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Those who doubt, who think beca us
no good, who feel discouraged, thc
of Dean's Kidney Pills. The wond
? Aching backs arc cased. Hip, back, and
loin pains overcome. Swelling of tho 1
limbs and dropsy signs vanish
They correct urine with brick dust sedi- ?
meat, high colored, excessive, pain in pass- t
tag, dribbling, frequency, bed wetting. r
Donn's Kidney Pills dissolve and remove t
calculi and gravel. Relieve heart palpita- ?
tion, sleeplessness, headache, nervousness. I
. SALEM, IND., Feb. 5,1003.-"Ireceived ?
thc trial package of Doan's Kidney Pills j
and I must confess they did mc wonderful > j
good. It seems strange to say that I had
tried several kinds of kidney medicines i
without doing me any good. I had back- j
ache, pain in my bladder and scalding j
urine, and thc sample package sout mc
Stopped it all in a few days, and with thc j
package I am now using from our drug j
store I expect to bo cured permanently. It j
is wonderful, but sure and certain the med- j
icine docs its work. I wns in constant j
misery until I commenced tho usc of j
Boan'? Kidney Pills. "-CIIAS. Ii COOK, j
P. 0. Box 90, Salem, Washington Co., 111. j
Largest Elephant Traps.
An order for two large elephant
traps was recently received from
South Africa by an English firm at
the little town of Wednesfield, which
appears to bc the home of the spring
trap trade. The traps furnished on
this order are claimed to be the larg
est ever made. They have jaws which
open three feet square. Each jaw is
supplied with notched teeth..and, in
addition, three and a half-inch spikes
are fixed in the jaws alternately on
the two sides, and about four inches
apart The jaws themselves are of
heavy bar. iron, and the halt plate is
about two feet square. The springs
are very powerful, and require tho
pressure of 300 poounds to adjust
them for setting. It ls estimated that
the striking power and grip of the
jaws is likely to prove sufficient to
drive the spikes into any part of
cither elephant, rhi-iocerous, hippo
potamus or other big g'.une which may
be caught in its jaws. (
CARE OF DAIRY UTENSILS.
Milk absorbs oder from the moment
it is drawn from the cow until the I
time it is churned. Whenever milk f
reaches the temperature of 100 it is 1
claimed to be in an active state of s
decomposition. Eut, while milk is 1
*?a"s?ly affected by outside influences, <
the adherents to strict rules of clean- '
liness will greatly aid the dairyman '.
to avoid the changes that often oe- ]
cur. Cooling the milk renders the
germs inactive, and prevents decompo- 1
eitiorf for a while, but it should not
be overlooked that milk absorbs odors
very rapidly when cool. Exposure to
odors, gases or volatile matter of any
kind should, therefore, be avoided, and
every utensil used in the dairy should
be scalded with boiling water and j '
Mrs. Frances Stafford, of 243 E.
114th St., N.Y. City, adds her tes
timony to the hundreds of thou
sands on Mrs. Pinkham's files.
. . When. Lydia E. Pinkham's Reme
dies were first introduced skeptics
all over thc country frowned upon
their curative claims, but as year
after year has rolled by and* tho
little group of women who had been
cured by the new discovery has
since grown into a yost army of
hundreds of thousands, doubts and
skepticisms have been swept away
ac by a mighty flood, until to-day
thc great good that Lydia. E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
and her other medicines are doing
among thc women of America ia
attracting the attention of many of
our leading scientists, physicians
and thinking people.
Merit alone could win such fame ;
wise, therefore, is the woman who
for a cure relies upon Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.
Implying a Distinction.
"Mr. Hittit, you live in a prohibition
State, do you not?"
"I reside in one, sir, but I live in a
etate of entire freedom as to-cer
tainly, I will join you with pleasure."
4f Sooth Forsyth St., Atlanta, Ga.
Portablo and Stationary
AND ALL KINDS OF MACHINERY
Complete line carried in stock for
IMMEDIA TE shipment.
Best Macblnory, Lowest Prices and Best Terms.
Write us for catalogue, prices,
etc., before buying.
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tue Dollar-A-Year Daily. Easy to get snbscr.ptiorjs.
I K"t -in myself lo 15 minutes. Keep posted I Latest
mira's, fashions, stories, politics, otc. Joseph
Howard, Jr., the most famous Nnwepapor map in
America, writes exclusively for us in New York,
"Howard's Colutr.n" alone is worth nvro than the
entire price of the paper. Only one dollar per
10 DA?S' TEEATttEIfl" FREE.
Have na'lo Diopry and Its com
plications a spocialty for twonty
years v/ith tho most wondorful
Box ti Atlanta, fia.
S?3???S Thompson's Eye Wafer
? FREE -HELP.
e other Kidney Remedies do them1
y profit most by the Free Trial
rous results stamp Doan merit.
Boura BURTONVILLE., III. 7 Feb. "8,
.003.-"I received tho trial package of
Doan's Kidney's Pills and have bought
cveral boxes of my druggist They hnvo
lone mc much good. I was hardly ablo
o do any work until I began taking them ;
low I can work all day and my back doe3
lot get thc least bit tired." BIRD GRAY.
FREE-70 FSAKE YOU A FRIEND.
rosTBB-MimcEX Co.. BuiTalo, N. T..
Pleaso send mo bj- mall, without charge,
trial box Doaa's Kidney Pills.
(Cut out coupon cn dot:, a Unca and mall to
Kcstcr-ilillrarn Co.. bullala, K. Y.)
Medical Advice Free-Strictly Confidential.
Every day that a telegraph operator
works at three minutes before" ll there
ls only ono man in the whole country
from San Francisco to New York that
ls privileged to use his key. That
man ls the operator at Washington:
In" those three minutes every key 13
open and all operators walt for th-^o
minutes' ticking which tells them tho
correct time. From th^t ticking ever?
telegraph company's clock is set
There aro at leas; 20,000 operators at
work. Taking three minutes from
every one of them equals 60,000
minutes idled away every day. It
would take one man 125 years to do
the listening' of all these men for
those few minutes. At the rate of $50
a month, and working for the required
-umber of years, this man would re
ceive $75,000. This is -what the com
panies pay to their men a year for
lust listening.-Boston Journal.
IURES RHEUMATISM AND CATARRH.
3.B.B. Cures Dcep-Soatcd Casos Especially
-To Prove It l?. l?. B. Sent Tree.
These diseases, with aches and pains in
jones, joints and back, agonizing pains in
ihoulder blades, bands, fingers, anr.3 and
egs crippled by rheumatism, lumbago, sci
itica, or neuralgia; hawking, spitting, nose
jlecding, ringing in thc ears, sick stomach,
lcafness, noise's in the head, bad teeth, thin
hot blood, all run dowu feeling of catan h
tro sure sighs of an awful poisoned condi
Lion of the blood. Take Botanic Blood
Calm (B.B.B.) Soon ail aches and pains
stop, the poison is destroyed and a real
permanent cure is made of thc worst rheu
matism or foulest catarrh. Thousands of
cases cured by taking B.B.B. It strength
ens weak kidneys and improves diges
tion. Druggists, ?1 per large bottle. Sam
ple free by writing BLOOD BALM Co., 18
Mitchell St., Atlanta, Ga. Describe trouble
and free medical ad vice sent in sealed letter.
The man who says he feels a friendly in
terest in our affairs is a good bit of a nuis
"men-, ix uruitta"jui- V?
Dil, with the aid cf the membranous *[
urfaces of the roots, with their root
airs, which later greatly increase
ie surface connection of the plant
ith the water cf the soil. Large j
?antitios of water thus taken la by ! :
ie plants are "breathed out" into the ; ,
r through the leaves and the amount I ,
enormous, field crops consuming 200 ,
500 pounds of water for each pound }
dry matter the plants add to their 1
vn weight in growing. The roohl ,
field crops are much longer, much \
ore numerous, spread farther and ! ?
inctrato into tho soil to greater ! ?
?pths than many Horsens realize. I j
here the upper portion of thc earth | ?
often too dry fer the plant to feed ! I
me crops send their deepest roots j i
wnward from four to six feet or I ?
)re, though the greater number of : j
Dts are In the upper 13 inches bf !
il. Tho richest portion of the soil j I
d tho part in which the plants pre- j ft
? to feed, if sufficient moisture is ; k
?sont, is the lower half or two
rds of the furrow slices. With
?atcr depth the plant = feed with f.
ire difficulty. While the deepest g
>ts procure some food their chief c(
iction is to bring the water from j"
;p in tho earth when the supply j aj
ir the surface is short. Clover j D(
ids its roo?ts deeper than corn or ' cc
eat, and alfalfa goes deeper than ? ca
vcr. but as the plant food is sought ! efl
ir tho surface the objects should be ? th
lave the moisture there so as to aid I jn
plants to procure soluble food.- j ?j
ladelphia Record. W'
" I had a terrible cold and could ? | Coi
lardly breathe. I then tried Aver's
Cherry Pectoral, and it gave me im
W. C. Layton, SideU, 111.
How will your cough
>e tonight? Worse, prob
ibly. For it's first a cold, ?
hen a cough, then bron
chitis or pneumonia, and
t last consumption,
boughs always tend
lownward. Stop this
lownward tendency by
aking Ayer's Cherry Pec
Three sizes: 25c. SOc,"SI. All druggists.
Consult your doctor. If ho says tnko it,
ou do as he says. If he tell* you not
take it, thea don't take it. He knows.
?ve it with hhn. -Wu aro TTllllnpr.
J. C. ATE II CO.. Lowell, Mass.
?Grippe and Neuralgia Banished and
BY THU CSK OF new
10,25 and COc. at Di us Stores.
e stamped C C C. Sever sold in balle
ware of the dealer who tries to sell
"something jost as good."
Docs and Cits Spoiled by Appetite Tor
rosslbly thc dog world might afford
P better specimen of a living skeleton
than the one in the kennel next to the
door of a boarding pince for animals,
but it would take a day's journey to
"What makes him so thin?" was
asked of the attendant.
"Ile won't cat." was thc reply. "Timi
ls, he won't cat hospital food. He's
been spoiled. Lots of dogs and cats
that are brought here rave been
spoiled. Their owners think it a sign
of high breeding to cultivate an appe
tite for a peculiar and unnatural diet.
They traiu animals to eat all kinds of
food that they would never touch
of their own volition. This emaciated
fellow has been taught to like fruit.
He is particularly fond of pears, bur in
case he can't get them, ponchos, apples
and bananas are a fairly satisfactory
substituto. Unfortunately, his present
ailment makes a fruit diet extremely
dangerous, and since he is deprived of
his favorite food he is literally starving
himself to death."
The attendant passed on to a neigh
boring cage and poked his finger
sportively into the side of a large gray
cat that "meowed" plaintively in re
sponse to his cheery "Hello, there.
Caesar." Thc cat had such a healthy,
wholesome appearance that the visitor
inquired what meat he was fed upon.
'.Humph!" said thc attendant,
"you've missed it there. He doesn't
feed upon meat. He's a vegetarian.
Ile likes onions better than anything
else, unless it's melons. A good many
cats like melons, and most of them arc
also partial to raw asparagus. The
fact is, you might run through a list of
all the dishes that find a place on nay
up-to-date menu and you will find that
some of our patients have acquired a
taste for thom. This epicurean appe
tite may denote aristocratic tendencies
on thc part of my boarders, but 1 don't
approve of it. Most of these acquired
tastes are a perversion of the natural
animal appetite, and it is likely to
prove harmful in the end. The trick is
pretty expensive for us fellows that
run cat-and-dog hoarding houses, and
I'd like to put a stop to it."-New York
A Chicago newspaper says that
"among the contagious diseases of the
age excessive and sterile reading must
bc enumerated." It takes thc matter
seriously, even solemnly. "The world,"
it avers, "has gone mad over books.
They have taken the place of every
other fetich." Hardly as bad as that,
wc think; but there is a good deal of
truth in the averment. Because thc
fetich worshiper is found among men
whose boast is that they never read fl
book, and there are even those who
make a fetich out of that peculiarity.
However, it may bo doubtful if a large
share of the reading of the day is of
real benefit to thc reader. Much of
what passes for reading is not reading;
it is merely vacuous, glancing along
the page. Y?*e see people take up rt
magazine, for example, a magazine
filled with reading of interest and
-.u TP,, Vnn tlmin skim, skim.
of their minds. -ftenrHng I?KP tn WU
is intemperate-the producer o? men
tal stupefaction at the eud. Th ore
nrc patrons of tho fred public
library and of tho circulating
libraries in this city who read with
the same excited assiduity that the.
victim of alcoholic habits follows his
norning and noon and evening drams
indthe habit comes to about the same
:hing in the end. They pour novel
ifter novel into what passes for their
)rains, and get out of tho process the
rterilization of whatever mind they
lo have. This is one phase of tho read
ng habit, and a very palpable phase;
ortunately, it ls not the ouly ono.
sTew Bedford Standard.
america From a Shopper's Viewpoint.
Mrs. M. E. Leicester Addis, an Eng
sh woman, commends the following
imericau articles Ju her paper on
English Wives and American House
eeping" in LIppincott:
"I can widely proclaim that all the
raniteware utensils in my kitchen
lot crockery, which is very cheap io
nglau?) and many conveniences for
?oking were specially chosen in Amer
a; and that our bath-towels, pillow
id bolster-slips, and sheets, also
night new in the States, have the
immeudation of my laurldress be
muse 'they dry. so quickly and are
;sily handled.' I would also buy
ere all my cotton goods, as cheapci
style and quality, also blouses, and
I sorts of cotton or silk cloting
here fit, cut, and style are of valu?!
should also choose to bargain there
r variety and style in silverware and
iss, although I could not claim that
ey cost less. I even sent to America
t a box of Christmas presents last
ar, and though tho carriage cost me
o dollars and fifty cents I felt truly
npensated in the pleasure expressed
to beauty and novelty."
The Ruling Passion.
L good woman was dying; a woman
0 had boon a true wife and a good
ther; a woman with but one weak
is-a love for gossip.
lthough her time on earth was short
; was critically watching the ai
ding physician and nurse, as they
:ed in subdued whispers of thc re
t which their united skill had been
corless to avert.
1 response to the summons of the
ng woman her husband approached
and bent low to catch the words
;ch he expected to be words of love,
lin sue turned her eyes, from which
light was fast fading, upon tho doc
and the nurse, as she said faintly:
i you suppose they are engaged?"
l?ese words were her last.-New
Ono of the Signs.
ie member of Congress was a now
in Washington. After he had fiu
d his dinner at the restaurant the ?ind
:cr brought him pic for dessert, help
there was a knife with it. The unti
member looked at the pic and at less
rajor," he said to his companion, ban,
you think that waiter suspects I be I
a Western Congressman?" cent
ardly. How should ho know any- men
: about it? You were never in .'inti
before, were you?" shou
L-en how in thunder loos he know ?tes
you are?" all, ?
don't know. But if he doesn't, shou
did he bring that knife with tho j of si
or?"-New York Times. ..... ! mia
Good roads reduce the wear and tear
on horses, harness and vehicles, ac
cording to the testimony that follows:
General Stone-Ono farmer, when I
asked him how he was getting on pay
ing his taxes for new roads, replied:
"I save more on repairs on my wagons
and harness than the whole amount of
mv tax on good roads."
Charles L. Andrews, Moorestown,
N. J.-The stone roads have every ad
vantage over thc dirt roads. They
are much easier on horses. They are
a saving of liorsellesh, saving of time,
and, as "time is money," consequently
a saving of money.
Charles S. Athetson, Magnolia/N. J.
-I am part owner and operate a farm
of two hundred acres near the line of
thc recently completed "White Horse"
telford road. I consider this road one
of the greatest public benefits ever
conferred upon the people of this local
ity. At a distance of eight miles it
brings us nearly an hour nearer mar
ket. It enables us' to dispense with
one team. Our teams are in better
condition and require less feed and at
tention in doing thc same amount of
carting. We make a daily saying of
one cent a horse per mile.
Thomas J. Beans, Moorestown, N. J.
-When a farmer liviug alongside a
stone road sends out his team with a
load they do not seem to pull the load;
it just rolls along, and they accom
William Jones, Medford, N. J.-I
live iifteeu miles from Philadelphia,
and a great feature of my business is
the growing of truck for that market.
At present I am five miles from a
stone road, nnd I am obliged to put
four horses to my truck wagon and
send two men with it until they reach
the stone road; then the leading team
is taken off and ono man brings it
back home, and the other settles back
in his gig top and goes to sleep, as
there is no danger of a loaded team
leaving thc stone road-bed until city
pavements are reached. . j
Treatment of Roads Tl*UU Gas Tar.
Y>rhile roads in tho United States
have been treated with crude oil to lay
the dust and render them compact, In
Italy the same end has been attained
by using gas tar, and the experiments
which have been made seem to be quite
successful. M. G. Bimini, the district
engineer at Lugo, near Bavenna, has
published an account of the application
of gas tar to some sections of the pub
lic road in that locality. He uses it
in two different places on the provin
cial route near Lugo, where thc circu
lation is very active. The first portion
treated measures forty feet long and
ten feet wide and the second 750 feet
long and thirteen feet wide. In spite
of the prolonged dryness the results of
this treatment have exceeded the ex
pectations, and the surface of the road
i.-- i.nnnnm vcrv hard and compact, so
?tpon"?"larger scale1;1"' " "'- ?uu-'?^.,*?
A Government Road For rieht Vehiclse.
An enthusiastic automobilist has re
cently revived a proposition which
ivas advocated a century ago, but has
ain dormant for many years. It is
"or a Government road from New York
0 Chicago, and possibly to the Pacific.
Chis road ls to be suitable for bicycles,
intomobiles and light carriages. As
)halt is spoken of as the most suitable
lavement for the rubber-tired vehicles,
file main road would be through the
oost thickly settled sections, with
ranch roads leading to important
oints in the neighborhood of the
oute. The proposition at first seems,
ays an exchange, great and the cost
nsurmouutablc, but when it is con
idcred what the combined efforts of |i
JO various cities benefited could do,
io proposition seems more feasible,
he great work which has been ac
jmplishcd by the bicycle riders of
n's country for the improvement of
ie highways ia certainly wonderful,
id shows what is possible when tho
?ergies of a large number are con- '
?itraff'd toward the same end. Such ]
1 enterprise would not encroach upon j
ie business of any company, since itt
?rpose would be entirely Identifie
Ith ibo new industry. ) _
-- . il
Build inc; a National Highway.
tn seeking to raise money and seem*,
?uence lo construct a National high lni
2y, the American Automobile Assc asl
ttion Is undertaking a work whic.
?its the support of every sportsma, the
the country. That all may join i ty
? effort it is proposed by the associe
u to reduce its dues to $1, and t
en its ranks to all those quallfld
join, and to forthwith institute*! C01
mpaign for the purpose of supp?t- plu
j the bill which will be introducodn wo
ngress this session for the esta- ^41
liment of a trans-continental hig> me
7, starting at Boston and reachlg wo
icago by the lake cities, and Sn
mcisco by the old overland roue T
ough Utah. JT
lore is an object that does not E- bo i
let or confine, its value to autono- Pr0
ists. It appals to practically evey ?JJ
n, for those who do not own a hore, euri
icyclc or an antoine bile, are at lest conj
cerned with thc industrial advm- 5,on?
cs that such on undertaking woild Toi
here is no movement making in te ir0E
?ted States of more value, or me gyS?
re needed, tuan that for road rn- any
.Scicr,4o and Eating. j,
re are ever willing to eat what ive
uki, providtog it is palatable, butno A
syucrasies ot taste. Therefore it
mut of science will overcome ?he ,
elightful to know that many of ihe J?
gs we crave are just the things.ive Non
J. The scientists tell us that tea Dr-;
coffee are int only harmless, ?nit A
ful, if wc don't begin to drink tijera tclei
I we are thirty, and if we don't pay jil
than thirty cents a pound. Coffee teetl
recently escaped from the la|ter tlon'
for a very good brand may liow So
bought fer less than twentydive wori
s. Another important point to/re- j?
iber is that it' we would live ling lion
prosper neither coffee nor tea 'v1*
ld be drunk unless tho grounds it
removed within at least ten ijiin- vinci
after making. Coffee, if boiled at ?.
should be boiled quickly, but1 tea jpj?
ld never boiled. A certain amount
?g?r is necessary to keep the hu- tA
system amiable. .._ ._ _^
\_ HIS FALL. ?
Hei entered the car with an air dis
F^rom his shimmering hoots to his
[ glittering tile
In make-up and manner BO truly au
He was openly scanned as a study
With calmness found only in men ol
He stood while he tendered his fare
with fine grace,
Then the car gave a lurch and, alas!
he was hurled
Over seventeen persons and fell on
- New York Times.
Cocking by Cold.
'Cooking meat by cold instead of
by heat," said a wholesale butcher
up:own, "Is the odd experiment that
mj firm has recently been trying, I
sum?se you are aware that the effect
of intense cold is much like that of
fin. You know that, if your finger
is 'rozen the injured tissues take on
preisely the same condition that they
woild if thc finger hod been roasted.
W?l, that is the basis wc went to
wok on, our motive being the idea
th? with our ice-making plant and all
It vould be cheaper, in our canning de
patment, to freeze our meat than to
co;k it So far, in our experiments,
w? have had good success. We have
swmltted thc meat to a temperature
ofminus 33 degrees Fahrenheit, and
thn have packed it in cans. It has
sbwn all the appearance of half
coked meat; it has been impossible
totell the frozen and the half-cooked
br.nds apart. So far, too, it' has kept
w?l. But whether it will keep as
wll and as long as the meat treated
w.h fire wc do not yet know, as our
eoerlments have not continued a
Efficient length of time. We will
sre about an eighth of a cent a
pund on tinned meats if we succeed
^substituting cold heat in their prep
Soap and Civilization In Guam.
Tho inhabitants of Guam are being ?
tpidly civilized and may soon claim ?
Emission as an American State into ?
?ur glorious Union. The evidence? j
i the early part of last year some- I
}dy shipped $500 wortn of soap to ?
1e island as a speculation. The gen- j
fe Guamitcs were so delighted that <
tey Immediately called for more, and
i October 6,000 pounds were shipped,
?iat will probably be the monthly
?1er from the island. When a Guam
'dy takes to soap the level of clviliza
on is raised the world over.. She ls j
D longer content with the elaborate I
jstume of ncso-ring, bracelet and gar- ?
ir. She wants thc comforts and lux- ?j
Ties of New York. Beginning with j
jap she will soon aspire to the fash- j
nable. And, of course, the Guam I
mtleman will do likewise in his man Jj
.shion. Soap and civilization-the I
mcrican occupation has borne fruit.
.St Louis Post-Dispatch.
It is gentle.
It is pleasant.
It is efficacious.
It is not expensive.
It is good for childre
It is excellent for lac
It is convenient for t
It is perfectly safe ut
It is used by million'
It stands highest, as
If you use it you hav
The Sensa' 'on.
'Doesn't lt give you a terrible feel
j when you run over a man?" they
'Yes, if he's a large man," replied
i automcbilist. "It gives me a pr?t
rought jolt sometimes."
rhere are, In the United States, ac
ding to the last census 12G women
mbers, 45 women plasterers, 167
men bricklayers and stonemasons,
. women paper hangers, 1,759 wo
n painters and glaziers and 545
men carpenters and joiners.
hero ls moro Catarrh In this section of the
ntrythan all other diseases put together,
until tho last fow years was supposed to
acurablo. For a groat many years doctors
aounced it a local diseaso and prescribed
il remedies, and by constantly falling to
3 with local treatment, pronounced it in
iblo. Science) has proven Catarrh to bo a
stilutlonal disease and theref oro reauires
?titutional troatment. Hall's Catarrh
o, manufactur?e" by F. J. Chenoy <fc Co.,
;do, O., ls the only constitutional euro on
market. It is taken Interna Hy in dosos
a 10 drops to a teaspoonful. It acts dlrect
Q tho blood and mucous surfaces of tho
cm. They oiTcr ono hundred dollars for
caso it falls to cure. Send for circulars
testimonials. Address F. J. CUENET &
?ld by Druggists, 75c.
ill's Family Pills aro tho best.
n explorer doesn't have to be a sor
r in order to discover the source of a
CS permanently curod.No fits or norvous
after first day^s uso of Dr. Klino's Great
rohestorcr. 62 trinl bottloand trcntiso f roe
13.H. KLINE, Ltd., 'J31 ArchSt.,Fhlla.,Pa.
ring on the finger is worth two on the
^.?Winslow's SoothingSyrup for children
jing.soiton tho gums, reduces Inflamma
allays pain,euros wind colic. 26c. abottlo
m<! inca work their way up in the:
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5 question of stable construction
ventilation is one of the greatest
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ie kind of tie that will keep the
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ichion, and have the cows adjusted
1 reference to the drop according
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plish this by having the platform
id of the drop, eighteen inches
3r at one end than at the other.
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rial Package of Dr. Blosser's Ca
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) demonstrate the merits of his
?dy, Dr. Blosser offers to mail,
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. Catarrh, a three days' trial pack
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the trial package does not con
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will have been at no expense; if
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is a harmless, pleasant, vegetable
jound, which is smoked In a pipe,
medicated smoke, being inhaled,
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