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Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, June 3, 1891
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THE UPPEK Dm MOtNm*. Al/GONA, IOWA, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 3, 1891. AIT MABBIED. J. frf. Call Becomes n Benedict In Angeles. The following clipping from the Los Angeles Daily Times of May 28 will bo of interest to many readers In Kossuth: There was a quiet wedding down in the Vickery Block, on North Main street, this morning, when Miss Dora C. Vickery was handed over to the affectionate keeping of Joseph H. Call a well known attorneys Judge MoKinley performed the marriage ceremony, assisted by Mr. Blades. None but tho immediate friends of tho family were present. Prof. Wilde presided at the piano, and tho strains of tho " Wedding March" greeted tho couple as they entered the parlors and took tholr .places before the judge. Tho space between the two windows, where tho bridal parly stood, was inlaid with sprays of delicate green foliage, with tiny clusters of delicate bright fuchsias against the green background, the effect being exceedingly pretty. The brido woro • a handsome costume of tan cloth, ornamented with garnot and stool-colored applique, diamond ornaments and tan gloves. After congratulations had been- extended a sumptuous wedding breakfast was served In tho dining- room, by colored waiters. Perhaps tho most highly prized of tho valuable gifts received by the brido was that of tho groom, a beautiful homo on Hill street, completely furnished, whore the young couple will go to house keeping on their return from their wedding trip, which will include a visit to San Francisco and points in Washington. Tho brido is a graduate of tho normal school in this city, and has hold a position as teacher in the city schools. Mr. Call has boon a resident of the city for four years, and counts many friends In business and social circles. that beffcll ft COfripanjp of soldiers who were going to Fort Bldgely at an early day. They were taking along a steam engine and other fixtures for a sawmill, and in crossing a creek a short distance north of the present sight of the town, tho cylinder of the engine fell into the creek and remained there all winter. From this tho creek was named- and now the village will perpetuate Its name. THE OLD SETTLEBB' PEOGEAMME, TUoy Moot oSfoxt Woduaaday to Recall JSnrJy Times in Kossuth. Wo give again this week tho pro- gramme of exercises prepared for next Wednesday's old settlors' meeting. Mooting at tho court house at 10:30 a. in. Music. Committee on music, F. M, Taylor, Mrs, .J, E. Staoy,-Mrs. Morris Chapin, Miss Emma Zahlton. Renewing acquaintances and visiting. Basket dinner nt .13 m. Afternoon. Music at 1 p. ni. Opening address—A. A. Call. Iowa boys hi Blue—Horace Schenck, Music. Paper—Realities of tho Past and Possibilities of the Future—Mrs. Gardiner Cowlos. This will bo followed by ilvo minute speeches by Goo. Call, Harvey Inghum, A. L. Sooly. Mrs, H. F. Watson, E. N, Woav- or, .T. E. Blackford, Joe. Croso, Mrs. Eugono Clarke. Mr. Fisher, Henry Patterson. M. DoL Parsons, John Kocd, Tom Robison, Mrs. Croso-Joromo Stacy, Dr. Shoote, Nathan Pino, David King, David Sample, S, Rood, Win. Omiston, Mrs. Dr. Garfield, R. J. Hunt, Mrs. C. A. Inghnm, Birch Matson, J. B. .Tones. August Zahlton, A. D. Clarko, C. C. Chubb, Mrs, Colemau Chubb, James Henderson, O. Minklor, John Hockart, Morris Chapin, .Too Thompson, Emma .Hookart, Mrs. Altwogg, John Winlcol, Mrs. . : Dr. Hudson. Music. Prohibition Convuntloii. Tho following call signed by a largo number of citi/.ons is issued for tho prohibition mooting to bo hold tomorrow: A mass mooting of tho friends of prohibition in Koasuth county will bo hold in Algona, at court house hall, Thursday, Juno 4, 1801, at 1 o'clock, for tho purpose of organizing tho county for effective resistance to tho effort which is boing made to reinstate and again legalize tho open saloon in Iowa. We invite tho attendance of tho pastors of churches, Good Templars, members of tho W. C. T. U. and prohibitionists generally throughout the county. Tho approaching crisis demands at our hands early nnd thorough preparation, as tho enemies of the law are vigilant and unscrupulous. All opposed to tho return of the saloon, and in favor of maintaining and enforcing our prohibitory law, irrespective of party, arc earnestly invited to attend and participate in tho mooting, thereby showing that their sympathies and iuJlutmco arb on tho side of tho homo. REMEMBER wo keep what the trade calls for in boots and shoes, trunks and valises, harness, saddles, whips, etc. 1<\ S. Stough. Keduccul Itailrond ItatoH. Tho Milwaukee & St. Paul company will soil, Juno 15 to Sept. 15 inclusive, special form of tickets to Clear Luke, .Iowa, Ralo for tho round trip will bo $1.95. For tho A. C, T. P. S. C. ]«., tickets will be sold by tho Milwaukee company at faro ono way for tho round trip, selling July 8 to 11 Inclusive. Return coupons will bo made good only on trains leaving Minneapolis July 12 to 15 in. o\usivo. For tho democratic stato convention to bo hold at Ottumwa, Iowa, Juno 24, excursion tickets will bo sold by the Milwaukee company Juno 22 to 24 inclusive, at ono lowest short-lino faro for •fie round trip. Ask agent for particulars. 10 Rani's Horn: There is nothing for which ii man has to pay so dourly as lie does for llio privilege of boing stingy. Hull" 11<UOH to Cellar liapidbj. For tho annual tournament of tho Iowa Stato Firemen's association at Cedar Rapids, Juno 9 to 12, tho Chicago & Northwestern Railway company will •»oll excursion to Cedar Rapids and return at half rates—ono fare for the round trip. For full information ro- tjarding dates of sale, limits of tickets, etc., apply to agents of the Chicago & Northwestern railway.—912 Boston Courier: It is almost an impossibility for a mosseugor boy to get tho run of bis business. LADIES' shoes, B to EE In width at Stough's. ^ Tt'lmt a Society Girl Can Do. What society young ladles can do sometimes is well 'illustrated by the career of a Washington young lady. She had lived in Washington for a number of years. She has had Independent means, and has lived tinder the care of relatives and friends, having no Immediate family. Sho was well known in Washington society. No one ever would have thought her capable of running a western ranch. To jump from the gayeties of Washington to the back of a horse in Texas was a long leap, and yet this is what this young lady has done. When forced by circumstances to go to Texas to look after her own affairs, she Invested a part of her fortune In a Texas cattle ranch at a time when such Investments were all the rage. Sho found some time ago that her Investment In this direction was bringing in nothing, and probably would be a loss. As she wna a fine horsewoman she made up her mind to utilize this practical part of her education, and she left Washington to take charge of her ranch. She has just returned after having made a successful trip and demonstrated, after a year of trial, her capacity to run successfully a Texas cattle ranch. She spent hours out of doors every day on horseback, and for her pluck and courage she has had the hearty support of the neighborhood for miles .around her ranch. It is a novel experience for her, but as it has taught her the most interesting lesson of independence, her story should'make a good subject for a play.—. Washington Cor. Chicago Tribune. A IVoniiui Designer. We have in Boston a young woman of the name of Miss Mary O'Connor, who at one time was employed on Broadway, Now York. She was brought to tho attention of Mr. Belcher, of the firm of R. H. White & Co., of this city, about a year ago, and he at once recognized her ability as a designer. He offered her a place in his big establishment, which she readily accepted. The firm sent her to Paris and other European cities for the purpose of studying up styles and becoming inoculated, if possible, with the spirit of that creative genius with which tho foreign atmosphere is charged. Sho developed wonderfully sensitive receptive qualities, and when she returned homo was running over with ideas. She began at once to put them into practical use, and the result has been not only flattering to herself but a source of great profit to her employers, as well as awakening a sense of never-ending gratitude in tho ladies she has served. Many of her conceits -would fill the heart of a Parisian designer with the greenest kind of envy, and alarm him with fear for tho future of his own city.—Boston Cor. Cloak and Suit Review. v^rri * - --, And don't forget it; keep your eye continually upon this space, and remember that JONES HE PAYS THE FREIGHT! McOormick Harvesting Machine Co., 1831 J. I. Case Threshing Machine Co., - 1842 A. A, Cooper, wagons, - 1840 P. P. Mast & Co,, cultivators, etc., - 1843 James Selby & Co., planters, etc,, - 1850 D. S, Morgan & Co., mowers, - - 1834 Hearst, Dunn & Co., planters, - - 1860 John Deere, plows, etc*, - 1854 Moline Wagon Co., wagons, etc., - - 1865 Of the New Wigwam at Algona, Iowa, is agent for the above well-known and'reliable institutions. Compare this list with anything you have seen, and then decide where to buy y your farm implements for the season of 1891. -v «@~ i am agent for J. A. Hamilton's Hardwood Lumber and Wood, a full stock of which will be kept constantly on hand. • TOPICS OF THE TIME. AVhoopIng Cough. , " Wo have had an epidemic of whooping cough here," says A. B. Pope, Stewart, Toun., "and Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has boon tho only medicine that has done us any good." There is no danger from whooping cough when this remedy is freely given. It completely controls tho disease. Fifty cent bottles for sale by F. W. Dingley, Algona. A Good Thing for tho Grip. A recent number of tho Albuquerque, N. M., Daily Citizen contains tho following ed itorial: Several persons highly recommend Chamberlain's Cough Remedy as a remedy for tho grip, now so prevalent. E. W. Kilbourno, the county surveyor, says a bottlo of this remedy gave him relief. This medicine is prepared by Chamberlain &Co. Dos Moines, Iowa, nnd it is having a big sale in this city. Sold by F. W. Dingloy. It Saves Their Lives. In almost every neighborhood there are ono or more persons whoso lives have been saved by Chamberlain's Colic, Cnolera and Diarrhoea Remedy, or who have been cured of chronic diarrhoea by it. Such persons take special pleasure in recommending the remedy to others. The praise that follows tho introduction and use makes it very popular. F. W. Dingley sells 25 and 50 cent bottles. Consumption Cured. i An . °I a Physician, retired from practice, having had placed in his hands by an East India missionary the formula of a simple vegetable remedy for the speedy und permanent cure of consumption, bronchitis, catarrh, asthma, and all throat and lung affections, also a positive and radical cure for nervous debility and all nervous complaints, after having tested Its wonderful curative powers In thousands of cases, has felt it his duty to make It known to his suffering follows. Actuated by this motive and a desire to relieve human suffering, I will send free of charge, to all who desire it, this recipe, in German, French, or English, with full directions for preparing and using. Sent by mail by addressing with stamp, naming this paper. W. A. Noyes, 820 Powers' Block? The Story of Cylinder Crock. A report in the Sioux City Journal reads: Gov. Boies has this week brought fourteen cars of stoers to his farm that is located six miles oast of Emmetsburg. He also has tho surveyors at work laying out part of his land into a town plat at the Cylinder station. | jt«t«w w v» iweu i This will perpetuate in history a mishap Philadelphia Times Oft'ored to Young Woman. C. C. Wood, a retired New York banker, now living in Brooklyn, has tendered, through his wife, $125,000 to .the Young Women's Christian association of Brooklyn, to put up a now building for the association, Tho building will bo erected on tho three lots ou Bohennerhorn street, between Third and Flatbush avenues, which were bequeathed to the association by the late S. B. Chittenden. Mr. Wood had been contemplating the gift for some time, and decided to make it if $100,000 could be raised for n per- manflji t endowment. He consulted witii Presiclsut Seth Low, D. W. Me Williams, Truman J. Backus, A. E. Orr, Gen. C. T. Christonsen and a number of others on Saturday at the Hamilton club, and the offer was formally made, provided that the $100,000 is raised by July 1,1891. Mr. Wood, John Chaplin and Thomas E. Stillman were made an advisory board. The proposed building will be five stories high and will contain classrooms, workrooms, parlors, baths, library, roof gar- don and dormitories, It is hoped to have tho building ready by May 1, 1892, when tho lease of tho present quarters expires. —New York Commercial Advertiser, An IntcroHtlni* Traveler, Mrs. Alice Wellington Rollins, so well Known to lovers of good reading, is a, thoroughly charming woman. She is small and slight, with a winsome face, lit with dark, bright eyes, and irradiated with a bewitching smile. Within the last two years Mrs. Rollins has seen much of strange countries. When the last yellow fever epidemic fell upon Briiail she was there and st^ed through it. After several months Bl.^-went on to Bermuda, whence she journeyed to Alaska. She brought back from Alaska many photographs. One, of a mountain meadow, breast high with flowers blooming within the polar circle 5,000 feet above tho sea, is as wonderful as it is beautiful. Indeed, what most struck the travelers was the semi-tropical luxuriance of all vegetation there, as we'll as the warmth of the weather, which made umbrellas nec&jsary in August, though all the high ranges lay white with umnelted snow.—-Epoch. A Suggestion. If you are troubled with rheumatism or lame back allow us to suggest that you try tho following simple remedy: Take a piece of flannel tho size of tho two hands, saturate it with Chamberlain's Pain Balm and bind It over tho seat of the pain. It will produce a pleasant warmth and relievo you of nil pain. Many severe cases have been cured in this way. Tho Pain Balm can bo obtained from F. W. Dingley. An Oregon town has been enjoying some queer foot contests. Ono foot race over plowed ground and another over railroad ties, each for a largo stake, are among tho unique events, Tho Greatest Strike. Among the great strikes that of Dr. Miles in discovering his New Heart Cure has proved itself to he one of the most Important. The demand for it has become astonishing. Already the treatment of heart disease is being revolutionized, and many unexpected cures effected. It BOOH relieves short breath, llutterlng, pains In side, arm, shoulder, weak and hungry spells, oppression, swelling of unifies, smothering and heart dropsy. Dr. Miles' book on Heart nnd Nervous diseases free. The uneqiialed New Heart Cure Is sold and guaranteed by F. W. DIngley; also ills Restorative Nervine for headache, fits, sprees, hot Hushes, nervous chills, opium liabU, etc. 4 * Will lie Given Away. Our enterprising druggist, F. W. Dingley, who carries u line stock of drugs, perfumeries, toilet articles, brushes, sponges, etc., is giving away a lame number of trial bottles of Dr. Miles' celebrated Kastoratlve Nervine. lie guarantees It to cure headache, dizziness, nervous prostration, sleeplessness, the 111 effects of spirits, tobacco coffee, etc. Druggists say It is tho greatest seller they ever knew, und is universally satisfactory, lie also guarantees Dr. Miles' Now Heart Cure In all cases of nervous or organic heart disease, pal pUntlon. pain In side, smothering, ete, Fine book on Nervous and Heart diseases free. 4 * Miles' Nerve and Liver Pills Act on n new principle-regulating the liver, stomach, and bowels through the nerves. A new (Us covery. Dr. Miles' Pills speedily cure biliousness- bad taste, torpid liver, piles, constipation. On- equaled for men, women, and children. Smallest, mildest, surest! Fifty doses 25 cents. Samples free at V, W. DIngley's drug store. Tho grave dug to receive the body of Wm. P. Woidner of Lohigh county, Pa., was 11 feet long and nine foot wide. Auctioneering Done. The undersigned will cry public sales Kossuth and adjoining counties. Have twentj years' experience. Terms reasonable. !5?~Appllcations for my services may be let at the law office of S. S. Sessions, Algona, la GEO. E. BOYLE, Whittemore, Iowa. N.K.FAIRBANK&CQ. * CHICAGO. If M wish to mate dote as white as fte sun And finish your wl( as sooiJ as begun. WTACLAUS SOAP is fclfiinj'fet Will do it, And fain? oncejougfit it you nefer will rue it. The New Meat Market. BENNETT & ANDERSON, Proprietors of the now market on Thorington street, keep everything in fresh and salt meat. Fresh fish every Friday. Come and see us l''or Itytloulc Iimtruutlou. A structure for hygienic instruction aa an annex to the University of Pennsylvania, to cost .'iSO.OOO, the entire expense of which will be borne by Henry C. Lea, will be erected ut the corner of Thirty- fourth and Locust streets. It will be the first structure of the kind in America. The plans previous to their adoption were carefully gone over by Dr. John S. Billings, United States army, the director of the university hospital. The investigations of the students will take in everything bearing oa the subject of pure food and proper sanitation, from our daily food to the proper soil pipes to bo used in house draiuings.— * Guaranteed Cure for La Grippe. Wo authorize our advertised druggist to sell Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, Coughs, and Colds, upon this condition. If you are af- tllcted wlth.Lu Grippe and will use this remedy according to directions, elvhiK it a fair trial, and experience no benefit, you may return the bottle and have your money refunded. We make this offer, because of the Wonderful success of Dr. King's New Discovery during the last season's epidemic. Have heard of no case in which it fulled. Try it. Trial bottles free at L. A. Sheetz' drug store. Large size, 50 cents and 81. 4 Good Looks. Good looks are more than sklu deep, depending «PO» uheulthycondition of ull the vital organs. if the liver be Inactive you have a bilious loolt if your stomach be disordered you have a dyspeptic look, und If your kidneys be affected you have a pinched look. Secure «ood health and you will have good looks. Kiectrlo Bitters is the great ul- lenulve und tonic, uots directly on these vital organs. Cures pimples, blotches, bolls, and gives « good complexion. Sold at L. A. Sheetz' tlrug store. 150 cents per bottle. 4 b Itueklen's Arnica Solve. The best salve in the world for cuts, bruises, sores, Un'ora, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chll- timL l8 .' i " l1upp ^?, 11 '} nas ' corn . s .' an(l n " 8Mn eruptions and positively cures plies, or no pay is re- Quireti. u is guaranteed to give perfect satlsfac- ei /V i" m °"*y refunded. Price 26 cents per box Sold by Dr. Sheetz, druggist, Algona. English Spavin Llitirneiit soft, or calloused lumps or lorses, blood spavin, curbs, aK-'An™' ?i lv% "?'J r i ** n S hone, stifles, sprains, all ?. w £\ len throats, etc. Save *50 by use of one ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION OF THE Algona Loan and Trust Company, Wo, the undersigned, do hereby associate ourselves under the provisions of Title Nine Chapter One, of the code of Iowa, for the purpose of becoming a corporation, and do hereby adopt the following articles: Art. 1. The name of this corporation shall be " Tho Algona Loan nnd Trust Company." The general nature of the business for which this company is incorporated is to loan money on real estate, chattel, and personal security, to buy and s,ell negotiable securities, and to buy and sell real estate and personal property, and the principal place for the transaction of said business shall be at Algona, Kossnth conntv Iowa. ' Art. 2. The time of the commencement of this corporation shall be the 8th day of June A. D. 1801, and the period of its continuance shall be twenty years from and after said date. Art. 3—Sec. 1. The authorized capital stock is Thirty Thousand Dollars, of which sum Fifteen Thousand shall bo subscribed at once, and additional stock may be issued at such times' and in such amounts as shall be authorized by a throe-iifths vote of all the stock, and such stock shall only be issued to parties approved by the board of directors. Sec. 2. The capital stock of this corporation shall be divided into shares of Sixty Dollars each, and the same shall be payable in instalments of One Dollar for each share, payable on the llrst day of each month, in advance. Art. 4. The officers of this company shall be a president, vice president, a secretary who shall bo general manager and treasurer, five directors, and a loan committee of three, all of whom shall be elected by vote of the stockholders on the second Tuesday of June In each year. Art. 5. The highest,amount of indebtedness to which tliis company shall subject Itself at any time shall not exceed one-third of its paid- up capital stock. Art. 0. All private property of stockholders shall be exempt from corporate debts. J. M. COWAN, A. W. STERZBACH i- L -- EDMONDS, D. A. HAGGARD, ' C. M. DOXSEE, STOVES ARE THE BEST. Made in 45 Styles. PRICES FROM S4.00 TO $33.00 SOLD EVERYWHERE. Inquire of your Dealer. Made by CEO. M. CLARK & CO. CHICAGO. ' rom ORIGINAL NOTICE. STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY.- District Court, in vacation.—Win. O. Darnell, administrator of the estate of Wesley S. Hall, against Elnora Fauts, Thomas Hall, Minerva Hall, Rosa Eggleston, Chas. Hall, John Hall, Cora Hall, Bert Hall, Emma Pyle J. Pile, and Busted Hall.—In Probate. To said defendants: You are hereby notified that a petition in the above entitled action and proceeding is now on file in the office of thei olerk of said court, asking that said Wm. O. Darnell, as administrator of the estate of Wesley S. Hall, be authorized, empowered, and directed to sell the following real estate to pay, the d eD t 3 of said estate, to-wlt: The east half of the northwest quarter, and the northwest quarter of the northeast quarter, all in Section No. Thirty-four, Township No. One Hundred, north of Range No. Twenty-eight, west of the 5th P. M., Iowa. And an order having been made in the district court of Kossuth county, Iowa, fixing the 8th day of July, 1801, at Emmetsburg, in Palo Alto county Iowa, before the Hon. Geo. H. Carr, judge, as the time and place of the hearing of said petition, unless you appear thereto and defend at said time and place, default will be entered against you and judgment 'rendered thereon, and said application granted and sale of said real estate ordered as prayed. GEO. E. CLARKE, 8W Atty. for Plaintiff. TIME NOTICE. This is to give notice to all concerned that I have given my son, Frederick Hutchiuson, his time, and hereafter pay no debts contracted by him, nor claim any of bis earnings. J. B, HUTCHINSON. Algona, May 5,1801. eta ]V/rONEY,TO LOAN— •***- ON RAILROAD LANDS. Persons wanting to borrow money on railroad lands will do well to call at the Kossuth County Ba,nk and bring thetr contracts. LOUIS LESSING, Agent. FINAL PROOF NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that the followlmr- named settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim, and that said proof will be made before the clerk of the district court of Kossuth county, Iowa, at Algoua, on Juno 18, 1801, viz: Miles W. H. Haines, Homestead Entry No. 852, for the w}.j of nw)i of Sec. 0, Twp. 00 north of R 20 west. He names tho following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, viz: Lev! Hartwell of Algona, Ed. Patterson of Algona, Samuel Pat- vation of said land, viz : gona, Ed. Patterson of Alg, terson of Algona, P. Ward of Algona. Any , . . person who desires to protest against the allowance of such proof, or who knows of any substantial reason, under the law and tho regulations of the interior department, why such proof should not be allowed, will be given an opportunity at the above-mentioned time and place to cross-examine the witnesses of said. claimant, and to offer evidence in rebuttal of that submitted by claimant. «tO D. M. FOX, Register. K IDD'S (3EKM KKADIOATOR" Positively cures all diseases—because it itllls all germs, bacteria, parasites, microbes, and anlmaloulo3 in the system, which the promt neat physicians in convention agreed was the cause of all disease. The air, water, vegetables and fruit are full of these little worms, causing catarrh, consumption, diabetes, and Bright's disease, cancers, tumors, and all so- called Incurable diseases. (Never known to fall to cure consumption, catarrh, kidney troubles and syphilis.) Retailed 1» »2» »3, and J5 sizes, sent anywhere on receipt of price. This is the only genuine article; all others are dangerous counterfeits. Dr. Sheetz issues guarantees to cure all ailments for Kldd's term Eradicator for the manufacturers. M ONEY FURNISHED— AT SEVEN PER CENT. INTEREST. At Kossuth County Bank, Apply at once. Dr. Hathaway; D. H. HADLEY, M. D., Assistant. (Regular Graduates. Registered.) »ne Leading Specialist of the West* Private. Blood. Skin and Nervous Diseases. ^'{j* TOTING .MEW \ who by thetrown acta LOST M~, Cexualorgans a of Imprudence or folly suffer from Nervous Debility, Ex- Satiating drains upon the fountains of life, affecting the mind, body and manhood, should consult that celebrated Dr. Hathaway at once. Remember nervous dls- • cases (with or wlth> put dreams) or debility and loss of nerve power, treated! scientifically, by new methods, with, great; success. , , It makes no differ* 'ence what you have taken or who has failed to cure you. -IOOD nnd all weakness of tna ilutely cured. MCS of OU WndB carea Sleet and! JET ME . TH ?nS. «S»i i . j " H,»" ent treated gets the advantagi S e h C ls 1 or t ne d r y dTste erlenQ8 ' a " d ° "P e °"»Vi»» *• Moderate charges and easy terms of MOO treatment can ba given la a for Symptom Blank No. 1 for Men for Symptom Blank No. 2 for Worn for Symptom Blank No. 8 for 6' ' irrcsnondence answered prom •.viituy confidential, Medicine aentf Vfttlpn. Refer to banks in Sioux City, Address or call ou cases, leni lent ieu ,-_-. for Symptom Blank No". § for SfeTn'Siaeasea. All correspondence answered promptly. Business Kp^wk^'8l^ifeg|^«fi?SlSS It has nerinimeutlv cured THOUSANDS 3f cusoa proiioiuifeU l>y doctors hope- leas. 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