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stomach I have ever
?rin.'rt'i/ deserve* hiah
a terrible condition from a
case of catarrh of the stomach.
il long eeased to be of any good
-?resacd me afVr eating. I
jeated, lud henrthurn and head
i nir. down completely. But?
?weeks after 1 took IVruna I was
ged i>er?('ri. A few bottle? of the
ne made ? great change, and in
months my stomach was cleared of
?*h. and my entire system in a better
itioa." Im ncvivr May.
rite I)r. Hartman. Pre*ident of rne
.-tmAn Sanitarium, Columbu?, O?s to, for
ji\edical advice. A1' ?^rreapondence
.lla?iV^^vr^.K-.. v ?al.
KNOW NOTHING OF SYMPATHY
at geling Beyond Lower Animal?,
. Say? John Burrough.
Ya correspondent asks me to
^ my opinion as to whether or
"-?**"n<? any of the dumb animals have
sympathy, says John Burrough In Out?
ing, and added that a minister at a
funeral In their town had said that no
animal except man was capable of
sympathy. I agree with the minister.
Sympathy, I think, is beyond the low?
er animals. When we sympathize
with a person we put ourselves in his
or her place; we feel ?orry for him;
B ^epity hina-^j?re wou>d gladly allevl
?*,**??ttlPteufferirJ?? all of which implies
P(rore or less imagination and disin?
terested regard Susceptibility to the
-.sufferings of others is one of many
higher attributes. When, sympathy
was born the race lifted above the
purely animal plane.
The next step is taking the suiter
lngs of others upon yourself, which Is
the highest form of altruism. Ture
"Hlfirrrsngr- rn'rrr the lower animals,
and necessarily so. Sympathy is not
necessary for the continuance of the
species, but affection for their young
Is. Animals certainly have a feeling
of comradeship *jr each oilier, and ex?
perience something like grief at sepa?
ration, yet a dog or a cat or a horse
f?*fl: a row will sniff at the dead body of
its dead fellow with apparent uncon?
cern. A cry of distress among the
birds will bring every bird within
L hearing to the spot, and cause them
L to be more or Jess agitated, but it is
1 only. b*c-aus? *40*3 are alarmed for
their own safety; a common enemy
may be about. In the herd and the
flock a sick or woyn.ied member is
Oiten fallen upon by its fellows and
If any animal ever experienced the
emotion we call sympathy it is, of
rae^4.he dog The dog h:vs so long
n the companion of man that he
often shows in his nature a trace of
the purely human.
FOR SCIENTISTS TO SCLVE
'-ake In Patagonia Where Water
RiScS ?5iVj F.???. ?;? CiJd Wciy.
H. C. Cft directs at
ie mag;:.' ^logical
ratory by the Ar
?ne govern a. e?t on New Year
: ?lard about five miles
of Staten island, Pata
ia. tays the Baltimore American.
observatory which is complete in
roipe?t, is superintended by
;entine naval officers. It was
i.Firruary. 1902. The mag
tic observatory is kept at an aTmost
constant temperature of 64 degrees
F. Many interesting facts about
Tierra del Fuego are given by Capt.
Crosthwalt in his paper. He directs
attention to the astonishing, number
and variety of the glaciers^end to the
fact that most of the larger ones show
signs of shrinkage H? says that San
Martin ^-Wrke undoubtedly occupies
ras once a strait Joining the
(Jie and Pacific oceans. The
?Sf Che water of the lake rises
Falls in a peculiar manner. Exact
measurements of these "seiches"
show that the movements are irreg?
ular, but on an average they amount
to about five Inches, having a period
of about four minutes between two
successive high waters. The surface
of the water to the eye is perfectly
Did I understand you to say yot>
"had played poker out west?" was ask
ed of the man who had been telling
about prairies and mountains.
"Yes, I played once for about an
lour, was the reply.
the game interrupted by s
i? or something?"
no! We had a pot of about $30
table when I got four aces in
We bu% sad raised until
/Before us and then 1
iping to, but
. i ?ittt pUyS
* ? ?i to?
ON JULY FOURTH
Rapt in old record? lumiou?, Columbia sees each ?on
Rue from the victories of the past, oy dauntless valor won:
There flashes Washington'? true ?wora; there Marion leads his men;
There steadfast Hale, tor that pure canse, die? fearlessly again!
So ceaselessly the ranks augment, so bright the glittering whole.
Bewildered Clio scarce may all upon her page enroll.
Scant wonder that in that wild strife Columbia led the van
And conquered; for ?he held that wealth lay not in mines, but man.
Her? were the glorie? of dead year?. Knit to those mem'ries still,
The precepts that her heroes left nobly their sons fulfill.
Spume o'er the wave, contumely fades, no slander dims our fame-,
Tnrice armed is he who on life'? field shall bear Columbia's name.'
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^CELEBRATING THE FOURT?&
j??JVk CENTURY AGO j?gj
A RADES, dinners, and the
drink'ng of as many toasts
as there were State? in the
Union formed the charac
tmtmmtK features of the
early Fourth of July cele
btations. There -was less noise a cen?
tury ago than is usually the ease to?
day, and absolutely no overindulgence
in fireworks, because fireworks were
so scarce that their use was practically
restricted to the public gardens. These
popular resorts, of which there wore
several in New York, Boston, Philadel?
phia, and other large cities, were care?
ful to announce, often weeks ln-fore
hand, the attractions prepared for the
An elaborate display of firttrorka was
always giren in the famous Vauxhall
Gardens in this city, and the genial
proprietor, Joseph Delacroix, was oc?
casionally more successful in his ad?
vertisements than in the satisfactory
results of his entertainments. Patriotic
fervor, then as now, frequently over?
looked n multitude of lncen*reniences,
but the Vanzhall Breworka la 1808
were evidently so miserably disappoint
ing that sarcastic letters on the sub
Ject were published in the newspapers.
Joseph Delacroix had state?! that the
day would be celebrated in his gardens
"lu a style superior in taste and mag?
nificence to anything hitherto exhibited
in this city. No pains nor expense has
been spared on bis part to evince his
profound attachment to the principles
of tke American devolution by con?
tributing spectacles nnalngous to the
event for the amassment o< the pub?
How well this boesl ?rat fulfilled may
bo Inferred from the following criti?
cism sent to one of the daily oapers the
"A most terrible crackling was beard
by every ear, a great light was seen
by every eye, and, above all. mighty
putTs of brimstone and smoke wore
snuffed up by every nostril; this, how?
ever, was very patiently endured, be?
cause everything that had been dis?
played was considered as a mere pre?
lude to the astonishing spectacle al?
luded to In Mr. Delacroix's monstrous
advertisement. Hut, alas! it was soon
pretty evident that all was over, and
now. instead of bursts of applause,
nothing was to be heard but exclama?
tions of disappointment."
Seldom, however, were complaints
publicly expressed There was a sim?
plicity In the celebrations and a spoil?
ed up ?yy wf/r// cme/sr
?rtMW raw c/rY.ff/?
tanoous enthusiasm 1er the memories
of the day by both the young aud old.
Nearly every town and village could
point with pride to Revolutionary vet?
erans, and the presence of these war?
riors who had contributed their share
toward making the Declaration of In?
dependence mean something to the
country added to the drep personal in?
terest in the day. The love for their
young country rang out true and clear
in every oration and after-dinner toast
The following toast, given by the mer?
chants of this city in 1795 at the Ton?
tine Coffee House, is but a sample of
' many which the day always ealied
"The auspicious day that rescued our
country from the hated yoke of foreign
tyranny, and gave us honorable rank
among the nations of the earth-~uiay
its ff.orious events never be effaced
from our memories: may the blessings
it bas conferred be as lasting as the ,
globe we inhabit, and may ea<:h revoiv- \
ing year find us more united, more
happy and more free.-'
During Ibe early yearn of the
/century the celebration In New
I Invariably opened with a disonar
cannon from the Hattery. A pern
the militia and volunteer.
Mft?ui o? the Uij
was ?iways well represented, marched
through Broadway below the present
City Hall, Wall street and some of the
After a march of about an hour the
paraders filed into St. Paul's or some
other prominent church, where the
Declaration of Independence was al?
ways rend, followed by an oration.
In the evening every tavern and cof?
fee house had a special Fourth of July
dinner. This latter custom was uni?
versal. No hamlet was so small that it
could not gather its company of patri?
otic diners in the village tavern, where
their enthusiasm was displayed, not
only in repeated proteatatlona of loy?
alty to their country, but in drinking
heartily to the toasts, which always
corresponded in number to the States
in the Union.
In lSi>4 there were seventeen States,
and this system was continued severa'
years longer until the accumulation of
States became so numerous that it was
an absolute impossibility for the diners
to keep pace with them in drinking
ability, and so, perhaps somewhat re?
gretfully, the time-honored custom of
I toast for a State was abandoned.
The residents of Brooklyn, 100 years
ago, were not to be outdone by their
friends in the greater city acroaa the
river, as, according to a newspaper ac?
count at the time, the Fourth of July.
1804, was celebrated In Brooklyn as
"The military of Kings County as?
sembled at the town of Brooklyn to
celebrate the day. At sunrise a salute
of seventeen guns was tired. The Uni?
form Corps of the Troop of Horse, He
publican Riflemen, Washington Fusi
leers and the Rising Sun companies
formed on Brooklyn Heights at 10
o'clock and marched through Sands
street. Main street. Front street, opoid
Ferry street, to the parade ground."
Later in the day there wore dinners
rns and the castora?
In Boston there was also the inevit?
able parade, followed by services in
the Old Sou ? Church. The Boeton
ians were intensely loyal to John
Adams, and the toasts proposed in hie
honor were often far more eulogistic
than those given for Jefferson. In one
this seutinient was expressed:
"John Adams?too wise for office, too
just for toleration. Yet be it remem?
bered that the ostracism of Greece
never tr.rnlsl ?d the immortality of
The Rev, Jededlah Morse, father of
Samuel F. B. Morse, the inventor of
the telegraph, was then a minister in
Cbarlestown. and he had a prominent
part in the services. The simplicity of
these early celebrations is depicted in
the following extract from a Boston
paper in concluding a description of the
? events in Charlestown in 1804:
"In the evening a large number of
ladles and gentlemen assembled at the
hall, where they were served with tea,
coffee and fruit The charms of wit
and beauty adorned every countenance
with a smile and diffused throughout
the whole company a cheerfulness and
An account of the celebration at
Potts Grove, Montgomery County, Pa.,
is interesting not only for the picture
of rural enjoyment, but as a sample of
the Journalistic writing commonly seen
in the early newspapers:
"Two field pieces, cheerfully served,
sent abroad in the forenoon the lofty
report of both fun and frolic by sixteen
well-timed and successive discharges.
Joy beamed on every brow; the green
valleys and distant hills participated
in the gladness of the day by reverber?
ating the magnificent and far-sent
sounds of liberty and independence."
Mention is then made of the dinner,
Avith its attendant speeches, and, in
concluding, the writer adds:
'The retired sun had Just by this
time let in the gloomy shade of night,
upon which the company betook them?
selves to the tavern of James Kinkead.
where they enjoyed themselves with
the sprightly dance and feasted to a
late hour upon song, sentiment and
(?ne of the notable features of the
celebration 100 years ago was the
prominence given to the Louisiana
Parchase. This was but natural, as
the sale had but lately been consum?
mated, and the opposition among those
opposed to Jefferson and bis policy
was very great.
The rapporte? Of Jefferson naturally
did not allow the opportunity to pass
without Riving him unstinted praise.
It is a musing, in view of the growth
of our country and the manifold bene?
fits that have accrued from the Louis?
iana Purchase, to read the harsh criti?
cisms directed against Jefferson and
tin- parchase of the territory by those
who celebrated the Fourth a century
ago. "In what will all this ostentation
end?" was the query attached to the
toast on the Louisiana Purchase at a
dinner in Trenton.
RHODE ISLAND THE FIRST;
The first of all the colonies to de?
clare itself "free from all dependence
on the crown of Great Britain" was
Rhode Island, on May 4, 177G. Penn?
sylvania and New York were the last
to acquiesce in the demand for a dec?
THE LAST SURVIVING SIGNER..
rilarles Carroll was the last surviv?
ing member of the immor? al company
that affixed their signatures to .that
famous Declaration, and he has been
dead about seventy years.
MEN OF BUSINESS RECOGNIZE
ADVANTAGES OF ACETYLENE.
Fanion? Stimmer Hotel, th? Grand Union
of Saratoga, lia? laatallsxl Thla Beat
of All Arllflclal Ll(l.t?-Mr?ai In
?t????(1 ?Comfort at? i Hvaltb.
Saratoga, June 27.?The very name,
"Saratoga," brings to every mind
health-giving springs, unsurpassed ho?
tels and beautiful drives. It has been
for many years the Mecca for all who
admiFt- nature, enjoy good living, and
arc searching for health, or are simply
taking a vacation.
The Qrnnd Union, the largest sum?
mer hotel in tbe United States, set
?iniong green trees with Its long wings
enclosing a court with fountains and
flowers, grass and trees, music and
light,Is throughout the season thronged
with guests. With the progressive
spirit always shown by its manage?
ment, the (irand t'nion has again add?
ed to Its attractiveness by Introduc?
ing acetyiene gas to make still more
brilliant tin? evening hours. The genial
proprietors believe in furnishing their
guests with the best of everything,
and now, after investigating and find?
ing that Artificial Sunlight can be had,
they have installed a complete acety?
lene gas plant to produce it, and have
connected upwards of six thousand
Acetylene burners in and about the
Like many discoveries of recent
years, which are eomiug into popular
favor, acetylene, one of the most re?
cent, is very simply produced. It ia
adapted for use wherever artificial
light is netded and the nreessary ap?
paratus can be understood and oper?
ated by any one.
The generator in which Acetylene
is produced by the automatic contact
of carbide and water might be termed
a gal plant, as it performs all of tbe
functions of .1 city g:is plnnt. Tbe
acetylene generator can be purchased
for a few dollars and in any size, from
one adapted to furnish nectylene to
ten or a dozen burners for a cottage,
up to the large Imt still simple ma?
chine such as is now furnishing Acet?
ylene for six thousand burners In the
Outside of large cities the use of
Acetylene is quite common. The own?
er of the country homo now demands
running water, gas and other conveni?
ences wIiich a few years ago were con?
sidered as luxuries, and acetylene gas
has met his requirements, and gives
him a better and cheeper light than is
ordinarily furnished in cities.
It is well known thai rooms lighted
with Acetylene are more comfortable,
because cooler, and more healthful be?
cause the air is not vitiated.
it Pays to Advertise.
When James C?ordon Bennett the
elder was editor of the Herald. Rob
ert Bonner, publisher of the New York
ledger, was struggling to build up its
circulation, and decided to try a little
advertising. He wrote an announce?
ment consisting of eight words: "Read
Mrs Sont h wort h's New Story in the
I.odpcr," and sent It to the Herald
marked for "one line.'' Mr. Bonner's
handwriting was so bad that the
words were read in the Herald office
as "one page." Accordingly the line
was set up and repeated so as to oc?
cupy one entire page. Mr. Bonner
was thunderstruck the next morning.
He had not to his name money enough
in the bank to pay the bill. He rushed
excitedly over to the Herald office,
but was too late to do any good.
In a short time the results of the
page annoimcement began to be felt.
Orders for the Ledger poured in until
the entire edition was exhausted and
another one was printed. The suc?
cess of the ledger was then estab
llshed. Ever after that time Mr. Bon?
ner was an ardent believer in adver?
tising and a liberal purchaser of space.
Ze Impossible Language.
"Ah, ze Eengllsh language eet ees
Impossible," a Frenchman said to a
friend. "For example, ze English host
fills up his glass, rises, holding it out
to you, saying. 'Here's to you.' and zen
drinks himself. I can make nozing of
eet. Anuzzer example: Ven I was
crossing ze Channel in ze top berth
was an Engleesh gentleman, and I was
in ze lower one; it was very stormy
and ze Eengllsh gent.eman he became
very ill. Zuddenly be cries, 'Look out
there,' vlch I naturally did, but ah, my
friend, I regretted doing so very
FITSpo-rmaneritly cured. No iltsornervous
i.c>s after llrst ?lay's use of Dr. Kline's Great
Kcrvtd'estorer.f'itriHl bottleand treatis?. free
Dr. H.H. K i.iNK. Ltd..?31 Arch St., Phils., Pa.
There are 75.O0O automobiles now in use
in th? United States.
Uae Alltin'a Fool-Kan?.
It Is the only cure for Swollen, Sinartlncr,
Tired, Acttlng, Hot, Sweating Feet,Corns and
?uaions. Ask for Allen's Foot-Ease, a powder
tobe shaken into the shoes. Cures while you
walk. At all Druggists and Shoe Stores, 26c.
Don't accept any substitute. Sample sent
Fref. Ad dress, Allen 8. Olmsted, Leltoy.N.Y.
The record for rapid typewriting is 26,000
words in seven hours.
Mrs.Winslow's Soothing Syrup for Child roa
toothing,soften tho gums,reduces inflamma?
tion .allays pain,cures wind colic, 25c.a bottle.
Count Cassini, the Kussian Ambassador,
wear? a single eyeglass.
Piso's Cure for Consumption Is an infallible
medicine for coughs and colds.?N. NV.
Samd?l, Ocean Orovo, N.J., Feb. 17, 1900.
The avenido salary of a professor in
Harvard College is a .ittlc teat than $4000.
Itch cared in 30 minm ?s by Woollord'*
Sanitary J?tion. Never .**aiU. bold by all
drucgints, $1. Mail orders promptly nllcC
by l)i. K Deletion. (JrawforJsvilie, Ind.
Norway is about 250 miles wide in lie.
AGONY OF SORE HANDS
Cracked t.n?i Pef>l?<ii?Water ami Heat
Caused Intim?? 1'isln?Could DoNo
"My hands cracked and peeled, and were
so sore it was impossible for rae to do my
housework. If I put them in water I was
in agony for hours, and if I tried to cook
the heat caused intense pain. I consulted
two doctors, but their prescriptions were
utterly usel?s?j. Now after using one cake
of Cutic'.ir?*Soai> and one box of Cuticura
Ointment my hands are entirely well. 1
am very grateful. (Signed) Mrs. Minnie
Drew, 18 Dana St., Roxbury, Mam."
A Connecticut woman mil?mX bencU bat
?m Trie* C?xr*4 Tbti Wnr t
It is a well known fact that tvtn the
best of housekeepers cannot make really
good coffee without having the proper ma?
They will rot ver make it with coffee of
doubtful origin, adulterated, queerly
blended, and possibly dirty coffee that has,
perhaps, been mixed up with all kinds of
other things on the counter.
But let them take a package of Lion
Coffee?the purest and cleanest?and the
brand universally used throughout the Uni?
ted States for over twenty-five years. Mill?
ions drink it daily, and get the best re?
sults if it is made in the following way:
Try it once and you will never want to
try any other brand vL coffee.
HOW TO MAKE GOOD COFFEE.
l'se Lion Coftke, because to get best
resu'*s you must use the best coffee.
Grind you Lion Coffer rather fine.
Cse a "tablespoonful to each cup, and one
extra for the pot." First mix it with a
little cold water, enough to make s thick
Caste, and add white of an egg (i? egg is to
e used as a settler), then follow oue of
the following rules:
1st ? With boiling water ? Add boiling
water, anklet it boil three minutes only.
Add a little cold water and set aside live
minutes to settle. sScrve promptly.
2d?With cold water -Add your cold
water to the paste and bring it to a bou.
Then set aside, add a little cold water, and
in five minutes it's ready to servs.
Don't boil it too long.
Don't let it stand more than ten "?fe?
ntes before serving.
Don't use water that has been boiled be?
two ways to settle coffee.
1st?With eggs?Use part of the white of
an egg, mixing it with the ground Lion
Coffee before boiling.
2d?With cold water instead of eggs.
Artec-boiling add a dash of cold water and
set aside for eight or ten minutes, then
serve through a strainer.
A London daily paper has opened a joke
Cares Bloort Pnlaoii. Cancer, nicsar?.
If you have offensive pimples or erup?
tions, ulcers on any part ot the body, ach?
ing bones or joints, falliu>?: hair, mucous
patches, swollen glands, skin itches and
'?urns, sore lips or gums, mating, festering
sores, sharp, guawin^ pains, then you suf?
fer from ?erious blood poison or the begin?
nings of deadly cancer. Vou may be per
maniMitly cun-d by taking Botanic Blood
Balm (B B. B.) made especially to cure the
worst bio >d and akin discHses. Heals every
sore or ulcer, even deadly cancer, stops all
aches and pains and reduces all swellings.
Botanic Blood Culm cures all malignant
blood trouble?, such as ec/.ema, scabs and
scales, pimples, running sores, carbuncles,
scrofula. Druggists, il per large botth?. 3
bottles S2.50, 6 bottles $5, express prepaid.
To prove it cures, sample of Blood Balm
sent free and prepaid by writing Blood Balm
Co., Atlanta, Ga. Describe trouble and fr?*?
medical advice sent In sealed letter.
Villa for Divorced Queen.
Herr Mankiewicz, a German million?
aire, has presented a villa at Meran
to the divorced wife of the King of
lydla E. Plnkham's
is a positive cure for all those painful
ailments of women. It will entirely
cure Chs worst forms of Female Com?
plaints, all Ovarian troubles. Inflam?
mation and Ulc?ration. Falling and
Displacements of the Womb and con?
sequent Spinal Weakness, and is
?? eu iarly adapted to the Change of
,'fe. Every time it will cure
It has cured more cases of Leucor
rhoea than any other remedy the world
has ever known. It is almost infallible
in such cases. It dissolves and expels
Tumors from the Uterus in an early
stage of development. That
causing pain, weight and headache, is
instantly relieved and permanently
cured by its use. Under all circum?
stances it acts in harmony with the
feuale system. It corrects
Suppressed or Pan fui Menstruation,
Weakness of the Stomach, Indigestion,
Bloa?Tng, Flooding, Nervous Prostra?
tion, Headache, General Debility. Also
Extreme Lassitude, "don't-care" and
" want-to-be-left-alone " feeling, excit?
ability, irritability, nervousness, sleep?
lessness, flatulency, melancholy or the
''blues," and backache. These are
sure indications of Ferrate Weakness,
so.ne derangement of the Uterus. For
and Backache of either sex the Vegeta
bit* Compound is unequaled,
You ?an write Mrs. Pinkham about
yourself in strictest confidence.
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For Preserving, Piirifyiiig
and Beautifying the Skin,
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Cotlrnre Snap romWtipi dcllrate medicinal and?
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Car?, with th. purr.t of r>ao*in( ingredient* Sod fk*
?n?1?! rffrr.hlnjj of flcmrt od->ri. Two Soap? lo one alona
Bric? ? ??nif y. a Medicinal and Toilet Soap tot Me.
*fottrr Drue fc Chfm. CM. So!r JVop*., Bort?n.
m?~ Mailed Free, "AU About the Skin, Scalp,and Hak,"
"I used Caararete and f>rl like a new man. I h ara
been a aafferer from drapep.ia and innr atomare
for the laat two ?reara. I hare been takln? rued)
cine and oth?r drura, but could find no relTef only
for a short time. I will rerommend Caacareta to
m>- friend- as th?) only thing for Indirection ?n?
?our atornarh and to keep the bowels in food Coa
aitlon. Thejr are ?ery nice to eat."
Harry Stucklay. Maueb Cbmak. rm.
?fw The Bowels ^^
canov c ATrtASne
Pleasant. Palatable. Potent. Taste (rood. Do Hood,
fleurer Sicken. Weaken <>r Ciripv. 10c. 2So. Sic. Nerer
?old in bulk. The genuine tablet a tamped OOO.
luaranteed to cure or jour money back.
Sterling Remedy Co., Chicago or N.Y. 599
ANNUAL SALE, TEH MILLION BOXES
n TOIL" ,
troubled with it's peculiar to
tnelr 6ex, used as a douche is marvelous.?' suc?
cessful. Thoroughly olaAUses, kills disease getms.
stops discharges, heals inflammation and local
soreness, cures leucorrhosa and nasal catarrh.
l'a 1 tine is in powder form to be dissolved in pare
water, and is far more cleansing, healing, c ermicuial
and economical than liquid iniiaeptU; for all
TOILET AND WOMEN'S SPECIAL USES
For sale at druggists, 00 cents a box.
Trial Box and Book of Instructions Free.
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Illea and aiTorda
comfort to as-erT
I boma?Id dlnln?
room aiaoplnn room
isnd all placa* where
I filas ara troubl?
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I and will not soli or
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I will nererbaarlthout
I them. If not kapt by
dealers, ?en tj. repaid
lor ?Oc 114 KOI.U N0IKK.H, 1(1) Il.kalb A??., Br?ntlya, It. I.
A now order
will give pen
?ion for age.
Write me at omv lor bh.uks a:id instructions,
1 ? n m <>? ciuirg'o. No Pension, No Pay. Address
?.. il. WILLS. Wills Building. ?12 indiana Ave,
Washington, 1>. C Patents and Trade-Marks
?? . PISO'S CUKE FOR
UURtb WHfcHt ALL tLSfc FAILS.
Boat Oouiih syrup. Tastes Good. C*so
In timo. Sold by druRRlats,
ADVERTISE1* T/WA**"IT PAYS
Thompson's Eye Water
Truths that Strike Home
Tour grocer is honest and?if he cares to do so?can ^tell
you that he knows very little about the bulk coffee he
sells you. How can he know, where it originally came from,
^a^^ how it was blended?or With What
|I ^^^^^T^k ?or when roasted? If you buy your
Ijgpp^^g^P coffee loose by the pound, how can
WmWMmmWHmmmWBLW?mWmWMmW **ou exl>ect' purity and uniform quality?
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GBj???& UWl -LOTICE? the LEADER OF
JffW*?*y?m\ ALL PACKAGE COFFEES. Is Ol
?f^?l A&^-^f^s? E nccess*,y uniform In quality.
i^?\^^^^H^^ Ji strength and flavor. For 0VT1 A I
il fw?\?^f^^^^^ I WAKTER OF A CEVTUHY, LION COFFEE |
\jwi^s?j^^^^?P3 I nas been the standard coflee In
??flilF'^jPjr I n>luflons ?* homes. |j
3 *^r^*^^^??C. I! LION COFFEE I* carefully packed |
[q ? ^^ ?? ? B ?I ?oar factories, and until opened te ^
'?iKiiB<a<HHsHH^^H^HBHBHi your home, hail no chance ol being adul- ?y
fS^^^j?AfmSr "? tentled. or ot coming In contact with dust, W
tl ^^mTEmmMW^ dirt? germs, o** unclean hands. g
In each package of UON COFFEE you get one full I
DOiind of Pure Coffee. Insist upon getting the genuino. U
? (Lion head on every package.) S
(Save the Lion-head* for valuable premiums.) m
j SOLD BV GROCERS EVERYWHERE I
i[i>igB^^^HHH WOOL80H SPIOS CO.. Toledo. C^h^