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Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, December 27, 1899
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mpeet thftn other* but the pmtl <* Century manac ( Not the ordinary kind) ^^^^MB^mHBMWnMVBiMvw^B^mKPWMWMm Pi^ A handsome year-took filled ht beautiful illustrations, and a complete calendar. It is sold on ill news-stands. for 5 cents, and it's worth five times that amount. It is a reliable chronology of tie progress of the igth century tnd a prophecy of what may be expected in the aoth. new nre n tew ot the great men who bare wrlttou for It: Secretary Wilson, on Agriculture Sen. Chauncey M. Depew, on Politics Russell Sage, on Finance Thomas Edison, " Electricity Gen-Merrltt, " Land Warfare Adml. Hichborn, " Naval Warfare «A1" Smith, " Sports You will enjoy reading it now, tnd it will be a book of reference for you through the years to come. Sixty-four pages, printed on ivory fmch paper. If your news-dealer cannot supply you v/ith it, cut out this ad. and send it with three one-cent stamps and receive this elegant book free. Address J. C. Ayer Co.. Lowell, Mass. 1 MOTNEs; ALGOKA TH^A WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 2t, 1890. The peach, the plurn and tho cherry first grew in Persia. Winter In the £onth. The season approaches when one's thoughts turn toward a place where he inconveniences of a Northern win- ,er may be escaped. No section of this country offers such ideal spots as the !ulf Coast on the line of the Louisville t Nashville Railroad between Mobile and New Orleans. It possesses a mild climate, pure air, even temperature and facilities for hunting and flsbing enjoyed by no other section. Accommodations for visitors are first-class, •nd can be secured at moderate prices. 'heL.&N. R. R. is the only line by which it can be reached in through are from Northern cities. Through ar schedules to all points in Florida iy this line are also perfect. Write or folders, etc., to GEO. B. HOBNEM, D. P. A., St. Louis, Mo. John the Baptist had no enemies ntil after he began to say, "Behold he Lamb of God." Go to your grocer to-day and get a 150. package of It takes the place of coffee at i the cost. Made from pure grains it is nourishing and healthful. Coughs. Sore Throat, Croup, ln» Biienza WhZ*' .^""s"'. sore Throat, Croup, in» A cwtlln c2? apl ll? C /! Mflh ' Br W«W«» gnd Asthma «4« $u«r«M r c J" 1 ««"'Ptlon In «'st stages, Vou Siii "iTl! 1 y. advanced stages. V«a at once, st after taking tho Get your Pension PQUP E MICK f O'PAHRELL, Pension Agent, The Oak Pronftr. know*!! Se S oric e p'rufef 6 " * M " a " Is the larva, "b'The beltS* »?• insert end side split to DUU ,, areair en Targea'. g " leSOflarVa: thes ° The scientific name I B Eliphldion villosuin. The Oak Pruner i c its popu- ar name, from the fact that it cuts oil umos of the oak tree principally, though it also cuts off limbs of a few other trees, it is regarded as a remarkable insect and is believed to show remarkable intelligence. The egg Is laid by the beetle in the twig of a tree and when it hatches the young grub starts in to tunnel down the twig chrough the axis. He takes a branch that is about the size of a man's finger, and works down it, feeding on the wood till he is well-grown, Then he apparently reasons that ho is about to change into a pupa and then into a beetle, in which state he will not have boring apparatus that would make it possible for him to escape from the wood. He therefore begins to cut ofi the limb in which he is living, but cuts it Just far enough so it is held by the bark till the first heavy wind. This hark not only holds the limb on the tree for a time, but keeps woodpeckers and other birds from finding him. After making the cutting to the necessary extent the worm backs into the tunnel he has made and stops up the door with some of the wood dust he had made in the operation. Then he gets ready for the transformation that is to come, and goes to sleep. When he wakes up he is a beetle. The wind has blown off the limb, and the beetle merely scrapes away the wood dusi that blocks his cavern and the way is open. la be Rnlolng Cnlvcs by ITiiml. I used to think, says a writer in Commercial Gazette, that the only right way was to let the calf draw a part of the milk from the cow. But we now prefer to feed them entirely by hand even when trying to raise an extra good calf. The only advantages in letting the calf suck are that it gets the cream contained in the milk, it takes it in a natural manner, and at just tut right temperature. Fed in this way they are not so apt to get scours as wbei. fed by hand. But we cannot afford tc feed butter fat which may be substituted, at first with oil meal jelly, and later on with mill feed, corn meal, etc If careful to give the milk at blooa heat, and keep the stall clean and sweet, there will be little trouble from scours. Our method is about like this: For the first three or four days tin calf is allowed to run with the cow. Nothing is equal to the first milk to start the stomach and bowels to working right, and the dairy writers tell us that this fosters the feeling of motherhood in the cow and tends to Increase the flow of milk. It is then given its first lesson in feeding by p'ac- ing the hand in the milk with the fingers turned upward in its mouth. In a few days it learns to eat without the fingers, and then it is a light job 10 feed and care for it. At first it is fed new whole milk but by the time all fever is gone from the cow's udder, li may be fed on skimmed milk. To this should be added some oil meal jelly, made by dissolving about two tablespoonfuls of oil meal in hot water. This may be gradually increased to half a pound of oil meal at a feed, but this is enough up to two months old. The calf should have access to grass 01 some fine, sweet hay, that it may early develop the first stomach and begin shewing its cud. At two months o!<; t will eat quite freely of various foods. and should have all the mill feed, corn meal or ground oats it will lick ui> jlean twice a day. BY this time the oil meal may be eftAout, though it would be better to itill feed a little of it. The greatest rouble with calves raised by hand it- scours. This may come from varioiu iauses, but is generally brought on by nour milk, foul stalls or by feeding too much at one time and not enough at another. When first signs are noticed give an egg or two, beaten toe in U milk This -will usually check it but t not a handful of wheat flour fed in he same way will be found good. Ihe scours w»l easily be detected by the mell in the stall. It is almos useless o try to cure the calf and keep it ,ealthy unless the stall is kept per- ectly clean and dry. Keeping th* C»U Healthy. writers we have ever read is first 8tep lfi Calf Bhould , , cspeclally * hen ' d ! shwater and buttermilk are . ' the ples but they are lln s er death to the calf. It is a mistake u , the calf to run * lth the cow. It is a few weeks old it will al« <° rry the Hfe °» l ot t»e cow. For all ordinary purposes it never pays for this kind of raising. After weaning it is too dainty. There is nothing good enough for it to cat. it pine 3 and irets, loses in condition and at a year old is not much better than if properly raised by feeding on skimmed milk. ine calf that is well raised by hand s always ready to eat anything that is good. There is no check in its growth from weaning. It is healthy, sieek and saucy, and every time you feed it you have the proof before your eyes that good calves can be raised by hand. In growing the calf, or any other young animal, for that matter, let us remember that every pound of growth represents so much food. There is no game of chance in any lino of stock feeding by which we may sorne- mca get something for nothing. In tnis all is even handed justice— so much growth for so much feed and care —but never so much growth for nothing. A Gftott Catch. "Who gives the bride ftw&yt" asked the parson. "Nobody," remrilrked theen*iotis one sotto toico, froirt & reaf pew. "She simply threw herself ftt the man." We herewith illustrate Bermuda grass, which is well-known by name to most of our readers. Farmers' Bulletin 102, of the Department of Agriculture, says of it: Bermuda grass is to the South what Kentucky blue grass is to the North, and is the best hay and pasture grass for all soils that are not too wet. It is the most common grass in all of the Gulf states, and the vigor of its growth is very good indication of the quality of the soil on which it is found. Its leaves and stems are so fine and its creeping stems lie so close to the ground that it makes an excellent lawn grass. Bermuda grass is never injured by protracted drouth, and is unhurt by the most frequent grazings and cuttings. Its root stocks are so strong tincl wiry that it is the best of soil binders, and is used extensively for protecting levees and embankments. It is one of the best grasses for grazing, and may well be used in the Gulf states as the foundation for all permanent pastures. As a hay grass it is unexcelled. In favorable seasons it will give two cuttings, and on good soils its yield is from two to four tons of hay per acre, Bermuda grass is usually propagated by transplanting the roots. This may be done at almost any time except during the coldest winter months, and the work is not more expensive than the seeding of the ground in the ordinary manner. Shave off sods an inch or two in thickness, cut them in pieces about an inch square and drop on the ground about two feet apart each way, stepping on each one and crowding it into the soft ground as fast as dropped. Being expensive and unreliable, seed is seldom used. When once established, Bermuda grass is difficult to eradicate, and this is occasionally an objection to its general cultivation. The best method oC destroying it is to plow the ground immediately after the hay is cut, leaving it as rough as possible. Plow again in November and sow to oats, and when that crop is harvested plow again and sow quickly of cow peas which will smother the few plants that may have survived the oats, and will leave the land in fine condition for any future crop. Ton for ton, Bermuda grass has a feeding valuo fully ARNOLD'S COUGH to ^ „.. A?cr»aa:i grtt 11 CVncrfon dMtylatsL equal to that of the best timothy, and many horsemen prefer it to any other hay. Frozen Egg in Commerce.—Frozen °gtrs i" great masses are not bad to look upon. They are not allowed to thaw until the time comes for use. Ihey are shipped in refrigerated cars, and such consignments as go to Alaska for the gold regions are put into cold storage on board the steamships. The Klondike demand does not begin to take all of the frozen eggs. Missouri alone furnishes millions of cracked eggs In the course of a year. Nine eggs will average a pound, The frozen egg product is sold by weight. With the large bakers and crackerraakers in the cities the frozen eggs are In demand. Some restaurants also buy the big tin buckets of the frozen article. Certain classes of restaurants serve scrambled e gg 8 a nd omelets in winter made from the frozen eggs, and. patvw are wiser.—K*. for 1900. Indications point to great prosperity for the coming year. This is a Sign of a healthy nature. The siicccss of a country, as well as of tin individual, depends upon health. If you have any stomach trouble try Ilostettcr'a Stomach Hitters, which cures dyspepsia, indigestion and biliousness. Sundays and holidays reduce the number of work days in Russia to 208 a year. Cnrert A ft** IJotifmti-d Failure* With Others I will Inform audtvtcd to Morphine, I.nudnmim, Opium, Cocalno. of neverfnlllnft. ImrmlcsB, hcmo- euro. Mrs. M. II. Baldwin. JJox UI2, Chicago, I1J. A good thing may bo cheap, but a cheap thing is seldom good. Viuo.nuio Your- lloz*. Reliable men wanted to vaccinate nwine •with Dr. Oillott's Hog Cholera Scrum; l.ber- al offer to Hold operators; inclose stump for rarticulai-B. \V.J.Uillett,M.D.,Par8ons,Kn8. Mustaches are not generally worn in winter in Alaska. The temperature is so cold that tlio moisture freezes on the mustache and becomes a mass of ice, causing frost bite. The B. & o. U. R. will have G2 new compound consol'dated freight locomotives by the last of January. Fifty were ordered In September from the Baldwin Locomotive Works and the order has just been augmented by 1U more. These locomotices, when completed, will represent the highest typo of heavy freight power. No difference how cheap a thing 1 is offered, people want it for less. TO CURE A cot.n IN orm nay, TM;o Ijoxativo nromo Qulnlno T.iblotR. All <1rus(?lsts rorunO Ilio mmmyit It falls to euro. Coo. E. VV. Uvovo'MKlguaturooncaoU bos. Kgypt and the SoiuTan now have 2,014 miles of railway. Cheap Tuxnn I.niula. The San Antonio nnd Aransas Pass Railway covers central and south Texas. Good lands, reasonable prices, niuu and healthful climate. Address E. J. MARTIN, Gen'l Pass. Agt, Kan Antonio. Texas. "Pip'Iey is very contrary. I understand." "Contrary? Why'that follow has to fast to get fat." PUTNAM FADELESS DYES do not stain the hands or spot the kettle. When we are doing our prayerful best let UB remember that it is all Gcd expects. An Englishman has patented a cigarette which decreases the danger from poisons which pass ofl! in smoke, a thimble being set in the end of the wrapper, with holes at the inner end, covered by a layer of fabric, inside of which is a, wad of absorbent material. The man who gives the world gold will be forgotten, but he who gives it good will not. The revival must begin in the end of the church that contains the pulpit, Xia Porte, TPXIM. The- progress of the construction work at La Porte, Texas, the future great deep-water shipping point at the head of navigation on Galveston 'Bay on the Gulf of Mexico, is progressing favorably. The wharves and switching tracks are nearing completion nnd the work on the streets and on tho sewerage and water systems is now under way. Mr. I. R. Holmes, the general manager of tho La Porte Improvement Company and the La Porte Wharf and Channel Company, is personally superintending tho improvements. Mr. Holmes makes his headquarters at the Sylvan Hotel and visitors to La Porte during tho next six weeks and before the time of the first general La Porto sale, which will be held in February, 1900, should introduce themselves to Mr. Holmes and allow him to extend to them facilities for getting a thorough understanding of the conditions surrounding the La Porte enterprises. People soon learn to dislike a pretty girl who is slouch}'. PtTSPormanontlyOuriJu.WontaorrBrvon6nonsnrt.ct Unit day's nxu of Dr. Klino's (iruat Jxorvo UcBtorur. lioml for FJlIflK S'-J.OO trial hull In nnd t routine, DlL It U. K.I.ISii,lta..jj;jL Arull tit.. I'hiluilulljljia, 1'a. A Boston Mail In conversation with some friends, a prominent Hoston man told of his suf- 1'ering-tf from rheiiiuiitism and nervousness, and one of hi.s friends g'avo him some advice, which will bo mentioned later, and which has proven to bo of incalculable vahio. To successfully act on the advice, it was necessary to make a trip of over 2.000 miles, but ho undertook it, and now thanks his friend for the advice. as ho finds himself fully relieved of his old trouble and has returned to his home feeling able to cope with his business demands, a new man. Tho advice given was to go to Hot Springs, South Dakota, and there take the baths and enjoy the finest climate of any health resort in America, If this man was satisfied after making a long trip, those residing within a few hundred miles and similai'ly afflicted can certainly afford to try it, or rather can't afford to neglect to try it. A«U an3 r agent of the North- Western lino for full particulars, or write J. R. HUCHANAN, General Passenger Agent, F. E. & M. V. R. U.. Omaha, Neb. It costs only two cents to vide on a street oar in Milan. \Vlnter Excursions. Tho Southern Pacific Company anf Jts connections operate the best firs and second-class service to California Arizona, Texas and Mexico. Througl Pullman Palace Sleepers and Touris Sleepers from all principal easton points. Personally conducted Touris Excursions from Cincinnati, Louisville St. Louis, Chicago, St. Paul, Minne apolis, Pes Mpines, Omaha, Kausa City. etc. For particulars and descrlp tive literature write W. 0. .Neiroyer Gen'l Western Agent, 338 Clark 8t Chicago; W. H, Connor, Com'j Agent Chamber Commerce Bids., Cincinnati Ohio, or W. J. Berg, Trav. Pass £20 ElltcoU Sq., Buffalo, N. Y. la the years 1882 to 1891 lEngiafact lost 14,000.000 of its people by emigre lion. Germany lost 6,000,000 between 1832 and 18W. . Tfie IOWA IcBlilfttiirti fnfcet* thl* winter. congr6M will denl with mnny problems, nt>d ttnra In Africa suirt the Philippines will Icnft to (Trent results. The Imlly MOImsB Imlly tofrws will tell yon nil about these events nlid all other nows of Iowa and tho World, Including telcgrnphlo markets. Bnbserlji- tlon price, one yenr, $i; «u tnontha, 75 cents; three months, Ml routs, ensli In ntUnnoo. Address The News, IJCB Molnt-g lowit. _ "Yonr cold doesn t seem to be getting much better. \Vbat are vou taking for it?" "Principally advice." For lung ami chest diseases, Plso's Cure Is the liost me tlclne we have usc;1.— Mrs. J. Jb. Northcott, Windsor, cnt., Canada. The Nile is the longest river in the World, 4,300 miles. The Niger is 2,500 miles and the Zambesi 1,000 miles. Dtmrnp«n Cxnnot lin Cored by loctil applications, us they cannot rench tho alsotuoil portion or ilio ear. Tnero Is onlv ono w»y to euro donf noss, nnd tluu Is by CO n«tl- tuUoTwl roincdlon. Deafness is cnitsed bv ' ar Inflamed condition of tho mucus llninir of ilio Eustnchlan Tube. When ihls tube Is InRntnetl you 1m ve si rntnbllns sound or Imperfect henr- Itijf. nnd when It ir, entirely closed ilrnfnnss Is tho result, nnrt unless tho Inflammation cnn bo tnlten out and this lubo restored to its normnl condition, liourinK will bo destroyed forever ? uiliT™ ^ of , ton nr ? Cl " ls ed »y cntivrrh. which Is nothing Imtnn Indumcd condition of tho mucus surfaces. Wo ivlllfflvo Quo Hundred Dollars for nnv case of Donfnp-is (caused by catarrh) that cannot bo cnrotl by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars, free. P. J. CTIKNEY & CO., Toledo, a Sold by DniKKlsts, rrm. Hull's Family Pills uro tho best- livery prodigal knows the fatted calf story. TOtJftS * o CAUfdrnla in Pnlimnn IrijJT Ca«, Via the Chicago Great Western to Katt- sas City and the Santa Fe fonte to Los Angeles and Southern California, f he trne winter route, avoiding cold weather and snow blockades. Commencing Monday, October 23d, and oa every Monday following, one of these new Pullman Tourist Sleeping CftrS tvill leave Des Woinea (en route from Sti Paul via Oelwein) at 8:45 p. fa, vltk the Chicago Great \Vestern for Loft Angeles and Southern California via Kansas City, and reaching Los Angeles the following Friday morning, thus avoiding all Sunday travel. Thess tours are personally conducted by an experienced railway official* Who accompanies the train to its destination. The cars are well equipped for a long journey and are as comfortable M the Pullman Sleepers, while the price id only to for a double berth, (or 85.50 from stations south of Waterloo), lesa than half tho prire in the Standard Sleepers. For fnll information inquire of any Chicago Great Western Agent, or address if. |[. Lord, General Passenger and Ticket Agent, 113 Adams St., Chicago. When a woman sees a man turn around to look at her twice she will never admit lie isn't good lookiug. The world's lanrest match factory it at "Harberton, Ohio. W.N. U., DesMolnes, No. 57.—iSop Captain Gridley's Restored by Peruna. DEWEY'S FLAG SHIP OLYM PI A—CAPTAIN GRIDLEY, COMMANDER. jl/i-.i. Grldley, mother of Captain Grldlcj/, who was in command of l)cwc!/'s/t<i(/ ship, at the destruction of tho Spanish fleet at Manila, eau* of our remedy, Ferima: "Attlt&soUcltMUon of a friend I uncd Pcritni, and can truttifully say it is a (/rand tonic and in a woman'* friend, and should be used in every Itottselioltt. After usiny it for a sliort period I feel like a new person." Ann E. GrUllei/. '• Nearly all our ills arc due to catarrh. We are liable to have catarrh of tho head, catarrh of the throat, catarrh of the lungs, stomach, kidneys, bladder and pelvic organs. Peruna cures catarrh wherever located. Address Dr. Ijartnian, Cohnnbus, Ohio, for free book. Farm nii;litn. Box UlU, Vmnkllii liruvo, Loo County, IlIlmjjH. Strength ie not a We,8sij3gr when Jt is Used. t9 tajse ft4v^»t^.g« ot ft NEW DISCOVERY; gives —~ -. —~ •. Quick relief aiulcnrOB wor«t ciiB. Hook of tcMlmnnliiiBi'ml 10 iiAYH'ireutmont I'JIHl'.. UK. U. If. (IIU'.KN-S HON8, Dux E, Atlanta, (in. oruorrH of olioli'o »«rl- culluinl LANDS now opened for uaulomont In \VoHlurn C'umulu. Hoivi Is grown tho ool- ehratc'l NO. 1 1IA1U) vV'HISAT. which brings tins hiuhosl prlro In ilio inurUels of the world ; lUotia;mils of cnltlo uro fiiLtcneil for inurliot without being ft'il i;ni!;iiin<] without a day's Rholior. Henri for imonimUon iinfl Kccurn n froo homo in Wostt'rn Cnuwlu. Write the Suporlntcnclcntof Immigration,Ottn- wa. oraiUlt-usH tho tituV-TNitrrmil. who will mull you ullutit'ti, patuph ot.s. eto.. free of i-osl. N. UartUolomew. But>l''Uili St.. DOS Moluus. lu. vico 01 tu iintnitulilllty free, .No iitturnoy . I'm until imlciit In nlliiwucl. Circular fru> vrlli bo mudo by ovory buyer or Ln Porto properly. First gouorul Hiilo In February. U»;). Ln Porte, Trxus, IH deaiinod to bn iho fulut'O Kroulest so iport of the Uulf of Moxii o. Kvory farmer, merchant nnd iniimifiioiurer or tno Unlioil States • west of lliu Mltislnsippi Hlvor is direutly Intfi-cs'od in Ln Porto. A sm '11 Investment will return handsome profits. Write lor FREE Foltlor, Maps and Art Book to AMERICAN LAND COMPANY, ISS Madison St., CHICAGO. WORLDS FAIR,CH!CAQO,I893 ALSO OMAHA EXPOSITION I89S AWARDED DIPLOMAS GOLD MEDAL OF Tfl EWORLD LISTS f-REE. ADDRESS CHICAGO SCALE- C9 * * * "Star" tin tags (shoving small stars printed on under tide of tag), "HorseBhoe," "J.T.," "GoodLuok," "GrossBow," and "Drninmond " Natural Leaf Tin Tags are of equal value in securing presents mentioned below, mid may be assorted. Every man, woman and child can tiud something oa the list that they would like to huvn, and can have . 1 Mnteli Boi 85 2 Kn 1 e, one blade, Rood s' ool l-l 8 fil'l'BOl'S, 4XiUUllB9 ,, S15 4 CMld't Hek, Kiilfo, Fork nnd ISPOOH S5 8 fctt t anil Popper Sut.ouuoaoh, quad- rnpleplatoon while metul f>0 6 1'rouoJi llrliir Wood Hips. 85 1 l(»?.i<r, hollow (jruund, lluu £ Bntfer Knife, triple pluto, best qunlltv fill 0 BitRnr Shell tnnla iihl'o, boat uiiul.. W 10 B'ltinp Box. uterllnK Oliver..... 70 11 Knife, "Keen Kntter," two blud-B.. T6 12 JJntoher KiiUe, "Keen Kutter," 8-iu blade , • „ 75 15 JlieutH, "Keen Kutter,"S-iui!ii 7J 14 Nut hot, Ouwlier und 81'ie.js, Bilver pitted 80 16 Byse Hull, "Association," Vest cnal.lOU 16 AJurai CJook, ninUel 161) II 81 j Genuine Rogeru' Teaspoons, boat il» ( e4gopds.... 160 18 n »•«!», nlukel, »te» wind »nd set.. 8W 19 Oarvera, good steal, MM SO Six Genuine Kquers' TtM* SPOOM. best platc.1 «ood» 81 Six flttcli. Knives and fprka, M,.V- born handles 330 Bix eaoh, Seuntne Boners' Kulvoo •"' "--*-, best plated gooOa.......JOw THEA90VeOFF^t TAOS. Clonk, 8-ilay. Calendar, Therraom- ot«r, Baroiuj'sr 61'0 Utm <'nso, Ibuther, uo better umtla. 600 Bovolvor. "utoiuatiu, double notion. 82 ot' 38 caliber i 800 Tool Sot, uot plnytbiuBU, but ro»l tools.. ....,,....„,,... MI) Toilot But ili'Oorfttud poioulaia. veryhaiitlsdino 8W RewniRton HlHe Ko.4, 31 or 83 ral. 8W) Wutoh, Btecliua stiver, full jeweled VtWO jDrosti Suit UUSD, luather. liauiUoni* and durable 1QOO Sfwiiiu ftUohinu, fintt clusj, with ttU uttftdhmom «. 1600 Kovolver, OoU'fl, 88'OaUber, blued stool,. ..........,,,1500 n"!? p Ca}t '! > ' } t !- Htlot - »8-call ief.....!6iW Guitar oVaslibuvu), Jotowuod, Inlaid .....SOQQ Mandolin, very handsumo .,,2IW> \Vluohesitor tlope^tiuK Shot Gun, 87 Eemington, double-barrel bam- merBUot0uu, lOor lagauga ......SOSW 88 Bicycle, etaudard make, Indies or Special Notice I 89 SUptGnn, Itatulugton, double bur- yeliu^iutucrle^............i...... 8QOQ 40 Hoalua Slualo Box, U^iuoh i)lji?..WXW .93m, IN ail.NP tliut STAR PLUG TOBACCO • * * * *- * * *

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