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8he Wat In No Hurry. t
Iter. Dr. Wtltace, now Jiastor or tha
East End Baptist church, brought a
now ono to Cleveland with him.
According to the story, a HoBton
Elrl Got on the street car one day car
rying ono of those muffs the size of an
ordinary hassock. She liad only one
hand In tho muff. A you tip; man sit
, ting next to her took advantage of tho
opportunity to slip his hand Into tho
unoccupied end of the muff.
Tho lioston girl turned upon him
ecvercly. "I could havo you nrrcstcd
for such a familiarity,' said sho.
"Dut," sho ndded, "I'm from Uoston
end I purpose to keep cnlm. Now, I'll
tust glvo you ten minutes to let go of
ay hand.'" Cleveland Plain Dealer.
Dy His Own Hand.
Everyono Is tho son of hlg own
THOS. CALMF ALASKA,
MEMBER OF U.S. CONGRESS
WtU Known on the Pacific Slofe. His
Washington Athiress is Jjia oth St.,
N. W., Washington, V. C
j CONGRESSMAN THCS. CALE.
Hon. Titos. Cnlo, who was elected to
Congress from Alaska, Is well known on
t the Pacific slope, whero ho lins resided.
i I Ills Washington address Is 1312 Oth St.
( 1 N. V Washington, D. C.
Washington, D. C
I 1 F-runa Drug Co.. Columbus, Ohio.
I Gentlemen: I can cheerfully recont-
Lmend Peruna as a very efficient rem
edy for coughs and colds.
lion C. Slcmp, Congressman from
. Virginia, writes: "I havo used your val
I tiablo remedy, Peruna, with beneficial
results, and can unhesitatingly recom
mend your remedy as an Invigorating
j tonic and an effective, and permanent
euro for catarrh."
Man-a-lin the Ideal Laxative.
srW, "r"E ONLY
i inn Durable
, , aWAliC0ATIN6
pSuitable for any room, never-t
molds, mildews or drops off the
wall. Comes In dry powder. Add
cold water. Brush on wall with
1 Inch flat brush.
i Alabostlne Is in packages, cot-
I rectly labeled AkABASTINB.
Each package covers from 300 to
450 cquarc feet of walL
i ' SIXTEEN DEAUTirUL SOIT.
' THAT NEVER TADE. AS WELL
AS A CLEAR BRILLIANT WHITE
' Alabastine is absolutely sanitary
and thoroughly beautiful Try It
this fall. Your dealer has it, if
I j not, write to
1 ALABASTINE CO.
J New York City - Orand Rapid. Mich,
' SICK HEADACHE
! 1 A, .-l.'-P0"lve1ycurcdby
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I I TPWiUt-r UIg-eationauilTooIleartr
l"3 I V E R Katln. A Jwrffct rem-
L$9 niii nljr for Dlsslueaa, Nau-
1 llE PILLOa sea, Drowalntaa, Had
J JM M TaMetnthoMouth.Coat-
Mnjll h1 Tonmie, Tain In tha
smagAaM lm,i,.Tfiiii'in L1VEO.
Ttiey ifpulato the Ilowels. Purely Vegetable.
SMALL PILL SMALL DOSE. SMALL PRICE.
. i Imrvrra'cl Gcnulno Must Bear
' ! uAHTEHd Fac-SimiloSignaturo
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1 tea I REFUSE SUBSTITUTES.
J . KLADLKo tirlnir lo bur antr
al thing ads trtnad In
! lit columns should Insist upon having
h what they ask lor, refusing all sussu-
r tutss or Imitation..
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I' I.WSPSSS HAIR DAL8AM
T ' WA&PfWtnM C1lns and UsuliCes Un hilt
W.'!i'l I'rmaotts a , lusulUM Itsith.
Lu&EaT & JPt Vmw Talla to Jlsstora Oray
aWlTOJU'WU Half '? Ha Youthful Co or.
1 How It 'Warned Captain Ezra
It wns a cold night. Tho wind was
blowing a galo and driving n flno
snow which cut tho fnco and blinded
the pedestrian. Tho vessels tied up
at T wharf looked bleak and cheer
Iusbj but they v.ero very comfortable
under hatches. In the cabin of the
schooner Ktnily ('arsons a brisk flro
was burning In tho round fltove, and
tho odor of tobacco so appetizing to
those who like Jt scented tho air.
Capt. Kzra I'urBons, In a comfortable,
chair, with his feet upon tho Btovo
fender, wns pulling uron n villainous
looking pipe, while reclining upon ono
of tho bunks which lined tho cabin
wns Beth Jonklns, and hnlf n dozen
members of tho crow wero distributed
nbout tho llttlo room.
"Kind o' Bnug here," said Seth Jon
klns with n grunt of content. "Just tho
Bnmo I wouldn't like to bo outside
tho bay In thlB."
"Tho Cmlly Is as safo ns a church In
any kind of weather," Bald Cnpt. Kzra.
"'Course sho gets a llttlo wet now and
then, but you oxpoct that. I wouldn't
change her for tho White House, no
"Well," snld Seth, " 'taint likely that
Itoosevelt 'II nsk jcr to swap. I don't
llko theso wot Bhlps myself."
"Vou don't?" sneered Capt. Ezra.
"Well, I don't Beo you ownln' or com
manding any dry ones or wot ones
cither. Just pass Unit bottlo this
"I don't know If I ought to let you
hnvo It," hesitated Seth. "Spirits
ain't good for n man with your hot
temper. First thing you know you'll
bo sccln' things, snnUcs mid green
bugs and nmybo lm'nts."
Kzra acquired tbo bottle nnd poured
himself n liberal drink.
"I Eaw a ghost, once," Bald Capt,
Thcro was n sensa ion. Several of
tho boys sat up In their berths, and
tho Nova Scotia man jumped out upon
tho deck. Only Seth laughed.
"I knew you'd bo sccln' things If
you took another drink," ho said.
"Tell us about it, cap," said tho
" 'Taint much of n story," said Ezra,
"but It happened, all right. Any o'
you boys remember Sam Matthows?
Well, ho was an old dory mate o'
mine, and ono o' tbo whitest lads that
over breathed. Wo sailed under Capt.
Duncan McGann In tho schooner
Choyennc, ono of tho fastest boats out
o' Gloucester 1G years ago.
"Sam and mo had soma flno times
together and Bomo tough ones; but
tho last was ono January day. Wo set
out from tho ship In tha mornln' with
not a drop to drink or blto to eat In
tho dory. Wo set our trawls and tend
ed them till about noon, when fog
enmo on nnd wo started for the ship.
Sho was gono nnd wo couldn't find
her. Wo wns CO miles from shoro
with wind and tldo ngalnst us and
It wns bitter cold. Sam wasn't easily
scared, but ho scz to mo: 'I guess It's
all day with us, Ezra',' nnd I couldn't
seo much chnnco for us. Hut wo
stnrtcd to row nuliine, nnd wo rowed
until our hands was blistered terrible,
nnd tho salt water would get Into tho
Tho first day wo couldn't ha' made
20 miles. That night It como on to
blow and wo shipped so in ish water
thnt our clothes froze on us. That day
wo couldn't ha' gono ten mllos and wo
wasn't suro wo were goln' right. Wo
both was bo weak wo couldn't hardly
keep at tho work, but somehow wo
was ablo to llvo till mornln'. Thon
Sumo glvo In nnd lay down In tho bot
tom nnd I couldn't get him up. 'Taint
no use, mato,' ho said, 'wo'vo got to
go.' In a llttlo whllo ho died. Not nn
hour after wo was picked up. I got
well, but I lose- a too from frostblto.
I novor forgot Sam, and always kept
thlnkln' If ho only could ha' held on
an hour moro.
"A llttlo later I bought tho Emily
PnrsonB and took her out. I guess It
wns llvo years after that I was on
Drown's bunk gcttln' fish, and started
for homo. Thcro came on a thick fog
nnd a heavy sea, and I had to go by
reckonln', but I know the placo pretty
well and I thought I was goln' right.
I remember It Just as pjaln as can bo.
I was at tho wheol, Joo Willis was
forward as lookout, everybody olso
was below. It was Just about mid
night. All of n sudden I seen a man
stnmlln' alongside o' me In ollaklns,
drlppln' with wet. lie looked up and
It wns Sam Matthews.
"I was bo scared I could hardly hold
tho heel, and I could only look at
I Ills fuco was terrible palo, Just
no 1 'ooked when ho died.
"'Ezra, old ft lend,' ho suz to mo.
'Do you know whero you'ro goln'?
You'ro goln' straight for Capo Sable,
an' you'll bo on tho beach In five min
utes. Oct your anchors out.' Thon
ho seemed to kind o' fada away and I
was alone. I lot out a yell that
brought tho wholo crew up, nn' I got
them anchors out In a Jiffy. But wo
drngged and dragged, and It scorned
hours heforo thoy held. Tho men
thought 1 was o.uzy; but I wouldn't
tell them nothln', but wont down nnd
drnnk noar n quart of whisky. Tho
next mornln" when tho fog lifted I
could ha' tossed n biscuit on shoro."
There was n silence for fully a min
ute. Then tho Nova Scotlr.n asked:
"Are you suro you wasn't asleep?"
"Tho rocks was right alongside,"
said tho captain.
Seth Jonklns didn't say anything at
Tho athletic son wrote homo from
sollogo as follows:
"Dear Pop: Watch tho papers.
Next week 1 distinguish myself by
throwing the hammer." I
And tho Irato old gentleman stamped
bis gouty foot nnd replied:
"I don't caro to rend any such dis
graceful nntlcs In tho paper. If you
break nny windows you'll havo to pay
tor them yourself."
5100 Reward, $100.
Tn rtiaen of this pptr will b !"' W'"
bit tbere Isat lean ouo lres i dlseasa lust sclaaes
m beeo atla 10 euro la a.l lu sixes, ana that is
Catarru Hail's Caurrn Cure Is the only jwsIUtj
curs now known 10 tha medical fraternity Catartn
beluK a constitutional nlseue, requires a consiliii
tlonsl treatment. Hall's Catarrh Lure Is taken In
ternally, actlnir directly upon tlie blond and mucoos
surfaces of the system, thereby destroying the
foundation of tha disease, and kItIok the ptllent
strenjtth by building up tbo constitution and assist.
Ins nature lu doing Us work. The proprietors hata
so much fatthln itscuruire powers thl ther .offer
One Hundred Doliare for any case that It falls SO
cure. Bend for list of lestlmnolals
AdJressK J C1IKNKV & CO., Toledo, O.
Sold by all llruitMals, 750.
Take flail's Family Tills for constipation.
Chickens In the Snowball.
Several boys at Tusten, Sullivan
county, started a ball of Bnow rolling
down a hill, nnd It went flying through
Farmer Schneider's chicken coop.
Tho big ball gathered up nlno of
Schncldcr'B fat hens. With tho
poultry packed Into tho ball, legs and
heads of chickens sticking out of tho
mass, It rolled farther nnd brought
up In tho barnyard of tho next farmer,
on tho opposlto Bldo of tho Tusten
turnpike, whero tho pigs nto flvo of
tho chickens. Port Jcrvla dispatch
to tho N. Y. World.
A Remedy for Neuralgia or Pain In
For neuralgia nnd sciatica Sloan's
Liniment Ikib no equal. It has a pow
erfully sedatlvo effect on tho nerves
penetrates without rubbing nnd
gives lmmcdlato relief from pnln
quickens tho circulation of tho blood
and gives a pleasant sensation of com
fort nnd warmth.
"For three years I suffered with
neuralgia In tho head nnd Jaws,"
writes J. P. Hubbard, of Marietta, S.
C, "and had almost decided to havo
threo of my teeth pulled, when a
friend recommended mo to bny n 25
cent bottlo of Slonn's Liniment. I did
so and experienced lmmcdlato relief,
nnd I kept on using It until tho neu
ralgia was entirely cured. I will novor
bo without a bottlo of Sloan's Lini
ment in my houso again. I uso it nlso
for Insect bites and soro throat, and I
can cheerfully recommend It to nny
ono who suffers from any of tho Ills
I havo mentioned."
HEARD IN BOSTON.
Aunt Hester Did 'oo play kissing
games at tho party?
Emerson Hlghhed Well, thoy par
ticipated In oscillatory pastimes,
which I consider a rathor uulnterest
ln'g and Juvenllo diversion.
HAD TO GET STRENGTH FIRST.
Hard Worked Woman Not Ready to
Face Hired Girl Problem.
A Massachusetts man, whoso busi
ness frequently takes him over tho
lino Into Vermont, says that ono even
ing ho was a guest at a farm houso In
that etato when ho observed that tho
wlfo of tho owner a poor, wan llttlo
womnn wns doing overy bit of tho
work around tho houso.
As ho himself put it, Bho did an
amount of work that would havo put
an ordinary Massachusetts horso to
shamo and ho really felt llko a vil
lain sitting thcro watching her.
Feeling considerable compassion for
tbo woman, who looked as If ready to
drop from overwork, tho visitor
"Why don't you got help hero?
Surely you aro not going to try to pull
through tho long winter without u
A sickly smllo enmo to tho pallid
faco of tho woman. "Waal, I dunno,"
sho said. "I don't feol as If I could
Just ylt; but p'raps cf I should get to
feolln' a llttlo better and Btrongcr I
might" Illustrated Magazine
A Way Some People Have.
A doctor said:
"Doforo marrlago my wlfo observed
in summer and country homes, coming
In touch with families of varied means,
culture, triBtes and discriminating ten
dencies, that tho famlhos using Pus
turn seemed to average bettor than
thoso UBlng coffee.
"Whon wo wero married two years
ago, Postum wns among our first order
of groco s. Wo also put In somo cof
fee and toa for guests, but attor both
had stood around tho pnr r a'jout a
yoar untouched, they ivo.-o t uowr.
away, and Postum used only.
"Up to tho age of 28 I had been ac
customed to drink coffee ns a routine
habit and Buffered constantly from In
dlgostlon and all Its relatlvo disorders.
Since using Postum all tho old com
plaints hn o completely left me nnd I
Bomotlmes wonder If Iovor had them."
Nnmo given by Postum Co, Dattle
Crock, Mich. Head, "Tho Iload to
Wellvlllo," iapkgs. "There's a Ileason,"
AfifJEEINQ WITH THE AB8E890R. j
Hl Rssason for Bidding Unneeded
V .AJditlOTVflT House.
neprcsentatlvo Blrdsall of Towa ob
jects to tho 'high rentals charged In
Washington during the congressional
season. Ho says he feels like an
Irish farmer ho knew out In his dis
trict. Tho farmer had bought a placo
out of savings as a farm-hand and
renter. Tho tax assessor came around
one day nnd put a valuation on Pat's
now property which Pat thought ex
cessive. Ills protest, howovor, was
Ono day a -neighbor visited Pat nnd
found him building an nddltlon to his
house, and obviously tho houso was
plenty big enough without It
"Isn't that a pleco of cxtravn
ganco?" ho asked Pat
"Think agin It molght bo," said
Pat, "but I'm nfter bavin' tho ould
place warth phat tbo osslsser soya it
Scrappclgh I was a confounded
fool when I got married!
Mrs. Scrappclgh Well, John, mar
ried life hasn't changed you any I
and this notice the John A. Salicr Seed
Co., La Crosfe, Wis., in order to gain
200,000 new cm-tomcrs durinu 1903. will
mail jot! free their great plant and seed
catnlog togitlicr with
1 pkg. "Quick Quick" Carrot $ .10
1 pkg. Earliest ltipc Gibbago... 10
1 pkg. Karliest Ijncrnlil Cucumber.. .IS
1 pkg. I.i Croio-c Market Lettuce 15
1 pkg. Lirly Dinner Onion 10
1 kg. Strawberry Mlwkmelon 15
1 tikg. '1 liirtccn Day Kadisli 10
1HKJ kernel gloriously bctutiful
flower seed 15
Abotc Is sufficient feed to grow 33 bu.
of rarest vegetables nntl thousands of bril
liant flowers and all is muled to you
postpaid Foil 12c,
or if you send 10c, wo will nilil n packngo
of llcrlincr Ilarhcat Caulillnuer. John A.
Salzer Seed Co., La Crosse, Wis. K. & W.
A Daffled Palmetto Journalist.
Thero is a chewing gum slot ma
chine in tho waiting-room at tho Sea
board Air Lino depot in Chcraw that
-is-olthor out of fix or has no gum In
it and should bo removed. Wo de
posited two cents in it Saturday night
and got no gum. Of course two
cents is a small amount, as for that
matter, but tho raachlno should bo
looked after carefully or It will be
come a public Imposition. Chester
"Your husband Is still very fond of
horses," said tho woman who disap
proves of betting,
"Yes," answered young Mrs. Tor
kins. "Well, it's nothing to his credit."
"I don't know nbout that. It shows
ho has n very forgiving disposition."
Drenthcs thcro a man with soul so dead
Who navcr to blmself has said.
As ho stubbed his too against tho bed:
Brown's Dronchlat Troches
havo a world-wldo reputation for cur
ing coughs, soro throats and rollovlng
bronchitis and asthma.
Probably tho best salvo for healing
tbo broken heart of n woman is a
mlxturo of time and another man.
Little wonder that Garfield Tea meets
with approval everywhere it is the Ideal
Laxative; pure, mild, heal i-givingl It reg
ulates the liver and overcomes constipation.
It la easier for a man to acqulro a
bad reputation than it Is for his chil
dren to live It down.
ONJ.Y ONI! "IlltOMO GtllNINK"
ThatlalJtXATIVH IIIU)MOOtllNNK. Lu.k for
tho slgnatorn of K. W J11U . B. LI sod tho World
frvcrto Cure a Cold In Ono iHiy. Be.
A virtuous deed should nover be
delayed. Alexander Dow.
Sire. Window' Roothlnrr Hyrup.
For children teething, v f tens the gores, reduces In
flammation, allays pain, curce wlad uollu. ttc a bottle.
Somo men Just can't foot a bill with
Effects of the Trade, I
"A shoemaker Is a poor sort of crea
"Ilecauso he Is by trado a heeler,
and there Is not A, time when ho Is not
willing to soil his solo."
"llut yon must admit ho has ono
"What Is It?"
"Ho will stick to tho last"
Deware of Debt.
Tlalclgh: Ilorrowlng Is tho cankor
and death of every man's cstnto.
HOWARD E. BURTON, Mg&l&W H
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