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Nothing I Ate
Agreed With Me.
Mm r ii. 1.1 lUltnl'inur, It !' I). It
Itox ll, Iv nif-wllc N, t , vviiln.:
- I Htill.'n tl viU slomni.li truiiblonm
indigent mil f'irh'iini! time, anil notliiiitf
that 1 uto ntrreod with me. 1 wan veiy
ncrvausi mid oxtierionocd a continual
feeling f uneasiness and (car. 1 took
liioillclno from thu doctor, lint it did mo
"I found In oho of your l'eruna bonks
a doiuriptlou of my symptoms. I then
vvrolo to Dr. Hnrliiiiin for ndvlco. Ilu
Mild I hnd oiituiih of tho htnmuch.
took Pcruiiniiiul Miiimlln mid followed
his dlruot Ions mid can now Miy that I
fool tm well lis 1 over did.
"I liopo that nil who nronlllloted with
tho mum nyinptoiiiH will take 1'onina,
us It him cortufiily cured me."
Tho nbovu in only ono of hundreds
who lmvo written similar letters to Dr.
Ilartiiinu. .lust ono Mich mimi uh thW
entitles lVruna to tlio candiit consider
ntlon of ovuryono Bliulhirly iillllitted. If
this bo true of tho testimony of ono por
tion what ought to ho tho tcHtlinony of
hiindreilH, vi'H thousand, of honest, Nin
corn people. Wo hnvo in our tiles u
I'reat many other testlmonlnK
nrc the cause of many cases
of Pneumonia and Con
sumption. No matter how
slight your Cough or Cold
may be, cure it before itha3
a chance to do any harm.
is the ldest and best known
medicine in the world for reliev
ing and curing Coughs, Cold-,
Bronchitis, Pleurisy, Croup,
Whooping-Cough, and diseases
of this clasn. Your druggist
will supply you. In three size
bottles, $1.00, 50c. and 25c.
Dr. D. Jayne'i Tonic Vcr
mlfilo is an excellent tonic for
both adults and children. It Is
also a safe worm medicine.
OUT OF DOOR WORKERS
Hen who cannot slop ,
lor a rainy day.- will '
lmd the greatest v'
comfort and frecdorrtK
ot bodily movement r
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lter Urc4Hi onlr It Quire me prlca anj
"DEFIANCE" IS 6UPEHIOH QUALITY.
Beware of the Cough
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II hiving what they tk (or, refuting all II
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AnadarRo Daily Democrat
An Heroic Life.
The death of Kdwnnl Wollioilll of
Philadelphia recalls Incidents of an ox
citing period of t lie nation's history.
Mr Wethorlll, who was of tliu reli
gious porsiiHHlon known ns Friends, or
QunkerH. wits amoiiK the most promi
nent of tho abolitionists who, yours
ago, worked to overthrow tho "pecu
liar ItiHiltutlotr of shivery. That ho
did much In aid of fugltlvea from
slavery It certain, suy the Troy (N.
Y ) Tlmr-B. Ho wns iMim In Chalkley
Hall, which Whlttlor Immortalised In
pmniM denting with tlm occurrence
of thosn days, mid which mil ono of
tlm stations on tho famous "under
ground rallwn)," tlio secret route
along which riuinway slaves woro
h'lp'd lo make good their ecapo
fioiu bondage. At these "aUl!onn"
negincB vote concealed from tho own
ers and tho authorities who sought
them under the license Klven liy the
fugitive idnve law. The rtitmwnys
woro kopt until the way seemed upon
to iodines farther north, the "line"
extending ovou to Catinda, whom tho
uokiooh woro hoyoud United Htntos
JuilHillctlon. In iiiany niKoa, whoro It
v considered Hiifo to do ho, tho fugl
llvv woro furnished with employment
In tho neighborhood of the "stations."
It In dinted that Mr. Wothorlll figured
oxtoiiBlvoly lu those proceedings for
tho relief of escaping slnvos. Another
Interesting fact lu thnt Mr. Wothorlll
wiifl n grandson of Samuel Wothorlll,
who figured uh tho hero In thu Htory
of "Hugh Wyiino, Free Quaker," per
taining to revolutionary times. Tho
vouornblo Mr. 'Wetherlll, though u
Quaker, scouts to liavo recolved his
militant spirit through Inhcrltanco
from his ancestor.
It will bo 30 yeurs In December
since tho donth of tho woman who Is
supposed to lmvo foutulod tho collar
industry In Troy, N. Y. As 20.000 per
sons nro engaged In making collars
and cuffs (hero, and as tho city pro
duces neai ly nlno-ti'iitlis of tlio collars
mid cuffs mailo in this country, It Is
evident that tho distinction of start
ing tho business Is considerable. It
seems thnt Orlando Montaguo, a Troy
shoo manufacturer, was scrupulously
neat, and that his wifu found tho labor
of washing hlo shirts burdensome.
Tho shirts of tho time had tho collars
nud cuffs attached, as have many lino
shirts to-day. To nvold washing tho
whole Bhlrt when only tho collar was
soiled, Mrs. Montague mado detnehn
bio linen bands tied round tho neck
with tapes. Under this arrangement
her husband could put on a clean col
lar every morning and every evening
without compelling her to spend too
much tlmo over tho wash-tub. Hor
neighbors followed hor example, ami
the demand for such collars was so
grent that n Mothodlst minister, who
kopt n notion store .in town, booh em
ployed several women to make thorn,
whllu ho peddled thorn from Iioufo to
Iioiibc. Mr. Montaguo saw that the
business might bo profitable, and
opened a collar factory, whoro his
wlfo'a Invontlon was developed nnd ex
ploited. Unliko ninny Inventors, Mrs.
Montague, through tho prosperity of
hor husband, profltod by her discov
ery. Parisian Time for Vessels.
In n memoir recently submitted to
the Kronen Academy of Sciences, I'rof.
lloquo do la flryo offered n very vnlu
able suggestion that mot with a rat hor
favornblo consideration. According to
this suggestion thoro would hnvo to bo
cronted uulvorenl signaling posts for
transmitting, by tho aid of wireless
telegraphy, tho tlmo corresponding to
tho merldans of tho oaith, to vessols
sailing on tho high sen. A dally signal
given out nt midnight from tho Klffol
tower, explains tho Technical World,
would thus transmit tho tlmo corre
sponding to tho first morldnn to ves
sels located on tho Atlantic nnd Modi,
torrnuenn Captains would thus bo
kept poMed exactly ns to tho point on
which tholr vossol happens to bo. This,
howovor, would moan n material nil
vnnco eliminating any dangor, whllo
dispensing with any laborious timo
Sometimes a inuii prnvos that he la
great through his ability to recognize
greatness in others. It Is In this way
thnt Hoswoll won his famo. Tho city
of I.lchllold, England, the birthplace
of Johnson, has lately erected n stntuo
of Hoswoll near thnt of Johnson him
self. Hoswoll's "Llfo of Johnson" is
still regarded ns tho grcntest biogra
phy lu history.
Tho new i,ii:llnment of Persia Is
much liko tho first Russian Douma. It
Is more for publication than ns an ovl
di ncc of good faith, nud leaves all eu
1 rcme lOfc-'slntivc power In tho hands
of tho government. Hut tho day is
pnst whun any pooplo, In earnest
nbout reprebcntntlvo legislation, can
be deluded by bucL transparent do
vices In the gulso of concessions. Thoy
will Ins-1st on tho real thing, nud
whether or not they gtt it, depends
not on tho powers forniorly nutocratlc.
Wjt on thomscives
END OF PET DETESTATION.
New Yorker Finally Rid r the Die
plted High Hat.
Tlior Is n curtain ninn in Now York
whoso pet dotostntlon Is a high hat.
In his Journey through life ho tins no
qulrod many dislike, some prejudices,
and a few hatreds but his feeling
toward a high lint goct) far beyond tho
limits Implied by the mild woid
Howovcr, family influoncos wore
brought to bear on him when ho had
lonchcd tho piopor mllostono In his
life, nnd those Influences woro so
strong mid Insistent thnt eventually
the man In question puirhasod a high
lint; uhnt Is more, ho actually
Hut 111 hatred abated not a Jot. In
fact, it grow. He used to open ills
lmlbox and eye tho lint viciously, mur
derously. Hut thoughts of what tho
family would say If ho should adopt
violent measures nlwn deterred him,
and every tlrfie hr shut the box agnln,
leaving the thing unharmed, and
vented III rngo In profmflty.
Once ho and his family went to
live nt a hotel In the country. And
ono night, with nppnlllng suddenness,
thnt hotel caught lire.
Fortunately, everybody In It was
nblo to get out In safety. Tho young
man of tho hat, after counting bonds,
mid seeing thnt his oplo woro out ot
danger, decided to dnsh Into tho burn
ing building once more thoro wns
still a hit of time In order to boo
whether ho might roscuo a fow moro
things from his room. In tho oxclto
mont nttondnnt on the discovery ot
tho lire tho hotel gnosis had been
obliged to look to their personal safe
ly, without thinking overmuch ot thnt
of their belongings.
Well, tho young man, plunging gal
lantly through tlnmo and smoke,
reached his room. There, tho first
thing which caught his oyo wns tho
Willi n look of diabolical glco ho re
gnrded It for a few seconds. Then
with nn Gxclnmntlon ot delight ho
kicked it Into tho inmost part of tho
loom, into crackling llnnio nnd eddy
ing smoko, far from all possible
t mentis of escape.
Thou, dlnbollcnl gleo still Illumining
his foiuures, ho emerged a happy
Again the Hair.
Tho man's hair, at 47, wns so thick
nnd dnrk that it gavo him nn ab
norninl nnd coarso look tho look
somehow, of tho proprietor or a swind
ling sideshow. Ho wns, however, a
"All this tnlk nbout tho hair turn
ing grny if you go bareheaded Is
false," ho said, "oxcept in tho caso of
those who don't uso brllllantlne. Since
I vvnB n hoy of 18, when my hair got
very thin, I hnvo gono bareheaded all
summer long by a hair specinllst's ad
vice. To thnt I liuputo my excellent
"Of course, my hair, dried by tho
sun nnd wind, would hnvo turned gray
if I hadn't oiled it with brllllantlne
dally. I oiled nnd brushed It till it
shono liko sntln. That combination
hair bared dally to tho sun and oiled
dally with brllllantlne positively as
sures a thatch Hint will last out tho
lifetime. And this treatment staves
off rather than brings on grayness."
Special Train to Carry a Wreath.
Cnrelessuoss on tho part of somo
court oHlcinl recently rendered neces
snry tho sending of a special train
from Hudnpest to Vienna to carry a
laurel wreath for tho tomb of tho mur
dered Empress Elizabeth. It Is the
custom every year to mnko up on tho
empress' estate at Godollo, In Hun
gary, a gigantic laurel wicath to bo
laid on tho empross' codln lu tho
vaults of tho Capuchin church on tho
eve of tho anniversary of hor assas
sination. This year whon tho olllclnl
in chnrgo of tho wreath arrived in
Budapest ho found that tho wreath
had not boon put In the cnrrlngo. To
go back for It was to loso tho train,
and as it wns Imporntlvo that tho
wronth should bo laid In tho Imperial
vnults that ovonlng, tho court cham
berlain ordered a special train to car
ry tho wroath ovor tho 1G3 mlloi bo
twoou the Hungarian mid Austrian
August Holmont, in tho smoke
room of tho llnor thnt brought him
back to America It wns nn English
llnor. nnd nnd those boats havo
"smoko" Instond of "smoking" rooms
told, ono nftornoon, many interest
ing things about I-ondon.
Mr. Holmont described tho stroot
near Tottenham Court Itoad, whero
second-hand clothes nro sold.
"A discussion I overheard In that
street," ho said, "will glvo you some
Idea ot tho prices that provall.
"'1 s'y,' said a young mnu, 'wot
prico thos.0 'ore?'
"And ho held up beforo tho dealer
a pair of plaid trousers.
"1 enn lot you hnvo 'cm, niy son,
for sixpence,' tho denier niiBWercd.
"Tho other throw tho trousers back
into tho barrow."
"Gam!' ho said; 'I don't want a
pair for Sundays. I wunt 'om for
One on the Judge.
"Horo you nro," said tho Judge- to
the colored prisoner, "complaining
that jou" can't get along with ono
wlfo, and yot Solomon had hundreds
"Yos, yor honor," wns tlio reply,
but you must ilckalloct dat do last
testimony he give in wuz dat day wfjz
nil vanltv an vexation of spirit!"
Atlanta Canst' ut'm
TOO MUCH FOR YANKEE.
English Munchausen Had 8hads the
Detter of Fellow Romanctr.
Tho Cnpo Cod man nnd the Lon
doner wmis travollng on tho samo
train togothor from Liverpool to tho
"Yes," said tho Yankee, "wo do
hnvo consld'rnblo fog out our wny.
I've seen It so thick that tho land
ladies of our summer bourdln' houses
could lndlo It out nnd use It instead
o whipped egg for the heavy part of
tho iloatln' Island."
"We 'avo 'cm, too, in London," said
bis traveling companion, "but our
clltnnto Is too dirty to permit of our
oatln' it. Wo burn so much soil coal,
oit sec, the fog gets packed full of
soot Tho only thing wo really can do
with It Is to cut it up into blocks and
use it instead of peat when we want
a quick flro."
And tho Yankeo took out tho little
American ling ho woro In his button
hole mid put It away In his wallet,
BOY KEPT SCRATCHING.
Eczema Lasted 7 Years Face Was All
Raw Skin Specialists F d, But
Cutlcura Effected Cu,
"When my little boy was six weeks
bit! nn oruptlon broko out on his face,
t toe'; him to a doctor, hut his faco
kept on getting worso until it got so
bad that no one could look nt him.
ills wholo faco was ono crust and
must have been very painful. Ho
scratched day and night until his faco
was raw. Then I took him to all tho
best specialists in skin diseases but
they could not do much for him. Tho
eczenta got on his arms and logs and
wo could not get a nlght'B sloop in
months. I got a set of Cutlcura Reme
dies and ho felt rcllovcd tho first tlmo
I used them. I gavo .the Cutlcura
Remedies a good trial and gradually
tho eczema healed all up. Ho Is now
Bovcn years old and I think the trou
bio will never return. Mrs. John O.
Klumpp, 80 Niagara St., Newark, N.
J., Oct. 17 and 22, 1007."
Tune Kermlt Whistled.
Mr. W. W. MHIor, a wail-known law
yer, tolls an auccdoto of Koriult Roose
velt, tho president's son.
"1 was nctlng as steward," says Mr.
Miller, "in somo gymkhana races at
Oyster Hny a fow weeks ngo, and ono
ot tho events was a rnco In which tho
contestants had ta ride a given dis
tance to a certain spot whero nn equal
number of young ladles stood with
pencil, paper nnd envelope. Each
rider had to dismount here nnd whlB
tlo a tunc, tho lady writing its name
down on tho paper. She then had to
scnl it up in tho envelope nnd hand
it to tho rider, who remounted nnd
finished the mce, delivering tho en
velope to tho Judges stand. Tho first
ono in with a correct answer won the
"As (itoward, I was deputized beforo
tho race to vvrlto down the namo of
tho tuno each entrant would whistle.
"What are you going to whistle?" I
asked young Kormlt.
"I'm going to whlstlo 'Everybody
Works but Eathcr,'" bald tho presi
FOR THE LADY OR THE AUTO.
Exprcssmnn I don't know whether
this comes hero. Tho nddress is In
distinct. Housemaid I guess it's all right.
It's cither a now tiro for tho nuto, or
a new hat for tho missus!
EAGER TO WORK
Health Regained by Right Food.
Tho avorago healthy man or woman
is usually eager to bo busy at somo
useful task or employment.
Hut lot dyspopsla or indigestion got
hold of ono, and all ondouvor becomes
"A year ago, after recovering from
an oporatlon," writes a Mich. Indy, "my
8tomnch nnd norves began to glvo mo
"At times my nppetlto wns vora
cious, hut when indulged,. indigestion
followed. Other times I had no nppetlto
whntovor. Tho food I took did not
nourish me, and I grew wenkor than
"I lost interest in ovorything, nnd
wanted to ho nlono. I had nlvvnys had
good norves, but now tho merest tritlo
would upsot mo and bring on a vio
lent headache. Walking across tho
room was an effort and prescribed ex
erciso was out of tho question.
"I had soon Grapo-Nuta ndvortlscd,
but did not hollovo what I read, at
tho tlmo. At last when it seonicd ns
i if I woro literally starving, I began to
"I had not been ab'.e to work for
a year, hut Vow nftcr two months on
Grapo-Nuta I urn eager to bo at work
again. My stomach gives mo no trou
bio now, my nerves nro steady as
ovor, and Interest In lifo'and ambition
havo camo back with tho roturn to
"There's a Reason."
Nnmo given by Postum Co., Hattlo
Crcclt, Mich. Read "Tho'Road to Well
ville," in pkgs.
IJvcr rrnil llic nlinio Ictlcrf A new
one niiprnr" from time lo time. Thry
are Kfiiiiluc, true, null full of liuwuu
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Icncwl ftnilMilo. f. w cckicom Ictiw. InviTllnate
fpnem oflir; Kmal lie wit mart ou In wnitiM
paid evMjr dar, pnUlotu walilnR for gradual s
ionla given; fll)ima cti lo-l; lMriiHlon In
rJocirto fai o nia-Mcn free f ata rim" mal'iM free.
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clilri'imif ircxnliliat iter a it t iiiiratr liabla,
miiKi be bctu-i-cii i c hu i f 17 ami - and abiu to
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Kipling's Town Monument
Tho nnmlng of a now Canadian
town after Mr. Kipling puts him on a
level, In this respect, with Shakes
peare. Not counting our own Shakes
peare cliff at Dover, wo find just ono
Shapespearo In tho atlas and that
In Canada. Dickens scoros four times
In tho United States, and Thackeray
once. ThaflB to say, thoy do it wo
may assume that the places In quos
tion were named in honor of tho nov
elists and not after somo obscurer in
dividuals. Doubts of this kind In
crease in tho cases of tho 30 odd
Scotts revealed by tho atlas, not to
speak of tho GO or CO Mlltons. Rut a
good many of these and of tho 20 odd
Hyrons must cortnlnl attest literary
ontliuslnsm, whatever wo may think
of tho two American Racons. Lon
don (Eng.) Daily Chronicle
Young Queen Is Popular
Tho young queen of Spnln becomes
more and more popular among her
husband's subjects, and tho fearless
wny In which sho walks practically
unattended about Madrid, has pleased
tho people immensely. Her majesty's
bright coloring nnd beautiful golden
hnlr are greatly admired and sho of
ten hears pralso of her charms ex
pressed aloud In lowly Spanish fash
ion. Quaint exclamations, such as
"Blessed bo your niothor," greet
Queen Victoria Eugenlo wherever
sho goes, and, beforo sho understood
Spnnlsh cUBtoms, sho ono day caused
great amusement to King Alfonso by
remarking, on returning to tho palaco
nftcr a shopping expedition: "How
fond tho people seem to bo of mam
ma." Cheap Gas Production
I'rof. Dlau, of Ocrmany has discov
ered a now process of doreioplng Il
luminating gas that may bo bought
by tho bottlo at I lie rate ot 15 cents
a pound. A 22-pound cylinder nt 15
cents a pound would glvo n COcandio
powor light for four months used four
hours a dny. That is to say, tho cost
would bo 1 1-7 cents an hour, or, say,
$1.2." a mouth, or "oven less. Brook
Future for Egypt
An Egyptian paper says that tho na
tive families pay an avcrago tax ot
11.05 an aero, or 28.5 per cent, of tho
crop. Foreigners nnd land companies
hold 055,000 ncres. Through their in
solvency nnd liquidation, and the re
distribution of tho cstatCB formed
slnco 1902, It is probable that largo
nmounts of gold may bo unhoarded.
End of London's Private Gardens
It is sad to hear that tho last ot tho
private gardens In tho city ot London
is coming to nn end. No. 4 Crosby
Squnre, with Us beautiful old stair
case nnd pleasant rooms, is to bo
pulled down. Rlpo figs wero gath
ered in tho summer ot 1893 from tho
fig trco on tho wall, and other trees
grow near tho fountain in tho mid
dle of the garden. An 1830 edition ot
Murray's London states that tho pres
ent houses In Crosby Squaro wero
built In 1G77. This whb tho yoar In
which the Lndy Mnry wns married
-to William of Orange.
Asks Heavy Damages
MUSKOGEE: Alleging gross ncgll
genco on tho part of tho defendant,
Lucy Youngor filed suit in tho district
court to recover $15,200 damages from
tho MuBkogee Gas and Electric com-
panyll for personal Injuries alleged to
havo been inflicted upon hor last May
on account of tho gross carolossness
of employes of tho company, who
whllo repairing a polo dropped a cross
arm upon her head.
Argentina Railroad Construction
Tho railroad lines of tho Argentine
republic have reached the border of
Bolivia, 1,200 miles from Buenos
Ayres, and as tho result of a
treaty with Bolivia tho Argontlne gov
ernment Is making engineering stud
ies for the prolongation of its lino to
bo built by tho Spoyor-Clty bnnk syn
dicate of Now York. In July tho Now
York Byndlcato will hnvo finished tho
first section. of the Bolivian railway
under Us contract with thu Bolivian
i w wlfc..
AND HFIGEKT CROPS
REPORTS FROM WESTERN CAN
ADA ARE VERY ENCOURAGING.
A correspondent writes tho Winni
peg (Man.) Frco PresBt "Tho Pinch
er Crcok district, (Southern Al
berta), tho original home of fall
wheat, whero it has been grown with
out fnllure, dry sensons nnd wot, for
nbout 25 years, Is excelling itself this
year. Tho ylold and quality nro both
phenomenal, no has been tho wcatlior
for Its hnrvosting. Ftorty bushels is n
common yield, and many fields go up
to GO, CO nnd over, nnd most ot it No.
1 Northern. Evon Inst year, which was
less fnvornblo, Blmllnr ylolds woro In
somo casos obtninod, but owing to tho
season tho quality wns not so good. It
is probnbly safe to say that the avcr
ago ylold from tho Old Man's Hlvor to
tho boundary will bo 47 or -18 bushels
per acre, nnd mostly No. 1 Northern.
One man has just made a nut profit
from his crop of $19.55 por acre, or
lit tlo loss than the selling prico of
land. Land horo Is too choap nt pres
ent, whon n crop or two will pay for
it, and a failure almost unknown. Nor
Is tlio district dependent on wheat, all
other crops do well, also stock nnd
dairying, nnd there is n largo market
at tho doors In tho mining towno up
tho Crows NeBt Pass, nnd In British Co
lumbia, for tho abundnnt hay ot tho
district, and poultry, pork, and gar
don truck. Coal Is near and cheap.
Jim Hill has an oyo on Its advan
tages, and has invested here, and la
winging tho Great Northern Railroad
soon, when other lines will follow."
Tho wheat, oat and barloy crop in
other parts of Western Canada show
splendid ylolds nnd will niako tho
farmors of that country (and many of
thom aro Amorlcans) rich. Tho Cana
dian Government Agent for this dis
trict advises us that ho will bo pleased
to glvo information to all who dcslro
It about tho new lnnd regulations by
which a settler may now secure 1C0
acres In addition to his 1G0 homo
stend ncrcs, at $3.00 an ncro, and also
how to reach theso lands intq which
railways nro being extended. It might
bo Interesting to read what is said of
that country by tho Editor of tho
Marshall (Minn.) Nows-Messcngor.
who mado a trip through portions at It
In July, 1908. '"Passing through moro
than thrco thousand miles of Western'
Canada's agricultural lands, touring
tho northern and southern farming
belts of .tho Provinces of Mnnltoba,
Saskatchewan am Alberta, with nu
merous drives through tho great grain
Holds, wo wcro mado to rcalizo not
only tho magnlflccnco of tho crops, but
tho magnitude, in measures, of tho
vast territory opening, and to ho
opened to farming Immigration. Thoro
aro hundreds of thousands of farmers
there, and millions of acres under cul
tivation, but thoro is room for mil
lions moro, and other millions of acro
ago avallnblo. Wo could seo In Western
Cnnnda In soil, product, topography or
climate, little that is different from
Minnesota, nnd with meeting at
ovory point many business mon and
farmers who went thero from this
state, it was difficult to rcalizo ono
was beyond tho boundary of tho
Breaking the Ice.
"Do you think any gtrl over rro
poses In leap year, as thoy say, Jen
nie?" ho asked.
"Not unless sho Is obliged to," an
swerod tho maiden.
"H'm! I hadn't thought ot that," ho
said, after a pause.
"But, George," sho said, laying her
hand affectionately upon his arm and
looking Into Ills eyes, "you, I am suro,
will novcr torco mo to that humilia
tion." "No or that is to say of courso
Tho lco was broken and three min
utes later Gcorgo was Jennlo'u nc
ccptod. "It Knocks the Itch."
It may not euro nil your Ills, but it
does cure ono of tho worst. It cures
any form of Itch over known no mat
ter what It's called, whero the sensa
tion Is "Itch," It knocks It Eczema,
ringworms, aro cured by ono box. It's
gunrnntccd, nnd Its nnmo is Hunt's
"Why did you knock Jones down?"
"Wo woro talking about tho fre
quency of Brown's Jag."
"Well, groat Scott! ho reforred to
Brown's present drunk ns 'tho curront
bun. " Boston Transcript.
Important to Mothers.
Examlno carefully ovory bottlo or
CASTORIA a snfo and suro roraedy for
infants and children, and see that It
In Use For Over :U) Years.
Tho Kind You Have Always Bought.
Couldn't Disprove It by Her.
"Thoy say there's nothing now un
der tho sun," mused tho poot, sadly.
"Well," replied his wlfo In a tono
equally as melancholy, "you can't dis
prove tho adngo by my wardrobe."
A Piercing Motive.
"Thnt fnnner's wlfo certainly does
stick hor boarders."
"Very likely; It's her pin inonoy."
ro "viyu.TiMuvj;.Vt);i! SYSTKMi
Tak thi Old HtanilaM MltuVh'ri TAbTKI.bSH
illllLI. TOMU. Vmi kiow w hut jrou ore taklnir.
llio furuiula It plainly printed m errrr bi(.ll,
howlntf Itla tluulr Uulnfi ootid Inn In UMvIm
dirin, and tl inou "JikIu.iI lurui.
Ittupio und cniiaren. w--.
A boy never looks In a mirror to see
it his faco Is clean aftor washing It;
he looks at tho dirt on the towel.