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Millions In Oats.
Ealzer's New National Oats yielded in
1903 in Mich., 240 bu.,-in Mo.. 235 bu.,
ia N. D., 310 bu.. and in 30 other f-tates
from 150 to 300 bu. per acre. Now this
Oat if generally crown in 1904, will add
millions of bushels to the yield and mil
lions of dollars to the farmer's pur.,e.
Try it for 1904. Largest Seed Potato grow
ers in America.
Salzer's Speltz, Beardless Barley, Home
Guilder Corn, llacaroni Wheat, I'ea Oat,
Billion Dollar Grass and Earliest Cane
are money makers for you, Mr. Farmer.
JUST BEND THIS "OTICE AND IOC
in stamps to John A. Salzer Seed, Co.. La
Cros.e, Wis., and receive in return their
big catalog and lots of farm teed sam
The Fly "The moth seems very
grouchy." The Koach "Yes: he's been
chewing the rag all day.' Princeton
Do not believe Piso's Cure for Consump
tion has an equal for coughs and colds. J.
i Boyer, Trinity Springs, Ind., Feb. 15, 1900.
The man who is above his business may
one day find his business above him.
Stop the Co ash .
and work off the cold. Laxative Bromo
Quinine Tablets. Price 25 cents
She "Why do you always insist on hav
ing your own way?" He "Why ehouldn'4
1? My way is always the best." iSom
No muss or failures made with Putnam
Straight running makes better speed
than the swiftest circling. Iiara'a Horn.
Mrs. Elizabeth H.
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dale, N. Y., Grand Worthy Wise Templar,
and Member of W. C.T. U., tells how she
recovered from a serious illness by the use- of
Lyctia k. rinkham s Vegetable Compound
Deab Mas. Pin k ham : t-I am one of the many of vour grateful friends
4 Tho have been cured throug-h the use of JLytlia E. Pirikliam's Vegretable
Compound, and who can to-day thank you for the fine health I enjoy. When
I was thirty-five years old, I suffered severe backache and frequent bearing1
down pains ; in fact, I had womb trouble. I was very anxious to get well,
and reading" of the cures your Compound had made, I decided to try it. I took
only six bottles, but it built me up and cured me entirely of all my troubles.
"My family and relatives were naturally as gratified as I was. My niece
had heart trouble and nervous prostration, and was considered incurable.
She took your Vegetable Compound and it cured her in a short time, and she
became well and strong', and her home to her great joy and her husband's
delight was blessed with a baby. I know of a number of others who have
been cured of different kinds of female trouble, nnd am satisfied that j-our
Compound is the best medicine for sick women." Mrs. Elizabeth H. Thompson,
Box 105, Lillydale, N. Y.
Thousands upon thousands of women throughout this country
are not only expressing such sentiments as the above to their
friends, but are continually writing letters of erratitude to Mrs.
l'inkhain, until she has hundreds of thousands of letters from
women in all classes of society who have been restored to health
by her advice and medicine after all other means had failed.
Ilere is another letter which proves conclusively that there is no
Other medicine to equal L.ydia E. Pinkliam's Veg-etable Compound.
.1 ST V.
all the praise to Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound." Mrs.
M. TiLi-A, 407 Ilabersteen St., Savannah, Ga.
Mrs. Pinkham has on file
FOR FEIT i' we cannot forthwith produce the original letters and signatures ol
above testimonials, which will prove their absolute genuineness.
JLydia H. Finkham Med. Co., r.ynn, Mass.
FOR SALE- AT LOW PRICES
GIVEN AWAY by the Government
Low Settlers' Rates to Montana and Washington
DAILY DURING MARCH AND APRIL, 1904
There are thousands of acres of rich
agricultural lands not yet under culti
vation along the line of the
Write to-day for illustrated bulletin,
giving detailed information
OWN YOUR OWN FARM
General Itumifrration A (rent
W So. Clark St., Chicago
Sale Ten Million
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Millions of the world's best people us
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beautifying the 8i.iri, for cleansing the scalp
of crusts, scales and dandruff, and the
stopping of falling hair, for softening,
whitening and soothing red, rough ana
sore hands, for baby rashes, itchings and
chafings, and many sanative, antiseptic
purposes which readily suggest themselves
to women, especially mothers, as well as
for all the purposes of the toilet, bath and
The sporting editor of the Daily Bread
was acting temporarily as auswers-to-cor-respondents
A note from "Constant Reader," con
tained the query: "What do the letters
'D. I).' mean.?" was handed to him.
"Dollars to Doughnuts," he wrote in
reply, without a moment's hesitation.
This is none too early to see about ac
commodations at the World's Fair. Bet
ter write the Inside Inn, Room 110, Ad
ministration Bldg., St. Louis, to-day, for
particulars, which will be sent you free.
It is the only hotel in. the World's Fair
Towne "Senator Dullard seems to have
acquired quite a reputation as a wit."
Browne "les, he was interviewed once
by a bright reporter." Philadelphia
Thompson, bf Lilly-
"Dear Mrs. Pixkham: I suffered with
poor health for over seven 3rears, not sick
enough to stay in bed, and not well enough to
enjoy life and attend to my daily duties proper
ly. I was growing thin, my complexion was
6allow, and I was easily upset and irritable.
" One of my neighbors advised me to try
Iiydia 12. Pinkliam's Vegetable Com
pound, and I procured a bottle. A great
change for the better took place within a
week, and I decided to keep up the treatment.
" Within two months I was like a changed
woman, my health good, my step light, my
eyes bright, my complexion vastly improved,
and I felt once more like a young girl. I
wonder now how I ever endured the misery.
I would not spend another year like it for a
" I appreciate mv cood health, and crive
thousands of such letters.
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Boxes a Year.
F. I. WHITJTEY fa
General Passenjrer and Ticket Agent M
Si. Pacl, Winn. M
During last week a "Lilliputian
wedding7' was given at the First
Baptist church at Chattanooga, in
the interest of charity, children tak
ing part and a form of ceremony
similar to that of the Episcopal
church usod, except that it was made
humorous instead of serious. It
aroused a considerable amount of
unfavorable comment, and the Pas
tors' Association of the city took
action. It was argued by some ef
the members of the association that
the church is now without a pastor,
but the following resolution was
"This association with deep pain
feels constrained to enter protest
against a spectacular and mock mar
riage of little children for the pur
pose of raising money for the ad
vancement of t he .kingdom of Jesus
Christ or for any other purpose.
Such an exhibition makes sport of
marriage, an ordinance of God for
the highest welfare of the race. It
hardens the hearts of little children,
treating ag profane that which is
The action promises to arouse
friction among the churches.
Doing Away With Primary.
The Republicans of Blount eoin
ty have adopted a novel method to
name nominees for county offices
without going to the trouble of hav
ing a primary .election. Each dis
trict committeeman, under oath, is
to canvass his district, record the
names of tha voters and their choice
for the offices. Each candidate has
the privilege of sending a repre
sentative with the committeeman in
his canvass. Two weeks' time dur
ing March are allotted to the work.
The returns are to be made so that
the perssonal choices of each voter
are known only to the canvassers.
The expense, nruch less than that of
a primary, is to be borne by the
candidates. The election is to be
carried to the voters and the latter
need lose no time from their work.
W. J. Ham and William Martin,
farmers of Kingston Springs, fought
a duel with knives in the hall of
the Bell House, both being probably
fatally wounded. There was bad
feeling between the two men and it
culminated when Martin, having
been turned away from the Central
Hotel on account of drink, encoun
tered flam at the other place. The
men fought with long-bladed knives
and hacked each other to pieces.
Locked in a bloody embrace, they
fell against the parlor door, burst
it open and were precipitated to the
floor. Former Attorney General W.
B. Leech was in the parlor with a
client and with others separated the
men. Ham bore six..wounds and
Martin seven, both having wounds
in the lungs. Ham's knife was bent
double in the encounter.
Want an Appropriation.
Members of the Cumberland river
commission of Tennessee and dele
gates from the commercial bodies of
Nashville, with several Kcntuckians,
appeared before the rivers and har
bors committee of congress in sup
port of the demands for an appro
priation for the improvement of that
waterway. Gov. McMillin and M.
T. Bryan, president of the commis
sion, made the principal addresses.
Other speakers were: A. '. Willis,
postmaster at Xashville; C. C.
Slaughter, Representative Gaines, C.
W. Cole of Cincinnati and L. E.
Bryant of Burnside, Ivy. They ask
for $500,000, to be divided between
the upper and lower Cumberland.
In the past twentv years the govern
ment has expended $2,300,000 on
the Cumberland river.
Burglars entered the postoffice at
Huntingdon, blew open the safe
with nitroglycerin and secured about
$1,000 in stamps and cash. Stamps
to the value of $T00 or $800 and be
tween $200 and $300 in cash was in
the safe. The burglars made good
their escape. Tools with which they
gained entrance to the building were
found in the office. The- were iden
tified as the property of a local
blacksmith, whose shop had been
broken into. About four years ago
the jiostoffice there was robbed in
the same manner and about the same
amount . taken. The robbers were
Tip Hudson, a well-to-do farmer
living near Couchville, has disap
peared and it is believed he has been
foully dealt with. At Couchville
the theor- has been advanced that
he was kidnaped to compel him to
reveal the whereabouts of certain
hidden treasure, which knowledge he
was reputed to possess. A year ago
Mr. Hudson was overpowered by un
known persons and concealed in a
cave near Lavergne. He managed
In the Criminal Court, at Ivnox
ville, L. B. May, who killed Lee
Lewis at Howell's Station, Christ
mas evening, was acquitted- Lon
Waters was given a sentence of
twelve years for footpadding. An
other trio of footpads were given fif
teen years each for entering a coal
office while masked and robbing the
clerk. This work winds up the foot
pad business, offenders liaving re
ceived sentences ranging from thirty-seven
Wild Deer Chase.
An effort to capture twenty head
of the famous deer herd of Belle
Meade farm resulted in several of
the animals killing themselves in
their frantic efforts to escape. Oth
ers of the herd are scattered over
this historic farm, some even hav
ing passed be3'ond its confines, clear
ing extraordinary barriers in their
wild flight. The twenty head had
been recently bought by M. H. Cone,
of Bowling Bock, X. C. A squad of
mounted men attempted to drive the
herd of 250 deer into a pen in the
deer park, made of wire netting
twelve feet high. Three ineffectual
efforts were made to corral the deer.
One big buck escaped by clearing the
pen walls. Three broke their necks
in dashing against the heavy wire.
Smooth Piece of Forgery.
One of the smoothest pieces of
forgery in the history of Chattanoo
ga and one which deceived the pos
tal officials, has come to light. James
Munroe, a negro, purchased a pair
of shoes from a local merchant and
tendered an order for $50 on the
Chattanooga postoffice. It was cash
ed. Later it proved that the name
of the office had been changed from
Anniston, Ala., to Chattanooga to
escape the "advice," and that the
amount had been raised from one to
Bond for Coal Creekers.
Judge Sneed in the Circuit Court
at Knoxville, granted bail to those
under arrest charged with murder
and assault in connection with the
trouble at Coal Creek. B. J. lieeder
and James Bolton were released qii
$5,000 bond and Calvin Burton
bond was fixed at $10,000. The Coal
Creek Coal Company, which cm
ployed the men as guards, signed the
Centenarian Dead. .
''Uncle"' Ben Chappcc, probably
the only centenarian in the county,
died near Dresden last week. It is
known to be a fact that he was over
100 years old, but not exactly hew
much. He had ljved at Mt. Pelia
for three quarters of a century and
many were the interesting stories he
told of the pioneer days in West
Tennessee, when the bear, the wolf,
the wild turkey and Indian were
the chief inhabitants.
Mississipplan Lowest Bidder.
When the bids were opened by
Col. C. B. Sears, United States en
gineer in charge of the improve
ments on the Cumberland river, for
,470,000 feet of yellow pine timber
to be used in building the dams at
locks A and 1, W. S. Bodgers, of
Ilatticsburg, Miss., was found to be
the lowest bidder. The bids will
be forwarded to Waehington for ap
proval or rejection.
Killed His Playmate.
Floyd Li I lard, aged 10, was shot
and instantly killed b- Arthur Rol
lins, aged 14, at Knoxville. They
were playing when Rollins ran to
a drawer, got tho pistol and telling
Lillard lit was going to kill him,
pulled the trigger. The ball enter
ed the bov's brain1 and death was
instant. The youthful murderer
was arrested and put in jail.
Pesthouse for a Bride.
Bessie Arwood vs. Win. Arwood
is the style of a divorce suit tiled
at Knoxville. In the bill she states
that after their marriage the defend
ant took her to live at the pesthouse,
where he was employed by the city.
She further- charges him with cruel
treatment and states that he has
killed two men.
Flouring Mill for Humboldt.
The prospects for the location of
a large flouring mill at Humboldt
Jire very flattering. J. J. Tatum,
of Alamo, who is at present in the
milling business, at his home town,
is making some investigations with
the view of organizing a company
and building a large 100-barrel ca
pacity mill at Humboldt.
Bynum for Commander.
There is a strong movement
among the United Sons of Confed
erate Veterans throughout, the. State
for the election of Brof. R. E. L.
Bynum, of Jackson, past command
er for Tennessee, for commander-in-chief
at the Confederate reunion
Crazed By Drink.
Crazed by drink, Henry G. Frank
lin, of Chattanooga, secured admis
sion to the house occupied by his
wife and children, and seizing a
hatchet attempted to murder them.
After a terrific struggle he was fin
ally ejected from the house. Officers
searching for him found clothing ort
the Cincinnati Southern bridge and
his body in the river. However, the
attempt to commit suicide was not
successful, and Franklin is now in
the county jail.
Recruiting 'at Jackson.
Sergt. Stephens has opened up an
office in Jackson to take enlistments
for the infantry, artillery and caval
ry. He will keep the office open un
til the first of March.
Sentence Is Commuted.
Wilev Voiles, sentenced., to hang
at Kingston, in March, for the mur
der of James Carter, at Rock wood,
in 190?, will escape the gallows.
Gov. IVazier has commuted his sc
ience to life imprisonment.
andmlds iit children
SISTERS OF ST. JOSEPH
Use Pe-ru-na for La Grippe
and Winter Catarrh.
IN EVERY country of the oivilixed
world the Sisters of Charity are
known. Not only do they minister
to the spiritual and intellectual needs
of the charges committed to their care,
but they' also minister to their bodily
Whenever coughs or colds, la grippe
or pneumonia make their appearance
among the children these Sisters are not
disconcerted, but know exactly the
remedies to apply.
."With so many children to take care of
and to protect! rom climate and disease
Sisters of St. Joseph, of the Deaf Mute Institute, 1849 Cass Ave., St.
Louis, Mo., writes:
"We appreciate Peruna very much. It certainly does good work with
catarrh and also with colds and la grippe. We have faith in Peruna and
have inspired many others with same. We do not like to be without it.
It has certainly kept us from being very sick, it did a world of good last
winter for our little ones. Thanking you for your kindness to us and our
afflctedones, we remain, yours gratefully Qp JQSEpfJ -
these wise and prudent Sisters have
found Peruna a never-failing safeguard.
Dr. llartman receives many letters
from Catholic Sisters from all over the
United States. A recommend recently
received from a Catholic institution in
Detx-oit, Mich., reads as follows:
Dr. S. B. Hart man, Columbus, Ohio :
Dear Sin "Theyoungglrl who used
the Peruna was suffering from laryn
gitis, and loss of voice. The result of
the treatment was most satisfactory'.
She found great relief, and after
farther use of the medicine we hope to
be able to say she Is entirely cured."
Sisters of Charity.
This young girl was under the care of
the Sisters of Charity and used Peruna
for catarrh of the throat, with good re
sults as the above letter testifies.
From a Catholic institution in Cen
tral Ohio comes the following recom
mend from the Sister Superior:
"Some years ago a friend of our in
stitution recommended to us Dr. Ilart
man's Peruna as an excellent remedy
for the influenza of which we then had
several cases which threatened to be of
a serious character.
" We began to use it and experienced
such wonderful results that since then
THE REAL THING.
CortoUe Shell ''Direct from Tortol"
Where the Reptllen Were
Less genuine tortoise shell is imported
in New York from India now than there
baa been for a great many years, owing to
the active efforts of the Jains. This, mvs
the New York Times, is an influential sect
of humanitarians with headquarters at
Bombay, but Avith thriving comraunitiea
throughout the empire. Their mission oa
behah of the tortoise is much the tame
as that of the Audubon societies in this
country with regard to birds. Great
cruelties, the Jains allege, are practiced
in the tortoise shell trade, and they are
trying to stop it. A woman who had read
about this movement went into a Uroad
Avay store and looked at some tortoise shell
"But are they genuine?" she asked.
"There are so many imitations in the
"Oh, yes. these are genuine," reylied the
dealer. "Ve get them from our own
agents, direct from Tortoi."
An amusing method of securing the mar
riage of his live daughters has been adopt
ed by a wealthy tradesman in Berlin. As
suitors were not apparently inclined to
seek the hands and affections of the
daughters, the father advertised that lie
would pay to the accepted suitor of each
daughter a dowry in cash proportionate
to the weight of the selected damsel im
mediately after the wedding ceremony. A
vouns lawyer was the first who submitted
himself for the father's approval, and,
having produced satisfactory evidence as
to his respectability, he was presented to
the daughters, lie visited them for a
week, and then chose the stoutest of the
live, to whom he was married. When the
ceremony was over the lady was weighed
and registered 17 stone, the father im
mediately paying over to his son-in-law a
sum of 13,000 crowns. Westminster Ga
Got the RlRht Kind.
Gainesville, Texas, Feb. 22nd. Mrs. L.
E. Burton of 507 Glad street, this city,
writes the following letter:
"I have been awfully troubled with my
Kidneys. 1 was in a had lix and had
been doctoring with the Doctors, but was
Setting no better. I tried a remedy called
)odd's Kidney Pills and I found they did
me lots of good. 1 had a slight return of
my trouble and I went to the Drug Store
and called for Dodd's Kidney Pills. They
said there was no such pills. I told them
there was. They said, they had the best
pills that were made and persuaded me
to try a box of another kind, not Dodd's.
As 1 needed some medicine, I bought a
box, but they did me no good, so I went
elsewhere and got the real Dodd's Kidney
Pills, and very soon was completely cured.
I took a box up to the Drug Store and
showed them that there was such pills and
asked them to order, some, but as I
haven't needed any more I haven't called
to see whether or not they got them."
Husband (reading) I'm surprised to
learn that a married man writes the
fashion notes for the woman's page in this
Wife But, dear, how do you know tha
such is the case?
'Listen to this item: 'There will be no
change in pocketbooks this season, ow,
only a married man could have penned
that." Cincinnati Enquirer.
Why Do IVe Dlef
Vital statistics classified show the re
spiratory organs to be the feeble point
in man. Diseases of the lungs arc out
of all proportion in fatality. Take Tay
lor's Cherokee Remedy of Sweet Gum
and Mullein for coughs, colds and con
sumption. At druggists, 25c, 50c., and fl.00 a
"If a kicker." said Uncle Eben. "alius !
took de trouble to thoroughly understan !
what he was kickin' about he wouldn't
hab nearly to much time to kick." Wash- .
ON PE-RU-NA TO
I f t ll i ili Ti TV If i VII i l -m
Peruna has become our favorite medi
cine for influenza, catarrh, cold, cough
Another recommend from a Catholic
institution of one of the Central States
written by the Sister Superior reads
"A number of years ago our attention
was called to Dr. Hart man's Peruna,
and since then we have used it with
wonderful results for grip, coughs,
colds and catarrhal diseases of the head
"For grip and winter catarrh espe
cially it has been of great service to the
inmates of this institution."
SISTERS OF CHARITY
All Over the United States Use Pe-ru-na
A recommend recently received from
a Catholic institution in the Southwest
reads as follows :
A Prominent Mother Superior Says:
" I can testify from experience to the
efficiency of Peruna as one of the very
best medicines, and it gives me pleasure
Quite Another Matter.
Uncle George Instead of wearing dia
monds, don't you think it would be more
becoming to pay your tailor's bills?
Harry But if I paid my tailor's bills
how could 1 afford to wear diamonds?
And if people didn't buy diamonds what
would keep the diamond merchants from
starving to. death?
"But you don't pay for your diamonds,
""Ah! now you are wandering from the
point." London Tit-liits.
Billion Dollar Grass.
When the John A. Salzer Seed Co., of La
Crofcse, Vis., introduced this remarkable
grass three years ago, little did they dream
it would be the most talked of grass ia
America, the biggest, quick, hay producer
en earth, but this has come to pass.
Agr. Editors wrote about itf Agr. Col
lege Professors lectured about it, Agr. In
stitute Orators talked about it, while in
the farm home by the quiet fireside, in the
corner grocery, in the viljage post-olnce, at
the creamery at the depct, in fact wher
ever farmers gathered, Salzer's Billion Dol
lar Grasa, that wonderful grass, good for
5 to 14 tons per acre and lots of pasture
besides, is always a theme worthy of the
Then comes Bromus Inermis, than which
there is no better grass or better permanent
hay producen on earth. Grows wherever
soil is found. Then the farmer talks about
Salzer's Teosinte, which will produce 100
stocks from one kernel of seed, 11 ft. high,
in 100 days, rich in nutrition and greed
ily eaten by cattle, hogs, etc.. and is good
for 80 tons of green food per acre.
Victoria Rape, which can be grown at 25c
a ton, and Speltz at 20c a bu., both great
food for cattle, also come in for their
share in the discussion. K. L.
An old typewriter ribbon soaked in a
fruit jar of "water will make a pint cf pur
ple hair dye.
Porous-plasters embroidered with differ
ent colored yarn in various mottoes are
all the rage. Cleveland Ledger.
result from a lack of
in the soil. Potash pro
duces size and quality. I
fully the fer
free to any
GERMAN KALI WORKS,
Kew York 9 S Nassau Street, or
Atlanta, fca. 'A So. Bra4 Bt
f.r Ik !-.
Srravs tre. rlants and Tines, sprinkles
hwnvi wahes iviMdowsrcarriapes.etc. Has no
equal.sells oa Fight. Sprays from bucket or
barrel 50 feet. You want it.
JI. It. JCCSLEK. Johnstown. Ohio.
i frj ' y??
I'UKtS ttrttr.t ALL tLit ril.J.
. i fp ru,u1 Tsaaa
to add my praise to
that of thousands
who have used it.
For years I suffered
with catarrh of the
stomach, all reme
dies pioving value
less for relief. Last
spring I went to Colorado,
hoping to be benefited by a
change of climate and while
there a Iricncl aavisea ine ig
try Peruna. After using two
bottles I found myself very
much improved. The remains of my
old disease Veing now so slight, I con
sider mvself cured, yet for a while I
intend to continue the use of Peruna.
I am now treating another patient with
vour medicine. She has been sick with
malaria and troubled with leucorrhasa.
I have no doubt that a cure will be
These are samples of letters received
by Dr. Hart man from the various
orders of Catholic Sisters throughout
the United States.
The names and addresses to these
I f "f nave
rto the Sisters but will be iurnisnea on
One-half of the diseases which afflict
mankind are due to some catarrhal de
rangement of the mucous membrane
lining some organ or passage of the
A remedy that would act immediate
ly upon the congested mucous mem
brane restoring it to its normal state,
would conseqtiently cure all these
diseases. Cat arrh is catarrh wherever
located, wh'ether it be in the head,
throat, lungs, stomach, kidney or
pel vie orga us. A remedy that will cure
it in one location will cure it in all lo
cations. Peruna cures catarrh wher
If you do not derive prompt and sat
isfactory results from the use of Peru
na, write at once to Dr. llartman,
giving a full statement of your case
and he will be pleased to give j-ou his
valuable advice gratis.
Address Dr. Ilnrtinan, President of
The llartman Sanitarium, Columbus,
cartridges and shot shells
are made in the largest and
best equipped ammunition
factory in the world.
of U. M. C. make is now
accepted by shooters a3
''the worlds standard" for
it shoots well in any gun.
Tour dealer sells it.
The Union Metallic
Bridgeport, - - Conn,
Largssl growers of
acd Vegetabls Seeds In tfii
G0 cents to
WW 'VXW 01.5 0 per
tSMmmi ?ound, and
How to rrow
Onions per acre
nilh each cuaco order.
Catalog &, for psstaf.
John A. Salzer Seed Co., "
ARE YOU GOING TO THE
Send for Booklet tailing how to .
secure accommodation at
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to S5.S0 European: Et.U0tofT.U0 American, wbloh
I nclude daily admission. Address Boom i lO.
THE INSIDE INN
World's fair Grounds.
ClTirriC Sold under rsaran.
3iilJS tees. Catalogue tree,
J. J. H. CREOORV A. BON,
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