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Image from page 167 of “Western home journal and the Inter-mountain poultry journal” (1900)

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Identifier: westernhomejourn05unse
Title: Western home journal and the Inter-mountain poultry journal
Year: 1900 (1900s)
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Subjects: Poultry Periodicals Farm life Periodicals
Publisher: Spokane, Wash. : [s.n.]
Contributing Library: U.S. Department of Agriculture, National Agricultural Library
Digitizing Sponsor: U.S. Department of Agriculture, National Agricultural Library

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THE SISTINE MADONNA. To get a fine art production of this painting see last page. I West Coast Belgian Hare Co. C Breeders and Importers of, Thoroughbred and Fancy Belgians. ■ Our stock includes all of the leading strains, and our pricesare as low as the lowest, grade and strain considered. BUCK AT STUD. Earl of Britain, fee. special 6U days ?o.00 Wantage Chief, fee -2.00 King Edward, son Banbury Chief, fee ^ . .. 2.00 Call or write for prices on stock. Send Ac for Manual on Bel-gian Hares. OtBce, m]y^ Sprague. Pens, E. 2712 Third avenue, Spokane,Wash. THE WESTERN HOME JOURNAL.

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We dont want to buy your dry goods, We dont like you any more,Youll be sorry when you see us Going in some other store.You cant sell us any shirtwaists, Four in hand or other fad.We dont want to buy your dry goods If you dont give us your ad. Madam, are you a woman suffragist?No, sir; 1 havent time to be. Havent time? Well, if you had the privilege of votingwhom would you support. The same man 1 have supported for the last ten years—my husband. You cant tell some woman anything.Of course not; they wont stop talking themselves longenough to let you. Cahill—Was the strike a success?Cassidy—It was. After being out six weeks we succeed-ed in gettin back our jobs. She—Have you any strawberries?Dealer—Yesm. Here they are, $ 1.50 per box.She—Goodness! Theyre miserable looking and so green.Dealer—I know,-maam, but there aint enough in a boxto do you any harm. Lady (in intelligence office) —1 am afraid that the littlegirl wont do for a norse, she is too small I should hesitatet

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