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I tor Forty-seven Years
I i. hn faeon a suf Jleloht gUocanloO
' Ml ualltv to know n thing Waft
6,qu" bought ot
SALT LAKE CITY, UTAlt
M,H Qfdtri Pl-omplly Plllsd.
1 " 'Tl Often Thus,
M'vo BO' nn nwful t;olcl."
"It's hung on for n week.
"And g ofB0'
"And nothing seems to do nny
"flay, roilfoiimt It, It's ft fnko about
everybody jou moot tellltiR you of
, ,ome lii'nilllilo rumcily. You're the
' eighth mint I'v0 tncklod this morning
without n bit of luck,"
Novel Kite Game.
The manner In which kites can bo
I manipulated Is well Illustrated by the
H came of Vnlmta. This gamo Is best
I titaycd with smiads of ten or less a
I ildo caufrped with ordinary Indian
I kites of tissue tinper nnd reels llko
I The gamo Is to My your klto so that
I It cuts tho string of un opponent's klto
If by sawing It, rescues being effected
B; by Hcd Cross kites bo manlpulnteil
I ) that they get underneath and pick up
I the falling kite.
I Emma Eamei and Impresario.
' Emma Karnes never willingly Blngs
' the role of Mlcaela In "Carmen,"
I though In stnr casts the putt Is prop
I erly gUen to a soprano of tho first
H One night while sitting in her dress
H Ing room waiting for tlio second act
H (In which Mlcaela does not appear)
H to pass, Maurice Qruu, tho linpres
H arlo, entered, Madam Karnes looked
H him over critically nnd said savagely:
H "Upon my word, you must bo a Tory
Hi rich man to afford to pay mo my sal
s' ary to sing audi a part!" Sunday
H "John Henry," sharply spoko Mrs.
H VlckScon, "there's n young man that
Hi comes here about II vo nights In tho
H week ,0 eo Drldgct, nnd I want you
H to tell him to milt coming, right oft."
Hi "Alvlra," said her husband, "you'vo
H been running this Iiouro for 1C years,
H anJ I have never disputed your author-
I lty In alt that time, but this Is whero
' I kick' I am going to assert my man
I hood! If you want to stop that big-
(trapping, two-fisted young man from
coming hero to see llrldget, by the
I great hornspoon, Alvlra, you'll havo
I to do It yourself!"
A Gentle Hint to Motorists.
I If the samo nmount of effort ex-
pended on the horn to get peoplo to
I movo out of your way were used to
movo tho steering wheel Hllghtly so as
I not to seem to bear directly upon the
H person n front, nnd If you should
I steer around wagons in tho road, as
nine times out of ten you must do In
the end, rather than blow and blow
tho horn In vain effort to get them
to move, much less friction would bo
caused and tho speed Increased 1
think It Is much better to pass careful
ly and as quietly as possible. Often
you are noticed hardly at all, and you
can generally tell If warning Is nec
essary Outing Magazine.
Queer Tastes in the Carolina.
During the exposition In Charleston
ono of tho many colonels In North
Carolina came heio with Gov. Aycock,
says the News and Courier. Ho was
very fond of lco cienm, and at one
of the most brilliant receptions of that
period naked for pepper and salt, with
which ho declared It had always been
his habit to eat his cream, That was
something new under tho sun In theso
paits, but ns the Krsklne college mnn
says, Do gustlbus uon dlsputnndum.
It must bo said, however, that the
tnrhcel colonel is not the only person
of distinction who llkea salt. A bril
liant young lawyer shocked his associ
ates at tho Toft dinner -in Summer
lllo by di Inking his chumpngno with
salt. It Is said that salt glveB almost
as lino a bouquet as vinegar.
Ono of tho chief problems of tho
5 twentieth century will bo the regu
lation of other combinations of men,
whether based upon race or voluntnry
associations for Industrial and other
purposes; and that pi oblum will In
volve politics, Jurisprudence and social
sclcnco, In one point political organi
zations must bo followed. It Is that
of accepting tho natural tendencies of
a progressive ago Instead of trying to
tun counter to thorn, . . . Tim
, ., triif, nadr.U'onfn.'nr the, in.'quaaaU-sa
hulon must bo found In keeping In
mind both tho Individual tuul tho
Rroup, and politics and Jurisprudence
can bo wisely dlrectod only by n thor
ough study of tho psychology of tho
group, a Lawrence Lowoll, president-elect
ot Harvard University, In
Address on Social Regulation.
II CAMPBELL SUB-SUFiFACE
' ' b burfaco factor, Etf have heard '
ali'0M ryfJI even one talk-
I Send for our Special ram.pb.lei on Sub- I
i .... V" "HIT, tho best known system I
, orVrjri rmini;." a method ol absolutely I
; ""ft1. ?"'nrr crop with n minimum n
I .V"i,ufk'cf ,,,mildl"le who 19 T
I tivf nw-U.li heavy and strong-, and
I ilS Lr.mo ", mada ,0 tr all tho evtra
, lht needed. Ak for Catalog No. U7
1 Parlln & Orendorff Co.,
Portliiid.Ort. CANTOtf.iU. Spokane, Web.
j:'aMmleniet.Vblcle Co., Salt Ult City, Utib.
THE NAVAL BUREAb
AND THE EFFORT TO OVER
THROW THE PRESENT SYSTEM.
Opponents Among the Officers of the
Navy Anxious to Have a Re.
organization of the
thereihas existed In tho navy for
many years A more or lets open tin.
tngonlsm to the bureau system of tho
service, but It was only recently thnt
this widespread mutter of discontent
reached tho open cry of- revolt. As a
result of It there was nn Investigation
ut tho hands of the senato naval com
mittee, which led to nothing, but which
Went to provo tho statement, so long
malntnlned by so many of tho service,
that tho bureau system has become bo
Interlocked with politics that there Ib
no separating tho two.
Hut tho matter would not down, and
Inst summer there wub a notablo gath
ering at tho Naval War college In
Nowpart, a congress composed of
every nvollablo navy nfllcer whoso
duties permitted him to attend. It was
a concession to tho critics, but its con
clusion was as lamo and Impotent ns
was that of tho senate investigation.
Tho senate Inquiry and tho Nowport
conferenco wero the direct result of a
series of attacks which had been di
rected against the bureau system by a
number of naval olucers. Theso were
not disgruntled over nny prlvnto grlev.
ances against tho bureaus; they were
not malcontents In tho general accept
ance of tho term. On the other hand,
they wero Intensely patriotic men,
highly competent In their profession,
and earnestly striving for tho better
ment of tho service.
Nor Is It to be supposed thnt the In
dependents, as they linvo been styled,
have been alono hi their attacks on the
bureau system. As long ago ns 1S85
tho late William C. Whitney, who was
then secretary of tho navy, pointed
out tho faults of tho system In n re
port that Is still regarded as tho most
clear, specific and rigorous arraign
ment of tho system that has yet cm
ployed typo. With characteristic ener
gy ho then concentrated his efforts to
obtain remedial legislation.
Tho present distribution of authori
ty shows that thoro Is no legal provi
sion for nny technical officer upon
whom would devolve tho responsibility
of tho military efficiency of tho navy
Its prepaicdness for war, tho solo ob
ject for which It Is maintained.
It Is Insisted thnt nil congress needs
to do to perfect tho existing ndmlnls
Istratlvc system Is to reestablish the
missing balanco wheel that was re
moved In 18-12 to give the secretary a
board of four sea-going officers, nd
mlrals and captains, to rotnln office nt
his pleasure, hut not for more than
"Many of the faults found by thd
Into .Mr. Whltnoy have been correct
ed," Secretary Newberry said. "Aside
from tho general board that has no
status flxed by law, nnd tho board on
construction similarly organized, the
distribution of authority Is ns follows:
The duties of both of thoso bodies have
been fixed In tho regulations which
havo been approved this day by the
president In accordance with section
1547. and they have the status of law
Truman H. Newberry, Secretary of the
until changed by order of tho presi
dent. "As for tho assertion that thero Is
no legal provision for any technical
officer upon whom would devolvo the
responsibility for the military effi
ciency of tho navy, I respectfully sug
gest that technical officers are provid
ed In the hends of bureaus and the co
ordination of the work of theso bu
reaus provided for by the establish-
muni if tlui luiiril nf pnniil runt Inn rtir.
incut of tho board of construction con
sisting of five line officers of high
tank. Further, that the iiroEcnt organ
ization of the department consists,
fl.-ni, of tho secretary and of tho gen
eral board, whoso duties aio pre
scribed In tho regulations nnd which
has to do with the military nnd per
sonnel side of tho unvy, and of tho
board of construction, which has to do
with tho material side as It nffects tho
design, construction and tcpnlr ot ves
tols. Tho chief of tho bureau of navi
gation nets as tho chief naval oilvlser
of tho secretary of the navy, nnd all
military orders are Issued through
him, nnd on Important matters nftor
receiving tho ndvlco of tho general
board, of which ho Is a member."
IN BALMY BERMUDA
FAVORED LAND WHERE WINTER
IS LIKE SUMMER IN AMERICA.
The Islands of White and Green, Set
In a Circle of Blue Sea, Are the
Delight of Native and
It Is In Bermuda as perhaps no
whore else that tho sky Is soft nnd
bluo, and a gontlo brcezo Inden with
the smolh of tho sea beach comes to
you through cedars and ncross fields
of lilies. You havo started out early
on your blcyclo, say, and dotormlned
to seo something of tho islnnds.
If nil tho stories you havo read of
tho Islnnds ure true, thero Is much to
see. Of course, you havo looked over
Washington Irvlng's essay In which ho
tolls ot the Three Kings who wero
wrecked on theso Islands nnd found
a hugo mass of ambergris, quarrolcd
over it, and two wero about to light,
when tho third hid tho weapons. Tho
treasure was conllscated by tho com
pany which then owned tho Islands,
so that when their ship called, tho
three kings weio nono tho richer for
their contested wealth. You havo
heard of Tom Moore, tho poot who
spent much tlmo hero, nnd who had n
house In Hermudn, which Is still point
ed out to tho visitor. You have heard
of tho lagoon across which tho singer
rowed his boat of un ovonlng to call
upon his lady nt tho other side. Then
thoio nro all those stories of how Sir
dcorgo Somera llrst drifted nsljoro on
tho Islands that up to thnt time had
been spoken of In whispers ns Inhab
ited by wicked spirits whose chief Joy
was to wreck the llttlo vessels that
winged thither. Hack to Shako
spenro's day goes your thought, to
tho superstitious old mariner who re-
Xunii'Lifl ills Jill lye, JL1i!i,2,LwJ?il.Ill
"erbeatoiT to recounThls mfveiuures io
an awo-Btrlcken nudlenco of homo
bodies. Shakospearo heard of tho
"vexed Hermoothes," and his active
Imagination wove, from tho threads ot
hearsay, that weird and bountiful
story of "Tho Tempest." Again you ro-
THEIR HARD LUCK.
Hero Is a Phil May Btory. In his
youth ho worked. on tho Hullotin of
Sydney. Australia, Occasionally tho
young man would bo nsslgned by tho
Bulletin peoplo to the pollco courtB,
nnd from theso ho would brlug back
sketches, now humorous and now jia
thetlc, that wero ndmlrnble.
Ono of tho best of tho Bulletin
sketches hangs In tho library of Mr.
Chamberlain. It portruyH a thin, hang
dog man In the prisoners' dock, talk
ing to a very mild and sympathetic
looking Judge, Mr. May's story of tho
sketch Is that tho prisoner had been
dragged before the Judge ovory few
months for a number of years.
"Your faco Is familiar hero," the
latter now said.
"It Is. vour honor -worso luckl" re
I turned the prisoner.
Are you married yet?"
"Not yet, Blr."
"Not yet, eh? How long Is It now
that you have been engaged?"
"Seven years, your honor."
"So long as that? Why In the world
haven't you sot married In all that
member tnlos of blockade runners,
during tho civil war, and how theso
Islands, hemmed In by their nntural
fortification of coral reefs, whoso only
safe entrances wore Known to tho fow
mariners, served ns a transshipping
point for contraband goods from both
noi th and south. Thero aro many
caves along tho rugged shores, that
you mean to oxploro If you enn get
tlmo. What do you know? You may
llnd a trensuro hidden there genera
tions ago by thoso wild nnd lawless
The road on which you spin Is
smooth ns a Moor, und hero and thero
you pass through a deep cut whero
Jagged coral walls, topped by dark
shrubbery, leave but a narrow, twist
ing ribbon of bluo nbovo you whero
the sky looks down. Again von skirt
tho top ot a gontlo hill, nnd :ook down
across a vista ot rich farmland. A
strango nspect It presents, all divided
up Into small green patches with
rocky bits betwdon nnd great dark
cednrs fringing tho crests of hills or
Bhadlng tho rich bottoms. Against
tho sky, calm and serene, rlso threo
stntely palms, and as you turn n bend
In tho road you seo more nnd more of
them. And all among tho green, green
vegetation ot tho valley nto tho little
whlto houses with their green blinds,
ns trim und nent as a doll's v:''ngo.
They aro mado of the coral rock sawn
Into squares In tho uunrry sou will
pass on your wny. Tho rock Is soft
nnd cuts almost llko cheese when It
Is taken from tho bed. but It burdens
Into n coment-llko hardness and en
dures forever apparently. And na you
rldo, thero to tho loft of you twinkles
tho old ocean, now hiding behind a
bluff or a thick grove, and then shim
mering forth again, blue nnd beautiful.
Possibly you leave your wheel by tho
roadside and go down to tho beach
to Sao tho cnuldrous, as they aro
tlons llko great kettles, Into which tho
tldo rushes nnd retreats with tho np- ,
pcarnnco of boiling up from the Btlll
It was In 1C09 that Sir dcorgo
Homers landed on Ilcrmuda.
"Because, your honor, ' tho prisoner
explained, "Ann nnd I haven't man
agod to bo both out of Jail at tho samo
JUST LITERARY GOSSIP.
"What," asked tho young lady, "do
you think of Ibson's view on mar
"Oh-er-1 don't rend Russian," replied
tho young gentleman uneasily.
Then thoro was a pauso.
"How," ho began, "do you like Tol
stoi's book on on ?"
"Oh. why, you see. I never could 'en
Joy French novels," she answered.
Then he said, "1 seo by tho papor
that Sardou Is dead "
"Well, I always thought that some
body would suffer If they kept on with
' UlUbU UUlUplulllo, Dliu tiling t'lUli.
The Maid Do yez know anyhln'
about them people that Jlst moved In
threo doors beyant - '
The Garbage Man Naw, I dunno
nothln' about 'em 'but they havo aw.
rul awell wlll.'-Puck.
WHERE HE 8T00D.
Percy Do you think your father
would object to my marrying you?
Pearl I couldn't say. If bo's any
thing llko mo ho would.
Professor Munyon has Just Issued a
most beautiful, useful and complete Al
manac; It contains not only nil thosclen
tide Information concerning tho moon's
phases, In all tho latitudes, but has Il
lustrated articles on how to read char
acter by phrenology, palmistry and
birth month. It also tells all about
card reading, blrlh stones nnd their
meaning, and gives tho Interpretation
of dreams. It teaches beauty culture,
manicuring, gives weights and meas
ures, and antidotes for poison. In fact.
It is n Magazlno Almnnac, that not
only gives vnluablo Information, but
will afford much amusement for ovory
member of tho family, especially for
parties and evening entertnlnments.
Farmers and peoplo In tho rurnl dis
tricts will find this Almanac almost
It will bo sent to nnyono absolutely
freo on application to the MUNYON
HKMEDY COMPANY'. PHILADELPHIA.
First Fahrenheit Thermometer.
In tho year 1714 ono Daniel Gabriel
Fahrenheit brought to tho chancellor
of tho University of Hallo two ther
mometers which agreed so perfectly
In registering temperatures that they
wero considered mnrvels. AH scien
tists were amazed. Ilia method la
now ono of tho threo accepted stand
ards. Fahrenheit was by birth n
Prussian, but aftor his fifteenth year
ho lived a long life In Amsterdam, ills
great skill In working In glass en
abled him to carry out his Ideas. Ho
was an original thinker, but for com
mercial reasons kept secret his meth
ods of manufacture for 18 years.
Cntnrrh Cannot He Cured
nth LOCAL AITLICATIONH. 1 thry Mnncit rMoh
Hie Miit ot the dl-iu. (Urrh hi a tilnoil or ronttl- i
tuttimitl itlw-ftM-, and In nnltr to cure It ou mint Ukfl
Intrrnal rtmKllm. Hall's C'aUrrli Cuit U takrn In.
trmallr anil arts dlmtly niNrti tlie blood and muftmfl
ttirfar-fl. Italia catarrh euro b nnt a quark innli.
rtne. It wan prwrltM-d by nna ot the brat ph)nlrlAna
m thta country tor jmra and la a rotular prirtntlon.
It la compowd of tha btut tonlra known, wmblnrd
ftllh the beat blood piinnrra. artlna dtrrrlly on tha
nmroua aurtarra. The perfect combination of tha
two Inirmltcnta la what producea aurh wonderful re
lulu In curing catarrh. Hend for teallmonlala. free.
f. J. ciii:.ni:y it) . rroi . Toledo, a
Sold by Ilruaalata. prlea 7&e,
Take Hairs tamllr 1'llla for conntlnatlon.
The' Penny Saved.
Tho Penny Saved was put In tho
bank, tho old broken teapot having
gono out of stylo. Hero It presently
overheard two voices talking.
"I want to borrow 150,000,000 to
finance a candle trust!" said ono
"Olad to accommqdnto you!" said
And the noxt tho Penny Snved knew,
It was going out Into tho channels of
When tho man to whom It belonged
fell Into Bore need tho was a candlo
mokor and tho trust crushed him out)
nnd came to tho bank for his money,
ho was courteously Informed that tho
Institution had pastsed Into tho hands
of a receiver and recommended to call
again In n year or two and got his
shnro of the assets, should thero provo
to bo any. Puck.
It wns In tho hotel of a western min
ing town that the Now England guest,
registering In tho office, heard a suc
cession of youd yells.
"What In tho world Is thnt a mur
der going on upstairs?" ho domnnded.
"No," Bald tho clerk, us he slammed
tho book and lounged toward tho
stairs, "It Is tho spring bed up In No.
C. Thnt tenderfoot up thero don't got
tho hang of It. nnd every fow days ho
gets ono o' tho spiral springs screwed
Into him like n shirt stud. I guess I'll
havo to go up, If thero ain't anything
more I can do for you for u fow min
utes." Youth's Companion.
A Substitute for Work.
"Physical culture, father, Is perfect
ly lovely!" exclaimed an enthusiastic
miss Just home from college. "Ijok!
To develop tho arms I grnsp this rod
by ono end and movo It slowly from
right to left."
"Well, well!" exclaimed tho fathor:
"what won't sclenco dlscovor! If thnt
rod hnd straw at the othor end ot It
you'd bo sweeping" Success Magazine.
Palatable, Economical, Nourishing.
A Ncbr. woman hns outlined tho
prize food In n few words, nnd that
from porsonnl experience 8ho writes:
"After our long exporlonco with
Grapo-Nuts, I cannot say enough In Its
favor. Wo havo used this food almost
continually for seven years.
"Wo sometimes tried other adver
tised breakfast foods but wo Invariably
returned to Grape-Nuts its tho most pal
atablo, economical and nourishing
"When I quit tea and caffeo and be
gan to uso Postum and Grape-Nuts I
was a nervous wreck. I was -so Ir
ritable I could not sleep nights, had
no Interest In life.
"Aftor using Grape-Nuts a Bhort time
I began to Improve and all those ail
ments have disappeared and now I nm
u well woman. My two children hnve
beon almost rolsed on Grape-Nuts,
which they eat three times a day.
"They aro pictures ot health and
havo never had tho least symptom of
itomach trouble, oven through tho
most sovero slego of whooping cough
thoy could retain Grapo-NulB when all
"Gropo-Nuts food hag saved doctor
hills, and liur) liuen, Uiutuloiu, u must,
economical food for us."
Nome given by Postum Co., nattlo'
Creek, Mich, nead "The Road to Woll
vllle," In pkgs "There's a Reason."
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THE DUGVILLE DA8EDALL GAME.'
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Hill Beetle What's up?
Jim Ant Why, horo comes tho fly i
HOME TONIC FOR OLD PEOPLE
Wondorful results, eventually restor
ing full physical vigor, aro obtained
from tho following: To ono-hnlf pint '
cood whiskey, odd ono ounco syrup
snrsparllla and ono ounco Torls com
pound, which can bo procured from
anydruRfilst. Tnko In teaspoonful dopes
beforo each meal and before retiring.
They aro consldorato youiiKstors In
Kngland, ns most peoplo know. A llt
tlo boy whoso grandmothor had Just
died wroto tho- following loiter, which
ho duly postod : "Dear Angels: Wo
havo sent you grandma. I'leaso glvo
her a harp to play, as she Is short
winded nnd can't blow a trumpet."
The Only Way.
Mrs. Sunllowor l'eto Green nm get
ting to, bo quite an nrtlBt. I)(ty say lie
am wedded to IiIb art. Do yo' think jo'
could bo wedded to yo' art, Sum?
Sam Sunflower (with n yawn)
Wall yeas. If art could cook a Rood
dlnnnh en tnko In eiiuff wushlnK to
keep mo In tobacco money.
The Retort 8alty,
Summer Visitor Did you over seo
a waterspout, Cupt. Oldsalt?
Capt. O. Ayo, mum, that I havo,
dozens of 'em.
8 V. Heally, how remarkable1
Whero did you seo them, If I may
Capt. O. At the plumber's, mum, at
Important to Mothora.
Examlno carefully every bottle of
CABTOItIA a safo and sure remedy for
Infnnts and children, and wm that it
In Uso For Over :$ Years.
Tho Kind You Havo Always HoiiRht
The Nlflht of the Game.
Kirst Spllllcatud l'orson Doebh
thlsh student belong hero?
Landlady (coldly) No, nil my stu
dents wero brought homo nn hour
ago. Wisconsin Sphinx.
Ilrcl, Wrnkt Wenrj-i Wulerj- l!ir
Itcllcvad tiv Murine Uyo HuinnUy. Com
puunilo t,y KxiK-rlenOfil Pliyttlotattn. I'on
forma to ,ure i'oocl und DruK Ijiwb. Mu
rine liKj-i't Hnmiti Boutin fiyo I'alti,
Try Murim ti, iour Wyes. At Druggists.
O Happy Deastl
Johnny Tho cumel can go eight
days without wator.
Freddy So could I It ma would lei
me. Harper's !)aar.
Stiff liMk' Docan't nmount to much
but mighty diMyiitwlile. You'e no idvt
how quickly u hule Ilnmlitis Wutard Ui
will lubricate the cords and make yoi
Each porson Uvea best who does hti
best for ono day at a time, and thet
rofreBhos himself for his level bes
it);n no-it An Hnliarlaon
A Couh. If n-tlcted, often Hrtectn th
I.uiibs. "IJrown's Bronchial Troches" glv
relief S cents a bo. Ssinnjaai sent fre
by John I Brown Son, Boston, Man
It makes a woman awfully tlrd U
leo a man make a fool of blmiel
over any other woman,
sb snyia n asa sot sassjl A rinvurlnir Hint Imiaeil the same n lemon
r.B A55 RriTtfa m sGdb&HH orvanlllu Ilyitlolvliiifitranuiiiteil sugar H
nsViH AW fsssWH sbL II ssbsJsb M In water niKlruldlnit Mniilrliir.nUi-llclous
HlaWM M IH HB ssrsH bbP arrupleroaila anil a ajmp brtu-r tban maple. H
IHrVH bbbbbI H tHlBsi. MsplelnBlasuMbTs-rneers. I f rot wml Uo lor HTH
HsfHlBlBaHl bbWsMHHVsIsbH lua.Uit ond wlim book, irr..lr.C,anu. HB
t ,ij mSm an
' VlpVLrt iri ADS0LUTCLY
tin A 0l' sssssUW STYLE
RAK KfM ADAPTED
)V Om&tMk TO THE
PUR& .,i KiPSajW SMALL
' U Pm?wBl KN0TTIE
If your homo dealer can not supply you
with this now style linen collar, send U1
I'. O. order, amount 75 cents, and we will
Bend you six collars by mail paid. Ho par
ticular and mention tho siio collar you
wear when sou order.
WILUAJI DARKER CO., Jlanufaclurcru
TROY, N. Y.
- , H'olllvclv cured by
HARTFRS heo Llltlo I'llU.
Ld'talTTl F traafnml)ypciala,ln.
IT) iws-n illKrallonaiidToolIenrty
!"i I Wr R KnlliiK, A irfrct rem- '
V biiiA v.ljr for l)ltilnea, Nau-
li rlLLOa sen, Drow.lnoM, Ilud
1 rTH TatellltliaMouth,Coat '
fW ! T?IflsW "' ToiiRiie. 1'aln In tbe
CffaiMnri lun.t TOiinu livkk.
Tliey regulate Ilia Uowels. Purely VeKetuble.
SMALL PILL. SMALL DOSE, SMALL PRICE.
rum-cricl Gcnuino Must Bear 1
tSaggl 1 REFUSE SUBSTITUTES.
Munjon's Colli Ilrmeily UelleTes tbe
lit in', iiiront mnl liiiisrw nlmoM liiuneillttte
1 C heelis Kerera, stls I)lM-bnres of
the not., taken uway all ucheM and ltahm
eaimeU br t-oliU. ll eiirea (Jrlp ana ntr
hilniili' Cougba unit irevent rneiiiuoula.
1 Have you stiff or swollen joints, no tnnt
ter how chronic? Ask your ilruttKlat for '
Muuyon'H Ulieumatlsin Ifemedy uml see
how iiukkly you will iMvunil.
If you have any klilney or Madder trouble
get Mmi.uin'H Kidney lteinetly.
I Prof. lunron lias Jiint lulled n Jlairnilne
, 1 Almunnr, wfili'h will huMUtfree to uuy per
, 1 bun who nddreaaes
Tbe Muuion Company, XUilladelplila,
RSTrffilB Cc.litOc-Wcpificfilor.nd. 3233?
MUont KilcKiik.'rmMcfUierentcrj' jrielillnutr ;tn
. i lot mi t ay i rtfrridiemof is-vlure l- '
Wutlf it imitiro,t?ro".Krt' CutllUKljr J
rBiiiin4 ef-. H f-nkifur tt io f r Kaln.t; I J
WtDoa Uruw ua fl nrJliMvtry re nfr; ;
II irmtti Anirri . .iMsWdlrti lutirniit I "
D ntt'im .wifldor Firrt Hi k-it mulpn frw ut t
Mcntl loo n it-vnT'vntt rfuri Mtupl wr thm j
, N " nfirriiiiariiM aiocf HpIta,hciTe-il wn(wlr,
HtUrlry uKi iotM,tir-vw,i ,rl ktidnu
1 lU Tfrr Or rml40 ndwawilladil miuI- I
J (B'ruiteJDf)Ti?Jtj &(;Trtn tyyou Ustore. R
SA12ERSEEP CO. . Dot W U Cro8. Wl i. W
1 $SWm ELECTROTYPES
I 1 n ffmat in rlt r for ula at the luweit prir hf
1"X.' f)rtl'l Tss't'ttTiUss.sislsV
taplsBlsMsUlsi I lisWtf - SIHtllMWII I tmt '
) I BJ Ikat Cough byrup. Tie Cood. M
' El Uf In nm Soli b 4qgV'JSLM
VAi l l vll 1
TOR LlfS I
FAT FOLKS I
Most grateful and comforting 3 ,H
a warm bath with Cuticura Soap ' H
nnd gentle anointings with Cull- H
cttra, This pure, sweet, cconom- H
ical treatment brings immediate H
relief and refreshing bleep to skin- H
tortured and disfigured little ones H
and rest to tired, fretted mothers. H
For eczemas, rashes, itchings, H
irritations and chaflngs, Cuticura (
Soap and Cuticura Ointment arc 'H
worth their wciglit in gold, fl
Bold thmiiebnut tb nnrlit Depots- Tendon, 27, ' 1
f-.,..,, , M. j.n.i. i 11,,,. ..,, .fri:
lla. H. iuwna a L., r.yiiiiryriidia, II K 1'aul. sbbb
( ilfutta; (hlna, ll4ig Koiig Imic Cu.t Japan, fssl
Marnva, Ltd , Tokli iluMia, Irrrln, Mosfow! sssl
Ho Afrli-a lTioin, Md , C'speTown. rte . r H.A,
1'oiu.r inu i Ibciu, Corp, Bo to I'ropa., Jtoaton ' 1
1 TOILET ANTISEPTIC I
NOTHING LIKE IT FOR l
TUF TFFTM P,,,in0 Ia any dentifrice J
I nt I CC I ll in clearuing, whitcmng end .S
removing tartar from the teeth, betides destroying .,.
ill yermi of decay and dueue which ordinary
tooth pieparationa cannot do. , j
Tlir UnmiTIJ Psxtlne used e mouth 'sH
I H t, Wl U U i II wa.h ditir.lecu the mouth .'
and tliroat. punfiei tha breadi, and killa the sermi ' -A
which collect in the mouth, earning tore throat, . ' 'iJH
bad lertli, bad bieadi, grippe, and much aickneia. JU
TUC sTYFCi Wnen "1"lan,e' ,i"' tn0 kI
I llC, b I tu and bum, msy be instantly
relieved and itiengthened by Paxtine.
fATADEf M Plllna w'" l"oy the germa -
lH I Mnrill that cauie caUnh, heal the in.
Saicmttioa and stop the diachargc. It U a lute
temedy (or uterino catarrh. I'
. Pattine u a harmleai yet powerful cgiSS-.
cerroicida.diiinteaant and deodorizer, f, ' ' ' 3 k
XJaeduv bathing it deaUoyr, odort and fftfi'iSf
leave, the body ant'ueptically clean. Jjl "i
roRSAic ATORuasTonts.ooc, aPlvM 1
OR POSTPAID DY M1U. Ivl Bf J.
URGE SAMPLE FREE! fciiij?
THB PAXTON TOILET CO.. DOSTOH, MASS. , 'i
DEFIANCE STARCH i3&?51S. "
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