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About The Alliance herald. (Alliance, Box Butte County, Neb.) 1902-1922 | View Entire Issue (May 29, 1903)
A DANGER SPOT. '
A dangerous spot for
pain Is tho
small of ibo
back; It tolls
of Kidney ills,
rs do most
p b I n b and
aches la tho
b o g 1 n with
backacho and ;
end with Dla-,
B r 1 g u t's Dls-1
Curo Kidney and Bladder troubles
before they reach tho serious stage.
Head how easily it can be done.
W. J. Hill of 40 South Union Streot,
Concord, N. C, proprietor of hard
ware and harness store, Justice of tho
Peace, and one of tho best kuown citi
zens of that place, says: "Doan's Kid
ney Pills proved a very efficient rem
edy in my case. I got a box at the
Gibson Drug Store, and used them for
VllBordercd kidneys and backache from
which I had experienced a great deal
of annoyance, trouble and pain. The
kidney secretions had bothered mo for
a long while, were very Irregular, dark
colored and full of sediment. Tho
Pills cleared It all up and I liavo not
had an ache in my back slnco taking
the last dose. My back is much
stronger and my health generally is
Improved a great deal. I am glad to
make a public endorsement of tho
Pills, trusting that it may bo tho
means of relieving some other suf
- A FREE TRIAL of this great kid- j
ney medicine- which cured Mr. Hill
will bo mailed on application to any J
part of tho United States. Address i
Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. For
Bale by all druggists, prlco 50 cents
Undertakers are always prepared for
If yon don't get tho biggest and
best it's your own fault Defiance
Starch is for salo overywhero and j
thero Is positively nothing to equal j
it in quality or quantity.
Indians are occasionally troubled
with red aunts.
If the electric chair is an instru- ,
ment of death where does tho accor-
dlon come In?
Stops tlio Cough ami
Works Off tho Cohl
LaxativoBrouioQulnluo Tablets. Price 25c.
He who never seeks his opportunity
will never find it.
Think twice before speaking when
angry and you may be able to say' j
something more aggravating than if '
you ha dspoken first.
You never hear any one complain
about "Defianco Starch." Thero is t
none to equal It in quality and quan
tity, 1G ounces, 10 cents. Try It now j
and save your money. ,
Never smash a hodgolioc with -'our !
fist, or you may have cause to regret '
Odd Errors in Books.
Some one has been hunting for er
rors in tho writings of old and new
authors. He has run down some fun
ny mistakes. In "Ivanhoo" Sir Walter
Scott makes a knight of Richard I
converse with a contemporary of Wil
liam tho Conqueror, who was Richard's
grandfather. Tho new moon appears
"in tho western sky and sets from tho
moment it becomes visible; but In
"The Children of Gibeon" Walter Be
sant caused a new moon to rise in the
east at 2 o'clock in tho morning. Trol
lope makes ono of his characters,
Andy Scott, come whistling up the
street with a cigar In his mouth. In
'"Don Quixote" Sancho continues to
ride on his donkey after having la
Jmented tho animal's death. In "The
:Rolgn of Law," by Jamese Lane Al
lien, one of tho characters refers to a
ibook which was not published for ten
years after the time the reference was
said to have been made. Hamlin Gar
'land wrote in 189C "Tho Rose of Dutch
er's Coolly," and one of tho characters
'in tho novel is given about three differ
ent names. Jacob Rlis tells In "Tho
:MakIng of an American" that while a
jyoung reporter, in giving the particu
lars of a river's overflow, ho described
a stone floating on the waste of wat
ers. But that was not more wonder
ful than tho case of our old friend,
Robinson Crusoe, who, after taking off
his clothes to swim to tho wreck, took
'the precaution to All his pockets full
of biscuits. Neither was it more sur
prising than the discovery by a Paris
Reporter, who found in tho Seine "tho
nude corpse of a man with ten sous in
"his waistcoat pocket."
DOCTOR ON FOOD.
Experimented on Himself.
A physician of Gallon, O., says:
"For tho last few years I have been a
-sufferer from indigestion and al
though I have used various remedies !
-and prepared foods with some benefit i
It was not until I tried Grape-Nuts
that I waB completely cured.
"As a food it is pleasant and agree
able, very nutritious and is digested
and assimilated with very little effort I
on the part of the digestive organs, j
As a nerve food and restorer It has I
no equal and as such is especially i
adapted to students and other brain J
workers. It contains tho elements
necessary for tho building of nerve i
tissue and by so doing maintains an j
equilibrium of waste and repair.
"It also enriches tho blood by giv
ing an increased number of red blood '
corpuscles and In this way strength
ens all the organs, providing a vital '
fluid made more nearly perfect. I '
tako great pleasure In recommending
its use to my patients for I value It
ns a food and know It will benefit all
who uso It." Name furnished by Pos-
tum Co., Battle Creek, Mich. ,
THE LION'S WHELP
A Story of Cromwell's Tlmo
BY AMELIA E. BARR.
Author of "Thj tow of Orange. Ribbon." "I. Thou and tho Other One."
"Th Maid of Maiden Lane." Etc.
(Copyrltht. 1901. by Dodd, Mead & Company. All llehts resrrvpd.)
Changes at De Wick.
When Matilda received a letter from
Anthony Lynn, sho was immediately
certain that tho old man's consclenco
troubled him in the presenco of denth,
and that ho wlBhed to return do Wick
to Its rightful owner. Sir Thomas and
Lady Jevery wore of tho same opinion,
and the two ladles started for do Wick
Anthony Lynn stood at tho door to
meet them. Ho looked 111 and frail,
but hardly llko death, and when ho
witnessed tho delight of tho ladies nt
the changes made in do Wick, his faco
grow almost young in its pleasure.
Evory room In tho house was a fresh
surprise; for through all that was
vonerablo through ago or family asso
ciation, and nil that was valuablo and
beautiful had been preserved, yet so
much of modern splendor and worth
had been mingled with tho old that
tho rooms woro apparently newly fur
nished. Matilda said enthusiastically:
"Mr. Lynn, seeing that tho do Wicks
had to leave their ancient home, I am
glad It has fallen to you and I am
sure my father is glad, also."
Then tho old man burst into that
thin, cold passion of weeping so sig
nificant of ago, and bo pitiful in its
helplessness. "It is your father's do
ing, Lady Matilda," ho stbbed. "It is
my flear lord's wisdom. Pardon mo
now. This evening I will tell you all."
Ho went away with these words, and
the two women looked at each other
In the evening ho came to them.
"When these dreadful wars first Iip.
gan," he said, "Earl do Wick foresaw
their ending, and after Marton Moor
he said to me, 'I know this man, Oli
ver Cromwell, and thero Is none that
will stand against him. It is my duty
to save do Wick; will you help mo?'
And I said to him, 'My dear lord, I
owe you all I am, and all I have.'
Then it was agreed that I should join
tho Puritan party, that I should pro-
"You must light from your
tend a disapproval of the Earl and his
ways but a disapproval tempered
with regret so that men might not
suspect my opposition. The king was
oven then sending to do Wick for
money, and I was supposed to supply
it on the de Wick silver and valuables.
In reality, tho Earl sent theso things
to my care, and ho himself gave tho
gold. Then thero camo a time when
do Wick was bare, and the king still
wanted money. And tho Earl prom
ised to borrow from mo ono thousand
pounds, in consideration of letters
royal making tho Lady Matilda Coun
tess do Wick in her own right, if hor
brother Stephen had no heirs of his
body. Here are the papers relating to
your succession, and here aro those
relating to my trust In tho matter of
tho de Wick silver and valuables."
Thus Matilda virtually became mis
tress of her old home. Anthony was
seldom seen, but Stephen de Wick
camo and wont, and brought with him
men whose names were not spoken,
and whoso business meant much more
than tho packs of cards which ap
peared to bo all they cared for. In
fact, Matilda was soon neck deep In
Prince Rupert's plot, and there was no
doubt in her mind that the month of
May would end tho life of Oliver Crom
well, and bring the king to his throno
and the do Wicks to their earldom.
Sho was sitting, ono afternoon, talk
ing to Stephen, when a servant en
tered. "My lady," he said, "here has
cotno a man with a letter, which ho
will deliver to none but you." Matilda
ordered the messenger to her presenco
at onco. Hastily sho glanced over tho
lines, until she came to the discovery
of the plot
"Oh, Indeed, hero is the burden of
Jano Swaffham!" sho cried in a pas
sion. "Wo are discovered. Stephen,
you are in Instant danger. You must
away at once."
"And pray, how? or where? I will
not run. I will stand or fall with the
"What drivel, what nonsensical bom
bast are you talking? You must tako
the North Road to Hull; you aro suro
of a ship there."
Ho rose as she spoke, and she
kl&sed him with passionate tender
ness. When he left the room, ikt ran
&m$&&.sl .cMMmtrmyimkJ'u?. .
Ltrt Lxr WfT'l'CMAltKWffi K -TA.1- -t-SS-yU -
to tho roof of tho house to watch
which road" ho took. In nbout a quar
ter of an hour sho saw htm rtdtug at
great speed northward, and watched
htm until ho became a speck on tho
Then sho went to hor room and In
a leisurely manner put on hor garden
hat and walked to tho stables. Sho
went nt once to a young man known
to bo Stephen do Wick's constant at
tendant whenever ho was In tho neigh
borhood. Sho knew ho could bo rolled
on, and as they stood together by Ma
tilda's Barbary mare, sho said with
tho critical air of one talking about a
favorite animal, "Yupon, you know tho
three largo oak trees, Just beyond tho
boundary of do Wick?"
"I know them well, my lady."
"Bo under tho oaks tonight, at 8
o'clock. Hav.o with you a lantern and
a coll of strong rope. You will boo
Earl do Wick there, and when ho
speaks, join him on tho Instant. Can
he rely on you 7"
"By my soul he can, even to blood
letting." "Be this our bargain then. Eight
o'clock no later."
"Let mo perish If I am not there."
All tho man's words had tho savor
of a strong, faithful spirit, and Ma
tilda went back satisfied. About 7
o'clock sho went to her brother's room
and brought away a stilt of his cloth
ing, and when sho had dressed her
self in it, and put a pistol and hunting
knife In hor belt, and a largo plumed
hat on her head, sho looked in tho
mirror with the utmost satisfaction.
She was her brother's double; quito
his height, and singularly like him in
carriage, faco and manner.
Matilda walked quickly through tho
garden, and without molestation sho
arrived at tho three oaks. Yupon
Slado was already there. For nearly
an hour Matilda walked up and down
tho road, keeping well within call of
her companion. But about nino
o'clock tho sound of a horse coming
at an easy gallop was heard, and Yu-
Horse, Miles Watson."
pon was softly called. He was at Ma
tilda's side as the rider camo near
them. She advanced to meet him,
calling pleasantly, "Miles Watson, a
word, if it please you."
Tho voice was familiar and kind,
and Miles drew rein and asked, "Who
calls me? I am on tho Common
wealth's business, and cannot bo de
layed." Then Matilda, pointing the pistol in
his face, said, "You must light from
your horse, Miles Watson." The pis
tol was dangerously near; Yupon's
rough order "to tumble" was not un
accompanied by threats, and Watson
thought it best to obey quietly, where
ho could not resist. When Yupon had
bound him securely, Matilda took tho
lfj;ern, and drnwing from her girdle
the sharp hunting knife, she cut open
tho leathern mall bag and turned tho
light upon its contents. Tho small
private letters sho hardly noticed, but
there were three ominous looking pa
pers closed with large red seals, and
these sho instantly seized. They were
all directed to tho sheriff of Ely, and
she felt sure they wero tho authority
for Stephen's arrest. Sho took posses
sion of tho whole three, bade Yupon
set loose tho horse, and leaving tho
other contents of the rifled mnil bag
on tho grass by the side of tho bound
carrier, she Bllpped away into tho
shadows and darkness or de Wick
Thero was still fire on her hearth,
and she pushed the dying logs to
gether, and lit a candle by their blaze.
Then sho opened one of the letters.
It waB a warrant for tho arrest of
Squire Mason. Tho next opened was
a warrant for tho arrest of Lord Fred
erick BIythe; but tho third was. truly
enough, the warrant for the arrest of
Stephen de Wick, for treason against
tho Commonwealth and conspiracy
against tho life of tho Protector. Sho
drow her mouth tightly, and tore tho
wholo three warrants across, and
threw them into tho flames. Whon
they wero ashes, sho turned quickly,
divested herself of her brother's cloth
ing, and put on her own garments
Then Ehe carried Stephen's suit to his
room, and afterwards put out the can
dle and went to bed.
Matilda's plan had, however, been
top hnstlly formed and carried out to
admit of a thorough consideration, and
In her hurry of rifling tho mail, It hnd
not occurred to her that ono of thoso
small, unimportant looking letters
might also bo lor the sheriff. This In
fact was the case. Whon daylight
brought rescue to tho hound cnrrlor
the rejected letters woro gathered up,
mid ono of thorn was a letter of In
structions regarding tho threo war
rants to ho served. It directed tho
8horIrt to take Mason and Blytho to
Ely for trlnl, but to bring Stophon do
Wick to tho Tower of Ixindoii.
Tho sheriff was In n passion of dis
appointment, and hastily securing a
warrant to nrrcst Stephen do Wick for
mall robbery, ho went to do Wlck to
It was Delia who, about tho noon
hour, camo flying Into her lady's pres
ence with tho news that tho sheriff
was in tho stables talking to Yupon
Sladc, and that ho had two constables
"What do thoy want, Delta? I sup
poso I must Bay whom do they want?
Is tt Mr. Lynn, or Lady Jovery, or my
self?" "I think it will bo Karl do Wick
thoy aro after, my lady."
"TIs most likely. Bid them to
come In and And Earl do Wlck,"
The men wero about nu hour making
their search, and during this Interval
Lady Jovery had been summoned, and
Anthony Lynn had received tho stim
ulating drug on which ho relied. But
ho was very 111, and Lady Jovery, who
adored her nephew, was weeping and
full of anxious terror. Matilda vainly
assured hor Stephen wns safe.
At tills point tho Bhorlff re-entered
tho room. Ho was In n vtlo temper,
and did not scruplo to cxcrclso It.
"Tho man has gone," ho said to An
thony Lynn, "and I believe you know
all about tho affair. You nro nono of
Cromwell's friend. Many peoplo be
side mo say that of you."
"I am glad they do mo bo much
honor. Cromwell! Who Is Cromwell?
A man to joy tho dovll. No, I nm not
his friend!" nnd with a radiant smile,
"I thank my Maker for It."
Tho sheriff turned to his attend
ants. "You hear tho traitor!" ho cried.
"You heard Anthony Lynn turn his
back on himself! I knew him always
for a black heart and a doublo tongue.
We must hnvo a warrant for him, nnd
that at onco."
"Fool!" said tho trembling, totter
ing old man, with a superhuman
scorn, as his clay-like faco suddenly
flamed into its last color. "Warrant!
wnrrant! Oliver Cromwell hns no war
rant to lit my namo. I go now on tho
warrant of tho King of kings. Matil
da! Stephen! I am going to my dear
lord to my dear King to my dear
God!" and as a strong man shakes off
a useless garment, so Anthony Lynn
dropped his body, and In that moment
Ills spirit flow away further than
thought could follow it.
"What a villain!" cried tho sheriff.
"Villain, in "your face," answered
Matilda passionately. "Out of tho
presenco of holy death! You are not
fit to stand by his dead body! Go, on
this Instant! Suro, if you do not,
thero aro thoso who will mnko you!"
With theBO words sho cried out lor
her servants In a volco full of horror
and grief, and tho first person to an
swer hor cry was Cymlln Swaffham.
Matilda went to his side, clung to his
arm, pointed to the dead man on tho
hearth and tho domineering flguro of
tho sheriff abovo it, and cried, "Cym
lln, Cymlln, send him away! Oh,
'twas most unmercifully done!"
"Sir," said Cymlln, "you exceed your
warrant. Have you arrested Stephen
"Tho man has run, Mr. Swaffham,
and madamo thoro knows It."
"You have nothing to do with Lady
Matilda. If tho houso has been
searched, your business hero is fln
ishgd. You can go."
(To bo continued.)
CASH ON THE BREEZE.
What Happened to a $10 Bill Caught
by the Zephyr.
Ono nfternoon whllo tho Bennlngs
meeting wns in progress, tho day,
whllo beautiful, was gusty, with oc
casional catspaws of wind that mado
men with soft hats clutch them to
savo them from going Into tho air.
A young fellow who was counting his
money on the walk close to tho betting
ring dropped a $10 bill without notic
ing tho loss.
A gust of wind picked the bill up
and carried It Into tho air. A num
ber of newsboys and gum sellers, and
a fow black stable hands who had
been standing near tho young fellow
when ho dropped the bill and wero
edging up to grnb it when tho loser
of it turned his back, Joined in a shout
when tho bill flow Into tho air. Tho
wind took tho $10 noto almost to the
root of the stand, and then it began to
descend slowly in eccentric curves.
Forty hands wero wildly elevated to
grab the bill when It camo down with
in reaching distance. A very tall
black man, elaborately rigged out,
strolled up to tho squirming crowd
just as tho bill got within reach, and,
calmly raising his hand, ho annexed
tho fluttering bill between his index
and middle Angers, and tucked It into
his vest pocket with a broad grin. Tho
outcry against him by tho disappointed
ones was loud.
"Were did ho butt in f'r do saw.
buck, dat seven-foot cake-walker?"
they wailed as the black man walked
away,' securo in his possession of tho
bill. Washington Post.
"I have known but two women who
wore really perfect," said tho charm
"Indeod!" exclalmod the chronla
bachelor. "That's one more than most
Iowa Fnrmit $4 Par Aero Crh,
btlanco 4 crop till paid MUI.11 Al.l. Sioux City, I.
To Find Xerxes' Fleet.
The treasures that Ho nt tho bottom
of tho sea aro now moro easily ob
tainable by tho Invention of nn In
strument known ns the hydroHcopo.
This contrivance ts shortly to bo put
In operation In onto to Hnd tho lost
fleet of Xerxes, which has reclined on
tho sea's bod undisturbed for nbout
1!,300 yenrn. Search Is also to bo mudo
for uo ship chnrtored by Ponipoy to
carry Roman nrt treasures to Athens
and wrecked In tho nrchtpelngo l.tfGO
Dcflnnro Starch 13 guaranteed big
gest nnd best or money' refunded. 1C
ouneoB, 10 cents. Try It now.
Rothschilds Multiply Slowly.
If tho Rothschilds had Increased nnd
multiplied after tho mnnner of ninny
families thero would have been a
prodlglmtB number of the English
branch, let nlono mo rest, but nfter
moro thnn 100 yonra tho descendants
of Nnthnn Meyer Rothschild, founder
of tho Engllsn Rothschilds, only
amount to between thirty anil forty
Murphy's portrait of McKlnley.
Murphy's portrait of President Me
Klnloy has been received nt tho
Whlto Houso and now hangs to tho
right of tho north vestlbtilo door, the
spaco on tho left of tho door being
occupied by Sargent's portrait of
President Rooucvelt. Tho hanging Is
a favorahlo ono for nn oil painting
nnd tho portrait, which waB painted
from a photograph, the artist novcr
having Been Mr. McKlnley, 1b much nil
mired. Tho Into president's friends
declare It tho best likeness of Mr. Mc
Klnley In existence.
A Suggestion to Morgan.
At tho Lotus club Charles W. Prlco
told this story about J. Plerrepont
Morgan: A young reporter wns sent
to ...r. Morgan's resldenco to nsk nn
important question. "Mr. Morgan Is
out," said tho butlor. Tho reporter,
noticing a carralgo in waiting, linger
ed near the ontrnneo to the Madison
avenuo residence, nnd in a fow mo
ments was not exactly astonished to
bco Mr. Morgan conic out and stnrt
for tho carriage. Ho dared approach
and nsk tho question, no ho had been
instructed. "Young mnn," said Mr.
Morgan, "didn't my butler tell you I
was out." "Yes, but you ehould
change your butler for one who can
speak tho truth." Mr. Morgan turned
his penetrating eyes on tho questioner
for a moment, nnd then snld, aB he
entered Ills carriage: "Call at my of
fice In the morning nnd Biiggest any
other changes In my establishment you
deem advisable." The reporter did
call, and has possessed fnlrly pleasant
relations with tho eminent financier
English Disdain Peanuts.
Over In England they call the pea
nut "ground-nut" and "ground-bean,"
Bays Tip In tho Now York Press. In
British eyes It Is only for pigs. It is
met with occasionally In fruiterers'
shops, hut never In push carts, as in
Now York. A British encyclopedia
Bays: "In tho southern states of North
America ino seeds, or nuts, as thoy
nro called, aro roasted and used ns
chocolate. Thoy nro a favorite arti
cle of food with the negroes." Geor
gians nro called "goober grabblors"
throughout the south. Many a farmer
has grown rich on the humblo peanut,
tho annual product being worth $10,
000,000. Somo persons try to belittle
tho goober. A lnwycr, examining a
witness -.1 nn Important case, 0110
whoso testimony was conclusive, un
dertook to ridicule him. "You nro a
business man, I believe?" "Yes."
"What U your business?" "I doal In
peanuts." The lnwycr smiled know
ingly at the jury. "A peanut vender,
eh? How mnny pints did you sell last
month 7" "I haradly know. A mil
lion, possibly." "What! A million?"
"I liandlo about half a million bush
els a year. I am a wholesale dealer,"
The lawyer sat down, with the laugh
turned on him.
Any girl who marries to please her
folks usually gets the worst of it
A Sensational Case.
Alston, Mich., May 23th. Hough
ton County has never witnessed a
moro striking medical caso than that
of Mr. James Culct of this place.
Mr. Culct had spent a small fortune
with tho best physicians In tho coun
ty and in addition to this ho hns tried
every medicine ho could hear of.
Ho had a very bad caso of Rheuma
tism and Kidney Trouble, frjm which
he had suffered for twenty years.
Nothing he could got seemed to do
him any good, and ho was gradually
Ho has no Rheumatism now and
explains it thus:
"One day I happened to seo an ad
vertisement of Dodd's Kidney Pills
and decided to try them.
"I made up my mind to give them
a good fair trial, as my case was a
very bad one and was of over twenty
"I used altogether 42 boxes and I
can truthfully say that they have
driven out every trace of tho Rheuma
tism, "I feel llko a new man, and I can
nnd do most heartily recommend
Dodd's Kidney Pills for Rheumatism
and Kidney Trouble."
Life's burdens would be greatly
lightened if col'ars with saw edges
were done away with.
Try One Package.
If "Defiance Starch" does not
please you, return It to your dealer.
If it does you get one-third more for
tho samo money. It will give you
satisfaction, and will not stick to the
1 He has the best education who best
knows when to appear ignorant.
Plso'a Cure It the best medlcln we ever used
for all aOrctioDt of the throat and lungs. Wit
O. ENOSUcr, Vauburen. lad., Feb. 10, 10CC
A spring footnote:
Please use the
Somo men pocket an insult by ac
cepting n bribe.
THE PINKHAM CURES
ATTRACTING GREAT ATTKSTIOS AMOSQ
Mrs. Frances Stafford, of 243 E.
114th St., N.Y. City, adds her tes
timony to the hundreds of thou
sands on Airs. Pinkham's files.
When Lydio- E. rinkham'fl 'Reme
dies wero first introduced skeptics
nil over,tho country fro vned upon
their curative claims, but ns year
nfter year hns rolled by nnd tho
littlo group of women who hnd been
cured by tho now discovery 1ms
sinco grown into n vnst nrmy of
hundreds of thousands, doubts nnd
skepticisms hnvo been swont nwny
as by a mighty flood, until to-day
tho great good that Iydiu E.
Pinklinm'H Vcgotnblo Compound
nnd her other medicines nro doing
nmong tho women of America is
nttrncting tho attention of many of
our leading scientists, physicians
nnd thinking people
Merit nlono could win such fnmo ;
wise, therefore, is tho woman who
for n curo relics upen Ijytlla E.
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Gomnloed to fcwp yo
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If not tt drajcri. writ to
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a delicately seasoned combination of Game,
Ham and Tongue; or more appttizinc lor
supper or breakfast than Ubby-s CornedBeef
Hash? Ubby's Home-made Pork and Beans
are like allofUbby's (Natural Flavor) Pood
Products, cooked ready to sen e. Hut up in
convenient key opening- cans.
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Libbj'i blK Atlu of th World.
Libby, McNeill & Libby
WANTED -TRAVELIMfi SALESMAN
in this county. Our men are making from 973 to tl&O
amontb.elltaK our Household and Stock Kemedlea
and Flavoring Bitraett direct to consumers. Ex
clusive territory. GooJs are furnished on credit. NO
CA8H OUTLAY, rieasant, prontsble, lifelong
portions. No experience necessary wo teach you.
Write for Information. Don't delay. Incorporated.
THE S. D. CONFER MEDICAL COMPANY,
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