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c~2 RIX 1-31
Author of" The Spoilers,"'
"The Silver Hord
h 16j " a' V
DAVE LAW FOLLOWS A
HIM TO A SURPRISING D
MINES TO ENFORCE
M's. Alvir, Austin, hanl!
ranch, lWst in the Texas desert
Law, state ranger lying in 1ab
forced to stay 24 hours, until
and escorts her home. "Young I
his vife and makes insulting it
is secretly in league with Me
Austin starts for her other rane!
ages for cattle taken by Mexien
Longorlo, who )ecoIes instanti
her embarrassment. Meanwhijl
kills a mall who shoots his 110
The mist andl an early dusk prevel
i'd him from seeing Las Paliias its
until he was well In amnong the 11
gated fields. A few moments ]at
when ht rode ip to the outbuldin
he encountered a middle-aged Mexlec
who proved to he Benito Gonzalez, I
Dave maile himself known, and I
iito atiswe'rel his questionls with
parent honesty. No. he had seen no
Ing of a sorrel horse or a strange rid
but he hadl just 'om1e In hims1
Doubtless they could learn more fi
Juan, the horse-wrangler, who y
soime(wihte re about.
Juan was finally found. but
proved Strangely recalcitrant, Ile
mitted that he had seen a horse
the descrll)tlon given. l'rolbably it
longed to some stranger.
Dave changed his tactics. "Olga
said, sternly. "Do you want to g(
jail?" Juan had no such desire. "'I
tell the truth. Where Is the h
Juan insolently declared lie I
know and didn't care.
"Oh, you don't, eh?" Law ren
for the boy. and shook him unti
yelled. "You will make a nice
prisoner, Juaito, and we shall fi
way to make you speak."
(onzr.lez was inclined to resent
high-liaded treatment of his ui
ling, buf- respect for thi Itangers
deep-rooted, and Juan's behavior
At last the horseboy confessed,
had seen bot h horse anel ider
knewii neit her. Mr'. AustinI andi
st rantger hadl arri ve'l together, and11
latter had1( gone on. That was
"lBuena !" Law released his prist
who slunk away rubbing his shouet
"Now, llnto, we will Itind Mr.
A voice answieredl from the i
"Hie woni't take' imch finig,"' aui
Austin himrse!li emerged from the st
dloor. ''Well, whait do you wanit ?"
"You are Mr. Austin, I rec'ko~n?
"I am. What gl'youj mean tby a
I ng liy help?" The matst er of Las
mails aippr4anleed so near u t hot
threatening scowvl was vIsible. "'I ii
allowv strangers to prowl itroundt
Amazwedl by tis hiostilhe gr'eetIig, .
"I Don't Know Anything About You
explained in a word the reasonm f'or hi
"I don't kniow anlythin~g aboullt yol
man What d' you wantt hlim fir, I
Who are yotu?"
I.ui'e int rotutted hiimselfC ' v
himi for stealing (auzmlii's ces.
trailed him11 froimi where't lit stu
partner cut inite yvour seab hijosttre
but AutItin) wasi unmioitve'.i . . eh
you must be a lad f rtih-r,''h lauimgli
W e 'Vt "ot Sit thi'ves her'ie. -'
make you.~')t tii nk Guzmanll~ I lost an
,1) ivo'at' mpte Rove' too well coi
t'al bd ai. EI 'b , h. aagn to ,im~ - Q CO..,
'The hro n Tr-ail,"
FRAIL OF CRIME THAT LEADS
ESTINATION, BUT HE DETER
rH LAW TO THE LETTER
oIne young iistIre'ss of Las Palans t
waI ers into ie little (ni of David
Lishl for a Mexican m iurlderer. She is
Law ezaptures his man, kills another
-'(" Austin, drunken wastrel, berates
islilitions alout the ranger. Austin 1
:ean rebels and horse thieves. Mrs.
i, La Ferla, in Mexico, to secure daim
nt soldiers, anid encounters Gen. Luis
y enamored of her beauty, much to
, Dave Law, trailing horse thieves,
not imagine why a person of Ed Aus
tin's standing should behave in this
it- extraordinary manner, unless, perhaps,
Mf he was drunk.
rl- "Well, I saw the calves, and I left
e'r, the fellow that was branding themn
4s, with a wet sadhdle blanket over his
he "Eh? What's that?" Austin start
ed, and Gonzalez uttered a snothered
le- exclaination. "You killed him? I-le's
th- "Dead enough to skin. I caught hin
er, with his irons in the fire and the calves
A f. neeked up in your pasture. Now I
mn1 want his companero."
,as "I-hope you don't think we know
anything ibout him," Ed protested.
he "Where's that man on the sorrel
of Austin turned away with a shrug.
he- "You rode in with him," Dave per
he Ed wheeled quickly. "How do you
to know I did?"
heni "Your boy saw you."
arse The ranchman's voice was harsh as
lie said: "Look here, my friend, you're
dn't on the wrong track. The fellow I was
with had nothing to do with this af
Lhed fair. Would you know your ian? Did
I lie you get at look at him?"
ittle "No. But I reckon Don Ricardo
Ad a could tell his horse."
"I lunph !" Austin grunted, disagree
such ably. "So just for that you come'
der- prowling around threatening my help.
was eh? Trying to frane up a c'iseti, any
was ho? Well, it don't go. I wias out with
oie of Taid Lewis' inca."
ie. ". hilt was hIs lille?" Inye man.
but1 :ed toi inqulire,.
the ''-i ''ena. le hiad a sorrel under imi
thle but thle're 4re( thous81ands of sorrel
"Whallt ilme' d1d you meldet hirci?"
ner, '"I iluet irn at noon., 1 and--i'e been
-l'r with i l i eve'r silie., So yoti see y'ell're
u- e wring. I peresuilne your man11 doleMld
hack and is latighineg at you.''
is: .:iw's first be'wjiihlrinent had given
Elac(e to a bilack rage; foir the m~ontent
able1, he wv:s iin diige'r oft disregairing thle
re'ason for "Yotoig Ed's"'11 'ililty aind
giving rein to hris pa:ssion,.1)1 tihe
bus- e'ied heimiself 11n timle.
"Wi- '~olde you1 mn~ll te'lllng ruie what
you arelidl this Urbhina were doeing?"'
011 ' A list in laughed mioc.k Ingly. '"Thatt's
Dav-e mloistenedl his lips, ie hitchied
' is shouilde'rs n1erivouhsly. le was ston
ished lit ils ownI selfi-c~ntrol, thunghie
the (ertinity thalt Ausitin was drunik
helpede'e hiimi to ste';oly hiroself. Never-r
thlel ess, lie dhred not tritist hi imseif to
C'onstruing this allenee as an aec-r
knlowledlgmien t of de'feat, Edli turne'd to
go. Sonme tardy senise of dhuty, lheow- v
ever, lprompiitede bhin to fling bacek, core- S
"I suppose you've 'omie ai goodi u-113-s v
If yeou'r'e hungry, ie'ni to will shocw yoeu
Itle wa'y to the' kitch'ell." Th'lenr hiet
walikoed iaway inteo the darknssc.',, feol
lowedl by the. shiockede gaze of hIs bs
1hito roused hims15elf from his .1
51maizemnent tei say, warly -3 "Si coin g
pladre- Youi will e'njoy a cop of hot
liiit Liaw~ gr'omir out fier(ely:' "I' h
not used to kit chin hianld-nhuts. I reek- tI
on I cani chiew lmy brichuie reilns if I get r
too hunigiry."' 'Wi kin g to) his horse, ihe ti
raoillied Into the soldle,.
Benito, hilid a haud upon his thigh ti
and apoilogiz~ed.~ "Menioer Ed is a strange i.
.n rnan, l1e' is ofte'n like tis lately. You
iinierstandru mie'? Wihll y' i come to miy 0
is hiiouser supperi?"' h)
"T'lhiank you, but I think PIll ride on C
I'tr 'i Tml Leowis' anid se'e Ur'bina."
ci At this tile Mexlealn shook his head a
as ir' appr~iehensiv'e of the result, but h~e hi
it sahll not1hinig imore,.
I aw biesiitated as lie wa'i abiouit to
Sspuir rllt of the yard. "By the way." ti
lhe 'enturi'ed, "yOU needn't maentlin tis g
I. to Mirs. Austin." l
i "Shle is not herie," Gonzalez told himn. h
I- "Xhe has gone to La Foeria to see about b
I heor affairs. She woulid notepermit of
Y this occurrence if she were at home. h
She is a very-fine lady." n
"Yes. Good night, Benito."1
* :o pight, enet~",
When the Ranger had gone, Gonza- I
ez walked slowly towat Ilis house, v
with his head bowed houightfiiiy.
"It is 'very strange," lie muttered. g
'low could Don IE(llardo have mat
:his Garza at noon when, with my own
yes, I saw him ride iwiy from Lns
PI 'iamas sit three o'l iII the after- 0
loon? It is very S1ra nge."
Following Up the Trail.
Dave was glad that he haid swal
owed "Young Ed's" lIcivility, not only
0' his own sake, but for tle4 sake of
lire. After till, lie argIli(', it was
oarly possibSle% that Ed had spoke I the
uitI. There were ialy sorrel lan-ses
Ite evidence of those rain-wiasheld hoof
>rintis was fiar. from concl usive; even
Ie filet that Urbinla belonged to tihe,
'ad Lewis outfit was no more thain a
siili11. ils e'1 Clrlistanee. And yet, ear
wstly as lie strove to (onvince himself
if these possibilities, the Ranger could
iot lowin t he conviction that the ianh
r had lied and that he himself wias on
he right track.
It wis late wheli he arrived at his
lestination, but Lewis' house was dark.
1(n it required some 'effort to aiwasken
he iowner. When Tad at last Isl
aiu'ed, clad in un(lershirt and trou
ers, lie greeted the Ranger with a lev
led rifle; but when Dave had
unide known his identity, he invited N
lim" in, though witlh surly reluctance.
Lewis was a sandy-complexioned
nnn of about forty, with colorless
)rows and a mean, shifty eye. For
nerly a cowboy, he had by the exer
Ise of some natural ability acquired a
eood property-and a bad reputation.
ist how or why he had prospered
was a mystery which his neighbors
sever tired of discussing.
Tad, it seemed, resented any inte
'uption of his rest, and showed the
Yes, Ie employed a fellow named
Lrbina. What was wanted of him?
Law explalned briefly.
"Why. lis one of my best men!"
laughed the rancher. "He wouldn't
"Well, I had to shoot anotiher good
man of yours," Dave sitid quietly.
Lewis fell back a step. "Which one?
Wh1?" he inquired quickly.
"Phno Garza." Dave told of the
meeting at the branding fire and its
ut('omii. le was aware, mseaniwhile.
that Lewis' family were listening, for
behindi a half-open bedroom door lie
could hear tin exclted whispering.
"Killed the first shot, eh?" Tad was
dumfounded. "Now, I never thought
Pino wis that bad. But you never can
tell about these Greasers, can you?
They'll all steal if they get a chance.
I let Pino go, 'bout a week back; but
lie's been hangin' around, almin' to
visit soine of his relatives up in the
brush country. It was probably. one
of them old Guzmian saw. Anyhow, it
couldn't of been Adolfo Url)lna ; lie
wis over to Las Palmis all the after
"D)idI you send him there?"
"Stsre. E(d Austin (nn tell you."
"Where is 1ri'01ina now?"
"I reckion le's uIsleep somewhere.
W'"ll dig him up and talik to him, If
yotu say so."
But Adolfo Urblnn was nowhere to
be' found. No ones laud seen ims stince
abut'il S'sevin os'clock, nio r co 'uld it lhe dis
esnvered where lie wias si'nsli ng lhe
ightI. Dav e remembeiilaredi thats it had
been athout seven whetn he left Las P'al- I
imas, an ml seert a ined, Indillrect ly, thatr
Tlndi hads .i Iel ephone'. On hiis way fromf
Auistini's Law haid stopped sat a rancho
fra b'ite to "at, hut he( could forgive
himase'lfI for the delay if, as lie su-a
issise'd. Uri~na had been waurned by
wire of his comiing.
"Thaist's too had, ain't it?" Lewis
said. "'But he'll bet around aigain in the 1
lnorning, andiu I'll get himi for you. Youe
lenJ vi' it to meii."
Thierie was phil nly notin rg to (d0 but 5
leceist this offesr, since it coiild savail
iithing to wait herq for Urbina's re- 11
iurn. Unless the fellow gave himse'lf 11
19), lie pr'obablv could net be foundi,
sswu that the alsirm was givens, without
(i conside'rable search -in viow of
Vhblh D~ave finally remounted his bor
owed horise and~ rode away in the di-U
ectioun of Jonesville.n
It was after danylight when lie (di- a1
istmntedl stiffly at Blaze's gate. He y
as wet to the skin and bespattered C
ith mudh ; he had been almost coii- M
lantly in the saddle for twenty-four .J
ours, and Don Ricasrdo's cow pony
'as almost exhausted.
Blaze and Paloma, of course, were h1
'iii'mendouisly interestedl ini his story.
"Say, now, that's quick work," the l2
itter exclaimed, heartily. "You're hi
mne thief-busteri, Dave, arid if you'll
ist stay around here little calves caun
row up with some comfort." c
When Dave rode to JTonesville, after aI
reakfast, he found that the body of t
Is victrim had5( been brought in (luring '
se night, and that the town w~as ali
adi~y buzzing with news of the encoun
'r. During the forenoon Don Ricardo
nd~ his sons arrived, brInging addi- 1
onal informantion, which they prompt
imparted to the Ranger. The Guzs
sans were people of action. All throe c
t' them had spent the nIght on horse- fi
neck, and Pedro hisd made a discovery. ti
a the dasy previous Garza had been s
'en ridIng in company with a mani I)
stridhe a sorr'el pony, and this manit
ndt been recognized as Adolfo Urbina.
edlro's witness would swear it.
Thieir distannee from Las Palmas at fi
to time wh'len they hind been seen to- a
ethier proved beyond question that un-.
'ss Ur'bina had1( flown lie could notr
ave arrived at the plasce in questIon
y noon, the hour Ed Austihi had fixed.
Tis sigisiflcant bit of lulformaistion,
owvever, Dave advised the Guzmasns
ot to mako public for the tIme beIng,
Toward midday Tad Lewis and three
f hid. men arrived with the news that
rbInat fid lett for Pueblo before they
)uld Intercept 111m1.
"fleX got a girl up there, and lhe's
one30 to get married," Tad explained.
I'm s-it: sorry we Missed- hlim."
Dave 1 smiled grliiily at the speaker.
"Are you sure he didn't cross to tile
ther side?" lie tsked.
Lewis retorted warmuly: "Adolfo's ta
Il-right honibr~e, ta-d I'll1 back h1im,1
o'll Ed Austin A. guess ile III' Ed
re responsible. , 1,(' we?"r Somei
keptical expression inl is hearer's
tice promipted iiiii to inquire, brusque.
. "Do you lelielve walit I'm, teilor
ou about his goin' to 1lvI)lo?"
"I guess lie's gonesomewhere."
'lad litter'ed l1nt aligry ('ex(htuliatin)3.
Looks., to le like you'd 11ade u) youlr
ind to S:lhille this thing onto hIm
ihiet her hi tiene' It or not. Well, lie's
poor 'Mexican,). but I won't stand to
ee hin ra1lroadcd, and neitherl will
"Yol lar lile ! Ed will allib hIm
law ilswered slharplm . "Yoli tell Ed
Luslin to go slow 033 hIs alibis. And
'o1 takle tihIs for what It's worth to
,ou : I'll) going to get allt the clittle
istlers in this county-ali of then,
Lewis flushed redly and sputtered:
If you aiike this stick .with Adolfo.
obody'll be safe. I reckon Urbina's
vord Is as good as old Itcvardo's. Ev
rybody knows what lie is."
Late" wl'n Dave met tile Gruzmans.
ic'ardo told him, excitedly, "That
orse Tad Lewis is riding is the one I
"Are you sure?"
"Listen, senor. Men In cItIes remem
oer the faces they see; I have lived
t ilmy life among horses, and to me
hey are like men. I seldom forget."
"Very well. Tad says Urbina has
,one to l'ueblo to get married. so I'm
"Do You Think Ed Would Perjure
Himself?" Dave Asked.
going to follow hInt, anil I shall be
there when hie arrives."
"lueno! Another matter"--Ricardo
lesitated--"your boniIta--the pretty
mare. She Is burled deep."
"I'm glad," saId Dave. "I thInk I
hail sleep bettebr for knowIng thlat.''
Sin'e thle rt'('nt rainl had ren'tderedi
lie bha(k v'alley r'oads im3p13assale' for
*iutlloobiles,~ Dave dIecilded 14) go to
'uelo by rail, even though It was a
4)l11ndaout way, an id that a fternoon
Ollndi him I jolting o)ver the leisurely
les beitween'u .Jone4sville' and the main13
lie. Il was1:1 lointg forwvard to a
oiod i-t i's sleepJ when lie arri ved at
hi' junc(t Ion; hut 033 boarding the
orth l-b'ound( 33 ' throgh t ratin3 he ('ncoun-i
i'red .1 nlge Ellswvorth wi ~ ho had just
Literdt of the ( hirza kIlling, and1( of
orse' was33 eager for' detaIls. The two
Itnl sat in thle observaition car talking
Knolwinig the jiidge for a nman of
(1nor1 Iri ilscre'it ion, Dave unburdI'(enled
imself withl the utmost freedom re
arin~lg his )sspi'Ionis of Ed Austin.
Ellswor'th nodde(d. "Yes, Ed has
bro'~wn in withl t he rebel junta In Sant
lintone, and1( Tadic LewIs Is the man13 they
5e to) ruin arm al ndt supplIes In this
eighborhiood. That's why he 31nd( Ed
re so frienly. Urhina Is prob~ably
our ('333tle thIef, buit he has a hold
v'er Ed. 13324 so lhe rode to Las Palmais
'en lhe was5 pur1su3ed, kndwing that no
iry wouldhw conie(t 1111m over Ed Aus
n's t'stt iony.
"Do y'ou think Ed would perjure
lnuself?" Danve asked.
"114 hais gonlie ('leani to the had late
here's no4 telling wha~t he'"ll do. I'd
ate' to See you crowvd him, Dave."
"They' ('1ll you the best lawvyer In
ils county' becaluse, you settle so ninny
ises out (of cou3rt." The judge smiled0(
t thIs. "Well, here's a chance for you3
) (10 the ('nunty a1 good tulrn anid keep
d Aust In out of trouble."
"Th'Ie I)rosecuting attorney 1s a1 new
33n,' aii~ hei wanlts to mal~ke a reputa
on re'n)'(lklng up the LewIs gang."
"lie Ilatend4s to cInch Urbina, onl Ri
irdo's 31111 lmy testimnony. Youi're a
'toad of Austln'sq; you'd better tip him
1 set his watch ahead1( a fewv hours and1(
lve hlimself' a lot of trouble. Thet
r'osecuting att1orney don't like Ed anly
30 well. Undcerstand?"'
Tihe jtudge p)Ondehred this suggest Ion
~r a mlomlenFt. " 'Young Ed' is ai queer
dlow. Once In a w1hIle he gets his
As the sItuation develops in
the next installment, Mrs. Aus
tin finds trouble increasIng for
her, Dave Law picks up some
"I BEGAN TO
And Soon Saw That It Benefited
Me," Writes This Kentucky
Lady. Read Her State
Clifton Mills, Ky.--MIrs. C. W.
Woods, of this place, writes: "About 5
years ago I got in very had health. I
got thin, weighed only 1 ls.,- find I
11111 tall, too. I had dreadful palins iI
my left and right sides. . . . I then
had in attnee Dr. -, who gave
medicine for ahout a year, which did
m11e 11 good. lie then told me to take
Cardul. Ile saidl he thought it would
blenfit me more than anything I could
"I would get so ha(1 off I couldn't do
my work at all, and I was confined to
my bed part of the time, and suffered
nlost of the time; sometimes awful
. I then began to take Cardul
and I soon began to see that it bene
fitedi me. It eased my pains and the
enlargement went out of my.
and I have been steadily getting better
"I am now in better health than I
have been since I flrst took sick, am
stout and can 'work all day long. . . .
I certainly am getting my former
health back and I have a good color
and feel better than since I got sick.
I now weigh 1131/ lbs."
If you suffer from any of the all
nients so common to women, try
Cardul, the wouman's tonic.-Adv.
"Sa y. vouing feller," said Bironcho
Boh, "hlave you got at gunl onl yout'"
"No,sir," repllied ihe mian with the
brand-new cowboy uniform. "I was told
that It was better to be unarmned, No
ats to avoid ainy imipression that I was
see-king a quarrel."
"Well, that's a great disappointment.
I needed a brand-new guin an' thought
you'd be bringing along at least a pair
or '01m1. Don't yon let anything like
this occire again."
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It needs but a single hot bath with
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eczemas, Itchings and burnings to
prove their wonderful properties. They
are also ideal for every-day toilet use.
Free sample each by mall with Book.
Address postcard, Cuticura, Dept. I,
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Orders Courtesy to Public.
The New York postiaster has or
deredl clerks to he courteous to the
Womlen hatve' 51uch a good timle talk
ing heause they have so little to say
that they d1o not enr~e howv they say it.
tThe occaonal use of nloman Eye Balsam
atnight upon retiring winl prevent and re
leve tired eyes, watery eyes, and eye at rain.
Only a mian withi a little head brags
about his small feet.
CASTORIA Is a harmless subsi
Dops and Soothing Syrups.
Opium, Morphine nor other Narc<
antee. For more than thirty years it hi
of Constipation, Flatulency, Wind Coli
ness arising therefrom, and by regi
aids the assimilation of Food; gi
The Children's Panacea-The Mother's
The Kind You Have Always Bought
80 years, has borne the signature of Chas.
his personal supervision since its infanc
All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just
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Childreft-Experience against Experlme
Genuine Castoria always bears the sigi
IT TLEA dull,
PL VEBile, nai
PILLL blood ir
as it sh<
IaunPIW-SasallDose.-smaliPrice (more <:
Pallid, Pale, Pfy-Faced Pop
Bold kor 4g7 year's. For M1Waza
a Fine Genes Sata==..t.......
Salted Fish Popular Food.
How to Conserve tle 11.411 Iupply Is
one of the subjects reIceivIg ellrefil
littenition )y the lirltli inflirt Of trade
i Jcton, with the boarij of agri.
lt ie. One of tile eto d which
i probably be adotd i tie drying
or salting of a luch larger l)iolnrtion
of the daily.cnteh-thkun at il'oipt, o
as to prevent waste by the ilh getting
Out of Con(lltion. SaiWtd haddock are
ti rvady being placed on the inarket in
considerable Iifluaititles as till eXl)
iient. They s0l at about 12 Cents it
pound retail, uind are very Ilatlable.
(ie lilethod of r)1ep)il'laring is to )oil (he
1Is, tilrow away the water, and boll
up) aigaini, but if it Is wislied to get rit
ot praikct left ly all tle malt (lit' li1hdIock
shotild Ilso he soaikt ill Cold water for
24 hours befor&e cooking.
WOMEN! IT IS MAGICI
LIFT OUT ANY CORN
Apply a few drops then lift
corns or calluses off with
Just think ! You can lift
off any corn or callus
without pain or soreness.
p. A Cincinnati man discov
ered this ether compound
and named it freezone. Any
druggist will sell a tiny bot
tle of freezone, like here
shown, for very little cost.
You apply a few drops di
rectly upon a tender corn
or callus. Instantly the
soreness disappears, then
shortly you will find the
corn or callus so loose that
you can lift it right off.
l- Freezone is wonderful. It
dries instantly. It doesn't
eat away the corn or cal
, lus, but shrivels it up with
I - out even irritating the -sur- +
lHard, soft or corns be
tween the toes, as well as
..- painful calluses, lift right
off. There is no pain be
fore or afterwards. If your druggist
hasn't freezone, tell him to order a
small bottle for you from his whole
sale drug house.-adv.
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photographers were forbidden to
take pictures of the scenes incIdent to
the dedilentory s'rvices at St. Paul's
altedral in honor of tihe, entry of the
United Itts 1nt) tihe war, a fact
whIch has aroused the indiignItlo)n of
newvspaipers an( photographers. Press
photographers wvho attend(Ied the cere- +
monies were placed on their honor not
to taiike pict of any feature of the
service, either Iuside or outside St.
Pl'iii's cathedral. TheI only picture of
the kIng aind queen was secured by
anl amateur phiotogra pher wwho was
ccealed behInd a chinilley on the
roof of a building along the parade
To Drive Out Malaria
And Build Up The System
Take the Old Standard GROVE'S
TASTELESS chili TONIC. You know
what you are taking, as the formula is
printed on every label, showing it is
Quinine and Iron in a tasteless form. The
Quinine drives out malaria, the Iron
builds up the system. 50 cents.
One of Fixtures.
IHe--Your b~rother'i is one of the fix
tures in the gaos works, I suilppose?
Shie-I guess so--anyhow they're go
ing to turn him off.--Judge.
.itute for Castor Oil, Paregorie,
t is pleasant. It contains neither4
tie substance. Its age is its guar..
s been in constant use for the relief
e anid Diarrhcea; allaying Feverish-.
ilating the Stomach and Bowels,
ving healthy and natural sleep.
and which has been in use for over
H. Fletcher, and has been made under
v. Allow no one to deceive you in this.
as-Good'' are but Experiments that
r Liver Is the Best
yellow, lifeless skin, or pimples and
is, are twin brothers to consuipation.
ure s own laxative, is getting into your
sotead of passing out of your system
>uid. This is the treatment, in sue.
use for 50 years - one pill daily
niy when necessary).
3 Liver Pills
Is Need rer's Iron Pills
Is, Chille and Feee Also
Tonic. O00 and $1.00 at all Drag Staam