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The private detective ia generally
last about a wise as he looks.
Monkeys are great imitators of men,
Ml men are great imitators of mon
keys. The wise man generally wants to
try to strike a fair average with some
CauiMta la compelled to barhor some
sf oar la w -breakers, bat she is going to
bar ibe cigarette.
From all accounts, Mrs. Burdick
u ig lit hare sat for Burne-Jooes' picture
af ".he weuiau that did not care."
Tl.c remains of old Papa de Leseeps
must feel like sitting up In their grave
Wuthes tbese Panama Canal' resurrec
l uii days.
Of all the new word coinages for
wl;ih the newspaper mint is respon
sible, "multi-murderer" seems about
t'.ie most atrocious.
They are beginning to hiss Indecent
p'.ays from the Parisian stage. How
thtae things will draw when tbey are
brought ever bare.
Tbe American people stand squarely
with Dewey in his statement that our
navy is tbe bust in the world, whether
tbe statement ia true or not
Between tbe man wbo brags about
inability to remember names and the
man wbo boasts of his splendid mem
ory for faces there is not much choice.
It might not be so embarrassing to
be shaved by a lady barber. If a fellow-wasn't
all the time wondering
whether the lady barber was thinking
what a fool he was.
Toung John D. Rockefeller Is dis
tributing gold pieces amopg the poor
people of Mexico. Perhaps he has
found that tbe starving Mexicans un
derstand bis gold pieces better than
Us kind words.
For consumptive patients a medical
authority prescribes beef, in large
juantities. If the consumptive has
any heart trouble, however, all honor
able means should be used to keep him
from seeing the butchers bills.
Tbe famous men of history who have
poasassfd energy and decision were
lint men. When things went wrong
tbey did not air their grievances in pub
lic and grumble, growl and become pes
slmlstt. Tbey simply changed their
tactics. Tbey did not relinquish tbetr
purposes. Tbey knew what tbey wish
ed to do and tbey kept at It until they
It la a comfort to reflect that con
sumption has decreased 39.5 per cent In
Its deatb records since 1&40. Pneumonia
may be more devastating or not, but it
can never have the dread to its name
that consumption has had, for pneu
monia Is a disease which usually yields
to scientific treatment and the resist
ance fa good constitution, but con
sumption la nature's worst treachery
to humanity. The battle has been long
against It, but the results show at last
The story which the captain of tbe
excursion steamer, recently wrecked
on the Bermudas, told before the In
vestigating committee shows bow Im
portant may be the consequences of
a little thing. There Is a fixed light
at one end of the Island and a revolv
ing light at the other. When tbe cap
tain saw a fixed light be assumed that
he was approaching the end of tbe
island, where tbe fixed light ought to
be. But be discovered when too late
that through accident or lack of care,
tbe revolving light was out of order,
and when Its signal was most needed
save a misleading mesaage to tbe
Solomon's Temple was about seven
yean In building, but It stood for cen
turies. No one can estimate accurately
tbe life of a modern steel structure,
which comes Into being In remarkably
quick time. Ia a recent Instance m
New York an apartment hotel was
completed, leased and sold In tees titan
fourteen months after tbe purchase of
tbe site. Tbe actual work of con
srmctioa waa dona la less than ten
months, aftboofb this was a twelve-nda-half-etory
balldlng, which cover
ed a let seven ty-ooe by one hand red
feet tad contained more than two
laadred rooms. These marvels do not"
.xaae by chance. Every bolt and rivet
a pis ed and provided for before tbe
(peadatloa Is laid, and a perfect sys
'em controls the gaags of workmen,
wbo carry oa tbe moat diverse opera
tlaaa without fatting tm one another's
Tbere are three reasons wby one
vfat to control bis temper, and tbe
tost Is eetf-reepect. When one loses
sr. ma ad of himself aad throws tbe
X3m aaofl tbe aeck of passion, be
r ?y have for tbe moment a trtala
rrt la tbe llcoaae, bat tarn
A rarely caaw a reaction of regret
as Is ealas agate and tba ft has
j-J Sway, every sorloaa persoa
f ha asasiK af watt be said aad
1 tm Cl as e air la which
t-3-K-f away aad tSm axCSe
''ti of ISsmCL dfttla.
. t'ivmaonA oa te fataa af KM
" aSeaae wfcfch they
III pte3va sjwi
the soothing language which tbey
used, as if they were speaking with
baby, and the glances which passed
between them. He will not soon hold
again with them as strong as he did
lefore this outburst, nor will he have
the same claim upon their confidence
as a sound and clear-beaded man. He
has acted like a fretful, peeviab child,
and has for the time forfeited bis
title to mo ti hood and the place of a
Tbe only human being who finds any
pleasurable reflections in the contem
plation of tbe Burdlck-Pennell nasti
neat Is the confirmed bachelor. "Thi
I told you so."1 he can growl, trium
phantly, "what man of sense would
take the chances of running up against
a thing like that? And case like that
are common. The newspapers are si
wsys full of them. Deliver mr Yea,
the newspapers sre always fall of such
cases. But that very fart provee In M
self that such cases sre out of the or
dinary. They are news because in viola
tion of the regular order. Tbe myriads
of cases of marital fidelity and felicity
are too conimou to occasion remark. 1
marriage success were the exception In
stead of the rule, then that would be
demanded by the public in all Its de
tails, and the newspapers would be full
of sncb cases. So tbe crusty bachelor's
argument falls to the gronnd. It
grossly unjust to womanhood and wife
hood to tolerate for a moment the sup
position thst Mrs. Burdlck is ropreaeai
tative of her sex. In the millions of
happy homes of the land, loving and de
voted wives and mothers can contem
plate her confessions otily with a thrill
Why do authors, and especially the
younsrer ones, so often select subjects
which would he unfit topics for con
vernation? Are no problems worth
considering except those which have
to do with persons who have sadly
sinned In their youth? Have we not
had "Resurrections" and "Redemp
tions' enourrh already? I plead for
a revival of oure romance: for such
books as iiiall make u better bv
representing f'te ideal side of life.
Men are made better by tbe sight of
virtue rather than by the direction
of vice, says Aniory H. Bradford in
Booklovers Magazine. If I am told
that art muxt deal with things as they
are, I reply, true; and authors and
artists will, no uoubt, in spite of my
protest, continue to .-.- such su!
Jects as most appeal to them thereby
revealing both tbeir taste and charac
ter. Few of us need to be made to see
evil more vividly, but all of us re
quire reminding again and again that
pure love, happy homes, deathless de
votion are still to be found among the
common people, and may Ie the glad
possession of -all who will seek for
them. An artist may paint licarda.
spiaers, snakes, but It is better to
paint flowers, birds, happy children.
mountains, splendid clouds, and the
glory and beauty of the day.
miss Mary van orst, who spent
weeks as a factory girl and mill girl to
gain material for her book, "The Worn
an Wbo Toils," has emerged from her
strenuous experiences with the firm
conviction that every girl who can
should marry. It Is the modern girl's
disposition to take care of herself, she
says, that brings upon the factory and
mill girls the unalterable evils they
suffer. It is no new argument that Miss
Van Vorst offers. The right ideal for
the inspiration and development of the
mind and soul of the young girl is mat
rlmouy. The right state for the stimula
tion and fructification of the mature
woman Is matrimony. But that there
is a growing tendency among American
girls to remain single and shift for
themselves Is clearly evident. The fields
of employment for girls are overcrowd
ed, but girls patiently wait for openings
or even work at starvation wages, while
marriage Is the last thing they think of.
fib'tory is luminous with the great
dedes of women. Literature Is rich with
thought from women's minds. But
among the names of eminently great
women ef any period or any pursuit you
will look In vain for that of any old
maid. Joan d'Arc Is tbe one possible
exception thst emphasises tbe rule, yet
It must be admitted thst tbe world does
not know whether she wss married or
not. Anyway, she was little mere than
a child. A tree transplanted from Its
native clime and nurtured under un
natural conditions may live and seem
to thrive, but It Is not by such that tbe
richest fruit Is borne. And It Is the same
with a woman oat ef her natural ele
ment. A Great Man Worsted.
In an Interesting esse where Hufus
Cboate and Daniel Webster were both
retained by a Boston shipping bonse,
Mr. Cboate examined tbe witnesses.
He had before him In the witness-box
one of tbe ship -owners, whom be wish
ed to con fuse, sod consequently be be
gan by asking a long snd oomplex
George Francis Trsln, who tells tbe
story, says this question wound all
round tbe case and straggled through
every street In Boston.
"Yon say," asserted Cboate, "thst
yon did so and so, that yea went to
such sad each a place; after this yon
did so snd so, and then tbns and so."
Bat tbe man was an Irishman of
perfect nerve and so unshaken cool
ness. Mr. Choste went on colling up
his question aad tying knots In It;
aad when be bad qnlta tabbed tba
witness merely looked at him, sad
"Mr. Oboata, wM yea bo afthar re
nting that again r
Tat beach aad the enacts tori rosrsi.
Mr. Peats was wanted. Tat ha woa
Beat aaact e5ve their teeth.
Except in certain small sections the
raising of geese for profit is sn almost
untouched Industry, yet one In which
good money may be made If tbe work
is carried on Intelligently after obtain
ing the experience. This preliminary
experience Is essential, for tbe raising
ef geeee differs in many wsys from
raising chickens. While both docks
and hens are frequently used for
hatching goose eggs, the beat results
generally come from letting the goose
incubate her own eggs, care being
taken not to give her more than eleven
for a sitting. Tbe ganders artwpermlt
ted to mingle with the geese during
incubation mainly for the purpose of
protection when the goose leaves the
nest to feed. When the goslings are
hatched tbey should be kept Indoors
on an earth floor and given some kind
of green food to pick at as they will,
their main food, however, being a mix
ture of corn meal and bran, mois
tened and fed when It ma? be crum
bled up like bread. Water for drink
ing shonld be supplied in abundance,
but sn plsced that the young gnallngs
can drink without getting into 'he wa
ter and wetting their down, thus catch
ing cold. This is an important part
of raising young goslings. It Is essen
tial thst every effort be made to keep
the' goslings from getting wet snd
chilled when tbey sre young, and not
to crowd too many of them In a pen.
As the weather gets mild they should
be given access to grass, yet have a
shelter where they may go in case of
storm. Bymldsummer they may have
free access to a shallow stream. The
Embden breed, a good specimen of
a shapely ooosr.
which is shown In the illustration, Is
attracting attention because of its
hardiness, size and the quality of both
feathers and flesh, and to those Inter
ested In geese raising is worthy of
Poultry and KgTK.
The total number of chickens, Includ
ing guinea fowls, on farms and ranges
In 1900, according to the Government
census, Just published, was iKl.riltN.Oxr.;
the total number of turkeys, QSi'MJZtV!;
geeee, 5,67,83 and ducks, 4.mXA.
According to the returns received poul
try was kept on XH.H per emit of the
United fctates. The total value of the
poultry raised on fiirms and rnngi
In 1WW was I13J.81.77. "The proline-
of eggs In 18!W was 1.2!i.':.M!t,lHt
dozens, an average of 5.5 dozens per
chicken. Xo consideration was given
to turkeys, geese or ducks In caten
ating this average, as eggs from those
fowls are used mainly for breeding
purposes." The total value of the eggs
was $144,286,158, or an average value
of 11.2 cents per dozen.
Difference In Milker.
A cow may be made to shrink great-
la milk yield when left to a rough, un
skilled milker. This Is generally
known, and the practice Is common to
let the boys leera to milk by practicing
with cows which the owner Is ready
to dry up. But the deflalte cash value
of quick, gentls, clean work Is scarce-
realised. At one f the Western
experiment farms, where one of the
men was an especially skilled mlnker.
a record waa kept of tbe srerage dif
ference in product, as compared with
tbe other men, and It wsa found that
be waa worth nearly 110 a month
more, on aeeoant ef the extra milk
which be obtained. The milk waa also
richer, ewtag to his rare In getting all
tbe rich stripping.
Tllllas th Oardew.
Tbe garden should be tbe best tilled
part of tbe farm. Rotation should be
practiced as well ss In tbe case of
farm crops, because all plants will
grow better when tbey sre not made to
succeed themselves on tbe same soil
each year. Some provision should be
made so thst tbe horse cultivator can
be ased for weeding purposes, other
wise the garden Is spt to run wild with
weeds. Every family should have sn
abundant supply of smaH fruit as well
aa vegetables, for the reason that these
are healthier foods than too much
meet It oftea ha pes a that the garden
can bo made to be tbe source of con
siderable lnosae In addition to sup
plying tbe faatily wants. Iowa Home
stead. Wits te araj.
Mo data saa bo taai a pen, yet aprsy-
baf avast be daaa at tba rlgwt time If
tba tart main are to he obtained.
Tba rtM time la Immediately after
tbe ktoaaavM fall aad befare the ealyxea
af ta farm hag aypess eloee. if there
are belated Wasaaaas as tba trass after
tba treat auaa af btaoa baa fa9aR,do
not wait for nem If some of tbe
calyxes are cloving. If the trees do
not all bloom nearly together, spray
tbe early blooming trees first and then
in 'a few days spray the others. Hepeat
the application In one week or at the
latest ten days. C. P. tiiilette.
Cleaa Up the Para.
The necessity for clean. :ig up th
rubbish ou the farm and burning it Is
not entirely for the purpose of linprov
ing the appearance of the farm, at
though It should be done for this effect
If nothing else were to be gained. Iur
lng the winter large numbers of In
sects injurious to farm crops pass
tbeir time among the rubbish, snd are
genera I Iy in gsed shape early in the
spring to make havoc among the first
crops which appear. Therefore, If th
rnhbtsh Is gathered into neaps as early
In the spring as tbe work ran be dons
and tbe anass burned the Insects will
be destroyed. The work requires but
little time, sad tbe results sre so de
sirable that one ongbt not to hesitate
a moment about doing It. It mill pay
to get ont tbe hay rake and go all over
the meadows and the fields on which
stubble of any krad baa been left and
rake up the rubbish for burning.
To Protect Youag Chlcheas
Those who bsve raised chickens
know that one of the troubles with
which tbey have to contend la keeping
the little ones from being drowned by
the hard and frequeut showers ef ths
spring. Where brooders sre used this
trouble Is obvisted, but, on tbe other
hand, the chicks ought to lie given
some of the freedom of outdoors ss
early ss possible, so that even brooder
raised chicks ought to have a run In
the open air. The Illustration sliows
a design for a coop with a covered run
attached which will prevent any trou
ble with the chicks. This run may be
made so ss to attach It to the coop
when desired, and may be of any
desired dimensions. It consists simply
of a light frame covered with muslin,
the frame lwlng built on a slant In
the way shown in the cut. By having
hooks at each corner and eyes screwed
Into the corners of the coop this frame
may be attached In a moment. If the
day looks stormy, (Imply attach thi
covered run to the coop, and you will
Mien be certain that no harm will com
to the chicks should a sudden and
bard shower come up.
In Germany an Important Industry li
being established In dried vegetables.
At one factory in West Germany last
year, which paid a dividend of twenty
per cent, the following materials wert
dealt with: 150 tons of French besns
(sliced), 3H0 tons carrots, 140 tons sav
ory, fifty tons celery, 110 tons potatoes
Wl tons white cabbage, fifty tons on
ions, fifty-four tons turnips; total, 1.076
tons. This firm Is now doubling their
plant. When the factory was first start
ed only twelve per cent of the vege
tallies could be obtained locally, last
year thirty per cent was obtained In
the Immediate neighborhood of the fac
tory, and the tenants of the farms in
the vicinity have found it so profitable
to grow a supply of the raw produce,
ibnt they now have 125 acres under
cultivation fnr this company, and an
other fifty acres at a little distance
Jnecnl"ti Fcheme of I'lilllnz Pests,
To pull out fence posts easily, says
J. W. Iiysart, of I.a I'orte, Ind., take
a 2x4 scantling 3'i feet lung and lean
It against the post at a 45-degree an
gle. A Iron pin driven Into tbe top
enu to pass mrougn a llnK or tbe chain
rt l.LS A POST STRAtOBT TP.
will prevent it from slipping. Hsok t
chain close to ground, passing It np th
post over the top of the scantling
One horse will pull all ordinary posts,
as tiii a method will lift It straight up
Asparagus froes fee4.
Ity starting with rooted plants a
year ia gained. Hut wHh some farm
era a little money counts more then
a great, deal of time, and rather than
pay a couple of dollars for the root
they wll go without. Now seed early
In spring, in a bed by Itself, making th
ground rich, but avoiding weedy ma
nure. Keep down the weeds, and
transplant the sspsrague the following
year, setting them a good distance
apart and deep enough so that harrow i
and cultivators can be run over tn
surface. " Rait Is of no use, bnt nltrau
of soda Is one of tbe best chemical
manures. American Cultivator.
To kill weeds which bave perennla,
root stocks a German authority rec
ommends fallowing, ami early In thi
soring s Wiorougli and deep harrowlna
over of the land, after which tbe roel
stocks are raked and burned, for thi
eradleotlon of equlsetum or horse-tall
a thorough draining of tba son togethei
with cultivation sre snggeeWd. Fsr
tlllsers, particularly of Ibney ones, asi
recommended for to mho tin sorrel
Hell la whleh this plant grows abuad
antiy sre usually character teed by aa
add .fmdrton which iiaalges I be at
plies tloa af lima far Ms
OOVFRKD bus roa BICES.
REGISTER OF THE U. S. TREASURY
USES PE-RU-flA FOR SUMMER CATARRH.
Afflicts Men and
HON'. JCDHOX W. LYONS.
Kgitr of flic I'nited
.talea Treasury, in s letter
from Washington. I). ('., ssrs:
' AW Piruom to he an
icBtnt reareafr tor th cm
tarrht! Mttictioar, of tprtng
(at ummr, tmd thou wta
uttr from eVaressssa from
th hear th tummtr will
tlmi aw rm4y th tqusJaf
Pnm."-lu4toa W. Lyoma.
St man is better known in
the Ananrial world than Jud
son W. Lyons, formerly of
Augusts, os. His name on
every piece ef mnny of recent
dt mskes bis signature one
of for Binst familisr ones in
the I'nrted fttsre.
Twe tstsrsiths Letters rrsa
Miss Cstnills C.'hsrtier, 5
West Islington St., Bsltitnore,
"I-st u p p r gradually
sffrrted my digestion and
Bisd m miuriKU
suffering intensely st times. I
took severs) kiads of medi
cine which were proscribed hy
different nhvsicisna hut rill
continued to suffer. But the
trisi sf ont hottl of reruns
convinced roe thst it would
rid mt of this tnuihU i
continued Ukmg it for sTr.l
aad I in in xrsllsot health
gained ten pounds." Miss
Mrs. Kste Bohn. 111!) n'illn...kk.
Ave.. Brooklyn, '. Y.. writes:
Whn I wrnt Toil I waa IrnnhU.I
with frequent hssdarhe. diazy, Strang
feeling in th hsd, sleiilssnesa. sink
ing feelings, faintn snd numbness
Sometimes I hsd hnrthurn. My food
would riae to ray throst after very
meal. snd my bowels wer verr
'I wrote von for advice, anil I nnm
ske plesrur in informing von that m
improvement is vrv grest indeed. I
did not expect to improve so anirklv
At Norwegian state balls the
laries who intend to dance wear
white those who do not are expected
to appear In black-.
The IJev. iJr. Clendennin, of St.
Peters' church, Westchester, tells
this story about how he was uncon
sciously responsible for helplntj a
I notlss lliat them wbo gits angry
quilt; and 1 prefer to see a man
blaz like a kandle, if he must burn
than to see him smudge like a bun
dle ov wet straw.
GRIPPE HURT KIDNEYS.
Tba llnseriiig results of La Grippe remain with the kidneys for s sang time.
They suffer from over exertion snd the heavy drugs of drlpae medl-
uoaa-a Kidney Pills overcome this condition.
Aurora, Ntw Mexico. I received
the free sample of IVian's Kidney Pills
which I ordered for a girl nine years old
that was suffering with bed wetting, and
she improved very fast. The pills acted
directly on the bladder in her cse and
stopped the trouble. J. C. Li cero.
Batti.i Canes, Mien. My husband
received the sample of Doan's Kidney
Pills and baa taken two more boxes anil
feels like a new man. lie is a fireman on
the Grand Trunk R It , and Hie work is
bard on tbe kidneys. .Mrs. Geo. Gifforu.
PLrNT, W. Va. The free trial of
Doan's Kidney Pills acted so well with
me, I wrote liooff, the druggist, at Point
Pleasant, to send me three boxes, will) the
result 1 have rained in weight, as well as
entirely rid of my kidney trouble -My
water had become very ofiVnsive and con
tained a white sediment and cloudy. I
would have to ret up six and seven times
during the night, and then the voiding
would dribble and cause frequent at
tempts, but, thanks to Doan's Kidney Pills)
they bave regulated all that, and I cannot
Braise them too much. J as. A. Land ail
Is now ased throughout tbe United .States in the treatment of bog
cholera, swiae plague, ergot diseases, corn stalk disease, pink eye, foot
and Booth disease, scurvy, mange, Texas itch, leans and all germ dis
eases of domestic animals.
riepnelte la Clip Natleaal Hank of York, Nt., saa
MwiM State Maak, HhelHaa, leva., to be pa III la
aavaoe Avdtag aap f la ivllewlag trstlaioeisi aat
ajeaaiae. u ti u n u i it n
St. Paul, Neb April!, '.
(snllemen : Thla l to rerlifr that 1 hsv
used Mould goal thi nol diaeaw Id caul
sod believe H la be a ear lor Ihle dlaree
from tbefipertmenta 1 hare null, but be
lle It ought lo b used when In salmal
! Int laten wlih tl.e diaesae. And lor a
lie killer It esn't be beat hj snjrtbiui I
W. I.. 1.ITTI,K.
ward, Neb.. I 6, Vm.
Uanld goal, msnufsetnred and aoid bv
Msllonsl Mdleal Co., York, Neb, h. s ne
eaealijr lo an- farmere ra alnf sua-k several
inataueeeof llaamvienr? hart m under
say peraoft-: r.Ue. JOHN HAkVKY,
K Mayor, Heward.
Wanaa. Neb., bee is ltm.
Imnalder Liquid goal on if the I eat
artlelea lor all around purps on tbe
market, for ail tea sad lice In the chicken
boa sad for He oa calve and bora it I
th heel and cheapest thing I bsve ever
foaod. Uqnld Knsl one ht lo be on everv
lam. CHAM. BKItaANH AtigR. '
ColrldRe, Nab., Dc g, 1102.
lean say that -our L. K. la the beat In
sec destroyer tbst I ever oaed. It will not
lidnrs lbaacgswbsn need on aetiins hna.
Una It lha beat til sronad stock medl lne
that I ever hsd on lis place. I adrle
very farmer to keep a sapply on haiwi.
o. b uRorr.
Oae Qaart Oaa
&' Vi' !!
A tae Ss-paga M oa Qersa Dtsaa
Nation nl AlpHIrnl
- - - - - i-r-avaa
Hon. Judson W. Lyons.
aft r suffering for Bv long ytsrs. I in
feeliag vry good and strosg. I tbtnk
yea ssuch for ferans. I shall rvenm
mesd it to sll sufferiag with the effects
f catarrh, snd I ronsidfr it a ksusehnlil
blessing. I shall never be without
For those pass of rstarrh eectilisr
to summer Peruna will h found ealcs
rinua. Peruna cures catarrh in all phsaet an-t
If yon do not derive prompt snd sstia
fsctory reaiilts from the uae of Peruna
write it one to Iir. llartnian, giving a
full statement of your esse, and he wilt
he pleased to give you his valuable ad
Address Ir. Hartmsn, President of
The Hartman Sanitarium, Columbus. O.
We notice that almost every grate
result haz a small beginning.
The empire of woman is an em
pire of softness, of address and of
complacency. Her commands are
caresses, her menaces are tears.
"She lias wonderful conversational
powers," said Miss Cayenne. "Hut
she doesn't talk' a great deal." No.
I never knew anyone wbo showed
such discretion Id the selectllon of
things to be left unsaid."
Aching backs are eased. Hip, back, and
loin pains overcome. Swelling of the
limbs and dropsy signs vanish.
Tbey correct urine with brick dust sedi
ment, high colored, pain In passing, drib
bling, frequency, bed wetting. Doan's
Kidney Pills remove calculi snd gravel.
Iielieve heart palpitation, sleeplessness,
headache, nervousness, dizziness.
A kttAAVM tea.
! FcxTU-aiLBl-ai Co., Uuffato, S. V,
- r'''M mil ma trr ril box Posij's KJdser
! Pllla. '
: Name.. . ,.
Mstfloal Aavlc Pre. Strictly CeolMaothd,
Hartlnsion, rb , IS, lOJ.
National MedlralCo., Turk, H-h
bear -lr: I am a uaerof Liquid Koal and
am trell plMaed with It. 1 would not try
to do without li as I find It mmIijI In a great
manv wat a I bar had do tlrk h elnee 1
commenced lining u year ago. la my
opinion It la the heel snd ebeasetl hag
cholera prcvrmailv oa th market tods.
Ion an use thla aa vou wlah. Anyone
-inning to anow mora abo.il tais niaai
wrimm. KNOCK F.I.Y.
Seward, Nb , Nov. V, 1901.
To Whom It Mar Cnneera:
Thla la to rertilr thst 1 have bought tbe
third lot ol Liquid Knsl from the Nation
Medical Co., and think it the beat germ d
atrorer, sppritaer sud disinfectant that
hsvvriierd. I bsve had oers Inn ton
it on two different bona thla umsir fo
very aevare wonnda. and found It the he
snd cheapest remedy I ever tried; would
not be without u on mv pise.
W. B FEANCIS.
Delmnnl S. D.
1 hsv uaad your I. K , snd iblnk It la a
good preventive and dlnlnlMtanl. I ua-d
It aa a atrdlHn lor sll kinds of nock and
cbrckna. I bad two cowa ibsl war alok
B'i wonld sol eat snd I aaed L. R. snd II
helped then. I al-n used It aa a bet cholave
prevtatlv, and think it ia all right
u. u. Patrick.
It Tea Oalfaa Kea. wet nlle-
;;'-. ft mm.. 11",:;
II Oall.a., 1 par gat" S.
efAalaM- SmI ft aa Anliealla.
WtrjK FREE I
fifM Ma" Ui
rSwSsiJ with your
Ljf I or Ilia
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