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BVBNIN'I HUliltl'TlN, tiONOIilJt.l' T. It., flVT.'Hmy, RW'T. 21, 1910
'By IIAKOll) MacGilATII
Copyri(ht I 09 by the Bobbi
(Continued from Last Saturday.)
lip hurried nwny. glilng no glance
nt the closed carriage, the sleepy drlv
rr. tho weary horse. Neither illil ho
Iiml Ihe mini dressed ns n rnrler who.
when he saw the Winner, turned iiml
follow ml. I'lnnlly iien the tinltier
lend Into tlie Adlcrgnsse lie sloppisl,
hl hands rllni'hiil hi" teeth linnl
tlpntl enill iilher He even lentieil
ngnlnt the wall of n house, his face
fur the mnuieiit lilihten In hi nrm
Wretch lluit I ii in ' Damnable
wretch" Kruincrwcg Krumerweg'
('rookid wnv indeed"' He Hung down
bis nrm passionate'.! "There will he
n (lil lip yonder," looking ni Hip
"I DO KOT WISn ANY OUAmiEL, UV CAP
TAI.V. stnrs. "lie will see Into ray henrt nnd
know tint It Is not had, only young,
"(in-lclieny The enrter stepped Into
a shadow nail wiillrd.
Cnrmlchiiel did tint enjoy the opern
that night. 'He had missed the tint
acts, nnd the hint wus grewsome. mill
the royjil bos wus rncniit. Outside 111)
Mt dowii oh one of the benches near
the fountains l:i the I'Lnx.
He feft the bench and strolled
nroiiud the fountain. Ids inno behind
Ids Uli h. hN i hlrf In hi collar.
"JiiNtn iniiinent, my studious frlcud,"
he witx .ilutcd.
"WiillcnMcIn I didn't wi jou."
'I'm iilncnt minded," Cnrmlchael ad.
"jfi'l ulwnys. my friend Now, I do
lot'lii'lieu I III I II uiim ulisclillultidisl-
Uosiw')ileh lundf .von step In between
ini-ord lluil prcttj gia'wglrl the other
"All" Oilinljliiiel tt'ips all uicrtness
"It l'lioi lie)leCe" t i
"IjJFMni'Voldlj prcuVstlbjlci)-" said
Ciirnil. luicl, folding" Ids ilruiH ucr Ids
ci v.u 'licit he t-fllr Ipjil be.llbd Ills
liai k' "Hill lni lliiifi ui m nji In
nm ei 1 1 girl. Mil f Vou'ce no Herod.
You reully niinojed her."
"Trelcitie. 'Ihe ti'nnj' begin that
way. I do not wish tiny iuurrel, my
cui'talu Hut that glr's face bus fiiH
limited me. I propose lo see her us
ofleli un I like."
"1 luic no iilijititun to offer. Hut I
told liri'teheii thai If uuy one, mi mat'
ter n tin, eier olTcrs tier dlsn-spiit to
report the mutter' lo me ul the run-
"Well, I'u cue .he Ii what you con
Rider lui,illeil'wli)it lll jou dn'i" a
(halleiiue lu hlx toueH.
"lteHiit the matter tu the police."
Mud If Ihe ulrl IliuU no nilrei
there." I ra 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 y . "to the (haucellor."
The colonel laushed Inrnlily nnd
strode nliruptly iway.
Cnriiik'hiiel kiiw ii ciirrlfice coming
- nlunir. He recoKiil7.ed the nhlte horso
an It insel the lump. He kIikkI Ktlll
for n Npacc, undecided. Then he Bil
rapidly loivurd the nlde K.iten of tho
royal caideiin. Till' yi-lilcl stopped
tliiTe. Hut I hlx time nn woman en mo
out, Cnrluk'luiel nould lime rccou
nlr.cd that1 lank' form anywhere. It
was tiio chancellor. Well, wluil of It J
Couldn't the chancellor ku out In n
common hurlc If he wanted to? Hut
who wan the Judy lu the veil J As
boon, as the chancellor disappeared
Cnrmtchnol hulled the conch man nnd
cupiced lilm for u drive for a cruwns,
puriulchael Mid over to Ihe forwnrd
eat and touched the Jehu on the hack.
"Where did jou fnku tho chancellor
tonight?" he naked.
"Hit liber Oott! Wns that his ex
cellenry? He until lie wns tho chief
"So lie Is, my friend I wns only
Jeatlntf, Where did )ou inke lilmV
"I took lilm to Krumerweg. Ilolvns
there half nil hour No. -10."
"Where did you take tho veiled
The roaehinan drew In suddenly
.UV'JIUle you front the polJie-V"
wL Its - "
-. I r
"Tlinuniiin thunders, nu! It wns by
nrrldenl that 1 Ktooil near the Kate
when kIip i;ot out, Who win she?"
"That 1 better. They both told me
that they were rIvIiik charity. Hhe
went Into Xn. 40, Von won't forget
nn extra rmnti, lierrl"
"No: I'll make It five. Turn back
nnd tonic me nt the (Iratid hotel."
On the return to the hotel the' stnllon
oniulhiii had urrlutl with u solllnry
Your excellency," snld thecnnelerge,
rubbing hi liamK 'a i-ninpnlrlnt of
)onr nrrlMil Uil evening"
"What inline?" tudlrferelilly.
"He l Hunt Ciimihach of Now
An ndoptcd conipntrtot. It would
m-pui. Hell protialily be uer to the
consulate tomorrow to lime Id pass
ports looked Into, (loud night.'
So Hani (irumhach pnxsied out of his
mind: but. for nil that, fortune nnd
opportunity were about to knock on
OaniiU'hnerdoor, for" there was n
great pla.-'e lii hNtory ready for Hans
AT TIIK III.AI'K CAIII r..
HANS lim.'MIIAt'H " tiind
lug ou the elllli Hi limit or tl'.e
i mint hold. hl l"iek to the
un II wii ti nVNiek. Hans
luu short, hut htrougl bullt-n mild,
blue e.viil lierinnii. xiiiihiiIi raeeil. Hid
dy cheeki-d. while Imlreil. with n
brolvti button of ii uoe.
l'lTsenlly tun hiIIci ollleers came
nloug nod nent Into the lintel, (irum
b.ich IiiiiiihI nlth n xlgti mid folloiied
them Doubtlesx they had come to
look over Ids PiihkhIh. And this tin p
peneil to be the nine.
The senior olllcer unfolded, the pre
"It Is not yet lined by your consul,"
said the nllleer.
"I nrrhed bite last night. I shall teu
lilm I III i morning." replied (irumbacli
"You were not Ihni lu AmerleuV"
"Oh, no; I came from llaiurlu when
"Hid you go to America with your
"No: I wns alone"
"What Is your business In America?"
"1 iiiii n plumber, now retired."
"You nre forty?" said the uttlcer, re;
ferrlng to the passports.
"As soon ns 'these nre approved by
his excellency tiie American consul
kindly have n porter bring them over
to the btneau br police. It will bo only
a matter of form, t shall return them
(ruinhnc'i piodueed n Louis Niih
leou, which was then, ns now. uccept
nhle that side or the llhliie.
"Drink n buttle, you mid your com
Th'H the olllcer prumlsed to do for(h
wlt mill, foiivitt by his nsslstnut,
wnlkeij off brl:ly,
Criimliaeli Innk off his derby nnd
wiped tlii) peisplrntlop from his foro
hend. Coming up the thoroughfare with a
dasli of sprtl and color was a small
troop of horses. Orumbuch wntched
them till they disappeared Into the pal
ace cuiirtyuril. 1!" called to tlw
"Who nre th"y?"
"Tho grillld duke nnd some of nls
"The urnnd duke? Who was tbe
gentleman In ifHtlhin elohes?"
"That wns his excellency Herr Car
lutchael, the Amertemi consul."
"Very good. And the young lady?"
"Her serene highness the I'rlncess
"llrlng tiie a glass uf beer," said
i,i'Uinli.iuli, sinking down nt u table.
When the waiter
reiuruisl ho snld.
W b ere does
Is lu the Adler
gnsse. He him
self lives here ul
thu (Irund' hotel."
So Herr Car
here. That would
ed to wait for
blm. The Amvr
Uuii cuusiil later
"IlClt KKIIl-M'. IIKIII- CUIUO ulullg with
misj i iik rittM'fcss eiu-rcctlc stride.
uit.rKciAiiiiK. tjruniliaeh rose
and caught Cnrmlchiiel by tlie arm,
"Your pardon, sir, but you arc Mr.
Cnrmlchiiel. the American com.nl?"
"Will you kindly look over my pa
pers?" (jruuihach usked.
"You nre from the United States?"
Then Cannk-h.iel remembered Hint this
must be the compatriot who urrlved
tho night before. "I shall bo very glud
to hcu you lu the Adlergasse lit halt
after 10. Any uuo will show you tho
wily, I cannot trnusact my business
lu theso dusty clothes. Good morn
ing." (Irumbacli liked tho consul's smllo.
Mure limn that, he recognized Instant-
1 ly that this haudsomo young man was
Ho had more thun nn hour to Idlo
uivay, so he wandered through tho
park, ndinlrlng Ihe freshuess of, tho
green, the well kept flower beds, the
crisp hedges uud Ifie clean graveled
paths. Nothing had changed lu Hrel
berg nave the Kuulgstrnxxo, whose cob
bles had been replaced by sinnotli
blocks of wihmI, At times bo sent swift
but uncertain glances loivurd the pal
utc. He longed to peer through the
gleut Iron fence, but he smothered this
desire. He would llud out what ho
wanted to kiion when ho met Car
mhhael nt the consulate. Here the
bell lu tile eathedrul htruck the tenth
hour. Not u nemltoue had tuU,oU'U
of bronze changed In nil these years.
It was good to bo hero lu Hrcllivrg
lie had put out Ids first protest
against tho world In the Adlcrgnssa
forty yesrs since. Ho cninp to n stand
liefore the old Invent. Not even the
tgti bail been painted nnew. He notisl
the dingy consulnte sign, thru sturtisl
up the dink iiml narrow stairs. The
consulate door stood open. A rlerk,
nntli o to I'hrcusicln. was writing nt
n table At ii desk by tbe window sat
Cnrlnlchnel deep In n volume of Hu
mus. ".Mr. Cnrmlchael?" snld Oriimhnch In
The clerk Indicated with his pen to
ward the Imllv lilnill by the window.
Cnrmlchiiel rend on. Crumbarli went
boldly out uud senlrd himself In the
chair at the side of the desk.
"I nm Mr. (irumbacli. 1 spoke lo ion
this morning about my passports. Will
you kindly look them in it?" '
Cnrmlchael took Ihe papers, frown
ing slightly. 'Ihe consul went out
"You will have no trouble going
nhout with those." Cnrinlelniel said
listlessly. "Is there anything 1 can
do for j nil?"
"Tin re Is only one thing." answered
Oruiuhiicli "It will be n great favor"
'What do Jon wish?"
"An Imitation lo the military hallnt
Hip pnlnie nfter the maneuvers."
Ciiruitchnel sat up.
"I urn nfmld you nrp nsklng some
thing Impossible for me to obtain."
"All. Mr. Ciirnilchnel. It Is -.cry lin-.
portitut Hint I should be there. I can
glre you no explanations. I wish lo
ntlend Ibis ball. I do not enre to
tnis't Ihe gmtid dtikp or nny onp else.
I'll! nip In the gallery where 1 shall
not be noticed."
"That might lie done. Hut you have
mused my curiosity. Ton have some
"A perfectly harmless1 one," said
nriiinbnch. mopping his, forehead.
This movement brought Cnrmlcliners
rye lo n senr on the back of his visi
tor's head. Rrumbach acknowledged
Ihe stnre by running Ids finger nlong
"I enme nenr pnsslng In my checks
the day I got Ihnt," hp volunteered.
"Everybody looks nt It when I lake
off my hat. 1'ie tried loulcs, but the
hair won't prow there.
Yhere did yojl get It?"
Cnrmlchael wns no .longer Indiffer
ent. He give his hand.,
"I've got n few senrs myself. Whnt
regiment?'' ' l'
i 'Xhe -thcnvnlry. New York."
"What troop?" with growing excite
ineiit, (? troop."
"I wns cnptnln of n troop In tho
snine regiment, Hurrah! Work's over
for, the day. Ciiine nloug with me.
l)riuiliu'li. u'nd we'll tnlk It over down
stairs In the lllack Bugle. You're n
gislseml. C troop: Hanged If the
world doesn't move things nlxnit odd
ly. I. wns In (he hospital myself after
C!ettj-iburg- u hall lu the leg. And
I've rlioiurut'siu even now when a
dninp spell comes,"
So down to tile intern they went,
nnd there they talked the battles over,
sundry tnnkards Interpolating. It wns
"Ho you remember lids'" uud "Do j'ou
recall that?" with diagrams drnwn In
bevr ou the oaken table.
"Itut there's one thing, my hoy," snld
Ciiruilchncl, "the islds were ou our
side or e'd be lighting yet."
That we would."
'Hut juu're from this side of the
Yes; went over when I wns twenty
two. I ui from llatiirla.
Uruuih'ifli circled the. rimin. All the
near tallies were vticaut. Thu lllack
llnule was generally n lonely place till
late lu Hie iiflernoou, (Iriimhncli
toiieliisl the scar tenderly, Could ho
trust this mail? Could he trust any
one lu Ihe world? The Impulse ciimu
m trust Cnrinlclinelj uud he did nut
'I.wns burn' In this very street," bo
'Kli! Not so loud. Yes. In Ibis very
street. Hut If Ihe police knew I
wouldn't be worth Hint!" with n Minp
of Ihe lingers.
"Hut what does this all mean? Can
I help jou lu uuy way?"
"No; no one can help me."
"Hul why come bin k?"
"Who can say what a man will do?
Don't ipicxtlou me. I.et be. 1 have
snld too ipiicb already."
"Hut j'our inline?
(irumlmcb laughed unmusically.
"Uruiubacli Is ns good ns another.
Listen. When I left Hrelherg there
was n reward of n thousand crowns
for me dead or nllve."
Cnrjiilchnel was plnlnly bewildered.
"You wero uind lo return."
"I know lb 1 couldn't help It. Oh,
don't look like that! 1 never Hurt any
body unless It wus lo battle" nnlyoly.
"Now. what lias happened since I went
iiwny? I have daieil, to ask questions
of no one?"
Cnrmlchael, strangely nttrncteil apd
trustful of his questioner, gnvo htin a
brief summary of events, principal
mining, vhlcli wns the nmnzlng rcsto
riitlmi of the Princess Illldegnrde. Tb
describe the I'rlncess Illldegurde wns
not only an easy task hut n pleasant
imn In Cnrmlchael,
"So she Is gentle ami beautiful?
Wty not? Acbt You should have
seen her mother. She wns Iho most
beautiful woman In nil Cerninny, nnd
she snug like one of those llnllmi
nightingales. The king of .liigeudhelt
wnulisl her. but she loved the grand
duke. So Ihe I'llucess Illldegnrde has
i nine back lo her own? Hisl Is good!'
"Well." nu III L'lirinlchiiel. beckoning
In Ihe waitress unTl pnylng the score, "I out mid perfected her physlenl hue
"If uuv liouble urlses seud for ma. lHen Above mid Is-youd ull tills she
,. - ... - - - . ,. i.' ,
Vou ilnii't look like ii tiniu who has
done anything tery had." He olTored
his hand ngnlu. (inmiimcii prcsseu ii
firmly, mid there tns n moisture In
(IrOnihnrh 'declined rnrmHinPl's In-
vital Ion to lunch mid liunieill.itely
suiight bis own room Once there he
cIomsI Ihe sliul
ters nnd iisiied
his bn tiered
trunk, I 'nun the
fnle botliiiu he
ilxik out ii small
bundle. Mad fool
that ho had been!
How many times
had he garcd at
these trinkets In
(he-'e sixteen or
luiltiy limes had
the minus of re
morse gushed his
VI An toot, that nc bean!
hah IU.I.X. ! xvii Utile yel
low Hhoes, like Iwo liutteillles; n Utile
cloak Irliuuiisl with eiiulne. n golden
lis kel sIi.iihsI like n heart!
(iriimbiieh was very fond of music.
There was nothing nt Ihe ohtii. ho he
ibs-ldisl to x,id Ihe earlier part of
llni-tenlng lu the public gardens.
Sis-,slii.iii be louuil liluise'lf stand
lug' tn-slde it .lining tliitucr&inl his
tt-iisaui m --t Iii-iii I. 'I beln-'Juiuds se
(telly inei jinil loi'knl .llTnrt liielr
bucks. i;t,iiinlnn Ii nlglie)tll('!pwould
ulivuji'go Ids way ilomv,' 'J
The gill lurii-il lier lij'jid.fjHIie loos
eneil the ilntnerM band' ,''" k&
"Ho nut inliiil me. girl,1" sajdOrum
bach.' his fniV broadening. ,Kj
T)ie girl ;bnighid easily nnd;yilliout
confusliJiws;iler ismHiiiliiii,'i how ever,
lliAhed linden his 'an. uud n scowl run
uier his forefiend.
The baud wns plnylng "l.es Hugue
nots." mill tlie girl hummed the iilr.
, hand wns put upon Uniiulinch's
shoulder iiuthorltutltely. The police
ulths-r, who bad exmiilued his pass
sirts Unit uiurnlng stood at Ciruin-bm-h's
"Herr (Irumhach." he said quietly,
"Ids excellency the chancellor has di
rected me to bring you lit once to the
"lo the palace?" (Irunibach's foie
wns expresslteof gieul astonishment;
"My nissKirts were w'roug In some re
'Oh. no.'' herr. They were correct"
(irumbacli roused his mind energet
"Hut whatever can the chancellor
wiint of mo?"
Thai Is .no my business. J was
.Imply; seiiPlo(tliid you. Ills excellen
cy Is nlwiiys iltercsted. In (icruinn
' 'Shall ve gq nt'pnce?" nsked Clrum-linrh-
'"I ni-tVr expected to enter the
pa'ace'uf ihe (Ira nil Duko of l'tiren
teln." (iniinbach uddeil. "It will bo
something rd'tcll of when 1 go back
life iralkee Is" lighted up." xvas
tlruinliui li'slcoaimcnt'iis the two pass
d the sentry1 dutslde. the gates.
"The dukef gives the dinner to tho
diplomatic orpi tonight."
"A line thing to be n diplomat."
"I tnjself tirvfer fighting In Ihe open.
HIploinnlRTr, Their very prei'lous hides
nre neier anywhere nenr the wars
they bring nbonl. No. no tills way.
We go lu nt, the side."
"You'll have to guide me. Yes, these
"TOO WILL ntt A Q11KAT qCKKK."
dlplomuts. Meu llko J'ou and uie do
nil the work. 1 wus lu 'thu civil tvar
"Thai was a great fight." remarked
the ulllciT, "I should llko tu have
been there." ,
Tour years pretty long. Do you
Mmtv llerr Carinlelmel?"
"The American yonsul? Oh. yes."
"He, mid Ifuught In thu samo regi
ment." Then you saw some pretty buttles."
(iriiiub.tch took off his lint. "Seo
timt?; : "
"fiott! Tliut must hnvo been nn ugly
The somber black of Carinlcliael's
evening dress, stoisl out conspicuously
ntiinng the blue nnd green and red uni
forms at Ihe grand duke's dinner. I'll
quetle compelled lilm to wear silk
sliK-klngs. but that was the single con
cession ou bin part. He wore no orders.
Tbe duke sal nt the bend of ihe
table and her serene highness at the
fool. And It wns by the force of his
brlllhinl wll that the princess did not
hold In perpetuity Ihe court at her end
of the table. Tor n (iermnn princess
of that time she was highly accom
plished She was anient, whimsical,
with ii Hashing mentality which round
had k'.lfteml, she hud fell the pungi
of isiierty. Ibe smart of unrecognized
merit. She bad ltfrn oiie of tile people,
nnd her sjiupatlutcs would always be
with them, for she knw what those
'nlsiut her only vaguely knew, the pn-
tlci-cp. the uiiniiirinurti'g bruviry. vf
'lieuthMnen," snld ,he duke, rising
.mil holdlul: up his u-liiM. "Ikls tifghl I
glie jou it lo-i-t wllltti I Inllete will
be agreeable to nil of jou, epcc.lully
to his excellency It.iron Vou Stelnbock
of .liigeudhelt. What Is past U ulst
A td'W regime begins this night," He
pnuxiil. All ejes were fwilsed lition
lilm In wnuder. Only "Huron ton Stein-biM-k
dl-playcd no more than nrdluary
llilerest. "I glie J'ou." resumed Ihe
duke, "her serene highness mid his
majesty 1'icdcrlck of .liigeudhelt !"
The princess grew dellcatelj p.lle ns
the men nnd women sprang to their
feet. I ! very hand swept toward her.
holding a glass. She had surrendered
that inorutng-uot hirnuo she nlslu-d
to be u queen, not liecium- she en iik I to
bring nhout an ulllauce belweeu the
two eoulitrles. No; It was Iss-au'e she
.was n f nilil and had burned the bridge
The tan thinned on Carinlcliael's
fnce. Iiuf his hand wns steady. She
sat still In her chair, her lids drooped,
bill ii proud lift to tier chin Ileum l.'ul
to lilm Iwyubd all dreams of hcnuly!
God send nuother war mid let him dlo
lu the heart of It, .fighting!
In the ballroom the princess wns
surrounded. 1'icrjbiily llnttensl her,
coiigratulatisl her mid complimented
Ctinulchnel wns nniong the Inst tif
nppniiich her.lly this time he had his
voice uud nerics under control.
"1 thought you had forgotten me."
she said. They walked to the eonserv
ntorj'. "Forget your highness?" He bowed
over her hand mid brushed It with his
lips, for she wns almost roynl now.
"Your highness will Ik- happy. It Is
written. You -will be n great queen,"
"Who knows?" dreamily. When t
recall wbnt I have gone through all
this seems like an enchnntmeiit out of
:t fairy book nnd that I must soon
wake up In my garden In Dresden."
If only It might be uu enchantment,
he thought If only he might llud her.
as the grim old chancellor hud found
her. In n gnrret! Whnt? Dreaming
ngaln. He shrugged,
"Why did you do that?" she asked
'It was n momentary i'eam t had.
and Hie thought of Its utter Impossi
bility canned me to shrug."
"This dream was there, not a wom
an In itr
"Oh. no: there wus only nu nngel."
"You Interest me; you always Inter
est me. You hate een so many won
derful things. And now It is angels."
"Only one. j-oiir highness." This tyas
daring. "Hut perhaps I iiiii putting my
foot where 'iingels fear to tread."
which wus still more, during.
"Angels ought not to be nfrnld of
anything." Shu laughed. There wns
n palu mid ,n Joy lu the 'sound of II.
She reaikhls heart ns one might rend a
"Hrenins nro nlw.ys unllutshcd
things," he snld, getting back on safer
"WJiat Is she like, this nngcl?" forc
ing lilm ufioti dangerous ground ngaln
"1 dare net tell you." Ills eyes
sought hers unflinchingly. The chan
cellor uud Huron vou Stelnbock came
"Your highness." began the benign
voice of the chancellor, "the baron de
sires. In the inline uf Ids august mus
ter, 10 open Ihe ball with Jou. He
hold my fnlry tvund.' gnylj "This
ulght I hate uuide you H.qlieen."
"Can you make me happy nl.uV' said
she so ilow- ihnt only the chancellor
"I Klml'l try. Ah. Herr Cuptnln." with
u friendly Jerk of Ids head lownrd
Ciiruilchncl, "will you do me the honor
to Join me In my cabinet n quarter of
nu hour hence?"
"I shall be there, your excellency."
Cnrmlchael wns uneasy. lie tvus not
certain buw much tho chancellor bad
TUB KINO'S l.r.TTEn.
Alt.MK.'Il.i:i. ul once sought
the chancellor's cabinet. Tu
Ills surprise the ruuiu was al
ready tenanted, (iruinliuch
and n police utile er!
"What's tho trouble''1' Cnriulehncl
"Vour excellency knows ns much ns
I do." said the olllcer.
Occasionally Urutnhnch wiped Ills
forehead. Then Ihe chiiuccllur enmo
In. Ho -bowed cordially and drew
chairs about bis desk. He placed
firiiuihach lu tho full glare of thu
"Herr Griimlmch," snld the chnncel
lor In n mild tune, "1 should like to seo
Uruuibdch laid them on the dcsklm
pcrtprbahly, Tho chancellor struck
the bell. Ills valet uuswercd Immedi
ately. "Bend Hrcunncr, tho bend gardener,
Tho chancellor shot a piercing glauco
(Te Be Continued Next Saturday.)
Much in dnno In tho mimo of char
ity ulso many.
Roma people try to drmonstrnte
their Intelligence by llnding fault.
10 CURE A COLD IH ONE DAY
Take Laxative Dromo Quinine
Tablets. All druggists refund
the money if it fails to cure.
E. W. Grove's signature is on
PARIS MEDIlINB CO, St. Uuu, U S. A.
for Infants and Children.
Physicians Prescribe Castoria.
.fABTOKIA has met with pronounced fnvor on tho part of physicians,
s. pharmaceutical societies nnd medical mtlhorlllcs. It Is Used by physicians
with results most graffyln'. Tho extended inn ot Castoria, Is unquestionably tho
result of 'breo fuels t 1st, The Iiulioputtlula evidenca that H is harmless ; ind. .
That It not enly allays stomach palnr and quiets the nerves, hut assimilates the
food; 8rl, Itisbuagrecableandpcrfectsubstituloforuastoroll. It Is absolutely .
safe It does not contain nny. opium, tnorphlni, or other narcotic and does not
stupefy. It is unlike Soothing Syrups, Ilateman's Drops, Godfrey's Cordial, etc.
This Is a good deal for a medical Journil lo say,. Our duty, however, Is to cxk,o "
danger and record tho means of advancing; health, Tho d.ry for pn'soninc; Inno
cent children through greed or ignorunc i ought lu mil. To our kimwlcili'p, !.
o a Is a remedy xvbiili produces couiposiirn tin-i lienllli, h- r"iihilliu thu .
Xticni not by Etuiefyiuglt and our Itudorsuio cntillld to l.io ii, fojiii.it i n.
3uir Journal of lleallh.
" t.s)ir Csetorit UniU titi In Itl cl.. Id Ihj
b C) jtsri of pricllc 1 csh mjt I nevir liars fuund
snjtlilDg ttt o tilled tbe plicu."
Wiuim UsLKnxr, M. I).,
"1 htTo DMd yoor CuUirU lo tho ct-n of my own
btb and fl&d It Jeaunt to take, aud kavo obtalue-l
sxcellcal rotolta from Its hm,"
B. A. UccuisiK, M, D.,
"I take pl'Ainre In rerommeiiillng your Ca'otla,
baring rfcommemleil lu n-e In many liiptanrti, atul
couilder It tbe bt laiallve that cuukt b lacd,
ispeclall for children.'
NiTiiisiaL K. Kiso, II. D., EL Lnali, Mo,
Children Cry for Fletcher's Castoria.
a--!--- si mnyn-in lias
In Use For Over 30 Years.
Hf hmur e-M.)t ,t ,",-.! elir mim , aitf.
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THE BEER THAT
SUITS THE PEOPLE
A Clean House means a
clean mind, pure thoughts
and a desire for meals, be
cause they, too, must be
clean, ' Any one can have
a, clean house by using
Pan ka Hana
best cleanser of floors
on earth. At your grocer's
F. L. WALDRON,
7?s VM""X" i:'-"'-''-'i'''" P.:'io
.."I In,1 .. A yeiir IN-orl. u,l Intuit It as;
rsrt-1'..l rt'S'ltvii.' ,kK.sti;M);frlV(
i,-acUo:tbr-i4ny Jiary, Trt fo-i tliafrA,tllri,. "
Ii. J. 't art. 11.11, ,
"If.nd jor.r Caalorla to lo a ii.Jinl rmll
rmrd. It la tho bal tbtn for Infanta and chit
dicu 1 have ser knosru and I rectiuUM-iiw tt.'
It. K. Kisiumos, II. It.,
"lla-lnc dnrloit tbs patt all yeareprrMrlbrd your,
Caalorla for lufanUla atotnarb dlaonlera, 1 tnoit
I hrartlly commend lis dm, Tho fciniula cootalna,
J. B. KU'orr, it. I)., Ken Yolk CUT.
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