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FAKM AND HOUSEHOLD.
Hint That "Will be Found Useful to the
Farmer and His Family.
If seed corn is taken from any place
except as hung up in braids on the raft
ers of a warm room, it will need to be
tested before planting.
Stable manure, should always heat
somewhere before being drawn on the
land, to destroy weed-seed and to place
the elements of plant food in more
m There is no danger of an overproduc
tion of the best quality of goods. It is
tnepoor goods that do not sell at home
or abroad. What is desired is fine beef,
fine butter, fine cheese, etc., which are
The existence of pleuro-pneumonia in
Missouri is causing alarm all over the
State. The Governor has been request
to convene the Legislature for the pur
pose of adopting measures for prevent
ing its spread.
The milk crop in England is now 30,
000,000, or about 150,000,000. This is
more than the value of the wheat crop,
and the disproportion increases yearlv,
as the tendency is to stock feeding rath
er than to grain growing.
Certain Wisconsin farmers in a recent
meeting dared to resolve that the land
granted the State by the general govern
ment for the establishment and mainte
nance of the agricultural college ought
by right to be used for that purpose.
Who has not observed that the
fioil is always loose and
moist beneath a stone heap? The
American Cultivator tells of some pear
trees that were mulched with stones, and
Which made three times the growth of
any others, though all did well.
m Henry Stewart, who is good authority,
insists that sheep do best upon soils de
rived from limestone and flint rocks.
There are ome facts which seem to be
against this theory. It is one well wor
thy of investigation.
Quarantine in Kansas, New Mexico
and Colorado appears to have effectually
stopped the march of Texas cattle north
ward, and cattle from the Eastern States
must be accompanied by certified bills of
health from the State Veterinarian from
whence the cattle are shipped.
For early cabbages the concentrated
forms of manure are especially valuable.
Care must be , taken to purchase good
.seed. That grown from the stumps of
roots which never headed will produce
fewer good heads under the same con
ditions than Beed taken from cabbages
where the root and head are both plant
ed. Chicken Fat for Cake. The fat of
chickens is said by cakemaker of great
experience to be superior to the finest
butter for making the most delicate cake
If the fat of boiled chicken is tobe used,
cook them without salt, and there will
not be tho slightest flavor of fowl.
Butter should always be churned
several degrees colder in summer than in
winter. The reason is that the caseinous
matter of milk more readily attaches
itself to the butter globules in summer
than in winter, and that this adhesion
can best be prevented by a cooler tem
perature of the cream when churning is
Excessive acidity in cream before
churning causes a partial separation of
the butter fats, and the acid also de
velops glycerine from one of the oils
composing these fats. Souring cream
does" not add to the quality of butter; it
simply creates a stronger flavor, in con
trast to the delicate flavor of unsoured
cream, which is the true flavor of aroma.
Mr. W. W. Heywood writes to the
Rural World that he ha3 a good word to
speak for corn fodder: "I saved 376
shocks, 10 by 10 hills," he says, "and
have realized 50 for it, while the stock
relished it. I take a shock down, husk
the corn off, and tie the fodder in two
bundles with tarred rope, making it
very convenient to handle."
At a recent sale of Holstein cattle at
Troy, O., thirteen cows averaged 350.54,
twenty 2-year-olds averaged 29-1.50, fif
teen 1-year-olds averaged 224.50, four 2-year-ofd
bulls averaged 322 25, five 1-year-old
bulls averaged 233, and thir
teen spring calves averaged 167 69. The
average for the seventy was 266 54.
Three heifers were sold privately for
The varieties of cane best adapted to
the production of sugar are: Early
Amber, Liberian, Early Orange and
Link's Hybrid. Seed should be planted
as early as possible, so as to get a good
start before there is any danger of a
drouth, and in order that the plants may
be brought to maturity during the long
days of summer. It is sunshine that
jnakes the sugar.
Orange Salad. This is a delicious
alad and easily made. Peel two or
three Bweet, juicy oranges and cut up the
quarters in nice mouthfuls, removing all
seeds. Serve with half a dozen bits of
orange in a nest of three or four leaves
of lettuce, and pour Mayonnaise sauce
over each nest. A similar sauce of ap-
pies can be made when the apples are
very ripe, juicy and sour.
Natural vegetable acids do not harm
milk but the artificial acid of ferment
ing food introduces an element into the
consumption that it is not possible for
nature to neutralize, and hence affects
the milk. The amount of ferment may
"be small and do little injury, but if car
ried beyond a certain, point will have a
deleterious effect, which experiment,
time and again, has demonstrated.
A joint meeting of the committee of
the Holstein and Dutch Friesan Associ
ations was recently J held at Genesee, N.
T., with a view to the union of the two
associations and their incorporation as
the Holstein-Friesan Association of
America. A series ot resolutions were
adopted appointing committees and fix
ing the basis on which the union is to
be made, and .the meeting adjourned
until May 26.
Salad Dressing. Beat one raw egg in
an earthen cake dish until it is smooth,
then add olive oil, a very little at a time,
carefully stirring it into the egg with the
'right hand as you drop it in with the
left. When the egg and oil make a thick
mixture pour a little vinegar over it,
then stir in more oil, and so on in this
way until you have the desired quantity
of dressing; season with lemon juice, pep
per, mustard, pickles or onions chipped
very fine, or with celery, water cress,
parsley, capars. olives, or with any flavor
you choose. Hard boiled eggs may be
A Spring Soup. Wash,drain and chop
fine a quart of sorrel (rejecting any thick
stalks), a dozen sprigs of chervil and a
small head of lettuce. Put two ounces
of butter into a stew-pan and set it on a
good fire. When melted add the sorrel,
chervil and lettuce,and stir until cooked;
then add two quarts of broth and sim
mer gently for half an hour. Beat up
the yolks of three eggs with one table
spoonful of water, and mix with the
SDup just as it is taken from the fire.
Have some croutons in the soup tureen;
pour the soup on them and serve.
Good Cake. One cup of milk, one
cup of butter, two cups of sugar, three
cups of flour, one heaping teaspoonful of
baking powder and the whites of five
eggs. Bake in good oven. Cover with
frosting made with the whites of two
eggs, the same quantity of cold water
aid enough of the finest powdered con
fectioners' sugar, mixed together, to
make the frosting of the proper consis
tency to spread on the cake. Any fla
voring may be used. This frosting is
One of the uncrowned cattle potentates
of Texas died on Tuesday. When ten
years old he ran away from New York,
reaching the South as a stowaway. At
his demise his wealth was 7,000,000; it
was twenty miles from his front gate to
his house, and a single panel of the
fence of his back yard was 105 miles in
Baked Plaice. Having the bones re
moved from two plaice, fry the fish a
light brown, spread force-meat over one
side of each fillet, roll up and fa6ten
with skewers; cover with beaten egps,
then with bread-crumbs; put the fish in
a baking-dish, covr closely, and set in
a close oven; mix the rest of the beaten
egg with a pint of gravy and some
chopped parsley; add this to the fish,
bake for half an hour.
Sheep's Tongues. Boil six sheep's
tongues until quite tender; take off the
skin, cut them in half, put into a stew
pan with a little gravy, parsley, a minced
eschalot, some butter, pepper' and salt;
stew for half an hour. Serve on a hot
dish, with the gravy poured over.
Kiiubabb Pudding. Prepare th e
stalks as for pies; cover the bottom of a
buttered pudding-dish with slices of
bread and butter; cover with the rhu
barb cut in short pieces, sprinkle abun
dantly with sugar; then put on another
layer of bread and butter and rhubarb
until the dish is full. Have plenty of
sugar on the top. Cover so as'to steam
while baking half an hour. Remove the
cover and brown nicely. Eat with any
MARRIED HIS OWN DAUGHTER.
The Unnatural Marriage Was the Result of
a Wife's Misdoings.
A few miles from Schenectady,
in Schoharie county, resides a married
couple, the husband being considerably
older than his wife. They had lived
happily together for more than two
years, and have had one child a little
girl. Eighteen years ago a youth of 17,
the son of a wealthy farmer, living near
the boundary line of Schoharie county,
made a runaway marriage with
the '15-year-old daughter of a
neighbor. They settled in Esper
ance, Iowa, where they resided for
several years. A daughter was born to
them in the first year of their marriage.
While the child was an infant the
mother eloped with a ''drummer," tak
ing the child with her, and went, the
husband knew not where, but as re
cent developments show, to Chicago,
where she has since resided. When the
daughter became 14 years old she
ran away. She met a man who paid
much attention to her. The acquaintance
ripened into love, and when the girl ar
rived at the age of 17 they were mar
ried. Soon after their marriage the
couple came to Schoharie county, the
former home of the bridegroom, and
settled, and have since lived happily.
In some way the girl's mother learned
of the marriage of her runaway daughter
and came to Schoharie county, not
knowing the name of her daughter's
husband. The mother's paramour had
died, leaving her without provision, and
she resolved to seek her daughter "and
make her home with her. When she
unexpectedly appeared upon the scene
and found her husband and daughter
living together a3 husband and wife and
the happy parents af a child, she real
ized that all the wrong originated with
her own misdoings and she withdrew
from the scene, and last Saturday morn-
me came to Schenectady and took a-
train for the West. The story as re
lated is as told by the unhappy wife and
Chas. E. Warner, Post 385 of Sedg
wick City, had a flag presentation a few
Blowing Up fiol Oste
has been a laboriouo acd ccetly work,
but the end iuctifisa tho effort. Obstruc
tion in any important; channel means
disaster. Obstructions in the organs of
the human body bring inevitable disease.
They must be cleared away or physical
wreck will follow. Keep the liver in or
der and the pure blood courses through
the body, conveying health, strength
and life; let it become disordered and
the channels are clogged with impurities,
whinh result in disease and death. No
other medicine equalsDr. Pierce's "Gold
en Medical Discovery" for acting upon
the liver and purifying the blood.
Why is a hog the brainiest animal?
Because it has a hogshead of brain.
If you are tired taking the large, old
fashioned griping pills, and are satisfied
that purging yourself until you ere 7eak
and sick is not good common cenco, then
try Carter's Little Liver Pills and lecxn
how easy it is to be free from Billiousnecs,
Headache, Constipation and Liver
troubles. These little pills are smaller.
easier to take and give quicker rolief
than any pill in use. Forty in a vitJ.
One a dose. Price 25 cents.
Why is a horse like an onion? Be
cause it does not know its own strength.
Insurance is a good thing, whether ap
plied to life or property. No less a bless
ing is anything that insures good health.
Kidney-Wort does this. It is natures
great remedy. It is a mild but efficient
cathartic, and acting at the same time on
the Liver, Kidneys and Bowels, it re
lieves all these organs and enables them
to perform their functions perJeo. It
has wonderful power. See edvt.
England and Russia try hard enough
to bpva circus around Akrabat
Mistress, catching the maid asleep on
the drawing-room sofa: "Why, Mary,
The Maid: "So am I, ma'm. I firmly
believed you were out."
"The Proper Study of Mankind ts Man,"
'says the illustrious Pope. If he had in
cluded woman in the list he would have
been nearer the truth, if not so poetical.
Dr. R. V. Pierce has made them both a
life study, especially woman, and the pe
culiar derangements to which her deli
cate system is liable. Many women in
the land who are acquainted with
iDr. Pierce only through his
"Favorite Prescription," bless him
'with all their hearts, for he
has brought them the panacea for all
those chronic ailments peculiar to their
sex; such as leucorrhcea, prolapsus, and
other displacements, ulceration, "inter
nal fever," bloating, tendency to internal
cancer, and other ailments. Price re
duced to one dollar. By druggists.
Sunday School Teacher: "What is
the meaning of the words 'Ouench not
the spurt?' "
B right Boy: "Jfapa says it means don't
put in any water."
A Century of progress has not produce
a remedy canal'to Ely's Cream Balm fci
Catarrh, Cold in the Head, and Hay Fevei.
It is not a liquid or a snuff, but is perfectly
safe and easily applied with th9 finger, it
gives immediate relief and cures the worst
cases. Price 50 cents. At druggists. 60
cents by mail. Ely Bros., Oswego, N. S".
Doctor: "For dinner take forty-five
Timid Patient: "Would it be danger
ous to add a piece of meat and some veg
etables?" A cold of unusual severity which I took
last autumn developed into a difficulty de
cidedly catarrhal in all its characteristics,
threatening a return or my old chronic
malady, catarrh. One "bottle of Ely's Cream
Balm completely eradicated every symptom
of that painful and prevailing disorder. E.
W. Warner, 165 Hudson street. Rochester.
He: "Please give me your ring; like
my love it has no end."
She: "Please let me keep it, as like
my love for j ou it has no beginning."
We guarantee the speedy, painless and
permanent cure without knife, caustic or
salve, of the largest pile tumors. Pam
phlet and references sent for two letter
stamps. World's Dispensary Medical
Association, 663 Main street, Buffalo,
Milliner: "Softs tints are mostly used
in contrast with green."
Girl of the Period: "Gracious! isn't
green a soft tint?"
figYou will be happy. Make your
old ihuigb look like new Dy using the
Diamond Dves. and vou will be hannv.
Any of the fashionable colors for 10c at
the druggists Wells, Richardson & Co.,
"Papa, why do the little pies get so
"Because we want them to make hogs
Throat Diseases commence with a
Cough, Cold or Sore Throat. "Brown's
Bronchial Troches'" give immediate relief.
Sold only in boxes. Price 25 cents.
Mistress: "Maggie, I don't like to see
all the dust on the furniture."
Maid: "Excuse me, I'll shut the
Ely Bros., Oswego, N. Y.: Please send
me two bottles of Cream Balm. I can't do
without it. It is the best medicine in the
world for catarrh. J. C. Edmonson, Coup
"Boston has a clergyman for every five
or six bar-rooms." It is now proposed
to have a cleigyman for every gin-mill.
Bough on Itch."
"Rough on Itch" cures humors, errr
tions, ringworms, tetter, salt rheum, frosts
The corporations of London have
voted to remove the dilapidated statue
of Queen Anne. Isn't it a genuine Anne
tique? Kongo, on Piles."
Cures Piles or Hemorrhoids, itching, pro
truding, bleeding, internal or other. Inter
nal and external remedy in each package.
Sure ctp 50o. Druggists.
Why are the. wheat gamblers like a
potato? Because they do not know how
soon they may get into hot water.
Ladles who would retain freshness arid
vivacity, don't fail to try "Well's Health
Edict of the Health Board: "In our
day and Jenneration all Bostonians
should be vaccinated."
"When Baby was sick, ire gsre her Castor!,
"When she was a Child, she cried for Castor!,
When she became Miss, she clang to Castor!,
"When she had Children, she gare them Castoxi,
Why is buttermilk like something that
has never happened? Because it hasn't
Free from Opiates, Emetics and Poisons.
A PROMPT, SAFE, SURE CURE
For Ceacks, gore Throat, lloaraeaeas, Ialaeasa,
CaldcBraackitU, Jroap, Wkooalaa: Com
Asthma, Qalaay, Paine la Cket, ad other
affectiont of the Threat and Laa,
Price cents a bottle. Sold bvDrnszlrts and Deal
er5v5ir?jP waMe to induce th eir dealer to promptly
get it for them tcflJ receive two bottleExprea charge
paid, by Mending one dollar to
THX CHARLES A. TOCIXKR C0W15T.
BGleOffn -land MnuJctnrer.
TRAD eco7 MARK.
H. H. "WAEKEE & CO., Rochester, F.Y.
NOTHING LIKE IT.
H. H. WARNER & CO., Rochester, N. Y.
Rev. FRANCIS GILLIAT, Arlington, Vt., rec
ommends Warner's Tippecanoe, The Best, for
slch headache caused by otomach disorders.
$LOO -A. BOTTLE.
H. H. WARNER & CO., Rochester, N. Y.
Mes. SPENCER McOLELLAN, Gowen, Mich.,
warmly recommends Warner's Iippecanoe, The
Xeedtnt renewed strength, or who naffer from
Infirmities peculiar to their sex, should try
This medicine Combines Iron with pure vegetable
tonics, and is invaluable for Diseases peculiar to
Women, and all who lead sedentary lives. ItEn
Tiches and Purifies the Blood, Stimulates
the Appetite, strengthens the Muscles and
Nerves in fact, thorough Invigorates.
Clears the complexion, andmakes the skin smooth.
It does not blacken the teeth, cause headache, or
produce constipation all other Iron medicines do.
Mrs. Ft.tzabeth Baied, 74 Farwell Ave., Milwau
kee, "Wis , says, under date of Dec. 26th. 1884:
"I have used Brown's Iron Bitters, and it has been
more than a doctor to me. having cored me of the
weakness ladies have in life. Also cured me of Liv
er Complaint, and now my complexion is clear and
good. Has been beneficial to my children."
Genuine has above trade mark and crossed red lines
on wrapper. Take no other. Made only by
BROUN CHEMICAL CO..KAIHMOKE, MB.
Ladies' Hand Book useful and attractive, con
taining list of prizes for recipes information about
coins, etc., given away by all dealers in medicme, or
mailed to Any address on receipt of 2c staxnD.
Bitters conquers and
jn, a tendency to
kidney and bladder
ailments, and rheu
matism, and is of
the greatest value in
cases ot bodily trou
ble arising from
veaknes Old po
ple a e greatly aided
by it, and it ! high
ly serviceable to con
valescents aud la-
flirg in delicate'
health. It is. more
over, a useiul medi
cine to take with one
on long journeys,
and counteracts the
effect of mental exhaustion. For sale by all drug
gists and dealers generally.
I41E955 iozooaya. No pay till Care.
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Bro. Jonathan's Jokes
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Everything fully warranted. Be-
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o!is2!e Prices. . ii.SP Euiiili
All Sorts of
hurts and many sorts of ails of
man and beast need a cooling
lotion. Mustang Liniment
TAKE NO OTHJEK ;
cuius tor .H1T.1UUH.I
TONE UP THE SYS1
vaar oonal to HOPS and .
onlv GENUINE are manufactured br the HOI
AND STAT.T BITXEBS CO. of U teaitXiaa.
Drills the well and pumps out the
cutting oC the Drill at each
stroke Drives the casing or drillt
a he launder it to let it follow.
Tests the well without removing
tool I Bona easier than any other
juiu axons me tools
faster 1 we also make
, ana tools
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wijoBiKgan write for FHEB m. ramobiof
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Olus. Catalogue sent FREE to all appiiaaata.v A44resa
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APFMWQ WAWPTI t0 "s1 Positively the
AufaJllu WAJlllJU Fastest Selling Book in tin
Market, "Gately's Universal Educator," 1,100
Pages, 470 Illustrations; prices low; over Cj,C00
Bold. Exclusive territory and the Most liberal
terms ever offered. Address, Kansas City Pub
Co., 100 West Ninth Street, Kansas City, Mo.
R. U. AWARE
Lorillard's Climax Plug
urmW Deannjf a rert tin lag ; tnat jjoniiard'
a Rose liOaf fine cut; that LorillardV
Navy Clippings, and that Lorillard's Snuffr, art
the best ana cheapest, quality considered ?
Preeminently the best
breed known. Are great
layers, good mothers,
mature early, hand
some plumage, large
size. My flock is from
best strains In this
country. 1 breed no oth
er variety. Eggs for
setting (13) 11.50. En
close stamp for cir
MEM a aaj our goods. No capital required. Salary paM
ticularsFREI. We mean what wo any. Standard Silver
Ware Co.. Washington SU. Boston. Mass.
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Tail artiste ! a arefalry prepared phytieiaa's pfMcrit
oaaad baa kaaa la eonstaat q as for maarly a century, an!
aotwitattaaAiac the manr ether preparations that hare
aea lntrodaead iato the market, (the sale of this article 1
ociUntlT inereaamg. If tbe directions arc carried oat it
will nerer fall. We particularly inyite tha attention ei
s aysiciam to its merits
John L. Thompson, SomA Co., Troy, N. Y.
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The FISH BRAND SLICKER u warranted waterproof: and will keep yon rtrr
in the hardert norm. The new POMJIEt. SLICKER U a perfect nduig eoat.1
and covers tae entire saaaje. ueware 01 lmiuiionf. .none (rename wmm me
rsh Brand" trade-mark. Bltutrated Catalogue free. AJ.Tower, BcKoaMus.
is no flatterer. Would you
make it tell a sweeter tale?
Magnolia Balm is the charm
er that almost cheats the
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FRES t eret laalrcra, (not to dots, or carle
afty-eeekers), largo illustrated work oa !
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C1TIAUB ACENOY. 17
Sochxstkb, June 1,1882 "Ten
Years ago I was attacked with tbe most
Intense and deathly pains In my back and
"Extending to the end of my toea and
"Which made me delirious!
"From agony! I !!
"It took three men to hold me on my
bed at times!
"The doctors tried in vain to relieve
me, bnt to no purpose.
Morphine and other opiates!
"After two months I wasiven up to
"When my wife
heard a neighbor tell what Hop Bitters
had done for her, she at once got and
gave me some. The first dose eased my
brain and seemed to go hunting through
my system for the pain.
The second dose eased me so much that I slept
two hours, Bometbing I had not done for two
months. Before I bad used five bottles, I was
well and at work as bard as any man could, lor
over three freaks but I worked too hard for my
strength, and taking a hart cold, I was taken
with the mort acute and painful rheumatism all
through my system that ever was known.
"I called the doctors again, and after several
weks they left me a cripple on crutches for life,
aa they f aid. I met a friend and told him my case,
and he said Hop Bitters had cured him and would
cure me. I pooned at him, but he was so earnest
was induced to use them again.
Ia less than four weeks I threw away my crutch
B8 and went to work lightly and kept on using?
the bitters for five we ks, until I became as well
is any man living, and have been so for six years
It has also cured my wife, who baa
been sick for years; and has kept her and
my children well and healthy with from
two to three bottles per year. There is
do need to be sick at all if these bitters
are used. J. J. Berk. Ex-Supervisor.
"That poor invalid wife, sister, mother,
"Can be made the picture of health!
"with a few bottles of Hop Bitters!
" Will you let them suffer!! ! 1 "
Prosecute the Swindlers!!!
If when you call for Hop Bitters (see green efu
faroHops on the white label) the druggist hands
you out any stufi called C. D. Warners German
Hop Bitters, or with other "Hop" name, refuse It
and shun that druggist as you would a viper, and
if he has taken your money for the stun" indict
him for the lraud and rae him for the damages
for the swindle and we will reward you liberally
for the conviction.
m LYDIA E. PINK HAM' 8 . .
VEGETABLE COM P0 UNI
. is x posrnvi CORK roR
All those painful Complateai
and Weakness so eomnioe
ateoar best ,,
Frita SI la BqaU, sfll or Iombx braw
Its purpose U toltlw for the legitimate healing as
ttacoas and the relief of pain, mi that it dorn aU
V tiaime to do, thoueande of ladtte eon gladly ttatifp,
It will cure entirely all Ovarian trrmMtti. Tnflnrnmsr
atom and Ulceration, FaUlna; and Displacements, aaf
consequent Spinal Weakness, and is parttculartf
adapted to tbo ehanga of Ufa.
It removes Fain tn ess, Flatulency, destroys all crarins;
for stimulants, aad relieves Weakness of the 8tomaoa
It cores Bloating:, Headaches, Nervous rrotratkm.
General Debility, Sleeplessness, Depression and Indi
rection. That feeUnff of bearing down, cotisinfr pals
and backache, is always permanently cured by its oat,
Send stamp to Lynn, If ssh., for pamphlet. Letters cf
Inquiry oonndentially answered. VoruxleX druoaUte.
rira Ttt Bootas Palais. Bauaff MppUs
Seau for Clrcala.
Is used by thousands of first class A snnfsctnrers
and Mechanic on their beat work. Received
nninucndi T .Mi.tr.. sn PmMnnMHrfH. I Wvali
Slu4 known. Ciena cam oraeaierwhoaoea not keep lPilIll
Rnwia. Tpitiwit C,n. .GlnMMfAr.MflJw. inLL CfRbjO
-.. W.M..M, V.,-..VWW,-.
606 & 608 WYANOOnE ST., KANSAS CITY. M0.
asguiar uraauaw u eucws. 11 Trspiaeusw
ill in uaicaKO. Aainoiiseu 10 rww xa
Chronic, Nervous and Special Diseases.
Seminal Weakness (Eight Losses), 8e
GoarantyCnrs or money refunded. Chirp
ar j4jw. avsaai vaiivuwsj saasjaaaasvaaaBraaaw mvew
jurious medicines aced. Mo timsleatfrosa
bufineM. Patients from a dirtanee treated by malL Msbs
caie and send for terms. Consultation free and conndcnttaA,
A.B00K5r beta sexc, Elnst'd, cent ctalcd for ociactasssav
n u r 1 1 m ATI c uTheGREAT TURKIH
HHtumAI loffl RHEUMATIC CURE.
A POSTrrVECtTRBforBHEUBIATISM. tSOOfctaay
cacethU treatment fails to cars or kelp. ,9i',tTr!!!S
in annalc of medietas. One dote gives 5-.,djyj2r
Snd .tatcment ortae with stamp for Circulars. Call, ora
Dr. Henderson. gQCWyswdotte St. Kaa t City.HT
Hot only to the sufferer wasted by dlseati
does Bidge's Food supplement the proper medt
tine and bring back strength and comfort, but tbt
delicate mother will find in its daily use Just what
Is needed to check: and supplement tbe draii
made upon nature's forces.
Try it, mothers, and be convinced. Recipes t
suit different tastes accompany each can.
. 21 TaMB Of MSB POTATOES,
safJaTsiTsisnrs Kms t lastysai's iatrodactisav
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ai V kasasls to taaalatar.
JVOW PBIOM to atU aaa tars mlseounU am larsj
ED WAMD8WULK. KAlf .
K. N. UT.
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stslTaTtlaaaaasiaH7l wmt fcrfat ta amy
tke m saw itla tk vt.
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