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Castoria is Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Infants
and Children. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor
other Narcotic substance It Is a harmless substitute
for Paregoric, Drops, Soothing Syrups, and Castor OIL
It is Pleasant. Its guarantee is thirty years' use by
Millions of Mothers. Castoria destroys Worms and allays
fcvcrlshncss. Castoria prevents vomiting Sour Curd,
cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. Castoria relicTes
teething troubles, cures constipation and flatulency.
Castoria assimilates the food, regulates the stomach
and bowels, giving healthy and natural Bleep. Cas
toria is the Children's Panacea the Mother's Friend.
" Castnrl Is an excellent medicine for ehfl
rrn. Mothers hare irfatedly told me of Its
Eooi. effect upon thdr children.''
bo. O. C Osgood,
' Castoria Is the ljat remedy lot children of
which I am acquainted. I hope the day Is tot
far distant when mothers will consUer the real
lntTrt of tb'Ir children, and use Castoria in
rvad of therarlous quack mKtrumswhlcb are
destroying thir lored ones, by forelngoplom.
morphine, soothing syrup and other hurtful
agents down tbrir throats, thereby sending
them to premature era-"
Do. J. F. Kncnrxoi,
The Centaur Company, 77
Tho Alabama Senator Talks on Els
Three Crrat I'ropn.ltlnns That Confrout
Till. Country lie Itrllerrs In Annex
tlon Hawaii a Itipe Teach Iteady
to lirop In Onr Lap.
Senator Murjrn Talks.
New York, PcIj. 27. In honor of
Senator Morgan, who railed on the
New York hatunlay, a committee of
well knonn merchants and others
frallicrcil upon tlie deck of the Araeri- I which extended In the last named stock
can liner to wish the senator Uod speed, to IS. Sugar, howerer, failed to re
Replying to an address made by the mv ,uv "1?ntxf . "d retired J,
. '. H ... ... ,, ',, In the hour to about Its opening price.
chairman of the committee, Mr. Mor- 'cordage waiespecUlly weak. dropping 14. but
pan hpoke in art as follows: j whisky declined even more rapidly, dropping
"It is singular tliat at this time there 1 from ! to S3, each rallying parUally later In
arc grouped toother three immense the hour. St Patd advancedsteadlly. rising 1
...' ... . ., r, m Per cent to 78 Northern Pacino preferred,
propositions relating to the Pacific under continued buying by shorts, advanced
ocean, the Ih-lirin? sea arbitration, large fractioa
which also mar Ik? said to involve the j Little interruption was given to the strong
whole north 'Pacific, the Nicaragua temper la the market after 11 o'clock but the
, . : i , i r.i i : . strong stocks of the Orst hour made little fur
canal in which I had the happiness to j tner VToeTC,K rnUon boa5ea tM Erie but
lie idcntilicil. iiecauso I knew a good i boucht St. Paul, and the shorts covered freely
thins when I saw it, and then, coming
upon us buddenlr, the Hawaiian propo
sition. "The three together must convince
ail thinking men that there never was
a moment in the history of this govern
ment. Raving the period of our civil war,
when so much viixlom, courage man
hood and intrepidity, foresight and de
termined American pluck were necessary
as just now. We have come to a pivot
al point in American destiny a mom
ent w lien wo must go back or forward.
We cannot take middle ground.
"In thinking of the Pacific ocean and
onr duty in connection with it, I do not
want to we repeated what was perpe
trated upon us at the time we acquired
our independent Though France was
at our luck, we did not iiavc the fore
sight to acquire all that belonged to
us. We did not take New Foundland,
the Ilahamas ltermuda, the indward
islands Jamaica and all tho terri
tory known as Yucatan. Why
should a people of 33,000,000 hold
against n people of Ki.000,000 all
these islands on which they
have sp-nt more than SI for every inch
of grouud? Well, we cannot help it;
they have the islands and they never
give up anything that is good. I am
not criticising them. I admire them. I
wish Americans to be as much like
them as possible only more so.
"(treat Ilritain has already planted
herself in Australia and New Zealand
and is now approaching tho Sandwich
Islands that Gibraltar of the Pacific
Only recently she raised her flag on one
of these islands and at tho present time
the Hawaiian government and our own
arc protesting against that occupation.
"Let me ask you, when they get there
and complete the chain, including Van
couver. Victoria, Hawaii, Hong Kong,
New Zealand and Australia, will we
not then sec repeated in the Pacific that
miserable, despicable policy which was
perpetrated in tho Atlantic when there
was nothing left but for us to nut tho
castcrn islands into the bill of sale the
"With these three great questions
confronting ns the Nicaraguan canal,
Ik'hring sea arbitration and Hawaii,
the last ready to drop into our laps like
a ripe peach we have need of that
spirit of manhood and energy and en
durance which was so Bubcrhly devel
oped when wo were fighting one an
other, with 1,000,000 men in the field.
Then wc shall sec tho outcome of the
power nnd spirit of a great occasion.
Let us movo to the front."
A Village In Hungary Overwhelmed
One Thoatsnd Tenons Iirownrd.
Viexxa, March i. The Johnstown
disaster was duplicated in many par
ticulars in tho village of Gcrgeley, in
Hungary, yesterday, over 1,000 lives be-
in i? lost bv a sudden flood in the Danube
The I.COO people of the town awoke J nlr5 Mb,aiZAe; "glr1 "h"h
, . , . j, i l t l 4SJ5Sc: No. t red wheat, 59361c: No 3 red
yesterday morning to find their homes ,neat moj. Na 4 j whe,u x.
surrounded by water. Many of them The corn market was weak without being
took refuge in the church and school, Quotably lower, though rome corn sold to shlp
whlch were constructed of stronger Irs H4c below yesterdav's prices. Offerings
. ., . t .t. t. - i -in werenot large. Receipts to-day were 3! cars;
materials, hoping that these buddings , ,eek ago, Meats. aearago.47cars.
wouiu oe aoie to noia oui against me ,
flood. Mothers nnd children clung to
the altar beseeching the intercession of
the saints as they saw their homes dis
appearing in the raging stream.
The swelling waters finally began to
beat against tho church and school
building with such strength that at last
the refugees decided that to remain
would mean the destruction of all of
them. They then started out into the
flood which surged nearly to the waists
of giowu people Fathers and mothers
carried their children and the sick and
feeble were helped along by those who
were stronger. They fled as fast as
theyonld in the direction of Paks.
One mother with five children sank
into the waters and perished. Hun
dreds of others, the exact number of
whom Is yet unknown, were drowned
in the flood, and the survivors reached
PaVa in & most deplorable condition.
Seven Tenons Cmhed to Death By th
Col!pfnf nulldlur at Chicago.
Chicago, March L At 1 o'clock this
morning a wall of a building lately
burned at 707 Hdlstcad street was
blown down by a high wind and
fell upon the two-story brick
building next door occupied by the
families of John Schmidt, a saloon
keeper, and James Kunz, a jeweler,
crushed out the lives of seven people
in their sleep, fatally injured one other
and badly hurt two more. The killed
were: William Kunz, aged 07 years;
Mrs, Mary Kunz, aged OS; John Schmidt,
aged 40; Lizzio Schmidt, aged 11; Hat
tie Schmidt, aged 3; Paulina Morton,
aged 21; George Mesterlc aged S3.
The injured were as follows; Mrs.
. Children Cry for
" Castoria is so well adapted to children that
I recommend it as superior toanyprescriptlcn
known to toe."
II. A. Akcbxb,X. D..
111 Go. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. T.
" Our physicians Id the children's depart
ment hare spoken highly of their expert
ence in their outside practice with Castoria,
and although we only hare among our
medical supplies what is known as regular
products, yet we are free to confess that the
merits of Castoria has won us to look with
fator upon It."
Usrrxn Hospital Dtsnxuxr,
Alirs C. Sara, iYr.,
Marrmy Street, New York City.
varxle ochmldt, skull fractured and In
ternally injured, cannot recover; An
nie Schmidt, 8 years of are, shonlder
blade broken, will recover; Fred Kunz,
aged SO, limbs and body bruised, will
Nrw Yons, March L There was decidedly
less pleasure to sell In the stock market this
morning and the volume of business was there
fore somewhat smaller than that of yesterday.
The trading element operated for an ad ranee,
which, in view of the magnitude of the short
Interest, they claimed was due. Opening prices
were in the main from 4 to H per cent, better
i than those or last night, and sugar. New Eng
. land and Iteadiiur led an onward movement
In all parts of the list. Influential traders were
active In bidding up prices on the shorts. At
I soon the market was fairly active ana arm to
strong at the best prices of the morning.
Kansas City LIT Stock.
Cattle Receipts, 5, Its calves, 10 shipped
yesterday, 651. The general market was ac
tlv ana strong- cows weak. The following are
DOZSSED BEir ASD SDIFFMO STEERS
17 O. K
47 1,089 113 I Si 913 WQ
34 9 100 I
COWS AKD IIEirEJIS.
IS 1,051 115 1! KO B.73
4 930 3.75 It 7 3.65
7 Hit 3.65 SI rOJ 3.65
IS 934 1.65 4: 834 160
8 1,151 S6J SI 750 345
9 K S.S5 4 1097 S.S5
IS 858 3.45 3 93 3.00
6 8IJ 300 9 U5 3.00
S 995 .50 S 90) 2.50
4 ell S50 13 845 30
17 749 tiW 1 5 .... 1,050 tS.51
8TOCKER AMD FEEDERS.
s 991 tieo i eisns)
lloas-Kecelpls, 5,672; shipped yesterday.
ro5. The market was active and 10c to ISO
hlsher for choice bogs, common, steady to 5o
higher The following are representative sales:
.. 55 P.93
M...SK I79J4 69...S84f7M
3s.. SSI 7.85 .S...S99 7 85
73...S60 7 8i4 47...I43 7 8J
7S...2I3 7 81 73...S5I 7 8
58...SS 7 874
75. .t-C 7.8J 49 S7S 7 77H
44 ..IM 7.30 US ..173 73J
M...I85 7 30 SI. ..IIS TOO
68... 161 699 51. ..198 475
53...1SI &50 II ..110 6.S5
45...1SI 5.5) 74 ..151 6.S5
Sheep Receipts. 2,478: no shipmenta The
market was more active and at steady prices.
The following are representative sales:
1S1 mut 14J lios IStl 66 n.70
1 mil 80 6.60 j 43 89 3.75
Chicago Live Stock.
CniCAOO, March L Bogs Receipts. 11,000;
offlcial yesterday, 13.763; shipments yesterday,
8.343 left over, about S.0J0. quality better.
Market active and prices 10 cents higher. Sales
ranged at 17.4537 95 for light. 17 6)23.00 for
rough packing; 17.8048.15 for mixed R.052a35
for heavy packing and shipping lots; pigs. rt.S)
I Cattle Receipts to-day, 600: offlcial yester-
day, 115S1; shipments yesterday, 3.S30. The
market was fairly active and prices a shads
Sheep Receipts, 8,000: offlcial yesterday, 14,
3S7, shipments yesterday, 999. Market steady.
Kansas City Grain Market.
Kansas Crrr. March L The local wheat mar
ket was demoralized to-day and many car loads
of hard wheat sold Sc lower than yesterday's
prices. A few early sales were as high as yes
terdsy, but buyers very soon began to bid
down and many samples were still unsold at
the dose, though offered fully a cent under yes
terday's prices. Elevator men without excep
tion declared that they could not sell round lots
rf wheat within Sc of the prices asked tor car
lots and make any proflt on the transaction.
There were no bids at all from the east and the
best New Orleans bios were abo nt equal to 63o
river. Greater discrimination than usual was
made against large differential Car lots with
3c differential to Memphis sold for 43te more
than car lots with Sc and Te differential. There
was a fair demand for soft wheat at K3le de
cline. To-day's receipts were 93 cars: a week
ago, 73 cars, a year ago. 33 cars.
Prices were quoted a
'wheat. 6S5Sc: No. 3
as follows: No. S hard
hard wheat, 56357c:
Nat mixed corn sold at Hassle- NaSmlxed,
SSliOSSc: No. 4 mixed, SSc No, 2 white. 344c:
No. 3 white, S4&34VC: No. 4 white sold at 33c.
Shippers paid 37o Mississippi river and 394a
I Memphis for No. 2 corn. No. 2 white sold at
S840384C river and 4IS4I4C Memphis.
The market for oats was very weak and near
ly every one Is looking tor lower prices. Re
ceipts to-day were 6 cars a year ago. 10 cars.
Cash prices: No. S mixed. 9&S94e; No. 3, 3
eS4c; No. 4, S34c; No. 2 white 304331c; No.
Bay Receipts, IS cars: market dull. Quota
tions are: Timothy, choice. W00O3 53; good.
IS 00 19 Oft clover mixed. 14. 00 37.00 per ton.
fancy prairie, n.50; good to choice. I6.00S7.00:
Chicago Grain and Provisions.
St. Loots Uralo.
St. LOOTS, March L Receipts, wheat. 11915
bo.: corn, I916J0 bo,: oats, 37,500 bu.: Sour,
3,796 bbla. Shipments, wheat, 65,088 bu,: com,
24S,sa ba: oats, S1.7SS bu.: rye, 8. ISO ba: bar
ley. 1,134 bu. flour, 7.662 bbls. Wheat May,
70c July, 72c: February, 674c March, 6740
Corn-May, 39c; July. 404e4e: February,
ret March re. Oats-May, SSyc
New Tor. Grata Market.
NrwToBX. March L Receipts, wheat. 62,030
ba: com. 3S.8J0 bat shlpmenta, wheat, IILOOO
bu.: com. 31,090 ba TVlieat May. 79Je March.
TCye: July, Sle: June, 60c. Corn- May, 60.4c.
hobe BusurEss-uesa POLITICS.
Whatever may be the good accom
plished by great political agitation,
Bach as we have lately experienced
Id this country. It certainly baa one
very bad result. Many good people
are apt to expect too much through
the medium of legislation. They
look to the government to furnish a
remedy for many of the evils that
can never be reached by the influence
of laws. They Ignore or fall to real
ize the great truth that prosperity
must be achieved by and through the
operations of correct business meth
ods. It is not a functiou ef govern
ment to help us, but to enable us to
help ourselves by protecting us In
our rights otllfe, liberty and proper
ty, and by guaranteeing to us secur
ity against unfair and unjust legisla
tion. When this has been done we
must do the balance ourselves. If
we expect more we are wandering
away from the foundation'principles
of our government, and are inviting
paternalism, which is the worst form
of despotism. We should take only
so much interest In polotlcs as Is
necessary to pecure a fair, honest
and capable administration of laws
and give our attention to business
with an Independent and self-reliant
determination to work out our
own fortunes. Arkamas City Tra-'
There is much rivalry in the north
part of the seventh district as to who
is the beat looking editor In that
section, and the contest lies between
Clay Whiteman of Lacro8se,and Joe
Borders of Uoislngton. The rumored
establiRhmeut of a colored mau's pa
per in Great Bend may put a differ
ent complexion on the case.
Bhenmatlsm urea In allay.
"Mystic Cure" for Rheumatism
and Neuralgia radically cures iu 1
to 3 days, its action upon the system
is remarkable and myflterioua. It
removes at once the cause and the
disease immediately dissapeara. The
firrt dose greatly benefits, 75 cents.
Warrantea dy Jas. J. Purcell drug
Lincoln liepublican: A man by
the name of Reynolds Is in the coun
ty jail on a six mouths sentence from
a Beverly justice for. stealing a 75
cent boree blanket When the
blanket was found it was doing duty
as a blanket to keep the children
from freezing in bed. If the state
ment above eet forth are all tbi re is to
this cace, that man got a very heavy
sentence for a very light offense
and should not remain iu jail any
Itch, of human or animals, cured
In 30 minutes by Wool ford Sanitary
Lotion. Hold by Henry Kelihorn.
We offer One Hundred Dollars Re
ward for any case of Catarrh that
cannot he cured by Halls Catarrh
F. J. C'UKEXhY & Co., Prop?., To
ledo, O. We the undersigned have
known F. J. Cheeney for the last 15
yeare, and believe him perfectly
honorable in all business transac
tions and financially able to carry
out any obligation made by their firm.
West & Tiiuax, Wholesale Drug
gist, Toledo, O Waldiug. Klnuau
& Marvin, Wholesale Druggists,
Hall'ti Catarrh Cure is taken Inter
nally, acting directly upon the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system.
Price 75c. per bottle. Sold by all
druggists. Testimonials freee.
DOJT UB C.tUGHT.
by "cut price?." Don't buy spurious
imitations of Dr. Pierce's medicines
at le-s than the regular prices, and
think that you're saving money
You would be, if you could get the
genuine guaranteed medicines in
that way. But jou can't. The gen
uine medicines are "old only through
regularly authorized agent, and al
ways have been, lira, and always will
be sold at these prices:
Dr. Pierce' Golden Medical Dia-
covery (the remedy for all diseases
arising from a torpid liver or Impure
blood), f I 00 per bottle.
ur. Pierce's favorite Precriptiun
(for woman's weakness and all
menta), f 1 00 per bottle.
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets (the
original and best Liver pills), 'S
cents per vial.
JJr. hage'ij t'atarrh Ilemi dy,oQcents
Aud they're worth that they're
worth more than that. They're the
cheapest medicines you can buy, at
any price, for they're guaranteed In
every cane to benefit or cure, or you
have your money back. You pay
only for the good you get. 2fo other
remedies oi tueir kind are, or could
be. snld-on these terms.
Dealers not authorized to sell Dr.
Pieroe's genuine medicines may offer
dilutions, imitations, or subHlltutes,
at leH than the prices given above.
Beware of them.
The National Lead Company, the
Iarcest manufactures of white lead
and lead products in the world, be
gins in this numbers series of adver
tisements that any. whoeontemplate
painting during the coming season,
will do well to read. They are not a
new Arm introducing a new article,
but are the owners and manufactur
ers of the standard brands of white
lead that have clven white lead its
character as the standard paint.
.Many oi ine oraniis were already old
when our fathers were boys.
The advertising of Hood' Sarsana-
rilla appeals to the sober common
sense of thinking people, because it
Is true; aud it Is always fully sub
stantiated by endorsements which in
the financial world would be accent
ed without a moments hesitation.
They tell the story Hood's cures.
Hood's Pills cure liver ills, jaun
dice, biliousness, sick headache,
It Cans Calls. Csu la. Sen Taraat. Cms. Tala-
eats, WassfiBa; Casta, Bracaitis aaa Astasu.
A certain can far Cmswantiea la srrt stacta,
aaa a sanrtlicfiaasTasaci states. VMStasm.
Tea win SM the extcUrat cSset altar takiat the
Erst . Ball by dtaltrs rnrywaar. lam
ssexlss M csata asm SL00.
Ume, Cement, Plaster, te Ct&,
KLAXTtfA . . TTAWClAXl
And Saperlntendtnt Rooms in Walton
Block and Santa Pe avenne. sallaa Etii
TO GET ATTDE KACT8.
Regarding Hood's Baraapsrilla,
ask the people who take tbla medi
cine, orread the tesUmcttbUi often
published In this paper. They will
certainly convince you that Hood's
8araaparilla possesses unequaled
merit, and that Hood's cures.
Hood's Pills cure constipation by
restoring the peristallc action of the
alimentary canal. They are the beat
family cathartic 147.
When Baby was sick, we gave her Castoria.
When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria.
When she beams 3Iis, she ehms to Castoria.
When aba had Chfldreo, she gave them Past orU.
a Bogus white leal
KftlXIIQ would have bo
""-'& UO sale did it not
afford makers a larger profit than
Strictly Pure White Lead.
The wise man is never persuaded to
buy paint that is said to be "jut as
good "or "better "than
The market is flooded with spurious
white leads. The following analyses,
made by eminent chemists, of two of
these misleading brands show the
exact proportion of genuine white lead
they contain :
"Standard Lead Co. Strictly Pare White
Lead. St. Louis."
Materials Proportions Acalyred by
Barries E9 X per cent. Brgls Chanvtnet
Oxide of Zinc SMS per cent. &Bro-
Whlte Lead 6.45 per cent. fit. Lonls.
Less than 7 per cent, white lead.
" Pacific Warranted Pore A White Lead."
Materials Proportions Analyzed by
SalpbateofLesd 4 19 per cent. LcdonxACa..
Oxide of Zinc 45.01 per cent. New York.
Barytes AOXti per cent.
No white lead in it.
You can avoid bogus lead by pur
chasing any of the following brands.
They are manufactured by.the " Old
Dutch" process, and are the standards:
For sale by the moit reliable dealers la
If you are roine to paint. It will pay yon
to send to ua Tor a book containing; informa
tion that may ssve you msny a dollar; It will
only cost you a postal card to do so.
NATIONAL LEAD CO.,
I Droadwtr, Kew York.
St. Louis Branch,
Clark Avenue and Tenth Street
G. A. SOLBERG,
American, French and English Bull
Garments made, cut and fitted to order from
LATEST STYLES AND FA8HIONS
Good Work My Motto.
FALL AND WINTER 800DS.
a. A. SOLBEEG.
7th street south of Opera House
The Most finrcesafnl Remedy eTerdltcoTrred
a It hi certain fn Us cSecU sad does not blister.
Head proof below.
KENDALL'S SPAYIN CURL
Bxrnrs Fozs, N. C Nov. Sth. 1S92.
Da. B. J. KxsDiLi. Co,
Oentlemen: t bare the pleasure of writtnc yon
again la resard to my mare, about wnom 1 wrote
Ton about two rears ago, she belsf afflicted Willi
Bleed Hpailn. Aftrr following the directions
yon care me for ntuur " KendaU'a Ppattn Cure 1
obtained perfectly satisfactory remits after ulnf
The fcpaTtn Cure waa net known In By part of the
country until 1 pnrthaiwd l he tint bottle, now all
my eels hbors nae no oinrr liniment bat KendaU'a
tpartn Core. It Is all run tUun. Ton may
pnbUih thli If desired.
Very respectfully, Anaw Barrraix.
Price 11X0 per bottle.
DR. B. J. RXHDALL CO
Eneabarth Falls, Teraseut.
SOLB BY ALL BKCGGISTS.
savasua L'.utmss; XT over,
I TVIll Avoid Qwieka.
Frmnda and Bocws Medical
iBatllntes by ! to the
I OS 1 04 . IWTI1TKIT,'
KANSAS CITY, MO.
A TJrffular Graduate In
ifttlidne. Over 28 ytart
practice 12 in Chicago.
THE OtBEsTP T ASK
... .& - Wwnn.
Cart! OsrnUJJMMy, Shaded.
Charles .ow. Thousands or cases eared
very year. Experience la important, ho mer
eury or Knrkras medicine used. to lost
trombneliwPstlenU at a distance treated Iby
sJi express, atedldnea sent sterTWhere free
for terms, consuliailon free and eonSdeaUal, per
HlUlK xn" desertpuve McUres, sent
IMJlflTa sealed In plain envelope for 6c la
atamna. It. fc Thai book contains aacarTS a'd
Seful bSwledce which hoJibi?2.bIJ "
sens, pieuninf ra ""SJS IS. aT swiT
which alone cost over tSB. rVaesiaywiy.
- TTVT.n. arawane enaf
ir any case this treatment falls to
euro r nwifc. wn"" .... ... "
relisf I few doses removes fever and
Bain la jocmai .bi. cuwyicm, h. m
few days. Bend statement of case with stamp f
ereulanl M. KlrBiESM, KAISAS eWTY, Ml
Direct line to
Kansas City, Atcliison.
St Joe, Omaha
And the North
Sedalia, St. Louis.
And all Points East
5 DAILY TBAINS 5
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PULLMAN IIFFET SLEEPERS
St Louis, Kansas City, Fa
eblo and Denver.
Vis the COLORADO 8H0BT LINK.
trains Dally, 6.
The Fashionable Tailor,
The time has now arrived when Fall
and Winter Goods should he dis
posed of. I have some that wiil
he sold cheap to make way for the
A.. LINDBLOM, 120 sSk
The Kansas Mutual Life,
J. P. Davis, President. - Joiix E. Moon, Secretary.
Renewable Tern Insurance A Sjeoialty.
Also issues the most attractive forms of Ordinary Life, lo, t5
and 20 Payment Life, to, 15 and 20 year Endowmen Policies, with
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third and each subsequent year from date of issue, each participating)
in annual dividends ine Kansas Mutual Life s Renewable Term
Policies furnish the greatest amount of pure life insurance at the least
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.nvestment with cheap life insurance.
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1 Scientific American
fjk Agency for
Tortefonnalloo ana free nandbook write to
HVHS A CO, SCI liuuaiiWAT. ltw OKE.
Oldest trareaa rpr accarln patents In Amrrlca.
Krery patent taken out bj na la brtnuht beforo
tM powlo bjanouce siren free oi coarse In tae
tarrest etrnlatlaa of any fdectis- rarer In the
world, bplendldlr lUnstnted. St ictplureat
man should be without it. Werklr, 1,00 a
Jean (U0 six months. Addnn ilON.S A CO.
'7MUUB3, 301 Broad war, iew iork Utr.
Hood's Sirxiiurlllt o.iiively
ciiren even when ull ntiiern f.ill It
has a record of iii(!pi''e, uneitiuteil
by any other medicine hj.
Lane's Medicine Muicllie ttuwclsrnrli Kay
In order to be healtliy t li i - is ntees
Do you Know?
That more ills result from an
Unhealthy Liver than any
other cause-Indigestion, Consti
pation, Headache, Biliousness,
and Malaria usually attend it
Dr. Sanford's Liver Invigorator
is a vegetable specific for Liver
Disorders and their accompany
ing evils. It cures thousands
why not be one of them? Take
Dr.'Sanford's Liver Invigorator.
Your Druggist will supply you.
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THE RUSTLER FURNISHING
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The aboye cut represents the Hey
wood biiffaT "Little Bustler," presented
toBabyKuth, The Bustler Furnishing
Co. carry a full line of Eeywood buggies.
(xiye them a call.
THE NATURAL ODY IE RACE.
Cures Female Weakness
and other Diseases of Men and Women
Call or write for circulars and full information. A competent lady attendant in the office from 9 a. m
to 6 p. m. Mention THE JOURNAL.
THE NATURAL BODY BRACE COMPANY,
HOWARD C. RASH, Mcxr., Ober Block, Salina, Kansas.
c .37 r',1
3. JA i
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IS THE BEST FOR EVERY HOUSEHOLD USE
ALL GROCERS KEEP IT.
ADE. OMLY BY
Trices paid for
Money Refunded at End of 30 Days,
if Brace is not Satisfactory.
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