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Happenings in Missouri.
Encnurag th Msn.
If a ra; of egg Id the Oaarka In
worth two boxes of oranges In fall
tornla. and th Otark hen In aa pro
ductive aa the, California orange tree
why go any further? That ia cu of
the Ides thai was pioinulgated at th
Missouri Land and In.lni.n1al con
gress. The congress shouted for Mia
aourl. U was conducted under (he
sujiertlslou of the Missouri hoard of
Immigration. In Southern Missouri
there are thousands of acres. of vn
developed land that may be pun-based
for from f3.!0 to $12 an air. The
board of Immigration l urging real
ritate as nii and Immigration airents
to run noun seekers' excursions to
thee cheap productive land A lit
tle brass hen suspended on a pin. that
may be worn on the coat lapel, ta one
of the emblems of the congress. Mis
souri produces millions In minerals
and cereal, but the hen la the great
est source of wealth. I.ast year she
topped the list with H5.000.000 In
eggs. And the Oiark farmer la being
urged to encourage the hen In her
ambition. The hen will grow and
thrive aa well In toe Oxarka aa la the
counties of more congested popula
tion that earlier were developed by
reason of the early ea.es of the railroad.
Spend More for Agriculture.
Missouri suouiu spend more money
ta encourage air rlculture," J. C. Swift
of the Kinm City Commercial rlub
told the Industrial congress. "The
university and the aKricultural col
line should re-ifclte more encourage
ment In way of appropriations
from the na'e legislature, s'u
men as F. V. Cohurn of K4ti
Select Aaaambly Grounds.
A committee chosi n by the I'resby
teiian Synod of Missouri to seWt a
silo fnr an annual assembly ground
announced that a HWacre tract, near
HnllUter. Mo. on the White river,
about fifty miles south of Kprlngfletd,
had been selected. The a) nod coal
mlllee, which was named at Kirks-villi-.
Mo, a year ago, will le the
first board of directors of the assem
bly company. The cumpuuy will be
tncfivporatiH with a raplial s'.oek of
I'.u.uoo tu be dhld'd In fifty thousand
sh ires Hi $1 each. The buildings and
other Improvements are exported to
cost ::,0,l)0. contributions having
been promised l,y wealthy I'resby
. rlans In Missouri, Arkansas. Kansas,
Oklahoma and Texas. The buildings
will Include an assembly hall, dining
hall, rc-cita'.lon hall and bungalows
I'arks and drlvea will also be estab
lished. The Modern Woodmen, tl.e
T. M. C. A. and the V. W. C. A. of
Missouri which already have state
camp iltes at lloll'.ster. will eo-opera'e
with the Presbyterians In building the
assembly hall. Annual assemblies
will be held at Ho'.llster by the Pres
byterians and noted men of that and
other denominations will be obtained
to deliver addresset The committee
which chose Holllster Is composed of
th Rev. T. J. Itaron, Springfield; the
Hev. E. E. Stringfels, Springfield ; the
He. O F. I.alley. Kansaa City: the
Hev. C. C. McOlnley. Independeiire ;
John Montgomery, Jr.. of fiedalla. and
J. M l aiterson of Sedalia.
Muat Obey th Wifs's Order,
A te-ba! notice by a wife to a si
lutu: keeper or his agent not to
eh en- i '"'r husband IntoxIraJng drinks
as that jir.vdu.-ea audi , v.,..,...,
i u .-. I. .xt ir,,, b ,! in rts-.4a.v- til
if he violates her warn rrg. Tins in
re in a i n 1. 1 u i u e i a - i u , . . . . .
department. Iet Miss.uiri su etirour
age her jircfessurs in :? agrleuPuial
a. hool that thvy will nc- be tasen
away to other state by bet:r sal
aries. In one ear ua or 1!'..:k!s
fjM-nt more money to teach and en
courage airxicuitor than Missouri has
sptnt In '.he last 3S yeara."
GREATEST COMET CF HISTORY
NOTHING tVf KNOWN LIKE THE
DIftAV IN WMTfHN KY.
Prof. Larkln tas It Is k.arp,
lgn body Ever In tolae ystt
o Far as Known.
0'an Bide, California. Prof. Kdar
l.urlen I.srklii, of .Mount Ixiwe, speak
ing of the comet A 1910 said:
"The huge comet now la display
north of the sun at sunset Is the larg
est foreign body ever In the su'ar
sjt in so far Is knowu flare the
art of writing wjs discovered. Krotn
tlie benlnnlng of T.lnee records, II.
t. I'juO and Chaldean, suih a io!oal
cornel has it"t been mentioned
The. coun t proper, is not the larg t
on rirord liut i(t at'etidant mans i
luminous matter la wider In area than
can be conceived of by vivid l-nagi
natlun The ara of the sun Is alxiut
oneflf'h of a njuare degree but the
area of the luminous she t of Uia'ter
high above and far to the aou-h of the
coiuet la no lets than l.oOO square degrees.
"The comet a: t unset roughly estl
msted was 25 degrees In length. The
length was ventral but the stein as
pot less than ten sV-grees in width,
leaning toward the south.
North of the comet'a length the
sky was normal but far and away to
ward the south for 10 degrees and to
ward the ieiil-b, CO degrees, even
to Saturn, the entire sky was covered
with brilliant matter. No such thing
Is recorded In the biftory of man.
"This comet Is magnificent beyond
all jiowers of description. The nucelus
is of enormous diameter and we are
now making hls'ory that wi'.l erdjr
for ages "
AGO HE HAD LESS
THAN 3 DOLLARS
Pleasaiff. Bmsl. BieIcia
FyTt;p of Fis n! IV.iiir cf
1 F'Ttna ja' to the cu',:;jel
ME It NOW ONE OF THE HiCMf 8T ,n,j wtH-infortriH an-i tS
FARMERS IN SASKATCHEWAN,
ArriTD la Ca&ada In Jtl. yu.t
elgbteo years ago, K. A, Oui!tf;u.la !
could speak tut Lis aatlie lacgag. ;
ll Is KrBrrjTin. He bad b-;t :
a little over two dollars la Lis xkt, ;
thus being short ovr seven dollars of 1
He ten dollars required to assure m-
try for a homestead of one hundred ;
axd sixty acres. Me eetituai!y bor
rowed the money and Hear Forget, i
gabkatrhewan. be started 11.' la Can- ;
ada oo the homent'-ad to which to-day i
be Is the fortunate powaeacor of fifty ;
filthy Waii if corrpCfOfTtt
jarts are sirjjj.'e an! mh',!e
lonif aril tarauve it attt ait
ivl di1tirbir)f th natural r,:n.
tons, as it is hot!y fttt from
tvrrjr o'.irtli'r.iMe rjva'.'r cf
su'tSA.'ice. In i: j.rxijr:vn a
j.Vavant ani rc!rt.?!n )r'jj
cf t)ie fig cf C';.r-'r?ia it tint'
t'l with the laxatite arv! rar
fTitnative frcfTt!4 of certain
j 'ants knoisu to aat rr.ost l.-ene-ficii'i!y,
on th hitrr.an 'iri,
when its gert'e c!-ar.ir.j i Je
tirei. To fret its tnefw::al tf-
quart, r sections of land, or t.Of.'O acres.
Now Mr. Uuillomto did not acquire j feds, always fcjy the jena:r.e,
all these acres a a result altogether of j taT lav t. a-t re,cah!e !r-r-
- - -
cite ;e oriiV, t.me
upoa w Lat lie waa doing oa 6 la v - -
Umlud area, be waa aaTing. caxrf-al. I ot the company Ua..i-irr.ia
and bad foresight. Surrounding land j fig ?yn:p Co. is a!way plain
could be had for about IJ.0Q pr acre, j J, printed v&jn the frottt of r-
eitenalTC He looked with satlafao- ' '
tion upoa w bat he waa doing oa bis '"'X c
HOLDING THE CATTLE BACK
substance, was the opinion of the
Kamai City court of ajipea's. handed
down In a Jackson cour.ty ca?e. Mrs
Pteita Kar.ey was given a Judgment In
the circuit court against John Schmidt
j a shMiiikee;wr at Sh rfl Id aud h'.s
' bun injen.
To Savs a Light Monopoly.
A Re.lv.l of Tobacco F.rmin,. 1 The validity of the IJO.WKI electric
; light bonds voted by the cltisena of
Mon I. gaining prominence as a . l.,,.l;,rotll) t,n lH.c,.mbrr J3 ,, .ttacked
tobacco market The Auien. an Tvi- j a (u) tl(lj bv jvople's Gas and
barco company baa erected a large , vlrr,r,c n t!rru: rort.
warehouse and is filling It with U- rhm ,, alleges that the issue
bacco grown In that vicinity. ' ,cuij ...reed the cltv s debt n.aWlt:
power. The city has an assessed
dav recently W) wagons loaded with
(obaito were on tru striata at one
lime. It remit ded the c'.d Settler cf
the Civil war limes when Wcstou was
a steamboat landing for tobacco grow
ers. The American Tobacco com
pany has also estabi-.shej a ware
house and buviug station at lh-ar
born. The Misx.url Valley tx-tseen
Atchlsuti and Uivnsoris pronils-s
tu l.; orw. a great tobacco growing
district. Nearly every farm In the
territory has elected a tobacco barn
to tlie last year
Kansas C'ty Theaters.
At the Will's Vovd fT the week
tv alrit.lng Suivday, K. b 6. "Hrwwster's
Millions." will be the attraction. The
jilay will lx resetited by the same
east wbdh won sucrets !a the long
runs at New York and Cblcago.
James T. lowers, la the London
Calety musical play, Havana," will
continue at the Khubert during the
week of February The music of the
play Is by the composer of "Klorodora "
and he continued buying as his sst- ;
lr.gs would permit, until bow ha has !
f.fty quarter sectJoDs, some of which )
he can sell at $2100 per acre. I
Threshed Fifty Thousand Bushels. '
This year he waa engaged In thresh- j
1st on his place for is 4 days. lie
threshed out &0.CK-0 bushels cf wheat. :
of which he sold Si.CK'O bushels, ooe
train load, at a price trarrlns; from M :
to t cents per busheL. lie has oo :
hand still ie,bo0 busheia. in addition '
to wheat he raised 30.000 bushels of
oata, "M0 buhhels of barley and 10 ,
bushels of flag. He owns 104 torses ;
atd a cumber cf rattle, hut since the
coniu ruction of the railway he has
been tcgiigr-d cLU-Sy In rals.rg wheat
Ttla year he bought his first thrth
iLg ma.hice. paytrg for It the sum
ply the Kansas City hve stock mar- fof Um ,a n ly,
kets with must of i-s cattle seem to paJ.,n)f for JlR.1 ,n Mton
have thrown down ti:e gage of battle u-aving X'0 to the good. The
both to boycottcra and to pavers t,.ber was very frojltious for farm
Ouly 6 W..0 steer. e-e rece.ved. thr.shiBK tol m tlz, day U!cg jOEt
against ll.Oeo Mcr.day and the fame ,n tfae m0 ,hica ,tre tpellt
number the neat day. and prices ,n lijg ork xte ,beat av.rag-ed :3
which have been coqjeitmg toward , bu,b(1, , ;h(s ,cre ,nd (rraJed No. 1
lower figures, sj.-edily rose. The mar- No , NortberB, in the paait nine
ket opemd slow and closed j years seven good crop haTe heen har
Mrong with ac-ive buylr.g Tested on tbla tana. For six succea-
"!ooks as if war la declartd. a I fh-
that U in the years l01. 1S02, lo:,
104. 1S-05 and 1S06. In the to fol-
ery package of the genuine.
ia fa cSvnJD (5.
.M FRANCISCO. CAL.
Smalt Receipts at Kansas C'ty, Keeps
the. Prices up in Spite of Boy
Kansas C'ty. Mo - Mih-oiri r.r.-!
Kaunas firuiers and fi-ete-s who fu;e
commission dealer aald. "The farmer i
apparently is golrg to hold up his
rattle, whether he can afford it or not.
IDs salvation lb s in kceplr.g -h ;i;ar
WITH A JAR OF
rT f S..-.J.
S 4 m-jm
f : e .a
ia trw houie ton have a cu.i ceruv-a rrr-.eir fc a." 'uxa e Cvseasra.
A ftw ayi'jcatioris sr.J reucra the worst case itcrar ji.
50 tts. a Jar f aa Dncrnts. r seat eSrert cat recn4 sf prw.
HXSINOL CHtMJCU. COMf WT. IUHtOsI, MO.
'aol Meicatd Shavir Stick awahea aba tog easy.
"CROPE THROUGH A CRACK
ARE NEAR A FAMINE IN PARIS
Would Give Lands te State.
Mepcesetitatlve V. I'. Holland, of
Kansas City, has liitroj.x e.J a bill
In congress which provil-s t.ir turn
Ing over of all of Cie public lands lit
Vlsaaiuri to the State.
One Convict Each Day.
Want Or. HUI to Remain.
There was a mass moling at
eviirl house at t o.uinbla to l.-st-.fy
tba: lir. A. K.wa lllll, prelde:.: f
Ml-aiuirl uuh.rsny. is tiling t tie
valuation of ninre than a million and
a half It has only fifteen thousand
dollars of outstanding city bonds.
Tl.e I'eople's Gas and Kiectrlc com-
Pn l.a the Itr.h'trir monopoly there j
a-, present. Its chief owners being i
Jn-.lpendenrr, la, men. The light
bom! lne was voted by aa lrimn use j
u:altrl'y and the injunction suit is an lot fi.sn meat ar.d veKitailis
ui. .( uar mm e
lowicg yeara there was a partial fall- ;
! ure. Aa the years haTe passad the j
i quality ot the bullditgs cn the farm Ep Had at Least On. Idea ef
i hare been steadily ImproTe-d. and are Mo- H, M&9 Ml8ht Mv
! row as rood aa can Ve found In the : Cot
district. About $10,000 has Veen in-j " t . . .
Tested In thla way by Mr. OuiUomln. i Efi-raim had two bogs which
e gept in a ih d ai i&e rear rs-.u u. m
WW L L MM. m Osm arw
sw Ma WCSisS full
Unldtntiflsd Mn Killed.
An on! Jeutllied man was killed by a
Hurllngton train between IJberty and
Hrb-.ii. lie waa walking on the traik
aud was not si-en by the engineer urr.J
the train was loo close tu be stopived.
T.'.e lii ll wute gtHd clu'hes aird bad
a small sum of uune in his pockets.
I.-tters were found upon him written
by relatives lu Chicago and Minnesota.
He la thought to bate !cd in Kansas
The fcrra consists cf S5 acre, of
which about 000 acres were under
crtp this season.
The Latest Scheme.
"That lis butel will have red wall
j.ler la all the rooms."
Flood Has Cut Oft City's Food Sup.
ply and Prices Are
Tarlv Krati. e-l arts l l.ericri:t:g to
fell t.'ic pii, h if bunsi" The su.; !
ing, aiid prices are soaring to famine
figures Some avaricious bakers, who
attempted to double the prhe of hrtad.
were roughly handled artd to
. f ll...n. I. (-..a n In.. V..t.A f.
.' . " Important to Mothers.
inaramon F-,m;ue cart fully every bottle of
1'rerriler ttrland arrd the 'I'ln rbr cf , CASTcHIA. a sfe aud sure remedy for
finance. M Corhi-ry, after a rousuVa- j Infanta and children, and see iLal It
tton estlmst'd tV.at the fl.nvd o. j pearg Q
woutJ evi ied I Ji'O.WP coo
I'arls has bu n ihv.ded luto 6v sec
tlons, esih In charge of a miiparr
coutuiaiidi r wbj will control C.e reli. f
i and re vrue w urk
little lot. Tbey were t-f the "raaor
bak" variety, and a! though they were
f. d bouctif ally with kifhen waste.
It seeci.-d impv:ble to p-t acy fat
on their att. nuated frames Or ir.vra
ir g ween he went ojt to feeS thea
tfc.y were tol there They hid i.t
'So that when the guenta kill er appeared, leaving lo lw to the man-
v4 T! -a
S Tlfc- -e e - y
11 . . Ulyw c. m IA"
.atl e I i- tu
t-aaa ia) 4a be L -a gpmk
alaw W tsret r awats
sr 4 -a as "
Isbsm wm rwau waf 4v.
tU it t W aWva --ssMkw
HDV'lllflS. 11 HODt MiOW."
For a Big Dam at 8t Louia.
A deep hnrUir. tit means of a dam !
from which ma lie developed more
thau oli.t hundred and fifty thousand
horsi jwiwer Immediately, and .'.oo.otiO
horscpowrr event '.M II . Is planned for
St l.,.u'.s by l.jman K Cooiey of Chi
i.igo. If cniigres apptoprlalea money
for a deeper Mississippi r'ter channel, j
A CONFERENCE OF GOVERNORS
The Meeting m Washington a Pro
nounced Success it Has Corns
Carthage Uses Its atone.
(arthage will .u hate another !
the j i mn,fi utM.e bull II:, r co.t.pleted to i
add to Its already king list of snow
while public structures. II is d,. tu.
oou federal bulld lig whb h Is bnllt on
WasMngton, U t' Nothing In
the two liou-i s f congrrrs has be. n
so Interetthig ai d etgrijfl. ai.l as the
adjournrii'iil f the third hoime tlie
house i.f got . mors w hi. h with d'.plie
matte modesty rhosca to den.'inliia'i j
lt.Ka.L. U W H tut
f rtQZjf&cil I answered
ner in which tt.y had cade th;r e
cape. What a the matter. Vncle Kph?"
ir.cjuired a teighbor. ootirirg the deep
deletion with which the old man was
kx.kti.g down Into the empty pen
dece gone, ati." be
if Upwaroa cf 1ZS MUieoa
I V-4--J Bseabeta ot Waeat
1 tfi !. ....1 tm ssww. a
S" t - .J 4 ( r-o . a. .-
f-' ''f-a.. .h -w... .. Mw v... .
I i -m "tri. hi S i r- m r.
IJi Si t S - Sim Wiil-t.vo arm
W hS tm Um iS.m. il.lit t
In fae Kor Over lears
The Kind You Have Always ItougkL
"No. sah. I dcin't see no slgtis dat
- , acytKKly tuck em. j
He loves his country tst who " Ind they climb out ptr the tcp?" t
strives to make It best IngersolL ' "So. dy cvtsldn 'a !oc dat "
"Mow do you think they g. t away?" i
Kn. WImM-1 sKJ.if srnr -Weil, sjvh." s:d t mle Kphraitn. i
biMiM.kiuiHii.ntMij iskaavuMk ; "my 'pinion Is dat d-iu bawgs kitrd o'
: iats d d. lrsel.es up cn a'Jge au crt p
through a era. k Youth's C.rni-pALton.
ai v ti
1. -9 V -
i wm. s-j.
iwl -. w
S r.bp m
. , tut Ml. I V Cl . .
lm . . w,
CV. , m W iam til .a
1 1 rsoa
a. ta a sa aswt. um sw
r n iii in
Hi i.lih may l-e wealth, but that Un t
what makes the dcrtora rl. h.
1'ird.r. the f"toj
-axibuai sle y..tt.i.'At.'.
We a'e riev. r too old to acquire the
At arc rat the L-nVbga,: wn ac-
C iim-d n or fame (han the ttrimiia
Ir. Thrr who s-sjd heme ar.d ws de
I r sell ttie t OUT' n li
Th.s conferi lire
a.iased U he b ates Hie nice i f the 'g. lot surround. .J lit uiauv
State. It was slated at the meeting, j tiut'iltugs The Cntnctlc llbraiv on
aud Inor-otati-d later In the n-o!ii- I lU jp-n.-r. ih n. vtn,e tlicat.-r now
tlops adop'e.l thai lir 11.11 Is c. i.t;.! ' i,rta built m the mil III side and a
erlug a Call to the I'lilterMty of
Mtiiiiea.ila. I...HIU attending tl.e
mass me'iltig axpresseU the hope that
lir. lllll will liol sever his connect ..us
with ih I'nlt. rslty of Mltaourl
I .a r s; Hone i t!;. c l.ulUIIng on the
soulh. rnd many more largo bulhliris
wlit.h will wood go up til that l.-ln ty
nuke !l the imvot beatitlful pail ef
v of ilot erliors
of goterniT l.i
iind.'iihtedly rome t.i stay and to
'he public aud tin states In its tl vl
ilolrpi ndi lit einwl It has i'U's.'iis. n
tlie espi-ctatlou of Us ..rclnal t le
nt, n. a. and '. n.is and hen. efoi ward
a gnat ati.t .tpaiid'i.g for.e in 11, e
g it -: nun lit
I "97ie Blood is The Life"
Orators at William JtweU
Wlll'ain Jewell oll.-se will tr.tr-l
taU the Missouri
Oratorical Content in
Bt'uiJi-nt. in co:iete ju;er, w 1:1 put-, r0
Start on an Electric Road.
Work has bn-u started on '.hc
lub the state number of
eat association this year.
. .t in n di ut.-u v.ai.1-11 mi .nt 1 ii-
lliter-Co!!e,lat tr, .Mrr house of the Mexico. Santa
March and the j y 4 iviry Traction rompitit a . Ic-
fl!iind a'. MihI.m. Tlie l.'ini ouo
he O'l-aiorr ' n. c. svary to biill.l th.i roa I was aub-
! scribed In bonds several w.-eka ag..
I Mi xl.ti cillteus at one public iue;lttg
City Water and Sewerg tor Ctntralla. mWribcd a:.or-S of Cue reiiulred
lly a majority of ( to I, a ICi.ooo J ,mmirit. It runs north from Mexico 10
onl Issue tor water works and a
f JO.OOO lnd Issue fur a sewer system
was voted at Central. a The vote
stood 371 for and C2 agaiiisu
T Arresta for Train Robbery,
Two men were arrested at Jefferson
City at the Instance of a Mlsaourl I'a
clflc fireman, who suspected they
were Implicated In th tralu robbery
t Kureka. lloth men have furnished
th authorities with a list of the
places they have been since Friday
arernocu. They ara being held for In
Tfsttgstlon. An Old Resident at Mtalc Dead.
Mrs. OtHirg Kabnlch. year old.
an of Mexico's oldest ili'iens, dleu
at hr host Iher.
I'errv, and south !o ni'tun. with a
biauch line to Columbia It Is expect
ed the entire road will be completed
bt the first of next yar.
A Lone jack Plontar Dead.
Wesley Yankee, KG yeara old. dle.l
at his home In Pleasant lllll. He set
lied la the lame Jack neighborhood
41 years ago lie was the father of
twelve chlUUeii. ten of whom are
Land at 1J0 an Acre.
tl. M. Thomason sold a hundred
acres to John Willis at IJ0 an acre
and Joseph I'arrott sold KO acres to
l.eoige Siveara, Jr.. at IIIJ.'.O an acre.
1'bla sand Is fiv miles rtoio Vlaii
Against th Corporation Law.
Wn-hi'.a, Kansas Klft Wich
ita c ot porat ion v w ,1 hue! to protest
against tl.e coriMiratlon Icuine tax
law Tlie ilme for filtng rtports on
the lio-t.ii.es of Kani.it corporations
Is March 1. snd the tax must be paid
hy June I. The corporations will ank
1 hat ihete dates be extend' d ur.'.tl tlis
fed. ral courts pass ou the cPsli' .i
tlun.il.ly i t the lit.
Rayner Back te th Senate.
Annapolis. Marj land Isador Ray
nrr was named to be I'nited State
senator to nice. el hlmrtlf. by bttih
bouses of the Martland 1. .slatur
The action was ratified in Joint session
Indians to Have a Paper.
M ikkogre, Oklahoma Itai ked by
lie 0v iblefa .f the Klve Clt lined
Tribes aud supported by Influential In
dians In ail of these tr im, a ce
CewspajM-r to represent the Indians
will tie established at Mu.kn5.-e
Woman March In Chicago,
Chicago, Jan Ih. Marching from
Wlt'.ard hall to th City hall, more
tbaa 4t a. inbers f th Cok county
W. C. T. V. petitioned XUor Uass
to abtdish tt Tic distnei ot th
Science has never jtine hryonj t!ie Se xirttple
Statrtticnt of st tipturr. I!ut it ha i'.!um.r.atctf that
Statement and jfiven it a meaning ever brt.icniiii
with the increavn htcaJth i( knowledge. hen
the MikvJ is " bad " or iir.pure it r not aJone the
kVxly tshuh sixers through d.wae. The rrairt
also vlou.lctl, the rr.niJ a"J juJement are crlctd,
and many art evil decj or iir.pure thinicrit may be
direct!)' ttacenl 10 the tmpur.tjr the
Ivul. Impart bktoj sal a tag mtJ pmrt hy to
UM of Or. rVeexw'a OoAlea Metiial fWatWSTy.
It rarkhr ami pariflet lh Mjssaf lAerrr
taring, pimple, tJothn, eruption auai wbr iaura attt
(num. as rtirni, inter, or M-t uan, AA c MJmi mttmr assYew
tarkvws 0 Impure kJooJ.
In the cure of scrofulous swellings, eriUrjerJ rlanJs, cfitt eating
xilcrrt, or n!J tte, the " liviUcn McJi.al I-.st.-ovrry " ha per
formed the most marvelous curc-i. Irt cic$ clj veos, cr cpeo
eating ul.crv, it is well to ip;'!y tu the cjten strrs Dr. IVrve Al!
IteaUn; Salve, which to.w -orrJcrtut heal r. rvtency tah-et
used at art application ta the sotct in Cfinjunt-th.t with the i oi
'GoUcn Medical I) soovrry as a 1-UxtJ tlcanxir. cxmst tuta.nal
tteatment. If your JrujM;it Jon't tapprn t kave the "A'J Heal
ing Salve" in uxk. vmi tan eaxily procure it b intkwirtg fifty
cent in postage stamp to Ir. K.V. Pierve, OXi Ma n St., Iu9ak
N. anj it will come to t,u by return post. Mt lfxnrttt
keep tt as well as the '" GoUrn Moit al l;scoerjr.
You ran! slocd so acrrps ant ated'niae wf nmpna s a svl
Vtitun s.jf "tnddfa kted. at Pkuhij." wkfc m a sJm ssvssw luas
rswTuia, hartog a cswi.ice lix 4 iMg-erUi ms pia.a ka'iak usi us hvsiaf
wrspivvr, tsvc am fcrtsif aneased aa cvrrtvt u4t Mk.
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