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JOHN" W.lt VKVEY. Presi lent.
FRED TE\LG Cashier
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DR. MOFFETT,
Eye, Ear, Nose & Throat
SPECIAL 1ST
PERMANENTLY ATED IN S§||
CHARIT(5 N, IA. 1
Urosseye Straightened. CatRraots ai
Pterygia Removed,
F&raers and Traders Slats Bank.
LECN, IOWA.
ASSETS.
Dills UecciviiUle fl3ft846.ot»
Cash and Uuu from banks 4tUM2 13
Overdraft?* 4 yiw 8»'
Hatikli.g house, and fixtures 12.i»83.90
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^STATEMENT DEC
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S
LIABILITIES.
Capital Stock
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WM.WOODARO, JAMES CRESWELL, E. W. TOWNSEND,
President. Vice President.
THE CITIZEN'S BA2TXS.
DSCATTTB., IOWA,
Owns 3,3c|o acres of land in Decatur County and other securi- 2
ties Amounting to over $200,000. interest paid on
time deposits- 5
ODARD JAMES CRESWELL, J. IlENUY HILL.
C. BRA55ELTON, C. M- CORRINGTON.
5 W. H. COLTER. F. A. & F. S. GARDNER. h. W fOW NbKND.
/Yre Vou ftungry?
We areTprepai
day or night.
given business in this
tr
If you are the place te get the best
meal in the county is at
ED. GALE'S RESTAURANT
4^ GRAND RIVER. IOWA.
fj A full line of Confectionery, fruits, cigars and tobacco.
Hot Lunch a Specialty.
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Fine Furxiiturel
ili
That's the kind we keep, that's the kind we
sell. When you want fiyst-eiass goods for the
least money call on#»s-£s we can suit you
iu price and quality of goods.
A licensed embalme
of this department
wJPff? of this department
Repairing a Specialty!
W A Fancy Sam*^
We are prepared to do all kinds of lepairing on
short notice. If you have anything you want
repaired let us know and wt will In!! and get it
and deliver it free of charge.
i,fle
2fi flOtl.OO
r.n7R
Profits
Deposits
C. BOITSER.
PHONE OPERA HOUSE BLOCK-
Successors to
I Leon 2d-Hrand Store Go,
«a
if.,-, m.w
Total.
15, 1899
TllOS.TEALE, Vice President,
r. S. AR.VOI.I). Assistant Cashier.
Cashier.
STOCZHOZiDSBS 1
W
both
pptly,
1 hi
arge
°f Carpets and Rugs!
(Poultry.
Furs.
TOP PRICES PAID IN GASH!!
HAL GATES, Manager.
••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••a
4X-CLBXE DISTRICT COUKT. HOTABY rVHH
E. J. SAITKEIT,
Real Instate and Loan Argent.
CmmhU
Boathweat Mais aad
by pennlsaloa, to Farmer! and Tndan Baakisr
Buy*Bell, or Tr.de REAL ESTATE on OpnalMtoaT
JCZMMBS Titles Real £t*ts. Pay IUM fur KM
LOM Money on Improved IMMOII
Work PfcWBBftlr
Streets.
LEON, IOWA.
mi
From Our Exchanges.
Marrying Under Difficulties.
Squire David Perkins, of Decatur
county, was failed Inst Wednesday eve
ning to perforin.the marriage ceremony
for a couple in the north part of Wood
land township. When he reached the
designated place the prospective bride
and groom were not iti evidence hut the
mother of the girl was. She had got
wind of the intentions of the couple and
followed them to the house of a neigh
bor where the Squire had beeu directed
to come and tie the matrimonial knot.
Not finding her daughter or prospective
son-in-law present she became some
what pacified, but when Uncle Davy ap
peared on the scene, her .worst tea'.s
were confirmed and she '•jumped oi'td
him," as it were, with both feet, a 3d
gave him notice then and there that if
he married the couple she would holt'
him strictly and legally responsible for
the results. As she proceeded with a
tirade against the would be husband and
daughter, there was a movement up
stairs and the sound of lnuflled cuss
words followed by the appearance of
the young man at the foot of the stairs
with blood in his eye and with more and
louder cuss words declared that he could
whip the whole outfit. The old. lady
was game, however, and Squire Perkins
was compelled to stand between the
two and command peace several times
in his most dignified official capacity
before peace was restored. After renew
ing her threats and injunctions against
the 'Squire the old lady finally withdrew
from the scene and immediately after
the girl cauie in from the barn where
she hau been in hiding, the license, ex
ecuted in due form by the Clerk of the
Courts tor Decatur County was produc
ed, and with some trembling and occa
sional apprehensiye glances toward the
door, the Squire then performed the
ceremony that made the two loving
hearts beat as one.—Lineville Tribune.
I strongly recommend Begss' Cherry Cough
Syrup: it cured me of a throat and lung trou
ble ot many years'standing."—Mrs. J. Brem
eun, Rifle. Colo. Cures coughs, colds, asthma,
bronchitis, la grippe, pneumonia, whooping
cough, croup and consumption. McGrath &
Still, Woodiand,
liiram Kane, whose visit to Illinois
was mentioned, just previous to Christ
mas, was in The Democrat office again
this week, and while here spoke of meet
ing Joe Jacobs, at Galva. Before the
war—some years, the exact date is not
at hand, Jce Jacobs shot Dr. Lucas,
while the latter was advancing to his
(Jacobs') house, pistol in hand, through
the yard in front. This was about two
miles east of Hopeville. Dr. Lucas fell
dead, and of course Jacobs' arrest fol
lowed. He was convicted, sentenced
for murder in the first degree, to twenty
one years in the penitentiary, and was
serving his sentence when the war
broke out. Gov. Kirkwood pardoned
bim on condition of his enlisting, and
he fought through the war. He is now
eighty-two yegfg pld, a hard, vile old
man, yet. lie told Mr. Cane he'd shot
another man within the past two years,
and after being eleven months in the
penitentiary bad got out—he said
through the influence of his money. He
boasted of having a great deal of money,
which he said he kept buried, and no
body knew where it was but himself,
He has had four wives, two having been
divorced. Probably most of those who
remember the old crime would have
supposed him dead long years ago. Few
violent and criminal men e^er live to an
age lite his.—Osceola Democrat.
Cleanses and renovates tl^e system, cures
dyspepsia and liver troubles,—makes new,
rich blood,—Beggs' Blood Purilier, f'Cured
me oi a bad case of blood disorder.-^-Johi:
Wisener, Chippewa Falls, Wis. McGrath &
Still Woodland,
A movement to establish a free rural
mail delivery route from Lineville has
been started among the enterprising
farmers of the neighborhood east of
town. A petition to the pontoflice de
partment is in circulation and is being
signed by all interested in the establish
ment of the route and assurances have
bsen received from Col. Hepburn, our
Representative in Congress, that he will
present the petition and recommend its
establishment. The proposed route
starts from Lineville east on the state
road to Henry Jefierson's place, thence
north-east via Dyas Neill's, to John'
Funnell's, thence north to the vicinity
of Clinton Center returning via George
Barker's, Will Hughes', J. E. and Geo.
Rockhold's to Lineyille, but if establish
ed the route may be changed or modi
fied. Rural free mail delivery was
started as an experiment by the postof
fice department, but has been a success
aad the pressure tor the establishment
of routes has been so great that the
appropriations for that purpose have
been exhausted. It is expected, how
ever, that the present Congress will
make additional appiopriations and
that rural free delivery will become a
permanent feature of our postal system.
—linepil)# Tribune.
Both myself and wife were jenfirely cured
bad cases of scrofula by it." A guarantee/
remedy, a sterling merit. MoOmtb Slill
WVwdland.
Dan Fordyce, son of C. C. Fordyce
returned from Chicago, Tuesday, where
be bad been with stock. He reports
tbat on tbe way to Chicago, the train
just behind tbe one be was on was^
wrecked by a rear-end collision. Qnfi
man by the name of W. H. Wilson, of
Corydon, (ow«t, was killed. John
Girdner, of Princeton, but formerly of
Mt. Moriah, and known aii oyer this
section, was seriously injured and softer
ed a scalp wouod and sprained back
His son, G. K. Girdner, of near Mt
Moriah, and a son-in-law of W.
Leazenby, north-east of ttidgeway, was
slightly scalded. John Leazenby, of
near Cainsville, was badly scalded
We have not learned how tbe injured
parties from tbis section are getting
along, but we trust they are doing nicely
and will soon recover.—Ridgeway Jour
nai.
Tak«|yi*ir Laundry to J, Caster.
THE t.EONRBPORTER THURSDAY, JANUARY 18. 1900.
No. 51
Dining Room Table
Cloth.
Table Cloth, white with red bars.
Size «0 z. 03 incheo.
Scot postpaid ou receipt of 2 cent
pontage tttKitip tirsd 00 nitfuutures
cut from wrappers of Arbucliles'
Roasted Coflee.
No. 87.
.. A Pair of
Scissors.
Hade by tbe beat
American manu fac
turers and well finish
ed, SK Inches long.
Sent post-paid on
receipt of it cent
postace stamp and
13 signatures cut
from wrappers of
Arbuckles' Routed
Coffee.
No. 02.
Lady's
Apron
Fine quality
white lawn,
wide strings
and fancy lace
Insertion. Size
32 40 Inches.
Sent post*
paid on re
ceipt of two
contpoll*
ana 25
ill*
natures out
from wrap
pers of Ar
buckles
Roasted Cof-
Highest grade material and
workmanship, 32 calibre, centre-Are
double act)on. Sent by express,
charge* prepaid.by us, on receipt
of 3
cent postace stamp and
130
signatures cutfrom wrappers of Ar
buckles' RoaBted Coffee. When ordering name you
Express opice us well as your Pojit Ofjlc*.
This is a picture ot the sig:
nature on Arbuckles' Boasted
Coffee Wrapper, which you are
•o cut out "and send tj us as a
vouchor.
*}P •thff
ot the Coflee
Wrapper wil He
voucher, ncr
accepted_ss
a
voucher, nor ivifl this Pictyrs fee
SUOIl.
Address
THt UP-TO-DATE
LITTLE LIVER PILL
CURES
Biliousness*
Constipation,
Dyspepsia,
Sick-Head
ache and Liver
4 0 PILL5
LIVERITA
Complaint.
•UMR COMTBO.
[Bold by all druggists
or sent by mall.
Kenrlta Mcflctl C*., CMcaft
ID CENT5
100 PILLS
25 CTS.
For sale by W. E
Leon, Iowa.
•tone, hWUr pollihi
UPHOLSTERED tn
cushions, heavy
(rlmm»d and flnl
keHi.M
Myers & Co. druggist
NERVITA PILLS!
No. 60. Lady's Belt.
Restores VITALITY.
LOST VIGOR
AND MANHOOD
Cures Iropotency, Night Emissions and
wasting diseases, all effects of self
abuse, or excess and indis-
—cretion.
A nerv© tonic and
Tfblood builder. Brings the
tJwpink glow to pale cheeks and
restores the fire of youth.
jBy mail 50c per box, 0 boxes
for $2.50 with a written guaran
tee to cure or refund the money.
Send for circular. Address,
NERVITA MEDICAL CO.
Clinton A Jackson Sts., CHICAGO, ILL.
Forsale by W, E. Myers & Co., druggjss
Leon, Iowa.
TRUSSES, OSe, Sl.25 AND UP
Vkanitfliai the W7
at riltORT PRIVBS* fess than one-third
the price charged by others, anc
tyle, grain leather tan color
In. wide, nickel plated buckle. Belts are
following sizes only, give size tn Inches
when ordering, from 22 to 26 in. from 27
to 32 }n. from 33 to 34 in. Seut pusU
paid on receipt of a 2 cent post*
age stamp and 20 signatures cut
from the wrappers ot Arbuckles' Roasted
CoQtoe.
No. 66. A Gentleman's Pocket Knife.
Two-bladed knife made of best
materials and finished in work
manlike manner. Sent post
paid on receipt of2 cent post
age stamp and 40 signatures
cut from wrappers of Arluicklos'
Roasted Coffee.
No. 68. An X-L Revolver.
LIVERITAIJ. A.Harris&Bros.
(LM In
Butie TrsM, illustrs
md tom with (HJK 81
it, W«ifht,l«e, howl
tier rupture Is large
aronnd the body c_ -—,
hsther rapture is on-right or.UItside,
8 either truss to you with Uie, undsr-
ihmM. BuU*
IiMklllonntU above^ cnt thll
'out and send ton*
with OUB SPltUt rlKE»w4,
your H.l(kt, W.|«kt,in, howlonc you b»V»b*«
"*i vrbethcr rupture l«lM^oriiiuUl:.«»Wj»
itches around the body on a line,with tfce
IimIi'imM
It sadessslte MSBM«l|St
ou can return It and we
.1 iraMn. Including the JJ Jt!5 t?.7 I
ikat«r« ilaHt aay iMfc «a« AUnitll M' IJ
AMnH SEARS. ROEOUCK 9L CO.
sgNOQHEOQLLAfl
cmtbliad ealutdt
«», and we
.wUleen
M&M
ties* You can
It at your freight
andirfessfntaHeu
Mlkf jN mm bei*!*r*
»ber« MTmfKST
-WtSMd
fgpnt
•v
fi
Is tke L&TSS? 8*TI* FCLL
made from selected seeon
l^rougboutwltli
UMM|
gg®4-
pi
oat with pumice
01
ovabl
and opuunented.
Weight a
jON'T WAIT rOM SHOW,
rwkeiiMelSIS.7S. wj
irPrecCsttarCaUIoinw-Sll.lt
Is the Standard of Coffee Excellence by which all Coffee Quality is Compared.N
Ms aii Mte
LEON. IOWA.
No. 83. A Dress Pattern.
12 yards
Printed Or*
gondte, 29
nche.fi
wide. 5 col
ors to select
from. Pink,
when
ordering*
be sure to
•tin the
color deiired
No itmplc*
Ill be
•lven out
No.54. A Pairof Window Curtains.
M&22222ZZZ
Each Cur
tain a yard
wide two and
three*quarter
yards long.
Sent post
paid on re*
ceipt of 52
cent post*
afe stamp
and 65 sig
natures cut
from wrap
pers of Ar
buckles'
Roasted Cof
fee.
We carry a magnificent line of monu
ments. The workmanship is unexcelled
and material used first-class.
We buy our stock in car
direct from the quaries in
thereby enabling us to make
than firms buying in small
Our business is run strictly
class basis and we
No. 61. Man's Belt.
Grain leather, tan color, nickel-plated
buckle and rings. When ordering give
size of waist In Inches. Belts run from 34
to 42 inches
in length. Sent post-paid
on receipt of 4 cent postace stamp
and VCO llcnatnres cut from wrappers
of Ikrbuckles' Routed Coffee.
A Butcher's Knife.
No. 63.
Biz inch blade, hard wood handle, good materials and well finished. Sent
post-paid on receipt of !t cent postace stamp and 20 signatures
cut from wrappers of Arbuckles' Routed Coffee.
No. 64. A Kitchen Knife.
Will cat bread, slice ham and saw the bone. Serviceable, and should be In
every kitchen. Sent post-paid on receipt of ft cent postage stamp and
i4 signatures cut from wrappers of Arbuckles* Roasted Coffee.
No. 70
A Porcelain Clock.
Imported porcelain frame, beautifully de
corated. Movement made by New Haven
Clorl: Co., guaranteed by them a good time*
keeper, & inches high, Bame width. Sent
by express* charges prepaid by us, on
V£*'iit of 2 cent pontage stamp and
115 signatures cut from wrtPPt*ta of
Arbuckles' Roasted Coffee, Wben prdering
EUiiue yo'.ir naurest Expres? Office as well ae
your 1'ost Office.
eOSIE tff O"B MCNATraftS 4«E PRINTED OM RED BAOKGnoCNB.
ail communications ta ARBMCDCLE BROS., NOTION
Manufacturers of and
a In
J. A. HARRIS & BROS.
iEMO DOLLAR
vi. out aud send
i'f.. si i* nu:nbor iuciien
I- j* of your buBiry
tn v.nt. from outride
'. nd we wil!
send yo_
Si i'"p by freight C. O..D.
iiii.ivci mi t:xaminuti«tn. Yea ea
niwiitinf '(At jroorfreight depot, an
•f ici'.tM perfectly satisfactory
rtaical :r?ale you «*er w», and equal
top? ihat retail ftt flS.OO, par tbe
mklti n«. nt OCR SPECIAL FSIC'R, S6.70« less the 91.00,
r/5.7l mil frtlplil charges. The frvlsbt rharsea wlH aver
.ire
C'JOI*
no eesta for 500 Mllca. THESE TOPS ARE BUILT
ro HT aKY BttBQY OR ROAD WABON. You uan nt them
mi fi.»» minutes. Made 11*001 24 oz. best rubber drill,
iead and baek stay6 lined -with Ko. 14X cloth, side cur
uiluduiili.ned, S or 4 black Japanned steel bows, jape
•ted prop imts, wrought iron shlftinjr rail, patent di
tons, which makenft adjustable full length'
back cur*
c'tiin with ((lass window, valance front and rear.
TMDKU TO-DAY, WRITE FOR FREE
v«r
ff &s
rmaoronr
Address, SEARS, ROEBUCK ft CO. (Inc.), CHieaao, HI
'Hc.r., BMtack AC*. ar*U»rMefclf vallabte—
Trlbote from tbe South.
[From the New Orleans Times-Democrat.
1
Apropos ot all this, and other, news from
Paris, we take this opportunity to express
our admiration ot the extremely able and
interesting news service from Paris &nd from
London which "The Chicago Tribune" his•
been running daily in its columns for! Several
months past. Several of the New York dailies
have excellent cable letters from London and
sometimes other European capltals in their
Sunday issues, but they appear as a rule only
once a week, the brief dispatches which they
get on the other days of the week not amount
ing to mucli In thp way of an intelligible and
adequate preefefltatlon of European news.
"The Chicago' XHhqpe'* foreign service,
signed "Grice Corqeau" frdm Paris and
H. J. Whighamfrom Lq'n'dqn, taklng lt
all the week around, is & iohK tfay ahead of
the foreign ne^rs service of any' fit the New
York papers.'
One or iwP fit the New York papprs haye
had for yean a deservedly high' reputation
for presenting (heir readers with news of in
terest from' fofelgn parts, anji the public win
not forget its in(I:ftteJpe,« to them on that
account. But it is beyond dispute that the
star of Journalism is Westward taking its
way. and that the journalism of Chicago is
beginning to be the metropolitan journalism
of the present, and will certainly be. It things
"?ve fig they are moving now, the metro
E°L'1 of the future. We do not
Ik, ®il. SPprove the polities of
a a a It
flUf oplfilan. superior to any
of the fcepr ^Tovk papers,
eign news servlee thi
HR.
FRED
load lots
the enst,
SETTER FRXCBS
quantities
on a first
COV&RAZTTXE
all our work to give perfect satisfaction.
No. S6
Six Handkerchiefs.
Blue, Black.
Pearl and
Nile Green.
bent eat*
receipt of
2 cent
iin'fi'Minptirmiiiinij
turei cut
from wrap-
pen of
Arbuckles
Roasted
oL
Oooooooocooocoo
Six Ladles* Pocket Handker
chiefs, hemstitched, oolored bord
er*, sise
19x13 inches. Seat post
paid on receipt of IS cent
postage stamp aad 20 six
natures cot from wrappers of
Arbuckles* Roasted Coffee.
Coffee.
Pair of Shears.
No. 88.
Or the best American make, Inches long. Sent post-paid
on receiptors cent postage stamp and 13 signatures
cut from wrappers of Arbuckles' Routed Coffee.
A. BOWMAN, M. D.
Physician and 8-argeofa.
Office phone 7. Residence phone 38.
Office with Dr. liyton.
Office hours 9 to 12—1 to t—7 to 8,
A•Brown.
Physician and Surgeon
OFFICE IN WARNER'S BLOCK.
R. McAllaster,
Physican and Surgeon
Office over W. P. Clark A CO.'b Btors
XMT F. Waight,
Physician and Surgeon,
LEON, IOWA.
Speolal study and attention riven ta tht
treatment of Chronio Diseases. Ofilee evsi
Van Warden's drug store.
TV*. J. L. Lewis,
Osteopath.
Leon, lows.
.' Office at D. E. Morgan's.
Graduate American soho«l OttMyMkjr,
Klrluville, Mo.
TVr. A. W. HOWE,
Homeopathic
Physician and Surgoon.
Speolalattention given to the treatment
H. Slater,
Vetrinary Surgeon,
Phsician and Dentist,
Office st Vsn Warden's Drug Store.
WH.
BUGGY CATALOGCZ,
Albaugh,
Lawysr.
OFFICE IN BANK BUILDING.
Gtookoy A Brooks,
a
Superior to any
_- Jt ohjy is its for-
... best (n the United
States, but its home news service covers the
country with a fullness to which the New
L'il^„paipsr,c?.re/Ir&nms.hays
Tribune's
edition last Sunday must caused qualms
of envy to the journalists of New York. It was
a.-journalistic effort to which hitherto none
ol the Gotham papers has beeiwequsl.
Lawyers.
No. 85
No. 89. Razor made by 1. R. Torrey.
No. 62. A Carving Knife and Fork.
A first-class Bet, mounted with genuine buck-born handles. Knife blade
8 Inches long. Sent kr express, chnrces prepaid, on receipt of.
Si cent postace stamp and 00 signatures cut from wrappers of
Arbuckles' Roasted Coflee, When ordering neme your nearest Express
Office as well as your Post Office.
No. 65
A Lady's Pen Knife.
Has two finely finished blades.
Handle beautifully variegated
In imitation of onyx. Sent
post-paid on reccipt of 2
cent postage stamp and 30
signatures cut from wrappers
of Arbuckles' Roasted Coffee.
No. 60. A Gentleman's Watch.
The "New Haven"is a watch of the ordinary size. Btem
wind and stem set, dust proof, nickel-plated case, solid back.
Quick beat movement, highly polished steel pinions. Modeled
after a standard watch, reliable tlme-keepec. The printed guar
tee of the maker accompanies each watch. Sent post-paid
oa receipt of 2 cent postage stamp and 90 signatures
cut from wrappers of Arbuckles' Roasted Coffee.
DEPT., NEW
LAYTON,
Physician and Surgeon.
Office Phone 7. Residei ce phone 7.
ii
OFFICE IN LONG'S BLOCK.
R. MoGinnia,
Lawyer
SiMiiior to Carry MeGlaala
OFFICE IN BAY'S BLOCK.
r*r.J.
W. Rowsll.
DcqtUt.
OFFICE IN LONG'S BLOCK.
D'
D. R. Dudley,
Dentist.
Graduate of the University of Pennsyl
vania. O^ee over Myer's. drug store,
R: LPON, IOWA.
4 Bveer WHEELS $6,90
EswsMwrs.s'siias.'ff
Sppkes 1 l-fl or 11-8in. For any other
rises esnd for
catalogue, Cut this ad-out
and send tons with OH DOLLAR, utate
sise wheel wanted and we will send them
by freight C, O. D. IXAWSB THKI at
your freight depot and then par fmhkt
Money to Loan on Improved farms at
6,7 and 8 per cent, interest for 5, 6 to 10
years time. F. VABHA&SON.
n.i\
Pour Handkerchief*.
FonrGsa
Handksr-
coieis.
bemstiteh
sd.oolored
borders.
size IMS
lBKInobea.
receipt
8 cent
psnage
20 sig
natures
wrappers of
ArbockleA1
Roasted
Uonee.
The J. R. Torrey Ruor It
known as the best made In the United
Ststes. The printed guarantee of the manufac
turer goes with each razor. Sent post-paid on
receipt of cent postace stamp and 48 signatures cut from wrappers of Arbuckles'
Routed Coffee
L-
No. 67. Picture Frame.
Cabinet site, brass
silverplated. Seat
post-paid on re
ceipt of I cent
postage stamp
and 12 signa
tures cut from'
wrappers of Ar*
buckles' Roasted
Coffee, \9
No. 7 I.
Enameled Alarm Clock.
Highest standard of Alarm Clock"
Seamless frame, ornamental haaqa,
French pattern and second hand,
Will run thirty hours with one wind-,
ing. Sent by express, change?
prepaid, on receipt of 2 cent.
postage s.tamir and g© rfgna
tares cut from wrappers of Ar
buckles' Roasted Coffee. Whan ort
dering name your nearest Express
Office and your Post Office well.
Thla represents, one page of a List which 1B found
pound package or Arbuckles' Roan ted Coffee, and with each
package in which the List is found the purchaser has bought
a definite part of some article to be selected by him or her
from the List, subject only to the condition that the signature
on the package is to bo cut out and returned to Arbuckle Bros,
as a voucher, in acuordunco with the directions printed In
connection with eac.h item Illustrated and described in the List.
This List will be kept cood only till May 31. 1900. Another
page of thiB List will app '»r in this paper shortly.
If.
each
CiTY, N. Y.
O
W REVIVO
VITAUIY
RESTORES
Made a
Well Man
of Me. 1
prodncea th( above reralta ln!30 days. It acta
powerfully and Quickly. Cores when aU othsn ««II
Young men will regain their loet manhood, and old
men will recover their youthful vigor by tMlns
KEVIVO. It quickly and surely restores Nervous
ness, Lost Vitality. Impotanoy. Nightly
I^Bt Power, Failing Memory, Wasting Diseases, and
ul effeota of selfobuBe or exoessiod IndlecretioB,
whlch unfits one for atudy, busineas or msnlsga. It
cot only cures by starting at the seat of disease, bn*
is a great nerve tonlo and blood builder,' bring.
Ing ba°k the pink glow to rale cheeks end te
storing the fire ot yoath. It wards offlnsanity
and Consumption. Insist on having KE VIVO, no
other. It can be carried tn vest pocket. By mall,
•l^Operpackage,or els for«S4N, wlthanoel
tlve written gaawntss to cor* or
the money^ Circular free. Address
Royal Medicine
For salelih Leon, Iowa,'by
P.<p></p>Made
rsptif
NMI
J. Honnold,
Weak Men Vigorous
What PEFFER'S NERVIGOR Did!
It acts powerfully and quickly. Cures when ail
others fail. Young men regain lost manhood: old
men recover youthful vigor. Absolutely .Otiar-
Cure Nervonsneaa,
anteed to Cur« Mervoasneas, Lost Vitality.
ndUer«Uon. Wards o:
ettaes, and all tfech of tdf-ab%m dr
rou
because ifylelds a'
ngrEFFEB'SIIB
jroflt. Insistobhav-
Dontlet druggist lmiiose a worthless _sul
S^L
carried In vest
iviuuA.orsendforlt. Can
wiper box. or 6 for •/sf^flto^'Tfrfltlin'oSarr-
Sold, by L. Van Werdcn.
JOU A.ST0DT.
Livcry Fee^
an
Sale Sta^lo.
Fresh Teamsl_^
Rig
^^-New
Special altfention given
commercial men. Your patroj
acre solicited,
Phone 20.
John A. Stoutj
DON'T BE FOOLEDI!
The market is being flooded
with worthless imitations tl
ROCKY MOUNTAIN
r" 1
E A
To protect the public we caU
•special attention to our trad*
mark, printed on every pack*
Demand the iMsisi,
•Rl
mand the genu
For Sate by ell Druggist*

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