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RED OLOUD, NEBRASKA, CHIEF
FRENCH CHECK FOE
TEUTONS CAPTURE SIX TOWNS,
BRINGING THEM TO WITHIN
8IX MILES OF FORTRESS.
LOSSES ARE ENORMOUS
Derlln Claims 10,000 French Prisoners
nnd Much Booty Dattle May Last
a Fortnight Allies Face 300,000
Undon, Fob. 28. Tlio Irresistible
Herman iiml Austrian slego Kim which
BinnHhcil Uogo, Mniibougo and Ant
werp uro rnln'lng bIioIIs upon tho north'
oni fortn of Verdun. Tlio greatest of
French forti esses, kcyatono of tho
clnborato uich of French national do
feiiHu, Ih tho center of a Btrugglu of
London, Fob. 28. Moro tliati 150.000
Germans havo fallen In tho great bat
tlo for Verdun, which Is rnglng moro
fiercely than at any tlmo In tho last
llvo days of dospernto fighting, accord
ing to tho highest olllclal authority.
Massed infantry attaeka launched with
huge forces and backed by a cloud
burst of shell llro wero repulsed, ac
cording to tho Froncb olllclal report.
Hcrlln, howovcr, nnnounceB now nnd
serious gains toward Verdun wero
niado by tho aennana on Friday Tho
ofllclul report IoIIb of tho enpturo of
about 7,000 moro French soldlors,
bringing tho total of prisoners In tho
last fow dayB to 10,000, and tho cap
turo of Important fortified townB,
pressing tho French center back to
within six miles or tho city. At one
point tho Germans nro attacking four
and a balf miles from tho fortress.
Tho great battlo It Is now Bpokon
of as tho greatest since tho battlo of
tho Marno, which saved ParlB is now
not only a contest botweon two hugo
armies for tho fortress koy to tho
eastern French front, but has bocomo
a battlo between tho two maBtor minds
of tho war, tho kaisor and General
Joffro, commander In chlof of tho
French forces The kaiser has direct
ed tho German fighting from tho begin
ning of tho now offensive General
Joffro, it Is reported, arrived at tho
sceno of battlo Thursday.
After a slight pauso, probably to
bury their dead, tho Germans resumed
tho same battering attacks that havo
marked this front for almost a week.
Itow aftor row of men piled Into
French trenches, and at certain points
thero was real lighting In tho open.
Tho French assume tho battlo may
continue n fortnight. Tho German
forces aro known to bo nt least 300,000,
supported by numerous ID-Inch nnd
17-Inch Austrian mortars, with all tho
heavy artillery imcd In tho Serbian
campaign and part of that formerly
employed on tho Russian front.
Thu otllclal French communication
"In Champagno wo attacked and
captured nn enemy salient to tho
south of Sto. Mnrloa-Py. During this
action wo captured 300 prisoners, In
cluding 1G noncommissioned olllcers
and flvo ofTlcors.
"In tho Argonno our destructive flro
has been olllcaclous on German or
ganizations to tlio north of Laha
razco. "In tho regL to tho north of Ver
dun Btiow has fallen In abundanco dur
ing tho day.
"Several German nttackB with largo
effectives havo boon conducted with
unprecedented vlolenco on La Goto
du Polvro (about four and ono-halt
mllos north of Verdun), hut wero
"Another attack on our positions
In tho Hols do la Vaucho also has
Tho military critic of tho Temps
,'oports that heavy French o-enforco-ncntB
havo Leon brought up.
Tho text of tho Germuu official
. tat era on t follows:
"On tho right banks of the niver
Mouso our auccesses previously re
ported wero exploited in different
directions. Tho fortified villages and
farms of Champnouvlllo, Cottllato,
Marmont, Iieaumont Chambrcttes
and Orncs wero captured.
"In addition all tho enemy's posi
tions as far as tho rldgo of Loudo
mont wero enptured by Btorm.
"Tho sanguinary Iobbch of tho
enemy again wero extraordinarily
henvy, whllo our losses wero normal.
"Tito number of prisoners taken
was lncrj-ased by over 7.000 to moro
"No information can yet bo given
with inuurd to tho booty In material
which c raptured."
Tho Importnnco of tho gains north
wnrd of Verdun is evident. It Is not
nlono tho strongest Frjnrli fortress
but It offers direct communication
with Paris and has boon a thorn In
tho flesh of tho Germans for 18
p-'nths. Military observers consider
that It Is now likely that Verdun Boon
will bo menaced on nil sides. Tho
German lino of communication north
of Verdun has boor greatly Improved.
Milwaukee Man Bankrupt.
Milwaukee Feb 2C Francis J
Romadka, formerly connected with tho
Jtomadka Brothers' company, trunk
manufacturers, has filed a voluntary
bankruptcy potltlon In tho federal
court. He admits liabilities of $98,700
Military Training nt Princeton.
Princeton. N. J., Feb 2C President
jllibben of Princeton university an
nounced ho favored the plan to Incor
iporato a course In military training
ilnto tho curriculum, allowing It to
monk sM y I V yssr zSsftzyty
VjX Yf ftrri-enttcV-JLlN'lJg'Mlhlal Z, iTl
Vl Scaloof- Miles -7 "r"'VirliWrfflS """V
This map shows the location of tho furious lighting that Is taking place In
Franco in connection with tho drlvo on Verdun being made by a strong
German forco under tho crown prluco. Tho urrow points to tho placo whoro
tho conflict has been tho most despcrnto.
CAPTURE 3,000 FRENCH
BERLIN REPORTS BIG SUCCESS
ON WE8TERN FRONT.
Teutons Pierce Enemy's Line for Two
Mites Paris Admits Evacuation
Borlln (via London), Fob. 2C An
nouncement of another Important
gain In tho offcnslvo on tho western
front was made by tho war offlco. Tho
statement BayB that In Upper Alsace
tho Germans captured a position 700
yards wldo and 400 yards deep.
Tho war olllco also announced thnt
German forces had penetrated tho op
posing lines for a dlstanco of throo
kilometers (two miles) In tho north
ern sector of tho VVoovro.
It Is Bald tho allies lost moro than
3,000 prlsonorB and great quantities of
Tho toxt of tho oincial Btatemont
"In tho neighborhood of tho trenches
enptured by our troops February 21 to
tho east of Souchoz tho positions of
tho enemy wero considerably dam
aged by mining operations. Tho num
ber of prisoners taken hero wns In
creased to 11 olllcers and 348 men.
Tho booty consisted of three machluo
"In tho Mans hill artillery duels
continued with undiminished vlo
lenco. "East of tho (Mouse) river wo at
tacked a position which tho enemy had
been fortifying for ono nnd a half
years with all means of fortress con
struction In tho neighborhood of iho
vlllngo of ConBenvoyo in order to ob
tain an embarrassing effect on our do
fenso In tho northern Bcctor of tho
"Tho attack was dcllvorcd on n
front oxtending well over ten kllomo
ttrs( Blx miles) nnd wo penetrated as
far as throo kllometerB into tho onomy
"Apart from considerable sanguin
ary losses tho enemy lost moro than
3,000 men in prisoners and great quan
tities of material.
"In Upper Alsaco our attack to tho
eaBt of Ileldwllcr resulted In captur
ing an enemy position extending over
a width of 700 meters nnd for a dopth
of 400 motors. About eighty prisoners
Tho war offco communlquo on
Wednesday sa'3 that tho battlo Is pro
nulling violently and admits that tho
French troops havo evueuatod tho vll
lago of Haumont. This position was
abandoned after a sanguinary conlllct
in which tho Germans suffered heavy
Tho battlo extends over n front of
forty kilometers (twonty-llvo miles)
and seven Gorman nrmy corps (2S0.000
men) aro engaged This announce
ment was uiadu olllclally by tho war
BARS TRAVEL ON ARMED SHIP
Gore Has Resolution to This Effect
Which Ho Will Introduce in
Washington, Feb. 25. Senator Goro
of Oklahoma announced that ho would
Introduce n resolution on Wednesday
to prohibit American citizens from
traveling on armed merchant vessels
of belligerent nations.
Senate Agrees to Fletcher.
Washington, Feb 28. Tho sennto
confirmed tho nomination of Henry
Prnther' Fletcher as ambassador to the
government of Moxlco Tho vote was
49 to 10. Flotcher Is expected to take
up his now duties nt onco.
Crew Fears Another Bomb.
Mobile. Ala.. Feb 28. Fearing for
their lives, the crew of tho Italian tank
stennier Llvretta. aboard which an ex
plosion occurred six weeks ngo, r
fused to go back to Port Arthur to ro
EIGHT DIE IN WRECK
REAR-END COLLISION NEAR NEVI
Athletes Are Hurt and Many
Other Passengers 8uffer '
Now Haven, Conn., Fob. 24. Eight
persons wero killed, sixteen seriously
injured and scores shaken up and
bruised on Tucsdny on tho Now York.
Now Haven & Hnrtford when tho Con
necticut Itlver special, from Spring
Held for Now York, stalled nenr Mil-
j ford, was run Into by a special train
Ono of tho cars on tho Springfield
train was JUIcd with Yalo students
on tho way to Now York. It is not
belloved thnt any of them wero killed,
but several noted Yalo men wero in
jured and tnkon to a hotel nt llrldgo
port. Among these nro John It. Kil
Patrick of Now York, former track
athleto and football star; Allan Coroy,
son of William B Corey, former presi
dent of tho United States Steel cor
poration, nnd former Yalo baseball
captain; Morgan O'Brien, son of for
mer Justlco Morgan O'Urlon of tho
Now York supremo court, and Ford
Tho Sprlngllold trnln had stopped
Just outsldo of Mllford becauso of
troublo with an air hose. Whllo this
wns being repaired tho Boston train
was seen coming. Tho llngman rushed
ahead to glvo tho warning, but In vain.
Ho wns ground to pieces by tho on
coming trnln, the engineer nnd flro
mnn of which also lost their lives. A
Pullman porter also was crushed to
WOOD HITS AT DEFENSE FOES
Major General Calls Those Who Op
pose Preparedness Dangerous
Enemies of Nation.
Peoria. 111., Feb. 24. MnJ. Gen.
Leonard Wood, U. S. A., on Tuesday
night mndo a stirring plea for prepar
edness of men, "not In preparation for
war, but as Insurnnco against It," in
n speech at tho annual Washington's
birthday dinner of tho Crovo Coour
club In tho Coliseum. A great audi
onco heard him. Other speakers wero
Henry D. Estabrook and Dudley Field
Mnlono, collector of tho port of New
General Wood confined his speech
to tho value of tho military Instruc
tion camps, from which, ho said, ho
hoped to see tho r.rmy develop 50.000
olllcora for tho reserve Ho pointed
out how small oven this number Is
when compared to tho 127,000 ofllcerf
thnt wore tho bluo In tho Civil wur
lies Moines, In., Feb 25. United
States Senator Albert B Cummins of
Iowa filed affidavit on Wednesday
with tho secretary of stato as a can
didate for tho presidency of the,
United StnteB on tho Republican tick
et Tho affidavit was 8cnt from Wash
ington and was filed by John Jamleson,
Self-Defense Plea Wins.
Atlanta, Gn., Feb, 28. J. H, Miles
was acquitted of tho murder of A. M.
Endy, who was klllod nt tho Miles
homo January 15. MIIob claimed self
defense Endy's mother and sister
fainted when verdict was brought In
Two Negroes Executed.
Rnlelgh, N. C, Fob 28. A double
electrocution occurred In tho atnto
prison when Gcorgo Poston nnd Ernest
l.owry. negroes, went to their denth
for the murder of Grant Davis, a farm
er, year ngp. noin confessed
PLAY WAITING GAME
WARRING MEASURE CANNOT BE
President of Illinois University Urges
It Along With Military Measure
Congress Gives Suffrage
Wolotti Newt paper L'nlon Ncv Scrvleo
Washington. Loaders in both
houses of eongtess, who for several
days havo agilated the passage of n
resolution warning Americana not to
ttavel on armed ships, soi-tn convinced
that no bucIi tmasuro could bo put
through nt present. Senator Goro, who
hns such a resolution pending, issued
n statement saying that while ho still
favored n warning, ho believed the ob
jects Fought by his resolution already
had been accomplished through public
discussion. Representative McLo
more, whoso warning resolution In tho
house has been kept from coming up
by administration lenders, Bald ho was
content to wait until tho president and
Secretary Lansing had opportunity to
try out tholr policy of asserting deter
minedly tho right to travel on ships
See Little Hope In Congress.
Boston. A survey of tho present
congres.8 has convinced sulfrago advo
cates that thero Is no hope of obtain
ing from it action favorablo to na
tional woman suffrage,' Mrs. Carrlo
Chapman Cntt, president of tho Na
tional American Woman Suffrage asso
dlnatlon, snld at a conference of suf
frngo workers of this state hero. "Tho
campaign to convlnco congress will bo
continued," she added, "becauso by
aiming at congress wo may hit some
FOR ECONOMIC PREPAREDNESS
President James Urges It Along
New York. Urging economic as
well as military proparedness, Ed
mund J. James, president of tho Uni
versity of Illinois, speaking before
the economic club, asserted tho power
of tho nation should bo toward do
vcloplng all strength of the peoplo,
individually and collectively.
"Wo must plan to dovolop and train
our industrial, social nnd political
leaders," ho said. "In this country
those como out of nil classes and wo
should encourage their activity and
Initiative. Tho shncklcs must bo re
moved from American enterprlso nnd
energy If tho highest Interests of tho
laboring man as well as other classes
In the community nro to bo secured.
Our laws must bo certnln, nnd inter
fere as llttlo as possible with that
liberty of action and thought which Is
tho strentgh of democracies, whether
in Industry or politics."
British Liner Strikes Mine.
London. Tho Peninsular nnd Orl
cr.'al lino steamship Maloja. carrying
npproximntely 150 passengers, a crow
of about 200, mostly Lascars, was sunk
in the strnlts of Dover Sunday morn
Ing, presumably by striking a mine.
A majority of tho passengers, ac
cording lo an official announcement,
wns saved. An unofllclnl report BayB
that about twenty-flvo bodies wero
landed nt Dover.
The steamship Empress, of Fort
William, of 2.1S1 tons gross, whllo at
tempting to rescue tho survivors of
tho Mnloja, struck another mino nnd
sunk In less thnn half an hour. Tho
crow of tho Empress was Bavcd by
other boats In tho vicinity.
Land Drawing at Alliance.
Alliance. Thousands of acres of
land are to bo opened to ontry through
tho Alllanco land olllco March 24. Tho
tracts contain from forty to 1G0 acres
each and aro located twenty-flvo miles
southwest of Alliance. Tho land Is
under tho government reclamation
project and has been withhold from
entry for n number of ycura until tho
canal could bo completed. To lllo on
this land It will bo necessary for per
sons to como to Alllanco and soouro a
pint of tho land. It will bo necessary
for each porson to visit tho land per
sonally and pick out tho placo best
suited for his requirements.
Nemaha Good Corn County.
Washington. Tho department of
igrlculturo lias Just issued a thirty
olght pago soil survey of Nemaha
county, based on tho work of tho
department nnd tho Nebraska soil sur
voy. Tho county 13 a heavy corn pro
riiipnr. mm acre of corn being grown
for ovory aero of all other crops com
blnod. Tho roport contains nn analy
sis of tho various soils encountered In
tlio county. Forty-two per cent of tho
nroa of tho county Is mndo up of Cnr
rlUGton silt loam, which Is considered
n good agricultural soil.
Placed Under Portuguese Flag.
Ltbson. The official Gazette pub
lishes two decrees regarding tho thirty-six
German nnd Austrian morchont
vessels seized In tho Tngus rlvor and
placed under tho Portugueso Hag. Tho
first Indicates tho work of refitting
to bo performed In ordor to adapt
theso vosboIs for transport and othor
purposes for which thry havo been
requisitioned as It is to bo distinctly
understood that they havo not boon
confiscated. Tho socond decreo ap
points u committee to supervise the
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INCLINED TO DIFFER.
State Superintendent Thomas Takes
Issue with Attorney General.
State Superintendent A. O. Thomas
Is Inclined to differ with an opinion of
Doptity Attorney General Dexter T.
Barrett. Tho attorney general's depart
motn recently held that a consolidated
school district is liable for the pay
ment of n bonded debt that has been
voted by n district that was taken
into the consolidated district. Mr.
Thomas Is Investigating for himself
nnd had about made up his mind that
tho original district that Incurred tho
debt must pay It, that property of the
ontlro consolidated dlrtriet cannot be
taxed to pay the bonds. If fucIi u
ruling is given it will .stand as the
law of the state until set nsld by the
courts, The attorney general's opin
ion Is not as elTeutlve. though Attor
ney General Hoed once issued n state
ment saying a state officer who fol
lows the nttorncy general's opinion
Is relieved of liability that may go
out or his following It. A large and
nlmost unanimous dissent went up
when tho attorney general made this
Time Deposits In Nebraska Banks
Wliat has been rumored for onmo
time, but never definitely stated from
any olllclal source, now receives con
firmation in u report filed by State Ac
countant DoFrnnco Bhowing that Statu
Treasurer Hall has $19,000 of stato
money placed as tlmo deposits In cer
tain banks of Nebraska, on which t
and 5 per cent luterst isb eiug drawn.
Tho banks and tho amounts carried by
them, respectively, nro:
Elba Farmers Stato Bank, $5,000;
Elba Stato bank, $5,000.
Carroll Citizens tSate bank, $1,000.
Leigh Leigh State bank, $5,000.
Depository banks generally aro pay
ing tho stato only 3 per cent Interest
on the money furnished them by tho
stnto treasurer. Stato Accountant De
Franco thinks It would bo a good plan
to put out moro public funds ns tlmo
deposits, for tho sake of tho higher In
terest collected. Ho says this could bo
done just as well as not, becauso most
of tho banks holding regulnr deposits
kcop tho monoy tho year round.
But Two Mexican Veterans In State.
A roster of tho veterans of tho Mex
ican, civil nnd tho Spanish-American
wars, issued by Secretary .of Stato
Pool, under provisions of ' nn act
of tho last legislature, shows a total
of 4,009 civil war veterans, 1,230 Spanish-American
war veterans and two
veterans of tho Mexican war living in
Nebraska. Tho names wero furnished
by tho counties to tho secretary of
state and havo been published in
pnmphlet form. W. A. Itawloy of
Falls City, company F. Third Min
nesota regiment, and Robert Wood of
Waterbury, Dixon county, Fourteenth
Ohio, aro tho two Mexican war vet
erans listed in tho roster. It contains
tho names of n fow who served In
Indian wnrs and in the Sioux Indian
Sheep Feeders Day at State Farm.
A sheep feeders' day will be held at
tho Agricultural Experiment Station
on Friday, March 17. At this tlmo ten
lots of sheep which hnvo been fed
dlfforont rations will bo on exhibition,
nnd tho results of tho test will bo
nnnounced. In nddltlon to tho an
nouncement of tho results n program
by sheep feeders will bo given.
Gcorgo W. Bcrge, candidate for tho
tlemocrntlc nomination for governor
has issued a public letter to Mayor
Bryan In which ho assumes that Mr.
Brynn was In good faith In offer to
withdraw if any ono of flvo democrats
named would enter tho race; following
thlB with an offer to withdraw his own
namo If elthor Judgo J. J. Thomas of
Soward or J. S. Canady of MInden
would allow himself to bo dratted.
Govornor Morehend will glvo three
cash prlzos of $ff, $3 and $2, respec
tively to pupils of tho ninth grade In
tho Lincoln high school composing
tho host essayB on tho subject of
"puro foods." Announcement to that
offoct wan mndo on tho governor's
behnlf by Food Commissioner Ilnrman
In an address to 200 students In the
ropresentatlvo chamber of tho capltol.
That tho oxplosion In n wnsto fur
aaco of the Btato capltol ono day laBt
week was tho work of a practical
Joker is tho decision reached by Chlof
of Detectives Andes, of tho Lincoln
pollco, in charge of tho Investigation
Antles Is satisfied that no attempt wbh
mado to damagn tho proporty and has
dropped tho caso.
Adjutant General Hall Is writing to
all tho Nebraska senators and congros
men requesting thorn to nld In serur
Ing ono or two modern military aero
planes of tho tractor type, to bo fur
nished by tho United States war de
partment for tho Nebraska national
guard. Equipment Is nlso wanted to
go with tho machines. Genornl Hall
enys If ho can got them ho will bo
nblo to qualify at least flvo avIatorB
and from twonty-flvo to fifty observors.
Ho proposes to hold a school of nvla
ion for this purpose
Secretary of Stato Pool will bo com
pelled to roturn to Claronco Mnckoy of
Ansley his petition nominating John
G. Mahor for govornor on tho demo
cratic ticket If ho insists tho potltlon
is not a Joko. It is irrogular In thnt
nono of tho potitoners except Mr.
Mnckoy has writton his postoinco ad
dross, but Inslcnd has Jabbed tho papor
twice with tho point of a poncil In Imi
tation of ditto marks. It is said It
makes no dlffcrcnco because this tlmo
Mr. Mahor does not Intend to run for
Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vegeta
ble Compound Helped Her.
West Dnnby, N. Y. "I hnvo had
nervous trouble all my lifo until I took
Lydia U. Pinkham's
pound for nerves
and for female trou
bles and it straight
ened mo out in good
all tho time, as wo
llvo on n farm and I
have four girls. I do
nil mv sowinir and
other work with
their help, so it
nhows that I stnnd it real well. I took
tho Compound when my ten year old
dnughter camo and It helped mo a lot.
I hnvo nlso had my oldest girl toko It
and It did her lots of good. I keep it In
tho houso all tho time and recommend
It." Mrs. Dewitt Slncebaugh, West
Danby, N. Y.
Sleeplessness, nervousness, irritabil
ity, bncknche, headaches, dragging sen
sations, nil point to femalo dernngo
menta which may bo overcome by Lydia
E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.
This famous remedy, tho medicinal
ingredients of which nro derived from,
native roots and herbs, has for forty
years proved to bo a most valuablo tonio
nnd invigorntorof tho female organism.
Women everywhere bear willing testi
mony to the wonderful virtuo of Lydia,
E. Pinkham's Vegotablo Compound.
Locked Up Potash.
About two miles northeast of Su
perior, Wyo., aro tho Lcuclte Hills,
which aro made up lurgcly of Igneous
rocks in tho form of volcanic necks,
sheotB intruded Into the stratified
rocks, nnd dikes cutting across tho
Associated with these intrusive
rocks nro volcanic cones and lava
flows. These rocks havo long been
objects of scientific Interest because
of their unusual charactor.
Lately they have attracted addi
tional Interest by reason of the potash-rich
mineral, leucito, they contain,
which may some day bo utilized if a
process can be found for extracting:
tho potash cheaply.
It has been estimated that the Ig
neous rock of the Leucito Hills con
tains more than 197,000,000 tons of
"Is thero much in this real estate
business?" "Oh, yes; thero aro lots to soil."
If a man enn afford to sit down and
wait for n golden opportunity to como
nlong ho doesn't need it.
Many n case of lovo at sight Is duo
to dimness of tho light.
Achy Joints Give Warning
A creaky joint often predicts rata. It
tnny also mean that tho kldnoys aro not
flllorlug tlio poisonous urlo sold from the
blood. Dad backs, rhuuinatlo pains, sore,
aching joints, heatluches, dizziness slid
urinary disorders are all effects of weak
kidneys nnd if nothing is done, tboro's
danger of moro serious trouble. Use
Doan'i Kidnty Pith, tbo belt rooom
ineuded kidney remedy.
A Kansas Case
B. C. Wolford, ox
Rherlff, U 1 n c o 1 n,
Kan., Bays: "I was
In pain most of tho
tlmo and felt run
down and misera
'Bf fry Pic
ture Itlli a
ble. My tmcit wax
lame and weak andj
I couldn't stralRht-
en on nccount ofi
tlio acute twInKCF
in my loins. Th r
tnfi. THnnllv T HRprV
Doan's Kidney Pills and tho pain and
other ailments left mo after I had tok
en four boxes. I haven't needed any
kidney medlclno In tho post several
Ct Dotn'i at Any Stora, BOc a Bm
FOSTER-MILBURN CO., BUFFALO, N. Y.
IV Clogged Up
That'a Why You're Tired Out of Sorte
Have No Appetite.
will put you right
in a few days.
Biliousness, Indigestion and Sick I leadacho
SMALL PILL, SMALL DOSE, SMALL PRICE.
Genuine must bear Signature
from a Done Spavin, Ring Done,
Splint, Curb, Side Bone, or similar
trouble and gets horse going sound.
It acts mildly but quickly and good re
sults are lasting. Does not blister
or remove the hair and horse can
be worked. Page 17 in pamphlet with
each bottle tells how. $2.00 a bottle
delivered. Horse Book 9 M free.
ABSOHBINE, JR., the antiseptic liniment
for mankind, reduces Painful Swellings, En
larged Glands, Wens, Bruises, Varicose Veins;
heals Sores. Allays Pain. Will tell you
more if you write. SI md $2 a bottle at
dcikn of dcllrered. Lltxral trUI bottle lor 10c lumpi.
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