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EH FREE'AN ARIZ0NA BANK Rewardof Merit. We Are Making' Prices Tall iri a Way that will map&e 'liagHt Pvirses Buy Heavy Lpads i A New Catarrh Cure Secures National Popularity in Less Than One Year. Throughout a "great nation of eighty million It is a desperate strujjffle to secure even a ret onithm for a new article to say nothing of achieving pop- Send Name and Address Today You Have It Free and Be Strong and Vigorous for Life Can Tf12 Palatial New Heme of the Prescott National Partial Description of the Mott Elaborate Bank Building: in tte Southwest A Brief History of the Institution. INSURES HAPPY HOME - S20.00 Men's Suits or WEAK LOVE AND A Overcoats. Yours for : mm mm 5& V I.. W. KNAPP, M. D. How any man may quickly cure himself after years of su.Ti-rir,s from sexual Uness, Jos' vitality, r.ipht losses, varicooclc, eu., arl enlarge small weak oviiis to full sizf nr.fl vlor. Simply send vuur i.aiue and aildn-ss to lr. I.-. Knapp, i'-J-0 Hull lU-U . Detroit, Mirh.. ui-.il he will gladly s-n.l the free receipt wiih lull directions so tliat any man may :i.ijy cun- himself ;it htm:e. This is cer i.iiniy a ir.o.'t gi-nrous offer ami the fol J'.v.iiik exiraets taken fr.m his daily mail hhjw what men think of his tiererosHy. "Hear P:r: Please acc;t my fincere tl-Miiks for yours of recent date. 1 huve ivc.i your treatment a thjrot;,''i tst and ttu benellt hua bi-en cxiraonlir.ary. li. THE DOCTOR'S UMBRELLA It Cane in Handy When Ha His Letf. Broke TJeeaiiFO his knowledge of surgery t'-ll him tint h. iv-id reefived :i sever. wound v.hih needed aj'idiances v,hich' w tre not at hand. Ir. Walter I-c-:-tcr rf X. West Fifty-first street. I toix his umbrelhi into strips and. with ; these and th iios. made a splint and i Pauucs if.r r.is oroKi-n log. 3 1? was en a street car a f w day?; r . on his way to attend a consulta tion in N ew .Je r s e y . It wa s a m ti r k y (niy and th( streets w;r.- slippery villi rind At th- Pennsylvania ferry at Tv nty-third street ne signal 1 to the c.tnrtiR-ior and a mom--;it later swung f-iC thf i-ar. i e missed his footing and was 1 lirown. H is leg bent tinder him, and j ho si. nk down h- real'::--d that he was badly hurt. i.;. s.tanders assisted hSm to a neighboring doorway. declining o-Ters of further assistance h- himself made an examination of his injury. ,f resting his lingers into his ! g as r 'Jen tl-ssly jih a ny physi-ia p. will a pati.-nt. he discovered a com pound fracture. J leaf?-, in.? th n:-:d of speedy treat . meiit and pressing the bones into place iv,.- b-sr h ''.nld. he looked aliout for QUE ECTTLI3 CURES. kMc8flfney,s '$ C BladderCure J G Thin la not a earo-nll bnt It Is a ir lor . 1 . back, eertala and tlMroutfh. cr PKina in tha naail C lji rritnosof tlie biaddar. firtcbt' 6ifK-aa. -female -truablM. iaoontU nt:nu of urine, brtek dutdiK9lt. bed wetttng of cbtlar&n, s ravel, Call tones tbfck, turbid, frothy urine, dropsy, tfimfeetef. torwhtc tsko ten drops of jutifVarmvy'a Kldaejr -aad. Bladdr-.Cw em retirtof at nelc. y c c KM Ale XROtTBLES. 9 Tcr the iiiw.sM pecndfr to lf '4J males HcltiinMy'i ttvw -' iT. tutor, taan In cotrncettoB witd Ci; tb, tb. B.feTy and piaOOer Cun, 1 exett. a b.Soial effect. It tend. to teen llTAr. iromMih and bo-wn! . la br.aittiy ocnvlitioB.ttiiis reaor. inrthatnoictproKriOMQrceoCtbe.. g n.ofa't dlatzasauia; complalata, . jo 0 ,BOTnjcl)ianT-1m .x. Hi. HoI)dw4 nro tbac porolM.t . SJSr.f"'1 "h to 0 lao. M an Ihn travl cdbOuc jorora xh plaro r cava away to Tod I an ajlattJul to ataW : ? 11? oae It. acted Ilk. . V otaroi. Thar, ark a niuriber ol 1 VeopJam-thia locality aazbraa-to ,M Jtotir woittlariul jn.dc4a. wo tt plearrn nU sg aixi'Bottlw -cftraVa Yonr. truly. Jamk ir.JTrKR.o!c. -J Macamt). Jio7)onouirj.Co., Illlnoig. W 5 SEND 25' CENT S'lV STAMPS FQR 5 DAYS" TREATMENT Sidney and Bladdn Cnra..W0 Liver and Blood Purifier. .! JL2S I' Fort Sai-k mr JIl-L. Dutsaiara. jmt""If vonr ri'-nr-rrfst rinn not tettmr J McBurney's Kidney and Bladder Cure, will send to any addrcua ez rya press prepaid) on receipt ox price. W. F. McBLRNEY, Sole fllr., . 1 ) 4i31.. ip-iiz St., Los Angeles, Cat. WKicfney ' 4 iff 'VAV.-I j has ompletoly braced me up. T am Just ur- i;ui'ju . v urn a. ihj uiiu uu i-iin- not realize how happy 1 am." "Ooar Sir: Your method worked Ix'au tifully. I;hmUs wpiv exactly what 1 ni'cdfd. tUrt-nnth and vipor have com pletely returned and enlargement is en tirely satisfactory. " 'Dear Sir: Yours was received and 1 had no trouble in making use of the re--e:pt us directed and can truthfully say it is a boon to weak men. 1 am jrreaily improved in size, strength and vigor." All corrf sjKndenre is strictly confiden tial, mailed in plain, sealed envelope. The rceiit is fre for the aFliinif and he J wants every man to have it. splints and bandages. There were r.i.n at hand, but his umbrella was there. i u 1 1 k I y t e a i i n g t h cc v er from the frarrv. ho ripped this into strips, and a few more jerks separated the steei ribs-. !f.' placed the rods abuut the leg. with the strips of b,th. his handker- h: -f :-nd ne klifi. and drew all tightly together, ht -ding the broken bones in their piac -s. An ambulance had already been sum i::oncd, and wh:i it arrived Ir. "r.rr Iiad conipl-'tr-d an emergency trea n-ent equal to that of th" average am-bul-uii p surgeon- with all the material at hand. He was takr;i to the New on; hospital. xnd is. pfw in one of the rooms in th;- private patients wing of the institution. The u s of his unipue trvatment o his own injury has only reeen ly become known, and w as con t)i :r. -d by Mrs. ('bit la: t evening. New York Herald. Cv.t this out nr.d take it to Kivcy & Ilulert's dvuq: store and get a free sam ple of ,-hamboriatn'K Stomach and Iiver Tablets: the K-rt physic. They clso i-ure disorders of the stomach, bilious ness and headache. An Ait-hison pill is such a pronounced iV;i:i-bfy that likes to rs the Henty boolis. ITS MOROAX'S." I an:e to a mill" by the river side. - half mile Ions and nearly as wi le. With a forest of stacks and an army of men ToiHnu at furnace and shovel, and pen. hat a most m.nrnificent plant," 1 cri'-rl. And a man v ith a smudse on his face replied "It's Morgan's." I entered a train and rode all dav On a rearal coach and a rieht-of- a v Which reached out its crnis all over the land In a system too largo to understand. "A splendid property this." cried. And a mo with a plate on his hat re plied r "It's Morgan's." I sailed on a great ship, trim and true I-mm pomion to keel end cabin an.l crew. And the ship was one of a monster fleet: A first-class navytould scarce c ompete. "What a beautiful craft she is." I cried. And a man with akimbo lees replied "It's Morgan's. " i I dwelt in a nation filled with piicle. Her people were many, her lands were wid: Her record in war and science and art Proved greatness of muscle and mind and heart. "What a grand old country it is. j cried. . . And a man with his chest in the air i-enli,..! I "it's Morgan's." I I went to Heaven. The jasper walls ! Towered high and wide, and the. golden halls j 1 Shone bright beyond. P.ut a strange ! new mark Was over the gate, viz: "Private ; Park." j "Why, wimt U the meaning of this?" I -rloiI, And a sint with a, livery on replied "It's Morgan's." ' I went to the only place left. "I'll take A chan-e in the bout on the brimstone bike. Or pel haps I may be allowed to sit On the riddled .loop of the bottomless j ei I1'1-" ! But n le-rins lout with thorns on his i face ; .'i ied out as ho forked me oJT the pluce j "It's IMorgan's." About two weeks ago an event of mere th:n average importance oc curred in Prescott. On the morning of January 1! the doors of the new I'res t ott National bank were openod ami 1 the business which in the eighteen months suice.linff the preat fire had ' Veen conducted in small and impro vised quarters was resumed amid lux urious surroundings. . The ashes had hardly grown cold on '. tne old site before the removal of old ! i Inline builtlings at the corner of Cor ', tcy and (ourley streets whs begun to make place? for the bank's present pala J lial homo, which from an artistic point of view is the best in Arizona. It. ele- , , pint exterior is only in keeping with ' the splendid and modern arrangements of the interior. A bunk building" such us the following describes would be an Gir.ament in any city of the I'uion; ! The entrance to the bank is from or- t.ey. street, up a short flight of granite steps. p3ssinsr under a mighty granite ; , I. lock that is suitportel by four mag- ' : TdtUent polishfd graniio pillars, two of : which are twelve feet high and twenty- '. two inches in diameter, two being nine ' Icet high and fifteen Inches In diiiire'.er These pillars were brought from I lock- . al.. where they were quarried and '. polished to grea.t b.auty. and give an F-F pen ranee of strength and stability to the building. Pausing through the large double doors one enters the main ( lobby of the bank which is about 12x3." ! ' tv-ft in size. The floor of the entrance, a? well as the lobby, is made of inter locking rubber tiling, each alternating h.'ock being white and red. This floor- infT is the latest thing out for such pur '".a," 'S a r"a' nove,ty BS extendinB to the stonm. !i. c-a.iains .a- bcoumul. comfortable and durnUo. f tarrh )f ,he stoma,..,. i bouBht a Ofty i.aenns n sure footing to a person . n. kac of stuarfs catarrh Tai- walking upon it and at the same time b?iiig almost noiseless. On the left of the entrance is t-ttutiful large table with chairs up holstered in leather for the conven-1- vco of any one wishing to write a ! Iter, and this w ill be supplied with wilting material at all times. Also a large settle of the same style, where one may rest a few moments while waiting. A large high desk provided v. Ith p.ll kinds of blanks is also aT th- c'im'S-jI of the customers of the bank, Ail the Tui'iiiLuie is quartered oak viti fcr.dilen oak finish, as is the entire wood work of the interior of the bank vim-. ln:ikes a beautiful and perfect har ri'.ony in appearance. While -the buildintr throughout la lieatcd by hot water, a largo grate ha Iv.-tn pif.viued where a blay.inir and i.eerful Hit? may b-.' k.-it burninpr on a d. mp or cl-.ill;.- day when the furnaces may not be h-atst! up. (Ivor this grat-; u large plat- glass mirror whic h adds (.-rc-rtly to the appearance of the room, in fac-t, Tcth!n seens to have bc-n c"verlcoked whicii would add to xhc cjcnifort or convenience of thf patrons of the bank On the risht is the c ashier's rcertior. roi.Tn. whic-h is iilways open and where Ail. Fredqricks. the cashier, is always rc i'dy and anxious to meet, consult and ac;vis with any one. This room 1 h.indsorrely furnished and carpeted v. lth .1 fine rujr and is in keeping with every other detail of the interior. In front of the entrance are the depart ments for the paying and reveivintr tellers. These ari separate deiarl tr.wits. eac h teller being enclosed in a cage-like room with automatically c If f in dcors and with the exception of n small b;;sk"t for the rec eption of l epers in the partitions, the c afi.i are o'usolutely independent of each other. These cages, as well as all the railings, t ic, are made of brass with tne l!c, esbarf finish, whic h Is the latest and most expensive thing used for tho-o purpopes. The marble slabs for th.- tellers and cashier's windows are all F.gyptian gren marble and harmonize j beautifully with the railings. The ' eiccwic nxiures are all of antique j Ol t.S3. On the left of the t?Udrr. are the prl- A GOOD I'HAXGK. A change of Food Works Wonders. The wrong food and drink cause a lot of trouble in this world. To change the food is the first ilntv of son that is ill. particularly from stem- ' ach and nervous troubles. As s.n in,,., i tratiim: A ladv in Hie kmon Mills ; Aio.. has. with her husband been brought around to health acrain hv leaving off coffee and some articles of food that did not agree with them. ' r ney oegan using Postum Food foffee I and Orape-Xuts Breakfast Food Phe says. "For a number cf years I sulTeied with stomach and bowel trouble, whic h kept getting worse until I was very ill most of the time. About four years ago 1 left off c offee and be gan taking Postum. My stomach and bowels improf(l right along, hut I was so reduced In flesh and so nervous in.ii cue i?asi ming would overcome h'e - Then I changed my food and began using Grape-Nuts Breakfast Food In addition to my PoKtum foffee. 1 1 ved "n th??e two princ ipally for about four months. Day by clay I gained in fl -sh an'" strength un;il now the" nervous trouble nas entirely disapMared and T '""1 thnt I owe my life and health to Postum and Orape-Nuts. Husband ia 72 years oM an.1 he was t trouhl'Ml, for a Iouk time, with ora nional crampM. and slept hadly. Finally jl prevailed upon him to U-ave off cof , fee: and take PoKttim. tit stood out ' for a lorii? time, but after he tried Po tuin for a few day? Tie found that he ; could isleep and that his cramps dlsap- pe.jreo. He was Battened and has nev- had coffee since. I have p brother In California who has boon usinsr Postum for several years: his whole family use it also be- i cause they have had such good results : from it." ' ular favor, and yyet within one year Stuart's 'atari h Tabii-tsj. th new catarrh cure, has met with such suc cess that today it can be found in every drug: store throughout the t'ni ted States and Canada. To be sure a large amount of adver tising was necessary in the first in stant e to bii.ift the remedy to the at tention of the public, but everyone fa miliar with the subject know s that , advertising alone never made any - ar ticle permanently suet essful. It must have In addition absolute, undeniable merit, and this the new catarrh cuie certftinly possesses in a marked degree. Physicians, who formerly depended upon inhalers, sprays and local washes or ointments, now use Stuart's 'atarrh Tablets, because, as one of the most prominent stated, these tablets con tain in pleasant, convenient form all the really efficient catarrh remedies, such r;s red gum, blood root and simi lar antiseptics. They contain no cocaine nor opiate, and are given to little children ' with entire safety and benefit. Ir. J. J. Keitigrcr. of Covington. K. says: "1 suffered from catarrh in my head and throut every fall, with stop page of the nose and Irritation in the lets at my druggist's, carried them in my pocket and used them faithfully, and the way in .which they cleared my head and throat was certainly remark able. 1 had no catarrh last winter and spring and consider myself entirely free from any catarrhal trouble." Mrs. Jerome Kllison. of Wheeling, , Y. Va.. w rite: I suffered from ca- ; tarrh nearly my w hole life and last ; winter n:y two children also suffered from catarvhal colds and sore throat so much they were out of school a Icti-,; iMii lioii of the winter. My broth er who was cured of catarrhal deafness by using Stuart's e'etarrh Tablets urged me to try them so much that I diil so and am truly thankful for what .they have done for myself and my ch'ldrer. 1 always keep a box of tilt; tablets In the hous and at the first appearan' of a cold or sore throat we nip it In the bud and catarrh Is no longer a household afllictitin with lis." Kill! sized puckages of Stuart's Ca tarrh Tablets are sold for fifty cents at all d:-ugglsits. Send for boot on cause and cure of catarrh mailed free. Address. F. A. Stuart Co.. Marshall. Mich. arc- rooms for the use of the patrons of the safety vaults. This is a feature tr.e bank proposes to give special alien t'o:. to i:i the future. Tbe vaults, three in all, are just bacTc of the tellers' cages, and are'worthy of special description as they cortainly ar ; as fine, safe and complete ror their size as any that have ever been construe te.i ' In the United States. They were built the Metier Safe company of Hamil ton, Ohio. In the first place the vaults rest on a foundation of six feet of solid cement, into which had hen mixed scrap iron and steel as thick as It could be mixed, v. i::r h would make the voi k of tun nc ling under th? vaults almost an Ini-po-sibiliiy. On top of this have bee plfcced three layers of chilled steel 'tli'ee-eixhts of an inch thick each. Thf nlatpc have be,-n tested under II ' i in-,. of r,niwi rounds to the smiari . ,:.),. The vaults are also lined with the same ihinir. both sides and over head. Overhead there are also two fee o" eminent with scrap iron and stM. The entrance to the -vault is guarded by double doors of chilled steel c c-igh-Ing 12.000 pounds, the outside one of which is locked with triple time links. These doors are gl'dranted to turn any loci ever made. There are 102 safety deposit Iroxes so Foc-ured that th?y can- ' not be ojiened without the use of bot:i ,he 1 "-er's key and the master It ay. v.'h!ch la in the hands of the cashier, at lhe s,ame tim,?' The ,loor of thitt vault is mIko e,lll,lpcl " ith an alarm beil iw n,c 11 al"'a"s rl"s when the door 19 : reneu 01 1 ' T,'e cash vault is rtrc:iper tlran even , ""- ""aieiy urimaii vuuic. me ruw a:'c- i to It weighing 16.(;0 pounds and having nil the appliances above described. In 1 side this vault Is the immense sate. 1 hi reserve cafh is kept In the main department of hl1? safe, which Is se ' cu ed by a screw iToor which has been &icuiid in oil and is so perfectly flttinjr that the iinert pice of tirrme paper will 1 iot Hlt it to close. This is alro guarded by triple time locks. " j Pcsidis this there arc sixteen small safely boxes along the sides for the reception of valuable p-i-Ihts, and two larger departments at t;e bottom of the tiib'rs ' cash. Kch of these are lot ked with independent combinations. Th' bc-ukkeaper's vault is next to this, and vhilo it is abrolutcjy fire proof it is nof nr. intricate as the others. Over all. these Is a larg? stone vault for the gtriieral supplies of the bank. This is rf.ched by a handsome iron stairway rnr1 platform. On the right of the tellers is the ex- ; change, collections, bookkeeper's and ' assistant cashier's departments, while ; back of this is the directors private . room. Back of th vaults are fwnw ' for the janitor, toilet, hat and coat racks, etc. short history of this Institution will ' bo interestins ot this time. The Pres- cott National bank was incorporated 1" April, 18I3, with F. M. Murphy, YOU CAN NEVER MAKE MONEY EASIER THAN BY BUYING SHOES at Prices that give the Purchaser all the Profits president: M'irris coliHvat.r. v:ce pres ident: I'.. '. Woodruff, cashier: V. M. I'-rr. V. c. Hashford. Jt. Fredi-r-Icks and K. ji. Dickey, co-directors. The barikin?! rc;jm was i;i.?-i in tile old Levi Uashford buildin;; and was about liixr feet in Fize. Tne deposits at th e.lci cf the first year were 5i;.0c0. 'the lntitutioii since its or oranization has ..iid divid.ends of never lcscn than G p?r cent nor more than 1 per ce::t on a paid '.'.; c apitr.lization cf yiun.cac. has acc;u niflated an uiYli.vlded irol'u of $.0.00fl and built' onsc-r tl the finest business oi ;c-ks in . the scrturLwes:. The latest PiatemeafHsStiecl by the bank slimvs rfsourc-es anrc.untini? t-. STril.ioii.-T. an increase duiinf: the past two months of about Sll'O.OCnl. The present officers are F. M. Mur I liy. president; M. Oolduater. vi'.-pie.-ident: IS. N. Fred-.-ricka. cashijr; c". o. i:ilis. assistant cashier: D. M. Fcriy. I-:. It. (iasT-. J. c Hernclon and K. (J. Ui ec-ht, co-dire tors. - "The old things school boys say soir.etiic.es when trying to lie eutertain inrt are often spoken ojf," sjys a teacher cjuoted by the Philadelphia rtecord. "but 1 think the limit war, reached by one of my scholars a couple of weeks aero. I h:id been 111 fur several weeks, and the beys, were very uneasy about me. fp.cI phowai their solicitude by SuiTerera from this horrible malad; nearly always inherit it not necessarily from the parents, but may be from come remote ancestor, for Caaccr often runs through several generations. This deadly poison may lay dormant in the blood foi I renn. or until von tcmcIi wiVI-11. lii'o tctc ' the first little sore or ulcer makes its ap- pearance or a swollen g!and ill the f)reaat, or some other part of the body, gives the first wrmng. To cure Cancer thoroughly and perma-j ncnlly all the poisonous virus must be i , , " out. o. o. o. uoes, auc is the only medicine that can reach c!eer i seated. oli5ltin.it lilfH tr."i:jli1ri; tVtic ! When all the poison has been forced out of the system the Cancer heals, and the disease never returns. Cancer begins often in a small way. astht : following lei ter from Mrs. Shirer'show3 , Asmnll pimiile came on my jaw atxmt an incl ( dtiow inc varouine lciL&mc oi my lace It gavi cince. and I should have forgott'-ti r.'otU it had it not bcun to inilanieaad licit ; it irouKi bleed a liLtle, then acah over, ht ttoiiM tint hcp.l. This continued fornmetimc, when my bran to vrcll, becotni'ife very jm infill. The Cancer be can to er.t Rtii siritL umil it wains larse as a 'ft.'V-- IzHT. nan u'tiMi.wttr.ii netfva ImimefL.- oi t. cnacetemnn- wm' cd to give i a fair trial, 33ti nnn it vras icmr rtable jfaai Wnnt Trorlcrfid efTeet - it hnd from the very beginning ; the sore began U hcclr-ndsftc-rtakinia fc-w bottlcsdiiSrc-" timroly. This was tveo years nto; tlicicr.rc ctlilc rSiTl eorvliiiucKnocl. Mrs. r. SntnER, lji Plata, Mo is ine prcatcst of aj blood purifiers, and th only one guaranteec purely vegetable. Seat ' for our free book- o i Cancer, containing valuable and interest ' ing information about this disease, an! wme our posicians aoou t yonr case. Vi make no charge for medical nlvirc GOLDBERG THE SWIFI SPECIF13 CO., AUAKT. 04. 1 . y $17:50 Men's Suits or gty mar 'V Overcoats. - Yours" IvJ.fLMJ i f" "" "" H :v' s'V r : ' i SI5.00 Men's Suits or : fl S7V Overcoats.- Yours 9 $12.50 Men's Suits or jt tijCb1 jfif Overcoats. Yours ' ' '' - C $10.00 Men's Suits or- Ql'Kr' Overcoats. Yours vGy,j&irv3 $8.50 Men's Suits or t ''y " Overcoats. Yours $6.50 Men's Suits gf A & , ; c!4.J5 ChHdrens' Suits S2.25 S2.00 Child's Suits $1.35 Makers of Low Prices Remember Our Free Employment Office '.-ailinfc every day to inquire about my- j condition. When 1 was convalescent one oi" them came in tja see me. After fabnut her. the usual Rreeiin he stood awkcard- j I'nc-!r Frr.r.V Is she very handsome ly shifting: from one foot to the other. or or:ty exce-dinr;iy briliia.it? nostofi Finally Jie iookeel out the window, and ' Transc ri;it. .$ a happy thousht FtrucU hint. Vood- I o rf lni.ux cemetery was just a few bloi-Us J ' ' A fTRE OP LUiBWO - away. i'm tiv.-ful cjlad you're iictter. 1 ' " Miss Jones. h- said: -o;:t I wj.s just j W' f'- Williamson, of Amherst. Va.n a-thinkin th:it if you should happen s:lys: more thari a yftir tsurfcred i to get worse it is a rtooc'i thins the com- ' frr"n laniftosrct. r finally trie t'ham-'- etery is ro u.im.y to veil.' " -, A PRSTIFEFUiUS GERM. Burrows up the Scalp Into Dandruffff and .Saps the Hair's Vitality. People -who complain of falling hair as a rule do not know that it is the re suit of dandruff, which is caused by a pestiferous parasite burrowins up the scalp as it digs dcn to the sheath in which the hair is fed in 'the scalp. Be fore long the hair riot is shrive-led up and the hair drops out. If the -work of the germ is not destroyed hair keeps thinning until baldness - comes. Th? only v.ay to cure dandruff Is to kill the germ, and until new there has been no hair preparation thac would do It: hut today dandruff is easily eradicated b Xewbro's Herpicide, which makes hair glossy and soft as silk. THE DCUD TOR HofF' Genuine Cosuniotion Cure continues. We received this clnv AX- 1 OTHEI1 invoice of tha rerrMdv so as lo ft,llo,v t our system of running IRI"0 HTORE (that of ''vins 'i "h:,t - "- for,. a you Bear's Drug Store Opposite City Kjll Middle of the rfiock. Wc have bigh-c-lass liqoors na Wines tor Ued'cjl $3.50 $3.00 Child's ' Suits $1.85 $5.00 $4.50 Child's Suits $2.85 .Illf. lilt It lll.l. LilCTlCO tH1 Li.IllS t know, and that is everybody l-ttt!kiif j "ei -.am s i am jiaini ana it gave n . j entire relief, which all other remedies .2 had failed to do." Sold by Klvey liuictt. 1 . , ., I A fe,!ou- who lived irr-Patchosnu- -.n v.- v.iii.-n jjiri icn nis uogiie, Hut the d ue tore her clothes j And muddied her hothes. And she called the young fellow a hoprue ' :.. J.- M. Lewis. . 47 VAUIETIKS AV-e are the largest manufact urers of coin operating machin ery in the world. ' Write for our catalogue. M'LLS NOVELTY CO., Chicago. 11 to Pnuth Jefferson Ptl-eet. wM 1 Das at Proper Prices