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Mbwek was Ialsehd. The day b6fter
I wIV to ISeve Jim came up. sad ater
eatlub ne, as he aldray did, said:
" lieals, I hear that you are goig
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SW Jim esld. ', hope yeou ne
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rightemed up and. hitting hib
a slsae aid:
S emerni, re got sixty-eight dol
- tha, sd I'm gog home to and
-" ood for yeu, Jim.' I replied. 'aad
I will take you with me whom I go mad
Sbae you passed all the way home.'
* "Je was very proftue is his thnks.
sad eshorty afterward I east him over
to the barber to get shaved. and gave
Lhim -m order for a suit of elothbe
SWhe bhe retarmed mad presented iLa
Selt to me I hardly know him. Be bad
' Why, Jia,' I said. 'I am surprised.
Youe look epemndid.'
"le lseghe loudly, for he bad bein
at .he hIe
sad at the
l mah of tls tim
seat lire. heMt
other yeang de,
hast district of Zoats
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a . o t am teon sc , be rI
cbsemen, am ora sanday School, Ei
~gaebe em ma Mtol mpad
ehesem oEpgma, he aliited he
tram othme. Th" rs the begialsai
of"a w E grwth and popularty.
which, Jnasxthenjo haba made his
nma a bomoehold word.
Terats are ome peepie so morally e
ehapt tha tey would ses a ted too gsa
of to ill a parrow o. w cked~ae
HAzs' HoUeY of Horehound and Tar ra
ioea Tteo !)p Cure In one mlauta
IP the keeoer of a aol Is a gaoler. why
a'tm the keeper of a prisou a prisoner# -
eothlld TOeleraVI h.
Both the method and results whba
Byrup of Figs is taken; it is plesmat
sad refeshing to the taste, and ats
my yet promptly on the Kidneys,
iv and Bowels, cleanses the sys
te ebhctually, dispels colds, head
aches and fevers and cures habitual
constipation. Syrup of Figs is the
emly remedy of its kind ever pro
daned, plesing to the taste and a
abets, prepae only from the mast
hsltbdzy anru - substanoe, its
n a - tqulitie commend it
S vemade it thei most
may n m It ad-- will pro.
es r aily ftr any oe who
wishes tory iL Do not aoept aq
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s take Sfc uh.
dcrme is leeas
. o br the gc '
m"is Co -i eouEl
. a ee. Th i -h
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bam.li that thu ..
burn a LMd e aghbt'
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3aw l-t. a& nujmrnmce Na
dash bedms d as bt sam uag that
radlt fromaa babytsmlewill
en a eaa albda more dan all do
Sm~e" he r amer had in wt bIs amI.
lourepedrleoe. Pink Plunk.
Webs 2e m Upt
W stmMn does nith w sh kido
jg osol natsel three.- am'b Roisa
'C tom Marqusis, W. Vs., says:
bad s.ss of m awi." Dagyi ts soil it. TiI
Tax eea WIndbs rale. the sclas
M ilk Cans pans, churns, bottles,
J everything 'which is
K used for milk, even lown to the
baby's bottle-these are things for
which you need Pearline. With
Pearline, they're cleansed more
easily, more quickly, mote eco
nomically, and more thoroughly,
than with anything else known. The
people who know most about milk
say just that. We can't afford to
print all the testimonials we hold.
"They're free expressions of opinion
--ia conventions, in papers, every
where where milk folks hav'e a voice. Their enthusiasm about
Pearline is genuine. And it's naturdl. For all kinds of
washing and cleaning, nothing equals Pearline.
B ew are Pddlers at d s mi e a nsc~p s grocers will tell
n" this as good as or the e r ho t-lner n" ITS
you an imrtation, he honest--med it Iaw g1 JAMES PL. New Sort.
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