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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (March 18, 1898)
THE RED CLOUD CHIEF, FRIDAY, MARCH 1. 1898.
MAKING WAX LIFELIKE.
How l)Uilii riKiiri'N fur Storm
"IInw luiij; doc it t.tke to make one
r Tin -i'.'" ald the iiiiiuufncturcr m rc-
. ,( to mi inquiry, report tin- llo-
ii TnniMTiit. "Well. It depends cii-
. !v .ipiM ciiriiliitkincc. It Is .lint a
i 1 1 h.inicn'. operation, tin IliiMiingoU'
r a a model as true to life as this,"
i (I he pointed to the bust ofalaugh
ii i' child. vvIiom- ios neck anil bright.
iu- vveie framed bv t-liistorittir fiirl.
' lii make thc-c one must have .studied
aii.itoniN, as well at: drawing and mod
eling. We begin In thi- same waj as u
sculptor would to make a statin.'. Ait
it tin' wax has cooled the ojc are put,
ii, the face is 'made up,' as theatrical
fo'l.s a, and tho wig Is fastened on.
a id the wooden boilv Is shaped. We
make all our hatuli. and feet from life,
mil thev cost about ten dollars. If we
li.ivc an rili-r for an entire tlgurc we
n'vvnvh tliudel It from life. The life--,c
wax tljriiress of infants are among
tne finest t liin u. we manufautuie, and
'hc.v add much to the attractiveness of
yflAIICD RIICCCT CI FEDERQ1 il slum wlmlou. "v " illustrated luM
IffMMEIl DUrrCI OkCCrCna !,,.,., ,. Washington street re-
AND tail dealer displayed one during the
holiday .season. The head and shoul-
dels, .such as are seen Im the milliner'vs
windows, com from $10 to $1.1. The
wig makes considerable ditTereiiee in
'he price, as we use the best hair, and
' U Is cpensic, especially the natural
1 IiliMid. which is scarce. The children's
hi .ids cost iii, or thereabouts.
, "All the lltiishing otY imaginable," he
i euiitiuued, "would not make a figure
.'tauil the test of a season behind the
glare of a glass unless, the wax ha a
I natural pink tinge. The reason some
of the model, look so deathly is be
cause the wcix is hail and not properly
colored, and tlesh tints arc put on In
KATY CHAIR CARS
OPERATED BY THE COMPANY.
S'J. J OH
KANSAS ( ITV
S'l. LOT IS mnl
all point not mnl
SALT I, Alili l"Y
mnl all iioitil
THEIRS FOR GOO
tiiaiv" i.kavk a 'tji.i.oit :
60. I'rulKlit.iUII) except similBy
for WjtiiiiiiMiml t 11 1'l'liit i'iit s:ihi ii.m
trt, I'MssiMiKi'r. ilnlly fr Sl. .Inc.
KlIIISNS I I1J. All'IIIMJII. .!.
LoiiIk mnl nil I'oliits ciisiiiuil
south . imsoain.
No. II'.'. Aei'iiniiiioiliillnii, iliillv exeeW
MIllllllV. llllMltll"-. (illlll'l l
Intnl. 'Itlni'k Hilts mnl nil
lmltits In the notiliwi-t liiiip.in
N'o. 141. Aci'oiiiiiiniliitloii. iliill exi'i'l'l
siiiiiIiin. iilierlln. Khiimis mnl
liileriii'i'lliitcMntliii'-. In lie
III. I-'rclKlit. ilnlli. Vmore mnl
St. .Ine mill IllU'Niil'illilte
jiiiiclliiiiixilai" . - l'J:lll.m
63. f'retKlit. ilnllv lor lli'imlilli'iui
west . liKtmi in
15. 1'MMii'iiKi'i. IhIi. Heaver, nil
iiolliIMM i nioiiiuo. nun huh
Slt'cpliiK. illnlni: mnl rerllnlnii ilmlr cure
(ncHtH free) on tlirmicli trains Tli'ki Is snlil mil)
Iikkkiiki' elieckeil In in. point In the I nltei!
Korliifuriniittoii tlmv iiibles. mnp or ticket
cnll on or mlilri" i owner. Kctit. Ked
Cloud, Nelir or .1 l-"iiiiel. l.i'iicml 1'ii-n'iini'i
Agent Oiniihn. Nehrnskn
. l .
o Ine ii WcmIci'II l.li'l.
Nut :ni; uj;o while a .outi; woman
liniliiur from a western state was re
sidlti; in the east she had a slight at
tack uf the e;rip ami as much in ueeil
of soiiu tiling to cheer her up. Wit ha
view of sicuriii; t.hc needed amuse
inent s,ic wrote accept in;; the standing
it.itati. a i f a Unstui' irii'l to come and
spend . i fi w iia.s at the Hub. When the
time w ' i ear for her to leae home
she iiei'mil.a letter from her lto.st.oii
friend 'lull ran like this:
"I ti . k I hae p'.inneil as pleasant
a proiriaaiiM' for ,ou, my dear, as
would In po.ssibie. Nun will arrhe
Moiiila.x niurnini;; that afternoon -we
shall bae a lutielienu of thetjiilet Hour
club in ' in honor, at which HO literary
women will be present. Mondaj even
Irif; we sluill attend a leetuiv l. Prof.
- - on The Semitic Knees.' Tuesday
forenoon we are ;oiit; to a nneetlii; of
the Itinwiiiii; club, and In the after
in mi we arc In iked for a iniisleale in
U'half uf the colored old ladies' home.
Tuesiln.x ft'iiliir we shall wind up the
two il.i.vs with .i lectin e l l'ror. - -on
'Hsiltciii' ltuddhisjii,' which I am
sure will be the i;re.ites.t treat of the
whole I wo das."
As sumi aftir the receipt of this Ict
tir as she could recoer strength
i noiiirh I hold a pen the western prl
wrote her Irletul as follows;
"1 am afraid, my dear (jlrl, that you
will lne to tiiodify our piMKramnie,
or else I can't cciue to i on. What little
intelhct the 'fip Ins lift ine I don't
proMsi to wreil 'n ar.. -ueh niauner
as von hae a r uifed tor."
l "A.,W V.
Caveats, and Trade-Marks obtained nnd all Pat'
entbuinesiconiluctnlfor MoocnATC Fcts.
OUH Orricc is Oppositi; U, G. Patcnt ornct
anil wc ransreuro ji.ittnt in K's time than those
mni i rim it .itnini'ifin.
Send nioJel, ilrain or photo., with decrip-
tlon. We nilvise, II paicnmoie or noi, irec oi
charge. Our fee not duo till patcnt iscturrd.
. ...... llnw l,i Ot.l.iiTi I'.ilenli." with
cost ot same in the I'. S. and fonigu countries;
sent tree. Aililrcss,
PATCNT OrriCC, WASHINGTON. D. C.
I'lirm In orssii Ouneilli
ll Since IUS1.
,1. K. Sogard feeeiied a remarkably
inlciTMiiig dociimeiit from Christiania,
N:irwa. and one which he prizes ei
lii.U'lilv. It came from the goxermeni
museum al ( hristiania. and is an cact
cup ol two deeds of er, ancient (late,
ihe original tleed liiuiii,' heen pie
smeil and placed on exhibition In the
niiiM'iiin. The deeds aie for a certain
firm which the Soard famili ha
possessed for cent urics and upon which
two of his brother Simon, of Webster
Cit.x, and .loll n . of Iowa City were
born. The lirst deed is dated duly I,
I ,s. or more than ."00 years iii;o. A
'i t :. f rea'allon of the ae of this
i i id i li.iu w hen it is l etui inhered that
the Sn!ard fatnlli was in possession of
tin farm more than Hit) years tx-forc
Columbus discovered America, and it is
piohah!c that their owuershii datts
much fartlur back than i shown by
this deed. The Inter instrument was
executed, in 1.1 IS. nearly "fl yenr before
the kindini: of the pik'riin fnthers at
I'ImuoihIi. A gentleman from a
ii'iliborine; town ttdls the Troy Tunes
ili il he has- seen the ancient doeiimcut
alludid to. but was unablei to rend it,
!i it is written in Ihe .Vorwepnn Ian
Ci.tiri. He adds thai the property is in
the town of O.ilen. near the town of
HaMiir. and that the largest city near
tl- place Is Christiania. nnd that tin
ib i timet t stntes it 's flen In the reiirn
f Klnir Hakon. by the grace of God
king of Norway and Sweden.
NO OLD MAIDS THERE.
i:erliiMtlou t.lhurneo to tJrcelnii
l.i ' In.
In (In il is considered an ever
lasting disgrace to remain an old maid,
(iitls an betrothed often when still
tiny I it .
Mat ri.igcs td love are absolutely unknown-
i ven n. ore s() ilnin in France.
iid the lather s t:;..t ... tletilar that
the intei tied lisiai.il must h.i e an am
ple pi. lie ion to M.pport a wife and
family. Tor the giil a dowry is not so
iiuportnt t as in Trance, but a certain
amount I' li-ien and IkmimIioIiI furni
ture is riiuiiid. The whole training
and c'li-i.tioi. of a (Itiel; g'.rl is simply
a prei'-iiatitin to icudcrjicr brilliant in
the ( i icty of the ureal wot' I. Her
toilet i a .-abject ot constat. t anxiety.
Ait Imnirli n ovt C-i i k gr' are natur
ally vetv pretty, liny begin to paint
and powder from a very early age
checks luight red. eyebrows anil lashes
deepi-t black ami veins ijelieately blue.
I he result is that she is a withered old
woman at III, and nowhere are uglier
women to be found than beneath the
blue skies of lovely (! recce.
Nest in importance to beauty eotnes
languages, livery Greek family who
can alio nl it keeps it French nurse or
maid, and French is universilly spoken
in society. Painting and music are
rpiite iinnceessjiry . but girl are care
fully trained in dancing and drilled to
enter a room and sit down with ele
gance. Lastly, household duties are
taught- how to innke rose jam. Turkish
coffee and various delicate sweetmeats.
THE TALK OF FISHES.
--Lsw urlifiiitti and only tirnuine.
WjJtf,J erc, lj. nlnl,..'. lAOiiu !
i ITurKHl iir lAirAfJicr. r iigiu. i'ta.
mb.ui llr&iul Id lied K'jil CvLk mrltllla
7twifi .riled with Ijlu WIMI, 'I like
Inn.lh.K HtfutmJunafYuuM IbbiflfU.
fttant urij Imllufi'nl Al llrO(Kllll.r IDd4A.
' In ftirot fnr r.rtleultri. irtUmoalili sai
"litllcr tor i.uuirm ninicr, vj mmru
MhIL 1O.II0O It .in lonlala. Sam fajttr.
itohf.tf rChcuikH'.Mllon I'lnre,
',iurnUcJlJrutIUU. 1'IIIL.AUA., 1'A.
SiiiiiiiIs Iteeurileil ! tlie IMiononrupli
In Hie I niler Wnler.
Wiicu you see a lot of bubbles rising
to Ulie surface of a tank In which tin re
are a number of fish you will know
that the ls.h are lalliiig. It Is not
possible, of course, to converse with
h'h, but a well-known professor has
succeeded In getting a suilieient num
ber of sounds in a phonograph to prove
that a llsh language really exists, says
The professor and n companion were
lowered into the waters of the Mediter
raiM'an, near the little town of llranea
lone, In an iron cage, taklng'with them
electric-lighting apparatus, a phono,
graph and a camera, Mirrors were also
taken, and by these the fish were at
tracted. . each large monster came In sight
a mirror was turned so as to bring the
ilsh inlo full iew of his own rellectlnu
The results -were astonishing. In near
ly every case the fish waxed furious,
and she souniU recorded in the phono
ginph are snid to be of an astonishing
nature. The shark, according to the
.sounds recorded, which are from lish
of many seeies, seems to have a tan
tgitage (fuite different from all others.
THIS IS CORN.
Tho vvhnii fields of Wc-ii'in Cimnihi oiler
the KreiituHi liiiliu'cineiiti. to settlcic.
100 ACRES OF LAND
en a ho hnnicnteadi'd (free ( Tlnio vvha iln
sire It emi pureliiiso lumls m from i) to ."
per ncre, Ilusy lurins of pnv iiiunt.
TIioiiniiihIh of runners mnl others from
illstrlrtH vi hi-ru fiirmlin; Ik t pro-eat found
tuiprolitiihlu, villi lake up hindh there (IiIn
sciikoii. la order to nVfimiiuodiitu these, ev
eiirslons eonilucied h) n reim'seuliitlve or
tlioCmiitdiHii (loverniiiuui will leuvuht, Paul
23d nnd 30th of A.ARCIi nnd
the 6th of APRIL,
Specially low rates have heen seeured for
mono wan wish 10 join uiuso cxi'iirMuim.
whether liomi'seckcrH or seitlerK,
For liAHkoiiKPr nail freluht rates apply to
Department f Interior, Oltown, Canadti, or
801 N. Y. Life liulldlnK. Omahu, Neb.
(,'aiiinllan Oovuriiiucnt AkoiUs.
So Thlek That 1 Trniu-a Kv- 11
The Little Hock Democrat Is the au
thority for the kind of com lands they
have i'n that particularly blessed region.
It says: Fight or ten years or so ago
then was a lake near Morrilton cover
ing about 10,01)0 acres. When the big
lloodh came two years ago. an opening
was made by the surging waters which
carried o IT nil the water of this lake
when the floods subsided. The bed ot
the lake dried up and left tin richest
soil he world ever Raw. it Is ten feet
deep, and nothing the I liver Nile ever
produced eoulde.Ncclll. This year Mills
iV llalley have, a crop of corn on about
Limn acres of this laud. They sowed
the corn broadcast like wheat, nnd the
stalks are ns strong as saplings, and
scores of "shoots" are also loaded (low 11.
"It Is the most remarkable corn crop
ever produced in the world," declared
Prof. Cox, and, 1o make the story even
more Interesting, lie ended it by de
claring that, a "coon" was caught be
tween the stalks, and, being tumble to
extricate Itself because they were so
thick, was killed by those who came
Tlir 1'ar or Mntrlien.
An nvernge of olght matches for each
woman nnd child Is used in the
Mure mnl More Work Cnrrlcil Knr
VMIIll ll Mtfllt UN Well UN li- niiy.
The electric light 011 the lofty frame
work of grc,.t mi di rn buildings under
construction is mm a familiar sight,
says the New VoikSuu. The work goes
on at night as well as by day, so that,
with its new building completed, the
valuable land shall as soon as possible
again be made productive.
It is common now in busy streets to
do work that involves tearing up ij.e
street pavements, on undei 'r .mil
pipes, wires, and so on, at night: si. thai
the work may be done w ith the lea.t in
terruption to tralllc, and with the.gicat
est facility as fnr as the work itself Is
And nowadays work 'on new pave
ments is carried on at night, to hurry, it
to completion; simply to save time. It
may be, for example, that In a residence
street two shifts of men lire. employed
in laying an asphalt pavement, and the
work goes right on continuously, day
ami night. One might, look down this
(pilet street at three o'clock in the morn
ing and see the men at work by the
flaring naphtha torches, and the. big
steam roller moving' back and forth just
the same as at three 1. "lock In t! es f'i
noon. On occasion work on gas trenches
and other street work is nowadays kept
right 011 at night. And all thesethlngs
are in keeping with the great, modern
tendency to save time; to utille every
minute and to waste nothing.
For tho speedy anil permanent enre of
tetter, salt iheuiu nnd eczema, Cham
betiain'H Eye- nnd Skin Ointment is
without an equal. It relieveH tho itch
ing and smarting almost instantly anil
its continued use effects n permanent
cure. It also cures itch, barher'H itch,
scald liend, sore nipples, itching piles,
chapped hnnils, chronic, soro eyes and
Dr. Cady 'a Condition Powders for
horses are tho befit tonic, blood purifier
and vermifuge. Price, 25 cents. Soldby
Pjii'I TnliHcii)Silt and Smoke tour Ufa Awiy.
To riiilt tobacco easily nnd forevor, bo mag
nctle. full of life, nervo and vlor. tuko No-To-Ilac,
tliu vvomli r-worltur, that makes weak men
stroiiK. All (IruuKlstH.dOoorll, Cure Guaran
teed lloolilot and H.unplo froo. Address
.Sterling Iter, ly Co., Chlcas'O or Now Yoik.
ISiliieiitnlour ItovruN With (.'HHnnntH,
,nn!!l,'jr w",V'"r!!''; ''."" ""istlpatloii foic-ur
100.10 Iff c (J fall,. niumstK refund money,
No-To-Mae for Flft Ceitti.
ntiamiiteeil toliacco lialilt euro, makes weak
men stromi, hlood pure, Wic, (1, All dniBBihta
Burlington Routo California Excur
Cheap, iittii'k, coinfoitablc Leave
Omaha I ')' p.m., Lincoln (! 10 p in. and
Hastings 8:M) p.m. every Thursday in
cl( an, modern, not crowded tourist
sleepers. No transfers, eats rim rigli'
through to Sail Kianciico mid Lof
Angclo.s over the seetiliMoiite -through
Denver and Salt Lake City Cuts are
carpeted; upholstered in rattan; have
spring seats and hacks ami ate provid
ed with curtains, bedding, towels, .soap
etc. Uniformed porters and evpcrlcnc
ed oM'tirsion comluetor.s accompany
each excursion, relieving passengers of
bother about baggage, pointing out ob
jects of interest ami in many other
ways helping to make the overland
trip 11 delightful experience. Second
class tickets are honored. Ilerths $0
For folder giving full information,
cnll at nearest lttirliugtou Itoute tiket
ofllce, or wiite to,). I'laneis, (! A
by local applications as they cannot
reach tho diseased pottiouof thecal'.
Thcro is only one way to cute deafness
and that is by constitutional remedies.
Deafness is caused by an intlamed con
dition of the uncoils lining of the Eus
tachian tube. When, this tube gets in
tlatnedjyoti have a rumbling sound or
imperfect heating, and when it is en
tirely closed deafness is the icstilt, and
unless tho lullaiiimatioii can be taken
out and this tube restored to its nor
mal condition, hearing will be de
stroyed forever, nine cases out of ten
aiu caused by catairh, which Is noth
ing but tin inllaincd condition of tho
mucous sin faces.
Wu will givo One Hundred Dollars
for any case of dculiies.s, (caused by
catarrh) that cannot bo cured by Hall's
Catarrh Cure. Send lor circulars lice.
1'. J. Ciiknxv & Co , Toledo, ().
Sold by druggists, Toe
Hall's Kamilv l'ills ate the best.
What iloes il cost to get tlieieY When
and how .should you go? What should
0110 lake? Where tiro the mines? How
much Imvu they produced? Is work
plentiful? What wages ate paid? Is
living expensive? What aro one's
chances of "making a strike"?
Complete ami satisfactory replies to
tlie abovu tiucstions will bo found in
the Kurlingtou Route's "Klondike
Folder," now ready for distribution.
Sixteen pages of practical information
ami an ttp-todatu map of Alaska and
tho Klondike. Free al liiirlington
Houto ticket ollices, or sent on receipt
of four cents in stamps by J. Francis,
(ien'l Passenger Agent, liurlit.gtou
lloute, Omaha, Nebr.
Livor Coraplainta and Norvoubnoss
A torphljliver always produces dull
ness, irritability, etc. You aro all
clogged up and feel despondent. Per
haps you have treated with physicians
or tried some otlier recommended med
icine without hcut'lit. All that is no
argument against "Dr. Fcuncr'R Hlood
and Liver Remedy ami Nerve Tonic,"
which we insist will cure nervousness
and liver complaints. If 1101 satisfied
after using one bottle your money will
bo refunded by C. L. Cotting.
Cheap - Farm - Insurance !
Iiistiro your farm propetty in tho
Farmers Mutual - Insurance Co.,
OF LINCOLN, NEHKASKA.
OVER : $20,000,000 : INSURANCE : IN : EFFECT.
Insures I' arm Property, Churi'lios mid School Houses at loss tlmn ono-half
tho old lino into Don't bo deceived by any 0110. There- is no better com
puliy in tho word. For Insurance apply to
, , , , Dihtiiict Aiir.NT, Hki) Cf.oui), Nkiika.ska.
A. U. DAVIS, Agent, Iliavale, Neb. Olllce over MIzor itMcArturs store.
C. E. VAUdHAN, Agonl, (liiiilu Rock, Nebraska.
PLATT & FREES CO.,
Ghicago Lumber Yard,
KF.D CLOUD, NKHRASKA.
Lumber, Lime, Coal and Cement.
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1 '5K( W '
1 9'S' 'Ps. 1 lA
, 3ul W
VR I I
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is well said that minncrs make tki
m.m,lnit the more solid Ingredient f
character is also necessary to ft tmtl
FOR ROALLV CORRECT DRESS
Ot. il 1. IvHl f( IIIIMlirifvl If 1 111111 hie ! UaIL
vm :, . r,i; 'r:. .k"" """" '''"""Tf
-t ji Sisr.' "" "," " me kiiuu sense lo uresj WCII
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Tfij- j 1 H Mim nit i.iiLii9iiui(; oui lurum
;:IK A w a" ovcr ,lie world.
lii Material. Style. Fit. Finish, and Genii.
', ii . ' ...I.. ..r.-i ' ' '.. . .'..
i xj-v """y lt you snouia onter your Ullor-
, ri. DUKPI & GO.,
ThcOrcat Chicago McrcfaantTallon
I'or over .IIYmim the I.cmlcM In the Cuitoal I
irnjie. you can Kctn "HORN" Suit or OTrrcoat
lor less money tlmn In inunlly iiald for laferfor '
K001N mnl tnilorliiK. i
'' a" I'l.-MISlI fiUAIIANTKKD. ,
TAi-m Jlundr(t Choir Sampltt lo Stltfnm. '
AXINER BROTHERS. RED CLOUD.fcNEBRASKA.
A MODEL MARKET
Id always cool, clean ami neat, ami has only tho
TO CURB A COLD IN ONE DAY
Take Laxative liromo ( juiniuo Tab
ots. All druggists refund tho money
f it fails to cure. 'JQc.
Many People Cannot Drink
coll'ec lit iiIkIH. It tpollH ihelr kIi'C. Yon ran
ilrlnk (irnln ( vvlieii )ou ileuiu mnl sleep Ilku
11 top. for Uriiln O ilni'H not htlmuliite. It nour
IhIium, clu'crx mnl fecils. ;Vet It IooIcn mnl
tntti'H llku eolTeu. For iktvuuh ,(tkiiis, oiiiik
people Mini ehllilrcn (irnln O Is 11 perfect ilrlnk.
Miulu from pnru Kraliih. (jet 11 package from
your Kroeer today. Try It In plnco of roffcu.
ir.o nnd 'J.'ic.
Every expectant mother has
a trying ordeal to face. If bIiu does not
Or. Price's Cream Baking Powfler
World' Pair Highest Mtdalaod Dlplcaa.
AXKiVOr, FISH, OVAXl:
and orders taken there aro eccurately tilled nnd
promptly delivered. That is the condition of
A. ft Reynold's Moon Block Market
:QI: ...THE:. ... 5
ml Weekly Inter Ocean I
LARGEST CIRCULATION OP ANY POLITICAL PAPER IN THE WEST
" It is radically Republican, advocating
2 the cardinal doctrines oi that party
with ability and earnestness'..',.'.,
iStttBut it can always be relied onj
for fair and honest reports oi all po-1
lltical movementsjiM tM..tf iXtVM-it
THE WEEKLY INTER OCEAN SUPPLIES ALL
THE NEWSAND BEST CURRENT LITERATURE
It Is Morally Clean and as a Family Paper Is Without a Peer.
The Literature ot its columns is
equal to that of the best maga
zines. It Is Interesting to the chil
dren as well as the parents
get ready for it,
thero is no telling
what may happen,
Child-birth Is full
of uncertainties if
Naturo is not given proper afwistance.
is tho best help you can uro at this time.
It is a liniment, nnd when regularly ap
plied several months beforo baby comes,
it makes the advent easy and nearly pain
less. It relieves and prevents " morning
sickness," relaxes tho overstrained inus.
cles, relieves the distended feeling, short
ens lalxir, makes recovery rapid and cor
tain without any dangerouB after-effects.
Mother's friend is good for only ono
purpose, viz.: to relievo motherhood of
danger and pain.
Onu dollur wr bottle at all dru Moron, or
bent hy express on ruiulnt of price.
Fa KB Hooks, contMiiuiu valuable informa
tion for women, will lo tiont to uny uifdreu
upon application to
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? SURREYS, ETC.,
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THE - FAlOU& - OHIO - CULGIVATOR.
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