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Buy only in packages prop erly labeled "Alabusttne." ALABASTINE COMPANY, O.RAND RAPIDS. MICH, and IOS Water Street, Now Vork City TULAfiE UNIVERSITY OF LOUISIANA Full cournew In Mngtmrni, rVtenmi, Engineer Inff, I,aw, Medicine, fl pi end Id department foi women In Newcomb College. Tulrnie make Irariere In all vocations. Ita facilities for lo ut nit Hon In Knginerrine are uniiurpaHed. TJn excelled opportunities lor (tie mud y of sugai CliruiiNtry. Kxpenaes low. Board and ccom modAtfon in ft no dormitorta at low rates. Op ortunuics suornen jot aeu-neip. no woTthj ov. if imfdy. slisll ha turned away from Hi noor. jviext nPfmio if.nb UCTOBE 1ST bSND FOR CATALOQUsT, addreau SKCKHTARY BRUFF, vi'nri tt'Itttinci TfTiwrwTtMrWt pie-nan Into that yo aw ta Advertls naat la this papr Ilnfrrrr?f JDi III I IMHIOKI iYJiEN J PAIH ANGUISH AHBELTHOU: BIRDS AID RICE GROWERS. Mlsrratlnar Birds Knloylnsr a Beaaoa of Prolcctlon In the Rice Fields of tho Booth. For the first time since rice grow ing has been an Industry of the south ern states the birds that frequent the rice fields are to be protected. The rice planters hitherto have regarded the blackbirds, mourning- doves, the little blue herons, the mendow larks, and other migratory feathered spe cii'6 in the light of enemies to their interests, and hav made concerted war updn them. The United States government undertook to show the planters the error ol their ways, ana the birds are to be left alone with a view to seeing what the result may be. - ' Late in the fall the great army of migrating birds reaches the southern winter camping ground. The black birds In countless thousands flock to the rice fields of Louisiana and Texas, The feathered hosts reach their for aging ground long before the rice planting begins, and of course can do no damage to the crops for the sim ple reason that there Is no ' crop at the season of arrival. The" planters, however, have been in the habit of employing people to kill the black birds, so that there will be fewer of the creatures to do damage when the planting begins. Recently the government sent .two experts, Frank Bond and George H, Keeney, to the rice fields of Louisiana and Texas to study, among other things, the question of bird depreda tions. They found that the rice bird, which is the bobolink of the north and which does such tremendous damage in the Carolinas, appears only rarely In the rice regions along the gulf. This bird, which is undoubted ly injurious to the planters' interests, was therefore eliminated from the problem as far as Louisiana and Tex' as were concerned. However, the blackbirds and the others named In this article were present In vast ntim bers, and a systematic study was made of their habits In the field. In harvesting, more or less rice falls to the ground. This seed is lost, but it grows up the next year as a volunteer plant and produces red rice, which is unmarketable and which chokes the good grain. The govern' ment experts found that the black' birds, the mourning doves, and the other migrants fed on this red rice all through the full and winter and destroyed incalculable, quantities of it, thereby makirig It possible to se cure harvests of goodi rice from the fields during the next season. These experts showed the planters, apparently to the latter s satisfaction, that the good which the birds do dur ing the fall and winter greatly over balances the evil that they do during the planting season. At any rate, the red winged blackbird, the cowbird, the crow blackbird, and some of their cogenera will be agreeably surprised this year when they find, on arriving in Louisiana and Texas, that they are not to be under the ban of death as in former years. THE J. WILKES BOOTH CASE. A Case of Queer Insistence That Had Kot an Iota of Troth on Which to Ret. That man out in Oklohoma who confessed on his deathbed that he was John Wilkes Booth, the assassin of Lincoln, and who was reported to have been identified a Booth by many witnesses after his death, presents a case of queer insistence in a claim secretly made for a little purpose of glory until it has grown into an actu al belief. Such cases are not wholly rare in human history. Nevertheless, the fact is incontest able that the body of John Wilkes Booth was recovered, fully identified, his private diary taken from his per son, and that it was buried in the Washington arsenal cells and kept se curely until delivered to his family for reinterment in the family burial plot of n Baltimore cemetery. In 1875 the Constitution published the letter sent by Edwin Booth to President Johnson, requesting the de livery of the body of his brother to Undertaker Weaver, of Baltimore. On the original letter of Kdwin Both, now in the posession of a citi zen of this city,-, is the autograph memorandum by President Johnson of the order directed by himself in the matter, and in which he grants the request and directs the delivery of the bodj. That order was carried out under instructions thut satisfied the under- tnkerand persons who knew J. Wilkes Booth intimately that the remains were the right ones, and so they were buried. All these luter-day-Booths are but men who hove nssumed the role from foolish bravado or become mo nomaniacs on the subject until they have convinced themselves that they were that they were not the original assassin of President Lincoln Atlan ta Constitution. An Old Trndltlon Shattered. In answer to the time-honored query. "What did the governor of North Carolina sny to the governor of South Carolina?" Gov. lleyward, the other day, stepped to the cooler and, drawing a glass of sparkling wa ter, handed it to Gov. Charles H. Ay cock, of North Carolina. Gov. Aycock was en route to Krs klne college, where he was to have delivered the commercemcnt address, but owing to the recent flood, which has delayed railroad traffic, the gov ernor was forced to lay over In Co lumbia for the day. Columbia (S. C.) Special. A Summer Masquerade Talk about the variety of a day In June! yesterday the fires sang like Winter in a hundred grates; the wind's keen whistle sec the blinds to (lancing, and rattling wlndow-punes were pelted with blossoms; the little brown sparrows were bljwn from their nests, and the surprised grass hopper didn't hop high enough to tempt the mockingbird, who canceled his contract for the concert, ii was as if frosty October had given June a sound smack i' the rosy middle of her reddening cheeks. Atlanta Con stitution. . It. Is Dawterona To Live, Drink water and get typhoid. Drink milk and get tuberculosis. Drink whisky and get the jim-jnins. Eat soup and get Brlght's disease. Eat meat and encourage apoplexy. Eat oysters and acquire taxemia. Eat vegetables and' weaken the system. Eat dessert and take to paresis. Smoke cigars and, get catarrh. Drink coffee and obtain . nervpus prostra tion. Drink wine and get the gout. In order to be entirely healthy, one must eat nothing, drink nothing, breathing one should see that the air Is propertly sterilized. Southwestern World. IVE or six years ago. wa, when the rnln-maKing ex- I 1 I periments were being conuuciea, nrsi si iihsii- Ington, afterward in Tex as, nir college chum and yWl I became greatly inter- I tjx.jr I ested in the subject. LTaJ We were then sopho mores at jj; .t-iemeniary chemistry was our regu lar course of study that year, and we spent most of the spring term experimenting on our own account and exploding a vast number of gas balloons. We mode a great deal of noise, and maintained thnt we produced rain Showers certainly did follow some of the explosions. The spring term closed on June 28, and all the boys went home, except my chum Jarvis and myself, who, in consequence of spending so much time experimenting, had been "con ditioned," and had a week's hard work to make up in our Greek. Bather than have it hanging over us all summer and into the next year, we agreed to do it at once and have done with it. Permission was accorded to us to go on living in our rooms at the hall, and the resident profes sor in Greek consented to give us an extra examination. Hardly nnyone except the old jani tor knew that we had not gone home as usual; for, naturally, we were not very proud of being obliged to stay after term time to make up our work. Wc stayed indoors all day, and burned the midnight oil, be sides. It was dreadfully hot during the last four days ot June, but we toiled away with Greek grammar and lexl con hoping to get home for the Fourth of July; and we should have done so, but our Greek professor ate too much cantaloup on the day set for the examination, and thought for 48 hours he had appendicitis. It proved to be no such serious trouble,- but- it-4indal wr pl..- The professor was not able to exam ine us till the afternoon of the third, so we could not possibly get home for the Fourth. Jarvis was furious. ' "Confound cantaloup!" he grum bled. "And confound a professor that doesn't know better than to eat it! No use to start now. We couldn't get home!" he raged on. "I won't spend the Fourth in a railway car! Let's stay here and shake the old town up! Let's send up a balloon at midnight! We'll make it rain here to-morrow!" Bather an incendiary sentiment, the reader will say, but we had been shut up with Greek for six long, hot days. We had access to the laboratory in Chemistry hall, where we hod our balloons, and generated the oxygen and hydrogen gas for exploding them. There was a quantity of cotton cloth,'paper and glue, which had not been used; and that evening we inude a balloon ten feet in diameter, which we succeeded in charging, outside the window, with oxygen and hydrogen from the laboratory retorts, in the proportion of two to one, that being the formula by which the two gases unite to produce water and a par ticular ear-splitting explosion. We finished the balloon, and had the gas generated at a little past 11 o'clock; and then, after charging a large Leyden jar from the static electrical machine, we started out to astonish the quiet little town, and usher in the Fourth of July. We had a large ball of strong ma- nila twine and a spool of small cop per vire,-thc ends of which were at tached for a spark at the base of the balloon. We led our balloon, like a frisky colt, along- the lane at the rear of the chemistry building, and out across the campus to the edge of the pine woods. Then we let it rise. The night was very dark and still, but cloudn had risen in the north and west, and there was a frequent glow of lightning in tnat quarter, although so distant that the thunder could not be heard. "There's a shower coming!" Jarvis exclaimed, as the balloon began its ascent. "We shall have to make haste." But as yet there was not a breath of wind stirring; the balloon had risen and hung directly overhead, and was pulling hard at its restraining string. We knew from past experience that when the electric spark acted on the two gases the explosion would be something tremendous; but we THE FOURTH OF A Ileantlfnl Cnotom Which Has Been Emtnbllahed hy Americana Rcaldlmsr There. A beautiful custom in London, which has been touchingly described by writers from this side, is one which Americans have established In memory of distinguished men of this country to whom a niche of honor hos been accorded in Westminster abbey. Ou the ..Fourth of July they go to the abbey and1 hang wreaths of flow ers or immortelles on the busts of Lowell, Longfellow, and the great American inventor, Count Kuinford, who was ennobled because of his services to sciene'e. Other celebrations of the Fourth are held on ships at sea, in remote col onies wlieio a few homrsinc rcrpie TisH.puf Miolir and spend tho duy ON HIS CGUSOWCE thought that at a height of 800 or 000 feet, out there by the woods, no damage would follow. And perhaps none would have fol lowed, if all had gone as we planned, but Jarvis had a great deal of trou ble connecting the wires. He was bothering with them for some min utes. Then suddenly the first gust of the oncoming shower struck us. What followed came quickly. The balloon swayed over before the wind. Down it bowed until the cord strung out far aslant. "Good gracious!" I cried, holding hard. "She'll get away from me, Jarvel Touch her oft quick, or she will break away!" In the darkness we could not see just where the balloon was, or what it was over. But' the next moment wc saw! Jar vis had managed at last to connect the wires and touch off the balloon. There came a sudden blaze and a tre mendous detonation, as if the whole town had cracked cleon down through the center of the earth! The shock bowled us both over, and we heard a crash of timbers follow ing the report. The thing hud ex ploded about 30 feet over the barn and shed of a worthy inhabitant of B., who lived near the ball grounds, and kept a lazy horse which he hired to the boys at such high prices that they had nicknamed him "Old Gripus." "We've done it now!" gasped Jar vis, as he scrambled hastily to his feet. "That's Old Gripe's barn!" But that was not the worst. Shreds of the burning paper and cloth from the balloon must have fallen among hay and straw, for even as we stood staring in thnt direction a bright flame shot up. from the building. The only thing left us now was to run to the house and shout: "Fire!" That we did with a vengeance, and soon roused the fire department; the new steam engine and two old hand "t.vilj" kupocll. Through theirnnited efforts, aided considerably by the shower which soon began to pour copiously, the old man's house was saved from the fire, but the barn and shed and an old buggy were consumed. . Jarvis and I were greatly worried, and, indeed, were on the verge of honorable confession of our act; but now, I am sorry to say, to our relief, we found that it was ti e unanimous opinion of every one, including the fire department and the owner him self, that the barn had been struck by lightning! For everybody in town had heard what thoy believed to be an awful clap of thunder! Jarvis nudged me in the crowd, and we went home to talk it over. We had very little spare cash, and disliked ex ceedingly to go home, own up to such a prank, and try to get $250 each from an unsympathetic father. "Chum," said Jarvis, with a down cast look, "this is a pretty low game, I know, but hadn't we better let well enough alone for awhile, at least?" It was a terrible temptation, and I have to confess that, after a great deal of mental agitation, we surren dered to it. There was $300 Insurance on the barn, but . the loss was estimated at $500. We never mentioned the matter to each other during our two remaining years in college, for we were far from rich; yet I knew by the way Jarvis would look at me once in awhile that he was thinking of it, and trying to discern how 1 felt. But we said nothing. Directly after- our graduation Jarvis went out to Hawaii, and I did not see him for three years; but we wrote every month or two. I knew thnt we should have to set tle for the damnge before we could feel right; still, I did not like to open the subject to Jarvis, for -I did not know exactly how he was situated. It transpired that he felt the same way about it as I did; but the sense of dishonor wore him out first. ' "I say, Jack," he added, as a post script to his letter last New Year's day, "Gripe's old barn is pretty heavy on my conscience, iiuiln't we bet ter fix that up? In'eqnity it will be a matter of $390, interest and all, which we owe to the Phoenix com pany, and $260 to Gripus; $325 each. Hadn't we better do it?" We squared up the long-standing "conscience account last month; and thus after six years ended our effort to make it rain in B. on the night before tho Fourth of July. Youth's Companion. JVLY IN LONDON in bewailing their banishment from home, and in prison yards, where the wrong-doer sees the .beauty of free dom, in penitential mood, and in the hospitals among the sick, the mo notony of whose existence is varied by tho solace Ofpat riot Ism. But, after alii it is' the children's day, by a large majority. 'Bnh for the Fourth of July ! Detroit Free rress. On the Fonrth. Green That dog doesn't seem to like the pack of fire-crackers banging away at his tail, does he? Brown He doesn't, but it's all bo cause ha doesn't appreciate the beau ties of American glory. Green But why doesn't lie? ' ' Brnwn Why, simply because he is an English setter. Judge, TOLD OF WOMEN. One of the busiest lawyers in Zurich is Anna Mackenrorth, a young woman still in her twenties, who opened the legal profession to women in Swltner- land. . Few members of the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals are ns energetic and faithful to the causa is Mrs. Florence C. Bethune, society woman and wifo of the well-known New York lawyer. Mrs. Bethune has within a few months caused the arrest of eight men for cruelty to horses, and in each case appeared in court to tes tify against the accused. After secur ing the conviction of a driver recently Mrs. Bethune announced that Bhe will now direct her energies against mail delivery contractors for inhuman- treatment of horses. In the last year Mrs. Bethune has turned over 38 sick and homeless dogs to the society. INDUSTRIAL ECHOES. The process of rapid tanning by elec trolysis has failea. Negotiations are in progress for fit. ting a certain number of light vessels round the coast of the British islands with wireless telegraphy. Every action of human free will is a miracle to physical and chemical and mathematical science, says Lord Kel vin, in the London Times. A speed of 40,000 words an hour was reached in a recent test of the Pollak and Vlrag system of telegraphy be tween Berlin and Frankfort, Germany. ' The tests of turbineengines at Elber feld, Germany, show a steam consump tion equivalent to about 11 pounds per indicated horse power an unparal leled performance in economy. FRILLS OF FASHION. AppliqtYM of muslin figure in mil linery. . If yon have pretty throat wear one of this low Byron collars. Jet fringesas well as silk and linen, are prophesied tremendous vogue, A shade between orange and rose is s ffective on either castor or gray. In colorings, marine blue and green combinations are still much in favor. Chains of daisies, violets or roses are worn by very young girls with evening dress. Long ends ornament everything fringes, ribbons and pendant orna ments. A. new sleeve has a long, tight, wrinkled cuff and a full puff above the elbow. Linen buttons embroidered are most attractive on gowns of the same ma terial. Bevers of white linen embroidered in red used on a gray serge gown are stylish. To get a really original chain return to your childish days and string joui own beads. A Woman's Back. Dublin. Mich.. June 29th. To the manv women who suffer with weak back and Dftina ind tired feelings in the small of the back, the experience of Mrs. Fred (Jhalker of this place will be interesting and profitable. Mrs. C'halker bad suffered! a very great deal with these back pains and although she had tried many things, she could find nothing that would relieve her. The pain kept on in spite of all she could do. At last she chanced to read the story of rother lady who had suffered with the backache, and said she had been cured by remedy called Dodd's Kidnev Pills, and Mrs. Chalker thought she would try the same ining. Alter the hrst two boxes had been taken ftcvording to directions, abe began to feel some better, and she kept on till at last she Was cured. ' Her pains are all gone, and she is very irateful. She says: 'Dodd's Kidney Pills helped me greatly, and I will always recom mend them as a cure for Pain in the Back." Accommodating. "Oh. let m like a sol dier die!" exclaimed the leading man of the barnstormers. "Oh. if I on-lv had' a nun!" exclaimed some one in the gallery, in a tone that savored of genuine sympathy. Mexico Saturday Night. World's Fair, St. Louis, 104. Of course vou are soinsr to visit the Fair. You want to see what it will look like. ' We have a beautiful birds-eye view (18x.)u inches) which will be tent on receipt of 10 cents, silver or stamps. Address. GhORGB MORTON, G. P. A., "The Katv," Box 911, bt. Louis, Mo. 'Yes. rince Mr. Gotrox broke a mirror yesterdav, he is convinced that it is very unlucky. "How superstitious." "Not at ill. It was a French plate mirror, and cost $400." Baltimore News. Ladles Can Wear Sboea One site smaller after using Allen's Foot Ease. A certain cure for swollen, sweating, hot, aching feet. At all Druggists, 2dc. Ac cept no substitute. Trial package FREE. Address A. S. Olmsted, Le Boy, N. Y. , Never advertise your troubles. If yon have bowleg, don't wear striped trousers. Chicago Journal. Piso's Cure for Consumption is an infalli ble remedy for coughs and colds. N. W. Samuel, Ocean Grove, N. J., Feb. 17, 1000. Its Status. Tourist "What is the si f this place, uncle?" Colored Citisen "Dis town hab got about 2,000 popularity, sahr-Puck; j . Opium and Manor Hnblts Cored. Book free. B. M. Woolley, M. D., Atlanta.Ga. Experience takes dreadfully high school wages, but he teaches like no other. Car lyle. Stops the Conarh and works off the cold. Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. Price 23 cents Put a beggar on horseback and he'll ride to the first place where he can sell the horse. Town Topics. A contented in ind i the best sauce for trouble. Plautua. "To tell you the truth" "Shshshl Don't try it, old man I George Washington did that once, and look at him now he's dead!" Baltimore News. Doing His Best. "You should always do your best," said the cheery philosopher. ''Dat's what I'm doin' now," answered Meandering Mike, '"m doin me best to kesp from workin'." Washington Btnr. Coddies "Whenever I see you you are reading a novel. You don't mean to say you remember all of them?" Short "Dear me, no! It's because I don't remember them I like to read them." Boston Tran script. .. Tom "I can't help asking my finncee occasionally why she loved me." Dick "Me, too. Mine always gives me a very satisfactory answer." Tom "That so? What does she say?" Dick "Because." Philadelphia Ledger. - Confused. "Did you say a chicken chews its food with its gizsard?" aaked the little boy with the high forehead. "Yes: that is practically the process." "If that is the case." he queried, sweet ly, "how can a chicken tell whether it has the toothache or the stomach sche? Washington Star. Tho Manual ot Arms. The young cadet on leave from West Point was being entertained by one of Bal timore's beauties. " They were alone on the veranda, and he was very stiff and military. "Of course," she said, "you sra quite proficient in the manual of arms?" "Oh, ves." he replied. "We'ra being constantly drilled in every known method of handling them." "If you nave your arms with you," she said coyly, "would you mind allowing me just a few of the methods of handling them?" "We never carry arms," he beftan, and then the electric lights were turned on in hw mental department. H is needless to say, gentle reader, that he exhibition was rnont satiaiuctory. j Maltimore American. THE FREE KIDNEY DOCTOR. It't th popl who doubt and beeouia euretl while tlijr doubt who Enitso loa'a l'ULg the Igheit. Aching WVs &r flamed. Rip, bauk, and loin natni ovaroome. 8 welling of the limba and drops tig us Vanish. They oorrect urine with brick dust BMllment, blub colored, pain in passing, dribbling, frequency, bud wetting. Doan'sKirintrWIta removo calculi and grareL Rolleva heart palpitation, aleeplearmeas, he dacha, nervousness, diKsinesi, Tatioravilue, Miss. 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"I wish to slate," said a fresh young law yer, rising in court, "that the rumor to the effect that John ' Doe, now under indictment for murder, has attempted to commit suicide has no foundation in fact. I taw him this morning, and he hae retained) me to defend hit life. "That aeema to confirm the rumoK" said, the judge. "Let the case proceed." Lippin cott s. i'C IFWriRV DIAMONDS. ) dfUCIfCLn la SILVERWARE. swigsra uni ..awe., a-riee. Mail Orders Filled. Catalogs FREE. IS beiS Hnat, at. Ma. For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of Jn Use For Over Thirty Years It Covered With Hair ? BE DOME " Money Orders, Checks and Stamps. Any of these can be sent. at 50c, $1.00, $2.00 and $5.00 the HAIR FOOD FREE To Enable the Public to Observe Its Purity, Learn of its Posslbilitiesand what it has done for others, large Trial bottle Cranl-Tonlc Hair Food and a book entitled Hair Care and Hair l-duc.tlon will be sent, by mall, prepaid , to all who send name and complete address, and Ten Cents in stamps or silver to pay poiUfS. HAIR - FOOD CO. under the laws of the State of Mew Tork. Seal 1 to this powerful lonlo. A'U j-our aruirn i 10 H.D8ON CHfcMCICAL CO., St. fcoula. Me, HXCK.LEUB'R'Ry 1 VMi WW tms otwraus eoneaxv. usw rem em. $5 WORTH FOR $1 FOR win !M That Every Ita Desires to Know :About Sanative Antisep tic Cleansing And about the Care of the Skin. Scalp, Hair and Hands. Too much stress cannot be placed on the great value ot Cutlcura Soap, Oint ment and Kesolvent in the antlaeptlo cleansing of the mucoos surfaces and of the blood and circulating fluids, thus affording pnre, sweet and economical local and constitutional treatment for weakening ulcerations, Inflammations, Itchings, Irritations, relaxations, dis placements, pains and Irregularities peculiar to females. Hence the Cutl cura remedies have wonderful Influ ence in restoring health, strength and beauty to weary women, who have been prematurely aged and Invalided by theee distressing ailments, as well as such sympathetic afflictions as anaemia, chlorosis, hysteria, nervousness and debility. Women from the very first have fully appreciated the purity and sweetness, tho power to afford immediate relief, the certainty of speedy and permanent cure, the absolute safety and great economy which bave made the Cutlcura, remedies tho standard skin cures and humour remedies of the civilized world. Millions of the women use Cutlcura. Soap, assisted by Cutlcura Ointment. for preserving, purifying and beauti fying the skin, for cleansing the scalp of crusts, scales and dandruff, and the' stopping of falling hair, for softening, whitening and soothing red, rough and ' sore hands, for annoying Irritations, and ulcerative weakpesses, and for many sanative, antiseptic purposes Which readily suggest themselves, as Well as for alt the purposes of the toilet, balh and nursery. ' Sold lhronihmtl. world. Cotleeri IWroit 90c. rla br f Chocolate Cooled Plllt lie. Mr rial ol SO). Oinl. V S"' ' Depotii Loodoo. Chomrhoiue So. 1 Paris, 1 Rut data Tola, Hoofcra, Iff Columbus Are. Po't.r rnijr a Clwm. Corp., Sol, rropritMrs. aa-rkod lot A Uook lot Wom.n." . Protect the Dfe! Every mother has bright hopes for her baby.' These hope, depend on the health of the little one during- trre arBt rcw yearr." K'DaT)? la sure to be well, fat and healthy It its health la looked alter. Baby's health depends on Its getting1 through the teething period safely. Babies are generally effected with diarrhoea summer com plaints when teething, which could be avoided by using McGee's Baby Elixir to digest Its food and prevent Its food from souring on ita stomach. McCee's Baby Elixir contains no opiates or poisons, or other harmful ingredients. It is especially suited to sick and well babies. Great care should be used la due time to prevent any trouble. Waed flooded. McGee's Baby Elixir regu lates the stomach and bowels, corrects Sour Stomach, cures Diarrhoea and Summer Com plaint, corrects Indigestion, prevents fermen tation of food in stomach and bowels. Baby Elixir will carry your baby through the dangerous teething period; prevents and cures fretfulness and feverishness; insures natural rest and sleep. McCee's Baby Ellxlr.-So harmless it should be used freely to prevent diseases as well as to cure. It cau never do anything bat good, so do Cot hesitate to use it if there are any signs that baby's digestion is out of order. Keep your baby's bowels lu good order to insure health. Wi Gee's Baby Elixir. Just as good In winter as summer ; also recommended to delicate women for sick stomach. Price, 25 and 50c. The Mavficld Medicine Mfg. Co.. St. I.crals. Dear Sirs I have used McGee's Baby EHilr with my little girl, two years old, and boy iiva yeara old, for 8ummer Complaint and Sleepless, ness, caused from Bowel and stomach trouble, with satisfactory results; advise all mothers te keep it on band for quick relief. Respectfully, A1K3. 11. H. RICK9, Bells. Tenia, S!-1rai Stands for Union Metallic Cartridges. It also stands for uniform shooting end satis factory results. As!c your dealer forU.M.C. ARROW and NITRO CLUB Smokolcss Shot Shells. The Union Metallic - Cartridge Co., BRIDGEPORT, CONN. FREE TO WOMEN To prove the neatlng and clrnnsing power of Paxtlna Toilet AntlHrpflr wc will mail a largo trlnl purknpe with book of Instructions abaolufeljr Cree. This in not a tiny Ftunpta, but Inure pack quo, enouph to convince nnyone of Us value. Womrn all over the country are pralslnff Paxtlne for whut It hnfl done In lornl treat mrnt of flnninln 111a. rur IntraU Inflammation and dlRcharre8, wonderful an a cleansing Yap i mil douche, for sore throat, nasal catarrh, a a mouth wash, and to remove 1 tartar ana wniten tho teeth. Send to-day; . postal oard will do. I RM by drnnliti or snnt poitpnld hyiR, rntmt lnrae hoi. AittuiHctlnn nninnf.fsai. TUJS H. X'AJLTO U,oi VoiuMbai At., lloton. Mas. , Shirt WaisfSala YV'J! c"r y a tnaiitl- ll Wul.t at l.,r I., ar JtlatrrlMt. Closlne eut of a a.hlrtwal.lm.ker. Mali. ill. f.ncrd.rk .11 1... 1 v. jLmbrDid red whit, or i.l,.r.l 4?e. Oarm. In .i .In,, In white or ar. ;c. Moll. cl Kr. o oi.hu. WILKIKKUte f, or. 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