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BOY OWNS UAILROAD.
BUILT IT HIMSELF. ON HIS FATHER'S FARM. """ Tb Rolling Stuck CoiiNUtii of mi F.ii . fine and Two Con, and tlir Line It Him Bt a l'rollt The Lail U the En - Clut'er. (Waterbury (Conn.) Letter.) OBERT M. . TY LER, the son of William M. ' Tyler, has built a perfect ly equipped rail road with rolling stock and locomo tive on the farm of bis father, at Buck's Hill, a su burb of Water- bury. He built the locomotive himself. Ho surveyed the line, decided upon the grades and curves and aided by ordinary labor made the roadbed, laid the rails and now runB the engine. The boy railway king, as might be expected, Is the envy of his contemporaries. He Is presi dent, he is treasurer, he is auditor and okays his own vouchers. All this would be quite enough for any grown man, who has spent years struggling to ac quire wealth in railway stocks and like securities, but is not enough for the boy. The acme of bliss comes further down the line when the president, etc., climbs into the cab, moves the lever, opens up the throttle and, while swim ming in a delirium of Joy, rings the bell, blows the whistle, toots for him self to let off the brakes, and, pulling open the door of the fire-box by a chain, fires up with shovels of coal, , sets the blower a-golng and the train ,-ning up the road on schedule time Jl the fence posts passing by thick as the teeth in a fine-tooth comb. While the Buck's Hill railroad has not yet attained the dignity of inclus ion in an official railroad annual, there is no telling what good fortune is in store for it, or to what extent a recog nition by the established railroads of the United States might benefit its boy engineer-president.l It is known to the knowing that there are railroad presi dents who can boast in truth of very little over which to preside. Some of them ostensibly governing imposing lines of railway really only preside over a prospectus or- the oft-quoted "two streaks of rust and the right of way." The want that Tyler's Buck's Hill railroad has at lant practically filled arose out of conditions in which his father, William M. Tyler, a farmer on a large scale, is interested, and that were incidental to the character of Connecticut soil and the topography of that part of the state. Farming, owing to a preponderance of rock, boulders and gravel, Is not all it might be in Connecticut, and hence Connecti cut agriculturists would fain make both ends meet by adding to agricul ture poultry or fine live stock raising, and anything in the way of quarrying or lumbering that might prove profita ble. It was manifest that profits as well as fun awaited the success of a miniature railroad running over Buck's Hill. Tyler, who went to work at it in a very crude, small boyish way at first, soon compelled his elders to have faith in him as a civil and mechanical en- . gineer and road constructor. Then the cash capital was forthcoming without difficulty as fast as it became necessary for Tyler to invest in mater-ial. ' ' The boy engine builder very sensibly refrained from . attempting to follow the lines of a drive-wheel locomotive. . Tyler was indifferent to appearances, but bent on practical results. He chose the rotary mechanism best adapted to steam launches and small motors, us ing the gear ordinarily used for such purposes. Tyler's lever connections, , brakes, the exposure of his bdiler and machinery and his primitive coal bunk ers all wear an, air of crudity. , The oy's sensible aim was to save and make money and not, to spend it ex- , travagantly. " f ', - '. ". -. ' The lad modestly states that Engine "No. 1, the Mogul of the Buck's Hill ROBERT M. TYLER. line, is rated two-horse power, stands upright, is double acting, reversible, and makes 800 revolutions a minute.' The boiler is also a two-horse power, upright, holding six gallons of water. It generates steam rapidly, ' can get steam In five or six minutes, and uses but little fuel. The car on which the engine and boiler are placed is 16 feet long by four and one-half feet wide. The top of the smoke stack is seven feet from the top of the rails. The wheel base is five and a half feet - The engine is duplex and with the boiler Is of the high speed order. The engine and boiler and the car on which these are mounted cost less than $500. The further equipment of the Buck's Hill line consists of two cars each four vheeled and each having a capacity of 1,500 pounds. The miniature train wVlch Tyltr, with his self-mada aneine. prpudly pulls out, hauls a considerable load and demonstrates a vast economy over horse power even In this day of cheap horseflesh. Small as the invest ment was for the whole property, the ratio of operating expense is very light. In running the line the boy surveyoi humored the topography of the region with which he had to deal and did not contract for any deep cuts or for any rock work. The stony, gravelly sur face was easily converted into a solid road bed.' The rails used were of steel, T-shaped, and the lightest rails mad of this description, weighing but eighl pounds to the. yard. The cross tlei were of chestnut three and a half feel long, four inches face and three inches thick. The gauge is 26 inches. Th grade, as before stated, In its steepesl part is 370 feet to the mile. The wholt cost of constructing the railway wai at the rate of $ 600 per mile. The exig encies of Tyler's railroad , building die not compel any bridge building enter prise, and there were no intervenlnj valleys between the termini of the roaq that could not be rounded at their heads, and the only structure necessar; were a few low tunnels. ONCE FAMOUS, NOW A FELON. ML had 91. Keclcr Is a Relic of the Old Tweed Puys. (New York Letter.) Few who could see poor old Michae'. M. Keeler in Sing Sing in his prison suit and white stripes would guess at the dreamlike story which lies hidden behind 'the line, strong face 'with its aquiline nose, eagle-like eye and high forehead. In this old man, now in his seventy-fifth year, beginning a year in the penitentiary, is embodied one of these human wrecks thrown up at in tervals in the flotsam and jetsam of a great city. Keeler is the man who the other day in New York city was sent to the penitentiary for a year for pass ing a bad check. Keeler is a relic of CONVICT M. KEELER. the old Tweed days. As a politician he at one time stood high in the confi dence of the arch-manipulator of steals and deals. He fought and bled in the war and retired with the rank of cap tain. He was the friend and confident of Mr. A.. T. Stewart, and as such known to every drygoods man in the city. Between the two, master and man, there was a bond, the secret of which no one has ever been able to ex plain. But with the death of Mr. Stew art in 1881 came th decline. Keeler was discharged and put out on the world. He struggled for six or seven years, failing in successive specula tions, until at last his savings were gone and he was a beggar. His chil dren had grown up in poverty and were unable or unwilling to help him. He was employed by Mr. H. B. Sire, where he passed a bogus order for $25. The gates of Sing Sing opened and closed upon him. At 09 years old he was a felon. His life since he came into the world again has only one story. Beg ging or borrowing from those who had known him in better days, generally starving, until at last he committed the act which has led him a second time to jail. A Portrait of tho "Great Assassin." M. Victoif Berard was a professor for several years at a public school in Con stantinople, and in tha Revue de Paris draws a portrait of the Sultan, which confirms others recently printed; Abdul Hamid is a gentle, shy, civil man, rath er cold at a' first interview, but whose manner becomes winning on better ac quaintance. His temper is even, his address affable, his native intelligence above the average, but his culture is nil. The gross farces of the Turkish stage and "penny horrible" French lit erature are his great delight. He las ordered the whole of Xavier de Monte pln to be translated for him. His piety, perhaps stimulated, is narrow and superstitious, and his private life seri ous and indeed austere. The most se vere young Turks admit that for cen turies the Ottoman throne ha3 not been occupied by a man so little sensual. Ambassadors have all been charmed by Abdul Hamid, and many have not got ..over this pleasant impression. It is due to the extreme politeness of this autocrat', to his attention to their re marks, his apparent assent to every one of their conclusions. The proofs he gives of hard work, good-will, and scrupulousness appeal to even the most liberal young Turks like Murad Bey. A great effort or long habit is necessary to mistrust or disbelieve a man who seems so upright and who certainly is unhappy. Everything in his attitude, words, and even silence, .his sudden pinching of the lips, starts of the body, wandering looks and the pallor of the cheeks disguised by powder every thing shows unreasoning, incurable fear in the successor of the unfortun ate Aziz and Murad. It Is the key to his character. Fear has subdued in him pride, passion, and vices, but it has also killed generosity, straightfor wardness, honor, and all sentiment fur ther than that of self-preservation. The yearly importation of pearls to London reaches 15,000,000. Most of them come from Bombay.' The Wonderful Kava-Kava Shrub. A New Botanical Discovery. Of Bpeoial Interest to Sufferers from Diseases of tha Kidneys or Blad der, RneumatlBm, etc A Blessing to Humanity. .," A Free Gift of Great Value to You. Our readers will be glad to know that the new botanical discovery, Alkavis, from the wonderful Kava-Kava shrub Ln. . uotirrd cure for all dis- uob u.-viH , , . CHOC, ouovu vj acid in the blood, or by disordered action of the Kidneys or nrinary organs. The Kava-Kava Shrub, or as botanists call it. Piper Methys-ticu-.n, grows on the banksof the Ganges East India, m..- ?.-... v.vi Ctismn fifl A orobablv was (Piper Mithyfticuim) used for centuries by the natives before its extraordinary properties became known to civilization through Christian missionaries. In this respect it resembles the discovery of quinine from the peruvian bark, made known by the Indians to the early Jesuit missionaries in South America, and by them brought to civilized man. It is a wonderful discovery, with a rec ord of 1200 hospital cures in 30 days. It acts directly upon the blood and kid neys, and is a true specific, just as qui nine Is in malaria. We have the strong est testimony of many ministers of the gospel, well known doctors and business men cured by Alkavis, when all other remedies had failed. , In the New York il'etkh World o. Sept. lOtli, the testimony of Rev. W. B. Moore. V. D., ol Washington, D. C. wm given, describing ni vear of itifferltig from Kidney dinease nd Rheumatism, and his rapid cure by Alkavis. Rev. Thomas Smith, the Methodic! minister at Cobdeu, Illinois, passed nearly one hundred gravel stonec after two weeks use or Alkavis. Rev. John H.VVatson.ofSiinset.Texns.aminisler of the gospel of thirty years' service, was struck down at Ills post of duty by Kidney disease. After hovering between life and death for two months, and all liia doctors having fonea. ae took Alkavic, and was completely restored to healthaiidstrength,aiHlisfuil.lliiichisdutieses ministerof thegospel. Mr. R.C. Wood, a prom inent attorney of I.owell, Indiana, was cured ol Rheumatism, Kidnevand Bladder disease of ten years standing. 1V A'lkavis. Mr. Wood describee himself as being In constant misery, often com pelled to rise ten times during the night on account of weakness of the bladder. He was treated bv all hie home phvaiciaua without the least benefit and finally completely cured in a few weeks by Alkavis. The testimony is un doubted and rcallv wonderful. Mrs. J,!jea Young, of Kent, Ohio, writes that he had tried aiz doctors in vain, that she was about to give up in despair, when she found Alkavis and was firomptly cured of kidnev disease and restored 0 health. Many other ladies also testify to the wonderful curative powers of Alkavis in the various disorders peculiar to womanhood. S6 far the Church Kidney Cure Com pany, No. 422 Fourth Avenue, New York, are the only importers of this new remedy, and they are so anxious to prove its value that for the sake of intro duction they will send a free treatment of Alkavis prepaid by mail to every reader of this paper who is a Sufferer from any form of Kidney or Bladder disorder, Bright's Disease, Rheuma tism, Dropsy, Gravel, Pain in Back, Female Complaints, or other affliction due to improper action of the Kidneys or Urinary Organ's. We advise all Suf erers to send their names and address to the company, and receive the Alkavis free! It is sent to you entirely free, to prove its wonderful curative powers. A beautiful English lady was walk ing in the Rue de la l'aix, when a French dandy greatly annoyed her by pertinaciously dogging her and glar ing at her. She turned upon him and 6aid, . "Really, I have not a single sou to give you." Make. Ten Thonaund Dollars by chewing; PASTKIMIINK G1M. Kor piirttcnlaiw write .JOIlJf T. MIL.LIKKM tO., St. l.ouls, Ho. Dancing has been introduced into the army. Probably you have heard of its squad-drills. A grateful man can find a thousand reasons why ho should praise the Lord and not one why he should not. STATE OF OHTO, CITY OF TOLEDO, 6IA1 LUCAS COUNTY, ss. Frank J. Chenoy makes oath that he is 1h nenlor partner of the firm of . J. C'h.'ney Ac Co.. doing business in the City of Toledo, County and State aforesaid, nnd that said Arm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each nnd eveiy case of catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of Hall's Catarrh Cure. FRANK J. CHENEY. Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence, this th day of December, A- (Seal!?" "' A. W. GLEASON. Notary Public. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken Internally, nnd acta directly on tha blood and mucous Hurfacea of the system. Bend for testi monials, free. F. 3i CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. - Polrt by drufigists, Too. Hall's Family Fills are the best. Baron Kaulbars, a Russian astrono mer, was led by his observations of the last solar eclipse to propound the theo ry that there are in the - un vast accu mulations of electricity which influ enee comets and meteors. The speculative astronomers are now arguing that the moon is in the shape of a plumb bob, and that the large end is always towards the earth. Whkn billions or costive, eat a Cascaret candy cathartic, cure guaranteed, 10c, 25c. The iodine treatment for toothache K.as follows: Twist a piece of absorb ent cotton on the end of a toothpick dip in tincture of iodine and rub on the gum surrounding the' aching tooth. One application is all that is needed. To appreciate genuine comfort look upon the man in his shirt sleeves re velling in a pipe in his own back yard. From 500 to 600 monkeys are annual-, ly imported to this country. .. Most 'of theiii come here from India and Africa. The price - of a monkey here is .abont 815- ... .. An electric roller for1 message pur poses is composed of plates of copper and zinc and generates its own elec tricity. . ' The man will always be busy who truly follows Christ. , Unless you want to be poor, don't try to keep all you get Getting the big head, shrinks the heart. The way colorings that disingukh the rest of his attire have crept into the summer Man's history. I a . i 'if The flesh of the alligator is eaten by I II. ,V VIl-4.-. TJI. HnUA If. ' tastes like veal. Macaulay'g memory was so retentive that, after reading a book once,, he could give all the salient points ol it and recite many long passages of it verbatim. A Chicago author tells tho story of a friend who sold an elaborate article to an Eastern magazine long ago and has now been dead five years, though the article has not yet been printed. Farmers near Queen City, Mo., have offered 825 each for wolves that are killing their sheep. Of the 15,000,000 loboring men in the United States, only 1,400,000 belong to labor unions. It is said tho king of Greece has tak en a decided stand in his Cretan policy and it is hoped he will not slip up on it Aluminum should always be used alone and pure, as it readily forms electrii couples with every other metal and is then ensily attacked by water. THAT SPLENDID COFFEE. Mr. Goodman, Williams County, 111., writes us: "From one package Salzer's German Coffee Berry I grew 300 pounds of better coffee than I can buy in stores at 30 cents a pound." A package of this and big seed cata logue is sent you by John A. Salzer Seed Co., La Crosse, Wis., upon receipt of 15 cents stamps and this notice, w.n, To make all drivers keep to the right would be an improvement in the right direction. The rebellion in Cuba continues to ba crushed daily, and Wayler is more wily than ever. Live to do good and you will never tire of your employment. When a little man is lifted, up every body finds out that lie is little. ' GET STRENGTH AND APPETITE. Use Dr. Hurler's Iron Tonic. Your druggist will refund money if not sutisfactory. Among the supplies sent to foreign missionaries the bicycle takes a prom nent place. Cabinet position is no pudding for an intelligent man who realized the responsibilities of the place. No man can be truly known until he is seen through the eyes of love. We are rich, not in what wo have, but in what we cannot lose. a?IT8 stopped frre and permanently cured. No flic afli-r first day's ium of Dr. Kline's limit KeiTt lUllwrr. Kroe fit trial hotilr and irratisr. bend tol)u. KmnlMI Arch St., Philadelphia, Ti, The best part of Candidato Bryan's new history of himself is what his wife saya about him. The first man to apply steam to house warming was James Watt, the Scotch aventor in 1781. The new magazine riile adopted by the British army throws a ball to a distance of 4,000 yards. The drawer of a bureau or dresser that runs hard may be made to work more smoothly and easily if it is taken out and the edges thoroughly rubbed rvith hard soap. If a screen is soaped before being put into hard wood it will jo in much mure easily. A volcano, according to a Brooklyn scholar,' is a mountain which gives for(,h smoke, flame and lager. Laplanders often skate in one day a distance of 150 miles. I'iso's Cure for Consumption is the besl of all cough cures. licorge W. Lou, Fabucher, La., August 20, lb'Jo. Pat Murphy says there arc so many fish in the sea that if you should take every fish you could catch out of it he didn't think there would be any less in it. - 'TIS LOVE THAT HAKES THE WORLD GO ROUND." Some people think money is a greater power than love. Oh ! What a mistake I See how the great money kinprs are con trolled by the little boy Cupid ! See how the jrreat soldiers and men of power are twisted around his little fingers I . A woman's most precious possession is the capacity for awakening pure and noble love. . More potent than wit or intellect is the womanly capacity for happy wifehood and motherhood. ', . A woman who is weak or diseased in the special organism of her sex is deprived of the power and presti&e which naturally be long to her. Such troubles are not a ne cessity. Perfect health and strength of the feminine organism is insured by proper care and the aids afforded by enlightened medical science. Dr. Tierce's Favorite Pre scription cures all weaknesses and diseases of woman's special organism. 1 For nearly 30 years Dr. Pierce has been chief consulting physician to the Invalids Hotel and Surgical Institute of Buffalo, N. Y, No other physician has had a more extensive practice or greater success in the treatment of women's diseases. No other such perfect and scientific remedy for these ailments has ever been devised. It kas re stored health, strength end womanly power to tens of thousand., of women. Womjn who would understand their own p wers and possibilities should read Doctor Pierce's thousand - page illustrated book. "The People's Common Sense Medical Adviser." It is the most interesting and enlightening book of the kind ever pub lished. A piper -bound copy wul be sent absolutely free to any one sending; 21 one cent stamt to pay the cost of mailing only. Address, World's Dispensary Medical As sociation. Buffalo, N. Y. For a handsoree cloth-bound codt scud stamps. Over one-half of tho arable land of Japan is devoted to the cultivation of rice. The buildings comprising the Bank of England cover an irregular area of eight acres. The lions of Mt Atlas are far the largest of their species, and capable of enduring extreme cold, frequently trav eling long distances through deep snow. Don't Give Way to Despair, Although yon have lufTurtd for a Ion time from malaria, dyipepaln, kidney trouble, nervomneis or biliousness. Know that Hosteller's Stomach Bitters bss cured worae cases than yours, and is potent to help you as it has helped hosts ot oth ers. Hot always remember that trite sayinR, "Delays are dangerous." Molt bills grow to bs mountains in' coneouuenca of disregarding it Check disi-nio at the nntset with this incompara ble defensive medicine. Dresdow, the millionaire murderer, was hanged. Oklahoma leads in cotton culture. The leaf of the cocoanut is nearly 30 feet in length. A single leaf of the pnrasol magnolia of Ceylon affords shade for 15 or 20 persons. Who brayed there asked a member of the Canadian House Commons of the persons who were trying by interrup tion to silence him. It was an echo, retorted a voice. Cafcahkts Btimulnto liver, kidneys and bowels. Never sicken, weaken or gripe, 10c. When a clothes-pin drops from the line, doesn't it become a terrapin the moment it touches the earth? Coe'a Congk Baton In the oldent nnd bent. It will break up a cold qulckef tliun anything else. It In alwaji reliable. Try lu No veteran smoker would enjoy smoking in the dark, because to smoke properly one must have a light. ' ' The Poffer whiskers are out of Kan sas politics. Mary Ellen Lease has no use for such an adornment. Mrs. Window's Soothing; Syrup For children b ethlnB.soften!" thdriimcrediieeii Inflara. lion, allays in, curt wind tulle. 2o cnO a bottle, Fifteen bales of cotton were raised in Kansas in 1800. And now France is looking for some body to arbitrate with. David Bennett Hill, in politics, will be remembered for what he did not say. A fad is something that makes a few people happy and a great many miser able. - A bligiit to winter oreness ft from cold in muscle, joint, or nerve. mpp nr0T Mv new Steel Kovrei will nre THE BEST hisht-r. 1 to 25 50 IDCftTTTTPT V rTTlT?HWTiri7Ti tnenre flDOVUUlULU uuminniuuv jjre. nerer .i...ji,..vur. KTrnT.IXfl R.FHFDT REASONS Walter mKer oz uo. s 2 jr3lJRL Breakfast Cocoa. a cup. Be sure that you get the genuine article made by WALTER BAKER & CO. Ltd., DorchesteV, Massv Established 1780. ) "Your Ruling Planet Disooverei By Astrology" & 1 the title of Prot G. grmm of Information. lfdtfi of ihia uiyatlcal acicnce. Price, pontpald, XSe. THE ASTROLOGER'S CORNER. Rome ollfrbt thanrea necetnitated ualng leaa apace for thii department l'rof Cunningham 1 dally receiving faltering testimonials of hl seni ana marrelout power In reading the language of the signs and planeta. His horosrope life leadings with chart are dally convincing people of the great and VALL AHLK INFORMA TION to be bad through hla wonderful knowlcdgo of utrology. lis receiver letters lioiu every Mate and territory and his fame has eit.-uded into foreign lands. Under no circumstances will names of oorrei.pondent be published, but the following are extracts from recent letters: "1 received my horoscope, am much pleased with it. ' It Is as near right possible I make It." Another writeat I am sun rlsed at it correctness." Prof. Cunningham now proposes to tell your ruling planet and send a test reading AHSOLCTKI.T FREE to the applicants whose letters happen to be the First. Third, Ninth and Twelf h opened Irom each dav'a mail. All ai-plrenta for these FREK HEAPIKOS must send: sex. lace or nationality, place, year, month, date, hour and mlnnte of birth. A. M. or P. M., as near as possible. Applicants entitled to fM.K RGAlllNUS will receive them by return mall with their M cents refunded lc t cents postage. All applicants must "end !4 cents to pay for their reading In caaa they do not win XRKK reading. IK) NOT DELAY; send at oncei you are just as apt to win as anybody, and If you do not, yeu will receive a valuable test by astrology for the small mni of t cents. Thoie not knowing their time of birth should send 4 cents for further UilucHos. Address: PROF. G. W. CUNNINGHAM, Dept. A. 194 S. Clinton Street. Chicago. 111. THE FOLLOWING ARK SOME HEADINGS FOR THIS WEEKi Ml Karle, Grand lUpldm Wis. According to data ftintirhsMlth.ri'-trn Cancer h1ch tha Moon rulca. wat 'Mnc at yoorb rth, ttat rnfore tha Moon iyour m 1 iff lanat or aifftilflcator. Venua la o-ruler. You are .(h) i am hriaht; plump Ami, clear complexion; m Jtnra to dark hair and cya. If yon waa born fctr minuu aariiar the eyaa mn Tery dark, with a paruhar parkle, and aharp alght, You arc quit cheerful, jovial, kind nnd obltftnci yon very much dtaltka torra and bluitrr abont anything-; yon aro change able In your nature and like to be un the got you are very fond of arauaementa, partlee, dancea. etc.. alao art and art work. Yea are very Intuitive nnd natur ally know many tbinfre without ever bavin had to study to le thcin. Yon are very popular with Uie (vntirnek 1667 BC8. POTATOES PEIl ACRE. ' Don't believe It,' nor did theditOK1 until he saw Salzer's great, farm seed catalogue. .It's. wonderful what an ar ray ot facts and figures and new things and big yields and great testi monials it contains. Send This Notice, and 10 Cents Stamps to John A, Salzer Seed Co., la Crosse, WK, for catalogue and 12 rare farm seed samples, worth $10, to get a start, w.n. The secretary will see to it that the treasure of the United States is not run on any narrow gauge plan. Just try a 10e. box of Caicarets, candy cathar tic, tb noest liver anil bowel regulator made. It is said the President-elect will form a cabinet to be clothed with dig nity. That is better than nothing. NO-TO-BAC FOR FIFTY CENTS. Over 404,000 cured. Why not let No-To-Bao regulate or remove your desire for tobacco.' !-aves money, nuikes health uml manhood Cure guaranteed, 00c undjl.uo.ail druggists. The Buddhist nuns in Burraah have their heads completely shaved. Pugilist are now ready to fight for Nevada. "STAK TOUACCO." As you chew tobacco for pleusure use Star. It is notonW the lest but the most lusting, aud, thereiore, tho cheapest. Spuin asks Wayler why the Cuban re bellion has not been suppressed? The general has not yet pointed himself out as the why. "Mend it or End it," has been the rallying cry of I reform, directed against abuses municipal or social. . For the man who lets him self be abused by a cough the ) cry should be modified to: Mend it, or it'll end you. You nn tk-is1 Atitf r-ilirli with v .au uiv. uu tauj v. v jj k Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. W. N.U.-WICHITA.-NO. 1Q.-1897. When answering advertisements please mention this paper. comiort is : St. Jacobs Oil warms, relaxes, cures ( yonrplCT at larrowiiw, mj .."h -"- low. . 1 lr.tAxlm 1'rkn 4vli L-au ALL DRUGGISTS anyeaseof conrtlpsflon. Ciuearets are the Ideal Lsxa-i ffrip ir cripe.lmt cause einy nattirairesuiia, ocni-i .'0. Chirftro. Wontrenl. Can. or New York. Sil.i . FOR USING 2 CUMQL ! Because it is absolutely pure. Because it is not made by the so-called Dutch Process in which chemicals are used. Because beans of the finest quality are used. Because it is made by a method which preserves unimpaired the exquisite natural flavor and odor of the beans. Because it is the most economical, costing less than one cent W. Cunningham'! latmt work on this ancient leleiio. t'rltten In plain, comprehensive lanmiaae. cry pap eimrklea wit Kvery reader will acintre amailnz and itartllng SBowl- AOe and Sl.nn, accurdinc 10 oinuing-. X ia X. K.i Ottawa, Kansaa. According to data for nUhed the aiffa ftaflttarioe which Jnpltr rulee waa rlnintj at your birth, therefor Jupiter la your rutin planet or siffniflcator. Yenua and Mercury are co algn Meat ore. t You arc medium neigh t 6r abont; plump flfrnre, medium ciear complexion; the hair near a chetnnl color; theeyea medium to dark. You have a haPT cheerful, renernua and charitable disposition, are gifted In the fine art and a lover of ewrj thing con nected with art. niut-tc. poetry, etc. You are I'W very fond of a Una dr.ving horee. You will make an able writer on almost any subject with hk-h you are fa miliar. You hare the tame testimony a :ie :alv with ibe atber reading, that J, you aie aijr popular ItJt tbe grniieniea.