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OnOUCn P. IIlXKICDY.i Editors and
N ANN 113 R. HUCKi:UV. I Publishers.
RICH MUX. MISSOURI.
That run crow on the Pennsylvania
which mad IT hits In a minute ought
to be signed by some astute baseball
There Is always a disposition In
those mho have them to claim that
pray hairs are more a mark of Buffer
ing than of ace.
"There Is no place like home." Refu
gees from Vesuvius are said to be al
ready moving hack to their old places
on the mountain sides.
At the age of 37 there died In 1T9S
a clerk of the Rank of England who
u paid So have been nearly seven
and onehalf feet high.
Quite a number of congressmen are
announcing their purpose to retire.
And there be many who will retire,
although they are not announcing the
During vjueen Anne's relsrn there
was shown In London and other parts
of England a most peculiar anomaly
a German giantess without hands or
feet who threaded a needle, cut
Last year 1.2S5 tigers, 5,370 pan
thers and loepards, 2,KK bears and
2.0SG wolves were killed In India; of
snakes the real scourge of India
. no record is possible and unfortunate
ly comparatively few are destroyed.
Nowadays practically all the Cali
fornia honey Is extracted before tale.
The reason for this Is that the wax of
the comb is proved to be absolutely
Indigestible, is beyond the action of
acid and is absolutely tasteless. Fur
thermore, aside from the half given by
the pure food laws. It Is not as easy
to dilute honey as one might suppose.
For the adornment of the city back
yard of ordinary size nothing Is moro
suitable than old-fashioned mixed bor
ders, where anything can be planted,
and a bouquet cut every day without
the effect being spoiled. The bacn
yard of a city of 25 or 30 feet Is am
ple room for a garden of those an
nuals that are easily frrown from seed.
The girl who is fastidious to the
point of observing little niceties Is
chary In her use of perfumes. She
never Indulges In those which come In
liquid form, except to put a few drops
in the bath water, and those In pow
dered form she selects wtth the great
est care and never by any chance
those that are at all aggressive. The
immoderate use of heavy scents Is in
most execrable taste. It suggests
blowsy hair and cheap imitation Jew
elry, and Is distinctly to be avoided.
A naturalist says: "Men and ani
mals are born with a propensity to
tight. Is there in the whole ranee of
the animal creation one animal that
does not fight, if It has sense enough
and powers of locomotion. Oysters
and clams can not fight. If their or
gan of combatlveness is not wanting,
they have no use for it. They even
devour each other, and may be said
to eat themselves, for, changing their
shell and stomach every year, these
remains are generally the first morsel
to glut their new system."
There are many professions open to
women; but there are not many men
who have perfected profession for
themselves. For that matter there are
few men clever enough to originate
new lines of work. Vet that Is what
a Chicago woman has dune. She Is
Mrs. A. K. McCrae. Hhe bus tint
named her piofesslon and has no offi
cial title. She might be called a sta
lion beaut liier, fur her work consists
In milking more ph-aslug to the eye
the station grounds and bull lings
which murk the ways of railroads.
' (limit play a part in the mythology
of almost all the nations of Aryan de
scent. The Creeks It-presented them
as beings of monstrous !, ith hide
ous countenances, and placed them Id
abodes in volcanic districts, whither
they were tabled to have been ban
ished after their unsuccessful at
tempt upon heaven, when the gods,
with the assistance of Hercules, Im
prisoned them under Aetna and other
volcanoes. Hut modern history re
futes nearly all the stories and leg
ends concerning giants, even those
of a few years back.
Two deer appeared In Wlnsted,
Conn., recently, and, frightened by
an approaching team, leaped through
the plate-glass window of J. 8. Wy
cock's dry goods store. The craHh
of the glass awakened persons living
in the vicinity of Ijike Mini Main
streets, who ran to their windows In
time to see two does run up Main
street. They crusted Mad river, dla
appearing In tl)- direction of lllghlund
lake. Mits. M. H Mall, who saw the
deer Jump, said that neither animal
touched the stdewulk uolng or com
lug from the store.
A Chinese newspaper, the Chung
Him 1'ao, prints the following: "A
specllil correspondent at Feugtlen
writes that about the beginning of this
month a Juiiaucse Imported some
3.UO0 Jtipanest) widows, whom he of
fered for sale, cither as domestic ser
vants or as secondary wives, at tiu
cents a catty (l ounda avoirdu
pois). Photographs are first shown
to intending bujeis, who then make
their selection, and the woman U
w t-U'ieJ and her value calculated. The
only condition Is that sh l allowed
Ui iclum bom one In thrvd years."
EARTHQUAKE AT SAN FRANCIS
CO PLACTS RICH AND POOR
ON SAME LEVEL.
SIDELICHTS ON THE
Millionaire and Pauper Now Friends
Bminesa Being Conducted Amid
th Ruins Heir to Wealth Born
San Francisco, Cal. This town is
"on the level" In every sense of the
word, writes Richard Barry. You can
stand on Tar fiat and see Telegraph
hill with no obstruction but a few
skyscraper skeletons. South of Van
Ness avenue it is not even a Junk heap.
No more ghouls are shot because there
Is nothing to steal, and they will have
to pay men to carry off the smashed
bricks. Russian, Telegraph and Nob
hills, which formerly made such
a magnificent metropolitan saddle
against the Golden Gate, look as they
do in the prints of '49, when scmbby
bushes rambled across tnelr barren
faces. They have been scraped of foul
and iair by a mighty muck rake. The
homes of threefourths of the people
are annihilated, and as one walks
through the desolation he slowly real
izes that the world can never know
whit has happened; that 100 Pompeiis
would be swallowed In these ruins and
that California in tragedy, as in all
else, has shaken her Jaunty fist in the
face of history and written "finis" to
Social Distinctions Leveled,
Tet these smashed buildings and des
olate streets do not present the sig
nificant leveling. The material loss is
great, but it does not stagger the imag
ination. A few hundred millions will
mend the hurt and there are many peo
ple here to-day who think the shake
up is worth the leveling. Society Is
on the ground, face to face. Every
artificial barrier Is swept away. The
social distinctions built up In 60 years
have been obliterated with the same
swiftness and finality shown by the
Barnes toward the property. The loss
of life is small, the loss of social posi
tion colossal. Down to the elements,
now nothing counts but human loss.
Money has momentarily lost its pur
chasing power. Servants, luxury, hab
its, prestige yes, amity, feuds, hatred,
jealousy and contempt have disap
peared. Humanity Is In the flat and
every one is on the level.
Here are a few random Incidents
picked from the edge of the cataclysm:
Fillmore street, a third-rate metro
politan artery, has become for the
moment the business center of the
town. Here, in dinky bakeries, cheap
candy stores, tawdry photograph gal
leries and Insignificant lodging nouses,
are found all that Is lert of the great
est business institutions on the Pa
cific coast. A sawmill that formerly
employed 4,000 men has Its office la a
hall bedroom that used to rent for one
dollar a week. A bakery that em
ployed 3K carts before the fire Is op
erating out of a hand laundry that was
run by three women. The largest de
partment store la the west Is being
resurrected from a soda water stand
that has been roughly partitioned, the
front 14 by 16 feet spare being used
foranofiVe. In a rear roomof similar ex
tent the exclusive heads go for frl
Jele and coffee warmed over an al
Odd Quarters for City Officials.
You ran see the chief of police in
San Frsnrlsco as easily as you could
see the sheriff of the most backwoods
county lu Arizona. He sits In the
window of a corner grocery and as
you pass on the sidewalk you glance
at his bright fare and hr his heurty
laugh. The mayor Issues his orders
from the lodge room of a secret -cltt..
The superior court Is being
held In a Jewish synagogue, while the
city and county records are buried lu
a tomb In the Masonic cemetery.
The newspapers tin t once occupied
the principal skyscrapers la the city
sre being operated from four little
rooms in the same bloik. m one of
which has more than a 3n foot front
or a 10-foot depth. On one side of
each room you ran see the sign "Sub
srrlptlon Dei artuient," on the other
"Advertlalng Department," while on
each rear wall Is hung a rough sign,
0ns Newspaper Office a Bedroom.
One of the most fortune e papers.
fler much maneuvering, baa managed
to commandeer a second floor bed
room, the nature of whose previous
occupants is attested by the notice
itlll hanging from the chandelier,
which reads. ,-Don't plow Out ths
0a." In this tluy room, around tw)
tunal) tables, U congregated the ;our
nallbtlc talent that formerly conducted
t world famous organ from a suite of
15 rooms In one of the most magnifi
cent buildings lu the west.
10,000 Acres Burned Over.
A well-known Oakland engineer
states that the area devastated by the
fire in ban tranclsco approximates 10.
OoO acres, or about lb square tulles.
There are few cities In the world where
so much valuable property U contained
In an equul territory. Wltblu this 15
square miles were uerly PK) banks,
some or tbs finest buildings lu the
world, thousands of mercantile sud
manufacturing establishments, sud
Dor ttiua 2 J' H '0 Inhabitants, besides
If further proof were needed of the
leveling c hiirnrter of conditions It
might have been seen yesterday after
noon, when "Mike" De Young, of the
Chronicle, millionaire and political
lender, stood In front of one of these
little offices. Down the street In an
automobile belonging to ex-Mayer
Jnmcs I). Pheliin came Abe Reuf, the
triumphant Republican boss. When
he saw De Young he waved his hat
and railed out a hearty greeting, to
which De Young responded with a gay
salute. For one not Intimate with
San Francisco to fully realize what
this means he mtiRt be told that Reuf.
Phelan and De Young are the respec
tive leaders of the moBt bitter and
antagonistic political factious in the
If you still doubt that the mlllenlum
Is upon us go down the street two
blocks to where the relief committee
is working 4 hours a day from the
showroom of a vegetable grocer and
yon will find Gavin MrNabb and Ah
Reuf with chairs and arms touching,
laughing at the same grim earthquake
Jokes and putting the two craftiest
heads In San Francisco together for
the Immediate relief of the afflicted
A week ago as the bosses respective
ly of the Republican and Democratic
rank. America could have afforded
no more striking Instance of deadly
rivalry than would have been adduced
by mention of these two names.
Resurrecting- a Dry Goods Store.
From another cigar stand white
haired, esthetic Raphael Weil Is resur
rectlng the most fashionable dry goods
store in the city. He Is old, wealthy)
and practically retired. He could,
easily turn his back on San Francisco
and live the rest of his days, the onej
other place of his delight; but saysi
he: "I shall stay here and see it all
up again Just as It was with perhaps'
one difference, it will be about twlet !
Vp and down all the streets one
can see curbstone fires, where the peo
ple are cooking their meals In obedi
ence to the municipal order to light
no fires In the houses. They being
without large ranges, small kitchen
siovee, improvised sheet Iron oven
and the old brick Dutch ovens are!
used and from which are turned out j
some wonderful concoctions.
Most of the servants have either run
away or been sent away and the peo
pie who get their own meals out of
doors are among the best In the city.
Cooking their dinners In the street!
may be seen girls who have been edu
cated at Stanford, Berkeley, Vas&ar
and Bryn Mawr.
Spreckels Heir Born en Sidewalk.
Hut of all the astounding leveling'
feats accomplished by the fire and
earthquake the most remarkable oc-1
rurrej In front of the Pacific avenue
home of Rudolf Spreckels. son of the
presl.ient of tho sugar trust. There!
on the sidewalk, behind some screens.!
Mrs. Spreckels was safely delivered
of a handsome and healthy son. It,
Is a free state, everyone beginning;
over again, rich and poor alike. Just'
as the front rank broke from the line
the day Oklahoma territory waf
opened to settlement.
Not Fair Shake; Start Again.
Young men whocan swing a small
capital to-day will be millionaires In
a few years. Millionaires who today,
are walking the streets mourning!
over their Ill-luck will never again'
be flush. San Francisco, queen city
of chance, born of the gambling fever.'
bred of the gambling energy, dreamed
out of a gambler's vlsious of wealth
and glory, with a fierce and terrible'
grandeur, has smitten all who loved
her and said to the half million who
had sworn by her: "It'a not a fair
khake; start again."
Rescue Insane People.
Muny stories of heroism lie burled In
the ruins, but some tales that make the
heart tlugle are slowly filtering through
official sources. This is the story of ibe
noble work performed by Mis. Knu,
matron of the Detention hospital, and
Policeman John McLean, who was de
tailed there the night of the greut earth
quake. The Insane putleuts at the ruined
city hail were kept In locked cells, from
which only the keys of the stewards
could free them. At the hour of duwu
on that fatal Wednesday morning, the
structure in whlrb the courts were
housed was the first to fail. The weight
tense nervous energetic y and the otllcer
the detention hospital, which was on
the ground floor. Steward Manvllie was
so badly Injured by the falling ruins
that he died two days luter. Mrs. Kane
and policeman Mclean, however, man
aged to rush outside to momeutary
safety. Iloth of them are well advanced
In yenro. but the nurse la a woman of In
tense nervous energy and the officer
la a man of giant frame As toon as they
reached the open court they were greet
ed by the terrified nhrlcks of the Insane
that pierced through the smoking ruins
around. They refused to leave their
helpless charges, and both weut back
Into the rhaotic debris.
New Buildings Art Planned.
The work of rebuilding ban Fran
rlwo will proceed rapid!. Mrs. Her
man Uelrlt h of New York has agreed
to repair the Hlalto building and to
build agnlu on the site of the Crossley.
She and her sister, Mrs. W. K. Varnler
M!t, Jr., have also stated that they will
put up solid offbe structures on their
Montgomery street site.
To Ask Loan of Congress.
Congress may I ked to spproprl
ate IK'O.OoO.OOO to rebuild a new
metroiwills on ths Pacific roast on the
site of the devastated city, ths money
to be loaned on real estate security
for 25 ytars at two per cent- per an
This project. It la laid, will be laid
before the president and ths lesders
of both political prvlrs In congress by
Herbert l-sw, a Kan Francisco capital
ist, after a conference with ths It a J
log business hjcu of ths city.
SUNDAY IN SAN FRANCISCO.
Some Relaxation Secured After Ten
Days of Strenuous Labor.
Hrv llana for Itlatrlhallaa; Itellef-
HaaeJ t'onrrrti la l'arka Iteaamed
-Mar tar Hrrvlre.
San Francisco, Calif. The sec
ond SabbAth since the fateful April
IS has served as a clearing house In
the affairs of this rulnel city. While
the old time quietude Is missing, the
day has witnessed less of the excite
ment, confusion and clamor than lU
immediate predecessor and the com
munity at large has been enabled to
make a calmer survey of the situation
and to enter into a more intelligent
and ratiouul preparation for the fu
ture. All possible work of a munici
pal character was suspended for tho
day and the tired officials who for
nearly two weeks have labored ince.i
antly with little Bleep to bring a sem
blance of order out of the chaotic
condition took advantage of the lull
to secure greatly needed rest and to
pay some attention to pressing per
With the advance of the Sabbath
came an opportunity to review the
tremendous accomplishments of IhJ
past 11 days to provide remedies for
defects In the task of Judiciously car
lng for all classes of the destitute ir
respective of race or creed. Plans for
Folvins the tremendous financial prob
lems that confront the city began Sun
day to assume tangible form, and th?
Sunday closed with the brightest pros
pect that has faced San Francisco
since three-fourths of lis territory was
Probably the most Important devel
opment of the day was the promulga
tion by Gen. Greeley of his plan for
the distribution of relief supplies. Ue
ports of theft, deception, misappropri
ation, waste and extravagance have
been constantly received since provis
ions end clothing began pouring In to
succor the afflicted, and it Is now be
lieved that misuse of the supplies will
hereafter be Impossible.
Responsible civilians will be In
stalled, under aulary, at the sub-stations
for the purpose of clerical work
and dully records and checks will be
kept. It Is clear that the ieriod of
distress has passed and that at the
earliest possible Moment the Issue of
rations must le routined to helplesi
women and children und refused to
adult males, unless they are sick or In
The work of furnishing the neces
saries, of life to the homeless and
needy continues with more system
and w,th unabated energy, but de.
spite the rare of the officials at the
head of the bureaus, complaints are re.
celved frequently of oversights lu sup
plying stations, but these errors are
quickly rectified. Monday the Reel
Cross people expect to have their In
dividual ticket system In operation an 1
this will facilitate the plans of the or.
my in preventing abuses.
Probably the Most significant In
Fiance of the determination of the offi
cials to bring alxiut a restoration of the
edd order of things and of the it Is wt-1-tlon
of the people to ieedlly forget
the recent tlls.istt r, was the resump
tion of the Sunday afternoon n -neons
in Golden Gate p.nk. These concert.
have alwas been a "Sunday feature'
In Sau Francisco, and lu addition to
the excellent programme given In the
big park, a volunteer band discoursed
music for a short time In the "tented
tit)'' at Jefferson s pure.
There Were some extensions In tho
electric car senior- and the isnple lit
the remote suburbs will Monday I
utTonlcd quick transportation to tin
water front and ki!ii(m In the burned
district where they rr.uy be obliged tj
aalla of Ihr Trmoirr talari.
San Francisco, Calif. The city
nfhclals were highly clawed Sunday
uiKin finding the contents of the muni
cipal treasury Intact. The vaults were
located In a section of the city that
escaped the fire and when an exiTt
oM'iied the dr Sunday morning he
found gold, silver and securities scat
tered over the floor but there was
nothing missing. The vault contained
$ri,KMi.WMin coin ami currency; t MO,
0O in securities of the Germ. in Sav
ings bank and ("hi.ixjO of unsold c ity
Karupalkla I'ablUhra Hrmulri.
Moscow, Itussta. The memoirs of
Gen, Kuropatkln, a voluminous work
covering the Husso-Japnnese war, is
being published here under the sujier
vtsloii of Its author. The volumes
give a defense for Kuropatklu's strat
egy In all the Important battles of the
war and criticise so freely the luck
of supjiort given the genersl In high
quarters In St. Petersburg and the con
duct of certain of Ms sulHirdlnatea that
the author thought seriously of pub
lishing the woik only posthumously.
la lie Itrtalar.l t, vallraa.
Rome, Italy. The plan devised
by the vutican for the division of
ths $7.t"si,iKl paid by the l ulled State
for the f 1 l.i r lands In the Philippines
has Iwen expressed by the domliil
rans and kultautl.illy agree I by
ths Other relUlons orders. The vntl
ln will retain the principal Slur a
portion of the Interest In the form
of sn allowance will be given annual
ly to the Philippine dioceses and ths
remainder tit the religion orders In
the Ulunl lu be tllvbled by them so
rordlng to the k m inent.
WANT SPECIAL SESSION.
The lirarral Karratlte t'oramltfea
Calls I an liov. I'araVv la Com
fan Francisco, Calif. At a gen
eral executive meeting Wednesday at
Fort Mason, the special legislative ses
sion ond ths measures there to lie co3
rldored wets thoroughly discussed.
The question of martial law was also
considered. The mttter of food dis
tribution was finally and completely
turned over to the c.immissary depart
ment in charge of Major Dravoe, and
the various committees reported. At
the meeting were M lyor Srhmltz, Gen
erals Funston and Greely Secretary
Metcalf, Garrett Mclneruey and repre
f nut Ives of every committee. The
entire assembly drew up a message to
Gt vrrnor Pardee in which they Mated
their request for a siwclal session of
the legislature and the reasons c.f such
request and accompanied it with an
other message asking for a prompt re
ply. The feature of passing a general ca
lamity law empowering the city to
circulate euough bonds for the recon
struction of San Francisco was legal
ly explained. The opinion of all pres
ent was that by all means this session
should be called and that the necessary
calamity laws should be passed. It
was shown that the exjiensp would be
less than three thousand dollars a day.
CONFISCATED THE LEASES.
late-rlor Iteearfntrat IleprlTrs (isltf f
and ,! of (til I'rnperly llrraaae
Hallaaja Were llareaar!et.
Muskogee. I. T. The In
dian acent acting under instructions
from the department of Interior has
taken every producing oil lease own.vl
by Guffey & Gaty out of their is
sesslon and placed the land In the
possession of the allottees from whom
the lease was taken. This action wvs
ordered because Guffey & Galy had
sold their leases contrary to the ex
pressed provisions of the lease and
the rulings of the department of
the Interior under whose sup-r-islon
the lespes were taken.
The price quoted for the sale was
nlhged to be $I.;;ukVi Guffey &.
Galy have lease that cover fully the
4. N'K) acres which Is the maximum Use
company Is allowed to lcne
The sieciflc charge against Guffey
& Galy Is that they sold their leases
Including all their producing wells
to a, trust company of St. Ionls and
that the leases were again transfenel
this time going to the Osage K Okla
homa Oil a.- Gas company.
THE DISTRICT BURNED.
Tar- Kan t'ranrlaco r'lrr fkweat Otrr
lO.otMl terra, or 1.1 Siiaare
Mllea of Territory.
Oaklnnd. r a 1 I f . A well
known engineer sta'en that the arc
deastated by the fire In Sail Francis
co approximates lo.'s-o acres, about
fiftcfti square mile. There if lew
cities In the world where such alu
cble property is rontaliicd In an equal
territory. Within this 15 square n.ilc
were nearly lou banks, some of the
finest buildings In thu world, thou
sands of mercantile and manufactur
ing establishments and more than
" Inhabitants. belde some 4',ihM
transients. The aggregate of dead will
probably not cxi-eed 7oo and will cer
tainly not reach i,". Notwithstand
ing the enormous und widespread de
struction the homes of 15o,(hi0 people
are still standing and practically unin
jured. There still remains the great
ship yards ut the pot rem, the Pacific
Mall docks, the stock yards at South
San Francisco, the dis ks, mnnuf.n to.
rtes along the water front from MU
rlou Creek to Hantern' point, tlsn
mi nr. the postofTUr and a huge retail
district on 1-11 1 mm u und lHvlsadcio
(1 res beck. Texas. While be
ing conveyed to Jail 111 the custody i f
t w i officers, a negro charged with hav
ing assaulted the daughter of J. A.
Kascland, u farmer of lelU. eaiy
Tuesday, Was taken from the otflien
by a posse of Illens and In i l until
the arrival of the girl's father. When
F.astlatid rode up be ordered the crowd
to stand back snd emptied Is, ill bar
rels of his shotgun loaded wtth buck
shot Into the Legro, killing I; I in lu
bluntly. There Is no excitement.
San Francisco, Calif. Gen. A. W.
Greeley took command of the federal
troop at this post, superseding Oeu
Frederick Fun?ton, who will act un
der his orders. Gen. Greeley has n.
tubllshed headquarters at Foil Mason,
Jut-1 east of tho Presidio re ertatlon,
(ill the north shore of Sau Fiaudsvo
Nallwaallals x letorloaa la Waraaw.
Warsaw, Poland. The lct ry of
the nationalist Wednesday nl the pri
mary elections Wa complete, 'Jim
Polish nationalist will form 1.11 Inde
pendent p.yly lu parliament.
Mora l-vaaaala Killed.
Vsronesh, Itussla. The gov
ernor general of Vcroueih ha hastily
b it the city for the village of Dlewltia,
where It I reported Cossack toivn
killed ID Slid wounded 10 pcisoii In
suppressing iwasai.l disorder.
8'MI.INMI llata l.vfl Saa r raaelara.
Butt Fram U-u, Calif. Southern
Pacific official Wednesday stated that
their estimate of th number of people
who hud left th city up to 10 oclock
Wednesday looming .IMt.Onu. Ofthl
number CiU.'sjO or mors hats rtuiu4
WAS WEAK AND DIZZY
Dr. Wltllsms' Pink Fills Rsstorsd ths
Patient to Perfect Health
Mrs. Mary (Ingner, of No. B70 Rontb
Piiumier street, Holyoke, Mass., hit
IwsHcd through an exerieiice whicb
inDre that some of the greatest bless,
off of life may lie within ensy reach
ami yet be found only by mere chance.
A few years ago while iu employed
in the mills she was suddenly M-irs-d
with dizziness ami great weakness. " I
was so weak at times," she says, "that
I oould hardly stand, and my head be
came so dizzy that it seemed as if lbs
floor was moving around.
My condition at last became so Iw.-l
that I was obliged to give up work in tho
mill, aud later still I bocaiue so feebly
that I could not even attend to me
bonsebold duties. After the slightest
exertion I bad to lie down and rest uut.,1
I regnined strength.
'A friend who had nsed Dr. Williams
Pink Pills for Pale People nrged me t
trr them. I bong-tit a box and beRsti b
tan them. The beuefit was so rswitiv
and soqnu klv evident that I continued
to uv! the pills until I had taken hIus-gethe-r
six boxev By that tune I was
entirely cure I, and for two years I have
had no return of my trouble. I am now
In the best of health and able to attud
to all my duties. I am glad to acknowl
edge the benefit I received and I hope
that my statement may be the mean of
Inducing or hers who may suffer in this
yrxr to try this wonderful mediciue."
The aseret of the power of Dr. Wil
liams' Pink Pills ia cas of debility,
such a Mrs. Guguer's lies in the fai t
that they make new blond, and every or
fran and even every tiny nerve in the
lly feel the stir of a uew tide of
Dt. Williams' Pink Pills are sold by all
druggist or will he sent, swtpaid, on
receipt of price, fiO Cent jr box, six
l-.xes for 50, by the Dr. Wilhann
Medicine Company, Scbeuect&dy, i. Y.
Had Valuable Hairlooms.
Plack Are there any valuable
heirlooms In your family?
White Yes. two great uncles and
a grand aunt. They're all rich. De
troit Free Press.
Garfield Te i Nature's remedy fur liter
and kiiiDcy o.ea!v
"Can't see why you're so smitten
with her." "Why, because she is so
deucedly pretty." "Reality's only skin
deep" "Well, groat Scott ! I'm no
Cannibal. That's deep enough for
Eminent Doctor. Pnlu llj Inre dies!.
We refer to Inst buna to wek, nervous,
Suffering women known ss Dr. licrvc s
Dr John ryfaonenf the Editorial Staff
ef Til S J 'LSi'tic Mi. 41, Ktrisar vv
of Unicorn ra Hirhmi.it Moifm whe'-h
I mi of lh i-htr-f iiigredicat of the F
vonle Prracript ion" ;
A rems-ir bt.-B tnrrts!v e uter
ine inv jr-.Tsior n.tsna i,,r nunnai
UtilT if Ina entire fvri!itro r.o-m
"! nionntu- "ia ll :iu mm hv a iusi;ia
rwtt l wbw-h gmr fu..jr aosw-r . ai,,
purrsiwa lua r Mr ,fr.; (t, y a
u.-, .ns,i o His lr.atn.ri.1 ,f 0,v. .
ru.iar lo vuitieo it sr.a-'ta thai a ev ia
eeo wliirh ili-a D.. Jirr-bl '.1. IOiV'aO:o
for tbl r-n"M'a: arf. t.i " I r l-'T?a iMtlirr
aT. -Tfea Mwtinr r amun I ha kuflna
li,,!n tw-i, f,.r tlnuiu i t'oirwii r-i l r.n
tr a. bit. In ut !,k. attn letewrti e,
al.u.li- inrti oielKinna of ih r-prvl i , i
or,-aii ef aon.eti. ujrniai Ost.rrt,.Q an.J tr
rl'ittT. aintel aob t-t,ntoc 'a . tv, lff
Ilia fe ' fvsj i ie l it e orr of .n,m. runrt
"1-xl.i'H of te-l in II r-l..o of the k J
licv: mrnorrl.aa.a i Il.xsl ii i. iI.m- ut a aaa
rmsi csmaiiioQ el lbs reprudoriiT ai-fto-m :
anx-aoirb.ua nuM.a or :-m h..i.i!,t
perli-l.'. rilt, fnm or a-s-aii-!, i,i, as
abnormal rotdit!-Q of it difft-.urr ILItflrig
an I iiuino iihm Ki-I; hi.,c Ora.f .i,-a-eii..n
ia th Kinmt lower cart ut u,a
If more or lea ef the shnr svmptotna
sre present, mi Invalid woman' can U
U-tter than t.-ika Dr. pierce, Karonl
Prescription, mm of the leadln? iinrrrxii
ent of which I I'liKuro sot, or llel.xnas.
Slid thn inrslieal pmperwn of wblch li
newt fatthftiilv reprvaou i.
Of Onldcn hUal root, another prominent
Ingredient of "Kvnrile Prescript i,.n '
Prof "liiler KlllngWiJ, M , f
Celt Mistical Co.. iKe, Chicago, ay :
ll Is an Imisirianl reifirsl? in dioner of
His ir.h lu all caiarrlisl voa lio.ma a a
Stiil f -Up I Sl rol-- I... Itinil. II tl-ril "
I'r-of. John M. Scii.t.tee M Ik I -1 - r
Cincinnati, of teiMrn Seal rvjol :
la relation to Ha reneral rffsela oa lis
ayau-ni. ii ai swoow s ua st-sl a-so 4
i prr4j asasicairy n t
Is IKKex.l, reartrU as Ikt Uinl.i i
ail iletiintaieil aiatea "
Prof Harihol ow, M W of Jrnon
Medical t'oiirvr. .- of teliilen Seal
alua'.a In ulerme t.ro,irtha- mrnor.
rhaaoa ifl.wsloi. n.1 i,.ii,g,, dimiiruus
riera 'p.in,iui ui-naiiutii'it, "
lr pierce r'vintt I'reaerlntlon fulih-
fuliv reoresi-,ta all ihn ...,i t..
grislienla an.) eurea II, a (liuan tor w hii.a
tuej r rvv.ju.iuiii.na.
50 HO RE CtlEALl
FROM SflflE COWS.
Ikm't accuse your mi of b.ino
unprofitable. tiive them a iiiiuir denl
ud they will pay you well. If on arm
lint Usililf Ceuti if ngnl
cream m parator from ;i
' V K 'M r l" ,, l"rr cent.
of Voiir cream l throii. n
'-';- A, awuy with the sl.inimi k
..7 e .' R lust usted and Ihe
..iSif L saceused of lint inru-
i J, llllf their lee.l. Illuii'li-
"j tii.ii voiir tin tune and
" i.. i. . i.. .
iiii'nr are ik-iii s nmi'ii.
Wliv tint I'll a 1)11
LAVA I. cream acpwrsti-r, stop th ...
leul.s. sud il.. utile your jirntits. A 1'li
I.AVAL u.u. li ne muy be bought nisui
such l.berul tcrina li st it will more Unit,
earn it cost while you are pstmgfor
It und still ! ifood for -M yiars inure
of c lear profit Use. A coiiiuned with
e.iber se-jmratui s tho il er i n 1 1 of th
I'K I. A A I. is seen In the fact th.it over
Too. two ii I.AVAI, machines, ten nine
the mi in Ur of a! I ot hers cinnbiurti. have
been eeil.l to i1;ite Ytiu may have an. le
trii.l of a Id; I.AVAI, fi.e of all cost.
Now I the tune to ict a IiK I.AVAI
while row are mnkini the largest
product, and tviiNings count biggvst.
Write to-ilav for free catalog ua snd
full partU tilarik
Tke D: LmL Scparatcr Co.
a.sdc'ii Ctaal tit.
74 Cartlaadt Steaa
b -tlCAl U
V8 Can Sell Your Real Estate,
or bininra. no Siattrr where located, if
tl.s t.lle ia gissl and lh .ra laaannubl.
W ine, giving dr.. uption SnJ lo atlon
cf th pi. r'y end th piu waaied.
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