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H TREASURE OF BRITISH MUSEUM.
M MIm Centuries Old Probably Large
H ''ook In World.
H Dlgecr than any othor book In th
H world that Is, bigger In height nnc!
H iroodth Is a curiously tinlnuo atlas
H n tho Ilrltlsh mtiROtim. It contains n
HJ ' :ollcctlon of tho finest engraved
HJ Dutch mnps of tho Stuart period, and
B '8 hound In red leather, beautifully
M ' trnnmentcd with gold designs, and la
H secured by three mnsslvo gilt clasps.
H This mighty voluino measures Ave
H , 'eet ten Inches hlrh. and is propor-
H lonalrly broad, being nearly square
B The dedication page In hand dinwn
tnd richly Illuminated. It wns pre-
tentrd to King Charles II. Immediate-
y before ho left Hollnn'J on IiIh ros-
:orntlon to the throno In 1CR0. The
nly Known con'enn orary reference
BBfl to this vo'iuno Is given by John
Rvcljn In bin diary, under date 1CG0.
BBb 'November 1 I went with some of my
BBV relations to court," sas John ISvclyn
'to show (hem his nmJeHtv'n cabinet
tnd closet of vnrletlcs. Thcro I saw
RBV vast book of mnpps In a volume
H apero four yards Iprgo," Tho hook
:mo Into the possession of (lie nation
H when King George III. bequeathed tils
H 'Ibrary lo tho Ilrltlsh mtiHcutn. Here
H '.ho great book Is most tenderly guard-
H id, for it Is accounted one of tho II-
HH brnry's chief treasures
H Chinese Are Goad Horsemen.
H In describing tho Chlncso cnvnlry, a
, correspondent asserts that horses In
Hi finer condition do not exist In any
H army In tho world. Ho says that the
H Chinaman Is a born horseman, who
HH has nothing to learn from Kuropo oi
H America In tho handling of horses,
H though ho Is Ignorant of veterinary
H Important to Mothers.
H, Bxtmlno carefully crery bottlo of CA9TOIUA,
H a safo and ture remedy for Infanta tnd children,
HH and seo that
H Blenataraof Cut&X 'CUCA414
H la TJeo For Over 30 Ycata.
HH Tim Kind You Uave Always Bought.
H Wanted Obedient Employes.
H This Is told of Jnmos Lick, tho cc-
H centric Ban Francisco millionaire,
HH who founded tho famous observatory
H boarlng his nnmo. Wlion taklng'nny-
H ono Into his service bo nlwnyH asked
i tho person to plant a trco upsldo down
H tho roots In tho nlr, tho branches
BH underground. If there wcro nny pro-
H test tho man was at once sent away,
H Lick saying that ho wanted only men
H who would obey orders strictly.
H SAVED BABY LYON'S LIFE.
H Awful sight From That Dreadful Com-
plaint, Infantile Eczema Mother
H Praises Cutlcura Remedies.
V "Our bnby had tbnt dreadful com-
plaint, Infantile Eczciun, which afflict-
cd him for several months, common-
H . clug at tho top of his head, and at last
H covorlng his whole body. Ills suffer-
H Ings wcro untold and constant misery. ,
In fnct, thcro was nothing wo would
not have dotio to huvo given him re-
H lief. Wo finally procured a full set of
H tho Cutlcura Hcmcdles, and In about
B thrco or four days ho began to show a
H brighter spirit and really laughed, for
H tho first tlmo In it year. In about
H ninety days ho was fully recovered.
H l'ralso for tho Cutlcura Hcmcdles has
H always been our greatest pleasure
H and thcro Is nothing too good that wo
H could say In their favor, for they cor-
H talnly saved our baby'R life, for ho
was tho most awful flight that I ever
H boneld, prior to tho treatment of the
H Cutlcura Remedies. Mrs. Mncbellu
H Lyon, 1S2G Applctnn Ave., I'arsons,
H Kan., July 18, 1005."
H Point Overlooked by Rich.
H It tho rich would but grasp how
H Uielr own health depends on tlio
B health of tho poor, thoy would qulcklv
HHJ tako another and a far bott'T view o!
HHJ the wholo matter. F r Jot, - Gorst.
H In a Pinch, Use ALLEN'S FOOT-EASE.
HHJ A powder. It cures painful, smart-
HHJ Ing, nervous feet and Ingrowing nails.
HHJ It's tho greatest comfort discovery of
HHJ tho ago. Makes new shoes easy, A
HHJ certain euro for sweating fcot. Sold
HHJ by all druggists, 2Gc. Trial package,
HHJ FHEE. Address A. S. Olmsted, Lo
HHJ Ho; , n. y.
HBb Mountains Had Not Moved.
HHi Tho story is told that when Judgo
B William Rogers was chairman of tho
HHf school committee, In Muthuon, Mass.,
HHl ono examination day ho went around
HHl questioning pupils of tho mlddlo
H ( grade. He asked a boy named Hock
H. whoro tho Hoelcy mountains wcro. Tho
HBV boy nnswercd correctly, but failed to
HHl be promoted that term. Tho follow-
H Ing year tho Judgo asked tho samo
M question. Hock replied: "Tho samo
B placo thoy wero last year."
HH Mr. AVIiutoiv'a Hixithlni; Krrnn.
HH for clilldrea tetulntr, not u-ua tti ftuni, ruuueea nv
HHl PamuiitUoa,alUtpata, cure wind cullu, 20cabotUo,
HHl Strong Words Come Handy,
H In Amorlca wo will flglit tho swear
H lug habit. Wo will admit that It It
j Immoral and unwiso to cuss, but there
H Is a heap of comfort in tho fact thai
H when tho jelly refuses lo jell and the
H Btepladder falls and the door closes on
HHl two fingers and n boll finds Us rest
B ing placo on tho ond of ono's nose,
H there nro words, oodles of thorn, In
B this good English languago that might
H bo UBcd if n victim was so minded
H Thorn Is nothing llku having a thing
H handy, ovon if you do not want It.
H Mobile Herald.
H Rembrandt's Copper Plates.
B Sixty of Ilombrnndt's original
H etched copper plates havo been ills-
H covered by Mr. Victor Thomas at
H Valenciennes, and thoy are bollovcd
B to have been lost for a century. Thoy
H nro to bo distributed among collec
H tlona in Paris, Uru'ssols and Amater
GOOD AND BAD LOCOMOTIVES. '
Of Same Type, One Will Behave Well
and Another Abominably.
You never seo n ship launched on a
Friday, and similarly a new locomo
tive hardly over makes a trial trip on
tbnt day or on the thirteenth of the
month, l'vcii though the superintend
ent may Jeer at this superstition, yet
ho knows too well to set it at naught,
for Just as sailors consider tbnt some
ships aro unlucky, so do trnlu hands
credit certain locomotives with n sort
of demoniacal possession.
It Is certainly very stranga tho dif
ference that niny be observed between
two locomotives built from tho samo
plans, nt the samo time, of similar
material. One goes on her wny quiet
ly nnd smoothly, never breaks down,
costs little or nothing for rcpnlrs; the
other causes trouble, from the very
first, runs off tho lino, kills tho drlv
ere, gets into accidents of all kinds
nnd generally acts ns though pos
sessed by some evil spirit.
Thcro was a famous Instance some
years ago on tho South Florldn rail
way A locomotlvo killed so many
people that she gained tho nnmo of
"Tho llenrse," and no fewer than
three euglno drivers actually left tho
employ of the company rather than
continue driving her. Tho odd thing
was that she never seemed to Injure
herself. Eventually her owners wero
forced to break her up, although she
was by no means worn out.
Of actual ghosts In trains or rnll
wuy engines one very seldom hears.
Priceless Old Violin Found.
In tho Illustration Is shown n price
less old violin recently discovered In
n Ha- tirlan village Tho Instrument
was made by .Incobus Steluer, u pupil
of tho renowned Amntl. Miss Mary
Wood Chase of Chicago, recently re
ceived pictures of the Instrument from
Dr. Hugo Ilnch of Had Elster, Snxony.
Dr. Ilnch Is n descendant of tho cele
brated Johann Sebastian Ilnch, and he
is satisfied with tho genuineness of
tho violin, which Is proved by tho re-
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mnrknble Stelner shape, tho quality
of tho wood, tho color of tho varnish
and tho Inscription Insldo tho Instrument.
The Cheerful Bachelors,
With considerable ceremony the
Bachelors' Amusement Society of
Yorktown l'a was Inaugurated a
few nights ago for the purpose of
mutual defense against the blandish
ments of the other sex.
Heforo tho Inaugural proceedings be
gan the members received n deputa
tion of spinsters desirous of securing
co-operation In tho organization of an
old maids' auxiliary league Hut the
bachelors were taking no risks, and
tho petition was promptly refused.
: The Bachelors' Amusement Soclet)
I denies tho right to nil members to
I Dirt, ogle, talk, walk or hold hands
I with persons of tho opposite sex. Be
fore n candidate shall bo admitted to
membership ho Is requited to sub
scribe to the following oath: "I
swear or affirm, that I will never mar
i ry while n member of tho club, and
I that I will sign a petition to bo sent
to Coirrcss urging the adoption of a
law limiting marriage to tho healthy
Prison for Kissing a Man,
For kissing n sli anger In n momen
of exuberance, nu 18-year-old waltresi
at Tet.schon, I'rngue, has been sen
tcuccd to fourteen days' Imprison
incut. Tho offenso took place nt tin
railway station, and tho "Injured'
man complained at onco to tho pollen
mid the girl was arrested. So Im
pressed was tho magistrate with th)
"lielnou8noss" of tho crime that ln
Incieased tho soverlty of tho sen
tence by ordering tho girl lour fast
days In the fortnight, nnd also direct
ed that after completing tho semenco
sho should bo banished from Bohemia
and scut to her home In Dresden.
One of tho earliest forms of tinder
box Is shown In tho accompanying
Illustration. Tho box consisted of a
rough whcol against which tho flint
was pressed so (hat tho twirling of
tho whcol would send a showor of
sparks Into the tlndor laid In tho
trough of the box. In this way so mo
of tho spark; woro sure to Ignite.
Tho box wns an English lrrvnt!on of
the seventeenth century.
The Best Guaranty of Merit
Is Open Publicity.
Etcry bottlo of Dr. Piorce's world
famod medicines leaving tho great labo
ratory at Buffalo, N. Y., has printed
upon Its wrapper all tho ingredients
entering Into Its composition. This fnct
alono places Dr. Pierce's Family Modi
cinei in a class all bi themselves. Thoy
cannot bo classed with patent or socrot
medicines becnuso thoy aro neither. Tills
Is why so mnny unprojudlccd physicians
frescrlbo them and rcconimona them to
holr patients. Thoy know what thoy
aro composed of, and tbnt tho Ingredients
aro thoso endorsed by tho most eminent
Tho further fnct that nolthor Dr.
Plorco's Golden Medical Discovery, the
treat stomach tonlo. llvor lnvigorator,
heart regulator and blood purifier, nor hit
"Fnvorlto Prescription" for weak, over
worked, broken-down, nervous women,
contains any alcohol, also entitles them
to a placo all by thomsolvos.
Many years ago, Dr. Plorco discovered
that chemically pure glycerine, of proper
strength, Is a better solvent and preserv
ative of tho medicinal principles resid
ing in our Indigenous, or native medi
cinal plants than Is alcohol; ond, further
more, thut It K)sscssus valuablo medicinal
properties of Its own, bolng demulcent,'
nutritive, antlsoptlc, and a most efficient
Neither of tho nbovo modlclnos con
talus alcohol, or any harmful, habit
forming drug, as will bo seen from a
glanco at tho formula printed on each
bottlo wrapper. Thoy are sufo to uso and
potent to euro.
Not only do physlcluns proscrlbo tho
abovo, non-secret medicines lnrgoly, but
tho most Intelligent people employ them
pooplo who would not think of using
tho ordinary patent, or secret medicines.'
Every Ingredient entering Into tho com
position of Dr, Plcrco's medicines has
tho strongest kind of an endorsement
from leading medical writers of tho
sovcral schools of practice. No othor
medicines put up fur like purposes has
any such professional endorsement.
Dr. Plorco'a Pleasant Pellets euro con
stipation. Constipation is tho cause of
many diseases. Curo tho causo and you
euro tho dlseaso. One "Pellet" is a gontlo
laxative, and two a mild cathartic. Drug
gists sell them, and nothing is "Just a
good." Easy to tako as candy.
THE FINISHING TOUCH NEEDED j
Kind Words of Farm Hand to Brilliant,
Tho lato Honry Harland, author of
"The Cardinal's Snuffbox" and other,
grncoful stories, was onco recounting,
at tho Authors' club In New York, hls
experiences ns editor of tho famous
Mr. Harland praised Aubroy Boards
ley. "Though only a boy of twenty-ono
or so," ho said, "Beardsloy was as,
clever In tho editorial as In the con
tributing capacity. Ho wns, Indeed,
practically tho art editor of tho 'Yel
"I was fond of him. I onco took a
thrco days' walking trip with him. Ho
Bkctchcd, of course, on the walk. Ho
mado a number of sketches In oil col
ors. And they wcro very artistic and
"A farm hand watched Beardsloy
finishing n particularly shaggy sketch
ono afternoon and said encouragingly:
'"My lad, that won't bo n bad pic
turo after It's been sandpapered down
a bit. "
Steam In Its Infancy.
Tho first stenmor to mako a voyngo
across tho western ocean was the
Savannnh of 350 tons nnd n length ot
100 feet. Sho sailed from Savannah,
May 21, 1819, and arrlvod at Liver
pool Juno 20. Her steam wns purely
nuxlllary, for when tho wind wns fair
or the sen high the paddlo wheels
woro unshipped and stowed on deck.
Original New England.
Tho original Now Englnnd was on
tho ractflc coast. Francis Drnko In
1579, at tho close of a month's stay,
took possession of tho country for his
povorelgn, Eliznboth, nnd named the
now acquisition Nouvn Albion (Now
England), becauso ho thought the
whlto cliffs near what Is now Point
Roycs resembled tho chalk cliffs near
Dovor. Tho Outing Mngazlno.
Drape Hearse In Green.
At Lancaster, Englnnd, the othor
dny, at tho funeral of W. Wlngate
Baul, a formor army surgeon, tho
hearso wns draped In green, tho driv
ers woro green and chestnut horses
A Food Problem.
An Ashovlllo mnn tolls how right
food did that which modlclnos had
failed to accomplish
"For moro than 1G years," ho says,
"I was allllctcd with stomach troublo
and Intestinal Indigestion, gns form
ing In stomach nnd bowels nnd giving
mo great distress. Theso conditions
wcro undoubtedly due to tho starchy
food I nte, whlto bread, potatoes, etc.,
and didn't digest. I grow worso with
time, till, 2 years ago, I had an attack
which tho doctor diagnosed as appen
dicitis. When tho surgeon operated
on mo, howovor, It was found that ray
trouble was ulcer of the-pancrcas, In
stead of appendicitis.
"SInco thnt tlmo I havo had sovcral
such attacks, suffering death, almost.
Tho last nttnek was about 3 months
ago, and I endured untold agonies.
"Tho doctor then said that I would
havo to cat less starchy stuff, so I
began tho uso ot Grnpo-Nuts food for
I knew It to bo pro-dlgcated, and havo
continued same with most gratifying
results. It has built mo up wondor
fully. I gained 10 pounds In tho first
8 weeks thnt I used Grapo-Nuts, my
general hoalth is bettor than ovor
before, my brain Is clearer nnd my
"For breakfast nnd dinner, each, I
tako 4 teaspoonfuls of Qrapo-Nuts
with cream, a small ullco ot dry toast,
an egg soft bollod and a cup ot Post
urn; and I mako tho evening meat on
Orape-Nuts and cream alone--thls
gives mo n good night's rest 'and I
am well again." Namo given by Post
urn Co., Battlo Crcok, Mich.
There's a reason. Head tho little
book, "The Road to Wollvllle." In
PLANT8 THAT HAVE VANISHED.
Shrubs of Southern Mountains That
Go for No Known Reason.
In the southern mountains certain
lowers have been lost for nearly n
century and rediscovered by chnnce
In a different locality, thriving nnd
abundant. No ono knows the causo
of their disappearance, by what
moans they wero removed, -or why
thoy prefer their new hnbltat.
One curious featuro Is that these
vanished flowers or shrubs, aro not ns
a rulo Insignificant plants that ono
might overlook. On tho contrniy, tho
beautiful variety of sumach named
utter Mlchaux, a French botanist,
which was lost so many years ago
and has only recently been found
again, bore great panicles of cramy
blossoms first, nnd later on thick clus'
tors of velvety nnd crimson fruit.
Its lenves also turned n rlrh crlni
sou In autumn, so that Its seemed to
flamo nnd glow on the mountain sides.
Another lest p'ant, n'so a shrub,
the elllottln, was a striking beauty. It
belonged to the heath family and had
long spikes of whlto blossoms, each
blossom shaped like a St. Andrew's
cross, In vivid contrast with Its lus
trous green foliage. It has now vnn
Islied ns completely as If It had never
Some of the plants were fortunately
collected in 1878 by n gcntloman near
Augusta, Gn., so that It has disappear
ed In less than a quarter of n cen
tury. No reason Is known for this
loss cither to botanists or tho people
among whom It once bloomed. New
Mark Twain Victor, as Usual.
".You can't beat Mark Twain," said
in editor. "At n banquet or supper
aothlng is more foolish than to cross
blades with our great humorist.
"Mark Twain, you'll remember,
ells In 'Innocents Abroad' about tho
itreet In Daninscus that Is called
Straight. He says thnt tho street called
Straight may not bo ns crooked ns a
corkscrow, but It is certnlnly less
straight than n rainbow.
"Well, Hnskett Smith, tho Pales
tine lecturer, took Mnrk Twain to
task about the street called Straight
at a dinner.
" 'When I wns In Damascus,' ho
said, 'I took n photograph ot this
street and tho photograph shows tho
st eot to bo really as straight as pos
sible.' "Thero was a laugh at tho humor
"Ho rose and drawled
" 'May I ask what my frlond Has
kett Smith had to drink that day in
"'Oh, water, wnter only,' Hnsket
"'Ah, well,' Twain drawled, 'you
seo, that makes all tho difference.' "
Money In Dead Files.
Tho Southwark county court Judge
was astonished to learn that tho four
shillings for which a corn merchant
sued a corn dealer wns the balance of
an account "for dried files."
"What on earth do you do with
them?" Inquired Judge Addison.
"They nro used In tho making of
chicken food," replied tho plaintiff.
Ho explained thnt a bng of clghty-ono
pounds of dried files wns supplied to
tho defendant nt eight penco per
pound, nnd according to tho custom ot
tho trade tho gross weight wns charg
Tho defendant contended that ho
ought to pay only for tho net weight.
"You surprise mo when you talk
about clghty-ono pounds of dried flies
In bulk," said tho Judgo. "Where do
you find all thoso flies?"
"They nro Imported."
Tho caso was adjourned for further
evidence. London Chronicle.
Tho lato Marshall Field ot Chicago
paid Thomns Edison n neat tribute.
Whllo tho great merchant was walk
ing along Stato street In conversation
with a business nssoclato n stirring
military march was wafted from tho
great horn of a phonograph.
"That's n pretty fair pleco of
music," observed Mr. Flold, apprecia
tively, "brimful of melody nnd free
"Yes," assented his companion, and
then added romlnlsccntly. "Isn't that
man Edison a genius? Just think of
It, at ono tlmo ho didn't own a dollar,
nnd now tho rovenuos from his Inven
tions nro enormous."
"And how modest ho Is," comment
ed Mr. Field, ns n tooting automobile
blocked tho men's progress at a
street corner, "why, Edison Is tho
only mnn on record who doesn't have
to go around blowing his own horn
Kept His Word.
Biggs Old Brown died lost night."
Dlggs "Well, ho was n man ot his
Biggs "What do you mean by
Dlggs ''Forty years ago ho pro
posed to an aunt of mlno nnd de
clared ho couldn't livo If sho rofused
Biggs "And did she refuse him?"
Dlggs "Yes; nnd now, truo to his
word, Brown has censed to live" ,
A Thing Unknown.
Bourko Cockrnn, apropos of St.
Patrick's duy, told an Irish story.
"Thero was nn Irish schoolmaster,"
ho Bald, "who was examining a class
In geography ono day.
"'Now, my lad,' ho paid to n clover
llttlo chap, 'tell us what latitude Is."
"Tho clover llttlo chap smiled and
"'Latitude?' he said. 'Oh, sir,
thoro's nono o' that In Ireland, Suro,
the Kngllsh don't n'low us nny, sir.' "
SLEEP REQUIRED BY CHILDREN.
Ten Hours Necesiary for the Growing
Oliver Wendell Holmes said that a
child upon awakening In tho morning
from a healthful sleep in a bad humor
needed a spanking. He thought It
very beneficial, promoting a good cir
culation of tho blood; but ho added
thnt a child who wns unreasonable
and willful after a busy day was sim
ply tired and should be put to bed.
Nature is the genutno healer and
sleep tho true restorer of all our pow
ors. Parents who rcnllze this can
savo themselves many anxious mo
ments, ninny heartache's, many doctor
bills nnd establish habits ot regular
living that will bring forth good re
sults 'through n long line of offspring
and generations to come. Every child
requires at least ten hours of sleep,
nnd It Is a good practice for him to
contlnuo sleeping the full ten hours
all through tho school life. Work
would thus be rendered easier, health
would bo hotter and youthfulncss pro
longed; many nervous tendencies and
diseases would bo wiped out and
clearer, brighter mentality would be
maintained, Brooklyn Eagle,
The Dlseaso Ylolded Roadlly to Dr.
Williams' Pink Pills After Othor
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills curo llioumn
tism becnuso thuy supply tho necessary
elements to tho vitiated blood ami en
nble nnturo to cast out tho impurities
nnd offect a curo. Mrs. A. Baker, of No.
110 Fitch btreet, Syrncuso, N.Y., will
furnish living ovidenco of tho truth of
this statement. " Thero 1ms been rhcu
wntism in my family over siuco I cnu re
niombor," sho says. "My grandmother
wns n Krcnt BiilTcrcr from muscular
rhoumatisin and my mother also had tho
disease in n mild form. About n year
ngo I had n hard cold nnd rhcumntiMU
can ght mo in my left kueo. Thcro wcro
fihnrp pains, confined to tho neighbor
hood of tho kneo mid they seemed to go
right into tho bone. Tho pain I suffered
Was iuteuso mid I nlso had dizzy spells.
"The doctors called my trouble
nriatio mid sciatic, rheumatism. When
I didn't get better under their treat
ment my brother-in-law suggested thnt I
try Dr. Williams' Pink Pills. I bought
thrco boxes, and, by tho timo I hnil
taken them, the pain and dizziness had
entirely left me. I wanted to mako
Buro of n cure so I bought thrco moro
boxes, but I didn't tako quite nil of them
as I found that I was entirely cured.
" Beforo I took tho pills tho pain wns
bo severo that I had to cry nt times nnd
when I was cured I was so thankful mid
grateful and I nm glad to recommend
them to every one who suffers with
Dr. WlllimiiH Pink Pills hnvo enred
Bovero cases of aiucmla, sciatica, nervous
ness, partial paralysis, locomotor ataxia
nnd St. Vitus' dauco that hnvo not re
sponded to other modes of treatment.
All druggists sell Dr. Williams' Pink
Pills or thoy will bo sent by moil, post
paid, on receipt of prico, CO cents per
box, six boxes for f 2.00, by tho Dr. Wll
Hums Medicine Co., Schenectady, N. Y.
Remedies for Insomnia.
For Insomnia thero Is nothing more
effectual than half an hour's stroll
after supper. A warm bath beforo ro
tiring Is nlso usually efllcnclouB.
USE THE FAMOUS
Red Crcs Hall lllue. Larue 2 or. package 5
cents. Tlio Huss Company, South llend, Iud-
It is a great mistake, for adults,
and especially for thoso who work
their brains much, to glvo up sports
nnd games. Tho maxim on which I
havo acted and the maxim which I
havo often commended to my friends
Is: Bo n boy as long as you can.
Beware of Ointments for Catarrh
that Contain Mercury,
u mercurr will lurelf deitrojr tha icufo of imell
and complete)? derum tho whula I'ltem when
entering It through tba mncoui urUca. Such
article! itaould never ba tiled except on preicrlp
tluni from repuuble phjritcUni, a the damtxe tbejr
will doU tea told to the Rood you can pitMibljr de
lire from them. lUll'i Catarrh Cure, manufactured
br K. J. Cliener & Co., Toledo, (., contain, no mer
cury, and ! taken Internally, actloK directly upon
the blood and mucoui lurface of the lyitein. la
buying ilall'a Catarrh Cure be lure you set tha
genuine. It ! taken Internally and mule In Toledo,
bio, by F.J Cheney A Co. TeitlmonlaU Ireo.
Bold by DrUBKlit. rrlce,73c. per bottle.
Take uall'a Family 1'IIU for conulnailoo.
As to Clippings.
Somo wise mon go about with dim
Inutlvo scissors In their vest pockets
Such may bo usod for ripping clott
when a customer wants a yard or two
or for clipping good things out of tin
nowspnpora. "Old Hickory" wnntt
ovorybody to know that n clipping
enn bo cut from n pnpor much bettoi
with tho point of n common pin thai
with anything else. I bellovo him
For mnny yenro ho has carried In hit
waistcoat pocket n largo bank pin
Some mon uso tho point of a knlft
blado, but not ono man In 100 car
rlos a sharp knife. Tho pin's tin
thing. Ask your bnnkor for ono
nbout 2'j Inches long. Just scratct
tho papor with It and tho clipping wll
fall out. Exchange.
How to got It. How to maintain It:
Tako naturo'B medicine, Garfield Tea,
tho mild laxatlvo. It Is mado ot herbs.
It purifies tho blood nnd establishes n
normal action ot liver, kldnoys, stom
ach and bowels.
Ncoe Rings of Indian Women.
It Is considered an Insult and ox
tromely Indollcato In India to refer tc
a woman's noso ring. It Is tho badge
of wifehood, oven moro sacred that
our godding ring, set always with the
costliest and most beautiful jewels
a womnn possesses and tho last slu
will part with. 'Kvory orthodox Hln
doo woman has hor pak chabl, ot
"noso key," ns It is also called, usunl
ly two, ono of precious jowcls ana
costly pearls; the other a llttlo plain
BOltl safoty pin, which Is sllppod It
just &s the gre. circle Is being drawn
out, for tho nose matt never tor a mo
rceut lv left fro.
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Vividly Described By a Citizen of H
Sioux Falls, South Dakota. H
Andrew Johnson, 411 West Twelfth H
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It TPsT me I could not live 1
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Motor Trains for Army. H
Uso is being mado of motor trains B
In the German army for the moving ot H
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Ever Hear of "8cotty" and His Record- Bafl
Tho story, briefly told. Is this: Wal- H
ter Scott, tho Death Valley gold miner,
mado tho trip from Los Angeles to1
Chicago last Bummer on a special
train over tho "Santa Kg" In less than
45 hours. That whirlwind trnln cost
him more than $G,000. It was tho
fastest long distance run over moun-
tains and plains ever mado on nny
American railway. It demonstrated
beyond disputo that the Santa Fe
track, equipment nnd employees aro of
the dependable kind. Probnbly you
wouldn't care to ride so fast. You pre-
fer the luxury ot our thrco trains from
Utah nnd' Colorado to Every whore
East and Southwest.
Ask mo for ticket rates and Utera-
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Medical authorities In Franco hav J
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marsh fever, or other malarial dls-
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tlan. Peasants In Auvergno havo long
used a sort of brandy mado from that
plant to combat such diseases.
W. L. Douglas H
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