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I'onrr, I'. It., Almost DrMroyfd, Nar
ly All Frnnio lloiisr Down.
Ilm(lnlhl'rl Kstlnistrilat aiSO.ooo
triors Was Awful llrslrnellna of
1'iuprrlf an Ilia I'. litem t'nalt
Largs nmbr nf l.lr, l-ott.
Wakiiisotox, Atip;. 13.The weather
Imrrnii Issues tlio foltonrlnjr hurricane
bulletin: "llurrlcano renters npparcnt
ly Approaching Nassau, Italiamn. Storm
v Incrrnsc In Intensity upon resell
ing the (!ulf stream, and will probably
roncli tlic Soutli Atlantic coast tovrnt
vl tlic Pulled State Friday night.
Sas Ji'a.n hk I'onTu Itifo, Auif. 12.
A hurricane broke over the south
cimat at I o'clock Tuesday morning rind
swept northwest. There was no abate
ment for nine hours, the greatest dam
ntfe being done between H and 10 a. m.
The lres were down and communlcn
lion with the Interior was Impossible.
It Is now chiefly carried on by couriers.
It Is now said that 500 persons lost
their lives at I'onco during the hurri
cane Terrible distress prevails there.
Arroyo, on the south coast has been
destroyed, sixteen lives were lost there
ami I lie town Is still submerged in wat
er. At (Suayamo the houses arc still stand
ing. Seven persons were killed there.
A number of houses were pillaged,
rquails of soldiers were unable tc
maintain order and starvation threat
ens the population.
At Abonlta very little remains stand
ing except the cathedral and barracks,
l'our nat ves perished, and three Unit
rd Slates soldiers were badly injured.
A the town Is without food, j-'irern-liii-ut
relief lias bceu dispatched
lUCayey was leveled to the ground,
200 homes being demolished. Two
United States soldiers were Injured
there and many cavalry horses killed.
AlCitano the entire plant of the
Haml.ird Oil Co. was ruined. The losi
on the property Is I2oo,oo0.
At lliiyatnoa majority of tho houses
were destroyed and the rest were
flooded. Two hundred cattle were
ktllril and the railway was seriously
The village of Carolina was literally
ru. it. AtCaguns four persons were
A message by courier from llumacao,
l'orto I tl co. a town of (000 Inhabitants
reiHirfs Hie complete destruction ol
thai place by the storm. Mxtyfoui
h nuns lost their lives and the injured
unmix r over SOO. The loss to property
Is ettimated at Si, 000,000. Yabucao,
another l'orto Uicau town, shared a
like fate. Twenty persons were killed,
Three persons were killed at I.ai
1'lrdras and flto at Junto.
Couriers from the other districts arc
anxiously expected at the palace. The
steamer Slocum. Capt. Thomas, en
route from M&yagucx to San Juan,
as caught In the storm, but her pas
sengers and crew were saved through
the heroism of .Mr. Single, tho first
ofllcer. Th e cofTce crop Is ruined, and
the loss will reach millions. Very
creal Injury has been done also
to the orange crop. No definite re
turns have yet been received
from tho southern section of the Island
apart from 1'once. It Is certain, how
ever, that the food supplies In the
stricken districts have been destroyed,
and in these quarters the quantity of
government stores Is small. Kellef
wagons will be sent out Friday In var
rapt. Drrfasat Ills Trial .iilmlltrtl Heap
ing a lopr of lha llonlsreaa la Ills
Yf alaroat I.' a tig.
IIknms, Aug. II. The red and white
facade of the l.ycee was bathed in
sunshine at ftMO o'clock Saturday
morning when C pt. Dtcyfus crossed
the Avetuc de I.a liare and entered tht
building for the second public hCNtltin
of his trial by court martini. The
same stringent jmllce precautions were
taken; but banly "0 persons had gath
crcil to witness his eroding.
The opening of the proceedings wn
attended Vy a sensational incident.
On Dreyfus being shown, by Col.
Jounust, tho document found In the
lining of his waistcoat by r. penitcn
tlnry ofllcer, ho admitted keeping It ai
a souvenir copy of the bordereau. He
owned to this calmly and without any
trembling of tho voice. '1 hen he lis
tened calmly to the reading of Dr.
Kiinsom'k rciMirt by MaJ. Carrierc, tho
prosecutor, which occupied about ten
I'rll Silt? Keel
Yol'MiNTOwx, ()., Aug. 12. - While
reeling a .miction at tho National
Steel Co., Wttllam lllghsmit, bridge
builder, of Richmond, fell 00 feet,
crushing his life out on cement founda
I Uil la ll.alll.
KvAMiviUK, Iud., Aug. Ti-Josoph
Lynch, a Southern express mencngcr,
Intoxicated, wont to sco a clrcua come
In. lie got into nn argument with
1,01110 small colored boys And, climbing
from his buggy, butted their headi
nuulnst tho railroad tics. A colored
mail named Thomaa l'lncham rcmon
otrated ami Lynch clinched with htm,
grabbing rincham by tho throat
rinoham drew his kntfo and cut Lynch
acro the arm, severing an artery,
from which he bled to death. Lynch
THOUSANDS ARE DESTITUTE.
War Department Apr'aU In lha I'eopte to
anil Nupp'Us to Ilia Sufferers nf
Morm-Slrlrkan l'orto lllco.
Wamiixotox, Aug. 13. Tho war de
pnrtment Friday took prompt meas
ures for tho relief of the hurricane
sufferers In l'orto lllco. When tho
press dispatches and (Jen. Davis' ad
vices made known the extent of tho
illaster steps were Immediately taken
to send supplies and the transport
Mcl'hcrson was ordered put In readi
ness to sail from New York on Monday
next. She will carry rations and other
necessaries. Secretary of War Itoot
Friday afternoon sent the following
appeal to the mayors of njl cities of
more than 150,000 population!
"Sir The governor general of l'orto
lllco confirms the report that upon tho
8th Instant a hurricane swept over
that Island, entirely demolishing many
of tho towns, destroying many Uvea
and reducing, no far nn he can esti
mate, not less than 100,000 of the In
habitants to the condition of absolute
lestltutlon, without homes or food.
Unless Immediate and effective relief
la given these unfortunates will perish
"Under these conditions the prctl
dent deems that an appeal should bo
made to the humanity of the Ameri
can people. It is an appeal to their
patriotism, for the Inhabitants of l'or
to lllco have freely nnd gladly submit
ted themselves to the guardianship of
the United States nnd have voluntar
ily surrendered tho protection of
Spain, to which they were formerly
entitled, confidently relying upon
inure generous and benellccnt treat
ment at our hands. The highest con
siderations of honor nnd good faith
unite with tho promptings of human
ity to require from the United States
a generous response to the demand of
l'orto It can distress.
Tills department has directed tho
Immediate distribution of rations to
tlic sufferers by the nrmy In l'orto
lllco, no far as It Is within the power
of the executive, but in the absence of
any appropriation we must rely large
ly upon private contributions.
"I beg that you will- call upon tho
public-spirited and humane people of
your city to take active nnd immcdiato
measures In tills exigency. Tho gov
eminent transimrt Mcl'hcrson will bo
sent directly from the port of New
York to l'orto lllco on Monday, tho
14th instant, to carry nil supplies of
food which can 1 obtained. Further
transport will be sent at future dates
of which public notice will be given.
"Any committee charged with tho
raising of funds will receive full infor
mation and advice ujon communicat
ing with this department.
Secretary of War.''
A report haa been received at tho
war department from an officer at San
Juan, l'orto Itlco, estimating that tho
number of killed amounts to 500. Tho
same ofllcer says a very serious condi
tion of affairs exists at 1'once.
WINDOW GLASS WORKERS.
Ihaf llsva Kntora I Intn a C'omp let Witts
Ilia Inftapamlent Ctiinpinles ami
Will riEhl the (...iiiMnn.
riTTMimnit, Pa., Aug. 13. Word Is
brought from Philadelphia, where tho
window glass workers have just closed
their convention, that because of their
failure to arrange for a conference
with the combine manufacturers they
have entered Into a compact with
the Independents The agreement 1j
that tho workers shall receiva
ble advanco of per cent, which
they have been contending for, they
In return to work hand lu hand with
the Independent manufacturers Mors
than 2.1,000 glass workers w 111 be nf
fectcd by tho new arrangement, which
practically means n tight ngalnst the
V,il Virginia (III llnom.
Cl.AliKHlil'lio, W. Va., Aug. l. The
Harrison county oil field is causing nn
Influx of oil men. There nre 50 pro
ducing wells one flowing 600 barrels
'.'0 flowing 100 to 200 barrels, 25 or 3C
ranging 30 to 05 barrels Twenty new
locations were made this week in totith
Peiiii. It Is reported Hint there nre or
dered 200 riggings for the Jnrvisvlllc
nnd Wolf Summit fields It is rumored
that the Standard and Kurekn Pipe
Lino Co. will move their shops hers
Arresting rroniliirnt llefnrmrra.
London, Aug. 12. The Cnpo Town
correspondent of tho Dally Mall says
"1 learn from n prominent evrcformet
that tho Trnnsvnul government litis
prepnrcd warrants for tho arrest ol
prominent reformers whenever the
condition of nlTalrs at Johannesburg
provides nil excuse. The presumption
is that President Krugcr means to se
cure tho leading Uitlanderi ns hostage
tho moment trouble arises"
Weighs AOO round i.
HAOEnsToWN. lud Aug. 12. -Mill
Lucy Havens IllJ n la t'lrl living in
Laporte county, has received a great
deal of attention lately becnuso of her
refusal of an offer of 825 per week from
a circus manager to travel with them
as tho fat girl. Miss Havens Is but IS
years old and weighs 500 pounds She
lives w ith her parents on a farm and
assists in all the work, being especially
expert In ir.llklng. Shu Is active in
mocment and ntilto good looking,
Her parents ro wealthy 'ind amply
ONE OF OUR IIEK0ES.
a Instnnea nf the Splendid Cnnrasja
and Lornlfr nf Unci anm'a
The brightest page In the history of
ny war Is, perhaps, (hot which rccorda
the thoiightfuliicit. of the otllcera nnd
tho faithfulness of their men qual-
Iflea which, whrn conjoined, mnl;e n
regiment nn nlmost Irresistible1 force.
n "The Slory of tlic JSotigli Hitlers,"
Mwnrd Marshall tells how, when Capt.
nun iiiiii) niiiii vus
McC'llnlock wns wounded, one of his '
trooper ramc nnd Iny down beside
"You'd better (jet out of this,'
MeClIntock. "Il' too hot."
"Don't worry, cnptnln," the man re
plied. "I'm between yon nnd the fir-
McCllntoek.touchrdns be wns by this
exhibition of the man's devotion, still
wanted him to get away. He urged
ilm to lenve. The man refused, l lunny
I'm your cnptnln, nnd I order you
to go. You are doing no K"d lo nny
ono but me. This Is no place for a
well mnn. I order you."
Then the mnn had to tell.
"I ain't nn well mnn," he slowly ad
mitted. "I'm shot."
"Where?" nsked MrClintock.
"Oh, It's only a scrnlchl"
They lay there In silence for a long
time. The firing began to come from
the loft. The soldier worked his pain
ful wny around until he was ngnln be
tween McCllntock and the line of fire.
McCllntock was too wenk from loss of
blood even to fpenk. Then n hospital
mnn enmc nnd lifted McCllntock lo
carry film liack.
Take hint, too," McCllntock mnn-
sged to nrtlctilate.
Nn use," said the hospital man.
A COUNTESS' REVENGE.
lie Called Her Mated lllvnl (n Her
Deathbed and Dlafla-nred Her
A tragic slory of feminine revenge
comes from lennn. The count and
countess Nnpmlnno lived happily to
gether until the count fell In love with
the daughter of the local doctor, Con
cetto Del a Jo by name, n charming
louug girl of 19 years. The count de
serted his wife and eloped with Con
cctta Devajo. The Countess Nnpoilnno
obtained n dhorcc from her husband,
who then m.-iriird Conccltn. Twoyrnrs
later Count Nnixxlotio nnd CoiiiitrKM
Coiieettn returned to Mntuggnrci. The
former Countess Nnpodano wus now
on her deathlied. She sent a im .,i;;it
to the Countess Concctta that she wont I
llko to see her ln-forc she iliul. 'I he
countess, wishing to humor the wishes I
of the ihlng woman, went to see her.
The Invnlid nsked her to stoop nnd kiss
licr. As llie tresli young lace ol ner
rhnl enme near her own the dying
woman raised herself, and by .in nlmost
tuperhuman effort bit n piece eli nn out
of Conccttn's check nnd mouth, llirn
fell back dend, with n contented smile
on her features. toncrltn was ills
figured for life, nnd her husband, the
fickle count, left her for a new love.
A lllrTrrenrr (Inly In .Nnnir,
We call it Ice cream. To the KrfgliVh
it Is known ns cream ice. Just w'jen or
where It wns intrntrd Is the question
tunny people have tried to solte.' In Hie
beginning of the century It was almost
unknown In I.nglnnd, though wrll
known in Nnples and Sicily, where the
cream wns artfully mnde Into copies of
penches, npples, apricots and such dain
ties, much ns we have them to-day made
The lljr nf (ienlns.
All ntcn of rjenlus nre said to hate
eyes clear, slow mating nnd bright.
This Is the eye which indicates mental
ability of some kind, It doesn't mattci
ClM'tr-NATl, All;, tl
LIVESTOCK -Cattle.coinnion. 3 4 CO
Selee butchers 10
. .1 0)
CALKS-Kulr to good light.. 7UI
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it I ol
tt ll II
u 3 10
i 1 1 i
ai. a 111
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n i aj
llOU Coarse anil heavy 3 si
Mixist jKtcUers 4 3A
l.iuht shlpnsrs 4 .VI
s-IIKKI1 Chuue -110
L Mlli Snrlnit 4 S
t I.Ot It Winter P item 3 2J
UUAIN-Wheat-Na S red
Nil. 3 rd. . .. ..
r rn No wlxeil
live- Nv J
H A V Pri'iie lo i-tnli-e.
PltOVl -ItlXs -Mi-'. I'ork
APPLKS-C.inie- In ...icy
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m m 8 ; i
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llltAIN -Wliv.it No Siwl...
N 3 t'lili-ugo Spring
CtlltN -Vn S
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WIIKAi -,Si s red
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THICK Nun Nil'.-.
UKAIN Wheat-Nu S ml...
I tn n- -Mlscsl
tills- Nu 'J KhIU-
ltv Nu witcrn
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IS', 4 71',
& b 11
CAllhi: -l-'irstnualliy .
Western ft 14
tJHAIN-Whvui Nis i red.... ft
I'm u N n 3 lulled. U
Oils N-. S mlxnl U
ri.Ol'It- Winter I'Hlent 3 ti
l.KAl.N Wieat Na S red
torn Mixisl 31
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LAUD S earn .-. , .
U 0 1l
U li 4a
To euro, or
TttKKK IS A LIMIT.
The Fonrlh (irn'lrmnn Severely
Btrnlned tlic llnnnits of
"You may not brieve it, gentlemen," re
marked one of an aftrrdiniii'imiiuiitiiitJEid
in smoking ri,u in front of a totel, "but I
hatcuaed a fountain pen constantly for four
' tears, and hate never had the lr,tl trouble
' with it."
I "That in indeed remarkable," rejoined an
other. "Nevertheless I am the father of fix
thildren and have never Iud to walk the
floor by night with a single one ol them.
Ihere nas a silenie, M'titig A minute nr
so. Then another riioke uji: "I don t doubt
in iiic Hum, Film iii-p iui i ran tiring iu
l something stranger still. I have a bright
little four-j ear-old boy at my houe, nnd 1 ve
never repeated any of his mnait raying) to
my most intimate inenu.
Uentlemen," observed a fourth, after a
protracted and somewhat painful pau-e, "I
am fond of hearing curia women piarticc
their scales on the piano after I have retired
to rest. It lull me to sleep."
One or two other members of the group
made more or less feeble attempts to say
something, but falteringlv gave It up. It
eemcil to be generally felt that the extreme
limit nf human credulity had been reached,
NOT ACQUAINTED WITH THEM.
lien Dead I'lflr Yrnrs Klrctrd lo Office
by IlenlKlitcd Aldermen In
A New York aldermaii indulged in a little
fun at the expense of htsatrocutes the other
lay, ami tnrougn nis inuuence mat nonor
able body elected tno men, eminent men,
dead thete SO J ears the poition of com
miMioner of deeds. The names of the dead
thus honored are: Noah Webster, lexicog
iriplicr, and Lindley Murray, grammarian.
Tlic world sj) the trick was worked this
A slip of paper containing tiioe names,
with llrookl)ii addresses, wa circulated at
i the meeting of the board. Alderman Okie
approached Alderman llndge and (aid:
I "Say, Jim, I've done favors for you. Here
' are a couple of men who want to be made
eommintioners of deeds. That fellow Lind-
. lnrrAi- tnld mp lie wai a friend of vours'
I Alderman Ilridges looked at the slip and
I don't know the, gent, and I am t going
' to present ln name."
Alderman Donley, another member from
, Itrookl) n. was pcnuidcd to sign tlicapplica
I tion, and in less than ten minutes the
formal vote electing l.imKey Murray and
I Noah Webster commiioucr of deeds was
Fee Strangely Horned.
wis on the night ol Hie .jcurics-ruz-
simmont prize tight, and a man reached the
,1 iiHi .inartinrnt house in which he
Iii-ihI almut tun o'Hork. A search of all his
pockets failed to bring forth his bunch of
. keys, lie rang the bell repeatedly for the
janitor, hut ruu'd get no response. He was
exceedingly tireit, there was no noiei in tno
notRlilmtliood, and, besides there were fani
ily reasons why it was inadvisable for him
to send tlic rrst of the night nnay from
borne. The hl-IiI of a nlitsician's night bell
ta-.c linn an idea. He pushed the button
hard for "" srtond or more. In due sea
son the plijsiiun came to the door and
"What is your fee for night calls?" asked
the lotkedout individual.
"Four dollars," was the astonished reply.
"All right, here you are. I was locked out
and couldn't get in. Sorry to trouble you,"
irul he hegan Ins weary march upstairs
ha,pv in the thought of the evils lie ha.J es
i capeu. N. Y. Tribune.
Tnl-rn nt Her Wnnl.
"Mrs 1 J. Ciiilington Oigg" is awfully
mad at the neuviapers; she sajs they treat
ed her so shabbily .'
"Did the)! turh a prominent society
"Yes: she told them they mut not say
am tiling alwiut her reception, and they
.1 tinnil-Lnek Cross.
A cross recenfly discovered in the grave of
the beautiful Queen Dagmar is supposed to
keep away all evil influences. There is no
more evil inlluencc than ill health, and there
is nothing which has so great a power to keep
it away than Hosteller's Stomach Hitters.
It is worth a hundred pood-luck eroes to
the man or woman alllictcd with dyspepsia
and indigestion. A private Revenue Stamp
should rover the neck of the bottle.
Caller I have here tevcral bills which
nre long overdue and
Harduppe (desperately) I am sorry to
say that our cashier is out to-day.
Oh, well, it doesn't make much differ
ence; I'll call and pay them at some fu
ture date. Good day, sir." Philadelphia
M'orU for All.
Thousands of men are making good wages
in the harvest fields of .Minnesota, North
and South Dakota. , Their i loom for thou
saniU more. Half rates via thedreat North
ern llailnay from St. Paul. Write Max
Pass, C20 South Clark Street, Chicago, III.
It is terribly hard for a boy to believe in
tlui veracity of his father when he hears him
declare that no one i truly happy nnd eon
tented unless he has work to do. Atchison
We have often wondered that women do
not hate their kitchen dresses made a low
necked as their party dresses. It would cer
tainly be cooler in working over a hot stove.
-It is a miahty good thing that the IftvA
does not enf-ne the law as He did against
Ananias.- Washington (la.) Democrat.
The man who can give noicasons for his
opinion, is the hardest to change. Wash
ington (!&) Democrat.
BSsaaaSBBBBBBBS.aBVaa' -a.--Jam sa 1
monoy rotUndod by your
Bears ffZ(hi Hsu
0f s$U( The Kind You Have Always Bought
f.adtrs tSia Xenr hn
wnqsizQ smaller arter usirg Aiien-s runs.
Hnso, a powder for tho feet. It makes tluht
or nmv shoes easy, Cures swollen, hot.
wenllntr, arhln? feet. Inn-owing nnlls, corns
and bunions. At oil drugvMs nnd shoo
stores. 25c Trial pneka re FllKF. Iiv mall.
Address Allen H. Olmsted, Lo Hoy, N. Y.
"What are th hnlo. fnrT" a.lo.l till!.
Edna, looking at the porous plaster thst
her mother wsv nrenarinff tn srlinst on
Willie's back. "It's funny you don't know
that, sis," interposed Willie. "They're to
let the pain out, of course." Tioiton Trav
The lies! lrrrrl pi Inn for Thills
nnd Fever Is n bottln of Ouovr.'s TsTri.r.s
Ciiii.i. Toxic His simply IronHiidnulnlneln
a tasteless form. Noruro -no pay, PrlcciOu.
Wife John, let me tell vou that as surclv
as you keen on in your present career, just
so surely will you pay for your indulgences.
Husband (with air of pride) Thanks,
dear, for that tender tribute to my financial
probity. uoslon courier.
To rare n Cld la Oae Day
Tako I.natlTO Dromo Qulnlno Tablets,
druggists refund money if It fails to euro.
The Common Knle.
Like everybody else the sea waves arrive
at the shore in great style, but they go away
broke. Philadelphia Record.
Hev. (now Ilishnp)-Toseph S. Key, wrote:
"We gave jour Teethina (Teething Pow
ders) to our little grandchild with the hap
piest results. The effects were almost
magical and certainh- more satisfactory than
anything we ever used."
Some girls don't seem to think of much
but wrarinff good clothes, and we don't
blame them. Washington (la.) Democrat.
Itrmember these facts: more for vour
money, less trouble to use and each package
colors all liners, rumain r aucicss iycstoiu
at 10c per patkagc.
High ideals are perhaps responsible for as
muh pessimism as are torpid livers, en the
whole. Detroit Journal.
Piso's Cure for Consumption relieves the
most ohstinate cougns. itcv. ii. tiucn
mucller. Lexington, Mo., Feb. 24, '91.
"How!" Harry "To show her how little
he eared lor It, he siieni ttcry cent, trie
Ilnll's Cntnrrh Cnre
Is a Constitutional Cure. Price, 75c
Tf Txive had anv sense of humor it would
laugh less at locksmiths nnd more at girl'a
little brothers.-Detroit Journal.
LETTER TO Mil. riNZSAIC XO. Qj.a&lf
" Dear Jtiis. i'i.nkham ror some
time I hare thought of writing to you
to let you know of the great benefit I
from the use of
Lydia E. Pink
Soon nftcr tho
birth of my first1
child, I com-
menccd to hnvo spells with my spine.
Kvery month I grew worse nnd at last
bcoamo bo bud tht I found I was
gradually losing my mind.
"Tho doctors tiuafcd me for femalo
troubles, but I got no better. Ono
doctor told me that I would bo insane.
I was advised by a fricn-i to give Lydia
E. Pinlchnm's Vegetable Compound a
trial, and before I had taken all of the
first bottle my neighbors noticed tho
change In mc.
"I havo now taken fivo bottles and
cannot find words sufficient to pt also It.
I advise every woman who is suffering
from any female wenkness to ghn It a
fair trial. I thank you for your ffood
medicine." Mrs. Gertrude m. Jiiujj-
BON, Jo.NESDOBO, TEXAS.
Bin. Perkins' IVetter.
"I had femalo trouble of all kinds,
had three doctors, but only grew tvor.se.
I bean taking Lydia E. Plnkham's
Vegetable Compound nnd Liver Pills
nnd used the Sanativo Wash, and caw
not praise your remedies enough."
Mrs. Erne Pehkixb, Pearl, La.
I Factory Loaded
" Leader" loaded with Smokeless powder and " New
Rival" loaded with Black powder. Superior to all
other brands for
UNIFORMITY, RELIABILITY AND
Winchester Shells are for
Vi having them when you buy
merchant, iso why npt try
a aa, l7J MM IM WW M www a--t--VTir'W?r.
NO REMEDY EQUALS PCRUNA,
SO THE WOMEN ALL SAY.
Miss Susan Wymir.
MU Susan Wvmar. teacher in the Rlrh-
mond school, Chicago, III., writes the itllcw
ing letter regarding Pe-ru-na. She says:
unly those w.'O nave suuerect as l nave,
can know what a Messing It is to De ante to
find relief 'n Pe-ru-ila. This has been my
experience. A mend In neeu Is a inena in
deed, and every bottle of Pe-ru-na I ever
bought proved a good friend to me." Susan
ymar. . . .
.Mrs. Margaretha Danbcn, 1214 North Su
perior St.. I laeine City. Wis., writes: "I feel
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