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GIIASS IS KINO! HlTflltAUt!
Khout for Joy. The green grass rules.
fit's more valuable than oats, vtfient ami
corn together. Luxuriant meadows are
the farmer's delight
get them and a very sure
is to sow Salzer's Extra Grass Mixtures,
No need of waltlnc a life time either
R.ilzer has a mixture, sown in April,
producing hay In June. Many farmers
report yields of six tons of magnificent
l.ny per acre. Over ono hundred dif
ferent kinds of grasses, cloers, Tco
fclnte, Sand Vetch, Giant Spurry and
Fodder plantH! 35 packages earliest
vegetables for $1.00.
If jun will nil thU mil anil until
with 10c. postage- to the John A. Salzcr
Heed Co., La Ciossc, Wis., you will re
ceive free ten grass and grain samples
and their mammoth seed catalogue.
Catalogue alone Ce. for mailing, w.n.
Driltli.ll ltdiil lit till) I lice.
A rather curious discovery has been
made with rcfeience tohohilcrs killed
in battle. On the authority of severnl
Knjjlish iiriny surgeons, it can be stated
that the cause of death is clearly shown
in the expression of the faco of'aeorpse
on the Held of battle. Those who have
been hilled by sword thrusts have a
look of rcpo&c; if it was a bullet that
killed, pain, often of the most fright
ful nature, is clearly depicted. Medi
1JU of An
To cleanse the system In a gentlf and
truly foenellelal manner, when the
Spiliijjtlme comes, use the true and per
fect lemcdy, Symp of FIrs. One bottle
will answer for till the family and costs
only 50 cents: the large size 1. Huy
the genuine. Manufactured by the Cal
ifornia KIb Syrup Companj only, and
for sale by all dtuggtsts.
Ki cry lie is the nsMisshi ot bomcboih s
Jvcr Jtestorrr. No 1 Its lift Tt lie lirltlu's iim,
JlarvelouscMrrs. Trt-atiM'aml SStrlalliciitli'firi t
'1 hero is n foolish control crs ni to the
iiiiiigliinry leadership of New York stHety
lant meadows are ! lauorv was usucu oi a renrci
A positive way to of io engineer corps, mted
,.,. n ,. in.,v. army. "I flatter myself that
Hire ono wo kno RW?hM thc coloncli ..0ll0 lln
sn an r
would make no impres- 9.
siononthe number of the
germs of consumption k
that exist in one affected ?.
lung. Ail germs are lit
tle enough, but those
which cause consump
tion are very minute.
Cod-liver oil won't kill
them. We don't know a
remedv which will. The
"Can you tell mo, colonel, what is
the difference between capital and
labor?" was ashed of a retired ofllcer
t 1 can,
William II. Vanderbilt died lie was run
down by nn unruly team at lleetwootl
park. His injuries did not amount to
a .scratch, sir, but they caused a panic
in Wall sttcet and the newspapers pub
lished four columns about It At the
fennio instant a brick mason fell from
the top of a wall lie was buildinj: and
broke his neck. One-twentieth of u
column answered for him. That. sir.
is the difference between capital anil
Mini una Mndn l .Mourn,
Perhaps Init rliouiiintNin need not mid to
thccnhiiultlcs to which we are inoi cor less
subject, when theie Is such tin oflleleiit
Melius of coimtcrncilns thedliu complaint
us hosteller's Momiich lllttcm. Vi hen the
ller, bowids and stomach nie ontof older,
ortho Kldncjsor neries iroublesoine, the
Hitlers Niilbii iin eiTeetiial tcmed.i ll lite
eltts and rpinedles all nialailnl dliorilers
"Any cmphnsis given to avademic
pyninastlcs that goes beyond the point
of lievelonlne a man'b animalism for
any other purpose than to give the best
possible support to the enlargement as
a rational and moral possibility is a
perversion of thc purpose of human
i discipline, and to that degree blocks
the wheels of all proper college inten
tion," writes Dr. l'arkhnrst in the
Marcli Ladies' Home .Journal "Nov-
ertheles-s, the ical animous of the nth
lotic tendency is a wholesome augury
of a 1 etter hi eed of men. "'
, Cim-'k Cough IliiUcm
! ttpiMrt MiidtK-Ht. It will break up afolu Ulak.
e.-u.ar. anitliltiBeWo-. ltlsftlwayarrlliibl.'. Irvls.
I lion Chri'Mi straw Arn Miidis
To make cheese strnws. put half a
pound of sifted flour in a mixing bowl.
.Make a hollow in the center and in it
1 put four ounces of butter, two ounces
i of cheese, nn csrg, a pinch of red pep
per and one gill of milk, added slowly
I .Mix all well together. Holl out the
paste till it is about one-eighth of an
inch thick; cut into strips one-quarter
' of an inch wide and six inches long,
and place in a moderate men until
, colored a light brown. Jrcrvc very hot
II tho llaby is cutting Teetu.
octnre ami ue Hint uM mul well Moil rrinnly, ilrJ.
t lMLim's booTiil.o Si ri r tor Chlldten Tcetlilnc-
PHAYED UEFOHE FIGHTINa.
' germs float in the air and
we cant Keep irom
breathing them into our
lungs. Then why don't
all of ns have ennsunm- 9.
. . r
9 uonf tsecauseaneaitny
throat, sound lungs, and
ft a strong constitution
won't allow the germs to
'9 gain a foothold.
of Cod-liver Oil, with
and maintains the
strength, increases the
$ weight, heals inflamed
! mfitnhrflnes and nrevents
fc serious lung trouble. 9
This is why it is the food-
:j medicine in coughs, ft
colds, loss of flesh, and 9.
$i joe. nnd J1.00 at all driiKKists. J.'
-v. ft.'a s.'4 Tt&Zitotas ns we '3.9
The secretary of thc New York tene
ment house commission, Mr. Kdward
Marshall, contributes to the March
number of the Century a paper entitled
"Stamping Out the London Slums.
j Tins is thc first account that has been
; written of the enterprise which, at tlte
cost of two and a half million dollars,
London has undertaken in thc cleans-
ing nnd rebuilding of one of the worst
I of her slums. Mr. Marshall sets fortli
the ehniactcr of the people and of thc
1 neighborhood, nnd then describes this
1 improved manner in which the poor
1 will be housed. The article has a di
rect bearing on similar problems in the
1 lnrgc cities of the United States.
I All About Western Turin I. mills.
The Corn licit' lb the name of an
illustrated monthly newspaper pub
lished by the Chicago, llurlington Ar
yulney it. U. It nims to givo informa
tion in nn interesting way about thc
farm lands of the west. Send 25 cents
in postage stamps to the "Corn licit."
JO'.I Adams St, Chicago, and thc paper
will be sent to your address for one
In Harper's lla.ar for February iltli
will be nublished beveral beautiful de
signs for elaborato tea gowns, from
i l'aiis, and a wedding toilette, tlte iirst
of thc season. A variety of costumes
i for children, and some pretty spring
dresses, will make the number a bigniii
' cant and striking issue in the world of
low a farms for saloon crop pnvnii'nts. 111
I per tent cash. Inliuuc .; nop yearly, until
! paid lor. J. MULHALL, Vnul.egnii, 111.
I A photograph that is not letter looking
j than the Mibject is n oor photogrnj li
! Kxiici Iimii li-uil miiny nuillif r to
"IV r.iriTi(.Mli eiTii ic, (cmsultls hHt.ljl,r
I kuo t lur cu Us pain mi I almost every wojkuek.
No amount of cultivation inn mnle a
Imd tree I ear food fruit
'I'linae allot! rualllK l'il'll!
11ml nsllu') urj 11 ml rmirim l 1 n muie lliem nml
Hi n )uutua wuUhiiiI ruu nml Jump in u like,
l';liiion tlrnor.tU Intokril the Dlilna
lllrlnc I'lxiu 'llirlr l.fTorln.
(From New York Herald.)
The niennco of war, Just now so vio
lent, brings to mind the devotional,
s!de of some historical belligerent.
The pagans wero wont always to mnko
pncrlflces to tholr gods before entering
on the battle, nnd Christiana have imi
tated them In nppealing to the l)llno
support. Ono of the earliest l coords
in hlRtory of n prayer before battle Is
that of Childerlc, King ot Gnul, n pagan,
who heforo going into battle nt Zuol
plch, some -100 years ntter Clnlnt.
prayed to tlio God of the Clivlstinns
to help him to victory. Ills foe wns
Aitlln, King of the Huns, nnd Childerlc
vowed if God would give him the vic
tory he would embrace tlio Christian
King GiiBluvus Adolphus of Sweden
in the thirty years' war knelt on the
battlefield of Luctzon (1G32) before tlio
beginning of the conflict. The prayer
ot a Hungarian, oilicor, before one of
tlio Imttlcs fought for the independence
ot Hungary in 184!) was as follows: "I
will not ask thee, Lord, to help u,and
I know thou wilt not help the' Aus-
trinns; but if thou wilt sit on yonder
hill thou slialt not be ashamed of thy
children." This wns the prayer of the
"Fighting Dlsliop" Leslie before one of
the battles fought in Ireland: "O God,
for our unworthlness we are not lit
to claim thy help; but if wo are bad,
our enemies nio worse, nnd it thou seest
not meet to help us, we pray thee help
them not, but stand thou neuter on this
day, and leave it to the arm of thc
The ono offered heforo thc battle of
Kdgo Hil! by Sir Jacob Astley was:
"Thou knowest, O Lord, that I shall
he very busy thla day, nnd If I forget
thcv forget thee not me," and then
the command followed, "March on,
hoys!" As King Edward advanced with
his columns to Hannockhurn, he re
marked to his nidu, seeing the Scotch
on their knees: "See, they kneel. Tho
rebels nro asking pardon." D'Umphra
vlllo was heard to lemark, "Yes, hut
it 1b to the King of Kings. These men
conquer or die on this Held."
Oliver Cromwell hud public prayers
before going to battle on several oc
casions, as, for instance, previous to
the battle of Dunbar. It is a curious
fact that tho English p raj or book con
tains prayers, or at least one prayer,
to be said before going into action at
sea, while nothing is piovided for use
befoie engagement on land.
I Sprlnc liiinim and llri'n Sun.
I One of the Hist subjects broached in
tho enrlj spring are the m w color- tlm
are sen' us from 1'aris Nothing is
lost In bilirbtiipss. for vivid tints pic
va H and brilliancy abounds. I ombina
tions will thrive, and the most proml
neiitiobxs are oiuuge-icd. or nastur
tium, golclen-biown, giecn and thenj
pink. Sibil fabrics as plain white,
p'nli. yellow and blue pique, and tho
same having an occasional rib of white
mid i'Mmi a blink hairline, will be worn
more than ever There will be blazer,
coat anil waist suits, and nil will htne
a skirt witli gnthers at the back. the.
yards Wide and well gored, tho fiont
iianow, ns thev tire all cut nowadajs.
l'lain and elaborate gowns nie fashion
ed out nf the neat plaid, striped and
cheeked ( litlieroe zephyrs that are
lighter in weight than the heay goods
sold under the name of gingham.
State of Ohio, Oity of Toledo. Lucas
Krtiuk .1. Cheney makes oath that he
Ir tlin soiilor imrtner of the firm of F.
I J. Client y Co.. dolnsr buslin'cn In tho
' City of Toledo, County nnd SUte ufore
j said, and Ui.it said firm will pay the
sum of One Hundred Oollnrs for enoii
I and every case ot CaUirh that cannot
be cuied by the use of Hall s caiarrn
Cuie. FltANK J. CHUNHY.
Sworn to before me and 8U!oribed In
my presniee this Ctb dav of December,
A. D. Ifci6. A. W OLKASON.
(Pcnl.) Notary Public.
Hall's Cntanh Cure Is taken Internal-1-
and acts dlieetly on the blood and
mucous surfaces of tin system. Send
for testimonial'), free
F. J. CIII3NKY : CO.. Toledo, O.
Sold by drtiRKlats; "fie.
Hall's Family Pills. 2Sc.
Q Is tlio
0 to UfO
'llio I'ltltivatiou of
tolacco is )ioliiliited
SMDKE YOUR MEAT WITH
WAK UftUlO EXTRMfSHOLE
nCP. Blorplilmi IlubltClll.il in 10 fntlll
BRW Wto "01ii. Nojill) tlllriirrd. ,,
tiiGlIlDR.J.STtPHENS.Lcbanon.Onio. J "lM
VI Thompson's Eye Water,
If nffllrlPiln til
-I'ltowN's liito.M mAi.Tuotlli:s"nre aslni
iio jet nio-t ellctiial icintvly for Coii(-h,
I Hour-oie-NS and Hronchial '1 roubles. Avoid
' Kiery 1 ashless plttro is anuojed bj some
I art it'll ur loafer
1 os ( uro lor ( om-uinptiou linsleeu it
medielito with ns huho isim- j. u
dison, tli.l -I'-'d Ave , t lilutzo, 11 h.
In tr ing to I o Indei eudenf ninny j oo
io nie ositiicij iitt o ito
i f, fify.'tp
wm rHio 5n Mm i w)&
B a "tfOlU H HBB9ta (?iiUy U BbV7 N
1st Prize, Kimball Piano. "Style 3." $600 00
2d Prize. Bicycle, for man or woman 75 00
3d Piize. Cash 50 00
iO Cash Prizes, each $25 250 00
10 Cash Prizes, each $10 100 00
60 Cash Prizes, each $2 120 00
S 1,195 00
Tlin 11 rut nrUo will be kIoii to tlio niTnon rlio oiitrurt tlm Inucritt
piili-iu-u In iroiiil Knullhli loiiiulnliii: mi Ii-ltcrof tlm iiliilmlu'l inor t ban t lir-o
tluiL-H. I tin not lu'Oi-Hsarj tiiuseKirry lt!tlTirilii'iillmb't. 'I lie ittlmr prliri-4 t 111
go in ri;uliir onltr to tlioitu coiiipoiuorH iiomi Kiiiiit-iifi-K ure uxt In k-iikiu
Kvery i-iiiniotitor wiioso sentence renc'lics tHcnty-iwo luticrswlll reci-lvu it pmior
coveied volunio cotitalulnst twelve of V11kie Collins' iiomiIk wln-tlierhti wlnsti tirlre
or not Tlilscoiitest.clo5.eH April l.'i. 18'Hi. Tlm prlzo winners will bo announced ono
week later and then Inning kuiitonce published Incusu two or more prle-wln-nintf
w'ntonces nru of tue suuiu leufttb prefeieni'e will bo (jlvcn to th l)f-t one.
Eui li oiiiptltor iniiit coiihtruct bUown sentence, anil no peixiii will be ullowuil
to enti r this eon test more tlian once, senlonces t umiut bo coruvtcd or biibstliiited
Hfter they art) rccelied. Kesldcuis of Uniuhu urj not iiormltliil u cuiuiote.
RULES FOR TE SEWTENCE-(No Others Purnlhhed.)
TholciiKth of ti hcuteno Is to li ineiisurcd by tho nunibcrof litters llcontiibis,
but no lotturi'iin bo usuil or eoiinted more than llireo tlnii-s no word except "it"
or 'i" can ho uod iiioru than ence. Tlm s'-utonee mustcoiisUtot eomnlntu wonls.
Hlcnx, (Uures, iibhivvl.itions oreoutructloun, i'l-.. must not bo tiid Tho pronoun
"1" and tlm article ".i" will bo accepted ms eompletu words Proper iioiiiih Cannot
bo iuoiI Kuch coiitosluui must udlc.ito by figure at the end of lilt, huatenco how
muiiv letters It contains.
ThN reiniirhubly liberal offer Is made by thoW ki;ki.y Voiii.i-llKUi.o,of which
WILLIAM J. BRYAN, is Editor.
and it is required that each competing sentence bo enclosed with oae dollar for a
year's subscription. Tho Wkkki-v Woiti.ii-llnt.w.11 N lvued In soiiil-wecMv sec
tloiih, 1111U henco Is nearly ns uood as a dally It Is tlio western champion of freo
bllvor coinage unci the leuUIng family newspaper of Nebraska.
Weekly World-Herald, OmaHa, Neb.
l' rlU of l'liriMioloi;).
The woman nlireunlolst who was in
Atchison some time ugn did an Atclii
tii man Kieat ditninne. Ssho told him
that lie was cut out for a preat orator
and statesman, and Hint he had only to
eiUfiijre in politics to become, fuinous
The icHiilt was that lie quit his job and
is now a peanut politician, and owes
money all over town. His family is
poorly clad, and his children look as If
they did not have cuoii"li to eat. lie
fore ins head was turned ho worked
icfjularly, supported his family and
owed miotic. Tlieie is no possibility
of him ever iimouniinj? to anything in
politics and tlio phronolopiM knew it,
hut lie had paid her a dollar to exam
ine his head, nnd she know that he ex
pected something for his money. Atch
IT WAS AN OFFSET.
II. ill 1111 Idea lln-re
C'oitilirtiH it Inn.
A Washington Star leporter was talk
ing the other evening to an Ohio man
who owns a peach ranch down In
Georgia. Ilo had been down there look
ing over it for a month or hIx weeks,
and had learned Hoveral things about
the crackers which lie had not hitherto
"They'ro n queer lot,' lie went on.
"and I had a most interesting time
among them. You see, 1 stayed on my
placo right with them, and was thus
enabled to seo tlfem and learn their pe
culiarities as I could not possibly have
done in any other way. One of the odd
est specimens was a bachelor faimer,
who lived down tho road from my placo
about half a mile. He wns an old chap
and about as shiftless as any in tho en
tile county, nnd the way ho lived was a
sight to behold. Ono morning as I
passed his farm I saw him fixing a
tumbledown fence and I stopped. All
around wero apples and pumpkins and
other farm products going to waste, nnd
off at a little distance wero beech and
chestnut trees with nuts in nbundnnce
and nobody paying any attention to
" 'Good morning,' says I.
" 'How d'y,' says lie.
'"You've got a good deal of
around here, says I.
" 'Yes,' says he, yanking out a fence
" 'And it's all going to waste,' says T.
" 'I reckon it is,' says he, carelesbly.
" 'You ought to have a wife and chil
dren to use it up, says I.
" 'I don't have to,' says lie, solemnly,
'I've got hogs.'
"And that wns all the satisfaction 1
got out of him," concluded the Huckeye,
with a laugh.
FIRST ron test closed I'ubruary '.'8. H-U5. V
81-CONU contest eloi-t'T May a), ism 4
THIRD contest closed February W. lW. I
Winner of Knabo I'luno In ihinl cintost was J). D. Mcht, Trent n. Mo V
.niierotsiiuuc-liprijeliisami contest win. Mrs Mary I, Dunbar, Uiirrisou.Xeb. 4)
W nnrr of $Miensli prize wai Mrs II reni-e Thornton, W .if-hliiKHiri II. ('.
THE LAND OF THE BOERS.
Gold was discovered there In 18SC.
Finished or in progress nro 3,700
miles of telegraph.
Country has been enjoying its Inde
pendence slnco 1852.
In 1884 a convention at London recog
nized the republic.
Two-thirds of the Christians belong
to the Dutch reformed church.
"Transvaal" means "across the Vaai,"
or the country north of tho Vaal river.
Tho largest town Is Johannesburg,
wltli a population of 15,000. Pretoria
There aro about twenty thousand
farms, wheat and tobacco being the
It Is thero that tho famed tsetse fly.
whoBe blto Is death to oxen and horses,
is most prevalent.
Population Is G79.200; the white num
ber 119,128, and about half of these are
of Dutch descent.
Tho urea of Transvaal Is 121.851
square miles, or about that of Illinois,
Iowa and Massachusetts combined.
In parts of tho country tho climate
resembles that of Colorado, and is re
garded as healthful for consumptivos.
The legislature consists of two bodies
of twenty-four members each, one-half
retiring every two years. The presi
dent's term Is five years.
There aro living at tho progent time
over thirty men who have tried to swim
Nilgai a Falle.
'ARE IN TIMU.
flitt actito tirlngo of
11 inn nun. 1 011 poiwrnics.
The John A, Salzcr Seed Co., La
Ciosse, Wis., pny high prices for new
tilings. They recently paid $300 for a
ullo rind watei melon, $1,000 for DO
lu. new oats, 300 for 100 lbs. of pota
toes, etc., etc.! Well, prices for pota
toes will lie high next fall. Plant a
plenty, Mr. Wideawake! You'll make
money. Salrer's Karllest aro lit to eat
in 28 days after planting. His Chnin
pion of the World is the greatest ylelder
on eartli and we challenge you to pro
duce Its equal.
ir jon win hpiiiI li cents in stamps
to the John A. Salzer Seed Co., La
Crosso, Wis., you will get, free, ten
packages grains and grasses, Including
TcoMnte, Spurry, Giant Incarnuto
Clover, etc.. and our mammoth cata
loguo. Catalogue 5c. for mailing, w.n.
A Tj plcul lliikler Conn.
Isabel A. Mnllon in telling of "Xew
(low ns of Knbtertidu" in March Ludie.s'
Home Journal, describes u typical cos
tume showing the most fashionable
combination, that of black and stem
trrecn, ith 11 black satin skirt fitted
closely over the hips, but ilarimr so
much from tlio knee known that its
fullness almost suggests a llounce. Thc
jacket bodice is of stem-green velvet
tilted very smoothly to the ilirure until
the waist is reached, and then theie is
A short ripplo skirt so full that the
lllack satin lining is visible. Tho roll
ti! collar and re vers are faced with
Tin: March number of Harper's Mag
azine, opens with a new installment of
Caspar W. Whitney's "On .Snow-bhocs
to the llarren Grounds," the most
striking and novel narrative of travel
given to American readers in recent
years. Tlio article is profusely illus
trated fioin sketches and photographs
taken on the spot, some of which have
served as motives for charistic draw
ings by Ktcderio Itemington. Wood
row Wilson continues ills papeis on
George Washington with a hueteh en
titled "Colonel Washington," showing
him in lus boyhood and early manhood
as Mirieyor. and as soldier in the
memorable and disastrous campaign of
Hraddock against ttie rrench.
IOWA PATENT OFFICE REPORT.
l)Krt Mnm.x, IVhriiary 18. A copy
right lias been granted to J. V., Fiigu'n,
of lies Moines, for 11 publication
entitled "J. 13. Pagan's Family His
torical Keeoril." A Canada patent has
been granted W. W. Fowler, ol Oska
liinsti. for u device adapted to hold the
cover tif a eigar box open and at any
angle desired. I'nlted States patents
have been allowed but not et issued,
as follows: To U. N. liroiuk'y, of l)s
Moines, for 11 jeweler's tool adapted
fur holding small articles advan
tageously. To I). L. M. Mo.Micken, of
Springfield. 111., (Into of Des Moines),
for 11 portable device adapted for hold
ing' a ear wheel ton rail and supporting
a lifting jack when applied for remov
ing the axle hearing blocks. To Win,
liathany, of inurdan, for nn automatic
weather strip for doors to preient air
and rain from passing in under the
door. To A. W. MeFarlnnd, of West
Fmd, for an egg and packingseparntor,
udaptt'd for emptying tt basket of
packed eggs therein without brcakinir
and allowing tlio oats, chuff, or other
packing to fall into n receptacle as tho
eggs are removed und counted.
Four I'nited States patents wore
issued to Iowa inventors last week.
V .tillable information about obtaining,
laltiing- and selling patents sent free
to any address. Printed copies of the
drawings und specifications of any one
I iiited States patent sent upon receipt
of uTi cents.
Thomas G. ami J. Ham-ii Oiswio,
A ut ghth iiiKsttinil with silver mntiub-,
iniuh Jtuou-d this season, ixsipitnu Inlonii
1 illiunl tub'e, tccond-lianii. for m.o
r.enp. Ajpl to or address, H.C. Amv,
Ml H. lt.th St . Oiimha, Ko
Tliedujt. of raHdiy ueciimu'ntiiig for
tunes on triKHilution a're gliding by.
llio ninn who h true to hU own highest
luti rtb nun ot tu lu o to tl.oso of ua
1 1 i e
m'L 5: wiMsm
Tttr AFItMOTtm CO. doci htlf th world's
Klartmlll ImsiiKwi, bcuo It has inluced tha cuat of
mod punor bi 1 tJntixt It . Uliai mtnr bmndi
tiniiMw. timruiiyiiaAiiaccHiflianu repiui
ntuvrn'i-i. jKcaiinnnuocn iurouns
t ! 1 tr bi hi 10 ir ipm nmiif 1 man
lWaEi5tlFw oltimiu It inakcs vunipltitf ami
t-!2dlkrTT-rimU,Sril AMI U.A.I ft.l-KMl.. A......
l-omnlotloti Windmill. Tlltlnir
' and nxnl Htpi-I Tnwrn'.htfcl UiiuSkw
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(il tho n nttklM llial It nlll furnlMi until
January 1st at l.l tlio usual t.rtcn. It aim iiisHm
Tnnt.1 and l'unifint all kltiil rin1 for catalogue
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Ilalr to Ito Youthful Oulor.
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V Grade of " Battle Ax" has injured V
y the sale of other brands of higher
fj prices and smaller pieces. Don't
auov tne aeaier to impose on you
z by saying they are ''just as good"
Vf as u Battle Ax for he is anxious
to work 011 his unsalable stock
The New York Journal
recently offered ten bicy
cles to the ten winners in
a guessing contest, leav
ing the choice of machine
to each &&&&&&&&
ALL OF THEM CHOSE
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STANDARD OF THE WORLD
Nine immediately, and
one after he had looked at
others. And the Journal
bought Ten Columbias.
Paid $100 each for them.
On even terms a Columbia will be chosen
TEN times out of TEN
POPE MANUFACTURING CO.
1850 Art Catalogue free from the Columbia
agent; by mall for two 2-cent stamps.
If "La Belle Chocolatiere " isn't on
the can, it isn't Walter Baker & Co.'s
WALTER BAKER & CO. L v. ted,
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