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ONB ENJOYS
Ijoth the method and results when
jgrrup of Figs is token ; it is pleasant
id refreshing to the taste, and acts
ientlj yet promptly on the Kidneys,
Liver and Bowels, cleanses the sys
jem effectually, dispels colds, head
Lelies and fevers and cures habitual
Constipation. Syrup of Figs is the
tniy remedy of its kind ever pro
duced, pleasing to the taste and ac
jcrptahle to the stomach, prompt i
fits action and truly beneficial i* i
L 14 Its
_ i . !3M
fects, prepared only from the most
lealthy and agreeable substances,
many excellent qualities com
pend it to all and have mode it
he most popular remedy known.
Syrup of Figs is for sale in 60o
d SI bottles by all leading drug
sts. Any reliable druggist who
nav not have it on hand will pro
cure it promptly for any one who
rishes to try it. Do not accept
uv substitute.
ÛUFORNIA no SYRUP CO.
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
I t£l'IS.ILl£. At. N£UI YORK. N.t,
Syrup"
rorThroat and Lungs
" I have been ill for
lemorrhago " about five years,
[ ^ "have had the best
five Years, "medical advice,
"and I took the first
Idose in some doubt. This result
led in a few hours easy sleep. There
■was no further hemorrhage till next
Iday, when I had a slight attack
Iwhich stopped almost immediate
ly. By the third day all trace of
■blood had disappeared and I had
recovered much strength. The
fourth day I sat up in bed and ate
jray dinner, the first solid food for
[two months. Since that time I
have gradually gotten better and
|am now able to move about the
souse. My death was daily ex
pected and my recovery' has been
i great surprise to my friends and
jthe doctor. There can be no doubt
pbout the effect of German Syrup,
p I had an attack just previous to
Its use. The only relief was after
|tlie first dose. ' ' J. R. Loughhead,
de, Australia. 45
LITTLE
FILLS
DO SOT GRIPE NOR SICKEN
Suit ear« lor SICK HEAD*
ACHtS, Impaired tligeatinn.ronatk
pat ion, torpid glands. They oruuu
vital organa, temovr nuUbea. diz
aine««. Sltffiral effect on Kid
neysandularidfr. Connue»
bilioun uervouH <Uk
order», l'.stablich nau
urai Daily action.
•atify complexton by purifying
o. PCRXLT VKOSTAHLS.
♦ loto it nicaly adjusted to «uft cate, at one pill con
»■«too much. Eack vial eontcin« Ci, carried in vert
lib* lead pencil. Uiuiacrt luan'« graa*
Taken eaeier than «ugar. bold every*
.euuina good« bear "Crescent."
,oi ttamp. To« gal SI page book noth minpto.
• ^TM MtOICME € 0 .« St. Unis. Mo.
Pifio'a Remedy for CMlarrh Is the
Best. Käste st lo trso, ntid Cheap«
ijc.fi by UruggUia or seat by mail.
I Sfc* 1- T. Has^ltim*, Warren, Fa.
9 FAT
V\f (*) ,^ r *- A,îi
i 4 . 1 1 ("Mywre.
FOLKS SEDUCES
in .* ' t uy vrn.j«ht wuab'20 pouu*is, now it \* l-' N
M JTsoJv T A t.V h - M . F°t ciroulnr.-» mldress. with C-\.
^ Dbil, McVickm -'q Xheutre, cihica«:o. 111.
—.BIBB'S PREVENTIVE SOAP
Kf Mf PJES. Ä«'Ä
L'. n C like wilUdre. Tty mail any aitdre^s
£2* Agents wanted. Hlbb a Peevoallvs
80S, SI Waehiagtea Si., Chicago, III.
Common
Soap
Rots Clothes and
Chaps Hands.
IVORY
SOAP
does not.
T , The Siberian Kegt-trr
»•"»ittifr"'"«
settlements ~ -Iberian tienu
semuwcekiy or weeK.v. a, Âr Æ',
«âmes i„ » renter. * The T
apparently, 1 , w rKU .-.' ' .. ,l ' nUu ' 1 ' !
Ulllicuil by forein- lh ,. ,1,ore I
^-orttntervauN^;;;^^';-
ties arm say, --I am gUli Lore-1 mv, n ? •
escaped. " Amt a, u nr,^ tnnL It >
luiMi t escaped they make him si-,, his I
namo in a oouk. it is a gtumd tv ni- I
^Hanbtaisnoseeurtty-.nate^r!
iatin«- t.) t) l " LS U ls * 1UeM! * e l. v humil- j
f."» to the personal pride of tap ex
D ' ,rr C11 L U - V U lhe aul horities nan- |
pen to ne brutal men; and it cau—'
more heartburning and exasperation
exil« n ^, 0l l€r **eguiation in the whole
exile code.-George Ken nan in Cen
leirnmir'diVîh ""î 1 la»-» »ml
know tali ir!.Vi » '' nve 811,1 the blissful
wt\h,r tUl " t w ;' "'«our Hie ami pain
only à ccm" '«"'■Ml Salvation OU,
O ICK and Tlirir tUVrclotia.
It has often been mooted as a vexed
question why all men of genius or
greatness are so fond of do-s. The
reason is not far to seek. Those who
are great or eminent in any wav find
the world full of parasites, toadies,
liars, fawners, hypocrites; the incor
ruptible candor, loyalty and honor of
the uog are to such like water in a
barren place to the thirsiy traveler.
'ihc sympathy of your uog- is unfail
ig and unootrusive. If you are s:ui,
so is ho; and if you are merry, none is
so willing to ieap and laugh with you
s he.
l - or your dog you are never poor;
)r } tun* ûog you aro never old: whetii
r Jou are in a paiaee or a cottage he
i '* oti6 not care, and fail you as low as
1 you may you are his providence and
nis idol stiii......t Und a in North Anicri
, can lie view.
! In tlie Spring the du. e and the dndine
j uirntlr turn to thoughts of love, even In the
,iam P uloumhiff. for l)r. hull's Cough byrup
wui cure uuy c Ù they may catch, you*bet.
Hi
•Pti
>l lit«
■ içlity.
A certain Ma ine three-yea r-oid was
greatiy impressed with ills mother's
teachings concerning Gou's majesty,
an<i sought to know more regarding
tiiis great being:
'•Does he iooit like favver, ma?"
"Oh, nu. 1 guess not."
"H eii. who does he look like?"
"Oh, not lise anybody you ever
saw."
A few days afterward the most hor
rible looking oid tramp that travels
came slouching into the dooryard.
The iittie chap got a squint at the va
grant over the window siiL and after a
comprehensive giance ran for the
kitchen screaming:
••Ma. here's your God! Here's your
God! "
The walking terror certainly didn't
look like anything that had previously
come into the three-year-old's experi
ence.—Lewiston Journal.
M. I.. THOMPSON' A GO., Druggists,
• oudersport, IV, say Hall's Catarrh Cure
is the Le-t ami only sure cure for Catarrh
they ever sold. Druggists sell It, 75e.
A Vugnry of Ill.ea.e,
The curious vagary of disease was
instanced in the case of a young wo
man not long recovered from an un
usually severe iiiness with typhoid
fever, t^he is an only daughter, and
has always greatly deplored this fact,
wishing many times for a sister. In
her delirium, which was unremitting
for many days, the desired boon was
granted. A vivid personality, the
longed for sister, named and identi
lied, never left her. They lived to
gether in tier fancy a coherent life,
sleeping, rising, eating, visiting to
gether. even spending long hours of
industrious iabor over fancy work that
developed suggestion, alteration and
admiration. iSoreal was this presence
that the sick girl in her tedious con
valescence of sane weakness frequent
ly cried bitter tears of disappointment
over the loss of the gentle, compan
ionable sister whom she had come to
know and fondly love.-—Her 1'oiut of
View in New York Times.
"A Yard of It.».«*, tt
One of the most popular paintings at the
New York Academy of Design was a yard
long panel of Roses. A crowd was always
before it. Otic art critic exclaimed, ''üueh
a bit of unture should belong to all the peo
ple it is too beautiful for one man to hide
away."
The Youth's Companion, of Boston, seized
the Idea and sjeut twenty thousand dollars
to reproduce the painting. 'Ihe result has
been a triumph of artistic delicacy and color.
The Compauion makes this cony of the
inditing an autumn gift to each of its five
hundred thousand subscribers. Any who
may subscribe now for the fust time and
rejuest it, will receive "The Yard ofi'.oses"
without extra charge while the edition lusts.
Besides the g; ft < f this beautiful picture
all new subscribers will rceeivethe t oinnau
ion free from the time the sui set iptiou is
received till January ist. including the
Thank-civiug and Christmas Double Num
bers, mid a full year from that date.
Every family sl.ou.d tinte this brightest
and best of illustrate*! literary papers in ad
ditiou to its ioral paper.
I«'oli Mon* in Holiiv There.
Once a Californian always a Califor
nian. The old timers who go away to
foreign pans generally return. A San
Franciscoan who has been supposed to
be making cords of money iu London
got back last week to Kearney street,
and had to submit to the usual inter
rogations.
••Didn't like on the other side, eh?"
"Oh, ves. liked it line."
"Nice place to live?"
"Elegant, grand, magnificent! God's
own country.
• ■I wonder why he didn't stop over
there it it is so line," remarked one of
the crowd after the returned exiie had
left.
••He explained that very satisfactor
ily. I thought."
••How's that?"
••Why. he stated it was heaven, and
that's loo high altogether fer the av
erage San 1-ranoisco rounder."—San
Francisco Chronicle.
Dliaitroni Failure!
It Is with feelings of ifBpct that trn an
nounyo the failure of iiusi^of people troubled
. 1,1 macuim of tito kidney* u> tube etikient
itteuns to leuow lueii ucitvify. Tui* failure
in tnost at sumidus, for ;t complete wtvek of
«Im organs themsil vos mti.M cvotitiiutu if
1'iitc.y means are not taken to le-t HtuhlUli
rVV. ,rM tMvt '. v « ton« lion on u basis of activity
'* ;U Ft'finI,irity. I Iom<' tier's Monmeh Hitter*
roiu v, s Ixitii, une! pi- cvpi.i s ult inuoe ui.d tat-.il
, iMÎ-lor An it. .at '»Moot tin) f unctions of UlO
Ul,!î i I ". v s u ' fi I tin* blood. in its pus
i lirough them, impurities procreative of
'H-i-y. rheumansm Hurt uout, an earJv im
| t,us 1 ' ' I 'ai.tv need ul to lie vrivonto
t in .r opuraton:- w hen tardy nr iuoffoctuhl.
11 ,, m» , tiic:i î o-i Mitmiii of eomnietvo do
nnt misw«»i* this purpose. l >e the llil.U'i-8 for
dyspepsia, auiaiui, «oustIp iiiou unU MUoua
ÜÜM.
Not
11«
•*\otir iife must be very monoton
ous. said G us De Smith, lookinij into
the window uf the Austin postolttce at
the cierk stamping letters.
4, \\ hut makes you thinic so?"
**It wouid drive me crazy to be ev
erlastingly pounding - letters with a
hand stamp. It's the same thing over
and over every day."
••Oh, no, it's not*" replied the clerk.
"Yesterday I was stamping 27 on the
letters, today it's 28 and tomorrow I'll
be stamping the 29th of the month, so
you see it s not so monotonous after
nil*"—Texas Siftings.
Not to Ke I'litliirnl.
If the fe ieral government desires tostamp
out the lottery evil, there will be little op
position on the part of the people and the
press, but if itgives irresponsible underlings
the power to htamp out the press when it
exercises its right to discuss the law, the
result will lie not only opposition, but iu
dignatiou und trouble all along the line.*
tbe freedom of tue press, the jieople will be
in favor of letting the lotteries alone. We
cannot allurd to yield our rights to speak
und publish fair criticisms <Jt public meas
ures. If we yield the right iu one Instance,
"e may expect to be forced lo keep silence
whenever it suits the government to de
mand it.
Fortunately it is no easy'matter to bull
doze the newspapers of America. The men
ace of line and imprisonment will intimidate
very few. No matter wlmt federal otiiciais
may hold, the newspaper men of the coun
try will not change their eonvietiou that an
honest criticism or discussion of the provis
ions contained in the anti-lottery law cannot
with anv show of justice b* held to be a vi
olation of the law. If they are mistaken in
this belief, then the law will nave to be re
pealed or modified. In this republic the
government cannot array itself against the
press and have the support of the people.—
Atlanta (tia.j Constitution.
It alw ays makes a loafer tired to watch an
earnest man work.
Major** Cement Repair* Itroken Articles
l&e ami :g»c. Major's Best i.lqeiU blue 10c.
No woman ever enjoys much peace of
miud w ho marries a slouch.
We wish to call your attention to the ad
vertisement in another column of the Lace
Back Suspender Co., the most satisfactory
Suspender ever oliered to the trade. No
harness, made to tit all, no matter how
round or sloping the shoulders. They will
adjust themselves. Buy only the genuine
which has stamp on each, same as in tbe
advertisement.
Putting a crown on a man's head does not
put auytuing kingly iu his heart.
FITS.—All Fit«stopped free by l»B. Kl.iMcscavil
\ e rvs It caterer. No Fit after tirstdnv »use. Mar
vellous cure*. Treatise and VS. no trial bottle free to
Ftt cases. Send to Dr. Kllne.uai Arch St., i'hlla., Fa.
Don't bave much to do with tbe man who
never looks where he spits.
When Baby was sick, we gave her Costorla,
When she w as a Child, she cried for Castorin,
When she became Miss, she clung to Castoria,
When she had Children, she gave them Castoria,
No man w ill keep right who docs not de
cide that he w iil al ways do right.
Dr* Foot«*'«« new pamphlet on Varlcord« tell» all
nhout it, and what all men ontfnt to know. Sent
o-utiedj for ton ce at a. IJox Î88. New York.
low the pnpera are having a good
deal to say
tl.out ■ l.o arrest of :i Wiscouslu
editor hocuu
e be published a clipping from
on exehuugc
'jiie-tionlng the validity of tl:e
anti lottery law. If the arrest was made for
nothing moi
e than this, then it is putting it
mildly to su
that our government has be
tome K ns-in
bized, so far as iis treatment of
the press i
oncerueJ.
'J'itis polit*
will not work. If lotteries
cannot be d<
stroved without also de-troying
The («est workers are those who have best
learned how to rest
Oh! Paddy, dour, 'tis »aid for sure,
Thev nro \v**Hring of the green.
And yonr hendnehee, Pat, you'll never cure,
Unies# you lake « oultiie.
The man who loves his neighbor a# him
self never keeps a buluiog.
Mr». Wlnalovr*» Soothing Syrup, for Chil
dren teething, softens the gums, reduces inflamma
tion, allays pain, cures wind colic. 25c. a bottle.
There arc still men on earth who keep the
! devil un the keen jump every minute. |
1 read» Shoriltaiul at your home by
mi'll. Particulars free. W. G. Chaffee. Oswe
j go, N Y .___*__ j
I Fotne of the ooorest men on earth are
, those who think they own millions.
î FITS—Epilepsy permanrnt'y cored by new »»»tern
of treatment. DIO THIAL HOT1LK8 FliKK. Send lor
Treatise. Epileptic Keine.iy Co., 4"> Broad St., Mew York.
There is not n niai: above ground who ia
j. not some kind of a fool.
The Ouly One Ever Printed—«'mi Yon
Find Ilie Word?
I There is a J-inc'n display advertisement la
; thH paper this week which has no two
I words alike exceot one word. Ihc same la
I true of each new one appearing each week,
1 from the Dr. Harter 'Medicine Co. Thli
house places a "Crescent" on everything
they make and publish. Look for it. »end
them the name of the word, and they will
return von Bo >k. Beautiful Lithookapus
or Samples Fuee.
Don't put vour»plf in the power of a mr.n
who will work a horse with a #ore shoulder.
LABORING MEN! TAKE CAREX
LOSS OF TIME n COSTLY I
ST. JACOBS OIL,
THE GREAT REMEDY FOR PAIN,
CURBS
RHEUMATISM,
Sprain, Bruises, Cuts, Wounds, Soreness,
Stiffness, Swellings, Backache, Neu
ralgia, Sciatica, Buraa.
r*. Wlitolow** % o«»itiing syrup 1 *
has been used over Fifty Years by mothers
for their children whiie' Teething, with per
tect «ueces . It fooriies the child, softens
the d im% allays 1 a t:, cures Wind Colic,
regulates the bowels, and ;« the best remedy
for Diarrhoea wliet » r ar sing from teething
or « Iber cause*, and is f«>rtn<e by Druggists
in every nnrt <>f tl.e world, b*- sure and ask
for Mrs. Winslow's tontii.iig Syrup. Twenty
live cents a bottle.
In society we try tie hardest to please the
people who love iis the lca^.
h lit
<Y?
CCf°\
, coeval*.!* mat
All over
— yonr sufferings from Catarrh.
That is, if you go about it iu the
right way.
There are plenty of wrong ways,
that perhaps you've found out.
They may relieve for a time, but
they don't cure.
Worse yet, they may drive the
disease to the lungs. You can't
afford to experiment.
But there is a right way, and a
sure way, that docs cure. Thou
sands of otherwise hopeless cases
have proved it. It's with Dr. Sage's
Catarrh Remedy. By its mild,
soothing, cleansing and healing
properties, it permanently cures the
worst chronic cases. Catarrhal
Headache, " Cold in the Head "—
everything catarrhal in its nature,
is cured as if by magic.
It's a way so sure that the pro
prietors of Dr. Sage's Remedy
offer, in good faith, $500 for a
case of Catarrh which they can
not cure.
If it's sure enough for them to
make the offer, it's suro enough
for you to make the trial.
They risk #500. What do you
risk Ï
SIGKHEADACHE
They alno relieve Die*
trees from Dynpepoia,In
digestion and TooHearty
Eating. A perfect reiu •
edy for DizzineM.Nanaea
DrowKinfsa, Bod Tost#
In the Mirtftli, Coated
Tongue,Pain in tho Side.
TORPID LIVER. They
regulate the fioveli
Purely Vegetable.
Price Z& Cents;
CASTES 1ŒBICIHE CO., NEW TOSS.
Small Pill. Small Dose. Small Price.
CARTERS
Tiva
O
IVER
PILLS.
LIQUOR # TOBACCO
habit positively oared by the nee of the genuine
"MAGIC* CHLORIDE * OF * GOLD."
It ia manufactured in enmll soluble teblets,
which can be given in * gluns of beer, a eup of
coffee or t«*a, or in food, without the knowledge
of the patient. It Is absolutely harmless, and
will effect a permanent and speedy cure, whether
the patient uses Liquor or Tobacco moderately
or is a slave to either or both. It has been given
in thousands of caNO*. and in every Instauce a
perfect cure has followed. It nev«*r fails. The sys
tein once impregnated with the "Magic Chlo
rid! op Gold.** it becomes sn utter imposibli
ity for the Liquor or Tobacco appetite to exist.
One month's treatment by mail &L00. Get only
the genuine, manufactured by MAGIO CHLO
RIDE GOLD CO.. Omaha, Nebraska.
i!
JuT
Uw
mi
•*t k, Ml W. tttt*., *.!..»« auflM«
■ a we a o»*r.
ruait.
■rawiwiiagitu.. Bl.tr. 'I.ailach.i
pleiumicarnCoBUlMiioa.
|
j
Ely's Cream Balm
WILL CURE
Children
V OF CATARRH.
Apply Bulm Into each nostril.
KLV. UKOS..SU Warren 81. NY
9m
rtf*
SAT
FE»EI$
Vs
GRIND
Outer Miella,
Graham Floor A C orn, in tlto
----------------Wilson*»
Patent).
__II »or cent, nrnre mnde
In keeping Poultry. Alw» POWKII MIMA and
---- 5 SÏ KEF.I* Ml I.I.». rireulai-a w»d t.*Ktl»ronh» 1 a
jii application. WILSON UKUS. KARTON, PA
tiruniiiii r ium a w ui
$5 HAND MILL S
lOOtn r ernt.m.
AGENTS WANTED ON SALARY
r commission to handle the New Patent Chemical Ink
Irnsing Pencil. ▲«r«-ut* making ffio per we* k. Mon*
do Kraevr 51 f g Co.. La Cro»»e, WG. Box 831.
HAY FEVER CURED TO STAY CURED.
Wt want the name and ad*
dress of every sufferer in the
& ASTHMA U. S. and C anada. Address,
> F. Harold Hayes, M.D., Buffalo, K.Y.
N
Kantahalo.
---->t » n t he liest
Knterpi isc ever
I Ml started in tills country at Hcd Bock ÎVlce. w ilte Inv
i.-d lately to A. J. lie Bride. iOOute City Bank, A limita
Mil r ^ Cave Never leturna. No purge.
■ salve. m»»upp?»»iturv. Remedy Mulled
FREE Address J ILHKKVBa Buxasaü N. Y t*tj
■oamisi dimiseT rdiiTtmiTcisi
wllhuai pain THUI. TKKaTSKST FUIS.
KRAWKR, htrRKT AU V . BOX
OPIUM
iSDUÜA BUKKAL Sl'ItlSOS, IND
*» I Thompson's Eya Water.
W. N. U., Omaua, • ÖÖ3 — 4ô.
m
*>v
ozs
Scr*
!\'N
w
Tob«
CCo
IS H
mutK,
HORNS
W/frt
r
'iONfyeu
— » .SB-OWBirS
ELECTRIC BELT;
abtd nuapumoRT.
Pat'o Aug. I«. I «87. Imp*« dan. ia isti. !
will ran all Iknutii
Connlainte. Lumbaf.,
Oca.ral aaS H.rrou,
Sibil ity, Cotti n
aM*,Xidn.TSlot*
■a, TrombUnf, Ion
aal Exhaustion,
Wonting of Body,
Siooaae canoed by Iu,
WÎ8S
■ All fi
dlatro«ltaolaToalh,Ags
fie Lift. AlooXLICTSlO
ELECTRIC BELT AN 0 APPLIANCE
mini ......
MIIS which will be isst la t
Dr. Owen'
OWEN ___
306 North
MUTION turn raru.
or Bingls Life. AlssXLICTEXO
"Il luïsTUm BOoIl Sw
sin seslad eewaleesa
A «---- . * a JA-Sl

.
LOUI8, MO#
Broadway, 8T«
J. J. THOMAS A 4TO«,
WHOLESALE - COAL!
161.5 t urtle Street,
K)i:^u:k, ... cohiraiio.
Spwlal rat«>* for carlomls to Club# und Alliances
for all Northern Colorado Lutpp and Steam Coal».
Consumers will consult their interest# by
wriliug for prices.
Dr. Le Due's Periodical Pills
land, isfto. Canada, I8i7, United State», 1887. W<
this French pill ut tü u box or thres for #5. We war
rant time boxe» to give relief an abov« stated or re
fund the money. These goods can b«? »ent per mall on
receipt of money. Wholesale and retail ol Goodman
Drug, Co., Omaha.
RUPTÜREœœS
t
'
$25,NO M EM
■ -- AND <>■ ......
HANDSOME PRESENTS
GIVEN AWAY.
THB
MEMPHIS WEEKLY J \ I
HOME JOURNAL 1 1
FREE BIBLE COMPETITION
"SEARCH THE SCRIPTURES" AT ONCE.
An Easy Way to Receive a Big Reward.
To the .t.ooo per*«,.* first answering correctly, on or before December Ji.t.
■Sqi.niir Minnie llil.le question. Where in Hie Bible is first found the word
''Charity? " will give the lullo.ving rewards:
1—OneCanh Present In Gold........................................ ....»6,000 OO
a-0::j Ca«tt Proai<nttnGold........................................... 3,600 OO
3— Oaa CfUih Present in Gold................................... . ........ 1,300 OO
4— One Handsome Upright Plano.................................... 1,000 OO
6—^One Pine Family Carriage........................................... 1,000 00
6— Oae Pair Match Horses................................................. 1,000 00
7— One Highly Bred Stallion.......................................... 800 00
8— Oae P dr G idles' Diamond Bar Drops ................... 760 OO
O-One Handsome Driving Mare, Full Pedigree________ 700 OO
10— One Beautiful Sot Furniture.................................... .. 600 00
11— Oae CxshProsontin Gold................................... . ....... 600 00
13—Oae OashProaentln Gold............................................. 400 OO
13— Oae Flue Top Buggy...................................................... 876 00
14— Oae Baautlful Foidini
16—Oae Geat»' Gild Wa _ _ _
16—Oae Lidles' Watch and Chain
Gu:
and Chain.............
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Loadtnig (
n Gold
■One Cash Prosen?, li
IS—Ona Silver Plated Tea Set
30— One Fine Gros Grain Silk Drees.
31— Oae Gold Sot Jewelry.....................
33-Ona Hrvvlin Oocorated Dinner Bet........................... 100 00
24—Oae Cash Present In Gold......................................... lOO OO
35-One Farm Wncron.......................................................... 86 OO
33—One Family Clock........................................................ ;. 76 OO
37—One Cash Present in Gold.......................................... 76 OO
33—One Diamond Ring...................... . ............... ....... ...... 60 00
39— O ia Cook Stove............. ............ .. ............................ 60 OO
30—Ona Cash Present In Gold........................................... 60 OO
To tho noxt 30, each.........................................Solid Gold Watch.
Tot lie next 50, each.............. . ........................Solid Silver Watch.
To the noxt 1 OO, each........................................Solid Gold Ring.
To the next 200, each................................ Photograph Album.
To thenext&OO,each.........Handsome Gold Pen andHolder.
To the next 60, each..................................................... »10 in cash.
To the next lOO, each.....................................................86 In cash.
To the next JOO, each .............................................83.60 In cash.
And to the next I860, each a Handsome Present valued
at 82.50.
TOTAL VALUATIONy
Over $25,000 in Gold and Handsome Presents.
Each competitor must in every case send $j.coforone year's auhariptlrtn
to the Memphis WEEKLY HOME lOUUNAL with their answer. No names
will be recorded unless accompanied with the cash, for which we will send,
post-paid, our »nlcndid WEEKLY HOME JOURNAL. The subscription
price of our WEEKLY HOME JOURNAL is only $j.oo a year, so
YOU PAY NOTHINC FOR COMPETING
for the above presents. The presents will be sent to the successful ones, and
their names will l»e published in our HOME JOURNAL the first tveek In ne*t
January, i3c>*. Don't Delay. The Weekly HOME JOURNAL is worth
much more than the money and by answering quickly you may secure one of
the largest rewards. The receipt of your paper will be your receipt.
Every parent should encourage children to enter this contest, besides
familiarizing themselves with the Bible they secure a highly deserving and
enterlaing famil y newspaper. We enter every letter in the order and on the
day received, and number the names ns received and recorded In our subscrip
tion books,hence,there can be no mistake*. HV cannot make corrections in
answers after letters nre received and entered. If you don't get anvthlrg but
our WEEKLY HOME JOURNAL vou will be thoroughly satisfied as ithus
no equil at the price. No answers will be recorded bearing post î.a.k date
later that December a>th, iSoi. You must send before that date. Every
present will he sent about January i. Send money bv posta I note, money i nier,
registered letter, express or draft on Memphis or'New York. Do r.o t send
checks on local ban 1 .*. We nav no attention to answers in letters without*he
subscription to the WEEKLY HOME JOURNAL. Don't sciul postal cards
or telegrams. The WEEKLY 1IOM It JOURNAL is handsomely printed and
illustrated. It is pure and elevating in tone, and will be a welcome sisitor in
every household. To »a*i*f y all ns to its merits we mail sample copies for hvs
cents. We cannot scud them free. Address
THE HOME JOURNAL,
MEMPHIS, TEHH.
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W. L. DOUGLAS
S3 SHOE oenTPISmbn
m BEST SHOE IN THE MRU) FOR fHt MONETf '
OEMTLENEH and LADIES, Mvayourdol
Ian by wourlng W. I.. Douglas Shooo. Rff
meet the want, of all Clane«, and are the moot
economical foot-wear ever ogered for* the noeey«
Beware of dealert who offer other makeo, ao be
lug loot as good, and be aura yod have W. L. **
Douglas Shoe*, with name and twice tumpod fa
bottom. W. Ù Douglas, Brockfon, «Sa ^
IFTAHK MO SL'BSTITVTK.ua
tnolot on local advertlood dealers supplying yaw
GRATEFUL—COMFORTING.
BREAKFAST.
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d«ncy to disesse. Hundreds of »ubtle mn lad Isa srs
Hosting around us read*- to attack wherever there
. U a weak point. Mr e may escape many a ftftal shaft
i by keeping ourselves well lortifled with pure blood
n properly nourlahed lrsaie." Ottni C
Oaaette.'
Made »Imply with boiling water or milk. Bold
nnlv half-pound tins, by Grocers, labs)i«<% thus:
JAMES EPPS A CO., Hbrnaopalhin Chan
London, England.
(milts.
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YM don't want comfort II f.u
don't with tn look well droitod.
H ran don't wont tho belt, then
jeu don't want the Loce Bock
suoponder. Tear dealer hoi It If
hots alive- Itheun'lheohouldn t
be your dealer. Wn will mall n
pair on receipt of BI.OO. Nona
penuino without tho «tamp no
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