Europe. Those reshipped across the
water are mostly ginger ale bottles
sent to Ireland , some beer or ale bottles
tles sent to England , and wine and
liquor bottles sent to France. Of course
these are re-employed. The dealers
here say that the French bottles are
the best made. The English come next ,
the American next , and then" the Ger
man. Comparatively few bottles are
lost In transit , either on board cars
or in the collecting wagons. When a
wagon Is loaded with cases of
"empties" the driver puts a straw
wrapper on each of the corner bottles
at the end of the wagon. It doesn't
seem as If this would be a very great
protection , but It does serve as a
slight buffer In case of passing rubs
and knocks. The bottle shops of New
York are not especially picturesque ,
but in New Orleans there is one which
has become noted. It is visited by
moot tourists , many of whom carry
away some squat , queer-shaped ( liquor
bottle by way of sourvenlr. "The Bot-
tie Man of ContI Street" owes his fame
to Mrs. M. E. M. Davis , one of New
Orleans' literary women. Mrs. Davis
lives only a block or two from the
haunt of the bottle man , over In the
old French part of the city. When
Eugene Field visited there several
years ago Mrs. Davis took him around
to Conti street to see the bottle man
and his treasures. Field and the 'bottle '
man were mutually delighted over the
meeting. The shop Is a great high
sort of shed , reaching from the street
back 150 feet into the block. It Is
piled with stack on stack of crates
full of empty wine bottles , while from
the celling'hang rows of dusty demi
johns and jugs. There are shelves
occupied by a medley of quaint cor
dial bottles , bright green and blue , pot
bellied , flat-sided , eccentric , freakish
things. Field delighted in these
shelves , and used to poke around in
the dust and the shadows hunting up
new shapes , which he carried off to
add to the miscellaneous lot of stuff
he shipped home from there. But there
was one bottle with which he was es
pecially delighted. It was a brilliant
blue In color , with a very long , thin
neck and a fat body , pressed Into a
four-sided shape. In the middle of
one side was a seal , stamped in the
glass. Every visitor in Conti street
nowadays hears about Field's visits ,
and Is permitted to gaze upon or pur
chase one of the Field bottles. After
his return to Chicago Mrs. Davis wrote
the poem , "The Bottle Man of Conti
Street , " and sent it to him. Field re
plied in his usual happy vein , and
these autograph verses are among Mrs.
Davis' treasures today.
Ono Red BOKO Rent for a Church Site.
A unique celebration occurs in June
of every year at Manheim , Pennsylva
nia , according to the Ladies' Home
Journal. It is known as the feast of
roses , and is held to commemorate the
benevolence of Baron Stiegel.who more
than a century and a Quarter ago leafce-
a tract of land at Manheim to a con
gregation for a church site at an aur
nual rental of one red rose to be paid
in June of eack year. After Baron
Stiegel's death the rent was never de
manded until a few years ago , and now
it is formally paid to one of the baron's
descendant's. The occasion is known
as "the feast of ro&as , " and tbe quaint
ceremony attracts the greatest Inter
Hnndirrltlng. .
Puck : "Before "we were man-ted
you used to Trrite me three letters a
day. " "Did I , reallyr "Yes , you did ;
and HOW you cut up just because I ask
you to write me a little bit of a
check. "
Lord Rothschild carries insurance
policies on his life aggregating § 1,250-
Rosa Bonheur is one of the two
French women who are legally author
ized to wear man's attire.
Anthony Hope and Edward Rose
will 'collaborate in the dramatization
of Mr. Hope's "Simon Dale. "
The widow of George Augustus Sala
has gone into bankruptcy through at
tempting to liquidate her late hus
band's debts.
Queen Elizabeth of Roumania , better
known to the world as Carmen Sylva ,
has recently received a doctor's de
gree from the University of Buda-
The eldest son of Sir Henry Irving
has recently published a life of
"Bloody Judge Jeffreys , " In which he
undertakes to rehabilitate that gen
tleman's somewhat frazzled character.
The son of Queen Natalie of Servia ,
for whom his father , the dissolute
King Milan , abdicated the throne , has
shown traits of imbecility. Queen
Natalie , crushed by the bitter sorrows
of her life , Is about to withdraw to the
solitude of a convent.
Upon his arrival at Capetown ,
Africa , recently , Mr. Rudyard Kipling
and his family were very warmly re
ceived , and Mr. Kipling presented with
a set of verses addressed to himself by
a jriyate.Jn the ranks. The title of
the poetical.effusion is "An Experi
ment in Imitation. "
( From the Democrat , Goshen , Ind. )
When neuralgia Is accompanied by a
dull , heavy palu near the heartfrequeutly
becoming intense , it generally terminates
fatally. Mrs. Nancy Flynn , wholives near
Goshen , Indiana , survived such an attack
and her advice is worth heeding.
"In the fall of ' 92 , " ube said , "I began tote
to have trouble with my heart. There was
a sharp pain in my breast which became
rapidly worse. The doctor was puzzled and
put mo under the influence of opiates.
These sharp attacks folio wed ono another at
Intervals , and I became weak nnd had a
haggard look. Ivcs constantly in pain ,
seldom slept and had no appetite.
"At the end of two years I was confined
to my couch most of the time and the
doctors agreed that my death was only a
matter of a short timo.
"Ono day I noticed in a newspaper an item
about a wo
man having
been cured of
neuralgia of
the heart by
Dr. Williams'
Pink Pills
for Polo
People , and
I concluded
to try them.
"When I
had finished
cno box I
noticed an improvement -
. , , . provement in
„ „
A Serious Time. mycondition ,
nnd v/hon I hnd taken twelve boxes I TVOS
completely cured. 'Those pills have done
for you what wo could not do , ' said ono of
my physicians , 'they have saved your life. '
"That was two years ago and my heart
has not troubled mo since. I believe I owe
my lifo to Dr. Williams' Pink Pills forPale
People , and I take pleasure in telling others
about them. "
Among the many forms of neuralgia are
headache , nervousness , paralysis , apoplexy
and looomotor ataxia. Sqmeof thosewero'
considered Incurnble until Dr. Williams'
Pink Pills forPaloPeople wore formulated.
Today thousands testify to having been
cured of such diseases by those pill" .
Doctors frequently prescribe them and
all druggists sell them.
Conclusion Something a woman
can reach without using reason or
Try Allen's Foot-Ease.
A powder to be shaken Into the
shoes. At this season your feet feel
swollen , nervous and hot , and get tired
easily. If you have smarting feet or
tight shoes , try Allen's Foot-Ease. It
cools the feet and makes walking easy.
Cures swollen and sweating feet , blis
ters and callous spots. Relieves corns
and bunions of all pain and gives rest
and comfort. Try it today. Sold by
all druggists and shoe stores for 25c.
Trial package free. Address Allen S.
Olmsted. Le Roy , N. Y.
Miss Green "Lizy White say she
done win dat cake by havin' not more
dan one foot on de flo * all de time she
was walkin' . " Miss Brack "Huh !
Dey wasn't room for bof of dem. "
Indianapolis Journal.
SOAP , exquisitely scented , is soothing and
beneficial. Sold everywhere.
To marry for money , may turn out
to be like going to the hornet for
Waslihigton. I ) . C. , and Kotnrn.
On July Sd to 6th tickets will be sold
from all points to Washington , D. C. ,
and return via the Chesapeake and
Ohio Ry. at one fare , plus $2.00 , on
account of the meeting of the National
Educational Association. Tickets will
be good until July 15 returning , and
may be extended to August 31st. This
is the best opportunity you will have
to visit the famous Mountain and Sea
Shore resorts of the East , also Old
Point Comfort and Hampton Roads ,
the rendezvous of the North Atlantic
Squadron. _
. For particulars and sleeping car
reservations apply to U. L. Truitt ,
Northwest Passenger Agent , 234 Clark
street , Chicago , 111.
Don't hit a man wnen he's dow i
It's safer to throw rocks at him when
he is uo./a tree.
Educate 'our Uowels TTlth Cascarcts.
Candy Cathartic euro constipation forever ,
lOc , 2oo. II C. C. C. fail. drutfKists refund mnoy.
Hardtack is the fashionable : dainty
for the Nev York afternoon tea table
Just BOW. Like most other hobbiea of
the hour , its popularity is grounded
upon patrlottefli. If poBslbl" the reg
ulation government hardtack is used ,
the civilian and softer articles being
served only when the other is not to
be obtained. The fad ought to be en
couraged , for hardtack Is healthy.
Mrs. Nellie Grant Sartorls , who is
living at the Fifth Avenue hotel , in
New York , denies the story which has
been circulated in society that she is
to marry General Henry Kyd Doug
lass. Mrs. Grant and the general also
indignantly repudiate the rumor , Iht
latter chivalrously declaring that it is
"an outrage on Mrs. Sartoris. "
If kissing cured Indigestion every
body would have dyspepsia.
Uncle : "What In creation are you
jumping about that way for ? " Niece
( from Boston ) : "I'm a self-consti
tuted board of health engaged in
stamping out disease. " Uncle : "Eh ? "
Niece : "My foot's sleep. " New York
Sailors nnd Their Grievances.
The grievances of sailors examined
by the authorities In ports of entry
are often greatly exaggerated. Violence
lence is always objectionable , and
pointedly so , when exerted upon an
unfortunate liver , stomach or bof > v-
cls by dosing with purgatives which
weaken the intestines. Use Hpstet-
ter's Stomach Bitters.
If some men were to tell the truth
it would surprise his satanical ma
jesty more than it would shame him.
makes the skin soft , white and healthy.
Sold everywhere.
If some men were as big as tney
think they are their tailor bills v/oulcl
bankrupt them.
TTc Pay Expenses
and liberal commissions , refund tbo cash for
all goods notKivIngthoconsumersatlsfaction.
Long terras of credit. First-class hchemo
salesmen \vmted. No bond required. Sales
made from photofjriphs. We Ruarantee S50.00
pernionthonmaU orders. Address withstamp ,
Brenard MfcCo. . . low.i City , lewa.
Don't trouble about trouble that
doesn't trouble you.
Ueauty In Blood Deep.
Clean blood means .1 clean skin. No beauty
without it. ( josuuretb , Candy Cathartic
cleans your blood and keeps it clean , by etlr-
rlnj ; up the lazy liver nnn driving all Impu
rities , from the body. Bepiu todav to banish
pimples , boils , blotches , b ackheaus , nnd that
sickly bilious complexion by taking Casca-
rets beauty for ten cents. All druggists ,
satisfaction guaranteed. 10c.23o , 20c.
Don't condemn a thing until Its in-
afScacy has been proven.
I believe that Pisa's Cure Is the only med
icine that-will cure consumption. Anna M.
Ross , Williamsport. Pa. . Nov. 12 , W.
Indifference A man's regard for to
morrow's breakfast just after eating
today's dinner.
It is a great accomplishment to
know to make the best of life as it
He : "Ah , yes , I know I'm my own
worst enemy. " She : "Oh , you ego-
dst ! " Chicago Daily News.
And Hovz Mrs. Pinkham Eolpa
Overcome Them.
Mrs. MAEY BOLLINOKR , 11 01 Marianna
St. , Chicago , 111. , to Mrs. Pink-ham :
"I have been troubled for the past
two years with falling of the womb ,
leucorrhcea , pnins over my body , sick
headaches , backache , nervousness and
weakness. I tried doctors and various
remedies without relief. After taking
two bottles of your Vegetable Com
pound , the relief I obtained was truly
wonderful. I have now taken several
more bottles of your famous medicine ,
and can say that J am entirely cured. "
Mrs. HENRY DOKR , No. SOGFhidley St. ,
Cincinnati , Ohio , to Mrs. Pinkham :
"For a long time I suiiered with
chronic inflammation of the womb ,
pain in abdomen and bearing-down
feeling. Was very nervous at times , and
so weak I was hardly able to do any
thing. "Was subject to headaches , also
troubled with leucorrhcea. After doc
toring for many months with different
physicians , and getting no relief , I had
given up all hope of being well
again when I read of the great good
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com
pound was doing. 1 decided immedi
ately to give it a trial. The result was
simply past belief. After taking four
bottles of Vegetable Compound and
using three packages of Sanative Wash
I can say I feel like a new woman. I
deem it my duty to announce the fact
to my fellow sufferers that Lydia-
E. Pinkham's Vegetable remedies have
entirely cured me of all my pains and
suffering. I have her alone to thank
for my recovery , for which I am grate
ful. May heaven bless her for the
good work she is doing for our sex. "
Hr Kav'fi Renovator. Guaranteed
UIi \ v neiiuvatui
l\aj ; to cure dyspep
sia. constipation , liver and kidneydlseases.bil-
liousness , headache , etc. At druggists 2oc & $1.
Eye Water.
.W. N. U.OMAHA. NO. 26. 18QS
Answering advertisements Kiadly
Mention Thia Facer.
For a few months to all users of the
celebrated ELASTIC STARCH , ( Flat
Iron Brand ) . To induce ycu to try this KUS Kuus < a can srff 3 IBS
a eaa nsr BSST KX.
brand of starch , so that you may find out "
for yourself that all claims for its superi' cxc rotso cr TUB STARCH wiu oo
ority and economy are true , the makers OFAJCtTTHUSUROI
have had prepared , at great expense , a UC.KUBIHGER EROS'C ?
scries of three
exact reproductions of the 510,000 originals ty MuviHc , which will tc
given you ABSOLUTELY FREE by your grocer on conditions named below. These
Plaques arc 40 inches in circumference , arc free of any suggestion of advertising
whatever , and will ornament the most elegant apartment. No manufacturing concern
ever before gave away such valuable presents to its customers. They arc not for sale
at any price , and can be obtained only in the manner specified. The subjects are :
The birds are handsomely embossed and stand cut natural as life. Each Plaque Is
bordered with a band of gold.
Elastic Starch
has been the standard for 25 .
All purchasers of three ID-cent or six
5-cent packages of Elastic Starch ( Flat TWENTYxTWO MILLION pack'
Iron Brand ) , arc entitled to receive from ages of this brand were sold last
their grocer one of thof-e beautiful Gome
Plnqoca free. The plaques vrill not bo year. That's how good it is.
sent by maiL They can be obtained only
from your grocer. Ask Your Dealer
Every Grocer Keeps Elastic Starch. to show you the Plaques and tell
Do not delay. This offer is for a short you about Elastic Starch. Accept
time only.
no substitute.
It will not stick to the irons , will starch black , red or
other colored goods without the faintest trace of
white , and it makes shirt waists , dresses , skirts , and
shirts , collars and cuffs look like new. KEITH'S
ENAMEL STARCH contains no ingredients which can
injure the finest fabric. If it does not give you entire
satisfaction your grocer will refund your money.
. Large package , lOc ; small package , Cc. If j'our grocer
does not have it please send \is hs name and address
REQUIRES No GrowNa . and we will send you an ENAMEL STx\RCII RECEIPT -
. . tauairrrrxncna. CEIPT BOOK for your trouble. Manufactured by
We Cured Him After 17 Doctors and a Score cf Patent
Medicines Had Failed.
"Cincinnati , Iowa , April 26 , 1S9S. Honor to whom honor is due.
Without any solicitation on the part of the Dr. B. J. Kay Medical Co. or
any one else , I hereby certify that the Dr. Kay's Renovator and Kidney-
cura , prepared by the Dr. B. J. Kay Medical Co. , have done for me
what 17 doctors" and a score of patent medicines have failed to do.
I can't find words to tell the condition of my stomach , liver and kid
neys. Constipation , headache and pains in every joint in my body wa&
an"every day occurrence , and at times so severe that I could not walker
or hardly see. Among the multitude of medicines advertised in the
papers I read of Dr. B. JT. Kay's and sent for it , and I can't say enough in its praise.
If you have any of those old complicated ailments , do as I have done and you will thank me for this
advice and feel under everlasting obligations to the Dr. B. J. Kay Medical Co. I am fifty-two years old and
served under Sherman in the war ; since the war I have preached thirty years. I have no object in making
this statement only to benefit my friends and brethren among whom I have preached the gospel , and to help
them to have the Lest system renovator in the world introduced among the people. Your friend ,
Subscribed and svrorn to by Rev. J. A. Shep It cures when everything else fails. Sold by druggists at 23 cents
herd , before me this 30th day of April , 1893.
G. W. MCKEEHAX. and $1.00. If they don't have it don't take any substitute , but send
, . , Justice of the Peace In and for direct to us and we will send it by mail. Send for our illustrated
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: r county , Iowa. 114 page book. Dr. B. J. Kay Medical Co. , Omaha , Jfeb.