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THE ST. LOUIS REPUBLIC: SUNDAY, .JULY 30. iU5.
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Browning, King & Co
"Whoso visits ray Clothier." said Bean Brummel.
"is an eyewitness to fcis excellence."
AVVve a lot of Men's Suits that in price
were as high as $18. A few odd
Suits were $20. They're very
., good property now at
Tabic of Men's Summer Goods, consisting of
Odd Coats, Coats and Vests and
Two- Piece Suits at
I Special Inducements in Hats and Furnishing Goods
trwfei at tU Mrt. n J. Iwi: Far lv, frr Spin
I SUFFERED THIRTl-THREE TEARS WITH
"I am so thankful for the good Eunepsia
Tablet bare doaa for tne. I bare found in
them a balm for my poor stomach. My
trouble was f thirty-three years' standing;
and the doctor pronounced ma incurable,
but Eupepsia Tablets cored me.
, , K-iprpeia Tablets cure all forma of indigestion and atomaca trouble, snch aa rising of
rood, distress after stiog, shortness of breath and all aBections of the heart caused by
fHllitl.n tA AH !. -.-. k 1 .--.- i a .. . li SaWBSSI
-.- . . ..vuina, uiu vii. imrnnTo areata, loss or appetite, fatntnrss or
weakness of stomach, headache, from indigestion, son-act of the stomach, beartbura,
aiznneat and alt accompanying allraerts. It is the greatest remedy of the age. Its actioa
is sure and effective, firing initsut relief and a speedy cure.
It all druggists or direct for 50 cents. Three dajV treatment mailed free. Adilrc-cs
EUPEPSIA CHEMICAL CO.. 409 Walnut St., ST. LOUIS, Mo.
-AMIULAICE FH IIRE,
B rir trip ir mMiti to ar,r Ins,lti.tln c- j.lir.
rii-iau at iisu'i rt-. or xr.it!. If rtlrnt it
Tar Rasee soaltarlusa. 4421 Ollse al
ls -3'i...l iit xunllrht ii .Irj l-at f--it-nm
Lt'ii Rhiili are superior to It't "ai.riras
DIl UoVi-j:. Vi.jis until l1 a m ant from 4
' S r m Itoth phone.
FOR WOMEN ONLY
MNNftaftfp fell. rSffKlr We.
Or. Ravmond'9 Pills
rr Wrmj frm4.
I Trtrwatvli of fnne.t.tntlnat I
r and c-rm..!icsrM c rHiv. In
rerMkl3crlehrtt-l. T1r j
t asot! hiarh.T rwn;itifnt'Nlby
tl tlt ha uM thrn. I.tft
lltna or !:: tifi -tn
n.l tm'nr ti rll!nt n- b,
tore ciiir 'xnr utv.ninr wukti
injur th I faith an, (if no rsM.
Dr. IV. G. Rtymontft Rm4y Co,
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th. kill?, burning.
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In every part of
St. Louis and
vicinity will be
advertised in the
TO AID INJURED
New York Public School Pupil
Are Shown flow to Care for
Cat aad Burns by Medical Expert
New Tork. July t.-Tho Board or Edu
cation, in Its playground at Public School
No. 11. No. S4 Wen Seventeenth street.
is giving instruction in first aid to the
Injured. Instruction is given to some SU
children on three afternoons a week.
The demonstrator is I. R. Lucaa. a
medical student, who. In this work, la
following the syllabus prepared by Doc
tor I. K. Hoaoler and t.sed bv worker
of the Church Federation. The method
used Is to bring the instruction to a
simple, r.ot technical, plane, where It
may 1 fully understood by those of aver.
TAKE SIMPI.B CASES.
The HtuMr-Uions emploed nre. as far
as possible, such as th? children tncm
srlrts have experienced, and the mate
rials utilized arc thoe within !) reach
of everj'oae and not uangerous.
Two l-ssons have been given so far.
The first Wis enlltl-d. "What to Do Be
fore the Doctor Cornea In Cases of
Wounds. Cut, Bruises. .Sprains and
I!urn." TIm Itctuter classified such In
juries as of two kindis thoe in whicli
the skin Is not brok-ti: Uio-o In which
it is. For the flri cl.is or injuries cold
applications uero adisnj. or tubbing of
the part to prevent black and blue marks.
The s-corU ciass of Injuries, the lecturer
told the pt-olic. must be considered kerious
because an uncarca-ior opening in m
skin may lead to infection. The first
thing was to consider whether the lti
st rumen i which m.tde the cut was clean
or dirty, and It was shown that few
thinan are really awptl from the sur
geon'i point of view Tin children were
then advised to clean every cut carelul
!y. For an ordinary cut v.it!i a Jackknlfe
the children were told l waih the rinser
carefully with ap and water and then
to wash out the cut mills iKiric acid solu
tion. They were then told to bring the
rdges of the cut closely together and
lundago the finger.
At thl I-int the tencher said: "Michael,
let us suppose cur flnser has been cut.
Come here." , . ,
lIMiacl tame The teacher hoert liosv
to uah the tins' i. and then proceed' d to
l.aniUc.- it by at:c!:rins the bandage at
th" wrist. , ,
"Now." he said, "let's see ou shake
tint bandage, off.
Michael tried, but couldn't
BETTER THAN A BAG
"That's lietter than a rag." he said
"That conies off every time jou throw a
ball, doesn't It?"
"Gee. ves. ' v as t he reply
The iy.i were then Rii-en cloth and
taught exaetl how to in;ke a neat Job
of it themselves.
"A--k j-otir n-others to come." tald the
teacher "I'll show them how to fix you
"Sure.- w.is the teplr.
Afttr ;hl follow d a little talk about
Infected cut. with heat. pa'", swelling or
irritation, anl the nil lor proceeding
a aboi but with the addition of a wet
drcsslmr f bcric acid. Huni came in
for consideration next, and nearly every
one remembered a burn.
The teacher's eje twinkled ns he asked:
"Fourth of Jt.lv." was the well-nigh
unanlmoj. response, thoush one young
ster becjine a In ro In- virtue of a kero
sene drama In which he had played the
Burns thev nete tnuplit to treat with
bakinc soda ami xxiTippliic. In eases of
i serious burns they were smnscl-d not to
try to remme the i-.t!iinc if it was stick -liiK
to the patient. a this was a Job for
t the elo.e of the eon a bov JtimtWHl
, tip and s:ild "I hurt me foot in swim
i tiling yeytiddy: show me how to tie it
Th tencinr oleanri! the cut and then
proceeded to bind up the foot, showing
(the who!" clnsf how to proceed to make
a firm, stoeklrslike hand-ice. Tills Itl to
aider ir.'tilrlc.. and l.-indii;e were le
viseil for hands, elbows and t'tr. as well
as finirers and heels, and the lov who
.isfc.-d to try it were j-iveti niiterl.ili. with
v.hirli to experiment.
I TIEM CLITNES.
A wSAIjNT LOUIS, U.
i ., siiii.ira i. linear irNl W'n n'sa
. J MH!r M I. -i or-h ien-h ir.-:,
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r.S'Vt '.".'?.. V"" !- B-'r lrna.
JOPLIN "LID" SCREWED DOWN
i;iiiibliui: Houses ,,f tin-
Ton ;w i!is,.l.
plln Mo Jul z
elilldrers The ir,ilt prove that In the
loer f.mr classes .-tud msj be con
tlpiifd for a jierloil rot exreMlns twetitt
tno r twety-seieu Nuir a w;k but
that ei-.f!e fatlsue reaulls from lrtigr
continuance cf brain work The :Im for
tea, lane thes c!a"-e f-.st len fixed tir
the late.-t -irder of the Mlnisjn of nb"
lie Initru'-tlfn It I urcd. howev.r, that
thl s,iouIl he the imtl1e limit id that
no le-oiis fhould !. tudid at liom
I he ;inke tsjralslMMs Ihrsa Tisrats
Per I'til l.ena.
As the result 'f the aw.inl of a mote
f.nrablc contract bv tlie I'ollce Board,
the policemen of St. l.ou! will pav a) p-r
cent le-s for their unifnrnw this -ar than
they have leii paving The new couttact
was unard.-d Friday nftertioon to the
l.Iobe s-ho' and lothing ComjMny, Sev
enth and IVanklin acnue. Tlu.s is the
first time that one tlrm has leeii awarded
contracts fur the tomplcte polite uni
form from lnad v foot.
GOVERNMENT AGENTS SEIZE
ALLEGED ILLICIT CIGARS.
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Universal Exposition, St. Louis. 1904.
Brown's Business College Exhibit:
In accordance with the rules I beg to inform you that the
Superior Jury has approved the recommendation that you be
awarded "Grand Prize" in Group VI.
DAVID R FRANCIS. Pres. Superior Jury. "
Expression of Thanks
Since the fact has become public that we are having a magnifi
cent building erected in Saint Louis at the earner of Vandeventer
Avenue and Dclmar Boulevard, in which we shall open a CtaMMftltl
Scfewtt tfl StfttM.tr 51k. we hare been favared with congratulation
from many of our friends and wc have been most cordially received
by many prominent business men of Saint Louis.
This interest manifested in our enterprise is very gratifying,
and causes us to believe that our efforts are appreciated and that
the people of Saint Louis and the great Mississippi Valley have
confidence in our work as commercial teachers.
We regard this expression of confidence and friendship most
highly, and it is with a deep sense of gratitude wc offer our sincere
thanks to our friends and patrons for their kind words and to the
people of Saint Louis for their cordial reception.
Brown's Saint Louis Booklet Free
A!o Highest Honor at
Brown's Saint Louis Booklet, giving full information concerning
Brown's New School, will be mailed free on request. Address F. C.
Keach, Principal Brown's Business College, corner Vandeventer and
Delmar, Saint Louis, Mo.
LIST OF CHARITY INSTITUTIONS
INCLUDES NEW CANCER HOSPITAL
Philanthropic Institution Ik Opened for Work With n tafT of
Wll-Iviiowii Local Physicians and SiiryiHins Treatment Will
!! Free for Those I'nable to Pay for Attendance Need of
$u'h an Establishment IT rued.
A Hot Bath. A Cool Kitchen. I
Tteal-ls Tbaaaaael Sssekea aa
arfc Tnbares Are Selsea la rn
Vara. I'lare Illaa-Cirade tiaaaa
Ne. York Ji.lv 2. I'liitid State Beve
nn. Rent John V. sUn-el and -ceral ilep-
Tnur la the Rmekjr Mnaatalaa. I ll,v -da arrested I'arlos ti.ircl.t and
V li-tfr i Bl-i i.ran.le offers to the i , -,,-,.. ,..7., .i i-.i :.r...
traiicontinentil traveler ii.mtlti. of tobacco and 2il'M cicala, the
lantest numtiir taKen in .1 nui tn year"
tu-n of th
'h "lid us.
lid the ct ilni
I oleelieM . ih,.
I'rn.. .-ltl-.c .i,etie v
1 had l."n in folors lo
tw.i ,ion n BaiaMir.ic
hi. i.e. rre nil cIo.l
me i.iii,ii oionc law iits heen . nforc.,1
' .iiii. iiiiit.
tourist and th
t!i choicest resort and the rand"t
eenery In folorndo. I'tali and New Mex
iei This route has ttio -p(rnte and dis
tinct llne through th ftiwlc. f.,mniM.
Minini: all throujjh tfk.l- beit.s aallal.:e i;i
inner 1 " iiiri-ci nni to i Tipple t'reek.
the greatest toll camp on ea-th. Threo
tnlns dalh vilth throuh Pi.Ilni.iti pala
at.,1 tour!t sleeping uin 'otm.n I-r:er
Sin TranclM-i.. s,c, 1, 1m! i.ortn j
arid ! 1. tro St Iui and Sm l-Vn efio
The lie-t line to I'tsh. Idaho. Muntain
r. grn ..nd nshlnitturi tta the "OKden
:atena " Write S K Hooper ; ' &
T A Iener Colo, for lllustrateil de
riaess far Prlatiaa.
r ilfn riptlon. llthcicraphlns.
OKiJu:i ritiNTEUY s- t
, ; M. J lUrtaugh, I'rcsMent.
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Essdaraaee of Raaala rhllalren.
St IVtersbute Julv 3 Im;o-tsi!t
MjltIosleal experiment, have been made
lr HwMa tn t-st the endurnc- of ochool
lfl Julv- ?fl -PraiiM,.. "
f la nm was l-arred hre f.ip ti. i"m
tnr cr Iasquale I'lHesrino at Siloville
f"Ucht on the n-ay to the scaffnl,; an,i
on the scaffold decUrJnc lilmlf Inno
cent It -.s or.U t.y force that he iva..
I laced on the trap
Has pro en to be the areatest value
pi ins shoe sale St T.ouis has seen
this rummer V'lcW Ida ,-.....,. ....
aric shoe house in America and see how prices are being pulveriied.
MONO A Y'S
'.5.000 pairs of manufacturer's samples, cossifting of Oxford Ties
Sandals, etc.. is vici kid. patent: le.ither. tan and best icblte nr.r.-
" laet heels and toes, included are 500 pairs white and checked eml
via hlghi or low shoes for men and boys, also 4t)y pairs sen's black
aad tan Ererette style slippers.
The two men wcte lit Id in JIT") ball each
for exaiiuti-ittoii next Wcdi.eMl.iy.
The place h.t cen undet suspicion for
Garci.i wa follow e.1 from the faetory
lHt nicht to Conrv lljnd. He carrlcl a
bundle nlurh he delf.erc,i m the proprie
tor of a "Mjdde re-ott. The bundle was
selKsl l.v the revenue olllcer .1x.1I found to
contain I.I"" tint.imjd ctitar-" of liish
grade su ii a retail for S cents e-ich Hi
th" factory to-day the nitlcers say they
secutel l.' counterfeit latel of a well
known brand of clsar and 13 'VJ hish-grade
The raid is said to have no connection
with th recent yiurc in St I.oul-
lUsiht Ttlcen. gulck lcllve:y
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The "Quick Meal" Gas
Water Heater insures
both, and at a small cost.
Is the quickest, most con
venient and inexpensive
appliance known for heat
ing water for the kitchen
or bath room. Will jjh'e
you any quantity of water
you want and at any time.
ST. I.OI'IS SKIN AND CANCER HOSIM TAU
At Jeffi-rson avenue and St. Charles street.
Grand .lury at Dallas May Order
a Kaid for To-Day.
l.UIs. Ti . July 29 TH- iHllas Coun
t UranJ Jury dtclares that Sunday base
hall playinr tnt.st atop BTorts to sur
rresa Sunday nm for th? last several
-ks at Dallas hate falls d 1-cause of
To-dsy th CJrand Jury made the play
ers of tie !alla and Fort Worth rlubs.
which orsarlratlons are scheduled for two
runt Ir. I);ii:? to-morrowr, appear before
them with thir contracts.
The obiec: aoLcht It to t;roe that pro
fessional ball t.Uimr i nnrk. and w-ork
on Sundsy In sa is prohlbltl-by law-.
It it ferM that the Grand Jury Intends
having th Shrtfrs department raid
the basbo.ll park to-morrow-
920.00 iN GOLD. FREE!
- Last wee-H of onr Great Goewlas Contest. Everj man,
wotnaB or child can enter pnt mis. Yon don't have to
areha anythlnK to do so. 'For full particulars call
:store. Watch onr ads for names of wieners
C. m. HILTB WHOE GO.,
Waa a Callfarala Hasaef
The ga- Joaquin Valley of California Is
persely settled. The land U rich produ
cing erap. ns. oraanres. rdfalfa and all
sorts of crams ad fruits. A creat dalr
Ira; ccuntrv You can so there with smalt
capital and make a comfortable. pin
home, nad abo-jt it in fi Uluttratd
book. "The San Jissqutn Valier." nt for
cent to any a4dre br the Poutl-ern
TMeiSc Dept. Ht Sin Francisco. Low
cvMonlst rates to California from Septem
tr IS to October 21. 13
Casseert at Fat-vet rark.
Voilrath'f Mlittary Band. u0r the dl
rtion of Cnarles Vollratb, will rUe a
concert at Forest I'ark tM afternoon
from s to T o'clock. Tt cett concert by
this bwed alii be held Mgam Z. at the
JIullAr.phy Pia Grounds. To-day's con
cert will be as fedlow-a.
Mart JlrVraa Itacle Bara
oertur Uat caur . . urt
tVslts ASTa . . Jefca T Halt
S ctle frra srtaoe of Pl!s3 . . Le4r
t-trTxo iMv!oler Poat.ll
Krwryts free: Fatt . .irmati
Overtsre iiat 3t.tn- nvwai
fct EtKlttla . . k..a
SetecUseai rrn Klai; tvlo. , . .LoOm
ga'ats Urn b . . .. .ntTcr
Med'T ri sntrk aad Irl.h air. a..
llsaJaJaparaae Tvc-tHar Thrf tittle
amaies Jot rraes ........
With the opftiinc; of the St. IuN Skin
and Cancer Hospital, at the ?outhc.it ot
r.er of Jefferson nenue nnd St. Charles
street, a new philanthropic Institution wis
roMisl to tlio-.: in the city and the work
of the hospital hs nlreidy coi:.tnc-ic d
ThrotiKh the ffort of a committee . f
ladles', who were largely revM:irlliIe for
the collection of the $2..(-') needd xo es
tablish the hospital, ahia to the fact tint
many of the hading phjslclan in the
cltv have volunti ertsl their s-rvices. tlw
stabllshment of the Institution has been
Need for such an establishment. It was
rstintei! out. hasi leeonie manifest in the
laet few years, on account of the increase
In cancer and Jln disease In certain sec
tions of the etiuntrj. and the necessity
for some place where such a fillet ions can
Is. intlllently trentsl
AecordlnK to statistics gathered In I'hil
adelphta. deaths from cancer weri-3S jer
million population In Ml. ard T', per mil
lion In bOt. Ie.iths In that city last year
numbered l.WT. and Doctor fj. Itcston M
sey state.) that this meant at least 3.VJ0
caaosi in !1 IlriViphlt at lh- san:- time.
I.val phJiclans Injist upon the non
contaa'ous nature of, the mnUdy. nnd af
firm that nearly 100 per cent of all cases
can li positively, cureil In rhclr early
stages by the destruction or removal of
the original nidus or orisin of the l..
Moraovcr. the general sy.tem of tht r
tient can be protected frcm the dissemi
nation of tin? dlreis.
As the title of the rew hospital Indi
cates, only skin nnd cancerous Ii5eai
ill he treated. A canc-r laboratory and
every equipment for combatlns; the dis
ease trill be instituted. I'hya.cians con
nected with the Institution assert that th
nfiui.il death rule from earner lias now
rendu d 20.t) In the Tnltril State-.
While a sum lias been nilcil for th In
itial "itpjsirt "f the hospital, ami plaices
hae l,.i rctlied from many to make
annual pavtner.ts until 11" to aid In the
work ot the h stltutlon. directors of the
hospital state thit a lars- sum Is to 1-e
r--iulr-il If the sphere of ui fulness of th
place 1 to be enlarice,!. Treatment will
tc given free for those unable to pay for
'.adles who w-re Instrumental In rals
Ir.ir the fund lor the hospital nnd In oh
tiinlnir pledces for its maintenance were:
M silames f;crs;e U. Allen. ViIlIam
U-ieni II. J. V. Ifcsscom. Iy rtenolst. How
ard llenolst. W. K. Tllxby. J. W. Byrnes.
William Iloeekler. D. R. Calhoun. O. O.
Carpntet. (Ieora Cnstteman, Panlet Cat
lln. Ixiuls Chauvenet. A. C. Church. C.
McK. Clark. A. C. Clifford. Alexander
Cochran. U. (I. Cowdery. Bus;ene Cuen
det. Blakesly Collins. John I. Iais. II.
X. Davis. J. Ifcmllton Farlsh. S W. For
dvee Jr.. John Fowler. Ivrry Francis. J.
M. Franclscus. It. E. Flllev. Undell Gor
don. IMerr fjari au. Francis D Ulrsch
lre. V. V llammar. George c. Hitch
cock. U J. Ha; ward. D. M. Houser. C. II.
Huttlr. W J. Klnsella. B. (. Kerens.
Jane Lindsay. Warwick Houch. B. McK.
Jor.-s. Max Kotany. K. J. Unaitt. I. II.
IJonre-rirer. O. McOonn-ll. 1 M. McCall.
J- C. Mn.1.1. Btnilie MaCltt. F. It. McKen
na. J. I I). Morrlon. Otto Mersman.
KIlus Mlcha-I. T. II McKlfrick..Ilarey
O. Mtidd. Kre.1 Xolker. Alex. Xledrlna
haurt. Dan Xuent. T. K. Xeldrlnuhnus.
Thomas o'Beiily, Armand I'eucnet. Guldo
IantaIonl. iwanl Preetorlus. a. V. Bey-
Rinfen Stove Co.
414 Nartli Vtk SCnwt.
SoU ty .teas
tit the city.
burn. Georse ton Schrader. J. P. Shen
!. W. A. Sho-mak'-r. John Sehroers. v.
S Seott. Henry C. Scott. Mitchell Seott.
. J. Tanss'c. Walter C. Tavlor. G. 8.
Tiffany. If. told Tilt man. G. II. Walker.
D. I. Walker. Ted Walker. Holla Weils.
T II W.st Jr. O H Witte. and the
Miase.s IJonbetn-r. Mar- John'on. Annl
Mitchell. Myra Tutt nnd Cherry Bent.
All the physicians Rive their services
without chnrice. The medical staff of the
i' ,-i1u' nln nn'l f'aneer Hospital shows
the names nf the heM local practitioners.
As at present constituted th staff by ap
pointment I-: Doctors r. Baumjrartcn. X.
B. C.aron. J. B. Clemens. M. F. Kntrtn-in.
A. I. Ewlnar. E. ' Burnett IV f CsK
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Most HeoJthful and
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aft. awWa. asraKs saasal tajaasX; SJi,
. r rj". riorce Ueiihorn. John
f.reen. John B. K-ber. F. J. I.utz. Guthrie
McConnell. II. G. Mudd. GrenfiM Sludr
J. B. Hhar.lelch Kllawnnh Sm'th t. i.
tin Steer and Fred J. Taussig.
The Board of Directors consists of
Messrs. Murray Carleton. A. C Church.
i. 1 niirr. . . Li:nnil. J. La. Davis.
G. I.. Hdwiu-ils. J. I Kllley. John Fowler.
J. M. Franclscus. W. H. Hsrhel. c. II
Huttlir. W. M. Ilouch. W. J. Klnsella. Max
Kotary. I. II. Uonherrer. II Ma II In rk-rv,-lt
Jr.. J. 1 Mauran. E. I rretorlus.
Ivl S. Bobert. John Schrors John F
Shep'ey. B. J. Taussli;. G. II. Walker and
J. J. Werthe'mer nnd Doctors M. F. Enc
man and II G. Mudd. Mr. C. If. H tittle;.
presIJcnt of the Third Xatlonal Bank.
treasurer, is receiving subscriptions and
many responses in his hanLs show- a. de
sln on the irfirt of cimtrlbutors to m.il;
annual iamnts to 1M0. lone I- fore whiWi
time those at present asieiu!ed with tl .
St. Louis. Skin and C.ui.-i-r Hospital I..
lieve the institution will have more than
demonstrated the timeliness of its incep
tion. Its power for amelioration of suffer
inr and the need for Its Indefinite con
OIL COMPANIES FIGHT TAX.
Texas Cnnrerns S.f?k Injunction
to Inrent Collection.
nEPrnuu hpiscia i
Dallas. Tex.. July . At a meeting of
representatives of various Texas oil com
panies, held In Beaumont last niaht. It u
decided trt make application to-day before
District Juda Brooks at Austin for an
Injunction tc prevent tha collection or
ros receipts taxes under new laws of
Judae D. E. Greer, as attorney for the
oil companies, has started for Austin with
the petition. It also stated that Injunc
tlons are to be asked for in the Federal
EAR. ROSE AND TNMAT MSIASES
PCsTMAMCNTLY AND AIMLESS.Y
CfMf IfH llrilfMiaM rVMasjt mj Bfl BlaML In vestlrate my new treat.
KaAMINAT'ON BBiBBss ftl afta lEftHaas, fas. .BrksraBV aWeas,
Ritter, M.P, TaRJffgJg" St, Louis
ear Ktat careC CaU tor liinair
Itneatlaale. Xew Vwatssl at tas
K. W. ear. Twelflh aa4 OUra saa
wi. Linm 11.
Ask for a QUALITY IS OUR MOTTO
KsBI BUaataMC lc CUCKS.
ifaxa Ttajaccti. ssajirai. Tts
Vou are "jarr paylnz fcr
JJL t bat for mat VAL-
aaiai arirect ta