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Emmett Dalton Hands Hot Talk
We WU1 Pay Yon
Recommended for Storms' Job at
State College by Corn Growers.
Fought to Retain
Formula Which Has
Made a Fortune
Li. T- Cooper, the man -who believes
that 90 iier cent, of all ill health of
this generation Is caused by stomach
trouble, is fast winning a national faith
in his theory. His claim is now ad
mitted by a surprising number of peo
ple throughout the country, and he is
gaining new adherents every day.
While speaking of his success in a
recent interview, Mr. Cooper said: "I
believed ten years ago that any one
who could produce a formula that
would thoroughly regulate the stom
ach would have a fortune. When I got
hold of this formula I knew within six
months that I was right, and that my
fortune was made. I called the med
icine Cooper's New Discovery, al
though I did not get up the formula.
I have owned it, however, for over
five ycai-s. I have had one lawsuit
over It, which I won in the courts.
When it was settled The Cooper
Medicine Company became the only
firm in the world that can prepare
the medicine. The preparation has
sold liko wildfire wherever introduced.
As I have said before, it is successful
simply because it puts the stomach
in perfect shape, then nature does
the rest There are any number of
complaints never before associated
with stomach trouble that the medi
cine has alleviated in thousands of
Among statements obtained recent
ly from users of this medicine that is
arousing such universal discussion is
one from Mrs. Emma Stanley, living in
Chicago, at 713 Washington Boule
vard, who said: "Perhaps I had the
most complicated case that Mr. Cooper
had to deal with. I was troubled for
ears with my stomach. I consulted
with doctors and took many patent
medicine preparations without result.
My stomach was in such a wretched
shape that I could not enjoy a meal
tyftl I ate.
' "I was very nervous, and could hard
ly sleep. I had a roaring in my cars
and dancing spots before my eyes. I
felt very bad and weak. Then there
was a very sore spot at the pit of my
stomach that nearly set me wild.
"I heard about the Cooper medicine
and decided to try it. I used four bot
tles, and the improvement in my case
has been really wonderful. My nerves
have been quieted, and I am so much
improved that I feel like a new
"I cannot say too much for theso
wonderful remedies, for they have
made me well."
Cooper's New Discovery is sold by
all druggists. If your druggist cannot
supply you, we "will forward you the
name of a druggist in your city who
will. Don't accept "something just as
good." The Cooper Medicine Co.,
The family tree of a bunko man
must be a slipperv elm.
will cure CONSTIPA
TION. Hundreds of people
swear ly Uncle Sam
Ei Has Cured Them
JOHN DEERE PLOWS
ARE THE BEST
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JOHN DEERE PLOW CO., OMAHA. NEB.
An Unusual if Not Unequalled
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more The jiriiu-ijial will be amply
K.-ccred ly a Uopo-ii of securities in a.
Fir.st National ll.iuk and C interest
jKtiil annually ami is absolutely Pre
ferred both rvsto Principal and Interest
over a. other stock of the Company.
The Profits from your investment
will repay the full amount within live,
years leaving investors with their orip
itial hoUlincs, T.-hieh will be a continual
-uree of lar;;c yearly jrtit.
An investment of $110.00 w ill beacnre
taiy safeguarded as larger amounts.
The ).oposition i.s of the most sub
st.iutlnl, non-speeulative character un
der tho control of xnenof unquestionable
t imlinsr, who unite thorousH ime-ti-
it ion and who will submit the bilioS
r . renee. includin'r ISanUs.
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l Lb. Red
WETS rlRICAUTO GENOLS) By
EabWilaUl this piocess all broken
lM;ts f machinery made cood as new. Wcids
c-tiron. cast steel, alnminnm. copper. bras or
" ctner metal. Expert automobile repairinc.
BERTSCHY MOTOR CO., Council Bluffs.
I Ht lAA I UN European Pias
Room Jroai Sl.Od ui sinple, 75 cents up double.
CAFE. PRICES REASONABLE
'i to 'j J!fr"R prion. Cat-h or time jit-
111. - .
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AIR CGOLED ENGINE CASTINGS
We farniih complete cavtintrs and parts
ni:ichineJ or in the rough for 3x3 motor. Will
develop 2 horve-power.
EEHTSCHY MOTOR CO.. Council Bluffs, ii
FIX DATES FOR CORN SHOW
Exposition Will Be Held in the Coli
seum December 9-15 State Board
of Education May Ask Pinchot
to Take tne Presidency.
Dos Moines, Feb. 17. Prof. P. G.
Holden, head or the corn extension de
partment of the Iowa State college at
Ames, has been indorsed for the posi
tion of president of the school to suc
ceed Dr. A, U. Storms by the directory
board of the Iowa Corn Growers' as
sociation. Previous to the indorsement of Dr.
Stoims. the directory board fixed the
dates of the eighth annual corn ex
position from Dec. U to Dt c. in, in
clusive. The corn growers' indorsement or
Professor Holden will carry consider
pfrKi. ' --r.
FROF. P. G. HOLDEN.
rl.le v mnl. il i.s s--:iid. for it is the
-tionyost o.-f;airi-'.atiou of sci utilic
lurmers in lh statu
"It is with rtsrot that I road in tho
payors that Provident Storms lias ten
J.Ted his resignation as president or
the Iowa agricultural collesc," said
President Chapman. "If his resigna
tion l:as been received the thing that
the people of Iowa want to concern
themselves about is the choosing ot
thi' new president. I do not thiulc
hat there is any question as to who
wj.uld be selected were this matter
left to a popular vote of the farm in
terests of tiie state, for which the
work of the institution stands, which
also necessarily embraces the mechan
ical and engineering departments.
"It is my judgment that Prof. P. G.
Holden would bo the choice of the
Iowa people. Professor Holden has
probably come closer in touch with
the people of Iowa and knows more
of their wants and their needs than
any other living man in the state, and
this should qualify him. He has rare
executive ability and is a leader
! among voung men ana women, i ins
has been thoroughly demonstrated in
his educational work before short
courses over the state, on seed corn
specials, and in his addresses before
educational institutions. I sincerely
trust that the educational board ia
their deliberations as to the success
or to Dr. Storms will give the greatest
possible consideration to Professor
Holden in connection with the presi
dency of the. Ames college."
Treasurer Fred McCulloch and spec
ial agent for farm management in
Iowa of the United State's department
of agriculture, said. "Personally, 1 am
for Holden, I regard him as the best
all around man for this position in
the I'nited Slates and I am convinced
that he has done more to deserve this
recognition now that the opportunity
is at baud, than any name that has
been mentioned in connection with
filling this position. I believe I know
the sentiment of the Iowa people."
Gifford Pinchot, deposed govern
ment forester and leader of the con
servation forces of the country, is be
ing considered by the sate board ot
education for the vacancy caused by
the resignation of Dr. Storms.
Korns Heads Alumni Club.
F. It. Korns was elected president
of the Drake Alumni club for the en
suing year at a meeting of the organ
ization held at the Grant club. John
L. Griffith, head coach of the athletics
at Drake university, delivered the
principal address of the evening.
Smoker for Cavalry.
Tlu ofiicors of the Sixth cavalry at
'pert Dos Moines have nccept d the
! Grant cnu s liiviiauon to nuciiti a
! dinner and smoker in th? club house j
! on the evening of Friday, Fob. IS.
! Robb Estate Sues.
! Permission has been granted C. Do-
Ilaan. administrator of the estate of j
William I. Robb, a traveling man who
waci killed in the street car accident
! at the foot of the Nineteenth street
hill, to sue the street car company in
the sum of $50,0i)0 for Robb's death.
Murderers Lose Cases Before Court.
The supreme court has confirmed
the conviction of Harry Clayton ot
Sioux City, convicted of murder, and
Frank Dyer, of Monona county, also
convicted of murder.
Miss Gordon Elected.
Miss Fern Gordon, daughter of Prof
and Mrs. C. II. GcriTon of Highlanc
Park, has been elected supervisor o
music for the Adel public schools
Miss Gordon also has char.ee cf in
nusic Instruction for the Dallas Cer
.er public schools.
3oard Meets in March.
The state loard of educ-.t'rn v"
eld a rcgr-Jr meeting I'.z.h ?. t
lace has not h c:i Cz':il : ;:rr
et, but will probably Le L'cC ..' .'.
St . -' - i
Kansas Executive Threatens to Send
the Former Robber Back to
Prison for Running a Nickel
"Emmett Dalton has no busi
ness to be going around the
country giving a bank robbery
picture show. He has brcken
his parole, and if he's not care
ful I'll send him back to the
penitentiary." W. R. Stubbs.
Governor of Kansas.
Tm not here to be awed by
any petty politician. Gov.
Stubbs is a showman like my
self and likes to keep in the
public eye. It's all bosh and I
defy any man to imprison me
for breaking my parole." Em
mett Dalton, Ex-Bank Robber.
Kansas City. Kan. A lively contro
versy between the governor of Kan
sas and Emmett Dalton. the last of
the famous Dalton gang, has resulted
from the insistence of Dalton on giv
ing moving picture exhibitions of a
bank robbery, accompanied by a
realistic lecture and advice to young
men not to stray from the straight
and narrow path.
Gov. Stubbs says Dalton ought to
be in prison. Dalton virtually invites
the governor to go to Mazes.
The man who smashed two political
machines and outwrestled the Demon
Incidents in Dalton's Life.
Rum found himself defied by the one
time outlaw and bank robber.
Dalton and his wife, who. by the
way, have adopted two orphan chil
dren to brins up. were touring Kan
sas towns with great success, crowds
flocking to hear the former bank rob
ber tell of such adventures as the raid
on the Coffeyville bank, which led to
Jim Dalton's capture and the surren
der of Emmett. who gave himself up
rather than leave his wounded brother
to captors who. for all he knew, would
hang him on the spot.
Gov. Stubbs says Dalton is out on
parole, and he will send him back to
serve his time out. Dalton says the
governor is "talking through his hat."
One suspects that the use of punctu
ation and capital letters is but a con
cession to an eniasculaie eye. You
will look a long waj- for a stop in a
Greek inscription, and ail the letters
are capitals. An ancient Greek could
read his sacred books not only with-
out punctuation or inverted commas,
i,ut without vowels, owadays we
must shriek in headlines and explain
jn commas and italics. But the law-
knows hotter. When you sign a le
gal document you find no stops or in
verted commas in it. Thej- might
load to confusion.
it would be an amusing experiment
to print a paper as this note is printed
without any of the paraphernalia of
capitals stops italics just straight on
trusting to the sense of the reader
to make his own sense out of it for
it is generally clear where the break
comes and it is only the omission or
misplacement of the unnecessary sign
post that sends the reader off to a
joke that turns sense into nonsense
but possibly if we abolished all these
trimmings of print the journalist
would become seriously embarrassed
for jokes and the compositor for em
ployment. London Chronicle.
The One He can t be much of an
actor. 1 never saw his name on the
The Other Xo; but I understand It
appears on a good many board bills.
Lf V J, nOBBU
jSk bank RopJg
ADMISSION J X
fro RUNtimn m
moving farvne nof
GOOD NAME IS WORTH A FORTUNE, lie. backs up his
statement by offering you $500.00 in gold to name his wonderful,
long-kerneled corn, pictured in life size at the left on this page.
A prominent Agricultural Expert, on seeing this
new corn, exclaimed:
"Salzer. you have startled the Agricultural
World in discovering this most remarkable breed of
Indeed, it is the most remarkable corn ever seen
by mortal eye.
But not a bushel of it Is for sale. For there is
not one-tenth enough in existence to fill the tremen
dous orders that will pour in when this new corn
goes on the market.
Next year we may have enough to sell. Right
now the best anybody can do is to obtain a sample
package enough to" grow bushel of seed for 1911.
You are mighty welcome to a sample. Please send
Sc in stamps to pay mailing charges.
The thins that puzzles us Is. WHAT ARE WE
GOING TO NAME OUR NAMELESS CORN?
Mr. Salzer will not be content with anything but
a slashing, smashing good name. So he offers $500
in gold to the seed-buyer who hits upon the most
We want you. reader, to help us out. Name this
corn, won't you? It does not cost a penny to use
the corn-naming coupon below. Fill it out, send
it to-night and be a candidate for the ?b00 cask
We are fortunate in securing three of the most
capable and prominent men in Wisconsin to sit as
Judges in our big corn-naming contest. They arc
Prof. R. A. Moore, Wisconsin State Agricultural
College; Hon. J. J. Esch, Congressman from Wiscon
sin; Hon. Robt. Calvert, U. S. Customs, La. Crosse.
These eminent men will wefch carefully the
name you suggest, and, if it is most suitable, you
will get the 300 prize. No matter who you are or
where you live, you will be given a fair, square
opportunity to land the money.
Fill out the free corn-naming coupon with pencil
or pen as you please, but be sure to give you" com
plete home address.
It's the most original seed book published, and
Is gladly mailed to intending purchasers free; or
remit 1Cc and get lots of remarkable farm seed
samples, including Billion ? Gross, Alfalfa, Spcltz,
etc., worth a little farm to get a start with, or send
18c and we add a package of Nameless Corn.
Here is a joy collection,
beating the world, com
posed of 10,000 kernels
of the richest, juiciest,
1500 Each, Lettuce, Turnip, Rutabaga.
1000 Each, Onion, Celery, Carrot.
1000 Rarest Radishes, alone worth 16 cents!
100 Each, Parslev, Melon, Tomato.
1200 Brilliant Flower Seeds, 50 Sorts.
In nil IO.OOO kernels, including bis catalog', all postpaid,
only lte in stamp.
Above collection of 10.033 kernels of richest, finest, most le
liclon vegetable ami brilliantly beautiful flower sool, -will
t urnNh all Rummer Ionp, BUSHELS ami UUSHELS of Testable
anil basket after basket if exquisitely tienittiful flowers, ALT.
FOR 16c POSTPAID and. If you semi 22e rOSTAGE, we will add
a package of our corn PitxllKy, for whii-h weareseekinjrname.
You wiU be greatly surprised at the quantity ot Tegetables yoa
can crow from this 16 cent seed collection.
JOHN A. SALZER SEED CO.. 182 Sl 8th St. U Crane Wl.
Only to find our duty certainly, and
5oniewhere, somehow, to do it faith
fully, makes us good, strong, happy,
and useful men. Phillips Brooks.
Free to Our Readers.
TTrite Murine Kye Remedy Co., Chlca
ro, for 4-pase illustrated Kyc iiook Free.
Write all about Your Eye Trouble and
they will advise as to the Proper Appli
cation of the Murine Eye Itffnedies In
Your Special Case. Your DrtiKjrlst will
tell you that Murine Relieves Sore Eyes,
Strengthens Weak Eyes. "Doesn't Smart,
Soothes Eye Pain, and sells for We. Try
It In Your Eyes and in Baby's Eyes for
Scaly Eyelids and Granulation.
"Are you doing anything for oth
ers?" asked the philanthropist.
"Sure," answered Mr. Crosslots. "I
make a garden every day for the ben
efit of my neighbors" chickens."
In all its form, amoug .ill ages of horses
and do;;-. cured and others in the Mine
stable prevented from having the disease
; tic guaranteed. Over 50Q,(K0 bottles sold i
ia.-i year. -vj anil l.W. tiood ilnisists,
or eud to manufacturers. Agents wanted.
Write for free lKok. Ipol.n Mod. Co.,
Slee. Contagious Di-cascs, Goibcn, Ind.
The Unterrified Improver.
First Angel What is the rumpus in
the seventh heaven?
Second Angel A moral uplifter has
broken through the roof trying to find
an eighth heaven.
Coffroth Wins Race, London to 'Frisco.
James W. Coffroth. fight promoter.
muu ma uet ot ,uuu maue witn ai
member of the Xational Sporting club
of London that he could reach San
Francisco in ten days from London.
Coffroth had a margin of two hours
and forty minutes.
Coffroth, according to agreement,
sent a telegram to Eugene Corri, with
whom he had the wager. When he ar
rived at the Oakland pier he was wel
comed by a large delegation that
cheered him as he stepped from his car.
The time made by Coffroth is the
fastest ever made from London to San
Francisco over the Atlantic and across
the continent He made the trip In
nine days, five hours and five minutes.
The journey from Omaha to San
Francisco was made on the famous San
Francisco "Overland Limited" of the
Union Pacific-Southern Pacific, and is
simply another victory for Safety,
Service, Speed via the old Overland
says there is nothing in a
Willie Gracious, mamma. Is that
the cat in the kitchen breaking up all
Mother Xo, my son; that is merely
your father breaking his New Year's
WHEN YOUR BACK ACHES SUS
PECT THE KIDNEYS.
Backache is kidney ache, in most
eases. The kidneys ache and throb
with dull pain be
cause there is in
You can't be rid of
the ache until you
cure the cause the
Doan's K i d n e y j
Pills cure sick kid-'
neys. G. S. Warren,
1517 No. 7th St.,
Boise, Idaho, says:
"An Injury to my
back years ago left
me lame. I had to
use a cane, and it
hurt me terribly to
sioop or lift. The
passed too frequent
ly. For five years since I was cured
by Doan's Kidney Pills, I have had no
return of the trouble."
Remember the name Doan's. For
sale by all dealers. 50 cents a box.
Foster-Milburn Co.. Buffalo, N. Y.
A Vatt Difference.
"Why's a bachelor a bachelor?"
"It depends; but it Is seldom for the
same reason that an old maid's an
old maid." Judge.
TXr. Wiaalowa Sootblrur Ryrcp.
For children teethlssr, rottes the frcn, rcdceen fa
fliinaiatlnn.ii'iri pain. cares wtadcollw cabottlc
When a doctor gets sick he knocks
bis own game.
ft-l v' i-SaJfcl
i I Ir- -e
rZM Mm IrirSii-.
-a if i?tv
l ft IrS
name, but John A. Salzer says A
BILLION $ GRASS
Positively the greatest
grass of "the century.
Sown when the ground is
thoroughly warm, it will
produce from two to four
crops of hay the first sea
son, yielding allathe way
from 10 to ll tons per
acre. It is prodigiously
It requires 20 lbs. seed
Price: Saber's Supe
rior, 20 lbs.. 51.73: HO lbs.
$3.00; 100 lbs.. 53.50.
Salter's 20th Century,
55.00; 100 lbs.. 58.50.
We commend our 20th
Century strain as the pur
est, we believe, on earth.
Pronounced Absolutely Pure, No Weeds.
Largest growers of Clover, Timothy and Grasses,
Oats. Barley and Potatoes in America.
EX-GOV. HOARD. OF WISCONSIN, from 30
acres sown to Salzer's 20th Century Alfalfa, har
vested within 24 weeks after seeding 525C0 worth
of magnificent hay, or at the rate of $33.33 per acre.
Salzer's Alfalfa Clover will produce a crop on
any farm in'Amcrica where timothy will grow. It is
famed for its stubborn hardiness end .prodigal vigor.
Price. 20th Century (Pure Seed) sow 20 lbs.
per A. 20 lbs., 54-90; 100 lbs., 522.00.
100,000 Bus. Pedigree Seed Potatoes.
Largest Growers Seed Potatoes in America, yield
ing from 150 to 600 bushels per acre for each and
evcrj' acre you plant. Price range from $2.00 to $4.00
No other Seed House has kept in such close touch
with State Agricultural Colleges as iiic John A. Sal
zer Seed Co. This great Seed House specializes in
the pedigreed varieties of &ecd that are brought
forth by State Colleges of Wisconsin, Iowa, .Minne
sota, the Dakotas and all other Agricultural Colleges
in the Middle West.
FREE- Corn-Naming Coupon
JOHN A. SALZES SEED CO.
182 SoHth 8th St.
La Crosse, Wis.
Gentlemen: Please send me your Free iqio Seed Catalogue.
Whose Sect? : I
lluc You t scd? -
For your cew corn I sctcest this same.
R. F. D.
The Apology of Adam.
Adam had just blamed it on
"There wasn't any tariff," he
Herewith all agreed he bad done his
TO CCTtR A COLD 12 ONE DAT
Thkf UAXATIVB IIUOMO Quinine Tablets.
Lmigzli.vtun. money If It fail to cure. K.W.
UIluVE'Sbignataroison each box. Sc
It is easy to offend people who have
no use for you.
Lewis Single Binder straight 5c cigar.
You pay 10c for cigars not to good.
When common sense takes a vaca
tion it is time to stand from under.
Never Falls lo Restore Gray Hair to lis
Natural Color aad Beaaty. Stops its falling
nut. and positively removes Dandruff. Is not a
Dye. Refuse all substitutes. Si.oo and 50c.
Bottles by Mail or at Drcccists. Cf?CC
Seed xoc for larcc sample Bottle
Pbila May Spec Co.. Newark. N. J
U. S. A.
PAY WHEN CURED
All RECTAL DISEASES cred
wittcut a stircical operation, snd
GUARANTEED to last a
LIFETIME. No Chloroform.
Fther or other general anaes
DR. E. R. TARRY,
Ifavirfc ii Lavrrarr, Wasninzfon.
I.C Kst. i n. Ucst reference.
C lsuukl iiih.
rdcreaota. Hon. xuoua.
TAKE A DOSE OF
It wffl avtaaaV refiew taat nexkgeoogh.
Takes proaptly il will oftes pterent
Artluu. Braacaitk aad aenoos tbtoat aad
laag trouble. Caaraaaxd tale aad very
rv J aaal
WHITE BONANZA 03
WonM yon he willtnc J
to t:y Salzer Seeds? f-
Do yon wish a sample packet of the corn
vrliich m oftcr you Sim to nainc? (If you
lo be sore to enclose 8c to pay maiiiii: dure-";.
However, jou iti-cd nui I'ave sample to name
t lie corn.
Smarter DoWvrf ff Iowa syi;
JTha atreaa off emigrants from the United State
Jo Canada will rununno."
lxiiiiTcr rrentlr w-l'
visit to Western Ciaor.i.
aim arc ".inert. H
land honker in t!ie horj
of Ent:IUh wa&inc t ri-
ple: this willnccoant for
,th rraorsl cf nn 01111:7
j otto I armor to vana:.-u
Our people nro iIciimiI
tbo exceUrnt c:
tratlna off lux. AS
an eoauiz to rue
tta ot thm::nn1-i. r.nj
U-y aro C. I II con Ins.
I -iwneoptribatitl l.irv-
1 to t ho 70-Of 111. A m..rl.
enn fhrmiTt iio mndo Can.tf hi
tln-'r hone durlne I'JUU.
Flcltl crop roturnsalnnn
oruiocouncry npwardu nf
Grain crowlnr. mixed f.inn
Inc. r:tlo rain!:)); end ttilr ;isj
aro nil profitable. Freoltoaic
ftrnil cf 1U9 ncrrtt aro tn l:j
IiimI In tho ery lest tLarlrt
per u-ro nitTiIa eertiiln nrvti-.
fM-lioolH nnd rliorrlici In -cry
settlriiieiif. ellmatu nnezrvllil.
L::!I(ilrj.T i:i:iti-rial pl-ntlfi:l.
1 lT r.irticnIarHlrtnlniVttinn !iw
pottlers mtlway rctt- nml is -
tivo ilta-tnUnl tuni-.! let. J,-
i. . ... T .i . "-T-
pum-.l let. "J,- t
jvs iwv ani o:i r t
ami o:i r m;nr-i
imn. wri'o to n? t rt J- .. rn.
tn. OttitKiv. Cm., or lo Oiu.ima
W. V. BENNETT
Rasa 4 Km Eld. Zstht. lh.
ljN.:al(iri,iSpeareMyo ) (3)
My father has been a sufferer front r.:c
headache for the last twenty-fiveyearsanc
never found any relief un'il he be-tt'
taking your Cascarcts. Since he ii.15
begun taking Coscarcts he has never I1.10
the headache. They have entirely curt-
him. Cascarcts do what you recomnicnn
them to do. I will give yoa the privilege
of using his name. E. M. Dickson,
lizo Resiner St., W. Indianapolis, Ind.
Pleasant. Palatable. Potent. Taste Good.
IfV- 7v "vflr VMM.cnMfnKt.lt. 'fli..
-. w. w .... .-. ... .. . il"; 1
nine taOiet stamped C C C
euro or your mosey back.
jTurlock Irrigation District
Tho 7-.AXD of KVSSUISa and OWOTi
TUXITIES. Healtliful Climate. A-I land
ABUNDANT WATER at low mti-
. Peaches. Apricots, FIb?. Olivei.. Sv.-i v.
Potatoes. Alfalfa ami DaJrylnir pav lt
tor than flOO.OO per aero yearly. VrIt
for ilhistmtivl booklet.
DEPT. B.TURL0CR BOARD OF TRADE. TurlocV. Cat
In nratTarlrty foramleattrMIowc;t prtr- br j
wmxm srwsinpu csmi.
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