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THE OMAIIA DAILY BEE: THURSDAY, NOVEMBER
13, 1002. 5
AFFAIRS AT SOUTH OMAIIA
Board of Educatiog Down tj Btdrxk in tc(
Matter of Ti&di.
ONLY SEVEN HUNDRED DOLLARS ON HAND
VM Haadrea aaa Tntl;-t lr Taea
eaaal Dallar F.i4i aiae
Prumt Hoard Tame lata
Pawrr la April.
School district No. J, which means South
Omaha, la out of money. When the teach
ers ar paid for November there will re
main In th school treasury lets than $704.
Worn all aources of rerenue the school
district has thla rear received the sum of
1128,675. This amount ha been expended
within a few months. On April 24 the
amount mentioned was In the hands ot the
school board treasurer, but now there re
mains bat a pittance.
The books show hat IHT.OOO was received
fitjru saloon licensee, (24,000 from the
county. $ri.lg left over from the former
administration, $1,100 from the sale of the
triangle and from other sources.
All of the money with the exception of
the email amount mentioned haa been spent
by the present board sine th latter part
of April. When November ealaiiea are paid
to tb teacher the fsds will faTI snort
and It. will b necessary to Isau warrant
which will draw Interest.
Aa for th teachers" wsrraats, they can
b so hi to brokers and other dealer In
securltlee, but the la-1 tors and other bar
ing claim against the board will hare to
wait for their pay. It will take about
16.000 to pay the teacher for November.
The rapid expenditure of money by th
Board or Education sine April will na
turally necessitate aa overlap which will
hare to b provided for by th discounting
ot warrants and a consequent Increase In
tb Interest account charged against the
ouainras men say that laborers ar
scarce and that It la almost
secure help enough to unload car In th
yaras. .Tola Is the case with rni
who ara hunting for men to unload coal
wmcn is arriving In large quantities dally.
All of th coal that la eotnlnv In im m
mlnoue and the dealers ar trying to rave
demurrage by having th car unloaded a
The Beard of Education, through Kubat
a chairman of the sapply committee, has
rented from J. F. Mc Reynolds ten type
writers lor use in tb commercial de
partment of the blah school rtkeae
macbiaea ar placed temporarily pending
me outcome or trie Oliver eaaa now m
Ing. Yesterday th Oliver company replevin
case waa taken rrom the count v ts th eta
trlct court and It may be om time before
a final hearing la bad. Thla action haa been
tanen in order that the studenta In the
commercial department may not suffer from
laca or instruction.
Welsh Visits the See.
Councilman Miles E. Welsh returned yes
. terday from a trio throurh mniian ui.vi
ran. While away he stopped for two daya
at fiaulte Ste. Marl and looked over th
aw:iocks, both 09 tb American and th
. Canadian aide. He said that deer hunter
swarmed th northern portion f Michi
gan, aa th hunting aeaaon opened on No
Material Ordered. .
Chief Engineer King of th Union 8tock
. T. Company, stated last Wj-ht that lum,
-bar "bad been ordered for repalre to the
Q street viaduct. Thla lumber la to 00m
from Oregon and la new supposed to be
cm the way. In th opinion of Mr. King
'tb repair to thla bridge will commence
In about moath. As for th safety of
tha bridge Mr. King aaya that th etrue
tnre is all right, all that It needs at this
1 tint being a new floor and a few braces.
' - Marie City Gaaela.
C- W. HUl haa gone to Minneapolis to
visit friends for a couple of weeks.
Mrs. H. B. Fleharty returned ye terday
from a visit with frlenda In the west.
Eugene O. Meyfleld Is back from a hunt
ing trip. . He reports having had a-ood
fupetior lodge'. No. 19S. tVrree of Honor
will give a dance at Workman hail on
J.- M. Tanner returned yesterday from a
trirt to South Dakota, where b had good
luck shooting ducks.
Prince boaa ta Artaaaa.
" COLORADO SPRINGS, Nov. 11 The
crown prince of 61am, after a two days
sojourn In and about Colorado Springs, left
' today for the Grand Canon in Arisona.
OUTPUT OF PACKING HOUSES
laereaae aa l esnaareel wltn "Last V4 eeat,
hat et let If ts Last Tear's
CINCINNATI. Nov. 12. (Special Tele
gram.) The Price Current says: Poms
further increase In shown In the marketing
of hogs. The total western packing Is M0.-
000, compared with 4.".5.(K0 the preceding
week and fc5.00O last yar. Since Novem
ber 1 the total is 810.000. against 170,000 a
year ago. Prominent places compare as
Chicago . "sfi.tr
Kanoe 4'lt ."'
South Omaha i.'')
8t. Joeeph fri.V ."
Indlararwllii "." To.ono
Ottumwa n oun i c0
Biou City r7.0"0 I.t)
Pt. Paul J4.t n.v
Cedar Rapids 11.W0 17.600
TIGER AIDS FOOT BALL TEAM
Will (roil Field Before Yal Meet
Prlaeetna aad Afterwards
I Jl U'l. p. V'.'i . . . . . . . V ' la.
old South American tiger will figure In ths
root oe.il anatcn witn Tale on eaiuraay.
Itlllrbrand. who Is coaching the Annapolla
eleven, eecured It from a naval officer. The
beast Is aa tame aa a kitten and la now
enjoying the freedom of the field house.
On Saturday it will be led across the
field Just before the game begins and will
afterward be kept on the aide lines.
With the Bwwlere.
The Clarkaon won three straights from
the St. Charles on tha Oat City alleys last
let. Id. 3d Total.
G. 8. Schneider 17t Vtt 14 M4
Bruoke m its i;. rn
Fowler H3 17 146 511
Clarkson ..1M 14 ! t"l
iMntnan 147 iT2 17 60S
Little Over PUls.
Must ) Slgnatur)
I wj uj esaw
F3I Tf.NI LIYU.
m uuiw txii.
CVXt alOst NCABACMaU
HAY FEVER, CATARRH
OawwaaisM, Saocatia, Wawioja
PROMPTLY CU! gD BY
Espic's Cigarettes, or Powder
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A Wlso Woman
lr.?8r!2l Hair fagtcerstar
ihieia a kMwrwiiiua
iT.ranal Chanucal col, L W. au. tt. X.
jJJ bjr aheraaaa A McOonatll irug La,
Totala 93 877
r. W. Brbnelder
Earl Talaks thaaareek III Will Wla.
BEUA8T, Nov. 11-The earl of Shaftee
bury has been elected commodore of the
Royal Ulster Yacht club, In aucceeelon to
the late marquis ot Duffer! n. In acknowl
edging his election. Lord Shaftesbury de
clared himself sanguine regarding the out
come of Sir Thomas Upton e challenge for
the America's cup. but, he added, what
ever the result, those friendly contests,
carried on aa they vtere In the moet sports
manlike spirit, could net fall to strengthen
the friendly relations ealstlng between the
two countries. Colonel Sherman Crawford,
the vice commodore, remarked that Sham
rock III would be a more representative
boat. In management and every other way,
than ever before. He would accompany
tha challenger to the I'ntted States, and
anticipated that he would be able to say to
th Royal l ister Tacht club: "Have the
safe ready for the America' a cup."
Felts Beats Devlae.
BALTIMORE, Nov. li Tommy Felts,
the bantamweight champion of the world,
waa given the decision over Jimmy Devlne
of Philadelphia tonight before the Eutaw
Athletic club. For five rounds Devlne
landed blow for blow, In the middle of the
seventh round Felts landed several rights
and lefts on the Jaw which sent the Fhll
adelphlan to the mat and his second
threw up th sponge.
Acadesny Bay Beat Getkeabarg.
KEARNET, Neb.. Nov. li Special Tele
gram.) The Gothenburg foot ball team met
the Kearney Military academy boys on the
gridiron this afternoon, being beaten by
th Kearney players by a score ot 21 to 0.
Varsity Bets Reserves. '
IOWA CITT. la-. Nor. 12. (Special Tele-
Jrsm.V The Iowa 'varsity foot ball team
efeated the Resrrv team on Iowa field
today, 38 to lO.
Cbarek Workers Caaveae.
ALBANY, N. T.. Nov. li. The annual
meeting of the Federation of Churchea and
Christian Workers was contlnu-d here
today. The question of a world-wide fed
eration of all denominations waa said by
Rev. E. B. Sanford, nat'onal field secre
tary, to be one that should have the un
divided attention of all Christisn workers.
A general discussion followed, after which
reports were presented from various local
Brleatlsts Have Aejoarned.
BALTIMORE. Nov. lZ-Th fall meeting
of the National Academy of Sciences,
which began yesterday In Johns Hopkins
university, adjourned at the close of this
afternoon's session to meet next April In
Washington, D. C. A number of Interest.
Ing papers were read, and In the evening a
reception was given In honor of the visi
tor by the Maryland club.
FORECAST OF THE WEATHER
Bala ar gaew la Kaatera Nebraska
a ad Balat la Iowa Is
WABHINaTOX, Nov. U. Foreca'
For Nebraska and South Dakota Fair
Thursday, etcept rain or anow la east por
tion; Friday fair and warmer.
For Iowa Rain and colder Thursday;
For Illinois Fair ia south, rain and
colder la south portion; fresh southwest
winds, beaomlng" northwest.
For Kansas Fair la west, rain and colder
la aaat port loo Thursday; Friday fair.
For Colorado aad Wyoming Fair Thurs
day aad Friday; wanner.
For Missouri Fair la east, rsln and
colder la west portion Thursday; Friday
rata aad colder In east portion, fair In
For Men tana Fair Thursday and Frdiay;
warmer Thursday ia northeast portion.
For North Dakota Fair and warmer
Thursday; Friday fair.
OFFICE OF THE WEATHER BUREAU,
OMAHA. Nar. 11 Omelal -renord of tem
perature and precipitation compared with
the corresponding day ot th last three
1HK. 101. 1A lgsr
Maximum temperature ..J S7 &s i'4
Minimum temperature ... 4W ! tt 38
Mean leroperaiuiw 7 43 4i 47
precipitation W .00 . .00
Record of temperature end preclpCtatlon
at Omaha for this day and since March 1.
1901: , -
Normal temperature 3S
Excess fov the day U
Total ex.-eas since March 1
Normal precipitation 04 Inch
F.xcees for the day ot Inch
Total rainfall since March 1 St. OS Inches
Dericiency since March 1 2.(1 inches
lenclency for cor. period. 1901... .!! Inches
Excess for cor. period, 1900 IT Inch
Reparts freaa Statlaa at T P. M.
CONDITION OF THC
TREATY SOT SATISFACTORY
Cubans Wtxt Bigger Babata Than Amarioa
Haa Propotod. t
BLISS SENT TO CLEAR DIFFICULTIES
Islaadere Believe They Caa Get aa
Wltbaat Reciprocity If Seeeseary
aad aa "bow 5a IMsaaeltlea
ta Haatea Xegotlatlaaa.
North Piatt, cloudy
Halt Lake City, cloudy....
Rupld City, cloudy
U Ullstan, cloudy
St. Loula. clear
81. Paul, raining
Kansas (Tty, cloudy
441 7 .
' 21 .24
4, 38 .WO
l 48: .HO
4H 44! .1
SOI 4 .("I
2i 341 .)
22 2tl 4
WASHINGTON. Nov. 12 An Important
conference bearing on the subject of th
Cuban reciprocity treaty waa held at th
War department today, th participants
being Secretary Hay. Secretary Root aad
General Taaker Bllis. The latter waa
called Into the conference at Secretary
Hay' suggestion because ot his expert
knowledge of the existing Cuban tariff.
Before the conference at th War de
partment Secretary Hay bad talked on
this subject with Senator Cullom, chairman
of the senate committee on foreign rela
tione, and also with Senor Quesada, the
Cuban minister here. Senator Quesada
was not able to submit to Secretary Hay
th draft of the reciprocity treaty which
had been tinder consideration so ldbg by
the authorities at Havana, aa the document
has not left that place.
Officially, the I'nlted State government
continues Ignorant of the . extent aad
cat u re of the change. If any, which Presi
dent Pal ma may desire to make in th
1 aofllclal Ctrelea Kaaw Meet.
In other than official circles, however.
President Palma's attitude is pretty clearly
understood. The cardinal obpectlon of Pres
ident Palma to the treaty as It stands Is the
Insufficient rebate of 20 per cent proposed
to be allowed on Cuban Imports Into the
I'nlted States and Secretary Hay'a purpose
I to ascertain. If possible, how far he
can yield In that matter and still be able
to rely upon the support of congress next
session, when the treaty Is ebmltted. So
far, his advices do not favor any Increase
of the rebate and, indeed, he has been as
sured by some persons with whom he has
talked that under no"" conditions would
congress submit to any substantial increase
of this rebate.
It la understood that th Cubans, too, ara
entirely unwilling to accent acy m In
crease. In the face ot a great shortage In
the European crop and a rapidly rising
market they hav acquired confidence In
their abili;y to get along for an Indefinite
period of time without reciprocity with the
United States, and o. it Is understood, they
are ahowing an Indifference in the prosecu
tion of the treaty negotiations which Is
serving in turn to stimulate the efforts ot
our own negotiators.
President Palma makes the point that
conditions hav changed In Cuba so that.
where the 20 per ceut rebate might have
served when It was first proposed. It
would at present afford aa little relief aa
not to warrant the sacrifice of Cuban reve
nues that would be involved In Its accept
Secretary Hay has determined to clear tip
that point, and to that end, after talking
with Secretary Root today. It waa decided
that General Bliss ahould bo sent at one
to Cuba to make a personal Investigation
ot the Industrial altuatioa and th flacal
possibilities ot th island. So It la prob
able that pending hla return from his
Cuban visit tha State department caaaot
advance th treaty negotiation In any way.
Ezplala Bliss Mlasloa.
A high official of tb government who 1
well ' Informed regarding relation with
Cuba, in discussing, the proposed treaty
The mission of General Bliss will be to
clear up some apprehenslona which the
Cubans have regarding the effect of the
concession offered by the Vnlted States and
the various concessions which the United
Statea demands from Cuba. It seems ap
parent that the situation la not understood
In Cuba and the negotiations halt on that
There is no disposition to offer a greater
conceaslon than 20 per cent, which will in
clude r.!' products of th islands, while the
concession demanded vary from 10 to TO
per cent. Vhia la explained by the fact
that the concessions must be considered not
so much upon percentages as upon existing
tarlt's. The tariff of the United States on
all articles produced In Cuba 1 so high
that a 20 per cent reduction will mean
much to the Island. This relatea especially
to sugar and tobacco. A single illustration
is given: The present duty on sugar Is
about 100 per cent; a reduction ot 20 por
cent will give a rebate to Cuba of $20 on
every 1100 worth of sugar sent to this coun
try. Oa the other hand, the duty Impos d
by Cuba on cotton manufactured goos Is
about SS 1-3 per cent, and the United f tates
manufacturer shipping cotton to Cuba aader
a Ilka 20 per rent rebate would aecut aa
advantage of oi'iy about $ t-S on each $ 100
worth of goodn. It Is thought here that the
Cubans have not considered the matter from
tnts point or view.
It la possible that tha demands of thla
country may be modified slightly oa an In
vestigation of trade conditions In Cuba. It
Is not likely, however, that any greater con
cession will be granted, as It Is held that
the high rate of duty on augar and tobacco
will, with 20 per cent reduction, enable th
Cubans to either undersell all other for
eigner or secure greater profits on their
products than people of other nations.
The reciprocity treaty la likely to be a
separate document from aay general treaty
provided for tinder the Piatt amendment.
It makea no difference whether the treaty
la negotiated with 'Cuba save on the sub
led of the Isle of Pines. The Piatt amend
ment being a part of our law and a part of
tha Cuban constitution it Is held that tt
operates aa a binding proposition, even If 1
the provisions of ths amendment ar not
embodied In a duty. The United Statea will
secure the coaling atatlona, and Cuba I
bound to carry out the provision of her
own constitution. That the embodiment of
th terms of the Piatt amendment la a
treaty IS desirable la not denied. 1
T Indicate trace f precipitation
U A. WtlvOt I
Local Forecast umoaL '
ARMY SLATE IS ARRANGED
Deaaltely Settled tkat Ysasg Is ta
aeeae-4 Mile aa I.toa
WASHINGTON, Nov. li. Th slate tor
promotion to major geaerala to fill vacan
da caused by retireme&u that will tak
place next year haa been arranged. Tiers
will be three varaaclea. General Hughe
retiring April 11. General Davis July M
and General Miles August I.
The latter Is lieutenant general and will
be succeeded by Major General Young.
Th brigadiers to b promoted ta be major
geaerala are Jamea F. Wade, Samuel 8.
Sumner and Leonard Wood. The mea
are now th three ranking brigadier gea
erala in th order named.
Oeaeral Wad baa beea a brigadier gea
eral sines May. 17, and haa aeea many
men advanced ta the hlrher grade while
ba has remained stationary. It ta pre
sumed that he will succeed General Davis
la command of the Philippines when tha
latter retlrea next July.
It la expected that Colonel H., C. Has
brouck ot the artillery will be mad a
brigadier general and retired aad that
Colonel T. Moor of the cavalry will ha
selected for a totkger servica, -
AiC-r- rrrX Predigesred V V ,
IvWv ' - Healthful, 3 A-ir
nV FOOD Str5ff22 "LV " f y
"We WorHingmen aren't able to do '
much all forenoon." 1 J
"Worhingmen waste too much energy s "s jr ::.
digesting ordinary food. Cero- V J
Fruto gives strength and susten- ( l
ence at once." 1 1
Caro-TnitolsBot SBinBhUistenUrslhe stomach la a pssty ssass that I I i
I bard to digest, bet is a sweet, eriip flake thai requiree aaasticatioa. ' ' I . It I
lour doctor will tall joa th advantage of taia it joa don't know. ' - - - 1 I I
ROTHENBERG & SCHLOSS,
KANSAS CITY, DISTRIBUTORS.
HAWAII GOES REPUBLICAN
Democrat Loae Both Delegate to Congress
FULL-BLOODED NATIVE FOR CONGRESS
Sterlea of Elertloa Riots la Parto Rica
Ara Said ay t'aanml.aloaer af
Edaeatlaa ta Have Beea
BAN FRANCISCO, Nov. It The steamer
Alameda, from Honolulu, brings the news
that tb recent election In the territory of
Hawaii resulted in a sweeping republican
victory. Prince Kalanlanaole, popularly
known aa "Prince Cupid," waa elected dele
gat t rongreaa over Robert W. Wilcox,
th Incumbent and democratic candidate,
by a majority of over 2.000.
When Alameda left the island port the
full election return had not bees re
ceived. Th Island of Maui had not been
heard from and the exact reault ot tha
election ot candidates for the territorial
legislature waa uncertain.
Th legislator will be almoat entirely
republican, however, aa fifteen republican
representatives and Ave senators ar known
to have beea elected. When Alameda Is
released from quarantine today a telegram
from Governor Del to President Roosevelt,
announcing th result of th election aa
given abov. will be aaat t Washington
by tha purser of the steamer.
Prinoe Kalanlanaole, the. congressional
delegate-elect, la a full-blooded Hawaiian
and haa la tha past beea identified with
the horn rule party. When both the re
publican aad democratic parties offered
him. th candidacy ot territorial delegate
be accepted the republican nomination.
Both caa 11 data instituted a lively cam
paign throughout th islands. Wilcox was
elected to congress la 190C, defeating
Ba af Haaa Rala Party.
Tha report of th election, it ta thought
by republicans, marks the end of tha home
rule party, aad a dlvWloa of th Vetera
along the llaf of republicanism and de
mocracy aa oa tb mainland. It is also re
garded aa disposing largely of the race is
sue and tha lssus of royaliam In Hawaiian
politic, for the campaign of Wilcox waa
largely baaed an hi record aa a royalUt
and ea race feeling.
Th moat prominent issue In the cam
palfa waa th proposal of Delegate Wilcox
te place th leper settlement on the Island
of Uolokal under federal control, which
waa embodied la a bill Introduced ta the
laat session of congress. It la highly un
popular In Hawaii, aad was made aiore so
by a remark attributed to I'nlted Elate
Senator Burton of Kansas, a member of
th oo rami Ion which recently visited
Hawaii, to tha effect that If the American
govarnmeat took bold of th settlement It
would separate taa aexea and enforce more
rigid rule thaa th local government has
adopted In th scatter at quarantine. Th
Jhxeat af at ore severe rule over th lepers
Is thought to have had a good deal to do
with tho vote against Wilcox.
The white vote was very strong for
Prince Cupid and the republican ticket
generally. The democrats were divided.
Judge J. T. DeBolt of the First circuit
court has instructed the grand jury for the
November term of court to make a careful
and complete investigation into the al
leged defalcations in departments of the
territorial government. An investigation
Is expected to result in a number of .In
dictments. Qalet Rlertloa la Porta Rica.
PHILADELPHIA. Nov. 12. Prof. Samuel
M. Lindsay, commissioner of education In
Porto Rico and formerly of the University
of Pennsylvania faculty, reached hia home
in this city last night from Ponce. He
comes to this country to submit his report
to President Roosevelt and to take hi
family back with him to Porto Rico.
He spoke with enthusiasm of the educa
tional prospects ot the Island, and. turning
to the recent insular election, aald:
The election went off remarkably well.
The Insular police proved able and efficient
ami the quiet and orderly manner in which
the election was conducted In every dis
trict in the island reflects credit upon the
people of Porto Rico.
This was the first real contest, becaue
two years ago. when the first election for
a delta-ale to Washina-ton and a bojse of
delegates in the Insular lerlslature was
held, only one party went to the polls. This
time both republicans and federals voted
ir. nearly nil the precincts and the federal
party made a good showing. The present
republican delegate to Washington. Fred
crico Ivgeiau, was re-elected by a large
Prof. Lindsay say report a of riot and
bloodshed In Porto Rico were much ex
aggerated. Upon the first registration day.
October li, be said there was much ex
citement an soma disorder in placea, but
at no time was thee any danger of dis
turbances with which the civil government
and the police could not cope successfully.
Nor were the disturbancea any more seri
ous than those that occur at election time
in some parte ot nearly every state In the
A ALU KEWBPAPER MAX.
4ettlaej Sew Oaa at Hair aaat Haa
Sa Mara DaadrasT.
Everybody in the northwest know Pol.
Daniel Searles, the veteran Journalist and
publicist of Butte. Jan. 10, 1900, tha col
onel write: "I used a coupl of bottles
of Newbro'a Herplclde with marvelous re
sult. The dandruff disappeared; a new
crop of hair haa taken root and the bald
spot Is rapidly being covered." Herplclde
is the only hair preparation that kills the
dandruff germ that dig np the scalp tn
acalea aa it burrow lis .way to tha root
of the hair, where it destroys the vitality
of the hair, causing the hair to fall cut.
Kill the dandruff germ with Herplclde.
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I TlAlfAit ULh
Dally Callferala Service.
CH1CAOO. Nov. II The Banta Fa an
nounces that the daJly aervtc of Its Cali
fornia Limited train between Chicago. Los
Angeles, aan Diego and 8an Fraorutco will
be reaumed oext Sunday. The trip will be
made la teas than, three daa.
134 X. Bummer Street.
Xashvilae, Tekk., April 17, 1902.
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.years of ape until tha " chance of
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at the periodical time with cramp
and blinding headache and sought
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but none of these could help me. I
was simply a physical wreck and pre
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and hopelessness which I suffered
none know but those who have Lad
the same experience
As time wore on my nervousness
increased, I had hot and cold flashes
and was very easily irritated, and
when troubled or annoyed would
almost fly into hysterics. At this
time a friend from St. Louis visited
iue aud I tuid her icr trouble and
how hard I had trie to get well.
"Did yon ever try Wine of Cardui f"
she asked. When I told her that I
had not she smiled and said, " In
one month from today I will have
yon so much changed you will not
know yourself." And strange as this
seemed to me it proved the truth. I
took tbe medicine regularly and each
VI v.a a-j
day was an improvement en the pre
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and reet stole over in witn return
big health. Kar.h day 1 thanked
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had given me. The distressing
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iaing it. and have since enjoyed the
best of health.
As one friend advised me so I
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isfied that there it nothing on the
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part of the country owe at much to thit great woman' remedy aa Mrs.
bovd. Wine of Cardui coeta but 11.00 a bottle. Yoa will feel stronger
and better in a month. ' lira. Boyd it a Kashvill Lady of high reputation.'
Will you not take Wine of Cardui on ber advice?
WINE of CARDUI
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