Albert Evening Tribune in Albert-Lea, Minnesota
28 Feb 1906

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28 Feb 1906

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Albert Evening Tribune (Newspaper) - February 28, 1906, Albert Lea, Minnesota The evening Tribune in Rura realms Albert Lea Minnesota office �?121 sooth Broadway. Official paper of the City of Albert Lea subscription rates .4.00. 2.00 on year. Six months. On month. On week. One year in Advance. 3.00 our months in Advance. I of i Tribune special correspondents furnish resume of news from a Altous localities personal and social review. Hurley amp co. Publishers j. P. Hurley editor and Mon Freeborn. Clint l. Lttie associate editor c. B. Drove Anonymous communications will he rejected. Rejected will not be returned unless accompanied by stamped envelope. Entered at the Post office at admit Lea Minn i second class matter. Advertising and commercial printing Kates furnished on application. The weekly Tribune n two parts tuesdays and fridays. $1.25 per year. Issued subscription Price $1.00 of paid in Advance. Contains a summary of events of the week and county news. Telephone number 72 senator Nelson predicts the rate Bill will pass the Senate but he does not go on record regarding the amendments the Railroad attorneys in the Senate will tack on a Bill before it is permitted to pass. Anyway the country Railroad managers and All have been subjected to a Campaign of education that is bound to prove valuable. Another big mall order House in Chicago capitalized with $5,000,000, has been placed in the hands of a re Celver and the creditors Are apprehensive about their pay while thousands of stockholders All Over the country mourn the loss of Money they had invested in the big scheme. It will be remembered an immense concern failed in Lutrail Apo ii a few a a years ago and thousands of people lost Money but the Home merchant suffers just the same. It would seem that people would learn to let foreign corporations alone and at Tho same time keep As much of their Money at Home As is possible. Freeborn Fob. 28.�?prof. Howard and Glenn Howard up from Albert Lea saturday on business returning sunday. Fred Hinkly shipped a Carload of shelled Corn from Hartland saturday. Jos. Hansen did the Shell ing with his gasoline engine. The Royal neighbors initiated three candidates wednesday and adopted one. After Camp a bounteous luncheon was served and pleasant time enjoyed by All. Or. And mrs. Longshore returned from their visit thursday and report a pleasant time. Or. Long shores health is considerably improved. George Jones marketed hogs in Alden wednesday. The m. W. A a initiated four new members saturday evening. Ellie Olson is working at j. B Purdle a. Mrs. Scott will entertain the la Dies Ald society thursday March i w in Miller was a county seat visitor monday. The modern Woodmen and Royal neighbors will hold a reception for or. And mrs. Oscar Wright and or. And mrs. Benj. Oates saturday evening March to 1906. Rev. B. F. Russell came up from Alden sunday and preached from the methodist pulpit. Dan Lakey accompanied him. Herman Hunte is working South of Alden for a few Days. Royal baking powder saves health and saves Money Market reports Albert Lea quotations. Flour and feed flour second per sack 1.25 flour second per sack. 1.15 bran per ton .16.00 Shors per ton.16 of i lilt wheat per bu.60 a 73 Rye per by. 45 an insidious disease that Breaks Down Rheuma ism does not come on in a Day the the strongest causes that produce it work silently in the system of years. This Xirui Dilaj disease becomes entrenched in the blood and some exposure to cold or Damp weather or slight indiscretion brings on an attack. Poor digestion St Mach troubles weak kidneys torpid liver and a general sluggish cond it a 0l the system Are responsible for rheumatism. Food souring in the St it Mach poisons the blood the failure of the kidneys and liver to act properly a avd waste matter and impurities in the system which coming in Contact with the natural acids of the body form uric acid. This is absorbed by the Lood and As it penetrates to the Muscles nerves and Bones produces the terribly pains and aches and other disagreeable symptoms of rheumatism. I Fesij made a torture by ifs excruciating pains nerves Are shattered the Hen i / i i f flus ii 30 to it / if o it Al pal 11&Quot of q la owl t Elf Al Toti Ott i Barley per bu.28 it amp 3 3 Oats per by .24 j Ermine and if the disease is not checked it leaks Down the strongest con Corn per bu.35 Stit ution. It will not do to depend on plasters liniments Etc. Such treatment helpful a easing the pain and reducing the inflammation but does not reach the blood where the real trouble is located. S. S. S. Cures rheumatism by purifying Aud invigorating the thin acrid flax per by. 1.00 Timothy seed per cwt. 2.50 Stock Market _ Royal baking powder co., new York she reports both of them As prospering and contented in their new Homes. North Bancroft. Fatal pistol Duel. Oklahoma Man and Hie son shot and killed. Arkansas City ran., Fob. 28.�?in a Plato Duel in Ray county Oklahoma during the Day. J. W. Cassidy and his a ight pen year old son were shot and killed by w. H. Morris a Well to do land owner. Morris went to Newkirk okla anime Disley after the shooting and gave himself up to the sheriff. Morris claims that he killed the Cassidy in self defense. The Cassidy had been tenants of Morris for a number of years and during the past year they had been involved in a quarrel. The Cassidy moved away from the Morris farm recently and during the Day they returned to get their cattle when the quarrel with Morris was a it need and the killing resulted. The Only witness to the shooting was a ten year old son of Cassidy. No Date has been set. But grand jury May soon take up Steunenberg assassination Case. Hoise ida., feb. 28, no Date has As yet been set for the grand jury at Caldwell to take up the investigation into the Steunenberg assassination. It was rumoured during the Day however that the grand jury had All its work cleaned up and would be ready to take no the arr amp is nation cases immediately there wan another Rumor that tile grand jury had already considered these cases without that fact having become generally known but tills is not believed As Harry Orchard and other important witnesses against Moyer Haywood and the other a cased men have not been taken to Caldwell to testify. North Bancroft feb. 28.�?mr. And mrs. John Whelan a attended the Ball in the c. O. F. Hall in Bath last Friday night. Mrs. Andrew Barlow is not very Well at present having another attack of her old enemy the dropsy. Mrs. Loomis and miss Harty visited the Oak Hill school last Friday. Win. Campion is in Owatonna visiting his brother at present. Miss Maggie Sutton has returned after a pleasant visit in Albert Lea and twin lakes. J. E. Campion is to have an auction on his farm March 12. Or. An mrs. Geo. Literal Aud master Robert and we Ilbert noles spent last wednesday evening at Loomis s. A party of Bancroft ites drove up to a. Fitzgerald s monday evening and As usual was delightfully entertained. Or. And mrs. J. E. Campion Edward and Little Margaret were out calling on friends Friday evening. Theodore Thoreson attended Church in Albert Lea last sunday. Miss Barlow and master Georgie Thamert drove to Clarks Grove last Friday. P. Stigen called in our neighbor Hood one Day last week. School closes in District no. 20 this week. The Spring term is gins about the Middle of april with miss Fitzgerald As teacher. Miss Katie Fitzgerald is sick with the fashionable ailment the mumps Myrtle. Myrtle feb. 28.�?harry Galt was a Glenville business caller saturday. Hans Hansen the state line cattle buyer shipped two carloads of cattle from Here saturday night. Mrs. G. Tessman has returned after a three weeks visit with her daughters in Mansfield and Kiester. Mrs. Meissner returned Vith her for a weeks visit Here. Peter Nelson i and Andrew Hanson went to Glenville Friday. We Are sorry to report that the Myrtle cheese factory is going to discontinue operation in the manufacture of Brick cheese after March i. The difficulties seemed to arise from the fact that the patrons could not agree on the prices. Carl struck experienced a Lively runaway Here last thursday. The team which was tied not a great distance from the track became frightened and took a Lively run As far As the stores where they were caught. The buggy was almost completely smashed but otherwise no serious injuries occurred. Miss Mamie Galt has been suffering considerably lately with a sprained ankle. Mrs. E. Schilling who has been Cromwell testifies appears before the Senate committee on inter oceanic canals. Hogs cwt. Cattle cwt. Sheep cwt. Calves cwt. $ a. 8 5 a it 6.6 5. .2.75 ii 3.50. .3.50@5.00. 4.00 a 5.00 Washington. Fob. 27.�?the examination of William Nelson Cromwell who has figured largely in con notion with the Sale of the Panama can a property to the United states was begun by the Senate committee on in ter oceanic canals during the Day his testimony has been looked Forward to with much interest Abd nearly All the members of the committee were pres ent senator Platt of new York appealing for the first time since tie hearing began. There were Many spectators. Many of the question asked or. Cromwell related to the la ter View at the Manhattan hotel in new York regarding the resignation of or. Wallace when Secretary Taft or. Wallace and or. Cromwell were present. There were frequent tilts Between the witness and senator Morgan because the former was not More specific in hi3 answers to question by the senator it culminated dramatically at Tjie close of the Day when or. Cromwell refused to answer various questions asked by the senator and the latter declared he would Deal with the witness in the Senate when lambs cwt.4.00� 5.00 coun a a produced potatoes per by. 35 Beans per by. 1.80 Dairy butter per la .20� 24 eggs Cash per doz.12 poultry chickens and fowls per la. 6@7 geese live per la. 6 ducks live per la. 7 turkeys per lh.11� 13 fuel slabs or edgings per Cord. .$0.00 Basswood sawed per Cord. 6.00 Oak per Cord. 8.00 Maple per Cord. 9.00 soft Coal Illinois per ton 5.00 soft Coal Hocking Valley 6.o0 hard Coal delivered per ton. Coke per ton. 7.50 Coal when carried 50 cents extra. Blood driving out All impurities and poisons and sending a Stream of Strong Rich blood to Wash out All irritating particles that Are causing j pain and inflammation. S. S. S. Stimulate. J sluggish organs to better action tones up the stomach and digestion restores nervous in and builds a the entire health. S. S. S. Cures rheumatism whether a to a or chronic and the cure is thorough and lasting. Book on rheumatism and any medical advice desired without charge. The Swift specific coat Anta. Ca. Purely vegetable. The facts regarding the resignation of quite seriously indisposed of late is or. Wallace come out. Or. Cromwell replied with some Marolt la stations. Minneapolis wheat. Minneapolis feb. 27.�?wheat�?May, 80 july 82%@82. On track no. I hard 79he no. I Northern 79�?~ac no 2 Northern 77. St. Paul Union Stock Yards. St. Paul feb. 27 a a Attlee Good to Choice steers $4.5>@5.50 common to it fair $3.60� 4 25 Good to Chevo cow and heifers $3.on� i 50 Veals $2 i 0� 5.00. Hogs $5.�?T,"l�>j.l0. Sheep year Ling Wethers $5.25�6.00 Good a Choice lambs $0 pop 6.50. Convalescent. Miss Lydia Wilde and Cousin from Rock Creek Iowa arc visiting at present at the Home of or. And mrs. Alex will. Quite a number of Young people attended a Feather Bee at Alex will s thursday afternoon and evening. All report a very pleasant time. A a rious disturbances. Of a occur during the inventory Church in France. Leutty. France feb. 28.�?serious disturbances occurs to during the Day Dur Jig the taking of the inventory of a Village Church near Sugae Cie it meat of haute Loire an enormous crowd armed with Sticks and atones surrounded the gendarmes Many of whom were beaten or pelted with heavy stones. The gendarmes in or Der to extricate themselves fired their revolvers wounding fifteen of the Manifest ants two of whom were mor tally Hurt. The officer commanding the gendarmes and the government commissioner were both badly injure by the rioters tile gendarmes re tired with difficulty. Unknown Schooner ashore Carlston. Carl Stem feb. 28.�?a big crowd from this Vicinity attended the masquerade dance at Alden thursday night. The indies Aid society pleasantly surprised Rev. And mrs. So Nebo thursday in Honor of Rev. Skarsbo a birthday. Andrew Johnson sold a Good work horse to a horse buyer saturday for $140. Myron Dezell of Wells spent Friday with his parents or. And it los. Charley Dezell. Fred Hansen of Westburg is spending a week with or. Johnson and family. Pet Mathisen a auction Friday was Well attended and everything sold Good. Bancroft. Hates to Pacific coast Cut $15. Bancroft feb. 28. A William Knudson is going to operate Ole Midthun s farm this season. A. O. Styve is visiting with his brother Nels in Luke Mills. Carl Gunderson and Maulius Monson hauled p. Number of hogs to town last saturday. John Talle is Busy hauling Hay for use when roads Are had. Albert Opsahl returned to his Home one Day this week from journey in the Southern states. The Torgerson Bros took their dinner at e. J. Stadheim a last Sun Day. Christ Talle is visiting in Iowa. Commencing september 15th the i Neapolis amp St. Limits will have on Sale daily one Way tickets to san i ranch so los Angeles Portland Aud other Points in the West and Northwest. Rates $ 15 below Ordinary fare. Through tourist cars to Call retirement of chief Engineer Waig warmth that that was the a Only sate place to do his Only financial interest. Or. Cromwell in his statement do dared that every Penny of the Money paid by the United states govern Moat for the Purchase of Panama rail Way Stock and for the French canal property had been accounted for. He stated that lie had declined to accept the position of counsel for the canal commission and that his activity had been largely upon the invitation of the president and the Secretary of War. He said that his Only financial interest on tile isthmus or in the re Public of Panama was a personal investment in the capital Stock of the Panama american corporation of which he owned $51,800 out of a total capital of $229,000. This company. Or. Cromwell said was engaged in supplying the City of Panama with electric Light inc anti Telephone service. Another statement which or. Cromwell made that attracted much interest was that in All his relations with the government of the United states and Panama and even in the acquiring of the outstanding minority Aba res of the Panama railway for the United states which was brought about through or. Cromwell a activity Anil labor not a cent was received by him for his services. He stated that his final account with the vouchers of payment audited by the government department was in the government flies and every share of Stock was now in tile Treasury of the United stat a feature of or. Cromwells state meat and upon which he was closely questioned was with reference to the Diu Duluth. Fob. 27 a no. I Northern Era 77 in i in i 79�?Tye no. 2 k 803c july. S2 and on track. I july. wheat and flax a 27.�?wheat�?to a Rev in 79�?�kc no. 2 non Ort ii i Maart 1 a a in Chicago Chicago. Feb. 2 $3.90� 6.4&Quot. Cow a 4.90 Ato Cleis mid 4t texans mired and by e Good Honvo it $c.2qc $6.00� 6,10 by i. $6.70� 6 1 5 sin $4.t.i t. Of. K aids. Attlee be War decided upon. European Diplomat says France my Germany who fight. A St. A Petersburg feb 27.�?most alarming views with reference to Tbs relations Between Germany and France prevail is certain diplomatic quarters where Tho situation is considered to lie extremely tense and a conflict by no Means unlikely. The ambassador of one great european Power said during the Day that War in his opinion was inevitable and had in tact. Already been decided upon. Quot it is sad a Nodi d the Diplomat who is not ranked among the admirers of emperor William a uti at i i the v dim 01 one Man. K e in t be plan of into to e Hon c s of at the Franca e Tiby i if Opi Ivon a Quot to i he situation is frankly pens mint1 and the o il�?T.00k Atit ii of trued As extremely Serio is the View i in g a Fiat there i i no tel1 n ? what May to in for if the conference should break off and France and Germany be left face to face in urn o pro Minim opposition. The abandonment of the French position is regarded As lambs sible. Rim Eror William s Toast at the banquet in Berlin sunday with its direct allusion to the possibility of War is quoted with apprehension. The pessimism however is not general. Sioux Falls. S. Do a Fob. 28. William Ellis Corey w Ife of pm Corey of the United states Ste i por Atlon arrive in Sioux fall d the Day from tile West. She a apart tints Here. For an Windeln Rich she refused to be Intel it Mardi gras february 22-27 Are the dates tins year of the greatest carnival Hgt id anywhere in the world and Lii is the year to take in the Mardi oms As the Illinois Central Railroad will sell excursion tickets to new orb us at an unusually Low rate centenarian dead. Baltimore feb 28. Mrs Sarah e. Ray. I 12 it ears old with to ably one my lion Tho oldest woman in this City and who served As a nurse on the Field and in hospitals throughout the in ii War. Died it an Early a Cir in the morning of the infirmities or age. For rates beautifully illustrated Mardi gras pamphlet and free a of a new Orleans for the tourist dress h. J. Phelps division 1 Euger agent Dubuque. Iowa. One of the greatest charms of tile Mardi gras festivities is the it.1 in which they Are held. Although strictly modern and up to Date in its business Section it has Many of attractions of an old world City in historical traditions its genial cd. Aud its unique French Quarter v h its Odd foreign customs and mama no other City in the South can of so Many enjoyable features for tin tourist As new Orleans is ,60 Chicago Gram a Chicago few 8t? july is c. A 13umc july. 4. Etc. ®$0 by. $15.37% july $1 Northwestern. Sli $1.67 May $1.11. 10s. 17� 27,%c. D ii. I a lev acc. Poultry to chickens and sin in id p. Pool auth b i to or 3, it it c. E 4 c. Fornia twice a week. Call on agents for full particulars or address a. B. Cutts g. P. Amp t. A., Minneapolis Minn. Week end excursions Minneapolis amp St. Louis Railroad. South Rath. Elf Saver unable to Render assist a Nee to imperilled Craft. Norfolk. A. Feb. 28.�?an unknown four masted Schooner was driven ashore in a blinding Snow storm one mile off Cape Henry late in the afternoon. During the evening the wind blowing nearly fifty Miles an hour made it impossible to launch a surf boat and efforts by lifesavers to shoot a line to the ship were unsuccessful on account of her distance from Shore. Hor condition is perilous. From indications Early in the evening it will be impossible to make another Effort to reach her before Daybreak. Your stomach churns and digests the food you eat and if foul or out of order your whole system suffers from blood Poison Hollister a Rocky Mountain Tea keeps you Well. 35 cents Tea or tablets. L. A. Hanes druggist South Bath feb. 28.�?mrs. A. J. Stadheim and children Edwin and Agnes also or. Victor Johnson vis red at the sortie Home last sunday Moses Karla and Edna Johnson spent a few Days at Albert Lea last week consulting a physician in regard to miss Karla s health. They returned saturday accompanied by their sister Emma who spent sunday at the parental Home. I he misses Gertie and Hustle Svenson of Albert visited their parents a few Days last week. Miss Rebecca Johnson is staying at i Albert Lea for a time while la r Mother is attending to her Putio. On the farm. Or. And mrs. Christ Hanson Spont last sunday visiting relatives in mar Chester. Victor Johnson is the Cern Paten agent in this Vicinity for a Bluet it company. Anyone not having the blues and desiring to get them will find Victor with a Bountiful Supply and very de Sarlous to Supply them Oscar Johnson is slowly recovering from the infection on his face and at present 1b under the care of i Mckey of Albert Lea. Mrs. H. Mickleson has recently re turned from Dakota where she went to visit her sons Fred Aud Georg the Minneapolis amp St. Louis Railroad will place la effect until March 31 the following excursion arrangements half rates after twelve of clock noon of saturdays to All Points within 150 Miles Good for return until monday morning minimum rate 75 cents. Fare and one third on Sale be Days to All Points not less than 75 Miles nor More than 150 Miles Distant limit the following monday. One fare plus $2�?to Points More Toljan 150 Miles away limit five Days. These rates apply to the cities where theatrical attractions and other amusements Are Best at this season of the year and they also apply to All local stations on the line. For further particulars Call on Minneapolis amp by. Louis agents. Mar. 31. And the testimony which i Wall had Given before the comm in Ltd lie said that the explanation which or Wallace gave the conic tue ski Cully different from that which he at Hie time he retired what that he had been offered a a it salary that hts reasons give aft the Manhattan hotel int i Vic no reference to Cromwell a. T a letter to chairman shouts lit any a ter the interview no ail i e v As made to Cromwell the Gordon lint is Lull of life and Spring. No Pun intended a fact is a fact. Gordon most delicious pies.1 fruit j in 2-pie Ioe packages j ? and cookies. None such i i Merrell Sou be co. A syr a u be n new Yoh it 4 mincemeat i by pm Ibi so my my Haj bus so sub gbs�5 Over half a million satisfied customers do you think such an enormous business could be built up and continually increased if our goods die not have exceptional value and Merit do you think we could hold the Trade of half a million people if our reputation for doing exactly what we say Wasny to firmly established do you think u. S. Senators foreign ambassadors Bankers business and professional men in every Section of this country would keep on using Hayner whiskey if it Wasny tall right do you think doctors would recommend it and hospitals use it if it Wasny to absolutely pure and unadulterated just think these things Over carefully Aud then Send us a trial order. Your Money Back if you Are Dot satisfied. Ills s3.00 Vav Eek and excursion. The Minneapolis amp St. Louis rail Road will place in effect us Tell match 31 the following excursion arrangements half rates after twelve of clock noon of saturdays to All Points with in 150 Miles Good for return Natl monday morning minimum rate 75 cents. Fare and one third on Sale fridays to Points not less than 75 Miles nor More than 150 Miles Distant limit the following monday. One fare plus $2.00�?to Points More than 150 Miles away limit five Days. These rates apply to the cities where theatrical attractions and other amusements Are Best at this season of the year and they also apply to All local stations on the line. For further particular Cill on Minneapolis fest. Louie agents mar. 31. At. The a of 16 a girl is rave Over a dog As a Man. Apt to Clet a rate to Pacific coast. Commencing february 15th and continuing until april 7th, Tho Minneapolis amp St. Louis r. Will have on Rale reduced rate one Way tickets to California Oregon Washington British Columbia Utah Montana and Idaho. Rates $i5 below regular fare. Two tourist care Are run every week to san Francisco and los Angeles wednesdays via. Kansas City and popular Santa be system thursdays via. Omaha Denver and famous a Scenic route through Colorado. Call on agents for particulars or address a b. Cutts o. P. Amp t. A., Minneapolis Mien. Feb. 20. Cheap rates to Pacific coast. Commencing february 15 and con Nusug until april 7th the Minneapolis amp St. Louis it. Will have on Sale reduced rate one Way tickets to California Oregon Washington British Columbia Utah Montana Idaho and old Mexico. Rates $15.00 below regular fare. Two tourist cars Are run every week to san Francisco and los Angeles. Wednesdays via Kansas City and popu a Santa be system thursdays via Omaha Denver and famous a Scenic i outer through Colorado. Call on agents for particulars or address a. B. Cutts g. P. Amp t. A. Minneapolis Minn. Apr. 7. United states Senate Washington d. C. I have found Hayner whiskey exceptionally Fine for table and medicinal h in. Al Stewart. U. S. Senator from Nevada. Nather whist a full $9.20 expresses a of quarts 3 prep id our offer we will Send you in a Plain scaled Case with no Marks to show contents four full quart bottles of Hayner private Stock Rye for $3.20, Anil a will pay the express charges. Take it Home and Sample it have your doctor test it a every bottle if you wish. Then if you done to find it just As we say and perfectly satisfactory ship it Back to us at our expense and your $3.20 will be promptly refunded. How could any offer be fairer you Don t risk a cent. Orders for,col. Idaho Mont. Nev., n. Mux orc. Utah. Wash or wyo., must be on the basis of i quart for #4.00 by express prepaid or 20 Quartz for # i 5.20, by freight repaid. Write our nearest office and do it now. The Hayner distilling company St. Paul Minn. Atlanta a. Dayton o. St. Louis to. in Etc i vat f Arvut Rutte Tam a worn is Nuiji Quot distr Lusby Trot o. Estop Usuki i sgt. So How a thin we offer Ore Hundred dollars Reward for any Case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh cure. F. J. Cheney amp co., Toledo o. We the undersigned have known f. J. Cheney for Tho last 15 years and believe him perfectly honorable in All business transactions and financially Able to carry out any obligations made by his firm. Walding Kunnin amp Marvin wholesale druggists Toledo o. Halls Catarrh cure is taken internally. Acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Testimonials sent free. Price 75c. Per bottle. Sold by a1 druggists. Take Halls family pills for constipation. Re Vivo i restores vitality in x in m to $175 pen month unnecessary. Instructions by i rapid promotion. N it. Scud to Day. Inc. Lie. Minn.,u.s.a./ a for firemen and brakeman a boric Nch-v.�,u 1 Home he a wanes guaranteed rapid promotion. Iii no it wild a. A f s to in As soon a As competent Send to Day. Do particulars at once. In lose stamp. National railway training school Boston Block a Minneapolis made a Well Man v of me. V the Pruff Itoe produce the above result in 30 Day. It Aita powerfully and quickly cures when All other ii ii. Young men will regain their lost manhood and c id men will recover their Youthful vigor by Aci 3 Rey Iyo. It quickly Aud surely restore nerve i Ness lost vitality impotency nightly Etui Sale a lost Power falling memory wasting diseases id All effect of self abuse or excess and indies re to 1. Which units one for St tidy. Business or marriage. 11 Dot Only cures by starting at the seat of disease Luis a great nerve tonic and blood builder Tai log Back the Pink glow to Pale Cheeks and 10 storing the fire of youth. It wards off in Salum and consumption. Insist on having Bey Ivo be other. U can be carried in Vest pocket. By mail �?�1.00 per package or six for , with a puff me written guarantee to Core or ref and the Money. Book mid advise free. Address Hoyal Medicine co., the Central South die it of Oft winds la re intent Sunshine and gentle Rains the land of Beauty happiness i Lowers Contentment and health. The ierrit0ry served by the Louisville amp Nashville Railroad Siri i Ching trom he Ohio River to i my Gile. From civic aug ill. Fob Sale in Albert Lea Minn., by l. A. Hanes. I Rhrou Eliout this wide area Fertile land is vet to tie had at Northern standpoint Yak Ltd Low , from sane of this land an avenge of 416.95, net a was made last year on get raw berries. From Anta coupes $25 of. I enches apples Ltd rapes return handsomely. Cattle need but Little Winter feed. Write me for facts and figures. G. A. Park general immigration and Industrial agent Louisville amp Nashville r. R., Louisville by

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