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About The Sioux County journal. (Harrison, Nebraska) 1888-1899 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 15, 1898)
hi a tragedy, do matter how the
the beginning the American
ny haa bwi a source of pride, and
ll ti baiter now limn ever befuru.
A3 ii set gold that (liters, even in the
Qiflti regions. Returning argonauts
that a Urge proportion of It ia
tt artistic tat were to accommodate
pMtf to brutal circumstance, the na
mI hymn of Spain would be "Old
mtut hare very peculiar
bout punctuation. He ttarted
Mt with a Colon, mad'i a big dash and
MM to a full atop.
dtojr boys In blue down In Cuba hare
&rsry Queer Ideas of agriculture;
planted Spaniards, expecting to
Mm tha start and stripes.
Oat la Kansas the other day at a
Ml wedding twelve pretty girls whis
Gat "llsndelasoun's Wedding March."
EMf s a new way to put on airs.
Cfcafter hemmed In Linares and
Miey baated Orvera; perhaps H was
MS much to expect the Spaniards under
CM eircumstauces to remain unruffled.
New York newspaper artist who
tha Vesuvius half concealed by
smoke from her pneumatic
should administer, the gold curu
thing la apparent the Spanish
Cght better on land than on water,
arMeh la not only not their natural elo-
but Is particularly obnoxious to
In moat of lta forma
Am applicant for divorce tayt the Is
to tenth wife of her recreant spouse.
(Wore that defendant Is released from
favt tha judge should confidentially
tad out the real answer to that old
MMwdrum, "Is marriage a failure?"
Ktlser WUheJni telegraphed his con
fstences to President Faure over the
afergogne disaster. Why didn't be tel
Mraph to President McKluley? The
Ireachmen seemed to have saved tnem
Wtvaa, while American women and
Caleea kBled outright, the mortality
Mjtaf soldiers who take part in mod
am battles will certainly be smaller,
aw lag to Improved surgical methods,
Ma ia former wart. One of the prl-
l wounded In the battle before San-
was apparently shot through the
Mate. The surgeons took off the top
tato skull and found that the bullet
I gone In one side and lodged In the
tlte wall, without piercing the brain
The missile was taken out and
will get well.
Karlons still go to war and armies
tOO kill and wound all that is possible
af apposite forces, but mercy has kept
asjaal pace with the advancement of
geflltary science. Step by step with
Mm slayers march the doctors and
Mrs, Intent to tare where the others
Mid destroy. The hospital is pitched
sjrttfc the camp, and even an Invading
carries with It shlpt elaborately
1 up with medical and surgical ap-
, corps of surgeons and trained
and stores of delicate food and
for fainting stomachs.
at Is BO stretch of fancy to say that
tba industrial development of the
Etry, the greater use of machinery
than anywhere el He in the world,
la to be credited with the remark
able efficiency of the crews who man
Mr ships. This Is not saying that
sVaserican sailors have all served an
aaarentlcesblp In some mechanical em-
Cjrment. But officers and men have
ia drawn from a people whose eyes
sst brains have become familiarized
With Industrial methods. It Is a part
a the genius of the country to bare
. mechanical skill.
Titm nptneae " a quotation irom ine
f'ia Isaiah UL. 12 waa never shown
pm forcibly than In a speech recent
ff isjlisrnd In the Spanish Cortes by a
CtCtet deputy. After eloquently ar
I alas the government for their in-
r-jassty, bs closed with these words
(;sM Isaiah: "As for my people, chll
Czm an their oppressors, and women
Cm ewer them. O my people, they
a.tS-3 mm wee cause inea io err, ana
tM war of thy paths." The
' Crtos waa instantly la an uproar, and
rrj iTTBty, having refuasd to recall
( ll WCTt. was expelled for the remain
Lx at Oa aassioa.
Ct 1 wialMui of republics baa long
bmrai thane with writers Uv
3 aCar law en lightened form of
nwtxjaaaM tkaa aura. But now a
trrf stary oaa an frost that manar-
Cj lt&A. bf rsaaoo of Ms Unship to
r-v -s Mast aftoa felt privUsaad to
rrrps tight of criticism. Whan
l5r. IM teat who ptoed tha Brft
bctSto vtetory at Darghai, ratura-
f Utgtoai. m ivad psaadJai
f it asitliiii ato Vtotorhi enm
r MtaCsfa, aad aa hoaarabls
.tr 7Mtaraiy rartkabal.
J(Ji Z$3t t2i MflCM kM)
TtoBV CieBl, IM
- r i astata ar
1 rc--j, -3, Ct$t&py faaai
;. af MrWtjr.
f t ', f CM kt aaCJ
anee that awful personage, the Brltm
latter writer, waa turned looae. Nrwi
waa crowded front provincial papers bj
eommun U a-tloua from "Msgtisies1
ftx-ois" and "Humbled Patriot.- Th
tumult finally became so great tha
Ten penetrated the thk-k walla whlci
aurrouud the authorliiea, and a placS:
fur Findlatt waa found in lite rya.,
household. It not o:currti to
excited crPU u consider wii-ra 11. j
the blame for his action if bUuje tber j
be; r'iat a fynt'iii v.hkli throw at;
i --i-ju 'l .y j: .! !i rr:2g '
Hare iu America wereui-etulw r taene-roes
of our kipaul.-ih war promptly and gen
erously, and so far as our veterans aw
concerned, the fljjp ires of our pensioj:
roil are a standing refutation of tin
charge that republic are ungrateful.
For the murder of a woman in Mul
berry street, New York, five Itallani
were arrested. They had been only s
few years in this country, and the de
tectives decided to look up tbelr "reo j
ords," In the prefecture of police at '
Naples. It turns out that one of them ;
was convicted nine times. In Italy, oi
theft and blackmail; another, slxtee.
times, of assault, blackmail and at
tempt at murder; two others, six and.
nine times resiiectively, of variout;
crimes; and the fifth, twenty-one times
of assault, theft and attempt at mur
der. Of course It Is well for Italy that
another nation stands ready to taki
such scoundrels off her hands. But,
really, should we lose anything ex
cept a reputation for soft headed bos
pitality if we enacted imnilgratlot
laws that would keep them out?
Here Is a true tale from the Philip
pines and Spain: A nobly born Castil-
lan, gifted as a poet, living on his en
tate near Manila, was led by what h
saw of the Spanish mlsgovernment, t
sympathize with tbe natives in theii
aspirations for freedom." He wrots ,
some poems, expressing: his sympathy I
The Spanish government arrested him,
and took him to Spain for trial for trea-
son. Tbre he was condemned to death.;
At Manila he bad been engaged to,
m'rry the dauzhter of the German'
couHul-generaL The day before h an1 tho.T one and all hoped that ; what's the matter? Helpr be shouted,
was to be shot she arrived at Barce-','ne wou'd be true to her name aud not ' 1'0'' shadow had darkened, and
lona, where be was confined. Yielding come t0 an Inglorious end; but it was 1 'ory was granted the blessing of un
to bis and her entreaties, the command-: I'!a!n!T evident they did not look for J consciousness.
Ing general permitted them to be mar - aDy BUc a njlra'"le and would be al- j Then came tbe horrible days of walt
rled the next morning, standing on th most disappointed If the united pre-; lug for the official reports, and finally
verv ulace of execution. Five minutes di( tioD of H'e neighljorhojd should It was found that Jim was alive, but
later the command to fire was given, pr"Te nuirw
and the bridegroom was a corpse. Yet I N itl'tandlng tbe shadow of ber
some men say there are no more ra-;name lmle Cu'r! ,Qr!vp! and
mances. sweet and winsome that even passing
(strangers would stop to pat the crown
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In one of bis letters to the London
Chronicle, Henry Norman writes in
praine of the volunteer spirit that ani
mates the American people. He says
In part: "And look at the display o!
American patriotism. When the volun
teers were summoned by the President
they walkpd on the scene as If they
bad been waiting In the wings. They
were subjected to a physical eiaraint.
tlon aa searching as that of a life in
surance company. A man was reject
ed for two or three filled teeth. Tbey
came from all ranks of life. Young
lawyers, doctors, bankers, well-paid
clerks are marching by thousands in
the ranks. The first surgeon to b
killed at Guantanamo left a New York
practice of $10,000 a year to volunteer.
As I was standing on the steps of the
Arlington Hotel one evening a tall, thin
man, carrying a large suit Ci;se, walked
out and got on the street car for tlx
railway station on ills way to Tampa.
It was John Jacob Ator, the possftx ,r
of $1,(hio.000. Theodore Roosevelt's
Rough Riders contain a number of the
smartest young men in New York so
ciety. A Harvard classmate of mine,
rising young lawyer, is working like
a laborer at the P.rooklyn Navy Yard,
not knowing when be may be ordered
to Cuba or Manila. He is a naval re
serve man. ana sent in bis application
for any "post from the stokehole up
ward." The same Is true of women.
When I called to say good-by to Mrs.
John Addison Porter, the wife of tbe
secretary of the President, wboe
charming hospitality I bad enjoyed,
she had cone to Tampa to shin hm a
nurse on the Red Cross steamer for
the coast of Cuba. And all this, be it
remembered. Is for a wsr in which the
country Is not in the remotest danger,
and when the ultimate summons of
patriotism Is unsoken. And these are
but a few of very, very many In
Thls must have been Intense- j
ly interesting to EurojK-sn renders. Of
course. thy cttn have 110 id. of a
spirit like this. With their limited vi
sion they cannot see beyond tbe con
script idea. They also have an Im
pression that the volunteers cannot
make n stand against trained soldiers.
That's another wrong Idea, based upon
ignorance. The fact of tbe matter is,
there are but two nations where love
of country In Its truest sense prevails.
America and England, these two. Their
soldiers fight, not for pay and not far
glory, but because they love their coun
try. In this sentiment is tbe strength
of tbe Anglo-Saxon race.
Pe irt-ltar ns; ro.
Twenty yesrs ago one Abraham
Johnson, a colored man, came to
Charlestown Township from Rait!
more. At the time It was thought ha
was suffering from conKumptlon, as he
was afflicted wltb a constant backing
cough. This morning be had an attack
Which threatened strangulation, and
by a supreme effort released something
froai his throat, which proved to he s
beautiful pear shaped pearl. The won
aar caassd whea Johnson explained
that daring Ms residence on the Cast-
am Chars af atarylaad his diet waa
satte system. The gem found a lode-
Meat hi his throat and ratal nod its do-
atttoa aaJ rttosst4 Oraad Rapids
mum yaaag mm Taiaateeri, aad
fcsvaf fat Ca baat, H Is aaay to pktt
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Hi: civil war had l)een over just
ten years when Glory Price was
They called her Glory because, when
her soldier father had. with awkward ; to you soon," and, not daring to trust
tenderness, first titken the warm Utile j himself further, the strong man pas
bundle Into h:s one arm. he had g'anc. d j g'onately kissed the tear-stained face
up at the bullet-riddled ting that al- and was gone.
ways hung almve the family uian'el 1 She could not shake off the strange
and gald softly: "Margaret, I nearly
gave my llfo for "old glory' aud you
011 uul PaVt' i'ours tor uauy; suppose
we caU 1,,r 'litlIe Glory'"' and the
Kntle mother had answered: "All
rJ--'ut. n3oha' be snail be our little
Tlj neighbors had said It was a silly
ort t ntuic; that Harriet or Susan or
eTen a incy name llae Rose would
oaTe eone beautifully with Price; but
tbeT tor th'''ir lrt never knew a child
witil Uf!h a fool name to come to any
u tuws BUU 8ale ,ul lue Pr-
Nothing pleased ber childish fancy
more than to hear tales of the uphold
ing of the old flag, and oftentimes with
shining eyes she would stroke the emp-
"HEARD THE NEWS f HE
ty sleeve and look op into the weather-
beaten face she loved so well and won-
der "what a little girl like Glory Price
could ever do to serve her country."
"lie a true soldier's daughter," ber
father would reply; "for some day tbe
union may need strong men and brave
women again, you know."
ine years came and went, bringing i
with them a rare and perfect woman
hoT"? for tbe old soldier's daughter.
Hli was still (.lory Price, for to one
after another 'she had said "No."
scarcely realizing that ber heart was
aflot with one wbo was serving tinder
tbe old flag, until she read that tbe bat
tlesalp Maine Jim's ship bad been or
dered to Havana harbor to protect
American Interests there. Unshed
leajs trembled in tbe blue eyes at the
thought that perhaps she should not
se him again, and, startled at what
sb read In ber own heart, Clory flung
beisclf upon ber little white bed In
at agony of tears.
Uut Jim did come. Just to say food
by and. as be strode un to the old Pries
bo.aeaiead, (Jury thought him the
handsomest and bravest looking man
she ever saw.
Before be left be bad won her prom
Is to be bis bride upon bis re tarn, and,
laughing at ber fears, assured ber that
sciMlIng tbe ship was only a precaution
ary measure, and his absence would
not bs long. ,
ft waa a sweet aad m4 parting, fastr
happiness so newly found, their separ
ation sa saaa. -
"I go, my dsrllag," he Mid, tendertr
"la flgat far tha eM lag U
- .a. - ..i.;;i - .;r..;fA:i.Mi - iL -
and then my reward will be the sweet
est Glory that ever was given to man.
You will l true to me, will you not,
dear, and Ood grant that I couie back
forltoding that would n.t leave her un
til her father Jocoxely asked why find
ing a lover had made his Glory so dim.
lime passed, still the shadow of 111
seemed never to lighten.
On that February morning when the
world was appalled at the horrible dis
aster to the Maine Glory went Into the
i kitchen to give the order to the grocery
"Heard the news?" lie Inquired, ex-
j cltedly; "battleship Maine Is blown up
i nd everybody on tward is killed but
borrlbiy mangled and burned, and
Glory knew from the dispatches that
be was maimed for life.
Honest John IYice aud hit wife griev
ed over the change In their daughter,
who was but a ghost of ber former
At last a letter came from Jim, only
two or three blurred Hues, and then
Glory seemed to change.
With almost a return of her old-time
brightness, she went about her house
hold duties until the twilight came, and
then, drawing a parent on either side
of her. Glory began, half -timidly:
"I want to ask you IkjUi to consent to
my marrying Jim as soon ns he returns.
1 wutit to care for this mangled and In
Jured one and nurse him back to what
health remains for 1dm; I
to I true to him. I meant it" and
she looked pleading,, at bolh
' ' " U':"T, "IT
port you, and probacy not himself,"
InierpOhed her niothej.
"No. mamma, I hist thought of that,
but It Is no burden re t.are for those we
love, and I am strong syid young, be
sides our great and generous Govern
ment will find some alcbe for the wife
of a Maine suffer, to fill; I am not
afraid to try and I jgill succeed," and
In the light of the wly rising moon
tbe upturned face was angelic in Its
sweet nt-ss and punty.
"I want to be tarried beneath tbe
old bullet ridden nag my namesake,
you know-for you iw your Utile Olory
has found something to do for be
And so It was all settled, snd whei
Jim Is able to returs, to the New En.
gland Tlllsge among tbe hills be will
And waiting what be bas already wot
Olory-hls bride, a soldier's -laugh-ter.
Emogene Msnebester ia Chlcaga
PoaalatloBj mt Raeopa,
Fifty yean ago tM population af
Rnrope was a boat 160,000,000; It Is to
day MBalderaUg arar MaoOOUWq
Wall Of tba Kaa Who Carree tor a
"A Veteran" writes to the Listener
of the Boston Transcript to complain
of table manners in these later days.
Incidentally protesting against tbe
bard lot of the father who has to carve
for a large family: "In the old way w
are taught to wait uuul the carving
and helping was done before beginning
to dispose of the food, out of respect to
the carver, anj so that he might have a
chauce to get something to eat and not
cuioe out behind all others at the table,
but modern 'table manners' seetu to
have changed all that, and if the carver
gets anything to eat be is lucky. Mod
ern table manners also do not appeal
to regard It aa any way inappropriate
to have a newspaper at hand to occupy
the time at table. Tbe old way was
to occupy the time in lively conversa
tion, and reading a paper or book waa
disrespectful. Id modern table man
ners there seeinis no Incivility In light
ing a cigarette at the table or In ad
Journlug to the hall to smoke one while
Uie table Is being cleared for deawrt.
Tbere are many other Innovations In
modern table manners which might be
noted, but I think many of the old
Tbe Listener gives the old grumbler
comfort. "It Is a quT father of a
family who expects to carve and get
anything to eat The slae of the roast
may te sUnply prodigious, but, even if
the young people at the table who were
first served do not come around for a
Stt-ond helping by the time the hist per
son is served the first time the roast
will pnJably by that time have got
into the shapel"ss and refractory condi
tion peculiar to roarfis, wh'ch will in
ellne the carver to content himself with
a little bread aud gravy or at lea.st to
take the edges off the pangs of hunger
with something of that sort, while he Is
organizing a second assault on the
roast for the benefit of the others."
Not All the tinld in Klomtika.
Within my little cottage
Are esce and warmth and light,
And luting welcome waiting
When I come heme at uiglit.
The piilinhed kettle's steaming,
Tbe nuy cloth is spread
And clot again! my shoulder
There leans a smooth lir D bead!
tier eyes are lit with laughter
(They light tbe world for nie)
"I or how uiui h would you sell u7
Now, tell me, air!" cries she.
'Tis then 1 answer, ouichow,
Between a siuile sud tcttr:
"Not for all tbe gold in Klondike!
' Tbe gold in Klondike, dear!"
When the cozy tea Is over,
Wltb many s frolic fond,
1 sit and read my paper.
And from tbe room beyoaa
I bear tbe ( link of china,
Tbe tread of nimble fel,
And broken bits of singing
That somehuw ripple sweet.
I besr a ruh and rustle
Behind my nuty cbsir;
Short, cbubly arms enclasp lae
And choke me uuaware!
Into my arms is tumbled
A criukled folden head,
A bail of fluffy whiteuens
That ought to be iu bed.
She SNks ber mother's question
I kiss th answer clear
"Not for all the gold In Klondikel
Tbe gold in Klondike, dearT
In dim and dnsty offic
I dig my bits of gold;
I suffer hot ib hunger
Nor ierih w ith the colJ.
My nuggets need be tiny
I I dig them w ith a pen).
But tbe Yukon's golden grsrrl
I leave for other lueu.
My trensiire lies exhaustli-m.
My claim is staked with sr;
What is all the guid in Kl iudik
Since I'm love's millionaire?
The two men approachd each other
and spoke as follows:
"Hellole man, wutz news?"
"Noth'n tallter know of. 7,ber wife
got baa kyet?"
"No. Spwtnerbank never train.
Wonn chav some'm?"
"Mulcher bligeder Jus tad one. How
"Oh. bout BhusunJ. Snl sweather
"Certain Hz. But fdone train farmer
slaver bard timer) her wheat Say,
gotcher hor soce aluter fraidether car
"Ob, yessezer gentlezer lamb now.
Whenzbcr brother goluter sclly zouse?"
"Roony zeek'n finer mantle pnze price.
fiawful hard nowter sell anything
"That srlght. Jerreck'n thing stoose
snupper little this fnll?"
"Yesser giuwa thrlzen wheat'U may
, , , '
"All H- ehew .lih.n
. ... ..
"I wtIL Oladtei' metcber."
No, son, this Is neither Beotch, Irish.
Creole, New Englund, Wild West, Kip-
nng-Amerlcan, Georgia Cracker, Bow
ery or Craddoek-Moonshtuer dialect; It
Is simply the English language as she
Is spoken every djy In any town In the
United States by Ae average American
citizen. Detroit free Press.
An Kttraor liniy Kle trio ( look.
An e-trlc cloc has Just been erect
ed on the southeast side of Piccadilly
Circus, Iondon E A trlo lamps are fixed
along the moving 'aauds and there are
electric stars flxvl st each figure. The
clock Is worked on the Synchronous
syndicate's system. In conjunction wltb
a number of othir clocks.
Oat of itte t rying Pan.
79-year-old torer at Cor en try,
England, finding as tbe wedding day
drew near that be bad not money
enough to pay tas expenses. drovn.i
himself la a pocd.
After a man reaches 70, be begins to
get small and dwindle away almost aa
Mat M a cake af anew.
TO MBS. PINKHAH
Trom Mra. Waltar B. Budd, of Pat
ohoffua, New York.
Mrs. Bctjd, In the following letter
tells a familiar story of weakness ana
suffering, and thanks, Mrs. Plskhana
LjI cjj. '.Ei'e relief:
M Duv Alts. Pisam: I think It Is
g, w my duty to write
has done fo
ne. I feel lika
bad such dread
J on top of my'
: bead, that I
crazy; wrus also
weak; my left
side from my
ed me terribly. I could not sleep for
the pain. Plasters would help for a)
w hile, but as sxn as taUenoff, the palai
would be just as bad as ever. Doctor
prescril)cd medicine, .but it gave me na
" Now I feel so well and strong,
have no more headaches, aud no
pain in si la, and it ia ail owing to
your Compound. I cannot prai.se 11
enough. It is a wonderful medicine
I reenmmeud it to every woman X
Aiiacfc) by Humming itlnt.
In the island of h nor one of th-j
Pliilippines, tlie h'liii'ning birJa are
pugnacious little crec-tur. An Amer
ican hunting p'rty iial a novel ex
perience witli them. One of the hunts
men wandered off (rout his comrades,
but soon his screams were heard.
Thousands of the humming birds had
attacked him, and wouodrd him in
hundred of spots on Ms fa -e and net k.
When rescued he was streaming with
Confine your tongue or it may confine
AMERICAN CAME PICTURES.
For Ilccoral on of tlome.
Probably at no time in tbe vorld's his
tory baa as much sDentiou ln-cu paid ta
tbe interior decoration of hornet at
(iresent. No borne, no matter bow bum
ble, ia without its handiwork that helps
to besutify tba spsrtmentx and make tba
surroutidinga more cheerful. The lists
of tbe American people bas kept pars
with the age, snd sltnjst every day bring
forth something new iu the way of a pie
lure, a draping, a piece of furniture or
other form of mural decoration. One oE
the latest of then h bt-eu given to tbo
world by tbe ce;brated art.st, Mufilie.
Is s series of four handsome porcelain
gm plaque. Not for years bas any'
tiling as baodtotne In this line hem seen.
Tbe subjecis represented ly these piiiies
are American wild duks, Am-rirasi
pheasant, American qusil and English
snipe. Tbcy are hsndnnuie paiiitiugs sad
sre es;ecislly designed for banging ob din
ing room walU, tbotigb their ru bnes aa
beauty entitles them to a place io tbe
parlor of any borne. Tbeoe original
platjurs bse tjeen purchased at a cost of
IWM" by J. C. If ubiugi-r II-o. Co., msa
ufscturrrs of the tObrated Klsstie
Ktarcb, and iu order to enable their iititn
erou runtoiuers to becuujc poeors ol
lbc-e hHudoui works of rt they bsva
bsd )hem rcprodmeU ty a pec;al process,
iu all the rich colors snd lrau)y of tha
original. They r finished on besvy,
cardboard, pressed and embossed in tha
shspe of a plague aud trimmed with a,
heavy hand of gold. Tbcy unsure fort
iiiibes in circuni.'creiice sud contain ce,
reading matter or advertisement what
I'utll Oct. 1 Messrs. J. (,'. Hubingri
Pro. Co. propose to distribute ihr-sa
pls(jues free to their customers. Krry
purchaser of three ten-cent ckign of
Kiastic fttarch, flstiroD brand, luanu.'sc
lured by J. C. Ilubiuger lira,. Co., is ta-j
tilled to reielve one of tlime bsndsoms
Jilsijm s free from their grm er. Old scd
new customers alike sre entitled )o tba
benefits of this off..r. These- plaques will'
Mt be sent through the mail, the only
way to obtsin tbem tieing from your grt
cer. fcrery grocery siore in iho
bs Klastlc Utarch for sale. It i. the nlriJ
est sud best laundry starch on the market
sud is tbe most perfect cold process starch
ever Invented. It is tbe only starch ..,.,).
I'J tnen who tlml-cim-Vr ,,,..1..... ...I ,t..
Klnniidry business, ad )be only starch Ihsl
Will not injure the fin.-st fshric. It ha
beei) the stsndurd for s quarter of a cen
tury and ss so evidence of how good it Is
twenty-two million packages were sold
lst far. Ask your dealer to show Ton
plaques snd tell yotl about Klsstis
r-isrcn. Accept to substitute. Bear Is
mind that this offer holds good a short
lime only sod should be takes sdvs stage
of without delay.
Batistes with colon?.! grounds will be
coVred with loose floral ties gns. ,'
... lBto To'hoes '
IZ tJi CVTl f"'"tu'. "wollen, smsrt
Ing feet and Irslaotly take, the stlne
out of corn. .d bunion. It's t , great-
L?w .iE'? n"k" "Kht-flttlng or
" easy, it . .
'or wlg. callous snd hot,
tired, nervous, aei.in. .
d.r Hold b, .11 Vlriliriru!- "J, "
tores. By man . 2..7 " ""u l'""
nacksge KRKK. Address Allen fl i
sted, U Boy, N. Y A"n 8' 0I"
The most pioti. clmn-ii v.
21oto! tftai. TOT r-" "
ansa, aiiars pals, eutsaelsg sells, awtotils
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