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CAUGHT BY THE GRIP.
RELEASED BY PE-RU-NA
Congressman Geo. H. White's Case.
A Noted Sculptress Cured.
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I Medical Talk. fSfedS 1
LA GRIPPE is epidemic cattarrh. It
spares no class or nationality. The
cultured and the ignorant, the aris
tocrat and the pauper, the masses and the
classes are alike subject to la grippe. None
are exempt all arc liable.
Have you the grip ? Or, rather, has
the grip got you ? Grip is well named.
The original French term, la grippe,
nas Deen snoneneu Dy ine uusy jliiicu
Ask your druggist for a free Peruna Almanac.
Those who have used salts, castor oil, and tho
many homo and manufactured purgatives,
know that in such treatment there Is no possi
bility of a euro from constipation. These
remedies aroat most nhvsics and do nhanlntnlv
no good. In fact they frequently provoke piles
fistula, female disorders and many cases
or appenuioius aro traceable to
their uso. Soon the ordinarv
doses of those physics fall
i to nave any ouect . -
I nnnn tho
would not enre.
and most nosltlvo
?"'' m. . ,s .
iruiis turn aiiL - uviiii
airii itiim i.. iwcn
ah urnKKisis sen
Use a good, penetrating liniment when there's a hurt,
bruise, pain in your body or the body of your beast.
worms its way down through the swollen, fevered
muscles to the very heart of pain and drives it out.
GRAIN GROWING. MIXED FARMINC.
The Reuon Why more wheat la
Brown In WeatcrnCanadalnafew
abort tuonttu than cleewbere, U
because Vegetation Rto in pro
portion to the tunllstit. Tlie tnoro
northerly latitude In tilth (train
will umo to perfection, the better
ltu. Therefore C i lbs. per buabel la hi fair a atandanl aa
COlba. In the Kant. Area under orop in Weitern Canada,
1002, 1,887.130 Acren. Yield, 1002, 117.C22.764 But.
HOMESTEAD LANDS OF 160 ACRES FREE,
tbe only charge for which ! HO formating entrj ,
Abundance of water and fuel, hutldlntr material
cheap, pood Kraea for paetute and hay. a fertile oil,
a aufflclent rainfall, and a climate KlUngau Baiurcd
and adequate eaeon (if grow lb.
hend to tbe following for an Atlai and other
literature, and alao for certificate tiltlnir )Ou re
timed freight and paeeeiiitcr ratea, etc , etc
Buperlnttudent of Immigration, Ottawa, Canada,
or to W. V. Ilennctt. 801 New York Life Illdg., Omaha,
Neb., tbe authorized Canadian (io eminent Agent.
prvTTT.rFT?V T W,D' onT poultry, but
1 UUU1 JVI ter. egg, veal, bidet, etc.
Quick returna and the blabrat prlcea that locit'oc,
facilities and experlmrecan Kite, Write for tega
and prlcea. HOItKItT I'LKVIM.
fCalnblUhed 1M70. OiiiuIim. Nrl.
COEnu JSmg IB WHAT YOU CAN OAVC
;jUUr BBH We make all kinds of tcalea.
iAIsoB.R. Pumpj '
and Windmills, rucu
BECKMAN BROS., DEB MOINES. I OW A.
W. N. U. Omaha.
riisfi unfit in mi nil s
But tough byrup. faalci Good.
in time, sum or ururcieii.
4H"M a " j
can to read "grip." Without intending
to do so a new word has been coined that
exactly describes the case. As if some
hideous giant with awful GRIP had clutched
us in its fatal clasp. Men, women, child
ren, whole towns and cities are caught in
the baneful grip of a terrible monster.
l'e-ru-na for Grip.
Mrs. Theophile Schmitt, wifo of the
Ex-Secretary of the German Consulate,
. ;"noverwasB .
caso of temporary or obstinato JW
Mull's Grape Tonic
First, Mull's Ornpo Tonic U unllka any
for eonitlpatlon. It Is tho greatest
laxative known. Hut thnt ln't what
'"J"0 Propcrtle of the itrano and other
- iis mo worn out muscles or trie in
testinal tract. amirs drape Tonlo build", flesh makes
strength nnd create rich, red blood. Mull's Grape Tonic
is in ii itiik mm ovnrwiowa iorco'iiinmon. it r guar
anteed to CUrO VOtl. T,arp:n s.imnln hntrln annr frnn tn nnv
address on receiptor 10 cents for postage by I.Uhtnlne ;
minim, 111. rtpna your ametmi s name.
aiuu s urapo ionic at do cents a Dome.
The gift of silence has saved many a
We offer One Hundred Dollars reward forany
case or Catarrh thatcasaot bo cured by Hall's
P. J. CHRNTJY & CO , Prop... Toledo. O.
We. the undersigned, hnvo known P. J
Cheney for tho last 15 wars nnd believe htm
perfectly honorable In ull business transactions
nnd Unanclully able to carry out any omlga
tlonH mndo by their Urm.
West & Truax. Wholesale Drudglits. Toledo.
O- Waldlnir, Klnnun & Man in, Wholesulo
Druggists. Toledo, Ohio.
Hall's "itorrh Curo Is taken Internally. acV
Ing direct, v upon tke blood and raucous surf acos
of tho hyswrn. Testimonials sent free, l'rlce
I5o per bottle. Sold by all iVuggltiU.
Hull's rurally l'llls are Ihu best.
There Is no cure for the Firewater's
IP TOD USE IIALI, IU.UE,
Get Red Cross Hall llltio, the best liftU Blao.
Largo oz. package ouly 5 cents.
The Paleface's arm Is longer than
Many School Children Are Sickly.
Mother Gra)'sSeot Powders for Children,
used by Mother Gray.a nurws in Children's
Home, New Vork.break up Colds in 24 hours,
cure Fevorishness, Hendache, Stomach
Trouble. Tfething Disorders and Destroy
Worms. At all druggists'. 25c. Sample mailed
free. Addro Allen S.01mbtod, LeKoy.N.Y.
Doubt alwayri travols on snowshoos.
writes the following letter from. 3417
Wabash avenue, Chicago, 111.:
"I suffered this winter with a severe
attack cf la grippe. After using three
bottles of Perunn I found the grip had dis
appeared." Mrs. T. Schmitt.
Mrs. Celeste Covell writes from 219 N.
avenue, Aurora, 111.:
"Only those who have suffered with la
grippe and been cured can appreciate how
grateful I feel that such a splendid medicine
as Peruna has been placed at the door of
every suffering person." Mrs. C. Covell.
Noted Hculptrris Cured of Grip.
Mrs. M. C. Cooper, of the Royal Acad
emy of Arts, of London, England, now
residing in Washington, D. C, is one of
tho greatest living sculptors and painters of
the world. She saj s :
"I take pleasure in recommending Peruna
for catarrh and la grippe. I have suffered
for months, and after the uso of ono bottle
of Peruna I am entirely well." Mrs. M. C.
D. L. Wallace, a charter member of the
International Barber's Union, writes from
IS Western avenue, Minneapolis, Minn.:
"Following a severe attack of la grippe I
seemed to be affected badly all over.
"One of my customers who was greatly
helped by Peruna advised me to try it, and
I procured a bottle tho same day. Now my
head is clear, my nerves are steady, I enjoy
food and rest well. Peruna has been worth
a dollar a dose to me." D. L. Wallace.
Lieutenant Clarice Hunt, of the Salt Lake
City Barracks of tho Salvation Army,
writes from Ogden, Utah : ,
"Two months ago I was suffering with so
severe a cold that I could hardly speak.
"Our captain advised mo to try Peruna
and procured a bottle for me, and truly it
worked wonders. Within two weeks I was
entirely well." Clarice Hunt.
Congressman White's Letter.
Tarboro, N. C.
OcntlemcntI am more than satis
fled with Peruna and find It to be an
excellent remedy for the grip and ca
tarrh. I have used It In my family
and they all join mo In recommending
It as an excellent remedy." Qcorge
11. White, Member of Congress.
Mrs. T. W. Collins, Treasurer Inde
pendent Order of Good Templars, of
Everett, Wash., writes:
"After having a severe attack of la grippe
I continued in a feeble condition even after
the doctors called me cured. My blood
seemed poisoned. Peruna cured me."
Mrs. T. W. Collins.
If ou do not derive prompt and satis
factory results from the use of Peruna, write
at once to Dr. Hartman, giving a full state
ment of your case and he will be pleased to
give you his valuable advice gratis.
Address Dr. Hartman, President of Tho
Hartman Sanitarium, Columbus, Ohio.
I am suro Plso's Curo tor Consumption saved
my life three years nco Mrs. Tnoa. Robbihs.
Maple Street, Norwich, N. V Feb. 17, 1900.
Lieutenant Genoral W. O. Dunham
Massy, colonel of the 5th Royal Irish
Lancers, who presided at the ..welcome
home dinner to the regiment In Lon
don, recently, hnd a sobriquet once
that can hardly bo forgotten yet. For
years after 1855 he was known as
"Redan Massy," by reason that on a
memorable 8th of September this
"orffcer boy," as our friend Mulvaney
would have called him, had led an as
sault of his own upon the Russian out
works at Sebaatopol. He was 17, per
haps, then, and this first commission
was not a year old.
He was so badly hurt a ball had
smashed his left thigh that the Rus
sians lef- him for dead, and when his
own people much later on recovered
him, he was only just alive. But he
lived through a six months confine
ment to "a camp stretcher," and the
primltlvo surgery of those days, to
command first the Royal Irish Lan
cers, then, in Roberts' Afghan cam
paign, a cavalry brigade nt Charasia
and Sherpur; and, by and by, the gar
rison of Ceylon. And he is just a C.
B. liko another, though he has the Le
gion, and his old University of Dublin
gave him his LL. D.
He Is a soldier's son, and n soldier's
son-in-law; an Irishman born, with a
family place in Trpperary, where he Is
to be found a good deal ofteuer than
In Pall Mall, and where tho "Redan
Massy" of the far-off days ho brings
so near finds his chief delight In the
peaceful business of the architect and
Professor MorisanI of Naples uni
versity, who holds the position of
physician to Queen Helena, of Italy,
Is both In stature nnd proportions the
most Uimtnutive doctor in the world.
Any ono can dye with PUTNAM
FADELESS DYE; no experience re
quired. Knowledge Is nblllty to read between
THOSI: WHO 11AV1. TKIKD IT
will use no other. Defiance Cold Water
Btarch has no equal In Quantity or Qual
ity 16 oz. for 1U cents. Otuer brand
contain only IS oz.
No wish Is to ho Ignored when It Is
backed by endeavor.
Try mo Just onco and I am suro to
como again. Defiance Starch.
The genius of the church depends on
Superior Quality and extra quantity
must win. This Is why Deflanco Starch
Is taking the place of all others.
Heavenly manna Is better than
MOIULE and return, IM 85
-SKW (tltl.hANb ami return. . . . imco
II A VAX A. tUHA, ana return. . 8u
Ibe abate ipeclel ratea and many others with
Iouk Umlta and eiop-otere ou ale Ktb. nth to
'ituil luolualte. All Information at Wabaab X'ltJ
tilllce, 1W1 Ktrnam St , or adnreti,
llAltltV K MOOltLfi,
(.en. Agt. I'aia. Dept. Omaha, Nekr.
Foea without aro loss to. be foarod
than faults within,
THE LIVE STOCK MARKET.
Latest Quotations from South Omaha
and Kansas City.
CATTLn Tlit-re wim n llbnrnl run of
:att!o nntl buyers took otlvnutaRo of tho
ipportunlty to pound the tnurkct n little.
The beef steer tnnrkot wns slow lit Kot
:1ns started nnd coulj snfely bo quoted
i dime loer than yesterday. Tho qunl
ty of the cftttlo was just fnr, which, per
nnp, hnd somcthliiK to do with tho lnck
f activity. The cow ninrkrt suffered a
little worse than the steers. The murnlliff
Was well ndvitncud ln?foro much tradlnB
.vng done, nnd an a Kcneral thliiKK tho
Jccllno ntnountcil to 101115a. Tim bull mar
tet did not show much cliniiRCv ns buyeni
hnvo been tnklnr? oft nil tbp week on thnt
sins of cnttle. Venl cnlvon nlso hold
ilwiit sttdy. There were only n few
hunches of stackers nnd feeders hi tho
yards, so thnt nltliotiRh the close of tho
week Is nt hand prices held about stoutly.
As hlrtli us U.ir wnR pnld for some cuttle.
Slit they werv nuicli bftter tlinn nuytbliifr
Hint has arrived here In some little time.
To common stun" wits slow, tlie sumo ns
HOGS There wns only n modernto run
of Iiokb nnd under the Influence of n Rood
local drmnnd tho market opened strong to
n nickel IiIkIict. The bulk of the medium
weight hoRs sold from JO 55 to $fi.Cfi, nnd
tho prlmo heavy boirs sold from JO W
down. As it Ronertil thliiR tho better
weight bops were n nickel blither, whllo
the lighter hogs wore strong to no lilnher.
Trading wnj fnlrlv nctlvo on tho more
ileslritblo loads, and the bulk of them was
disposed of In kxi1 season As Is gen
ernlly tho case, thotiKli, the lighter
weights wero neglected, nnd were largely
left until the last.
8IU213P Quotntlons: Cholcn western
lambs, $5.uOItG.r; fair to good lambs, J 1.75
tJ5. to; choice native lambs, J3.7u(i?GOO;
cholco yctirllngs, $4.0005.15: fair to good
yrarllngs, J4.2.r.Ji4.76: choice wethers, $1.50ff
5.00: fair to good, $4 POfM.fiO; choice owes,
1.00f?4.:3: fair to good. gCtfH.OO; feeder
Inmbs, J.100i4.C0; feeder yetirlhiKS, M.50
3.C3: feeder wethers, $3.00'ij3.2o; feeder
CATTLn Best corn fed cattle, steady;
medium, 10c lower; cows nnd helfcrB, dull
to lower; qtinruntlnc, stendy to lower;
cholco export and dressed beef steers, $1.
S0iin.fi0; fair to good. 3 504.75; Btockers
nnd feeders, n.2."iTr4.25; western fed steers,
J2.731l5.00; Texns nnd Indtnn steers, J3 0OU
4.10; Texns cows, J1.9O03OO; native cows,
$t.75'S4.00; native heifers, J2.50Jf4.30; can
ners, Jl.00ii2.10i bulls, J2.3JQ3.73; calves,
IIOGS-Mnrket Cc higher: top, JCR2&;
bulk of sales, $0 556.75; heavy, J6.505jfl SO;
mixed packers, J0.5OQ6.73; light, Jfl.20fl6.53;
SIIEin AND IAMBS-Market steady;
native lambs, JI.OXKiC.OO; western lambs,
53 935)5 SO; fed ewes, J3O0i5.O0; natlvo
wethers, J1.60JT4.S5; western wethers, J3.00
1.S5; Blockers nnd foedcrs, J2C0A3.50.
VENEZUELANS ARE INDIGNANT.
Excitement Against German Arm3
High at La Guayra.
LA GUAYRA Tho former Venezue
lan gunboat Restaurador, now in tho
possession of tho Germans, arrived
here Friday from Puerto Cahello and
anchored near tho shore Her pres
ence caused great popular Indignation.
At 3 o'clock several rifle shots were
heard In tho distance. Shortly after
ward the Restiiurador left her anchor
ago and moved to a position outside
the harbor and under tho protection
of the guns of the British cruiser Trib
une. Tho Restaurador had been armed,
equipped and manned by the Germans
since hcr capture. Her anchoring
close into tho shore was taken by the
populace, In view of tho Maracalho oc
currences, as a direct provocation to
retaliation. It Is not known where
tho rlllo shots of Friday afternoon
wero fired, but it is believed that the
precaution of the Restaurador In mov
ing from the shore was timely, as tho
hungry unemployed populace of La
Guayra, excited by recent events and
driven to desperation by their condi
tion, had applied to tho local authori
ties for arms and proposed making a
night attack on tho gunboat. Tho ex
citement against the Germans is run
ning high here.
FAMINE MAKES CANNIBALS.
New Guinea Black Kill and Eat White
Men on the Island.
VICTORIA, B. C Tho steamer Ml
owara, which arrived Saturday, brings
news of tho murder of several white
men by the natives of New Guinea.
A drouth has been experienced for
bonitt time and it is thought that on
account of shortage of food the na
tives have resorted to cannibalism.
Reports of murders have been re
ceived from many places. One tells
of the killing of two European pros
pectors who were eaten by tho blacks,
and a Dutch constable Is also reported
killed and eaten. Several blacks wero
also murdered. Many, of the natives
have no feed and aro subsisting ot
roots and herbs.
Fleeing Felon Is Held.
LEAVENWORTH, Kan. W. O. Mur
ray, one of the leaders of the convict
mutineers who escaped from tho foO
oral pribon on November 7, 1901, Is In
a Georgia prison tamp serving a sen
tence for robbery. Ho was arrested
four months ago, but his Identity was
not established until a few riuys ago.
An effort will he made to have the gov
ernor of Georgia pardon him, so that
ho can he biought hoio for trh'l.
LONDON Wofitmlnstor chapol, ono
of tho hoet known ohurch In Loudon,
has decided to Invito Rov. Samuel
George Smith or St. Paul to till tho
Doan's Trial Triumph
Tho Free Trial of Doan's Kidney Pills
It's tho Donn way of proving Doan
Aching hacks nro cased. Hip, hack, and
loin pains overcome. Swelling of tho
limbs and dropsy signs vanish.
Thoy correct urlno with brick dust sedi
ment, high colored, excessive, pain in
tmsslng, dribbling, frequency. Doan's
Kidney Pills dissolve ami rcmovo calculi
nntl gravel. Relievo heart palpitation,
sleeplessness, hcadnehe, nervousness.
RocKtui.K.Trcx.. Dec. 0, 1003. "When
I received tho trial package of Dunn's
Kidney Pills I could not get out of bed
without help. I hml severo pains In the
.small of my back. The Pills helped mo
at onco, anil now nftcr three weeks tho
pain In my hark U nil gnno and I ntn no
longer nnnoyed with having to get up
often during the night nq formerly. I ran
not speak too highly for what Doan's Kid
ncy l'llls have done for inc. I urn now 57
years old. have tried a great many modi
cines, hut nothing d!d tho work until I
used Doan's Kidney Pills." Jamhs It.
Ci.nvni.ANi), Kv Dec. 28, 1003. "I
was laitl up In bed with my back and
A Curious Old Document.
A rare trnct by Sir William Scagur,
Norroy klng-nt-arms, printed In 1002,
describes tho Enrl of Cumhorland'n
Induction Into the oillco of "Pecullnr
Champion to Queen Ellzaboth." This
took place at tho annual "feat of
arms" hold on tho queen's birthday.
Sir Henry Lea. who was tho origin,
ntor of tho celebration, removed lifs
armor and presented tho Earl of Cum
berland to her majesty, praying her
to accept him as her knight. On hor
signifying her acceptance tho old
champion nrmed tho new, nnd put a
cap and cont of velvet upon himself,
whllo ono of hor majesty's servants
Bang n song of which ono stanza ruim:
"My helmet now shall mako n hlvo for
And lovers' songs shall ho my holy
A man at nrms must now sit on his
And feed on prayers which arc old
Ami so from court to cottage 1 depart;
My saint Is suro of mlno unspotted
To tho housewife who has not yot be
come acquainted with the now things ot
everyday uso In tho market nnd who Is
rtasonablyl satlsllcd with tho old, wc
would suggest that n trial of Defiance
Cold AVatcr Starch bo made nt onco.
Not nlono becauso It Is guaranteed by
tho manufacturers to bo superior to any
other brand, but because each 10c pack
age contains 10 ozs., while ull tho other
kinds contain but 12 ozs. It Is safe to say
that the lady who onco uses Defiance.
Starch will uso no other. Quality and
(inutility must win.
Brighton will next year observe tho
fiftieth anniversary of an event that
stirred tho whole of tho religious world
in England, and moved that of Brigh
ton Itself to Its depths. That event
was tho death or tho Rov. W. P. Rob
oxtson, famous as "Robertson of
Brighton." His ministry at tho Holy
Trinity church In Ship street had only ,
lasted six years, and ho was not yet
38, when death took him; but his
iiimu, conmtioraoie in uic, nas since
been enormously augmented by tho
publication of his sermons, nnd also
by the "Life" so sympathetically writ
ten by Mr. Stopford Brooke. Indeed,
so truly may it be said of him that
ho is still a living force that It will,
doubtless, surprise many to know that ,
nenrly hair a century has passed since
his death. It occurred at midnight on
Sunday, August 15, 1853.
The municipal progresslvencss of
Glasgow Is forever showing new sldos.
At tho police stations thero is not only
a room for lost children, hut a tub for
strayed fish. A fresh-water trout, we
read, was seen drifting on tho harbor
surface, at Broomlclaw in a sickly
condition, "but quickly revived on be
ing placed In a bath of fresh water at
tho police station." It is not clear
that tho detention was wholly thera
peutic. So reckless an Invasion of tho
lower Clydo, besides being lll-ndvlscd,
for obvious reasons, mny easily have
contravened one of Glasgow's numer
ous regulations. But if saimo trutta
comes before the balllie, It will surely
be allowed that tho offender has al
ready undergone sufficient punishment.
Life would hardly he worth living
if one. could not forget with some dis
crimination. Small things talk loud to tho In
Thought She Would Go Crazy.
Hulls, 111., Jan. 2Cth. "I couldn't sit
longer than five minutes In ono placo.
I was always tired, but could not rest
or sleep. I couldn't help crying and
feeling that something awful was Just
about to happen. 1 thought I would
go crazy." In this way does Mrs. A.
M. Fysh of this place tell of the 111
ness from which sho has Just recov
ered. Mtr. Fysh's case was remarkable.
If she fell asleep she would wake up
frightened, her mouth dry and her
nerves all worked up. She was lone
some and melancholy even when sur
rounded by loving friends. Her bones
ached. Sho had to make water four
or five times every night. Sho was
constipated. She had a voracious ap
petite, yet was always hungry between
meals. She coughed up a great deal of
Sho heard of Dodd's Kidney Pills
and after using them says:
"By the time I had taken five boxes
I was a now woman. I can not tell
how much good they did for me. Be
fore using Dodd's KIdnoy Pills life wns
such a drag to mo. Now I can do my
work and feel glad that I have work
to do. I am ooraplctaly restored."
Happiness depends not on the things
tho heart has but ou the heutt that
has -the things. . .
The tomporaturo qf the heart can
not be gaged by tho bond.
dally carries relief to thousands.
merit with each Individual case.
kidneys. I could not gel myself straight
When I trlrd to stand, would have to
bend in n half stooping position. I got n
trial box of Doan's Kidney Pills and took
all of them. At tho end of two days they
got mo out of bed nnd I was ahlo to go
nhnut, I take a delight In praising theso
Pills." Ann Gt'NN, Jr.
..n.MimwWMtMm nniHWiin.Mmiii m
FREE FORTHE KIDNEYS'SAKE.
-a SFctittv raa. -7 "
TosTEn MtMirnH Co.. liiifTnlo, N Y
I 1'lcaao send mo by mall, without cbareo.
trlnl box Dotui's Kidney l'llls.
fitato ,,-- ,,,-
(Cut out routxin on ilntlnl Unci ami mail to
Kottrr-Mllburn Ou., llutTatu, M. T.)
Know how important It k
to ibc agood starch. Defiance'
Starch b the but starch
made. It doesn't stick to
the iron. It gives a beauti
ful soft glossy stiffness to the
clothes. It will not blister
or crack the goods. ' It sells
for less, goes farther, docs
more. Ask the lady who
' irons. Defiance Starch at all
tgrocen. 1 16 oz. for 10 cents.1
lOftlAHA --. NEB.
210 Kinds for. I6e.
ItlsafaclthHlHalivr'aiieAlaare found ln
more Karuena ami on mora rarma than.
ony oiutrin America. Tberalaflg
reason for this. We own and od.
rato over JOiio acres for tha ti rod no
tion of ourchotcesrmH. In order to i
, inrtucoyou totry them wnmaioi
lira luuuwmg unpreceuenuHi onerci
For 16 Cant a Postpaid
aa ri waf rral tnMu,
S& torts tlrftal abbag,
1 1 ton naanlflctal earrota,
1ft ptrlw let tee itrlctlee,
tft rar loirlaa raUh,
SOapIeadM bctl aorta,
I (Mriaatlf boaallfal Bower tMat'
in an iiu aunaa pcuuTrij inmumriK
iHMlietlof cliarifiintr flowMraamt lna
ami Iota of choice Trurtablra. togeltvi
ct wiiii our (treat rataioirue "limit an i
about Mocnronl W ticnt. Illlllun Hal. I
lar Urui, Teoilutr, Uronmi, Hpeltz,
etc.all (or only ltl. Inttauipa&nd ,
Onion aeed at bat flO. pound.
JOHN A. SALZER SEED CO.,
La Crotse. Wli. .
RE YOU SATISFIED ?
Aro you entirely satisfied with
tho foods you buy nnd v. 1th the
prices that you payf
Over S 000.000 peoplo nro trodlne with
us and eclllni; their roods at wholesale
Our 1,000-paee ctaioiruo will be sent
on receipt of 15 cci.t' . It tells tho story.
The house that telli tho truth.
LIST HILL AID TKSTIBKXT.
I hereby bequeath mj blile to tho E4ee I
KobeleooltiB; ux. 10 bolonneq wua way
natr on, ana mode loto a rob or root,
ana relumed to uj iereea owner.
ai 1 nero only ono mtie 1 am eery i
farurmar erioul 11. ana ineui mail.
none om mo aaia urea to euowea
Edaa Kokoa aa4
Write tndaj for
cuotnm jirUe lt,ta
Iee Hole Taeolao
ITIm) he tbe lore
I tt u 1I.1H wora
I otlendhe.t rqoli d
I larwry em aro (Do
tnoei capetiie r
tatioiaf uiy nine
NEM DISCOVERY: Klves
iLSWJ & I tinkle relief and cureaworat
-a.ee llookof teeilinonlaUund 10 DAYS' treatment
PUKE. Dr. Q.II. 0HhM'B BOMB.Boz K.AUanta.Oa
WAfiTFn ACKNTS to sell Silverware from
BilTcrwara Mnfg. Co., 1S32 Maaonic Temple, CMcaja
nSJ?S.iiStThomp8on's ty Wafer
To take the fuel of lust Into the
heart is to invite tbe fires to consumo
To Curo u Cold in One day.
Take I.axatU o llronio Quinine Tublett. All
druggist refund niouoy if it fails to cure, l!5o.
Nn Indian ever sold his daughter for
Tnxlilemi) mid Fur Oreealnp,
1 Otvrcoata and rulite tuadu 10 order. Cow bldei
O. K. GtLnKKT OOlll'ANV,
K'Jt South Itta St. OMAHA, NED.
Selflshnoss is the causa pf sin and
acriflcing service its cure.
V I ifvirfw
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