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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 20, 1910)
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"How'b ycr 'usband after the acci
dent, Mre. Glnncrty?"
"Palth, sometolmes he'a bother un
EometolmeB he'a wurse, but from the
way ho ylls an takes on when he's
bother, 01 think ho'a bethur when he'a
wurse." Kansas City Journai
The old proverbs depend largely on
th point of view. For Instance, you
can't convince a mouse that a black
cat brings good luck.
There nrc imitation, don't be fooled.
There ih no Milwtituto' Tell the dctleryou
want 1cwis Single Hinder ci'ir.ir.
Money talks In spite of tho fact
thnt lots of ninn want to keep It quiet
lrfra. Wlnilnvr'a fiootlihuj Sjrnp.
Tot r tillrtren tecttilnK, oftp thoKiim,rnducf In
flammaUon.alia) a ilu, cure wind collu SJc a bottle.
Hope is u mnKlc lnnluin which often
Bhows impossiblo pictures,
An Ideal Present
NO STUOrriNG NO HONING
An Immediate rcljii lor Hoaroncu, Cousin, Sort
Throat, UronchUl and Aithnutli Troublu. An
article o! superior nirit, absolute! free, from tar
harmful ingredient. '
Price, 25 cent., 50 cent, and $1,00 per box.
bample milled on rrqucjt.
IOHNKJ3ROWN fr SON. Bo.ton. M..
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W. N. U., LINCOLN, NO. 4-1910. ' by man ever dies, or can die. Carlyle,
When shown positive and reliable proof that a certain
remedy had cured numerous cases of female ills, wouldn't
any sensible woman conclude that the same remedy would
also benefit her if suffering with the same trouble ?
Here are two letters which prove the efficiency of Lydia
E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.
down, suffered from pains in her side, head and
limbs, and could walk but a short distanco at a
time. Sho camo very near having' nervous
and scorned melancholy by spells. Sho tried
two doctors but got littlo help. Sinco talcing
iT;'ii v. " A '.:'
Lydia 13. Pinlchain'8 vegetable- Compound,
Blood Purifier and Liver Pills sho has im
proved so much that sho feels and looks liko
another girl." Mrs. O. Cole, Fitehville, Ohio.
say a few words in praisoof your medicine. 'When I began
taking it I had been very sick with kidney and bladder trou
bles and nervous prostration I nm now taking tho sixth bot
tle of Lydia E.Pinkham's Vegetable- Compound and llnd myself
greatly improved. My friends who call to see mo have noticed
a great change." Mrs. A. II. Sanborn, Irasburg, Vermont.
We will pay a handsome reward to any person who will
prove to us that these letters are not genuine and truthful
or that either of these women were paid in any way for
their testimonials, or that the letters are published without
their permission, or that the original letter from each did
not come to us entirely unsolicited.
What more proof can any one ask ?
For 30 years Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound has been tho standard remedy for
female ills. No sick woman docs justice to
herself who will not try this famous medicine.
Made exclusively from roots and herbs, and
has thousands of cures to its credit
MtE Mrs. Pinkham invites all sick women
mWw to write her for advice. She has
guided thousands to health free of charge.
Address Mrs Pinkham, Lynn, Mass
Save the Baby Use
Tftt UtST MMUHt TOR (gUGHStfilSVBS
Should bo given at once when the
little one coughs. It liecls the dcl
icato throat and protects tho lungs
from infection guaranteed sofo nnd
All Druggists, 25 cent.
A GOOD COUGH MIXTURE.
Simple Home-Made Remedy That Is
Free from Opiates and Harm
An effective remedy that will usu
ally break up a cold In twenty-four
hours, is easily made by mixing to
gether in a largo bottle two ounces of
Glycerine, n half-ounce of Virgin OH
of l'lno compound pure and eight
ounces of puro Whlaky. This mix
ture will euro any cough that la cur
able, and Is not expensive us It makes
enough to last tho nvcrago family an
entire year. Virgin Oil of Pino com
pound puro la prepnred only in tho
laboratories of the Leach Chemical
Co., Cincinnati, O.
That's the Question.
Wife You were late last night.
Hub Heg pardon, my doiir. As I
cunus in the front door the clock
Wife Hut what time did you nrrivo
at the head of the stairs?
"What belle of the season do you
find most attractive?"
"The dinner bell."
One way to acquire a repuUitlon lor
nminblllty is to agree with every Blni
plcton you meet.
rii.KH cimr.n IN 0 TO 1 PAYS.
VA7A) OINTMnSTIitnmrnnteed ' euro nny rme
ef Itchtint. Illlnit, (Heeding ur rmtrudlnu l'lle lu
llollduytor uiunoy refunded. Wo,
Nothing that was worthy in tho past
.liiTinrta -nn ft-ntli nr lTfiniliipua rrn1l7Pfi
Fitchvillo, Ohio. My daughter was all run
begun to cough a good deal,
Irashurg, Vermont. "I feci it my duty to
If f? 7; li
r vT Jn Ik
The RAYO LAMP i a high-grade lamp, told at a low price.
Tliore are lamps that cost mote, tut there is no better lamp at any
price. The uumer, the Wick, the Chimney.! loldcr all are
vital things in a lamp; these parts o( the RAYO LAMP ate
perfectly constructed and there is nothing known in the att of
lamp-making that could add to the value of the RAYO as
a light-giving device. Suitable for any room in any house.
Kvcry iIi-iiIit rvcrywtiiTO. If mil at yimra.'wrlto
jiirucKTlinivn circular 10 mo nearest jwncy 01 mo
Your Health Worth?
You start ofcknes9 by mistreating nature
and it generally shows first in the bowels
and liver. A 10c box (week'otreatment)
of CASCARISTS will help nature help
1 you. They will do more using them
' regularly ns you need them than any
medicine on Earth. Get n box today;
take a CASCARET tonight. Ucttcr in
the morning. It's the result that makes
millions take thctn. est
CCTTIIW OUT, mall It with your rutdww to
merlins lteuiedy Co.. Chicago, 111., mid receive
1 m tuuiutwiue fcouvuur sold lios ilou li'ltEK.
Sands? School Ltiten for Jan. 23, 1910
Specially Arranged for Tnls Papar
LKSSON TEXT.-Mutt 5 110. Memory
aot.DKN TKXT-"lllesj"i'i nro the
puro In licint. fur tln-y slmll sen God."
Matt. f. S,
TIMK. The amiuiipr of A. IX IS, nmr
t)m middle f 1'lirlM'n inlnlHtry.
Vl.ACK- The traditional Hlto la the
Horns of Hiittln. two or tlirro iiiIIpm west
of tho Hon of Mnlllup, wlierc Rahulln de-ft-nted
tlir t'liiKiidcrM nnd dpttroycii nil
hnp( of Chrlitliin ruin In l'rtlcntlno.
Suoaestlon nnd Practical Thought.
Wo now come to hoiih of tho dls
tlngiilHlitng innrkB of Mntthuw'B pre
Hontiitlon of tho llfo of our Lord, nnd
to illHtlnct oruH in tho work of Jcbuh.
The HontltmloB. Tho Text of the
Sermon, with tho liiHplnitlon, tho
Motor I'owcr. to l.lvltiK In Accordance
Thi llentitmli'H tiro tho (Into Ilctiu
tlfnl to the Ti'tnplo of MollnusH.
l'lt-Ht Heiitltiuli V. a
1. Who nro tho poor in wplrlt?
"IllcBHL'd nro tho poor In spirit." This
1b not poverty of mental faculties nnd
KlftH. It Is no moan, abject fouling;
no Uriah Hoop humhlonuas, no want
2. How (Iocs tho hlcHHing grow out
of this spirit? Ilocauso It Ib tho aamo
spirit that Is retptlri'd when wo aro
told thnt wo must become ns littlo
children If wo would enter Into tho
3. What Is the blessing? "For theirs
Is tho kingdom of Heaven." They bo
long to that kingdom, they are ruled
by Its laws and principles.
4. What part has this Meatltudo in
forming tho perfect man, and honco
the perfect world? It Is tho spirit
ami atmosphere In which till virtues
Second Uentltudc. V. 4.
1. Who are described by the term
they that mourn? "Tho mourners
whom Christ pronounces 'blessed'
are. those who aro poor In spirit."
2. Why nro those that mourn
blessed? "For thny shall be com
forted." Cod comforts those who nro mourn
ing on nccount of sickness, sorrows,
troubles and losses, by causing them
to work "for us more and more ex
ceedingly an eternal weight of glory"
(2 Cor. 4:17).
3. How do these blessings grow out
of the mourning? llecause to sin
ful beings there seems to bo no other
way. There Is no way to tho bless
ings of forgiven sin save by tho
mourning that leads to repentance.
4. This Is also the answer to tho
question What part has this Heatl
Utile In making the perfect mnn and
the perfect world? "A high Idea) or
life lies beneath all. No man Is beg
gared who has a vision of man's chief
end and chief good." Kxp. Greek
5. How is this Hentltudo illustrated
In the llfo of Christ? Tho consola
tion thnt camo to him after tho prayer
In Gethsemano. Ills whole llfo Is ex
pressed In Hob. 12:2.
Third lteatltude. V. 5.
1. Who are the meek that shall In
herit the earth? Meekness Is a dispo
sition of the soul in reference to the
wrongs, or seeming wrongs, which
come to us from others. Its basis Is
tho control of all earthly tempers by
2. What Is the reward of the meek?
"They shall inherit the earth" from
their King. They do not earn It, but
Fourth Beatitude. V. 0.
1. Who nro they who hunger and
thirst nfter righteousness? Hunger
and thirst express the most Intense
of till desires.
In this Hentltudo are Included those
who hnve this intense desire to bo
good, to he righteous; everything else
success, riches, pleasure, knowledge
- must be as nothing In comparison
2. What Is their reward. "They
shall bo lllled" with the righteousness
Fifth Hentltudo. V. 7.
1. Who nre described an the merci
ful? Mercy Is near of kin to love. It
Is love to tho needy, tho troubled, the
sinful, even those who have wronged
us. It relieves spiritual wnnt nnd
darknesB ns well ns temporal; would
give tho Gospel to tho heathen as well
as food to the hungry.
2. Whnt 1b their reward? "For they
shall obtain mercy." From man and
from God. Like begets liko.
3. How wnn tills Illustrated by
Christ? Christ's coming to nave men,
his miracles of mercy, his beginning,
his dentil on the cross.
Sixth Heatltude. V. 8.
1. What Ih It to bo pure lu heart?
Real purity "Is In tho heart, the seat
of thought, desire, motive, not In tho
2. What blessing comes to the pure
In henrt? "For they shall see God."
Seventh Hentltudo. V. 9.
1. Who nre Included In the torm
peacemakers? "Peacemakers are cro
nted by having passed through all the
provloitB experiences which the pre
ceding verBes bring out."
Tho Work nnd Power or Salt. V.
13, Yo nre tho salt of tho earth. Salt
seasons food, and preserves It from
corruption, so thnt It can give life to
men. Salt cleanses, and sweetens,
and glveB wholesomo flavor to human
existence. Their whole Bplrlt, teach
ings, Hvcb nnd Influenco counteract,
aro nntlseptlc to, tho unrighteousness
which Is tho great dcetroyer of Indi
viduals ana nations. President Had
ley of Yale enys: "All tho moral pre
cepts which nro taught, oven by thoso
great bend mas'tors aro of littlo con
scrpjenco as compared with tho per
sonality of thoso teachers. "
THE YEAR 1909 HAS SHOWN AN
INCREASE OF OVER EIGHTY
PER CENT IN AMERICAN
llccont ndvlcoB from Cnnadn, our
next door neighbour, the neighbourly
country ucross tho botuulnry line,
nro that upwards of ninety thousand
BCttlois from the United States went
into Western Canada during tho pnst
year, most of them for the purpose of
tnklng up and settling upon tho va
cant hinds, 1(10 ncros of which nro
given free by the government, nnd
hinds adjoining held by railway and
liitid companies nro selling nt from
nine to llfteen nnd twenty dollars per
acre. Kven if thirty nnd forty dollars
per aero were paid, tho price would bo
low. us the lands produce wonderfully,
nnd at these higher llgures there Is a
large Interest on the money ami labor
invested. Tho ninety thousand set
tlers of last year, followed about sixty
thousand of tho previous year, nnd for
several years the number has been
running Into these largo llgures. Thero
must bo n reason for It, It miiy ho
found In tho single phrase, "they aro
Batlsllcd." Nothing attracts pcoplo
more than tho success of others, nnd
the news of this reaching other thou
sands, causes them to Investigate. The
Investigation In this case is always
satisfactory. The splendid laud of
Iowa, of Indlanu, of Nebraska, Kansas,
Minnesota, Wisconsin, Michigan, Ohio
and other States has risen to a high
value, and It Is worth every dollar
asked for it. Hut there is not room
now for nil on these lands. With (ho
over Increasing demand for grain,
there conies tho ever Increasing de
mand for land. Canada Is the only
country on the continent in a position
to supply It. Land there that costs,
say llfteen dollars an acre, produced
on n reasonable calculation, 2.1 bushels
of wheat to the acre, or about $20.00.
The most liberal calculation ns to cost
makes tho cost to produce ?7.H0 per
acre, leaving n balance of $12.50 per
acre. The $7.50 carries good wages
for the fanner, nnd all other conceiv
able contingencies. With conditions
like this, covering the entire nrea of
nliout 500,000 square miles, it is read
ily understood why 00,000 Americans
should follow the sixty thousand of
the previous yenr. Canadian Govern
ment Agencies at different polntB in
the Union are always ready to give In
formation regarding the free homo
stead lands, reatly to advise the set
tlor ns to the districts which would
uit hi in best.
After the Hunt.
Provided with some trophies of the
eliuse In the shape ol rabbits. Ilov.
Sanford C. Ileam, pastor of tho First
.Methodist Kplscopnl church, Yonkers,
proceeded to dress them for dinner In
tho parsonage cellar. Ills small son
wateneil the father's work with Inter
est, doing upstairs, the youngster
culled his mother.
"Oh, ninininu," salt) he, "what do
you suppose papa Is doing?"
"I can't guess, child. What Is he
"Well, he's just skinning, shaving
and cutting up cats."
A Question of Time.
"How much does It cost to get mnr
rled?" asked the eager youth.
"That depends entirely on how long
you live," replied tho sad-looking man.
How loafers grate upon tho nervcB
or a busy person. ply of their scars,
When He Courted You
WP 0r realized the full truth he would be more than
) nil anxious to have the wife he loves take the right remedy
to restore her to true womanly health. Most men don't
know that when a woman
despondent, there is invariably something radically wrong
with the delicate feminine organs with which her entire
physique is in sensitive sympathy.
There is one, and just ono remedy, tried and proven, that
will put things right when tho feminine oran!tm ib weak or
diseased. It is
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription,
Tills medicine restores perfect health to the weakened
gans, and makes them strong.
It makes wifehood happy, and motherhood easy. It
child-birth short and almost painless. It helps to make
real "new women." An honest druggist won't urge
upon you a substitute.
This "Favorite Prescription" is a pure glyceric
extract of native medicinal roots
cohol, injurious or habit-forming
its ingredients printed on its outside wrapper and
attested as full and correct under oath.
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant l'cllets regulate and strengthen Stom
ach, Liver and Hmvcls. Kasy to take as candy.
PUTNAM FADELESS DYES
Color more ooodt brlohter and tatter colon than any other dis. One 10c oaekaoa color all libera. The de In cold water better than any other dre. You can dro
am oarment without rlppimjapafU Writo tor Iroobooklot-llovv to Ua, Uleach and Mix Colon. MONROE URUO CO., Qulncy, Illinois.
'lliotiKli a man may uocomu learned
by nnothor'H lcnruliiK, lie can never lie
wise but by tils own wisdom. Mon
talgno. TiAVIK' lMINKII.T.ITIt
naa no rotistltulu. No other remedy la mi erfcetlrn
for rnwjiiutlmu, luiulmiio, MlnneHH. nenralttlu. or
cold or uny hurt. 1'ut up In Slo, Sio ucl lUi botlloa.
Most of a innn'R frlcndu aro ol tho
A Woman's Diplomacy.
It wns tho Chicago man's turn, nnd
ho told (his one:
"Diplomacy, you know, Is n remark
nhle ugent. The other duy n lady said
to her husband: .
" 'James, I have decided to do with
out n new full dress, nnd with the
money It would cost I shall havo
mother here for u nice long visit."
"lames turned on her excitedly.
What, wear that old brown cloth thing
mint her season? I guess not!' ho ex
claimed, vehenient'y. 'You go right
down to your tailor's today and order
something handsome. Ueir.ember,
please, that as my wife you have u
certain position to iiuilntuln!'
"The wife bowed her head in sub
mission On her lips played a pecullur
smile. ' Llpplnrott's Magazine.
The swell sou of the household had
just been Initiated Into the art of
cleaning his own teeth with the soft
little brush his mother had bought
llcMiltiir the Imliv erv lustllv u few
minutes later (he mother ran Into the
nursery, only to Hud the nursing bottle
on the tloor and Johnny, toothbrush In
hand, leaning over the crib of the
"Oh, niuvier!" he cried, anxiously,
"baby must havo been homed wifout
He Was an Old Hand.
"Do not unger mu!" sho Bald,
"How am I to know when you aro
angry V" he nsked.
"I always stamp my feet," sho an
swered. "Impossible." he said. "There Isn't
room for n stump on either of them!"
That fetched her. Llpplncott's.
Thrrp l more Catarrh In till rwtlori t thn eountrr
tlian all ntliir ilMwen put tonelln'r. and until tin-1 ml
fi's J him uiih Milipwil ID nc liiruranii'. i or a trim
ninny t'nn lc tor pnmimiitfd It a load illmiu and
pri'Mt-rllM'tl lund eniHlii'K, and Py ruiiMuntly (.ilium
tci t nro nith lno-il trr.unnnl. prnnniininl It Iiii-iimIiIp.
Soli' no lus prnvr'i '1 irrh to ! a iimMllullnniii dto
i lie. nnd thirclim- mitilrri oiintltiitiiiiml trt'ntmfiit.
Mini I'nt.'irrli mri timnut.irturitl Pv r. J I'hrm-y
.1 in, Inlulo, Ohio, I tla only CotiMllutloiml lliti' oil
thr mirkct. It l tnkrn Intrrnally In down from 10
ilrnpi to a trnpoonfiil It nrtu itlrrctly on tin- Mood
and iniicoin iirtirm of thr ayntriii. lliry ortrr one
hundred duli.in fur any raw It falh to cure. Stud
fur nrriilnrH nnd litlmiinlil.
Addmw 1 J rill M'.Y Ac CO.. Toledo. Ohio.
Sold liv Drucel'tn. JV.
Take Hall a I aiully Tills tor constipation.
Period of Joy for Casey.
Casey's wlfo was at the hospital,
where she had undergone u very seri
ous operation a few days before.
Mrs. Kelley called to Inquire as to
Mrs. Casey's condition.
"la she rcstln' quietly?" Mra. Kelley
"No, but I nm," said Casey.
If You Are a Trifle Sensitive
I About Die t.lii of your mIiuch, iiumy people
wt-iir Hiiiullcr Hliocsliy uMiik Allen'N 1-uol-KnM,
I tho Antlm'ptlr 1'iittilrr to hluthi Into tin ulioi'H.
It iMiri'M Til i'il, Kwolli-n, Ai'IiIiik 1'Vel nnd
' u'lvos rrnt ninl comfort. .IiiU tin' thliiR for
1 ViriMilihii- lii ni'w hImii'h. Solil every wIhtc
I hiimple M'lit Klti;i:. AildrusN, Allen fc. Olumtcil,
I I.e Hoy, N. Y.
"This," remarked Mr. Cane, "Is my
photograph with my two French
poodles. You recognize me?"
"I think so," said Miss Hofteo. "You
aro tho ono with the hat on, aro you
ONI.V ONi: "IIIKOIO OtMNINi:."
Tlmt h I.A.VA'I IVi; IIIIOMO IINIM:, look fur
the Kltrnaturi' or II. W. lillOVK. I'm-U tliu WurlU
oteriol'uri'al'oM in -'"' 1'iiy. '-m
What a glorious country thin would
be to live in If turkeys were as easily
raised as cats!
don't Ni:;r.i:rT that coriiii
It rertalnlv rai k )otir MMriu anil limy run Into
hoinrlli nn mtIoiis. .Ill'" h I. mill li'ii'MTllleliiik
Let us havo talth that right makes
might, nnd in that faith let us tlaro to
do our duty ns wo understand It.
Lpwi"' Shade Hinder giveMtlie smoker what
he w.tnts, a rich, mullow-tiihting cig.ir.
' Enthusiasm is the poultice men up-
He didn't complain if you were a little despond
ent or irritable at times. Now he docs. He's
the same man. He didn't understand then.
He doesn't now. Then he thought it was ca
price and liked it. Now he thinks it is caprice
and doesn't like it. But now he's busy getting
is weak, nervous, irritable and
and contains no al-fU
drugs. A full list of
J r?f73 WUBPlsm
tfsSv&y L ' QhfaH
Wl-.f L I
If ever you wlHhcil for a homn In Cnllfornln nend for f ro Informntton about tho greatest Irriga
tion, ruliiiilzluit unci lmmtwnuliliiK tiiitcrprino over undertiiUen. In addition to their (treat
HtieceHH In Irrigating 40O,ikXJnrrH In tint Twin Fnllu Country, Idaho, the Kiilins nro IrrlRutlqg
2.'i(i,(Xi0ii('ri'Hlutlier!iicruincDtu Vullcy. rit'in) iiuuivh of XrlcndH. I'Muy terms to auttlera. Wowinl
JTiotSok iu'wiott H, L. Hollistcr, Dept. K, 205 LaSalle St., ChicaBO, HL
After Spending Thousands of Solium
and Consulting tho Most Eminent
PhyBicianB, Ho Was Desporato.
CHICAGO, ILL8. Mr. d. Q.
Decker, of 1 34 Van Durcn St., a
well-known wholesale dry goods
dealer, states as follows:
"I havo had catarrh for mortf
than thirty years. Havo tried
everything on earth and spont
thousands of dollars for other
medicines nnd with physicians,
without gottlng any lasting ro
ller, and can say to you that I
havo found Poruna tho only rem
edy that has cured mo per
manently. "Poruna lias also cured my
wifoof catarrh. Sho always keeps
it in tho houso for nn attack of
i cold, which it invariably cures In
a very short time.
Prompt ReliefPermanent Care
LIVER PILLS never.,
(ail. Purely Veget
but gently cm
ceition improve tno complexion brighten
the eyet. Small Pill, Small Doie, Small VtUm
GENUINE must bear iignature :
After Curing Yourself
You will continue to use it
because it is a delightful
If you don't know it's merits
ask your grocer
He Certainly Knows
JOHN DEERE PLOWS
AHE THE BEST
AMC YOlHl UK) AT, DKAl.K.i: OK
JOHN DEERE PLOW CO., OMAHA, NEB.
Beatrice Creamery Co.
Pnyn Hit highest price for
HERBERT E. GOOCH CO.
HKOKERS AND DEALERS
Qraln, Provision, Stocks, Cotton
Main Office. 204-205 FmUrntty Oldf.
Hell I'lmneM'.! Auto Phone 2060
l.nrKCht IIouho In Mule.
What Prof. Shaw, the Wall-Known IkgtU
culturlst, Saya About Itl
"I would oonor nilno cnttlo In Wrtern
tnnn In trm eiirtt Iat ur
tint llnltwl Huto. Fee
in eiieaiHir una oi
iliettur lor till) pa
iii elieaiHir unit cllmato
lieltur rur Ihu tmrixjtt.
Your miirliiil "ill lm
ITorn fuater thnn year
furment will produce the
ui'iille. Wheat ran be
crown nn tothoOOlh par
nllel IftO mile north of
tho International boand
aril. Your vacant land
will Ixt taken at a rata
m'jonu inwont concep
tlim. o bnio nnngh
JK-opto In the United
Klatea nlnnn who wnnt
rnlfn nnfhl. Innil Ffrl
'.f) lS-lv. 1,1 Wfttferu Ciltiililll tllla venr.
MfWltis. """ prixlilecil iinollier lurce
jVUli crop of ivlient. onla mill burler.
l-: 1 1 111 1IIII11111I11 111 IVllll'II tllC Sill.lU
ixiri8 mm nil iiunii'iiao nem,
'.ittlit rnlnlnif. ilulrvlnif. rolled
fnriuinff find ttrtttn Brnwlnji in the
Motion' of JMiiMlioli,baUat"
cIk'hiiii (lint Alliertn.
I'reo lionieslenil and pro-emp-tlon
nrt'na. n well aa landa held
provide; liomea for inlllloii". ..
Ailmitnlilo Mill, lieiillbfulcll
unite, yplendlil helioola and
cliuridiea, mill Kooil rullunrs.
l'or wittlera' rnten, diwcrlptlro
llternttiro "J.Bit lltwt vVeft." bow
to reach tho i ountry nnd other par
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