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A man" enemies seldom kick him
-hen he's down," remarked the nioralizer.
"Tliat'a right," rejoined the demoralizer.
"TLey stand aside and give his friends a
chanre." Philadelphia Inquirer.
Miss Agnes Miller, of
Chicago, speaks to young women
about dangers of the Menstrual
" To Yocxq Womes : I suffered for
bx years with d3'smcnorrliea (painful
periods), bo much so that I dreaded
every month, as I knew it meant three
or four days of intense pain. The
doctor said this was due to an inflamed
condition of the uterine appendages
caused by repeated and neglected colds.
"If young1 girls only realized how
dangerous it is to take cold at this
critical time, much suffering- would be
spared them. Thank God for Lydia
13. Pinkham's Vegetable Com
pound, that was the only medicine
which helped me any. Yithin three
weeks after I started to take it, I
noticed a marked improvement in my
general health, and at the time of my
next monthly period the pain had
diminished considerably. I kept up
the treatment, and was cured a month
later. I am like another person since.
I am in perfect health, my eyes are
brighter, I have added 12 pounds to my
weight, my color is good, and I feel
light and happy " Miss Agnt.s Miller,
25 Potomac Ave., Chicago, 111. $5000
forfeit if original of above letter proving genuine
ness cannot be produced.
The monthly sickness reflects
the- condition of a woman's
health. Anything1 unusual at
that time should have prompt
and proper attention.
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FOOTWORK ON THE PIANO.
"First Stepa la Music" by a. Youth.
Jul Artlat with Too Much
Clifton Bingham, the author of "In Old
Madrid," is not himself a musician, but
his ear is delicate and sensitive, and noth
ing annoys him more than to hear bad
singing or bad playing says the New York
lie wan visiting a cousin of his in Lon
don, and this cousin has a son, a boy of
12 or 13, who practices on the piano every
morning. The muscular lad, banging fal3a
notes trom the instrument with tre
mendous vigor, tried Mr. Bingham not a
"What on earth are you playing there,
Jimmy '!" the song writer called from the
next room one morning.
"An exercise from 'First Steps in
Music,' " the boy answered.
'"I knew you were playing with your
feet," said Mr. Bingham, "but would you
mind stepping a little lighter on the
He Didn't Have to Prove It.
The other day a etranper stepped oir
the train at Hopkins and said to a man
on the depot tlatform: "Can you tell me
who is tFie bcTt. lawyer in this town" "I
am." replied the man on the platform,
without hesitation. The stranger seemed
somewhat disconcerted by this display of
egotism and gently said: "Excuse me, sir.
but I should like to have you prove it.
"Dou't have to prove it, sir," answered
the man on the platform. "1 admit it. I
am the only lawyer in the town sir." Ami
immediately the stranger got a lawyer
snd the lawyer got a client. Kansas City
This Is Miraculous.
Manhattan, Kans., March 14. One of
the strangest cases that has ever been
heard of in lliley Co. is that of the three-year-old
daughter of Mr. Jonas Brubaker
of .this place.
Some time ago the little girl took whoop
ing cough, wnich was followed by pneu
monia. When the pneumonia left her, she
was taken down with malaria fever with
at times symptoms of Spinal Meningitis.
The family doctor brought her safely
through these troubles, but after the fever
Bright's Disease set in and the doctors
gave her up. Her father tells the rest of
""We began to give her Dodd's Kidney
Pills and after she had taken about three
and a half boxes, bhe was entirely cured.
Now she is well as any child, running and
playing as if nothing had ever been the
matter with her. The doctors said she
was beyond the reach of medicine. Dodd's
Kidney Pills certainly saved our little
girl's life, when she was so far into the
chronic staee of Bripht's Disease that we
thought nothing could save her."
One Big Braid.
Towne Ker hair is positively golden.
Browne So they say, but it seems very
stranse to me. I knew her when she was
a little fcrirl.
"Well, it was merely plaited then."
10,000 Plant for 10c.
This is a remarkable offer the John A.
Salzer Seed Co., La Crosse, Wis., makes.
They will send you their big plant and
seed catalog, together with enough seed to
1,000 fine, solid Cabbages,
2,000 delicious Carrots,
2.000 blanching, nutty Celery,
2.000 rich, buttery Lettuce,
1,000 splendid Onions,
1,000 rare, luscious Radishes,
1,000 gloriously brilliant Flowers.
This great offer is made in order to in
duce you to try their warranted seeds
for when you once plant them you will
grow no others, and
ALL FOB BUT 16c POSTAGE,
providing you will return this notice, and
if you will send them 20c in postage, they
will add to the above a package of the fa
mous Berliner Cauliflower. K. L.
"Pa, how much is Mr. Rockefeller
worth?" "Oh, about a biilion dollars, my
son." "How much is that in doughnuts,
pa?" Town Topics.
Piso's Cure cannot be too highly spoken ol
as a cough cure. J. W. O'Brien, 322 Third
Ave., N., Minneapolis, Minn., Jan. 6, 1900.
Gilbert "I went to the lunatic asylum
yesterday " Noyes "And they let you
come away? Perhaps the placea were all
taken?" Boston Transcript.
To Care a Cold in One Day.
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All
druggists refund money if it failsto cure. 25c.
Just as you are pleased at finding
faults, you are displeased at linding per
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have
TM( OIMTMHI (OKNIIY. NIW TOOK CITT.
hit that count. "
Oil TO VLADJVOSTOCk
A JOURNEY FROM ODESSA TO
An Englishman Tells How He Helped
Transport Troops from Russia
to the Far East Some
The following jottings of a voyag
from Odessa to Vladivostoclc, which the
writer made in the latter part of the
year 1900, may prove of some interest at
the present time. When the Trans-Siberian
railway was nearing completion,
it became necessary for the Russians to
protect an enormous length of the new
line; for this purpose they dispatched
a large number of troops in English
ships to the far east, and accordingly
chartered, amongst others, the ship in
which I served in the capacity of purser
On arrival at Odessa I found Russian
police and their vigilant not to Bay au
tocratic methods very much in evi
dence. Red tape was everywhere, .and
innumerable difficulties had to be over
come with innumerable much-uni
formed officers before the troops em
barked. Imagine, if you can, 2,000 men, prac
tically collected off the streets officers
selected from any regiment to face life
in Siberia) it was whispered not always
voluntarily), the whole made into a reg
iment, and, after a week together, placed
on board a ship for foreign service. To
A WOOD-BURNING ENGINE.
passengers and crew alike it was a terri
ble experience, culminating at Colombo
in almost open mutiny, and only quieted
by the removal of the commandant, who
was superseded. From Colombo a new
broom swept some of the literal dirt
away, but forgot to look after the com
missariat. The government agents who
had to supply the troops with food at
Singapore were not ready, and at Hong
Kong it was the same. Officers, it may
be borne in mind, were catered for by
the ship, and fared sumptuously every
day. Within 12 hours of our time for
leaving Hong-Kong no food for the
troops had come aboard. A despairing
appeal from the commandant to me to
help him resulted in my giving at the
last moment 18,000 pounds of govern
ment biscuit from the Welsh fusiliers.
Russian troops on English ships eating
English government biscuit! This sup
ply lasted till .pur arrival, though I re
member at Nagasaki some COO men
stopped ashore, without apparently be
ing missed by their officers, and wise
were those men, as at Vladivostock chaos
was everywhere no equiment, no food,
no transport, and no chance of any.
After four days the troops were disem
barked. It took some three hours to
land 100 Russian soldiers. The men
were not bad fellows, and could have
been spared any amount of suffering and
hardship had any provision been made
At Vladivostock, where winter was
settling down, and the harbor, a week
after our arrival, was frozen over, the
army is supreme; nothing can be done
without the military, and a fine town,
with its public park, broad streets, elec
tric light, grand wholesale and retail
ON THE SHORE Of LAKE BAIKAL.
business houses (chiefly German busi
ness firms), is simply living in fear and
dread of the mighty military voice which
decrees everything. At a word from the
authorities work is stopped, ships mus;
lie idle, business be closed, and never
a reason given; and here again ie reg
ular troops might even be seen at the
docks picking the refuse heaps over,
though the officers' mess would have
done credit to a Paris restaurant.
The Chinaman and Corean working at
the docks or on the buildings slinks to
the side of the road to avoid the whip of
the drosky driver himself the lowest
class Russian obtainable who slashes a
Chinaman across the lace, very much as
a matter of course, though can hardly
act as an inducement" for a people to ac
cept a new rule and help in founding a
new colony. Everywhere government
works and rolling stock, while machin
ery piled up in heaps is going to wreck
and ruin. New locomotives for the
Trans-Siberian railway stand with their
axles covered with snow and without
coverings; thousands of pounds' worth
of property has been bought and sent
out to a place unprepared to receive it.
With what repjoicing we sailed away
for clean Japan and the systematic Jap
anese. I certainly think the forts we
saw at the mouth of Vladivostock har
bor will be but badly manned if they are
"Dishere radium." said Uncle Eben,
"may turn a cullud man white, but it
can't make a complete job of it onless
It kin spoil his appetite for policy, psr
simmons an 'possum." Washington
New Yorkers Are Healthy.
Seventeen persons in a hundred in the
elate of New York live to be over 70
years of age.
28 Army Generals
Brigadier-General King of Confederate
Writes: "I unhesitatingly state that I
am convinced Peruna is a medicine that
will effect all the cures that is claimed
for its use." J. Floyd King, Wash
ington, D. C.
General Smalls, Beaufort, S. C,
Writes: "I have used Peruna for ca
tarrhal trouble and find it beneficial
and to be all that it promises, and freely
give it my unqualified recommenda
tion." Robert Smalls.
General Abbott, of Washington, D. C,
Writes: "I am fully convinced that
your remedy Peruna is an excellent
tonic. Many of my friends have used it
with the most beneficial results for
coughs, colds and catarrhal trouble."
Ira C. Abbott, 906 M St., N. W., Wash
ington, D. C.
Captain Yarnell, of Washington, D. C,
Writes: "Your medicine, Peruna, I be
lieve to be the best medicine for catarrh
on the market. I have taken only a
small amount, and can see very benefi
cial results." W. G. Yarnell, 2322 Lin
coln street, N. E., Washington, D. C.
General McBride of U. S. A.,
Writes: "I have no hesitation in rec
ommending Peruna. to all persons who
are afflicted with catarrhal troubles."
J. D. McBride, 450 Pennsylvania Ave.,
N. W., Washington, D. C.
General Longstreet of the Confederate
Writes: "I can testify to the merits of
Peruna, both as a tonic and a catarrh
remedy. Peruna enjoys the greatest
reputation as a catarrh remedy of any
medicine yet devised." James Long
street, Gainesville, Ga.
General Noske of 0. V. U.,
Writes: "I commend Peruna to those
who are troubled with colds producing
catarrh as a most efficacious cure and as
a good general tonic." Chas. F. Noske,
213 B. St., N. W., Washington, D. C.
General Erwin's Recommend.
"Many of my friends have used Pe
runa as a dyspepsia remedy with the
most beneficial results." John B.
Erwin, Washington, D. C.
Brig.-General Schell Benefited.
"Peruna is indeed a wonderful tonic,
and for coughs and colds I know of
nothing better." F. M. Schell, Wash
ington, D. C.
General Duffield of the Union Army,
Writes: "I have used Peruna in my
family and have found it a valuable
medicine, and take pleasure in recom
mending it to all who suffer from ca
tarrh of the stomach or who require a
tonic of efficiency." The Cairo, Wash
ington, D. C.
AND THEN HE RANG OFF.
Thought He Had a Sure Case on the
Young Lady, But She Switched
- Him Finally.
The manager of the big store stood stock
still outside the little boxlike chamber
which held the telephone of tlie establish
ment, for he was a very startled manager,
indeed. W ithin the chamber he could
hear Miss Jones, the typist, speaking; and
tliie, says the Chicago Journal, is a cia;)
of the conversation the scandalized man
'l love you dear, and only you! I'm
weeping my heart away! en, my darling,
epeak to me once more! 1 love you, dear
1 love you so!"
The young woman rang oil" and stepped
out. of the cabinet to confront the angry
"Miss Jones," he said, "that telephone
has been lixed where it is for the pur
pose of convenience in conducting business,
and not for lovemaking in otiice hours. 1
am surprised at you. Don't let it occur
The young woman froze him with a
"1 was ordering some new music from
the publishers for No. 3 department," she
And then the manager felt that this was
cold world, indeed.
ECZEMA ON HANDS.
Red, Rough Hands, Itching:, Burning
Palms and Painful Finger Endi
One Xlgbt Treatment.
Soak the hands on retiring in a strong,
hot, creamy lather of Cuticura Soap. Dry,
and anoint freely with Cuticura, the great
skin cure and purest of emollients. W ear,
during the night, old, loose .kid gloves
with the linger ends cut off and air holes
cut in the palms. For red, rough, chapped
hands, dry, fissured, itching, feverish
palms, with shapeless nails and painful
linger ends, this treatment is simply won
derful. Complete external and internal
treatment for every humor from pimples
to scrofula, from infancy to age, consist
ing of Cuticura Soap, Ointment, and Pills,
may now be had ol all chemists for $1.00.
If we did but know how little some peo
ple enjoy the great things they possess
there would not be much envy in the
world. Y ou n s.
Salxer's Home Balltler Corn.
So named because 50 acres produced o
heavily, that its proceeds built a lovely
home. See Salzers catalog. Yielded in
1903 in Ind. 157 bu., Ohio 160 bu., Tenn.
98 bu., and in Mich 220 bu. per acre.
lou can beat this record m 1904.
WHAT DO YOU THIXK OF THESE YIELDS
120 bu. Beardless Barley per acre.
310 bu. Salzer's New National Oats per A.
80 bu. Salzer Speltz and Macaroni Wheat.
1,000 bu. Pedigree Potatoes per acre.
14 tons ot rich liiuion .Dollar tra.s llav.
60,000 lbs. Victoria Rape for sheep per A.
100.000 lbs. leosmte, the fodner -wonder.
54,000 lbs. Salzer's Superior Fodder Corn
rich, juicy lodder, per A.
Now such vields you can have. Mr.
Farmer, in 1904, if you will plant Salzer's
JUST SEITO THIS NOTICE AND 10c
in stamps to John A. Salzer Seed Co.. La
Crosse, Wis., and receive their great cata
log and lots of farm seed samples. K. E.
Courlsbin and novels are more interest
ing than marriage and history. Chicago
Niblick "Do vou understand coif?"
Foozle "Yes, but I don't speak it." Bos
A good thing lives and
takes on new life, and so
Send Letters of Endorsement To .
of the Great Catarrh Remedy, Pe-ru-na.
General Butler of South Carolina,
Writes: "I can recommend Peruna for
dyspepsia and stomach trouble. I have
been using your medicine for a short
period and I feel very much relieved.
It Is indeed a wonderful medicine be
sides a good tonic." M. C. Butler.
Writes: "I can recommend Peruna to
all those who are afflicted, with catarrh."
General D. T. Kiroy, Washington,
Gen. Powell, Hecker Post No. 443,
Writes: "After using one bottle of Pe
runa I became convinced tf its curative
qualities, and continued its use to date.
All symptoms of catarrh have disap
peared, yet I continue its moderate use
as a preventive, and an old man's tonic"
W. H. Powell, Belleville, 111.
Gen. Sebring of the Confederate Army,
Writes: "I can cheerfully recommend
your valuable remedy Peruna as a very
excellent tonic, and also good for coughs,
colds, catarrh, and' general debility."
W. H. Sebring, 133 W. 4th St., Jackson
General Lumax of Washington, D. C,
Writes: "I can cheerfully recommend
your remedy as a permanent and effec
tive cure for catarrh, colds and to any
one who needs an invigorating tonic to
build up their system." L. L-. Lumax,
1603 19th St., Washington, D. C.
Gen. Payne of Washington, D. C,
Writes: "I join with "my comrades in
recommending Peruna to my friends as
an invigorating tonic to build up the
system." Gen. Eugene B. Payne, 407
4th St., N. W., Washington, D. C.
General Talley of Pa., Yol. U. S. A.,
Writes: "Your Peruna has been used
by me and my friends as a relief for ca
tarrhal troubles with the most beneficial
results. I am so convinced of the efficacy
of Peruna that I do not hesitate to give
it mv recommendation." Wm. Cooper
Talley, 713 D St., N. E.. Washington,
Brown I thought you were a vegetari
an, but I hear yon eat mutton.
Robinson I am not' a bigoted vege
tarian. 1 only eat the meat of such ani
mals as live on vegetable food. Stray;
Au Untimely Death.
An untimely death so often follows
neglect of slight cough or cold. If Tay
lor's Cherokee Remedy of weet Gum
and Mullein is taken iu time it will pre
vent any evil results. It cures coughs,
colds and consumption.
At druggists, 25c, 50c, and $1.00 a
Bragg "I owe nothing to any man.
Kewitt "Oh, yes you do." Bragg "So,
sir!" Newitt Oh. yes. Vpn owe an apol
ogy to cverv man who has "to listen to yoa
Lion." Philadelphia Press.
It Cures While You Walk.
Allen's Foot-Ease is a certain cure foi
.lot, sweating, calius, and swollen, aching
feet. Sold by all Druggists. Price 2oc. Don't
aeceptanynibstitute. Trial package FREE.
Address Allen S. Olmsted, Le Roy, N. Y.
A man may be perfectly square and
move iu the best circle. Philadelphia
Putnam Fadeless Dyes are fast io light
In order to be popular, forget to. say a
good deal. Feiix iJ. Prime.
RESTORED TO HEALTH.
Many weak, suf
fering women do not
know that their kid
neys are sick. Back
ache tells of sick kid
neys and so do urin
ary disorders. Sick
kidneys make bad
blood, and bad blood
makes bad digestion,
heart palpitation, diz
zy headaches, nerv
ness, sciatica, rheu
matic pains and con
Can't be restored
to health until the kidneys are cured.
Read how one woman was restored by
using Doan's Kidney Pills:
Mrs. H. A. Van Sickle, 311 6th Ave.,
S. W., Roanoke, Va., says: "Kidney
trouble was hereditary in our family
and I had been so continually afflicted
with the disease that I began to de
spair of even temporary relief. Some
times I suffered so severely that I was
confined to my bed. The aching in my
back was intense and the kidney dis
order caused ah excess of uric acid in
my blood -which impaired my digestion..
I was compelled to deny myself of many
of the little delicacies of diet The
doctors diagnosed my case as conges
tion of the kidneys. I had about given
up hope when I began using Doan's
Kidney Pills, but I took only a few
doses when their curative powers were
proven to my satisfaction. I have
never been without them in the house
Doan's Kidney Pills are sold by all
dealers; price, 50 cents; or mailed on
receipt of price by Foster-Milburn Co.,
Buffalo, N. Y. Write for free trial.
General Bigelow Cured.
Gen. J. G. Bigelow, 1S1 C St., N. W.,
Washington, D. C, writes:
"Peruna has made me well and It has
given me more than ordinary strength
and spirit for work."
Gen. 0'Beirne of Washington, D. C,
Writes: "As many of my friends and
acquaintances have successfully used
your Peruna as a catarrh cure, I feel
that it is an effective remedy, and I rec
ommend' it as such to those suffering
from that disease as a most hopeful
source of relief." James R. O'Beirne,
290 Broadway, Washington, D. C.
General Chase, Ass't Adj. General, G. A. R.,
Writes: "The excellence of Peruna as
a cure or relief for catarrhal disturb
ances is well established. Many of my
friends have been benefited by its use."
B. F. Chase, 28 Harrison St., Ana
costia, D. C.
General S. S. Yoder of Ohio,
Writes: "I have found Peruna to be a
wonderful remedy. I only used it for a
short time and am thoroughly satisfied
as to its merits." S. S. Yoder, Wash
ington, D. C. - .
General O'Connor of U. Y. Legions,
Writes: "If you are suffering from ca
tarrh or physical debility, immediately
commence the use of Peruna. It'has
been of the greatest benefit and service
to many of my friends." Dennis
O'Connor. 738 32nd St., N. W., Wash
ington, D. C.
Gen. Wright of the Confederate Army,
Writes: "I take pleasure in recom
mending Peruna. It is a remarkable
medicine and should be used by persons
who are in need of a good tonic and
by sufferers from catarrh." Marcus
Wright, 1724 Corcoran St., Washington,
Gen. Kawley of Washington, D. C,
Writes: "I have used Peruna and find
it very beneficial for kidney trouble and
especially good for coughs, colds and
catarrhal troubles." A. F Hawley.
Gen. Ire!! of Spanish War Yetefans,
Writes: "Many of my friencs have
used Peruna with beneficial results as
an effective remedy for catarrh." M.
Emmet Urell, 813 12th St., N. V.'., Wash
ington, D. C.
Other Army Generals who praise Pe
Brigadier-General Cook of Wash
ington, D. C.
General Sypher of Washington, D. C.
General Mlddleton, Hancock Regi
ment, V. V. U., Washington, D. C.
If you do not derive prompt and satis
factory results from the use of Peruna,
write at once to Dr. Hartman, giving a
full statement of your case and he will
be pleased to give you his valuable ad
Address Dr. Hartman, President of
The Hartman Sanitarium, Columbus, O.
"Trie front porch is dreadfullv dirtr,
" "es, 7 hnow. But the new girl pays
r.i won't wash it off until her trunk
"And what has Ikt trunk to do with
"She says she always wears her Iest
stockings when she washes porches."
Cleveland Plain Dealer.
"Smithers Las an auto with the biggest
record in the state." "Speed, accidents, or
mangled pedestrians?"' Cincinnati 'i'itnes
Star. Coaster Brake
Safety to Luxury
. AND WITH THE
Makes easy the flight both
up hiil and down dale.
Pope Isnufacfuring Go,
Chicago, III. Hartford, Conn.
'I writ to let yon knw how I appreciate Tour
Casearet. I commenced taking them last Novem
ber and took two tn cent boxes and pard a tape
worm 14 ft. long. Then I commenced taking them
acaln and Wedneiday. April 4th. I pasRed another
tape worm 28 ft. long and orer a tnonsand rmnll
worms. Previous to my taking t'ascarcts i didn't
know I had tape-norm. F tint; s had a Email
Wm. F. Brown. 184 Franklin St., Brooklym. N. Y.
Pleasant, Palatable. Potent. Taste Good. Do Good,
Never Sicken, Weaken or Gripe. 10c. 2Sc, aOc. Never
old in bulk. The gennine tablet stamped C C C.
Guaranteed to cure or your money back.
Sterling Remedy Co., Chicago or K.Y. 594
ANNUAL SALE, TEN MILLION BOXES
Is absolutely rnaranlcrd to cure Clhllla, Sfm
lurlm. etc. Put up in tablet form, coated with
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jjFv Best for
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The Old Reliable
St. Jacobs Oil
keeps right along curing
Pains and Acnes
Price 25c. and 60c.
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To those who have suf
fered long and hopelessly
from Humors of the
Blood, Skin, and Scalp,
and who have lost faith
in doctors, medicines, and
all things human, CUTI
CURA Soap, Ointment,
and Pills appeal with a
force hardly to be realized.
Every hope, every expec
tation awakened by them
has been more than ful
filled. More great cures
of Simple, Scrofulous, and
Hereditary Humors are
daily made by them than
by all other Blood and
Skin Remedies combined,
a single set, costing but
one dollar, being often
sufficient to cure the
most distressing cases
when all else fails.
od Hironfhout the world. Cuticura Resolraat, 50a
(in form ol Chocolate Ousted Fllla, 2Sc. Pr vial of SO),
tUntmcnt, JOo., S-p, 2.V. Depot.: London, S7 Charter,
house St. ; Paris, A Itur de la Palx ; Boston, 1-tT Columbus
Ae. Putter Dru a Ch.m. Corp., Sole Props.
ar Send tor "All Asjuut thebkin and Seals."
rVAIWMeVaaaias i aaaaastaaaay
to bring; good prices must have
good soil :
V.e will send our books, giving fall Infor
mation about the subject, to any farmer who
wri-.es for them.
GERHAN KALI WORKS,
York S3 nuii Street, ar
.Atlanta, im.ZX . Eross Bb
THE ONLY GUARANTEED KIDNEY
Your druggist will ref und your money
if after taking one bottle you are not
satisfied with results. Manufactured
by Smith Medical Co., St. Louis, Mo.
"Price 50 cents and St. CO. Trial Sample
mailed free. For sale by all druggists.
Greatest out of tbe centring
Yielded In 10u3 la Ohio 157.
In Mich. CJl.ln Mo. 25. and in
N. Dakota 810 bus. per acre. Too
can beat that record la 1 04 I
For 10c end fills notice
we mall yon free lots of ftirm seed
earn pies auu our ritx catalog, tell.
in; all about this oat wonder and
thousands of ether seeds.
JOHN A. SALZER SEED GO.
La Crosse, AM
nfiRAlf Cnrel Gives quick
U 1 1 SJ V V rlief- Removes all
ill! r. I swelling in 8 to ao
UIIUI W I days; remianent
cure 30 to 60 days. Trial treatment free.
ur. n. it. ureen s sons, box u. sttianta.ua.
ief and POSITIVE.
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I. V tlBES PII.F.S.
For free sample address
une building. New York.
AIL USE faiLS.
Best Cough Syrup. Tastes Good.
in time. -old tT dmpcists.
A. N. K.-F
WH3T TIVtTXXGr TO ADVERTISES
Please state that yoa saw the AlTrll
as eat la tal
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