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VOLTJME 3, NUMBER 13.
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Poultry Topics, mo....
Prairie Farmer, wk...,
Western Swino Dreeder, mo
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Kansas Farmer, wk 1.00
Practical Farmer, week LOO
Rooky Mountain Nows-TImte, wk
Nebraska Indnpondent, wk
Kansas City World, da. oxo, Sun.
Thricoa-woek N. V. World
Seattle Times, wk ,.
Clncinnnti Enquirer, wk
Atlanta Constitution, wk
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Tho Public, wk 2.00
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and Homo appears, aro not open to residents of
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If your rundown condition, constant
hoadachos or bneknehos, loss of sloop,
nppotite and flosh; lack of vitality and
general norvousnoss make you worried
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Luiiles Bros. Mercantile Co.. St. Louis. Moi
Is this "The Eesnlt of aa Iniyitable Process of Economic Evolution?"
"Tho Isle of Content, and Other
Waifs of Thought, by Dr. Geo. P. But
ler, M. D.; published by tho Erudite
Press, Concord, Mass.
"Fundamental Problems in Mone
tary Science," by Correa Moulan
Walsh; published by McMillan Co.,
Now York city.
"Gaston Griffen, a Country Banker,"
(concluded), by G. W. Ames; pub
lished by the Burr Printing House,
Franlcford and Jacob sts., New York
No Business There.
Corning (Ia.) Free Press: This office
Is in receipt of a personal letter from
a government employe in the Philip,
pines who states: "You're right on
the Philippine question. Wo have no
business hero and the men who have
been here tho longest most emphat
ically insist that the worst is yet to
come. There is restlessness and dis
satisfaction everywhere among the
natives, but we must all be quiet as
long as we're in tho employ of thd
government" Think of it, "the worst
to come." Then in this free country
where freedom of speech and freedom
of tho press are among the rights
given every citizen, wc have subjects
who must keep quiet as long as they
are in the service of this free (?)
country. Then we have slavery exist
ing under the dome of Manila. Do yon
believe it? But hold on, we are en
gaged in Christianizing these people
--with a shot gun. But you must keep
quiet about how it is done and how
we are doing it
THE AUSTIN-HA1S DEBATE
second edition, demonstrates Irrefutably, or
your money bade, that the "Balance of Trade"
boarttngly referred to in the republican plat
iorm, instead ol ennchngour country, is in real
ity a perpetual drain upon it's resources;
HxSenator Pettigrew says: "I have read with
much interest your Very Conclusive argu
ments that exports do not enrich a country."
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