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The St. Louis Republic. (St. Louis, Mo.) 1888-1919, October 25, 1903, PART I, Image 9

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Steei Ranges for SKOO.
Four of tl).' b"i mak'-". 6 holrs in top.
large lS-tm h mer guara c J linlnss
for 3 jrn- Udl.'k Mejl Ranges.
People" Ranee- Char- Oft "I !?ft
W Oak Kinen no &. i.Ttli
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Term C c
balance Jl a Treek.
Cnlinn Iici Slumliers !eciii Day
Tells Former Plajmnle He I
Jot Hypnotized,
Philadelphia. Oct. 21. Only the voice of
his boyhood playmate will arou? e DiomlIo
Besner from the tranedike sleep In vhlch
lie lies at St. Joseph's Hospital
"For the Sake
of My Little
Prof. Hoffj Cure for ConsurapUon
Saved the Life of the Mother.
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Sv 1 I'TrTTtf Oolden ak Dre.r. .n tl l!k ' S9.00 Stration. with all the furniturr. carpet and stoves jy
ESk Ut? ', tombinitinn lllt mv of nn,s. u, j o.-,k ,iv , ' J
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American Iturtau. Bendmer & St lilesirger. Third Avenue and 10th Street. N.V:
Gentlemen 1 hae t)een tr.klns your meilicine now since last Octoler, and I
would like to tell jou nliat It has done for me. Kast spring I crueht a heavy cold,
and. not p.iying rau.-h jiuentmn to it. of course it bee-me worse I had a terrible,
hacking coue.h all rummer. Then I was taken with chills and fever, which pulled
me don furilicr. I got so thin my ees sank liark in my head, and my heart beat
so fast I could stand no noise or excitement. I Rot weak that 1 could not walk
across the room I could not even dres my little children. My couch became worse.
1 was lieinc treated by otir family doctor, and I asked him If my luns were
affected. He told me no A week after that I was taken with a terrible hem
orrhage of the luncs. Tl-.en I gave up entuely There was no use doctoring any
more. I s-pit biood all day. and at evening I had another slight hemorrhage. All
the next dav I spit blood, and I had terrible pains acros my chest and between nty
shoulders. I could not eat anything Tliat same day I saw your announcement In
the paper, and my husband asked me if I would try the Hoff Cure I told him that
1 would try anything for the sake of my Ultle children. So 1 began taking the remedy.
Before the first bottle was empty I began to show signs of improvement, lly
cough left me. The pains in my chest and lungs are gone. I do not feel any tore
ness 4n my lungs at all now. and 1 can eat anything that is set before me. I do all
my own housework, and I am very lurPJ" to say that I feel to-day as If I had never
been sick at alL This Is a great surprise to all my friends They all thought there
was no hope for me
I can start out and walk two or three miles now and not get tired, and I could
not do that last fall ...
I havo told a number of people about the Hoff Cure, pnd have given away all
the books and papers you sent me. Inclosed you will find one dollar for another
bottle of Prof. HofTs Cure for Consumption. Please send It to me as soon as yon
can. for I do pot want to miss taking it.
This will be four bottles I have taken, and here is my testimonial, my name and
address. You can use them when and where you will. If It will only bring the medi
cine to the attention of thoe who so sorely need It. Respectfully yours.
MRS. MAGGIE WILSOX. George's Road, New Brunswick. N. J.
The forefrolus letter from Mrs. 'Wilson was published iu a New York news
paper, and a few weeks later another letter came from her. as follows:
American Dureau. Bendiner & Schlcslnger. Third Avenue and 10th Street. K. T.:
Dear Sirs I am recelvinc many letters from different parts of the country. People
do not seem to think my experience is true until they receive a letter directly from me.
I have answered them all so far. and have praised the Professor Hoff Cure to
them highly, also telling them that what they read is perfectly true.
It is putting me under a creat expense to do this. If you will be kind enough
to clear me of all expenre I will try and spare lime to send them each a few lines
to tell them all what the medicine has done for me. ....
MRS. MAGGIE WILSON. George's Road. New Brunswick, N. J.
. The American Bureau will gladly defray a.l the expenses of making these
answers, but If the Inquirers will write immediately to the Atuericau Uureau
they will receive the treatii-e written by Prof. Hoff, which will answer every
question scientilically and completely.
Prof. Hoff desires his cure to be in the hards of every sufferer. It i hu
manity's medicine. The prescription is compounded in accordance with Prof.
HofTs directions by the American Bureau, at Third Avenue and 10th Street.
Xew York. Fcr the convenience of people remote from New York, the well
and favorablv known linns of Ilaliotenu & Co, 700 N. Broadway: Johnti
Bros.. Broadway and Franklin ave.; Lindell Drug Co, Sixth and Washington
ave, have been selected to supply the remedy at $1.00 per bottle, which Is ex
actly the price charged by the American Bureau.
The triangular trade-mark of the American Bureau of Professor HofTs
Cure must be on the label, and th'-fi is the guarantee to the purchased tliat It Is
the exact prescription ued by Prof. Hoff at Vienna.
A Gt-page book, containing complete descriptive treatise on the Professor
Hoff Cure, and accurate reorts of several hundred cases. Is ,
mnilml r nn nniillcntlon or may De
the well-known drugekts Just named.
IMPORTANT Other Hoff cures not bearing- this tri
angular trade-mark are not the authentic preparation authorized
by the American Bureau. , , ,
You can obtain the genuine Hon Cure at most drug stores.
The great body of honorable druggists do not stoop to substitu
tion by selling something "Just as pood" that means more profit
to them. The cenulne Hoff Cure can always be procured of the
well-known druggists:
EMuiCt..;MI.i:ruiiiT. Mu Ini. Bruinf
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cut. t!-.e
In ever
No li Heatlnc Stoves, ex
actly like cuu made of best
blue steel, nirkel rinc on top
and n eke foo" rest the
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amed v .ir
16-Ineh oen lund
somrly nlckrUil . .
creat-t bar
caln mr of
fered nl
hen his f rlnd J imes I'ow- "n. spoke
to hire. Itecuer fhonk off tee lethargy
that has enwlopcd h.m. vat t:p in his
ctt ana lxcan to talk rationally for the
first time since he fed asleep eight days
When Powers lcaies his bedside the
Cuban Iaies Into a state of coma. The
two were born in the same town, and
are the .tunc age. To Powers, lleirui-r
told the simple story of the few dar
previous to the time h has pass-eu into
his present cataUptlr state.
"The theory that 1 was hypnotized Is
absurd." lie saW to his friend. "I vrns
alone in the room when I fell into the
SIncv the Now York "Journal" sent
Frederick Hnmmauti to Vienna,
where his complete cure from cou
uaiptlou was aii-otnnllshetl. numer
ous like eases have been rejiorteil
from week to week to the American
Itureau for the HoIT Consumiitiou
Cure, ilemonstnititis beyond doubt
that the disease may lie cured at
home. Here is another one:
oiiiaineu oy caning at w
ul rntflU. IJidcU Dnr C, k u " JTisihpti It.
O.k . k Sto--X" T. like
nev.f t J-'ICT1 :; to iJl'
part'-ular eai t -:o v piar-
u it iviv pilar-
cash, balance ."A- a week.
lrep fr"m ih -h yeu h e awakened tnr.
"""h it evir.u.c 1 came home from work as
"Aftr a tin. I went out and bungt ny
suinier. i!i i i t to lnil If 1 r nn mber
a:!ght. I bail :-:i o-ld fec':n n" ui.:nii:j.
inii was nut fu.K t'tgiiizant of wl.at went
on around m--. That is all I .n r-mvm-ber
of that nleht. Of the lime i.nco 1 have
!e n afeeep 1 re'.n-mber noihinr but cn
rud and ireaml.ll. imaginings. At times
I Mcmtil to hear far-away oice.
Will I'elrbnilr One Hundredth lllrth-
iluy in Ileectuber .rnr W here
Mie Vu Hum.
New York. Oct. 54. If Mrs. Man' E.
Parrel of Caldwell. N. J, lives until De
cember bhe will round out a ci-ntury of
life, a hunJrcd years spent within an area
of very few square miles. She Is In ex
cellent lualth. her eye is bright, and her
speech do.s not betoken senility.
She renumbers the excitement which at
tended the outbreak of the War of 1512.
Her father enlisted and was employed on
the defences around New York City.
The thrill of exaltation over the brave
deeds of the American soldiery at i.jndyV
Lane and at New Orleans she has never
foigoitcn. and her love for her country
made her an ardent attiot during Use
CHH War.
She married Matthias Parrel in Newark
In 1S-1 ami 'be couple loated in Patcr-oa.
where her husband engaged In manufac
uruig boots and thoe. There all their
'hlidren were born. Her husband died in
Mrs. Farrcl lived for sixty years in Pal-
onufl. am- ft.s Dapllzco. at lie uili.-l
Street Iuplisl Church by the Kcterend J.
L. lluribcrt, and has been a taitbful a
indnnt at church durins her life.
She often recalls the meteoric sbower of
IKS. l'aterson at that time was a town.
When the "stars wire fali.ng .hi- neoIr
co.iccleu in gioups. many uf them Rieai.y
awed at me spectacle. A lielsuuor u lnt
Parrels was viry apprchen.-lvi of a n.u.
ending of the world and lit himself down
his well to escape "the wrathful fire ot
heat en.
i he r'arrels had eleven children, live of
whom are living. Her eldest son. William.
aled at -he age of M. Her hearing is mkh-
what inn-aiti. lui n- is very lond ul
she lives In the district which was flood
ed recently, but the rls. and fall of the
water gave nr no alarm. She believes
she will pass her hundndth ear and s-e
ner grauuenuaren, giiai-gramiChililrcn.
ci-eat-Kreal-ginnuchildnn. and tne baby
fertat-crea -Kreat-gn.ndch.M uion the cele-
crauon 01 ner nunureuin tiirtnoay.
Her son. John Ferret is 74 years of age.
Xaval Weapon Goes OiT While Jl
Is Ufing Exhibited.
Detroit. Oct II. "Didn't know It Tra
loaded." explained a young man named
Cronln. of the Naval Reserves, after he
extracted his person from a heap or deb
ris in which he had got tangled immedi
ately after the explosion of a three-Inch
cannon In the parade hall of the Light
Infantry Armory.
Young Crim.n. who t an ambitious mem
lier 01 the military organization, was
proudly showing a Iriend through the snug
juarttrs on Congress street ea.t-
"Tfcat's one ot the guns the men left"
explained the jouns man. pointing to a
cannon standing near the glass front of
the room. tac:ng Congress Hreet. The
company has the others aboard the ship."
"lou ee. this is where it goes oBV
The gun went off. without doubt.
Ourtelns, Linolounis.
!Ilru!''! Rues. lz. 3cl2,i.75, yi.llil. yi.l.do
Axmr.-ter Rug. -ii i; :sr.. f:m, kis
ITS Wool Art Square.', lr SxJOf
ftLsr,. f!-.u. lii.T.'
331 Granite Art Squares, size ! K-
?::r.o. K4.oo. kij;u
2T roll" Velvet Carpet.-, verj nt--.. 43e. SSc. Cite
IMtoI.- v. It. 't Carpets !- 1. 1-' 7B-. N.V-. l.lio
il nilia lirr itn "arp' t" t.i s-arce ZIc. rK"c. (lie
ITV im!!s h.A v IJnoli'um ii!J 4Sr.r.Tr. iKv
SI", roll c-od traiioO.IeMh- Slc.STr.3T.e
pai- Notmgham 1: ; "art'-
ICO pa Tn Kantv Portieres PIJVO. ip..". I.(K)
!a? Sffi Q? '9'
Plillip Ilouclnv Cnn.N rrrt of
I'atber mid lltittier uf Clrl
He AUiiiIrrn.
BEPcnue spbcial
New Yotk. Oct. 2t For severely herse
whlrtplng lilni I'hillp Douglas, a young
railroad shop employe, ami the son of
Policeman Doug as. caused the arrest of
Charles IJockrath. a plumber, and bis
wife, the stepfather and mother of Eva
Harmon, a pretty lS-year-okl girl In the
telephone omce. and the sweetheart of
Douglas. By appointment she and Doug
las met a short way from the telephone
ottlce. While they were talking, says
Douglas. Bockralh and his wife drote up
in a buggy. Both quick y Jumped from the
buKy and started for him. He old nat
know their intentions, and put up no re
sistance. Itockralh sclstd Ills hands and
held them, while his wife rained blows en
his head and face with the butt of a heavy
When the woman thought she had pun
Khed Douglas sutticlentl) she turned the
lash on licr daughter, and wave her a M--vere
taste of the whip. When lioikrath
re eased Douglas's hands he struck him
eteral powertul h!"ws In the face. Doug
las broke and ran acrons the street wh' ie
two unknown men assailed him, and at
ii mpted to strike him before he could
btcak awiy from litem, llexwn gathered
some cf hiK friend, but his assailants hid
all iliiiitiikeareiL iMHJfclias's face shows I'lQ
effect of the severe blows.
imuiclas liai sworn out warrants for the
two unknot! n men. ami he thieatrns to
prosecute the Bockraihs for petit larceny
In rasrying off his hat
Philadelphia Man Does Not Com
plain of Ini-rea.-ed Assessment.
Philadelphia. IM-. Oct 2. There Is one
man who has had the assessment on a
piece of real estate raised to a sum 65 per
cent above the price he paid for the prop
erty two years ago, but be docs not com
p'aln. The owner of the property Is Henry R.
Edmunds. President of the Board of Edu
cation. Tho only man who could be per
suaded to remain on the premises was a
caretaker, who did not fear ghosts. For
the hou- was "haunted."
Mr. Kdracnds do- not believe In ghosts
any more than the caretal-er did. He
bought the houe. paylntT JS.WO for it and
then laM his plans for laying the ghost.
After weeks of patient watching the ghost
was captured. It was the caretaker, who,
by giving the house a bad name, had se
cured a habitation free for a couple of
Police and Neighborhood Hunt
ed; Child Was Under lied.
New Tork. Oct . A hand organ was
being plaril. and little Mary LoranJi. II
years oU. who lives In the house, was
out on the sidewalk listening to It. When
the organ went away she kept followlns
It until It was after dark.
It was not until 10 o'clock that the little
girl reached home again. Then, fearing
hat rw would be whipped, she crawled
underneath her bed and lay very stllL At
2 o'doclf Paul Lorandl. the father, went
Into the Fifth Street Station and told
Sergeant lliai ce inoucni nis caugcter
hid lieen Vlftnjnrd. At 5 o'clock the mm
returned to the station again, sml'tng. He
had found the nine gin unaerneatn tne
Tin' I5iht Keverend T.(!ghtou
Coli-iiian Kujovs the Solitude
and I'laiu Living or the
nia-vnuc ppnaAi
Wllralnclon. DcU Oct- II. BWiop Leli;h
ton Cokmnn of tire I'rotestant Episcopal
OIk'W of DtlawHre ban tb distinction
of Iwine; .in "eccl pfeistlcal tramp," and he
ilon not object to I life) title.
Annually he enjoys an imutnal vacation
br irampliiK for two weeks through the
mountainous and sparcely populated ec
llons of some of the Southern ytates. On
tin - trips Ik never rales If he can wa'k.
He -nun.- railroad train and trolley tines
as if th h.i I no pln-e In this use of
rat id 1. tnsli With a n..Ir of hardy lees
em.i'ril In i-okire clothliR and Ills feet
slioil with heavy shoes, he fc irs no rond
High ecclesiastic who loves walking.
and no mount In Is too steep for him to
s-ule And the Bishop is yeirs old. He
traversed 3W miles ami returned from Ins
j.iunt .1 few -Jays aso, refreshed and then
pliinged into the accumulated work of his
diocese. Important church engagements
confronted nlni. social engagements and
charitable work demanded his attention
and a table piled high with letters to be
answered awaited hlrti. and he did not
liw a moment after his return from
Southern Virginia and North Carolina.
The venerable Bishop of Delaware, when
on hlx outing, wears coarse clothing, cov
t"il willi a. long linen dusur. and his
head is covered with a bnMd-lirlramed
h..t He corriis a stout walking stick and
J l.i'lr liand Sbtchel. The ilb-liop alms to
irn. I inct'Suiio, and tin.- ye.ir he was not
li e n i onizecl on his tramp of 3fl miles.
II 1-ir.kM his Identity completely and for
tt.e r.niiii beivn.eg a cultured tramp, to
aytw iatn with wliiHns-vrr he may meet
in hi" walks. He started from a point in
Southern Virginia Just where he will not
t-0-.init struck Into the northern part of
Nortn Ciri.llii.t. UK kindly countenance
cannot be dktguhed by his i-Iiabby cloth
ing, iirnl with nts ample oennl he frerjuent
ly was mii-taken for Santa Ckiu. by chil
dren on his mute
"It it surrris-'nu thai each year I am
rrcqwtntly inkiti for S-mtn on iiin prelim
Inarj round." said the Bislinp. "Many
ihildrrn imiortureil me to bring them
. . an,, ""' y"nK woman suggested
lli.i I mieht bring lier a hu.hand."
One day on his recent Jaunt the Bishop
came near being recognized by a clergy
nMU. "I a- silting at the taWe of a
iMiardlng-house. cwshle a clergyman whom
. . ""n,r. ""' ihj never met, ex-
tilatiKd the Bishop, "but I changed ray
loanllng-houM after that meal and
KHHtht another p.ace. I did not wish to be
In one town tl e Bishop was mistaken
for a Secret-Sett Ice agent, and In an
other the peemle thought him a tax col
lector ami regarded him rather askance,
but when they le.irr.eil that he was not
the co!le.-tir of their'laxrs they treated
him kindly. At a country slore on his
route he eng-aKcd In a watermelon eat
ing ccnle.t with a crowd of white men
anl ilarkieii anJ was hailed a an tixpert
uei-aui ne -um select lucious m.io. s.
"Onlj enre on my trip did I come across
the rural-mall deliver! service." said the
Bishop, "and on y once did I hear the
old-fashloiird dinner bdl. Most of the
land traveled wm verj poor, and was
different from the mountainous country
with Its scenery.
"I IM not have occasion thl rear to
sleep in a barn, but sought slumber at
inns and taverns and lodging-houses on
my route."
Bishop Coleman has been a pedestrian
for forty ear, and has taken a tramp
of some kind annua ly. He ha. walked !n
near.y every State from Maine to Tennes
see, but the past twelve ears he has
traversed the Southern Slates In order to
avoid the summer vacationists in the
"Trere are not many mn In this coun
try who cite for such an experience as
tramping through an unknown country,
meetlne nobody they know and recurins
their lodging and food where'er they may
be able to obtain it." said B shop Cole
man In speaking of his Jaunt. "Hereto
fore. I hav? !ot about five pound. on
each trip, but this year I gained ahiut five
Ic eight pounds. I averaged from eUhteen
to twente mile a day In my pedestrhn
travels- The road were sandy and heavy
nnd several days were hot. In one day I
traveled more than th'rty m'les.
"In my tramp. I love the solitude and
meditation. Many wonder how I find
rest, and others marvel what I can see In
tramping when I can ride. As an instance
of the latter. I met a roan at the fork of
three roaos and asked him which road
I should take to go to a certain place. He
answered. 'Go back thar to the railroad
statlnn and take the kyars.
" 'But I want to walk.' T proteted.
Well.' he replied, 'a man Is a fool to walk
eighteen miles when the fare Is onlr iO
"Another man saw me when I was tak
ing a noonday nap and asked what my
business was and what I sold. When I in
formed him that i was not selling any
thing, but was simply Journeying, he said
he could not we what pleasure a min
could get In such a trip. I make a study
of human nature as I go along. It give
me a chance to keep more In sympathy
with my fellowmen and teaches a lesson
of the other side of life.
"1 did not pre-ich at all on my Jaunt
On each Sunday I conducted my own de
votions and worshiped In private. To
have done otherwise In my rough attire
would have scandalized the laity- I
know clergym-n all over the country
and find It hard to ma'nta'n Incognita
One day I was lyln down beneath a tree
with my grip beneath my head and my nat
over my eyes when two horsemen came
along. They stopped and one remarked.
'Poor fellow, he's hid too much to drink.'
Had these men known I was a Bibop
there Is no telling where the scandxl
mlcht have ended."
Found a Care for Indigestion.
I use Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets for Indigestion and And that they
suit my case better than any dyspepsia
remedy I have ever tried and I have used
many different remedies. I am nearly SI
years of age and have suffered a great
rfal from indigestion. I can eat almost
anything I want to now. Geo. W. Emory. I
rtnek Mills. Alabama. Adv. I
I If ftl M
iisii ii mr
" - - ,
To Prove what Swamp-Roat, the Great Kidney Remedy,
Will Do for YOU, Every Reade'r of The Republic May
Kaye a Sample Bottle Sent Free by Mall.
Weak and unhealthy kidneys arc responsible for more
sickness and suffering than any other disease, therefore
when, through neglect or othsr causes, kidney trouble is
permitted to continue, fatal results are sure to follow.
Your other organs may need attention but your kid
neys most, because they do most and need attention first.
If you are sick or "feel badly." begin taking Dr. Kil
mer's Swamp-Root, the great kidney, liver and bladder
remedy, because as soon as your kidneys are well they
will help all the other organs to health. A trial will
convince anvone.
The mild and Immediate effect
Kilmer's SwamD-Roo:. the great
of Dr.
and bladder remedy. Is soon reallzid. It
stands the highest for tts wonderful cures
of the most distressing cases. Swamp
Root will M-t our whole system right,
and the best proof of this is a trial.
14 Eat llh St.. Xe-v Tor illy
Dear Sir: Oct. lHh. :C
I haj been eufferlng sererely fnim k ..nr
trouMr All symptoms weie .n lianl: m
f rmr strength nl pusrer had lett-me I cull
hrnv drse niterlf along. Ett-n mjr iffntu
latMcltr wa ritinf oat &nd iiften I wtohrd
to Hie It wis ttiea J saw an nitertltement of
yevrm In a New THk t-dper bat wouM not Mr.
rM aiir attention tn It ha.! tt not cronueit
a mifn ruarar -v with eer botili i-f your
meilleHie. aMettlng thftt cur Snramp-Hout is
KtelT veKUtblet. anl uoes not ccntali any
rmfu-1 dreg.. I am seventy year-. ast f ur
xnerths oM. and with a piol eonse'ence I rsl
r.eoinm.Rl wramr-Itoot to all sufferers f-ft-n
klileey troaW.s. Four member, of my f-imilr
hate been U9inc i-Tfamp-lt.iet for rmir different
kldnev dlmw. wllb the wm. good results."
With roanr iea-k to you. 1 remain.
Verr truly your.
ttuise.iw iiri-;..
Yon mav have
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St. LivjU Sui lay RepuK.e
Vermorcken Says There Is Great
Field Here for Good Arti.-ts.
New York. Oct 21. F. M. Virroorcken.
the artist, arrived here to-day on the
steamer KroonlcnU from Antwerp to de
liver a painting of a group of field laborers
which he has made for the St Louis Bt-i
"It In pleasing to notice the great in
crease In the number of foreign artists
who visit the United States." sakl Mr.
Vermorcken; 'There Is a grea field In
this country for good artists. Ten years
ago art was at a low ebb in America.
American did not know ant too much
about It The people here are not only
vi.ltlne ar. galleries now. but they are
able to distinguish a good canvas from a
Is something1 apart, something different, from
the ordinary piano tone. There is in the Kim
ball tone that almost indescribable sweetness,
that rich, melodious, sirging quality, which
comes out full and free, and
It is there at the player's command, and few,
if any, retain their good tone quality like a
Are meeting with most popular favor because
the'- are thoroughly and reliably made and the
Dest piano vaiue in tne
Numerous Boston and Nsw York makes, to close
this week, $145 to $210.
Terms, $10 to $20 Down, $6 to 58 nonthiT.
Used Uprights now in stock at $75, $90 to $175.
Makes Piano-Busing- Easy.
Established 1879.
I poor iiigetl n when obliged pis"
vour water frequently night an J t'a. .
smarting aril irritation In passlne. brtck
dut or sediment In the urine h- atlac'ie
l-cka-he. lame tack, dizzinr"- I -IesnK.
n".Munss heart d.turba-.'-c
due to bad kidney trouble, skin eruptions
trim bid b.oI. neuralgia, rhcmi nt
diabetes. MM-inK. Irritability, worn ut
feeling, lark uf ambition, lost of tie. h fal
low complexion, or Bright' disease
If our watir when allowed tn remain
undisturbed in a el:i3 or bottle for twenty-four
hours. formia sullment or tettl.rc
or has a cloudy appearance. It Is evident
that your k'dreys and bladder nee 1 Imme
diate attention.
Swami-RiHt is the great dis- -ovcry of
Dr. Kllme-. the eminent kldnet rn.l t'ad
dv upeclallsi Ho'pitals use it with w n
lerful suereyt In both slizht and severe
casts. Doctors recommend It to their
nattent and ii It In their own families.
becaile they recognize lo twami-Roct the
greatest and most successful remedy
Swamp-Rcot s rleasa'nt to take and is
for sale the world- over at drucetjts' 1 1
(.bottles of two sizes and two prices fifty
vents ana one. iKumr. i.ememcer inc
name. Swamp-Root. Br. JilUner's-Swamp-Root
and the aodrcs. Blnghamton, N. Y".,
I on every bottle.
ted on". They are constantry visltlnrf
rtenVrs for s;ood pictures
"In a word, ilie masses here are edu
cated In art. There Is no room he-e nuw
fur cfteip pnintli gs and cheap artists Tho
peocle demand the lient wo-ks an cheap
stuff hi" to be sent abroad to be dlspjr- 1
of Nothlns in the war of art Is tco X3(Ki
for this country now. The deve'opment of
the lay mind I phenomenal."
Mr. Vermorcken spent the last four
months In Flanders.
Hole the Time
Of the dallj trams out of St Louis for
the Eat. via the Vandalla-Pennsylvanla
line S:il a. m.. 1233 noon. H j p. m.
Through sleeping can dining cars, etc
Can't Do Othervrl.e.
"There is one place." remarked the
Wise Guy. "where I always think several
time befrre I speak once."
"Where?" isked the Eist- Mark.
"In Hie dentist's chair." replied tho
Wise Guy. San Francisco CalL
city ior 55250 ana 275.

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