The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 19, 1898 · Page 8
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, October 19, 1898
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RIS, roent i i here Sgbv- ; The spub- Iden- BCOT- arlng war, 'that id of !sur- htor- j bt in J the t the iclala ihlng i has vio- iat If men losta. prov« ta- on 1. 13. .64% :,cc •ii'30% .22% .22% ,23% 1.10 i:so 182% Slender Stipport. to stand oh my merits,*' sclaimed Willie Wishihtfton. Miss Cayenne looked athlmthong-ht- nlly and then exclaimed: ''Mr. Vishingion, have you ever had any xperience ns ft tight-rope walker?" Lady's gold plated Waist Set free with Diamohd "(?' Soap wrappers. Ask our grocer about it. ^ Ho man can either live piously or die righteously without a wife.— Rtchter. ftnrt the Philippine*. Send four cents (in stamps) for An, llustrated booklet issued by the Chi* ;ago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway, ,he direct route across the American Continent to the New Trans-PuciBo possessions of the United States. Full >f latest reliable information and raU nable for reference. Can be used as a text book In school. Address Geo. U. Heafford, Gen'l Pass, and Ticket Agent, Chicago, 111. Spiders are eaten by the Hottentots and New Caledonians with tha utmost relish. MOTflU&S AND HttAftTOLt CfitLDttM. Lydta & &]fikhfttt*& ¥ef dtabis cJdisiiJdttiid dories Stfalfft't td of Ail Female Troubles imd Aseufea a fiealttty WritSS to Mttu fcfofcfciltt .32% .67% .70 UtiVv clos- imp- iegle busl- ipsed inost jwaa amp- ,thua I av >ma- was it ol ; 'the islon '; the 'ash- iisti- ; for from leers. sslve •y at ; the Co- d'aftion: gov- lend•; not icial- ; the : ,that with lom- gov- ilt of istile • the ihlps jtext lom- resl- id illnnd OOP p. Clonn blood makes n. clean skin. No lienuty without it. Cnscarots Candy Cathar tie cleans your blood nnd koeiis it clean, by stirring up the lazy liver nnd driving nil impurities from tha body. Hogtn to-day to bnntch pimples, boils, b'otohes. folaokhends and that sickly blliouRComplexlon by taking Cnscnrets,— beauty for ten nonts. All druggists, tatisfactum gnnrniitoed. 10, 25, BOo. The largest sowing mnchlno in tho world is in operation in Leeds, England. It weighs 0,500 pounds and sows cotton belting. Don't Tobacco Spit and Smoke Tour 1.1 To Anay, To quit tobacco easily and forever, bo magnetic, full of life, nerve and vigor, take No-To-Bnc, the wonder worker, that makes weak men strong. All druggists, 5l)uor (1, Cure guaranteed. Booklet and sample free, Address Sterling Koinody Co., Ciiieago or Now York. A check received by a Boston bank had on it, instead of tho regular two- cent revenue stamp, two one-cent "pos tage due' 1 stamps. Honest grocers prefer to sell honest soap. Diamond "C" Soap is honest economical, every way desirable. Rear Admiral Phelps is tho only snr viving member of the first graduating cliiss from the Naval Academy. There were forty-seven members in theclass. FITS PermanontlyCuriiu. Woflts or nervousness after first (Iny'n itso of Dr. Kline's Girnit Norvn Restorer. Konil fur KKTC1C 84.00 trial bottlo luul Irmitiso. Du. 11.11. KI.ISB, ItU..031_Arcli St.. IMiihululphlo. 1'a. It is a remarkable fauL Lliat, as a rule, the sewing done by male tailors is neater, finer and more uniform than that, done by women. •\VANTED-Cnao of liml nenlth that IM-P-A-N-S will not liencflt. Send 5 conut to I'.lpnim Cheinlun Co., Hew York.for 10 gamuloB nnd l.UUO tcatliuoulRla, The man who owes for his hat is over head nnd ears in debt. To Cure Constlpxticiii 1'Vrcvor, 'J'nko Ltibcni'tit'b iunuv < iKLiiui'Llo. lUu or ^5o 11 C. C. C. lull to euro drUKUlttut rufuntl mouor. Wondering AVliy Slio Did. "Woman, when you married me, you got a wonder!" " "Yes, and I have been wondering ever since." The natives of China are much impressed with American sewing machines, and American firms recently sent a shipment to Bangkok, valued at $83,000. Last year the United States exported 306 locomotives, valued at about $3,000,000; sewing machines to the value of $2,500,000, and typewriters' worth 81,500,000. Changed. 'Watts—"I see they intend to retain the name of that Spanish ship Ilobsou raisea." Potts—"They may intend to, but iti •will not bo retained. The people of this great and glorious country will change it from Mareea to Warya." Mrs. M. Sfltoaa, 104 Etudsoii A*e., Rochester, H. its follows: " When I applied to you for advice I had Hett Bttfiering 8ofli6 billty, jaeffousnesSj etc. 1 had had Several ~ miscarriages and was pregnant when 1 wrote to you, ) •• 1 am grateful to say that after taking three bottles of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com* pound 1 Was considerably better, and aftef •using three more It brought me Where 1 am to-day. 1 am Well, and the mother of a three- months' old baby. "Doctors had failed to help mo. I have no One to thank but Mrs. Pinkham and her won* derful remedy." Mrs. fiuA DuwGANi Rceder's Mills, Iowa, Writes: ' ; (~) " DE An MBS. PINKHAM : — I thank you for what yoxir medicine and advice have done for me. " 1 have a baby two months old. When he was born I was sick only fifteen minutes, Whereas with my other children I was sick for two or three days, and also suffered with my left leg, and could get nothing to relieve the pain but morphine. My leg did not trouble mo at all this time. 1 had no after pains and Was not as weak as I had been before. • l I cannot praise Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound too highly May God bless you in your noble work." Mrs. J. W. PRUKTT, Mcdford, Oregon, says! " My health, also tho baby's, wo owe to Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound." ' Mrs. JOHN W. LONO, Wyoming, Iowa, writes: ( " I had shooting pains nil over my body, was very weak and nervous. I could not straighten up. I wished to become a mother but was afraid 1 never could. Seventeen months ago I got some of your Vegetable Compound, and after taking half a bottle Was much relieved. I tools four bottles and was cured* Now I have a big baby boy which I feel I owo to your Compound. Many thanks for your kind advice." ( A Million Women Have Been Benefited toy Mrs. Pinkham's Advice and Medicine I Try Grain=0! :| Try Qrain«01 J Ask you Grocer to-day to show,you ft packngoof GRAIN-O, tho now food, drink tlmt takes tho place of ooffoo. Tho children may drink it without injury as well as the adult. All who try it, liko it. GRAIN-O has that rich sctil brown of Llooha or Java, but it is made from puro grains, and the most dolicato stomach receives it without distress. £ t!io price of coffee. 15 cents nnd 25 cents per package. Sold by all grocers. Tastes like Coffee Looks like Coffee Insist that your grocer gives you QRAIN-O Accept no Imitation. TO CUKE A COLD IN ONE DA'S Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All druggists refund the money If it fulls to euro. 25c. Tho Ronutno has 1j. 11 Q. on each tablet. The grave of an unmarried woman, in Turkey, is often indicated by a rose carve^ in stone. I know that my life was saved by Piso's Cure for Consumption.—John A. Miller, Au Sable, Michigan, April 21,18'JQ. It will do you no srood lo complain; the neighbors won't mind their own business. WILL KEEP YOU DRY. Don't be fooled with a mackintosh or rubber coat. If you wantncoat that will keep you dry In the hardest storm buy the Fish Brand Slicker. If not for sale In your town, write for catalogue to A. J. TOWER, lioston. Mass. quickrollofanduurosworsf cases. Bond for book of toHtlinonlalH and 1O days (treatment J'reo. iir.ii, it. CIIKUK'H suxs.uinnn ,a» W,. N. U. Des Molnes FOSTER'S CORN SHOCK BALER AND LOADER. Wltli this Imler two mon, with one team, uii hiilu U to 0 acrt'g of oorn foildm- per <l»y. HfiockN, when Imlcil hi tlui llchl, ure moro ouslly Immllcd when stacking or l>l»"ln(t In burn. Will loud oltlior billed or looso HjioRkN nnd with JOSH help tlmii utratil will ho.p the InrjreHt shrocla«rB or cuttors busy. Write for circulars mid testimonials, iminliiir nnpor contiiliiliic this uuvor- tUomoiiti AGENTS WANTIEDv GEORGE D. FOSTER, Preston, Iowa. l ltly \vlfo liudvlmplcn on lier face, but Bbo bus been tuklncr CASGAUETS and they have all dlsappearod. I bud been troubled with constipation tor some time, but after taking tbe llrat Casoarot I have bad no troublo with tbls ailment. We cannot speak too highly of Oasoarets." FUED WARTMAN, < 6708 Qermantown Ave.. Philadelphia. P«L , Pleasant, Palatable. Potent, To Good, Never Slclten, Weaken, or Orl| Good, DO Ida, 25e, Wo. ... CURE CONSTIPATION. ... ' Bltrllng Bemedjr Compinr, Clilenji), Montrtil, N«R York, 9Ui TO PIIDC every kind of Cough. Cold, La-Grlppe, I U UUItt HOUIBCIICBO, Influenza, Catarrh, nncf all hinpiuicl throat trouhluB. for proof of It. It doei not elckcn or disagree wltii the stomach. Safe for all ages, Dr. Kay's Lung Balm. Write tin, plvlng nil symptoms plainly nnd our Physician will give FBEK ADVJCi!!, a fiH.puRO hook of ^ Sold by Druggists or Bent by mall, recipes mid iv I'KKIS HAMl'J,!:. ^ 1'rlco, 10 cents and 85 conta. Address Dr. B. J. 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