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I cannot refrain from writing to say
that your Swamp-Root has benefited me
greatly. Last year I had a severe attack
.of lumbago. Was bad for a long time,
and on seeing your advertisement, I de
termined to give it a trial. I did so and
In two weeks was cured. I gave a bottle
to a poor woman who could scarcely walk.
She came to me in four days to tell me
-?he was all right and most thankful. I
had another attack last November and
Was so bad that I could not rise from my
chair without assistance and could hardly
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?bettles, I am more than glad that I am
well again. My age being seventy-three, I
-em the more convinced of the excellence
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When a married woman prays for a
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Before taking Lydia E Pinkham's
Katick, Mass. -"I cannot express
what I went through during the change
of life before I tried
Lydia E. Pinkham's
pound. I was in such
a nervous condition
I could not keep
still. My limbs
were cold, I had
and 1 could not sleep
nights. I was finally
told by two phys
icians that I also
had a tumor. I read
one day of the wonderful cures made
by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound and decided to try it,
and it has made me a well woman.
My neighbors and friends declare it
had worked a miracle for me. Lydia
E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound is
worth its weight in gold for women
during this period of life. If it will
help others you may publish my
letter."-Mrs. NATHAN B. GREATON,
61N. Main Street, Natick, Mass.
The Change of Life is the most criti
cal period of a woman's existence.
Women everywhere should remember
that there is no other remedy known
to medicine that will so successfully
carry women through this trying
period as Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege
If yon would like special advice
about your case write a confiden
tial letter to Mrs. Pinkham, at
Lynn, Mass. Uer advice is free,
and always helpful.
ARE YOU GOING ABROAD?
In Matters of Trtvel, Consult
ARTHUR W. ROBSON
G?n?ral Steamship and Railroad Patt. Agent
127 E. Baltimore Street, Baltimore, Md.
Ticket* to and From Europe bj All Linea
Traveller's Cheques Letters of Credit
Correspondence invited or ute 'The Bell"
iPetrits Eye Salve
In his native town Jimmy had al
ways been most popular with young
and old. but when he was sent away
to boarding school, he was for a time
too homesick to make friends. His
first letter was little more than a
"I'm way behind the other boys in
everything," he wrote, dolefully.
" 'Tisn't only studies,, but it's gmyna
sium and banjos and everything. I
don't believe they'll ever have much
use for me."
But the second letter, written after
a week in the new school, was quite
diff?rent in tone.
y "Im all right," he wrote to his
nigger. "The boys say they're proud
to h?^e me here. I can stretch my
mouth TJ??? an inch wider than anj
other boy lu* 'i^h?eri;1 ?fid ? My1 ?ee? ?re
the longest by a full inch. So you
needn't worry about me any more.'.'
Had His Troubles.
"Michael Dolan, an' is it yourself?"
"Yes; sure it is."
"Well, ye know thot bletherin' spal
peen. Widdy Castigan's second hus
"That I do."
"He bet me a b?h to a pint of whis
ky I couldn't swally an egg without
breakin' the shell uv it."
"An' ye did it?"
"Then phawts allin' ye?"
Ti's doon there," laying hi? nano,
c i the lower part of his waist-coat.
'If I jump about I'll break it and
cut me stomach wid the shell, an' if
I kape quiet it'll hatch and I'll have
a Shanghai rooster scratchin' me in
FEED YOUNG GIRLS
Must Have Right Food While Growing.
Great care should be taken at the
critical period when the young girl is
just merging into womanhood that the
diet shall contain that which is up
building and nothing harmful.
At that age the structure is being
formed and if formed of a healthy,
sturdy character, health and happiness
will follow; on the other hand un
healthy cells may be built in and a
sick condition slowly supervene which,
if not checked, may ripen into a
chronic condition and cause life-long
A young lady says:
"Coffee began to have such an effect
on my stomach a few years agr? that I
finally quit using it It brought on
headaches, pains in my muscles, and
'I tried to use tea in its stead, but
found its effects even worse than those
I suffered from coffee. Then for a long
time I drank milk at my meals, but at
last it palled on me. A friend came to
the rescue with the suggestion that I
"I did so, only to find at first, that I
didn't fancy it But I had heard of so
many persons who had been benefited
by its use that I persevered, and when
I had it made right-according to di
rections on the package-I found lt
grateful in flavour and soothing and
strengthening to my stomach. I can
find no words to express my feeling
of what I owe to Postum !
"In every respect ic has worked a
wonderful improvement - the head
aches, nervousness, the pains in my
side and back, all the distressing
symptoms yielded to the magic power
of Postum. My brain seems also to
share in the betterment of my phys
ical condition; it seems keener, more
alert and brighter. I am, in short, in
better health now than for a long
while before, and I am sure I owe it
to the use of your Postum." Name
given hy Postum Company, Battle
"There's a reason."
Ever read the above ?etterf A new
one appears from time to time. Tuer
nre genuine, true, and full of human
ALL PALMETTO PARAGRAPHS
News Items From Different Sections
of South Carolina Briefly Told
Under This Head.
Columbia.-Secretary Hamby, of the
chamber of commerce, was arrested,
charged with violating a city ordi
nance by placing a sign on the siq>
walk. The sign was one urging cit
izens to contribute to an advertising
Greenville.-L>. C. Hardie, of Fort
Worth, Tex., was elected secretary of
the Greenville Y. M. C. A. It is hop
ed to have the new building ready for
occupancy by October 1.
Columbia-Dr. Julius D. Dreer, for
years president of Roanoke College,
and later United States consul at
Tahiti, Society Islands, is delighted
with his new consular assignment,
which is Port Antonio, Jamaica,
Yorkville.-The first annual cow
show was a success. C?ws, Heifers,
bulls and calves were entered for ex
hibition and competition for the at
tractive list of cash premiums were
brought in until there were about
sixty of the finest animals ever as
sembled together here.
Sumter.-Postmaster Shore has re
ceived notice that Sumter will be made
a postal saving bank . station, and
that the banking department is to
open about June 1.
Yorkville.-Maj. Miles J. Walker,
surgeon of the First regiment, Nation
al Guard of South Carolina, left for
San Antonio, Tex., tor 14 days' ser
vice on the Mexican and Texan bord
Charleston.-Governor and Mrs.
Blease participated in the crowning
of the King of the fifty-seventh
Schuetzenfest of the German rifle
Laurens.-Misses Julia Irby and
Jenette MacFarlane have about com
pleted arrangements for opening up
the Laurens hospital. They expect to
be able to have a formal opening by
Aiken.-At the most enthusiastic
road meeting ever held in Aiken
county, $1,110 was subscriber toward
buildig a highway from Augusta to
Aiken. This sum wassubscribed by
only 27 men. Many others signified
their intention of subscribing.
Dillon.-The court house commis
sion let the contract ?or the building
of the court house and the jail to
a Charlotte man for $75,149. It is
to be completed in 12 months' time.
A Columbia man got the contract for
the heating system at $1,660.
Washington.-At a meeting of the
league of Republican state clubs held
here, Capt. John G. Capers, of South
Carolina, formerly commissioner of
internal revenue, was elected presi
dent of the league. In accepting the
presidency, Cap?. Capers eulogized
Mr. Taft and endorsement of the ad
ministration was the key note of all
Charleston.-At Old St. Phillips
church, whose steeple was a target
for federal naval gunners during the
siege of Charleston in the war be
tween the sections, the woman's aux
iliary to the board of missions of the
Episcopal diocese of South Carolina
met. Mrs. A. R. Heyward, of colum
Charleston.-Rumors have been p r
isistently floating about in railway
circles in Charleston to the effect that
the Seaboard Air Line system was
completing arrangements to enter this
city from the North. According to
the same source of information the
road expects to have its own rails
laid into Charleston within twelve
months' time. As yet the report has
not been strengthened by any of
ficial statement from the Seaboard
Edgefield.-Johnston, the fairest
young city between Columbia and
Augusta, is not only a place abreast
of the times and of wonderful ma
terial growth and advancement, but
the residence of religious and educa
tional thought and activity. A year
ago the Baptists there conceived the
idea of replacing their wooden church
building with a modern brick struc
ture. Immediately the forces were
put into operation-committees were
appointed-and as one man they went
to work with a determined energy,
and their fondest hopes have been
realized, for today there stands upon
the old site one of the handsomest
and most commodious church build
ings, not only in the state, but the
South-one that would be an orna
ment to any city.
Sumter.-Bernard Manning, son of
Hon. R. I. Manning, and a recent
graduate of the University of South
Carolina, is awaiting assignment to a
consular post, having passed with
credit the service examination.
Bi8hopville.-The town of Blshop
ville recently employed a detective
agency to catch the violators of the
prohibition ordinance of the towyi
and as a result J. W. Ashburn, assist
ed by a number of his force, has se
cured a number of convictions before
the mayor. So far the mayor has
imposed fines aggregating nearly one
Columbia.-Associate Justice Eu
gene B. Gary granted bail to Georgie
Brownfield, a woman charged with
arson in the county erf Williamsburg.
The bond was fixed in the sum of
Charleston.-Secretary McKeand of
the chamber of commerce, has named
the following committee to handle the
300-mile-road-in-a-day proposition from
Charleston to Asheville, to be con
structed some time in July; F. J. D.
Felder of Orangeburg, B. F. Alston
of Union, E. B. Adams of Greenville,
Dr. F. A. Coward of Columbia and
E. H. Aull of Newberry.
Sumter.-Sumter is to have a new
model hotel, up-to-date in all par
ticulars, and one that she will be
Bishopville.-A committee of 12 wo
men, four of whom were from each
of the three* churches in town
Presbyterian, Baptist and Methodist
has canvassed the town in behalf of
the Chinese sufferers and their ap
peal was liberally responded to. One
hundred and ninety dollars was do
nated by the citizens of Bishopville
and this sum was immediately tele
graphed to the New York office of
the relief fund.
A trial package of Manyon'* Paw Paw
Pills will be sent free to anyone on re
quest. Address Professor Munyon, 63d &
Jefferson Sts., Philadelphia, Pa. If you are
in need of medical advice, do not "fail to
write Professor Munyon. Your communi
cation will be treated in strict confidence,
and your case will be diagnosed aa care
fully as though you had a personal inter
Munyon's Paw Paw Pill? are unlike
all other laxatives or cathartics. ,'They
coax the liver into activity by gentle
mothoda. They do not scour, they do
not gTlpe, they do not weaken, but they
do start all the secretions of the fiver
and stomach in a way that soon puts
these organs in a healthy condition and
corrects constipation. In my opinion
constipation is responsible for most ail
ments. There are 28 feet of human
bowels, which is really a sewer pipe.
"When this pipe becomes clogged the
whole system becomes , poisoned, caus
ing biliousness, indigestion and impure
blood, which often produce rheumatism
and kidney ailments. No woman who
suffers with constipation or any fiver
ailment can expect to have a clear
complexion or enjoy good health. If
I had my way I would prohibit the sale
of nine-tenths of the cathartics that are
now being sold for the reason that they
soon destroy the lining of the stomach,
setting up serious forms of indigesti?n,
and so paralyze the bowels that-.they re
fuse to act unless forced by' strong
I Munyon's Paw Paw Pill? are a tonic
to the stomach, liver and nerves. They
invigorate instead of weaken; they en
rich the bioo'd instead of Impoverish
it; they enable the stomach to get all
the nourishment from food that is put
These pills contain no calomel, no
dope; they are soothing, healing and
stimulating. They school the bowels
to act without physic.
Regular size bottle, containing 45 pills,
25 cents. Munyon's Laboratory, 53d &
Jefferson Sts.. Philadelphia.
A Strange Situation.
"Humor is a funny thing," said
"It ought to be," said the Philoso
"Oh, I don't mean that may," said
Binks. "I mean that lt ls a strange
thing. Now, I Ai't speak French,
but I can alw^fl?^^^
joke, and I can speak English, but
I'm blest if I can see an English joke."
"Most people are," said the Philo
"Are what?" said Binks.
"Blest If they can see an English
Joke," said the Philosopher. "It is a
sign of an unusually keen vision."
Difficult to Answer.
Explaining the happenings of the
sixth day of the creation, Miss Fran
ces Hartz read to her Sabbath school
class: "And the Lord God formed man
out of the dust of the ground."
"Well," spoke up one kid, "that's
nothing new. Did he put him in the
sun t6 dry, the way we do our mud
Miss Hartz discreetly slurred the
answer and proceeded with | her les
"I am going to ask your father
tonight for your hand in marriage."
"How dreadfully old fashioned you
"In what way?"
"Don't ask him; tell him."
A Strong Preference.
"She is literary, isn't she?"
"Yes, indeed; she'd rather read than
do housework any day."
Is it possible to nourish, streng
build the Brain by Food?
Every man who thinks uses u]
brain each day. Why don't it
and leave an empty skull in sa)
brain work? Because the man
If he builds a little less than
brain fag and nervous prostratioi
If he builds back a little more ?
brain grows stronger and more c
also is sure. Where does man get
to rebuild his brain? Is it from a
ice of the Arctic sea? When
think about it, the rebuilding m
be in the food and drink.
That also 1B sure.
Are the brain rebuilding mater
all food? In a good variety but n
proportion In all.
To Illustrate: we know bones ai
ly of lime and magnesia taken
therefore to make healthy bone
must have food containing these
would hardly feed only sugar and
healthy bone structure in a grov,
Likewise if we would feed in a
ner to insure getting what the b
for strength and rebuilding, we m
what the brain ls composed of an
some article or articles (there ai
one) that contain these elements.
Analysis of brain by an u:
authority, Geoghegan, shows of M
Phosphoric Acid and Potash con
phate of Potash) 2.91 per cent
5.33 of all mineral Salts.
This is over one-half.
Beaunis, another authority, :
HOW TO CURE RHEUMATISM.
The cause of rheumatism is excess
uric acid in the blood. To cure rheum
atism this acid must be expelled from
the system. Rheumatism is an inter
nal disease and requires an internal
remedy. Rubbing with oils and lini
ments may ease the pain, but they will
no more cure rheumatism than paint
will change the fiber of rotten wood.
Cures Rheumatism To Stay Cured.
Science has discovered a perfect and
complete cure called Rheumaclcte. Test
ed in hundreds of cases, it has effected
marvelous cures. Rheumacide removes
the cause, gets at the Joints from the
inside, sweeps the poisons out of the
system, tones up the stomach, regulates
the bowels and kidneys. Sold by drug
gists at BOc. and fl; in the tablet form
at 25c. and 50c, by mall. Booklet free.
Bobbitt Chemical Co., Baltimore. Md.
Ceta At The Joint? From The Inside.
? Question of Change.
A story is going the rounds of a
couple of young people who attended
church recently. When the collection
was being taken up the young man
commenced fishing in his pocket for a
dime. His face expressed hin em
barrassment as he hoarsely whis
pered: "I guess I haven't a cent, I
changed my pants." The young lady,
who had been examining the unknown
regions of woman's dress for her
purse, turned a pink color and said,
"I'm in the same fix."
Eczema? Ute Tetterlne.
"I have been troubled with Eczema on
the face for nearly two years, and a few
applications of Tetterlne and the use of
Tetterlne Soap has entlrelv cured me. I
cannot say too much for Its praise."
. Myricks. Maas. Mrs. S. A. Haskins.
Tetterlne cures Eczema. Dandruff. Itch
ing Piles, Rlne Worm an " every form of
Pcnlp- and Skin Disease. Tetterlne 50c;
Tetterlne Soap 2Cc. At druegista. or by
mall direct from The Shuptrlne Co., Sa
With every Broil order for Tetterlne we
rive a box of Shuptrine's 10c Liver Pills
free. ? _
A Poetic Prosecutor.
John Burns, city prosecutor of St.
Paul, was trying to show Judge Fine
hout why some young men ought to
be fined for tearing pickets off the
fence of Mrs. Joe Goesik. Mr. Burns
"I know Mike Chicket tore off that
picket, and the lady took offence."
"No lady is charged with taking a
fence," replied Judge FInehout, "and,
besides, this is no place for poetry."
Causing Loss of Appetite. Headache
and Bilious attacks prevented by Elixir
Bnbek, a splendid remedy for such ail
"Myself and whole household had suf
fered very much for some time with
Malarial Fever. 'Elixir Babek' has
cured us perfectly, so that we enjoy at
present the best of health."-Jacob Eb
erly. Fairfax Court House, Va.
Elixir Babek 50 cents, all druggists or
Kloczewskl & Co., Washington D. C.
Obliging Shopman (to lady who has
purchased a pound of butter)-Shall I
send lt for you, madam? '
Lady-No, thank you. It won't be
too heavy for me.
Obliging Shopman-Oh, no, madam,
I'll make lt as light as I possibly
TO DRIVE OCT MALARIA
AND Bf ILL? DP THE 8TSTEM
Tako the Old Standard GROVBTS TASTKLKSS
CHILL TONIC. You know what yon are takln?.
The formula ls plainly printed on every bottle,
showing lt ls simply Quinine and Iron In & taste
leas form. Tho (Julnlno drives out tho malaria
and the iron builds up the system. Sold by all
dealers tor 80 years. Price GO cents.
I Fine Scheme.
Wife-Please match this piece of
silk for me before you come home.
Husband-At the counter where the
sweet little blonde Wv -ks? The one
with the soulfu. eyes and
for me when your day's work Ls done,
dear. On second thought, I won't
Thus the inquisitive boarder:
"What has become of the old-fash
ioned woman who used to call a wed
ding reception an infare?"
Response by the white-haired
"I think she married the old
fashioned man who used to crack his
knuckles regularly twice a day."
To the Point.
Over in Hoboken in a shop frequent
ed by Germans, hangs a sign framed In
mournful black, reading thus:
"We regret to inform our honored
customers that our good and generous
friend, Mr. Credit, expired today. He
was a noble soul, always willing and
helpful, but has been failing for some
time. May he rest In peaca. PAY
"I understand that sixteen dliTerent
women have brought suit for breach
of promise against Riter. What's his
"Oh, he claims that he was simply
gettings material for his annual out
put of summer love stories."-Puck.
[then and Re
p part of the
' a month of
i result sure.
jach day, the
: the material
ilr, sky or the
you come to
lals found in
ot in suitable
?e made large
f rom food ;
[ fat to make
ust first know
d then select
re more than
of the total,
phoric Acid combined"
cent from a total of 10
Considerable more ti
phate of Potash.
Analysis of Grape-Ni
and Phosphorus (whicl
phate of Potash) is co
one-half of all the min
Dr. Geo. W. Carey,
constituent elements ol
gray matter of the brai
by the inorganic cell-!
phate (Phosphate of Po
with albumen and by '
creates nerve fluid or 1
brain. Of course, the:
salts and other organic
but Potassium Phosph?
and has the power wltl
Its own law of affinity
manufacture the elixir ?
Further on he says: "
of the matter is to supp
and in molecular form,
nlshe8 it in vegetables,
Tho natural conclusio
of Potash ls the neede
brain and you usu food
It, you have brain fag b
On the contrary, if j
be rich in this element
life forces that which
Mind does not work 1
broken down by lack of
A peaceful and evenlj
sary to good digestion.
TJF?TER FOR MEN, WOMETTAND
SALT3.0R PILLEAS AT SWEETENS AND CLEAN
IS FAR MOSS FLEA
IS THE IDEAL FAMILY LAXATIV
IT GIVES SATISFACTION TO AI
ALWAYS BENEFICIAL IN ITS EH
AND PERFECTLY SAFE AT ALL 1
NOTE THE NAME
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP
In tiie Circle,
on evenj> Package cf the Gen
ALL RELIABLE DRUGGISTS SELL THE ORIGIN
GENUINE WHEN CALLED FOR. ALTHOUGH THEY
MAKE A LARGER PROFIT BY SELLING INFERIOR P
TIOHS, YET THEY PREFER TO SELL THE GENUINE, 1
rr rs RIGHT TO DO SO AND FOR THE GOOD O
CUSTOMERS. WHEN IN NEED OF MEDICINE.'
DRUGGISTS ARE THE ONES TO DEAL WITH, A
UFE OR HEALTH MAY AT SOME TIME.CEPS?
THEIR SKILL AMD RELIABILITY
WotetfeMName of tte Com
CALIFORNIA .FIG SYRUP CO.
FRI,MED STRAIGHT ACROSS,NEAR THE BOTTOM
THE CIRCLE, MEAR THE TOP OF EVERY FACKACI
GENUINE. ONE SHE ONLY, FOR SALE BY ALL
DRUGGISTS. REGULAR PRICE Ut FER BOTT
SYLUP OF FiGS AND ELIXIR OF SENNA E
BECAUSE IT D THE ONE REMEDY WHICH AC
AND CLEANSES THE SYSTEM, WITHOUT UN
IRRITATING, DEBILITATING OR GRIPING, AND '
WAY WITH BUSINESS OR PLEASURE. IT B
INFORMED FAMILIES, WHO KNOW OF ITS V,
BENEFICIAL EFFECTS ALWAYS BUT THE GENI
W. L. DOU<
WSm *2= *3 ?3J? & ?4
W. L. Doaglad shoes cost more to make
because higher grade leathers are rued and
care. These are the reasons why W. L. Uk
an teed to hold their shape, look and flt bi
than any other shoes yon can boy.
tr BEWARE OF SUBSTTTU
Thc genuine have W. L. Dougie , c
price stamped on the bottom, which ga
and protects the wearer against high price
REFUSESUBSTITUTES CLAIMED TO ?
If your dealer cannot mpply yon with the gennlnei
for Mall Order Ca tal OR. Shoe? lent dlr?ct from faa
prepaid. W. L. Doaglau, 1*6 Sjmr lt S
SETTING A HIGH STANDARD
Child's Idea ' of Goodness Set Forth
in Perfect Faith, Without
All things are relative, and to the
with eyes as yet undimmed by"sc
phistication or sorrow, nothing is im
possible, nothing unspeakable, noth
ing too sacred to be discussed or too
difficult to be attempted. Not irrev
erence nor impertinence, but inno
cence prompts such Speeches as that
recorded of the child of a popular
journalist by his devoted paternal
"Grandma," said the little boy, de
lightedly addressing her, "do you
know what's going to happen? Papa
says that if we're real, real good,
he'll take us to the circus?"
"That's nice," smiled the young
hearted adult between whom and the
eager youngling no hint of age sepa
ration mars j erf ec t comradeship.
'How good do we have to be?"
The embryo man, after a moment
of silent consideration: "Oh, as good
as God, I guess!"
Very Much Attached.
Swenson-Why do you always hear
a ship refen-ed to as "she"?
Benson-I guess it ls because she
sometimes becomes very much at
tached to a buoy.
There ls still plenty of honey in the
rock for the man who has the pa
tience to keep on pegging away until
he gets to lt.
and Potash 73.44 per
ban one-half of Phos
11 ts shows: Potassium
i join and make Phos
nsiderable more than
leral salts in the food.
an authority on the
' the body, says: "The
n is controlled entirely
salt. Potassium Phos
tash). This salt unites
the addition of oxygen
the gray matter of the
re is a trace of other
matter in nerve fluid,
tte is the chief factor
lin itself to attract, by
, all things needed to
The beginning and end
ly the lacking principle,
exactly as nature fur
fruits and grain. To
s is the only law of
n is that if Phosphate
d mineral element in
which does not contain
tecause its daily loss is
rou eat food known to
;, you plac'e -before the
nature demands for
well on a brain that is
j poised mind is neces
fere with the
stomach and ]
bas much to
Brain ls mi
A healthy b
"do things" in
A man who
best and leas
That part whi
to the Infinite,
Mind asks f
to act, and Na
a healthy brail
is used up fro;
food which BU]
SES THE SYSTEM
SAMT TO TAIE.
LKf or FAOIACE"
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rs M A NATURAL,
PLEASANT AFTEREFFECTS AID
IHUEFORE DOES NOT INTERFERE Bl ASS
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P?isY FLY KilLER
Some Antique Mugs.
The college collector of
stopped off at Bacon, Ridge.
"Good day, sir,'* he said, addressing?
the postmaster. "1 am collecting old
fashioned articles and would Uk? tar
know if I could find anything; Hk? flucti
in this hamlet. Say antique muss, mer
Uncle Jason stroked Ins chin vbSa-f
"Antique nings! By nek. I know- thar;
very place where thar be two of tbem>
'Ton do? Here's & good cigar. Howl
where can I find these antique
"Why, down on Main street, fa.
ram Spruceby's shop. Grandad
ley and Pap Simmons are in there
getting shaved, and by nek, sba St
comes to antique mugs, I reckon.'
thara' be the oldest in the iwlij'
1 His Wurst.
The German proprietor of st 111 oom j
lyn delicatessen store bas got
enough along to pun bx Kngffsh.
writer in the New York Son
Hanging in the window of fha j
shop is this advertisement:
"The Best Yon Can Do Ia Buy Ossf
Doctor-You are considerably andes?
weight, sir. What bare yon baan daw
Patient-Nothing. Bat Tm a
Laughter will keep the
ety, fear, hate, etc, etc, directly
or stop the flow of Ptyalin, thai
3 of the mouth, and also inter
flow of the digestive juices of
he mental state of the individual
do (more than suspected) wita,
ide of Phosphate of Potash aa
Mineral Salt, added to albumen
contain that element aa
of all jts mineral salts.
rain is important, if one
sneers at "Mind" sneers st the
t understood part ot himself,
[ch some folks believe links as
or a healthy brain upon
ture has defined a way to make
a and renew it day by day aa st
m work of the previous day.
y to rebuild is by tba asa of
miles the things required. Braba
erial ls certainly found in
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1 Cereal Company, Lai,
tattle Creek. Mich.