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About The Sioux County journal. (Harrison, Nebraska) 1888-1899 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 10, 1898)
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Rer. H. 8. Gordon, 83 year ( (re, a
Tree Baptist minister, of Perry 111. died
F. M. Jawer, aged 63, aseiatan. man
Hirer of the Burlington linseed oil mills,
. M B.urlinKton, Io.,diel Monday.
James Millhon, a grain buyer, of B'.ue
Mound III., died suddenly at bia home
Tuesday of heart trouble.
At Lagro, Wabash County, Ind. Marsh
Boit, a prominent cit'zen, died sadden
ly of heart disease on Tuesday.
Bat Boost's SaraaparUla Has Mad Hr
Strong ud Kuffrd.
"Mj little girl hag always been very
felicate, and has been using Hood's
Baraaparilla. She baa taken several bot
tles of tbis medicine and is a rawed
child now. We believe Hood's Karsapa
rilla has done what no other medicine
eould do." 8. 6. Oabb, 1316 Grand
Ave., Racine, Wis.
Is the bint ia ft the OnuTru Blood Purifier,
Baod' I'lIU cure all 11r-r Ilia. & oeiitt.
NLW 8IBERIAN MILLET.
EAHLY FOSIUNE MILLET.
OEB. RU8T-PKOOF OAT8
FAHMER8 SURPRISE COHN.
TH four frHTmt tnrm nosmltie err origin tH.
A Mlipl of fuu-h, totfttihqr with ona of t(jn finmi -LfOH
r a-ri, all f'nt'-ni'i, f-.r Iwo Zrnt atarapa.
El-Orr KM CO., .. tall. Httulh !.
W. B. A tmw rood, earafni farmra woi in a-verr
Burt ti rala our fr arm Hwi Hm-iiiJum on contract.
IAmt. prioM paid. Atk for mrm.
C1 C1 C1 C C3 C3 C3 C1
celebrated for more
than a century as a
and nh forming
beverage, ha our
on the front of every
package, and our
trade mark, "I a lielle
on the 1
NONE OTHER (IKNl INB.
MADE ONLY BY
WALTER BARER L CO
NO FRAUD i CA
A Ft'l.t. Nt RFI.KII VT1I,
tm wlndrr. it-m nmt iikI h
ixmI tlnir-kcpr. Willi M.oiiil
hand ami hi-r Tjrtal. til l)
t-.XrKKii ur MAIL for I-1.
ijso WI..-.0 i.50 i.riO at r.n
rr taaOfttnl and up. k.ioq iarn Tri Ijs
n4op 0mr 'irinn HMir. p-r thouf-
and Au H'e1 tnK 7' p r trtuuttaii'V A Urt;
uddIt ot all b f ifla of -iwrfiriirlT well r"t-il.
Iraa to O'lna. itii irfcitv ttrBi-rlaas nurwiry
stock. Writ for Prlra I l-t to
kOHSHlAN MUM K1K, fUjruolda. Np.
rD CIT UT Ok Ifl " niern "1 axJ .(. ft. of
rntlull l I AIL) RH,.tiigorVHIan.l( filing
Manilla. VVni foruuipicaiiJ jrt'-ea. Thmkmj
Manilla Kooflug Cuuipauy, CMincJeu. . J.
A Total Disability Claim of $1,650 Paid to a
Ths Monitor, a newapspar published
(U Meaford, nt., Canada, firai discov
ered this esse two jran sifo. and pub
Kshnd it at length, whi.-h now seems,
wing to the cure of it, to b a mimcie.
Ths facts were n remarkable thst many
peopl doubted the truth of client,
avid: "It U too remarkable; t
boss i hi 7 be true; Khe pair Is nns
taJtan, and the than, although he may
Kluk himself cured, will ain relap
t his former condition." etc., efc. The
accuracy of its reort callel in qui-ti..n,
tktt Monitor li'lenniu"l to timl out dehJi
Itel whether the facta were a tt.l
and Whether Che man would really s'ay
farad. They aiovmlingly kept a cloe
Lat" 00 the case for two years after th
wt article apptsred, and be just nw
sjoaHshed another" srticj slxnit It, fa
which the riinsl niria ar complexly
varlBsd, tha ran Is peruisnent, stnd tiiey
sibliah facairiiila of tbe cheek rvesi by
th Canadian Mutual Life Aaisiioii for
(1.05000. amount of total disability claim
pi4 hf ttetn to Mr, I'etch.
TW trsx account slated thst ths ra
tlffat (INS) MraSal below) hsd been a par
alytic Jhwr tra. that there was imi
UstaOsvrk of faaling In his limbs and
t, ahmt pla rusi fuU lwirl could not
h Isstt that fM oou Id oot walk or help
hlsmtf M all; for two year ha was not
iNHMi farrharaaore, that ha was bloat
Lla1twal raaaoa ssssoat tiareco
tmb aftd aanht not get his rlothea on.
law aswaJyaja waa sw complete ss to sffeet
fAa UM aa4 prevent d him frnsn opening
fjg SMfjaOaiaaU triW to taks solid
VwV Y or.
aiNUn mud Cuba.
The trouh.o with Spanish government
is that it is an anachronism. If the
middle ages could be restored, Spanish
((overoment would be all right. India
To win in war now a days a nation
must associate the long range purse with
the long rang rifle. Spain has not the
purse, as the discovert) when she seta
out to buy a ready made, navy and is
asked by Bhip-bnilders to pay cash
down. Hotlou Tranarr'j t.
These.vant girl is surrounded by
perils, seen, unseen and kerosene.
The sun will eet only in the west, but
an old ben will set anywhere.
Chicago has a female pawnbroker and
she is not a poor loan woman either.
Blotting paper is used by w riters to
keep from blotting paper.
Necessity knows no law and is usually
too poor to hire a lawyer.
HOO FOR NEW NAM KB I
The Salzer Seed Co. -want biiitahle
names for their 17 lneh long -oru ami
White Oat prodigy. Vou cun win this
$400 easily. Catalogue tells all about It.
Seed potatoes only $1.50 a barrel.
Bend This Notice and lOCta. in Stump
to John A. Salzer Seed Co., LaCrosse,
Wis., and get free their great wed cata
logue and eleven new farm seed bam
pies, Including above corn and oat,
positively worth $10, to get a start, c.u.
Salted eggs ate not fresh eggs and
in net be.
The Plymouth Rock holds its own in
White turkeys are gentler and more
docile than the bronze.
In charring com for poultry the older
and dryer the corn the better.
Overfeeding will spoil any flock.
It Krrpa the l ee! Warm and Dry
And is the only cure for Ctiilbluius,
Krost Bltea, lump, Hweatlug Feet,
Corus and Bunions. Ask for Allen's
Koot-Ernie, a powder to be shaken Into
the shoes. At all druggists and shoe
stores, 2.rc. Sample sent KKEE. Ad
dress Allen 8. Olmsted. I.eRoy, N. Y.
Women are judged by their accomp
lishments and men by what they ac
complish. Sometimes the girl help her bashful
lover and sjmetirnes it ib her father.
f 100 Reward, iuZ.
The reailar of thi.i iaper will be jilpei
to learn that there in at least one dreaded
dmeiuie that science ha been able to c re
in alt its starr', and that is ( atar h.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is the onU positive
cure known to the medical fraternity.
Catarrh being a rnintitntioniil disruse, re
q ii i rea a rtmptitiitiotial treatiiient. Hall's
t:atarrh t'me in taken internally, acting
directly on the blood and murwn surlaeea
Ot tue pyiteni, thereliv detrovitig the
toundati'm ot the di.tcu-e, and giving the
patient strength by building op the eon
ttitntion and asitin nature in doing it-i
work. The proprietors have so much laith
in its cnmiive power-, tliat they otter line
Hundred Dollam lor any 'ae that it tails
to cure. tend tor l't of tetimonia !i.
Address. K. J. CHKNKV .V; ( U., lo edo, 0.
Tfioid hj DrujigiHt, "ic.
The farmer prefern the silent lay of
the hen to the musical notes o the
MammM If rnur Utile nnf mntraPt Kkla dlaruet at
lrh't',1. ,i'ly -il-rma sulrthtir vip
UiiJ's liitir aaa vlilkr l. tlft or bruwa, 6oo.
Whatever else you do don't over
crowd. Dirty eggs should never be sent to
Was Afterward Cure
frKvl. The doctors railed the di-ase
apiuai 'Ji'.roli, ajid ail aajd he could uil
For three years he lingered In this con
dition. Then by some ! -ii-ni s be wss ail
viaed to take I)r. Williams' I'ink 1'ilis for
I'ala re-.ple. He txik them and llx're
was a alight ctiange. The tirnt thing
rututi nu a tendency io sweat freely.
This showed there was aooie life left in
his hel pleas body. Nit i-siue a little
feeling lu bia limbs. This extended, fol
lowed by prickling seUHStiona. until at
last the blood begai. to course freely,
naturally aud V tousJy throue-h his
body, and the helJ. isness gaTe way to
returning artrenglJi, tha ability to wsik
returned, and ha wai reatored to his old
aa9L V -C-Ci
The aboe Is the substance of the first
arliels uitblialied by the Monitor. Now fol
low aoius cliieiings, taken from the same
paper two years afterward, and tihcre is
not ths sllghfrnt shallow of s doubt, ill
Tiew of this teatunony. that Mr. Petch's
cure Is pej-insDent. llert follows ths ac
count; On baing sraln questioned, Mr. I'etch
said: "You sea those hands---tiie skin Is
now natural and elastic. Onct they wars
hard and wlttmit sensation. You could
Riarca them with a lo and I would no
ni It, and wtat ia true of my hands Is
trua af tha fast of n.y body. I'erhM'S T"
hava obaervod that I hava now ee
eeaaasl to naa a cane, aad eaa ret about
my business perfectly well. Ton may
ay ttarw la ahswIuKly oo doubt aa to
my atira Mac psanaaaaaL ladoad I aau
The letter H a in Hebrew named
Chetb.a hedne, or by some authorities
tianslated a stile. !t is supposed that
the form of the letter was an intimation
of the steps throught which entrance
was trained into an inclosed field.
Whether the I'l.irnicians borrowed
their alphabet from the Jews, or whether
the Hebrew alphabet was derived from
the Phoenician, or whether both came
from the Kyptian, are matters about
which scholars are not agried.
THE VALUE OF LEGS.
Bcneflta of Correct Walking: a an
Aid to (iood Health.
Pew people appreciate as they should
the advantage of having legs. It Is true
that many have awakened to the fact
that lfjs are good for working the ped
als ou a wheel, and others think them
serviceable In whirling thedv bodies
two by two over the poltbed surface
of a ball room floor In the early morn
lug hours, when they had better be
Bleeping. But how many there are who
do not appreciate the blefislng of hav
ing two sound legs to waik on, and
who do not realize that, having them,
they are Independent of clrciuiiKtunccs!
Young or old, rich or poor, In good
weather or In bad. In the city or In the
country, over rough roads or smootJh,
or no roads at all, they can take them
selves out, they can spur up th circula
tion to Ha work of supplying now fuel
to the boiler of the body aud reanovljig
lta ahes; they can expand the lungs
with fresh, pure air, and blow out the
seeds of disease that only nk to be let
alone to take root and bear deadly
fruit; they can clear the brain, brush
ing away tho colnvel of disappoint
ment, doubt and melancholy, filling
their plae with the Irldoacent tints of
content and healthful hope.
Here we have a machine that Is al
ways ready for use, chainlet", with
self lubricating and dut proof bear
ings, close tre-ad, changeable gear, ab
solutely puncture proof Clres, and an
anatomical aadftle superior to any In
I'erhsiHi the reason why so few ap
prelait th treasure they ponseHs In
their legs l because so few know how
to uee them. The walker should step
brlskij, with head erect, shoulders
back and arm swinging, breathing
deeply with closed mouth. Strolling la
better than nothing, for evsn that
taken uc Into pure, open air; but there
la nothing like a good swinging gait for
putting life Into one.
Quick walking is good at any time
except Jut after a hearty meal, but
bent of all In the forenoon or aA bed
time, for students the evening walk
hi Invaluable. If hard study mut be
conUnue-i lata into the evening, sleep
will be much more ceruiJn and refretih
lug If the mind la cleared and soothed
by a lrlHk turn of Ave or ten minutes.
Such a turn Is useful, too, If drowbi
neM comes U'fore the task In flnJahwl;
It tones up the tirwl Inaln celln and
freshen the Jaded memory. Youth's
A g'rl may cry occaUvnnny when a
fish geu away, but she doesn't know
real sorrow until she '. bo old she 1j
out of bait.
The home-rule party in this country
cotihi-ts of women.
A misplaced switch is apt to wreck a
woman's trin of thought.
in eren leMteir health than when I gate
you the tirwt interview."
'lo you Mill afriinne your cure to th
ii' of Ur. Williams' i'ink PihsV" aake!
I he Muiuior.
"I 'ri'oe:niiaWy I do," was the reply
"Doctor had failed, aa had aJo lha nil
merous remedies re,Minjieiide hy my
friends. Nothing I t"Kk had the slightest
effix-t um me un'il I hegan the use of
Or. Williams' I'ink I 'din. To lliia won
derful meli!Mne I owe my releime from
the liiitig death. I h.ive aince reiidnmeud
eil thi-ae pilU to many of my fnends, and
the verdh-t isslwiy in rheir faror. I shall
always bless the day I was induced to
Sueh i the bialerr of one of tile most
remarkable canoe of modern time, (,'au
sny on ay. in the t' of such t.-sti
mony, fihut Dr. Willisuis' I'ink 1 1 ss an
nul, eu!iil"d !) Ilia cttufiil coiii." '.' ri Uon
of sn suffering man, wuiimn or child? Is
noj the iaie in truth a mlraels of modani
To make the etidene complete we pub
lish shove s fscsirnila nit of tli chack
re. eiel or Mr. I'et h from tlis Oaaaliao
Mutual liife Aaa-xisHom, hnng the
mount due him for toal diasbility. It Is
unnecessary to add that this life Inaur
aac aawioiation dial not pay litis karg s
amount of money to Mr. Perch, eicent
after rha moat careful exasnlaatioa of hia
coadition by hhotr meallcaJ xparta. Thay
must hats ragardail hUo aa forever la
curable. Mr. reli's address ia aa fellows: Raa
baa Tatch, OriraiUa, Oasi, Oaaaia.
THE FOUR SUITS.
Soane Facts A boot Cards that Are Not
According to lloyle.
They were sitting around the table,
waiting for the ret of the party to ar
rive, when a new man In the game
picked up the cards and began to
spread them before him on the cloth.
"Of course." he nuid. In a half solilo
quy, "you all know that cards were In
vented in 1,'JVHJ to divert the mind of
Charles IV. of France, who was dread
fully ;u the dumps with a torpid liver,
or something of the kind, but possibly
you don't know alxuit the figures of the
lour suits. Well, the Inventor proposed
by them to represent the four states or
clashes of men In France. I'.y the
Caesars fhearts) are meant the Gena
de Choeur, choir men or ecclesiastics;
the nobility or military part are repre
sented by the points of lances or pikes,
which n e, in our Ignorance of the mean
ing or resemblance of the figure, call
spades. The Spaniards have espadaa
fawords; instead of pikes, which mean
the same thing. The diamonds (car
roaui. square stone tiles or the Hke)
deslcnate the order of citizens, mer
chants and tradesmen. The Spaniards
have a. coin, dineros, which answers to
It, and the Dutch call the French word
carreaur, steiueen, stoues and dia
monds, from the form. Treste, the
trefoil leaf or clover, corruptly called
clubs, alludes to farmers aud country
folks generally. It Is not known how
this figure came to be called clubs, un
less the name was Ixin-o-wed from the
Spanish game, which has staves or
clubs Instead of the trefoil.
"The history of the futir kings Is that
of David, Alexander, Caesar and
Charles, names which were and Btill
are on French cards. These names are
those of the rreat monarchies of the
.lews, CI reeks, Romans and Franks un
der Charlemagne. Hy the queens are
Intended Arglne, Ksther, .ludl'th and
Pallas, typical of birth, piety, fortitude
and wisdom, the qualifications residing
In each, and, I may add, mast of those
necessary In a good ioker player. I
may also explain that Arglue Is an
anagram for reglua, meaning queen by
nature. By the knaves were meant the
Rervants to knights, the old definition
of knave being servant. There are
pome, however, who think that the
knights themselves were Intended by
those cards, because Ilogler and La
hire, two names on French cards, were
famous knights at the time cards were
"Now," continued the new player,
warming to his subject, "If you will
take the history of cards from the time
of" but he was never allowed to
finish, for the other members of the
party came In then, and who ever
heard of a lot of poker players delay
ing the game for anything, historical
I'iflioaelons I "rescript ion.
A lady who had suffered tortures
from a corn upon one of her toes called
on a professional chiropodist. He soon
relieved her of the hardened little of
fender, and besides paying him his fee,
fclie thanked him heartily.
"Please tell me, doctor," she said,
"how I can prevent another one coming
In Its pUice."
"Well, madam," he replied, after a
moment's reflection, "I am doctor
enough, perhaps, to give you a prescrip
tion that will always prevent a corn
He tore a leaf out of a note-book,
wrote a few words uion It, aud handed
It to her.
It read: "I.ooshoo. Apply one a
"Vou can get H at almost any place,"
he explained. '"There la no' chrg.
Vou a iv welcome."
After Inquiring in vnln at several
drug stores for "looshoo," he showed
the preserlilon to a friend, who stud
led It a moment and said:
"Why, that Is plain enough. It means
'loose shoe!' "
The proscription wua tried, and
Value or the Kgg in Vtiokaess.
Tlw value of e.gg albumen aa food In
certain irisMtsed coiwl'tlonoi Is pointed
out by Dr. C. li. Hoy num. Whon fever
Is present and uppotlte If nil, hn aays,
what we wniut. Is an imertlc articlo of
diet; the while of in erg, raw, aerves
bot.h ns food uiwl mivllclne. The way
to give It Is to drain off the albumen
from an oiwnnig nlioiit half an Inch In
diameter a the simall end of tin ejg,
the yolk remaining lnsiide tb afceM;
add a tittle suit to tih Is and dlreot tha
palilcmt to swallow It.
In typhoid fever fh mode of fed
lrkg materially help us In on trying; outt
sn a nt l.vopif 1c plan of trea-LmoniL Fur
thermore, the albumen t a certain ex
tent may antidote the toxin en orf tha
disease. ritlnnts tnsiy at finst rebel at
the Idea of eating a raw egg; but 6be
quickness with which It goes down
without the yolk proves It to be leas
dlsagreeatde tihan they supposed, and
they are very redy lo take a aeoond
doe. Partflc MedlcaJ JeurnsU.
Neither Native Nor I'orelajn.
A ell l.cn stepiied Into one of the elec
tion booths in tho lower part of tha cHy
the other day to register.
"Are you native born, or foreign
born?" Inquired the Insjiector.
"I'm naythur," replied the citizen. "I
was born lu Ireland." HufTalo Com
mercial. l-'rcak In Apples.
Eleven w oil -developed and good-sized
apples, all growing from a Mugle bud,
snd all forming a globular piece bigger
than a big pair of double lists, was a
freak displayed In Oorvallla, Ore., re
cently. Quicker Mall Transfer.
The pneumatic tubes whldi are to
connect the New York and Brooklyn
postoftlces will carry let tore between
tba two points In three Minutes ttad
half. Wagons require half a boor ft
BaJu tba tresjCen
In tha Bfuraery. I
Tl. 1 1 . : : v '
i uc lufoe prime VHBniiiiia iu 1110 uui-
sery are fresh air, good food and pure
water, says the Medical and Surgical
An infant's thirst ia not quenched by
milk. It needs clean water to drink
Always hold a baby in your arms when
feeding it in about the same position ae
if nu-siag it.
Rubber tubes and complicated nipples
are dangerous and should not be used.
The Hoston Globe offers these snggest
i ius'or wives and some of the thing
they should lemember:
That Adam was made first.
That "he pays the freight."
That "blessed are the meek."
That nine men in ten detest gosBip.
That all angels are noi of your sex.
That confidence begets confidence.
That men sometimes have nerves.
That there should be no place liki
That it takes two to prolong a family
That the least said is the soones;
That with all his faults you love him
That you should have no secrets Iron
That husbands have troubles of then
That he's "all right" when you know
That woman's best weapon is her
That home is icore than half wha
you make it.
Ttiat he is just aa anxious to get ric:
as you are.
That ives are unusually favored in
i liai tita typewriter can not help it i!
she is pretty.
That he likes to hear that the baby is
his dead image.
That six pairs of slippers are enough
for any man.
That a man likes neatness in your at
tire at all times.
That eindy in excess is worse than
turn in moderation.
A LETTER TO WOMEN.
A few words from Mrs. Smith, of
Philadelphia, will certaiuly corroborate
the clam that Lydia E. ' Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound is woman's ever
" I cannot praise Lydia E. rink
ham's Vegetable Compound too highly.
" For nine
weeks I was in
bod su iter -
inp; with in
flammation and conges
tion of the
had a dis
the time, I
able; but as soon as I would put my
feet on the floor, the pains would
' Kvery one thought it was impossi
ble for me to pet well. 1 was paying SI
per day for doctor's visits and 7r cents
a day for medicine. I made, up my mind
to try Mrs. Pinkham's Vegetable Com
pound. It haseffecteda complete cure
for me, and I have all the faith in the
world in it. What a blessing to wo
man it is"' Mks. Jennie h. Smith, No.
324 Kauilman St., Philadelphia, Pa.
No woman is ever really anjrry i! ii
man tries to kiss her, but tome of them
m ike a pretty big bluff at times.
Wr will forfeit JI.OUO if flavor our pith-!i-tied
tei imoii als are proven to be noi
genuine. Tim I'imi Co., Warren, I'a.
To make friends of men put money ii
their purse. To make friends of wome
show them how to become more beauti
VERY MUCH THE SAME IN EFFECTS ARE
i BURNS FROST
u.e ST. JACOBS OIL
BETTKK Til AN FUSION.
Don' i inoiikf v wlt'i lltin tmi nou'lpft th-- frinn. A Ion.' with your othftr crops thin April) f, ao
Mirrn- well j'ii-tf"( I Ihx Sped on your nt-w yruMUtl. N"i i ntr will pay so welt. Th acrfimf .1
ottiK t" MbIu, an t hn tr p oujjht lu i . ,,it,, T h-tt- will bo ft b-ttr market t your doov
tnau ever befnro. I vr,ify your rropf, n u-t )jnve nnr- i tmn o:ie atrlng to your bow.
rKIMK RUSSIAN FLAX SEED,
Kur sowlns; purtmnes, win br i)tlerel 1y iih ss Inmr ss the supply lsais. Our mill will eeasaaii
oer h lulf mil Sou ImslieU hi ! K'.is W rite for irli-es uinl how to inn it
oi l) rnof Kss (.rouiel l.liuiS'l Cake, or stuelc, slwsys on tisnd. Ws also twaonfaetun
llie celrlirsteil Wiwutmsil l.tusi'ed oil, Hoile! sni lnv.
KnlablUlieil IHTi. IMIOUM AN lINSCRI) Oil. WORKS, Omalist, KaS,
I I m JL
X5a i ff
25c 50c ',tt
IS LIKE A GOOD TEMPER,
SHEDS A BRIGHTNESS
Hua tsvyoud alar Vawra,
The Sioux City Journal says that a
little girl in that town waa telling one of
the neighbor boys about the beautiful
ring her papa gave her mamma for a
Christmas present, and she added that
"Mamma baa just been dying for a ring
like that." "Well, she won't be dying
for one any more," said the boy, not
knowing anything else to say. "No,"
remarked the little miss, with a know
ledge of her sex beyond her years, "no
till she sees a prett'er onf."
CM XT X
Both tha method and results when
Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant
and refreshing to the taste, and acta
gently yet promptly on the Kidneya,
Liver and Bowels, cleanses the eys
tem effectually, dispels colds, head
aches and fevers and enres habitual
constipation. Syrup of Figa ia th
only remedy of its kind ever pro
duced, pleasing vo the taste and ac
ceptable to the stomach, prompt ia
its action and truly beneficial in it
effects, prepared only from the most
healthy and agreeable substances, iU
many excellent qualities commend il
to all and have made it the most
popular remedy known.
Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50
cent bottles by all leading drag
gists. Any reliable druggist wha
may not have it on hand will pro
onre it promptly for any one wh
wishes to try it Do not accept any
CALIFORNIA HO SYRUP CO.
8AN FRANCISCO. CAL.
10UISVILLE, KY. HEW YORK, H.t
WILL KEEP YGU DRY.
Don't be fooled with a markintosh
or rubber coat. If you want a coat
that will ke-p you dry in the hardJ
est storm buy the Fish Brand
Slicker. If not for sale in your
town. writ for c j'alcfjue to
A. J. TOWh'R, H ,ston. Ma.
Silrfr'i Swli art H.irranUd U Troiitt.
S. WkUt. f..Ksr.vl!ie. I'a. i.ioulihn.-l tha rlt
lT (trowing 3.W ou.bela Saner corn: J. BriSr,
MiVirell. U In.. ITS b.i.h. harl.T. u4 P. SlBlirt. t
!UB!!i, lew, hi rrow'i.f .16 limn. Sailer a
i r t re. If ion dt iii.t, wt iralhcm. Wt wiiti u (als
Ijk.'iiiu new cii.tofii.ri. n-noa will i.n an trial
10 DOLLARS WORTH FOR 100.
II i'ktr of rare farm tetyta, Wag Psa, Sand Tstc,
t-rc. n heat,' HberD nans. Jerusalem Uoia. tlo., la-
tti iii-K ur msjumom "fit l tain(n, let nag ail
a -u it the fold pnies fr best a a sua Tr Mr i
new Biarveioua corn ana oat. "rnMigia, ,
r. in sample of larc. all mallM y aaoa
rwnelpt or bat JUe. pmtai, pMiuvtif
i x wrm m, Ui gel a atari. iw ooia,
tSiifrt f1 stt oca at (I 6" a hhl
.,1 pate- 'arii""t vUbit
!'!,. 1 1 hi
? How to cff.w wheat at 4fla bn. andlfll bui. oata
17 t.tin. ba.risj anil lflOO (ia potatoaa per intra
htWIKA fll'll URKAT CATAl.OUCB niaHafl fon
: II irrnaa icrd an mplea, w pon I ealpl or
I'll IH Ml I Ml-: nail li oenlt In atmaapa.
fjuriN i. nn.7.mi sfkd co., ii rnoaai, ri. (C.
N. N. U. NO. 477-6 YORK, NEta
THr.S WRITI?l6" Ti) ADVt.aTISBK
i' pl.-. aa j jrow aav tttm MlvartlasnBuil
n tbu pswr,
AND THEIR SROMeT, SURI
CURE IS THE 8AMC.
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