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JUST THE SAME.
Jones I love you.
Miss Heiress Tottle But I
Jones 1 love you for all that!
WHY PEOPLE SUFFER.
Too often the kidneys are the cause
and the sufferer is not aware of it.
Sick kidneys bring backache and side
pains, lameness and stiffness, dizzi
ness, headaches, tired feeiing, urinary
troubles. Doan's Kid
ney Pills cure the
cause. Mrs. N. E.
Iowa, says: "I suf
fered from kidney
trouble for years.
The secretions were
wcro pains in my back and swellings
of the ankles. Often I had smother
ing spells. I had to he helped about
Doan's Kidney Pills cured mo five
ypars ago and I have been -well since.
Thpy taved my life."
Itcinpmher the name Doan's. For
sale by all dealers. !0 cents a box.
Fostor-IUilburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
A Real Catastrophe.
Philip, aged four, is in the habit of
going across the street to a neighbor's
liousi- for milk. One day in Decem
ber lio icturned home with an empty
bucket and a gravp face. "We can't
get any more milk," he announced in
a tone weighty with the importance
of his message. "The cow's dried
tip." And, as we stared in surprise
at him. h suddenly clinched the mat
ter with an observation, evidently of
his own: "They don't think that
she'll thaw out till spring." The De
lineator. In the Ark.
Noah I know what I'm going to do.
Mis. Noah What is it?
Noah Hold the elephant's trunk for
Nobody will use other people's ex
perience, nor has any of his own till
it is too late to use it. Nathaniel
Added to the Long List due
to This Famous Remedy.
Oronogo, Mo. " I was simply a ner
yous wreck. I could not walk across
tue noor without
my heart fluttering
and I could not even
receive a letter.
Every .month I had
such a bearing down
sensation, as if tho
lower parts would
fall out. Lydia E.
ble Compound has
done my nerves a
great deal of good
and has also relieved
Jthe hearing down. 1 recommended it
Jto some friends and two of them have
leen greatly benefited by it." Irs.
SMat Me Knight, Oronoj.-o, Io
Anot her Grateful "Woman.
St- Louis, Mo. "I was bothered
terribly with n female weakness and
had backache, bearing down pains and
pains in lower parts. I began taking
iLvdia E. Pinkham's "Vegetable Com
pound regularly and used the Sanative
Wash and now I have no more troubles
that way." iMrs. Al. llrrczoo, D722
l'rescott Ave., St. Louis, Mo.
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doctors having done you no good,
do not continue to suffer without
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Compound a trial. 1 1 surely has cured
many cases of female ills. Mich as in
flammation, ulceration, displacements,
fibroid tumors, irreirularities. periodic
pains, backache, that bearing-down
feeling, indigestion, dizziness, and ner
vous prostration. It costs but a trifle
to try it, and the result is worth mil
lions" to many suffering women.
is Clogged up
That WhT You're Tired Out af
Sorts Have No Appetite
will put you right
in a lew days.
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ImWT PAY WHEN CURED
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aiihrnt a sutxical operation, and I
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t irTTTlME. No Chloroform.
ther or other general anaes
i I fhrtie used.
WRITE FORI pxamiNATKW
DR. E. R. TARRY,
a ! Slate. Omaha. Hah.
"For months I had great trouble with my
stomach and used all kinds of medicines.
My tongue has been actually as green s
grass, my breath having a bad odor. Two
weeksago a friend recommended Cascarets
and after using them I can willingly and
cheerfully say that they have entirely
cured me. I therefore let you know that I
shall recommend them to anyone suffer
ing from such troubles." Chas. H. Hal
pern, 114 E. 7th St., New York, N. Y.
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Dairy cows do pay.
Muck soils are generally acid.
Ducks love to stay out all night In
Pekin ducks are good breeders even
at four j ears of age.
Roughage fed in considerable quan
tities will result in the production of
Good, unadulterated milk should
contain about 87 per cent, of water
and 13 per cent, of solids.
Even the hired man now rides where
he onco walked and he gets higher
wages than when he walked.
Watch the breeding sows. If they
get too thin it is had for them and if
they get too fat it is for the unborn
The proper feeding of poultry Is a
science and one that not only affords
pica&ure in its investigation but profit
in its mastery.
Some men don't seem to realize the
importance of manipulating the ud
der with the hand at the same time
they are milking.
The cow with the good appetite Is
npt to be the cheapest butter producer.
Cows that are "finnicky" are not apt
to be profitable.
A coop 14 by IS feet Is large enough
for 50 hens. Give them light, warmth
and plenty of air. Let the last filter
through a canvas window.
Few cow keepers know anything
al.out the theory of dairying, but a
good one has got the practice down
line, and this is what counts.
Clover that is vigorous will put more
plant lood into the land than clover
that is not vigorous for It has more
power to draw on the nitrogen In the
Skim milk, which Is whole milk,
minus part of its fat. and which costs
only half as much as whole milk, fur
nishes protein about four times as
cheaply as beef.
A special bee-cellar In vhich noth
ing else is kept is certainly desirable,
but many bee-keepers cannot afford
this and yet can well spare room in a
good house cellar.
To protect the trees from mice and
rabbits, screen wire, veneer, or tarred
paper may be placed around the
trunks. This is. indeed, a good pre
caution for all your.g fruit trees.
The chickens should be encouraged
to run and scratch in the carden in
I the winter after the frosts have de
I stroyed the tomatoes and other vege-
I'Iuht. nit; mui.s niigni uamage.
Horse manure is verv drv and Ioo--e
1 in texture and difficult to mix with
' litter. Hence it heats rapidly, fer
mentation sets in and the ammonia it
contains escapes into the air and is
The hest way to fatten yonn stock
to t-ocuro a maximum profit is to feed
them well from the start. Whether it
ho yotinir cattle or lamhs. they should
he liberally led from the beginning
of the feeding period.
I flood timothy hay has about the
j same finding alue as good, bright.
well-cured corn ttalks. It is not con
sidered as good for milch cows as the
corn stalks, though tho analysis of it
would seem to indicate that it is prac
tically as good.
The manure of cattle is generally
poorer than that of any of the farm
animals ou account of it carrying a
greater percentage of water. It
decomposes slowly and is therefore
good to mix with other manures
that are more inclined to heat.
Only a few years ago automobiles
were but luxuries of the very well-to-do;
to-day they are the common con
veyances of much of the middle class
population of our cities and the preju
dice which st one time existed against
then among farmers has practically
disappeared. In fact, the number of
farmers who own and operate "ma
chines" Is constantly on the increase.
In covered, weather-proof, hopper
shaped bins there is always an ample
store of ground feed, easily accessible.
As the cattle eat from the trays be
neath these bins, there sifts to them
additional supply so that as rapidly
as they eat the supply is renewed. A
system of that sort saves an almost
endless amount of manual labor for
the man in charge of the cattle. The
"roughness." clover hay and corn fod
der, is always within their reach.
Holsteln cows are now in greater
demand in dairy localities than any
other breed. This is not true in all
neighborhoods, but it is true ia gen
eral. There are several reasons:
They are good eaters; they stand ex
posure better than Jerseys; they pro
duce more milk than any other breed;
they have teats so formed that they
milk easier than other breeds, and
thev ctve down to the end with little
j .stripping: the veal calves are large
at Dirin ana grow tast.
Hogs need to be fed oftem,
A special bee cellar is desirable.
Manure spreaders are all right if
Bees winter poorly on honey dew.
fruit juices or cider.
It's a sure sign that a horse's teetbJ
need looking after if he voids whole
Incubator chicks are never infest
ed with vermin v;hcn the are
Slow decay is just what proves best
for a supply of potash, phosphorus
and lime for the trees.
"Llmberneck," in chickens, is
caused by the absorption of a poison
found in decayed animal food.
Sorghum, cut and cured when thq
beads are slightly brown and tha
seed in dough, makes a fair winter
As to the best time to market younjr
stock, it is, as a general "proposition.
when they are in a finished market
A handful of oil meal given to the
horse once a day will keep him In
good condition and makes bis coat
soft and sleek.
Ten cows that average 300 pounds
of butter fat per year produce as
much as 20 cows that average only
ICO pounds per year.
Oil meal is being shipped by the cat
load to Europe, where it is fed bj
dairymen. It would be to our advan
tage if this were fed at borne.
A man should have a good strong
hand and he should know how to use
it in order to get the milk out of the
udder and get it out rapidly.
Chopped onions are very good for all
kinds of poultry. On:ons are not only
invigorating, but are excellent when
the fowls are subject to colds.
The precaution against possible
danger, where work is pressing and
farmers want to get their corn in
out of the way, is ventilation of the
Onions must be kept in a dry, clean
place, although protection from cold
is not so necessary. In fact, freezing,
with moderate thawing out, makes tho
A pail of milk standing ten minutes
where it is exposed to the scent of a
strong-smelling stable, or any other
offensive odor, will imbibe a taint that
will not leave it.
Well fattened young stock always
sells at a good price, and it is general
ly better to let the condition of the
animal rather than that of the market
determine the date of selling.
With good milking cows, well fed
and well kept, milk can be produced
at a cost of 65 cents per hundred and
butterfat for 16 cents per pound. This
is an average for the year round.
If some of the brooder chicks are
not quite so thrifty as the other.- they
should be put by themselves if pos
sible, where the stronger ones will not
run over them and rob them of their
There is so much difference in the
composition of milk from different I
cows that many large butter and '
cheese factories now test all the milk
they buy, and pay for it according to !
its butterfat content.
The automobile has not spoiled the
horse market nor has the incubator
spoiled the demand for Riddy. One
Nebraska firm alone reports the sale
of r.S.000 incubators the past season,
yet hens are higher than ever.
Sometimes a pullet wishes to lay
but cannot because her egg organs
are weak. They need strengthening.
Add a little oil meal to the solt feed,
and give a little chopped raw meat in
addition to the regular ration. .
The legumes draw nitrogen from
the air and store it in the soil for the
succeeding crop, thus making good the I
loss of this element through the pre-1
vious crop grown These means are
at the command of every man who '
cultivates the soil and if he will avail 1
himself of their good offices he may I
view his crops with much pleasure
and great profit,
A tree. In order to go through our
usually dry winters, needs to have a
well developed root system, such as
takes at least one growing season to
produce. If young trees are planted
in autumn, they must endure the most
tryiufi period of the year with little
or no root growth to take up in some
measure the moisture lost by evapora
tion; hence winter-killing by drying
out is the usual result
In experiments conducted at the In
diana station in 1S93 milk cows ex
posed to the weather in winter, but
provided with shelter, made a very un
favorable showing, as compared with
those given shelter in the stable ex
cepting for brief airing when the
weather was suitable. The exposed
cows ate more food, lost in weight and
also in milk yield, while the sheltered
ones gained in weight and made a
better showing. At the Kansas ex
periment station similar results were
One of the leading questions con-,
nected with the successful manage
ment of a dairy farm is the question:
"Will it pay to devote more than ordi
nary attention to the care and food '
of the dairy cows during the winter
months?" I answer most emphatical
ly, that it will pay and that the times
and circumstances which surround us
at the present time demand that we
abandon the old practice of summer
dairying, or milking the cows for a
few months while they are in pasture
and drying them off in the fall, and
adopt a system of all the year round
A NEW TOWN
AND A NEW SCHOOL EVERY
The above caption about represents
the growth of Central Canada. The
statement was made not long since by
a railroad man who claimed to have
made the remarkable discovery that
such was the case. There Is not a
district of a fair amount of settle
ment in any of the three Provinces of
Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta,
but has its school, and the railways
have stations every seven or eight
miles apart, around which group the
towns, some large and some small,
but each important to its own district.
Schools are largely maintained by pub
lic funds and the expense of tuition is
but a nominal sum.
The final returns of the grain pro
duction for Central Canada for 1909 is
now in, and the figures show that the
value of the crops to the farmers of
that country is about 195 million dol
lars, as compared with 120 million last
year. American farmers or those who
have gone from the United States, will
participate largely in these splendid
returns, and. these comprise those who
have gone from nearly every State in
One of the many proofs that might
be put forward showing the immense
wealth that comes to the farmers of
Central Canada is seen in the sum
that has besn epent during the past
two or three months by the farmers
who have for the time being ceased
worrying over the reaper end the
thresher, and are taking to enjoying
themselves for two or three months.
It is said that fifty thousand people of
these Western Provinces spent the
holiday season visiting their old
homes. Most of these passengers paid
forty and some forty-five dollars for
the round trip. Some went to Great
Dritain, some to the Continent, others
to their old homes in Eastern Canada,
and many thousands went to visit
rheir friends in the States. The amount
paid alone in transportation would be
upward of two million dollars. Some
make the trip every years. It need
not be asked. "Can they afford it?"
With crops yielding them a profit of
$20 to $2o per acre, and some having
as much as twelve hundred or more
acres, the question is answered. Tne
Canadian Government Agents at dif
ferent points in the States report that
they have interviewed a great many
of those who are now visiting friends
in the different states, and they all ex
press themselves as well satisfied,
and promise to take, some of their
friends back with them. There is still
a lot of free homestead land in splen
did districts, and other lands can be
purchased at a reasonable price from
railway and land companies.
The family was to leave on the two
o'clock train for Broad street station,
so the mother was all in a flurry ms
she hurried the children in a certain
West Philadelphia home.
"Now, children, get everything
ready before luncheon," she said.
"Don't leave everything until the last
And the children said they wouldn't
Luncheon ended, they hurried into
their wraps, and started. In the hall
the mother said:
"Edward, you didn't brush your
"Yes. ma'am, I did."
"Rut you couldn't." she said, "you
didn't have time. Why you just got
up from the table "
"I know that." said Edward; "but we
were in such a hurry I brushed them
before I ate." Philadelphia Times.
How It Struck Him.
"Rehold the wondrous beauties of
yon sunset sky," exclaimed the poet.
"How prodigal nature is with its re
"Yes." answered the busy publisher,
in an absent-minded tone, "it is going
some to throw in a colored supple
ment every day."
A Cnange at Least
A change of tenors had been maae
in the church choir. Eight-year-old
Jessie, returning from the morninc
service, was anxious to tell the news.
"Oil, mother." she exclaimed, "we have
a new terror in the choir." Wom
an's Home Companion.
"Why did you tell your friend that
the dressmaker bad totally ruined
"Oh. 1 simply thought it would make
her happy." Fliegende Blaetter.
There are times in every modern
woman's life when she has a primitive
yearning to be grasped by the hair and
ordered about; it takes so much re
sponsibility off her shoulders.
Leads to Madness, if not Remedied In
"Experiments satisfied me, some 5
years ago," writes a Topeka woman,
"that coffee was the direct cause of the
Insomnia from which I suffered ter
ribly, as well as the extreme nervous
ness and acute dyspepsia which made
life a most painful thing for me.
"I had been a coffee drinker since
childhood, and did not like to think
that the beverage w as doing me all this
harm. But it was, and the time came
when I had to face the fact, and pro
tect myself. I therefore gave up coffee
abruptly and absolutely, and adopted
Postnm as my hot drink at meals.
"I began to note improvement in my
condition very soon after I took on
Postum. The change proceeded grad
ually, but surely, and it was a matter of
only a few weeks before I found my
self entirely relieved the nervousness
passed away, my digestive apparatus
was restored to normal efficiency, and
I began to sleep, restfully and peace
fully. "These happy conditions have con
tinued during all of the 5 years, and I
am safe in saying that I owe them en
tirely to Postum, for when I began to
drink it I ceased to use medicine."
Read the little book, "The Road to
WelIville.Min pkgs. "There's a Reason."
Ever rea the aaTe letter? A aew
eae appears from time ta time. Taey
are sreaaiae, trae, u tail or av
FRIEND OF LINCOLN
Herman.i Kreismann, Now ia Ger
many, Loyal to America.
Octogenarian Relates Some Interest
ing Anecdotes About the Mar
tyred President Whose Mem
ory He Cherishes.
Berlin. One of Lincoln's friends,
one of the half-dozen young politicians
of Illinois, who lollowed Lincoln's po
litical fortunes when he first became
kuown in the &tate, is closing in Ber
lin a most buccessful career of activ
ity in both America and Germany
Hermann Krcissmun, SO years old and
quite feeble, finds his greatest pleas
ure in recalling incidents of his ac
quaintance with Abraham Lincoln.
Kreismann, "Long John" Wentwortb
and "Charlie" Farwell who afterward
became senator from Illinois were
the three lieutenants of Judd, the.
chairman of the Republican state
committee. Kreismann, the treasurer
of cook county, was presumed to
carry the German vote in his pocket
ind was the foremost German in poli
tics in Illinois 50 years ago. He bad
gone to Boston when he was 16. upon
leaving the Gymnasium in Germany
after the death of his father, a minor
government official. Kreismann
taught languages in Boston.
Then he went west, working at va
rious occupations in Cincinnati and
in Chicago. Through his qualities of
character and a gilt of leadership he
went into politics and was early an of
Judd and he made the trip east
with President Lincoln on his way to
Washington. The train that was to
zake the presidential party was walt
Jig at the station at Springfield when
ludd told Kreismann to go as quickly
is possible to Mr. Lincoln's house and
.ell him that if he did not hurry the
train could not leave in time.
Mr. Kriesmann found Mrs. Lincoln
had (thrown herself upon the floor and
was crying and saying: "I will not
go, I will not go I will not go." Mr
Lincoln was endeavoring to soothe
her, and in a moment after Mr. Kreis
mann's arrival, Lincoln did so by
agreeing to what bad apparently been
a subject of controversy.
Mrs. Lincoln then stopped crying
got up cheerfully, shook out her skirts,
gave a push or two to her hair aud
went to the station with Mr. Lincoln
and Mr. Kreismann alterward learned,
Mrs. Lincoln desired a relative ol
hers appointed naval officer at the
port of New York. Lincoln had re
fused to promise until the crisis at the
last moment before he left lor Wash
ington. Judd had expected to be in Mr. Lin
coin's cabinet The place he desired
was that of secretary of interior. Nc
definite promise had been made, but
Judd tclt confident that his services
would entitle him to a place.
He and Kreismann stopped at the
old Willard hotel in Washington. The
inauguration was over, three or four
members of the cabinet had been an
nounced and Mr. Judd bad heard noth
iug from the White House. Nor had
he gone near the White House.
He and Kreismann were together ic
Judd's room one afternoon. Some one
knocked and Judd said: "Come In!"
Mr. Lincoln came into the room
After he had shaken hands, Kreis
mann started to leave. "Don't go
Kreismann, for I want you to heat
what I have to say."
Mr. Lincoln turned to Judd. "1
could sleep better nights," said he, "if
you were not in the cabinet I wish
I could take care of you outside the
cabinet You know what I mean."
And Mr. Lincoln glanced significantly
toward Judd. He was referring, as
Judd knew, to a dislike that Mrs. Lin
coln had for him.
"Yes, I know, Mr. President," said
Mr. Judd. "and I have been thinking
the matter over and talking it ovei
with my wife. Mrs. Judd would like
to go to a European court if there Is a
good post for me as minister."
"Just the thing, Judd," responded
Mr. Lincoln. "I'll send you to Berlin
and Kreismann can go along with you
as secretary of legation. Would that
suit you, Kreismann?"
Kreismann said that It would, and
.'hat was how Judd and be came to
Berlin. Mr. Kreismann was after
jeard appointed consul general and
aeld the office for six or eight years.
Filling in the Time.
Lady Anne Lindsay, the author ol
.he old poem. "Auld Robin Gray," wae
tot only a delightful conversationalist
)ut she was a great story teller.
This gift made her not only a wel
.ome guest abroad but a valuable
nember of the home circle, for It tf
elated in "A Group of Scottish Worn
n" that at a dinner party which she
vas giving to some friends an old man
lervant caused some amusement by
:aying in a perfectly audible under
"My lady, you must tell anothet
.tory. The second course won't be
er.dy for five minutes." Youth's Com
A Roman poet told of the pride
of the late Caesars took la Us great
whiskers. On some of the wiMwood
HiU Billies I hare seen beards some
feet long, a switch of the loose eats'
hanging out from under the waistcoat
Others braided the growth and tied it
around the neck, while still others
braided it around the waist, tying It
behind like apron strings. One told
me he combed and plaited his every
night, and put It away into a long
linen bag or nightgown, so as to keep
it from getting all tangled up with his
wife and his feet New York Press.
"All the world's a stage."
"And most of the men and women
merely supers." Cleveland Leader.
We nrc not to blame because you safer
from Rheumatism or Neuralgia, but you
are if you do not try Hamlins Wizard
Oil. It quickly soothes and allays all
pain, 8orene3 and inflammation.
Many a man's morality doesn't be
gin to work until he discovers that be
is being shadowed by a detective.
FOR PEEP -SKATED COLDS and tntrgti.
Almi'aL'tug !(.' cure wh n allolbrr remedies
(all. ThlsoU rrllahle turdlrlne ban len vU lor
ovcrJJjear. Sc.iOc. 11X0 bottles. AUdeUers.
Men who have advice to give are
never stingy with it
Hire. Wialowa Soothlac Syrup.
Forchl!Jra teetaln. wjftraa the Rnn. reduce ta
Low shoes and high heels may b
Lewis' Sincle Hinder ttmiglit 5c Many
smokers prefer them to 10c cigars.
Extremes meet wben the hairdress
er Is introduced to the chiropodist.
If STromia is strong and healthy in a womanly way, aBOtk
crbood means to her but little suffering. The trouble lies
ia the fact that the many womea suffer from weakaesa aad
disease ol the distinctly feminine organism aad are HnaOad
Jor motherhood. This can be remedied.
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription
the wreakaesses aad disorders of '
It acts directly oa the delicate
organs coaccrncd ta aaetharhood,
IwaJtkya stroaga Tigoroas, Time
"Favorite Prescriptioa banishes the indisposition of the
period of expectancy and makes baby's advent easy and
almost painless. It quickens and vitalizes the ieminias
organs, and insures a healthy and fobaat baby. Tbomaa
testiied to its marvelous merits.
Jr Makes Week Womea Stronr.
Iloaest drsggists do not offer substitutes, and urge them upoa yoa as jest
aa tfood." Accent no secret aostrem ia place of this utm-secrtt remedy. It
foafai" act a drop of alcohol aad not
drags. Is a pare glyceric extract cf healing, native American roots.
2 c per lb.
Paxton's .wfe. Coffee
INCANS-takeea it fresh, with al the street
SEALED se yea wHI knew the cef fee is aet eaty
' whet yea ask far bat is always the saae as wel
Ask Your Grocer lor It
irerer yon irtshed for ahome In California w?nd for free infonnatloaabout Ihf Rrentert lirfcrac
tion, colonizing and hom-makinjr enterpri-,- rer iin.lcrtakt-n. m adiHtjonLto lli-rr Rrr.U
MicfC-vilnlrrijr.titi4-X).0Jilacrt-s in the Twin Falls C.iitiitrv, Id.iho. tfc KuhnVaro Irriir-Wlu;
2T.3.00U acre. In the Sacramento Valley. Send names of frifuU.-. a.-.y term- to bcttfWM. We want
cboJk in color. H. L. HoIIister. Dept K, 205 LaSaOe St, Chicago, HI.
" DCC CONSTIPATION, BILIOUSNESS, RHEUM-
. H. LtWIS
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The shooting, tearing pains of neuralgia are caused
by excitement of the nerves. Sciatica is also a nerve
Sloan's Liniment, a soothing external application,
stops neuralgia pains at once, quiets the nerves, relieves
that feeling of numbness which is often a warning of
paralysis, and by its tonic effect on the nervous and
muscular tissues, gives permanent as well as immedi
One Application Relieved the Pain.
Mr. J. C. Lee, of noo Ninth St., S. El, Washington, D. C, writes:
" I advised a lady who was a great sufferer from neuralgia to try Sloan's Lini
ment. After one application the paia left her and she has not been troubled
with it since.
is the best remedy for Rheumatism, Stiff
Joints and Sprains and all Pains.
At AU Draggtots. Price 25c, GOc aad $1.00.
glaaa'a Treailas oa the Haras seat Free. Address
DR. EARL S. SLOAN, BOSTON, MASS.
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gr arro vitfcla ottaia areaa,
boob andr!arrbca ta every
settlement, climate unexfeaktl.
aatldtaar material pk-aUfnl.
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W. V. BBMETr
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Wouderful Cures explained ra a prac
tical way. Different methods de
scribed and compared. Our FRES
BOOKLET ot belptul tacts, tells about
the Healing Reading Course. Answer
atance. MM0P8ESS. 77 M. W.. BtfK. Miafc.
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W. N. U.. OMAHA, NO. 5-1910.
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ATISM, STOMACH and LIVER COMPLAINT
SURE TO ACT
BETTER THAN PILLS FOR LIVER ILLS
MKDICIMK-CO.. at. LOUIS. MO.
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