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THE RED CLOUD CHIEF, FRIDAY, MAY 29. 1S!)(5.
4U CM00 TWS HIM.
W. W. Watson, Leading Real Estate Man,
Restored to Health by Paine s Celery
Mlrhlc' I rtil lintlnitr.
(From Farmers' Hcvlew Special Report)
Thn T.ntiir Fruit Tun! It ii to. nnilnr tho
-. - --, .- -j
auspices of tho State Hoard of Agricul
ture nnd tho Stnto Agricultural College,
was held at South Haven, Mich., Feb.
3-7, lu the midst of the famous fruit
belt of that state.
Tho first session was oponeil Monday
evening by tho chairman, Chas. W.
Garfield, of Grand Hnnlils, who ex
plained the plan of the Institute. Ho
WHH followed by Roland Morrill of Ron
ton Harbor, president of tho Stato Hor
ticultural society, who spoke upon tho
cultivation and caro of brains, claim
ing that the farmer and fruit grower
to he successful ivh much or moro than
men In other callings needed a supply
of that article. Not only should ho un
derstand tho naturo of tho soil and tho
requirements of the cropt), but ho
should be familiar with best methods of
performing the various operations nec
essary In caring for them. Whllo a
scientific education will aid ono In his
work, a man with a fair supply of gray
matter can, by observing wlmt Is going
on ubout htm, and by reading and di
gesting tho reports of others as found lu
agricultural papers nml periodicals, nnd
ns given nt farmers' Institutes nnd oth
er meetings, bo much more lllcoly
to succeed than ono who ilchplsos book
farming and goes about his work In
tho samo mnnner as his father beforo
The marketing of tho crops Is a seri
ous matter, nnd a good business train
ing will not como amiss. A mnn with
an Intellect cultivated along practical
linos, nnd who bus u fair supply of
horso sense, Is In n good wuy to suc
ceed, even In these times of depression.
During tho session of the institute It
THE FA KM AND HOME.
A WORD OF WARNINGTO WEST
Hoot Out thn AVamM l recti Manuring A
Cheap Ico llouao (,'liurtoiil for
AnliimU t'lirm Nolo and
Hum 1 1 lit t h.
Ciiicm.... Mi 2!!, Mr. W H
moii'm tor.nt.ifioii throughout Hie
Wc. Tor mm ring jutlcniMit in the
valii'il'on ol bud Iiiih niiiile liim fore
inost 'unong the most conservative,
curcftil ('Ills' of investors in Cliicogo.
Unliko ninny hard driven IniHincfH
men, tho owner ol "Alpine Heights,"
thai ijilendiii Milmrli of Chicago, has
nof nrfilrctnl Ins health on nucntint
of his exacting buswoi-s. Thn follow
ing unrciucsted statement from Mr.
Watson fihows how conn'slont with
his lifelong, onreful, consoicntiouH
ami successful business habits hn
been his attention to getting well.
He slates in tho Titno-ilorald:
''Upon tho recommendation of a
friend, I used Puino's oelery com
pound lor headaches, conbtipation, in
digestion nnd loss of sleep, nnd found
it nil it ws recommended to be. I
suffer no mora from headaches, sleep
soundly nl night, and nm now in per
fect health. This m tho only medi
cine lliat I hao rver taken for these
complaints, which lias benefited ino
'225 Dearborn street.
Husy men and women nro npt to
think there is nhvuv's time to get well.
Tim fact thai only ono person in n
hundred dies of old sgn shows how
rccklen-ly men and women postponn
attending to their health nnd allow it
to go to pieces whilo they dovoto
Too Millljr WYmlil
Prof. Thomas 8huv of the Ontario
agricultural college, after a journey
extending through Ohio, Illinois, lown
nnd Minnesota, writes a letter to tho
llrucdor's Garotte in which, tiftor ex
pressing his wonder nt the marvelous
evidences of rnptd progress which mot
him at oveiy step, he adds the follow
ing words of friendly oiilieWtn:
Rut the progress in agricultural de
velopment although marvelous In
Home respects has not kept pace with
tho progress In other directions. There
i.s u cancer gnawing at its vitals and
living on Hh lifo blood, i refer to the
universal proraloneo of weed llfo
which has fnr moro than kept pace
with tho inarch of American progross.
Weed llfo has npparently so borno
down upon tho Western farmur with
Its legions that ho Is alroady In many
instances so completely conquered
that In despair he has given up tho
light. Ho Is not only ready to sny
that after all weeds do not injure tho
crop to any great extent, but he has
como to that most hopeless of con
clusions in agriculture, v., that thoy
cannot bo exterminated.
Nor will It untlice to answer that
tho extraordinary development of
weed life is owing to the extraordin
ary fertility of soil, fnr natural enpa
i limiNiuids nl li ii.-. lrie nverworl
has led to worrvtiiv. Iretling and dc
p'iiidency, thai i ed ot,ly Paine'
celery compound ti.i nili the un
healthy ntniophcr nd innl.e things
briglit and elieerlul upim.
It is the onl) spring rriuidy univer
sally prescribed h phsioinns. It
mukes people well bv giving them n
hearty appetite and a relish for their
food. Hard-worked men and women,
tho nervous, weak and debilitated, get
new strength, ficsh nervous eucrgy
and a purer, more vigorous Mood sup
ply from I'uino's cnlnrv compound.
This moBt valuable norvo nnd brain
invigoratnr nnd restorer practically
demonstrates the life-long conviction
of its eminent discoverer, Professor
Phelps, M 1)., LL. 1)., of Dartmouth
College Professor Pholps wns for a
long timo convinced ihnt pound nu
tiition whs tho keystone of firm health
and that where there wcro signs of
poorly nourished nerve tissues, and of
thin, pale-colored blood, sem menus
must bo devised to supply thexo doG
cionoics briskly nnd inpidly. Profess
or Phelps prepnred Psino's celery
compound nu this basin. It bus
provod nn uivigor.itor, strengthener
nnd a great spring purifier such as the
world has never cnjnxd bofnro our
Tomurrow. r next day, or tho day
aftrr is not soon cHOugh to look about
getting rid of weaKiiess or disenso.
bllitlesof the soil are incapable of mis-
was arranged thnt tho speakers, who, talning weed lifu in its most olTousivo
In addition to Mr. Morrill, coniprlbCd i forms in the face of iirU-cuiss farm
Profs. Kedzle, Real, Taft, Smith and i ing. Sliamo on that farming which
RanowH of tho Agricultural College, concludes that, weeds can not be over
should speak each day lit tho same hour ' come, or thnt it will not pay the
for thirty minutes, with nn equal time farmer to overcome them. That
devoted to dlHisiir-slonu, questions and i philosophy should hang its head in 11
answers, making it a soil of n nhool ( shady place that teaches thnt after all
of hoitlculltiro. Mr. Morrill nt 10 i our noxious weeds do not work much
o'clock each day discussed different j barm. At the risk of being called en
phases of peach culture. His first topic thuslast and crank and alarmist, I can
in "The Locating and Planting of ' not refrain from exclaiming that 1 am
Peach Orchards." He Introdnc l Hie , glad that I am yet alive to lift up my
subject by reading ten command mi!3 ico against the amazing Indifference
for nearli irroivoro. MiKKr-sted In 1 1 I of the fanners of ho great a continent
for Infants and Children.
IOTHERS, Do You Know , mreBorie,
Ilatoman's Drops, UiJfrey h Cordial, many rwM.nllol SihiIIiIiir Hyrups, nnu
must remedies for cl Udrvn are compound of opium or morphine f
Po Ynn Know that opium jnd morphine aw ttivf Ing narcotic poisons t
Po Yon Know Hint In moft countries dmrcliU arc not )vrniltttsl to soli narcotics
without lnlicling tlioni jxilsons f '
Po Ynn Know thnt you rfiniiM not iicrmlt any mcsllclno to bo given your child
unless i ou or your pliysklau know of wlmt It Is rompoaotl t
Po Yon Know that Contcrla 1 a purely vegetable prcparntlon, nnd that n list of
Ita IngnnUonta In published with otcry bottle
Po Yon Know that Cactctit Is tho prescription of the famous Dr. Pamuel Pitcher.
That it has been In usa for ncarljr Uiirty years, and that more Cnstoria U now sold than
of all other remedies for children combined 1 '
Po Yon Know that tho Tntotit Onlco Department of tho Uultcd States, nnd of
othor countries, hive lulled exclusive rltjlit to Dr. Tltclier and his ftsslns to uso tho word
" Castorla" and its formula, rvl that to Imltato them Is n stnto prlwu ofTcnso f
Po Yon Know that ono ;tho reasons for RrnntlnR this goM-rntuent jirotcctlonwns
becatiso Cnstoria bad been proven to bo absolutely harmless?
Po Yon Knntir thnt 36 ovcrngo doses of Castoria nro furulslusl for 35
cents, or ono cent o 'oso f
Po Yon Know that when possosrd of this perfect preparation, your thlldrcn may
bo kept well, and that you may I mo unbroken rest f
Wcllt tltoso thing nrc worth bnowlr jr. They nro fact?.
" m on fivory
thcmsrlves benrt nnd soul to affairs TaU V .line's eolcry compound today.
that are trifling in comparison.
Wives and motlicrs liavo no greater
duty than to rco that tlioso dear to
them do not Income so absorbed in
the work of providing for tho Iioubo
bold ns to lose their health and short
on their days.
No mom thoughtful step could bo
taken during tho spring days that aro
now here then to urge such tired and
often irritable home providers to tako
l'aine's celery compound. Thcro aro
There is no timo equal tho spring days
for thtowing off poor hculth. Thcro
aro fow porsons who do not need to
take a spring remedy.
Many not downright siok, but tired
or ailing, would bo immensely bonofit
cd by taking l'uinos oolcry compound,
especially at this particularly favor
nblo season of of tho year.
This groat compound will banish
that tired fooling, aloanso tho blood
and regulate tho nerves,
Notlcolsht'n'lij'nUi'ii Hint by litue of an
order nl sale to me illiccttd from ttiu DHtrlct
imirtof WtbHtcr euin t . Nrliriokn, liniler n
iteiree ut fdH'clnnirc rrinlercil in tuUI ctmlt.nii
Dcoiinlur lltli, iml In liner ot tin plHlnnrr,
liliiiitliit I. I'liMftr, uml HKiiluit HiiKh W, Hub
Ui nl et nl ile'fiiil.mt.s, I Iiumi levlul upon the
followlUK ili'scrll'cd mil rst.itu towii, The
south vu'M iitiaiter of the miitli-uest ipiarter
una thn west iniif or lliu huiittiwest imartrr
slid the Homlienst iiuarler of the soutlnsott
iiuarter nml llm -(iiuliui'.st quarter ot the south
vast iniiuitr. all In occttnn twenty six C'tl) and
the Miulh halt nt the south east quarter '.of thn
northeast qu i' (erot notion tvu-til) seven (ir?)
all In township ono (I) north raimo ten (to),
west of tho Otli m In Webster county, Nebnui
ka. sud I will on Juno nth, 18MI. ut a o'clock n m
at the front door of Hie court nouse In Red
Cloud, Webster remit). Nebraska, soil saiu
real fdnte at public auction, lu the highest and
best bidder for cash, to Mtlity tho amounts ad
indued to be due ami a lieu upon the same M
lollowsi Duo to the plalntttt JUVUM wltli. In
terest I rem December II, 1ST and costs and ac-
Uatvd lted Cloud, Nebraska, Miy 1, 1S0O.
J. W. ItUNCHKT.
Hherllf Webster comity, Nebraska,
llaWfer Alexander, I'oni'ordla. Kansas,
(First published In tho Chief, May 1, 13W.)
Notice Is hereliv Klvcn that by virtue of an
order of sale mine directed from tho district
court of Webster rnuiit), Nebraska, under u
decree of foreclosure rendered In said court
on April 1Mb, IStift, In taior ef the iil.UutllT.
Woman's Mistical Colleno of IVnnsyUsula. a
corporation uml BKiilnst vlillam t". I.alrd, etui
ilcfeiidnuts, l hau levied upon the followlui;
a.rrii.il trvA vciinte. tnwlt. The east ono hull-
dred and forty-tho (US) ucres of the south hair
nf tliHlinrlll Im'f nl Kei'tloll two. (.') lOWIlsllltl
four. (4) north rnniro nine. (0) bter
ciiuntj. Nebraska, and I will on dune 0th, IKW.
nt a o'clock p in, at the front door of tho court
house la Ked Cloud, Webster county,
NelnaskH, sell said real estate at puullu auction
totha iiiiiiieu and iest liltiaer lor casn 10 sai
Jllrmna Tabules euro biliousness,
lupniis Tnbules: ono glveH relief,
lupans Tabules cure Indigestion.
JilpansT.iliulescuio torpid 'ner.
IUpaiu rilmloH: i-'i ntti ntnin e.
Hip ii - Pah il '(.. i ' ' ion.
Rip.u . "au ii"i t i" inn .'. )'ii 11.
Kip H, r . . i i. 'nu ii !es.
Illpana Tubules ploa-.ini U.ulve.
Infy the (.mounts adiiulKed to be due and a lien
uimiu the suine u fiillmvH! Due to the ulallltlff
nuove named 3lB.lsy, with interest at 10 per
ceet from April iBtli, IbM. Due to the recov
ers ot trie iombard Investment company.
40.7Owlth interest at 10 per cent, from April
ttth, IKI5 nndenats and accruing costs
Dated lied Cloud, Nebraska, May t, 1898.
J. TV. hum'iibt,
Hherlft, Webkter county, Nebraska.
Fuisifer & Alexander Concordia, Kansas,
Attorney for plaintiff .
(First published In the chlel, May 1. 1S90.)
Halo of Connecticut, tho veil I nown
pencil npeclnlist, us the linsle prim i'lies
of prion culture. Upon tho lltlollty with
which these aro followed the speal.n
ehiimed would hiuiK moat of the law
and till of the prollts.
1. Select for the orchard hie.h. dry
soil, pr-ferabiy u good i mdy lenni.
15. Choose hnrdy vnrletlo'i of known
value In the section where thoy nro to
3. Use hnrdy, needling stocks, bud
ded from bearing trees of undoubted
purity nnd health.
4. Givo tho trees entlro possession
of tho lnml from tho start.
d. Give thorough cultivation from
early spring until Aumiht.
0. Use liberal nmouuts of mineral
fertilizers rich In potash and phosphor
ic acid nnd dep.clent in nitrogen.
7. Start tho trees with low heads
nnd cut hack tho growth one-half for
tho first five years.
8. Watch for and dig out all tho
borers. Wash trunks with some good
wash to prevent the deposition or the
1. Thin tho fruit so ns to secure
largo specimens nnd avoid tho drain
upon tho treo.
10. Kxnmlnc trees frequently for
yellows; cut out nnd burn diseased trees
as soon ns found.
He advised tho locating of orchards
upon hillsides, whero the cold air would
drain off, rathor than upon level hind,
cvon though It might bo upon a hilltop.
A light, Bandy loam of moderatu fer
tility wns recommended rather than a
clay soil, as, although tho latter might
be undordralned nnd subsolled, tho
trees would bo short-lived, with black,
cracked trunks, nnd dead blanches.
Somo whlto varieties will do fairly well
upon sand, but tho klnilB with high
quality succeed beBt upon n stronger
Ho preferred a good clover sod that
could bo turned under and supply food
for the trees. Would prepare In tho
same way as for a corn crop, but would
give it rather moro attention. Kecora
mended twenty feet each way as a good
distance for setting tho trees. Select
good trees rather than cheap ones, as
tho latter aro likely to bo cheap In
every sense. A medium-sized well rlp-
enod treo with good roots is better
than one very large or very small. Pur-
chaso In tho fall, cut off nil bruised or
broken roots und heol In upon some
well drained Bpot, leaning tho trce3 at
nn anglo ot 45 degrees and covering
with evergreen branches. Set tho trccB
In the spring n Httlo deeper than thoy
were In tho nursery, and in light soil
the bud may bo covered with advan
tage, ns It will Bocuro a better growth,
and lessen dnnger from borers. Or
dinarily, cut off stomB at the height of
thirty Inches and remove nil side shoots
unless all of the stem buds havo formed
shoots, In which case it will bo well
to select about four at tho points
where branches aro desired and Ieavo
these with two buds each. As surplus
shoots start out rub them off.
Cut-worms are often troublesome to
newly set trees by oatlng out tho buds.
They can be kept out of them by wrap
ping bands ot wool about them.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
Insurance : jRqencq
In reference to the prevalence of weed
It need not bo s,o. The continent,
could bo practically cleared of thu
more offensive forms of iood life in a
few short years if tho farmers were
determined that it should bu so, and
this great ilelivertincM could lie hro'iglit
about without the lois o' a Mii.rlo
crop. It is greatly comforting to
know that amid thousands of vane
tics of weeds that Infest this conti
nent not moro probably tli.iu n score
aro aide to stand up against whnt may
be termed good farm in jr. In other
words, not more probably than asioro
of these require specific modes of
cultivation for their eradication.
Of all the forms of weed lifo in tho
West which aro troublesome and great
ly aggressive ragweed is the woist.
I would unhesitatingly crown ragweed
king among the abominable weed pests
that harass tho Western farmer. Far
be it from me to say one word that
would lend your fanners to look upon
the invasion ot thu Canada thistle with
indifference, but I am free to say ut
the same time that I legurd ragweed
as a fur wor.so foe to light than the
Canada thistle. The Canada thistle
can be completely eradicated in two
years anil without the loss of one pay
ing crop. Tliis cannot be said of rag
weed when it has once got u firm foot
hold. It is not tho purpose of this paper to
give the modes of obliterating tho
more noxious forms of weed life To
do that would bo to write a volume.
My object is to hound the alarm in
the hope of drawing attention to thn
question. Hut it mav accomplish
I something to refer to two or throe
things, which, if but generally prac
ticed, will accomplish much in reduc
ing weed life. ThouMinds and tens of
thousands of sheep may be given the
opportunity to turn tlium into mutton
to teed the epicure in Eastern citius.
Tho mower may run over tho pastures
at leust once a year, und over the
newly sown meadows Tho scythe
can do Its work in fence corners und
l)y-places. Autumu cultivation can
bury thu unrlpo weeds in millions
uf tor hurvest. Tho corn may be kept
clean Instead of half clean, und thu
agricultural colleges by tho forco of
precept und example can imbue
the young men who attend them with
ail undying hutu lu regard to all thn
RED CLOUD, - NEBRASKA.
UeprefOlitH the iliiiug eninpiitiieri
(jermnn insurance Co., Fienport, III
Ii'onl liiHiuiinue Co , Livei pool, Kntr.
PI n-niv Assurance Co, Loudon, Kuulaiul
liritifh America AHHiirunco (Jo. Tmonto, C.ui.ulii
Mntuiil Iienervo Fuml Life Ap-ocintioii, New Viiik
Provident Suvinun Life .ShSiirniiee Sieit, N"i Vorlt
Tho Cunnrd Line SteiiuiHliip Cunipiiin, New Vork und Huston
Oppick Oporu Houso lilock, over Mrnr A; McArthtir't, ft"re
Harness 1 Harness ! Harness !
J O BUTLER,
The Square Dealing, Low Priced. Best Grade
In Red Cloud. Prices right for cash
trotfolosomo forms of weed llfo, ins
much that when they go back to their
farms they will wage u war of exter
mination against tho hateful iutruder.s.
Somo men say thoy have no time to
do these things; I liuvj heard men say
they bad no time to attend to their
devotions, but never yet did I believe
them. I shull close this paper by sub
mitting the following propositions. 1.
Tho troublesome forms of weed life
can bo obliterated. 2. This can bo
accomplished without the loss of u
single crop; thnt is to say without
omitting one crop for n single season.
3. It will pay the farmer to obligate
noxious weeds It ho intends to remain
long upon tho farm. And 4. A farmor
can make more money who hoops his
farm clean than ono who does not,
other things being equal
Rlpans Tabules euro nausea.
RIpanB Tabules: at druggists.
Rlpans Tabules cure dizziness.
Rlpans Tabules euro hendaotio.
Rlpans Tubules euro ilatulonce.
Hlpuns Tabules euro dyspepsia.
Rlpans T.ibulen assist digestion.
Ulpanu Tubules euro bud breath.
Dr. Pike's Kv "i XJjiMiir Powder
A I'ure flrapo CKn if Tartar Pow Jir-
A fifty-foot cranlte shaft, the longest
piece ot granite ever taken out ot n
quarry la Vermont, was quarried at
Ban a tew days ago.
It la Wonderful
how quickly Dlanhooa or Dysontery can
he relieved by nslng Begg' Disrrhtua
HnUum, a purely vegetable compound.
It ufferdi) instant relief and a permanent
Pnr blood is thu safeguard to health
Keep your blood pure, rioe and fall of vi
tality by taking Hood's Saraaparilla, and
yon will not need to fear the attaoks of
Hood's pill enro liver ills, constipation
jaundice, slch headaohe, bilioasuees. l!So
Notice to Teucticrs.
Notico is hereby givon that 1 will
oxamino all persons who may desire
to offer themselves bb candidates for
tcuchora oftho public schools of this
oouuty, at itou uiouc, on mo mini
Saturday of each month.
Special examinations will bo hold
on tho Friday proceeding tho 3d Sat
urday of caoh month.
The standing desired for 2d and
3d grade certificates iB tho same no
grado below 70 per cont., average 80
per eent: for first grado certificate
no grado bolow 80 por cent,, average
90 por oont in all branchos required
D. M. HoNTia.Oounty Supt.
MtvIcc liy INiMU'iitimi.
In the District Cmirt f Weliiter County, Ne
braska P. K Deilcrlck, ruintir,
Delia Henry ft nl, '
TIih uliotiMmnipit defendant. Albert Henry
anil Drill lleiirs. will Inkc nnllie Unit nn Hie
UiLriay of ,nll, IMS. pininilll ln-ieln, tlleil Ills
petition In the ills'ilct eoiirt of WVlw ercoun
t, Nelmi-k 1, umiiisr k.i'tl 1I1 ti'iiila ti.tlieub-jt-ct
utiil imi)ri nt wlili Ii nre to Ion clnse 11 cer
tain monuiue i-m uii il b) tin- ilcii iiilmits to
the plnlntltt iihm tin ni'itliciit quarter of sec
tion four 14), iinn,lii four (I), riilic nlno (9),
west of the sixth iiiiii-Iih ircrUllini, Wolister
county, i liiuli 'In -cciiii' tin-iiiMiiciit ot
Hcerinfu uiiilsni nolo t'titctf Ortoiier first,
li-H'i. Mill one nml imi.ihle II vt- inns from the
date therrof ; that Hicie Is now du the plain
tilt fiom the delenitaiits upon snul note and
ntortKvo the Mini ol thOo.im. with intirtit at
the rate of xlx pt-r rrnt cr aiiiiiim Iinm the
first day of April. 1MI. for wlildi stun, with in
terest from me firm ilu of April. lH'.U, plaintiff
firayi for a decree that defendants hi' leqtilrecl
o pay the niiiiic, or Unit v.tlil preiuisfH may be
sold to lu.tsly the niiiouiit fmiiid Ouo this
You aie rrqiilred to nnier said jiotitlon on
or before thn Hist nnvof .1 iiiih, Mil. 01 the alio
KStlons thereor will be Inkcii 11s ttue mid Judg
ment remlrrt'il iicronllliKl)
Dated April J.iil, is'JO.
r K. DKOKIMCK.
Itjr ItoitT. T, 1'oirKii, His Alioim-j.
There is fun in the
foam, and health in
the cup of HIRES
Rootbeer the great
1U4 nlr bj Th. CMiIm r. Mm Ca. Rillolrlfhli.
AiM.MkaUt6iaiaU. 8oU fjwl.
cm e lu n perfectly snfo way. Yonr popu- "" inninai,uii. tllowWh cj elm
InrUrunl CL Vtnn- bus tlioiiKcuoy, -,nMUJ,. ,,, ' lltll. f, r,,,,,,,
lnr tins oilderfiil liiediouu.
Pain In the Back
Jotats or hips, sediment In urlno llkobrlck-dust
frequent culls or retention, rheumatlam.
Diabetes, dropsy, scanty or high colored urtna.
Btlnging sensations vrhen voiding, distress pres
sure In tho parts, urethral Irritation, stricture.
niont or dnik cinlcs under tho ejes, tonKUO
it imi Inc.
Hit. Humiu in,, Ui.NoiuMrt'N, N. V.
ed In 3 Days.
Morton L. Hill, of Lebanon, lnd., says:
"My wife had Inflammatory Rheumatism,
in every mnaole and joint, her Buffering
was terrible and her body and face were
swollen almost beyond recognition; had
baen in bed for six weeks and had eight
physicians but received no benefit until
sho tried the MYSTIC CURE FOR
HHEUMATlBM. It gave immediate re
lief and she was able to walk about in
three days. I am Htiro it saved her life."
Sob! by H. U. OricH driipuint, Und Oloud.
PARKER'S CINCER TONIC .
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