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FARM WATER SUPPLY.
florr to linn It from tlic I' it mil lllclit
Into the Ilnrn by Mcnn fit
Some pumps need only a little ele
vation to make it possible to run the
water by a spout right Into the barn,
where the cattle can drink without
being exposed to cold or storms. The
cut shows a pump rnised and the ele
vated platform boxed In, the interior
being filled with hay to keep the
pump from freezing. This is not a
PUMPING WATEU INTO THE BARN.
difficult job, and the results are often
worth a, great deal during a single
winter even. The pump can be low
ered again for summer use if desired,
setting the elevated platform away
for use again the following winter.
Few realize what an immense amount
of animal heat (and therefore feed
and milk) is wasted when cows are
turned out to a watering ilnce on a
cold day in winter. The animals come
In shivering, their backs rounded up
with the cold and every hair standing
on end. It takes an hour at least be
fore they feel comfortable again. Un
der such conditions the best results in
dairying cannot be secured. Where
water can be run into the barn in
the way suggested, it will, on stand
ing awhile, acquire the temperature
of the barn, being, then much more
suitable for cows to drink, while the
latter will also be saved the exposure
to cold winds. Is. Y. Tribune.
GOOD CROP TO RAISE.
The 1) cm nnd for "White Ilcnnn la Great
anil Thc-Arc Snre to Hrint: Good
Price This Year.
Those who are in close touch with the
market are expecting white beans to
command high prices for a number of
years to come. Stocks ou hand am
very much depleted, owing to a great
falling off in production during recent
years and nn increased demand. For
example, the Michigan crop for 1S0G
was 3,049,135 bushels, that of 1S0T was
1.7G5.175 bushels, that of 1S95 934,001
bushels and the 1S99 crop was only 7G2,
000 bushels. In California and New
York, two btatcs in which large areas
of beans are grown, less than one-hall
of full crops were obtained last year,
while in Canada and Europe the crop is
light. With very light yields the world
over, the United States and English
governments have been buying very
heavily for the army and nuvy. It is
thus apparent that the supply must
be quite limited, and several good crops
must be secured before there is a nor
In view of these facts, it would seem
as though beans would be a good crop
to plant this coming season if good
seed can be secured and one has suit
able soil. Itural World.
, Danger In 'Wire Fences.
In an article in the Journal of tho
Royal Agricultural society on light
ning and its effect on trees, Mr. Brodie
calls the attention of English farm
ers to a' x'oint of great practical im
portance. In Britain and America the
Increasing adoption of wire fences has
given rise to considerable damage to
live stock frr.m lightning. He quotes
on this mattter the director of the
Iowa weather and crop service. "Un
questionably, wire fences, as now con
structed, serve as death-traps to live
stock, causing a vast amount of loss
every year. And it is also quite evi
dent 'that a considerable percentage
of danger may be avoided by the use of
ground wires at frequent intervals in
the construction of wire fences." "
Quality ot Seed Coin.
The yield of corn is dependent in no
small degree on the quality of the seed,
winch, should bo selected before the
corn !l cut, having regard to the size
and character of the stalk ab well as to
the ripeness and type of the ear. When
tho season Is especially favorable for
thoroughly maturingllie ears, enough
seed to lust at least two years should
bo gathered, completely dried out be
fore frost und stored in n warm, dry
place, A difference of two per cent, in
the yield of dry matter on two adjacent
ucra was noted In favor of tho crop
grown from well-ripened seed over the
yield' from seed grown in a wet, cold
eeuson. Cllntop D. Smith, in Farmers'
Apple and potato parings are great
ly relished, and help In getting a horse
hi line condition., When yon begin to
feed 'ulso begin to exercise.
Always ghe carrots in the Bprlng
If you have none, see that you do not
make the same mistake thin year.
TO EXPLORE THE WORLD.
important Kxpetllllonii to bo Sent Out
by tlio Unlronslty ot Cnltfbrnln.
President Whccilcr hris rnniounoed to
t"io regents of t'10 University at Cali
fornia that experts of acknowledged
rcspurt lmvo been engaged to make
excavatJOns and explorations in parts
of tho world rich with relics, at' an
cient learning. The cratlro expertise
of tho work will be ibormo by Mrs.
Phoebe A. Jlcnrst,
In Egypt Br. George A. Itelsncir will
Grave charge of tlio explioraiUons. Dr.
UlUc will pursue invest;! gationo in
Stouts America, nmd Yucatan. Califor
nia, Now Mexico and iMcxlco -will bo
carolled for specimens by Dr. Philip
Dr. Alfred Emerson, recently proces
sor in the Athens school of archaeol
ogy, is now on. his way to California
to conifer with Jlrs. Hearst in regard
(to tlio work in Grccco and Etruria.
The materials collected by ithc scicn
tifita will foe placed im. .the archaeologi
cal museum to be established, at
ntrda of PnimnRC.
.(XT. T Ar -if m1?M trttTAm fl fll1v MR
I useti to with my fellow-travelers," staid
the man who was relating European ex
periences. "It is not because I feel less so
ciably inclined, hut because of the cold
setback I received at Gibraltar. In the ho
tel office one morning I entered into conver
sation with an Englishman and woman who
lecmcd to me to be the right sort. They did
not meet my friendly overtures with the
usual 'Oh!' and an English stare. On the
contrary, they seemed anxious to become
Acquainted with me, and' soon we were chat
ting pleasantly. I congratulated' myself
upon my good fortune in falling in. with
such agreeable people, who were almost nica
enough to be Americans. We discussed Gib
raltar and were just planning asight-secing
expedition for the following day when one
of the hotel waiters thrust his head in
the doorway and said: 'The missus wants
the both of yez.' My new-found friends
were the maid and man servant of tlie'duch
ess of Cleveland, Lord Roscbcry'a mother."
Detroit Free I'ress.
To California Quickly and Comfort
ably Via Chicago, Union Pacific and North;
Western Line. "The Overland Limited
leaves Chicago daily 0:30 P. M., arrives San
Francisco the afternoon of third day, and
Los Angeles next morning. io change of
cars. All meals in dining cars. Buffet,
smoking and library cars, with barber. "The
best of everything." "The Pacific Express '
lnfM Hhiracn dailv 10:30 P. M.. with first-
class and through tourist sleepers to Califor
nia. Personally conducted excursions every
Thursdav. All agents sell tickets via Chi
cago & "North-Western K'y. For full in
formation and illustrated pamphlet apply to
W. B. Kniskern, 22 Fifth ave, Chicago, 111.
"I shall never be able to find another hn.
band like dear John," said the widow. "I
knaw," replied the persistent suitor. "But
wouldn't you like an entirely diilcrent one,
i'ubt by way of contrast?' Philadelphia
Ton Can Get Allen's Foot-Knae FREE.
WriW to-dau to Allen S. Olmsted, Lcroy,
N. Y., for a FREE samplo of Allen's Foot
Ease, a powd r to shake into your shoes. It
cures chilblains, sweating, damn, swollen,
aching foot. It makes New or tight shoes
easy. A certain euro for Corns and Bun
Ions. All druggists and fthoastorcs sell it. 25c.
After a man docs a clever thing, he usu
ally talks about it too much. Atchison
Conchlnr; Lend to Consumption.
Kemp's Balsam will stop the Cough at
once. Go to your druggist to-day and get a
sample bottle free. Large bottles 25 ami 50
cents. Go at once; delays arc dangerous.
Ella "I om carried away by Tennyson's
poems." Stella "I am sorry wejha'ven't a
copy ir the house." Town Topics "
Piso's Cure cured me of a sTliroat'i and
Lung trouble of three years' standing. E.
Cady. Huntington, Ind Nov. 12,1894;
The man who turns from evil companions
aocs uuuacu a gooa turn. mcago'ALiauy
News. ' . '".
How My Throat Hurts! Why don't you
use Hale's Honey of Horchound and Tar?
Pike's Toothache Drops Cure in one minute.
New York, April i
FLOOR ti 00 it 3 9J
WHEAT-No. 2red bO 3!i
COIIN-No. -. iHU ?
OATS No. 2 white 31jji :
RYE No. 2 western ClH't 0-'
liKEF-Mess. 10 SO a II 00
PORK Family 1:1 50 48 OJ
LARD Western stcameil 0 b) C4 0.B.i
UUTTER-Westcrn creamery W S3
c I1EESE Fancy, small, col'd 13tf 1.T4
EGOS-W'cstcrn llJi' ' 12
WOOL-Domestle fleeco 21 ,:8
Texas 13 '44 " 18, .
PATTLE Steers 4 fc5 .54 5 10
SHEEP 4 50 Ot-0 12JI
HOaS 5 35 O 5 50
CLEVELAND. - "
FLOUR-Wlntcr wheat pat's. 4 03 Si 4 13
Minnesota patents. 3 8) 8.30)
Minnesota kaliem . 2 1T1 & .3 l)
WHEAT No. 2 red WSift liit
CORN No. S yellow 4lJiil- 42-
OATS-No. 3 whlto Slfi'a 3W
UUllilt"V.iCuuiuiji UUU.m w-f'- f,
CHEESU-York state, cream. 14,tJ- 14
Ohio state, cream.. - Iit4rt"-'13H
EGOS Fresh laid 1HSO VI
POTATOES-Perbusu 45 .t -55
SEEDS Tlir.olhy prime 1 2), 1150
Clover 5 00 .'5 :0 .
HAY-Tlmothy 10f.O & 13 50
Hulk on market 13 oo w 14 01
CATTLE-Stecrs. choice. 4 75 5 0.)
SIIEEP-Fair 4 75 w 5 40
HOUS-Yorkcr 5 2i 5 30
FLOCR - Family 2 50 a 2 80
WHEAT-No 2 red 72!, 72
CORN No. 2mlxod 4t ( 41ii
OATS-No. 2 mixed i0H5J 23tf'
icti;-.No. -J ,. sv.Yil U4
HOGS 5 03 ( 5 30
TOLEDO. ' .";
VHEAT-No. 2 cash 725J 72,
CORN-No.2mlxcd 30;ji4 . 33H
OATS No. 2 intxed 23,Si4 .Soli
BEEVES-GoodMePrs 5 00 0 00
Rest veals. 5 75. nj 0 50
SHEEP Native..., 0 10 0M '
Uchtuunbs 7 75 (A 7 80
HOGS Yorkers 5 45 & 5 50
Pigs. 5 45 S50
DEEVES-Commoji touebt... 4 00 5 40'
llest veals 7 IIO 7 23
SHEEP Cholco wethers 0 35 tt B 40
Uust lambs 7 60 7 03
HOGS Mediums 5 60 6 55
Yorkers. 5 40 5 45
WHAT AIjAUASTINE IS.
Alabnstlno la the original and only dur-1
able wall coating on tho market.. It. Is
entirely different from all kalsomlne prep
arations. Alabastlne Is made ready for
use In whlto or fourteen beautiful tlntH
by the addition of cold water. It' latput
up In dry powdered form, In packaeea,
properly labeled, with full directions on
overy package. It takea the place of scal
ing kalsomincB, wall paper and paint for
walls. Alabastlne can bo used on plaster,
brick, wood or canyon, and a child can
brush It on.
HE WAS AGREEABLE.
Would Let the Old Uncle Shoot If
He Fonnd II I m In Such n.
This young fellow is-encaged to a pretty
Detroit gill, but they don't care to publish,
the bans until after Lent. This disturb
an irascible old uncle of hers, who has
a daughter of his own. too much after hi
own style to be a favorite. He took it upoa
himself to send for the young man the oth
"Are you going to marry that niece of
mine?" he asked, sternly, when they wcro
alone in the inner oilice.
"Pardon me. sir, hut I must decline to
answer. She has a father and a mother,
and I'm on good terms with them. I fail
to Ree that it is your affair."
"There's a whole lot that you fail to see.
young man. I'm really the head of our
family, and I'll not shirk my duty. Her
parents are a couple of chumps. Are you
or are you not engaged:
"You force me to say, sir, that it is none
of your infernal business and that you are
just what I heard you were, a sour, cross
grained old curmudgeon."
"See here, sonny, I'll not bandy words
with the likes of you, hut if you had been
going with my daughter as long as you have
my niece, I wouldn't do a thing but put a
revolver to your head, informing you that
if you didn't marry her I'd shoot.
r'And I'd beg of you to shoot." Detroit
WHAT THEY REALLY SAY.
nunhnnil nnd Wife nt the Thenter
Who Appcnr to He Enfrnccd
A man and wife enter the theater. As
noon as they are seated and she digs around
for the hat pins and removes her hat they
look; at each, other smilingly and teem, to
onlookers, to be carrying on an animated
conversation. Here's what they're really
Husband Your hair's crushed and plas
tered down in front like a dago barber's.
Can't you give it a swipe that'll
Wife Unreasonable thing! How can you
expect me to have my hair all fluffy and
nice as soon as I take off a heavy toreador
hat that comes down over my
"Well, give it a couple of dabs, anyhow.
Looks now as if you'd? been making a high
dive off a"
"There now does it suit your lordlord
ship?" "Oh, well, it isn't as dinky as it was.
What's become of that wliat-you-calHt
that rat thing you got to put under your front
hemp awhile ago; That made it stick up
some, anyhow, and "
"The doe ate it up, and it was too warm,
anyway. .My, what a tnchttul Haircut your
barber gave you to-dayl Makes you look
like a Russian moujik! Don't you think
vou'd better change your barber?" etc.
An Overworked nird.
Dorothy Our Audubon club had a lovt
ly meeting this afternoon.
I'jpa What did you do, dear?
."Oh, we passed an enthusiastic resolu
tion appointing a committee to take immedi
aet steps right off, you know for the pro
tection of the cuckoo."
j. papa; in the cuckoo clock, you
' Detroit Free Press.
.TiAr.ttti awp APniii
Ar Use Ttloit Disagreeable ITIontfis ot
the Year In tho !Yorth.
In tho South, they are tho pleasantcst and
most agreeable. Tho trees and shrubs put
forth their buds and flowers; early veg
etables and fruits are ready for sating', and
In fact all nature seems to hare awakened
f rpm its winter sleep. Tho Lonlsrills & Noah
Tllie Railroad Company reaches the Garden
Spots of the South, and will on the first anil
third Tuesdays ot March and April sell
round trip tickets to all prlncrpnl point In
Tennessee, Alabama. Georgia and West
Florida, at about half rates. Write forpar
tlcnlars ot excursions to P.Sid Joncs.D.P. A.,
In charge of Immigration, Birmingham, JU a..,
or Jackson Emith, D. P. A., Cincinnati. O.
Necessity is said to be the mother of in
vention, but is not oftentimes invention,
the mother of necessity? Most inventors
go broke. Uoston transcript.
Ghaut uf the Glacier
And Other Tales, including Making a Revo
lution, Susquehanna Trail, Sculpture of the
Elfs, Once a Pillar of the World, Feathers of
Fashion, and others. A delightful volume,
beautifully illustrated. Ready for distribu
tion alwut May 1. Send 10 cents to T. W.
Lee, General Passenger Agent Lackawanna
Railroad, 20 Exchange Place, New York
City, Edition. Limited.
Evidence of a mil.
"A man with a bill!" announced thi
The king was visibly startled.
"He must be a bird!" exclaimed his
jnaiesty, thinking of the rigorous measures
he had taken to prevent creditors approach
ing the royal person. Detroit Journal.
The Million Dollar Potato.
" It's marvelous. Saber's catalog tells, so
also about Rape for cattle, sheep and swine.
Costs 25c' a ton to grow. Send 5c. and this
notice, to-dav, to John A. Salzer Seed Co.,
La Crosse, Wis., for hb big catalog, ic
Good Kucajjcment. ,
First Veteran Actor Well, how goes it!
Good engagement, I suppose good pay?
Second Veteran Actor Well, old friend,
you know how these things are. Salary,
properly speaking, I don't get, hut I eat the
whole of an enormous beefsteak in the sec
ond ac,t. N. Y. World.
PUTNAM FADELESS DYES produce
the fastest und brightest colors of any known
dye'stulT. Sold by ail druggists.
It i'b said that care will kill a cat: hut
if a mam doesn't care very much he will
probably" find a bootjack or a gun just as
elfectjve. Chicago Daily News.
To Care a Cold In One Day
Take Laxative Rromo Quinine Tablets. All
druggists refund money ii it fails to cure. 25c.
Fortune favors those who work as if they
expected to succeed without it. Chicago
, Ltinc's Fnuillr aieillctnc.
Moves the bowels each day. In order to
be healthy this is necessary. Acts gently on
the liver and kidneys. Cures sick head
ache. Price 25 and fiOc.
It takes two to rtuarrel: but some folks
don't seem to have much trouble finding
the other one. Puck.
WHAT "KALSOMINES" AIII3.
' ICu:somlncs are cheap nnd temporary
preparation, manufactured from whiting,
chalks, clays, etc. They are stuck on the
walls with decaying animal glue. Ala
bastlne Is not a kalsomlne. It Is a rock
base cement, which sets, and It hardens
with ntje. It can be re-coated and re
decorated without having to wash and
scrape oft Its old coats. Alabastlne Id
utilized to a great extent In hospitals, as
It prevents the accumulation of dirt and
the congregating of disease germs, being
disinfectant in Itu nature.
The Roberts Family, of Falls City, Neb., Are Healthy and Happy A Rare Sight in These Days.
"We Think Penma Is The Greatest Medicine On Earth."
No man is better known in the State of
Nebraska than Mr. Carl T. Roberts, con
tractor and mason. A typical American
active, shrewd and full of business sapcity.
He is not only a provider for his family, but
a nrotector. In a recent letter to Dr. Hart-
man he writes, among other things, as fol
lows: "Our boy, James, had the membranous
croup, and repeated attacks of lung fever.
Our boy, Charlie, was also subject to re-
B sated attacks of pneumonia and pleurisy.
ur third boy, John, was subject to fever
and ague (malarial) and liver trouble. Your
remedy, Peruna, cured my boys entirely,
and now I have three of the healthiest boys
in the State of Nebraska, which I attrib
ute to your medicine. My wife had a stom
ach trouble whicli Peruna also cured. Alto
gether for my whole family we have used
nineteen bottles of Peruna, and have thus
saved S500 in doctors' bills. I am a contract
or and mason by trade and am known all
over Nebraska. I have had a stomach
trouble which has been greatly relieved by
your remedy. Peruna, for which I am still
taking it. We think it is the greatest med
icine on earth." C. T. Roberts, Falls City,
i ,0 .. . .Mvw?''T-l:n!m-'
Evcry shop, factory and family should
on hand; for wounds, bruises, stings
&c, are sure to happen. See largo cir
at all times. At Druggists only.
MJI'-i.im.U.IUM ! .
It Cures Coughs Coldi, Croup, Bore Throat Influ
enza, 'Whooping Cough, Bronchitis and Asthma.
A certain cure for Consumption in first ctacei.
isds sure relief in advanced sUjti. Use at once.
You vll! sea the excellent effect after tikis? tho
first doso. Eold by dealers everywhere. Frico,
25 and 50 cent! per bottle.
S3 & 3.50 SHOES W
Wortn S4 to $6 compared
vmn oiner inuKes.
Indorsed by over
77o nennino have V. 1
Douglas name and pnee i
stamped on bottom 1 al;c I
no substitute claimed to be
as good. Your dealer
should kern theraii
Dots we will send a nalr
on receint of Price and z;c.
extra ior carnace. state Kina or learner.
size, and width, plain or can toe. Cat. free
u. l. uuuuutt &r.ut uu., urockton, Mass.
THIS Flaaiantest, most powerful, effective and
novor faillntr ItKMEDT for
I.A. 3UIl'li; und CATAJCIIIi:
If ull know wh&t ihouiands know of th
cClcacyof'5 llt01"S, s a Curative
its well m n rruveutivo of any Avho or
I'aln known to tho human bad v. there
TiiADc mauk would not b ft famDr in all America
vrithoutiiOotllm5 bltOlVI' Send for
trial bottle, IV, or large buttlif 11.00, (containing 300
SIVAXHOIV UnRUMATIG CURE CO.
1OOH1 K. F.i St.. Chicago. 111.
CHUKCIIES AND SCHOOLHOUSES.
The Interior walls of churches, school
houses and all public halls should never
be coated with anything but the durable
and pure Alabastlne. So evident has this
fact become, that hundreds of tons arc
used annually for this work. Tho genu
ine Alabastlne does not rub or scale oft.
It Is cleanly during the Ions period ot Its
usefulness. Every owner of a building
should use It. Ask your paint dealer or
druggist for curd of tints, and write for
free copy of our Interesting booklet to
Alabastlne Co., Grand Itaplds, Mich.
iIImi,,, i ,, i-r-Y M H TH. Fi lai iS El JH Ml Ml Ml Mi Ml
ifc&fjiX I Lv. CLEVELAND 8 : oo A. M.
ML B Ar. INDIANAPOLIS 3:10 P.M.
w vef TJJ
xj;t.t-T t i
ffl7A." J9l. I
for tlio intcrlor
D. C., to Dr.
bus, Ohio, ns fol
lows; "I've of
ten beard of your
and havo per
suaded my wifo,
who has been
much of a suffer
er from catarrh,
to try Peruna,
and after using
on a bottle she
improved. It has
(iroved all you
for it, and I take,
pleasure in rec
ommending It to
nnvono who is af
flicted with catarrh." Peruna has become,
in a multitudo of households, absolutely in
dispensable. hi 3 or 4 Years au Independence Is Assured
If you take uproar homes
lu Western Canada, tne
land of plenty. Illus
trated patu blets. plTtnu
experlcnuu of larmers
it ho navu become wealtny
In Kruwlnu wheat, rcpnrtn
of dolfitatt's. otc. nnd full
; informattuu as to reduced
runway rates can do nau
on nimllfiLLton to tltu
I Superintendent of Immlcrallon. Department of
I signed, who will mall yon atlases, pmnpnlett. etc.,
interior, Ottawa, uiuiaua. or anaress tn unner-
freo of cost. b
lKDllV, Hunt, of lmuiluratlon.
Ottawa, Canada; ortaM
I D A New Train West I
; I The"ST. Louis Lihited' I
1 "" 1
Esaa1 n B ? & TferO r3-d X. -fl U 'W& 1
I MODERN COACHES.
Dig bour Koute. I
I WARREN J. LYNCH, Gen'l Pass. Aeent, VV. P. DEPPE, Ass'tOen Pass. Act 1
T3 Ya rTn-wTin-iiiT.,-r-iii nn iiiminTirrni r. n- . vm--i n, imi 1 1 . hill iihumrrnirmTTrTiiiiiiB
U i : Uoirol mclL- I) ii cTven Columbi, Ohio ' !:A1U o"' l'miWrn oKr. and a Vainple "bITW -Hit.,
uotroit, Mien., u. l uavin, oiumous, unio. t.lirarl. EAULl; MF. t0- Jolm St ?.,, Sow Yixr
v.Mnnra. no jicrnu
Vnn Buren's Hhou
lnatln Comnound la
the only K)s1 ttvo oure. Past ox
Eerlonco speakH lorltsolr. ixpot
I t. Calltonilu. Avo., Cblcuuo.
ItEJUCT THIS "JUST AS GOOD."
The dealer who tells you that he can
sell you the "same thing" as Alabastlne
or "something Just as good," either Is
not posted or Is trying to deceive you. In
offering something he has bought cheap
and Is trying to sell on Alabustlne's de
mands, he may not realize tho danger to
himself us well as to you. Kewure ot
all new substitutes. Dealers risk a suit
for damages by selling and consumers by
using an Infringement. Alabastlne Co. own
the right to make and sell wall coatings
adapted to mix with cold water.
Mr. T. G. Walker, Carneiro, Kansas,
writes: "It is with pleasure that I report
that I am better than I have been for many
years, I believe Peruna is without a doubt
the best medicine that ever was used in a.
family. It has cured my nervousness, with
which I have been, afflicted for a great num
ber of years."
It is a fact of ever-increasing astonish
ment that so many otherwise sensible and
provident people will, for the neglect of so
simple a precaution as to have a bottle of
Peruna at hand, bring upon themselves the
needless suffering and foolish expense that
a practitioner of medicine is forced to wit
ness every day.
As soon as the value of Peruna is fully ar
preciatcd by every household, both as a pre
ventive and cure of these affections, tens of
thousands of lives will be saved, and hun
dreds of thousands of chronic, lingering:
cases of disease prevented. Peruna is th
A complete work on- chronic catarrh sent
free to any address by the Peruna Median
Comnanv. Columbus, Ohio.
To sueceisf ully In trod or
our new CUara In ttt
County, rellabla penuat
(either aejt), (nrntiibtd
FHEK a handaointBsa4
rat Box, American naita,
This cajitlrattnfr Inain.
mnt Dlars AUTO
OOO different tunen. lUndrr
) perfection Dance Uutlc.fionira. Jim orHym:
ithurt tlmemily.WB vrlllKlve aamo FRE. Semi
rii-o. nil rifiitic ill runiv iniivuri uhwiii inin i-uil-
with distrusting stuff constantly lalllne from took
r.ostrm into jour ttiruat? One psokoi or ixc.
IIUI.M.IVS OWN OAT Alt 11 U SNUVJ?
One nsokot nr
HUHK iv 111 net you rlpht with Yourself and u
restoftho world. Bold I n COc and S 1 packets. Se4
l)u. A.OULiiAN, OUIO Jackson Ave., Chicago. JJ).
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