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CHAPTER II. Continued.
Ton kn'iw I
eiild ( rtrncitly.
I vi r r -f r t
wouldn't, Annie," he
"Not ono second have
marrying yiri t'mt's
ijt:-rt to Cod!"
A fiiint fliii-h' of pleasure lit up the
young wlf"'H fare. For all fur ru
taumcd JU,liilwiiit'(liirnii she wan bmliy
Ju nf this reassurance. If she
thought Howard nourished secret re
finis 11 would break her heart. Khe
could Miunl anything, any hardship,
hut not that, She would leave Mm ut
In a way thu held herself respori
tiltilc for liin pn no ut predlcanKTit. Khe
tail felt a iW;p acTiHe of guilt over
lini' that lifU'iiioon In New Haven
when, li.sif.'iiliiR to Howard'B linpor
tuiiilli'B iuhI olit-ylntf an irnpiilK- nlie
v.im powi'i li Ku to rxHliit. f he had fluiiB
HH.hl'j Ik r wultr'88' apron, furtively
V ft thi; rc:;la'irant and hurrltd with
him lo the minister who declared
them iii'.-n mid wife.
'J li'-l r nnitrlao wng a mlntake, of
-our'e. Howard wnn In no jjoHltlon
to ii.iury. They hhould have waited.
They both realized thflr folly no.
Hut what wan dono rould not he tin
do'ii'. sins realized, too, that It wai
worne for i,jW!lrd than It wd for
her. It had ruined his prospects at
the. oulMft of hid cari'r end threut
ni'd to bp an Irreparable blight on
iln entire life. 8he realized that sho
a larj;(;ly to blamo. Kbo bad dune
-.roii to marry him and at tlme.8 he
reproached bersolf bitterly. There
were days when their union assumed
1n her eyes tho enormity of a crime.
'Fhe uliould havo seen what a nodal
JT'iU lay between them. All thee
I laun'H and Insuita from bin famMy
which aho now endured Kho bad fool
1nhly broiiRht upon ber own bead. Hut
the had not been able to realut the
temptation. Howard came Into her
lJle when the outlook waa dreary and
tiopcIcKH. He bad offered to her what
feenr l n hav n nnaln.i the cruelty
and helllf linetis of the world. Ilappi
nesH for the first time In ln-r llfo
r.ee:r.ei within reach and she bad not
the jenral courage to nay '"No."
If Ani.lo had no education nhe was)
rot v.i'hout braltiR. Kho had hchfb
iiou)?h to ri .ili.e that her bringing up
or the luck of it was an unnurmount
ahle hiirrler to her ;ver belnR ad
n.itii (1 to the Inner circle of Howard's
f:iinlly. If hfr liushaud'o father bad
tiot married ligalii tbu breach inlnht
bave been croKFed In time, but bin
row wlf war, a prominent member if
the I'tnart Bit, a woman full of arl.do
cn,tlc notloim, who recoiled with bor
Tor ut having; nnythliiR to do with a
flrl Kuilty of the enormity of earnlnx
Ju r own IlvltiK. Individual merit, In
herent nobility of character, amiabili
ty of dlfipobltlon, and a pergonul repu
tation untouched by scandal all thin
went for nothing becauao tinarcom
jihiiIkI by wenlth or HOciul poaltlca.
Annie had neither wealth nor poHltlon.
flhe had not even education. They
,.-:::!i'(!'red her common, lmponnible.
They were ever ready to lend an ear
to certain ugly utorlen regarding: her
pant, none of which were true. After
their marriage, Mr. Jeffrlen, Sr., find
M wife absolutely refused to receive
. lier or havo any communication with
lier whatsoever. As long, therefore,
art Howarj remained faithful to her,
the breach with IiIh family could nerer
lie hi'ali ll.
"Have ttomo more stew, dear," she
jinld. extending her band for ber bua-
.' Howard shook his head and throw
liiw!i his knife and fork.
"I've bad enough," be said despond
ently. "I haven't much appetite."
;-'lie looked at 111 in with concern.
"I'lmr boy, you're tired out!"
As she noted how pale and dejected
tie. appeared, ber eyes filled with
mpitthctlc teats. Hhn forgot the
appalling number of cigarettes he
wmoked a duy, nor did Bho realize
Jiow ahnso of alcohol had spoiled his
iomuch for solid food.
"I wIkIi I knew where to go and get
that I'.', ODO," muttered Howard, his
jnlnd mill preoccupied with t'luo'i
proposition. Ughtlng ai.othr ciga
rette:, be leaned back In his chair and
lapHc'd Into silence.
Annie i"t and watched him, wiuh
1n she could suggest some way to
tolvi the problem thut troubled him,
tih loved her hiiMband with all br
Jiciiit and soul. His very weakness
of character tndeared him the more
to lor. Hhe wan not blind to Ms
faults, but she excused them. Ills
vices, 'his diinMi'K, figured a'doklng
ml general shll'tlewbiierts w're, slie
aiiguea. the result of bud usaoclaU.
,1 ;i crJCfct
IS. 2 f L..Yl 'V 5
ell J 'fy
II UJSTIJATION IVY' NAY ALTEH$
He was sif Indulpent. mnd'nsnjr
good T solutions and broke them. liut
ho was not really vlcloiis. lie bad a
good henit. With some one to watch
blm and keep blrn la the Ktra'ght pal b
be would still give, a f;ood account of
himself to th world. She was con
fident of thn. Rh? recognized many
f xcellent qiialitlef) In blm. They only
wnnt'd tot.terlng and bringing out.
That was why she married blm. She
was a few ya'S his. senior; the (ell
that he waa (he stronger mentally.
F'io rot'?ldercd H wan fcer duly to
devote her life to him, to protect blm
from himself an.) make a man of blm.
It. wan not ber fault, she mued, if
r.'ic wa.i not a lady. Literally brought
up In the gutter, wh;tt udwintRK.efl ,ad
she bail? Her mother died In child
birth fin A her father, a professional
i-iicbler, Bbandorn d the Utile to
the tender rcles of an luilifferf nt
neighbor. V.'hen k!i was, about, elfbt.
yars old ber failur wan ar.ested. He
i. -fiiied to pay pollen blackmail, was
indicted, railroaded to pi Ison and died
tioon after in convict stripes. There
wan no provision for Annie's rnalr,
tenance, ro Ht the lif?u of nine she
found herself to'liix; In a factory, n
heljdeiis victim of the brutalizing sys
tem of child slavery, which In spite
of prohibiting laws still disgraces the
I'nlted HtatcH. Kver since that time
she bad earned ber own living. The
road had often been bard, there were
times when nho thought she would
have to give up the fight; other girls
she had met had hlnt.-d at an easier
way of earning one's living, but Mm
had kept ber courage, refused to listen
to evil counsel and always managed
to keep her name unsullied. Kli left
the factory to work behind the coun
ter In a New York dry goods store.
1 hen about a yenr ngo she drifted to
New Haven and took the position of
waitress ut the restaur'-nt which the
college boys patronized.
Itohert TTnderwood whs among the
Btudeiits who came almost every day.
He made love to her from the start,
and one day attempted liberties whic h
she was prompt to resent In a way
he did not relish. Alter that he let
ber alone. Kho never liked the man.
bho knew him to bo unprincipled as
well as vicious. One r.lght he brought
Howard Jeffries to the restaurant.
They seemed tbo closest of cronies
and she was sorry to see what bad
influence the elder sophomore bad
over the young freshman, to whom
she was at once attracted. Kvery
time they came she watched them and
she noticed bow under his mentor
Howard became more hardened. He
drank more and more and became a
n ckli ss gambler. I'mlerwood seemed
to exercise a baneful spell over blm.
She saw that he would soon be ruined
with sin Ii a man as Underwood for a
constant companion, fler Interest iu
the young student grew. They be
came acquainted mid Howard, not
realizing that she was older than be,
was Immediately captivated by her
vivacious charm and her common
sense views. They saw each other
more frequently and their friendship
grew until one day Howard asked her
lo marry blm.
While she sometimes blamed her
self for having listened too willingly
to Howard's pleadings, Bhe did not
altogether regret the step she had
taken. It was most unfortunate that
Z.mmw- III H 1(1 M'l
111 ,0 ll'l J?
"Not On ftocond Hava I Regretted Marrying You Tl.st's Honttt to
1 KlUlii?Mi.L WIS
Ditc ri'ift be this rupture with Ms
fanlly, yet something within told ber
that rho wax doing fJod's work wv
liig a man's oul. Without ber, How
ard would I sve gone swiftly to ruin,
there was little doubt of that. His Kf
fi'ctlon fur b'r bad partly, If wot
wholly, nd'cmcd blm and v. ts keep,
li.g liiin straight. He bad b'-n good
to her ever sine their r;arrlaie and
done -veryMi!nff to make 'her com
fortab'e. Once b- took a position u.
guard on the elevated road, but
caught cold fcnd was forced to glv
I' Ui. Hie wanted to go to woik
again, but be (ttigrily refused. I imt
a lone snowed that he was not entirely
devoid of character. He was un
forti'ii.-'ti. at present end they were
poor, but by dint of p"i severance l.c
would win out and make !i poiillon
f.-r S,;.i:.-iif wit bout his father's help.
'1 hese were their darkest d.iys, but
light was abend. As long as they
low d cijch other arid had tU' lr health
what n nre was necessary?
"Hay, Annie, I have an lda," and
denly blurted out Howard.
"What Is it, dear?" (he asked, ber
reveries thus abruptly Interrupted.
"I tin an rcgruding that in. 000. You
know nil about that t-"J which I once
lent V'tid'TWood. 1 never got it back,
although 'I've been after blrn many
tlmeg or It. I le's a slippery customer.
I!ut under the circumstances I think
it's worth another determined effort
He k enm to be bitter fixed now than
he ever was. He's living at the As
truria, making a social splurge and
i;ll that sort of thing. He must have
money. I'll try to" borrow the 2.0;u
"ile certainly appears to be pros
pi rous," replied Annie. "I see bis
name in the newspapers, all th'j time
There Is hardly an uffalr at which be
is not pr Client."
"Yes," growled Howard; "I don't
see how be does It. II travels on his
chec k, principally, I guess. Hla name
was among those present at my step
mother'i .nusicale the other night."
Ilitterly he added: "That's how the
world goes. There Is no place for
me under my father's roof, but that
blackguard is welcomed with open
I thought your father was such a
proud man," interrupted Annie. "How
does he come to associate with peo
ple, like 1'mlcrwood?"
"Oh, pate r's ati old dolt!" exc'iiincd
Howard impatiently. "There's no fool
like tn old focd. Of course, he's ten
sible enough in buslm ss matters. H
wouldn't be where he in today If h
weren't. liut when It comes to the
woman question he's as blind an a
bat. What rlg-ht bad a man of bis
ugi! to go and marry a woman 20
years his Junior? Of course she only
married him for his money. Kvery.
body knows that except he. I'eople
laugh at blm behind his back. Instead
of enjoying a quiet, peaceful home in
the declining yearn of bis life;, he Is
compelled io keep open house and in
tertalu people who are personally ob
noxious to hi ui, simply because that
sort of life please s bis young wife.'
"Who was she, anyway, before Ibelr
marriage?" interrupted Annie.
"Oh, a nobody," ho replied. "Hie
was very attractive looking, dressed
well and was clever enough to get in
troductlons to good people. She man
g"ij to irTc bre!f f.f.vilrr tr; .
ii'iJiit set land tits t.c'd'd n.':iiy to
carry out Iur x iai sint.i'ions. f.id
wealthy w ido r nine aiorig r,d sJis
ca'jgi.t 1 I in la lir r.et, that's sli!"
Aiir.;? Iif;ier,1 wfih r,tiei:t. ijha
.was human enough .to feel a certain
s"r,r; rf (Htlstaclion la hearing that
this woman who treated her with suet
conti-nipt ws fcc-n,c lf some'-hfijc of a
fti'. .rig uer,
' How did jour 8tppnofbr come to
know Kobi-rt l'ud rwood?" shci afk"d.
"He was never In aot!?:tjr."
"No," replied Howard with' a gr!a.
' It wan my stepmother w iio gave him
the entree. Yon know she was once
encaged to blm, but broke it off so
fche couid marry did. Un felt very
sore over ii at the time, but after
b'-r marriage he was seemingly as
friendly with ber as ever to serte
his own ends, of course. It Is simply
wonderful what influence he has Hli
her. He exercises over her the same
fat,clnii( Ion that be did over me et
college. He has sort of bypnoti.'d
br. I don't think it's a esse of love
or anything l.ke that, but be simply
holds l,er under his thumb fj'id f'-'s
her to (Jo anything he wants, fche
Invliex , j mj to h'-r bouse, ln'rod'i' es
blm right and h ff, gut p'op'e to take
him up. Kvc-ryboily laughs about it in
fccx-icty, I'nd rwoen In known as Mrs.
Howard Ji fries' p-t. Such a thin?
r.oon getH talked about. That is hfl
"''ret of liis f.ui i' s! (ui career In New
Vork. As far a.i I know, sl,t' u.
inueh ii.fati.ati'd with blm as ever."
A look of t irj.i 1 e raine Info An
nle'.t face. To this young woman,
v, lii,:;e one pp a cjf matriiiior y was
steadiasl li;;:!!y to the luaii wbcjs.e
Ii!'. sin.' fhared and whose name she
bore, the re was scituetliilig re p'-ll'-nt
atid riaiinatini; l.i a v.eiman tiermit-
tlng herself to he talknj about In that
' Uoi-i a t your father objec t?" she
"J'l-.haw!" lauglied Howard. "He
doi-gn't se-e w ht.t's going on under h's
ve iy nose. He's t'ei proud a man, to
sure, of ills own good judgment, to be-li'-vi-
(or a mouii-rit that the woman
to whom lie ravi- bin name would tei
gull.'y of the slightest indli-'-retlon of
Annie was silent for a minute. Then
"What makes you think that Un
derwood would ii t jo'i have the
"Ilei ause I think be'a got It. 1
obliged him once iu the same way
myself. 1 would explain to him what
I want It 'T. He will see at one
that it is a good thing I'll offer blm
a good rate- of intep rt, and he might
be very glad to le t me; have It. Any
how, there's no harm trying"
Annie said nothing She did not
entirely approve tnls id'-a of ber hus
band trying to borrow money of a
man in whom bis stepmother was so
much Interested. On the other band
starvation stared the-m in tho face.
If Howard could g' t hold of this $2,000
and start In the brokerage) business
It might be the beginning of a ni:w
life for the m.
"Well, do as )ou like, dear," sha
said. "When will you go to him?"
"The l;et-i time- to catch him would
be in lh' evening," re-plle-d Howard.
"We II, then, flo to Ililihl," bh" sio;-ge-teil.
Howard il.oejk bis head.
"No, not. tonight. I don't think I
hhould find him In. He's out every
night soiuewh'-re. Tonight there's an
other bin reee'ption at my father's
hoiihi'. He'll probably be there. I
think Ml wait till tomorrow night.
I'm nearly sni" to catch him at home
Annie rose and began to remove the
dlshi'S from the table. Howard non
chalantly lighted another cigarette
and, having I ho table, took up the
evening newspaper. Kitting down
comfortably In a rocker by the win
dow, be blew a cloud of blue unoka
up In tho air and said:
"Yes, that's it ill go tomorrow
night to Die Astriirhi and strike l!ob
Under wood for that 12 000."
(TO HI" CiiM'IM I:!) )
An inge'iitous method of smuggling
saccharin has been delected at Itre
genz, Australia, where seven men
wito arrested for ImpnrtlngSarge quan
tities of contraband. Whe n the Geneva
Munich expr ess arrlvi'd at Hreger.i the
nation master bad a coach containing
seven travelers uncoupled from the
express and detained for examination,
lit had been warned by telegraph
from Zurich that seven smuggle'. of
Geneva were In thu train with 3 large
quantity of saccharin. After an ei
h'liuitlve search the ofTlclals failed to
find any contraband and were about
lo apolov'lzo to the seven trsvcl-rs for
their detention when one customs In
spector accidentally kicked a hot
water plpo In a first class compart
ment nud the secret was rtveaied.
All the hot water pipe In the carrlaga
were In duplicate, differing In no de
tail as to length, breadth and color,
but one set was of metal and the
other set made of papier mache con
Hlulng saccharin, which Is shout
t'no timed as cipcuslve Iu Auttila as
IU H Itte-rltunl.
for the Scandalmonger.
The Orleans museum ha Junt been
enriched with a curious relic of ti-i
past which imiiii workmen In making
excavation l:i the city cim scroti i:
I a atonn rrprcuriiili.j a grluuiug
figure, showing th tetih, the coun
tenance being repellent enough. In
this way the luijuaclnuj womuu, the
scandalmonger. brought to ber
se-iike. The ntoiict, an"! I'lnli d by a
chain, ws placed round her nec k, and
ro accoutred she ws compelled to
walk round the town In which sh
llvf'J. 7 he s'one la suppused 14 date
about the sliUwiiib iniuiy.
ft ''." "': l ; -tse ttrA t V.tt
I te (i (if a fan lir I a tlou'Ie.
T f;rf..l-j ! fde f J'rrln, It is
pure), .ii" ii nub t. and be-ni'-it fc-r-.rig.
"I suppose) your sinter Is bu..!y pre
paring for Ler wedding?"
"Ye, this is up in her rcriu icjw d
rtroyir,g all her old letters."
Id-n't Merry . tb"i't vvjr cr,rr ' .,n
tike tjarf.eld Tea, ti. i pur.l.tr.
Simplicity of Erpreiston.
A story was told on 5!artlrj Iimts
riey at th rape rod commercial trav
ele rs' dinner by It'-pre sentatlve Tope
of Ix-omlnster. "Last a.-aon Ixnuaa
r.ey was f!-.u talking to seune oiit; in
one of the corridors, and s I paused
I beard these words: 'Shall I write
blm?' 'No,' caid Iyou;aney; 'never
write a thing when yeu can talk, and
!),. t talk when you can cod your
lead.' " JiOhUiU Kec ord.
CURED HER BABY OF ECZEMA
"I cj.n't te-11 la words Low happy the
word 'Cutlc.ura' sounds to ine, for It
turei uiy baby cif ltc:hir;g, torturing
t'-rcma. It first came when she was
between three and four weeks o'.d,
apl-earing on her Lead. I uued every
thing Imaginable ari'l had one doc
t'jr's bill a.'ter another, but nothing
cured It. Then the eczema ' roko out
so badly behind Ler car that I really
thought bc-r ear would com off. For
months I doctored it but to no av?il.
Then. It began at Ler nose and Ler
eyes were nothing but sores. I Lad to
keep her in a dark room for two
weeks. The doctor did no good, o I
topped Llm coming.
"For about two wee kg I bad used
Cutlcura Soap for Ler every day,
then I got. a box of Cutlcura Ointment
and began to uso that In a week
there was a marked Improvement. In
all I used two cakes of Cutlcura Soap
and one box of Cutlcura Ointment and
my baby was cired of the sorts. This
was last November; now her Lair Is
arrowing out nicely and she Las not a
gear on her. I can not praise Cutl
cura enough, I can take my child any
where and people are amad to se
Ler without a sore. From th time
ghe was four weeks old until she wag
three years Fhe was never without the
terrible eruption, but now, thanks to
Cutlcura, I have a well child." (Sign
ed) Mrs. If. K. Householder, 2004 Wll
htlui St., Ilaltlrnore. lid., May 10, 1310.
Plain at Day.
A man recently visited the art
museum in CLlccgo and wandered
about, looking at the paintings with
more or less interest. He finally
stopped In front of a portrait which
showed a man Kitting in a Llgh lacked
chair. There was a small white card
on the picture, reading:
"A portrait of E. H. Srulth, by him
self." The man read the caid and then
chuckled to himself.
"What fools these city folks are!"
he said. "Anybody who looks at that
picture woeld know Smlth'a by him
self. There ain't any one els In the
picture." Chicago Tribune.
Stranger Yes, I have the general
location of my friend's building and
the name of the street, but I can't Cud
Citizen Haven't you anything more
Stranger Nothing except the archi
tect's print of how the finished build
ing would look. Puck.
Cai-fi'-M Ton purifirs the blood an I ersdi
Mtes rhfuiuAlimii. It U inado of lK-rb.
Too of'en sermons have too much
length and too little depth. Judg.
4ti i J '
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription
la th tet cl all medicta fur th cur of dive,
dieorder and wnlnxutej puiUr to woman, ll U lb
only preparaliou of it kiud deviMeJ by rulrly gradu
ated phyaictaa a cipriec4 aiMi killed ap-ivi.llit i
th diac of womca.
It la a eaf elici I aay eldiri' ef tl& tystaoi.
TflF. (INF. KFMFDY wbUti ataU o Uokol
mmA aw Utiariww atatil-frHha4 4Wct ruf wiiuli
ri rvlo4 for eh UauLuit
TK ONF. HFMFTY so good HuU iu auk
w avol air uid to pi uU it TtMT lgrJlit
oh uid liatUwriir eruvl ttt to tit
ttikfulo f tite adder eJttk.
It ! M by i edicia dealer tnrrsWt, (Utei any d!r who huo't U aua
f it. loa't ak aubelKuv iA uukoow outpovitieMi tor liii Biedtuiu or
non OoMrocitrtoM. No ouaterUlt t good a tic gortum ud th drujgiat
who y ounttiR via U ")u a f-xxi Dr. Merce'a" U kher (auuken
or la tryia to diMj&iv yo fur h.a . tliuh bwnt. Such a s U mot t b
tnaated. ll I trtsinj wilh Your Mwii prWl OMJua yuur bexliit
aaay be your Uia ilaeii. AV Met ye fW wcMSye i fur.
A Country School for Girh in New Yorlc City
lift feu(ure of Country mnj City f e
Oui-of-ebxrr Srt co Sch-'ol 1'aek t'l arrRa near ti e llu.lm PJ-.-.r. I'uU
A adninic Cniirt fron Vttm&tf Oa to (rAilu.i'.iun, t'l pur fla: feif A ivnui.c'1
SMctal Student il uvc and A rc frreili. aita 'eiuia tn CuilK. Siln.i t ixe h Mi
I'jy F-jp! Mix iiaBgoi Mik 'A h-'un, Kiuodale Axe, ear 252d St., V
A fi.ci'jrn ft )
'' hfr Is ti. .'.'.'.': "
'.'- in t si: '.(! prppxr'"? !
t'T for t'- do'tirs ",, ::;.:,.r for
the oei.Mor, end .. ''x '.t for tte a'
cU'T,' ." Hi- d T Id. ' fi-ir.
EE'TlFUt rOST CARDS TtlC.
frm 1 !: ' itip f .r f et nn.i.iH ef tr
virv lt e'..l Kii1''.' I. fA I.ti-'h,
tower end At- I''"', t bet.,-i.J
iT'leri i'-r..-it dt.-i'.r'io. rt Ctr4
Club, i.';l J- tm.-n ti'., l'a-- i. i'.xeu
Tapa, what Is fiaitery?
"rralewn of other people, my win."
Great Mom f ym ftemtdy,
f-r f.n ei: f f ii ff, .uY rt'-'M
from li:na J'! ( Tl T ". KYI I, VE. '1
di"J,ait or Howard Ui iu'TJo, if, Y.
Th saint who lays be cannot s'.a
may be an earnest m.i , but It Is
wisest to trust some other man wl'.b
tLe fund of the church.
Ce-iMtir-aii in cfiu.. rr-aiiir r;o.. A 4.
I'leTi-e't l'le-anant IV.ie'
thr:e I'tr c.'ii!irlio.
Ile'crnn come slowly because we a'l
wo"j!d ratLe:r wield tiej ax thtn beivr
oviT ocr "psnw riniijr
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ll K'.Cil'. rf I W . .K'. k I 4 IU i 4
TflrUil.bliiAl4ii oi lr .
Y.if.Tf bear of a pearl 'uelng fovud in
a church fair oyster?
A f'V-d wuy to k.-e-n we!J '. to talo C-ir-Ce)d
ti friuefit Iy . It tnrf'jrejc g-d hi-a.'.S,
Many preent pfotJleiai ar pa;l
follies retting ripe.
icrrioi.e-r Ij',; Irwit' f inV Iimler jfar
for it ra il tr.e!iw qua!:! r.
An undei-taker know at lot of "deal
ones" that he Is unAb'.e to b"iry.
tatinrr lie-juid fhysic or A or littla
pills, that wbich makes you worse
itiateacl of curing. Cathartics don't
cure they irritate an-i weaVrn tine
bowels. CASCARETS make the
bowels Etrotij, tone the muscles so
they crawl and work when they
do this they are he-aiby, producirtp;
CAW.APFTS Kr bent t'it tm")'!
trea'tnfnt. All dmiS"". Jl.jfKrf nl
iu lo wuiid. l&t;iMa boac infaotX
Fvery man fcia trouble in adjusting fci
lip Easy Collars
which all have the i.ip aiy Tab Ukjao
ljve. The-y corr.e iu al tvle. Once in
blip ta--y Cellars you will never wear any
other kir.d. Ask ycur dealer to grt thera.
If he will not, wr.to u and we see yoej
C. W FERGUSON COLLAR CO, Troy, H. T.
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If mite4 wit
W. N. ST. LOUIS. NO. 7-1911.
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