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ALBUQUERQUE CITIZEN.
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III SEME
THEY REACH MORE PEOPLE DAILY THAN YOU CAN SEE IN A MONTH
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Q LASSIFIED ADS .S
WMJS UP
III EAST
Fit
WANTED
WAOTKD lrsnedlately, a lady
teacher for the Gallup schools In
tetmedlate fades. Only those hold
Inf first cla territorial certificates
need apply. Salary seventy-five dol
lar (176.00 per month. Address,
Cltrk of th Board of Education,
Galup, N. X.
WAITED $1210.00 176,000 shares
of itock for security. Address R.
is. A., care Citizen office.
VAATEDTotinners e'fonce. M
InWxh Hardware company, Albs
queque, N. M.
WAIV2fiT-Exierienced man or w
nin In Albuquerque, a woman In
rah county to sell ostrich plumes,
Mxlcan drawn work, waists, etc.,
at half ret all prices, still make
late profits. Largest direct Im
potcrs selling through agents.
We today for exclusive agency.
H. loldberg Sons, Omaha, Neb.
fildifcSTPRICE paid for gunny
sac h. Albuquerque Milling Co.,
Sou1! of town.
WANTCD Low or moderate priced
restdnce In good neighborhood.
State location and price. Home
seek r, cars Citisen.
WAIVTXVtnd hand high gTade fur
nltun suitable for office u.e. II.
Tims car Citizen.
WXNTED A good cook; reference
lequl-ed; out of town. Apply 823
oppr.
'WJkiT&D Steady young man who
las htfl experience as workman In
nvelty shop, with reference. S. "3..
Clzen.
FOR RENT
TO TET Good, clean lodging at
reaonable rates. 114 North Third
strt. up stairs.
FOR RENT Large, cool, furnished
roois, 111 N. Second 8t
FOR tENT Houses, four to six
roors, one furnished. W. H. Mc-
Millln. Real Estate Eroker, 111
West Gold.
FOR SALE
FOR S.LB Underwood typewriter,
$36. Ulllett Studio. tf
FOR SZ.E Tickets to California,
male nd female, young. Address
XX, Us office.
IfOR SAT; 4-roL.m house In Hlgh
. , lands $950. Porterfleld Co., 316
West Old.
FOR SAL! Best straight real es
. elate bajalna In the city. W. H.
McMllllei Real Estate Broker. 211
West Crfli.
KJR SALh A fine Hardiuiu piano,
good as hew. beautiful tone. A
chance toposseas an Instrument of
unexcelled make at Just half what
It Is wort. On exhibit at Whit
son's Musi Store. 1X4 South 8o-
ond street, Albuquerque
FOR SALE 6-acre alfalfa and fruit
ranch, 6-rom house and corrals,
horses, Jeray cows, wagons and
farm lmplerftnts, fenced, on ma'n
dftch. Call writs Andrew Sich
ler. Las Luna,
FOR SALE Niton K", 7 -year-old
trotter, feat an stylish. Also thres
young JfyCj? cows. 1421 So. Bwy.
Geo. A. IbAu
FOR SALE i acre raach 1 miles
from Albuqueque; fine land. Easy
terms. Porttfleld Co.. Z16 West
Gold.
FOR SALE -roaa brick. Nice lo
cation. It, 000. Easy terms. Far
terfleld Co.. 11 West Gold.
JIANCH FOR 8 Aft, by owner. Three
hundred and tarty seres of Rle
Grands Valley Irigated Land. Fer
tile soil, sandy oam. All ander
Independent prlvte ditch. Smal
cost of ditch mantenance. Per
manent water rlgks. Two hun
dred acres hare hen leveled and
ealtlvsted. On art one-half miles
from railway statin. Convenient
markets. The best stock ranch la
New Mexico or wlllsubdlvlde and
sell In tracts of tnty acres or
mors to suit purehatr. Part cash
part time. Address, t. F., Citisen.
liy CUvWfv,pjjr.'rots.
Because yo have contracted ordi
nary colds anj recovore frm them
wlts'ut treatment o! any kind do
at for a moment lrsagive that coldi
See not dangerous. Everyone know
that pneumonia snd chrpnlc catarrh
have tkelr orlg'i In a common coM.
Cosumpt'on Is tot csa.seg by a cold
hut the cold preiarcs the sytem f ir
the reception tn devdoprient of the
gerM that woslr. . other hie have
found lodgment. the same with
Lnfectious dUeabiS. Diphtheria
'let fever, measles
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PHYSICIANS
DR. SOLOMON I I3TOTON
rhysidan and Surgeon.
Highland Office 610 South Waltev
Street, rbone 1030.
DRS. BRONSOX A BRONSON
Uomcopatlilc rhystelans and Surgeons
Over Vann's Drug Store
Office 28; Residence 1059.
A. G. S1IORTLE.
Practice Limited to Tuberculosis.
Hours 10 to 13 and 2 to 4.
Telephone 886.
Rooms 8, 9 and 10, First National
llunk Block.
DR. W5I. SJLERIDAX
UomeoiMUiUo Pbyslclan and Snrgeon
Suite 8, t, . 10, State National Hank
Building. Residence Phone 1089.
Office Fboue 886.
DENTISTS
DR. J. E. CRAFT
- Dental Surgrry.
Rooms 1 and S, Barnet BoUtUag
Over O'lUellj-'s Drug Store
Appotntments made by 91 ail.
Phone 744.
EDMUND J. ALGER, D. D. S.
Office hours, 9 a. m. to 12:S0 p. n.
1 :30 to ft p. m.
Appointments nwde by mail
800 West Central Avenue. Phone 456
L. U. CHAMBERLAIN, D. D. &
Dentist.
Office Cromwell Block, Corner
nd Street and Gold Arcane.
Albuquerque, N. M.
Oldest Established Office
In Albuquerque.
LAWYERS
R. W. D. BRYAN
Attorney at Law
Office First National Bank Building
Albuquerque, New Mexico.
E. W. DOBSON
Attorney at Law.
Office, Cromwell Block.
Albuquerque, N. M.
UlA L BOND
Attorney at Law.
Pensions, Land Patenta Oopywrtgfata
Caveats, Letter Paten's, Trade
Marks, Claims.
36 F Street, N. Washington, D. C
THOS. K. D. MADDISON
Atomey at Law.
Office 117 West Gold Ave.
JOHN W. WILSON
Attorney at Law.
Bank BUlg. ' Albuquerque, N. It.
(Referee In Bankruptcy)
Office Phone 1173.
ARCHITECT
F. W. SPENCER
. Architect.
1221 South Walter Street. Phone ftfte
INSURANCE
B. A. SLEYSTER
IiLsuraiK-e, Real Estate, Notary
Public
Rooms 13 and 14, Cromwell Block
Albuquerque, N. M. I'hune 136
A. E. WALKER
Fire Iiumrance
7 Mutual Building AsaodatJv
7 West Ceuural Avenue.
N SALE OF ArrOMOBtLES,
TOOLS, ETC.
,-v lay, (Vtolirr 3, 1008, at
4- er of Ceiitrul avenue and Seo
et, at 11 oVIH'k a.' in., I will
I I. Jie 1 1 Ik lies t Mdder, for caolt,
, h 1 miolilles In gtMid running or.
", - automobile out of repair, a
tools and otlter anlciea, the
of Uie EMtancia Automobile
r.
t atomolnle', uH etc., can be
I evnmlned at Xo. 408 West
avenue, Albuquerque, New
.TO Dll ('KM XN, Tru-nee
it mt wVnt you pay for advert!--,
,t what advertl-ini PATS
inst m:kPi It valunhl" Our
hi: .. e lowest for eqaal cervine.
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Navajo Blankets
A new shipment.
Fine patterns and
Right prices at
Davis & Zearing
The House Furnishers
203 W. Gold 4r.
imuiiimniHUiKHx
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JUST SNAPS
FOR 8ALK- Rooming honoe,
a bargain if taken at once.
FOR SALE- Restaurant, good
paying business. Must be tak
en quick,
FOR RENT Store room,
First 6treet.
Get a Travelers' Accident and
Health Policy. Money to Loan.
M. L. SCHTJTT.
S19 South Serond Street.
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MORE BARGAINS IN RANCHES.
Fifteen acres of Tery good lant
nnder trrlgatlon, fonr asiles aorta
of town, weU fenced will) barbed
wire and cedar posts; 8754.06)
k lrt) acres first class Irrigated
land. Uiree miles from the olty,
under high state of cultivation,
feimi'd with barbed wire and large
cedar dohIm; price per aore. 87S.OO.
Attout 100 ai-re of una class
Inigateil land, located four miles
noiiii of toun. 50 acres under
cultivation (lam year was planted
In vt1uat), wHI fenced with four
wlree and cellar ixwta, main ditesi
runs tlutMigh land, title perfect.
Price for ttie hole tract, for a
short time only SftSOO.OO. This
Is a snap for somchndy.
A. MONTOYA
RerJ Kitate and Loans. Nstary
Public. 316 W. tioia Ave.
Rio Grande Valley Land On,
JOHN BORRADA1LE
Real Estate and Invewnrnta
Colleect Rent of City Realty
Office, Corner Third and Gold Ave,
Phone 84ft Albuquerque, K. It
Finest Ice Cream
and Coldest Soda
in the City
Vann Drug Co
WODMEN OF THE WORLD
MEET EVERY FRIDAY
Meet Every Friday Evening
at Sharp.
FOREST IN ELKS' THEATER
3d. F.
K. W. Moore, CO.
D. F, Phillips, Clerk.
401 West Lead Avenue.
VISITING SOVEREIGNS WEL-
COME.
KILL the OGUGH
"D CURE the LUHCS
kith Dr, King's
Hear Dlscovwy
FOR
O L L 3 Trial Bcttle I ret
N-3 at .. t:ipo.--i av hjnc tr'Ubler.
PERSONAL PROPERTY LOANS
MONEY to LOAN
On Furniture, Pianos. Organs, Hors--.
Wagons and other chattels, also
en SALARIES AND WAREHOUSE!
RECEIPTS, as low as tlO and as
high as )100. Loans are quickly
mads and strictly private. Time:
One month to one year given. Goods
remain In your possession. Our rates
are reasonable. Call and see us be
fore borrowing.
THE HOUSEHOLD LOAN CO.
Steamship tickets to and from al
parts of the world.
Rooms t and 4, Grant Bldg
101 H West Central Avenue.
PRIVATE OFFICES
Open Evening.
Our Prices All Bargains
Team Harness, all leather.... 111. SO
Team Harness, Concord 14. v
Team Harness, Concord Heavy. 1J.00
Team Harness, double buggy,
110.00 to 114.00
Single Surrey Harness 17.00 to 10.00
Single Buggy Harness 8.B0. to 10.00
Single Exprus Har
ness 13.00 to lt.00
Celebrated Askew Sad
dles 4 (0 to 40.00
Best grade of leather In all harness
and saddles.
Parts of harness kept In stock.
Unless you tra. with us wa both
Isse money.
THOS. F. KELEHER
40S West Railroad Avenue
ST. VINCENT ACADEMY
BOARDING AND HAY SCHOOL 1
For Young Ladies and Misses.
In Charge of the
SISTERS OF CHARITY
Comer 6th St. and New ' York Avt 1
For Particulars, Address
Sjstkr Superior.
ED. F0URNELLE
Carpenter
and Builder
Jobbing Promptly Attended ts
Phones: Shop 10G5; Residence 552
Ship Corner Fourth St. and Copper Ave.
ALBUQUERQUE, N. U.
THE GOOD THINGS OF AUTUMN
ars many, bat among the number
less blessings of pesc and prosper
Ity there la nothing to essential to
ins world's welfare as good, antritl
ovs bread, ths kind that tutes a-ood.
looks as good as It tastes, and proves
us goodness by bringing health and
vigor to all who eat 1U Buck bread
Is ths kind mads by the Pioneer Bak
ery and delivered dally to your order.
Pioneer Bakery,
207 South First St
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Department of the Interior, Land Of
See at Santa Fs, N. M., September
12d, 1101.
Notice Is hereby given that Juanlto
SUere, of Laguna. N. 11., has filed
notice of his intention to make Onal
five year proof In support of his
claim, vli: Homestead entry No
7557 (01
for the S
Section 14
and that
fore Geor
M . on N
He nan .- : i
to prove - ,.u ;. f .
unon, and . " ii r r'i !
Ws:
Bert W u
John Prat
art O. Ma. m in. ol M,:ira N". if.
Walter K. M.rm n, r.t '-gn . N.
;-':ni, n.-rp-j
JJe:tn
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DENTISTS
Room 2
N T. Armijo Bldg
W. L. TRIMBLE & CO.
LIVEK Y, SALE, FEED AND
TRANSFER STABLES
Horses and Mules bought and Ex
changed. BEST TURNOUTS IN THB CITT
Second Street between Central and
Copper Ave.
THORNTON THE CLEANER
Cleans any and everything and does
It right The best In ths Southwest
All he asks Is a trlaL Clothes
cleaned, repaired and pressed, lust
caU up ISO. Works, 7IT 8. Walter.
408 Wt Rmtlfd Areas
Highland Livery
BAM BROOK BROS.
Phone KB. IIS Job
Fp-to-dae torn on ta. Best drlvsra
In the dty. Proprietors of MSa41e,'
the pteine
for the Irrigation congress and saw
money on all seasonable merckaadlea
Ladles Long Coats.... $4 0 to tll-M
Ladles Dress Skirts. ... tl. 10 te SS.tl
Ladles' Dress Waists. . .$1.00 to I5.N
Ladles' Trimmed Hats.. 1 1-5 to 1 4.1
Ladles' Underwear, garment.... '
tie to lilt
Ladles' Fins Shoes.;. ..$1.11 to I4.M
Men's Wearables.
IS pair of M.OO Men's Panta
loons $La
0 pair of 11.50 Men's Pant
loons tl.
Others ,.75o to l.l
Men's Odd Coats .
Men's f 1.0 and tl.Si Dress Shirts 7N
Men's First Class Work Shirts...
Men's 6hoes fl.5 to I4.M
Boys and Girls' Shoe tl. to IM
And hundreds of other bargains.
CASH BUTTERS' UNION.
Wm. Dolda. Ill N. Becoad CO.
CASH BUYERS' UNlOb
122 Nnt iieoad
WM. DOLDK. Prop.
Engage Simon Garcia'
Express Wagon
for City and Country Trip
Stand at Cor. 1st. St. & Stiver Ave.
Don't Forget The
ALBUQUERQUE PLANING MIL!
TUB OLDEST MILL IN TUB CITT
Ulien lu ueed of ssudi, door
etc. Screen work a specialty. 40
South Ilrat Sreet. Telephone 41.
BEST SHOES IN TOW It
FOR THE MONEY
Rr pairing Out Specialty
R. MATTFUCCI i
105 N. 1st. Street
THE CHAMPION EROOT CO.
Matfveel Brom.. Proprietor
Grocery and Heat Markef.Staile and Fancj
Groceries
Baturday apodal a print Chlcksm
aza-aiawaat Tijaraa. Psoas Iff
rxTOOoooooooooooooooocoonc
City Scavenger
Company
HAVE US RtMOVE YOUR
GARBAGE
Clean your lot, cess-ool and
ilwset. One call ier week at
vate houses 4.xi per month; two
'U lu-r week. 75- nor montli
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HURRVMHIKKY I
Fights Will Be Made for Sev
eral Doubtful States. Begin
ning This Momlu
New Tork. Oct. 2. The flrt if
October always mark the beginning
of the hottest period of a presidential
campaign, and this year Is no excep
tion. Many prominent men In both
parties, whose services as speakers
have not heretofore been available,
reported for duty today. The speak
ers' bureuu.i of both parties 1ihv
completed the Itineraries of mot
of the orators and every spellbinder
will be urged to push the campaign
with all vigor during Octo-ber. Gov
ernor Hughes will deliver two speech
es here "prior to beginning a tour ot
the middle went.
A comparison of the claims of both
parties shows that an even douen
states are lneludcd In the doubtful
column by the forecasters at the
headquarters of one or both parties.
These commonwealths are New Tork,
New Jersey, Indiana, Minnesota, Col
orado, Maryland, Montana, Nebraska,
West Virginia. Utah, South Dakota
and Wisconsin. Some ot these states
are claimed as certainly Republican
by the leaders of that party, while
others are Just as certainly placed In
the Democratic column by the sup
porters of Bryan. The principal bat
tles of the campaign will be fought In
these twelve states, with New Tork
and Indiana the most Important
scenes of contention.
Tho twelve states which are pluced
by one party or the other In the
doubtful column have a total electoral
vote of 12S. In other states which are
considered as reasonably certain to
give decisive majorities, the Repub
licans can depend upon 134 electoral
votes and the Democrats 161. If the
Republicans can gain 48 electoral
votes from the doubtful territory, ac
cording to this showing, Mr. Taft will
be the next president of the United
States. On the other hand. If the
Democrats carry the doubtful terri
tory to the extent of winning tl elec
toral votes, Mr. Bryan will be the next
occupant of the White House.
If the Republicans can carry New
Tork and Indiana, Taft and Sherman
will almost certainly have a safe
margin In the electoral college. Un
less the unexpected happens and some
of the states normally Republican
should go for Bryan, the Democrats
will have to secure 27 electoral votes
from the other doubtful states. In ad
dition to carrying New York and In
diana, In order to elect Bryan and
Kern. California Is placed In the
doubtful column by the Democrats,
while Wisconsin and New Jersey, con
sidered doubtful by Democratic
prophets, are listed ns certainly R
publican by the Taft men. Admls
slon of these claims would change but
slightly the results as here given, and
the great fight for supremacy will be
In the states mentioned.
WOR LEAGUE
HOW THEY STAXTJ.
American League.
Clubs Won. Lost. P. C,
Detroit 87 (1 .588
Cleveland 87 62 .584
Chicago hi 62 .082
St. Louis 82 65 .558
Boston 70 77 .476
Philadelphia 6 80 .462
Washington 61 83 .424
New York 49 97 .3)6
National League.
Club
Won. Lost.
r. c
New York .
94
64
65
65
69
79
88
95
1UI)
.63j
Pittsburg ..
Chicago . , .
Philadelphia
Cincinnati .
Boston
Brooklyn . .
St. Louis . . .
5
95
79
72
60
61
49
.623
.633
.634
.477
.4 0.-.
.349
.329
YESTERDAY'S GAMES.
Amcrhnn LtMifiic.
At PhlladclDhla
R. 11. K
Boston 2 6 3
Philadelphia 5 8 2
Batteries: Morgan and Donohue:
Plunk and Lapp,
Xatiouul Lea rue.
New York 4 9 1
Philadelphia 8 10 1
B.Vt 'l ire Mathewson and Neel-
ha'i-: ri.lon, Rlchiu 1) .,, m.
New Yes k J 4
PI'1'-IPliU 6 9 0
i . tt. rle: Wilts.', Mccjim.lty U'ld
i.nn; Covaletky O ul lnoin
Cincinnati R. II i;.
matl 0 2 4
6 6 1
teries: Spade and SchM; luul
and Kllng.
rr.v,k-yn R. R. K.
1 16 0
lyn 2 8 3
terle: McCarthy and Graham;
. yre and Dunn.
rHn pntB int ntEAif
M.rroo.VS JKRSKT
BASEBALL
OR
Dominion Promises to Take
Active Part With Its Exhibits
-Exposition Notes.
Seattle, Wash., Oct t. Canada ha
officially accepted the Invitation To
participate in ths Alaska-Yukon-P a-
cifio exposition which will be held
here next year from June 1 to Octo
ber It. The exposition officials have
Just received word from Hon. Sidney
risher, minister of agi lcu ture at Ot
tawa, that the Dominion would hv
an exhibit. The details have yet to
be arranged, but Mr. Fisher Intimates
In his note that the chief attentlia
will be paid to the agricultural, min
eral, timber, fishery and horticultural
products of the great northern neigh
bor of the United States.
The Dominion will have a building
of Its own In which each province.
chiefly those of the west snd especial
ly the Yukon, British Columbia, Al
berta, and Saskatchewan will make
special UiflplayA. A great deal cf at
tention has been attracted to wester
Canada during the IhbI few years be
cause of the extensive railroad build
ing, the great dlsoovery of minerals
and the abundant timber resources.
Thousands of Americans have gene
Into western Canada to settle, but
they have occupied only a small por
tion of the country that Is available
for homes. Americans who find their
opportunities cramped leek to Canada
to supply the room for their activities.
And everyone Is interested In the de
velopment of the northern country
because she Is the best 'customer of
the American manufacturer and mer
chant. Fifteen to twenty carloads of ma
terial are U-sed dally in preparing ths
grounds and buildings for the Alaska-
Yukon-Pacific exposition at Seattle '.n
1909.
A feature of the Alaska exhibit at
the 1909 exposition In Seattle next
summer will be a dl-play of $1. 260,009
In real goln coin, bullion, dust, nag
gets and other forms of the native
state.
The one hundredth anniversary ot
the discovery of the FVaser river will
come next year. It la proposed to cel
ebrate the event by, proper observ
ances at the AlaBka-Yukon-Pacific
exposition. . i
The postponement of the great ex
position planned at Tokio. Japan, for
five years will enaVe the Japanese to
devote their time and energy to a
greater display at ths Alaska-Yukon-Pacifio
exposition at Seattle next
summer. .
' Canada has ofnclallr1acceptd ths
Invitation to join In the Alaka-Ye-kon-PacIflc
exposition, at Seat t hi next
summer. She will make an extensive
exhibit of minerals, timber, fruit, fish
and agricultural products. t
Five hundred thousand dollar: ia
being spent on new construction work,
extensions and Improvements for the
street car lines of Seattle to acensn
modate the crowds at the Alaska-Te-kon-Paclflc
exposition next summer.
Fifty natives for the Eskimo villas,
at the Alaska-Tukon-Paclflo exposi
tion arrived In Beattle recently. The.
natives brought with them their huts,
sleds, reindeer, ivory earring tools an4
everything that goes to mske up a
complete reproduction of their native
habits. ?
r'fcP .
NOT TUB ONLY ONE. ' '
"si J
There Are HuimI eda of Albaqutiijee
People Similarly Situated.
Can there be any stronger proof ef
fered than the evidence of Albaouer
que residents? After you have read
the following, quietly answer be
question.
Mrs. E. Adair, of 817 South Edith
St., Albuquerque, N. M. says.- When
ever sny symptoms Indicated kidney
trouble or not, I was not certain, hot
nevertheless from reading aboat
Doan's Kidney Pills I was given a
desire to try them. I suffered se
verely from pain between and Just be
low ths shoulder blades. While on
my feet or stirring around ( I did not
feel the slightest Inconvenience, bat
when I would sit down the pain would
assert Itself and at times was very
severe. The use of one box of Doan's
Kidney Pills brought a relief and that
warrants my having a high apprecia
tion of this medicine.
For Mile by all dealers. Price tee
cents Foster-Mllburn Co.. Buffalo, ft.
Y., sle agents for the United States.
Remember the name Doan
and take no other. I6
MOTH 13 TO CONTIIACTORS.
Sealed DrODotsal will be venalvad at
the office of A. J. Fischer, secretary
of the Armnrv Hoard nf Oontrnl of
Santa Fe, X. M.. up to It o'clock
noon on the 16th day of Octsber,
108, for the construction of the Ter
ritorial Armory Building at Santa Tt.
Each Mil Is to be accompanied by a
certified check for the amount of ive
rer cent pf the bid as a iiinnntM
mat the LiJUer w.ll enter Into a con
tact If u.w. JiJ him and furnish a
surety bor.d rf fifty per cent of ths
contract price.
The Hoard reserves the right to rs
Jei t any or J blJa. Plans and sped
fi'vitions cm file at the Secretary's eft
lite, st Fischer Drug Company's store,
qii" Indian school yesterday mornrng
Where Bullets Hew.
David Parker, ef Fayette. N. T. a
veteran of ths civil war. who lost a
foot at Gettysburg, says: "The good
Electric Bitters have done Is worth
more than five hundred dollars to me.
I spent much money doctoring for a
bad case of stomach trouble, to little
purpose. I then tried Rle, trfn nutu.
and they curud me. I now take theaa
as a tcnlc, snd they keep me strong
and well." 60c at all dealers.
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