The Algona Republican from Algona, Iowa on November 25, 1891 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, November 25, 1891
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-4 THE REPUBLICAN: ALGONA, IOWA, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1891. IHRIM and mmm of . CHBIOAOO, MILWAUKEE AND ST. PAUL, ALGONMEPUBLICiH J o, i passenger »') 0. ft passenger • • * •< No. ofreight ,Vjr aS No. 13 way freight I 1 ',! 5 *" Ko. 6 freight •••• 8:17 P m GOING BAST. Ko. 2 passenger MI'SnM 11 No, 4 passenger.. iSliisSS No, 10 way freight o.«n« S Wo. 14 freight, ,2 ! §SKK No. s freight • • ..IO-.MP m Chicago & Northwestern H'y. GOING NORTH AND WEST. Freight accommodation 2 .,? 2: IS Chicago Mall and Express j :J4 p m GOING SOUTH AND KAST. Freight accommodation X : !liR~ Chicago Mail and Express 2 :.)7 p m Ohlcago passenger reaches Desi Motnesi at 7p.m., 6:50 a, '«-and Kansas City 9 :!Jn a, in. Tickets for sale to all points In the •Jnlted States ami Canada, KOSSUTff A1G01TA MARKETS. Oats S2 Corn Egtts.. 18 Cattle .$0.1)0® $0,00 Wheat... Flax ,?0@ .75 .25 Butter 32 8.00 .80 BarTey*...'-. .-..< Timothy,.. t .• i Charlie Holte is reported to be, under the weather. *• ^ 4'/ Andy Robinson of Sritt was ItiJJiowi on business yesterdat|, || \, License to marry has been issued to T. M. Gray nnd Vinnie Grove. Postmaster Mayne of Bancroft was seen on our streets last Tuesday. '* llev. Dftvidsbn will preach jotf the subject of gambling next Surklffy eVen- PROFESSIONAL & BUSINESS DIRECTORY. K. J. DANSON. W. C. DANSON. DANSON BROS., • A TTOH.VEYS AT LAW, Algona, Iowa. Office Over Pomslock's. B. F. REED, AT-l.AW, Algona, Iowa. Oats EggS Cattle 0.00 Flax 70@ .75 Hay 6.00 Potatoes 20 BANCtaOIT. .$ .22 Corn ., . .18 Butter ..fO @ .27 Uso Hoga Barley .—t. .25 Wheat .'.. .70 Timothy... 1 .. .00 LOCAL NEWS AND NOTES. A TTOHNKY Hen in i.he (ialbraitli block, Of- E. V. SWETTING. A W. B. QUARTON, A T.TOn.NEY AT LAW. ov*r Kossuth County Hank. JAS. BARR, M. D., >HWICIAS and L. K. GARFIELD, M. D, P HYSICIAN aiid SUK(iEO> T . Ollice next door to Ford's Warehouse. Alptona. Iowa. Head Bill Nye's letter this week. John Meeske oil Corwith transacted business in Algona Friday. Mrs. W. E. II. Morse has gone to Bancroft to spend Thanksgiving. Miss Abbie Vinton of Bancroft was in town last week for a visit of a few days. Miss Sari-ah Whitfielcl is spending her vacation with her parents at Clear Lake. llev. Flanigan attended the session of the Algona district conference held at Clarion last week. A reception to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dingley was given at the residence of F. Dingley last Thursday evening. A. Leske, who has been sick in a Des Moines hospital for the past six weeks returned to Algona yesterday. 1 There will be special Thanksgiving All are invited to hear this discourse. Mr. Chas. Clarke and wife left last Thursday for their home in Jones county. They were very much pleased with Kossuth. O. W. McMurray was over from Forest City Sunday and expressed himself as anxious to dispose of all his Algona property. Something new and neat in poster paper at thellEi'tmucAN office. When you need any posters made come in. It is just the thing. It is expected that a new time card will go into effect on the Milwaukee lines next Sunday. It will not materially affect the Algoua time card. David King has purchased O. W. McMurray's residence in East Algona and will move to town about Dec. 1. The farm will be carried on by his son. Archie Hutchison returned Monday night fr,oui a visit to Mt. Vernon, whither he went at the close of the Epworth League Convention at Waterloo. Mrs, Jacob Wright died at her home near Irvingtbn last Wednesday and was buried Friday. Itev. Davidson preaching the funeral sermon. She was 82 years of age. Go to tUi,(frB}ngfe atorfe for fresh fieo' cerieS. % _ ' ;\ I TJi&edffco1 F ot the Ban&fift _,.„.. does not*appf»ve w of liWll sltfts b< brought against newspapers. You can buy a suit of clothing cheap of John Goeders. Bead his advertisement if you don't believe it. ' The street commissioner has been busy underpinning the sidewalks ott Dodge street for the past few days. A new font of caligraph type just received by llKt'uuuaAN job department. Just the thing for circular work. A. C. Cady has sold his town property to a party from Britt who will move here shortly. We have not learned the name. It will pay you to read John Goeders' advertisement of big bargains. He agrees to sell as cheap as anybody, and will do just what he says. Call on John Goeders. Mrs. Jim McEnroe had a portion of one of her ears bitten off one day last week by a vicious horse. She was feeding the animal at the time when with the above A New Map *f Kosluih Connty, Cof* Date, Jw haa in process'of map of ttoftttfcfc county, corrected to date and accurate In all particulars. The map will show every road in the county, the exact po* sition 6f all school boliaes, etc,, and. will be printed in three colors. The drawing for the map is nearly completed and will be in th'e hands of the engravers within the next few days. The map is being prepared especially for the use of real estate men and we Will guarantee it to be the best map of Kossuth county in existence. We will furnish them in lots of 500 and upward with the card of any real estate firm printed on the margin. Give the HK- VUUMCAN your order for next year and we guarantee satisfaction. The maps will be ready for delivery about Jan. 1. Patrons of Husbandry Celebration. The Patrons of Husbandry will celebrate the 25th anniversary of the founding of the order at their next regular meeting which will be held Dec. 5th at the grange hall in Algona. A WANTED, FOR SALE, ETC. er ceht oodl!at to refit at reasonable prices. Go. affselitag all millinery r cent Deduction. 7tf £• GStf Old tlie MRS. P. A. McOALt. Jit ofltfiliJ. MOllK WAGONS, notice that Jones (he who pays the freight) is securing another large invoice of tho celebrated A. A- Cooper wagons. Jones has sold this make of wagons for twenty years, which speaks well for popularity. atf I am agent for the American Sewing Machine, one of tho heat and cheapest machines in the market; call and see it. 7-8 0. L. Foss. If you want the best Baling Press in the world,write Collins Plow Co.,Quincy, Illinois, for catalogue and prices. 7tf I have a few full blooded black LangJ Shang cockerels for sale, $1.00 each. 8tf F. M. TAYLOR. \V. K. H. MOKSK. «'• Jt MORSE & PRIDE. ALQONA, IOWA. G. T. WEST, M. D~ P HYSICIAN ar.d SUKGEOX Algona, Iowa, Olllce at i-Bsidenei-. DR. L A. SHEETZ, Druggist & Stationer. Prescriptions filled. Deals In paints, oils, books, perfumeries, etc. Comer of State and Thorington streets Alaona.towa. T. J. FELLING, M. D. UYSKMAX and 8UKRKON. Consultation ... in English and (.onuitii Ollice iiiul residence over GiH'tuh'sstore, Whlttcinore, Iowa. P S.E. Bayers, D.V. M., Veterinary Physician t Surgeon west of the Thorington House, xva. HOST'ITAL Accommodations. Real Estate D AN SON & H UTCHISON Office nvor 'lunacy loan and Insurance business. •ink. Also do a C. B. MAT SON, Real Estate S: Farm Loans , OFF1CV HVSll CHRISCmLLES' STORE. to lands in North- nation in > v:i, \vvile to the Real Estate and Abstract Ollice of GEO. C. CALL, ALGONA. — IQWA.j.. A. D. CLARKE & CO. FARM LOANS, ABSTRACTS. P. L, SLAG-LE, Manufacturer of and dealer in Harness and Harness Goods, AUJONA. IOWA. Do you want an auctioneer? D. A. HAGGARD Will cry city and farm property, make collections, nit: All Imsiness of a private nature strictlv confidential. Office \\ ith K. M. Taylor. E. G. BOWYER, DKAUill IN WATCHES, CLOCKS AND JEWELRY, All kinds of Silverware. Repairing a specialty. Hotel and Restaurant. HALL, Proprietor, State Si reel, Algona. Lodging and meals. Board !>y the day or week. Term* $1 per day, S3.r>o per week with furnished room, per week for day board. Excelsior Wind Mill. Attachment and Feed Grinder. Can be attached to any wind mill. Farmers can do their own grinding. Matt Richardson will show you how it works. Jos. HUGH & BKOS., MATT RICHAHDSON, Gcn'l Agents. Agent, Algona, Iowa. Kossflth County Bank, ALGONA, IOWA. Capital, • $50 f ooo. Incorporated under general laws of Iowa. . Deposits received, money loaned, foreign »nd? domestic exchange bought and sold. Collections made promptly aud a general banking business transacted. Passage tickets to or from the old ofHutriee sold at lowest rates. W.H. UCGHAM. PHWtdeut. J. B. JOJtgS. Vice President, . tfklS H. SMITH, Cashier, Dlresltow-W. H.Joxtam, Jno, G. 8mHh,.J, services at the Episcopal church tomorrow morning, commencing at 11 o'clock. Geo. Call returned last Friday from Llano, Texas, where he went several weeks ago to look after his real estate interests. C. W. Parker has bought M. L. Clarke'p residence property and will take possession as soon as Mr. Clarke removes to California. Willis Ilallock writes from California that they-'arrivcd safe in San Jacinto after a pleasant but rather tedious journey. He promises a little communication fpr the REPUBLICAN sometime, in which he will give his impressions of California. \V. A. Ladendorf and Charley Plumley have rented the old skating rink, bought up the old stock of roller skates and expect a return of the old time clays when everybody went a roller- skating. The rink .will be opened for the first time this evening. Rev. M. C. B. Mason, of Atlanta, Georgia, a colored minister and a man of intelligence and fine education, spoke in the Methodist church last Sunday morning, representing the interests of the Freedman's Aid Society. He delivered a very interesting discourse on the work of the society in the South. Cheever Hudson lias purchased a half interest in the grocery linn of Langclon & Townsend and will shortly take possession. Mr. and Mrs. Townsend will leave Algona about January 1st. Where lie will go or in wbat business he will engage Mr. Townsend has not yet determined. The REPUBLICAN is more than sorry to see him leave Algona. J. R. Jones has a new style of bay press for sale that all hay men should see, for it is the best thing out. It works on a new principle and is capable of exerting a greater pressure, so it is claimed than any other press manufactured. Mr. Jones bad one of the presses set u]j for trial last Saturday and it proved to be what is claimed for it. Subscribers of the BEI-UJVLICAN who intend to select a premium from, among the list of lithographs offered should mak-e a selection immediately, as we intend to order our first invoice of the pictures this week. A list of the premiums offered will be found elsewhere Jn this issue. All subscribers who pay •up arrearages and for one year in advance are entitled to a premium. /The ladies of the Baptist society will hel'd a fair at the Court House Hall on the evening of Dec. 17. It is intended that this shall be a kind of Christmas bazar at which presents suitable for all may be secured, a veritable headquarters for Santa Claus. Supper will be served from 6 o'clock until all are served. Come one, come all, and assist in demolishing a bill of fare that will cause the eyes of even an epicure to glisten. "We acknowledge obligations to A. F. Dailey for kindly helping the REPUBLICAN out of a bad fix last week. When everything was in readiness to start the new press last Wednesday morning The regular meeting of the K. P. Lodge last week was adjourned until next Friday evening. All Knights are requested to be present as there is prospective work in the third degree. C. D. Greed and family left yesterday for Washington, Iowa, where they will make their future home. Mr. Creed will engage in the livery business. Everybody will be sorry to see this family leave Algona. Letters remaining uncalled for in the Algona postoflice, Miss Emma Imerfall, John Baker John II. Peck, Edward A. Packard, 11. P. Granger, John Deeg, Geo. Miller, Henry Miller, Miss Maggie Koepka Mrs G. C. Woodard. In making arrangements for your reading for next year, remember that we can furnish you the leading magazines and newspapers at club rates with the REPUBLICAN and save you money. Road our clubbing rates. An excellent article by Mrs. C. A. Ingliam on the subject, How to save the young men.was crowded out of the HKPUHLICAN last week by the board proceeding. As the article had particular reference to the meetings held the week previous it would be a little -•W.H. IngL CuriichUlei. _.. B»m«t Ptiflwe. H. Smith, j. w. our engine suddenly went off on a strike and wouldn't work. Not a single machinist in town was available, and it commenced to look like the editor would have to peel his coat and grind out a run of 8,000 by band. Right at this juncture, Doc Dailey providentially appeared upon the scene and volunteered to fix the engine, which he did in abort order, but the paper was late. Doc is a first class machinist if he doesn't make any special claims in out of date to publish it now. The editor of the REPUBLICAN received a personal letter yesterday from FredFaulks, editor of the CedarRapitls Gazette with reference to the *10,0l)0 libel suit in which lie prescribes the following treatment i'or ''doctor" Hathaway, "Hit him hard, mop the lloor with him and then throw him out into the street/' Prof. Chaffce left Sunday night for Garner, to visit tho school at that place. lie will spend most ot ! his vacation making a tour of the different normal schools of the state and seeing how they are conducted. Miss Adams left Friday evening for Walnut, Iowa, where she will spend the vacation visiting with relatives. Henry Weaver tells the biggest duck story of the season. He was down on the river one cold day last week and cvrne upon a large Hock of ducks huddled together on the ice. lie was carrying a Winchester repeating shot gun and got seventeen of. the ducks—all line large mallards—before the Hock could get out of range. The Upper Des Moines declares its intention of being friendly with the REPUBLICAN if it lias to "light for it." Our contemporary has followed a very peculiar method of showing its friendship in times past. There have been times not so very remote when it certainly looked to a man up a tree like the Upper Des Moines was not stuck on the REPUBLICAN. If the Upper Des Moines means business and wants an armistice and a cessation of hostilities and will promise to act decent we will agree not to lay any obstacles in the way of future felicity. We are always willing to forgive an offender if he shows sufficient evidences of sincere repentance. The books of the REPUBLICAN show an increase of nearly 400 per cent in the business of the job department for the past two months as against the business of the corresponding months last year. We make a specialty of doing fine job work and please everybody, bence the increase in our busi- it suddenly bit at her resvilt. Subscribers of the REPUBLICAN will find the elate when their subscription expires upon the labels of their papers hereafter. All who pay arrearages and for one year in advance will be entitled to a premium. If you wish to take advantage of any one of our premium offers, pay up your subscription immediately in accordance with the conditions upon which our premiums are offered. We are offering premiums for a limited time only. We can now give our patrons who wish to subscribe for the Review of Reviews the benefit of club rates. Review of Reviews and REPUBLICAN until Jan. 1 for $8. The price will be raised 50 cents after Jan. 1. Subscribe now and save money. The Cedar Rapids Gazette of last Friday made a somewhat extended notice of the libel suit brought against thellEPUBLiCANby "doctor"IIatbaway of Sioux City, and kindly offered to give us liberal financial assistance if we would agree to make it hot for Hathaway. "The Two Oles" played to rattier a small house last Saturday night. They are better than the average company and present some specialties that are quite taking. Tho wizard work presented at the opening of the performance was quite clever and had the merit of being new. The best thing of all was the mandolin playing toward the close of the performance. The audience encored several times. The Huwkeye Insurance company made a settlement with Mr. Dalton last week for $400 on account of his loss in the Irvington fire. Mr. Dalton will not reengage in business at Irvington. What the people down there will do for a postoflice and postmaster remains to be determined. Mr. Dalton had not sent in his bond and of course is not responsible i'or the office. Mr. Clark, the station agent, is looking after the mail at present and may possibly receive the appointment. Secretary of State McFarland recently made a report on the costs of criminal prosecutions for the past two years and the amount of lines collected in each county in the state. The report shows that but two counties in E. Reeve & Cc. have now on display a complete line of fall and winter styles in millinorv. Call and examine them. secret meeting will be held from 11 to 12, and an open meeting in the afternoon to which all who have an interest in the furtherance of the order are invited. The best medical authorities say the proper way to treat catarrh is to tako a constitutional remedy, like Hood's Sarsaparilla. Baron (to wealthy banker)—My good sir, I happen to be just now in pccuinary difficulties ; could you not assist me with one of your daughters? You may cough and cough and cough and cough and cough but you will not, if you take De Witt's Cough und Consumption Cure. Dr. L. A. Sheetz. "Look here," said a new tenant, "this house was to have been furnished, and it is absolutely empty." "I have kept my agreement, sir," replied the owner. "I have furnished the house, und 1 expect you to furnish the furniture." Our experience covers many ills, many pills and many bills. Our ills are smaller our pills are smaller nnd our bills five smaller when we use De Witts Little Early Risers. Dr. L. A. Sheetz. Stock for .Sale. 1 mare 9-year-old, 1 horse, 10-year-old, 1 yearling colt, 5 yearling steers, 5 heifer caUes, 1 steer calf. 1% miles southwest of Algona. J. R. TIIOIINTON. Wntcrtown Hoots nnd ShocN. I have just received an invoice of the above make, consisting of Kangaroo, Calf and Dongola "Kid, both for ladies' and gentlemen's wear. Having had 25 years experience in the manufacture of boots and shoes I can with confidence assure my patrons that for quality of material 'and style of finish these goods have no superior in our markets. Prices to suit the times. JNO..SIIAKP. South Dodge St., Algona. 12 , Storm Of nil Bi/es for sale by J. H. Queal & Co. 7 10 A. EKICKSOK, Ageiit. Office rooms to rent, inquire ot 7tf J. B. WINKEL. "ITm, that young man of yours—is he worth anything financially '!" "Why, yes. papa. He is worth at least thirty-five dollars a week to the store, he says, though they only give him ten dollars," "An honest pill is the noblest work of the apothecary." De Witt's Little Early Risers cure constipation, hilionsness and sick headache. Dr. L. A. Sheetz. Full blooded Berkshire boar pigs for sale—old enough for service. Also have a number of fine shoats for sale. 7tf A. W. SIGSBY. Improved Farm for Se qr and w hf ne qr Sec 11 94 28, town of Sherman, Kossuth county, Iowa, containing 240 acres, house, barn, granary, well, etc. G. H. GOODRIDCIE, A. D. CI.AUKK, Plattville, Wis. Algoim, Iowa. G 9 Sirs. Slimdiet—Is there anything I can, put in your room to add to your comfort? New boarder— i notice there is no thermometer on the stove. How do you tell when it is going? IU><M>mm<;nilotl Ity the O This is what all English pcopln say about whatever toey have to sell. In America however It's ,.lhe verdict of the people" that Haller'sBarh Wire Liniment is the most successful remedo for cuts, bruises and sores ever introduced. For sale by Dr. L. A. Sheetz. the state collected enough lines to pay the costs of the criminal prosecutions. Kossuth was one of the two counties. After paying the costs of all criminal cases Kossuth is able to show a surplus in the treasury of over $400 from lines collected. This is an exceedingly favorable showing and one in which Mr. Joslyn ought to take some pride as it is largely due to his judicious administration of the office of county attorney. All who attended the lecture by Dr. Roy at the Congregational church last Sunday evening unite in declaring it one of the most interesting and instructive missionary lectures ever delivered in Algona. Dr. Roy is traveling through northern Iowa in the interests of the American Missionary Society and lectures every evening in the week with the exception of Saturdays. The work of the society is confined to the Indians, negroes und Chinese of the United States. The Doctor was for seven years a missionary in the South and was able to show the need of educational work in that section as it actually exists. The lecture Jasted for upwards of two hours and was illustrated by a large number of stereopticon views. The church was crowded for the lecture. Are You u Friend tot-lie cause ut iivotcction, to American interests'.' Ai'(s you willing to work for Uio cause o£ Protection in placing reliable information in the hands of your nt'qiiuliitiince.s? If you arc sucli, you should he identified with the Aineri- cijin Trot eel ivo Tariff League, No. 23 West Twenty-Third Street, New York. Out this notice out and soiul it to tin* f/eague, stating your position, and give a helping hutul. H urrali for tho l''iirm<*i'K. Something they all need. The Excelsior Windmill Attachment and Feed Grinder, can he attached to any wind mill and is guaranteed to do the work of any feed grinder. Sample of the grinders may be seen at Matt Richardson's ware house on State street. Come in and see us. Every machine sold is guaranteed to work or we get no pay. Jos.- Huoi & Buos , MATT RICHARDSON, Algona 7 34 Agent. I'UIiLIC SATJB. The undersigned will se!l at public auction at his farm, located six miles southeast of Algona and two miles northeast of Irvington, on Thursday, Dec. 1st, at 10 o'clock u. m., the following described property: 10 head of horses, 80 head of cattle and 50 hogs, besides feed of all kinds anil farming implements. TEIIMS OF BALK—All sums under $5 cash, on all sums over .$5 a. credit of one year will be allowed on approved notes at 8 per cent interest. 5 per cent off for cash. Free lunch at noon. For further particulars see sale bills. SAMUEL REED. D. A. HAGOAHD, Auctioneer. Cheap farms, rich soil and healthy cli mate. For particulars enclose stamp and address C. A. RAGLAND. Real Estate Agent and Att'y at Law. 48-8 Stockton, Cedar county, Mo. Wanted to li« Consistent. Mr, Weittherly was sitting in his office, when a younp man came in u.nd presented ft bill for ten dollars. "Look here, young fellow, it seems that you people are in considerable of a hurry for money." "I don't think so, »-ir. You have owed it for a year." "Yes, for a year; but let me tell you that I am fifty-one years old. So you see thei-es were fifty yeurs of my life during which I didn't owe it. Just think of it —didn't owe a cont for fifty yeurs. Now I don't see what better record you waul tiiau that."—Arkansaw Traveler. Dilapidated? Well! Should S«.v So, Most people carry around with them a liver so dilapidated that, if they should see it they wobld take it for a straw hat as quick as a liver-as n conquenco they have a lame hack and feel languid. Haller's Pain Pavalyzer taken in conjunction with Haller's German Pills, will make a new person of you and effect a complete cure. For sale by Dr. L. A. Sheetz. I want you to understand John Henry, that you aint to drink that Haller's Sarsaparilla all up, I got it for pap and me. Pap he sez—mam—you go down and git -—bottle of Haller's Sarsaporilla & Burdock and will git over feeling so tired and had uid git rid of all them pimples. For sale by Dr. L. A. Sheetz. Upou You Can Itsly Hood's Sarsaparilla as a positive ness. Try the REPUUUCAN job department and be convinced that we do the finest work turned out in this part of Iowa. We now employ in the HBI'UB- office, including the devil, five pressmen and compositors and will increase our force by another printer next week. If the increase to our job business continues we will be forc*4 to purchase new a»4 f*»tei' remedy for every form of scrofula, salt rheum, boils, pimples and • all other diseases caused by impure blood. It eradicates same time system. every impurity and at the tones and vitalizes the whole IIo Should Uuvo Stopped A good story is told, but nobody is bound to believe it as an article of faith. A rustic deacon hod to announce that the Eev. Hugh Price Hughes, M. A., would "star'' it at the chapel. He did BO to the following effect; "The Eev. Hugh Price Hughes' ma will preach;" aud he added, with that love of amplification which is habitual in his close, "We hope the old J»dy will give as a good discourse."—Living Church. 4. Cbip of the O. B. There is a printer in this town whose b'ttle BOO in the public schools is likely to follow'Wi his father's footsteps. The other day the natural history class'was up. •*W.ha* x tjpe,0f wan ia the slave?" inquired tJ«r$eacfaer. answered, the boy promptly, ARE YOU A WOMAN WHO HAS NOT SEEN A COI'Y OF ARTHUR'S NEW HOME MAGAZINE of Philadelphia? "The best and cheapest Illustrated monthly ever published In the Kngllsh language." l.BOO pages for §1.50. SIX SHORT STORIES AND SPLENDID articles by best writers on all subjects o{ Interest to women. Three months free U you talce it now. Sample copy, to cents. Harper's Weekly for November 25th will contain a variety of interesting matter especially appropriate to the Thanksgiving holiday. There will also be an article on the Soldiers' Home at Dayton, Ohio, very fully illustrated, and * abort story by Tbpww H«4jr, satiUed "Oa tbe Western Ciwalt," ai»0 Wwitrtt- MONTH Do You Want Employment? Bv which you can make from $75.00 to $250.00 per month—the amount depending on whether you work part or all your time, and on the amount of vim and vigor and pluck and push you put into the work. If so it might pay you to write us. We've got something that goes and there's room for a few more to coma in. It won't cost you much to investigate—only a two cent stamp. Wo want a live, Wide awake representative in your community, either man or woman. If you are interested we'd like to hear from you. We'll show you where there's some money. All information by return mail. Then if you are not convinced, all right; there'll he no Larm done—only you'll miss a good thing. Better write at once, Address THK BUODIX PUBLISHING Co., Washington, D. 0. rvtte. 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