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THE EEPUBLIO: SUNDAY- MARCH 8, 1903.
The rainy season is all
ahead of us. Rain Coats,
$15 to $25.
Just as good and present
able if the sun shines
really a waterproof and
spring overcoat in one.
$10 to $30.
Elegant fabrics perfect
in fit and make.
Not Too Late.
We've a few odds and
ends of last season's Suits
' and Overcoats for men
and boys that we'd like to
sell now. The price is the
s inducement. Come and
$ look at them.
' We are showing all the
new and attractive styles.
Children's Russian Blouse
Norfolk and Sailor Suits
and nobby Top Coats.
In our new
everything is up to date
I assi wr wvua aa na '
t DIUYY Illllfc,
King & Co.
Soaarrkoea. sad TJrlas.fr Dlickarfti.
A Cure in 48 Hours
Time trr St. Lonli made Suoes,
hoasjlit from mitnufaetarvr.
nrlio, to rrarsinlir their fac
tory, needed ready money nut
neeeptetl onr caMh offer.
BOYS' AND LITTLE MEN'S
ST. LOUIS MADE SHOES
Made with rock
oak soles, wci klu.
bos calf or tlovr
upper: will stand
the rousti UM of
B03". aliea '1 to 5:
reitular 1 OQ
K value lia
Boys', sizes 1 to C:
Boys', slies 1 to 5. and Little 2fea,QQa
sixes I toll regular J1.S0 alue 30b
Utile Men's, sites 9 to 1
regular SI.SS -value
MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S SHOES
In Id hid. box rait.
heavy or medium
weights for dress or
school wear; rtjular
tl.TS alues: sizes 12 to
t. Including one lot tor
sites I to C II3
Misses, sizes 12 to 1: Children's Q0.
size ! to 11: regular 11.50 values 30u
Misses' and Children's, sizes 12 to in,
I. ! to 11; tLS values laii
CHILDREN'S SHOES, Sizes 5 to 8
Hand-turn or machine
wwed, c kid. patent
tip or all Patent Lea
ther Shoe; reg. QDa
1 50 v&lue,., 30b
INFANTS' SHOES, Sizes I to 5
Hard-turn ecl. button or lace, soft kid
orcloth uppers; regular Cc values: 0n
In red. blue Or black leather: on!y...w3
Infants soft sole Shoes, assorted IQa
colors; regular 39c alue 13b
C.E. HILTS SHOE CO.
Sixth nud Frnnklln Ave.
$1 PER PAIR
"Wo ne only iene. of the very
bet quality, accurately pronnil
and Jltted. Insuring perfect Kitls-factlon.
EYEGLASSES and SPECTACLES
Eyes tested and examined free of
clinrst l'.v Dr. Bond and Dr. Mont
joinery, our eipert optician. Ocu
list.s' prescriptions carefully tilled.
Write for IIIntrntel Catnlocnie.
New Spring Styles
-Tht Advanot Guard Is
"ON THE FIRING LINE"
And Frash Troops of Naw
Siylss ara Msvlng to tha Front
ITCHING, Jk-T RECTAL
CONST!- , . ULCER,
PATION. x ETC.
Cored without surgical operation Cure guaran
teed. All protiudlng stopped in one or two treat
ment. Do not continue to cutter when jrou can
be enred without an operation, consultation trf.
Call or write, InAostnc stamp, tor M-pags
Booklet on Rectal Ulscaeea.
Dh. M. HEY SMITH, Bpeelallat,
BOO Olive Street, St. Lot I a.
Office Hours i a. m. to p ra. guniara, J t
lesa a m.
JOSEPH F. FARISH.
ST. LOCK IUEPCBLIC BCILDINO.
Tel. Dell Main 38U5. Klnloch A 073.
TUB CRAWFORD ship, the "Qu?en of the
SeaV has arrived, as nitnesx her on an
other page, in full sail, entering the harbor
vt New York! I
ST. LOUIS COUNTY PARAGRAPHS.
Ell Goblin wai arreted In Aflton yes
terday by Constable Schaper on a charge
of disturbing the peace, preferred by" Sam
uel Voergf. a neighbor. Ooodln could not
give bond and Juatlce J. H. Thelss commit
ted him to Jail in Clayton
The Truat Company of St. Louie Coun
ty, a new institution recently started in
Clayton, has purchased 4S feet of ground
from Fred Epscb. on which it will erect a
SG00 building. Cashier Wilko said jester
day that the plans had not jet lieon com
pleted, but that the building would be
Ilrst-claes and built especially for banking
purposes. The property Is situated at the
northeast corner of Central and Cnrondelet
avenues and is opposite the southeast cor
ner of the Courthouse square.
Birth Month Ulnar for March.
Set with Bloodstone, meaning "Courage,"
K.M to 115. MERMOD & JACCAKD'S.
Broadway and Locust.
11 Hit or WutlratrJ eatalogut. Matltdfrtr.
Pnrenta Complain of Truant Son.
Chcrlrs Beir ttlraa nktl lh rMr in
detain Ms son. t lirara Ee rser. 17 years old.
who left hl home at No. 2314 Dtidler street.
Monday, and has not ben seen since. Th boy
was emplojed by the Western Union Tcleeraph
CoTipany. but Inquiry at the unices tailed to
elicit any Information a to his whereabouts.
Mollne CKIrens Sabscrlbr ifSJOO.
Moline, 111 . March ". Molir.e's public sub
scription to the Swedish Famine lund has
now reached 12,100 and further subscrip
tions will be discontinued. In addition to
this amount large sums bae betn forward
ed direct by res.denta here to relatives and
friends In Sweden.
Collectors of stickers desiring, to compete
for Shredded Wheat Sticker Prizes, plase
mall before March 10 statement of total
collection: statement to be signed by their
jrroccr. nnd to give, first, total amount of
collection: second, number S. W. B. Stick
ers grouped first pages; third, name, age
and address of collector. Judges' announce
ment of prizes will be made in daily papers
March 15 to JL Address Natural Food Co.,
George Dnerlnger I Sllaslns;.
The police eterda were resetted -to eearCt
for George Duerlnr or No. ta9 Gratiot street.
whn has hen
from his home since
family fears that he
has committed anVISV as he had threatened to
do so. Duerlnger left home In a spring wagon.
Sick Man Victim of Robbery. ' J
Fred Dealing, rooming at No. 2 South Twenty
first street, was robbed of J7J iceterday rooming.,
he claims. The victim was removed to the
City Horpltal suffering from measles. He says
the money was lakn rrcm his pockets.
MAY SOON BE FOUND
Searching Parties in .the Ozark
Foothills Find Traces of
HUNTER RECALLS OLD ROBBERY
Up Says a Party of Four Prospect-
ois Were Attacked, Tao Killed
and All Their Property Was
Stolen and Latcr-Ituried.
Red Bud. Ill . March 7. More Information
has been gathered regarding the treasure
burled h) outlins half a century ago In the
Ozark foothills ju?t across the Mississippi
River from here.
The searching along Shoal Creek con
tinues and the stepping off of distances,
driving of stakes and the mysterious dig
ging has aroused the suspicion of the entire
neighborhood, while to the men It almost
means success. They have found a great
many evidences that they will locate the
hidden treasure In a short time.
More than fifty years ago a reporter was
sent by a Philadelphia editor to Investigate
the frequent rumors of sller bullion burtej
in the Orark. I
Ample funds were furnished and without
err great difficulty, after a brief survey
of the Held, the fact was established that
there had been and probatlv was yet a
large amount of stiver bullion cached some
where in the region
Chirles Hunter of Lansing. Mich., who is
carrlng on the search, accompanied by
MartT Jones of the same city, tells the fol
low ina; story:
"It was in the spring of 1S32 that a party
of four were en route to California when
they were attacked in the Ozarks. Two of
the party were killed. I and the remaining
one were captured, along with all the prop
erty. At a spring ten miles south of the
scene of the hold-up the band left us with
three Indians. ,
"At the foot of this low cliff was a spring
and n few feet aaj a stream that I believe
to be Shoal Creek. Xear the top of the
cliff was an Immen'e wolfs head carved
out of the reck. Near the spring the In
dians removed a stone slab and with their
axes cut away chunks of silver large enough
to make silver orniments. My companion
was killed later, but I eventually escaped
and reached California.
"As I had ample fortune, invested safely,
I had no thought of searching for this treas
ure. About a year ago my companion, Mr.
Jones, who had learned some years earlier
of its existence, and that I had seen it.
hunted me up and persuaded me that I
should not allow such a treasure to go to
waste. I am now determined to sparo
neither time nor money In the search.
Though the whole face of the country has
been changed by civilization, I believe I can
Hunter's search has caused other parties
to be organized in this vicinity, and old
manuscripts and charts will be brought out
and an attempt made. to locate the treas
ures that are known to be burled In the
hills along the Mississippi River on the Illi
At one time this whole part of the coun
try was Infested with a band of outlaws,
and it. Is known that on several occasions
they crossed the Mississippi River and
came Into Illinois with large, crude bars of
silver bullion. As yet It has never been lo
cated by any of the searching parties, al
though they had maps and charts which
were given them by the Indians who knew
of Its existence.
Engrared Csu-ds and Invitation.
100 finest calling cards and engraved plate
(script), el.M.. or 100 cards from plate. Jl.
Wedding and reception Invitation", etc , ex
ecuted In the best manner at the lowest
rates. Finest correspondence paper, latest
fashionable shapes and shades. . Samples
and prices mailed free. Mall orders filled
promptly. MERMOD & JACCARD'S.
B-oadway and Locust.
VISITORS AT SLJLOUIS HOTELS.
C. E. Mitchell of Oklahoma City. Ok.,
arrived at the St. Nicholas; eaterday.
H. F. Shellev of Kelley'a Island. O.
Is registered at the Lindell.
Doctor T. D. Blakely or Coal Hill. Ark..
Is stopping at the Planters
F. A. Thompson of Chicago, III., spent
yesterday at the Southern.
Mrs. M. V. Carroll of Jefferson City.
Mo , Is a guest at the New St. James
O. G Hasted of Evansville, Ind, Is reg
istered at the Laclede.
Mr. nnd Mrs. K. H. Masterson of Rock
island. III., are at the Moer.
Nat T. Tyrrell of Brook! jn. N. T., was
at Horn's yesterday.
J. Gist Search of Chicago. III., Is on the
guest list at the St. Nicholas
Claude Miller of Leger, Ok . is regis
tered at the Lindell.
Homer Merrill of Rowlings. Wv, spent
yesterday at the Planters.
Doctor Horace L. Johnson of Now York
spent yesterday at' the Southern.
E. J. Whitney f Grand Rapid?. tWls ,
has rooms at the New St. James.
T. T. Bascombe of Seneca. Mo , is a
guest at the Laclede.
Mr. and Mrs Frank L. Goddsrd of
Seattle; Wash . are at Horn's.
G. L. B. Vinson of Little Rock, Ark .
was at the Moser jesterday.
B. O.Kentler of Detroit, Mich , Is on
the guest list at the St. Nicholas
Henry Grephelde of Albuquerque,
M., Is registered at the Lindell.
David T. Day of Wnshlngton. D,
was at tne noutnern jesteruay.
Thomas Amerglll of Phlladelph'a. .Pa.,
Is a guest at the Planters.
II. C. Weyland of Philadelphia. Pa., has
rooms at the New St. James.
Charles M. Phlpps of Cincinnati, O, It
slopping at the Lactede.
H. C. McCain of Little Rock. Ark., Is
on the guest list at the St. Nicholas.
H. I Burgess of jAckson. Mich.. Is
registered at the Lindell.
H. C. Frlscower of Bridgeport, Conn.,
spent jesterday at the Planters.
R. II. Stewart of Rochester. N. Y., has
rooms at the Southern.
William Harper of Jefferon City, Mo,
Is stopping at the New St. James
C. IV. Keilog of Charlotte. Mich , spent
yesterday ot the Laclede.
k Umbrella, fl.TS to f0.
Most artistic handles most reliable makes.
S"e our special J5 umbrella.
Broadway and Locust.
Georjtr V. Wood Indorsed.
Moline. III., March 7. Oeorge W. Wood
of this city received the unanimous Indorse
ment nt the Republican primaries In Mo
line last evening for Circuit Judge and It
is believed he will carrv enough country
delegates to secure his Indorsement by Rock
MERRICK, WALSH & PHELPS JEWEL
RY CO.'SOFFICE AT "
Mcrmod ft Jaccnrd's, Broadway and Locust.
Mr. Watth vill t$ pUafd to tit you.
Furniture Hoard of Trade Meetlnjr. '
"Furniture Htpotltion; Their Ueneflla to the
Manorscturer, to the Buyer and to the City,"
will be the sublect of a talk by P. D. Francis
of Cnleaga at the meeting of the St Louis Fur
niture Hoard of Trade to-morrow night.
The Grnloek Vehicle Co.,
915-17 North Broadwav Invito vnu tn fnsnect
I their line 0tV3tude baker carriages and ve-
nicje novemes. jsverytmng new. novel ana
attractive. Special Inducements to early
Mother Seek SUssIng; Boy. '
Frank Corlelt. It sears old, has been missing
from his home at No 7710 Minnesota avenue,
since Thoraday, and his mother yesterday re
quested the police to arrest and detain him.
, FOR rNDIGEBTION.
Eupopaia Tablets produce the necessary
digestive fluids to restore the process of
digestion. One tablet before meals will
digest what ycti ear. A cure guaranteed or
money refunded. At all first-class drug
gist or direct' for 60c Send for free sam
ple and treatite on stomach derangements;
Eupepsl Chemical Company. 3ZS Clark
avenue. 8L Louis, Mo. Aav.
A. O. H. Special Meetlaar.
County Board. Ancient Order of Hibernians,
will meet la special session at 1 o'clock to
night at HO. MB Waahtnrton avenoe.
LINDELL DRUG STORE,
nonnwesi uorner bin ana nasningion ayb., unoe. Linaen noiei,
A Few Prices to Show Onr Fin-urea
Horsford's Acid Phopphat
Jl CO size, our price
Peruna, Jl CO size, our price.
Prickly Ash Bitters, i size, our prlce.83o
llmwnis Irnn Tlfttorc el !, nur
Bucklln's Electric Bitter. EOc size,
our price 42c
Plrkham's Compound, $1 sire, our
Wine Cardul, McElree's. Jl size, our
Llsterlne. Jl size, our price 65c
Ltsterine. 25o size, our price lc
Bromo Seltzer. 25c size, our price 20c
Bromo Seltzer. DOs sire, our price. 40o
Bromo Seltzer. Jl size, our price 77c
S. 8. S., J1.75 size, our price 81.21
8. S. S. Jl size, our price 71c
Hood's 'arsaparilla. 11 size, our price. 83o
Succus Alterans. McDade'n, J2 size.
our price SI.ua
Ayer's Sarsapariila.-Jl size, our price. 83c
Kilmer's Swamp Root. Jl size, our
Kilmer's Swamp Root, oOc-slze. our
Palne's Celery Compound, Jl size, our
De Lacv's cinchona and Iron Cordlil,
Jl size, our price 83c
Catorla. Fletcher's 1 slz. our price 25e
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets. 50c size,
our price 38o
Eupepsla Tablets. 50c size, our price. .42c
Carter's Little Liver Pills. 25c size, our
price. (2 for 35c) 18c
La India Clgir I conceded bv all who have
Havana Cigar. Thev are strictiv an Havana nner ana wrapper ami
will suit the taste of the mot tastiuinu";
6 for 25c or box of 50
EXPERT SODA DISpENPTVt'' rlenn "lases cold drinks, flavors to suit jour fancy.
at popular prices Trv nir C locoltte fcuivlae. .c; ernors Ginger Ale. 5c.
SWEETHEART'S DEATH CAUSED
BALDRIDGE TO KILL HIMSELF.
Knnsn lonth Was Found I.j Ing; In
the llonil, hot Through the
Galena. Kas . March 7 Wllbert. better
known .is Webb. Baldridge. 22 ears old.
who lived in Empire City, committed sui
cide about 1 o'clock this morning by shoot
ing himself In the head. It was raining
Hard when the shot was fired, and the bod
lay out in the rain until 7 o'clock this
In a note written to his mother he stated
that his love for Mis Ellen Riley, who
Psoriasis, Scalled Head, Miik Crust,
Tetter, Ringworm, etc.
Speedily, Permanently and Economically Cored,
- ' "! - When All Else Fails, by
The agonizing, itching, rind burning of the skin, as in
eczema; the frightful scaling, as in psoriasis; the loss of
hair, -and crusting of the scalp, as in scalled head; the
facial disfigurements, as in pimples and ringworm; the
awful suffering of infants, and anxiety of worn-out parents,
as in milk crust, tetter and salt rheum, all demand a
remedy of almost superhuman virtues to successfully cope
with them. That Cuticura Soap, Ointment, and Resolvent
are such stands proven beyond all doubt. No statement is
made regarding them that is not justified by the strongest
evidence. The purity and sweetness, the power to afford
immediate relief, the certainty of speedy and permanent
ture, tha absolute safety and great economy have made
them the standard skin cures, blood purifiers and humour
remedies of the civilized world.
Complete External and Internal Treatment
Bathe the affected parts with hot water and Cuticura
Soap, to cleanse the surface of crusts and scales, and soften
the thickened cuticle. Dry, without hard rubbing, and
ripply Cuticura Ointment freely, to allay itching, irritation,
and inflammation, and soothe and heal, and, lastly, take
Cuticura Resolvent to cool and cleanse the blood. This
complete treatment affords instant relief, permits rest and
sleep in the severest forms of eczema and other itching,
burning, and scaly humours of the skin, scalp and blood,
and points to a speedy, permanent, and economical cure
when a)l other remedies and the best physicians fail. As
eviderice'of the wonderful curative properties of Cuticura
Remedies, and of their world-wide sale, we quote from
Tie Hon. Mr. Wee Fimeire's Letter.
"I desire to give my voluntary testimony to the beneficial effects
of your Cuticura Remedies. I have suffered for some time from an
excess of uric acid in the blood ; and. since the middle of last -year,
from a severe attack of Eczema, chiefly on the scalp, face, ears and
neck, and on one limb. I was for several months under professional
treatment, but the remedies prescribed, were-of na-avail, and I was
-gradually becoming worse, my face was dreadfully .disfigured, and I
lost nearly: all my hair. At last, my wife prevailed upon me to try
the Cuticura Remedies, and I gave them a thorough trial with the
most satisfactory results. The disease soon began to disappear, and
my haincommenced to grow again. A fresh growth of hair is cover
ing, my head, and my limb (although not yet quite cured) is gradually
improving. My wife thinks so highly of your remedies that she has
been purchasing them in order to make presents to other persons
suffering from similar complaints, and, as President of the Bible
Women's Society, has told the Bible women to report if any case,
should come under her notice when a poor person is so afflicted, so
that'your remedies may be resorted to."
ROBERT ISAAC FINNEMORE,
kludge of the Katat Supreme Court).
r jPjetermaritzburg, Natal, Oct 19, 1901.
CUTICCBA REMEDIKS are told tbrobout the clllled world. ITtlCHS: Cutlcurs r.eMle
- 'HUV'Me. rper'"bji!e (la the ,(tra of, Chocolate Coated, fills. 23c. per rial of 03):
CnUcan Olnfment. 50c per tax. ind Cutlcurs Soap, SJc per cake. Bend, for the treat
:riIark,.rBssMBni ot tbe BlMd. Skis sad Scalp, and flore ( 'Care Them." c pages. 300 Dlt
eases,' witi luattratioBS. Tettlawalals, aad Dlreetloat la all languages. Including Japanese
aad" CalaeM. British Depot. 27-33 Charterhouse 4 . London, K. C French iDepot. S Rue de
la Falz. Paris. Australian Depot, B. Towns A Co.. Sydney. t'OTTEU DUL'O AND CHEM
ICAL COKTOaUXIOX lata FnarUtsra, Boatea. U. 8. A. . . ( . r
LARGE AND COMPLETE STOCK.
In this department we carry one of the
largest lines in the West. It consists of
such ;nell-knnwn foreign and American
makers' goods as Roger & Gallett's. El
I'inaud's. Richard Hudnut's Frtnk M.
Prlndle & Co 's. LublnV. Lautler's. L. T.
Plvcr'z. Guerluln's, Atkinson's, Imperial
Crown Pertumery Compan's. Colgate'?.
Lazell's, Enstman's, Baldwin's, Llnder.-
Dorg's and Seeley's.
Wo hnve arranged with Rl'BRL & AL
LEGRETTIS to make a shipment of their
lilgh-clasF Chocolates dally. This assures
.von mat tneir goods bouijnt from us are
,. V,ntiTII1U VaUIIIO.
lucttan. two Zc packages for 5C
Mint Leaf, two 5c packages for 5C
07"rl-, ,, 0t":&' . ,
''" weight, made accordlnc to th United
State pharmacopca and fresh, botes of 10
"Ju:i', h; giz.v. uui puce 10c
Violet Perfumed Toilet Ammonia.
Perfumed with violet perfume; dors not
hive the objectionable smell of ordinary
ammonia; 25c size, our price 15c
Wall piper, fresco nnd wlndow-shtde
cleaner. 25c box. our price (2 for 25c). .15c
Prescriptions" tilled Just as jour doctors
wish them to be handled by eradintes of
pharmao men with jean, of experience
smoked it to be equal to anv 10c clear
,u mi, ,vl iiriii
smoker; we nave tnem at
was drowned two jears ago, was the rea
son for his killing himself.
Miss Rilev. with a number of the joung
people. Including Baldridge. were in bath
ing In Spring Kiver. when he went be
yond her depth, and before sh could be
rescued was drowned Baldridge was her
sweetheart and witnessed the gin's de-tth
He had never forgotten the scene, and.
in the letter, requested that he be burled
bj her side.
Young Baldridge er ej several months
In the Top'ku Reform School for the mur
der of William Delczier over a dispute at
a ball game In Empire City, about five
5 ears ago.
Absence Alarms Her Relative.
The police are searching for Annie WachowsUI.
57 J ear old. of No. 2023 Dlvtlon street, who
has been missing from her home since Thur
dav. Relatives Informed the police that when
she departed he had $375 They were unable to
explain her sudden d!appeirance
WINTER COMES SPRING.
These are some of our advance styles, in Ladies'
Fine Footwear, which, for the values, are quoted
at remarkably low prices :
Ladies' Patent Vici
Dull Kid Top
Louis XIV heel,
2 to 8, AA to E . . .
LV I saaaav esn
high Louis heel,
2J to 8, AA to E
Ladies Fine Dull Kid Lace Boot,
with steel or
hand-turned sole, H
very nign i.onis ueei, "4ff
2t6 7, AAtoD
Ladies' extra fine Dongola
Dull Kid Top
AA to B, 2lA to 7
BROADWAY AND LUCAS AVE.
NEURALGIA, KIDNEY TROUBLE
aH aaffln r!Jl li
Coughs, BromtjMtl; LumMmgo, SoktOom, Omrt. Atthmu
Catarrh, Nervousness, Baokaoho, Dysueomla, fnmJgoaUmm,'
Croup, Kervous and Neuralmlo Hoadaoh,Hmart Ytmmkmmam,
Paraivsfs. Oreepinn nmmnooms, oivoHummnmmm, Lvmw,
Scrofula and all Blood Diseases.
Test "5-DROPS" Free
ai it ... 'it 1 - . J E C L.a. a eaar A4f4ata af wltta. n riaar iinrvtil
A inai oottie wiu dc nuueu tree 01 cuaigo iu ; .iuw , .. j"t VJ"
reauest. Cut out the coupon and send to ns with your name and address. W ffja tauy.
lllTIIh "D-unure is entirely
II U I lUkl
I free from alcohol, opi-
;ates. salicylates or
other injurious drugs. If "5-BROFI"
is not obtainable in yonr locality .order
direct from ns and we will send it pre
paid on receipt of price, $1.00 per bottle.
Large Slxe Bottle (300 Doses) $1.00. For
Sale by Droffljta.
Ask yonr druexist for the "Swanaeo PIIL"
. .Alaa PaW W eae
3UT9 cure lor cvxuupauoo. - iiv .v.
SWANSON RHEUMATIC CURE
If till d
See New Spring Styles in every department
Our boys', misses' and children's school shoes
fit like a glove and wear like iron. Try them
ALWAYS .INSIST OIN GETTING A
Because ion are SOT jayiag for CHROMOf, SCHEXE9. sTalKK BasALSV KTO
bat far FI.E qiJAUTr HAVANA TOBACCO. KOA1VTO IMINJKTaciaAJul
F. H-'KICE MEBCANTILEfinin rn l.nf sir r,r. .,.-..-
Fine Kid Boot,
;ht sole, P
Goodyear welt light sole.
8, AA to E .
Ladies Patent Vici
Lace & Button Boot,
dull mat top,
Ladies extra quality
dull kid top.
AA to D, 2$ to .
M. V. BURNETT. Dexter. IncL, writas "Yonr "S-pHOPS?
baa cured me of Rheumatism. There is no symptom of tte cu
easa about me. Mr mother had been down wits the same alseaaa
for nine rears, nineteen months of which time she had towtJk
with a cratch and cane. Xow she hsa thrown a war both and goea
where she pleases without eilhsr of them. 8heU 71 remold,
and was cured of the Rheumatism by SWANSOrTS DBOPS.'
I ahaU neTer be without your remedy la my household."
MRS, SALLIE BARRY. LaTouetteTean.. write: Ts
husband saisTour 'DROPS' has proven to be all you claimed.
The doctor said mr kidneys were in bad condition. Whealwia
downstalrsl waaunabletotDUparalnwIthoatasslstaiice. Your
"3-DROPS" has made ma Sound mod well, and I have been able
to do more work th past six months than I had In fire years
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