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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 22 November 1906

mm. ill ■ . ■ - V *Tx ~ • ,rl - }f. % f '^Sfi 111 x " v 1 |J I • * ** • 11 '~ V 3 P'-- - . •" v ^ •" " -*c j: * 4* * ; ' -*V" ' ' ' - : " ;■ J ma i The Greatest Toy, Doll and Holiday Display - V<, •< •• I.-;:..':: ' H ■, DOLLS DOLLS DOLLS PlflSMf TOYS TOYS TOYS H- -t- - : mm to m i * here is no comparisons it surpasses anything ever shown in the way of a Jffolidqy display, Countless thousands of new novelties that will delight the of children Christmas morning. ^ring all the littlo folks down to see Santa Claus' Jffe ad quarters, it ts a treat they will enjoy. Jffoliday shopping is present than during the rush Just before Chrismas. Tlfo advise early buying. Stocks are best, prices are as low as they will ever be and yeu have the fades ired goods bonght now will be held for delivery until Christmas. Tl/e have also a large assortment of Christmas Uree OrnamentsS'ire l/Jorks, etc. BBBLING «& VOELKBL • • hearts of thousands more satisfactory at leasure to select in. '; fess tf...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 22 November 1906

•a HORNER'S well assorted stock of the latest inter Soods 1 fDress Soods, Outing's, Jfrlannelsj broadcloths. Staple Soods of all descriptions, S&oots and Shoes, and Underwear. Jill as tow prices as possible. 3^^^. Jft a bargain about ISO SPat'r jCactfes and pisses &heos 2/our pie A at 50e a pair. 9f/ostly smet I I sixes. HORNER'S Ft? JV4AKJST BBPORT. Tb« following Is tba mi rkot report as compil- ed by H. Horner, and chunked weekly, aooord- Ing to the highest market prices paid. CHANGED EVteRY WEDNEDAY Cotton new per lb quiet Nominal. 9 6-8 Cotton Seed per 100 lbs - - « Bg * ***** •••••••**•• •••—- * gg Butteir (wqiring) --V 7-12 Batter (table) ... 10 12 1-2 Cblokens (as to alee) spring 10c Hens 7o lb Roosters 12 1-3 Turkeys per lb Nominal — «... So Bacon 10 Lard 101b Caobage le Potatoes. perbhi 1.00-1.20 Batter Market dull. Cblx needed } Eggs: Wanted badly Cotton deollnuur daily Miss Minnie Keselet is visiting relatives in Victoria. At Levey's you find the best pickles, vin...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 22 November 1906

'C-r% "f. JOSHUA TAKES COMMAND X STORY OF THE CONQUEST OF CANAAN By tit* "Highway and Byway" Preacher (Copyright, 1906,i>y the author, W. 8. Edaon.) Scripture Authority: — Joshua, Chapter 1. sXsXsXslG^^ SERMONETTE. "As I was with Moses, so I will be with thee." What an inspiration for Joshua at the beginning of his active leader- ership of God's people. This was God's message to his heart. In ' his hew capacity he was comparatively untried, and the way before him was unknown. To what did God direct his thoughts? To the record of God's faithfulness in his deal- ings with his servant Moses, and swiftly as there passes be- fore the mind's eye of Joshua the long and glorious history of Moses' walk with God and his victories through him, God adds this encouragement: "So I will be with thee." There is always Inspiration In studying the lives of men and women who have walked close to God and wrought mightily for him. Take the life of Paul, as told in the Scriptures, and we learn what th...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 22 November 1906

iii.Vv ■ ; • • • ' v -_.- «£S< '&■ A MISSOURI WOMAN FOR REAL CHICKEN STEW. Tell# a Story of Awful Suffering and Famoua Dish as It Is Prepared In ■rH Wonderful Relief. Virginia. Mrs. J. B. Johnson, of 60S West Hickman street, Columbia, Mo., says: "Following an oper- ation two years ago, dropsy set in, and my left side was so swollen the doctor said he would have to tap out the water. There was constant pain and a gurgling sensation around my heart, and I could not raise my arm The kidney action was disordered and passages of the se- cretions too frequent. On the advice of my husband I began using Doan's Kidney Pills. Since using two boxes my trouble has not reappeared. This is wonderful, after suffering two years." Sold by all dealers. • 50 cents a box. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. above my head. Fine Wireless Station. A Berlin writer states that a wire- less signal station is now in course of erection at Norddeich for the Ger- man government postal authorities, which wi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 22 November 1906

•_vv llll '&' •= r>;-f .-:•, STICKER SCHOLARSHIP CONTEST. QESB«\U OlRB-rOKV m I Schulenburg, Texas, j?. jf. lifotters* & JCessltr, JP, tP. tSeAae/er, S. 5%ussok, President, Uice-iProsidonis, Cashier. Solicits - Your - Business. SCUT FREE Booklet entitled dCRI mtc on's Eye Opener." Draugh* I Bookkeeping in THREE It will months than others can in convince can big; vmce you that Urauchon a Colleges biA, and tiiat JJraugnon s ^ , by their SUPERIOR and COPr- Colleges teach only the = JHTED methods, teach you more' BEST systems of SHORTHAND. RAUGHON'S : ; PRACTICAL BUSINESS $300,000.00 capital; 28 Colleges in 16 States;, 17 years5 success. PfftlTinil? scoured or money refund-11 C ADM Law, Bookkeeping, Shorthand, ruoi I III WO ed. Written contract giv- t,utnw Penmanship,Drawing, DV M All en. 'For Catalog and "Eye Opener," Arithmetic, Bus. English, Etc."1 eall,'phone, or write Jno. i\ Draughqn, Satisfaction guaranteed. Write ior President, either place below mentioned. I prices o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 29 November 1906

• ' • . % *, f P *' # r -v , fin* UbUwiUJ ltf&Tt* Wm '■ :-lSw Vs ■ ' • - " ' % ■ : " ■' "' mm. V i Qus Russek i. ? INSURANCE Representing the leading ^^Oompanies of the World^j Staymomd Win free, £ditor. \ CYRIL PETER, the 8 jflt, work 0? tko first" order. | fmmmmmmmmmmKmmwm ZPiain Words are Gver the Siest. One ^Dollar Jt 2/ear. k $}:> 4 . VOL. XIII. SCHULENBURG, FAYETTE COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 29. 1906. NO. 16. SANTA CLAUS' HEADQUARTERS f-'T' m c v ■ \ ' i-y, vr Y i i i Handmade Japanese Ware. Christmas gifts of quality, beautiful remembrances such as good taste dictatss. Rare conceptions out of the common designs in workers in wood who has left the impress of a skill that stands for real merit. Gifts to be put to practical use. Pin Trays, Collar Button, Post Cards and Stamp Boxes, Glove Boxes,JHandkerchief Boxes, Paper Work Trays, Single Handkerchief Boxes, Cigar Cases, Playing Cards Boxes It Requires Skiil. SHOE FOR MEN ^ ALWAYS IN* p FRONT>| : MALI I N \T LOU...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 29 November 1906

The m Schvtenbvrg Sticker RAYMOND WINFSES, Edttf 6CBULENBURG, - TEXAS The Teaching Profession. There was a time when the school* master's profession was adopted by many college graduates as a pis aller, or as a temporary mean's of livelihood before taking up some other kind of work. The qualities and the special s training now required of a teacher have given him a much more indepen- dent and even more honorable posi- tion than he formerly held. Conse- quently, there have been an increased esprit de corps, and a greater zeal in the profession. In his address before the Middlesex Teachers' association, President Eljot spoke of the enthusi- astic devotion for' their calling and . preference for it above all others, " which are often demanded and which, he might have added, are often found among those who are engaged in the work of education. For efficiency can- not be secured by high salaries and pensions. Like the profession of arms, ' that of teaching is one that is chosen more ofte...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 29 November 1906

S-i' p;> % Pt*' i- ? " W :■ illi ! | rx~ ■-■ I mym* . ■ : " FARM Carrying chickens by the legs is a barbarous practice. T -r- Meat. scraps should be led two or three times a week. Exercise is necessary for the health in breeding stock in hogs. Ewes' • milk is thicker * than cows' milk, but otherwise closely resembles it Catch the hogs by one of the fore legs. It's easy and saves bruising them. In breeding sheep, select uniform animals and breed for a definite pur- pose. Cows easily contract colds that de- velop into catarrh by needless ex- posure. / Sell when things are high. Buy when they are low. Good rules to ap- ply to all business operations on the farm. Beefcs or beet tops will not flavor the milk unpleasantly if fed to the cow at least four or five hours before milking. The currycomb should not hurt, but should stimulate the hide, and its use be welcomed rather than feared by the horse. Woolen manufacturers were obliged to Import last, year 250,000,900 pounds of wool. Is t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 29 November 1906

\ - | ■ V '■ ■< II y&J / ■<*.- .:• S-fMS TOYS TOYS TOYS DOLLS DOLLS DOLLS here is no comparison; it surpasses anything ever shown in the way of a Jfoliday display. Countless thousands of new novelties that will deliyht the hearts of thousands (I of children Christmas morning. 53ring all the little folks down to see Santa Claus' Jfeadquarters, it ts a treat they will enjoy. Jffoliday shopping is more satisfactory at present than during the rush just 6c fore Chrismas. We advise early buying. (Stocks are best, prices are as low as they will ever be and you have the teasure to select in, Sf desired goods bonght now will be held for delivery until Christmas. life have also a large assortment ef Christmas XJree Ornaments>■ JFire ll/orks, etc. ■ TObe Sticfter. MTMIM WINFREE, Editor and Publisher ■ntsred at the Sohulenburg poatofflce •©•nd-olaw matter. SUBSCRIPTION,SI.eo PER ANNUM tn Sticker invltea the public to keep it •eeted ooBoerning the goings and coinings of rae town. If...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 29 November 1906

m HORN E"R ' S ■ - —= ~jf wall assorted stock of the latest Winter Soods [^SioughC ■ £ -C Dress Soods> Outings> flannels, SSroacicloths. Staple Soods of all descriptions, {Roots and Shoes, and 1/nderm ear. jfll as low prices as possible. i a bargain /«5# !Pair jCaclt'es and 7/fisses Sheos Sfft/r pickat 50c a pair, ^f/ostly small sizes. HOR N'E 4MBKST KJBJPOMt ®*. Th« following la tho market report as compli- ed by H. Horner, and chaneed weekly, accord- ing to the highest market prices paid. CHANGED EVERY WEDNEDAY Cotton new per lb qnlet Nominal. 101-4 Cottoiraed per 100 lbs f>5 Corn - '2 Beg* •'•••# ^ Butter (cooking) J.— 7-12 Butter (table) — 10 121-2 Chiokeas (as to aise)sprlng 10c Hens ^7c lb Turkey* pier lb' Nominal 15-fl Bacoir.._™. - ~v„f0 Lard - . 101b — 1c Po tatoes . per bhi. .. .7.7. .*. 1.00-1.20 Peoana .. ~ 13 Butter Market dull. Chix needed Eggs: Wanted badly Cotton steady A guaranteed Batcher Kinfe for 25ct. H. P. Schaifir Mr. Max Stienmann is m Yoak- um. The ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 29 November 1906

RAHAB OF JERICHO A STORY OF THE CONQUEST OF CANAAN By the "Highway and Byway" Preacher (Copyright, I DOC, by the author, W. ti. Bdaon.) Scripture Authority: ' ter 2. Joshua, Chap- 'imm t . rate I h OCOCKXXXXXXXXXpOOCOOOOOOOO SERMONETTE. Rahab, the outcast, the wom- an of the town, has won a place among the heroes of faith of the eleventh Qf Hebrews. Paul in his enumeration of the tri- umphs which faith had Won tells how "the harlot Rahab perished not with them that be- lieved not, when she had re- ceived the spies with peace. And James, who emphasizes works as an evidence of a liv- ing faith, turns to this same in- cident and declares: "Also was not Rahab the harlot justified by works, when she had re- ceived the messengers and had sent them out another way?" Thus "then we see in this in- cident the flashing forth of a faith Which lifts the sinner out of his sin and links him with the Creator, whose* will ft is that "none should perish, but all should come to a knowledge of the trut...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 29 November 1906

- *"; mv -*W ". , y' - I JggL, i ■ A TIME SF PAIN-AND PERIL Cols 8&ys that Lydia B. Ptohham's Vegetable Compoand has Saved Her Lite and Made Her WelL How ig$|i$ Uvea of beautiful young' girls have,Jt>een sacrificed just as they were ripening into womanhood I How many irregularities or displacements have been developed at this important period,.respiting in years of suffering I ssEmm NOVEL IDEAS THAT COME FROM ACROSS THE WATER. Will Be Welcome Change- From the Conventional Forms So Long in Use—Are in Keeping With the Festive Occasion. m: A mother should come to her child's aid at this critical time and remember that Lydia E. Pinkkam's Vegetable Compound will prepare the system for the coming change and start this try- ing period in a yourfg girl's life without pain or irregularities. Miss Emma Cole of Tullahoma, Tenn., writes:: Dear Mrs. Pinkham: «« t miik in toll yon that I am enjoying befc- I want to tell ter health than JT have for years, and I owe it all to Lydia E. Finkha...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 29 November 1906

r' W :t" i ■%v m I The First National Bank Schulenburg, Texas, j?( jf, fi/oiters, <S. S&. Jfessler; JK ScAae/er, S. Sftussek, iPrasidtni, 9Sice ~ tPresiden ts, Cashier. Solicits - Your = Business. CCyj CDCC Booklet entitled "Draugh-j Bookkeeping in THREE OLn I rntt em's Eve Opener," It will I months than others can in you that Draughou's Colleges SIX, and that Draughon's can, by their SUPERIOR and COPY- Colleges teach onb RIGHTED methods, teach you more' BEST systems of oonvince can, b; DRAUGHON'S THAND. PRACTICAL BUSINESS $300,000.00 capital; 28 Colleges in 16 States; 17 years' success. Pfl&ITMIIK scored or money refund-11 CASH Law, Bookkeeping, Shorthand, * V ed. Written contract giv- ' Penmanahip,Drawing,DVII All en. For Catalog and "Ere Opener," ' Arif.Vimot.io Tina fnrriich Tr.to D1 Innlt call, 'phone, or write Jno. F. Draughon, Ere Opener, call, 'pftone, or write J no. F. Draughoi President, ei|her place below mentioned, i prices on Arithmetic, Bus. English, Etc. Sa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 6 December 1906

m rki{: siSpp V' mm m - • : V f sg' : ■ -■.- ■■■:.. fimit i«w yiaMMHWim "Ous Russek ' INSURANCE Representing the leading ^Companies of the World^j . v.-- -■• r CYRIL PETER, th jfii work #/ ik* firri- 0/W r." tftwymomd TlJinfree, Gditor. iPlain Words are Sver the Sftest. One Cellar j( 2/emr. mM K VOL. XIII. SCHULENBURG, FAYETTE COUNTY. TEXAS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 6. 1906. NO. 17. SANTA CLAUS' HEADQUARTERS s Japanese Christmas gifts of quality, beautiful remembrances such as good conceptions out of the common designs in workers in wood who of a skill that stands for real merit, (rifts to be put to practical use. taste dictates. Rare has left the impress *54- Pin Trays, Collar Button, Post Cards and Stamp Boxes, Glove Boxes, Handkerchief Boxes, Paper Work Trays, Single Handkerchief Boxes, Cigar Cases, Playing Cards Boxes It Requires Skill. *352<SH0E FOR MEN HENRY MEYER, NEXT DOOR TO POST OFFICE ' ALWAYS IN£ML |rRONT-|i MADE. IN .Vr LOUIS Any shoe manufacturer can make a shoe to sell f...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 6 December 1906

VERDICT FOR PEOPLE Cost of the Taj Man*! The Taj Mahal, at Agra, would coal ten millions if built to-day. It wa begun in 1629, and finished in 1648. CONGRESS OPENED. THE COMMISSION LIVES EAST TEXAS SOILS. CONSTITUTIONALITY OF THE STATE RATE MAKING BODY. SENATE RECEIVED PRESIDENT'S APPOINTMENTS. KENNEDY LAW FOR OCCUPATION TAX. FITS, St. Vitus Dance and. all Xervous Diseases permanently cured by Dr. Kline's Great Nerve Restorer. Send for Free $2.00 trial bottle and treatise. Dr. R. H, Kline. Ld., 931 Arch St., Philadelphia, Pa. DISCHARGED TROOPS. Senators Penrose and Foraker Intro- duced Resolutions of Incjuiry —Grim Reaper :r n K.. i >■ | Schvlenbvrg Sticker RAYMOND WLYFREE, Editor SGMULENBURGr, - TEXAS '^JS^'hoo! of Zoology. Dr. Gustav Loisel, who is a professor of zoology in the Sorbonne, is making persistent efforts to have the mena- gerie In* the Jardin des Plantes adapt- ed to the needs of experimental sci- ence. He would have it so transformed as to become a school of zoolog...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 6 December 1906

-:'v Hi i'k- ; .US " I CROSSING THE JORDAN A STORY OF THE CONQUEST OF CANAAN. By the "Highway ami Byway" Preacher. (Copyright, 1906, by the author, W. S. Edson.) Scripture Authority:—Joshua, chap- ters 3 and 4, especially chapter 4, versea 12 and 13. Read also Numbers, chapter 32. SERMONETTE. There is a beautiful picture here in this service which the ^ Reubenites and the Gadites and. *1 part of the tribe of Manaeeeh * * performed for their brethren. It emphasized the vital rela- ^ tionship which one bears to oth- -*■ ers about him, and the response ** brlity which one must share in ««- securing blessings for the lives ^ of others. - «■ These men had found their in- ** heritance. They were at home with their wives and little ones, and flocks and herds. From a purely selfish standpoint they had nothing more to gain by war and conflict. Butthey must needs cross Jor- dan,too,for their brethren needed them. These had not yet found rest. They had not yet come into possession of their inh...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 6 December 1906

The Greatest Toy, Doll and Holiday Display. i !lf |!;i jtvHwaiwiiii • t if 1 S II ■ !f !®,„. .1:1 DOLLS DOLLS DOLLS TOYS TOYS TOYS he re is no comparisenj it surpasses anything ever shown in the way of a Jfcotiday display. Countiess thousands of new novelties that will delight the hearts of thousands U of children Christmas morniny, firing all the tittle folks down to see Santa Claus' ad quarters, it is a treat they wilt enjoy. Jfolidmy shopping is more satisfactory at present than during the rush Just before Chrismas. life advise early buying. Stocks are best, prices are as low as they wilt ever be and yeu have the leasure to select in. Sf desired goods bonght now will be held for delivery until Christmas. 7fJe have also a large assortment *f Christmas TJree Ornaments> J'ire Works, etc. EBBLING & VOBLKBL. W XLhc Sticker. RAfMONB WINFREE, Editor nil Publisher Entered at the Schulenburg poatofflce as •otnd-oUss matter. SUBSCRIPTION, $i.®o PER ANNUM TBB 8tic*er iBTitea the publ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 6 December 1906

MM i 'iU }'(r BP HO RN E R ' S well assorted stock of the latest Winter Soods mmySBoUfAii mil f -C *Dress Soods> Out/nysj Slannels, broadcloths. \Staple Soods of all descriptions, S&oots and Shoes, and V/nderwear. jfll as low prices as possible. a bargain about 150 !Pair jCadies and pisses Sheos 2/our pick at 50e a pair. Tffostly small sizes. HORNER'S AI.4RUM4V KKrOBF. The following Is the market report as compli- ed by H. Horner, and chaneed weekly, accord- ing to the highest market prices paid. CHANGED EVERY WEDNEDAY Cotton new per lb quiet Nominal. 10 Cotton Seed per 100 lb8 °j> 2? Butter "(cooking) /. 7-12 Butter (table)— i* Chlokens (as to size) spring 10c Hens 7c lb Roosters - Turkeys per lb Nominal - JH{ Bacon - >w Lard ,. l°Jb Pecans - 12 1-2 Butter Market dull. Chix needed Eggs: Wanted badly Cotton steady ; A guaranteed Butcher Kinfe for 25ct. H. P. Schaefbr Tonight St.Nicholas,will visit all good little boys and. girls. And Christmas Candies. Gee whee, Levey j...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 6 December 1906

**Sfe§ |£,>f Recommends Legislation on New and Important Subjects. INCOME - INHERITANCE TAX /Be Believes Such Laws Woutd Curb Growth of Fortunes to Dan- gerous Proportions, His Views on Negro Question—Asks for Currency Reform, and Shipping - Bill—Would Make Citizens of Japs —Many Other Important Subjects • Discussed. "Washington, Dec. 8.—President Roose- velt's message to the second session of the Fifty-ninth congress deals with a dumber of new and important subjects, chief of which is the government prose- cution. of the trusts, the abuse of injunc- tions in labor troubles, the negro ques- tion, the preaching of class hatred between capital and labor, additional legis- lation for the control of large Corpora- £ons. a federal inheritance and income tx law and currency reform. The message opens with a statement -of what the last congress left unfinished, 'ftni of this he says: "I again recommend a law prohibiting all corporations from contributing to the campaign expenses of any p...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 6 December 1906

& m TEN YEARS OF PAIN. Unable to Do Even Housework cauee of Ktttney Troubles. Be< Mrs. Margaret Emmerich, of Clinton •treet, Napoleon, O., says: "For fif- teen years I was a great .sufferer from kidney troubles. My back pained me ter- ribly. . Every turn or move caused sharp shooting pains. My eyesight _"was> poor, dark spots appeared be- fore mfe, and I had dizzy spells. For ten years I could not do housework, and for two years did not get out: of the house. The kidney secretions were irregular, and doctors were not helping me. Doan's Kidney Pills brought me quick relief, and finally cured me. They saved my life." Sold by all dealers. 50 cents a box. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. HOW CANADIAN INDIANS RE. CEIVE THEIR ALLOWANCES. Agent Distributes '$200,000 Among Tribesmen Each Year'but Carries Only $30,000—How He Does It. Checked Attempt at Monopoly. Trusts were sometimes dealt with summarily in old England. For in- stance, the records of the Brewers' company show tha...

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