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TTTE KANSAS CITY JOUllNAi; KL'iVTUY. DKCKiMHHR 22, 1R9.I
SANTA CLAUS AT
THE WHITE HOUSE,
Tim joi.i.v ot.n sum cii.it or
llltlHl.MASI:s WITH IMlKStUltMtX.
llrtliy JlrKw nml III tlrrnmn Clirlttnm
(IrrrlliiR Tint Lincoln nml III I'IrIiI
Wlllt Hip rmiU-l.lttlp Nolllo
Arthur'. ClirUtiu.i Club.
(Cnpyrlnht, l!5. by Krnnk O. Cnrpontr.)
WH'liliiKtnn, Deo. an. lWS.-Snnt.i C'limo nt
tli" Wliltf llou.x! Jknv hl. relnil'cr tletU
Bnllup over tlio roof, nnd how Mm park ro
lly dnwn the great rhlmncyh, He hm
Vlilnl the plnrc so ofton Hint ho knows
Jnt Hie nlrt nny to Hip mriitiil floor,
where tin- liable leci, and down fitrlhpr
to the lilif room below, where thi fhrlft
inn tree Mnnils, ntnl to Hip wood ilreplaceii,
nhont wMeh Hip alocklm? of his Ituth nnd
little Kther ImtiK, lit' stop a tnometH on
Hip wny nnd taken ft perp nt I'nthpr Cleve.
laiul. The president l slPPplnB wiimUv,
hid rotund foim mnklnit n mountain of flip
bed clothes. He Up Upon Ills hfirk nml thr
nlcht l.t in f n thp intilp rnt n flekly
slow over liln worn fentire.i. Up look
weary nml old, for Hip troubles of Hip
olllrpci'kprs ntnl Hip are of Mate have
followed him to bed. A. S.mtn Clin look nt
him lil lutttthlmf eyes Brow orWn. Up
wlilppr to hlmpeif Hint oiipIi ii fii.-e will
iipvpr il for ChrlMmm morning, nml with
fppt whl.-h move the softer from Hip snow
upon them, Iip- ftep to tln Mile of thp
leephiff man nml over lit troubled fet
wnlk' 1 'Mf In- iK nnd In double flip Hip
.hlllren nml the Brown-tip mntvheil Into
thl rom. Th toy w.t not put on Hip
tree tint piled lip under It, an 1 Mnry lui.t
n '1o.pii ifi.iu, n i.y pinno nnd u roll doll
liinupkfpplnic outfit. Hen vn most de
lnhte. with n iv (Meant rnRlne, which
renlly wnt by Meant, mid puffed It" tttty
nwmt thr roam. Thprp were present, fur
the tin -Idem nml Mr- llnrrlon mil nil
thp while H,ue erV'ints. mi l Murk .tetry,
thp butler, 1 i-emember, minne.i nil iH.t
when he wn handed out nn order for n
uirKPy ana n jmir of tove. There were
nitme., In vhh the f'-yenroM I)r S.ott
bitty) with llltle Hen, nnd It. n and M irv
rei iteil (lerinnn poem nr Chrlini:is Kni-t-Itiw
to their urnnilpgrentii,"
'What!" nafil the llrownlr. tin hu ronn 1
eye (trew hljt. "Ilnhlin peii'!n tl. nti.in'"
"Yes"' rtM MiiiiIii i'lnn. ".Mnl these nro
Just Hip worrlo tint I little .Mnry .il I.
"nropmftinnin l)lr Oottpn t.rarn
Hluik I "inl r'rpiiml nuf nlli n UpkiII
I'ml (lenunillipll nller Pent
Zil len Prlioenen Welliiiclttsfr!.
Then Hnhy MpKpp Bnvp PomelhlnK of thp
mime Kinn in ine preimieiii. u wn wrincn
out In Herman text, ntnl It tend otinthitiK
".Meltieii flroddpnpii item llrlien
lint die ver.pii leli voWfiirlehcn
Here the HiowiiIp, who elilrtitly did Pot
llinlemtanil llerinun, broke In. "Ye ,
Suntn, tlutt l very iiIcp, but wnsn't it
rmlier ftllT for riiil'tninn?''
"Yp. iierliiipn fio," w nn the reply. "Hut
It milled the pri'l.lit, who, Jut liptxx-teli
no. In ii little bit fillft lllmelf lie xeldom
miiieii'U to ntiy one but Ilnby Mt-Kee no
W nipped lillii-elf nlinui the old mil tl n
heart H'.it the fxx-o inii'e tilt think of "Old
Abe' l.ltl'Oln stltrl lively little Till '"
Here the lirnxvnlp'n ey r w from pen
nl. Into .ie i m nnil blu roim.l tnoiith
oincil wblo until It bo'iime a bit; round
THH .MOST I'OlM'IiAR W ALti VK-
KTAHLKS in its shason,
i' fir' 'ill
SANTA ClyAt'S AT THH WHITE IfOI'SK.
res ho breathes his Christmas creetlnR.
"1'eaco on earth, Kood -xx ill to men!"
A he does ko the lue.Mdcnt's brow
cleaiH. Ills soul Is tilled xvithi the thouKht
of ChrlstmaB past, and In his dreams he
travels baek to tlio days xvhen hk a poor
pre.aeher's in he htiiiK bis Ftoekinff nt the
qhlmncj- side and prayed for Santa I'huis.
As old KrW Krlnnle looks, his own mem
ory brliiKs back that pletm-i; of lnnoreiieo
nhd f.ilth, and hisi heart feels even more
tender than before, ns he throws a 1;Ism at
little Uuth and Esther, xvho are sweetly
f1, pleeplnu In an. ndJolnlnR room, and pre--'
jiares to make his xvay throuah the llie
jilnee dox-n to the rqoms beloxv.
There he unloads his pack. Ho fills
Usther's little stockings and Rtulfs xx-iih
eandy those xvhlcb the fat le of little
ltuth hax-e touehed. laughlnjr as he does
FO nt the bit? stoekltiRs xvhleh linng he
side Hum, and xvlileh the chlldien have
liorroxveil for the time of their papa and
their mamma, for fear their own may not
be lnrfif enough. Ho decorate the tree
xvlth dolls and toys. He strings upon It
Rlnss balls of every hue, and xvlth tinsel
makes It shine like the silver and colden
bushes of fairyland. There are presents
by the hundreds for him to hani? upon iw
brnnrhej. The babies of the White House
have many friend?, and the most famous
of our statesmen send them Christmas
;llta Clam' Soliloquy.
At Int, however, the work Is done and
Santa Clans stops for re.Ct. He Is tired; the
n!j. lit is late, and the niornlni; is ulmost
dine. He biarted upon Ills trax'els xvhen
tin "and man Hist Iipkiiii to throw his dust
In sle-py eliildicn's eyes, and this White.
House vlsdt completes his lonjr nlKht's
work. He Finks baek In the president's
bin armchair, looks at the tree and talkw.
Ho xv his xvorda eanio to ma 1 dare not tell.
It may hnvo been that the toy phonoKraph
xvbieli xvas Intemled for little Huth, and
xx-hleh was placed upon the tree, recorded
them. It bus never xxorked since then, 1
knoxv, and has been sent baek us useless to
the store from xvheiice It came. I enn only
say that every w-ord Is true, and Hint tho
bis-eyed llrownle xvho (junrds the White
House children heard It ull and xvill cor
roliorale my statements.
Sold Santa Clans: "There, that's a Rood
Job done! How the children xvlll hop up
find own and dance about that tree! Hoxv
hole In his fnt, round face, as he casped
out: "And did you know Tad Lincoln?"
A Mnry or Tad Lincoln.
"Yes. Indeed," said Santa Clans. "I
knew him and I loved him. He xxuuled all
other boys to have as Kood times as him
self, and I remember hoxv one stormy
Christmas day he brought a croxvd of lmn
l?ry. ragged newsboys to the White House
"The cook, a surly, bead-eyed, thln-llpped
bachelor, was basting the OhrlMinns utr
key and hot mince pies tveru smoking on
the range. A saxory smell of steaming
dainties floated forth and made the buys'
moutli-i water. Hut the cook, xvlth anger In
his e.xe, raged at young Tail and told him
to talto his ragged i-o,uad nxvay. llow
Tad's eyes iiiished. He told the boys to
xxalt and ran off after his father. Me ttexv
up-.talrs, but his father was not In. lie
found him In the yard, xvalking toxx.ird the
xvar department and talking xvlth Secretary
Sexvard upon atfnlrs of state, and ran to
him and cried:
" I'npa! papa! Isn't that our kitchen,
ami eaiv't 1 bring those poor, cold, hungry
bo.VH in hero to eat?"
"ITesidint I.lneolii stopped. Tad seized
him by the hand and excitedly xvent on.
" 'Papa, I want tho'-e boys to have n
good, xx arm dinner. They are cold and
almost starving, mid txxo of them have
soldier pupns. And, papa, I want to tell
j on that I am going" to discharge thnt cook
if ha don't glx'e u some tut key and mince
pies. Saj can't I, papa? And Isn't that
"t remember," Santa. Clans xvent on,
hi great round stomach moving convul
sively up and down as ho laughed xxithin:
"1 renumber how '.Mr. Seward smiled mid
hoxv "Pad's fatherV face grew tender as
he told him to run along nml feed tho hun
gry boys. And Tad did feed them, too!
Hu stuffed their stomachs full nml loaded
them as they xxent axxay xvlth candy ami
xvlth nuts from the ptore xvhleh I had thrust
into ins kiockui;;.
Christum In Arthur' Time.
"Hoxv many Clirlstmiut mornings I've
spuit here," Santa Clans xvent on. "Here 1
came to till the stockings of N'clllo Arthur,
when her father xx'as ihe president. ne
wa.i a bweet child, too, and It xxas
thiougli her that thousands of poor chil
dren got their Christmas dinner, tiho or-
t'solut Holli ns n Kooil nntl ns n Mcdl
cine Kh Sovcrolsrn Medi
Scarcely nxv per
ron In ten but xvlitt
I" rotul of Apat.i
frtin. 'nioiiBh .
I' lied us n foivt, but
r xv persons knixv
Unit thoy are really
taking a inedli me.
Kreti' h (i. lentNls
fir till ivered tli.it
tho xvhnle tilatit,
but mora parll. u
birly the reot ami
bi rrle, contained n
nub.tt.m. p ktuiHli
both human being
uiil nnimal proved
Hip netlon of A
p.ir.iRln xxiiji dire. I-ix-
on tho kliltiex!!
tltpmselx-pa, nml hnt It t)0seppil lnarxel
ixut poixers of henhne and olrengthenlng
Hi. se urgun. and In n-l.tlng Hiptn In di
mg their nii.l important xx-ork of nller
Hitf Hie pol-.uno and Itnpurltlpi out of tho
bliMd nnd m.'-tlng them out with thn nrlne.
You yourself must have noticed the In.
erenseil Hoxv of urine nud the peeullnr odor
It llii, nfter 'oil have .aten Asjiarngtl.
Hut, of course, there Is very little or thn
niedteal vlitne of At.irarn, In the few
yhoots, or lop, eiiteti nt a menl.
It Is found prliicipnlly In the root.i, Hip
It led till., nnd the berries.
It l from these that the noxx" eelelirateil
lir Hobb's Apnrngii Kidney 1'llls are
mule, nnd In them xxlll be found tho ini'ilU
.il tirlticlple of the Asiiaragu. In tin pure-it
and most netlvo form.
The-e Utile pills agree xvlth the most
ileli. ate stoma-h, nnd make strong nnd
healthy kidneys, epnn nnd pure blood, nml
hrlglit. clear, active mind an nbsolute eer
iiiutiy. I'or sp.vnnl xvenknes In men nnd sterility
In x omen i hey nro an unfailing speclllc.
Ilfty cents per box from alt druggists,
or en lose .'.0 cents In stamps or silver di
rect to the
Interesting and In-
truetlve Hook on
Kidney Health and
lllood Filtering l'ree.
WE HAVE STUD
WE WILL DEL
00R STORE WILL PROVE A F
I VflBljHflOBa twaUkhaitbllKilL fP O V-
IED EVERY WANT AND TO HUNDREDS OF
VEH TOKENS OF KINI1I Y THOUGHT
IHm h i
UK CHATS WITH THE nROWNII!.
Tttitli xvlll scream with Joy and Esther clap
her huuds. How I'.ipu (irover xvlll grow
young ugulu and .Maiuina I'Vuiiees smile. 1
like the While Houso pest xvhen It Is lllled
with children, and 1 hope the day of child
less president!, haa passed axxuy forever.
Hoxv dreary these rooms were about eight
years ago, and hoxv they brightened xvhen
jxi.iry ami llenjamlii .McKey and the little
HariMus cume In. Wo had four good
Christmas days and four great trees, every
branch of xvhleh was loaded down with,
lliliy Mi'Kio' (irrnt Chrlitnuin.
At Mils the llrownle Jumped from out the
tree and sut down on the stool at Santa's
feet. He usked the old man questions and
Santa Clans xvent on;
"The tlrut treat day for arnndpo, Harri
ton 1 mean Christmas day. of coureo;
there are no great Uays but Christmas
the fun beiiun xvlth a big tin horn, blgxvn
by Mrs. Dlmmlck. At this the White House
family came together and lirt'ut Urandia
Dr Scott und Grandpa HurrUou formud
thui into Hue. Little lieu JdcKte and ilWi'
ganized n Christmas club, to xxlch the
rlclu-st children of Washington belonged,
ami Joined with her in inakiinj- presents
and In giving dinners to the )Hior. 1 xwindcr
If tlieru will not bo such a thins: this year,
Frances Cleveland, Jlollle Vilas und I'aul
Ine Whitney, xxilh oilier girls, dined S.ttrt
little t'hlldreu in this way ou Clulstuiuia
elglit years ago, '
"Hut that xvus eight years ago! Hoxv
tlmii doei liy!" enld Santa Plaus, as he
threw his great fat leg across his knee,
"Now Prances Clevelund Is u mother and
bus children of her oxvn. Utile I'.iullue
Whltux-y lias grown up and marrlwl, and
htr oxvn good motlier, xxlio has m.ulo so
many others happy, pas ikissi! ou to that
land xx here lifu Is one long- Ohrlstmas day."
X Idle lloute lolliuy With (iruut nml II iy
Hero Santa Ciaus dropped off into u doze.
His lieud fell sloxvly buck until it struck
the ia-k which ho hud hung upon the
chair. Ho Jerked it forxx-ard xvlth a start,
and as his eyes Hew open they caught
thuss or ill's, ilayvs. which xveia kindly
looking down from out n g.-ild frame on
the xvall. tild Siiiitn blew n kls up at the
pi t nro and xven; on talking to himself.
''l.h' re is a xvomiin xvho knew xvhat
Chrlsimas xvas. She made thl liouxe mcr.
ry ex;ery year that she xvas In It, und she
gladdened the homes of otheii.. ljverv
Christmas, she bought forty tnrkevs and
gaxe them to the poor. She had her Ohrlst
mas trees, and the day xum made merrv
"'"h fun nnd gnmes Tor the children from
daylight to dark. I liked the Haves bovs.
too, Santa Claus mused on. "Tliey xvere
health.x fellows and they did not put on
airs. It xx;ns the nlne xxlth those tirant
h ldren. Kred und Muck and little Nellie.
What ii crowd they xvere, and hoxv they did
make this old White House ring. Heneral
hherm.'in used to cume here Christmas
night and Cir.int and Sherman lclml with
the children In their game, nnd grlzzlv
Sherman alxvays watching the mistletoe
and . lalmlng a kiss from every prettv gill
xvho li.iii.ed to come beneath It. 'l al
ixas like I Sherman. He loved Christmas.
His li'iut xwm always young. He laughed
and cried when he xvas the nation's h-ro as
nslly ns he did when I lirst tilled the blue
Knit socks xxhlch he hung up for me so
many years ago In his Ohio home."
My." said the llrownle, "what a lot
you have t-een, Santa. When did ou llrst
"Oh." nsxvered Santo. Clans, "I do not
like to say. It makes me feel si old! It
xvas xx hen a red-haired, freckled-faced,
blue-eyed man named JnlTerson xvas pros.
Ident. noxv almot one hundred years ago.
He had no little children, but his mar
rh d daughters often came to see him
and brought their babies xvlth Hum. I
remember one bright Christmas day xvhen
there ixere six young children here. Dollv
Mndbon, xvhose husband xvas then In the
cabinet, presided nt the Christmas dinner,
and the babies, xvho bad less colic than
noxv, stuffed their stomachs xvlth eran
beiry tarts, roast turkey, mince pies nnd
"Dolly Madison xvas also a staunch
friend of mine," Santa Cuus xvent on.
"She giivo so much on Christmas that she
xvas nluiOFt a Santa Clans h. rsclf. I'm
sixteen years she xxas the mlslress heie.
for she managed .the While House dur
ing the days of .lefferton, a xvell as xvhen
her husband xxas the president. She ivii-,
I think, the prettiest and the kindeM
mlstrexs that this White House evi r ha!.
Her hair xxan black as Jet; her eye. ci
ulean blue, and her cheeks xvere ,os ios
as those of that china shepherdefs xvhh Ii
hangs there on the tree for little Hut her.
She wore a gray silk turban, though she
was a Quaker girl, and her parents dress, d
Wultliigtoii' Moid Meinnr.ihle Cbriil inn,
"How about Mailnm Washington?" sal I
the llrownle, "and little Uiorge, xxho
never told a lie."
"I.lttle (ieorge grew- big long before tl Is
house xvas built, ' was Santa Clans lopty.
"And (Ieorge and Martha never lived a
night within It. Their Christmasses, when
C.torge xvas president, xxviv spent In Phil
adelphia, Nexv York, or at Mount Vernon,
and the presents xxeie all made to the
Custls babies, for tieneral Washington
had, you knoxv, no children of his oixn.
It xvas on Christmas day In IT'S that
Washington enme home, after the Kn
gilsh xvere defeated and peace declared.
Uii that day he took olf his military
clothes and put on tho garb of a pilvato
eitUen. The uniform he kept. The coat
and breeches you may see In the National
museum, and the very s-tockiugs uro pre.
served among the relics at Mount Ver
non. I've tilled them several times for
little (Ieorge and Nellie Custls. They
xveie of silk, and longer than the ax-eiago
Andrew .larlcHon's ClirUtiiitiM,
"There was another great general xvho
was president. 1 mean that tali man there,
Atldrexv Jackson, " said the llrownle, as he
pointed to a picture on the xvall.
"Ves." replied Santa Claus. "I knew
him. I pitied him, for ho had no children.
Still, he lox-ed chlldien, and xvhen his
adopted son had a baby bom to him ho
was tho happiest man In Washington, lie
uel to nurse Hie baby xvhen It had the
colic, and ho hoiuetlmes wheeled It up and
doxvii the east room for hours at a time.
Ilo had a lot or cninucii xvmi nun mm
In the While House, and he xvns as much
Interested ill Christmas as the babies xxere.
lie would sit nnd smoke a clay pipe as he
talked xvlth them. lie would tell them all
aUiut me, and bow 1 came down the chim
ney. I have often watched him, and I
have seen his wrinkled face grow soft ami
gentlo as ho IoakiM into the Hie and saw
there, through the smoke, the hard, rough
iliiys of his own poor boyhood, when lie
lived so far nxvny In tho xvilds of North
Carolina, that Christmas passed unheeded
and presents seldom came.
As Santa Cl.ius tnld this a ray of morn
Ing light jumped through the xvludoxv at
his back and caught the gold of the little
llrownlii's hair. It luayeu a moment upon
the mirror of tho doll's bureau xvhleh Santa
had hung upon the tree for little Huth,
and then in saucy mood Jumped baek and
put lis llery little list in old Sanla't eyes,
As Santa Claus lecelved the blow ho
blinked, lie sprang straight to his feet
and without a word rushed up tho chimney
anil out onto the roof. Tim Hnnxnle heard
his reindeers gallop olT, and then ran out
himself just In time to hear thu prattle of
tho xvaking children overhead.
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1 10 cents per weeto.
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I' 'Dr. Delap's New Tonic Pills."
Produces the above result In 20 PAYS
NO .ON'OHM1 It a. is iowiTfullv
und .pin lily, fined others, win iUf
yuii. Yuuiik nun will i-f(j,iln th-lr li.-t
lllilllllUIIII UUU UHI Ull Will M'). k:
itieir .uiiiiiiin niior. It oul.kly mid
positively ur.-.i .NKHVtJI'S.S'KsJK
LllUSed flom .Sees, !! ot lull..'....
or other stimuli tits. Itestoreo l.nsT
l'UWHK AND VITALITY. l.MI'U
TK.S'l'Y, NlilllTI.Y K.M1SSMN8
I-'AII.INH Mi:.U)ltY. WASTINii PIS-
KA.SKS and AI.I. i-lfeets of s-elf-nlni-e hi
in t. . h nnd ilKllm-ri.tliiii ti'M. l. ..,. 7l
Ills one lor mnri'l.iKe, liusln-ss m W
btmly. It not only eiiies by strilviiiit i
ill ill" !' ". "" tiio.-.ini', if it I II IS II fi
nr..nl Vl.'ltVU TllVIl' nn.l lll(.,,iT!'
l'l'ltlFIIHt. II luliiKS bore the I'l.N'IC
(il.OW TO l'AI.IJ i'HUIOKH mid re
adies the FIHH JF Yul'TII. Insist
on your dniKulst Klvlnt; you Di;.
I.AT'ii no other Is. nu.il as t ,,
piep.ireil lioui the pri-Miiptlon of Pit
DK 1.A1'. the ureiit I'len.-h phyci.
eiati who nasi hud Unity y.-ar
praetl.e. Iio.iiiial and oil), u, In 1'arn,
oil Nervous piM'ilsia. Can be e.irried
In vest pin Ket. .Sent by mall (M-.tidi
pnslnae paid, $l.(l paeluiRe. or SIX
i'ACKAHKS FOIt ".(. WITH A
U'lH'lTHN IH'AIIANTI.'IS Til I'uSl
TIVI.I.Y UU'UIi OU HHFU.N'D TIU.
For sain by
JOHNSON BROS,, Druggists,
1107 Jlaln Street, Kansas City, Mo.
STUOEBAiiCER BROS. MFG. CO.
t L HA.
1 .Sl'.li US' TIPS I'niMt IS Till. I l-.ST l! . VSJ II V IN
The M- r. x.t.le i
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Ch.ia . l.au.b. W
.1 i -i imy Hi. if me u , .
ii u-.ir 1.' It Ite
ni abi VJI U. t Mil.
tl.. I ill" w nl Ml- ItCAN.
Mur. .ui'.li i i.,.ir in, ai i.oo.s.
I HI bl . K.io is t tj .Mo
Wholesale anil Re
m inn uruyyist.
COR, 5TH Si.lTJD 2JZA.XVT ST.
I liny linn;., lor Hie litnelll ut my i iitmui'n. Call nnd Ket price
CJummo, 1J- ix v ., par ounco ..45c
Swansdown. pur box Oc
i ?t ja!rCT3yjc.,zyy'tg$ft
Eiit Wing N. Y, Wh Bldg,, KANSAS 0ITY. M0,
Kock-ieepinp, Bhortlun.l, Typewriting, Teleg
rapby, Csglub Unicchcc, Modern L'.iauagfs, etc, at
lo'.vc:t Mm, Catalogue free. Telrpbouo 1 174.
J, I, BWLDIKO, A. Mi, President.
HAY AMI MlillT ht'lKMII.h.
AT THH HOTKU
AT THH HAUIIFlIt SHOP,
AT THH IKiMII.
Till! bll.VKU IIIWl.l. CO. Klio jour Mian
I'ltrilli, I'llle, II en I III j York,
Silver Towel & K. C, Towel Co.,
A. O. FlJItKiatSOX, Prop.
THH OIL. THAT 1.1IIIU1C li:S SI out IS
bTII.lt JlANlH'AC'llHllIU IIY
VflGUUM OIL GO.
Hut to buy It and you will net It In Its
original packuuvs go to
STANDARD OIL COMPANY,
Richards & Conover Hardware Co.
Cutlery. Iron, StecM, Wagon Wood Work, Nails, Guns and Am
munition, Scales, Etc.
s.imtlie:i Corner Mflli nml IVjniiilntlii Sl hiuu:i rilv, llo.
Mi &nr- Awn lot
Safe. Certain, Reliable.
Tar better than Tansy or Vnn royal
1'IIU mid all blnulnt medU'lueH,
St'tVHSSl'ri.l.V iiMd In ihous'imlu
of i-iibes. It Is a SlitK and .NHVHK
l'AUtl.NC. remedy. HHAUANTHKl).
Sent promptly Iseal.'d). poalaK" paid,
on receipt of Jl.W. AVOID FAlItl'ltlJ
AND DISAl'l'Ol.NTilKNT. i'repaied
front the formula of Did Dr. IK-1. up,
of l'arls. Trance, tpceiallst In female
complaint!.; S) lom; years' pr.ictke,
Oltlee and hospital.
I-'OH SA1.U HY
1107 iltilu Street, Kausas City, My.
I'or r-palt-hitr 1'ur
n a cos. It u. u os,
ritoves, lite. Mtinu
1228 Union Ave.
Cji Tette.t Free.
1030 MAIN ST..
SJMia t'lty, Uy
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. . rr-
.-. ira p
uuu u is ucn.
tiarr!ortB of.Jllie country,.
una I tnaao up or mey " urtivy, uuu wiey corne i
vtWii'vi cralnlih6Mfl largely .tgcgtpyi lu,
Tn pnl ft wteu.