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About The Sioux County journal. (Harrison, Nebraska) 1888-1899 | View Entire Issue (March 18, 1897)
(w.ataAcvd I'aou a.
i John Cooper Van Taseell, who died
th other day in Oreensburg, S. Y., t
the ag of 95 years, was the ton of Will
Um 0. Van Tassell, who f tight in the
war of 1812, and the grandson of a Van
Taanel who fought in the revolutionary
Mim Susan B. Anthony was 78 year
old on Fehrur 15,and anion f thoae who
tent her Wtteti of congratulation kit'
Mrs Elixabe'h Cady Stanton, Kichael
Foster Avery, Prof Young and other.
A COUNTERFEITtR "CAUGHT.
I tali' eVaa v
Both of Utah'a enst-ir-'. Cannon and
Kawlint, were liorn in Utah and L'tah i
the youngest a'a'e in the unin. Only
threw? state, west of ihe Misiiip;.i river
a ill have j n u.-li 1 fne senator o i
ilihiu their Inn W.
'Ihe tireaer New Vork, i' is computed
ail! have 4d4 ii i es ( car track wiihn.
i'S li:nl l'ui adelp it ha 4D0, r-','
L m V.'l, B 1 imo.e 'J2-"), Sn Francis-o .
. - ."II T 1.'
231, and lu evil e l. vui ago iiu
5U nil s and t uff tl" a'-o i" GiX).
WOUN BY THE WOMEN
The Police of racn Make
On Monday, the l.'Hi. Harold Msrijiii
aee, of I'ti.'a, N. Y., a arretted in Syra
cuse. -V V.. ou a warrant orn out by
' the lr. Williams' Medicine 'o., charging
fciui with fi.ri.-iTj. On the loth of tv
cemlier llaniuise. visited a pliolo eugrav-
er in Syra u.e. saying h"' ua the repre- f
illative if the lr. William" Medicine
Io.. and arranged f.ir the making of a 1
full set of plans fur the dire lion idicets,
label, etc., nt ihe fain. ins fir. Williams- ,
I'ilik 1'ilU for I'ule 1'e.iple. New of j
his rendu d tiie Imine ultire, and u t'.ti.u
was lost in arranging for hi arret when i
h' nil. mhl return for the piste. He re- i
turned on the loth and was accordingly ;
arrested ami is now in jail ill Syracuse ,
awaiting examination, which occur on j
March . !
This arrest prove to lie an iniortsitit i
one. In B'lilitmn to varum pni"uer, .o u
as medical b.ioki. typewriters. nii!, etc.,
f mud in Mariiiisee' trunk w hen arrest
ei), the piilire also found counterfeit coin
imth ill the trunk and mi his pei-Hon; and
In a aeareh of his apart tir-uin at I ti.-a
f.,m.il u ..Miiilite ,.ui:;i tor liiuiiterleit-
inc. euiisis:iiit of rrm-ihie-. .'-" ! !i k- j
d, lead. Ii:sinu!h, ni.tiimiy. n -tim.l hia. k- ,
aniitli foiite, a eh:iri-.oil fiirnnre. and !
neveral i lai.ter--if t.ari- moulds. 'The j
I'riled Slates mar-liils aui him just m
iKvm as the Ir. Williams' Mede iue Co. I
are through with him. and. no d iiihl, lie
will he seuli'tieed for a ln:.R perio '
In seleetinif Ir. Wilhaiiiri' l'ink I'llls
for hia i-ouulerfeitiiii' o.r:ili..ns. he
howeil his knowledge of the proprietary
medieine liusnns; for these pilis are in
ueh ureal iletnand that Ihi-y are easily
old at tiny driiK store in t!ie I nilid
Utatps. His srlii'tne was to ivotk the
country i!riiKsitH and sell his iuiiiiijioiis
at a ili'sei.iint of from - per rent, to ( r
cent., exphiiiiine the r.dueed price hy ihe
faet that he had pi ked them up in small
lots ami at n l:uuii! f roin .,de I. rs who
were orerst.H ked. Hy workniK fat and
uiakinic Unix jmnp. hi would have se
cured many humlied ot dollars lo ti short
time. The proprietor of Ir Williams'
1'iuk 1'ilis are most fortunate to have
raiik'hl the roKUe In f..re he had fair'y
atarled. and to have thus kept these spu
rious K'xi'l of the market.
The Solemn I'mlerUins of the Nlht.
lienjaiiiiu hhld, the author of "rstH lal
Evolution," writea a study of nature
iu Englaad for the Century, uu-lcr the
title of "A Mldnuuimer Night." Mr.
Slowly the splendid summer night
opens out aa the (trouiid ailll riseM. I ar
away n the north, In the direetnui of
Ixmdim, a soft i pal Iliiht Urux t;-in
the horizon. It Is the fringe of twi
light from the midnight aun clrellni;
helow the horizon, thought It la atill
more than two hours'to auiiriHe. The
nioou hua almost reaaed to Hhiue, but
the planets iiura more brightly ns the
light wfiuea, and a dm-jier huh gtfii.B to
fall upon the darkening lund'Hl'.
Hark1. In the still night air at this
altitude the ear catches now for the
firtst time a a Icmn undertone of the
night It Is like the subdued echo of
the surf, but from u ahore ho distant
that the sound N here only the gent lent
kUIi In the tin. the iar strains after
It w hen at time It deems to melt back
ng.-iln into the kII -tiee. The ground here
Is the watershed between two rivers,
the northern Than. rid and the c.-i.stern
Midviay. It I been raining heavily
luring the paM week; every little rill
1h full, and the river In the vnlh y be
low Is still iu ;l ,oil. It is the faint sound
of tie- pla.'di ::;nl fall of many waters
which reaches here in the Htillnes.
1 his In that voice which, once heard at
night on the open hills or moors, In
never for'otttii; that sound which,
more than nny other in: !il ii- to human
ear, sujrgests the Inrttiite
The sound i reams tht.t swift or iilow
Drawn d inu Aeonian hiils, and sow
The dust of '.-ouliueuta to he
m nut. in the lirui'1
cay liec ins. a numl i-t
to take off their b y
Marseilles ii io
theatre the other
of women refused
A IIIt (Jrass heed t' ler.
John A Salzer Seed Co l.a Crosse,
Wis., the laites, rass. l.ni r mid farm
seed isoivers in Amerna, re. eiitly receiv
ed an ordei for tweiitj-hve thnii-atid
(xiunds didi ieiit kinds of elovi t, ten ::;o.i
ssnd iioiitids Sal.er's Superior Timothy
Heed and ten thousand pounds of li(Te;vnt
binds of grasses from a large Molilalia
sto k raiser Salter's seeds grow urn
produce, and it pays to sow them.
Most men teel more at home wlno
their wives aren't.
No-io-ltnu fur Fifty Corns.
Ovr -lOo.o.io c ;n-il. Vli i l )! ,N. I
reg il:iUi .( remote jour it-oe I ! l!i.
Nice. Iie.ii . n.Bke-lio-dth .iiei in ui.nuii
gunr.iiiuel ,' .".i t ..i.d sll iliiiii.'et .
Some pirls can never
feel in (rocs ..ions.
Jnrr irf lis- hnt 4 Ctu ft. candr rsihsnir, 8n
si llvsr sutl L'Wsl revol j. r ui-li.
Kvety man knos ol
has leen tmi discreet.
limes when be
Mrs. WIhsiow's so.tM;s.i
TPli tt-plhlec. solleim tfas uto.
Dislloii, slls) pui. mtw
.Yf'.'l ior -.eou-'e
Immense quantities of ''ijiti h pii.e"
grown in the sou' hern states me im
ported to Great Britain and the Wcid
Indies. It is vere durable and jflishef
Wnii lililoic nr r-rftuvp rst s C-sri, cimlr c
tSftrlic. cuir Knaia;uc -:i. 10 .
row nln x a Ca.r.
The Imperial isirniiaiif ti shortly to
lake ilit In .Moscow vviil duiibtleHU lie
one of ihe grandest stale displays ever
w itn.ssed In Europe. Kuwdau co-oua-iK.iis
are not numerous; an occasion of
tills kind comes but once In a lifetime,
and the i'icy of the Uu.sslnn Imperial
family tic-, always been to dazzle the
ejes of ti.i-ir subjects by uugnillcviit
court, ilrauias, Iu which the t'zar Is
r-ally a cr.ar. To this etui Kussian (ro
iiatioits have been made as splendid as
the resources of the empire permitted.
The coronation of the emperor who
has just juiswd away cost over $4.(mi,
WMi; that of his predecessor considera
bly over S.I.ixhi.ooo; but in each case a
show was provided for the people of Run
sla that was vividly remembered nntil
supplanted In the popular mind by the
splendors of the next. The coronation
Is regarded ns much more than the sim
ple act of placing a bauble on the bead
of the rtrst man of the state; It Is a
series of gorgeous ceremonials, and the
people of every nation thnt forms n
part of the greatest empire on fhe earth
n re required, through their representa
tives, to assist, while the tqiecfaclc Is
made still more brilliant by the pres
ence of the ambassadors of every pow
er on the globe and of large numbe
of princes of the reigning houses, I
royalty always assiMiibles to congnitu
late the new ly crowned monarch. ep
titles from provinces and tribes who i.c
knowledge the Czar as ruler, and who
speak fifty different languages and loo
dialects, will present their homage to
the newly crowned Czar.
Tailor made Costumes Now Relieved
bf a lb of Color-Tasteful Bolero
and fkirt Yoke to Match-Kaocr
Waiat la fetill Very Popular.
Iam- Fsahloi'a Cecreea.
Sew York correpoolenee:
YEN the most se
vere and sombre
sort of tailor-made ;
dress that is iossi
ble is now relieved
by dashes of color,
which come In a
new style of waist
coats. '1 none are so
new that women
are taking to them
at the same time
with the men,
w h'.ch is a bi,"h rec
them !u the eyes of
some women. These
liew waistcoats are
in plaids, not the
excited sorts, but
those that softly
blend greens, blues
and blacks, and thai have, perhaps,
n lineof scarlet. They are cut high, rath
er lung, button Mingle breasted with
black buttons set close, and are worn
with a black dress, the coat cut like a
man's frock. With white llncu necktie,
black or a subdued plaid, violets Iu her
buttonhole, patent leather boots and
with a very correct toque or soft felt,
she is all right for the matinee or after
noon calls. She may wear the same
waistcoat in the morning for shopping,
If she KulMtltutcs for the frock coat a
Jaunty sack coat. The new waistcoats
nre made of line Manuel or cashmere,
and are tinislicd Just like a man's.
thotiL'h eurefllllv fitted to the woman S
figure. The women who try to Batten
themselves Into tailor-made mannish-
n ess are coiusidered not only foolish but
vulgar now, for n woman should never
1st more attractively and unmistakably
and soft leather, U la a uiucti miser
as Is the other girl who is squeezing
her foot. There are shoe in an adap
tation of meu's cut, ou which are bee la
curved under the foot like a Iui
XVT.. but the particular tailor girl
would rattier suffer and put her arched
little foot into a flat shoe than permit
herself a mongrel apology for the ri'ht
thing. For dresMshe wears pijiiils, and '
then she is not quite so particular ,
about their being manly.
A very tasteful bolero was that put
In tliis second picture, which shows a ,
gow u that was made of steel gray cloth.
The bolero was mouse-gray cloth, box
pleated, and liberally embroidered with
chenille, and its re vera and the strap
connecting the fronts were green vel
vet. The skirt's yoke matched the
jacket, and the sleeves were of the
mouse-colored stuff, chenille embroid
ery and lace frills finishing the cnfTs.
I'oieros were so plentiful at the begin
ning of the winter that they seemed
unlikely to last long, but they fooled all
Talk fMu with the bo
fnleuts of the youni.'teiH.
Til AT sJ'U'NIHtl ( t'VI'Kt',
Mr. Goodman. Williams County, 111.,
writes uh; "I'ioui one package S.ilzer's
German Coffee Hcrry I grew :!))
pounds ot better coffee than I can buy
In stores it 30 cents a pound."
A package of this and his seed c.ita
Jnrue tt er, you by -lobn ... Salzer
Seed Co.. l.a Crosse, is., upon rsceipi
of 15 t f p- and tills iioilcc. C. N.
'I n -lote n milcii cow will asfimilue
en-ess o( what is required for main
t tna.ice Hie better
1'iso t Cure tor Consumption is the only
,-oiigh medicine u-ed in mv house. 1). (J.
Albright, Milllitd.urg. I'm .Jjee. II, "..".
Ute the hi st seed ol the liett varieties
and bred the l-st Mock.
csesrT rtimu st1 rr. It n-.j au3 bowel. Kaf
m t.caeu- w-i or urn Hie
An exhibition of "horseless carriages"
was made recently at Tlinbridge Wells
Englsud. It served rather to show tlo
variety of attempts that have lice,
made to solve th problem of self pro
pelllng vehicles, than to bring forward
auy remarkable novelty. Almost nh
tho "automobile" machines exhibit)!:
have been deaerlbed frequently. Tie
English papers are laughing at the tn -of
parliament regulating the use i.
such machines on common roads. I
forbids a rate of speed for theni great"'
tliar two miles an hour: and require
them to Is' preceded by n man carrj ii.'
a red flag as n signal of danger.
Left 1 1 Trac,
Mr. Ilugglns (entering parlor wK
Miss Klssnm on ills arm) I hate Ju
hud a taste of paradise; I've been i
your conservatory, major. f
The Major-Yes; 1 notice you k
some powder on your nose getting it.
Y (inkers Statesman.
feminine than when rigged w 1th nil the
precision that a well-dressed man ex
pends on his clothes. c
It Is this desire on the part of tniiny
nensible women to avoid niannishness
that ha brought such vogue for trim
med tailor-mades. To this cud, trlm-
I ining Is not really necessary, hut it is
effective and furnishes an easy ami
mire relief. So we now see so many
tailor gowns that are elaborated with
much characteristic trimming, that the
tailor cut at last stands more for beauty
than for severity. The first picture here
Illustrates this development, though the
new method is by no means carried to
extremes In It. Made of green boin le
dUltlug, Its yoke was green velvet piped
with white, and bias bauds of the velvet
ornamented with buttons and also piped
with white appeared on the skirt.
Jirown piping was added to the licit of
suiting, ami only a narrow piece of vel
vet was used on the collar. Hut tons In
various sizes were the only other trim
ming. . .
The young women who nre very par
ticular about their tailor-made rigs
often carry their notions to great ex
tremes.and become almost cranky over
uccessorh'S. To Ire Just right, their
linen must be five-ply. They admit
that n collar made much less carefully
and ciistlug much less than dm the
five-ply will lisik right at first, but that
Is Just It; the carefully dressed tailor
girl looks all right all the time, and a
collar that Is not made heavy melts
S sVJ" -S -s "
Bubbles or Medals.
-Itest arsapari!ls." Vhn you think of it how contradic
tory that term is. For there can be only one bad la anything one
bc,t sarsapariila, as there is one highest mountain, one longest
river one deepest ocean. And that best samapanlla I ?""
There's the rub! You cm measure mountain height and ocean
d(-pt)i,but how test aarsaparilla? You could if yot i were chemists,
liut then da you need tc tet it? Tie World . a.r Comnu t ee
,tKtr(1 it, -and thoroughly. They went behind the Ubcl on th
bottle What did U.uaars.tparillatotremdtlu? Lvery make
of wrsapar:I!.i sliut out c,f Ihe Fair, eacept Ayer'a. So it wa
th " Ayer'a w as the only ttarsaparilla admitted to the World a
Fair The . ommhtre found it the b.,t. They had no room for
anv hing that v as not the be.t. And a. the best, Ayer'a Sarsa
3u received the medal and award, due its menu Kemember
Z io d "best" 1, a bubble any breath can blow, but there : are
pit a to nrkk Mich bubbles. TW ethers are blow nfi mo
, "bcVaarsaparilla" bubble, ince the World '.Fair pricked t he
' old ones. True, but Ayer's Sarsap anlla ha. the med.d The
pin that arratrhe. the medal proves it gold. The pm M ks
ihe bubble prove. It wind. We po nt to , medaU, not bubbles,
when we nay t The beat aaruparilla ia Ayer a.
Jamet W'hitoomb Riley ia 40 yearaofag.
acmieaixty yean younger than hisdialecl
A Missouri paper aniiO'iiK the illnetf
of a prouuiuentcitiren with "iiif r oiktioii
of the brain."
Crete and Cuba do cot monopolize th.
spilling of gore by tel.gr iph. The voice
of Nevada murmurs," You can't lose me."
The National Reform Press association
has Sovereign Ir President and U isafjr
vice president It will not be neeesary
for the latter to occupy the chair whih
the former is around.
234 H'KIIKh, CORN V H ACRK.
It' marvelous how we progress: You
can make money at 10 cents a bushel
when you get -04 bushels corn, -iW
bushels oats, 173 bushels barley, l.ttUO
busliels potatoes per acre! Salzer's
creations iu farm seeds produce.
10OOVOKIH FOB 10 CENTS.
Jut Send 1h m Notice and 10 Cents
to the John A. Salzer Seed Co., La
Croe, Wis., and get 12 farm seed saui
ples, worth $10, to get a ktart. C. N. U.
Drain tliat wet pi tee. It, is the richest
and you have.
With fattening hogs, allowing food to
r.-niain within reach after the apjietite
t satisfied injures the digest on and de
So-ne towoi on the Uanadiau norrjei
imii-t that a county good enough to work
in is il-n fit to iiv in- Windsor.fowa
pp-eite D-troit, iutenda applying the
principle t' Americans working tliere.
They must h come Canadiani or q ait.
With one New York minister throwing
discredit on the Jonah and the whale
narrative and another one denting thatj
Bi'aam'g ass ever engaged intheconver
atiotiat ribu ed t hi in in theaitrip'urea,
t 1-oka l.ke the old r-unday school land-
a rk :-r s'l in danger.
ea.i.B.t.-Bk-M aa M-at-M-afc-e)
4 X i
THK I.ATKSr SKIIIT TlilMlllNU.
nOt.KUO AND SK1HT YOKE MATCH.
tiie prophets, and another feature that
was renewed in stylishness at about
the same lime with boleros and that
still holds irf the-surplicc. front. These
are a very ilillcrent iiuair irom ui.n
which was curld out iu shirt waists
a few years ago, lis will be seen by the
model of the third picture. White
cloth was the material, and the bodice
was fitted In back. Its overlapping front
being tinished with a lace rullle. It had
no belt, but was hooked to the skirt,
and Its deep yoke was lini.shed witn
novel refers that were garnished witti
lacefrlllsaiidabaml of Jeweled galloon.
The skirt of tills gown was lined with
cerise taffeta and was trimmed in the
manner shown with four wide bands of
Ivory lace. This lace was not outlined
with spatigli-s, and for that reason was
noticeable, so general at present is that
treatment of luce trimming. The cape
shown In the picture was a lilmy affair
of ivory luce fastening with while satin
ribbon and having a wired collar.
For an economical trimming tliere
is nothing better than braid, which is
nt the height of Its favor. An old drem
can be remodeled with little bother by
Just braiding all the seams and setting
scrolls and ornaments about the foot.
A pretty notion is a scroll that clasps
the skirt at about the knees In graceful
curves, the design dipping in front a lit
tle, that the cut-ofT look may be avoided.
A bialico In surplice effect that shows
even more plainly than tin one hereto
fore described bow uii'.iko the old sur
plice the new sort is. is put at the right
In the next picture. I.Ike the other, this
bodice I-ad a plain back, but the fronts
were laid In pleats at the shoulders and
In the walfit, where one side lapped
over and cxletidcd In a sort of caseadt'
$10U iteWAlu, 41IUW.
The reader of this paper will be pleaded
10 learn that there is at least one dreaded
lisease that science has been able to c re
-n all its stages, and that is t'atiir h.
'tali's Catarrh Cure is the onl podtive
ure known to the medical fraternity.
V'atarrh being a constitutional disease, re
quires a constitutional treatment, ilall'a
. atarrh Cure is taken internally, acting
llreetly on the blood and mucous rurlaces
jl t e fysteiu, thereby destroying the
foundatiim ol the disease, and giving the
patient strength by building up the con
Ititution and assisting nature in doing its
work. The proprietors have so much laith
in its curative power-, that they oiler One
Hundred Dollars lor any cae that it tuila
to cure. Send for 1 st ol testimonials.
Address, V. J. (11 KNKY A CO , io edo.O.
Ofr-Sold hy Druggists, Vic.
ITsn atrav in the sta) le as abforbant
tor the liquid immure.
Hall's Vegetable Picili:ili JIair Re-iewer
has restored grav hair to its original color
nnd orevetited Inddiiess ill thousands of
eus"S. it win no so io you.
Trim op the heilgi or cut liown
lib out the. roots.
In the World.
For II years this lioe, by merit alone, ban
diilaneerl ll (sin petltom.
ludorw-d by nvrr l.oe.OO wearprn an the
lol iu mvlo, fit and durulilily ot any nlioe
eir off.-rt-.l ut t.i.
ii is made In all Hie laiest shapeand styles
and of fvrrv varirtv of lvtlli-r.
tmr di-alrr In a lo n iroifii nelmilvo anle
and adveillKMl Iu l.al imeir .111 r. ei-ipt of
reaiflial.li n-r. w rue ior caiui.i;..: e.
L. DmiKli, Hr.jcKuio, HiM.
OF FINE FLOWERS
AND CHiJICt VEQ-ETABLtS
Should lail to tend 2.S cents
for x Collcttioa of
10 Pigs. Garden and
2 Pkis. Sclccl Flower
l.-'1frst Itiiiololpli -.(reel. CIIICAfifl, 1 I.I-
ASTHrVsA cured smv"ic
F ml ur il.lre We w II uiall a rla n t-)e f Uf f
DK. TAFf HWS., 4S tlm St., otcslcr, N Y. I ltL
When you're doubled u with pain anil let i ukc you u aiiap
in two, you have
When you feci stronir, straig-lit, without pain by using St. Jacob
till, you 11 Know you ve useu i,ue nr""-""..j.
10 wf't,-j,A r?rffli$i$$) all I
; 9550 i!MiijMMlf druggists
r.nnrrtfwinrir nn 1 m iirrnnn lAram mr rnsnnr const imit ion. f asriims nre I lie MPal l.sxa
f AiibULUlCiLI UUAnAn 1 fiCIJ tire-, nror rrip or eripe.hut rnuse easy natnral rOKulls. bam-i
i a wtMfF. 1,1. STFIII.IN'O KKMKHV (.. fhicaiii, Montreal, tan., or IWit Turk. sn.l
, , I M ffc y v J -',.,
UKiC'rWl't ' V Harvester and Binder.
&Jf V rong claims. That's
TWO TIOIiK'KS OP NOVKT, IIKAIM.N'O. j
hen I Saw
your advertisement es
I thought that it was probably like the announce
ments ol many other makers of harvesting machinery
big blow and little show; but I'm ready to surren
der; go ahead, gentlemen, you're all right; I bought
one of your binders last season and it is equal to any
cl.- n you ever made for it."
' lis is the condensed essence of vhat Mr. Thomas
Carney, of Washington Court House, Ohio, has to
say about the McCormick Right Hand Open Elevator
The claims made for McCormick Machines nro
nK of Tim hrw HDnr-i.tcB errant.
dovrn afier the first leu nilnutcH' wear.
And of all mil ottilug things, In a
tailor girl's opinion, a wilted collar la
i thft worst. Then her shoes must be as
much like a man's as possible. Klnce
; her pretty little foot Is very often not a
I bit like a man's, the Inllor girl, al
though her foot seems to be s'.uxl com
'fortably with wide sole, low, broad heel
on to the skirt. The yoke was white
satin covered with white moiisselliie de
sole, violet cloth being the dress good-4.
In the other bodice the dress material
- black broche silk was draped across
the front, to hang iu folds from the
right side. Above this was a yoke of
spangled chiffon, and bell nnd collar
were green velvet, each tinished with a
large bow at the back. Hands of velvet
were shaped in high loops ou the shoul
ders. Women have not been scared or ar
gued out of tho fancy waist, and there
should be general rejoicing over the
fact. Much of the trimming Is horizon
tal now, fronts are still loose, tiny frills
of a contrasting color are much used,
and bright green chilTon run ou In tiny
frills as for some seasons we haVe been
using black-Is a new notion, aud is
very dainty. For Instance, a gowti made
w ith n black satin skirt Is draped from
the hips at the sides, the knees hi front
and from the belt In back with black
tulle. At the fiait of the black tulle
frill fire tlvtt tiny frills of green satin.
The bodice satin Is draped In black
tulle, the tulle bagged In front over a
green satin belt. A yoke Is simulated
front and back by rows of tiny bright
green chiffon frills set horizontally and
close together, tireetl spangles may be
added all over the black tullo If you
like, but you will be newer If Instead
you brnld the black aatln at here It
hows plain wlta metallic green tilt cad.
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V iviacmncs are so constructed inai sironp claims ior iiiein axe juuueu. t t um-
chine you want will cost you more than the other kind, for the simple reason that
1 it is worth more: that's all there's no other reason and in the end you'll be ,
Elicl vou Paid lhe difference, because there's nothing cheaper than the best.
McCormick Harvesting Machine Company, Chicago,
The Light-Running McCormick Open Elevator Harvester,
The I.ight-Kiinning McCormick New 4 Slerl Mower.
The t u-ht-K minnu McCormick Vertical Corn Kinder and
Tiie I.ight-Ruiiuiiix McCormick Unity Reaper, for sale everywhere.
UI2ASONS FOR USING
Walter Baker & Co.'s
Because it is absolutely pure.
Because it is not made by the so-called Dutch Process in
which chemicals are used.
Because beans of the finest quality are used.
Because it is made by a method which preserves unimpaired
the exquisite natural flavor and odor of the beans.
Because it is the most economical, costing less than one cent
Be lure that you pti the genuine article made hy WALTEK
HAKLk & CO. Ltd., Ilorchrster, JVtau. Latahlinhed I7H0.
leanliness Is Nae Pride, Dirt's Nae
Honesty." Common Sense Dic
tates the Use of
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