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TTIfl KANSAS CTTV .TOtTRNAL, FIUTUY, IVOVEMTffiK 22, 1805.
FOR THE SUNDAY SCHOOLS,
oritM.Mi or .v rivi; mnv roNvn.v
THIS I.N TIIKIH III. II ll.r.
(Muto OrBintr-itlnti 11 f MlMnurl ntul Hun
i t imililni'-- I'tnplc' nf .Niillnmil Itrpu
Intlon I'rcat-nl Ittu tilii tralir
(liX-Iwu Ddjit' l'rntfnuninrt.
The five days' Joint convention nf til
Mtaftourl Stale Sunday Brhtvol A.wintinn,
the KanMg City Hundnf Mtoal I'nlon nnd
the Konrat City Primary t'nlon organ with
to'tolon pet-rdny Afternoon nnd pxonliin
nt l ho fllxth and l'rotM-t Christian church.
Altoouirh the meetings of ypMrfilay cr
of a preliminary nature, tho attendance
traa Kratirylntt, and much intrrral and en
thuMm was ftmnlfpRtrd.
Tho active miuiiit't and romluclom of
the -ftdrn am: Mr. It. H. Wftrntcnrr, of
Knnrns City, nitlunal Sunday m-hool m
imrlntptidi'nt; Mr. W. J. Bcmulroth, of ft
)a)(H., malp tuipprlntxnttout of the Int. r
(Ipnntninntlnnal work, and Mrs. . J. - m
plrotn, taip primary nuporliilMnJ.nl, nil
Sunday school worker whoo fam- l n i-
Thp purpose of this convention cry nnt
lirnlly In trip tenr-hlnff of Itcttpr method of
Hun iay irhool work, to bo folluw.-il b r-
orKiinluitloti of tti various Siindn) i" html
nskfR-liitlnn or K.vnraa rltv and Jaokuii
tnunty. llpildp thoe nlt-wcdy named tlu-rn
lll l a number of oth.-r noted Hiinday
Hiool worKt-rn In atietnlanc on the r,in
vn Hon. and they will l hmrd on tltni-ii
nnd InteriKtlnn toplr nt the vniloua ie
Fl'.n. Willlnm Itpynulda, the Intt rnatlnnnl
f. Id pupeiliitenilptit, t. II Wolfe, prel
lent or th a!lMiirj Bundnv School Anno
elation! KoluTt Kutlc-dge, state eerptary,
wllllnm Randolph, state treasurer, and v.
H Heed, the well known Sunday school
worker of Kanstia City, are among thone
who will talk nnd Instruct on Sttiidny
nohool work clurtnv the convention.
At the elon yesterday afternoon, W.
J. Semelroth conducted the programme-.
After devotional services, led by Hr.
Combs, pusiur of tho church, Mr, Hemel
roth save the first of his series of normal
tralnlnir lessons, tho subject Ix-ln "lesson
Tearhlne." It was a talk full of valuable
Information for Sunday c hunl tcachi-ric,
nnd those who were piescnt lepresentlnrr
exery denomination In the r-lu, ln ludlmt i
number of colored, ten-horn. Mumul their
appreciation by frequi nt applm.
A moat Intel eetins featmc nf the iiftn-
Hon nnil leadership which eminently .fit
him ror the Jvosltfon he holds To his
senilis nnd eiiet-ay are nttMhutnlti Ihe In
ti nse Interest filch has In en aroused In
the movement. He is haltmn of the
local committee Imoiiir the convention In
Ium-bp, ithd for tin i i't tin dnjs has
Kien all of lil film l i i r- i ln the nr
rnnKPtnpiit whl-h will in- it' i -imes
Mr V ,1. S, null th l- Hi t it" superln
tendent of the luti i li iiou ImitUmal work,
SOME LOCAL EXHIBITORS,
citv i'i:ii'i.i: nun tvil.t.
I DAM.S A I' I III: SltlMV.
Itenmrknbly timid 'limrliiR- for the
I'nticlcm of 't his t'oiuniuiillj M li.it
Some of the l.xhllilM
Mltij J Pfll MtnTJI
and H one nf the tn-isl mtlte mil nroml
nmt min In tin- work He has hud a
InrK" and sum ful eTnrl"nce In th
work on nhli h In- tnlks so nlil. and Is Moll
iiuallfled to lntruit all who hne the op
portunity of henrlnjr him. Mrs, V. J. Hem-
lrnth Is the state supef Intendent of the
nrlmiiry work, and Is one of the best
known Hlble school workers In the coun
try. In which department her Kenlus has
entned her u world-wide reputation. Hho
has for veara had laritely the tniuiauflmeiit
of the primary depnitnient in the fhatitnu
iiiu work, and W the possessor of a voice
of unusual power nnd sweetness dellKhtlnft
the audiences nt the mass meetings nf the
(onvmtion with her slnfrliiir. hhe will sltiK
nt every session of the convention and at
the litff tnntttt -mnntinir nn Mtiti,1nv nftMrnonn
at (he Auditorium she will be the soloist.
7lph'herla reported vesterday: 2flT Char
lntti ii Tnicy; KTi MichlKnn.
.Mcmliriimuiia croup, 2115 Hellefontalne.
w& - -
jni-Mrry."r"rrv-Kvi5(eS', " rjyrxMstVk
Mil Tt H r,i i m r
noon programme was th, i p, r rn-niiid
t Mrs. Whiiltr on ' Pnne Imv uid Pnin.
IHin is In Primary Ti.-ai.hli n .Mis- h, , 1
ef p.iper was Uenr, coticue and pointed,
and KretUly impressed her hearers ain;
Kavo points to primary teachers whhh
should and will proie of vast benefit to
I hose who heard and will apply the in
lorimttion. The leading number of the afternoons
proKramme was the uddresa of Mrs. v. J
hemelroth, stte primary sunerlnti-ndent.
on "The six Points of Pi qpar.it ion." This
waa a prei-eiiiation by one who has mailn
It a life i.tud of the methods which should
be empio.-il In t.-aehliiK a Sunday school
lesson to children so that they may derive
the sreateat Instruction and beneitt Mrs
hemelroth's dellKhlful talk was illustrated
by means of a whul. She starts out by
cat Ins? trc tiarlxr tlie hub of tho wheel,
nnd fine '-K hub radiate m e spokes which
IS"" ',l 'Approach," "Lesson Study."
TeachiiiK Plan," 'yiu-stions" and "Test
JhB rpf-v live spokts are bound around
and lield tirmlv to tin hub by a rim which
bhc calls "Application."
Jt is upon the apiilleation of the lesson
th.it Mrs Semelr.ith lays the greatest
t.titB. Teai-hinu without application, he
REY. DR, JENKINS INSTALLED
ni:v past on of run M.roM) imci.jj
jiyti:kia.n nn itcif a ki.com i:n.
ME. W. J. BI'.Mni.UOTH.
rays. Is taluil.-s, anl it is this point she
ndeawu- lo m.jt linpriM, upon In i lic.ir
erl ?hu u ." !'"dy pd pi. isinu tdls. r.
and those who hu.. the ph.vrure of Jn-.iri
lntr ner talks on the pumuij work duuiig
th?. couvuiitlon will not tiuiit jt, for ihty
will li-arn sumcllun of ulin
In this evudUB the i. huii li was well filled
lo l!rUn to the Bjieaki rs i.own on the uru-
(framnic Mr. J. H. Jiutln prLt.idtd. The
A Liirsr CiinKreKiitlon lCciclic the Illiluu
oted ller(;iiirn Prenent Kev. Dr.
Jhirrnn' Snriiiim A .Menux
Tho spacious auditorium of tho Second
Presbyterian (hurch welcomed a splendid
coni?regaUon lust eeninK when the new
pastor, Rev. Dr. H. 1). .Icnltlns, wns in
stalled. The pulpit platrorm waa decorated
with palms. clirsunlhcmums and cut llow
ers; and the choir, which Is one of the best
in the oily and state, tilled out a musical
programme of rare excellence.
During the oluntary the members of
Kansas City Presbjtury and iHtliiK cler
gymen to the number of eighteen or twen
ty, entered by the bloud center aisle, and
behind them followed the ofneers of the
church, with the paator-ieleet, and tho y.
P. S. C. V , one of the live organizations of
The ministers nrnnl .or.ca,i.....i ,...
- -.-, ,- sr.'Bsai i l ui rpi 14 LV4 11 VtT
denominations und thiee stute. Amomr
l, W ..." "' lI i" i-.r. jnpoi, vvnile.
Vassar, Jlopklns, Page, of Leavenworth
ltn'1 Jmlrri,,VVK u( Chicago. These clergy .
A i , "'.Yi l."c oroun ciiancei, anu after
Ruck's "Te Dfinn." Ilr .ii,n tt., ii..V
!.i,C . V,'AV"V ",. a "Bimon upon the test,
"What Think Y nt iiiiiatTr
It may be said that Dr. Burrows not only
sustained thi high opinions formed of hira
..ui vxutetieii even iiiu anile patlons of his
fr etuis The address hhowed the deep and
,ei.8tMll' ,0' comparative religions, for
which Dr. Harrows Is known upon two
. OUl lUIltS. and ill nnnlvrln r,A,i,ur .,.'..,"
dl'lion and devout feiillVuj It wan 'a mils-
wit; , iiiinciim I11CUU1I
At the close of ih sermon Dr Horace C
St.inion, moderator cif the Kansas Cltv
Puliytery, declared the action of tho body
In reieivlnir the pastor-wlci t, mentioning
the letters received ftom Sioux City pres
byteiy, dismissing and commending the
new pastor, and then nut th,. .r,siiii,,ir..,..i
questions, to which Dr. Jenkins ossente.1
rJn'.ol,larBO ,0 .he rwor was given by
pr, MeOaw, and was nlthy, wTtty and
Scriptural, br. Henry Miller, of Ithfi ltl.
Mo., stated cl.-rk of presbytery, gave the
charge to the people, which was us quaint
as the addnss of a kevcnteentli century
The folos by Miss McFaddi n and Mrs.
Huff, and the "Alleluatlc Sequen. ," by the
choir, w.re delightfully rendered ' and the
Installation the old church has known.
Dr. Jenklnu nrniiolmr tui th,. ,f.,i...i,..,in..
dccordlng to the mstom of the church, ami
antuki-ia Wire Ilev. fir V a imivi.,
Itev Dr. J M. Cromer, both of whom spoke
cm the Sunday school work, and Thomas
Joni s, who spoke on the subltct, "Itela-
!:;.isS."d",hiS"KehrLns mannor' ite i ItXBnsa,pr!al,rl;uwcom:
lo-dav's seshltms will he held at the
Im Huptlst chuieh, loui.-r of Twelfth
and Haltlmore, and will Include more nor
inal ,;n I primury lessons by Mr, and Mrs.
beinelioth and a number of talk on spe
cial subj.fts by, well known workers in iha
,!.J CT, 1,V. lll'l.
The f.aluie of the evening mass meetinc
pi tinn John d Peak on
lng, and ufcsuiUig hiro of heartiest suppoit
tlnn't wait until sou uro ell k Ufora trrlni
Carter'" Utile, Uver Pill,, hut KetTvil a
oc. oucaa'tuke them without benoOt.
Tin: bi'tmisii itnr.s convocation.
lllgll llegrie t'ourerred nn n Large I lub
at ukterdii)'s ,elon.
The nineteenth to the thirtieth degreis
council No '
w.n- confetred ves.
will he a talk hi Hon John
'"Ihe Bible and tha JIokIuhsu l.,n
Thr.o of the most ititive workers In the
. nv.niioji uie Mr It II ..gBeuer and
Mr and Mn I. keuii Iroih. Mr u. ..,
1,. ii r i- tiniojt'iy finilUn wnh th wmk, llmluvlve lu De Molat
' " -" '"- 'i""i.i in orfaiiua-I fviiljshts of Kadosh,
. . Liin iiMoay at me jicottltli mtu convocation.
I lit " i iiiiiririyiwi t nu nuei (i i e
Ayvnnii ,n "" , T.". " V";.: """ "-.. '"""'I'.
IJIglicst Honors WorlU's Fair,
.iianiciei. oi j. tiinaur t a h....
i: 11,1. in and llllvo,. II ,. i."" '""li
Jopllii Mo. ' " '"l"', ul
'linl J. fj Slow-e. thlrtv.thtr.l .1, ,.,
I olnin.itiMt.r. nin, lHt.l uUDi,., v.. , "" .
i' iiitveni,, ti
1 I'Hiii thirtwsecfiml iluriu, Vim i) B.Ji'
ii.lrtj-jceomf degree. , and others This
tlutj-llrst degrea In the uonsfstoiV of
est..rn Missouri belntj coBfeiitd during
t a cvemng"' flUrtj-eecoud degree
,......,i J(, main, miner . ijiisty. Hut.
ton Crater, Nelson Mallet, of Trenton. Mo
Kllll Hiij-riu nf IIIvIhb, in., ,A 'V..
ja.kiii:x.H. itoirTtiVJK'tiy.K.., "
ah In v, n I.udwlg, fluorge Sy 8hlp. v 5'
olftctated, assisted bj Juepf
tliluy-aevund degree John V.
ty-secoml degieT William li
lef r.bkid tin. pocket of Mr- I n
, of bpringiteld aud 1'Ioru avenu.s
corner of Kinl, n,i m,h,. ,
eat;rday ufternoon of her purse, contain
ing 15. bliB rejiorted lh robbery to tin
MOST PERFECT MAUB.
A pur Gripe Gcvn cf Tirtar PovvJer. Fiee
im Ammonia, Alum or any ether adi Iterann
40 YEARS TH6 STANDARD. "
IMwurd Halley, n boy, was arrested vr
tmuiy on susnl. ion of entiling II i
I HI J 1,1118. V'i l I. p. I ii n f ,iv i.u
1 Men I ij night .i' I l im a I .1 i 1
i lug a part I h'liK ,f tl' t I u t iff iWi
iuuii'i nt iii9 iio -- fc-iyn
at vtuirui juuwn,
a. lit w
as lovlced up
The officers of the Mld-ronllnintnl Poul
try and Pel Stock Association tire In high
Rlee over the splendid showing of exhibits
now icady for Iheir second nninml show,
trhleh will open on Hip 2Tth of November
l the Priests of Pallas den In this clly.
Tim large number of locnl ptittlos Is cpf'
dally cncotirngltig, nnd when the exhibits
are In place at the den there will be n stir,
prising revelation ns lo the alite of the
fowls owned In the vicinity of Kansas City.
.Among the local exhibitors for tills 5 ear
there are m.ny well known Kansas i'lty
people, Mrs Mnttle Klmmel will show
over fifty birds, nnd will have more money
represented than nnv oilier local fnnclei.
rive of her bitds are listed ns woilh ."iiK)
each, and several others as worth half that
amount. She line Imported a. number of
sweepstake birds, nnd expects to win some
of the honors of the meeting. She won
several prises at the meeting last veal.
Pile hnM Huff Cot bins, both American and
Dr Shnttuck linn a pen of ntie Hlnrk
Irftng'hans; Hrlitor Ilntllllgton, of the
Poultry Journal, hns Plymouth Hocks,
Hlnrk Iine'shnlis, and some line pigeons,
11. K. Klrtlcy has lint red Plymoufh Itocls,
V, It. Andrtia hits an oxceptlotially fine lot
of llnrretl Plymouth Hocks, Secretary
Sluts', has about forty rowis entered, in
eluding Ml no tea 9 nnd Haned Plymouth
I'red II, Glover has more than n thou
sand fowls nt Ids rii.n ntnr Pnrfevlllc. nnd
has selecletl jirlre winners from twont.v-sl-c
different varieties, to be shown for prizes
at the show. Ho has some Indian gnmes
thnt rate high. Mrs. Hairett hn some
single comb llrown Leghorns that are tine
and Ivmulnr with fnnciers. She own over
wn fowls C, M. Ne(T nnd r? Lake have
a lot of line Partridge Cochins, and James
(Junrollo has llrown l-ghorns.
Mrs Prank Chick has a pen of tilt games
that aro consider, d top notcheis bv thoc
who have seen them. Dr, J, It, Casey pa
llet ts to have some capons nn exhibition
They will he shown, and ore certain to e
ilte gieat Interest among fanciers for mar.
Ket. Mr", scanmn has a pen or pit games
Mr. Ttcnnnnld has ftrown I.echoins. run'
Mr Knldvvin, of lndppendence, has Plym
outh Hocks, white anrf hatred. Mis. Illntm
Mnson, of this citv. has twenty-six Pluck
Mlnorcas Hint make us fine n showing of
that pietty breed us will bo Been at the
From Knnsns City. Kas , Iir. Hnncroft
will brine some huge Hurt Cochins, nnd
Mrs. W. .1. nudum will have ome Wyan
doltes nnd Plymoutli Hocks. Many ollu-n
ftom that citv will nWo be on hand with
fowls for exhibition. The list from Mis
souri nnd Kansas hns grown wonderfully,
and both states will have repiesent.itives
lu almost ever- class shown.
'X I J Ui- ii
I IC J
I General Harrison's Articles i
Explaining: "This Country of Ours,"
will begin in the next issue of
THE LADIES' HOME JOURNAL
10 Cents on all News-stands
The Curtis Publishing1 Company
"Can't See Through It"
That's what one mother said to her shopping companion
yesterday when they were lookintr at one of the All Wool
Knee Pant Suits that we are selling for $1.50. "You didn't
expect to, did you? The cloth is altogether too thick to see
through," the companion said, as she held it up to the light.
"I didn't mean it that way," said the mother; "I meant I
couldn't see through how they could sell those suits for a
dollar and a half here and they get two and a half back
yonder for the same thing, and I can't sec but what these arc
just exactly as well made.1' It bepuzzling, to be snrc, and it's
still more so when our salesmen tell you that our guarantee
covers goods 'till they're tested. They've got to wear, and
if they don't wear well you'll get some new ones lor nothing.
This is one of the best times in the world to test the sincerity
of what thc different clothiers promise to find out whether
all this talk is straight or not. We're trying to get your boy's
clothing trade, not so much for the little profit that we make
on a suit at $1.50, $1.75 or $2.00, but we want to get him to
trading Here while hes young, and he'll never let up w
iio.vni) or j:iuc.i ion .111:1:11x0.
""iivnral Contract. Let and Oilier Itn.ltie.it
'1 ran. icted.
Tine board of education met In rerjular ec.
-!iti jeaterday -afternoon. Messrs II. I.
Yeajrer, J. V. C Karnes J. C. J.unes nnd
J. Ij. Norman Were present. Tho contract
and liond of tho Co3 Heating and Plumb
ing Company for plumbing nnd Kas fitting
in the public library wns approved. The
proposition of the Excelsior Slate Paint
Comiiany to refMlr the roof of the Hum
boldt .school -was referred to the superin
tendent of repnirs lo report to the huildlntr
committee. The board ordered thnt tln-ie
would be no school Kilday, th day after
ThanksBlvlwr, and fcr the ciultm.i" holl
flaysc School would bo dlBmlsued Friday,
Peeeinber 20, nnd take up attain Thursday,
January 2. A picture of the Washington
school, the first of the Kniu-as Citv public
schools, tnken In 17, was presented to the
board by Mr. J. Durbln Paron..
The proposition of Hush & P.uxh, agents
for the Acme- fumlgator, to sell their fuml
K.itlng apparatus for fJ5 each, was filed fur
Till: JIAKIK'i I'lHl'KK.
Iir. D.tvii --ij-i He ll.is 'I ito Tempting Of
fet. tn Leave Politic.
It Ik not unlikelv thnt 3Iuor n.ivi' will
at the end of his pit-gent term Income
ither the president of a New Kngland ol
lege or tour the country under tho man
agement of a prominent lecture buieau.
The information was given by a close
friend of the mayor yesterd i.v, who t-.ild
that the offers had been made and that
his honor was serlouslj considering the ac
ceptance of one of them. When a--led
about tho rumor Mayor Dtvia at tlrst did
not seen Inclined to discuss the matter,
but finally practically admitted that the
offers had come to him. He refused to give
the ni.me of either college or the lecture
bureau, as he claimed tho offers were made
"I would hesitate to accept either, a that
would take me from Kansas Clly nnd my
friends here," he said
Importance or Ileulthy Itlood.
Every drop of blood that clrculites
tnrouga me veins eventually imomis a
solid particle of the body. Flesh, bone and
muscle nro merely solidified blond, and
upon the quality of the blood depends the
condition of the whole phvslcal -vptem.
Unless the liouid matfrlnl by vvhbh the
httmnn substance Is renew, d and nistninel
Is pure and nutritious. It Is Impossible that
the bodv can be healthy and strong cine
of the most important prop, rths of IIos
tetter's Stomach Hitters Is that of improv
ing the condition of the vital fluid when In
fected or Impoverished. Acting duertly
und powerfully upon the stomach, in which,
the manufacture of the blood is com
menced, and upon the llvc-r, vvhbh secrc ics
a fluid n.-xt in importance to the si-eam of
life Itself, this powerful vegetable tonio
und depurent hns an Immense induect In
fluence upon the circulation IP nee tho
extraordinary cures wrought by the Hitters
In cases of general debility malarious fe
vers, rheumatism, biliousness, constipa
Deaths and I'mic-niL.
M'rs. Nellie Curtis, aged 81 venrs. died nt
3190 Askew avenue at 10 o'r k k vistirdav
morning Death reulted frum tip. shoe k
suMulned fiom a surglcul op. rttlon The
funeral will probably be held on Sl unlay
afternoon, but It Is not yet dcr I l I wheth
er it will take place here or in N w York.
Tho funeral of Mr. nilz.t J n vci will
take plai-o .it 7 o'clock this nioi in g frum
the I tllon dtnot. Mrs. Boyd was a iiiter
of Mrs. T, J Ifigger. of Bt. oul-
William H, Bardtne, of n, Holmes
street, died about 9 o'clock M-tirday
mornlnsr. The body will be sent lo Nicols
vllln nt 10 o'clock this morning
Mrs. Phoebe C. Mtllroy, age,j M y, irsdl-d
at H'ta Wyandotte street at 4.) a, in. es
terday. Her husband took the lml to
Stanberry at ! o'clock lat night Mrs
Mlllroy had been undergoing tn itm-nt fen
some time In this city for e-ain i. Ht-ddts
her huobtnd, she leaves two dmghtis
Jtv. J. 14. Bhes, of lllue Mound. K:t,
dieel Wednesdu) at tha residence nr his Ms-ler-ln-lavv,
Mrs. H. 1. Sless, hrf Hillivie-iv
avc-miM. Th fum-rul will be held trom the
hmiso on Saturdaj at 8 a. m. Intennent
will be ttt QartieU, Ka.
Iltu Mimicry Sived Ills Life
Mr. P. Calllouette, druggist. Heavers
Vllle, 111. su: "To Or Jitg's Ne w T"
epvury I ovvo iny life. Was taken with l.c
Orlppe and tried all the phvslciaris for
miles about, but of no avail and wus glv, n
uii and told T could not live. Having Or
King's, New IJIseovery In my btoie I s. nt
for A bottle and bi'KHIi its use, and from
the llret dose began to get better, amj aft
er using three bottles w is up and ubimt
iiBulu. It Is worth Its weight in gold Wo
won't keep stors of house without It " tiet
it lo cent trial notiie at ji r AinoMs
uortliweft coiner j utn anil aiulu slieets
J OrlltUti', Palace, di iiir store. nortliw-s
corner Main and Twelfth siuets; Feder
mann V JIallar's, Oianigud Uiug ktore. i
Pi nlr.t I llerutv ( lull.
Tb Central Literary Plub of the high
school gave Its Usual TIiui.iU) entertain
ineul vesterday afternoon A unique feat
ure of the piogtamme wad that It was in
the torm Qf a roenu. although no phslc-ul
refres-hments were partaken of It stalled
ill with "Hlue Points on the Half Shell"
whli u Indicated "Thoughts From the
Detiu." bv Prancls e-iuiv ami c, .,
thioughout tha menu, the various Items In.
dlctttliie tho subjeets of dlbcoursu.
'Ihe City ?i!t I.lihle,
A few days igo the bo inl of public works
a-kei City Counc. ir M Oi.ugal whether
ih Itv was llalh if iir tn, j paument
.ipj. .iatn- inji.rc I it per n f hi- i.ua , r'v
li M Oougal t t'j e terliy that this
oint liud bei n deri t I v r au.l uci ugaiu
th .t Hi- city was not liable " '
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k iip nwi m
have any reason to and we'll keep on selling him his clothes
till he's an old man. Our profit is in sellinrr all trht. mnle
clothes worn in the family. Union Cassimere suits for your
big boy of 14 to 19 for $2.75 arc an interesting study for
Why will you suffer? Why will you die?
with Ithcumatlsra, when relief and a euro Is within .vour reach?
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Ordinary rlicumntlim It timnl br cvpo'iire to
dampsndroM wratlitr.iudclca clilluor ejtottirr
loclraftaofcold air wbrn the Uoelyfi jverfirteil
nd wet Ith awi-at, rtrierlnlly when tlirro Ih a
drpreaf Ion la health. t,d lmllntion, etc. This
cauieaadrranitornriitof tlio V-lilncjn anil othrr
prEana-tln-rfnil tu dotbelrdafj and llmrriult
liapolnonls left lathe blood, T.blchhc;tomt-. cit
ppiitcd In the Jointi, tenilonn, tht-ntln of mils
clc, etc. Xow, a rtK'cciful trc-atnicnt mut bo
juchthat tt win dlmol'n these polou and elln.
InateiUemfroiiitlictyncin.and thit li osnetly
n hat ltd. treatment doe a cure cannot be mada
(iti other way,
liemi-dles lnmimerahlo haTe he ea Taunted for
the cure uf rheumatism, but none wrro iecltln
Until thn cllarnvprv nt In, i:,,,, T r....
,, - - - " .m. ....UK, m. i. union
JiiirrMATTQ Clrb whkh Is uf.mM"d1y one of
i iiicKrcaiesruiHcovrrici inincannalFOf
I Hirillctuc. The euro IsEoniire andauc-
tea ccruim iuai i guarantco a cars
DR. HENDERSON, 101
(la recent, .cute or lnflnranatoryca?e no mat
ter butrlinrl) or ref unci t he mon-y, and. more thin
Ibot: I nlll Klio tWfornuy tise of rlieumaUim
thnt this treatment n 111 notliclpcrcurc.
It Khca relief from tho tlrst, and cbi-elti th
ferer rapidly- v en ono don ti III ct a relief, and
afeviloieiwlll fit e dei tiled relief. It aubdiies'
tbepnln tod awelllu- In tbo Jolati, niorement
bei oiacii-uir In lour or tiro da) i, end it c omiilclo
cure In nboat a T-eck often tn a snorter time.
Tbe AboTe Is the mull and wonderful action of
tlictrentme-it, as lnindredtof rises can testify,
aa hiindreclsof Irttrrtluiayposst-'slon'wlll show,
iinda test will prot e. Infnct, ton much t annot bo
tald In f ts pralne. as It Is no hunihiignni! It. Is not a
ruruforanydliieasii eicept rlHiimatl.m. fctato
ju,u tn.nmi.i pruci ror le-mis. nd stamps
v.iu,,,,-, nuicu ..iiiuiic; mil rarticu. e
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Dr. DoLop's "RELIEF FOR WOMEN"
IS b.U'i: AMI AMVAI-. I!ll.IAIII,i:.
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c n ,-. (. ii'. I in UioiiTiuli of . ti.-t it h ,," rt7ne.l
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Th IIurlliiKtbu Ituutu fiom Kaiiaos 1'iy
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to St. I.U111,, uniuald nervlit- on fait
tr.iln to I'lu uito, IncludltiK Cut., IjIi.Iuj
I'jr fcorvlrt-. -ulid train from Kumua 1 ny
to paiivvr vvitli Oafft lilnllHf Car for cvtty
incul, inaklni, it tho lilot dmuaMu fur
Tolorsdci .Hid tho Parillu c-oaat 1,0 it , It la
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hit, Kt. i'aill ,)iKl luntruiK)li,
Tor full Infurmmlon uiudy nt any titicut
otlltci or iiddrtwH II, U, Orr, Jvan city,
I.11111; llolnjud Olntruc tiiiiii.
It hati now hien Jl truly nix wt-ekH e:ii, e
thu Comlcjut- tlii-atar vvmi lidrnud und tl,
1 j lies of tin. ka mid ruliliU-li that fell upon
thu uldt-HulltK at thut timi) aro utill tlm,
1hl inak. rt Wulnut ktttut IibIuc-cii Tlind
und 1 'our tli pta. Uciillj luiidkulili, ab wll
an that puitiuu of l-'ourth uttc-rl next lo tin
hum. 1 liuild us. Thu alilewitlk lin.i...lor
claims that thu matter ii not within ),,,
t jtillol .111 I bliould he attended to hy Hi.
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Uut to buy it -and you v. Ill
STANDARD OIL. COMPANY.
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30 W. Uth
I'hotouraphea from life.
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tub rowi:nrui. mu Uay-
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