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A Marvel of Relief
St. Jacobs Oil
Safo and sure for
Itlsthe specific vlrnia of penetratfon In this
remedy that carries It ri; ht to the pain ipst
and effects a prompt cure.
By 'Wire and Air.
An accidental experiment In tbe Teloc
ity of sound Is recounted by a com
spondent. He went to hi telephone.
and Just as he put the receiver to hi
ear he heard the click of another tele
phone. Another receiver had been re
moved and the line was open. Then he
heard through the telephone the shriek
of a locomotive whistle, and a few sec
onds later the sound came through the
open window in the usual way. Looking
up. he saw a locomotive half a mile
away, passing the house of a friend.
The mystery was solved. The telephone
that was open was that at the distant
house, and the sound of the whistle had
come through its translormation into an
electric current quicker than it had trav
eled through the air. Youth's Compan
THE JAPS AND THE MULE.
Bice Growers of Nippon Are Not Anx
ious to Employ the Hybrid
in Their Work.
"So the Japanese rice growers are
not willing to tackle that interesting
native institution, the American mule,
without the aid of home folk," said
an observant man, according to the
New Orleans Times Democrat, "and
I can see where they are right about
the matter. The American mule is
a long-eared, quick-heeled, supple
J'inted mystery, and no man, no mat
ter how wise he may be, can do any
thing with him unless he have special
training. As a matter of fact, the
white man in America is sadly de
ficient when It comes to a working
knowledge of the mule. Up to the
present writing the American negro
is the only living person who can
claim anything like mastery when it
comes to the mule. Somehow there
Is something in the nature of the
black man and the mule which makes
It easier for them to get along. Just
what It is I do not know. But even
the black man will have his ups and
downs now and then with the mule,
and I have seen some very interest
ing Instances of thin kind, one of the
most amusing being that of an ex
tremely hard skulled negro who never
wanted a better weapon than his head
In any sort of conflict with man or
"One day he fell out with his mule.
Ordinarily, they get along well enough
together. But In some way the mule
on the day in question made the
negro mad and the fight began. In
the first place, the negro broke his
water Jug over the mule's head. This
did not feaze the animal. Grabbing
tn muie dv tne ear" sua ukmt, -good,
firm grip, the black man landed
with vigor between the mule's ears,
using his head as a weapon. The blow
was a knockout blow all right, but
the trouble was that It knocked the
negro out also. Both mule and negro
fell to the ground like dead. In a
short while both were fairly good
frieads again. The Japs are right.
They will need special training on
the mule proposition and no mistake,
and the negro is about the best man
they can get to do the training."
At a little dinner the other night the
statement was made that tbe colored
race had longer memories than white
folk. Mark Twain, who was present.
agreed with the remark, and to prove it
told the following:
"Some years ago, when south, I met
an old colored man who claimed to have
known George Washington. I asked
him if he was in the boat when Gen
Washington crossed the Delaware, ana
he Instantly replied: 'Lor', massa, 1
steered dat boat 'Well.' said 1, do you
remember when George took the hack
at the cherry tree?' He looked worried
for a minute, and then, with a beaming
smile, said: 'Why. suah. massa. 1 drov
that hack mahself.' " N. Y. Herald.
TQ FORM NEW PARTY.
Cbalrmaii Frrts, of tbe Popnltat
National Committee, Issues a. Call
Cor at Meeting In Chicago.
Chicago. Nor. 12. James H. Fer
riss, chalman of the national commit
tee of the people's party, has Issued
a call for a meeting to be held in Chi
cago some, time during November for
the purpose of forming a new national
party. In his call for the gathering,
which he termed a "Jefferson confer
ence," Mr. Ferrlss declares that the
time has arrived for the consolidation
of a number of progressive parties
and factions under a broad Jefferso
nian programme. The chief articles
on which he desires to form the new
party are: Governmental control of
the issuance and volume of money;
postal "savings' banks; restoration of
the income tax; the fullest possible
protection to those who labor; adop
tion of the initiative and referendum;
local option in the sale of intoxicating
drinl s; no imprisonment without trial
by jury and no government by injunc
tion; taxation and control of all cor
porations In the interest of the gen
THIS IN BRYAN'S STATE.
Legislature Which Was Expected to
tulect the Silver Champion Sena
tor la Solidly Republican.
Now They Don't Speak.
Cordelia 1 had six offers of marrlagi
last month. What do you think ot that?
Elvira I think a man with such bull
dog tenacity is worthy of a Better fate.
CARE HEEDED AT THE OHANGL
IliOM 01TE TO THE OTHEB.
Lincoln. Neb., Nov. 12. Practically
complete election returns from every
county in the state on presidential
electors and governor show that
Roosevelt's plurality in Nebraska will
not be less than 80,000 and may reach
90,000. Gov. Mickey's plurality is not
less than 9,000. In the legislature on
joint ballot the republicans will have
123 to 0 for the opposition, with one
senatorial district in doubt. Should
the republican candidate win in this
district the state senato will be solidly
HIS RESIGNATION WITHHOCH.
That Ended It.
He was a speculator, and for a year
past nothing had been coming his way
but expenses. One day his daughter in
formed him in an unfeeling manner that
if he did not give her a diamond bracelet
worth at least 150 she would elope
with the coachman.
"Come to my arms, my darling child!
he exclaimed, as the tears of joy coursed
down his wrinkled cheeks, "come to my
"But shall I get the bracelet?" she
"Of course not," he smiled, delight
edly. "You get the coachman. 1 owe
him eight months' wages." Smith's
Many a Ufa Spent In Suffering: Recant
Troubles Were Allowed to Develop
At This Time.
Every mother of a growing girl should
remember that there will come a tiuio
when her daughter will be a girl no
longer but will share with her the bless
ings of womanhood. Unless nourish
ment keeps pace with growth the founda
tions of a life of suffering are laid at
that time. Mrs. John MacKinncy, of
No. 478 Thirteenth street, Detroit.Mich.,
writes a timely word. She says :
" I did not get proper care at the first
critical time iu my life and for seven
teen years I suffered as a result. I hud
dizzy spells, felt a constant fear that
something dreadful was about to happen
and was afraid to go out alone. My
breathing was very short and I had pal
pitation of the heart so badly that I
could not go np stairs nor walk even
moderately fast. I was so nervous that
I could not tit still. At different times
f ;r vears I was under the care of the
best physicians in Detroit and I tried a
number of advertised medicines. Noth
ing helped me until, on the advice of a
neighbor, I tried Dr.Williams' Pink Pills
f .r Pule People. I felt relieved before
the first box was finished aud I kept on
taking them until I was cured.
Last winter my little girl had rheu
matism and I gave her Dr.Williams'Pink
Pills and she got well right away. My
niece was thought to be going into con
sumption and, upon my advice, she tried
the pills. They cured her cough aud she
is now well and strong. My entire fam
ily are enthusiastic over Dr. Williams
Pink Pills for Pale People and we can
not say enough in their praise,'
These pills effect such cures be
cause they go to the root of the disease.
Other remedies act on the symptoms
these marvelous vegetable pills remove
the cause of the trouble. They have
proved themselves to be an unfailing
specific for all diseases arising from im
pure b'ood and weakened nerves two
fruitful causes of nearly all the
ills to which humankind is heir. Dr.
Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People are
6old in boxes at 50 cents a box, or six
boxes for $2.60, and may be had of all
druggists, or direct from Dr. Williams
Medicine Co., Schenectady, N.Y.
Stnte Treaanrer Kelly Will Arralt
tbe Investigation Promised by
Toreka. Kan., Nov. 12. State Treas
urer T. T. KePy has addressed a let
ter to H. P. Dillon, his bondsman, who
is holding Kelly's resignation in es
crow, telling him tr turn the resigna
tion over to Gov.-elect Hoch. Mr.
Hoch has promised to make a com
plete investigation of the Kansas
treasury after his inauguration. If
the investigation discloses any irregu
larities on the part of Kelly with
which he is charged, the resignation
will be accepted. Otherwise, it will be
returned to Kelly.
FOUR YEARS MORE OF HAY.
The President Annonncea That
Present Secretary of State Will
Remain In Cabinet Until lOOO.
Washington, Nov. 12. President
Roosevelt made the announcement
yesterday that John Hay would con
tinue as secretary of state during the
four years beginning March 4. 1905.
'You may state positively," were his
words, "that Mr. Hay will continue as
secretary of state up to the 4th of
WHO IS MORE GULLIBLE?
Th City Man Is Not a Bit Behind His
Country Cousin in This
"Is the man of the country more gulli
ble than the man of the city?" aspect
an observant man, in the New Orleans
Times-Democrat. "There is a suspicion
that an answer in the affirmative would
fit the case. Yet. it may not be so.
An interesting experiment has recently
been made, according to a story that
comes out of Mew York, and the result
seems to have been a little disastrous.
According to the story this attempt to
prove that the residents of the country
districts are more gulhble thau those
of the city has nearly resulted in a jail
sentence for a college student employed
as a street car conductor in Brooklyn.
He is said to be a member of a well
known family in Maine, and was a
student at Brown university in the class
"Financial reverses sustained by the
family compelled him to seek work in
the city, and he became a conductor not
long ago. In July a Iriend of the con
ductor residing in Maine received a
letter offering to sell him, at low rates,
counterleit money made In Mexico.
The Maine man turned the letter over
to the secret service officials and the
conductor soon after was arrested. He
was indicted and has been in jail since
July. The prisoner explained that the
letter was only a joke and an experi
ment in sociology, finally giving the
district attorney his true name, which
he formerly had concealed. Itvestiga
tion proved the story to be true, and
when the case came belore Federal
juage tioit tne aistnct attorney ex
plained. The judge irdere'd the joker'
plea of not guilty to be withdrawn
entered one of guilty and then suspend
ed sentence. He warned the student of
sociology, however, to be more caretul
in his future experiments.
"But this does not by any means ser
tie the important question, and dtspite
the common belief in the gullibility of
the man from the country now and thn
we run across a happening which show
he has an element of shrewdness which
will often put the city man to a hard
test of his wits."
WHAT HE COT THEM WITH
No Ailments in the Crowd, But the
Fakir Had Something- That
"Gentlemen," began the fakir as ht ar
ranged numerous bottles on a little tabic
at a downtown street corner and prepared
for business, "has anyone in this crowd
got a toothache T"
No one answered, relates the Chicago
"Has anyone an earache or a head
ache?" Not a man had aaything to say.
"Very well, then; but axe you troubled
with insomnia? Are yop low spiiited.
and do you find yourself thinking of sui
cide?" 'fhe appeal was like the other in vain.
The crowd elbowed each other, but no
ery well, gentlemen; rery well. Now,
is there anyone here who indulges in in
toxicants and wishes to conceal the fact
from the women folks? If so, I guaran
tee that one drop of this marvelous
preparation placed on the tongue will in
stantly remove the odor of any"
There was a mad rush from all direc
tions, and for the next five minute he
gave change and passed out the bottles
with both nanus.
RIGHT ON HER DIGNITY.
American Heiress Had Inherited Just
as Easy Money as Anybody.
ARE OF IDENTICAL ORIGIN.
Whale and Lion Said to Have Sprung
from One and the Same
Rates for the Holiday.
Chicago. Nov. 12. Western roads
have agreed to male a rate of a fare
and a third for the round trip between
all points within a distance of 200
miles of each other for Thanksgiving
day. The rate will be effective No
vember 23 and 24, and tickets will be
good to return until. November 28.
These roads have also agreed to make
a similar rate for Christmas and New
ii iBi'irrfaai ifiiMMi i
Paced n Mile in SiOl.
Memphis, Tenn., Nov. 12. Lou Dil
lon smashed the world's unpaced mile
trotting record at the driving park
yesterday by completing a mile in
2:01. The former unpaced record,
2:014. was held jointly by Lou Dillon
ana Major ueimar. ixm union was
driven by Millard Sanders, her train
er, and was accompanied by a runner
at the side.
The Kind Ton Have Always Bought, and which has been
in use for over SO years has borne the signature of
and has been made under his per-
jfyfv z?7- sonal supervision since its infancy
'G&CCi&Z AllnroTin nr tnrlpivA ttiti in fills.
All Counterfeits, Imitations and Just-as-good" are but
"Experiments that trifle with, nd endanger the health off
Infants and Children Experience against Experiments
What is CASTOR I A
Castoria is a harmless substitute for-Castor Oil, Pare
goric, Drops and Soothing' Syrups. It is Pleasant. It
. contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic
substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys "Worms
and allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and "Wind
Colic It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation
and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the
Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep
The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
Bears the Signature of
Miuonrl . Banker Accused.
St. Louis, Nov. 12. Anton F. Mis-
parel, chairman of the republican com
mittee of St. Charles county, and late
cashier of the St. Charles savings
bank, is at his home in a state border
ing on mental distraction, while his
bank Is out with a statement that the
bank's accounts shrw a discrepancy
amounting to $30,000.
China Resort to Lotteries.
Shanghai, Nov. 12. The Chinese
goernment Is formulating a scheme
of state lotteries for the purpose of
wiping out the indemnities granted to
railroad corporations. The prizes will
aggregate $30,000,000 in gold.
Ei-Got. Bonn It. Sherman Dead.
Vinton, la., Nov. 12. Ex-Gov. Buren
R. Sherman died last night He had
been an invalid for several years. He
was state auditor from 1875 to 1S80.
and governor from 1882 to 1885.
To Decorate "Plerp." Morgan.
Rome, Nov. 12. King Victor has de
cided to send to J. P. Morgan, of New
York, the insignia of knight of the
crown of Italy as a testimonial of
gratitude of the Italian nation for the
return of the Ascoli cope to the Italian
M You Have Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years.
Republicans Defeat Shafroth.
Denver, Col., Nov. 12. Republicans
elect the three congressmen from Col
orado, Brooks defeating Shafroth at
large and Bonynge winning in the
First district and Hogg in the Second.
THC CENTAUR OOSMITT, T MO BRAT TCT,
rarea Caked Udder in cows.
Hniband and Wife In Dncl.
Pueblo, CoL. Nov. 12. Mrs. C A,
Curry was shot and killed and her
husband is probaDly fatally wounded
as the result, Curry claims, of a pistol
duel between them at their home in
East Pueblo. Family trouble is the
is &. positive euro Cor Piles.
S35.000 for Husband's Death.
New York. Nov. 12. A Jury award
ed Mrs. Mary C. GaNun $35,000 for the
loss of her husband, who died as a re
sult of injuries sustained in the Grand
Central tunnel on January 8. 1902.
As everyone knows, or ought to
know, the whale Is not a fish, hut
mammal, and zoologists have long pon
dered about Its family tree, says
scientific paper. In Eocene times the
ancestors of mammals were beginning
to take shape somewhat like those of
to-day and to lose the grotesquesness
Inherited from their reptilian progpn
itors. To be sure, animals were very
different from those of to day. Horses
were no. larger than dogs and had
five toes, while cattlelike tinoceras,
twice the size of an ox, with six horns,
tusk-like teeth and five toes, cropped
the heritage of Wyoming. Along with
these peculiar plant feeders there
dwelt some very primitive flesh eat
ers. to which Prof. Cape gave the
name of creadonta.
The scene shifts to modern times
Prof. Fraas. of Stuttgart, Germany, is
delving In the rocks near Cairo, Egypt
He Is getting out huge jaw bones that
have been petrified. The jaw bones
are those of whales and the rocks near
Cairo were, in Eocene times, the sea
shore. The professor has studied his
whale Jaws and compared their teth
with other fossil teeth. Now, he tell?
us in a recent Abhandlungen that
these teeth of ancient whales are like
those of the ancient carniverous
creodonts. From this he argues that
in Eocene or earlier times some prim
itive flesh eater took to an aquatic
life. From these old times to the pres
ent whales have been becoming more
It is hard to believe that the raven
ous Hon and Inoffensive and toothless
whale of to-day had a common an
cestor. yet they Doth have the same
tastes for blood, only the whale swal
lows his food whole.
The Simple Dish That Keeps
Vigorous and Well Fed.
When the Doctor takes his own med
i.:tae, and the grocer eats the food he
r commends, some confidence comes to
A Grocer of Ossian, Ind., had a prac
tlcal experience with food worth any
He says: "Six years ago I became
so weak from stomach and bowel trou
ble that I was finally compelled to give
up all work in my store, and, in tact,
all sorts of work, for about iour years.
The last year I was confined to the bed
nearly all of the time, and much of the
time unable to retain food o. any son
on my stomach. Aly bowels were bad
ly constipated continually, and I lost
In weight lrom 105 pounds down to 88
"When at the bottom o. the ladder I
changed treatment entirely, and siart
eu in on Grape-Nuts and cream for
nourishment. I used absolutely noth
ing but tnis for about three months. I
slowly improved until I got out of bed
and began to move about.
"I have been improving regularly,
and now in the past two years have
been wording about fifteen hours a
day in the Eiore, and never felt better
in my life.
"During these two years I have never
missed a breakfast of Grape-Nuts and
cream, and often have it two meals a
day, but the entire breakfast is al
ways made of Grape-Nuts and cream
"Since commencing tho use of Grape-
Nuts I have never used anything to
stimulate the action of the bowels, a
thing I had to do for years, but this
food keeps me regular and in fine
shape, and I am growing stronger and
heavier every day.
"My customers, naturally, have been
interested, and I am compelled to an
swer a great many questions about
"Some people would think that a sim
ple dish of Grape Nuts and cream
would not carry one through to the
noonday meal, but it will, and in the
most vigorous fashion."
Name given by Postum Co., Battle
Look in each pkr. for the famous lit
tle book, "Tie. Eo to WcavIHe,"
"J understand," eaid the dignified
English matron, "that your father made
his money in in trade.
"What do you mean?" asked the Amer
"That he amassed his wealth by buying
and selling commodities that the common
"lie did nothing of the sort!" retorted
the angry heiress, relates Judge. "I
want you to understand that papa did
not work a l;ck for a cent of his. He
made it every bit by skinning people with
watered stocks. 1 guess that's just as
y money as the kind that you inhtrit.
"Say, doctor," remarked the man who
had just dropped into the olhce, "I'm
very much alarmed about mv son.
"What's the trouble?" queried
"He has had three peculiar attacks
with'n a week." contirued the parent,
"and during each of them he was without
cerise or knoweldgs for nearly two hours."
"Oh, don't be uneasy about a little
thing like that." replied the pill dis
penser. "I've known people to live all
their lives in a similar condition." Cin
Rewards and Penalties.
"It is difficult for people to get what
they really deserve in this life.'
"it is difficult for some of us," an
swered Miss Cayenne "others have to
Cocige." v ashitgton Star.
Kn'cker So the Kewriches are getting
Bocker Yes, they have learned to ppeak
t a house beautiful instead of a beauti
ul bouse. N. . Sun.
"Lots o' men," said Uncle Ephr'm,
"ain't got no use fur Sunday, 'cept.n' to
plan out ways fur stinnin' somebody on
Monday." Chicago Tribune.
An Honest Opinion.
Mineral, Idaho, lov. 14th (Special).
That a sure cure has been discovered for
those sciatic pains that make so many
lives miserable, is the hrm opinion of Mr.
V. S. Colon, a well-known resident of
tnis place, and he does not hesitate to
tsay that cure is Dodd'e Kidney Pills.
The reason Mr. Colson is so firm in his
opinion is that he had those terrible
pains and is cured. Speaking of the mat
ter he says:
"1 am only too happy to say Dodd's
Kidney Pills have done me lots of good.
1 had awful pains in my hip 60 I could
lardly walk. JJodd's Kidney Pills stopped
it entirely. 1 think they are a grand
All Sciatic and Rheumatic pains are
caused by Uric Acid in the blooa. Doaa s
Kidney Pills make healthy kidneys and
healthy kidneys strain all the Uric Acid
out of the blood. With the cause re
moved there can be no Rheumatism or
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They Were in Luck.
Mistress What did the ladies say
when you told them 1 was not at home?
Maid Sure, wan av thim said it's
afther bein' better t' be born lucky than
rich. Chicago Daily News.
Piso' Cure for Consumption is an infalli
ble medicine for coughs and cold. N. W.
Samuel, Ocean Grove, N. J., Feb. 17, 1900.
Two Doses a Week.
"Do you take the Bible literally?"
afked Mrs. Oldcastle.
"Oh, no," replied her hostess, "we
only take it on Sundays and prayer meet
ing nights." Chicago Record-Herald.
A man of the name of Scatterzood was
struck by a train in Boston the other
day. It is pleasing to be able to say that
he pulled mmseli together and succeeded
hi getting up alone. Chicago Kecord-tltrald.
over, Vice Pres. Milwaukee,!
Wis., Business Woman's Association, is
another one of the million women who
have been restored to health by using
Lydia E Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.
" Deab Mr3. Petkham : I was married for several years and no children
blessed my home. The doctor said I had a complication of female troubles
and I could not have any children unless I could be cured. He tried to cure
mo, but after experimenting' for Beveral months, my husband became dis
gusted, and one night when we noticed a testimonial of & woman who had
been cured of similar trouble through the use of JLydia E. Pinltliam'a
Vegetable Compound, he went out and boug'ht a bottle for me. I nsed
your medicine for three and one half months, improving steadily in health,
and In twenty-two months a child came. I cannot fully express the joy and
thankfulness that is in my heart. Our home is a different place now, as we
have something1 to live for, and all" the credit is due to Lydia E. Piixkliam3
Vegetable Compound. Yours very sincerely, Mas. L. C. Glover, 614 Grove
St., Milwaukee, Wis." Vice President, Milwaukee Business Woman's Assn.
"Women should not fail to profit by the experience of these two
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An Indiana Lady Tells of a "Wonderful Cure:
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'I cannot find words in which to ex
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" Before I had taken half a bottle of
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FORFEIT if we cannot forxar1th produce the original letter and signatures ol
above testimouials, which will prove their absolute penuineness.
Lydia . rinkhain Med. Co., Lynn, Slass.
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"De man dat stahts out in life think
in he's smahter dan anyone else." said
I 'nde Kben, "ia generally de one dat has
to hire de mos .lawyers to Ht hisse'f
straightened out." W aehingtou Star.
"They Bay alcohol will clean surer tro
nicely,' remarked the man who acquires
facts. It will, agreed the red-nosed in
dividual. "It cleaned up all my 6ilver."
With as many ten-dollar bills as one
cellar bills in circulation it does seem
mighty doggoned queer how but, then,
wc never did have any luck. Indianapolis
The wav to a man's heart may be
through Uis stomach, but the way to his
t(-mKf is throuizb his oocketbook. N. Y.
A young Englishman on a visit to one
of the Irish local gentry once remarked
on the number of donkeys in use among
the peasantry, and turning to the priest,
who was present, inquired, with a cei
tain insolence of manner, whether it was
true that "the natives" kept them in
their own homes. "Yes," replied the
padre gravely, "they do. The English. I
perceive, send them abroad." Smith's
"Hop?," said Uncle Eben, "is a great
thing. But it don't justify a man in doin'
nutfan' an' settin' aroun' all his life wait
in' foh Santy Claua." Washington Star.
Some people shed advice like a cotton
wood tree sheds lint and with about the
ANOTHER LIFE SAVED.
Mrs. G. W. Foolcs, of SalUburv, Md.,
wife of G. W. Fooks, Sheriff of Wico
says: "I Buf-
YT for eight years.
$1 It came on me
'if gradually. I
ij felt tired i
Men dislike old maids. They are the
ii-tibtiC8 against man s irresistibility.
Vanity makes men ridiculous. Dride
odious and ambition terrible. Steele.
a-"v ieib ureu ana
W 9 tit A a l.r n e
short of breath
and was trou
eating, and my
limbs were badly swollen. One doctor
told me it would finally turn to Bright's
disease. I was laid up at one time for
three weeks. I had not taken Doan's
Kidney Pills more than three days
when the distressing- aching across my
back d isappeared, and I was soon en
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
Of ronrae ft 1.
n don't r'sV H lift by trying
ct along without
r.lcGee's Baby Elixir
because it cost 50c a bottls fyou
can buy a smaller slza for 2-c).
Makes lean babies fat and sick
babies well. A sure cure for all
stomach an4 bowel complaints
that baby flesh Is her to. In
sure health and freedom from
fretting and uleepl -ssness dur
ing tbs teething perl'xl. Good
winter and summer all tbe t ma.
Pleasant to take- At your drug-
nata. Keen a. bottla in the hou&a.
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Iffi 5KN Of THE FISH HEVER1AH5
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RE WARE OP IMITATIONS. 10C.1 fCR AI0V TRADE MARK.
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TOWHTR CANADIAN CO.. I.d.. OrSnt. CV5.
Dg is 8 to M
. cure 30 to 60 days. Trial treatment free.
1 ur. h. h. breen's Sons. Box D, Atlanta, Ga,
ToIEARN SOMETHING I
Address. 6KH A' K A I
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