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FIRST POLAR EXPLORER.
A Holland Sailor Soagbt m Northeast
Passage to China la 1594,
. From Harper's Weekly: The hardy
mariners who were the pioneers in Po
lar discovery achieved wonders, con
sidering that they had everything to
learn about methods of Arctic work,
and their vessels and equipment were
very inadequate One of the greatest
of all Arctic v. pagers was the man
who commanded the first true Polar
expedition, William Barentz. He sailed
from Holland in 1594, on the little fish
ing smack Mercurius, and the object
of his voyage shows how ignorant the
merchants and seamen of those days
were as to the navigability of Arctic
seas. Barentz pushed into the un
known for the purpose of sailing
around the north end of Nova Zembia,
sad finding a northwest passage to
Chilis, and so for a month he skirted
the wall or ice that barred his way,
seeking in every direction for a lane
by which he might travel through the
pack, putting his vessel about eighty
one times and traveling back and forth
along the ice edge for 1,700 nlles. The
highest north he attained during this
careful examination of the ice edge was
614 statute miles south of the highest
point reached by Nansen, or S74 miles
from the Pole.
Cranberries are not injured by freez
ing, and so it is an easy matter to ship
them in cold weather. They are often
sent as far as Manitoba in ordinary
open box cars. When they arrive they
are frozen into solid blocks of ice. The
sides of the cases are knocked off and
the berr:s are exposed In a solid
mass, like cakes of ice, except that
they are much more beautiful from
their ric'i red color. They are chopped
off exactly like ice, and the citizen of
Winnipeg is so accustomed to buying
his cranberries en bloc that he doesn't
mind in the least, though an Eastener
would probably object to taking them
In that way, thinking, in his preju
diced mind, that the berries are
spoiled. Hartford Post.
There Is a Class of People
Who are injured by the use of coffee.
Recently there has been placed in all
the grocery stores a new preparation
called GRAIN-O, made of pure grains,
that takes the place of coffee. The
most delicate stomach receives it with
out distress, and but few can tell It
from coffee. It does not cost over 4
as much. Children may drink it with
great benefit. 15 cts. and 25 cts. per
package. Try it. Ask for GRAIN-O.
A pious Lnng Island editor fathers
the story of a horse owned by Sam
uel Webb of Greenport, which, afterj
being hitched up each morning, goes
alone to the master's store; but one
day when Its shoe was loose it went
instead to the blacksmith's shop,
where Mr. Webb found i.
Will be published by the Soo Line Mondays,
containing all Telegraphic News and up-to-
latc information as to Uest IIoctes, SER
VICES. Steamship Sailings, and every fa
cility as same develop. Invaluable to Alaskan
prospectors and all their friends. To be placed
r-n nuailingr list, send six cents (6c) in stamps to
VT. H Callaway, G. I. A. Minneapolis, Minn.
"Some fiend incarnate," says ä Mis
sissippi editor, "with the roaring fur
nace of hell staring him in the face,
entered the residence of John Jones
recently and stole the Presbyterian
Sunday school collection." New York
Don't Tobacco Spit and Smoke Your Liie Away.
To quit, tobacco easily ami forever, be mag
netic, full cf life, nerve and viiwr. take Xo-To-liac.
the wonder-worker, that makes weak men
urong. All tirut'fr'ists, fttic. or i. Cure guaran
teed. Bxklet and sample free. Address
bterling Kemedy Co.. Chicatro or Xew York
Still Able to Kick.
A Kentucky mule has been working
ftcadily for 3D years, and Is able yet
to kick a hole through a two-inch
CAUSE FOR ALARM.
How baldness begins.
How to prevent it.
Every person, male or female, shrinks
from baldness. It adds to the appearance
of age and is a mtious discomfort. The
ease are rare when the faüing out of the
hair may not be stopped, and a new and
healthy growth of the hair promoted. The
hair grows in the scalp like a plant in the
soil. If a plant flourishes, it must hare
constant attention- it must be watered
regularly and find its food in the soil
where it is rooted. It'a so with the hair.
Neglect is usually the beginning of bald
ness. Dandruff is allowed to thicken on
the scalp. The hair begins to loosen. The
scalp loses its vitality. The hair, insuf
ficiently nourished, begins to fade and to
fall. The instant ueed in such a case is
tome practical preparation which, sup
plying the needed nourishment to the
scalp, will feed the hair, give it strength,
and so produce a strong and healthy
f rowth. All this is done by Dr. Ayer's
lair Vigor, the most practical and valua
ble preparation for the hair that can be
obtained. It tones up the scalp, does away
with dandruff, stops the hair from falling,
restores the original color to grav or faded
HOW TO WASH WITH EASE.
Any Woman, With a Little Experience,
Can Wash Garments Satisfactorily.
That the family washing cannot be satis
factorily dene with a scant supply of Lard
water and inferior oap is a tact not al
ways understood by housekeepers, yet
these inconvenience are the cause of yel
low clothes, and faded garments. Strong
lye soap made in the home kitchens, may
have answered for the use of our grand
mothers, and the cheap laundry soap found
in the village stores hsif a century ago was
thought good enough for women who had
learned to make hard rubbing do the work
which good soap should havedone. But iu
this age of progress labor-saving appli
ances are used by intelligent women, and
in no place do they count for more than in
the laundry. Alter assorting the clothes,
put the linens in a tub nearly full of hot
water, and rub them with Ivory Soap, as
each piece is washed, it should be wrung
out, and placed in a clean tub. When all
are washed pour loiliug water over, and
let stand until cool, then rinse, and starch
the clothes. After the linens are washed,
the white wearing clothes should be washed
in the same way, then thecolored garments
taken through!" resh suds, rinsed, starched,
and hung on the line. When dry each
piece should le taken from the line, shaken
out, sprinkled, folded and laid in a basket
until morning, when they should be care
fully ironed. Eliza II. Parker.
Collection of Indian Antiquities.
The late Hallett Phillips remark
able collection of over 20,000 Indian
implements and antiquities from the
valley of the Potomac river has been
given to the Smithsonian institution
by Thomas Lee, to whom Mr. Phillip3
had bequeathed it. Besides being an
expert of high rank in international
law, Mr. Phillips, in a comparatively
short life, became the greatest author
ity in the country on the subject of
prehistoric man in the Atlantic tide
water region. The Phillips collection
Is said to be the best key in existence
to the manners and habits of the an
cient Algonquin race, as it was the
larrgest of its class in the world.
The Atlantic Monthly for 1893.
In the number for January a new
and notable novel, "The Battle of the
Strong," by Mr. Gilbert Parker, will
be begun. It will be recalled that the
Atlantic published Mr. Parker's suc
cessful "Seats of the Mighty."
Mr. F. Hopkinson Smith's stirring
serial, "Caleb West," which was brgun
in the October number, will be con
cluded in the number for March.
Short stories by the best writers
will be a part of the contents of every
Advice to Klodikers.
"Be sure you are riplit then go ahead."
The newspapers are filled with all sor':s of
statements regarding mining in the Yukon
basin; and schemes for tho profit of the
"stay-at-homes'' are more plentiful thaa
icicles in Dawson. The railwaj"s are try
ing to place before you reliable informa
tion ns to the country and how to get there.
The Northern Pacific as the pioneer in
Alaska passenger traffic, running its trains
from St. I'aui and Minneapolis to Puget
Sound and Portland, have y their recent
ly issued map folder on Alaska, nain dem
onstrated their right to first consideration.
Send Chas. S. Fee. St. Paul. Minn., 2-oents
postage for the latest and be&t Alaska
How It Worked,
"It works this way," said the agent.
"When a burglar tries to crpen the win
dow this bell begins ringing and !
wakes you up." "Bell rings and wakes
me up?" said Popper. "And it will
wake the baby, too. I don't want it.
Take it away. I guess you dont know
that kid of mine." The Yellow Book.
Hasn't Slept for Three Month.
George W. Woodruff, of Flora, Ind.,
has not slept for three months. He
works day and night and his general
health is good.
To Cure Constipation Forever.
Take C"ase;irets Candy Cathartic. 10c or
IfC C C fail to cure, drui.sta refund money
My liberty ends when it begins to
involve the possibility of ruin to my
neighbor. John Stuart Mill.
Iowa Farm for sale on crop paymTit. ?1 per
ncre casn. na lance cron yearly until paid for.
J. Mulhall, Waulutwn. 111.
A good woman is .the salt cf the
earth and a flirt is its pepper.
hair, and gives an abundant and rlaniT
growth. Those who are threatened with
approaching baldness will be interested
in the following voluntary statement,
made by Alderman S. J. Green, of Spencer,
Iowa, lie writes :
"Abont four months ago, my hair com.
meaced falling out rr rapidly that I
became alarmed, and being recommended
Dr. Ayer's Hair Vigor by a druggist, I
resolved to try this preparation. I have
been now usiug it for three months, and
am much gratified to find that my hair lias
ceased falling out and also that hair which
had been turning gray for the past five
years has been restored to its original
color, dark brown. It gives me much
pleasure to recommend this dressing."
S. J. Green, Alderman, Spencer, Iowa.
Those who are Interested In preserving
and beautifying the hair will do well to
send for Dr. Ayer's Curebook, A story of
cures told by the cured. This book of ioo
pages is seat free, on request, by the J. C
Ayer Co., Lowell. Mass.
Condensed Report cf the Doings
in Senate and House.
PENSION BILL IS PASSED.
The Meature Provide for nn Expendi
ture of 15141,203,880 Sir. Ulusley
Confident of the Success of Iiis
Wednesday, Dec. S.
The-session of the house lasied only
fifteen minutes. W. A. Stone (rep.) of
Pennsylvania reported the pension ap
In the senate Senator Allen intro
duced a resolution declaring it to be
the sense of the senate that congress
should, with all convenient speed, ac
knowledge by appropriate act the poli
tical independence of Cuba. The sen
ator said he was convinced the senti
ment of the country was opposed to
the position taken by the administra
tion. Thursday, Dec. 9.
The house in committee of tho v.-liole
entered upon the consideration of the
pension appropriation bill. It was ad
mitted on both sides of the house that
the $140,000,000 carried by the bill for
pensions would not cover the expendi
tures, but as congress would be in ses
sion Mr. Cannon said it would le easy
to make good any deficiency that might
Mr. Allen (dem., Miss.) produced fig
ures showing an estimated deficit for
the next year of $72,000,000. Mr. Ner
ton (dem., O.) charged that Commis
sioner of Pensions Evans had advocat
ed a law that would hereafter cut off
the widow and the orphan. Messrs.
Myer (dem., Ind.) and Campbell (dem.,
111.) submitted brief remarks in favor
of liberal pensions.
The senate did a considerable amcu-U
of business, although no very impor
tant measures were considered or pass
ed, and there was very little debate.
Mr. Carter, chairman of the census
committee, secured unanimous consent
for the consideration on Monday next
of his bill providing for ihe taking f
the federal census in 1900. Ths senate
adjourned until Monday.
Friday, Dec. 10.
The house pas-sed the pension appro
priation bill without amendment and
adjourned until Monday. As passed iho
bill carries $141,2C3.8S0. Mr. Dingley
gave a new interpretation cf the esti
mated increase in pension expendi
tures. He figured out a surplus of $10,
000,000 for the coming fiscal year. The
effect of the anticipatory revenues, he
said, would all be overcome during ;Iiis
fiscal year, and that after May or Juno.
1S98. the revenues would exceed the
The senate was not in session.
STREAT0B MINERS WIN.
Illinois Operators Agree to Pay Iron-
After standing out for seven months
for what they thought was due them
the Streator, III., miners have gained a
decided victory. The operators have
agreed to pay the gross-weight scale
for mining, which was adopted at the
Joliet conference a few days ao.
This ends the long strike in this sec
tion and will put 2.000 men at work
in the next few days.
KeruHcri t t;rnt Injnnrtinn.
Judge McCiure refused to grant tht
state of Indiana an injunction against
the Standard Oil Company's gas-wa3t-ing
methods in the gas field. The c-as?
will be appealed to the supreme court,
and if necessary carried to the federal
Ker.i'd Marderer Sentenced.
Judge Clyde sentenced Delilah Riles
to be imprisoned twenty years and
William Ivern twelve years for the
murder of Jerome Kern, near Waverly,
Iowa. They pleaded guilty of murder
in the second degree.
Continued to February Term.
The trial of former Deputy Treasur
er Perry Fair, charged with forgery
and the embezzlement of D?Kalb coun
ty, Ind., funds, was continued to the
February term cf court.
Trotetit .zlii-it Annexation.
Senator Hoar has presented a mon
ster protest in the senate from native
Iluwaiians against the annexation of
the Hawaiian islands to the United
Offer of n I'atrlotle Spaniard.
The Marquis Villamajor has written
to Sagasta, the Spanish premier, Otter
ing 10,000 (530,0) to start a national
subscription for the increase cf the
Taunt the In I ted SM tea.
The German and Trench press unite
in declaring that the United States has
pocketed the Monroe doctrine on see
ing Ka!ser Williams resolute attitude.
lli'V. Dr. Atkinson Dead.
Rev. Dr. John Atkinson, author of
the hymn, "We Shall .Meet Beyond the
River" and of numerous works on
church affairs, Is dead.
Deficit Iii Iowa Treanry.
State Auditor McCarthy ifi his bien
nial report estimates that there will
be a deficit in the Iowa state treasury
of nearly $300,000 next June.
Talk of Itlanco's IteHlgiit Ion.
It is said that General ltlanco will
resign if he finds it impossible to ar
range affairs so as to establish auto
nomy in the island.
Kantor That tlie I'nrt la Cfe't.
It Is rumored in European capitate
that China hs ceded Uao Chou to
YOU CAN'T STOP 'EM.
The Fnry of an Unfettered Element Falls
to Crush Them The Fire Fiend Defied.
The new3 comes from Attica, Ind.,
of the destruction, by fire, of the big
laboratory and office building of the
Sterling Remedy company, makers of
Cascarets Candy Cathartic and No-To-Dac,
the original guaranteed tobacco
habit cure. The preparations made by
this big corporation are known
throughout the world.
The fire broke out in one of the
packing rooms on the third floor during
the noon hour, and had made consider
able headway before it was discovered.
The Sterling Remedy company is the
principal industry of the beautiful lit
tle city of Attica, employing several
hundred people, besides being affiliated
with the interests at the Indiana Min
eral Springs, the famous Magno-Mud
Cure. The entire population was
worked up to a frenzy of excitement.
Meanwhile th almost proverbial
energy and presence of mied of "Hust
ling" Harry Kramer, the general man
ager of The Sterling Remedy company,
was displayed. He was the coolest
man at the scene. He quietly walked
away, and secured a big carriage show
room near by, and had all office furni
ture, charred and delapidated as it
was, taken there. Several shipments
were made the same evening from
goods saved, and on Friday morning,
all departments were at work In var
ious rooms about town, while a gang
of men were cleaning away the wreck
age preliminary to rebuilding.
The actual damage amounts to many
thousands of dollars; the loss due to
interruption of business and confusion
of detail i3 inestimatable, but pluck
and energy of one man will turn de
feat into victory and move the wheels
of business to ever-increasing speed.
Nothing can stop the success of Cas
carets and No-To-Bac with such char
acteristic force behind them.
Poultry Schools In France.
England imports eggs and poultry
to the value of $23,000,000, while
France exports $70,000,000 of the same.
France has a number of poultry
schools, where pupil3 are regularly
trained in rearing fowls, managing
iDcubators, curing diseases, etc., 30,000
chickens being hatched each season at
the Gambais school. The pupils pay
for their Instruction, and work from
6 a. m. to 8 p. m., three of the hours
being devoted to study. Scholarships
are founded for the benefit of those
unable to afford the tuition fee.
Catarrh Cannot II Cured
with LOCAL APPLICATIONS, as they cannot
reach the seat of the disease. Catarrh is u
blood or constitutional disease, and in order to
cure it you must take- internal remedies. Hall s
Catarrh e'ure is taken internally, and acts
directly on the Mood and mucous surfaces.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is not a quack medicine.
It was prescribed by one of the best physicians
In this country for years, and is a regular pre
scription. It is composed of the best tonics
known, combined witti the best blood purifiers,
acting directly on the mucous surfaces. The
perfect combination of the twu Ingredients is
what produces such wonderful results in curing
Catarrh. Send for testimonials, free.
F. J. CHENEY & tO.. Props., Toledo, O.
Sold by druggists, price Too.
Hall's Family Pills are the best.
Walking for Pleasure.
Harry Chester, the Globe trotter, is
now making a tour of the south on
foot, which will likely be extended to
the Klondike in the spring. He sells
the World, song books and pictures,
and during the long evenings lectures
on his travels.
Seal Sklnq Are Scarce,
Every woman In the country who
was promised a sealskin coat this win
ter has been several times informed
that the total catch was only 30,000
skins not nearly enough to supply the
Ifetween New York and Liverpool.
The screw of an Atlantic liner re
volves something like 630,000 times be
tween Liverpool and New York.
Star Tobacco is the leading brand cf
the world, becuuso it is the Lest.
Fad A peculiarity of another person.
AiM PEN LETTER
WE ARE ASSERTING IN THE COURTS OUR RIGHT TO TH2
EXCLUSIVE USE UP THE WORD " CASTORIA " AND
J, DR. SAMUEL PITCHER, of Byamiis, Massachusetts,
was the originator of "PITCHER'S CASTORIA' the same
that has borne and does now Slj? sfT . on, every
bear the facsimile signature of (ayffc wrapper.
This is the original "PITCHER'S CASTORIA," which has been
used in the homes of the mothers of America for over thirty
years. LOOK CAREFULLY at the wrapper and see that it is
the hind you have always bought yTxfJa on
and has the signature of ZaJ&x cZ&&ZC wrap
per. JTo one has authority from me to use my name except
The Centaur Company of which Chas. H. Fletcher i
March 8, 1SD71 QSC dc-tx.
Do Not Be Deceived.
Do not endanger the life of your child by accepting a chp substitute
which some druggist may offer you (because he makes a few more pennies
wu u;, ujc uigreuienis oi wmcn CVC11 JlC does not know.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
et:to I nt FAC-51MILE SIGNATURE OF
Insist on Having
The Kind That Never Failed You.
"WW! BUGS '
MRS. LYNESS ESCAPES
The Hospital and a Fearful Operation.
nospitalsingrcatciticsare sad places
fourths of the patients lyin on those
are women and girls.
Why should this be the case ?
Because they have neglected themselves! Women
as a rule attach too little importance to first symp
toms of a certain kind. If they have toothache,
they will try to save the tooth, though many leave
even this too late. They comfort themselves with
the thought that they can replace their
they cannot replace their internal organs !
Every one of those patients in the
nad plcut3 of warnings in the form of
feelings, pain at the right or the left
nervous dyspepsia, pain in the small of the back, the
' blues," or some other unnatural symptom, but they die
not heed them.
Don't drag along at home or in the shop until you are finally obliged to
go to the hospital and submit to horrible examinations and operations!
Build up the female organs. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound will
save you from the hospital. It will put new life into you.
The following letter shows how Mrs. Lyness escaped the hospital and a
L.ydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, and
after one week I began to recover and steadily improved until I was cured
completely. By taking the Tinkham meiticise, I avoided an operation which
the doctor said I would certainly have to undergo. I am gaining every day
and will cheerfully tell anyone what you have done for me." Müs. Taos.
Ltkess, 10 Frederick St., Rochester, N. Y.
Went Ills Own Way.
Perry Rushing and his wife quar
reled at the fork of a road near Troy,
Ala. Mrs. Rushing wanted to go one
way and he the other. Finally he said
he would die before he went Mrs. Rubb
ing's way. She was obdurate, and
Rushing blew off the top of his head
with his shotgun.
Iicauty Is Iilood Deep.
Clean blood menus a clean t-kin. No
beauty without it. Cascarets,Candy Cathar
tic cleans your blood and keeps it clean, by
stirring up the lazy liver and driving all im
purities from the body. Uein to-day to
banish pimples, loils., blotohes.blackhe.uls,
and thatsickly bilious complexion by taking
Cascarets, beauty for ten cents. All drug
gists, satisfaction guarantee!, l'Je, -jc, 5Uc.
Moral, Keep Hooks.
Dasherly "Awful brea
Scrooge made." Flasherly "What
was it?" Dasherly "Got her Christ
mas presents mixed and actually sent
some to the very people that gave them
to her." The Yellow Book.
A man or vornan if (joih! ehnrch xtsivlinsr can so
cure (K!tin with well known house of 20 j e rs sti rul
ing U t as Manager and Correr-pniule nt in this cu;i
ty. Salary 7"K yvarly. AMres A. 1". T. Elder, Svo-ü-tary,
-i'ti Michigan Ave.. Chicago. III.
lletter Than Klondike.
C. H. Shattuek of West Virginia some
time ago bought a farm for $S00. Re
cently it was found to be rich in oil,
and he sold it for $800.000.
ASTHMA can be qniHcly cured by Or. Taft'
Aftthiualene. All untrerer from this distressing
comiilaint ohoultl write to Ir. Taft Bros.. 4 Klin Sr.,
KK-!i-Mer. N. Y.. for a cample (ottie, !wiitatKolutely
free on receipt vt imint-amJ addle. They are reliable.
An immense pulp mill, the largest
in Maine, is soon to be erected on the
banks of the Androscoggin river.
it J"o.oo1b Oil
Ab Ul K liiAUÜ MARK.
A Little Puck Camera $2,00
(Scot to Ally tddrtss, prrpaij, upon receipt of price.)
flakes a Very Desirable Christmas Gift
TakesPictures 2x2i inches. Capac
ity 6 pictures. The Most Complete
Camera of its size ever put on the mar'
ket. Compact, light and easy to work.
Complete took of instructions with
every Camera. Send two 2'Cent stamps
for sample photograph. XXX
Sweet, Wallach & Company,
217 Vabasn Avcaac, Chicago.
to visit. Three-
snow - white beds
teeth ; but
hospital beds '
bearing - down 1
of the womb,
lcarlul operation. Her experience should encourage
other women to follow her example. She say
to Mrs. Pinkham :
thank you very much for what you have
for me, for I had given up in despair.
Last h ebruary, I had a miscarriage caused
by overwork. It affected my heart, caused
me to have sinking spells three to four a
day, lasting sometimes half a day. I
could not be left alone. I flowed con
stantly. The doctor called twice a day
for a week, and once a day for four weeks,
three or four times a week for four
Finally he said I would have to un
an operation. Then I commenced taking
Time may be money, but some peo
ple's time is about as valuable as con
FITS rermanentlC'ured. Nofits o-nervousness aftei
first ii.y"s of Or. Kline's tireat .Nerve Restorer.
Send tor FKKE $'4.00 trial bottle and treatise.
Da. lt. Ii. Klink. LU..931 Arch St.. Philadelphia, Pfc
The fortune hunter prrfers a hand
some figure rather than a pretty face.
My doctor said I would die, lut Piso'8
Cure for Consumption cured me Amos
Keiner, Cherry Valley, Ills., Nov. 23, 'J3.
Physic if thrown to the dogs might
give the poundmasler a vacation.
No-To-lt:c for Fifty Cents.
Guaranteed tolacco habit cure, makes wak
men strong, blood pure. fiUc. $1. All druggists.
The man who has a telephone in hs
office is charged with electricity.
TO CURE A COLD IX OXE DAT.
Take Laxative Hmmo Quinine Tablets. A!l
Druggists refund the ii-oney if it fails to cure. o
The most of the slips occur after
the cup has been to the lips.
Mr. Wlnlow Soot bins: Syrup
rorehlldren teethlnjr.wn'teiis the trunis. reduce inflanv
iualion.&Ua'ä ain,cures wind coli ;. 5 cents a buttl.
Tears of joy and sadness are both
drawn from the same tank.
Coe'a Cocjrh Ha lea m
lr the oldest and bent. It w ill break u a cold quicker
tixar. ü'ytliin? elae. It Is aJwaj s reliable. Try it.
A scientific boxer may be either a
pugilist or an undertaker.
Educate Your llowels With Cancaretn.
Candy Cnthartic cure constipation forever.
10c. If C C C fail. drufKists refund money.
Italy's wheat crop is 35 per cent,
smaller than last year's.
Smoke Sledge Cigarettes, 20 for 5 cts.
Wild ducks are very plentiful la
Rhode Island waters.
W. N. U. CHICAGO. NO. 51. 1897.
vhcn Answering Advertisements Kindly
iMention This Taper.
Sick and Nervous Head
aches MSimiLT Cured
in 30 Minutes, by
At all druggists or sent post
paid upon receipt ol V-
FRENCH CHEMICAL CD.
356 Deartcrn St.,
Ctiicitfo. I IL
H AIR RENEWER
Qeanscs the scalp and
puts new life into the
hair. It restores the
lost color to gray
hair. It means
youth and beauty.
rry hoinmerker atiouUI addres ith.r J. K.
MKKKY, A. U. f. A., ManohrM!-, Iowa; W. a.
KH.UWI, A. O. r. A.. Loul-vwl. Kt or S. O.
HATCH. I. P. A.. Cincinnati. O., ftvr a fr copy of
thr ILLINOIS CKMKU, H I I.KO l'
bOUI'HKHN HOMKr.i:KKKV lit'tülw
rfiarharw, tu tlaiiiuiattDa,
I manna, or uirrrationa
. vi muco at turubrtn.
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BDU UHI Mlllfl.
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