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'""' ( THRIOLA REGISTER FRIDAY DECEMBER 14 1900 m M IV, A J? IM ' II t leftl JliB &Cl ru ii't M wif Ui ! jpffl '1 "tt "Ml tiifti: ids or lad. IT: (,Y W pit 'wro1 ft ,$" SarfjU Mm raid Hills, Talked Business mid Pur chased h Tnpplm? Machine for Water Mains. Thoclty council met Monday In adjourned session to attend to several matters of Importance. Among other things they handed Prod Ilortoii a check for $1,2.10, tho prlco agreed on for tho gat well sunk on tho MeCarty lots for tho city. It was arranged to havo Keed, tho electric light contractor, put In a niO' tallic circuit from tho city hall to tho power house for tolophoncs. Bills were allowed nst follows: A. K. Donohuo, teaming, $1,50; II. S. Anderson, teaming, $.".G2! H. G. 1'nl string, extra police, W.'-. Tho complaint of Uert Coutant bo causo the electric light poles wero set too closo to his front gate on North street was heard but tho city decided not to heed. Tho street narrows at his corner and tho city located tho pole about llvo feet from his gato as tho toloplionc poles wero In tho way. Arrangements weromadoto purchase a tapping machine for tho uso of tho water works operating department. It Is a special contrlvanco which enables tho heavy iron mains to bo tupped at any given point without much trouble, and will bo tho property of tho city. It will cost $08. Tho Davis brothers wero handed a check for $8,1)00, tho remainder of tho purchaso price of tho dam and water rights at tho river, Tho salo is now closed and thoclty owns tho river, ten acres of land on the two sides and will make a contrai'tto furnish power totho mill which the Davis brothers retain ed. This ought to bo a source ofsoms littlo ro untie to tho clfy, fifty dollars a month being mighty cheap for nil tho power needed. Preachers Seeking .lob s. C. Journal: On to Washington K. is the cr, of tho army chaplains and tlioso who would be. Tho president is boon tohavctho appointing of twen-ty-tlve of them, unless congress re mains as godless as ifwas when it authorized tho last oluntecr force. Then it ruled out tho chaplains, and 3.j,000 soldiers went on the tiring line never a preacher among them. Of the 05,000 regulars out thero, not a sixth of them have sky pilots to point out tho way to them, for tho reason that tho piping times of peace had incapaci tated most of tho reghnentalchaplalns and as a result when training orders came tho chaplains cither resigned or got leave of absence. But now thero Is a now army to bo created, meaning at least twenty-fivo more chaplains. Tho war department knows by this tlmo thero will bo chaplains enough, even if thero should be sonio littlo de lay In getting the :J.ri,000 men recruited for tho now regiments. Not only are tho preachers after tho jobs, but some of tho churches mean to take a hand in it. A chaplain's pay of $1(10 Is not to bo sneezed at, particularly as the dignity of tho of fice Is tho rank of captain with forage for two hor.ses and the right to main tain a striker. Thero will bo no less than fi00 applications fortheso twenty llvo prospective jobs, figuring on all tho 2.10 chaplains who went out with tho volunteer regiments of 181)3, and ono-halftho others who contested t'r.eni for tho placo. Last Ispring congress was upbraided for nothiiving commis sioned chaplains for tho now volunteer regiments and sought to rectify tho oversight, but tho applications wero so numerous, tho men so good and tho chin cli lights so threatening that, in self-defense, tho house had to drop tho matter. Tliusjtho regiments went to thofiont withoutsplrltuul consolation, tho excuse being that they would soon bo homo again. Hut now eongiess is about to ralso twentj-llvo peimaiient leglnients, for, although tho bill Inti mates these shall bo uieiely temporary and in order to meet cm lent require ments, in army circles they say that an army ruiscd is raised for all time. This being so, eongiess will not daro to Buy that it contemplates sending soldiers to foreign lands to remain tho full term ol their enlistment, three yours, without sky pilots. "Thoro will bo not less than 5,000 applications for chaplain's orders," recently declared u Missouri congress man. "I havo seven from my dis trict." As thero aro fifteen congress man In Missouri, and only half a chaplain to tho whole lot on a basis of twenty-llvo for tho until e country, this looks as though tho ostimuto of 5,000 might not bo oxuggorated. It is expected the hardest pull will bo by the churches. Tho Methodists expect to have a pieponderanco of tho appointments because of the numeri cal ht length of their communicants, The Eplsi'opaloaus haw always fared well In these appointments, but tho Prosbjterians havo not paid much at tention to tho olllces, Tho Catholics, In 181IS, Instead of pulllngfor appoint ment, merely nsUodlhe wardopartmeiit to let them furnish chaplains for regi ments where the men might ask them, and about a hundred priests went out wlththe volunteers without goernmont pay or rank, protected 1j tho samo credentials that newspaper correspond ents carry and the right to wear a prescribed uniform In order to keep them from appoarlng conspicuous, as civilians in military camp must neces sarily appear. A chaplain In tho army fhas many dutlos to perform. Besides holding religious services In tlmo of action ho must bo just behind tho firing lino but in front of tho hospital corps, aiding tho wounded and administering tho rights If need bo. Peter Carroll Dead. Headers of tho ItroiSTttK will recall tho rather unusual misfortune of Mr. Peter Carroll, tlnJ old gentleman of some 70 years who lives wost of tho river, and who while trimming his corns with a razor unfortunately let tho blado slip and cut his toe. Months later gangt eno set in and when medi cal assistance was called his foot was very badly decomposed and tho doc tors took It off at tho knee. Tho op eration was successful and tho leg healed but siucotheu thopoison, which during tho months of doluj had taken hold of his wholo system, appear ed In his right foot and It is turn ed black. Another operation was im posslblo and tho doath of tho patient resulted Tuesday. Mr. Carroll was born In Hocking 18, 1827, and was Charlotte Secloy county, Ohio, May married to Miss Sept. (I, 1810. Ho Church of Christ at united with tho Billiard, Frank- lin county, Ohio, July 21, 1870, and lheda consistent Christian life till his death. Ho leaves a wife and five children llvosons and fuur daughters. Tho funeral was preached by How Weimer at the Church of Christ, corner Iirondvvuy and Sycamore st., at 2 o'clock yesterday afternoon. A Good Tiling. German Sjrup is tho special pro. scription of Dr. A. Hoschee, a cole- liruted German physician, and is ac knowledged to be ono of thoniost for tunate discoveries in medicine. It quickly cures coughs, colds and all lung tioublos of the sovoiost natuiu, lemoving, as it does, the causo of tho affection and leaving the parts in a strong and healthy -condition. It Is not an experimental medicine, but has stood the test of j ears, giving satis faction in every case, which its rapidly increasing salo every seasonconllrms. Two million bottles sold annually. Boscheo's German Syrup was intro duced in tho United States in 1808, and Is now sold in every town and village In tho clvilied world. Three doses will relievo any ordinarycough. Price 75 cents. Get Green's Pri?o Almanac. Will he a Gcntury Ilall, As already told in these columns thero will bo a big ball given by tho Klks to closo their week's bazaar dur ing the holidays. Tho now hall will bo decorated and tho polished hard wood lloor will lecelvo its first shock of rhythmically gliding feet. A ban quet will bo served during tho ovening in another of tho Klks' rooms and cor respondence is being carried on to so curo a first class orchestra from Kan sas City, Ft. Scott or Wichita to fur nish music. Invitations will bo sent out in Iola and a few neighboring towns and tho first century ball in Iola which will watch tho lleeting hours of 1000 and do a hot step in wolcomo to tho llrstmlnuto of 1001 will bo a dis tinct social event. It will bo sonio tlmo beforo thero Is another. Taxes are Itolling In. Tax paying time is now ripe and tho desks of tho county ticasurer's of flco are dallj worn by tho elbows of those who piess totho front as if really anxious to part with their money. On December II $5,000 was taken in; on tho 8th :i,0)2 and Dec 11 $2,028. November saw $1 l,i:M.(!2 cross beneath tho littlo windows and tho first cloven dajs in December saw $10,1)00. Itil fol low in tho samo way. $;il,0:t8.08 has now been paid in, whilo tho total to bo paid is about $100,000, of which but half Is duo on tho 20th of this month. Tho next eight days will seo tho rush grow, and tho big payers will get In, tho bankers, tho factories and tho railroads. And during tho tlmo liiuny pooplo will visit Iola from over tho county men who don'tcomo hero over twice or three times a year. Horse TJiett lit Su onuurg. Sheriff Hoburt was summoned by telophono Wednesduy from Savon burg to take a hand in recovering a horso and buggy stolen from tho barn of Mr. McAdow, the liveryman of that placo. A stranger entered tho barn Tuesday and hired a horso and buggy to drive to Stark. Nothing more was heard of him and MoAdow telephoned Stark and learned that no horso had been left thoie. Ho surmised that something was wrong, but despite diligent Inquiry, could find no trace of tho rig. Believing that it is a caso of bold lobbery ho wants tho sherlfl to seek tho dopurtod thief. New Songs Not Cutchy V New Play Too Droll V Now Opera Too Long ? Why, what on earth alls you? Is It Indigestion ? Get a bottlo of Dr. Caldwoll's Syrup Popsin. It keeps you straight trio jour around. I buy It at Clias. B. Spencer, Iola and Kinno & Son, Morun. II I A big Meeting Monday Night to Urge Prominent Men Make Ad dresses and Enthusiasm Is Shown TIio now Chief of Police is Stirring Things tin and the People are Hacking him Topeka, Dec. ll-( Special. ) A big temperance rally was held In tho Auditorium tonight. For several years tho liquor traflic has been en croaching upon Topeka, and recently tho "open door" policy has been In full operation. This aroused the tem perance element and a temperance man, F. M. Stahl was appointed chief of police. Ho has waged a relentless war upon tho jolntlsts, aud they suc ceeded In holding hp his confirmation by tho council. As an indorsement of his work and to revlvo interest in tho temperance causo all along tho lino, tho big meeting was hold tonight. 1'Mward Wilder, treasurer of tho San ta Fo, presided. Addresses wero made by C. S. Gleed, Henry J. Allen, C. J. Devlin, Bishop Mlllspaugh, Judire Martin and How A. B. Hostwood. Strong resolutions weie adopted. A splendid musical program was also rendered. (overnor Kcvokes Requisition. The county attorney has received woidthat Governor Pointer of Ne braska had i evoked tho requisition to cently issued for .las. II Worlej, This news came as a surprise to the authorities. Worlc.v is wanted for rape. He lied and Governor Stanloj issued requisition papers to get him from Nebraska wheie he was located. Governor Poynter signed the papers and Sheriff Hobart went after Worlej but found him too ill to travel. Sev eral weeks havo now elapsed and Wor- ley is about recoveied and now Poj li ter refuses to give him up, declaring that It Is an outrage that ho should be brought to Allen county to bo tried. It Is certainly an outrage when a man can commit such a base crimo as did Worloy and then escape punishment through the mistaken kindness on tho part of an arbitrary ofllcial In whoso power the matter lies. Maude R. Adams of Dayton, 0.. writes: Gentlemen; Tho requirements of tho last society season with lato hours, promiscuous eating and irregular habits left me a physical wreck. Sick Headaches, Indlges.lonand a sluggish condition of tho organs wore my daily torment unti, I tried Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. Yours Is truly a household remedy with us. Gratefully yours, M,wir. H. Adams. Sold by Chus. B. Spencer, Iola and Kinno & Son, Morun. OKLAHOMA CITIES. Show That Uutliorie Still head Okla homa City by it Narrow .Margin. Washington, Dec. Ill, Tho popula tion of certain incorporated places in Oklahoma having mote than 2,000 In habitants aro as follow s: Blackwell, :2,2S:i; i:i Heno, :s.U:i; Knld, :U41: Guthrie, 0.001; Kingfisher, 2,.'I01; Norman, 2,225; Oklahoma City, 0,070; Perry, :i,:i51; Ponea, 2,528; Shawnee, .I.-102; Stillwater, 2,4,11. Tlic Rest Plaster. A piece of flannel dampened with Chamberlain's Pain Balm and bound to tho allccted parts is superior to any plaster. When troubled with ltimo back or pains In tho side or chest, givo it a trial and you aro certain to bo more than pleased with tho prompt re lief which It aifords. Ono application glvos relief. For salo by Cola Drug gists, A Keen Clear Rraiu. Your best feelings, your social position or buslnoss success depends largely upon the perfect nctlon of your Stomach;and Liver. Dr. King's NewLlfo Pills give Increased strength, a keen, clear brain, high ambition. A 25 cont box will make you feel like a new being. Sold by I'vai.s Bro's Druggist. Trade Marks Designs I Copyrights Ac. i Anrnno enrtlnij n sketch nnd deicilptlon maj qulcklr ascertain our opinion freo uiMiuim iret! vrin Tmtpiitfihln. Pnn tether an Coiimiunlrn. tinniBtriciiirroiiUdeiitlal. Handbook oil I'Hicmg inviMiiimi is iiruutuuy imiPwaDio, sent f ree. Oldest airencr for aocurlnir patents, I'atents taken ibrounh Munu & Co. receive tprrlil nulkt, without cuaruo, In ttio scientific tf mencmi. A liandsomelr Illustrated wecklr. culatlon of anv sclemtnn Imiriml Lnrecst clr. reart four months, L Sola by all newsdealers, i erins, 3 a Co.3B""Md. New York Brand) Office, eaVBU Washington, D, C, I HOMEMADEPRESENTS 60ME OF THE PRETTY NOVELTIES THAT ARE BEING FAVORED. The SuKfcratlom rilven Are All Sim ple Idea Thnt May lie Knally nnil Quickly MnterlnlUed Some Ac eeplnlile Glfl. At this season of the year everybody is busy with Chrlstuins preparations, and tho Indies aro scinching every where for Ideas In fancy work. Thero rcnlly are a gteat deal of genuine satis faction aud pleasure In the exchange of gifts In one's own handiwork a sort of truo delight peculiar to tho feminine fancy. The average woman resorts to her needle and embroidery silk for Christmas fancy work; some prefer to paint or sketch; others etch; many do exquisite china painting and not n few turn out some real gems In crochet work. For the embroidery worker there nte some pretty new things along tho lino of heavier work than was fashionable last season. Veil, glove and hnudker chief eases, necktie folders, etc., are made of pique embroidered In conven tional designs. Ono of these, a veil ease, recently done by n girl of orig inal ideas, had the flop worked about the edge with a plain, heavy scallop In red and a largo monogram In solid red cross stitch worked hi tho center of tho Map. A handkerchief case of pique Is very elegant, with a border scallop of blue nnd a conventional scroll work ed at tho center of the cover In threo harmonious shades of blue, A simple way to make n catchall hag, one of those very liaudy adjuncts to tho dressing tnble, Is to cut from linen two pieces, 11 Inches long, rounded at the bottom and to tho casing for the gatheilng eoid or ribbon. Above this allow three Inches for the Haps, which will fall over tho bag when drawn to gether. Stitch the two pieces together on the machine from the easing mound to the casing, i Mowing a margin of one Inch alt around the edge. Do not stitch the pieces togi ther above the casing. Then emlii older a plain scallop all around the marginal edge, holding tho two pieces together, but above tho eas- A? Qlores. 1 M&A&AA SUOOKSTlON 1011 GLOVE CASK. Ing the scalloping Is done on the single cloth to permit of un opening. Any naturalistic design of Mowers to suit the worker's fancy can adorn the bag, and of course tho ribbons should match In coloring. Dresser scarfs of sheer material uud milled about the edge are always ap preciated things to receive, but there Is a much newer Idea that Is Irresistibly pretty. Fine and delicate inullu or eveu organdie Is used and a sort of slip (like a pillowslip) made of suitable size, with both ends left open and fin ished with a deep hem nnd hemstitch ing. A fancy embioldery stitch can be ndded If desired. A pad of some dain ty tint pink, blue, lavender, yellow or gieen Is made of china silk, filled with one layer of cotton and scented with Mieliet nowder. This Is slipped Into the case, and a huge eablson bow of wide satin ribbon of the chosen color fastened In th lower left hand comer holds the pad In place. SCARFPIN ROLL. It In n Vorv Attriictlitt flirt Pop n Mini. To make a pietty scarf pin roll, lino with silk aud fill with a uittoii wad ding aud bind the edge with a silk cord. Two Inches from one side fasten to tho lining a felt belt half an Inch hi width, as shown In tho Illustration. Tho belt Is made of two thin pieces of felt. At Intervals of thicc-quaitcrs of an Inch tack tho belt down with two rows of stitches a quuitor of an inch SOAItrTlN ItOLI.. apart, making openings through which the scarfplns aro to bo Inserted. Kill bons are fastened at ono end to tie the roll. Close the roll like a book, toll It up and tie w Ith the ribbon. It should then be four Inches long and ono Inch 111 diameter. I'lns should always bo Inserted In tho belt with Unir heads toward the mid dle, whoie they mo coveted with tho flap, so that when closed up they will not fall out. For gieater safety two flaps may be used, but It Is not neces sary. The same thing will nerve to l-eep a lady's stickpins If It Is not need ed ns a gift for a gentleman. V v vlinM'JJiUnlf (( -. i ' I.- Ss,ss YULETLUE PRESENTS. HINTS FOR voUNG LADIES WHO MAY BE IN DOUBT. The rent Tri-xmlM Are Tlinar Yon Mnke Ynurrplf Sonic Pretty mill Bliltnlilp elfin nml How to Con. trnct 'I'll rm. Here aro suggestions for the making of n few useful m tides, one or more of which may serve to complete some body's list of Christmas presents. AD are enslly made, and any ofUiem may bo used ns a gift for a gentleman, which Is a very desirable featuic. A MLOTTEIt COVKI1, A very attractive littlo hanging pin holder can be made of cardboard, dec orated linen and a small piece of vel vet. Cover with linen two pieces of cardboard 4 Inches wide and 4 inches high, using the Illustration to obtain the shape. One of the pieces of linen should bo embroidered or painted with a littlo SDrny of flowers. Iiaee tho cards back to back and overenst them together all around the edge. Cut nn other piece of cardboard two Inches in diameter and with bran or fine snw dust mnke a small pincushion covered with muslin In the shape of a mush room top. Cover tho cushion with vel vet nnd fasten It to the heart shaped cardboard pieces with glue. Stick pins all mound tho edge nnd finish tho cush ion with bows and n ribbon to hang It up. The center cushion limy be used for scarfplns. A bag to hold a pack of caids Is an acceptable piesent for nnybody who plays. To make one, cut a piece of caidboaid the sl.e of the end of a pack of cauls, cover It with muslin and then with the material of which the bag Is made. Of the many materials that can he used a good quality of silk plusb or French cretonne will piove very dura ble and satisfactory. Line the goods with china silk, ami of It form the bug && hanging rihcnsnio.v. two Inches longer than the pack of cards, allowing loom for a beading at least an Inch wide, and provide tho hag with drawstrings. On n piece of thin white celluloid paint the spots of some caul In the pack and sew It fast to ono side of the bag. An odd card inuv bo tacked to the bag or the spots em broidered on a pleco of white linen. It would be advisable to cover a piece of p.isteboaid with tho embroidered linen, as It lends a stiffness to It ami gives It more the nppeaiance of a genuine caul. To make a pretty blotting nail, cover a still' piece of cnitlboaid (! or 7 Inches long aud I! Inches wide with 'inbleaeh ed muslin and then vlth white or un bleached linen upon wl'leb n pietty design In violets has been painted or embroldeicd. Catch a pleco of ribbon half nil Inch In width down the citli'i length of tho cover, leaving It n Utile loose in places where a supposed stem misses under neath It. The design will have Mio ap peal mice of a number of violets held down by a band of ribbon. Fasten this upon a number of sheets of blotting paper, with mniiuscilpt rivets at one end, and finish with a violet ribbon bow. 1'ronentii Kcir flic Si-rvnntn. The problem ns to how we may most acceptably and at the same time most wisely make a choice of Christmas gifts for our servnnts Is ever n per plexing one, says The Ladles' llonio Journal. Little additions to the bu reau, a pair of decorated linen covers to bo used alternately, a pietty plr or hairpin cushion, a brush ami comb case, a whisk with ornamental holder and, as an Incentive to tldv habits, a linen laundry, shoe or duster bag, an luibrella pocket or an ornamental sciap basket, for the servant who has un pi hie In her sutroiindlugs Is mole liable to be careless and less likely to spend much of her leisure time In her loom. Servnnts, as a rule, feel com plimented at any endeavor on the pint of the mlstiess to make a usetul gift; also an ornamental one. In nur thoughts for tho cook It would lie wise to discover her Impeiatlve needs. A warm w nipper or mi'' gnr lnent ready made, a set of aprons, both oinaniental and useful, can hardly fall to please, while a purse containing money always proves tho light thing at the right time. The flirt They Prefer. Women prefer some fluffy gift which, despite Its delicacy, Is useful, while men like a little severity mixed with prettluess. R R. TIME TABLES jpBffilji WEST I'liwctiRcr No 201 '2 y i m I'lisvcnucrNnarj, t inim Uicul freight No 2IS ; ,,.o p m l'usscniicr No 202 .. ., IJOpra I'lisMMiKcr No 201. . , io urn Ixienl f relKht No 210 . 12 in urn I.0011I frclitlit No 220 siSpro No. 217 curries p.is.scn!(UN between lulu und Cinnutc Freight Nu 2'iurmiidlip 8 ID ex cept Monday. Ju rrTWc liuvc iloublo triln service o'"" tour ist sleepers between Chicago 11ml California lire models of perfection, there Is noother line running through trains between Chicago i.ncl (. iillfornl.i We run through fast vestibule trains between Chicago. Colorado bpilngsand Denver and passengers leaving on our 1 j p. in t,r"!n,n1 t St. I.ouls the next morning at S.30, Cllicago D n, and Toledo nt .1.10 p in I am agent for the White Star Steamer Ltno ana the '1 ruvclcrn I nsu nince l o, It w 111 11 rford us great plcasuro to give those contemplating a trip routes nml rates A F.UOMt Agent 1'AST No 10 Passenger No 122 Freight No 9 Passenger No 151 Freight 7(i3pra a on p m s M 1 m WKST 1.1A 11 in t"No 10 has reclining chair car seals freo St. Louis to Wichita and elegant day coaehca lfnn.nu fM ,.. ,' I..,. I... .... .,. - No 455 and 4 carry p mongers bet v. ecn Ft. Scott and llast Kldorado No change of curs between lol.i and St. Ixiuls arriving at St. Louis 7 20 n. m. Onlv ono change between Iola and Denver or Pueblo, arriving 11 1 Pueblo ?,l0 a in. Colorado Spring! 'J.:iflu m, Denver 12.10 p in. II I!. ALLISON. Agent. Yardcnglne leave Iola... arrive Ijillarpe leave Lallarpo arrive U& Mo It Hemming leave Uillarpo urri t lulu. . . . H2u m .. . 1 ."0 a m .. .. .. 1). 'na m 7 00.nu Swum . ... Ill u in 12n-pm . ... UAipm 12 t'i pin 1 11 p 111 " r p in . ... 1. 10 pm ft 15 p m ( Vi p ui TltACY lil sup lonvelola. . ... arrive uillarpc leave Lallarpo . . arrive Iola . . lento lol.i . ioavo Lallarpc . .' '..' arrive uiinirpu leave loiu . .. W. 1: n Carry Your Golf-Clubs To California Don't givo up golf In winter. Follow your lad in winterlcss California under summer skies. Golf grounds and expert players at prluclpal Cali fornia resorts. Exhibition games, Janu ary. Februarv, March, at California resorts, by Am erican champions, David Hell and Willie Smith. The California Limited Tri-weekly, Cllicago to Los Angeles. Beginulug late in December, dally, Chicago to Los Angeles and San Francisco. Finest train In the world Only lino under ono man agement, Chicago to Cali fornia. Santa Fe Route Ask for Illustrated pamphlets R. A. EDQAR, A Kent. Atchison, Tnpcka& Santa Fc Railw.i) Iola, Kansas, stalls Dont Be Foe 3-. The market It l" it lpl Trabw with worthless at inS.-" jKi?l To protect the put. til Vf3fc,iMBrs especial attention t ,Jo 3yM0y mark, printed on c lc- ijfcrsrxJ' 7. Demunil 'he , Bp Por bile by all X -flS-. 1 J DR. P. E. WAUCh t OFFICE OVER EVANS DROb 9 - -A Cancel- on Her Tongue Cuied V I'.iiu. Leavmvvoith, K.u Hatu or Kansas, ) l.o.venwortli Co. J B' Jauey I'urvle, being dulj swo cording to lnv, deposes aud i she hint a cancer on hi r -oi was treated August 26, lh',)8, I C. Molaiughlin, of Kausat. i with bis painless remedy o and tumors; that In about on her tongiiu was well, ti.ul and well today. There wbh from tho application of tbo n as shu could read during 1 1 1 -treatment. Janky i'uuvie, 8U0 H. Hr Bworn to me, Thomas I, .1 a notary public, this 17i March 1000, Lcavptivvfjitb, I (uiial) My coniiul'Niiii August 21, 1000 i' imt iC- bxt lid J. 8., i-r iii ui Ml H, St II, I) I "Thou changest not yet, I a ways changing," wild tho sub-'im to Rocky Mountain Ton. Mado by tho Madison Medicine Co. 'tfe. A your druggist.