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About The Alliance herald. (Alliance, Box Butte County, Neb.) 1902-1922 | View Entire Issue (March 16, 1905)
HAD TO GIVE tUP.
Suffered Agonle from Kidney Disor
ders Until Cured by Doah's
, Kidney Pills.
flporgo W Kmon. of 1953 North
11th St.. I'hlln
dolphin. Pa., n
mnn of good rep
u t a 1 1 o n and
"Flvo yearn ago I
wns suffering so
with my back and
kidneys that t
often had to lay
oft Tho kidney
ununUiral, m '
legs nud stomach wore hwoIIcii, and
I .had no appetite. When doctors
faricd to holp mo I began using Doan'a
Kidney Pills and Improved until my
back was Btrong and my appctlto re--turned.
During the four years since
1 stopped using them I hnvo enjoyed
exeullcnt health. Tho euro was per
manent," (Signed) Cleorgo W. Ration.
A TRIAL FUKK Address Foster
Mllbiirn Co., lluffalo, N. Y. For snla
by a!l dealers. Price, 50 cotila.
Owns Costly Book,
The Duko of Devonshire, possoses,
ns an heirloom. Claude Lorraine's
"Rook or Truth," which Is mild to he
oiio ot tho rarest and most valuable
volumes In Ktiropp. It Is worth six
time as much as the. "Mazarln"
Jilble, the most costly book that tho
llrltlsh Museum can boast, Tho former
Duke reHised nn oner of $ 100,000 for
My little sister Marlon, when fdur
years old, was feeding sqme greedy
Oiena In tho back yard one day al
.noon. She was called to dinner, mid,
on taking her chair at tho table, ex
claimed: "Oh, mamma, I'm as hungry
as a chicken with a hundred tongues."
Comments on the Wildcat.
A wildcat was caught In n trap In
RoHhlrc. Scotland, recently, and 1b
In bo cnrerully stuffed and preserved.
Tho Westminster Gazette says n wild
cat s "beautifully remarked," nnd
.mills thai "It Is moro dangerous for
game or man than tho fox."
Duck Is Natural Surgeon.
A hunter who lives at Kustrln, Ger
many, Bhot and wounded a wild duck,
When ho canio across It, after a long
search, he found that It had tried to
etuy the tlow of blood under tho wing
by stufllng in a number of grass
blades. Sermon on Cleanliness.
Onco a year tho archbishop of Tuain
yreaches a sermon on health and
cleanliness. Tho national board ot
the Catholic Truth society of Ireland
lias issued a sanitary sermon as n
pamphlet which sells at a penny,
Greatest Slaughter of Officers.
Tho greatest proportionate loss of
officers to men in any battle was at
tho enpturo of tho Redan, In tho Cri
mea, where three officers were lost to
every twenty-two men.
Apples In China.
Apples, In central China, aro soft,
.lack flavor, and have no keeping qual
ities. Imported American varieties aro
-doing comparatively well, but soon
Jlose their best qualities.
If you can't attend tho heavenly
feast because you'vo got a now yoke
ot oxen, tako the oxen along for tho
feast. E. G, Holden in "Tho Sunday
Yeu may havo observed that certain
veoplo who believe In saying only
'Komo aro said to bo lucky becauso
tthey havo good senBc.
Thero is no stage of Hfo in which
we nre safo; tho young aro lmpetu
ou8, tho middle-aged stubborn, tho old
weak all dangerous. Bishop Hall.
Every great man is always bolng
helped by everybody, for his gift Is
to get good out ot all things and nil
Wo havo all heard of wolves In
sheep's clothing, but tho wolf at tho
door generally comes disguised as a
When a woman talks a great deal
about a certain man sho wants others
to think that It Is purely a case of ac
cident. The very art of life, so far ns I havo
been able to observe, consists In forth
tud and perseverance. Walter Scott.
Defiance Starch Is put up 1C ounces
In a package, 10 cents. One-third more
Bttnch for the same money.
Probably the undertaker looks sol
emn at a funeral becauso he Is afraid
he will not get his money.
I do not bellare PIso's Cure for Consumption
bas an equal for coughs and cold. Joay V.
UortH, Trinity Springs, Incl., Feb. 15, UXU
There would be no debtors if prom
ises wero legal tenders.
SPINAL CURVATURE Can be Cured
AISO OTHCn DCrORMITIC.
Write or call t office fur free tnfortua
tiou. HUhett testimonials fiora prom
injitsutesiueu,audpli)sli ians, Coir
uiiourramuy Doctor, ro mares or
ipplianccsusetl. Treated sucresitullj
tjr maiL SU Tears' einrrieiv e.
I he Blommlit fivmilitlc & Orihatvrflr tut.
ClftlCBilMZ, M90H.0ll.riD, CITltl.OO.M.
(TO II AnllNCTON alK.. OMAHA. NtB,
ilLMWUVCrfiAR ALWAYS ".AB L
tour jubtwr ur airett irom factor, l'orl, 1U.
Warsaw a Milk Twn.
The town of Warsaw moy be called
the milk producers' 12d?n. although
tho milk consumers' Kden It certilnly
Is not. There Is probably nowhere
such u "milk town" ni this. Restau
mnts arc little frequented. On the
other hand, tho public frequent the
various diaries In great numbers In
order to chat with fi lends or read the
newspapers; to tho nccoinpanlmcnt of
n black or white coffeo or a glass of
cold or warm nilllt.
Sandy McNuti was boastful of his
nncostors and of tho noblo connec
tions of his family. A tourist who was
spending week in the' village where
Sandy lived met that Individual driv
ing a pig. "Hullo, Sandy." said the
visitor. "Is this one of your noblo re
lations?" "Na. na. sir." was Sandy's
roply. "Sho's no relation at all, she's
shust on acquaintance like yorsel'."
Lives of Men and Women.
No mnn, even the moat wretched,
would change with any woman, even
the most fortunate. And this Is not
an Illusion. He H Instinctively right.
Ho gets more out ot life. Ho knows
this, nnd It helps him to hear much
without complaint. Referee.
Found at Last.
Alston, Mich.. March 13th. (Spe
cial.) After suffering for twenty
years from Rheumatism and Kidney
Troubles, and spending a fortuno In
doctors and medicines that brought
him no reller, Mr. James Cttlet of this
place has found a complete cure for
all his aches, pains and weakness, In
Dodd's Kidney Pills.
Naturally Mr. Culet feels much elat
ed over his euro and gives great
credltito tho remedy that gave him
"Yes," Mr. Culet says, "my rheuma
tism and Kidney Troubles aro all
gono and I feel Rko a new man.
Dodd's Kidney Pills did It. Before I
used them 1 spent a small fortune
on doctors and one remedy and anoth
er. I cheerfully recommend Dodd's
Kidney Pills to anyone suffering from
Rheumatism or Kidney Trouble." '
Dodd's Kidney Pills always euro
sick kidneys. Healthy kidneys take
all tho uric acid tho cause of Rheu
mutism dut of the blood. That's why
Dodd's Kidney Pills always cure
Tho first robin will arrive foolishly
early, but he would have to wear furs
and gum boots to get hero ahead of
the tlrst spring bonnet.
COMMISSIONER GARFIELD'S RE
PORT ON BEEF INDUSTRY.
The rejiort of Commissioner Oar
field on the beef Industry has ut last
been published. It must bu some
what of a surprise to those who have
been indulging In wholesale adverse
criticism upon the methods ot the
Chicago packers, as It dischues facta
and ttgures which clearly show that
the great food producers have been
lnnoconl of the serious offenses with
which they have been charged. They
have been for a long time accused by
newspupers all over the country of
extortionate prlt.es demanded, and ob
tained, of depression of values of cat
tle at tho various stockyards where
their business Is conducted, of enor
mous profits wholly disproportionate
to the capital employed, and, in gen
eral, of so carrying on their business
that tho public, under an organized
system of spoliation, were being
robbed for their e,xcliibtve benefit.
Wo find now, how'ever, tliat not a
single one of these charges has been
sustained but, on the contrary, that
rigid and searching Investigation, of
ficially made, has resulted In com
Instead of extortion it is shown that
no Industry can be found where so
narrow a margin of prollt prevails
tho actual records and uiiglnal civ
tries, to which the commissioner had
free access, showing that the high- ,
est net prollt any of tho packers
made on their sales of beef was two
and three-tenths per cent in 100 aud
In one instance that the prollt realized
in 1901 was ono und eight-tenths pet
Tho variations In tho market prices
for cattle tiro exhaustively treated
and no ovldcnco of any kind was dis
covered, or even hinted at, tending tc
show that values of cattle are In the
slightest degree Improperly affected
or controlled by packers at any ol
the chief centers of the industry.
On tho whole, tho report completely
dissipates the prevalent Idea that
great fortunes aro being amassed by
lUccal and Improper methods env
ployed by western packers, showing
that notwithstanding the high prices
for beef prevailing in 1902 the bust
ness was less remunerative than Id
years characterized by normal values
both for cattle and product. He sayi
"that the year 1902, Instead of belug
ono of exorbitant profits, as has been
commonly supposed, was less profit'
able than usual. In fact, during tho
months when the prices of beef were
tho highest, some, at least, of the
leading packers were losing money
on every head of cattle slaughtered.
It was not possible to advance the
prices of beef iu full proportion to tha
great advance in the prices of catiU
at that time."
After all that has been written re
flecting upon the great business in
terest engaged in tho marketing and
distribution of the product of one ol
tho greatest ot our national minis
tries, it is gratifying to all fair minded
people that the prejudiced attacks
upon It have failed of verification;
and the great western packers may be
congratulated for having pasped
through buch a searching and thor
ough official Investigation unsmlrched.
Tho results of this Investigation,
based as It Is upon exhaustive data,
officially obtaiued and verified by
United States go eminent experts,
must be accepted without hesitation,
as tho Investigation vas made under
circumstances that guaranteed com
plete accuracy wllh a possible dispo
sition indeed, to arrive at entirely
Blessed is he who puts a line ot
wisdom In a line of type,,
.r -W W Jt
Useful Cutting Device.
A Jiand punch for cutting holci
through leather, cardboard and othei
similar purposes Is almost as much o'
a household implement ns tho ham
mer. hut heretofore tho appllcatlor
of this tool has been limited to a very
great degree by the .net that, tintl'
comparative') recently, oach punch
wns fitted for tho purpose of maklnr
a ho!o of ono size, ro that whore
holes of many sizes were likely to br
called for It was necessary to have
on hnnd a number of punches. Thl
was remedied by making u magnzlm
attachment by which nny onto or eP
different rIzcs could bo obtained.
These tools at the best wero suit
ed only for leather and paper, bu'
there has been recently Introduced
an Improvement by which u variety o'
holes can be made, as far ns rIzc U
concerned, but the Implement ha
also tho faculty of operating with
grcnt easo on sheet metal.
Tho tool is made In two different
sires, with a working range of frorr
one-sixteenth to one-half Inch. The
design of the punch Is such ns to give
an unusually great leverage, aH f
pressure of ono pound, exerted on the
handles gives fourteen pounds at the
point of tho punch, nnd It is this great
leverage that enables It to cut metal
Photography In Colors.
Direct photography In colors on pa
per has been perfected in Germany.
Writing paper free from wood is used
and Is mnde sensitive to the different
colors by being soaked Irt a bath con
slbtlng of a mixture of alcoholic- solu
tions of primrose, Victoria blue, cya
nln, curciimln, nurnmln, and an addi
tion of anothol. Tho bath Is tested b)
exposing n sensitized strip of paper
under n test negative composed of red.
yellow, green nnd blue strips of glass.
Slnco tho light sensitiveness dlmin
Ishes rapidly, exposure Is made at
onco. and under favorable conditions
good results are obtained In flvo miu
utes' exposure. The exposure Is made
under a colored glass transparency or
lantern slide. By modifying tho bath
a picture of flowers may be obtained
directly In the camera. In another
modification of tho process an ordi
nary platinum print Is made, which Is
hen sensltl.ed und exposed under a
colored negative. The light sensitive
ness of the paper depends essentially,
however, on the nature of the libers
of which the paper Is made.
A substitute for tho conventional
toothbrush consists gf a wedge-shaped
device, preferably made of rubber,
or equivalent pliable material, with
faces modeled to effectively reach
those parts of the teeth that are In
accessible to the regulation tooth
brush as ordinarily wielded. Tho In
ventor of this device, a Chicago muu,
declares that his toothcleaner will find
effective entry between the teeth at
tin front und rear, and at the same
tlmo bo adaptable for both the fronts
and tho backs of all tho teeth. The
edges of tho device aro separated
to afford lodging places for the lentl
frlces, nnd tho faces aro so disposed
with referonco to tho handle that It
forms convenient angles for applica
tion to tho dental curvatures. The
general diameter of the appliance is
shown In tho accompanying Illustra
tion. Life-Saving Raft
An unslnkable life-saving raft for
passenger steamships has been in
vented by Robert Chambers of Scot
hind. It Is mado ot wood and consists
of thrc'o longitudinal bulkheads, divid
ing the raft Into four longitudinal com
partments. Tho bulkheads aro also
divided into thirty-two nlr-tlght com
partments. Sea anchor and hawser
prfevent the iaft from drifting leeward
In a heavy sea. The raft occupies
small space and several can be safely
stowed on top of each other on deck,
nnd all can be cut adrift at u mo
ment's notice. Each raft will carry
forty or fifty people, while life lines
will support as many as can hnng on.
Tho raft Is self-adjusting and Is pro
vided with sockets to hold rowlocks
Steam Automobiles on Ralls.
The Hanover railway company Is
muklug trial trips from Hanover to
Soltau with steam automobiles. Tho
third class carriages can tako thirty
.hreo passengers; the second class
ii-.ve seven seats, and thoro are also
en standing places. Thero is no
ocomotlvo for driving those cars, but
machinery In the carriage, which can
oc driven by ono man. If these trial
tnps should prove satisfactory the
scheme will bo tried on a larger
!L-tgagsagi.i i m'i i wi-g'i1 nn in 1 1. in arrirr--
luli SI.Ht Iih- intnr Id low tlly ba-
ifr dinging ..riin wohIiI loon ttieti
r nl r.iri"
'rntn my rvfuctnnt neck, and tier wnrtn
Voulil .'rtmr. vry from mine, that
To ltM n moment rnnrr tlio hlNs tlmt
'ii all or IIk nrt rnivfs tint dflwy sm
Oil. Unppy It Th- j-enr cull nul crn
mm off mv hatk the Imprepft that I
' winuldr. cU'ftr, If you will erPr Mow
low much 1 love you. If sonic fuiiirr
Cou'll fel within your lniirt tile knonl-
rbp wlillo you wiit Ii h i-lillil al rist or
I l.ili MO. ..!
i.ir i wmtiii iikc to
riiiH nullum im
if mini iu-rim j-mr
0OCIETY WOMEN OF AMERICA,
'aim I at Tello of Their Characteristics
"Determination tho kind that over
'ides all feeling nud heait to satisf)
ne Indomitable ambition and has
cached the point whero It Is simply
telflshnosH, that Is the chief charac
teristic of the American society woni
in itK I read It in her palm."
This Is the conclusion of tho myste
rious Pandora, noblewomnn nnd for
tuno teller, who Is now In New York.
"No one could havo a better oppor
'unity than I do to observe tho leaders
if American society," said Pandora.
"In addition to reading their palms 1
come In closo personal contact with
thorn at social events dally.
"And they aro so much alike. Al
ways striving with ono wild pnsston
before their eyes, to bo talked about,
envied; nursing a little fad only to
discard It to tako another equally as
small: now one In tho lead and tho
others following llko sheep, and then
another taking the front and tho re
mainder after her.
"It seemed so strange to me to real-
how they sacrificed all for this one
end. One dny I wns rending some
thing that had been published very
unpleasant to a society woman.
'Don't you hnto to have your roputa
tinn nt lucked llko that?' I said.
' 'Well,' Bin; answered, 'I would
rather have a bad reputation than
none nt all.'
"I told the woman at Newport just
what I found in their hands, nnd when
it was not all they had wished I put It
is plcnsantly as possible, but still
stated the facts. Some of them did
not like It.
"I think Mrs. Mamie Fish did not
enjoy what I said. In fact she took it
it hit hard.
"Mrs. Perry Belmont Is kind and
has a heart that Is so large aud true.
Mrs. Ogden Goelet Is a charming
"I havo had my trials with tho
nouveaux rlche, 1 can ussuro you.
There aro many such, I am sorry to
say. It Is sad to know that there aro
many snobs In this society, but It Is
true. The veneor Is not very thick,
either, and they cannot help but pro
claim themselves In every sort of
Relief of Poverty in England.
In 17C7, Irritated by tho high prices
of provisions, the poor people of Eng
land rose in many parts and seized
the corn from the flour mills, which
they sold at reasonable prices, glvitig
the money to tho rightful owners n
well-conducted riot that caused a law
to bo passed against the eighteenth
century cornering of wheat. But, a
severe winter following, tho distress
became so great that the London com
mon council ordered $5,000 to bo sub
scribed out of tho city funds and that
"a subscription book should be opened
for tho donations of all well-disposed
persona." "By this noblo plan," says
of writer ot that time, "great numbers
ot people wero happily relieved from
tho most abject stato of distress."
Relic of the Spanish Armada.
A huge anchor or extremely autl
qiiated pattern, probably dating back
to the time of the Armada, which had
been hauled up from tho North sea,
wns recently brought into Yarmouth
ly the mission ship Cholmondeley.
Covored all over from Mock to head
with barnacles and live oysters, it pre
sented n singularly fossilized appear
ance. It was fourteen feet long wllh
flukes three feet squaro; the shank
was thirteen feet long and an Immense
wood stock that had formerly beon
flyed to it had completely disappeared.
Tho weight was over two tons and Its
"salvage" will bo of tho utmost benefit
to the fishermen, as It caused enor
mous destruction to their trawling
gear. Loudon Engineer.
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waL I ,J 1 1
Men That Oucoed.
Tho men whom 1 have seen succeed
host In life have always been cheer
ful and hopeful men, who went about '
their business with n smile on their i
faces, and took the changes nnd j
chances of this mortal life like men. '
facing rough and smooth alike ns V
came. Churles Klugslcy.
Swords In Japan.
Although wearing swords has al
most entirely ceased for twenty years
in .Tnpnn, the old esteem and rever
ence for the weapon and Its use still
exist among the gentlemen of the
country, and many of tho nobility
havo at their houses regular estab
lishments for fencing.
Turquoise a Lucky Stone.
Tho Orientals have a proverb, "That
a turqtiolso given by a loving hnnd
carries with It hnpplness and good
fortune"; and another, "That tho tur
quoise pales when tho well-being of
the giver Is In danger." Who, (hen.
would not ho tho possessor of a lucky
What makes the merchant's busi
ness hum what makes his clerks per
spire? Is It duo to drummers bland,
or to messages by wire? Can it be
duo to flno displays or to silly worn
out fads? No; tho business boom Is
mostly duo to his large, attractive
Mexico and tho United States to
gether furnish about 72 per cent of
tho silver output of tho world. Brit
ish India, Straits Settlements and
China tako nearly two-thirds of the
total In a good year.
In tho days of our grandmothers,
tho panacea for ull complexion Ills
was tho application of decoction
made from soaking wild tansy in but
termilk, an extremely innocout and
We live in a world which Is full of
misery and Ignorance, nnd the plain
uiity of each of us Is to make tho lit
tle corner he can Influence somewhat
less Ignorant than it was before he
entered it. Huxley.
The world generally gives Its ad
miration, not to the man who does
whnt nobody else over attempts to do,
but to tho man who does best what
multitudes do well. Lord Macaulay.
There Is one thing will warm up
the man who preaches In nn ice box,
and that is to see people looking for
a more genial climate. Henry F.
Copo in Chicago Tribune.
Tho virtue of a religion does not de
pend on its vagaries.
BY THE THOUGHTFUL.
A Tribute to Weather Conditions
In Western Canada.
During the early portion of Febru
ary, of this year, the middle and
Western States suffered severely with
the Intense cold and winter's storms.
Trains were delayed, cattlo Buffered,
and there was much general hardship.
While this was the case, throughout
Western Canada, now attracting so
much attentlcn, the weather was per
fect. Ono correspondent writes, "We are
enjoying most beautiful weather, the
gentlemen nre going to church with
out top coats, while the ladles require
no heavier outer clothing than that
afforded by light Jackets. In contrast
with this It Is Interesting' to read In a
St Paul paper of 13th February tho
following, In double head lines, and
largo bold-faced type:
"WARM WAVEJ.EAR ARCTIC ZONE'
"CALGARY MUCH WARMER THAN ST. PAUL."
"Balm; Breeits are Blowlno in Narthwettern Canada
While People are Freeiino to Death in Texas
ana Oiher Southern Slates."
WARM IN CANADA;
FREEZING IN TEXAS.
St Paul 24
St. Joseph 10
Fort Worth, Tex Zero
Havre, 'Mont 18
WIMUton, N. D 18
Miles City. Mont 2
Medicine Hat, Can Zero
Calgary, Can 24
Edmonton, Can 20
Leadvllle, Colo 32
During the month of January of this
year the number of settlers who went
to Canada was greater than any pre
vious January. The movement north
ward la Increasing wonderfully.
Tho vacant lands of Western Can
ada aro rapidly filling with an excel
lent class of people. Tho Government
Agents located at different points iu
tho States, whose duty it is to direct
settlers, are busier thau over. They
have arranged for special excursions
during the months of March and
April, and will be pleased to give In- i
tending settlers any desired lnforma- I
We know what wo are but wo
ltnow not where the slip-up may be.
A mJAKANTBKD COKK KOH TILES.
llt-nloK. Hllud. lllfcUlue ur t'r trutllnx l'lle. V. ur
druEflit will refuud irnrntr If I'AO OIS.TMH.Nr
(alii to Curo juj la 6 lo ii dajrs. &0c.
Always; turn off the gas. Otherwise
tho blow may be deadly.
Beauty Is not always shin deep. It
is often painted on tho outside.
Some men have spring .fever twelve
months In the year.
ft Cures. CohK PwiienA. Sore Throat, Croup.
Influenxii. AVuooplntr counli. tfronchltiH nud
Asthma. A certain coroforl'onautnpltoii Inflrsl
ttact-h und n sure relief in mlvam-cilstanpM, Vx
at onco. You will sec tbe etcelient effect nrtci
taking tho tlrst dose Sold liv dealers cerj
whero. Lari-o lott.cS5 cents nnd W i-eiitx.
Aro you satisfied with the appear
ance of your walls? Do they coma
up to your ideas. Are you putting on
coat after coat of sticky, dirty wall
paper, making a sandwich with sour
Alabastine is clean, hygienic
and wholesome and more than that, it
is beautiful. The most artistic effects
can be produced with Alabastine.
The AlaBstink Co. will furnish,
without expenjo to you, color schemes
and harmonies for your rooms. If you
aro building or remodeling, simply
ask for color schemes, giving size,
use and direction of lieht of rooms.
Buy your ALABASTINE
in original packages. Any dec
orator can apply it. or you can put it
on yourself. Simply brush it on. It is
a permanent, durable, wall finish.
Outwears two walls done any other
The best dealers sell It. If your doesn't,
send us jour name and we will see that you
Grand Rapids, Mich. New York Citr
IN THE WOULD
,. MARS THU TOADE HJUK
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riAt m aiACKMvtuar
7 GARMENT AND HAT3
J TOWER CO., BOOTON, MASS,.. U.S1.A,
TQWIW CAWDIrtN CO.. MP.. TORONTO. CANAQA. I
Early In the morning, late at
night, or whenever used, Defiance
Starch will be found always the
same, always the best.
Insist on having it, the most for
Satisfaction or money back
guaranteed. It is manufactured
under the latest improved condi
tions. It is up-to-date. It is the
best. We give no premiums.
We sell 16 ounces of the best
starch made for 10 cents. Other
brands are J 2 ounces for 10 cents
.with a tin whistle.
THE DEFIANCE STARCH CO.,
now a fact.
Gets Vree Homestead In Westsrn Canada, or bur
some of the besiwhtai lauds ua ttie continent, aud
become a producer.
TbeaTeraKe yield of wheat this year will be about
twenty Umbels to the acre. The oat and barley crop
will also yield abundantly. Splendid cltuiale.Bood
schools and churches, excellent lusrketlng facilities.
Apply for Information to Superintendent of Immi
gration, Ottawa, Canada, or to authorised C'auadlaa
(loternment Avent -W. Y. Bennett, 801 icw VorK
Life Vuildlnc, Omaba,ebraka.
Please say where yon taw this advertisement.
i D R .
M cGR E W
For 30 Tear has mads a aneclalir
wa yftrs In Omaha, lila Hums
Treatment h a pennanrnil
cured thouaauds al small cost.
Shto time and money by deserlb
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