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Day
26
Month
September
Year
1895
Copyright
Public Domain
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fieorjL K. Kelly neJlB Wood Farm oh tlie Crop Plan. Do yoi want to buy lands in the faiamed gralD-growing district of the led River Valley of North Dakota. Remember that they are the best wheat lands on earth. Wrlte to as and get larticulars. We can sell you a farm and take pay frotn a share of the erop. -Grandin & Edwards. Mayville. . D. Qtorm 1!. Kelbi aeüs W'ood. Home Seeker' Kxoursloii. Agentsof the Ohio Central Lines vvill sellHome Seekers' Excursión Tickets as follows: To Virginia, Sept. 24 and Oct. 2. Rate, one fare for round trip; limit 30 days. ïo Alabama, Florida. Georgia, Kentucky, Loiusiana. Mississippi, Xorth Carolina, South Carolina and Tennessee, on Oet. 2. ltate. one fare for round trip: limit 20 days. To Arkansas, Alberta. Aiizona, Colorada, lovrtí, Indian Territory. Kansas, South Misso'üri, Manitoba. Minnesota, Aew Mexico, North Dakota, Oklahoma, South Dakota, Texas, utah, Wteconrin. Wyominff-date, Sopt. 24: ratea one fafe, plus $4.00: round trip limit 15 uays for return . AlK'tlOU Sale. The old briek school house in district Xo. : Pittstield. will be sold at public auetion to the hihest, responsible bidder on Monday the 14 day of Oct. lS9o at one o'elock p. m. 8.". T. J. Smurthwaite Director. IN ACCIDENT. Mr. Quintas Hummel, of 118 Michigan Ave., Detroit, tells a War Story of his own Experience, and the Kesiilt. íFrom Detroit few.) Out representative called at 118 Micliiean venue, the residence of Mr. Quintus ïummel. Mr. Hummel is a veteren ol he late war, and recei ved, in the cnmpaign, n iniury which has given liim much pata md suftering since. He belwieed to u Michigan cavalry regiment and lus horse becoming frightened one day reaml up, throwing him backward. In falhng he struck his spine on a sharp stone, IDfflCtinff a deep cut over five inches long. I he iniiirv affected the kidneys. About two years ago the left kidney started to oma, and has been doing so ever since. mt. Hummel, in a few pointed sentencea, gave our representative the following account : " The accident of my ' war days lelt me ia bad shape; pain in my back and spine rendered me al most useless, and 1 was compelled to give up work entirely. I could not turn over in bed without assistance I have spent hundreds of dollars 111 varlous ways trying to find relief. Physicians have told me my spine was Iioneycombed for 13 inches. I bad gijen up in despair, never hoping for relief, when a Wend told me about Doan's Kidney 1 UI, and they have done me a world of good. The paiñs have disappeared from my back', and the bleeding of my kidney has almost entirely stopped. I know I can never be cntirely cured, as 1 woum nave tu oew man,' bui Doan's Kidney Rila have done more to make me ive like a new man ' than all the otherthings I havetned during past vcars. I have not had any murrrmr OÏ tbe pain or bleedmg Blnce taliinu: thom. " ,, , , I),mns ödney Pilis for s;il bv all dealers Price 50 cents, by mail. f rom ïoster-MUburn Co., Buflalo, N. Y„ sole Bgenta for the United States. Remember the name, Doan's, and take no other.

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