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About The Alliance herald. (Alliance, Box Butte County, Neb.) 1902-1922 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 18, 1903)
The Pope's American Cousin.
Hov, Don Lulgi Sartorl, pastor of
Bt. Joseph's church, Midland, Mil., a
cousin of Popo Plus X, will sail for
Homo next month to pay his rospects
to tho new pontiff. The popo and the
American parish priest are descend
ants of tho samo grandfather, tho par
ents of the Midland pastor having add
cd tho "rl" to their name, according
to tho custom of the Venetian prov
ince In which they lived. There is a
striking physical resemblance be
tween Pope Plus X nnd Father Sar
tori. They are well acquainted.
It is the purest, cleanest starch made.
It is free of injurious chemicals.
It can be used where ordinarily you would be afraid
to use starch of any kind.
That's Defiance. Your grocer sells it
THE DEFIANCE STARCH CO.,
W. L. DOUGLAS
$3.i&s3 SHOES ffi!
Yon can gavo from $3 to S5 yearly by
wearing W. L, Douglas $3.60 or $3 shoes.
Xncy equal tlioso
that liavo been cost
ing you from S4.00
to 55.00. Tho ira
monso salo of W. L.
Douglas shoes proves
their superiority over
all othor makes.
Sold by retail shoo
Look for nanio aud
prlco on bottom.
That Douglas nin Cor
value In DourUh alioei.
Corona la thn hlirh.if
uur wit t age Line cannot be equalled at any price.
imiom ny mail, 85 rrnta extra. Illuatraled
Catalog free, W. h. DOl'UULS, Urockton, Jla.
We mako all kinds of tanks. Red Cypress or
White Pine. Write us (or prices and save middle
WOODEN PACKAGE MFG. CO.
FREE TO WOMEN!
To prove tho healing and
cleansing power of l'axtlne
Toilet Antlaeptto ire will
mail n largo trial packaco
with book or Instructions
absolutely free. This is not
a tiny sample, but a large
package, enough to con
vince anyone ot its value.
Women all over tho country
are praising l'axtlne for what
it has done in local treat
ment of female Ills, curlnt?
til Inflammation and discharges, wonderful a a
rlcansing vagini.l douche, for soro throat, nasal
catarrh, as a mouth wash and to removo tartar
and whiten the weth, Send today; a postal card
dijU. lnrfffi buz. Hntlafaotloa surunt-cU.
TUB 11. J'AXTON CO., ltoston, Mast.
214 Columbus Am.
TO FARMERS ONLY
We furnish 10 cows with every quarter section ot
land bought ot us. You par for them out ot their
cream. We apply the crop payment plan to stock.
We are looking for men who want to own their
homes, We can and
WILL HELP YOU START RIGHT.
If you want a farm or ranch In the "Garden of Pros
perlty"send for our free list and descriptive folder.
WHITNEY & WHEELOCK,
23 Broadway. Forgo, N. D.
2 91(1 ftPRF HED RIVER VALLEY NORTH
,0U nUriC DAKOTA FARM, four rullei
frwn mala line of Nurthern l'aclnc. All under
cultivation but 800 acres, aiu acres ffnoed. IUrlne
runs through paiture. Illch black loam soil over
clay subsoil Elejtantnew huuto, co.t J,lu, other
buildings fair. Arulaa well. lteim fur elltng.
made enouKh money outof Uiltfarm tolaet the rent
of natural life, l'rfcr, peraer.$24.W. Tertnavery
tasy. F. V. L1SC0LN, FARGO, MOUTH DAKOTA.
CHAMPION TRUSS easy to wear.
Alt' Your I'tirriclan't A4vU.e. 1IOOKLKT HlhK.
Philadelphia Trusa Co., 610 Locust St., P hlla., Pa.
When Answering Advertisements
Kindly Mention This Paper.
W. N. U.., Omaha.
LUKtS WHLKh ALL LLSLr IAL5.
Best Cough Syrup, Tutea Oood. Cm
in lime, noia dt arutriritia.
V' I W Tlrf gWM T Irrfta J ll
A Great Map of Prance.
A complete, minute nnd "exact map
tof tho twholo of 'Franco iwas com
pleted over hnlf n century ago, aftor
thirty-five years of Incessant labor and
at an oxponso of over 10,000.000
francs, or $2,000,000. It was executed
by officers of tho general staff nnd
tho engineers of the army. It is tho
grandest work of tho kind ever under
taken by any country In tho world.
Difficulty In securing a Jury Isn't al
ways a sign of decreasing stupidity In
a given locality.
H I Mill
Caterpillar Causes BIIndne6s. '
E. A. Wood of Bristol, Vt., crushed
.a caterpillar on his arm about a year,
ago, causing a sore that has affected
his eyes and It is now feared that be
will lose his sight
EfJTC pTroanentiyri Krontiomerronmossattef
r t J O rirt day'n ue ot Dr Kune'a (treat N'erre Reftois
rr. Bond for VIUCK 03.00 trial bottle and treallroj
Dtt.Il.ll Klikk. Ltd.. Ml Arch Street. Philadelphia.
Aggregated Many Years.
A somewhat noteworthy gathering
took place recently at tho homo of!
airs. Helen L. Russell in Wilton, N.'i
H. Including tho three inmates of tho!
home tho party numbered twelve. With
no design at all as to ages a birthday!
book was calculated. The dates sur-'
prised us into a little calculation which
revealed tho fact that tho aggregato
age was 898 years.
PUTNAM FADELESS DYES color
more goods, per package, than others.
For One Flea, $5,000.
Five thousand dollars Is n big prlco
to offer for one flea, but this Is tho
amount positively offered by tho Hon.
Charles Rothschild of England for ono
of those bothersome Insects. Mr.'
Rothschild needs a polar flea to com
plete his collection of these insects,
and the $5,000 will be paid over to
tho person who brings him a flea from
tho back of the Arctic fox. The flea,
of the Arctic fox is to flea fanciers
what the egg of the grea auk Is to the
collectors of birds' eggs. Mr. Roths
child has fitted out a whaler, which'
Is now In tho far north, to look for
this flea among othor Arctic curiosl
tics. DO TODlt CLOTHES COOK YEIXOWr
If bo, unolted Cross Ball Blue. It will mako
them white as snow. 2 oz. package 5 cents
Profanity is tho Jim-jams of lan
guage. When a woman mnrles a man for his
pocketbook she need not hope to find
his heart in it.
No chromos or cheap premiums,
hut a better quality and one-third
more of Defiance Starch for tho samo
price of other starches.
Life without hopo Is like a house
without a roof.
la no hindrance to the
rider who wears
Man or saddle can not gat wet.
For oil kinds of work.
ivooic ror iraue-marK.
1 f not at dealers, write
East taabridf., Xatt.
Suul-blludcrt sufferers who have not!
heard of the cillcacy of
should know that this reliable Salvo is
in constant demand wherever tho com.
plaint Is prevalent.
2v u- ..
i General Nebraska News.
NEWSY STATE BRIEFS.
Tho Groat Western Is now. running
regular trains out of Omaha.
Little flvo-yoar-old Esther, daughtor
or Fred Grimm, a farmer living flvo
miles east ot Norfolk, was horribly cut
In a mowing machine.
At St. Edward Elmer Russell was ar
raigned before the county Judgo on the
chnrgo of Incest nnd wns bound over
to tho district court In tho sum of $2,
000. Mrs. Li. F. Dunn, wife of L. F. Dunn,
mannger of the Florenco Lumber and
Coal company, who was severely burn
ed two weeks ago, died from her in
juries. During a rain storm tho grocery
storo 6f Jomes G. Stokes of McCook
was struck by lightnjng and both
building and contents wore practically
Ed Crossmnn, who resides near Ina
vale, wns brought to Red Cloud and
arraigned before tho board of Insanity.
Mb condition Is very serious and ho
was to Lincoln.
Tho engineers and firemen of tho en
tire Burlington system have been vol
untarily granted an ndvance of from
5 to 10 and evqn 15 per cent in wages.
Tho new schcdulo becamo effectlvo
Mr. William Drusker, ono of tho
leading merchants of Beemcr, broke
one of his legs. Ho was out on tho
farm of G. Karlen and in scuffling
with a friend made n mls-Btep and in
some way caused the break.
At the farm of Wm. Reynolds, in
Hall county, fire destroyed the thresh
ing machine of J. A. Ross, a small
grain crop of Mr. Reynolds, amounting
to over $1,000, besides a now granary
just recently erected. Mr. Reyonlds
carried ?300 Insurance on the grain.
Tho village of Shelton has voted
$12,1500 In bonds for tho erection nnd
maintenance of a waterwroks system.
The bonds carried by over two to ono
and as soon ns tho usual formalities
are gone through with the enterpris
ing town will have a water works sys-
Tho farm house of Morris Norrls,
three miles northwest of Stella, burn
ed to the ground. Tho family were
awakened by tho smoke nnd at that
time tho house was so far gono that
they were barely able to get their
clothes and woro unable to save any
of tho household goods.
Mrs. John Pollock of Beatrice under
went an operation for the amputation
of the left leg, about five Inches above
the ankle. She junp?d from a buggy
about a w,eck ago and broke the bones
In a number of places, but walked
about twenty feet before she realized
how serious was the Injury.
P. A. Wylle of Falls City was seri
ously Injured a few days ago. He was
hauling a wagonload of freight, riding
on top of the load, in some manner
ho lost his balance and fell to the
ground, lighting on his head. He was
picked up in an unconscious coudltlon
and his recovery Is doubtful.
Al. Peterson, a young blacksmith,
has been arrested charged with the
theft of a diamond ring from a call
box In the postofilco at Randolph. The
ring had been plnced In a small pack
age and sent by mall, but Its non-delivery
led to an Investigation, that lo
cated the ring In a local jewelry store,
where It had been left by Peterson for
Some ono broke Into tho general
merchandise storo at Edholm, in Saun
ders county, and stole goods of the
value of $76 and about $10 worth ot
postage stamps. Sheriff West was no
tified and upon Investigation conclud
ed that tho thief or thieves had gono
In the direction of Schuyler, but fail
ed to locate them.
Alax Gibson, who was injured by
the falling of a large bridge near Ne
braska City the 15th ot last month,
has filed a claim with the county for
$2,500 damages and has given notice
that unless it Is paid within twenty
days that he will file suit against the
county. He fell some fifty feet with
the bridge and suffered three ribs brok
en and other Injuries.
Michael Morrl3 and Joseph Keller
have filed damage cases In the district
court of Nuckolls county praying for
judgments against Henry Gilsdorf, A.
H. Bowman. Dr. J. Barrett, I. J. Riley
and others In the sum of $30,000 each.
They allege that the defendants testi
fied falsely in the celebrated arson
cases, tho trials of which consumed
over twenty days last winter.
The membors of the Congregational
church of York, who have beon with
out a pastor for the last thirty days
and who have had In view several pas
tors, hud a mooting and decldod to in
vite Rev. W. H. Medlar of Alexnndor,
Minn., to come and look over the field.
There never was a finer and better
stand of corn In York county than
now. Some of the corn was late, due
lo the heavy rains In the spring, and
If there is an early frost It will be
caught. The rainfall during tho
month of August was about six inches.
MEN LOSING THEIR JOBS.
Male Teachers In Nebraska Growing
LINCOLN.Tho lncrenso In the
percentage of womon who nro enter
ing tho profession of teaching nnd
tho decrease in tho number of men
Is such ns to oxclto consldornblo com
ment from Superintendent Fowler,
who hns Just returned to Lincoln nfter
having traveled pretty much all over
tho state. Ho says tho rapidity of tho
Increase of females ns teachers and
tho cqunl rapidity of decrcaso In malo
teachers Is becoming nstonlshlng.
Last year tho ratio of men to women
was about 18 per cent. This year
It Is figured from returns coming Into
tho office thnt It will not bo over iG
At tho samo tltno thoro Is an In
crease In tho number of women who
arc becoming candidates for tho posi
tion of county superintendent. Six
teen out of tho ninety superintendents
last year wero women, while this year
thero will bo a much larger number.
Tho snmo conditions nro found in
tho Institutes and normnl schools. In
some of them this year thoro word
very few men, whllo in others thord
were no men nt all.
It appears, tho superintendent said,
that teaching is becoming mora and
moro tho provlnco of women. Tho
reason for this is believed to bo tho
fact that, men aro finding employment
which pays much better elsewhere
and they do not caro to compoto In
tho teaching profession.
CIRCUS MAN WEDS HEIRESS.
Young Nebraskan Effects Rescue and
Wins a Bride.
BINGHAM PTON, N. Y. Arthur L.
Roberts of Ilollnnd, Lancaster county,
Neb., a cowboy with Main's clrcusi
and Miss Ethel Gould, an heiress and
society leader were married at the
bride's homo In Cortland county. Tho
wedding Is tho result of nn heroic
rescue on tho part of tho groom.
While Mnln's circus was exhibiting In
this section Miss Gould, seated In n
landeau, was watching tho parade,
when tho horse, took fright at an ap
proaching elephant, and becoming un
controllable dashed madly toward a
Roberts wna in tho parade, mounted
on a mustang, with n lariat at his
saddle. Quick as thought ho pursued
and lassoed tho frightened steed
rounding him up without any Injury to
Miss Gould. It was a caso of lovo at
first sight and tho wedding followed.
Sarpy County Mortgages.
PAPILLION. Tha following Is a
list of mortgages filed and released In
Sarpy county for tho month of Aug
ust, 1903: Farm mortgages filed,
$1G,900; released, $17,775. Town
mortgages filed, $2,02.1; released,
$1,025. Chattel mortgages filed, $5,
331.00; released. $2,C95.
Nebraska Woman Killed by Engine.
OAKLAND. Mrs. Fredorlck Hill
man, a native of Germany, 72 years
old, was struck by a local train and
Instantly killed. Mrs. HUIman, ac
companied by her husband, was on
her vay from Nebraska to Southern
Engineers' Report This Month.
FREMONT. L. D. RlohardB has
Just received a letter from tho Kelly
Engineering company of Now York,
stating that work is progressing sat
isfactorily, ,but slowly, on the plans;
surveys and estimates of tho survey
recently completed of tho Fremont
cannl route, and that it will bo com
pleted and submitted to tho determin
ing board tho latter part of this month
or tho first of next. They will ro
quire several weeks to act.
Settlers Will Fight Suit.
LINCOLN.Tho state will soon bo
Involved In a law suit affecting the
ownership of some 2,700 acres of tha
best land in Boyd county and with a
rontal value amounting to between
$3,000 nnd $4,000. .At a meeting of
the board of education, lands and
funds a resolution was adopted au
thorizing tho commissioner of public
lands and buildings to take steps to
fight an Injunction- secured August
14 by tho holders of this land pro
venting the board from leaving it.
Will Sue for Libel.
NELSON. J. S. Machem, a farmot
living about three miles from this
place, haB omployod R. D. Sutherland
to bring an action for criminal libel
against such payors as have published
a story to tho offect that he .had
eloped with tho daughtor of a uolgh
bor. He says that ho has not beon
from homo nt all oxcopt a day here
and there helping his neighbors In
thrashing and hay-making.
The hnlr nnd heard of Wnltor Craig
of Cadlr... O., who la 35 yoars of ago,
nnd which has bson criawy white sev
eral years, la rapidly turning blnok
Europe's Useless Citizens.
Enropo hns fourteen princes over
Bovonly years old, and flvo ovor
Tnlk Is snld to bo cheap; yot some
peoplo lndulgo in extravagant re
marks. Beware of Ointments for Catarrh
that Contains Mercury.
m mercury will surely dentroy tho ronie of smell and
comrleteli' derange the wtiolo system whr u entering
it through tho mucous surfaces. Such articles
should never lo used except on preti-rtptlous trom
reputable physicians, as ttio damage trier will do Is
ten fold to the Rood you can poiilhly derive from
them. Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured hy F J,
Cheney A Co., Toledo, O . contnlns tio mercury, and
U taken Internally, acting directly upon the liloml
and mucous surfai.es of the system. In tiuytnsc Hall's
Catarrh Cure lie sure you act the genuine. Hit
taken Internally and tnsdo In Tolodo, Ohio, liy Y, J.
Cheney & Co. Teitlinnntnln free.
Sold liy DruirRlsts. l'rlco T.Vi per botllo
Hall's Faintly 1'IIH are the best.
Tho Old Knox Mansion.
Attorney Gencrnl Knox, the Pitts
burg member of President Roosevelt's
official family, virtually becomes a
resident of Philadelphia by acquiring
tho Mntthown mansion, nt Valley
Forgo, where Lafnyotto had Ills heart?
quarters with Washington during tho
rovolutlon. His ancestor, General
Knox, lived thoro, with his bravo wlfo
during thoso troublous days, nnd It
hns long been tho attorney gonornl's
tleslro to got possession of tho old
placo and restore it as nearly as pos
sible to tho conditions of old days.
Ho gave about $100,000 for tho es
tate, which Includes 2CC acres.
San Francisco, October 20-23, 1903.
Tho Santa Fo offers for tho nbovo
named occasion rates bo low as to
mako tho trip posslblo for everybody,
TIckot limits aro amplo, and full pro
vision has been made for Inexpensive
sldo rides. Tho rates aro open to nil,
whether delegates or not. For full
particulars juUrcss Geo. T. NlcholBon,
p- T- M- aHkFa Ry Chicago.
Hcart-scfrSjfPkig Is n good euro for
tho habit of censuring
GREATLY REDUCED RATES
Home Visitors' Excursion to points
In Indlann, Ohio and Kentucky, sold
Sept. 1st, 8th, 15th nnd Oct Cth, at
very low into, long limit returning.
Baltimore, Mil., and return sold Sept!
17th, 18th and 19th.
Llttlo Rock, Ark., nnd roturn sold
Oct. 2nd, 3rd nnd 4th.
Detroit, Mich., nnd roturn sold Oct.
14th, 15th, 16th and 17th.
HomCBeekeTs' Excursion to many
poIntB South and Southeast, ono way
and round trip tickets Bold tho first
nnd third Tuesdays of each month.
Tho Wabash Is tho only lino pass
ing tho World's Fair Grounds, giving
all a view of the buildings and
grounds. Through connections. No
bus transfer this route. Elegant
equipment consisting of sleepers,
FREE reclining chair cars and high
back coaches, on all trains.
Ask your ngent to routo you via
tho Wabash. For rates, foldors and
all Information, call at Wabash City
office, 1601 Farnam street or address
HARRY E. MOORES,
Goil. Agt. Pass. Dept.,
Many a man who talks well In pub
Mo goes homo and starts a rough
A vain woman Ib to bo feared, for
sho will sacrifice all to her pride.
Mrs. IVlnaloir-a noothtnr; flyrop.
For children teething, softens the gums, reduces to
lammatlon, allays pain, cures wicd colic. 23o a bottle.
Tho gods honor her who thlnketh
long beforo opening her lips.
Many aro called, but few llko to get
up, especially It it is a cold morning.
81.00 BIG BOO-FOtTND STEEL
It you can use the best big 600-pound ntcel
range made In the worUS. and are williutr to navo
It placed in your own tiomo 00 tbroo mouths' Ireo
trfal. Just cut this notice out and send to Ska us,
Koeucck & Co.. Chicago, and you will rcoelvo
free by return mall a big picture Of the steel
range and many other cooking aud heating
stoves, you will also receive the most woDder
ful II. 00 steel range oiler, an otter that places
tho best steel range or heating stove in the
home ot any family, such on offer that no family
In the land, do matter what their circumstances
may be, or how small their Income, need bo
without the best cooking or heating stove made.
Food ana Energy.
A London newspapor has published
statistics to show that people with
largo appetites becomo the chief na
tions of tho world, and that tho nature
of the food eaten has a striking rela
tion to national character. Thus,
comparing tho ilally expcdlturo per
head on food with tho exports of a
country, it Is found that tho people
eating tho most work tho most. The
following table shows tho result of in
vestigation along this line. Tho first
column of figures ropresents the ex
penso of food per head per day It!
cents, anil the second column tho an
nual exports of tho countries named:
United States 58 $1,495,000,000
Great Britain 40 1,400,000,000
Germany 42 1,105,000,000
Franco 38 830,000,000
Italy 18 270,000,000
Clear whlto clothes are a sign that the
housekeeper uses Red Cross Ball Blue.
Largo 13 oz. package, 0 cents.
Tq fruits of tho saloon go back to
its voots in tho citizen.
Kind words are novor lost unless a
woman puts them In a letter nnd gives
it to hor husband to mail.
TUo's Cure cannot oe too highly spoken of as
f. cough cure. J. W. O liKieif, 823 Third Are.,
N., Minneapolis. Minn., Jan. S. 1WO.
Doubtless tho angols smile when
they seo a Dshormnn with a $25 outfit
yanking a two-inch sucker from tho
.t isn't always common sense that
counts; sometimes it's the uncommon
King Edward'o Coffeo Maker.
Wherever King Ertwnrd goes nowa
days ho Is accompanied by his own
coffeo mnkor, an Egyptian named
Emln Abraham who servos hla ro
tund majosly with the frngrnnt bov
orngo In small cups. Tho attendant,
of course, nppearB In all tho glory of
Orlontal costumo. Favored friends
hnvo been privileged to tnoto tho care
fully prepared brow, but none of them
haB gono Into rnpturcs ovor tho inky
looking fluid of which his majesty bar
becomo so fond of late.
Always look on tho bright side. V
To tho housowlfo who has not yot
t)9o8m Koqualntod with th now
things of ovoryday uso In tho raarkot
and who is reasonably satisfied with,
tho old, wo would suggest that a trial
of Doflanco Cold Water Starch bo
ruado nt once. Not alono because it
Is guaranteed by tho manufacturers
to bo superior to any other brand,
but because each 10c packagA con
tains 1C ozs., whilo all tho other kinds
contain but 12 ozs. It Is Bnfo to Bay!
that tho lady who onco uses DoflanceJ
Starch will uso 1:0 other. Quality
and quantity must win.
It la usually tho idiot who rocks tho
bont that lives to rogret It.
MoBt of tho things that scorn too
good to bo truo aro not.
Fought With Eagle.
James Ogle, n farmer nt. Nashville,
Intl., had n fight with an eaglo recent
ly, which enmo near proving scriousj
Ho was working with his two sons'
when ho heard somo of his. lambsj
bicntlng. Ho wont to investigate, nnd
ns ho was climbing a fonco n largo
eaglo flew nt him. struck htm on tnc
head and chest with its wings nndJ
knocked him down. It then flow away
nnd Ogle went for a gun nnd then to
his Inmbs. Ho found thnt two had'
been killed, nnd whllo ha v;ao looking1
at them tho cnglo came bnck nnd at
tacked him tho second time. Ho fired
several shots at It, and it flew away
Fortune In Old Clock.
An nrtlsan of Munich has bocomo n
rich man oy tno salo of nn old clock
which hail bm In tho possession oC
hlo family for a number of genera
tions. Ono day a stranger nppenred
at his house and ottered him $25 for
tho clock. This sudden offer nrousod
tho nrtlBan's suspicions, which wero
Increased when nnother stranger turn
ed up on tho following day and of
forcd $250 lor tho timepiece. Ho took
it, to a denlor, and nscertnlnod that It
wns a genuine "Peter Henlo," worth
noarly $25,000. Ho promptly sold It
for that amount. Ho has hitherto
beon In receipt of a weekly wago of
A Boy'a 'vlcto.y.
Croasroads, Tonn., Sept. 14th. Or
bra Young, tho ton-year-old oon of Les
ter Young of this placo, la a bright
boy, nnd ono who is very well liked
by all who know him.
For somo years Orbra has Buffered a
great deal with a form of Kidney Trou
ble which wns very annoying, nnd
which mado him miscrablo all tho
time. Ho had to get up threo or four
times over night, almost all hid llfo.
His father heard of a remedy called
Dodd's Kidney Pills, and bought somo
for tho llttlo fellow with tho result
that ho 1b now completely cured of
tho old trouble Ho says:
"Dodd's Kidney Pills Boon gavo mo
great relief, and now I can sleep all
night without having to get up. Wo
will always pralco Dodd's Kidney
Thero nr9 many children suffering
from Kidney nnd Urinary troubles.
Theso disorders should bo promptly
corrected. Dodd's Kidney Pills Is a
safe and sure remedy for all such de
rangements. Master Orbra Young conquered his
troubles and mado a well boy of him
self by using Dodd's Kldnoy Pills, and
any one may do tho same by tho samo
Parents should seo to it that thoir
children aro given a fair chanco la
lifo, and thero is nothing that can
undormino the health of a growing
Child as much as Kidney and Urinary
Wise girls seo that their powder la
dry before 'they go gunning for hus
bands. A haughty woman stumbles, for sbo
cannot see what may bo In her way.
HAS BEEN ADVERTISED
AND SOLD FOR A
M s rt. I .
It 11 nade of the but
'natcrtalj. in black orjBow.
fully mi&rantecd. and sold by
rciiuilc dealer everywhere
STICK TO THE
SIGN OF THE FISH.
TOWEft CANADIAN eO.l-u.xti A J TOWER CO,
For 63 years the Dentifrice of
Quality. Absolutely Noa-Acld
No Wasfe. Ho Grll .
New Patent Top Can 208
LEWIS? SINGLE BINDER,
5! Cigar better Quality thin most lot Clfcars
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