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Plans for the cotsoledation of the
Cihioago,Burli:gton and Quincy Bail
road with the Great Northern and
Northern Pacific railroads have been
Joseph N.. Wolfecn is encouraged
in the hope that President McKinley
may act favorably on his application
for exccutive clemency.
Colonel A. K. McClure has severed
his ccnnccticn with the Philadelphis
At present each 1,100.000 tons of Coal
raised costs one human life.
'hbat i'Sll Ueeoase of 4 insa
None can foresee the outcome of the quarrel
between foreign powers over the division of
China. It is interesting to watch the going to
pieces of this ancient but unprogressive race.
Many people in America are also going to
pieces because of dyspepsia, constilption.
blood, liver and stomach diseases. We are
jiving too fast, but strength, vigor and good
health can be retained if we keep off and cure:
she above diseases with Hostetter's Stomach
There is but one woman ruler in the
world, Queen \Wilhelmina of Holland.
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup for children
teething, soften the gums, reduos inflarma
tion, allays pain, cures windoolic. 25cabottle
Lions and tigers are too weak in lung
power to run more than half a mile.
I amsure Piso's Cure for Consumption saved
lay life three years ago.--Mas. Tuoxas Ros
nass, Maple St., Norwich, N.Y., Feb. 17, 1900.
WOMEN MUST SLEEP.
Avoid Nervous Prostration.
If you are dangerously sick what is
the first duty of your physician 9 He
quiets the nervous system, he deadens
the pain, and you sleep well.
Friends ask, "what is the cause ?"
and the answer comes in pitying
tones, nervous prostration. It came ]
upon you so quietly in the beginning,
that you were not alarmed, and when
sleep deserted you night after night
antil your eyes fairly burned in the
darkness, then you tossed in nervous
agony praying for sleep.
Mae. A. HEArv. I
You ought to have known that
when you ceased to be regular in your
courses, and you grew irritable with
aut cause, that there was serious
You ought to know that indigestion,
exhaustion, womb displacements,
fainting, dizziness, headache, and
backache send the nerves wild with
affright, and you cannot sl~p.
Mrs. Hartley, of 221 W. Congress St.,
Chicago, Ill., whose portrait we pub
lish, suffered all these agonies, and
was entirely cured by Lydia E. Pink
ham's Vegetable Compound; her case
should be a warning to others, and
her cure carry conviction to the minds
ao every suffering woman of the un
ailing efficiency of Lydia E. Pinkham's
To produce the best results -
In fruit, vegetable or gral, the
fertilizer used must contain *
enough Potash. For partic
ulars see our pamphlets. We h
send them free. d
GERMAN KALI WORKS,
93 Nassau SL., New Ynk.
D iO P 8 Y "w "o "o n .,,. s :
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Dr. Bull's Cough :
Curs, a congh a cold tee. esee
Coenee creap, bmcrcitle,
gippe sad coasumptiom. asc. J a
My Bilious Friend,"
said the doctor, "It is the best laxative
-" mineral water known to medical science." ; !
A glass of
will do more for a disordered stomach or a torpid liver
than all the pills in the world.
IT CURES CONSTIPATION AND BILIOUSNESS.
Average Doss: One-half glassful on getting up in morning.
Your druggist or grocer will get it for you.
Ask for the full name, "Husmyadi J.mo." Blue label, red centre panel
Inaported by Firm of ANDREAS SAXLJIINER, 1)0 Pltos St.. N. Y.
.. rea di to the a m red b wb
eela.octb ntnal l.r M.
The amets k ¶maWt
*my bodl&~ Or
CI MWIDs C
hti ERTAIN IlFl II
Attorney General Griggs has re
tired as head of the Department of
Senor Sixto Lopez, At Boston, han
cabled Aguinaldo to request the an
thorities to send him and Mabini,
now at Guam, to America, that the
people of the United States may
learn the truth concerning the war
The Manchurienl treaty, it is said,
is regarded at Washington rsimply as
a modes vivendi.
raw. n rokerss sli
The three balls used by pawrn brok
ers as a s!gn were orlglnal!y the arms
of the Medicl family, the earliest and
most important money lenders of Lom
barr:y. The three balls were first used
'n London by an agtit of tlr@'Medlcls
r.d were afterward copied by others
who went into the same line of busi
ness. Rcscoe, in the "Life of Lorenzo
!e Medici" (1796) tells how the family
adopted the three balls as its arms.
Averado de Medici, a commander un
der Charlemagne, slew the giant Mu
gello, whose club, which had three
iron balls upon It, he bore as a trophy
and in commemoration of this victory
the family adopted the three balls as
its arms.--an Francisco CalL
Cares Eczema, Stebiam Hunmers,
Oasts Neothlage to rry.
B. B. B. (Botanic Blood Balm) is nqw rec
ognised as a certain and sure cure for Ecsema,
Itching Skin, Humors. Scabs, Scales, Watery
Blisters, Pimples, Aching Bones or Joints,
Boils, Carbuncles, Prickling Pain in the Skin.
Old Eating Sores, Ulcers. Botanic Blood
Balm taken internally cures the worst and
nest deep-seated cases by enriching. purify
ing and vitalizing the blood, giving a healthy
blood supply to the skin. Other remedies
may relieve, but B. B. B. actually cures, heals
every sore, and gives the rich glow of health
I the skin. B. B. B. builds up the broken
town body and makes the blood red and nour
shing. B. B. B. tested 30 years. Over ;000
roluntary testimonials of cures by B. B. B.
)ruggists, $i. Trial treatment free and pre
aid by writing Blood Balm Co.. 12 Mitchell
it., Atlanta. Ga. Describe trouble, and free
nedical advice given.
There are several large factories in the
United States devoted to the manufacture
of rose water.
est for school, home and office. It costs no
more than poor ink. Always ask for Carter's.
Last year the number of boys and girls
educated free in Berlin was 207.510.
Happiness cannot be bought, but one of the
rest hindrances to its attainment can be re
eoved by Adams' Pepsin Tutti FruttL
Pittsburg parties are gobbling up oil
ands in Texas.
We refund 10c. for every package of PUT
AM FPADELESS Dvx that fails to give eatisfac.
lion. Monroe Drug Co., Unionville, Mo.
It is claimed that the courts of Kansas
have never passed upon the question of
abating pubc nuisances.
Too many ancestors have spoiled many
a good man.
ITAT Or OIxo, Crra or TOLEDO,
Lucas CourY. .
Fialx J. Owsur makes oath that he is the
senior partner of the firm of F. J. CuaxRz &
io..doing business inthe City ofToledo,County
md State aforesaid, and that said firm will pay
he sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each:
mnd every case of CATARRH that cannot be
:ured by the use of HA.L'S CATARRH CURE.
FRANK J. CB1NZY.
Sworn to before me and subscribed in my
. presence, this 8th day of December,
aA A. D., 1886. A. W. GLzASON.
Hall's Catarrh Care is taken internally, and
mets directly on the blood and mucous surfaces
If the system. Send for testimonials, free.
F. J. CrKxEx & Co., Toledo, O.
Sold by Druggists, 75c.
Hall's Family Pills are the best.
A theatre in Philadelphia has girl ush
Crab Orehawd Water
, not a "care-all " but for all disease of the
ver, stomach or bowels it supplies a place not
Illed by any other medicine. It asists nature
and is at all times prompt, reliable and efci;nt.
A Ieotan lttea.
The proprietor of a small store in
Jew York owns a black kitten that cul
iahtes a habit of squatting on itt
launchos, like a tear or a kangaroo,
Lnd then eparrlng with its fore paws
La if it had taken lessons from a
suglist The Telegram tells how the
ritten conquered a bip dog. A gen
leman took into the store an enor
nous dog, half Newfoundla'nd, hall
ollie, ht, good-natured and fatelli
;ent. The tiny kitten, instead of boklt
-g at once for shelter, retreated a few
aeeg, sat erect on its hind legs and
mt its "ests" in an attitude of det
n.ca The contrast in size between the
wo was intensely amusing. It remind
d,one of Jach the Giant-Killer prepar
ng to demolish a giant. Blowly, and
rithout a sign of excitability, the huge
ol walked aM far as his chain would
low him, and gazed intently at the
tten and its odd postura Then, as
he comicality of the situation struck
im, he turned his head and shoulders
round to the spectators, and if an ani
ai ever laughed in the world that dog
nsuredly did so then and there. He
either barked nor growled, but In
ulged in a low chuckle, while mouth
ud qae beamed with merriment.
The Fashions of.
tCCINTaXCtTIhs or Tftl PAST ONLY
OOKING back through the
history of clothes from the
' yeaf 1801 to the year 1901 It
is easy to see that while dif
ýerent phases have repeated them
lelVes from time to time, the fashions
)f to-day combine the beauties of the
various stages of the past, omitting
the eccentricities. The graceful, cling
mng skirt of the beginning of the last
tentury, almost the same bolero, find i,
:opy in the gown of 1900. The grace=
ful ticLu of 1838 serves as a model fot'
tur day while the tvolunminous skirts
ire happily passed by, 'Though experi;
live, it was not yet the crinoline, but
the petticoat that was responsible fori
this particular feature. It is said that
:he skirts widened themselves to balt
ince the width of the shoulders for
this was the time of the pelerine:
$1eeves, too, Were larger, of hecessity.
Early in the '30's was ath interesting
spoeh in the manners of the mere mani
for then he was settling down to the
simplicity of the present-day attire and
lispensing with his elegant knee
breeches-this, however, only after a
struggle between the practical and the
ornate that had lasted since the close
)f the eighteenth century.
By 1812 all gowns were trailing
again. This was the time of the lace
mitten and of the odd little parasols
with long fringes and double hannles.
By 1860 the tide had turned, the skirts
were wide and tae shoulders narrow.
By '68 the cripoline had ceased to ex
let, and the revulsion from width re
sulted by about 1876 in the peculiarly
monstrous costume of that day. In
the crinoline our grandmothers could
scarcely sit aown. In '76 their daugh
/ I O T E
OUTDOOR FASHIONS OF THE LAST CENTURY
ters could neither walk nor sit with
Even so late as 1895, the huge over
balancing sleeves put to flight the
Ideas of grace and symmetry. The ac
:ompanying illustration is from the
In men's attire, 1840 was the age of
:he gorgeous waistcoats, while at that
:ime the tall silk biat supp;anted the
)eaver, the new species coming from
Paris and very rapidly becoming a
)ermanent institution, though abused
luring all these Intervening sixty
MaJuba 11111 at Last.
This illustration furnishes convinc
ing proof that the British have at
least reached the great goal of their
desires-Majuba Hill-for here is the
picture of one standing on its summit.
He might be taken for patience on a
monument, so rigid and erect he
stands, but, no, he is only a plain,
every-day adjutant of the Nineteenth
Hussars who attained to this proud
eminence by the skilful use of his
But what a memory to Britishers is
Majuba Hill, where General Joubert,
leading an undisciplined mnob of Boers,
broke a British square and at the
same time almost broke the British
heart. Here it was that Independence
was won, though it has since been
lost, and here the "embattled farmers"
of the Transvaal drove the British sol
diery like sheep before them. Much
has happened down in South Africa
since that time, and despite their
sharpshooting, which won them the
7ictory at Majuba, the Boers have in
the main been defeatef, and at last
Majuba has been "avenged." though
the memory of its disaster can never
L new electric railway is under con
struction in Germany. One hundred
and sixty miles an hour is the mazi
mum of speed which. it It -op~. will
Me **tatned an the reod
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A tees testetty,
Beautliul lace is as interesting MS Hi
Btit very seldom does one come upon
A NOVELTY IN LACE.
anything so richly splendid as this
new applique which so far has no
Though nameless, the figures sug
gest both escurial and Russian lace;
perhaps it resembles most the former.
At any rate, it is in the soft ecru of
beautiful batiste with its pinky, pur
ply reflexions-such a coloi!
Though it looks very simple, yet it
is an elaborate arrangement in three
thicknesses: the figures in the highest
relief are of a rather heavy, carivas
like weave, showing corded designs;
then comes a thin silk batiste. and un
der this the net. And upon these three
fabrics all sorts of variations are
played. Sometimes the heaviest
figures are held together by the soft
net, and In other places both net and
the sheer batiste foundation fabric are
This splendid new applique comes
in various widths from the two-and-a
half-inch one here pictured (it costs
$3 the yard) up to a splendid twenty
four-ich all-over at $12 the yard.
It must be admitted that the broader
widths show the design to a much
At any rate, it is splendor en ap
Nonsekeeping-French and English.
One of the difficulties a housekeeper
has to contend with lies in the English
practice of tradesmen's calls. Hour
after hour these worthies ring the area
bell and disturb the cook at her avo
cations, while they chatter and waste
her valuable time. Then, when all the
orders are given, the things are fre
quently not brought punctually, or are
brought in wrong quantities or of the
wrong description. Mistress and cook
alike suffer unnecessary anxiety, and
have their tempers ruffled even though
their gastronomic amour propre does
not lead them. like that of Vatel, to
suicide. Our English social life suf
fers much from cumbrous convention
ality. What do we see abroad? A
trim little bonne in cap and apron sal
lies forth, basket on arm, in the morn
ing, and returns in an hour with all
necessaries complete and paid for. No
carts need call for the rest of the day,
no horrible house-books need be laid
on the table every Monday, black with
visions of money Ill-spent or wasted.
-Quaint Customs in Shetanl.
The only part of the United King
dom in which the' old style of reckon
ing time is adhered to is the archipela
go of Shetland, and there Sunday,
January 15, was New Year's Day.
But Sunday being with the natives
a strict dies non for business or for
pleasure, the next day witnessed the
high jinks incident to the occasion.
These included processions of "guis
ers," or mummers, and the drinking of
various strange toasts, such as "Helt
to man and death to da grayfish," and
the health of the twelve apostles.
In Shetland the remnants of the old
Norse language linger to such a de
gree that the dialect is almost a sealed
book-even to Scotsmen. The last
specimen of the great auk whose eggs
are now valued at something like 10C
guineas apiece, was done to death
there, but the little auk still retains a
precarious footing on the lonely islet
of Foula.-London Daily Mail.
Mrs. Greene-'"otwithstanding Mr
Snarler is a man of good judgment, I
notice that everybody is going into ee
stacles about that picture of Mahi
stick's, and you know Snarler said iI
was a perfect daub."
Mr, Greeae--"l didn't say his judg
meat was good. I merely said he was
a distinguisbed +rt crltle." - e
.OA CONllRICTOR IUNTERI
Nef is Seeth AesesI Wae Huat the
B aR WM a Navlsteo..
U"Th boA edtdsitrleto* il firl7 com
inon in the forests of Wester!d i> eai
agua and Costa Rica," said one of the
canal engineers who was in the Cit)
recently; "and there are natives ip
that section who hunt them exclusivo
ly for a livelihood. While we were
engaged in the survey work we heard
a good deal of these big snakes, and
all the white men in the party stood
in the greatest dread of them, although
they are not half as dangerous as the
small poisonous variety. During two
and a half years spent in the cous
try I saw only one live baa, but the
experience is pretty firmly stamped on
iny tnemdot and I have io yearning
for another. I had gone out; With d
couple of native assistants, from a
town called Zapan, on the south side
bf the lower lake, to shoot some plum
age birds, and w'iile we were crossing
a rather open piece bf forest I notice4
what I Bupposed to be a peculiarly
malformed limb on a large spicewood
tree. It sagged down from the trunk
bf the tree and seemed to be attached
to another growth nearer the ground.
I started toward it to investigate, and,
When only a few yards away, the t ing
I had taken to be a limb suddenly
raised itself in the air, and I saw that
it was a gigantic snake, hanging head
down from an upper bough. I had
often heard the expression 'paralyzed
by fear,' but I never knew what it
meant until then. I was so badly
scared that I couldn't have moved it
the fate of the universe depended upon
it, and I simply stood there, stock
still, and staring while the boa swayed
back and forth a few times and final
ly glided into the upper foliage. It
seemed fifty feet long and as big
around as a barreL I think it was
really about twelve. ".t that Juncture
jny natives came up, and when they
heard what had happened they at
once insisted upon catching the mons
ter. They made a nioose which they
attached to a pole, and while I retired
to a safe distance one of them climbed
the tree and seized the snake by the
tail, while the other tried to slip the
loop over its neck as it lowered its
head. It was too agile for them, how
ever, and escaped into another tree,
where it went too high for pursuit.
"The Central American boas are
brownish red In color, with black
splotches on the sides and back, and
the native hunters tan the skin by
stretching it over a log. A good skin
with no bullet marks and including the
head sells for $10, Mexican, down
there, and to avoid holes and mutila
tion the hunters always catch the
snakes in a noose and kill them by a
stab under the Jaw. They make all
kinds of leather articles out of the
hide-belts, pouches, leggings, slippers,
and even neckties. I made many in
quiries during our stay, but I could
never hear of a case in which a boa
had attacked a human being. The
snake I saw was undoubtedly lying in
wait for some small animal, and, if
one had passed under the tree. would
have dropped on its back. The In
dians of the region call the boa 'chula,'
which is the same word they. use for
coward: so, you see, they have no
great opinion of its fighting qualities."
--New Orleans Times-Democrat.
A Morgas Clorkshlp.
Among places eagerly sought after
are clerkships in the great banking
house of J. P. Morgan a Co. Fathers
with sons Just starting out in life
watch for openings at the corner of
Wall and Broad streets. The waiting
list is nearly as long as that of the
Union Club in its palmiest days. The
head of the house takes a personal in
terest in the welfare and advancement
of his employes, and never engages a
beginner at a salary of less than $1000
a year. Only capable, worthy young
men are admitted to his employment,
and he feels that a boy who does not
deserve $1000 a year deserves nothing
-that is, he does not want him at any
price. While clerks in the avera'ge
banking-business houses are starting
off with $10 a week, and glad to get so
much, the lucky ones at Morgan's are
Morgan has made a great many suc
cesses out of men under him. Faith
ful clerks soon buy homes In desirable
quarters of the city. Whether the firm
puts them in the market or not the
writer is in no position to say. Possi
bly when Morgan makes a million for
reorganizing a railroad he declares an
official dividend, taking in all the
staff. Phil Armour had a similar way
with him. He, like Morgan, would
not pay a salary of less than $1000 a
year to a clerk in his offce.-New York
Letter to Chicago Inter-Ocean.
The Discovery of AnseMsthetloes.
Perhaps the majority of the human
race has benefited more from the use
of anaesthetics than from any of the
more showy inventions and discover
ies. Countless bodies have been res
cued from disease, countless lives
saved, by this one agency, which not
only does away with the pain attend
Ag a surglcal operation, but makes
many operations possible which other
wise would kill the patient simply by
the nervous shock they involve.
Ether was first used in dentistry in
1846. and chloroform, for more severe
operations, was employed in 1848. Ni
trous oxide gas and sulphuric ether
have since then come into use in den
tristry. For all long operations, how
ever, chloroform is generally em
ployed, since its use insures the insen
llbility of tlh. patient for at least an
Other Fleas to Bite 'Em.
the foreign mantis is a candidate
for human friendship, and is bidding
for a high place in arboricultural cir
cles in this country. He is an insect
eating Insect, and has no use for the
tender leaves, shoots, blossoms and
fruits, excepting as a hunting ground,
where he pursues and devours other
Insects that destroy these things.
Therefore forestry and fruit people
are cultivating the mantis.
He is not at all uncummon in France
and Germany, where he is highly ap
preciated, but he has only recently
been imported Into this country, having
came as a stowaway in some nursery
stock. He preys on all Insects except
ants, and his favorite diet Is grass.
hoppers, spiders and caterpillars. Fruit
raising people are perfectly willing
that he should make an exhaustive
meal of the latter.
It Is noticed In England that pen
manship is rapidly deteriorating, even
among clerks who have ample leisure
and opportunity for good work with
the pen. One of the busiest of Ameri
cans, Thomas A. Edison, writes rapid
ly in a hand that Is deserlbed as "llke
copper-plate, every curve fully formed
and distinct." This e*pertness is a sur
vival of the intventor's early experi
eU 5 telegrph operator,
A LUXURY WITHIN THE REACH OF ALLI
The consumption of
has increased immensely, and this coffee
:is now used in millions of homes.
The grocers all over the country keep as busy
delivering LION COFFEE to them.
You will find no stale LION OPPFBB
on his shelves-it sells too fast to grow stale.
Why? Because it is an absolutely pure coffee.
O riottso Strength, Parity and Flavor.
Please bear in mind that
"ion CcOc fee
- is not a glazed article; it is not coated with
t , , egg mixtures or chemicals in order to give it
a better appearance. We do not need to resort
Watch our next advertisement, to such measures-we have no imperfections
In every package of LION COFFEE you will find a fully illustrated and descriptive list. No housekeeper, in
fact, no woman, man, boy or girl will fail to find in the list some article which will contribute to their happiness.
comfort and convenience, and which they may have by simply cutting out a certain number of Lion Heads from
the wrappers of oer onepound sealed packages (which is the only form in which this excellent coffee is sold).
WOOLSON sPlCs ry., TOLEDO, OHIO.
that dreadful fiend that threatens the
life of rich and poor, can attack and
kill only those whose bowels are not
kept thoroughly cleaned out, purified
and disinfected the year round. One
whose liver is dead, whose bowels
and stomach are full of half decayed
food, whose whole body is unclean
inside, is a quick and ready victim
If you want to be safe against the
scourge, keep in good health all the
time,EEP CLEAN INSIDE! Use
Sthe only tonic laxative, that will
- make your bowels strong and healthy,
ý- and keep them pure and clean, pro
tected against appendicitis and ALL
EPIDEMIC DISEASES. It's CAS
CARETS, that will keep and save
you. Take them regularly and you
will find that all diseases are absolutely
PRE ENTED BY
25c. 50c. NEVER
ALL DRUGGISTS. SOLD IN BULK.
I ll bowel tr acble m dlciatldts bll- trutIbe, of •
II on the tomch, bloated bowels, foUl IIie wme isnlea ,
moatb, heaoahe, Lndtkestlon, pimpleer tarn may
pains ner eatin, Iver trpable, s iaow complexion Iumete medti ie l lheL wold. - l aIs abslt pleof
aa lzistness. ~ enyour bowels don't move regu- grea$ meri. pad ou best teetmeoall, we have ith and
larly yoe are gettlng sick. Constipatdon kill. more wIl sell lA berelurte lly ' tueae ee e
peoplo thal ra ll ooies tolgetl @al. o Is o e a .er ebhadt a y tday. rae So ases, we acs
starlrt for the chronle sllmelts andt .oag years or pee, onedi trilsd, a fIer letreh o lne eas, rer Sbued _e
sufbrtng that come afterwarml. No rmatter what be. sade 0t mpty atoaby alt r~ °teruggs t £ees
ails you, start taking CASCAnIETS t-dal, fr yoen wem ye surebedJ , ad Igltlr Iyear m aemo bcfort btet
wll1 never getIreli and be well all time unti bore.. Ta o rur;ee--.atte at rwLrL ryOee-etat o .
you put your bowels right. 5Fe out adviee sat r . wllart ·eId*d
antee to euro or money refinded . i. Illrem ¥SXK/G PIrlDI. ., rOLT 0 C CIOO.
DON'T DRIVE A CRIPPLE DON'T BE A CRIPPLE
If you suffer from rheumatism, neuralgia, lameness in back,
neck or joints you can get quick relief by using
Retter than plasters as it is penetrating, so soavre rubbing is
not necessary and is w,-nt:crtllly curtive.
FOR YOUR HORSE.-Nothino r.m equal it tor curing a sore tendon, to
kill a spa,!n, curb or splint, or to Absorb an enlargement. Cures cuts, it kis,
bruisen aud toot tot in cattle and i n. .v tile i wrtet. tl. Sold by C~utiist
and dealers enrrel'r. Faeilr v cu. :ozr. iii. Firreeine ci err.v ar" sie.
Prepared by Dr. EARLL 8. SLOAN, Boston, Mass.
o" NEW RIVAL"
FACTORY LOADED SHOTGUN SHELLS
to bldackpdr gshose the market cempee with the "NBW RIVAL'" In wal
I atyr..aasr'sg bsoUoi quale.. e.. Sere lwatprp . Oet lthe gete.
IOHE~ TER REPEATIIB ARIS CO. - .- , MaI, Cod.
W. L. DOUGLAS
$3 & $3.50 SHOES UNIONMAE
The real worth of my a . 00 and P. 3 hes Compared with
other makes Is 4.00 to .00. My 14.00 GUt 1!lge tie canotm ho
eualled at any price. Best in the world for el.
ink h sell P er. ane in's oe sbore. edere
Welt(Ieuand.wed Process). taea any ethsr wi5*Unlf
trer 1a the world. I will pyb1, Mtat? oe wh ena
peeve that y stemPent i nos triho .,
mganed) W. L. oula.
with name and price stamcped onl bottom. Your dealer shold *
keep them; I give one dealer exclusive sale In each town. It
be does not keep them and will not et them for 7a0. o"_
direct from factory, enclosing price sod or. extra for EITCa .
Over 1,000,000 satieed wearers. New prln((mlf9 free.
tCololayss sat Wsssdel . L ourLAS, hM ner
E Advertise A
In this Paper and increase your =
SAn advertIsement is a silent Canvasser who ;s "
s Always at Work In your Interest.
eE For libera rates apply to the Publsd s
FREEI FREEI FREE!
All we want is your name and addres
on a postal card and in return we will
send you free of all expenes a package of
DIXIE FEVER AND PAIN POWDER
The best remedy made to Cool
Fever, Cure Headache and re
lieve all aches and pains.
Then if you like it. buy the S o3st 5"as
from your home dealer.
Rend us your name at once.
J. LEE CRUCE CO.,
FT IAMITrH ARE.
. FREE! \OF
tsO L.wes Stt., ST. LOu'I, amo.
1000 gallon cslatern ......... 14 00
1550 gallon cistern ........ 18 60
3100 gallon cistern......... 21.0J
C~press ssh and doors very cheap
Wire screens and dcomr cheap,
H. F. LEWIS CO., Limited.
816 BARONNE ST., NEW ORLEANS, Li.
Send for Catalogue. Write for pries.
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TELL THE ADVERTISER oa .A .W. ,,, v
arWanm r iw wrmn PAPrR-.v-w.--14 19 1
q t i u Ppqpes and Im0leee ear
An advertiaeset Ia e ".e a
Savassaer wre "
Always sit Week Is ye e
Per tserd ra Orlo 0 at
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