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BI2YCUMG IN THE TYROL
Evtn th? Mountaineers Have Caught the
Pete Dailey and his merry men and
Colonel George E. Waring, Jr., com
missioner of street cleaning in New
"ir rk City, made a bicycle tour through
tho Tyrol last summer. Colonel War
ing has written for The Century two
stories descriptive of his experiences.
In me second ono, "Bicycling Through
t'je Dolomites," Colonel Waring says:
s We found that the bicycle fever had
reached even to our landlord who was
experimenting with an iron-rimmea
wheel over which the saadle was sup
ported by a pair of ehiptle springs.
L- tried It, and said it wen' very
well, though not so soft as the "pneu."
I lifted lt, and did not care to go fur
ther. I told him it was too heavy. He
said, "Mawknix; muss starker sein"
(That's nothing; you must be
stronger). Probably the extra weight
of this wheel would not be considered
in fixing the load that a Tyrolese peas
ant would carry over the hills from
the fields, and need not be regarded
as an obstruction to sport The wheels
here are all much heavier than ours,
and much stronger. They can be sent
up hill by tbe tougher thews that grow
in this land, and for safety In going
down hill they have very effective
brakes. The best brake has two pl xe*
of rubber, and about two and a half
inches long and three-quarters of an
inch square, which are held flat against
the two quarters of the tire. It holds
very firmly, and Its friction does not
come on the part that ls subject to the
greatest wear. It ls used, not with a
steady pressure, but with successive
light squ?H!zes. When one becomes ac
customed to lt, lt gives excellent con
trol to any degree desired-even to
holding- the machine sfcockftill under
any load and on any grade. Even the
usual flat brake has a rubber face
which holds better and lasts longer
than,metal. My American brakes
were "not in it" on these hills, as com
pared with those local wheels which I
i?e use of the brake Is exacted by
law in all*towns, and lt ls almost uni
versal on country roads; so Is the fur
nishing of the wheel with a bell, but
the better riders in Innsbruck do not
use lt in. the city streets. They say
they can make their way safely at a
moderate speed, If the people keep on
their way, while If they are disturbed
and made nervous by a bicycle bell,
they are liable to make some unex
pected movement that may lead to a
collision. I remember a case of mu
tual dodging at a street crossing In
New York, between myself and a Indy
whom my bell had startled, which
came near being annoying. Perhaps
the custom in Paris of hanging a little
sleigh bell loosely from the handle bar
is safer. It jingles all the time, some
what to the annoyance of the rid;r;
but it has a faint horse car suggesti on
which keeps the public on the lookout.
Nowhere in Europe did I see the brutal
quadrupedal "scorching" that is such
a nuisance and such a danger with us.
Another device I found to be in v?ry
general use in Tyrol. This ls a snap
clip for holding the front wheel In
line with the machine, so that lt nay
oe stood against a tree or any other
support without falling. It is useful
In pushing up hill with the hand on
the saddle. Tbe direction is changed
by lifting the hind wheel to right or
left The clip ,1s set or released in a
As we left onr lunching place we
found the yoong towheads o ! the farm
standing in mute and respectful won
derment about our. wheels. We giive
them a bit of a ride, two ut a thee,
and left them enriched with the mem
ory of a s ensation they had never be
fore known, and will neve.* repeat
anti never will forset
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Xot Instantaneously, lt ls true, but in a snort
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Bitters, an antl-blllous medicine and aperient
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and through the right shoulder blade, theajak^..
headache, nausea, constipation and ssffrfB nue
of the skin, are entirely removed by ?his esti
mable restorative of tone to the organs of se
cretion and digestion.
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Egyptian tomb, dfitlng about 3,000 B. C.
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TEE DOMAIN OF STYLE.
COWNS WORN BY SOME OF NEW
YORK'S WELL-KNOWN WOMEN.
A New Fad Organized by Metropolitan
Damen-Proper Cultivation of the Voice
-An Imposing Brunette's Fetching
Frock-Opera Singer's Neat Costume.
(Special New York Letter.)
New York women are never satisfied
unless organizing some new fad. Now
it is a society to cultivate the proper
use of the voice in conversation. Thp
promoters claim that the voice betrays
the character of -the person to a far
greater extent than most of ns realize.
Many people express but one condi
tion-mental or physical-when speak
ing. Sometimes it is weariness, ner
vousness, placidity, self-confidence,
timidity, the spirit of martyrdom or
The idea appeals evidently to many,
as the club is already one of the largj
est in town. Many well-known society
women have entered their names on
the roll of membership.
At a 4 o'clock tea the other day I
heard Mrs. H. S. Kissam discussing
this theme with Miss Bertha Marie
Paree. Mrs. Kissam is a magnificent
looking woman, and, when I saw her,
wore a gown of dove-gray canvas, made
with a stylish jacket of a blazer pat
ten*. Her coat was lined with beflow
ered pink silk which made a pretty
contrast. Miss Paree is a lecturer on
the use of the voice. Her head is ex
quisitely pois?d; and her graoeful
figuro was well outlined in a tailor
made snit of blue check in two tones.
The skirt wafa perfectly plain, and set
off by the dapper three-button cut-a
way, with a stylish seeded silk waist
coat peeping coquettishly out.
? An unusually fetching frock I saw at
the Opera.-when the whole house rose
en-masse to bid ?u-revoir to Mme.
Calve at her last appearance at the
Metropolitan. It was worn by an im
posing brunette, with a coat that looked
as if the wearer were moulded into it.
The coat design was quite new-#-a tight
fitting Eton, with double' fevers to
show a lace chemisette, and held in
place at the waist in front by a belt
A FETCHING FROCK.
attached. The material was a hand
s?gwAlack-olQ?^yifo a ha?Fl???e~of"
Speaking of opera, it seems a pity
that our New York, managers do mot
issue sonu' such regulation as the one
recently put in force at the Imperial
Opera Hon .'.Vienna. There the rule
says thn? not more than three recalls
shall be allowed at the end of an act
exoept on first nights. At her fare
well, Calve, after bowing thanks nine
times, was compelled to cross and re
cross in front of the curtain sixteen
times. The fatigue of this, after the
.N'l'AT GOWN OF THE CHECK PATTEB?J.
labor of singing the principal role in
Faust, must he intense. She may well
ask to be saved from her friends.
While dining in the Frenchiest of
French restaurants last week, the cen
tre of New York Bohemia, I saw Miss
Amanda Fabris with a party of friends.
Miss Fabris is a leading member of the
Whitney Opera Company, and has been
more than successful in the beautiful
Irish opera, "Brian Boru." Her fig
ure is her strong point of beauty, and
she is a- coloratura soprano of consid
erable skill. On or off the stage she
is considered one of the best dressed
women in town. Her gown when I saw
her was simplicity itself-of a neat
check pattern, the skirt perfectly cut
and hanging faultlessly, with a smart
single-breasted box fly front coat. That
it was the latest style goes without say^
Miss Lilian Bell, the Chicago girl
who has gained a high place among the
polite novel writers, has been here en
route for Europe where she will write
and travel during the next two years.
Of late she haa been reading in many
parts of the country.
London womon are getting very art
ful in the usa of veils, ar "fall nets,"
as they call them. This season they are
making their complexions dazzling by
attaching under the black veil a piece
of flesh pink tulle whioh, they claim,
makes a muddy complexion look as
A SUIT OF BLUE CHECK IN TWO TOKES.
delicate and fresh as the blurb on the
skin of a luscious peach.
The costumes illustrated herewith
were designed by The National Cloak
Co., of New York.
?* MIXED THE STEWPAMS.
The Disastrous Mistake Made by a Young
Married Man in Louisville.
A young married'man of Louisville,
who lived with his wife and twe small
boys in a suburban cottage dering the
summer, had a very interesting experi
ence with razors not long ago. It was
his habit to shave himself while his
wife was preparing breakfast, and, of
course, he was not expected to. know
' GOWN OF DOVE-GBAY.
that she had two small stewpans just
"sliko-whatlSusiness have men to know
anything about stewpans, anyway? He
walked out of the bed room, saw his
customary little stewpan of hot water
simmering on tho hob, poured its
steaming contents into h??? shaving
mug, and went back to his toilet.
When called out to breakfast, some
fifteen minutes later, he emerged in a
very red and scarified condition, and
had a few remarks to make.
"By George! Never while I live
will I ever try to economise again.
That cheap shaving soap which I
bought is a perfect fraud. I couldn't
make it lather to save my lile, and I
got so nervous that I've gone and
hacked my face all to pieces."
The |wife was still busy putting
breakfast on the table, but she had
time for a few sympathizing remarks.
Then she turned to the fire with a sur
prised air, and said:
"What's become of that syrup?"
"What syrup?" the man with the
mangled chin inquired.
"Why, I made some sugar syrup for
the batter cakes; it was cooking right
here on the stove, and it is not here.
Where on earth is it?"
"Was it ih a little stewpan?" the
man asked-"a little stewpan just like
the one vou generally put my hot water
"Yes," she said. "Did you do any
thing with it?"
"What I did to it was aplenty," said
the man. "I took it and shaved with
Of course, everybody laughed, and
everybody was a trifle vexed. The
husband thought the wife ought to
have posted him on the stewpans; the -
wife thought the husband ought not
to walk off with stewpans without ask
ing questions, and the. children still
think it is a queer father who will cheat
his own infants out of syrup on their
batter cakes.-Louisville Courier-Jour
The nistory of the Kile.
The invention of the kite is usually
attributed to the Chinese. The first
man on actual record as haring nsed
the kite is Archytas (about 400 B. C.).
For what purpose he employed it I
have been unable to apcerta .n, but it
is not probable that he accomplished
anything of scientific importance; and
it was not until 1749, when Dr. Alex
ander Wilson and Mr. Thomas Mel
ville, in Scotland, used it for taking
the temperature of the uppe : air, that
the kite showed possibilities of becom
ing a useful and scientific apparatus.
Franklin's well-known experiment of
obtaining atmospheric electricity by
means of a kite again drew attention
to it. It is, however, within the last
decade that the kite has gained nearly
all of its importance, and this, is due to
its development by men who have
studied it, and the forces acting upon
it, iii a scientific Way. Among others
may be named Marvin, Langley, Har
grave and Eddy; by their labors a
hitherto useless toy has become an im
portant scientific apparatns.-Century.
BIU rout inf,- by Machine.
A bill-posting machine, which sticks
billa on walls, even as high as fifty feet,
without the use of ladder or paste pot,
is doing successful work :in Paris.
Theatrical people are delighted with it.
OUK BUDGET OF HUMOR.
LAUGHTER-PROVOKING STORIES FOR
- . LOVERS OF FUN.
TIio Dade anil the Maid-Too MncU tn
i Evidence-Ail Left-Foll.of Ginger
i Ead Passed the Limit-She Wat Kot
* Cut-Trapped in''III B Lair, Etc, Etc
"Ito wicked thought has e'er," said he.
''Found lodgment in my mind." u\
"I guessed as much," responded she, ?j
"Nor any other Mad." *3
: ' <^ -Cleveland Leader,
"Was there anything left of the estate
after it got through the courts?"
"Oh, yes, the heirs."-Chicago
Too Mach in Evidence. '
Mrs Highly-"Is Mrs. Parvenu ? so
Mrs. Smartly-"Ko. She is au ex?
""*" Had Paned the Limit.
Molly-"A gypsy once told me 1
.vould be married before I was thirty."
Dolly-"That ought to cure you of
superstition."-Life. - --
FnU or Ginger.
"Anything exciting about a horse
"You bet! Everything goes with a
jump."-Detroit Free Press.
Ko Problem at aU. '
"Why is it that some women look so
ugly on the bicycle?"
"Because they are the same women
who look so ugly off the bicycle."
"A Good Way.
Herdso-"Did you get a. guide to
ascend the Matterhorn?"
Ben A. Broad-"Just so. Paid him
three dollars to go up and tell me how
' Trapped in His Lair. '
"Pa, what is your busy day?'
"Well, sonny, it is when I stay at
home to rest and your mother gets me
to do a few little odd jobs around the
house. "-Detroit Free Press. .
Boiling His Bill. '.
Waiter (seeing dissatisfaction on
guest's face) - "Wasn't the dinner
cooked to suit yon, sir?"
Guest-"Yes, all but the bill. Just
take that back and tell them to boil' it
down a little."
Proof at Hand. .
"They say," said Jones, "that the
contented woman is going out."
"Yes, there she goes," said Brown,
as his pretty little wife tripped down
the stairs and kissed her hand to him.
There Was a Difference.
Mamma-"Edgar, I wish you
wouldn't put so much in your mouth at
a time; it is so ill bred."
Edgar-'Tes, but it faint. " !
"Why isn't it?"
"Because it's cake!"-New York.
"What Other Use Could It Have? . .
Mrs. Snooper (reading)-"A New
Jersey paper mill has produced a sheet
of paper six feet wide and seven miles
Snooper-"For some ice dealer lo
make out a bill on, I suppose."-Har
So Perished the Doubt.
"Do you think he's worthy of our
daughter?" asked the old gentleman
"Worthy!" exclamed Mrs. Bloomer,
as if astonished at the question, "why,
he has a record of twenty-six century
She Won Kot Out.
Wife-"How very extravagant yon
are, George, to pay seven dollars for a
Hasband-"Why, confound it, you
paid, twenty-seven for yours!"
Wife-"No such thing; I told them
to send the bill to you."--Harper's
His Ominous Behavior.
Nurse-"Please, mum, you must
send for the doctor quick for little
Mistress-"Horrors! What is the
Nurse-"I don't know, mum; but
he hasn't been np to any mischief
for two hours."-Golden Penny.
Activity in His Affairs. 9. 3
"Have you made any advances in
your business?" asked tne young law
"Yes," was the reply. "Two of
"No. My clerks. They said they
needed money, so I advanced them $10
Agreed With Him. ' V
"I tell you," said the man who is
always excited, "the world is on the
verge of another revolution."
"That's true," replied his friend
who keeps cool.
"And there's no telling where it will
"Oh, yes, there is. It will end in
twenty-four hours and start right over
again, the same as usual."-Washing
Personality of the King of Greece.
"The Royal Family of Greece" is the
subject of a paper by Benjamin Ide
Wheeler in the Century. Professor
Wheeler says: Personally the King is
a sociable, companionable man, fond of
a joke, particularly susceptible to the
flavor of American humor, and not at
all stringent in the minutia? of official
etiquette; he sometimes gives one the
impression that he will be glad when
the formal part of the ceremony is over.
He is often seen walking in the parks
or o ? the sidewalks of his capital, and
in the seclusion.oi his garden rejoices
in the use . of an American bicycle,
which no interpretation of royal license
wonld permit him to ride upon tho
highways. He is, however, a rigid
disciplinarian, and his children have
been brought up to feel the full force
of the authority of the Teutonic house
father. The Crown Prince, now
twenty-eight years old and father of a
family, still looks to him, as do all his
other ohildren, for permission and ad
vice in regard to all their goings and
Among the traditions of tba Chero
kee Indians is one asserting that long
before the time of Columbus-even be
fore the red men had settled along the
Atlantic coast;-a comparatively well
civilized race, with a knowledge of tho
mechanical arts, lived in the valleys of
the Southern Allegheny Mountains.
They had a knowledge of the working
of metals and dug mines for gold and
mica in the mountain sides. In cor
roboration of this legend there are still
to be found in the. present rich mica
mines in Western North Carolina evi
dences of having been worked a long
time ago. The shafts remaining indi
cate the workers to have been pos
sessed of considerable mechanical
THOS. 1 ADAMS. PROPRIETOR.
EDGEE?ELD, S. C., THURSDAY, APRIL 7, 1892.
VOL. LVII. NO. 13.
Snake Skins as Fancy Work,
The ingenuity of woman has com
passed a new use for snakes by the dis
covery that the decorative cast skins
. of the creeping tribe may be converted
into bazaar attractions.
A well known savant, whose sanctum
is lined from floor to celling with glass
cases whence venomous eyes regard his
visitors with futile fury, is besieged by
ladles covetous of novelties for their
stalls, who beg eloquently for the cast
off clothing of his reptilian pets.
"At times," he says, "I have on hand
a large wardrobe of cast skins-a
bankrupt stock, so to put lt, of 'returned
empties'-some perfect, many 'mis
fits' and a few damaged goods. A really
fine specimen like this"-he held up
for admiration a tawny golden sheeny
length of scales-"brings quite a high
price at a bazaar, t:.d many of my lady
friends, weary of working the ever
lasting 'crewel,' or perpetuating the
many useless inventions of the fem
inine needle, 'bespeak' a skin some
months before it is.due, and are often
quite angry that I cannot Induce a
snake to shed his skin with due regard
to a specified bazaar date.
"These ladies argue that it is great
saving of labor to substitute the ready
made clothing of the snake worked for
a tobacco pouch or blossoming braces,
while experience shows that the aver
age man readily invests in a good
snake skin."-New York Herald.
The Microbes of Rinderpest
Professor E. Symes-Thompson re
cently delivered at Gresham College a
course of four lectures on "Bacteria
and Disease." Referring to the in
vestigations now being made into the
cause of the rinderpest In South Af
rica, he expressed his beief that the
microbe discovered by Dr. Eddington
at Grahamstown might be regarded as
the microbe of rinderpest. Professor
Koch appeared to have ascertained
that the organisms could be trans
ferred from animal to animal, for In
stance: The disease produced was
much milder than in the case of others.
It would probably be found that the
Inoculation of the less virulent form
of rinderpest would render cattle Im
mune to the more virulent form, ex
actly as vaccination rendered us Im
mune to small pox.-London Inven
Where Ignorance is Bliss.
"What," he demanded severely,
"must we think of a woman who tries
to be like a man?"
"That she doesn't know him," an
swered his wife.
He made no rejoinder,but there was
a subtle fomething in the way he went
and shook down the furnace to sug
gest that his mind was ever, yet not
entirely at rest-Detroit Journal.
Joke Is on Him.
"You know the mean tenant that
Chipper is always complaining about?"
"Well, Chipper thinks he has an
awful good joke on him. The tenant
burned up one bide of the coal shed for
kindling wood and now the neighbors
get in at night and steal his coal. "
Cleveland Plain Dealer.
Baby's Sore ?lead
and chafed ?kin are quickly cured by Tetteriue.
Don't let tho poor little thing scream Itself Into
spasms when relief ls so easy. Every skin
trouble from a simple chafe or chap to tho
worst case of Tetter or Ringworm ls cured
quickly and surely by Tottorlno. At druggists,
or by mail for 50c. In stampB by J. T. Shuptrine,
a very lively boom In ? urna, Ariz.
WBEK bilious or costive, oat a Cascare*,
ciiiuly cathartic; cure guaranteed; 10c., 25c.
Telia Her Experience With
A dull, throbbing pain, accompanied
by a sense of tenderness and heat low
down in the side, with an occasional
shooting pain, indicates inflammation.
On examination it will be found that
the region of pain shows some swelling.
This is the first stage of ovaritis, in
flammation of the ovary. If thc roof of
your house leaks, my sister, you have
it fixed at once ; why not pay the same
respect to your own body ?
Do you live miles away from a doc
tor ? Then that is
all the more reason
why you should at
tend to yourself at
once, or you will
soon be on the flat
of your back.
to let your
self go, \
when one of
sex holds out the help
ing hand to you, and
will advise you without money and
without price. Write to Mrs. Pinkham,
Lynn, Mass., and tell her all your symp
toms. Her experience in treating female
ills is greater than any other living per
son. Following is proof of what we say:
" For nine years I suffered with fe
male weakness in its worst, form. I
was in bed nearly a year with conges
tion of the ovaries. I also suffered
with falling of the womb, was very
weak, tired all the time, had such
headaches as to make me almost wild.
Was also troubled with leucorrhoea,
and was bloated so badly that some
thought I had dropsy. I have taken
several bottles of Lydia E. Pinkhams
Vegetable Compound, and ceveral of
her Blood Purifier, and am completely
cured. It is a wonder to all that I got
welL I shall always owe Mrs. Pink
ham a debt of gratitude for her kind
ness. I would advise all who suffer
lo take her mediciue."--MBS. ANNIE
CURTIS, Ticonderoga, N. Y.
Every ingredient in
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'soothed, the stomach
I benefited by this delicious'
Quenches the thirst, tickles
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He Knew Where To Go.
The Boston Traveler recounts a
funny incident which took place in
the superior court in that city in the
trial of one Bebro. A witness, after
telling some of Bebro's alleged faults,
went on to recount an unpleasant ex
perience he had with the accused a
few weeks before the matter got into
"I called at his office,"said the wit
ness, "to try to compel him to return
the money he secured from me by false
representation. He ordered me from
his office and as I didn't care to be
assaulted I concluded to obey him. As
I was going ont he told me to go to
"And in consequence of what he
tdd you to do, what did you do?"
inquired Assistant District Attorney
"Went straight to police headquar
ters," replied the witness.
It is needless to add that the sol
emnity of the court was disturbed foi
the next five minutes.
An Intimate Acquaintance.
Daisy-Oh, Dolly, I have had such
a nasty, spiteful, anonymous letter!
Dolly-Who was it from?
Daisy-I don't know; can yon guess?
The wicked creature says I am a
vain, silly, frivolous, chattering, over
dressed, empty-headed flirt.
Dolly-I really can't imagine, but
(reflecting) I think it must be some
one who knows you quite well,
Bacon-Cousin says he can count,
all of his relatives on his two hands.
Egbert-Well, I don't see why he
shouldn't; that's where he seems to
have them most of the time. -Yonkers
pie and booklet free. ld. STERLING BEXEDT C<
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and 30.000 patients annually. Special instruc
tion ls given dally at tho besldo of the sick.
The n?xt session begins October 14th, 18OT. For
catalogue and information address:
Prof. S. E. (.'Il AILLK. 31. I>., Dean,
rsrp. 0. Drawer 201. NEW ORLEANS, LA.
? MAKE LOANS on
. LIFE INSURANCE POLICIES.
If you nave a policy in the New York Life,
Kquitable Life or Mutual Life and would
like to secure a Loan, write us giving number
of your policy, and wo will be pleased to quote
TlieE'fisli-AraericaiiLofiiiaBi Trust Co..
No.IS Kquitable Building, Atlanta, Ga.
??iw? Specific Tatt
Cure Bright's Disease. Diabetes, Stricture, Gleet}
and all chronic or acute affections of tho genito
urinary system. Restore weak organs and mi
part vigor to both body and mind. One box
S 1.00: threo boxes $2.50, by mall. Propared by
HAGGARD SPECIFIC CO., Atlanta, Gs.
Wholesale by Lamar St Rankin Drug Co.
IMPROVED HUNTER F?LL CIRCLE "All
Steel" and Woodeu (steel lined) shipped on trial
to reliable panie*. FULLY GUARANTEED.
ir WRITE FUR CATALOGUE AND PRICES.
.tl. B. LEWIS, Lessee,
-MERIDIAN MACHTE SHOPS
Box A ^lEKlDIAN, MISS.
MENTION THIS P?PERusers.
i writing to adver
vi Pl SO'S CURE FOR
"(Mts VTHtRE ALL USE FAILS. "
Best Couch 8; rup. Tastes Good. Ure
in time. "Sold bj drugglata.
Inquirer-My man, do you consider
your way o? life a healthy one?"
Tramp-Don't kno v aoout that; but
I know a chap has to be healthy to be
in it Just thi;ik of the many differ
ent styles of cooking we have to put
up with.-Boston Transcript.
Weight Doesn't Count.
A large brain does not signify in
tellect The brain of an illiterate
person in a low station in life has
been found to outweigh those of the
most celebrated scientists, poets and
Ko-To-Bnc for Fifty Cents.
Over 400,00(1 cured. Why not lot No-To-Bac
regulate or temora your desire for tobacco?
Saves money, makes health and manhood.
Cure guaranteed. SO cents and 91.00, at all
The bones cr tomba of more than 200 .giants
have been found lu various parts of Europe.
Fits permai. ontly cured. No lits or nervous
ness after first day's use of Ur. Kline's Great
Nerve Restorer, (?'trial bottl.'and treatise free.
Dit. R. U. KLINE, Ltd., 031 A- ch St., Phlla., Pa.
Mrs. Winslow's SooUUng ?yrup for children
teething, softens the gums, reduces Inflamma
tion, allays pain, cures wind colic. 25c. a bottle
JUST try a 10c. box of Cascarete, the finest
liver and bowel regulator over made.
For the Whiskers,
Mustache, and Eyebrows.
In one preparation. Easy to
apply at home. Colors brown
or black. The Gentlemen's
favorite, because satisfactory.
a P. II ALI. h Co., IToprletor?, Nuhua. TS IL
So.J by til Drugf lit*.
yam??BNmiuiWM mw WW
aseof constipation. Cascarets are the Ideal Laxa J
rip or gripe, bat cause easr natural results. Sam-ft
).. Chicase, Montreal. Can., or Nen York. sn. J
ber & Co.'s
nade by the so-called Dutch Process in
s are used.
finest quality are used,
y a method which preserves unimpaired
tural flavor and odor of the beans,
st economical, costing less than one cent
t the genuine article made by WALTER J
hester, Mass. Established 1780.
ampi? '--?-A??-! "-'-n-'s^tjjniJmTr4*-*
ag, Boiler Coverings, Fire-Proof Paints, Etc? '
lectrical luau luting Materials.
reet. fi??w York.
: 170 k 175 North 4th St. BOSTON: 77 4 79 Pearl St.
ss and headache I have
ny family use them for
results. I cannot afford
a print shop without
ny one else can afford
are a wonder.".^,*.*,*
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Positions Guaranteed. Students of both
sexes admitted dally. No vacations. Average
course three months.
Georgia tiusiness College,