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Bjv (pot wp ix con.Apamt TrtiMi
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H and stomach and nil rheumatic neuraleir and ji
gouty complaints. A trial will prove iwliat v.
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H able In the household. Many people sny ' It is '
thobcst of all your preparations." Prlco in i
cents, at all druceists or other dealers, or by '
H sending this amount to us In postanestnmps wo
H will send you a tuba by malL No attlcle should :
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ML- -.- carries our label, as otherwise it la not genuine,
CIIBSRIJROUaif JHF'fl. CO.,
17 State Street, Ktw Yukk City
CAUSTIC HUMOR OF GALILEO.
Usud In Demolishing Argument Mario
by Brother Scientist.
In a recently published biography ot
Galileo some stories aro told of tho
caustic humor ot that bold Investigat
or. Lotarlo Saral, a wr'ter on science,
having said that tho Dabylonlans usod
to cook cgg3 by whirling thorn In a
Bllng, Galileo replied: "Tho causo of
such an effect Is very romoto fiiom
that to which It Is attributed and to
And tho truo causo I shall reason
thus: "If nn effect does not follow
with us which followed with others at
another tlmo It is becauso in our ex
periments something Is wanting which
wag tho causo of tho formor success;
and' If only ono thing Is wanting to
us that ono thing Is tho true causo.
Now wo havo eggs and slings and
strong j men to whirl them, and yet
they wjll not becomo cookod; nay, If
tnoy woro hot at first they moro quick
ly becomo cold; and slnco nothing la
wanting to us but to bo Babylonian It
follows that being Dabylonlans Is the
truo causo why tho eggs bocama
cooked and not to tho friction of ths
air, which is what I wish to provo."
India Rubber Imports.
Tho Importation ot India rubber
Into tho United States last year ex
ceeded DO.000,000 pounds, and was
valued at moro than $30,000,000. Tho
Imports havo Increased about 60 per
cent In tho last ton years. Over ?100,
000,000 worth of manufactures from
India rubber aro now turned out an
nually from Amorlcan factories.
Beware of Ointments for Catarrh
that Contains Mercury.
as mercury will surelr deitroy the tense of smell and
completely derange the whole system when entering;
it through tho mucous surfaces. Buch articles
houia nererbe used except on prescriptions from
reputable phyilclans, as the damage they will do Is
tea fold to the good you csn possibly derive from
thsm. nail's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by If. J.
Obensy & Co., Toledo, O., contains no mercury, and
Is tskea Intsmslly, acting dtreotly upon the blood
and mucous surfaces of ths system. In buying Hall's
Catarrh Cure be sure you get the genuine. It Is
taken Intsmslly and made In Toledo, Ohio, by F. J.
Cneaer A Co. Testimonials free.
Sold by Druggists. Trice 730 per bottle.
Hall's Family i'llls aro the best.
A Femlnlna Toast.
At a state Federation dinner, on
Joyed by club women of tho North
west, In St. Paul, Minn., a witty re
sponse to tho toast, "The Idoal Man,"
ran ns follows: "Man Is tho paragon
of animals. On his own ground ko
surpassed tho Hon In magnanimity, the
fox in acumen, tho parrot In repartee,
tho monkey in versatility, tho ant in
thrift, the fish in self-control, the spider
In all that goes to make up a valuod
member of society. I daro say that. If
all tho facts woro knowp, man is more
of an absofuto success than tho mule!"
riso's Cure for Consumption ta an infallible i
mcdlclno tw coughs MMaAvVjUirfiai'i-'
Dressing the Hair In Africa.
Tho Suk trlbo In Africa work their
hnlr Into a kind of bag-shaped matted
cnlgnon stiffened with clay. This
reaches almost to tho waist. Tho Suk
also wears a curious capo mado ol
monkey skin rubbed soft. This cape
Is not worn for warmth or protection
from tho sun but when it rains they
put tho capo over tholr hoads to pro
vont tho clay bolng washed out of thelf
Mr. AVInMou'n Soothing tyriip.
For children teething, softens tho kuuis, reduces in.
Ilummatlon, allays pain, cures wind colic 23c a bottle.
Doacort C. had an Irish girl who
wa3 decidedly vordant. Tho Derfcon
was building a woodhouso on ground
which enclosed n well. "And, shuro,"
said his sorvant, "are yo goln' to move
the well?" Observing n nmllo on his
face, she nddod: "Ah I what a big
fool I bo. Shuro ivlry drop of water
would run out moving It I"
Storm tho Cough find
Works Off tho Cold
Laxative Hronio Quinine Tnblots. PrlcoSSc.
Walked Many Thousand Miles.
An English postman died rocontlj
leaving nn authenticated rocord of hav
ing walked 211,000 miles in tho forty
two years ho was employed In the
BlJUOiU STANDARD PIECES.
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alugue. Also won- PlflMnQ direct from factory,
derfnl bargains In rinnuo a big saving to you.
Write at once fur catalogue and prices, fllaudo
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When Answering Advertisements
Kindly. Mention This Raper.
When 1 was a boy wo played a
eamo called "Old Nibs." U was fear
fully and wonderfully made, nnd was
Played In and about a roomy old
barn In the neighborhood.
"Old Nibs," supposed to bo n de
mon of infernal conception, reigned
In tho stable. Ho was transformed
from ono of tho Innocent bovy of
boys by a chanco selection nnd imme
diately retired to tho barn to becomo
a monsterof hideous mien.
Then wo mado Bailies at tho barn,
and bravo was ho who could clamber
In at a rear window and pass out at
another, trespassing upon tho domain
of thGVi-"iki as ho snortod in his lair.
On ono-occaslon I slipped through
tho hay mow door froi an applo troo
hard by, and scrambled aloft on tho
redolent hay. Tho ndoloscont accom
plices on tho ground wero supposed to
keep "Old Nibs" busy while I watch
ed my charfce to lock him out of his
own home; but thoy didn't! Ho camo
crashing up the stairs nftor mo,
smoke issuing from hlB nostrils, a
weird and flighty bellow emanating
from his throat
I stood for a momont almost para
lyzed with fear. Thon my oyo caught
the hay chute orifice, and with ono
foil swoop, I-rJoTe for it, head first! It
was a loap for life on tho spur of tho
.moment, and while tho execution was
good, tho results wero poor.
Like tho ourtaary hay chute, it was
ibig at tho top, tapering to a small
hole at the bottom, Tho result may
bo guessed I stuck, head foremost in
tho chute I I not only stuck in tho
chuto, but I stuck so tightly that even
"Old Nibs" had to turn in with his
persecutors and help extricate me.
Thon thoy made mo "Old Nibs."
That was thcVjame.
There nro Tiogimes nowadays like
"Old Nibs." At least I haven't notic
od any such and I'm not pessimlsti
cal about boys and their games,
The Flrtt Hunt.
The first soft snow Us fallen
Ana the earth Is white with down
Oct your hunting coat and mittens,
Tiring- tho sun and call the noun';
Rabbit tracks areband pjnnt'fc.
r-Put A cold snatu rn yfiur pocket
And we're off behind1 the pack,
Treckins through the virgin blanket,
Vecrlnu woodward on tho tackl
Cotton-tails are sleeping untidy
Underneath the old brush heaps.
Now bo ready when I stamp It
Hit He llles In frightened leaps)
dun to shoulder, eye to barrel:
Quick as flash the trigger play
Sends the leaacn missiles plunging
At the wncelng ball of grayl
"NOW BE READY!"
Ha! He If tips' Ho fallal and nestles
.'f.nd.il,,0.n lhc crimsoned crest.
While the dogs with cruel yelpings
Crowd about poor Bun abreastl
W. nH. M10 diamonds glisten,
iiP.uam."kl,?ed. and glinting bright
With the glories of tho rainbow
rRlnt.'d tl,ero by 8hfls of llghtl
f,t ' .man that he should soil It
,".VUh. tIle. frult or nerco desire?
Why the demon In him throbbing.
Hurtling llko tho breath of flre7
Home at night all wef and weary.
Laden down with cotton-tails.
iMificlnatlng is tho pasilme
Hunting rabbits In the valesl
Not For Him.
Sir Montague "Where is thy serv
ant, my lord?"
Sir Lancelot "Gone to the market
place, Sir Montague, good follow."
Sir M. "Aye, ayo. And what to
purchase, ray lord?"
Sir L. "A song, sir; a most won
drous aud popular ong, my dear
Sir M. "It's namo?"
Sir L. "Ah, it's name, prithee, is
'Ilia ' "
But his slrlot had flown forthwith
3 3 3
Can't Hold 'Em.
A Texas editor complains a write-up
of a flro In his town is not nows. for
the reason that everybody goos to tho
flro and nil know as much about tho
nffnlr ns ho does. In the Interests of
a good newspaper wo would ndviso
chaining tho rural populace during
periods of conflagration.
3 3 3
Out at Nllos Corners, Iowa, theso
has beort another woddlng and tho ro
portor says: "And all things wont as
merry as a marriage boll!" Scorns llko
wo'vo heard that expression somo
whero boforo. Or was It another boll
hoard? The chestnut boll perhaps.
"It Might Have Been."
The sun went down in a blood-red cloud
And the wind breathed a low. harsh
And a strange, weird veil, like a sombre
Hung down from tha murky sky.
T&,x;.,l?0.und', hayed at the angry moon
Th.V fllckored a dim, sad light,
And Njo crickets chirped a dolefut tun
To tho ghosts abroad that night.
Jt was such a night as brave meri hato.
When ths darkness seems to hide
Hut dimly shapoa that congregate
And through the shadows glide.
No start to point the traveler home,
No light on land or sea,
A night when ghost and witch and
Hold tlendlsh revelry.
Through Dead Man's Gulch, by ths)
That stands llku a specter white,
With Its broken arms so gaunt and still,
A footman passed that night.
He trudged along till from without
Tho shadows stood a man,
Dut tho footman did not faint nor shout,
Ho neither turned nor ran.
Ho stood his ground, brave to defond
His every act and deed,
Till the shadow Bpoke and said, "My
Can you give me a chew of tho weed?"
The chew was given, each went his way,
Thero was nelthor death nor din,
Dut I vo often thought, alackadayt
How and "It might have been."
"Hank Spink" In Boston Herald.
QUEER DOINGS OF RIFLE BALL.
Writer Tells of Extraordinary Shot Ho
I myself mado tho most extraord
inary shot at an antelopo that I ever
hoard of, which, howover, has nothing
to do with good shooting, but rather
with tho erratic course that a riflo
ball may take. With Boveral scouts,
white men and Indians, I rodo ovor a
hill, to seo three or four buck anto
lope spring to their foot, run a short
dlstanco and thon stop to look. I
mado a quick shot at ono, which
dropped, and on going to him I found
him not dead, though ciosrerately
wounded. Tho animal had boon stand
ing broadside on his face toward my
left. Tho ball had struck tho loft
elbow, splintering tho olecranon, pass
ed through tho brisket, broken tho
right humerus, turned at right angles
and gone back, cutting sovoral ribs,
brokon tho right femur, thon turned
again at right angles and camo out
through tho inside of tho leg, and
struck tho left hook Joint, which It dis
located and twisted off, so that it hung
by a very narrow string of hide. I
novcr again expect to seo so extraord
inary a course for a rifle ball. Outing.
BANK OF ENGLAND'S MUSEUM.
Curious Collection of Notes of His
The bank of England has a curloui
museum in which tho principal ex
hibits are its own notes.
rrfiiCTiu'wa. issuca by mistake and
bought back by tho bank for $25. An
other Is a noto for a million pounds.
A third is a banknoto, which was
found inside a codfish caught off the
Newfoundland banks, and a fourth is
a noto which was in circulation for
over a century and a half before it
was presented for payment.
There are many forged notes In the
museum, their value aggregating many
millions of dollars, and there aro also
somo notes which woro recovered by
divers from tho sunken wreck of th
British warship "Eurydlco."
Who is wise? Wo who can learn
from ovcrybody. Who is strong? Ho
who can controlLIs passtonB. Who
is rich? Ho whoTs satisfied with his
lot. Who is honorablo? Ho who hon
ors others. New York Nows.
Often Comes From Lack of Right
Napoleon said that tho best fed
soldiers wore his best soldiers, for
fear nnd nervousness come quickly ,
when tho stomach is not nourished. I
Nervous foar is a suro sign that tho
body is not supplied with tho right .
A Connecticut lndy says: "For (
many years I had boon a sufferer from
i digestion and heart troublo and In
almost constant fear of suddon doath,
the most acute suffering possible.
Dieting brought on weakness, emacia
tion and nervous exhaustion and I
was a completo wreck physically and
almost a wreck mentally.
"I tried many foods, but could not
avoid the torrlblo nausea followod by
vomiting that camo after eating until
I tried Grapo-Nuts. This food agreed
with my palate and stomach from tho
start. This wns ubout a year ago.
Steadily and surely a change from
sickness to health came until now I
havo no symptoms of dyspepsia and
can walk 10 mllos a day without bolng
greatly fatigued. I hnvo not taken a
drop of mcdlclno slnco I began tho
uso of Grapo-Nuts nnd people say I
look many years younger than I
"My poor old sick body has boon
mado ovor and I feel as though my
head had been too. Llfo Is worth liv
ing now and I expect to enjoy It for
many years to come if I can keep
away from bad foods and havo Grapo
Nuts." Namo givon-by Postum Co.,
Battlo Creek, Mich.
Thero's a reason.
Look in each packngo for a copy of
tho famous little book, "Tho Road to
COLLEGE BOYS AND THE NEW. I
Care for Little Outside of Their Own f
"Thoro is hardly anything more ab- I
surd than tho way college BtudonU " '
read tho newspapers," roraarkod the f"
graduato at tho University club. "As I
a rulo thoy ignore tho live nows of V
the day and road only tho sporting
pago. I romembor when I wns in col-
lego there woro sovcral epoch-making
ovents that took place, but tho boys I
took no interest in them. In fact, thoy U
practically did not discuss thom at 1
all. When tho Malno was blown up ' r
there was a slight rlpplo of oxcltcment
and a fow expressions of anger, but jfc
within a day or two tho students wero B'
again deep In the sporting page. And f
oven on tho sporting pago tho interest h
was ltmitod to collego contests. It fL
was almost absurd to seo how wo Hf
woro wrapped up in our llttlo world. ti
Fortunately, howover, as soon ns a col-
lego boy is graduated he rapidly broad- S,1
ens out and soon looks back to his col- ''
lego llfo as merely an Incident in his fj
career and not tho most important
part of it." New York Times. jj; "
Baths for School Children. jf
All now schools In Switzerland havo
a portion of tho ground floor appro- f
prlated for baths. Each class bathes ,
about once a fortnight, summer and ,
winter. Soap is used, and a warm S'
bath Is followed by a cooler ono. Sick W
children and thoso having skin dla- jl
eases aro excluded. EL
Brlght's Disease Cured. A
Whltohall, III., Dec. 7. A case has ft
boon rocordod in this placo recently, ..
which upsots tho theory of many phy- Ut
slclans that Brlght's Dlseaso is Incur- jft
able. It 13 tho case of Mr. Lon Manley, W,
whom the doctors told that ho could VL
never recover. Mr. Manloy tolls tho Ik
story of his caso and how he was fl
cured in this way: Jl
"I bogan using Dodd's Kidney. Pills TS
after tho doctors had glvenxmo up. r J
For four or fivo years I had Kidney, , I
Stomach and Llvor Troubles; I was a I
general wreck and at times I would ii
get down with my back so bad that I r
could not turn myself in bod for throe IF
or four days at a tlmo.
"I had several doctors and at last t
thoy told mo I had Brlght's Disease, '"""'l
and that I could never got well. I I
commenced to uso Dodd's Kldnoy Pills ' j
nd I am now ablo to do all my work J
and am all right. I most heartily Jj
recommend Dodd's Kidney Pills and m
am very for cureJaflHflkfeB
in my caso. Thoy BaH
llfo after tho gR
j, rjt rap Away. "' " ""' 'Bf
"I was onco," said a colottrated imi
preacher, "In a Cornish mine some L
hundreds of feet down in tho bowels rl
of the earth. Crawling down a ladder, . U
and feeling that the temperature was ft
evory moment getting warmer, I said Ji
to a miner who was accompanying;
mo: '"It's getting very hot down
hero; how far Is it, do you think, to 5
the infernal regions?'" '"I don't t
know exactly,' ho replied, 'but if you J!
let go you will bo thero in about two " T
If you want creamery prices do as
tho creameries do, use JUNE TINT
RINGS TELL RAM'S AGE.
Hornr Cease to Grow at Regular Sea
sons of the Year. fit
When a ram's constitution has been ji
undermined by tho rutting season, tho fc
horns coaso to grow, nor do they bo
gin again until the spring ot the year,
when Its green vegetation brings nour-
lshlng food, and this Is the causo of
tho rings, which, therefore, indicate ,
tho numbor of winters old a sheep is.
This was ray head man's thoory, and
is, I believe, a correct one, for in tho -j
smaller heads which I havo oxaminod j
theso rings coincided with tho ago ot j
the sheep, as told by tho teeth. Up -to
flvo years tho ago of a shcop can
always bo determined by tho teoth; '
a yearling has but two teeth, a two- ;j
year-old four teoth, a threo-yoar-old
six teeth and a four-year-old or over, '
eight teoth, or a full sot. Exchange. j
NOT TO BE CAUGHT. ' j
Railroad Porter Who Was Almost
1 Too Sharp. (
Prof. D , a woll known ventril
oquist, was bidding adlou to somo
friends, when ono of them prosonted
him with a llttlo fox torrlor, to which '
ho had taken a great fancy. Tho train
began to move, and thoro was no time
to got a dog ticket; so when tho cry
"TIckots!" was hoard at a fow sta
tions farther on, Prof. D popped
tho dog Into a small hamper, which
was labolod, "Prof. D , Vontrllo-
qulst," In bold lottors. Tho dog bo
gan barking, which drow tho portor'a
attention to tho hampor. Tho portor
read tho labol, thon said to tho pro
fessor: "I'm not taking any Just now,
mlstor; I'vo boon caught llko that boforo."
Ancient Clock Does Good Service.
The clock which has boen placed in
tho hall of the Holborn (Eng.) bor
ough council Is at loast 250 years old,
and has boon In tho possession of tha
local authorities for that porlod. II
still keops good tlmo.
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