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e Grip Leaves Thousands in its Path
Weak, Nervous, 9
" For Grip
n We af
other catarrhal con
ditions resulting from
the Grip, in the en
tire Materia. Medica
J have found no rem
edy that cquis Pe
runa for prorrt ac-
m r r i . V
me nartman sani
tarium. LIKE A DEMOX grip has crossed our
country, leaving1 behind scores of
Victims of catarrh of the head, ca
tarrh of the throat, catarrh of the
lungs, catarrh cf the stomach, catarrh
of the kidneys, catarrh of the pelvic
organs, are to be counted by hundreds
of thousands. Grip is epidemic ca
tarrh, and sows the seed of chronic ca
tarrh within the system.
This is so true that few grip suffer
ers are able to make a complete recov
ery until they have, used Peruna.
Never in the history of medicine has
a remedy received such unqualified and
universal eulogies as Peruna.
A ISerr York Alderman's experience.
Hon. Joseph A. Flinn, alderman
Fifth District, writes from 104 Chris
topher street, New York City, as fol
lows: "When a pestilence overtakes our
people we take precaution as a nation
to preserve the citizens against the
"La grippe has entered thousands
of our homes this fall, and I noticed
that the people who used Feruna were
quickly restored, while those who de
pended on doctor's prescriptions, spent
weeks in recovering, leaving them
weak and emariated.
"I had a slight attack of la grippe
end at once took Peruna, which drove
Bit. oT " " ' 'k 1 ' ' 1 ' ' ' PrtLU
Genuine stamped C C C. Never sold in bulk.
Beware of the dealer who tries to ssil
"something just as good."
fp AHAKESJS S
r :i lief and POSITIVE.
k tl KKS 1MI.KW.
'A fjTI For free sample address
2iTlL$0 ASAKES1S," Trib
une buildirjg, Kew Torx.
Not a Success. A-seum "Were you one
of her ehahng-d.ish party?" Al. Way Sea
ton "Huh! We were a chafing chafing
dish party. The chafing-dish didn't chaie
as much as we did, and eorae of us are
hungry yet." Philadelphia Press.
Piso's Cure cannot be too highly spoken of
M a cough cure. J. W. O'Brien, 322 Third
Ave., N., Minneapolis, Minn., Jan. 6, 1900.
Mrs. Wiggs "I have made it a prac
tice to put all my worries down in the
bottom of my heart, then sit on the lid
and smile." Kansas City Star.
.Flattery gilds the goose it intends to kill.
m fcof i x ? j m
Delicately formed and gently reared, women will find,
in all the seasons of their lives, as maidens, wives, or moth
ers, that the one simple, wholesome remedy which acts
gently and pleasantly and naturally, and which may b3
used with truly beneficial effects, under any conditions,
when the system needs a laxative, is Syrup of Figs. It
is well known to be a simple combination of the laxative
and carminative principles of plants with pleasant, aro
matic liquids, which are agreeable and refreshing to the
taste and acceptable to the system when Its gentle
cleansing is desired.
Many of the ills from which women suffer are of a tran
sient nature and do not come from any organic trouble
and it is pleasant to know that they yield so promptly to
the beneficial effects of Syrup of Figs, but when anything
more than a laxative Is needed it is best to consult the
family physician and to avoid the old-time cathartics and
loudly advertised nostrums of the present day. When
one needs only to remove the strain, the torpor, the con
gestion, or similar ills, which attend upon a constipated
condition of the system, use the true and gentle remedy
Syrup of Figs and enjoy freedom from the depression,
the aches and pains, colds and headaches, which are due
to inactivity of the bowels.
Only those who buy the genuine Syrup of Figs can hope
to get its beneficial effects and as a guarantee of the ex
cellence of the remedy the full name of the company
California Fig Syrup Co. is printed on the front of every
package and without it any preparation offered as
of Figs is fraudulent and should be declined. To
who know the quality of
offer of any substitute,
for, is always resented by
some first-class drug establishment
not recommend, nor sell
remedies. The genuine
rename aruggisis everywnere
the disease out of my system in a few
days and did not hinder me from pur
suing my daily work.
"I should like to see our Board of
Health give it official recognition and
have it used generally among our poor
sick people in Greater New York."
Joseph A. Flinn.
I). L. Wallace, a charter member of
the International Barber's Union,
writes from 15 Western avenue, Min
"Following a severe attack of la
grippe I seemed to be affected badly
all over. I suffered with a severe back
ache, indigestion and numerous ills, sot
I could neither eat nor sleep, and I
thought I would give up my work,
which I could not afford to do.
"One of my customers who "was
greatly helped by Peruna advised me
to try it, and I procured a bottle the
same day. I used it faithfully and felt
a marked improvement. During the
next two months I took five bottles,
and then felt splendid. Now my head
is clear, my nerves steady, I enjoy food,
and rest well. Peruna has been worth
a dollar a dose to me." D. L. Wallace.
Mr. O. n. Perry, Atchison, Kansas,
"Again, after repeated trials of your
medicines, Peruna and Manalin, I give
this as my expression of the wonderful
results of your very valuable medicine
Spoiled' Ills -Dinner.
A prominent clergyman in Boston, who
i actively identified with missionary work,
has recently been preparing some colored
clergymen from the soirth for missionary
work. Lately he invited them to dine
with him. Toward the dinner hour the
reverend gentlemen waited an hour in his
reception room for bis guests, but none
came. At last he called his maid servant,
mentioning the matter to her and re
marking that it was very strange that his
expected gue?ts did not put in their ap
pearance. "Yis, sor," replied Mary, "but
wot's stranger still, sor, is that I've done
nothin' the whole avenin' but turn nie
jrer minstrels from the dure." N. x.
Hale's Honey of Horehound and Tar re
lieves whooping cough.
Pike's Toothache Drops Cure in one minute.
The pitcher that goes too often to the
well may be broken, but the one that
never goes will never be filled. Judge.
To Cure rt Cold In One Day.
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All
druggists refund moneyif it failsto cure. 25c.
A girl that can't cook and will cook ought
to be suppressed. Chicago Daily News.
No muss or failures made with Putnam
this excellent laxative
at ou cents pe
Syrup of Figs is called ; VmmlmXm?3W
a transfer of patronage to. I WmmmWf&
. where thev do:- XmJrMimm !i
brands, nor Imitation-.- &?h CmmML tt
, may be bought of all MM
r bottle. : tv.z-wo?a.-?f.fiTSv: T
more. the effi
na in quickly
fects h as
talk of the
In its effects in my case after repeated
"First, it cured me of chronic bron
chitis of fifteen years' standing- by
using two bottles of Peruna in Jan
uary, 1894, and no return of it.
"After I was cured of bronchitis I
had la grippe every winter for several
winters. But, through the use of Pe
runa, it got gradually weaker in its se
verity, until it dwindled down to a
mere stupor for two or three days.
Now the stupor does not trouble me
any more." O. H. Perry.
A Congressman's Experience-
House of Representatives,
Washington, D. C.
Peruna Medicine Co., Columbus, Ohio.
Gentlemen "I am more than satis
fied with Peruna, and find it to be an
excellent remedy for the grip and ca
tarrh. I have used it in my family and
they all join me in recommending it as
an excellent remedy."
If you do not receive prompt and sat
isfactory results from the use of Pe
runa, write at once to Dr. nartman,
giving a full statement of your case,
and he will be pleased to give you his
valuable advico gratis.
Address Dr. Hartman, President of
The Hartman Sanitarium, Columbus, O.
Larger Quantities. Miss Gabble "And
she accused me of retailing gossip about the
neighborhood." Miss Sharpe "The idea!"
Miss Gabble "Positively insulting, is-n't
she?" Miss Sharpe "Yes, for you're really
a wholesaler." Philadelphia Press.
It is a great misfortvne not to have sensf
enough to speak well and judgment enough
to speak little. Cato.
He Means It.
New Berlin, 111., Mar. 10th: Mr.
Frank Newton of this place speaks very
earnestly and emphatically when asked
by any of his many friends the reason
for the very noticeable improvement is
For a iong time over two years he
has been suffering a great deal with pains
in his back and n all over feeling of ill
ness and weakness. His appetite failed
him and he grew gradually weaker and
weaker till he was very much run down
A friend recommended Dodd's Kidney
Pills and Mr. Newton began to take two
at a dose three times a day. In a very
short time he noticed an improvement;
the pains left his back and he could eat
better. He kept on improving and now
"Yes, indeed! I am a different man
and Dodd's Kidney Pills did it all. I
cannot tell you how much better I feel.
I am a new man and Dodd's Kidney P'lls
deserve all tne credit."
CS((tj V, Iff
FEEDING DAIRY COWS.
Care Must lie Exercised It Perfectly
Satisfactory Itesulta Are to
Farmers do not realize the heavy
losses they suffer from failure to
feed cows properly. It is estimated
that the average annual yield of but
ter per ccw is 125 pounds. Every
cow must first be furnished with
enough food for body maintenance;
then whatever she gets over and
above that amount goes to make
milk or meat. If a cow is bred
along dairy lines that is, if her sire
is a full-blooded dairy animal she
will not have a strong tendency to
convert feet into meat and will there
fore convert it into milk. So if she
is well fed from the time she drops
her calf, is regularly milked and
made comfortable quiet and content
ed, the more feed she gets the more
milk she will give, says the Michigan
Under careful feeding and good man
agement the yield of butter can easi
ly be raised to 300 pounds a year. AVe
have about 11,000,000 dairy cows in the
eountrj', which are yielding about
1,375,000,000 pounds of butter, which,
at 15 cents a pound, amount to $200,
205,000. If the 11,000,000 cows were
properly fed, they would produce
3,300,000,000 pounds of butter, which,
at 15 cents a pound, would amount to
$495,000,000. Allowing for the extra
cost that good feeding would necessi
tate, there is an annual loss of over
$250,000,000 because of poor feeding.
It maj- be thought by some that such
an enormous yield of butter would
bring ruin to the dairy industry. It
would to certain countries and locali
ties where feed is expensive, but the
farmers of the northwest need have
no fear on this score, for they could
and would in a short time be called
upon to furnish European countries
with theirbutter, as we could furnish
it and make more mcney than we do
at prices that other countries could
not possibly meet. In round numbers
it costs about twice as much to pro
duce "butter in Denmark as it does in
the northwest. It will take many
years to bring the average up to even
200 pounds per cow, and those who be
gin now to feed right will have the
benefit of the good prices. Present
prices will be found entirely satisfac
tory if cows are liberally and proper
ly fed. Ddring the year 1S95, under
good management, cows returned a
net profit of $40 per head; during the
year 1S9G they made a net profit of
$30 per head after deducting the cost
of feed; during the year 1S97 the net
profit per cow amounted to ?38 per
head, making the average for the
three years $36 per head, without giv
ing anj- credit for skim milk and young
HANDY MILKING STOOL.
Illinois Dairynyin Describes n Con.
trhance Which Suits Him Very
AVell Indeed. .
My milking stool is made of 1 inch
boards. Pieces a are 1x6x12 inches;
b is 1x6x8 inches; c is lxOxlS inches
- - Jl
MR. TAYLOR'S MILKING STOOL.
and d is 1x6x6 inches. The strip e is
placed as tightly and firm as possible.
The milk pail sits on board e, across
the end of which is a cleat to prevent
the pail slipping off. Notches are
also sawed in pieces a and d. so as
to form legs. The milker sits on
board b. Fred Taylor, in Farm and
TIMELY DAIRY NOTES.
Cows' need some succulent food in
winter to enable them to do their
A dair3' authority says: Butter
that has been properly made will not
stick to the knife blade when it is
A poor cow takes up as much room,
eats almsot as much feed and re
quires almost as much care as a good
one. Weed them out.
The man who furnishes unclean
milk for consumption or to the
creamery deserves no consideration.
Unclean milk from one herd may
spoil the whole day's receipts. (
The Dairy and Creamery recently
received a letter from a firm in Ger
many asking where skim milk can
be bought cheaplj- and in large quan
tities. The firm making the inquiry
proposes to start a factory to mami
facture a new by-product of milk
after the butterfat is taken out of it.
Dairy Hint from Germany.
The Germans find that with warm
water the daily quantity of milk is
increased one pound a vfnv as com
pared with cows drinking cold water.
While the cows drank an average of
73 pounds of warm water a day, thej
drank but 63 pounds of cold. They
found also that cows drinking warm
water consumed three-fourths pound
of food more daily, though they con
sumed a smaller qiantity of dry
food for each quart of milk. The
increase in quantity of water drank
was accompanied by an increase of
water in milk, with no increase of
the total solids, which means that
the milk from cows having warm
water had a greater per cent, of wa
ter in it than did the milk of cows
drinking cold water.
Gypsy Moth Still at Work.
The gypsy moth fight seems to be
on once more says the Springfield
Kepublican. The gypsy moth com
mittee of the state board of agricul
ture in its report declares that the
moth was under control when the
policj" of extermination was aban
doned. It holds that at present that
abandonment has resulted in immense
loss and in the impending danger
that everything in the eastern part
of the state wjll be eaten up. Xow
:omes the mayor of Maiden and pe
titions that the work be taken up
Dnce more, and that the state pay
JlOOjOOO for the beginnicg.
Mrs. F. Wright, of Oelwein,
Iowa, is another one of the
million women who have been
restored to health by Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.
A Young- Xew York L.ady Tells
of a Wonderful Cure :
My trouble was with the ovaries ;
I am tall, and the doctor said I grew
too fast for my strength. I suffered
dreadfully from inflammation and
doctored continually, but got no help.
I suffered from terrible dragging sen
sations with the most awful pains low
down in the side and pains in the back,
nd the most agonizing headaches.
No one knows what I endured. Often
was sick to the stomach, and every
kittle while I would be too sick to go
to work, for three or four days ; I work
in a large store, and I suppose stand
ing on my feet all day made me worse.
"At the suggestion of a friend of
my mother's I began to take Lydia
E. IMiikuam's Vegetable Com-
Foiuid, and it is simply wonderful,
felt better after the first two or three
doses; it seemed as though a weight
was taken off my shoulders ; I con
tinued its use until now I can truth
fully say I am entirely cured. Young
jirls who are always paying doctor's
bills without getting any help as I did,
ought to take your medicine. It
costs so much less, and it is sure to
cure them. Yours truly, Adelaide
PaiHL, 174 St. Ann's Ave., New York
City." $5000 forfeit if oriqinal of abow letter
proving genuineness cannot be produced.
Send for a free sample of Dr. Sherman's Prickly Ash Kidney
Tablets. They are guaranteed to be equal in every way to the well
known Prickly Ash Bitters, which has been used so extensively during
the last forty years for kidney diseases, liver, stomach and bowel
disorders. That grand old remedy has been modernized by the appli
cation of new scientific principles, and prepared in tablet form, easy
to take, quick to act on the system, and convenient to carry in the pocket.
tF YOU ARE CONSTIPATED,
They will produce a copious operation of the bowels
and a feeling of brightness, vigor and activity.
IF YOU ARE SUBJECT TO INDIGESTION,
They strengthen the digestion, drive out impurities,
and badly digested food in the stomach. Will relieve
the pain of indigestion in a few minutes.
IF YOU FEEL DROWSY, TIRED, BILIOUS,
They will brighten yon up, make work a pleasure,
restore energy, appetite, and cheerfulness.
FOR KIDNEY DISEASE,
They strengthen the kidneys, subdue inflammation,
heck wasting away cf the kidney tissue, build up
anew the debilitated organs and restore healthy func
FOR PURIFYING THE BLOOD AND PUTTING THE
SYSTEM IN GOOD CONDITION,
They cleanse the blood thoroughly, purify, strengthen
and invigorate the the whole system and fit the body
and brain for effective work.
Persons who are unable to swallow a tablet may get the same
result by dissolving the dose of tablets in a little water (from a table
epoonful to a half wineglassful) and drinking the mixture.
Dr. Sherman's Prickxy Ash Kidney Tablets are put up in
packages containing fifty tablets, the price of which is fifty cents.
Each package contains as many doses and is equal in medicinal
strength to a dollar bottle of Prickly Ash Bitters.
When buying from dealers be sure to get the genuine, having this
signature, cCQlLt-ma on the outside label. If you dealer has not
get them, send us fifty cents in coin or stamps ; we will send them by
mail. Samples sent to any address free. Write for them. Address,
PRICKLY ASH BITTERS CO,, St. Louis,
Inquired the Price.
He Then everything is fixed, and wa
can be married in May, can we.?"
She There i only one thing I have not
spoken of, and mamma insisted that I
"Certainly, my angel. What is it? Bid
me go through any trial for your dear sake
and I'll do it. Ask for the Golden Fleece,
and if such a thing is in existeare I'll get
it aye. even though I must swim the
seas, climb the loftiest peak, or search
in the fuming craters of mighty volcanoes.
I'll do it."
"It isn't much, my dear. Mamma aid
I must ask you how much you intended
to allow rne a week for pin money."
"Urn er how much are pins a paper
now?" Stray Stories.
She I always heard tea was bad for the
He Oh. it can't be! 1 see Lipton says
he's coming over again to liffvthe cup.
Better Than n Clock.
Butler Wot time is ut, Jeems?
Footman It must be going on three
o'clock the misses has just made her
fifth change of costume! Stray Stories.
! ST. JACOBS
A ROUGH ESTIMATE.
SoTtl Metiiod of Ascertaining What
a Lo of Twenty Pounds
A ivell-knovrn judge, -who is as famous
for his wit as his corpulency, was much
disturbed in mind by his tendency to ever
Increasing stoutness. He tried many rem
edies. At length & friend suggested that
he should take a course of treatment at
certain hot springs. He immediately eet
oat for the place, sojourned for a few
weeks at it, managed to get rid of a good
deal of superflous flesh, and returned
home in a most happy and- jocular fram
of mind, relates an exchange.
On the first morning after his return,
when he was wending his way to th
courthouse, he came to the butcher shop
where his family were supplied with meat.
Marching in?ide, he sard:
"Cut me off 20 pouisls oljiork."
The buticher sharpened his knife and at
once complied. The judge looked at the
meat for a minute or two and then walked
"Shall I send the pork to your house, my
lord?" inquired the butcher, who felt that
the judge had overlooked instructions.
"Oh, no," was the reply, given with a
smile. "I don't want it. I have fallen off
just 20 pounds, and I only wanted to have
an idea of how much it was!'
HOW HE GOT IT.
Jones EnT Way of Laying; I'p Money
IVhuae He AVas In the
Some recent developments at Jefferson
Citv have recalled a tory that used to be
told about a former Buchanan county rep
resentative in the legislature. Before his
election to the legislature he was chronic
ally "broke." hen he returned- from
Jefferson City he exhibited $500 in good
crisp greenbacks. Some of his friends
"jollied" him about his prosperity, relates
the Kansas City Journal.
"You didn't have a cent when you went
to the legislature, did you, Jones?" said
one of them.
"Xot a blamed cent," said Jones.
"As a matter of fact, I lent you half
your railroad fare, didn't I?"
"I believe you did."
"Well, you were down in Jefferson City
about 40 days. You got five dollars a day.
Now what we want to know is how you
managed to save $500 out of a total income
"Come closer," whispered Jones, "and
I'll tell you how I did it. I had my wash
ing done at home."
W. L. Douatam maktsm mnd mallm
rrroro men's Goodyear Welt Hand'
Sowed Procoaa) shooa than any other
manufacturer in tne world.
win be paid to anyone who
can diaprovo this statement.
Because W. L. Douglas
is the largest manufacturer
he can buy cheaper and
produce his shoes at a
lower cost than other con
cerns, which enahles him
to sell shoes for 3.50 and
SJ.uu equal in every
way to those sold else
where for $ 1 and $5.00.
The Douc-las secret oro.
cea of tanning- tha bottom aolea produces abso
lutely pure leather ; more flexible and will wear
Ion ere r than any other tannate In the world.
The sales have more than doubled the past four
years, which proves its superiority. Why not
g-ive W. I Douglas shoes a trial and save money.
Xot Ire I ncrrait 1C99 Sales : SC,0:l,S8.l,l
UBuiIdmii 1903Sale: &,024,a40,00
A gain of S3,83O,4S0.?B in Four Years.
W. L. DOUCLA8 S4.00 CIUT SDCE LINE,
Worth S6.00 Compared with Other Makes.
The best Imported and American leathers, Heyl't
Patent Calf. Enamel, Box Calf, Calf, Vicl Kid, Corona
Colt, and National Kangaroo. Fast Color Eyelets.
Pflllflnn Ttx aennlne have W. I DOTJOULS
U&U Hull name and price stamped on bottom.
Shoe (f mail, SSe. extra. J! Int. Catalog frer.
V. UiiOUOLAS. BKOCKTOK, MASS.
mm FAIL IN A DRY 1TME
THE 5ICH Of THE FISH NEVER fAHS
Remember this when .you buy Wet
We&ther Clothing and look for the
name TOWER on the buttons.
This sign and this name have stood
for the BE5T durino" sixty-seven
jretrs of increasing sales.
If .your dealer will not supply you write for
free catalogue of black or yellow water
proof oiled coats, slickers, suits, hats, and
horse goods for all kinds of wet work.-
A. -J. TOWER C O, s TUB flWBfct
BOSTON. MAli. U. 3.A. 3IQN
TOWER CANADIAN CO,
TORONTO. CAN. f"1"1-
IV II EX WRITIXO TO ADVERTISEES
please state that you saw the -A.dvcrlle
sent In this paver
L'JrttS WHtKt ALL fcltt fAils.
Couph Sjr-np. Taftes Good. Use
la time, foia dt aropensts.
ALL TIRED OUT.
feelings come to
taxes the kidneys.
they fail to per
form the duties
nature has provid
ed for them to do.
When, the kid
neys fail danger
ous diseases quick
ly follow. Urinary
dropsy, rheumatism, Bright's diseasa.
Doan's Kidney Pills cure all kid
ney and bladder ills. Bead the fol
Veteran Joshua Ileller, 706 South'
Walnut street, Urbana, 111., says: "In
the fall of 1S93 after getting Doan's
Kidney Pills at Cunningham Bros.
drug store in Champaign and taking
a course of the treatment I t6ld the
readers of this paper that they had
relieved me of kidney trouble, dis
posed of a lame back- with pair
across my loins and beneath the
shoulder blades. During the inter
val which has elapsed I have had oc
casion , to resort to Doan's Kidney
Pills when I noticed warnings of art
attack. On each and every occasion
the results obtained were just as sat
isfactory as when the pills were first
brought to my notice. I just as em
phatically indorse the preparation to
day as I did over two years ago."
A FREE TRIAL of this great kid
ney medicine which cured Mr. Heller
will be mailed on application to any
part of the United States. Medical
advice free strictly confidential.
Address Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo,
N. Y. For sale by all druggists, price
50 cents per box.
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written by men who ksvjw, tell
you all about
They are needed by every man
who owns a field and a plow, and
who desires to get the most out
They are free. Send p;jtl et.rd,
GERMAN KALI WORKS
08 Xassaa Mreet, Aew York
FREE TO WO.VIE.M
To prove the healing and
oleansinp power ol Paxtlne
Xollet Antiseptic we will
mail a large trial package,
with book of instructions
absolutely free. This la
not a tiny sample, but a large
package, enough to convince
anyone of its value. Women
all over the country are
praising Paxtlne for what it
has done in loeal treat
ment of female ilia, cur-
Ingall inflammation and discharges, wonderful
as a cleansing vaginal douche, for sore throat,
nasal catarrh, as a mouth wash, and to remova
taitar and whiten the teeth. Send to-day; a
postal card will do.
Sold by drnftlt or- aent postpaid by as, SO
eetits, lurire lx. S J 1 1 c Ti 1 1 r a s;aarBteed.
TIIK It. I'AXIOV ., ol Ct.iiBibaiAT4
If 25 centS"
Greatest, Cheapest Food
on Earth for Sheep, Swine-,
Will be irorth $100 to too to re4 That
Sl:er'a catalog t Sout rape.
Bilticn Doilar Grass
will poilllirlT cat T" rich; 11 Ion,
of har and lota of paaturo per acre, ao
a!o Eromui, Feaoal, Kpeltz, Macaroni
vheat for arid, but ,oil, r3 bit, per
acre. JJth Century Out,. .V baa. P
acre and Tcoiinte, Yield 100 tas
Green Fodder per acre.
Forthls Notice and 1 0c.
vtmllblinulf and 13 Farm Seed
X ft wnplh tini.MlmiWt.
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Removes all swelling ia 8 to M
cays; enecis a pcrmaneni tun
in 3oto 60 days. Trial treatment
given free. Nothingcan be fairei
Write Or. H. H. Green's Sons.
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I.arg-cat growers of Seed Pototoealn America.
Tae "liars! AtwVtrlifr-' tl ves&slzer'a Ear
ly Wlacaaain a yield of 743 bu. per av. Prlees
dirt cheap. Uammoth aeeo book and earn pie of
Tc.ltevprltE, Macareal Wheat, 6S km. per
a.. Ulaat Clover, ett .apca receipt ef lOo postage.
JOnX A. SALZEBSEEDCO. La Crosse, Wis.
I PAY SPOT CASH FOR
SoFnty land warrants
ltiedto oldierof any war. Also Soldiers' Additional
Uoniexteajl Kii;ht. rite me at on re.
FRANK U. UEGEK. V. U Box US, Deavj r, Colo.
For all Ke Trine Machines.
I Standard Conrla Onle.
ClTAMHil E FREKTO DIALERS.
BLELOCK MFC. CO.,
SIS Lut Lhl ST., suLeaia, Bo.
A. N. K. P
UIMTCn- MII.IT1RT T,A!TD TVAB.
Par hit I C.U It ANTS. K paid persons ieilius;
rne who has one. whether I buy or coi.
IX. Ji. K.i:LLE, ttaira UW45., bu iu CU7.Ua.
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