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TViaf i wooden shoed, simple
mtiulcil goose girl should plunge
mtmarcha anil monarchies into a
moi,l mysterious confusion of af
fair is a novelty. Yet the love
ly Oretchen, the heroine of this
fascinating old world novel, ilitl
jiiit that, for no one can deny
that Circnstcin is a land of ro
mance. There Carmichacl, the
dashing young American consul,
learned of the dangers of falling
in lovo with a princess; there
Ilerbeek, the wily chancellor,
tried a muster stroke, evilly de
signed, to change the history of
i throne; there royalty in dis
guise wundered und plotted und
learned to know fellow human
beings; there the treacherous
-Magyar gypsies lurked in the
shadows to abduct a princess.
And through all the little goose
girt trod her lowly way toward
u fate thai the magic wand of
chance had destined she must
fill- a fate as amazing as it Is
fascinating to read about,
OUl. IN IIAI.S.
Jt N old iiiiiii (IhIIm'iI In ikttiri-KqUP
patches and I ii iters mil stil
iiinl leaned mi liU stout oak
stuff, lie Iiiii walked liuny
miles fliul day. Ills pennant garb lit t li
IT CIIUIIlKt'll lilt tluo lu-.iil. Ills e)es
were blue und clear anil furscelng.
flio e)es of ii hunter or u wisslsiiinu.
The ufli'liiiHiu glow of the Scptcinlier
him litmietl along I lie dusty ulilte
highway. I'niiii wheio lie stood tile
lti.ul trailed otT miles Is'liHul mill
wound up MX I feet or mure iilwte lilin
In tin1 unci! lit I'lly of Ilrviberg.
Across n lofty Jumble of li.irruu rock
mill gl.icl.il il.'fl. now tuiriillnir ulul
darkening nrt the tun mellow ti! (n IIh
decline, lay the klngilimt ot .lugciid
licit. Hy mill hy lil gate win cud.
ulul one puitlciihir patch In' the Mil-
ley. Imiiwii from the Iteming of many
Imushod horses, caught ulul iliuluiil
his Interest for u space. It was the
liillllury lleltl, ulul it (.'littered iiml sclii
tllhltld ullll Hipiadroli lifter HiUiiilrot
MTlii phlNsopky of war x In pre
pari for It. I' mused tin- i.Nl man. with
ii Jerk of hit shoulders, "'ranee.
So the mnller nun.. 'Iluie In a Nil
mlcilll 111 I'hl lice. Iitlt mi Poll.lplirte.'
lie liiiiglicl li'niili ally and cni'illnilsl)
glanced fit Ills watch, a I article M hlch
mint h.iveinst lilm many und nany ii
potiiln pati h. lie stepptd forward lie
had follouiil yonder gome jlrl eicr
Hlme, llie liHhi" began. t)f the little
'wooden shoes had lugged, but here
they wen: still u liiiudr ') yiinls or
innie iiIiimiI oil lilin
.The little goose Mil was 1ml ed llied
iihft III llll woot.cii nil ics j.ivv Iiimiv
li-r Mint heavier, mid tlie little hare feet
neh. it dull). Imt Iter linirt was light
uuil Iter liilml dr. eet ulth happiness.
Hay lifter d.ly h!i. Ind tended the
H'ee In the vnl ey and trudg'd buck
' - ut evening iitnlle. -nil told u matter ol
' IWclic miles, und now she was bring
ing '! Into the'iliy pi c!l In the
luinket mi the iiiorrow. After thai
the would li:it little to do suit) an
liopr or tun ut nlghi hi u tavern culled
"' the Him k lluglc. wheie klie waited ou
' patrons, '
I'roeutlj there was a clatter of
liono.. il ,1 1 1 1 l of hit mnl spur mid
Miboi. Half ill dozen mounted olllcors
Imtttd iti Tun pea mi a I on the puru
pet liuliiutly m-ngnlcl ono of the
men. He saluted with u humbleness
which lirke.l hlliierlly. It mm the
grand ilulii" himself. There was Gen
111 I Illicit lt' loo. und wiiue of Id
rlulT. und u smooth fined. liitiiNome
young iiiiiii III eh f I. a n riding iluthcii,
wlni. ihjilgh' lie n de like u uiwilry
lnaii. uiik olivliuisly of foieln lilrth,
liu englishman or mi Aliierli mi.
Wlii'.ii Hn- liiuitcaile ictuhed the
l-none clrl the pence pf the scene vuii
iVluil forl'inllh. CotfiiMlou look up
Ihu Kccpti-i', Tlie Hilly eeee. lilHtend
of reiii.iliihn: oa the let of the ro.ul In
nifety. Ktr.il.1iriv.iy iltiteruilneil that
tiieir luM'ii of refuve una on the op
piwlte k!i)c. Conk. .onk' (Jiiack.
HU.H'k! They KciutiiMeil. Ihcy hlun
ili'lril, I hey tleiv. r-'oine trltil to rii
oei- the liorM'", mine einleinoicd to
'IJie civilian loiil.cil t(imi:iy ut the
T "Jj Otnrt!,"ltP "ii Liluicd In IhiB
jw:i& 'i . ,; .
"VhaPl II V." iiRltod the-iliric, uuth
jt'llim up' tho ri'lU'i. ,
"Tim dl IV f.ci. It Ulieittillfill"
.Tim illll.e, ufler n Khl me. leadll)
nieiil. "Von Aiuerlcnim are ahvayK
"I'letl) llk'llle, loo." tilld lilin of the
nliU, it riiloliel Hill his eje held noun
of Ihu nlwlliii't II Imlliithili ulilcll
jinriii'li'llo'il the Amcrli iiii'h.
Tin' pHine vlil Iiml tn.'ii lliU look In
nlluT IMi'll'n i't' Mhe knew , fulul
Hilor MH'H ilinlrr ltr Inn ii nil whiimI,
'Hh IliH'li iirtK'Miliil vilili iIimiI nml
rWMll I bunder Hi'il Hoiii Misl Him
I'll) tHltw I' imii Hi' lniiii
IhIiIiIm id Hi- hiri'iH li"'i ofluc
I'lHHllllU l'll-llll' II i UIIIHUl
llMPt1 lU IWIIKMlMII.nl v4i II iWMlli
Copyright. 1909. by the Uobbi-Mt rrill
dre-ixcil nH n lntner. He wiw tnll,
pllauily built. Moral n n lklm;, hii
exxliitf ii shiRiibir beauty of the man
ullne oilier, lie hum fomtl to flat
ten himself nxiihiHt the wall of a
'lou-e, hN iirius extended on either
dde hi it kind of temporary crucifix
Ion. i:en then the Mlrrup of the
Mnerhaii touched hliu sIlKhtly. Hut It
fan not the louth of the xtlrrup that
tuiiicil uuil. ii twi me iiiiru. cicaii
ill nice oi me liner, oiur nicy neie
hy the .'oilth darted Into a doorway.
"lie? Whit run he lie ilnllin horeV
No, It Ii ulleily liupoMillite. It U mere
ly it llkcnesi."
He veiiturul forth presently, none of
'he peitilrh.itlou. however, pine from
lil-t face. He ran hi hand iuros his
hill. Vim. he would let his heard
The duke and hi evort turned Into
the hrouit mid restful sweep of the
KoiitcslniHie. At the cud wus the
tlhreiislelu I'lnlz. the Krent sipnire
round nlilili run the palaces and the
royal ami public Kiiiileus. The halt
wns Jnade In the courlyard unit ull
'I he American thanked the duke
itrntefully for the ue of the horse.
"Vou tire welcome to n mount nt nil
Hums, Mr. Curinlchiiel." replied the
.hike pleasantly. "A man who rides
is well ns yourself may he trusted
iliynhcrc with any kind of n horse."
Tlie group lookiil iiduililiiKl.v ivt, tb
ohjift of this marked nlteiillon. Here
was one who bud fccii two years of
oitstmit mid terrible warfare, who
had ridden horses under lire und who
bore on his body' many honorable
senrs, for the creat civil strife In Amer
ten bad come to Its close but two years
before and Europe was still captive to
lerr)iiuuemeit nt the military prowess
if ti erstwhile Inconsiderable Ameri
can. As Carinlcbael saluted mid turned to
leave the courtyard he thiew n swift.
M'urchliiK Kbince ut one of the palace
windows. Did the curtain stir? He
could not say. He continued on, cross
IliK the 1'hlU. toward the lirutid hotel.
He was a bachelor, so he might easily
have bad bis ipuirters nt the consulate,
hut as usual with American consulates
een to the present time It wiki sit
itatid lu an undesirable part of the
town, over n blcrbulle freipiented by
farmers and the middle class.
Where had he seen that younc vint
Meanwhile the ponse Klrl. now Join
ed by the old man, marshaled her
geese and proceeded,
"What was that sou;; you'weru slnK
lu before the horses came up?" ho
"That? It was from tho poet Heine"
He stared ut her.
"Heine? Can yon read?"
A goose girl who rend Heine?
"And the music?" be Inquired pros
"That Is initio" with Iho llrst sign
of dlllldence. "Melodies are always
running through my head. Sometimes
they make mu foiget things I ought to.
"Your own music? An Impresario
will ho dltcuver-
lug J on i,otne line
d n y, mid your
fortune will be
The light Irony
did Imt escape
her "I am only
n goose girl."
He fell disarm
ed, "W Ii n t In
w 1st fully. "I
iii'iit knew any
father or moth
"Ho Hut who
iiiiiuhi yon i n
"A ll'llttl, f)H?.
I am i"1 ' A i iiosi
ll ill In Hie UK imlnu ill an Inn lie
ml In ...ile ini.utliys rtln'il u
. v. mi- uiM liui dfttp. . UI
'i lo ri'd iiml hi He I kmm llwl
ll) ill) Ml. Ul I' ' of ml, Ihjl
t'l.ince h.i. the most Interesting lilft-
tory. that Oerinauy lias all the pbllos
opbeiH ami America nil tlie money."
adding a smile. "1 should like to see
"Do jou the ulonc?"
"Xo. I Iho with tny fester mother,
who Is ery old. I rail her grand
mot her. She took me In when I was n
foundling. Ami what might your name
"I.udwlg I nm n mountaineer from
"Wo me not friendly with your coun
try." "More's the pity. It Is n grne blun
der ou the part of the grand duke."
"Wi.rn't It nil about the grnnd duke's
"Yes. Hut she has been found. Yet
the duke Is as bitter ns of old. What
Is this new found princess like?"
"She Is beautiful mid kind."
Tlie geese wele behaving, nml only
occasionally whs she obliged to use her
He nhscrusl her critically, for he
was Interested. She was not tall, but
her lithe sleudeniess gave her the ap
pearance of tnllncss. Her hands,
rough milled mid sunburnt, were siliftll
and shapely. Her hair, lu n thick
braid, was tho tone of the heart of n
chestnut bur, mid her eyes were of
that mystifying hazel, sometimes
brown, sometimes gray.
-How old are you. (Irctchen?"
"I do uot know," she answered,
"IHTliiips eighteen, perhaps twenty."
Arriving ut length In the city, they
passed through the crooked streets.
"Cretcheu. where shall I Iiml the
"I will show you. You are also a
stranger In Drelberg?"
They took the next turn, and tho
weather beaten sign Zum Kchwnrtzen
Adler, hanging lu front of n frame
house of many gables, caused tin
mountaineer to breathe gratefully.
"Here my Journey ends, (Iretclien, at
the lllack Kagle." he said.
They were passing a ch.'k mender's
shop. Tlie mail from Jugendbelt peer
ed hi tlie window, but thitu was no
clock In sight to give him warning of
the time, mid he dared uot now look
at bis watch, tie hud a glimpse ot Hip
am lent clock mender himself, however,
huddled over u table upon which sput
tered n candle. The eyes of the two
men met. but only for n moment. The
mountaineer still ted to cross the street
to the tavern.
"Good nlglrt, Urelclieu. Good luck to
you ulul your gece tomorrow."
"Thanks. Hcrr I.udwlg. And will
jou be h.ng In the city?"
"That depends; perhaps," adding t
grim smile In answer to a grliL
He offered Ids hand, which she ac
cepted (lustfully. He was a Strang!
old 1111111. but she llkisl him. When she
withdrew her hand something cold
and hard remained lu her palm. Won
tiers of nil Iho World, It whs u piece of
gold! Her eyes went up quickly, but
the giver smiled iciissiirlngly und put
a linger against Ids lips.
"Hut. heir," she rcmoiistruUHl.
"Keep It. I glie It to you. Do not
ipicsllon I'rorldi'iice, und I am her
handmaiden Just now. Co along With
So Oretchen lu n mill state of'gtupe
faction turned away. Clut-chit! sang
Iho little wooden shoes. A plaintive
gonk rose us she prodded u laggard
from the dunk gutter. A piece of gold!
Ciat-clut! Clal-clat! Surely this had
been a day of man els.
Shu was regarded with kindly eyes
tilt the dark Jaws of the Urunierweg
swallowed up both her mid her geese.
"l'oor little goose girl!" he thought.
"If shu but knew she could muke h
bonfire of u thousand hearts. A line
day!" He eyed ngiiln the battered
sign. It was then Hint he discerned
another leaning from the ledge of the
first story of the house adjoining the
tavern. It was the tnriilshisl shield of
tlie rnltitl Stales,
"T'iii wcl.s tramping about the
country In lids unholy garb, following
false trails half (he time, living on
crusts und i old meats! Ah, you have
led me a merry dance, nephew, but I
shall not forget!"
Hi- entered the tavern and applied
for n room, haggling over the price.
The nights were chlly. Caruih hnel
lu older In tluisli his cigar on the little
balmily flouting his window found It
lie essary to pin on his light oercoal.
though lie perfeilly knew Unit he was
lu no manner foucd to smoke on (he
b.ilcouj. Hut the Ii it t It was he wanted
a char vision of Hie palate nml the
lighted wlml'iusjllurciif mill of one In
particular.- IlelinIJliiiijiinre sense
than Tom I'onl.dho Shelter of follies.
She was an far icninw.l from him a
Iho most alien of 'the planets, but the
magnet slilll eier duiW 'the needle,
and a wiui'mii shall cvtr diaw a mail
lie knew Ihit II was I iipoHlhle,'tlml
It grew moie luipiiHslhle day by day
mid lie railed al himself bitterly und
lid sighed and teeter. d bis legs
('Unulcbail sighed fir Ihu I'llmi'ss
lllhli (.null', iiii'lcisiiiiuhiiu ii was
sigh tir i line, nml the hpli'i iiuiile nf
I'lpnuslnll winrs inn. t illulii).
ANli'ir C'liriul lni'1 "r Irish ll
WW. If it H Aici'i leu, li ii'Jlli'il Hiur.
IUI'1 rlew liui e ii III I It' n Ilitl- l 'hIi
ii llllle it bill' ul Ilium nl Hie ill
IrlHiul'ii i ' Mil' il ullll Hie Mill)
li'llUtf f. oi for I Id' mil' Mil" U Iiumu
less hy choleo has n Mlhlle poison In
hi.s blood. He was at Holin when Ihu
(Ml war came. He went back lo
America and threw himself Into tlie
fight with ull the aider that h.id made
his forbears famous hi the sen he of
the woith'es S uirts. It wnn't n
oucstloii .w.ih hliu of tlie mere low of I
nglillug. or til-sing 'I lie penny, lie
knew with will h side he wished In
Mil. He Joluisl the lavalry of the
north mid h.iumicied mid louht his
Wily to a capialinj He was wounded
lite times mid linpil'olieil twlie. At
tlie end of the (iinllli t be returned to
Without any Iniliieiice whatever save
his pleasing address iin.l his wide edu
cation he Illume) ci! the slate depart
ment out of u consulate. They sent
hi m to l.hrctistchi at n salary not
worth mentioning, with the diplomatic
haio of dignity ns a tall In the kite.
Two )enrs hi any one place was not
In reckoning as regardisl Carmlehnel,
yet heie he was. curing neither for
promotion nor exclinnge. So. then, nil
logical deduction simmered down to
one chert he. 1.1 feuiine.
The dreamer Is Invariably nipping
in cr his Illusions, and ('nrmlc Intel was
rather ho)lsli In Ills dreams. What
absurd toti.tinccH he was always weav
ing round her! What exploits on her
behalf: Hut necr all) tiling happened,
mid net er was the grand duke called
iiisuii to tifTer his benediction.
It was all cry foolish mid romantic
and Impossible, and no ono recognized
this more icaillly tliuu he. No Ameri
can eicr m.iirled u princess of n reign
lug house, and no Amer lean ever will,
This law Is as liiimnx utile ns the hlw
of gnnltiitlou. Still, man Is master of
his di ea ins. and, he may do nit he
pleases lu tho confines of tilts small
"How the deuce wltl It end?" mus
ing half aloud. "I'll forget myself
Borne day nml trip so bard that they'll
be asking Washington for my recall.
I'll go over to the gardens nml ll.iten
to the band."
He wus standing In front nf the ho
tel when he noticed n closed carriage
hard by the fountain In the I'latz.
"I In. a fare!"
A woman In black, thoroughly veiled
nml cloaked, cmne round from the op
posite side of the fountain. She sike
to the driver. The lady stepped Into
the carriage, the driver woke up his
aueleut Iliuephalus and went (llckety
clack down the Ivonlgslrasse toward
the town. To Caniililuicl It was less
than an Incident. He twirled Ids cane
and walked toward the public gardens.
The band struck up again, mid he
drifted with the crowd toward the
Within n dozen feet of him. her
arms fol.bil across her breast, her
eyes hair shut lu the luxury or the
senses, kIimhI the goose girl. He smiled
as he rcciijlci! the encounter 'if that
afternoon. t wus his habit to ride to
the maneuvers eiery day, and scleral
times ho had noticed her mid her
"Why couldn't I have fallen In love
with some one like this?" lie cogitated.
Colonel ion Wiillensteln nf the gen
eral stntT approached her from the
other side. Wallcnslcln was n capital
soldier ami n Jo) fellow round u
board, but beyond that I'arnilchael
had no real liking for hliu. There
were too many scented notes stuck In
The colonel dropped his cigarette,
leaned oicr Gretchen's shoulder ami
spoke n few wimls. At llrst she gnie
no heed. Tlie inlonel persisted. With
out n word III reply she leiolutely
souglit the nearest policeman. Wiilleu
stelu. remaining where lie was, laugh
eil. Meantime the policeman frowned.
His excellency could not imsslhly have
Intended any wrong. The law of re
dress In Khrcnstclu had no niche for
(he goose girl.
"Gooii cvciilug, colonel," said Car
michacl pleasantly. "Why cuu't your
bandmaster glie us light opera once In
'1 he colonel pulled Ids mustache In
"Light operas nre rare nt present,"
ha K'plhsl., accepting Ids defeat amia
And then u pretty woman rose from
ti chair near hy. She nodded brightly
at the colonel, who IhiwciI, excused
himself to Carinlcbael and made off
C'urmtihiiel lookul round for firetch
en. She was still nt the side of the
pollccmain She cmne buck.
"Did you get your geeso together
without mishap?" he asked of lur.
Tho Instinct of Ihu child always re
mains with tho woman. Gretcheu
smiled. This young man would be dif
ferent, shu knew,
"They were only frightened."
"Wo don't have gooso girls In Amer
ica," be said, '
The muglc word America, where the
gold came from, tlumcd her curiosity.
"You uro fiom America?" ho asked.
"Are you rich?"
"In fancy, lu dreams," liumoiously.
"Oil,' 1 thought tliey were all rich'.
Old you light lu tho war?"
"Yes. Do you like music?"
"Were )nu cier wounded?"
"A scralcli nr two. Hut do you like
"Very, Very much. When they play
Hcethoiin, lliich or Meyerbeer iich, 1
seem to live lu miotlii r t niiulry. I hear
music In ciorylhlti'.: lu the leaves, tlie
nil ii. the wind, the stream"
It neiliieil slr.ilige In lilm Unit he
llllll Mill llollilll at III t, Iho nlui.Ht
lliiiiovcrlan puilty nf her speii'li mid
Ihu freedom Willi HllhllVbo vpoku
The aveliig.' I't'iiHiul Is Igtioiiinl, dill)
ililll, Willi n wienbill.iry nf few wnnls.
"Wltii I jour mnilc?"
"II Ii ii K"nl ihiiiie. l N rmiiuui
"(liHlie ui.s.1 l "
n be dill' i 'in nib Inn I iibly rn
'mini h "UIPIlK'
He wns Mlllliig to swear lint .ho I
was making fun of lilin. Was shu a
slinfile gisise girl? Was she not hoi no
thing moie. something deepei? Wur
clouds were forming In (be skies, i
'I hey mlc hi L-ailpr mid strike nt nu
ll le. Al.d win bill l!l. I'reteh uilld
ptslllie sit Ii it w in.lli spy ? Klireli-
slil.i wilt not I in-.. 1 1, i was true.'
In. t Iho tltti-t). wl'i lit 'J'ltuu t loops,
ti.s ni'e of t e m il y i'.il e.i l.i I li.'a'.
Ill inlhoti i. I'll I J" .11.111 i Isiii.ilcl. s ,
plf lis. lie Vies ic-.ti.ltil) u. led, but i
H ir.a.lie ut II r h.u.i'.s i.l .tohnl hh '
dniilit.1. 'Ili.-.it h.it lis c.ctv iue.1 to
tint. 'I hey were hi no way cUgtiUcd. I
."You lute lit-eii tiMlitstl?"
"After ii iiiiiiiner. .My teacher was n
kind' pried. Hut he iieier knew that,
with know edge. Iw was in open the
gates of tl.seoute.lt."
"Iliin you are i.ot happy with your
Is mi,- one. hen-?" iiuletlyi "Anil
who might yoi lo, nml what might you
lo doing hero lu Hrellierg, rldliii! with
the grand duke?" '
"I urn the American consul."
(iretehrn took it step bail;.
"What d'.il Colonel Wiillensleln Bay
lo )ou?" he iM'ied.
"Nothing "f luiuirtmice. I nm used
to II. I nm perfts'tly utile to take euro
of myself." nil iinswerfJ.
"What did the l-ollccuiaii say?"
"What wou'tl hn sny to n booso
"Shall I speak lo hliu?"
"Would It really do any good?"
"It might. Tlie duk Is friendly to
ward lue. and I nm tertnln he Would
not tolerate such conduct hi his police.
My mime Is Carmichacl, Now,' lis
ten, (iietclien-lf nt nny time .you nre
in trouble ) nit Mw III Iiml me at tho
Grand hotel' or;nt thj tunsulnlo next
door to the Iltiiefc. Kagle."
"I flluill ivni'emher. Sometimes I
work In the llluek Kagle."
"Gis.d night," he said.
Dretchen extendisl her hand, and
Carinlcbael took Jt lu his own, Inspect
"It Is n good hand. It Is strong too,"
"Jt has to be strong, hcrr. flood
Carmlehnel ruUfil his hat again, nml
Oretchen breathed contentedly ns she
saw hliu disappear In tho crowd. Sud
denly she felt mi arm nlp through
hers. Her head went round.'
"i.oo?" she w hlspc red. ".'.
It wus the young'ilutncr whom Car
mlehnel had pushed iigalust'tho wall
"Who was that?" lie nsked. ,'
"Hcrr Carnilehael. Jho American
cousin. j -
"Carinleliael!" he gasped. t
"What Is II, Irtstr
"Nothing, rnly I grow; mail with
rage when nny .or these geullenien
tiii: mvki: m
speal; to you. (leiitleiuen! 1 know
them nil to well, All. hovt 1 bile )ou!"
Gretcheu tin IIh d.
"To me tlie woild began but two
weeks ago. 1 li.ue Just begun to llie,"
he wiilsM rid warmly.
"I inn sad and lonely tonight," pin
"Leu, as ii1ik.1i us I love you, there is
always u Hhaibiw."
"It is a I ways ut night Hint I nee you,
rarely hi the bright daytime. What do
jou do during the da) ? It ii not yet
illllil!.c. What do oil do?"
"Will )ou trust me a little longer
tireliheu. ii"t u little lonrer?"
(To Be Continued Next Week.)
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carry In Imr purso n booklet nf
(lOUHAUD'S OIHI'.NTAI. IIKAl'TV
I.HAVKH. This Is u dainty little
booklet of exipiUllely pertunieil mw.
dured leaves which ni easily ro
mneil mid applied In Ilia skin. It
Is Invaluable when the fa n become!
iiiulst nml Unshod and Is fur superior
In a piiwder puff us H lines not spill
und soil Hi" dollies.
It H'lnure ilhl, mu it mnl KH'ite
frniii tlie face, InipiiitliiK n cool, rid
li'Ulu hlooiii In Ihu Himplimliiil rteilt
MII)V.ITII mi lllllll n( I'lll' Ci'llU
III lniiiM nr colli. I' T IIDI'KINH
17 HitMt Jmiiisi ilrn'i, Nnw Yni I;
liiiinii isi ut nil sou I'Is'-k
Hie, lioiliului lined Id tin lliillii
& HsVLHr Isfl siPjvsM R?9t lfif Vi f CW EfV n rnv'
I WA mmwl SI if I
Don'1: Poison Baby.
COUTV YIMKS AJ( nlmost every
parfKorlt! or LiUiUtiiini to mako it
und afciv tliops oi iniiiij- will jirodueo llm sleep fWnu ulileli tlnrti Is
no lviiUIn?. Muuy nro tlin children who liavo been I.Iiled or whoii'liciltli ba',
been ruined forlifo by puretjorip, laudanum and morphine, each of wliiiii Is n
nnrcoti-iprodiKtot opittui. Dniglsls nro prohihited from nelllm; rilher of lha
narcotics named to children nl all, or to' nnyhisly w.ifiout labeling' them
"jtolsoii." Tho definition of " narcotic " Is: "A mnUrine irhlch rfllevts pnhi
ami jinxlucci tlicp, but which In potionaut dotes jiroJucci idixir, comu, roiiviif.
lions ami death," Tho tusloand sinell ot medicines containing- opium nro dis
guised, mid sold under the ti.iiuert of "Drops,' "Cordials," "SooUiIng Hyrups."
etc. You shoiilil mil p.T.nit, uuy inr-dii Inn lolsj given lo your chiblreii without
yoiiiii'jour phyt.lilau know of what II is composed. ('llNti)rlu dois nut coil,
iigiiiiiiire or AtfyZ
"1Iit frtspiot.ily .trMint CariLrU for cum
nxia altiut&Uuf thllJrt n i ;t!t psi.1 tDuitt.'
W. A. iiiixi,u.i, M. 1).,
lluEilu, IX. Y.
"Al th futlirf f IMr-rin cld'il-i-ii I rrtUlnl
know tiiinothliig slN.iit y.itr nrint incOti Ino n.1,
pi) ftont tn tmn fiin'ljr .iHrtiiii-. I Lav-, In
my yean nf l-rarllie, fnuml t'atuirla a Hi;iuUr an-t
tClcUultuluitljrltlLl inmt tit rjr limn.."
V. J. McC'iusN, )t 1).,'
Children Cry for
hi Use For Over
I DM CilMaatMC.
A Clean House means a
clean mind, pure thoughts
and a desire for meals', be
cause they, too, must be
clean. Any one can have
a clean house by using
Pan ka Hana
The best cleanser of floors
on earth. At your grocer's
R L. WALDRON,
and Children, t
mother thought her child must liavo
nlccii. Tin-so druin will pro'lme t,li ep.
f(Y" i Y'
"I fln.1 your Ctulurla la ttj UmCdkX In tk
' V. U-yi; ii. n ,
"I itJct to what art- raltisi patent tuntlriiiea,
wtit re makt r atono ktinvi a tt bat fluff li put In Itieni,
l.ilt I kmnv llie ftirinnla ut (inrl'aaturlaan.l ailtl.a
ltuistlilpn.nrrapis, I ) tjjit ll t.) Ihj a trt-r utt
t til, aa Will tu haruiliai faiultjr mc ll( Inc."
N. 11. Kulii, M. 1).,
3 0 Years.