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Barsapnrilla as a blood purlflor and build
tag up uiodlclno lends everything over
produced. Itiaiositivcly tbo best. Others
may niako thu unnio claim. But there's
this difference: Woprovoit. Not by an
tiquity, but by Merit, Not by vrhat
wo say, bw but by
What t -- M Hood's
Barsa- Ba43l wPm Par,llft
doos. LIBI It has
rcc- '-l ord of
Cures unequalled in medical history.
It positively, perfectly and permanently
cares when all other medicines fail.
That tho keen discrimination of
tho pcoplo recognizes its merit and
the cures by Hood's
to tho ox
Hood's Sarsaparllla has a larger salo than
all other blood purifiers. It wins con
fidence everywhere becauso tho state
ments in its advertising and testimonials
are verified by all who tako it. No other
xnedicino has ever received such praiso, or
bo many voluntary testimonials of won
derful cures. No other medicine possesses
the peculiar combination, pro), tlon and
process used in preparing Hood's Sarsapa
rllla, and which glvo it merit peculiar to
itself. This is tho secret of its wonderful
power, of its wonderful sales, of its won
derful hold upon tho confidence of tho
people. This Is why it cures Scrofula,
Salt llheum, Catarrh, Rheumatism, all
Humors, Kidney and Liver troubles, Dys
pepsia, Thnt Tired Feeling, builds up tho
nerves, creates an appetite and strengthens
tho w holo system. Its merit, its sales, its
Mako Hood's Sarsaparllla tho One Truo
Blood Purifier. Sold by all druggists, f 1.
Prepared only by C. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass.
Hnnrl'o DSIIc "10 ,,est family cathartic
I1UUU & fills mi iVcr stimulant. Kay
to tako, cay to operate. All druRiditt. 25 cents.
Hi i) Cloud, Ni n. Murch 120 1890
Ti'o following if) tho wenthor
foructbtrf fur tho nu.t 21 hours:
Snow, unrmrr loiilulil ami
V W. Cow den, Local Manogor.
Notk Tlieeo fnrecnfitR will bo (lis
plnj i'd daily in every postotlluo in Web
county. A Elnru OilVr.
Tho publiHlietfl of Tin: Xi.iiuaska and
Kansas Faumi it Imvo deciilotl to mstkn
(ii:r.AT iNDici.Mi.M' to people to work
for thu p.ipur, r.: To tlio person Bond
ing in tho InrgoHt nuiubor of yo.irly sul
Bcrib'im l)tvnen Pobruary '20, 18!)(i, mid
July 1, lS'Jii. to mako suiil porfioii n pres
ont of it l.lO'J sn.vr.ii watch, mid to tho
second l.iri'Ht iiutnburn present of a $10
watch . i'hfl'Il 1 it Kohl ring worth 8'r.
In addition to tho pivsttntH u cash
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Biiiibcription co obtained.
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for nulncriptl 'lis. Writo for tonus to
Single bubfuiiptiotm one jour, nOconta.
CltibB of 2-"), ono jour mich . ..'-" contfi
Clnliu of W), ono j oar enoh 20 cents
CluliBof 75, (inn j ear oacli 15 cunts
Clubs of 100, ono j oar ouuli 10 uonts
Sent to any part of tho Unitml ytatcs.
AiUliess all coinniunicatioiiH to
Tin: Faiimkii Co , Publishors,
lttil Cloud, Nubrasltn,
Sriutlv 3ttieiunutl'iii :urt'd.
L. WugniT, Wholusiilo DruggiHt, Utoh
monu, Vrt., cays: "I had a fturfal attuok
ofScintio Hlioimintimn, was laid up al
most two moniliK, wni fortimalM enough
to got MYSlIO CUUIM'OU UHKUMA
TIHM. Thii. imied me aft'T dortur'i pro
scriptions hnd failed to lmvi ati etTeot.
Sold by II. K. (Irlou druggint, Itd Cloud.
A Ciood rami for Sale.
Pour nnlPH north-wost of Roil Cloud,
containing 100 acros. TorraH roasonuble.
Apply to Mrs. Jiib. Kirkwond, Fuirfnx,
Atchison county, Mo. 15 Om
Lnst season Ike L. llsll. drnggist of
West I.olinnou, Indiana, sold four gross
of UtoimObrlitin's Colie, Cholera and Din
rrhwt it nml j and says evtiry ottlu of it
gitvn ii r tut natlsfnution. I'm salo by
My lug inlllinory ntock will bo horo on
Monday next, and will bo opn for tho
inspeti'i "f lite ladles of lied Cloud.
Mm. E. 1. Uicknkll, The Milliner.
" " " " TTSia --L
Taken from Tlii! Neliraika anil K.tnsAS l'armer.
In my remarks I do not deslro jou to
understand that I bolicvo alfalfa, kaillr
corn or cano or inj' other crop to bo ab
solutely sure each anil tivcrj jear, orj
do I buliovn tho country has a location
on this glubo that knows no failure.
Rut this I do bclievo, that according to
tho otomal tltncss of things, some
kinds of crops nro better adopted to
this country than others. Alfalfa, kufllr
corn ttnd cane, all llrst class forngo
producers, kufllr corn mid cano boiug
good grain producers ns well, and when
onco fairly tested and their nutritious
qualities fairly understood, by us, thoy
will grow in favor jour by year, nnd my
exporionco in raising them has sntiatlod
mo that thoy tiro fur surer than Indian
corn and cun bo fod to just an good ad
vantage. I placo tho in all three in tho
satno class as regards their adaptability
to withstand our olimato and hot dry
woathor of July nnd August, nnd mature
their crop. Tho yield pur acre is im
monso. Alfalfa is tho plant of nil others
that is neodod in this country. It not
only furnishss the best of pasture, both
lato and early in tho eonson, but from
throe to six tons of tho best hay por
aero ouch year for nil kinds of stock, uud
when onco sot in, is u porinanont lixturo
and becomes a part of your roal estato.
How long I cuunot say, but in plain
eight of my house is a picco seeded sev
enteen yours ago by Dr. Smith, that
looked last Benson jnst as green and vl,.
orous iib it over did and for j curs it was
fen ccd ns a hog pasture, and pastured
mid pastured in seuson nnd out. Al
falfa not only furnishes an nbundanco of
hay and pasturo of tiio very best quality
but owing to tho iuinieuso depth which
tho roots penetrate, uud bringing from
tho subsoil its feed to support its nu
morous branches and foliage, makes it
ono of tho best soil ronovators and for
tilizors, and ono of tho most essential
farm products needed on tho farm.
Thoro is not an intelligent farmer in
tho country today, who has not
asked liitnsolf time nnd ugain what tho
result would be, this constant cropping
tho oanio ground, your after year, with
out any rost or return to tho holl. Our
farms uro liko a pocketbook, If jou
keep taking out and nuer put any
money in, you will soon como to the
bottom. The enmo way with jour farm.
Sotno farms cun stand it longor than
others. So cun bguio pockutbooks, but
this cotiBtnnt drain will eoonor or lator
empty oither ono or tho other. What
clover has done for the oust I believe
alfalfa will do for tho west, known us
tho soiui arid belt, whon it has boon
Hut thoro has boon so much written
and Btiid about alfalfa, the way mid
timo to prepare tho ground, tho amount
of seed to bow and way to bow it and tho
timo to bow it. You hnvo nil undoubt
edly rond ditTuront urticles on tho wuy
of Feeding it to make u bucccss. Soma
advocate fall plowing. Othors say
spring is just ns good, but oubaoil. Sotuo
say thirty potiNtls of seed to tho acre
and sow from tho first to tho middle, of
Maj, but bosuro to wait until thoro is
no danger of frost.
1 boliovo thnt u largo amount of thoso
rumors, eithor in printed matter or oth
erwise, originated from theory nnd not
from any experimental know lodgo in tho
business. Hut, I learned years ago that
thero was n big risk in Bowing it nnd
haing a good stand ono year from tho
time it was sowed, mid I doubt not that
thoro are a largo number that huve
had tho sumo exporionco. Tho sood
caino up und ovorything lookod lovely.
Every few dajs wo went out to seo how
it was coming on mid noticed thnt it
looked thinner und thinner until it hnd
Miuishod, or so nearly so that it would
not pay to louvo it, Now, whnt was tho
trouble? The seed wus good or it would
not huve como up. Nothing wrong thero
but whoro was it? I tell you it you hnd
watched vory closely in thoso hot wind
days in Muy nnd June that tho littlo
leaves woro burned so dry uud dead thnt
when you touched thorn with your fin
gors thoy would huvo powdorod up.
When they 'got so dry, tho wind blows
thorn into frugnionts mid jou cannot
toll whoio they have gono to. Thous
and of acres huvo bu'un Inst nnd tiio
fanners discouraged, so that it took
yours boloro thoy attsmpted ugain.
Some got a. good stand, Tho locution
jS-,..-Ssw-''-,--',' . - "' .-&: rJ:Z''jZzia-
CLOUD, NEBRASKA, 1MARCII 20, 1800.
has a groat deal to do with it. This I
soon discovered to bo a fact, that whou
it was just out of the ground until it
was two or three indies high and por
hops more, it was viry lender, und dry
hot days with high winds had a vory
VlfutiiiLMii;: cfiect on it nnd caused nmro
loss of j oung plants than nil tho other
cuuscs -combined. So 1 adopted oarly
sowing togothor with a small amount of
spring wheat or oats, suyouo-hnlt bushel
to tho acre, to protect the young plant.
Ily Bowing tho lust of Murch or first of
April, tho plnnts got lurgo enough by
tho timo hot wonthor comes to atnnd it
much bottor. And ns regards its freez
ing, I huvo novo hnd nny hurt by early
plunting uud whilo young, nor have I
over mot tho mnn that has. I consider
it fully as hurdy us clover whon young,
und much moro so whon ono or two
years old, uud I should cortninly rocom
mend spring whoat or oatn with it on
land that is woll protocted on tho south
by bluffs or timbor, becauso tho whoat
or outs will grow faster than the alfalfa,
and protect it from tho wind, which is
liublo to bioak it off by whipping it bnck
und forth, thus killing it. And if your
grain or weeds should grow vory runk
nnd thick it will bo necessary to run
your mower over it us it smothora out
vory easily tho first season. I consider
that 15 pounds of seod is just as good iib
thirty. 1 have tried both und the pieco
having llfteon pounds to tho aero is as
thick and good as can well grow, while
thn on which I sowed thirty pounds is
so truck tfint it will dio ont, tho stronger
plantB smothering tho weaker as thoro
13 not room for nil. I Bowed twonty
uerofl sovoral jears ago with olovon
pounds to tho ucre, mid it was a good
stand. Moro than fifteen pounds I
consider n wasto of Boed if tho Beed is
good, and if it is not good hotter not
bow it at all. In 6owing do not coor
too deep. A light burrow, u brush or n
rain wliero tho ground is mnllow, is suf
ficient. I would recommend rolling
after it had got fairly startod, say two or
three inches high. Do not plank it ns
thu wind will blow tbo tine soil and un
cover tho sood. Bettor leavo it us tho
harrow loaes it, tho teeth mnrks will
piovent the ground from boing blown
awuy. Many farmers may Bay, "Oh, yes,
for jou fellows thnt aro on tho bottoms
alfalfa is nil right, but wo can't till have
bottom hind." Very truo, but I beliovo
if jou cuu't hnvo bottom land jon cun
liuvu alfalfa all tho sumo if you wish it
bud enough to try. My faith in it is bo
strong tliut I oowod sovonty ucros lust
spring on high land, nnd vory rough at
that, and no ono could ask for u better
prospect than thnt is today. A woek
ago I biiw a field on the farm of Mr.
Joseph Hunter, of Nuckolls county. It
was on a high knob mid quite steep to
tho apex from threo sides, yot as lino a
stand ns ono would wish. Also another
pioco on tho furm of Mr. HoDry Wach
man of thin county on high ana rough
laud that is good enough for anybody.
So I am cominced that with proper
euro in sowing thut tho farmor on tho
high prmrio neod not bo discouruged,
but try a pieco. Plow jour ground the
fall lioforo nnd plow it good nnd deop.
give it time to so.tlo by spring. Lot tho
stock run over it. In tho spring run a
diso uvnr it to mollow tho top. Luavo
tho subFcil firmly packed. Sow tho last
of Murch if wenthor will pormit. Sow a
half bushel of spring wheat or oats with
it. Mow it two or threo Union tho first
seuson. Do not puBturo it, although I
do not think pasturing detrimental IT
proporly done. With u good uvnrngn
yoar if you do not got n good stnnd and
koop it you cun conclude I nm talking
through my hut. Ono thing moro bo
fore I leave this subjoct. Tho pocket
gophor is the common onemy of alfalfa,
and for yours I was up u stump an ro
gnrds gotting rid of thorn, but I can now
toll jou a suro wuy to fix thoiu. Take
Binull tipples, out them purtly in two und
put in the oponing u small muount of
strychnine, then opon tho holo und roll
tho npplo bnok in it. Covor or fill tho
hole up. Thut ia u suro mire.
I. H. Hami'to.v,
Guldo Rock, Nobrusku.
:orn and OnlM Wauled.
Miner HroH, aro buying corn and oale,
and nro paying tho highest market
pjlcos, 10 tf
Children Cry for
'liikrn from 1 hu Ni br.'Uku unit Kntum farmer.
Kaillr corn is creating quite a Hurry
through tho jirotii as well as among tho
farmers of this statu and I say well it
may. I liko to eco tho farmers wake up
to the fact thnt tho great Ciod that cre
ated all things made no mistalto. It
would bo just as rousonablo for a man to
condemn it now harvester or any otlior
pieco of mnchinory that ho had noor
used or did not know tho principles by
which tho invontor expected it to per
form its work bocauBO it did not work
liko the old ono ho was unod to. I huvo
seen men try to work such mnchinory
und frot and storm and any tho thing
was a failure, and tho master mind did
not know what ho was about. Yot,
anothor mnn would tuko it, study ita
construction, put it togethor right, try
und understand and master tho idea of
tho maker and it would movo off liko u
thing of lifo nnd work complete It in
u hard mnttor for tin to admit that wo
tiro at fault. It is so much easior t lay
tho bliimo on soma ono olan. I not
that the cuso with thin country? I bo
liove it is. So when wo will stop nnd
think nnd go at it intelligently, nnd furm
nccording to tho country in which wo
livo, thon thoro will bo loss cnuso for
growling nnd dissutisfuotion nnd more
chnnco for success than thoro is ut pros
ont. Do not coniino youtsolt to ono or
two vnriotios ot crops, but put in u small
patch of all kinds. You can thon study
the a und Und which Buccootls best.
I nm satisfied thut whon jou hnvo
onco tried kaillr corn jou will bo con
vinced that it is ono of tho grains und
forage plants jou will give a porinanont
plnco on your farm. My o.xporiuno in
its cultivation is not very extensive; but
sufficient to teach mo sotno errors that I
mndo in its culture. 1 do net think it
neccEBnry for mo to toll jou of the mis
takes I made, but will toll jou how I
oxpect to handlo it in tho future. I
shall put it in witli a lister, ondeiivoring
not to got it too thick. Ono bushol is
sulliciont to plant twonty ucroB. Thon
work it with n wood cuttor nnd listor
harrow until about oightoon inches
high, thon once through with tho corn
plow. If anything moro is dono with it
it will bo with a small harrow or ono
horse, drag. My roason for this is thut
it Bonds out its roots vory curly nnd
very numerous, completely occupying
tho ground botwoon tho rows, mid if
plowed ns Into nnd as deop as corn, tho
roots nro badly torn out, nnd if u vory
dry spell sots in ut the time tho crop is
permnrrently injured. With propor cul
tivation I beliovo it will produco from
twonty-tlvo to 100 por cont mom grnin
than corn, and is just as good food for
nny kind of stock. In ordor to got tho
best results it should bo ground before
footling. My way of harvesting was
this: I cut it witli a binder, lot tho
stalks dry thoroughly in shock, then
run shock und ull through tho
threshing machine That has nearly
tho satno elToct on tho stnllta as shred
ding, und bottor forago I riovor fed with
so littlo wasto.
Now in conclusion let mo Bay, if tho
farmers of this country will adopt somo
plan liko tho above, thoy novor will bo
compelled to soil olT their pigs and calves
at sacrifice to save them from starving
in citfeo thoy lono a corn crop, and if thoy
got a corn ctop, so much tiio botUr,
Thut will keep until the day of need.
I II. 11 N.MPIO.V,
Ctiido Rock, Nobrusku.
JVol t he Trilled Willi-
.(From Cincinnati Gur.ottn.)
Will people uuvor lefirii that a "cold"
1 an. acuiduut to tie druadud, and that
when it occurs treatment should hu
promptly applied? 'J'huro i no kimwing
where thu troulilo will end; and while
cninpletu recovery is the rale, tho rxcep.
tiotm nro terribly frequent, and tlionrt
nuilx'tlpnu tlmiiannds ot fatal illnei's lie
nor every year nnhered in by a littlo iu
jtidlaimm expanuro nnd Hueminyly trifling
symptoms, lieyondthis, there are to-day
nountlesR Invalfdrt who onn trace 'heir
complaints to "colds" whloh nt the time
of ooouronce gave no concern, nad were
therefore uugluotrd, When troubled with
a co'd use Clminbrlain's Cough Remedy.
It is prompt an effectual. 'J.1 nud CO
cent buttles fur sale ut II. K, Urioe's.
Vhrn naby was sick, wo gavo liw CMtorla,
Whon Bliu won a Child, sho crlod fur CoxtorU.
When sho becamo Miss, (Jio clung to CostorU.
When tho had Children, she giu u them Ctutorifc
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- - - i" ""lTmi "In
Highest of all in Leavening Power,
DcNtriiclloii or Chinch Huii.
Taken form 'lliu Nelmukiaml Kurn.ti Farmer.
I think it ia timo for every farmer to
protect himself against tho chinch bug,
nnd do so boforo tho weather gets too
dry, ub thoy do grout dumiigo. I hope
thut ovory farmor will do his best to kill
tho bugs early in the bciuou.
I will give my experiments, which I
mndo in 1892 and 189.1 In 1892, 1 hnd
12 acred of barloy which was full of
chinch bugs. Whon tho barloy was cut
tho bugs wont to tho cornfield und bo
gun to dostroy tho corn. I got somo
bugs infected from tho Kunsua tixpori-
mont Station nnd gathered ubout ono
gallon of healthy bugs from the Hold
und, putting thorn together in n box, let
it stand two days. I then scattered tho
bugs over tho cornfiold, and in six duys
tho bugs wero ull dead, und my corn
was safe. I then gavo bugs to my
noighbor, und ho mot with good success.
Lust spring I sont to tho Nobnnku Ex
periment Station, nnd hud good ro-
Tho dipouBo propngntod for tho don
trtiutiou of thu chinch hug is cutised by
u miniito purnoitic plant, winch outers
tho body of tho bug and kills it, while
feeding upon it, Tho farmer is familiar
witli other parasitic plants which cnuso
tho destruction of life: tho mildew of
grapes and otatocs, and tl.o rust of
wheat. Cholera mid small pox among
thu human family lira caused by minute
bactorial parasites, which tiro more dis
tantly related to tho parasite which kills
tho chinch bugs. Ail of thoso parasitic
plants, which huvo no truo fiowora und
soods, nro called fungus.
I huved stivod up u numbor of white
fungus covered bugs for an early start
this spring, and if any farmer finding
any bugs will send them to mo, 1 will
start un infection box, uud, if I hnvo
bucccss, I will send diseased bugs to uny
farmor, freo ot churgo.
It uny farmer wunts to try tho infoc
tiou on chinch bugs, tho following direc
tion must bo carried out: Make a box
of white pine, 21110x8 inches, mako tho
covor light, fitting bo the bugs cannot
escape; sprinkle tho box thoroughly
with water, insido mid out; placo un
ovon layer ,of soil in the box, halt un
inch deep; sprinklo the hoM until it is
moistened through, but not muddy; put
on thin In) or ot green wheut or corn
ovor tho soil, thon put in livo or six
fungUH-coorod bugs; now put in healthy
bugs from the Hold, mid faston down tho
covor; cxamiuo tho box daily, and
sprinkle tho sides and soil ns often us
they uppear to bo gutting dry. As soon
us tho white tungus-cuored bugs begin
to incrcafo in jour box, jou may com
mence tlio infection ot jour field, but
not before. You should bo ublo to do
tliis iu tliroo or four dajs. AIwiijb
I leavo u fow fungus covered bugs in jour
I box tor infection. Replace tho green
wheat or com as soon us it bo
conien jellow, nnd keep tlio box replen
ished with healthy hugs fiom tho Hold,
To infect the field with disoasod bugs,
take from jour box doud und livo bugs,
fungus uud noti-fuiigus covered bugs,
ami scatter them ovor the field whoro
tho bugs aro thu thickest. Continue to
scatter bugs from tho infection box ut
intimitis ot tin eo or four ilus. until lou
find tiio bugs dying rupiiby ull over the
field, If tho wenthor ia not too dry,
jou will destroy tho bugs and save jour
Ump. (J, Oll.M.Sl'KDK,
(Juido Rook. Nobrusku.
A oaiivaA among thu druggists of thin
place reveals the faot that Chumhorluiu'tf
are the most popular proprietary medi
oiues nold. Ohnmburlain's Cough Kumtuly
especially, is regurded as in ttiu lead of
all throat trouble remedies, and ns snob,
U freely prtaoribed by physician. Ah a
cronpe medloino, it ia nlno nuuxoelled,
nnd inoRt fnmtliea with joung children
ktop a bottle always handy for instant
use, The editor of thu Graphic has re
prentedly known ( hiimberbiiu's Cough
ltrmedy to do the work after all other
mttdii'iues had railed. '1 he Kimball H. 1).
Graphic, Fur mile at '.T and fit) cents per
bottle bj 11. K. Urlee.
Dr. Price's Cream Ur.king Powder
WmU'i Fair Hlgbctt Mtdal art Olploau.
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Latest U. S. Gov't Report
Real Kfttufo Trandfcrn.
For tlio week onding March 17, fur
nished by tlio Fort Abstract Co,, bonded
abstractors, Hod Cloud, Neb.
Willinm Oiithwaito, widowor, to
C K l'orkinn. trustoo , und J(j
part wjjf hoK 2 111 5 00
Geo W Druko mid wifo to John
Llcnucbanip, part mi nw
27 1 10 und all wj seK 22 1
io, wd noooo
Goo W Drake nnd wifo to John
lloauchnmp, nsH 19 1 10 w d. 1000 CO
C R Porkina trustoo va William
Outhwnit und Y purt wJJ no
Atlantic National Hank to J F
FiBhor, nw X 2 1), w d 1 00
Albort W Shumnto and wifo to
Clara J Kellog, wJJ nwtf, 20
American Investment Co to
Mary L. Hull, lotB 1,2, 3, 13,
14, 15, blk 20 Smith iMooro'B
udd to Red Cloud, w d 100
Total $3337 00
A high liver with a torpid liver will not
ho a long liver. Correct thu liver with
DoWitt'ri Littlo Karly Hiiters, littlo pill
cure djBpupsia and constipation. 0 L
Children's suits, from 3 to lfi years,
wo hnvo un elegant lino to soloct from,
in omullor sizes wo havo thorn as low as
7." conts. Wienor, the Clothlor.
If strength is what you want, you
should study whnt ouupoi your weakness.
It is practically luck of food.
Hut yon eat three meals a day, and all
you cun ent at a time.
YeB, but do jou digest it?
Food undigested, 1b not food, It is not
It doesn't create strength.
To dlgust jovr food tako Hunker Diges
tive Cordial at meuln. After a while yon
will digeHt your food without it. Then
yon will got well, and strong and healthy
Shaker DIgeBtive Cordial cures indiges
tion nnd nil its symptom-, such as nan
pen, headache, criiniatioiip, pain iu tho
stomach, gidditiMH, lom of nppetite, etc.
It makes jour fond nourish jou, and
mako jou strong und fat and henrty.
Tree anil Plant.
If jou wantaiij troep, Bhrubaur plunto
this npiing, now is tho time to ordor
tliom. Strawberry plants, tlrst-claBo, CO
cents por hundred. u. u. nuHT.
Don't iiiMto disappointment by exper
imenting. Depend upon Ono Minute
Congh Curo nud jou have immediato re
lief, It cures croup. I'heonly harmless
remedy that prodim. Immediate r-wults.
O L Cottlug.
Taper hanging at iiiird timB prices.
F, P. Hudley.
For a Hno hair tonio cull on Hutchin
son .fc 11 iutt. tho harbors.
When you wuut u nico smooth shave
or huir-out, give Geo. Fjntresa a call
Ono door south of the. Hrtii Tou Hakery
s..ti :.. M.fr. ...
heal 4i!trtl. leaves no
Real. Horning, feniy.-Hkin eruptions
quickly eiirulby 1)S ill's Wileli Hassfll
Halve. ApplUd W tniriis.fealdH, old sores
it is innglu.il in elTt-ut, Always euros piles.
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