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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 8 January 1901

X 3 CITY NEWS Mn. Louisa B. Gates Dead— Louisa B. Gates, wife of Seallum Gates, who has been a resident of Minneapolis since 1854, died ibis morning at her -home, 2426 Crystal Lake avenue. Tha funeral will take place from the residence to-morrow at 2 p. m. Lecture toy E. 08. Kennedy — Ed mund O'Brien Kennedy, better known as "Featherstone," who spent seventeen years in English prisons because of his loyally to Ireland, will lecture on the treatment he re ceived as a prisoner at the hall, Second street and Eighth avenue NiE, to-morrow evening at 7:30. The Fender Caught Hi in — Police Officer 11. E. Chamberlain was able to dem onstrate his agility and the value of the street, car fenders in one operation this morn ing. While avoiding a car which was going down First avenue, he was struck by a south bound car and tumbled into the fender. Chamberlain was on his feet in an instant, uuinjured and on duty. Jap Interpreters Wanted—The United States civil service commission invites atten tio...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 8 January 1901

TUESDAY EVENING. JANUARY & 1901. YERXA Preserves KSiSSfSi 1?-.... 8c Preserves BBSS?. Preseryes:. 9c Safety Matches -: z : labox:..Bt PRUNES R-ew. callforniap. runes:.3^c EGGS Strictly No. 1 selected,; If* EI3UO per d0zen:...'.;....:....,... ...A 18 RUTTED Strict Dairy in Jars. Bet- If* OU I I Cfl ter at 18cand 20c; per lU.. .IOC Butter S ltoU:^.... 18c Butter !;orn! eparator: inJars: .... 25c Jelly uyp^^ mb!. er: 13c Starch :ja^ 0!?:.^...:::.........4e Dia HA*» lint bottles Chow Chow, «<* riimeS .Gherkins or plain OS Cheese ream:. aKOOd. OQe: lie Saver Kraut atl. Se Honey &■'" !3s Tomatoes lsuildard: 7c Corn Meal Sckp^ d. 10c Apples WL^^^^^r 85c Oranges. Large fancy Lemons, doz 10c Mexican.Oranges, dO2 15c Florida Oranges, doz 25c Extra large Nayals, doz V. 30c Grape Fruit, each s@Bc Yerxa Bros. Co., sth St. and Nicollet Ay. The Popular Photographer 427 NiutUtt, over ierxa's. THE WEATHER The Predictions. Minnesota—Fair to-night and Wednes day; cold wave to-night; brisk t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 8 January 1901

8 Four Days More In which to take advantage of our GREAT DISCOUNT CLOTHING SALE 25 % Off on our entire remaining stocks of Men's, ■i Boys' and Children's Fine Winter Suits, Overcoats, Ulsters. The original price tickets remain unchanged. Make your purchase and the salesman will deduct 25% from the face of ticket. No representation here. Everything ex actly as advertised. Men's Winter Hats 25% off Men's $4.00 ail S Hats i- ... .$3.00 Men's $3.50 an S ft Hats for ... $2.63 Men's $3.00 aQ fS Hats for .. iV 52.25 Men's $2.00 an^i ft oft Hats for .. . $1.50 Men's $1.00 Jj^ Hats f«r ... 75c Stetson, Agency $ Opera Hats Excepted Browning, King 4 Co C.J.QUTGESELL, 4IC in jilfl V 11 a . Manager. 41D 10 41V iMlCOilet Aye. HAVE YOU TRIED IT? Vivif{£ -NON-INTOXICANT - Household Tonic ALL DRUGGISTS Prep. By VAL BLATZ Brewing Co. Milwaukee Minneapolis Branch: 1316 SIXTH STREBT SOUTH. Telephone, Main 20ti. TRANSPORT IN A TYPHOON Sherman Is Badly Damaged While Off the Japanese Coast. San Francisco,...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 8 January 1901

TUESDAY EVKNTNG. JAITOARY 8. 1901. Pure and Sweet Are the Skin Scalp Hair and Hands Preserved Purified and Beautified by TynLLIONS of Women Use CUTICURA SOAP assisted by '*»*■ Cuticura-Ointment, the Great Skin Cure, for preserving, purifying, . and beautifying; the skin, for cleansing the scalp of crusts, scales, and dandruff, and the stopping of falling hair, for softening, whitening, and soothing red, rough and sore hands, for baby rashes, itchings, and chafings, in the form of baths for annoying irritations. and inflammations, or too free or offensive perspiration, in the form of washes for ulcerative weak nesses, and many sanative antiseptic purposes which readily suggest themselves to women and mothers, and for all the pur poses of the toilet, bath, and nursery. No amount of persuasion can induce mothers who have once used these great skin purifiers and beautifiers to use any other, especially for preserving and purifying the skin, scalp, and hair of infants and children. CUTIC...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 8 January 1901

10 RANGE OF ONE CENT Wheat Unsettled With a Steady- Closing. DOUBT ABOUT THE SITUATION Traders Are Inclined to a Conaerva- Ktlve Position ait. to the Mar ket Situation. Close Close Tin: DAY'S RESULT To- Yea « day. trd'jr. May wheat, Minneapolis.7B 77T4 May wheat, Chicago 78',i 78 May wheat, Duluth .79',i 79,". May wheat, St. Louis 76% 76H May wheat. New Y0rk...83% S3 Minneapolis Chamber of Commerce, Jau. 8. —There is a good deal of manipulation goins ou in wheat and It is difficult to tell just where merit stops and manipulation begins. There is a mysterious factor at work in wheat and it ia centered iv Chicago. Some *uy Keeue is buying wheat. Whether it is Keen© or not, there has been a strong buying lores iv Chicago, so much so that it has re versed conditions as to Minneapolis and is now at a premium over this market. The doubtful element In the market is as to whether this long interest in Chicago can control and put the market higher, or wheth er it ib hanging on io Its bootstr...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 8 January 1901

TUESDAY EVENING, JANUARY 8, 1901. /i /^l7iaW/o/rt A» I£T* 0~& tir^W*^*-%.*rs T^lmZ^m^A /or other businesses> why not for yours? There is no reason /\uvcnib>ing is si yiooQ l ning WHy m°nCy SPCnt m advertisin^should not be as advantageous K. P. RALLY AT WILLMAR. Special to The Journal. Willinar, Minn., .Jan. B.—At the installation of officers of the K. P. lodge last night the following were inducted into office: Charles Johnson, C. C; June* Whartoa, Y. 6.; A. J. Xordin, P.; E. C. W.ellln, M. of W.; A. J. Hanscoin, M. of E.; 1. T. Cramer, M. of P.; J. P. Quani, K. H. and s. ; Dr. Garretson. I. G.; A. Fritz. O. G. After the installation work, which was conducted by Deputy George H. Otterness, the new chancellor commander f;ave a supper at Kuster's restauranaj A urge number of visitors from Kandiyohi. Atwater. Howard Lake and Benson lodges present, Addpaises were made by C. C. Johnsen and M of F. Cramer, the latter* being responded to on behalf of the visitors by Dr. Clinton o...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 8 January 1901

SIS THE LEGISLATURE. SOLID FOR NELSON House and Senate Both Nominate Him in Caucus. BINDING PLEDGES ARE ADOPTED Uaeh Body Also Malte* Its I'iuiU l)i»trlbutlou of Seaalon rutrouage. Senator Nelson was unanimously re nouiinated to succeed himself last night. Kestive as a caged animal, the legislators three times changed their minds as to how to nominate Senator Nelson, and late yes terday afternoon turned back to the proj ect of the morning of nominating the long-term senator in the legislative or ganization caucuses. Identical resolutions indorsing and nominating him were sprung in both cau cuses of the house and senate, and be fore half the members were aware of the program they were monotonously voting "aye" on a resolution which gives the little man from Alexandria six more years In the United States senate. So there will be no caucus to-night, and the members of the legislature are free to throw themselves with energy into the "*\»»K**^iS? B. E. Corliss, Fergus Falls—Heard Elmer ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 9 January 1901

THE MINNEAPOLIS JOTTRNA PKICE TWO CENTS. LI DEFIES THE COURT He and Prince Cliing Will Sign the Joint Note. SHORT DELAY PERHAPS First Edict, He Says, Justifies Ful ly Their Action. INFLUENCES ON THE EM; Ml»i*terit Fear Trouble If the Em press Will Nut Withdraw the Second. Edict. Mew York Sun Special Service Peking, Jan. 9. —In an interview to-day LI Hung Chang stated that his colleague, Prince Ching, and himself had communi cated to tho foreign ministers only the most important part of the edict issued by the emperor and the empress dowager in which the twelve articles of the pre liminary demand note of the powers, was accepted. The edict contained another clause, which ordered the commissioners to arrange certain details with the minis ters in an amicable manner. This clause, however, would not alter the policy of the Chinese peace envoys. They intended tc act upon the original edict and assuma all responsibility and would ignore ttH later decree forbidding them to sign the note. "...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 9 January 1901

2 THEY'RE A SUCCESS Doukobors Make Their Way in the Canadian Northwest. 65 COMMUNISTIC SETTLEMENTS / Know How to Work mid Save—Col * onieM Already Sell-Sus ; tain in > Special to The Journal, Winnipeg. Man.. Jan. ».—An Interesting report to the department of Immigration regarding the Doukobors shows that these people have been making great progress, and it would appear thai the predictions they would prove a burden to the country have been made without knowledge, there are fifty-five Dookobor villages in the Canadian northwest, with a total popula tion Of T.4ii(i. Thirteen of Ule»-e village* are located in the northeast corner of Afsinlboia, thirty-one In the Yorttton dis trict and the remainder In the Saskatche wan country. The first contingent, numbering 1,800, arrived two years ago and others contin ued to arrive In smaller lots until -May of the same year. The men iunneriiateU went to work on farms, eitner for themselves or frieuds, or on railway construction work, the Canadi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 9 January 1901

WEDNESDAY EVENING, JANTJAEY 9, 1901. ULwUN b£blb a I Unt^ANU^IAKbAUt Thursday s Great Bargain Attractions at the White Sale. A 20th Century Skirt Sensation rk Lvlil v will 141 j 4JIIII ft 4jfvlldCl UUll' THURSDAY, JAN. 10th, 1901. m Something Altogether Oat of the Ordinary Happens Here Tomorrow 3500 Rainy Day, Walking j|L and Dress Skirts. /,/*&s Assembled under the most favorable trade conditions known to jJ^ 1^ Twin Cities' Skirt Selling, and Priced Positively MmMx^ Without Parallel. «<|g^pr"' jA PEDESTRIAN SKIRTS,\ With the new backs, with tailor stitched S*l&f seams, with heavy bottom stitching, finely - 4([rjsl l GOLF SKIRTS, finished. For slender women, for atout /)Sp**tS ';' „.r x^eri women, for tall women, for short women, {BUT .- RAINY DAY SKIRTS, in the most popular shades of light, iBR! >4^m QHODDIMn «SkTIDT<S medium and dark gray, oxfords, brown*, BH AfWr PEDESTRIAN SKIRTS,\ blue* and black cloth with Ullor stitched seams, with heavy bottom stitching, fi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 9 January 1901

1 THE JOURNAL LUCIAN SWIFT, J. S. McLAIN; •■* MANAGER. EDITOR. SUBSCRIPTION TU3HMS; able to The Journal Printing Co. Delivered by Mail. J. ; One copy, one month $0.35 One copy, three months 1.00 One copy, six months .... i..i .2.00 One copy, one year. 4.00 Saturday Eve. edition, 20 to 26 pages. 1.50 Delivered by Carrier. One copy, one week 8 cents One copy, one m0nth...... S5 cents Single copy 2 cents 1 UK J O 1 11 A A L ia published every creuiuK, except Sunday, at 47-4l> Fourth Street South, Journal Building-, 31iiinet»polin, Minn. C. J. unison, Manager Eastern Adver tising. • . NEW YORK OFFICE—B6, S7. SS Tribune building. ■ ■ CHICAGO OFFICE—3OS Stock Exchange building. CHANGES OK AJUMBUBSS Subscribers ordering addresses of their papers changed must always give t their lormer as well as present address. continued; All papers are continued until an ex plicit order is received lor discontinuance, and until all arrearages are paid. COJIU'L.AIATS Subscribers will plentie notify the...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 9 January 1901

WEDNESDAY EVENING, JANUARY 9, 1901, iVIARK DOWN SALE /ff*-v: ladles' $3.50 welt sole TCf :~~ ■' A Kid, lace, latest and V&fcißF./ a new round toes, t dull H|'•/ I matt kid top, exten " Nnt| I slou sole, newest up- Wgal 1 to-date shoes. -Mark W;v|£;..s2.4B «■'>' * m sale >**&?&, V ' ladies' $0.50 Patent jf^S-Wok I Leather and French %r-&L ifi3 l! Enamel, lace, welt \§r«*/t /r- sole< extension edge, fp£)>\ / V-Latest round toes, Tejßo/ /*§ Mwk down ■ sale, :■ at. if*?! yH&f Sfr $2"85 A¥*Jr !l~~^ Ladies' $2.50 flue Kid ; ffA,^-' M lace, flexible sole, . Jr : *&} Kid tip. Mark down M'-:' :$r sale, <£ "fl R (Th J&^-s^lir pair.. ....V ■■OIF ~4£"-'*Sr^' Ladles's3.oo line hand Ejp^. ■ turn sole, Vicl Kid, "^ ■ lace, fancy cloth top, -Mark down sale, at. pair i/O Ladles' $2.oo fine kid. lace, kid or cloth flil»« tops. Mark down sale SFOC Ladies' line Kid, lace, heavy soles, splendid wearing qualities. Mark down fit 4 4 A sale 5&1 ■ I £, TBIC STE...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 9 January 1901

9K CITY NEWS Xot Seriously Injured—H. M. Craig, the Minneapolis lumberman who figured iv a runaway accident near Staples laat night, is not co seriousiy injured as at first reported. His arm is badly wrenched instead of broken. He will be able to return to Minneapolis to morrow. Lives to Regret It—Bessie Gould, 1019 Second avenue S, was given ten days In the workhouse by Judge Dickinson for disorderly conduct. Yesterday afternoon the young lady while intoxicated attempted 10 jump off from ilio Tenth ft venue bridge. Au Ursnllne Airent — Miss H. M. Lynott of 1018 First avenue N has been estab lished ia Minneapolis as the general agent for the branch ef the Urauline sisterhood which is in charge of the Villa Maria convent school at Frontenac and the boarding school for boys at Lake City. The Villa Maria school "is a boarding institution for girls of all ages, while th*» boya' school is for pupils between the ages of 2 and 12. Miss Lynott expects to furnish any desired information conc...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 9 January 1901

WEDNESDAY EVENING. JANUAEY 9. 1901. VERXA CIS AC No. 1 selected, • if_ CUUv per dozen M I £3 Rolled Oats IT™** . IBt ■ Preserves SKEStS^r.... 8c Preserves y. r. r.!! e::r; .9e Safety Hatches *&*.??: 8c PRUNES ?C™"Z*\&*!.T?:. 3&c Soda package .^^ 3&C DIITTCD Strict Dairy in Jars. Bet- Ifi _ Bill I kit ter at 18c and 20c; per 1b.. J08 Butter Sd^:^li 18c Butter Sd s?F! r. a!?. r:; n.. Ja:L...25c JiHy~:eS?.^"^!^:.....:....lbc Star«hJ=^!!: - ~..4t Dl mIfI a » Pint bottles Chow Chow, Q . rlf KISS Gherkins or plain fIC Cheese Sdl^:. a.. g??. d. 0:....J1c Saver Kraut K.TS: ie Honey c o enTb p?L J3c Tomatoes Sn^!^i...._7c Corn Heal & p?! Dd. .... ...10c Sweet Corn K^!...:. ...9c Oranges. Large fancy Lemons, doz ............ 10c Mexican Oranges, doz ....... 15c Florida Oranges, doz 25c Extra large Navals, doz 300 Grape Fruit, each — 6@Bc Peerless Market. Pork Chops, lb ■ lie Pork Loins, lb 9c Pork Shoulders, lb 8c Pork Butts, 1b. % . Sc Kresh Spare Ribs, lb 8c Salted Spare...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 9 January 1901

6 AUNTY ROGERS' LEGACY. The Legacy of a Fine Old Quaker Lady Ha* Brought Happiness to Many a Minneapolis Home. *—M"**~ T ~"T| '' ' ' :=!*'^" ~ . '"^^ " 'z=^' - - .~S^H«HI' .^| The story of Aunty Rogers' Legacy reads like a romance. The fine old Quaker lady lived in Stuynor, a little country vil lage in Ontario, Canada. People for miles around the litile hamlet knew Aunty Rog ers well, and few were the households that had not some wondrous story to tell of burdens lifted from aching backs with Aunty's backache panacea. Simple coun try people, they knew not the cause of ihe backache, or realized that the kid neys were the root of many aches and pains, but when Aunty Rogers said: "Thee must take some of these pills for thy trouble." they took them, and thus it was that many a life was snatched back almost from the brink of the grave. The dear old Quakeress with her simple man ners and kindly ways brought comfort and happiness to hundreds in the small sphere she was able to carry on her...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 9 January 1901

WEDNESDAY EVENING, JANUABY 9, 1901, THE MESSAGES OF TWO GOVERNORS John Lind Reviews His Administration and Points Out Certain Things Which He Thinks Should Be Done. Governor Van Sant Indicates Several tines Along Which He Will Favor a Change in Affairs of State. OoTernor Van Sam's inaugural address ■was, in substance, as follow- Gentlemeu of iho Senate and lious^ of Rep resentatives: Having taken ins oath of office, as prescribed by law, I desire before en tering upon the dischargp of my duties, to acknowledge my profound gratitude for the great honor conferred upon me, and in re- Turn, promise the exercise of my best judg ment, coupled with an honest purpose to faithfully strve the people of the state. While the legislative and executive branches of the state government are separate and in dependent of each other, yet by our mutual co-operation p.nd tho exercise of our united energies, at all times working in harmony, the best interests of the state will be served. At the very comm...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 9 January 1901

10 Women's Depts. on Second Floor. 39th Semi-Annual Reduction Sale. Ladies 9 Jackets. Ladles' Jackets in rough and smooth materials; storm $*X.50 and notch collar; have sold at 57.50 to $12. To close at.. <J ■■ ■ An elegant Mattelasse Cape, edged with fur, full satin $< f\ lined; always sold at $20. To close, at , *" One lot of 75 Sateen Petticoats, that have sold at $3.50 $1.50 and $3.75, to close at ......................... A About 100 misses' and children's jackets, variety of colon and styles to select from; have sold at from $6.50 to $13.50. $^.50 To close, at ... -. «* Women's Furnishing Dept. Children's Fleeced Vests and Pants in sizes 3 to '''\'y\/ _ regular 25c weight and quality; for this sale we mark theml^/jC Children's Extra Heavy 2-1 Ribbed Cotton Hose; just _ the thing for rough wear. We have reduced the price! |J{-» to, pair - *VTV/ Dr. Denton's Sleeping Garments for Children— ac cording to size; worth up to 90c; for this sale we make^t^^ all sizes .. • « ••.*...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 9 January 1901

WEDNESDAY EVENING-, JANUARY 9, 1901. GREAT SILK WAIST oiL-/rv v y niu i ; SALE. An immense purchase of hundreds of Waists (both silk and" flannel) have just arrived by express—we will add to this new purchase OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF HIGH GRADE WAISTS, which we ,will place on sale Thurs day morning, and until sold, at such ridiculously low prices, that will create a regular waist furor. ■/- ;<\ At £""1 C f~\ Y~V Hinlreds of very choice Waists to select 111 I from, in taffeta, satin'and Luzon Silks—all '• 1, J If \J the new street and evening shades! including -T Tt";- • . the black and white—lmpossible to- describe i the many 'different styles —We can assurei you they are correct— Actually worth 37.50, ,\ * J |j | v ; - $8.75, $10.00 and many worth "up to $13.50. \ At /"I"*! '""7 T"* f~\ c 'will include'many of our exclusive de- V,^ / t^ I I .signs and choicest Waists in Taffeta, Satin « 1 / ill Surah, and the new silk Luzon. They are Vjy . / • V \J regular- $16.50, 315.00, $13.50 and...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 9 January 1901

12 Goodfellow's Annual January Sale M BBkBMZFMkB ©• This Annual LINENSm 'M'stine. m , M m PWm But at no sac- Lowest Prices Always «*» «>«««< --* ity. We buy no job lot* or seconds for this Annual Event, but give b«na fide reductions from our regular superb stock. Bagains here ' for shrewd a«d economical housekeepers. • 25 Pattern Cloths, 2 yards wide, 3 yards long, bleached C^Q. RA double Satin Damask; regular price $4.75. Sale price, each VUiwIF 68-inch full bleached Satin Damask, Irish manufacture, -worth EA A 69c Sale price, a yard ............... 5...../.. v ......iJ V** 2 yards wide Cream Damask, Irish manufacture, extra weight /© ffeffc and quality, worth 80c. Sale price, a yard ......... .1..........; ™if 3 cases Marseilles pattern Bed Spreads, 3-ply warp and filling, QOa worth $1.50. Sale price, each.............. wOO 2 cases genuine Marseilles Bed Spreads, extra large size, tf^^B AS fringed or hemmed, value $5.00. '■„ Sale price, each .... ....>PJl*Bfc»J Sheets Pil...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 9 January 1901

WEDNESDAY EVENING, JANUAKY 9, 1901. Mo External Symptoms. f The blood .may., be in bad condition, 5"Ct with, .no external signs, "no. skin eruption or sores to indicatej it. The tsymptoms in such cases being a variable appetite, poor digestion, an indescribable > ■weakness and nervousness, - loss of - flesh ; «nd a general run-down condition of the: system— clearly shoving the blood has lost its nutritive qualities, has become thin ' and watery. It is in just such cases that S. S. S. has done some of its quickest and' most effective work by building up the blood and supplying the elements lacking to make it strong and vigorous. ' - ■ J **. My \rife used sev- -jrfflßßftL era! bottles of S. S. S. J&r&isggk as a blood purifier and *'^^HB to tone up a weak and ■§H^/BfcjP , emaciated system, with ItvSd»f3s very marked effect by J&s&*s§PtlL way of improvement. BjSfl *3& •; "We regard it a jB great tonic and blood3HH w&S^ purifier."—J. F.Dt/fr. Wt*^ JPrinceton, 3...

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