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Every housekeeper should know
that if they will buy Defiance Cold
Water Starch for laundry use the;
will save not only time, because it
never sticks to the iron, but because
each package contains 16 oz. one full
pound while all other Cold Water
Starches are put up in -pound pack
ages, and the price is the same. 10
cents. Then again because Defiance
Starch is free from all injurious chem
icals. If your grocer tries to sell you
a 12-oz. package it is because he has
a stock on hand which he wishes to
dispose of before he puts in Defiance.
He knows that Defiance Starch has
printed on every package in large let
ters and figures "10 ozs." Demand De
fiance and save much time and money
and the annoyance of the iron stick
ing. Defiance never sticks.
We have never yet seen a pretty
girl with a swell figure who didn't
try to find out if she was being rub
What's in McClure's.
The October McClure's is devoted pe
culiarly to American life and activities
Not a story in it. nor a speci.il article,
nut concerns tlie real and immediate
thing.s that move this country at large
"a.slor Charles Wagner, the Trench
clergyman-author of "The Simple Life."
writes of his visit at the White
2Iou.sc, and with simple directness tell
of the children and the household life
of the president as he saw them, lie
writes an interesting and important es
timate of President Roosevelt as a man.
"What Kansas lid to Standard Oil"
concludes Miss Tar'tell's story of the oil
war in Kansas, and tells excitingly of
how the Kansuns rushed in and won.
'I'loncer Transportation in America"
is the truthful lomaucc of trallic. an
itbsorhingly interesting story full of
curious information. In this first pa
per Chniles F. I.ummis, foremost au
thority on the subject, carries tratlic
through America's heroic at,re up to tin;
beginnings of the great days on the
Every time a man cheats the devil
he knows in his heart that sooner or
later the devil will get even.
Seid a Fftstal for
of your families by insisting on
Pure Food. When h
Baking Powder, it means a sarin?
of health and money if you use the
standard article of purity and effi
ciency the wonderful
An absolutely pure baking;
scientifically combined. 25
for 25 cents. Your grocer
your money it you are
isfied. Don t accept a
tute! They are impure and a men
ace to health.
"NEW RIVAL" BLACK POWDER SHELLS
The most successful hunters shoot Winchester
" New Rival " Factory Loaded Shotgun
Shells, blue in color, because they can kill
more game -with them. Try them and you
will find that they are sure fire, give good
pattern and penetration and are satisfactory
in every way. Order Factory Loaded " New
Rival" Shells. Don't accept any substitute.
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SAYS AMERICANS ARE LEARNING
HOW TO EAT.
In America, eating Is becoming
more of a fine art as well as a
pastime and accomplishment every
day. Americans are learning how to
eat. They have passed the stage of
civilization where anything and every
thing will go and are becoming par
Nothing but the white heart of the
wheat berry (Pillsbury's Vitos) is
NOW good enough for those who have
tried this cereal breakfast food. It is
the most economical and it is actually
the "Meat of the Wheat" Sterilized
nothing added nothing taken away;
pure white in color, it serves an ap
petizing breakfast dish, made in the
greatest mills, of the best wheat, and
by the oldest miller, PILLSBURY.
This is your guarantee.
Put up only in two pound, airtight
Look for the words, "Meat of the
A package will make you twelve
pounds of Substantial family food and
can be purchased at your grocers.
Price 15c. Rock Mountain territory
Ask him to-day.
He will gladly fill your order be
cause he knows he sells you satisfac
tion. Some people would worry them
selves to death if they didn't have
trouble to think about.
Important to Mothors.
Examine carefully every bottle of CASTORI V,
a safe and pure runedy for infants and children,
and tee thai it
la Uoo For Over SO Yearn.
Tlie Kind You Uave Always Bought.
Most people are satisfied with what
they have. It's what they haven't that
causes their dissatisfaction.
If you allow your wife to have the
last word the row will soon end.
Ask for K C,
Dainty, Crisp, Dressy
are a delight to the refined woman every
where. In order to get this result see that
the material is pood, that it is cot in the
latest fashion and use
in the lanndry. All three things are import
ant, but the last is absolutely necessary.
No matter how fine the material or how
daintily made, bad starch and poor laundry
work will spoil the effect and ruin the
clothes. DEFIANCE STARCH is pure,
will not rot the clothes nor cause them to
crack. It sells at 10c a sixteen ounce pack
age everywhere. Other starches, much in
ferior, sell at 10c for twelve ounce pack
age. Insist on getting DEFIANCE
STARCH and be sure of results.
Del lane SitaircEi
IS GUARANTEED TO CURE
GRIP, IAD COLD, HEADACHE AND IEUIAL6IA.
I won't sell AtUrlpIe to a dealer who won't Guarantee)
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N LONDON there
has just died a
man known to gen
u i n e philanthro
pists and those
people of reason
whose gospel is
the gospel of works
as "The Father of
dren." With the
passing of bis lamp
of life, the man
who as founder
and director of
tutions by which
nearly sixty thou
sand orpnan waits
have been rescued,
trained and ena
bled to give good
account of- them
selves in life, end
ed his stewardship
and entered into
trnl rest. Be
cause this man has
Kii7on; have been
raked out of the gutters and slums of
London, and many of the theories con
cerning original sin and total deprav
ity have been severely punctured. His
name Thomas John Barnardo is
graven upon the hearts of thousands,
uplifted because he lived and worked,
and the world has been bettered be
cause of him and his efforts.
Born in Ireland in 1845, Thomas
John Barnardo was of Spanish de
scent A Protestant and nonconform
ist, his education was obtained in pri
vate schools, and at an age when the
sons of well-to-do fathers begin to
form in their own minds ideas as to
their future, he decided to become a
missionary. It was his ultimate in
tention to spend his life in China,
and, desiring to equip himself the bet
ter for work abroad, he went to Lon
don, where he began the study of med
icine and upon the receipt of his de
gree continued his studies in the hos
pitals of London, Edinburgh and
Paris. It was during his student days
at the London hospital in Whitechapel
road that he determined upon his
career. How well he fulfilled his mis
sion is now written in the history of
the world's good deeds.
His first term in the London hospi
tal was in that gloomy, eventful and
ominous year 1866. a period of politi
cal agitation, commercial disturbance
it was in May that the stoppage of
the great discount establishment of
Overend & Gurney produced'such con
sternationand an outbreak of chol
era, due to impurities in the water
supply. Neither the political situation
nor the commercial depression en
grossed young Barnardo. He gave
evidence this early of the philanthrop
ic stuff within him. and although com
paratively inexperienced, volunteered
for the cholera service. He was glad
ly accepted, for volunteers were few.
Of his personal security he seemed
never to think and made a house to
house visitation of the East End poor,
others refusing the service on the
ground that it would be going into the
jaws of death.
When the scourge was over Dr. Bar
nardo went back to the hospital and
dissecting room. His work in the
poor quarters had given him a new
view of life, however, and he made
up his mind that it was his duty to
contribute something toward helping
those who appeared unable to help
themselves. As a beginning he estab
lished a Ragged School in the very
center 6f squalid Stepney, to which
he devoted two nights each week and
all of Sunday. Of this work he said
some time before his death:
"I was a young medical student
when my attention was directed by
the condition of a single little street
arab, of whom I had then no knowl
edge, to the necessities of the desti
tute waifs and strays of London. Mv
acquaintance wun mat boy about
forty years ago led to a careful inves
tigation of the great East Erfd prob
lem. I began in a small way, knowing
nobody, to do my work; had one poor
little chap in my own lodging for two
or three weeks, then two or three
more, and then as I picked up more
children I put them in lodgings. I
had at one time as many as fifty chil
dren, lodging them all about me, send
ing them to the common day school
during the day and providing for their
wants through help from friends ard
some of my fellow students, and. of
course, what I could spare myself.
"The first regular home came in
1S6S. It was a small and very poor
affair; such a ramshackle, broken
down place. We whitewashed the
walls and scrubbed the floors our
selves. I sent my first little boy to
Canada in 1S67, so as far back as "that
year I began Canadian emigration and
continued to send occasional parties
until 1SS2, when I started organized
Recovering Lost Treasure.
It was but a few years ago that a
ship with $250,000 in gold was sunk
not far from Shanghai and that divers
were sent to the spot to recover the
treasure. The ship lay at the depth
of 160 feet, making it a work of ex
treme difficulty and hazard, but day
aner uaj uie uiei lauweu, laning
up box after box through which the
seaworms had already bored their tiny
holes, until four-fifths of the gold was
recovered. Then, one day, a fleet of
pirate junks bore down upon them and
it was only by the exertion of the
most tremendous efforts that the par-
ty escaped with what they had al-
reaay recoereu. auu dncinuru mej j
returned and completed the job and
took out the very last box of gold!
Truly, the age of romance is still with
us. Technical World.
Fasting to Reduce Weight.
Alderman Moritz C. "Wuerz of Kan
sas City started on a three weeks'
fast with the vfew of reducing Ms
weight. Before beginning his ordeal
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emigration on a large scale. Close
upon 60,000 children have been res
cued) from the streets. These have
been educated and trained and placed
out in life. Everybody knows the char
acteristic features that make our
work unique. Most orphanages and
institutions have certain rules for the
admission of candidates. Ours is only
that a child must be destitute. We
search for them; we don't wait foi
them to come to us. We have a
varying number of expert men and
women always at work searching the
common lodging houses, the streets
and lanes of squalid parts of the great
cities of England, and in most of the
towns we have places where the
doors are always open, our idea being
that in every great center of popula
tion there should be a door open at
which the feeblest little knock or cry
of a waif can be heard. None ever re
fused if destitute; it does not matter
what creed, sex, age, country, lan
guage or what physical condition.
They come to me deaf, dumb, blind,
crippled, maimed for life, with their
features horribly distorted, at times
often with the hand of death upon
them, so that I know they can be
with us but a short time. Our doors
are never closed against any little
"The question of money never en
ters, I mean to say that we accept a
child whether there is any money at
hand or not. I receive children when
I have not a penny at hand. Funds or
no funds, about eight cases are admit
ted every twenty-four hours, and I al-waj-s
have about 5,000 children under
my care. And my boys and girls have
done well in the world, too. Some of
my girls have married persons of very
superior ranks of life. I have boys
who are clergymen, nonconformist
unuisiers, lawyers, uoctors. une nas
reached parliament. The rank and
file of my boys are mechanics and I
laborers. Of carpenters, blacksmiths, I
printers, matmakers, tinsmiths and
other trades I have an immense num
ber. And would you believe it, less
than 3 per cent of all the boys and
girls of mine have gone to the bad?"
A Christian whose Christianity was
not of the ready made sort was Dr.
Barnardo. He called himself "An
humble servant of the Lord," and he
practiced all his preaching.
The great work of Dr. Barnardo,
now known wherever men of benevo
lence and charity aid their fellows, did
not develop without trials and tribu
lations. A Protestant Irishman, a
nonconformist, he was at the first de
nounced by the Church of Rome and
the Church of England. He appeared
many times as a defendant in the
courts and so-called Christian socie
ties fought him until finally he was
obliged to enter a suit for libel in or
der to vindicate himself and keep his
work from failure. This cost him
$40,000 and much anguish of spirit,
but it won the day, for it brought to
his assistance a late chief justice of
England, who helped him with money
and influence. Now that he is gone.
Catholics. Protestants, men and wom
en of all sects, are offering tributes to
his memory, and Queen Alexandra
herself, a patron of his society, is
evincing a deep personal interest in
To-day in Canada and the United
States there are twenty thousand men
and women, industrious, law-abiding.
God-fearing. They are graduates of
the schools which Dr. Barnardo found
ed and watched over with unceasing
vigil, patient care and undiminishing
sympathy. And they know, better
than others can, that the world is
poorer because out of it has been tak
en "the father of nobody's children."
Henry Barrett Chamberlin in Chi
Pearl Fishing in the United States.
Pearl fishing in the United States
has been carried on In many states,
including Kentucky, Tennessee, Tex
as. Wisconsin, Illinois, Arkansas, Mis
souri. Georgia and Kansas. One pearl
from a freshwater mussel was sold
for $1,500, while a round pink pearl
irum rennessee brought $650. One
of the finest pearls ever collected in
the United States was the "Queen "
It had a beautiful luster and weighed
ninety-three grains. It was found
near Paterson, N. J., in 1857, and was
sold to the Empress Eugenie for $2 -
500. To-day it is probably worth $10-
000. Randolph I. Geare, in the Sci"
American Women in London Society.
American women are much to the
fore just now in the social life of Lon
don. Mrs. Mackay, who has come to
be known as "the silver queen," is
among the best-known and most pop
ular hostesses: Mrs. Chauncev is
young, rich aad beautiful; Mrs. Adair
is coming in for a good deal of atten
tion and Lady Naylor-Leland 1ms hppn
euienaimng .ngusn and foreign roy-
!- n . .
aity at Hyde Park house. "
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Tiny Elephant is Dined.
"Jumbo Junior," a tiny elephant
that is now the pet of London, was
dined" by "some fair Americans" at
a restaurant and afterwords "enter
tained the company with favorite airs
on the mouth organ."
Lewis' "Single Binder" straight 5c dear.
Price to dealers $36.00 per M. They cost
some more than other brands, but no more
than a good 5c cigar should cost. Lewis'
Factory, Peoria, 111.
There are eight men in the vicinity
of Solomon who are named Mike
Sullivan. To distinguish them they
are known as Mike Pete, Mike Bat,
Smoky Bat, Prairie Mike, Mike Dan,
Corner, Mike,-Wild Mike, Big Mike,
Little Mike. Kansas City Journal.
FARMS FOR RENT OR SALE OX CROP
payments. J. MULHALL. Sioux City, la.
Industries of Milan.
The province of Milan is one of the
important industrial centers of Italy.
It contains 300 silk mills, giving em
ployment to 40.000 workmen: 200
cotton mills, with 25.000 workmen,
and twenty woolen mills, with 3,000
Ask Your Dealer for Allen's Foot-Etse
A powder. It rest: the feet. Cures Swollen,
Sore, Hot, Callous. Aching, Sweating Feel
and Ingrowing Nails. At all Druggists ntul
Shoe stores. 5 cents. Accept no substitute.
S-imple mailed FREE. Address, Alleu 3
Olmsted, LeKoy, N. Y.
To Keep Hands in Condition.
Rub the hands with dry salt after
having had them in water for a length
ot time; afterward rinse them and
wipe dry. If this- is done daily after
the housework is finished it wiil keep
the hands smooth, clean and white.
Insist on Getting It.
Some grocers say they don't keep
Defiance Starch. This is because they
have a stock on hand of other brands
containing only 12 oz. in a package,
which they won't be able to sell first,
because Defiance contains 16 oz. for
the same money.
Do you want 16 oz. instead of 12 oz.
for same money? Then buy Defiance
Starch. Requires no cooking.
The real Nemesis calls itself by the
iame of "What-I-Might-Have-Done."
Why It Is the Best
is because made by an entirely differ
ent process. Defiance Starch is un
like any other, better and one-third
more for 10 cents
Don't be ashamed if you are poor
Poverty Is no disgrace.
should be in every household, none so
good, besides 4 oz. more for 10 cents
than any other brand of cold water
Don't be selfish. Don't live for your
THE BEST COUGH CURE
When offered something else
stoo and consider: "Am I
to get something as good as this
best cough cure ?
If not swe, what good reason
is there for for taking chances in a
matter that may have a direct
bearing on my own or my family's
Sold by all dealers at 25c. and 50c.
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tlUjUUU ditpron this statement.
W. L.Doazla $3.50 shoes have by their ex-
teNeat style, easy fitting, and Mreriorwearing-
ytaUUet, achieved the largest tale of any $3.50
hoe M the world. They are last as good es
thoae that coat yon $5.00 to $7.00 the onlv
inference la the price. If I could take ou into
my factory at Brockton, Mass., the largest fn
the world uader one roof making men's fire
thoes, and show you the care with which evrrr
pair of Douglas shoes U made, ou woo Id realize
why W. L. Dou7las $3.50 shoes are the best
(hoes produce J in the world.
If I could show you the difference between the
noes ssaae in my factory and those of other
makes. VOU would understand shv fViuolac I
$3.50 shoes cost more to make, w hy they hoM
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xithout his name and price stamped on bottom.
WANTED. A shoe dealer in everv town whre
IV. L. Douglas Shoes are not sold. "Full line of
samples sent free for inspection upon terjuest.
Fast Color Eyelets used; they will not uxor brassy.
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SaBkJiM 111 July. 1878.
W.I.DOVQLAM MAKES AMO WELL
Their Hard Struggle Made Easier Interesting State
ments by a Young Lady in Boston
and One in Nashville, Tenn.
All women work; some , in their
homes, some in church, and some in
the whirl of society. And in stores,
mills and shops tens of thousands are
on the never-ceasing treadmill, earning
their daily bread.
All are subject to the same physical
laws; all suffer alike from the same
phj-sical disturbance, and the nature of
their duties, in many cases, quickly
drifts them into the horrors of all
kinds of female complaints, ovarian
troubles, ulceration, falling- and dis
placements of the womb, leucorrhoja,
or perhaps irregularity or suppression
of "monthly periods,'' causing- back
ache, nervousness, irritability and
Women who stand on their feet all
dav are more susceptible to these
troubles than others.
They especially require an invigorat
ing, sustaining medicine which will
strengthen the female organism and
enable them to bear easily the fatigues
of the day. to sleep well at night, and
to rise refreshed and cheerful.
now distressinir to see a woman
struggling to earn a livelihood or per
form her household duties when her
back and head are aching, she is so
tired she can hardly drag about or
stand up. and every movement causes
pain, the origin of which is due to
some derangement of the female or
ganise. Miss F. Orser of 14 Warrenton Street,
KMOaaft Vetttabk Cnvsisi SkccsJs Watre ftten HSu
YOV NEED SUCH A TONIC
Until Mull's Grape Tonic Was Brought
to America, the Following
READ THESE STATISTICS
90.000 people die vearly from the results
of Constipation ami Stomach Troubles and
their attending ills. Nine in every ten
I have it. Many Uon t know it, and a pood
many who do know it neglect it until it
is too late. Some get so bad they think
it is incurable, and then they,resort to the
physic or pill habit, where the real trouble
begins. You and I know that Pills and
Phjsic make us worse, we become a slave
to them, and finally they lose their power
and paralysis of the intestines occurs, and
then slow death.
Now Constipation and Stomach Trouble
ae lust as curable as any other disease;
we nav proved this fully by curing over
10,000 the last two years. Many of these
were the most chronic, serious, compli
cated kind in which all other remedies and
doctors had failed and hope diapaired of.
but our treatment cured them quickly and
to stay cured.
Mr. Thompson, of Piiiria, who had suf
fered all his life and had given up hoje.
was cured by 24 bottles. Dr. Dill, of St.
Louis, whose health had been broken
down, claims that several bottles cured
him, that it is a splendid medicine for
Stomach and Bowels, and the best general
tonic be ever saw. Dr. iledrick. of Kansas
City, who had constiation so badly that
he verged upon nervous collapse, says to
his great surprise after trying everything
else was cured by Mull's Grape Tonic, he
says it is the best thing for Stomach and
Bowels and kindred ills, that has come to
his attention in his professional career.
Mrs. Alcoba, of Chicago, who was a con
firmed invalid for years, after taking a
thorough course of Mull's Grape Tonic
says she was able to leave her bed after
the third bottle, and is now enjoying good
health. She had tried everything that
came to her notice. Mr. Crow, of St.
Lou s, had dyspepsia, liver and bowel trou
ble for 85 years, which he contracted dur
ing the Civil War. He said he never could
get anything that even afforded him relief,
but that a short treatment of Mull's Grape
Tonic completely cured him. He recom
mended it to old" soldiers so many of whom
suffer with the same complaint. Mr.
McCurdy, of Troy, Ohio, was one of the
greatest sufferers that ever came to our
attention. There apparently wasn't an
organ of his body free from disease: Liver
Trouble, Stomach and Kidney Trouble,
terrible piles that kept him in agony.
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cessiui. xnorottcaiycieaases, kiiis diseasozenns,
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TOILET AND WOMEN'S SPECIAL USES
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suffering ; she writes:
Dear Mrs. Pinkham:
"I suffered miserv for neveral years with
irrezular menstruation. My back ached; C
ha-l bearing down pains, and frequent head
a'jhes; I couH not sloop and could hardly
nr nroumL I consulted two phrsician
without-relief, and as a last resort, I trii
Lydia E. Pinkham s Vegetable iJompouni, ana
to my surprise, every ache and pain left me.
I gained ten pounds and am in perfect health.1
Miss Pearl Ackers of 327 North Snm
mer Street, Nashville, Tenn., writes:
Dear Mrs. Pinkham:
" I suffered with jwinful periods, revere
Kickache, hearing-down ins, pains arrow
the abdomen; waa very nervous and irrita
ble, and my trouble fcnsw worse every month.
" My physician failed to help me and I
decided to try Lydia E. Pinkham s Vegetable
ComnountL I soon found it was doin? m
jjooll All my pains and aclirts disappeared,
and I no longer fear my monthly periods."
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com
pound is the unfailing cure for all these
troubles. It strengthens the proper
muscles, and displacement with all its
horrors will no more crush you.
Backache, dizziness, fainting, bear
ing down pains, disordered stomach,
moodiness, dislike of friends and society
all symptoms of the one cause will
be quickly dispelled, and it will make
yon strong and well.
Yon can tell the story of your suf
ferings to a woman, and receive help-'
ful advice free of cost. Address Mrs.
Pinkham, Lynn. Mass. .,
WE CAN VERIFY TIEM:
Bowels would not act for days, heart action
bid, emaciated, run down and completely
discouraged. He resorted to every known
means, doctors, remedies, baths, etc., all to
no avail. He says: "Soon after I started
Mull's Grape Tonic mv bowels began to act
regularly, the pain left me, and my general
health built up rapidly. 1 heartily recom
mend it as an absolute cure to which I am
a living witness."
These are only a few of the very worst
eases of the thousands cured by Mull's
We can cure you, no matter how bad off
nd to prove it we will send you without
cost a bottle of Mull's Grape Tonic and in
structions how to use it. The digestive
organs are strangely subject to the cura
tive power ot Mull's drape Tonic.
Thers is no scheme about this, but
fair, square chance for you to test this
Rrand treatment for yourself, in your own
ome without cost.
If you have Rheumatism, Stomach,
Bowel, Kidney, Lung and Heart Trouble,
Indigestion, Dyspepsia, cold, fever, diar
rlMBa, loss of sleep and strength, run down.
Piles, appendicitis, fistula, bad blood, diz
ziness, bad complexion, etc., remember
they arc the result of Constipation and
Midi's Grape Tonic will cure you. It is
splendid Tunic just as Dr. Dill states.
Everybody should use it. Typhoid fever
and apjtondicitis are unknown in familiea
where Mull's Graps Tonic is used. You
need such a Tonic, begin to-day.
Don't wait but send now for this fres
offer and get well. Good for ailing chil
dren and nursing mothers.
Send tta! coupon with your name anit
address and your clrucuist'-. name, for a
free bottle of Mull's Crape Tonic. Suunacn
Tonic and Constipation Cure.
Mull's Grape Tonic Co.. 148 Third Ave..
Rock Island. III.
Give Full AMrtt ami Writ Plainly.
The tl.00 bottle contains nearly three
times the SOc size. At drug stores.
The genuine has a date and number
stamped on the label take no other from
"Fsllow the flat"
To many points in Illinois, Indiana.
Ohio. Kentucky. Western .Pennsylvan
ia, New York and West Virginia, at
GItKATI.Y ItKMUCKD RATKS.
The WABASH has solid road-bed,
rock ballast, ant. new equipment. Re
clining o air cars iSi;ATS FREE.)
For raW-. rca" and nil information
call at Wabash City O.'iiee. 1601 Far
nam St. or ;nW--s
II tKIIV K. MOOIIES,
G. A. P. D.. all. R. It , Omaha, Neb.
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