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About The Sioux County journal. (Harrison, Nebraska) 1888-1899 | View Entire Issue (July 8, 1897)
Urru In th Shop.
Black net span pled in jet or gold, (or
Short military oati braided in gold
ind self color.
Jacket suits of serge or flannel for
girls of eifrht to twelve years.
Fine tan seal belt( baring a tiny
:hate)aine bag attached.
Mantles having a short fittjJ back
ind long stole fronts.
Picture hats of white Leghorn with
manv half-long plumes.
100 Doses in a
Is peculiar to and true Dsx4a
rTnlv of Hood's Sarsai.a- CiUXlIC
riHasand is proof of it giifwrior Htrcutitl,
and ecoiMuny. Tliere is more curative
power in aNbuttle of Hood's Kuniip.irilhi
than in aiiyNtJher. Thi fac;, ilh iu
unequalled record of cures, proves th;
best medicine for alb-blrtod diseases is
pari I la
Hie One True Itlnud Purifier. All itnittjiKU. tl.
cura I.lver Ills; easy
take, easy to n-inu. 2'
Every ingredient in
Hires Rootbecr is health
giving. The llool is)
improved, the nerves
soothed, the stomach.
benefited by this delicious 1
Quenches the "thirst, tickles
the palate ; full of snap, sparkle
and effervescence. A temper
ance drink for everybody.
Mi4t only if Th Cbirl E. Illrr To.. Pmiidiflplila.
Park on a Bicycle
Ainonsr the seyseis, watep
full. lke si.il t'-riacei o
YWiowtiliiiif t'ark it viheo
every tm whilnnui should
uteii.l M. W Imliilns' Mo-l
ile'iiilitdil nut I mi lnni;'liilj!e.
U-fH ex.r'nnlvi' llian a r'
st it (ul.ioiintile sumim r re
ort. (iixiil r"ml-It'lllt li.v
llif Kovariiirivnt. KI"fsni
bott'l . Kme sliiug. oplcii
did ft r.
Wrimlor booklet eonlaln
In? a man of the 1'arli a w.;ll
& (nil it:(nrmalioii shout the
nut. f the trip, w.atlo tiik'",
haitlii! ruad' are Hlt .eK.
Cc6tcrn Wheel "Works
tr. MAX ER 5 jO
CATAL9CVE Fl EE
l out lUt: i f'fi r tintittttirnl
j difcf lar-ft, liiliiintjittttiouB,
lrritatnij or ultnitinns
of tit u c u ii a tuf'Mbtnnot,
J'ainitpf. und nut kfltnti.
or ikiiI tii plain wrnnmr.
'f fxpr-. (rir.fiMi. for
(,t-Ui scut w:i rcqueit.
i The Pes! Krd Hov K'xilinK l"
lc. i-r tfi. It., mid in Up-
itn-I u1-1 HntrsiltiiK- tor I'la-
tpr. Sanit.le frw. THE FAV M.t N ' l.l.t
HOIII IM. , Hm 'l -il, N .
,A marvnionii enr" lor
I an bo rtvf:ii iKrri ly a'
luuiue. it. ) n:nn tra.
All nn3xrirlat or wrllo
FULL OrrolMATIOf GLADLT MAILED FKJCE.
rcrmanenllyCilrwt. JCo rtlntirnerrmmniwiafler
torrr. Rpnd rr I Kf.K tl.lMi trUU bitllf ana lrtle.
1H K n kUKI, Ltd., mi An h Stri ct, I'blltulrlpliia, I'a.
lURU nfllK All. Il I"iL. If
M t :osh flyrup. Ti Oood. CM If
I n tlina. Sold bT (1 niKltii. H
Jj. f. No. 4T'n
York, . cb.
WHEN WRITING TO AD t KTISKi.
pleAMMjrjoa mw tha dvrtUmn
la tbla paoar
(lOlf w timir.
Rattlesnakes, Butterflies, f
" Washington Irving said, he supposed a certain hill was called
"Rattlesnake Hill" because it abounded nbutteriics. The
rule of contrary" governs other names. Some bottles are, sup
posedly, labeled "Sarsaparilla" because they are full of . . . well,
we don't know what they are full of, but wc know it's not sarsapa
rilla; except, perhaps, enough for a flavor. There's only .one
make of sarsaparilla that can be relied on to be all it claims. Il l
Ayer's It has no secret to keep. Its formula Is open to all
physicians. This formula was examined by the Medical Com
mittee at the World's Fair with the result that while every other
make of sarsaparilla was excluded from the Fair, Ayer's Samoa
rilla was admitted and honored by awards. It was admitted be
cause it was the best sarsaparilla. It received the medal as the
best No other sarsaparilla has been so tested or so honored.
Good motto for the family as well as the Fair: Admit the best,
exclude the rest.
Aav 4Mbt about It r Stsd far th " Curtbook."
It kills doubti in4 eurti duubitn.
Addniti J.CAytrCo., Loiwll, Ma.
Moa.if rjr aail lixla-try.
The einensHJi o( your house will be
lare or small, as you are a bad or good
Among tne most homely, but most es
sential accomplishments of a young
woman is :hatcf houtewi ery.
Lizny.sis very apt to come with
ea th, and there are undoubtedly a
great many mor lazy girls no than
5U yearn ago, bnttheie are no more nat
urally lazy girls in the world than
SLOWLY STRANGLING AN ELM,
A loniiKrurai if iHinru tun tt n... as i
fittying the Kule of Python.
A ih t, nf ik hill in Cliiirch
a u Luii ny ui uuo ii.i. iu i ii 1. 1 i
lython is slowly strangling a large
ei in, sa s th ; .New York San. It ifl a
wisteria vine, said to be the largest
In the State, perhaDf in the country,
In the open sunny garden of tho
( eorge I. Coit plare, next to the
Storm Sec nd Congregational Cburcta.
At its base it Is about a foot in di
ameter. A foot above the ground
Its trunk divides, and it sends one
tork, an important one, though a
hundred feet in lenutb. northward
along the front of thf handsome Coit
house.. Its other and interesting !
fork, consisting ot three huge strands, ,
each four inches thi k, trails along a
broad garden leuce for twenty feet,
and then enters a stately elm that is
at the inner edge of" the flagged city
walk. Noting the great snakey vine
from the street, one has a keen ana'
lively Impression that it is a ver. table
serpent that has just leaped upon the
tree, enfolding it in a deathly con
striction. iicTore entering the elru
the three strands are lirrnlv bound in
a monstrous cable with manif Id
small, round, withe like bands em
anating irotu thestraiids themselves.
Sitigulari.y uncanny and menacing
they seem, interlaced, twiste.d and
contorted, as if writhing in eacli
other's hostbe embrace, and the fa it
that their bark is smooth and of a
dusky brown hue, like the hide ot
some enomous vipers, deepens the
Impression that they are pythons.
Immediately after entering the elm
the cable divides into its several
strands, and each travels up the tree
in its own eccntrlc, serpentine way.
One strand, three riches th.ck,
throws a coil so tighllv about the
elm trunk, just bolow its lowest
bran lies, that It has cut a deep cir
cular furrow, into the bark.
Tnis coil is choking 'the life out of
the tree. Ascending, the threefold
fcriient flings fol. arter una anout
trunk and branches, and Unally lilt
ing its plume i green cr..rst high above
the elm's crown gathers it into its
embrace The tree Is naturally
thriity and luxuriant, but it'already
shows plentiful tokens that its power
ful enemy is th oil ling it. The tips
of its lower boughs are dry and dead,
and alolt its foliage is sere or yellow,
licforo another year it doubtless will
he dead, and then the vegetable ser
pent may east at will on its leafless
carcass. In the end it may pull th
tree's skeleton down arid cherealtur.
If it had its own licensed way, would
'ravel on to another etui In the street
rod thr ttle and destroy that. When
In full b oom, with a hundred pur
pie I5swer ciusier.s, : the wisteria is
gorgeous and beautiful, but one
j;ii;y .fancies then that the splendid
i.os.sorns ire mottled patches on the
python's hide, and llio vine does not
seem so lowJv.
Hut They Heemed to Be.
The gentleman living in the su
burbs had a goat for the children's
pleasure, and It was that kiad of a
goat which might well be ca'led raru
bunctious. f( r t took possession of
;"ie place early, and showed 1 ttle
Jisposition to vacate One morning
he goat walked into the children's
o!ayhouse, and as the gentleman was
tartmif dow."i town he told the man i
-.limit, the nlace to drive it out and
shut i up in tin. stable. The man
promised aad the master proceeded
,o his oilii.c At nooi tue man c-ime
to the o;',Ice on an errauo
i:v the way, John," sak) the mas
ter, ' did you put that goat n the
stable, as I told ytiuV"
Jobu began to hedge.
1 was busy. sir. and-. "
"Husy, nothing," Interrupted tin .
taaiter, "i told you to put it In the,
stable, and that's what 1 wanted you
i,o do." . . , I
"Ves. sir,", parleyed John, "but
There a no blits about It: 1 "
Oh, "bat there Is, sir," interrupted
Toba this time; "if you don't be
ilve me. sir. vou just tackle the goal
Jarsalf' sir and you'll we how It if
i r - . ,n
HO , Ml jaWS-ui-r"
IW '.' -.- p
ieven Are Useful.
A proper assortment of sieves! when
at hand, come Into use almost every
dny in the year, and the owner won
ders how he ever got along without
them. They will noit and "size" vari
ous articles, be:um, peas, grain, ele.,
and will clean the dirt out of many
farm products. They will take out the
coarsely-cracked com for tire older
fowls, ar.l sepnrute tb4 finer purts for
the chicks, and so one might go on enu
merating their cwveuiewes.
SleveH tire easily made. fJet wire
cloth with iix'sh running from coarse
to fine, niul k.iiw sections from gi-oeery
iKixes for friiines, on which to tack the
A NKST OF SIKVKS.
wire cloth. Nail n small strip of wood
over the edges mid the sieve Is com
plete. The cut shows a deep sieve with
In arrangement for "sizing" tin article
into three or more grades. The sieve
m the position imlicated by the dotted
dues is permanently fastened In place,
ind is very coarse, in mesh. Ilelow are
hvo slidiiig frames with mesliis liner
Ind still liner. .Thus with one slinking
lliree or evi-r four, assortnients can be
Cro Hre vlinL' Uti'sn'l I'd v.
The combJua.lloii of well-established
fm-ds eiidi grown for a diM.iuet pur
jase, is always a failure, m the prepo
I'iK'.V of aeh breed neutralizes tlie otli
ir, and thus produces a mongrel thai is
(iiite :ta llkidy ius not to reproduce the
l-iist fa vc ruble rallur Uiaai niOiSt
'ivorab'.e clianicti'rixtics desired,
breeding pure-brefl anlnuiLs to grades
s always a gsl plrin, for tlwre Is no
trepoNnicy hi the gr.'Kle, that having
lei n destroyed in the ttrst cross. 1 tut
fcn in this hm-dlr?; It is w-er-'-rry for
I if bee,t rivsults to have the pure-bred
luUe f the same breed that w;m used
ti make the grade on which !.' ! to le
frossed. If the grade Is a half-bred
tersey or a half-bred Ilolsiein, for e.
unple, the Mecond cross on it with a
ure-bred male of the samebreed will
nake a high grade or three-quarters of
I full blood, and often nearly as valu
lole for milk or butter production as Lf
i were a full-bred animal.
Liftint: JaeUs (or Vehicle.
vT1ih very simplest form of a wagon
tick Is shown in Figure 1. It is sim
ply a board six Inches wide, and of
Jie proper length, with two notches
in wed out near the top, as shown
tbove. For light wagons, one man can
ise this jack very easily, but for heavy
vagons, assistance is required. The
me in Figure 2 is cheap, strong ntwl
tonvenient. The part a Is made from
t two-inch plank of twiine tough wood,
ind is two and one-half fti't long. The
r-ver, m, Is three and one-half feet long
ind should be nuide from n tongh slick
1x4 Intdies sipiare, dresstsl to the form
hown. The retaining rod, g, may lie
two nieces of No. H nniiealed wire. The
, ll"r end fastnis in the serrated edge
'a-iiriie found a niont serviceable jack
iml will easily supjiort half a
weight. American Agriculturist.
LeveJ foUife for fotntoe.
Almost nil practical growers now
igree that the level culture of potatoes
irlngs the birgest crop. This Is es
(oclally true If the season is dry, hx of
ate yirs It almost always Is. If tlw
rrouiMl Is cultivated often enough
veeds etui appear Ikiv- the surface.
That will make It easy to keep the crop
of weeds without -ver net-ding to
siltlvatx' more than an Inch below the
urfnee. This Is the ltcst way to solid ne
he perennial weeds, quack grass aixl
Jftnada Uilstles, as well us the annual
Clover GrowlitT In the V'et. '
Time was when Western fn.nners did
nit care to do anything to Improve the
ertilUty of theilr Hotl, which they
bought wii.s liu'xhauntlble. But de
reaslii crops have tumtvl their a.tten
Ion to Iteder modiw of mumurtrvg and
0 loerensod growth of clover. Tbla la
specially true where kUk:1c growing
nd bUrytnj hnve smiersediMl the ez
ltwlve growing of the earlhT iwttl
iett. CUner U tift-iaHy ada.pt h1 tj
tie Western fomter, becawie corn,
dtlcb be aJwajrs has grown, la ooU an
tmperfwt nithm. It In too uu-gHjr ei
IjonacwiuM naid iusmIm iikitp iiAtruffunouf
nutritUin. NtJiiug better iiflleji tli!
than clover, nor do any c.hiiih bettfr
Biiiipleiuenit eiu-h oilier In farm rotation
than do clo-r and corn. Amerlan
Training the Calf.
The young calves should not lie turn
ed out liefore the middle of June.
When ready to turn them out, have a
strong head halter for each one, and
lead them out to and from the pasture.
They will soon learn to follow and be
come very docile with such training.
In selling Jerseys, we always say that
the cow (-.in be led, and it adds several
dollars to her value. Near the city,
where fiunily cows are in demand, at
goisl prices, a cow that can be led out
and tethered on the lawn Is worth a
great deal more than one that can not
be thus managed. With bulls, especial
ly .Jersey bulls, put a ring into his nose,
when four months old, and lend him
with a stout hickory staff. The bull
can be early taught to lead, and he
should he gradually made to cut the
feed and pump the water for the stock.
A bull so managed is safer and makes
a better breeder. The American.
A Nfw I nurcticltle.
A new lice exterminator, recommend
ed by the Arkansas Experiment Sta
tion, is made as follows, being a kero
sene extract of pyrethruni: 1V4 gallor-s
kerosene soaked through 2 pounds
pyrcthrmn, resulting In a yellowish,
oily extract, which will not mix with
waier, but which will form an emul
sion with soap, similar to kerosene
emulsion. One pond of soap dissolved
in one gallon of boiling water added
to one gallon of the extract, well mix
ed or churned with a force pump, made
a perfect emulsion, which, when dilut
ed one pnrt of emulsion to -lot) parts
water readily killed cotton worms. It
seems to combine the projicrtlcs of
kerosene and pyrethruni, and to be
more effective' than either, easier to
handle and cheaper. Farm and Homo.
A Three-'"or-." Kvoner.
In reply to numerous requests for a
three-horse evener, Orange Judd Farm
er gives the accompanying illustration
as perhaps the simplest and best of any
that have been used hitherto, since
in this arrangement each horse must
do his full part of the work or show at
once that he is shirking. The poiut of
attachment to the plow or load must
lie made exactly one-third of the dis
tance from the point of attachment of
the double and single whillle-treec, to
give each lioree an equal share of the
work. To make a four-horse evener,
attach a double whiflle-tree to Xe
point where the single oine (seen in the
sketch) Is attached, and make the at
tachment for the load exactly iu the
middle of the rear evener.
Kctt null Prfc-H.
No matter how fresh the epjfs may
be that you send to market, the re
liable merchant, if you are unknown to
him, will 'candle" them! that is, he
will test them by looking through the
eirjjs in a dark place at a strong lii,rht,
and should he find only one ejrg that is
stale, your whole lot will be graded ac
cordingly. Nothing is so affected by
suspicion as an egg. and the only way
to secure the highest prices is to dis
arm all suspicion by shipping no eggs
to market except such as are known by
you to be strictly fresh. Once let a
merchant discover that he can depend
on you, and you will hnve no difficulty
in securing even more than the regular
priii', for strictly fresh eggs are salable
at all times, and at special prices for
choice lots. Poultry Keeier.
Or-whr Oi'ion Set 'or watr".
In every neighlmrhood a good busi
ness might be made if some one would
fit a bed and grow onion sots for sale
to his nelghlHirs. Comparatively few
farmers have the small onion bed that
is no convenient for the housewife to
go to when she needs something more
to supply the table properly with-vegetables.
Most farmers after a few trials
llnd that the small onion bed costs more
lalior to weed it than will buy the
onions It could grow. It Is uot
where onion set.s are planted. They
cost more thau the seed to begin with,
but the labor of cultivation Is much
lessened that they are much the cheap
est way to grow onions on a wnall
Cnttinir CI' ver a id OriiH Clone'y
It Is not alone luK-ause of Lnjury to
scythes, mowers and other Implements
that the haymaker wants as smooth a
surface as he can. get. It Is necessary
to have stones and other Ineiiwillties
removed if he would bo able to cut lis
closely as he should. The new giowih,
especially of ( lover, starts quicker and
grows more vigorously lf cut clean. Be
sides, much of the weight of both clo
ver and gras Is lost lf either U cut
high. So there is loss by high cutting
In the first cut as well as In the after,
ReprtllrfB Wlr Worm.
1 It Is much easlvr to drive wLre worm
from corn than to destroy them In the
soil. If a little salt is sprinklcld on the
hill It will be washed down by raJna
nnd make the locality unpleasant for
the worm. Snaking the seed com In
copperas haa also the same effect,
though we doubt whether the copiKrai
Is st rong enough poison.
Keep I n tlratlns.
, Keep the sulky cultivator at work In
the corn and pfltato fields. Widen out
the frame and tun but once In a row.
After the held k gone over the long
wy, then crorw It This cultivation will
mellow tne ground; start the corn to
growing, nod kill oft the weeds Just as
they am sprouting.
Alrlil-uu l lit lll
Usually when a man controls hi
tongue, he is so proud o: )iimelf (hit he
feels constrained to tell afterwards what
it is that makes lnui go proud.
An Atctii-on man h m the colic so bid
ly that there is eoine fear felt by his
woman folks that h& will die of it, aim
it is such an old fashioned dis.ase!
When you remember how a woinai.
exaggerates the love sl e has for a nut'
it ia not surprising that ehe ex igger.ii
her woes after she nmrr-pa him
AN OPEN LETTER
WE AR-E ASSERTING IN THE COURTS OUR RIGHT TO THE
EXCLUSIVE U-E OF THE WORD " CASTORIA," AND
"PITCHER'S CASTORIA," AS OUR TRADE MARK.
I, DR. SAMUEL PITCHER, of Hyannis, Massachusetts,
was tloe originator of "PITCHER'S CASTORIA," the same
that has borne and does now p y'S'O s on everi
hear the facsimile signature of CLafiffcMM wrapper.
This is th original "PITCHER'S CASTORIA," which has been
used in the homes of the mothers of America for over thirty
years. LOOK CAREFULLY at the wrapper and see that it is
tJte hind you, have always bought ji ZS- 0n
and has the signature of utT-cuctC wrap
per. .Ao one has authority from me to use my name except
The Centaur Company of which Chas. H. Fletcher is
March 8, 1897. qSU- &yjLrH J .
Do Not Be Deceived.
Do not endanger the life of your child by accepting a cheap substitute
which some druggist may offer 'you (because he makes a few more pennies
on it), the ingredients of which even he does not know.
"The Kind You Have Always Bought"
BEARS THE FAC-SIM1LE SIGNATURE OF
Insist on Having V
The Kind That Never Failed You.
HI CENTAUR COMPANY, 77 MURHAV STREET, NEW TORK CITV.
The cavalry soldier of the Con
federate army furnished his own
norse. Jf it was killed or disabled it
because neccessary for him to leave
the front and no alter another mount.
When a man wanted a furlough, he
had only to swap his horse for ( tie
that was broken down, and then
apply for leave of absence.
Gradually there grew up a kind of
brokerage system of 1 'horse furloughs, "
as they were called, r-o writes an
oldcalvalry ollicer, who tells this!
amusing story of a man who wished!
to buy such a furlough, and to that
end put himself la communication '
with a fr end in the brigade camp.
"The price is S u, I know," he!
writes, "but I am willing to pay a1
little more, if neccsarv. 1 want it
as low as possible and, anyhow, vou
must not pay more than si 00. That
is my lim t"
At that point he seems to have
been taken bv a new access of home
sirkness, for he added:
"If it cannot possibly be bought
for $10(1 I shall be compelled to (five
a much as 12", though you must
distinctly bear in mind that my limit
ball's Catarrh Cure
Is taken internally. Price 75 cents.
Cat.1' s in the air are sometimes built
in a bole.
An air of dicnity eometimes misleads
a whole comnvinitv.
WoniiM) admiration win who use Glenn'B Sulphut
Soap to Improve Hip skin.
Kill's Hair and lilskcr Dye, black or brown, 60c.
Le 'he person who has nothing to
Bay lit-t tn.
Every man is satisfied with bis own
THE "GliOWN-UP" DAUGHTER'S DUTY TO HER
yttn can only have one mother ; therefore, when ber step is growing' slow
Him her mind gloomy with forebodings, and you can see that her whole
.-us fr. i
regularly, then write to Mrs. Pinkham, at Lynn, Mass., giving all the symp
toms aud you will receive a prompt reply telling mother what to do for her-1
self. In the meantime the Vegetable Compound will make life much easier
for her. It tones up the nervous system, invigorates
the body, and the 'blues" vanish before it as dark
ness flees from the sunlight. You can get it at any
Mrs. LouiBSTnoNG,HarrisHill,ErieCo.,N.Y.,says: "I
have been troubled with falling of the womb for years,
was advised to take Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound. I took thirteen bottles and received great
benefit When the time for change of life came I suf
j - , .1 .. l . t u n:n4n . i . i ! . . : a
jureu i;j;ai ut-i mini laiuini-sa uiiu jjuijilu(iIUIi ui
the heart. I cot one bottle of the Vegetable Com- .
-lound and one of Blood Purifier and was relieved again. I was thereby
"vi t " through that serious period very comfortably."
"Thoughtless Folks Have the Hardest
Work, but Quick Witted
Melt, rlloni of Itarh-lor.
A woman never forgives a man lorou-
Ananias and Sapphira had probably
ot u-ed to it with the tax assessor.
Love is b ick of half the fool breaks a
man makes and indigestion is back of
the other half,
A widower is always afraid that if he
O'-fn't act broken-hearted all the wom
i will talk about him, and if he does
Love is like a b'rd-of-Paradiae. It is
beautiful and probibly exists some-
i I- I
'.viieie, uui uiosi pnopie o:ny .uow iv
trom seeing it in pic' ures.
Shake lino lour Shoes
Allen's Foot-Ease, a powder for thff'
feet. It cures painful, swollen, smart
ing feet, and iustnjitly takes the sting
out of oms and bunions. It's the
greatest comfort discovery of the age.
Allen's Foot-Ease makes tight-fitting
or new shoes feel easy. It is a certain
cure for sweating, callous and hot,
tired, aching feet. Try it to-day. Sold
by all druggists and shoe stores. By
mail for 25 cents, in stamps. Trial
package FREE. Address, Allen S.
Olmsted, Ix Uoy, N. Y.
One of the chitf charms about a wom
an is that she can act as mean as dirt to
a man and then cry when he doesn't
Even' man having a beard should keep
it an even and natural color, and if it is
not so already, use Buckingham's Dye and
Fashion causes more wrinkles than
All the word loves a lover, but espe
cially the girl.
Women are vain naturally ; men are
vain because the women are.
We will forfeit 1,000 if any of our pub
lished testimonials are proven to be not
gejiuine. The Piso Co., Warren, Pa..
Keep your eyes open and do not per
mit anybody to throw dust in them,
Mrs. Winslow'a soothing Hyrdp for child
ren teething. t,oftens the inns, reJuce iniUm
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The only thing a gentleman can af
ford to strike is an attitude.
An honest man in politics ig bound to
come out with his tire punctured.
nervous system is upset, it is your filial
duty and privilege to attend to her in
time ! Mother is approaching the most
critical period of her life.
The change of life, that is what mother
is dreading, and no wonder, for it is full
of peril to all but the strongest
There are some special and very
wearing symptoms from which
mother suffers, but she will not
speak of them to any one. Help
her out; she doesn't know what to do
for herself !
Shall I advise you ? First, send to
the nearest drug store and get a bottle
of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com
pound, and see that mother takes it
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