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- tpa the Laau>ing SoL"
And not even Nature would
allow the flowV-rs to grow
and blossom to perfection
without good so'l. Now
Nature and people are much
alike; the former must have
sunshinfre, 1atter must have
pure blood in order to have
. Hood's Sarsanarilla cures bood trou
bles of all sorts. It is to the human
system what sunshine is to Nature
the destroyer of disease germs. It
Poor Wcod-" The doctor said there
were not seveu drops of good blood in my
body. Floc-l*s Sarsaparilla built me up and
made me stro:nand well" Susl3&E.BSows,
IC Astor Hill, Lynn, Mass.
byspepsia. etc.-",A compl!catIon of
troubJes, dysp;psia, chronic cal.rrh and
inflanmation of the stomach. rheumatism.
etc., made me miserable. had no appetite
tntil I took Hood's Sarsaparilla. whiclh
acted like magic. I am thoroughly cured."
. B. SxzLE-, IS7 W. 1ith Av.. Dsnver, Col.
RheumaiSm -" My husband was
obliged to give up work on account of rheu
matism. No remedy help:-d until he used
Mood's SarsapariMAa. which permanently
inred him. It cured my daughter o ca
trrh. I give it to the children with good
reSalts." .MRs. 3. S. MC.\ATH, Stamford, Ct.
Hood's Pills eure liver la. the non-irrtating and
only cathartic to take with Hood's saprilla.
Spranedhi a. and Ankle Eno k
ed one of Hi;s F;n-.er.,ottJoint-Used
GOOSE GLEA-E LAIS.1ENTa-d
eaS(.Ut i,.tw days. Et Cuzreg Ev
ery Time It Vou Will Use It
Biht. Use Plenty oM ..
A Chicago E*eCt:o Judge.
nElection day a is Pro,duct
ire of ai= -mus"n- -:icde1nts. AI an
election both i. n M tIwa venue,e
the jde was -a Gern h o
as an Ame,caz is not ma'ked
by an ete,r n: o nl. e of the
country of his adopt!en. IIa i, ho:
eaer, an a e tnr, -,nd ws
such hie alwyss ac, hih Nith
his party duigco=a:s
tn election a ai resideC o the %.pre
ciact C-l.d to Lst ih tet. -e w,as
not known to -thn -.ad the laItzr
Vbera ras Tmbo .
"In Iowa.," tle r te
" y1, le.t y do
eadcd he elecion o-e d,L
-heyache, judghe, trk neor.e of the
clerkns. thima docs n a oso
nreals iztot papes: het a onin
twhabtti" ofe aimed te jude, "is;
pou, tin drc.ied S obtaies?"-Casa
o odrunL.Ihv o oe ee
anMcsAytt TI am rEn1101 cured" I
StChicago', Cho, to Mrs. Pinkham:
"Fo hae beon tiomed fo~re ths
twron ye~az witfllng of the wo:no,
peuconhin ain oandm body, sicoh
heedaches ascrace,eruaross and
sowekds I tried o:cbto ndo aio
remingcs ithout toef hAdfie, tang
troubld ith rlenor.Af I otanda truly
torengbote maf youtms iehdiierne,
physcans a ctt I an'.ireliy chrd
Cininna Choe o b ing ham:
* ag"ra loengra tim e ugred wgoth
chrodie. inhamaio ofethbe omb,
pound wan bdoin. I edd aimmdwn
feeimlyng.Ws beyf Anersa tings four
bottweak oI waerdlable otod and
theinghr W a betso hedchs Walso
troubledy Iith le rra. A omar doc
toring-fo man crts itha ydiaen
LydiaEP'nkham's Vegetable Com-s av
pundweding. I ecided tommednk
atelfy heagven riles Ther retea
goodplyr pse bei Aetaing four x
bottles f Vege aisesComp uts,
vnn heeakaes, berrnives ors
grainsyIf k low e by eerewmncI
deeme ifmportta nce hn fa
to myhi fertilufizersf th Lydir
.tPinker's ege towin Peoedish hve
entirely isure o besall, an and
suarig blt hel herblout t thank eriizr
for all creoe, forw wich a grasedte
~fS it n's~adn
Meansom aaou r
JBadsome Ctalou Fra.
PEARLS OF THOUGHT.
Of all vain things excuses are thA
Nothing is so infectious as eX
, Discretion in speech is more thaz
Repentance is the golden key that
opens the palace of eternity.--Miiton.
Who makes quick use of the mo
ment is a genius of prudence.-Lava
A life spent worthily should be
measured by deeds, not years. -Sheri.
The happiest life is that which con
stautiy exercises and educates what is
best in us. -Hamerton.
We seldom find people ungrateful as
long as we are in a condition to render
The darkest hour in the history of
ay young man is when he sits down
to study how to get money without
earning it -Horace Greeley.
HIS WIT SAVED HIM.
An-wonv Wh;ch Bronaht Him Close tc
Punishtment for Contempt of Conrt.
Detroit used to have a lawyer who
was shrewd enough to show contempt
of court without incurring danger of
the p'enalty that would have been rii
ited uon an offender less diplomatic,
says the Detroit Free Press. He was
at one time being heard in an impor.
tant matter before the supreme court
aad made an assertion which elicited
fro:n one of the judges: "That is not
the law, sir."
"-rdon me, your honor," with a
d fe ential bow, "it was the law until
a minute ago. Now we accept a new
Iriaeiple estblibshed by a supreme at.
On -nother cc%asion he was read.
ing fron an imposing-looking book ia
surport of a positio . that he had take
u-n a legal ouestion.
"Just a moment," interruptnd the
supreme justice himself; "dlo you
mean to say that you are reading good
"Not at all, yur honor; only sa.
premne court de i. ions."
The most -uni1- think he eversaid
to this same cou-n was during the cou
sideration of a ds-nerate case in which
he had not a leg to stand upon. He
made a bo'd contention which was
fallacious but possibl from begin
aing to end.
"Blank," said the court severely,
"I wonid not try to convert the aver
age justice of the peace with such an
agment as that."
'-Gr L" was the quick response,
"but I had what I considlered reliable
iormtion that none of the honorable
embers of this honorable court had
ever served in that capacity."
"You have practiced before me for
rears, Blank, said a circuit judge at
o"e time, "and this is the first time
you have shown contempt."
"Ys your honor," ans wered Blank,
"I have wonderful self control!"
An Expensive Cltim.
"Strangest claim for damages I ever
ad. before me," said the old railroga
man, "was one put in by a farmer for
illing a hen. It was what you might
al an endless chain claim, as it
ouflied up in a way that threatened
o bankrupt the company if there was
ny danger of the old man collecting
'The original claim as put in by the
ld man was fifty cents. The nest
noth we received a statement from
the climan adaing thirty eggs that
the old hen would have laid if she
man't been killed. Two months ia-er
h3 out in a bill for one old hen,tifteen
ong chicks and thirty eggs. Then
'a m:ttter of a year we received
.-arlar moanthly statements from the
ll men,which by this time couta' *ed
nu.ah'er of young pullets which were
layi-tg eggs in a way that ce:-tainly
rovd that there was money in the
hen business if one could succeed in
ettg it out.
"By i his time the'old man's original
iniims had gone through the prop:er
:enneis. ar.d we stood ready to p;ay
2im for the original hen, but ob.jected
o ay him for the imaginary progeny
:at the hen had reared after her
reath. But the old man would not
aave it that way,and insisted on being
paid accor ding to this last statement.
e coni,'t see our way clear to doing
hat. and the old man continued send
ag his monthly biil;, which by this
time con ained a starding array of
ebts against us, consisting of hens,
muilets and eggs, with a few modest
items, such as feed and losses by
"Nothing but the death of the old
an saved us from becoming respon
sible for all the hens in the country."
-Detroit Free Press.
The Female Professor.
The female professor was not un
nown amng the last century. As
mn e':ample we have M.arie Agnesi,
born in I 71, one of the 23 children of
a rich citizen of Bologna, who must
ae need ci all his wealth to bring up
sch a family. One of her sisters
was noted as a musician and was the
uthor of three operas. Marie has
been called the oracle of se' en lan
guageepeakingFrench iuently at the
age of four and early becoming pro.
ficient in Hebrew. Greek a nd Latin as
well as German aid Spaniah. After
spending her youth in the study of
philosophy and philology,at the desire
of her father, the devoted herself to
matheaties, in which she attained~
mect celebrity that she was compli
mented by Pore Be-edic; XVI, who
nominated her as profe'sor of ma:he
matics in the University of Bologna,a
position she held for several years. At
the death of her father she abandoned
her chair and her studies to fulfill a
long-felt desire for a religious li.fe.
Household Wor ds.
MTarinen Priority of Service.
During the revolution the marines
were drilled into a highly disciplined
body, actuated by a strong sense of
duty and having a matchless esprit de
crs; and at the close of the war,
whn the continental army was dis
banded and the navy placed out o.
commission, the marine corps was re
tined, and thuns became the only
b y of troops in the regular service.
T.e army and navy were organi2ed
later. The marines have never losi
siht of this priority of establishment
ad cntinuity of service.
AN ECCENTRIC GENIUS.
Oliver ffeavysides, EnlanTs Matbeutict!
For pure eccentricity of characte:
Oliver Heavysides, the great English
mathematician, stands without a peer.
He is recognized as a great savant by
Lord Kelvin, Mascart and men of that
class. He has been called the Intel
lectual successor of Maxwell, and his
a1hievements in the science of ad
vanced mathematics seem to bear out
the justice of this appellation. But no
one ever sees him. He has not been
visible to the gencral publc sinCe his
retirement from the Covernment ser
vice. years ago.
Once when Sir John render w.s
running The I.ondon Electrician he re
etived a communication from a com
paratively, unknown man, which not
only arrested his attention. but caused
him think that here, at last. must be a
g-nius In the world of matteraties.
The communication was pnblis;ed
and caused some little comment in the
sc-ientific won,1. It at once stamp-d
its author as a man well worthy of
d:t, consideration of scientsts. and the
n:,p%r began receiving comnunica
tions asking for Information concern
Ing this new light. Sir John Pender
":ss unable to answer these corre
spe:fndents. He did not hlinsclf know
wh,o the writer was. The original
communication had been sent through
the mail, but no address accompanied
the manuscrLpt, except that the editor
was asked to please send any remun
eration to a certain "grocery store,"
in a nearby district. The Editor of
the Electrician sent the said "remun
eration" to the groce.,y store, so
named, and the practice has been in
vogue ever smeCe.
In all the years that -eavysides has
been writing for the Electrician he
has never been in the of5ce of the pa
-Nr. None of the staff know him by
sight. Nn know whether he is mar
ied or single, where ho lives, or what
he eats, or anything else of a personal
natmre concerning ihi. He is simply
.ocretiveness personified. An incident
ilustrating this Is told in English sci
it was known that the mathe
I rotician had no incomo except
the rather limited one which he
received for his weekly articie
to the Electrician. Several of the
ele to the Electrician. Several of the
scientiilc men of England, in admira
tion of his great talent, determined to
ive him a pension. Bu"t how to get
him to accept It was a question. Com
inunications on the subject, by means
of 'he grocery-store postoffice, remain
ed unanswered, and other ' little inci
dents showed that Heavysides was
annoyed by the proposition. A scheme
was then put on foot to compel him to
accept the pension. A letter was writ
ten to him, in which it was said that
his residence had been found out at
last. and that if he did not accept the
pension a delegation composed of the
eading scientific men of London
would march to his house and present
it to him in person. Evidentfy this
was to him a fearful threat and he be
lieved it to be true, for he wrote back
stating that he would accept the pen
sion if the delegation would stay
away. He has been receiving it ever
since, and it is fondly believed by his
friends, who have never seen him,
that he is now living In comfort.
No biography has ever been written
about this very queer man, es:cept in
the most fragmentary manner, as
facts concerning his life have cropped
out. No picture of h'im has ever been
taken, and, therefore,' no description
of the iman can be given. Whether
he is school-bred or not no one knows.
but that he is a giant in his partiener
hobby cannot be gainsaid. He is a
savant of the highest order, and few
pes,le who fall short of his own cal
ibre are able to ircad his books. It is
said that only six peoople in the world
re really able to understand them at
ist hand. Heavysides is so thor
ouhya mathematician that he in
rents new systems of mathematics as
h goe.~ along. In writing a book he
-ill develop a new theory and explain
it by means of mathematics of his
own'invention so to speak. After he
has proceeded for five or six chapters
in 'his manner he will sr.te that
--now I will explain the system of
mathetiaes used in the preceding
chmtrs." So that in order to under
;all the book at all one must first go
through it and pick out these ex
panatory chapters, and. having thor
. ghly encompassed them, use them
as a basis for understanding the rest
~f the book. On tne ether hand, to
read his books in l.arts, one would
think them to be the composition nif
any or.e but the very sta!d person who
v-rites them. For he is addicted most
bi:b:ly to making very bad Eng
;hpuns, anid these hr' inserts in the
hert of the mos. serious part of the
A .iicrobe Prosi fio:sse.
The od,'ert domnieli- onl earth is ihat
veoi ereted at Yohoh.lam! 1'y -.
A'mium' German.f bac-r:4!oz'.:t. Ift is
a :drh-pir-cf house.. built of gless
io-Ls Tihere are no wri.dovr sashifs,
nd t.e ors, wheni 0#- are~ i
ti:h.The air supply 's forceri i:ti)
?ce ooml through' a pipe andi' flitped
I rug cotton wool -o c-E it o
haetra. To insure fame stri:n
ton the' air is driven a;ain:t a glycer
in-c~-oa ted plate glass, wijh engiur-es
all the' icrobi-s the w50'1 SP;res- Tb:!
awmcoe brought into the house
(. elths of visitors sCon die in.
"I iufiered the tortures of the damined
writh protrudingm pies brought on by constipa
tion with wichq I was ~aicted for twen:ty
years. I ran across your CASCAR ETS ir. the
town of Newrell. Ia., and never foundc ay thing
to equal them. Tc-day I am entirely free ?rc.e
ples and feel like a newuman."
C. H. Km2:. ll Jones St., Sion~ City, Is.
[ TRADE MARIq RZoIETERED
Pleasant. Palatab'.. Potent. Ta'ste Good. Do
Goo, Never sicken. Weaken. cr Gripe.10e.25lc. 5lc
..CURE CONSTEPATION- .
SerI.g Remedy Company. chIeso, 3lenta %w rk. 314
Hfl.TA.BAG qp.E a1byl eg
Y HE WO NOTi UP. -
The Og Was tHal9 as d as Being
Cafied k Spaniard
"Solk it toh, ,
-Bid hi har Jake.
Thee and si lar escilmins of
en-oumgement, oft repeat ca.:
from a crowd -0lutenselYea boys
and gii- and n2 a few 'Orin' men
assembied arou two 1ttlaa
tors engaged in serious suel on
inibery street ot very tu from
Police iieadquar s.
Some- of the nino looked
half asbamed of eir roleli tolerant
1'ct~l o 1 t 3CuncUte~ The air
specatds of thi
~Or UCC~ a ement~ tIe re-.
terest ~th whIic' ey? dc
mloT f..th gtr
Ta be 1 er it f
ter. One-. * ~ awit a dog
dezerd , 'an o, firmy
cOmp~~Cips s obviously o17t
e y Mor ro l -st oponent,
who waspislm- h severly, but
,!c wou!d nA.,17ow ^_Ojmf-f,qIh
"Let u1p, Cuamle, je?s ha d enough,
!Zterposed Chmie' fr5ends.
take. ad t aadg
;Sed, ul f r4 e.gound and pro
clased b11-celyth2t hem r ad o ot done
,-i:h rae enem~ Pnd proposed to "fin
ish him up sef ley sma,bu
Xne batle n o resumed and Jake
"eit do-n Caiy, shadinohis hend
on the curbs n'e was picked up
dazedI and wed but still do"ant.
A man push his way through the
crowd and rest:'d him.
"You're grit I through, my boy, but
It s no use, he' oot much for you," he
"But hc cal_ me a Spaniard!" ex
Ilained the t passionately, with
tears of baffledmge in his eyes as he
Strugged tLO fr*, himself from the
'gras"p. a Spaniard: And me
:s kiid in de war!"
"I wus on'y tuyin' yer," admitted
Ci:immie, saliiiy, seeming to realize
this reminde all the enormity of
!1e i"sult. "Yoi're all right. Jake."
A tai fig,ure it a helmet and a -b*ne
coat with brass'-buttons came siunt
rlg down the Itreet from the direc
lion of Police Hldouarters, Chimmie.
the mollified Jae. and their admirers
went off togetbir. The crowd dwin
iled awa-Y. and peace once more reign
Id in 31ulberri street.-tew York
Electric Motor Wagons.
Tho AutomobIle Club and some elec
tric associations in France are occu
pied in endeavoring to establish elec
tric charging statins for electric ve
hicles. The idea is to arrange with.
electric light azd tower stations - to
do the work, sot.sXo make the use of
I electrically pro lV;d carriages possi
! 1M all rxer Frn
B:idr.enu e i:nd women,
I t i es atrt-l.mta
- -..rsst make ci m-; Amog tos
itn mran:.O.Ose , o-weE
- rem acis od f1 cure You.
Ma~ntar. poita 4 red f osT DRUG C0
'. So to Drugatse na y.!rice hserbt
Sen wh25v rcentyin ttmps forOBoo.
186 IinaSre, Edt~. -GNew-bor,
1eaty Is Biod - DeeP.
Clean blood means a clean skin. No
beauty without it. Cascarets, Candy Cathar
tic clean your blood and keep it clean, by
stirring up the lazy liver and driving all im
urities from the body. Begin to-day to
banish pimples, boils, blotches, blackheads,
and that sickly bilious complexion by taking
Casearets,-beauty for ten cents. All drug
gists, satisfaction guaranteed, 10c, 25c,50c.
Venus is a splendid morning star, in the
southeast. She was at her greatest brilliancy
on the 5th of last month. So. 12.
Don't Tobacco Spit aid Smoke Tour Lwe Away.
To quit tobacco easily and forever. be mag
netic. full of lie, nerve and vigor, take No-To
B., the wonder-worker, that makes weak men
strong. All druggist., 50c or 31. Cure guaran
teed. Dookliet and sample free. Address
Sterling Remedy Co., Chicago or New York.
Instruction iz poultry culture is Civen in
the Rhode Island College of Acriculture.
To Cure a Cold in One Day.
Take Lazative Brcrro Quir.ne Tablets. Al
Mrnggists reir.d nney if it fnils to cure. 25c.
The Bramshorn woolen mill, Miloury,
Mass., is rurnin; night and day.
V'c-To-Dac far rifty Cents.
Guaranteed tobacso *--:it cure, makes wea
men strong, biooo nm-r- 'Ac. .. All druggists
Noless than $15.000 is invested In tho
glove industry in the United States.
To Cure Constipation Forever.
Tke Cascarets Candy Cathartic. 10c or 25c.
T C. C. C. fail to cure. drn7ists refund money.
George Breakmin is to erect a 12-pot
glass faotory at Auderson, Ind.
Educate Yeur Bowels Witn Zascarat.
Candy Catiartic, cure constipation forever.
0c.25o. I C. C C. fail, druggisLsrefund mone:
A cotton and woolen ntili - 11 piobably be
establiahed at the Te%as StL.e Penitentiary
at the town of Rusk.
51rs. Winclow'sz oothing yrrup for child ren
teething,softeons the gums, redlucitg inflama
tion, allays pain.cures wind colic:.5: a ottLEs.
I Piso's Cure for Comsum tion has saved me
many a doctor's bi-I.-. F. HARDY, Hopkins
Place, Paltimore, Wd . De . 13, 1MJ.
Fits T.ermanntly cured. Xot tsornervous
ness after f.rst day's use of Dr. Kline's Great
Nerve Rostret.Q2trial bottle and treatise free
'D, R. h. KLIN Ltd.. 931 A reh St. Paila. Pa
We oiler One Hundred ; ollars Reward for
any case of Cat i h that cannot re cured by
Ia;'s Catarrh (Iure.
F. J. CEsNEY & Co.. Prop,., Toledo, 0.
We, the u!ndrrigaed, have known F. 3.
Chen-y for the lact 1 years., and believe him
perfectly honor ble in all business transac
tins and nnancialiy ablo to carry out any
obligations made by their firm.
NEST& TRUAX, Wholesale Druggists, Talc
WALID1G. F%rjN & IlAnimq, Wholesale p
Druggi.t, 'I olrdo. Ohio.
Halis atarrh Cure is taken Internally,
acting directly upon the blood and mucou- ;
Fur-aces of the system. Pr:ce. 75 . per bottle.
Sold by all I ruc 4te. Test mon-sls Free.
Hall's Fam1y Pilis are the be-t.
In the Sandwich Islands there is a
spot called the Rcek of Refuge. If c
the crimine1 reaches this rock before
capture he Is safe as long as he re
mains there. Usually his family sup
ply him with food until he is able to t
make his escape, but he is never al
lowed to return to his own tribe.
Not an Exception.
Softleigh-"So, you-aw, don't thiDd
I the clothes make the man, Miss Cut
ting? Miss Cutting-"Well, they
-idt in your case, at least."-Chica~ge
W TH a better understandirng of tf
Vefforts-gentle efforts-pleasant eff
forms of illness are no-t due to any actu
the pleasant family la-cative, Syrup of:
of famaiics, and is everywhere esteemed
the fact that it is the only remedy whie
it acts. It is, therefore, all-important,.
ave the geiuine article, which is manu.
Of the art of adlvcrtising Is to correctly
always prove most effective in time. Til
the Californiia Fig Syrup Co. by reason
laative remeady, Syrup of Figs, which
ment, which the compa.ny freely make:
hould be used when needed by the hun
of salte. and pills the more consti 'atedl
other hand one enjoys both the mieth,
Figs is telten; it is ple'isant and refre!
yet promptly on the kineys liver and
tni!y, dirpels cotlds. he-adacehes and feve
ption pe~,ranently, clso biliou-ress and
Their great trouble with all other purga
fail to act when a slngle dos~e is take:
invariably tend to produ.ce a habit of b<
doses. ChiMdren enjoy h ple asant ta.
Figs. the ladies flnd it delightful and bei
is needed, and business men pronounce
without interfering with business and do<
Is due not only to the originality and simi
to the care ar.d skill with which it is m:
inovn to the California Fig Syrup Cco. o:
rest on all the importance of purcha.?
h.n hy-i ng~ note the name, California F
TIC '[ll Vte:, ye:: nri:e advert se :-. ifn.isy
a mnt.att thih pap~er. it iil.1 obt. in b,e. treat-.
leni a..d.a.or u... So. 1'2
Of Greater New York, Boston, and
many other places use Carter's Ink
exl ivelyandwo' use any other.
and gives .you food for tought.
P ndiWhiskey Ebt
out pain. Baok of par
ticulars sent FREE. I
gingsgnI ,UEB.MwooLLF.Y, M.D. 1
.aansa, ea. Offce 104 Nt. Pryor S&
?AIR'S L'JCKY( PUZZLE SEI.LS LIKE
Sample and Li1st Fast sel't N~o- WILDFI 'E.
i U c. Baird N.'v.MFc Co.56sthavc.Chicaao
GU fAi A
BetCug yn. atjGod s
A SONG 01
S The sna day is over,
V And weay with Lo3est t0iL,
y1Home, through the fields of clover
q That springs from the fertile soil,
<31 Plods now the Sturdy farmro
WC ith grimy had,and though
q Soiledtoo,.indeed,is h%ssuitof tweed,
S But lIt& caes he, I '.row
SA WORD OF W.ARNKING.-There are IDnM
as good as the' Ivory';" they ARE NOT, but
%aremarkable qualities ofthe geruine. Ask for
Mice in. Bee ffives.
unless hives are looked after occa
ionally during the winter field mice
ie aut to get into th,m, e:3pecially
hen chaff hives are used for winter
rotection. If the e ntran,:ce to thie
ive left for the bees has been proper.-I
F made, micea cannot get throuighb it.i
int when the usual two-inch square1,
pening is left mice can go in and out
,t will, consuming the Liouey mi.-d fre
uently the dormafnt be-'s as wYell. The
nly way to protect the Lives fram
nice now is to cover the entranCe
vith a piece of wire netting or cloth
rith a mesh of a size that w%,ill admnit
he bess, but too sm,-li for micl-p t,)
>ass through. it may be that ft
nouse or two will be shu., in. but th*s
:annot be helped and it will prevent
>thers from enterin-. When t[he warm
-reather arouses the bees from tharir
stupor they wtill effectunlly take care
S h poiesninternalyceaoinsswitou
n ord toget it ben,cst ileft, t
infom thrpubiho the eits of e
oh excellene ofthe faean
it manfthrmes ondm thoug.a.h
s,tht h oiestof rdemedsies anly
ta ytm ThemorRon OFANN .kese
asdood a the suylts heyrup OT.bu
hins thves taste, loond atr gently
iowls, durne the wste fe ie
r apt tovetomes thabitualcnstl
he may is resedn therfrom.r
rtivn nd tperientsnt to the
ie let that they acts too vioentl prndr
Sde, reqicen coanty getugent.
tend isgeftlme cation i n o ut
anly wheneverrotecttive rd
ice inauale is tt cove te tane
st no gpiece nof re ntt. orco~
pliit ofthesiato, but toalso o m:e ~
musstrugh. by mcinayi pressest
nose ond therefore e sht i m- t
n;t the hrel an oitinl reey.
tgr Syro., ntrined Wn the arono
Te rasiet rlfnare of tomnyvepro-i
lu red.ii>key drmet Twor ias ofco,
an dieas e , bu s:dimary to ad onstacc te
fi permise bs trsnot clanne wthred
t ordrct less expes e ocher beintabl to
>ickr thie pubich of th co rn. is of a~
of tinc- aretyln of t he from aote
it mee,a-efatre, cndrks tren hsct
en thc is akat the Expfrime nt sta.
an. usyse. m e ' orbaes one1 aresn
, made 78baeswitshn yup ouyan
an o ud oter haotuo.all nted
he elect l- fresuling tusselsfrm.
tie ;a10 b er oent is.0 per that thdoey
rder, ha reitey t too olenty J.nL
HOR rqirng contanrCty A'gla~
3 ToR and gentl ionUTY of Sru of
nefialo weneve. laati awreCey
AtnvE-alube,o adi meay thaeAn'
wiU not gepet no asete. iadCeia
Lo.,t oelarfo he ambinsatin, but retmals
YPfatue bySROnLf N prDcVEees
ay, ndqterefreef ish tore inm
as tesBoko tru onand igia treme.
Srup. C., ned on the frt ofsees
h the housewife's hand awating
a cake of Ivory Soap,
Tis this that gives is hope."
0 he takes the shining treare
'ias: "See it float, the magic boat
hat makes my home so "
,tte soaps,each repmsentedto be" J0s
ke all counterfeits, tack the peCuiar sd
Ivory" Soap and Insist upon getting It.
hade From Sawdust.
The town of Deseronto, in MA&
where there are several large lumbr
ills; is partially lighted by gas made
rrm sawdust. The sawdust is
haged in retorts, which are heated
y a wood fire, the gas from the re
tris passing into series of coils and
tence into the purifiers, which are
similar to those used for coal gas.
ime is the principal purifying agent
cmployea. When it passes out of the
torts the gas possesses an odor much
jes disagreeable than that of ordinary
htirg gas, and resembles somewhat
iat of smoke from a fire of green
wco cr leaves. The works-in use are
mal, turning out daily 540 cubi
mtrs of gas, for the production of
hih about two tons of sawdust are
'.11lch. Bavaria, restaurants are be
-omring more and more internationaL
~ome o:f themn now have Antee"n bare
ils which vanish before prope
tin the know'.edge that so many
condition of the system, which'
is the only remedy with millions
Its beneficial effects are due to
debilitating the organs on which
note when you purchase that. you
atcle, and truthful1 statemts
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