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Pe-ru-na and Ka-tar-no
I have recall
cd a letter from
a young lady,
who asks me:
"Is tbo old Pe-
the rovtaed Pe-ru-na
cine has Its
place. One la
adnptcd for one
other for anoth
er. Ka-tar-no Is
a better remedy,
for some condi
tions than tha
S. B. Hantaan, M. D. ro v loed Po-ru
na. On the other hand, tho revised
Pe-ru-na is a better remedy for Bomo
conditions than Ka-tar-no. Thoy aro
both Intended as catarrh romodles.
They havo both done a great work In
relieving catarrh, chronic and acuta.
Many hundreds of cnues of chronic
catarrh have recovered while taking
Ka-tar-no and the snmo is true of the
revised Pe-ru-na during tho last bIx
years since its revision.
There Is a difference, however, In
tho two remedies. Whenever catarrh
Is associated with constipation then
the revised Pe-ru-na Is tho best. In.
deed, this Is exactly why tho revision
was made, to meet such cases. But
where no laxative is needed, whero the
bowels are regular or Inclined to be
loose, then the old Po-ru-na (Ka-tar-no)
Is tho better remedy.
Po-ru-na, Man-a-lln and La-cu-pla
manufactured by tho Peru-na Com
Sany, Columbus, Ohio. Sold at all
SPECIAL NOTKEi Many persons Inquire
for The Old-time Frmna. They want the
feruna tbnt tlirlr Fathers and Uothrra used
to take. The old Pcrttna Is now called Ka
tarno. It your druggist or dealer does not
keep It for unle write the Kntarno Company,
Columbus, Ohio, and they will tell you all
, TO THE SETTLER
I hk jMcnibiM nuaii iu
In tho now Districts of
wan and Alberta tliore
urn tiiuusands ot Iree
to t lie man making entry
In 3 yea 1 5 I line will be
worth from I2U loffli per
acre, These lands aro
tti-ll nditDted to araln
growing and cattle raiting.
BXCVLLIH RilMTAT rAnums
In many eases tho railways In
Canada Imvn hern built In ad
vance of settlement, and In a
short tlroo llicro will not bo a
settler who need be mora than
ten urtwelvo miles from a line
ofnllaiT. IUIIhst Hates ara
regulated by Uurernment Com
Tb American SettlerltathotaH
In Western Canada. Ho Is not a
atrmnger In a strango land, bar
ing neurly a million of hit own
peoplo already settled there. If
Son desl re to know w h the eon
Won of the CanadlanSettler Is
Brosperous write and send for
terature, rates, etc.. to
we. w. eannai s.
Building, Omaha, Nab,
Canadian OoTommeet Agent, or
aaaresa Buperinieiiaent or
isBnuffrmiiun, ousws, ..
Prompt Relief Permanent Cur
LIVER PILLS never
fail. Purely vegeta
Die act surely
duc gentry on
improve the complexion, brighten the eyes.
SMALL PILL, SMALL DOSE, SMALL PRICE.
Genuine must bear Signature
TRAPPERS' MAGAZINE FREE
tha aldttsL. larsest.
nd best magaslne of. Its
kind In the worldrheMI fc
or wants too to read a cony
rau he knawa ran win
like It for be has bad about
to years experience with
traps. Runs, dogs, f nrs.etc
so that the rnagailne la
Tip to -date, Illustrated,
1W-3UQ pages Issued month-
about Hteel Trans-Dead-
Alls, Bna-ea.Balts, scents.
nlng and Btretehlsgrars, Maw
Bile Koporu.fe'ur Farming, Olri
Von, ete. The Kditor baa also written many books
ontlanilng, Trapping, Vnr Warmlng.Ulnseng Grow
log. lamplne, Klsblng, ete. TO show too what a
arskAT istfiiB It lit 1 nage number, together
with S3 page bookletgtvlag description of books and
nusaslnes, sent rati. A?U. 1IAKU1NU. HJB
MHIIKU. CULUMUUS, OlilO.
The Dr. Bra. F. Balky SaaaUriaas
Its brick and stone buildings so taste
fciUy furnished and thoroughly equipped,
as the beautiful park of 25 'acres, with
staff of experience and a nursing corps
of unusual merit, oilers you most per
lect hospital results, yet alwaya pre
serves the atmosphere of a delightful
soanuy HOME. Write for pstUeulan.
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ana op. in stanosra niasee. sola or rentsa. modi
applied If roBCurrtiase.llachlnessBlppedanrwBe re
S approval, .no deposit required. Write (or large
IA MortlTl 3 tk Street, Uaeala. MebrMki.
NO APPROPRIATION MADE FOR
GOSSIP FROM STATE CAPITAL
Items of Intertst Gathered from Re
liable Sources and Presented In
Condensed Form to Our
Report of Labor Commissioner,
Labor Commissioner Guyo has Is
sued a report relative to tho opera
tion ot tho factory Inspection law
passed at the last session of tho state
legislature. Tho report covers Inves
tigations for tho fiscal year ending
October 1 and Bhows a wide rango of
industrial activities. Tho report
shows 318 persons have been injured
during tho past twelvo months, fifty
olght of which proved fatal, thus show
ing that 18.3 per cent of the total
number of reported accidents wero
fatal. Tho total Ioeo in time occa
sioned by accidents wao 5,67G days,
which, based upon en average dally
wage of $2.50, makes a total Iosb of
$14,100, thus showing ono accident for
every working day, with ono death for
every 5.3 days throughout tho cntiro
Packers Will Obey Law.
State Food Commissioner Niels P.
Hansen has just returned from St,
Joseph, where he visited candy fac
tories and conferred with Jobbers In
regard to the branding of dried fruir.
Mr. Hansen obtained a promise that
raisins in packages would hereafter
be branded with the net weight. Up
to this time packages of raisins Bold
in Nebraska havo borne a brand show
ing a certain weight at the time of
packing. The fiult is generally in 12
or 16 ounce packages, sealed In such a
I way that air cannot get in. Mr. Han
sen says there is little or no evapora-
I Mnn mifl lin lualara raft, t Vin ttul itytt4-
eSWI llll HU I1IBIOIO uii titu n3, nvi"jv
of tho contents of packages being
branded on the outside as required by
State Pardon Board Meets.
Tho state pardon board spent threo
lays ut the penitentiary last week
listening to applications for pardons
and paroles. Tho board concluded Its
labors Wednesday afternoon after
holding live hearings. More than
(ifty prisoners got the ear of tho board
to lay before them their applications,
either for a pardon or a parole. Six
paroles were granted, but a rule of tho
board 1b to the effect that the appli
cations of prisoners for paroieB are
not made public because It they were
those paroled would have no oppor
tunity to recover lost ground if it
should be learned that they had served
terms iu a penal Institution. There
nro still a number of applications for
pardons and paroles pending aud the
board will hold another session early
Railroads Will Comply.
Edson Rich gf the Union Pacific
railway culled upon the railway com
missioners to Inspect plans for shelter
houses which the commissioners or
dered erected at Lexington and Cen
tral City for the accommodation ot
travelers who must cross double
tracks to get on trains. Mr. Rich said
the railroad would comply with the
order of tho commissioners. The or
der dented, a request of complainants
Tor a change In the rule ot the com
pany which requires passengers to
mount and dismount trains from the
Bide W the double track farthest from
depots. Tho train sheds were-theonly
concession made by the commission.
No Appropriation Made.
Although the two new buildings at
.ho state hospital for the insane will
lie completed within ten days or two
Weeks, they will stand Idle for at least
six months because tho last legisla
ture failed to make a sufficient appro
priation to provide for making water,
lewer, steam and lighting connections
for the new buildings or for furnish
ing them. The connections will cost
from $6,000 to $10,000 and the furni
ture about $16,000.
A big "homecoming" of Nebraska
graduates Is being arranged for the
day and evening of tho Kansas-Nebraska
game at Lincoln, November 16,
by alumni of the university.
The employment of an expert state
bacteriologist to work in co-operation
with the state farm and the stato
veterinarian's office, and a state board
on "live stock sanitation will be rec
ommended to the, next legislature by
the state veterinarian association.
This decision was reached at a ses
sion of the executlvo committee and
committee on legislation of the asso
ciation, at a Joint session at Lincoln.
The total enrollment at the state
farm at the closo of regular registra
tion was 368 students.
Trail Monuments Will Is Set,
Tho Oregon trail memorial commis
sion has received notice from the
county clerk of Keith county that the
board of county commissioners has
agreed to set the four monuments as
signed to Keith county. One will be
placed near Paxton, one near Ogallala,
one near Brule, and one at the old
California crossing. Three ot these
have been shipped and the one for the
old California crossing will be sent
out aa soon as some additional letter
ing can be done. One monument turn
also been shipped to Powell,
IN WESTERN CANADA IT 18
Tho story of tho Dig Farmer In
Western Canada, and tho Immense
profits ho has mndo In tho growing of
grain, has been told and retold. He
has been found In nit pnrts of the
provinces of Manltobn, Saskatchewan
and Alborta. His Bplendld farm build
ings havo been pictured, his traction
outfits described and his princely sur
roundings, resultant of his success In,
grow Ing grain, havo been portrayed by
letter, press and camera. It certainly
Is not to his discredit that by suc
cessfully applying common scneo and
up-to-dato methods to tho conditions
that climate, a good soil, and splendid
market havo placed at hand, tlint ho
has made the best use ot them. Ho Is
not too proud to admit that ho camo
to tho country a very few years ngo
handicapped as to money, leaving be
hind him unpaid mortgages In his old
homo land (which nro now wiped out),
and ho Is still today tho same good
hearted fellow ho was In tho days that
he had to work for a neighbor, vhllo
tho neighbor broko tho land on his
homestead, Ahlch went to mako up tha
Thon, thore, too, Is tho farmer and
tho farmer's son, already wealthy, who
haB bought largo holdings In Wostcrn
Canada, In either Manitoba, Saskatche
wan or Alberta, who haB mado forty
to ono hundred per cent, on his invest
ment, whose big grain crops and
whoso immense cattlo herds are help
ing to lmprovo tho country. Health
and strength, energy and push, and
bull dog grit nro as ossentlal in West
em Canada as In Ohio, Indiana, Illi
nois, Iowa, or any of tho states from
which so many ot these peoplo como,
and then, when you havo added to
that a fair amount of means, with
which to mako a start, tho land which.
Is only waiting for tho skill ot thai
husbandman will quickly respond. '
But there 1b tho Bmaller farmer, the
man who has not mado sufficient In
four or five years, that he might com
fortably retlro If he felt like It. There
aro many of them in all tho threo
Provinces. It is not the less to hlo
credit that ho has earned his home
stead by tho threo years residence,
that ho is freo from debt, and has a
reasonable bank account. Ho, too,
canto to tho country handicapped by
debtB, and with very little means. Ho
1b contented, has a good home, land
free of encumbrance, some stock, and
with "good prospects. Ono ot theso
wrlteB: "I formerly lived near Dny
ton, Ohio, on a rented farm, had as
good a chanco bb the average renter,
but after ten years of hard work, satis
fied myself that if I ever expected to
securo a home, I would have to under
take something else. Hearing of West
ern Canada, I Investigated, and seven
years ago last Spring settled in a
homestead and purchased (on time)
an adjoining half section, arriving
with a carload of household effects and
farm implements, including foot
horses and three cows, and $1,800 In
moneymy ten years' work in Ohio.
"The first year our crops gave us
teed, the second year 100 acres of
wheat gave us $1,800; no failure of
crop since starting here. I have now
22 head of horses, IS head of cattle,
and 35 hogs. We own 1,120 acres ot
land, and havo samo all under cultiva
tion. Was offered at one time $35.00
per acre for a half section where we
live, and all tho other land could be
sold today on present market at $30.00
per aero. Should we care to dispose
ot our holdings, could pay all debts
and have over $30,000 to the good, but
the question is where could we go to
invest our money and get as good re
turns as here?
"We have equally as good, If not bet
tar prospects for crops this year, as
we bad three years ago, when our
wheat reached from 30 to 48 bushels
tfy mini Minci ueiievcu uvn crops
could be raised until I saw them my
self. I had 16 acres that year that
made 50 bushels to the acre. Our har
vest will be ready by the 12th. We
have this season In crop 400. acres of
wheat, 125 of oats, 90 of flax, and
run three binders, with four men to do
"We certainly like thTs country, and
the winters, although the winters are
cold at times, but we do not suffer as
one would think. What, we have ac
complished here can be duplicated In
almost any of the new districts. It
anyone doubts anything I have said
in this letter, tell tbom to come here,
and I can prove every word I have
The name of the writer can be had
from the Superintendent of Immigra
tion, Ottawa, Canada,, who can give
the names ot hundreds of others
equally successful. Adv.
"She certainly tries to obey her
mother's Injunction not to let the
young men get too near."
"Why 1 saw a young man with his
arm around her last night."
"I know, but she had a faraway look
In her eyes."
FOLEY KIDNEY PIUS
Are Richest la Curative Qualities
PON SAOKACHC. RHCUMATIJM,
KIDNKYS AND BLADDCR
UfalTFI piMlBftaad for MSI stork new grocer
naejitB (( f mas wholesale end ottasr property,
Write owaar. wa. inert, see ins, eeageeVwis.
W. N. U LINCOLN, NO. 4S-1I1L
(By E. O. 8KI.I.KRS, Director of Evening
Department, Tho Moody lllblo Institute
of Chit ago.)
LESSON FOR OCTOBER 27.
WANDERINGS IN DECAPODS.
LESSON TEXT-Mnrk 7:31-8:10.
GOt.UKN TKXT-"l!o imtlt done at!
thltiRM well: Ho mnkcth even tlio dent
Ho hear nmt the dumb to speak." Mark
v.n n. V.
Last week wo saw our Lord In the
region of Tyre and Sldon dealing with
tho Syrophenlctau woman. In v 31
(R. V.) we now sco him Journeying
back towards the Sea of Galileo
through the border of that section con
taining ten cities, for that Is what the
word DecapollB means.
1. JKSUS TIIK HEALER (w. 31
87). Jesus had gone north seeking rest
but ho "could not bo hid," and now
upon his return he continues to meet
theso sad cases which need healing,
and who aro brought to htm by their
Intensely interested frlonds. Jesus
docs not need beseeching. Ho whose
heart was touched v. ith compassion Is
ready to hear the faintest cry.
This first section Is rich with sug
gestions. Jesus takes tho man apnrt
suggesting tho necessity for Individ
ual personal dealing with God. Men
are not saved en masso but as scpa
rato Individuals, It could not bo other
wIbo and have a man retain his per
sonnllty. To work any cure for our
sins Jesus demands Qur individual at
tentlon. Then Jesus' placed his fin
gers tn tho man's enrs; suggesting
tho added emphasis that wo must como
Into personal contnet with God If we
would be healed. We may stop to rea
son (Isa. 1:18) with him but our sins,
that be as scarlet, will not bo removed
unless we como by personal, Individ
ual, experience under the blood, (Eph,
"Ills blood avails for all our race,
His blood avails for me."
Moistening tho man's tongue with,
his own saliva suggests that the source
ot healing Is to be In Jesus' own pen
son. Our Balvatlon is not In the words
he epake, nor the life he lived, but the
life he gave (Heb. 0:12-14).
' Fellowship With God.
Jesus also looked to heaven, indicat
ing that we must continue la fellow
ship with God, and also indicating hit
own fellowship with the father. Jesua
sighed over the wreck of sin. The eon
of man came to bear our sorrows and
to share our griefs. (Isa, 63:9). At
tentlon has been called to the sighs
and the tears of Jesus. If our pray
era were more accompanied by tears
and heartfelt sighs they would be
more powerful. (cf. Romans 8:26).
It is equally true that If our sighing
were accompanied by more prayers
we would accomplish more in his king
dom. After these preliminary and sugges
tive acts Jesus spoke tho one word
"Ephphatha" -Be opened and deaf
ears were opened to words of praise
and counsel and to the cry of distress.
Loosed was the man's tongue to speak
his word ot personal testimony and to
witness for his healer. Read Isaiah
32:1-4 and 35:4, 6.
II. JESUS THE PROVIDER (vr.
1-10, cf. Matt. 15:32-38.)
The tremendous stir Jesus caused
,1s graphically suggested by Mark la
verse one of this section. From tar
and near tfiey had gathered and now
kt the end of the third day their small
supply of food is exhausted. We are
told by John (6:26,-27) why they had
followed him, still they were deeply
'interested in him and considered him
to be a prophet (John 6:14). Never
thsless Jesus was moved with a com
passion then, even as now he is moved
when he beholds us In our unworth
Ne Hunger Too Great
The compassion of Jesus Is a very
active principle, it does not consist of v
sighs and lamentations, or of invest!
cations and condemnation of condl
tlons. His compassion causes him to
act But the disciples are aghast at
his suggestion that he feed this mul
titude of "about four thousand."
"Whence shall one be able to till these
men with bread" (R. V.) 7 On the oth
er occasion Jesus had asked Philip,
who lived in the near-by town ot Beth
salda, where tbey might find bread;
but now tbey are in a desert place.
It may seem strange for tbo disciples
to ask such a question. He had fed a
larger number with smaller resources.
After taking stock (v. 6) -Jesus com
mands the people to sit down. He
received their seven loaves (v. 6) and
brake and gave, first to the disciples,
and through them to the people. Such
as they had, first given to him, respond
Ing to his toflch, was enough and to
spare (v. 8). When we give him our
all he will bless, multiply and use.
, Our Golden Text (v. 37) Is suggestive
of a wide application in teaching this
jesson. We have In this lesson two lncl
dents as Illustrations. In both we can
see those principles that govern his
life and ministry, vis., unvarying loy-
palty to God and unwearying xompas
aion for poor, weak humanity. As has
already been suggested, we also see
that the msthsds ot Jesus varied, ac
cording to the Individual need and al
ways with the unswerving purpose ot
glorifying God. The same lesson ot
careful conservation of what remained
Is taught as In the case of the feeding
of the five thousand
POLLY VICTIM OF DECEPTION
Bird Realized Perlot Between Its Tem
porary Oblivions Had Been Ma
terially Cut Short.
Tho Goodlcyn have n sailor son, who
on ono occasion brought homo a pat rot
for tha amusement and cnllglitnnmcnt
of tho family. They kept It for the
sako of the donor on no other ac
count would It havo been given house
room. Of course, It was a perfectly
lenpcctnblo bird occasionally; but on
Sunday evenings, when young Mr.
Snlntly paid Ills regular visit, It was
deemed advlsublo to cover Polly with
a cloth. s
Recently, however, Mr. 8. took ad
vantngo of a hnlf-hollday accruing to
him, and mndo nn extra call on tho
Wednesday. As ho was ushered In
Miss Mnry Goot'toy doxtrously throw
the cloth over Polly's cage. Greet
ings over, thcro ensued tho ustinl nwk
wurd pnusv, which was broken by n
uqunwk from the covorcd cago.
"Well, I'll bo ovorlnstlugly blessed,"
until Polly. "This has been a thunder
ing short wrckl"
HANDS ITCHED AND BURNED
Abbotsford, Wla. "My son had ec
zema on his hands for about ono year.
The eczema started with a rash. His
hands wero aoro bo ho could not close
them, and when he wet his hands they
hurt him bo ho could hardly wash, HIb
hands Itched and burned jimt tcrrlblo
and If ho would scratch them, they
would break out Into sores. He could
not get any rest or sleep, and his
hands looked quite bad.
"We bad medicine and snlvo and it
kept getting worse nil tho tlmo. I got
some Cutlcurn Sonp and Olntmont,
and after washing his liandn with tho
Cutlcura Soar nnd putting Bomo of tho
Cutlcura Ointment on two times a day
and tying cloths on them for about six
months thoy got well nnd have not
broken out since. Cutlcurn Soap and
Ointment cured him entirely." (Sign
ed) Mrs. Lawrence Ktchl, Fob. 13,
Cutlcurn Soap and Ointment sold
throughout the world. Snmplo of each
free, wlth'32-p. Skin Book. Address
post-card "Cutlcura, Dept. L, Boston."
Rose Matilda's Sprinter.
"All's got u sprinter fin dat ol' wln
der sill in mah flngu' Mis' Greene,"
announced Roue Mntildn, who had
been scrubbing window sills, exhibit
ing tho Injured member. "Is yo' got a
pin or Bomo seen sharp t'lng yo' cayn
git it out wl't? Ah don' Jcb' wan' to
leavo It In, 'cn'so dem sprinters aln'
to bo trifle wlf. Ob, dcm'B do t'lng'll
do do business," as Mrs. Greene at
tacked tho Bplhiter with a pair of
tweezers and triumphantly drew It
out. "T'ank yo' Mis' Greene. Dem
teasers Is do bos' t'lng to oxkrnck
Part of the Truth.
"Robert, dear, how do you suppose
these dozens and dozenB of empty
bottles ever got into our cellar?
"Why, 1 don't know, my dear. 1
never bought an empty bottlo In my
Will Soon Wake Up.
Cincinnati woman declares sho has
discovered a man without .a fault.
Walt till they've been married ten
years. Milwaukee Sentinel.
For the Car.
"Sho .worries every time he takes
the car out"
"Yes, I don't blamo her. Thoy had
to save a long time to get that car."
lira. Wlnsiow'a BootUIng Bjrrup for Cltllilrca
tmblnir, softens tbc gums, rvtlui-ea Innatnma
tlon, allays pain, curts wind colic, tic a bottle.
I know ot no manner of speaking so
offensive as that of giving praise, and
closing it with an exception. Steele.
CURBS ITCHINO SKIN DISEASES.
Cola'a OtrbolisatTa stops Itching and mskas
We akbi smooth. All druggists. and 80c. Adv.
The more justice some people get
the less they are inclined to boast of
a IVTTCHIIISHOIJUHAVT MSK
kzW Faultlet Starch Twin DoUt t
I Tk crfl ana stag will be sent to ear sdJi-wrLpostpald, pa a 1 111 lllllaT f
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VjJaaMBrSK, oetwefvejfrpauofleeat rsultlsss Stars SSskajiS -faHBBf f
kfprU runiutt staich ca, im a. Me. kU
3.00 3.50 M.00 '4.50 AND '5.00
Won MEN AND WOMKN
ataMMMs- W. I m(mM.M, W,MM.MJsasf
WXJaaglMylresaaJ sells -of a 13.003 JMe4. 00 Uo
baa aav adMr mumfrutimr la the werM.
THE STANDARD OF QUALITY FOR OVIR SO YKARI.
i islatslesJ la evary pair.
r. aaace tha akari ommmm n-klek
shae aartscalarlr Jliai aw - .
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w mmmm er. a. wsaiw aees a ae
If Tan " ifaK WT 1 DaBS-laa lam
fsryearsssf aawearahtlh WVLDeaglasahass am aaase, yea weaM taaa a
way MM are warraatafU fit eeHer, leak better, aaU r-rnrnaji sag
latthaaaayeltoBSato far ts arise. utrtmm$.
fUnON.--Ta BMBaet msj ewiet Wsrtar akees.
aasav LselsrsBsaBBs. awswaa-asassssi
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A high-grade Piano Player, made
by the Acollnn peoplo of Now York
City. Cost $2fi0 good ns now only
a short tlmo In use. It IUh any piano.
Also $225 worth of rolls of music goes
with It. Will sell Playor und muslo
for $200. Reason for selling Is that
family owning It Is brenklng up. Ad
dress Box 808, Omaha, Neb. Adv.
And It might bo well to take n course
In physical training beforo you ntart
out to show u man tha eror of bis
Tho straight and narrow path does
n't look goad to tha rounder.
lIlesRlngs often come disguised, but
the wolf nt your door never docs.
A mun will never reach tho top who
Is too lazy tn movo until ho 1b pushed.
has no attraction for the pet son
with a weak stomach.
Vou havo no appotito nnd what
iittlo you do cat distresses you.
Try a bottlo of
and notice tho improvement in
your general health. Your food
will tasto good nnd do you good.
FOR SALE BY DRUQQ1STS AND DEALERS
are relieved at once by an applica
tion of Sloan's Liniment. Don't
rub, just lay on lightly.
" Hloan's JJtilinant has dona mora
good Uian aitjtliltig I bo ever tried
For stilt Joints. Igut my band hurt so
liaJlr that I had lo stop work right la
the busiest tlmo of the year. 1 thought
at first that 1 would have to havo my
Imud taken off, but 1 got a bottle ot
Sloan's l.lnlniuut und cured my hand."
WILTON WHEKLltn, Mouls.Ala.
Goc-4 for Broken Smews
a. U. Jonks, IUMwIii, I.. 1., writes t
"1 used Hloan's Liniment for broken
sinews above the knee cap caused by a
fall and to my great satlsfaeUoB was
able to resume work In less than three
weeks alter the accident,"
Fine for Sprain
Ma. IlKHRr A. Yokhl, M Somerset
St., I'lalfinelil, N. .1., writes: " A
frlond spralnM his anklo so badly
that It wont black. He laughed when
I told him that I would have Mm oat
In a week. I applied Hloan's Mnlnieat
and In four days be was working and
said Sloan's was a right good Llnl
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on bnrsee, cattle,
poultry sent free.
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