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..... A, LAW DUCOES CT nhlllDPiB Jewels. 'r.it ooral in the world.are Jo be TZ Philippine". and have , now rarer one, ana TZ.Zwt of health. It may be pos- U ia, there " JC .u. lin th. rliaM- n'.?V. howels regular with it 7.. v .11 Stomach Bitter., the king of all " for indigestion, uysiieuaia,- ran t finousness, belching, heartburn sn. - Tr. it. - t k. Be Wante T.ke care. Alfred; that Wt tjis i f" lessickwM. Don't you see the World. Iff JOBIflMBlHI U ordinary treatment s to relieve painful ids. y know LydlaE. Pink 's Vegetable Oom i will and does and more than any other Jobie. sry woman knows ut Afrs- Plnkham's 'cjlO. sry woman knows woman Mrs Pink has cured jino women out of ut offsetting Oils re- 9 remedy until their ih Is nearly wrecked xperlments or nog- a they write fo Mrs ham and she cures but of course It t longer to do so. I delay getting help If )re sick. i has helped a million in. Why not you 7 An agrent who forwards collections "ub-agentanddireotshiratomake an, "her use of the funda than an applies t on thereof for the benefit of the p,n oipal Is held, in Milton va. Johnon (Minn ) 47 L. K.A.629, liable to the prm" cipal for auch misuse of the funda bj the nib-agent. ' Discretion in thu Iirrnrra 4. ..iAt- ; i j , , e,v iu mm hbld commissions from an executor who haa not given proper attention tc his duties ia held, In Kutledge (N. Y ) 7 L. R. A. 721, not to be denied by the code provision that, the aurrogate "must allow to him- certain commissiona ioi hia service. i , A atatute making it unlawful to per mit the escupe of natural gas into the open air from a well longer than two dnya after it ia constructed ia held, in state vs. Ohio Oil company (Ind.), IT L. R. A. 627, to be constitutional and a decision to t he same effect is rendered by the United Statea supreme court in 177 U. 8. 190. 44 L. ed. Any privilege that may exist by yir tue of the common interest of the par !iea when a creditor ia writing to hit debtor, complaining of delav in fr,. payment of the debt by, third per- ouu mmugn a DanK, la neld, In Sullivan va. Strahorn-Hutton-Evans Commission company (Mo.) 47 L. R. A. 859. not to ex. tend to the imputation of evil motivei and dishonesty to such third person. Garnishment against an executor to reach a debt of the decedent before decree for distribution of assets is de nied in Hudson vs. Wilber (Mich.) 41 . R. A. 345, in the absence of statu. tory permission, although the debt has been placed in judgment in a suit re vived against the executor. The numer ous authorities on the question of gar aishment of executor or administrutoi are reviewed in a note to thin case. WAS NOT ASKED AGAIN. 1 V LarBe.c Milker. f EK KOI 1 1 1 ikura ' Men! 18 And Htm 1 shoea in the world. Wt rsen more is ana mlgos yshoes than any other) l iwuiiianinitti'iurenin, (the United Statea. t i nr Hfaionmnm SV.llnnirlABt!ti,a fM Z shoetaresold I han.nx5 V ri neyarctneMeat. rfHE BEST BE87 f.Matle of the beat Tin ported and American , leathers. The wnrtman. i rahiDliunaiRelled. ThflB ElS eunal to i and IK alimi nt Mother makea. Thov lit iLtra Aominadeshoei.Thevwittniit.warV 'lauiuiiier niaKesactneaanie fun ufelr rrnmmnri i)m i-a vnn. mzm a mm tl Worth of Our $3 ind $3.50 Show iw nnr mane n i to . m Urtrett pi and KM shoe bad- k m z Kna per18111 Byitem or e ITa vw a 9-Uli aile man r wwirnere. iour aeaier itifni; we mreoue aeaier fjauo in eacn town. uttatltutef ftHftt. -"". iwugiae inoei witn iiincuBiampeaonDOMom. JlerwiUnotBetthemfor, aiKt inc. extra 'inara, BtateKinaoi ana wmth, W Of ran trt Dnr reacnyoa OQ1 Ome Occasion When the Pletr of a Michigan Politlclaa Was Not Coniplcnona. M. E. Chittenden, the Michigan politician who died recently, dearly loved a joke. Hii own initials, "M. E. C, he always insisted, stood for Methodist Episcopal church, which organization, could it have secured hini would have acquired a very lively member. "Mart," as Mr. Chittenden was familiarly called, relates the Chicago Chronicle, par tially lost his hearing soma years ago and communication with him thereafter was one of the tine arts. Being the agent of the Standard Oil company for a large terri tory, he traveled considerably, and on a cer tain occasion fell in with a couple of friends at Hillsdale, who invited him to go with them to dinner at the house of a resident ac quaintance. One of them quiet? said to the host: "Mr. Chittenden is an exceedingly pious man and likes to have the food blessed before partaking. You must invite him to ask the blessing. Accordingly, when all were seated, silence fell upon the company, while the host turned to Mr. Chittenden with "Will you ask the blessing?" Up went Chittenden's hand to his ear, with his usual, quick, nervous gesture, as in a listening attitude he responded in a tone more decided than unctuous: "I've grown so all-fired deaf lately that if you've got anything to say to me you'll have to say it devilish loud." A roar from the two friends disclosed to Chittenden and the astonished host that they had been the victims ot a practical jolte. But "Chit" enjoyed it amazingly when he un derstood what had happened. That Funny Feeling-. "Da ain't no feelin'," remarked! Uncle Eben. "dat can hold er candle to de per- culiar sensation dat melts in er man's soul, meanders down his spine an' trickles out at his heels when he done lays down er five-dollar bill in payin' fo' er ham an' de grocer ban's him back jes' $8.37 in change." Chicago Evening .News. Towne "You never saw anybody as mad as my wife is. She bought me a necktie yes terday." Browne "And you made some sarcastic remark about it and wouldn't wear it. ehr Towne No; 1 put 11 ngnt on ana i l J 1 t:f..l V too cV... O.V. loia ner it was uenutuui. - ected I d turn it down, and than sne couia ;eep it for herself. 1'nuadeipnia rress. Wouldn't Thla Jolt Yon. Mr. Wabash (at the ball) Is your pro- irrfliTim full. f i rm Olive? Miss Ulive (01 ot..i.oui my goouneas, no! I've been waiting more than an hour for some one to come along and take me down to supper. Chicago Evening Hews, It Came Natural. Mrs.Johnsing Mah lands! Dat chile can't be mo' den fo' mont's ole an walkin eroun like erfull-grown man! How a yo larnnimr Mrs. Jackson Why, Mose begin whistlin' a cake-walk de odder day. an dat s oe re sult. Puck. Tint BeginaeBI MUaliilppt RlfUmaa th Hnioan War. A ... " vwirapunuou, wants to know II we can furnish him, through these columns, a litt ot the field and staff, and the names of the captains in the First, Reg iment of Mississippi Riflemen In the Mexican war. It so happens that we nave me desired information on hand, Through the courtesy of Senator Wat tnall and Hon. E. liarksdale. wa : ceived from the war department la 1887 certified copies of the first muster rolli ot the First and Second Sesrlmenta. The "muster rolljf the field sod staff of the First Regiment reads as follows! MUSTER BOLL of ths Field sad Staff Officers of tut First Beglment ot Mississippi Hlnemsa oiuaieers, commandM by Colonel Jenerson Davis, called Into me service ot the United States by Gov. A. G. Brown, under tbe Act of Congress approved May 13, H6. FIELD AND STAFF OFF1CIBS, Jsffersoa Davis, Colonel. Alex. K. McClung, Lieutenant-Coloae). Alex. B. Bradford, Major. Beymour Halsay, Surgeon. Kemp s. Holland, Assistant Commissary. Klcbard Grimed, Adjutant Cbarles Harlan, Sergsant- Major. I oertlfy, oa honor, that thu muster roh Is made out In the manner required by the printed aotas; that It exhibits lbs true state o! th Field and Staff Officers of tbe Heglmentof Mississippi Kinsmen; and that tbe remarks opposite the Dimes of eaoh officer are accurate and Just, as required by the regulations and the rules and articles oi war. Jefferson Davis. Colonel Mlsslsslpl Riflemen. Date: October 1, 1846. Ststlon: Camp near Monterev. Mustered this 30th dav of BeDtember. 1S4S. at oarop near Monterey. w. B. Belknap, Colonel U. S. A. Inspector-UenersL Company A-John M. Sharp. Captain. Company B Captain D. H. Cooper. Company C "Southrons," Capt John Willis. Company D Captain B. D. Howard. Company E Captain John L. MoManua, Company F-Captala William Delay. Company G Captain K. N. Downing. Company H-Captaln George P, Crump. Company I-Captaln J as. H. B, Taylor. Company K-Captaln W. P. Bogera, Straight From the Shoulder. Auditor Cole received tills inquiry: "Would it be a violation, either of the letter or spirit of the resident agents' law for an outside local fire insurance agent to write Mississippi business if policy is countersigned by Mississippi local Bgent?" And he promptly made this replyt .. "In my opinion it would be a viola tion of that law. It was clearly in tended that all policies or contracts of insurance of any kind npon property in Mississippi should be placed and writ ten by a licensed agent residing in this State, who should collect the premiums and report the transactions to his com pany. Mississippi would thus be cred ited with the business, while if the policy was merely countersigned by a Mississippi agent, the transaction would be reported and accounted for by the outside agent, who placed and wrote the policy and collected the premium. Mississippi would not be credited with the premium, but if a loss of the prop erty occurred it would be charged against the State. ' The countersigning of a policy by a local agent is a subte fuge an evasion of the law." WALTHAM WATCHES Before 1854 there were no am Watches nor any American Watches. To-day the tradition that one must go abroad for a good watch has been exploded ?y the American Waltham Watch ompany. 'The Ptrfedtd American Witch", m itkstrated book of Interesting Information about matches, miu be sent free upon request. American Waltham Watch Company, Waltham, Mass. ME I VJIk CHESTER! WlK,Wor i Factory loaded shotgun shells, -NEW RIVAL," "LEADER,"and "REPEATER." A trial will prove f 160 Page itcd cata. SHOTGUSIS ncronr loaded shotgun shells tkewinlag coaibhwuon la dw aU ar at the trap. All dealers Mil thm. io Wwaasna Ava., Mm Havbi, Com). V 1EE WINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS C. S e$ HUH'Q HOME-MADE PILLS na uuamum Jim -vet-us. Cure Chills Viihout Chill Tonics J th. I.TTSK u STOMACH t. rdeoii1,t. ,TM. e.lditirti ' I n I STHINA h. nr. ChuiH J. Moffett, sgTaaoaw of Jefferson Medical Oollega. Philadelphia, Pa., In hts ..u..iTa udiuoeeastul treatment of ealldrania Qaor- orereomina the troubles Incident to teething and the hot summers. (Teethlmr Powders) counteraou the elleol of hot weather and Beeps the 411t 1 lihy condition, and baa saved tbe Uvea of tboosands of ebildrea tn the doe ' nate, whrra phrsiclans prwicribe and all mothers lve Is, and it Is criminal four section to allow Oiair !tw and little children to suf- rTTII I FI A Pa die wbr-n rellpf can be so euilr obtained by (iving- a-fc. s lis tana tn o-ti 25c to c. j. f " rrrcTT, f-i. d., st t . "Our Capital City." The Tupelo Journal makes the fol lowing timely and appreciated sugges tions: The entire State seems gratified to note the improvements taking place iu our capi tal city. The changes going on there will toon transform Jackson into a real modern, up-to-date city, if tbe good work goes on. The progress going on in every quarter de mands that onr capitol shall make and keep step with improvements elsewhere, and It teems from reports that she is alive to the demands upon her. There was never a time in her history when the future prom ised so much, and we hope to see her ac cept every opportunity to advance with the rest of tbe Stats. The capital ahould be a pride to every citizen, and it should be the object of her business men and capi talists to transform her into snch a city that tbe entire people will feel an interest in her upbuilding and support." One of the much-needed improve ments of the Industrial Institute and College is a library. Suitable rooms are beiug prepared, and the legislative appropriation (11,000) has been used in the purchase of books. As every coun ty in the State is represented Id the student body, we suggest to onr press brethren that they compliment the col lege reading rooms with their papers. This would be much appreciated by tbe young ladies, and by their families. They could thus keep up with home and general news. Indeed no educa tion can be considered complete that does not consider current events, at home and abroad. Stephen D. Lee Camp of the Sons of Confederate Veterans has been or ganized at Columbus, with a member ship of ninety-nine, Hon. A. A. Kin- cannon as commander. General Lee attended the second meeting of tbe eamo. when he acknowledged tbe nice compliment thus paid him, and made an address of much historic value. We would like to chronicle the organiza tion of one or more camps of the Sona of Confederate Veterans in every coun ty in the State. The Daily Progress says "the para mount issue with Hattieaburg ia who will be onr next mayor?" And that is no small question in Jackson and other progressive places. The cornerstone of a new pnblie) school building at Durant will be laid on the 18th inst. The Masonic grand lodge will officiate. Grand Master White has appointed Grand Secretary J. U Power hia special deputy lor tna occasion. A kind friend of tbe Baptist Orphan age, who died recently in North Missis sippi, bequeathed two hundred dollars to the orphange. The heirs have ex pressed a wish that the sum be applied toward fitting np a room especially for sick children. This will be done when the new brick building is erected. Alabama baa a commissioner of agri culture a State officer elected by the people. If auch an office were created in Mississippi and tbe right sort of a man selected for It, he couia no tae State a vast amount oi gooa. mi value of weather and crop reports, bul letined every month, would be worth his salary ten tiroes over. Oxford Is to have waterworks, sew- ase ana eiectnc iiku. " -- votes against a bona issue ior me mvw Wn and Stevenson clubs are bein;i orjranized in nearly all the countier, and in many of the principal towns. PRESIDENT TYLER'S DAUGHTER, A Venerable Lady of Noble Lineage Speaks a Timely Word. . . W P- ' i k j u at iii n ia ajt ia rat bib iiii is m u Tniru-ii;ji n r u w m i WHITE HOUSE, WASHINGTON, D. C. "One of the most arlstocratlo faces seen in Washington la that of Mrs. Semple, daughter of President Tyler. She has passed her 80th year and yet re tains an exceedingly youthful complexion. Personally aha ia charming, and impressea one as stepping out of the European courts,'' so says The National Magazine, under the heading " Social Sidelights at the Capital." The following is a letter from this interesting lady, written from the Louise Home, Washington, D. C, to The Peruna Medicine Co., of Columbus, Ohio, con cerning their great catarrh tonic, Peruna. Mrs. Semple writes I The Peruna Medicine Company, Columbus, Ohio : Gentlemen" Your Peruna lm m momt vmluable remedy. Many of my frlendm have umed It with the momt nattering mmultm and I oan commend It to all who need a strength enlng tonlo. It is Indeed m remarkable medicine." Slnoerelyt Letltla Tyler Semple. Peruna is a specific to counteract the depressing effects of hot weather. A free book entitled "Summer Catarrh," sent by The Peruna Medicine Co., Columbus.O. ABSOLUTE SECURITY. Genuine Carter s Uttle Liver Pills. Must Bear Signature of Sm Fac-Slsxlia Wrapper Below. Tary avail sad aaaeav . to take a aw CARTER'S IP rOIIEAOACHC. FORmBINESS. FOR IIUOUSHEtS. FOR TORPID LIVER. FOR CONSTIPATION. FOR SALLOW SKIN. FOR THECOMPLEXIOI - . 1 oanuina aaraw simatum. tcMti I rami? TsfsuaoiyWfrWi CURE 8ICK HEADACHE. ITGIIELL . jiiii JJ.L.jaalJaat. Price, 20c EVE SALVE THEIR EXPENSE ACCOUNTS. gosattalaa; at a DlsTeveaee Betweea (ke Oatlara ot a BUkop mmi a Drsaani, At the Methodist general conference re cently held in Chicago certain members, both lay and clerical, freely criticised the large expense accounts of some of the bish ops, relates the Chicsgo Chronicle. They were charged with extravagance, and told that they had no right to live like princes while serving the Lord. Bishop McCabe haa felt personally aggrieved by these criticisms, and has published a reply. He declares that histrewn annual traveling expenses average less than $350. The bishop's bill certainly looks modest. He states that a commercial traveler to whom he showed his account "laughed long and loud" and said: "The house for which I work allows me eight dollars a day for traveling expenses." This comparison unquestionably ia most favora ble to the bishop. On it reminded, how ever, that there are certain necessary items of heavy expenditure to the account of a successful drummer which anstscaped by an itinerant bishop. If BishoOfcCabe were obliged to treat his constiteaats as liberally and as frequently as the average commer cial traveler ha might find an allowance oi eight dollars per day none too ample. LOW-RATH EXCURSIONS, ad Via Missouri Paolflo Railway Iroa Mountain Rovte, To points in the West, Southwest and South east, at half-rates (plus $2.00) for the round trip. Tickets on sale Tuesday, September 4th and 18th. October 2d and 16th, Novem ber 6th and 20th, and December 4th and 18th, 1900. For iull information, land folders, etc address any agent of above lines, or H. C.Townsend.O.P. k T. Agent, St.Louis.Mo. The desire for fame has betrayed many an ambitious man into committing indis cretions that forever ruined, his reputation. Chicago Daily Mews. Why Yucatan Chill Tonic (improved) ia Superior to all So-Called Tasteless Tonics. Because it ia acceptable to the most delicate stomach. Does not sicken, nauseate or pro duce a bad taste. Each dose contains the same proportion of medicine. Half the medicine does not stick to the bottle. No shaking of the bottle required the compo nent parts are thoroughly assimilated. It has a Dleasant taste. Formula: Quinine, Iron and Pepsin. Drives out Malarial Poisons Purifies the Blood I Strengthens the Nerves! Produces a hearty appetite! The Best Tonic Known! Price, 50 cents. Cure guaranteed. For sale by druggists. A Dreadful Conditio. Jinks The colonel's wife had such a tem per that she drove the poor man to drink. Binks Seeing that they live in Kentucky, I don't think that is so awful. "Well, but it was to drink water." De troit Free Press. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally. Price 75c. Ta rail f Batrlea. ! "Now, children," said the Sunday sclool Teacner, wmcn ai you van wm u wuj Babylon fen!. i There was a long silence. The Mtlt one bent over and- looked at one another and drew long breaths, but none at thee said anything. ''Come, come!" the teacher exclaimed at length. "I'm surprise! Isn't tnere any little boy or girl in this elass who can tell k Tt.hvln (.lit , I.a'fc taara an oae of ou who can think of anr reason why Haby- log. should have fallen V Then a oy wits large nrown irecicu the bridge of his noae and a thumb with s blackened nail put up his hand. rAh," ths sweet-faced teacher said, "I thought some of you must know, if yon only stopped to think. . What was it, Percy r "Mebby he stepped on a banana peel," Percy suggested. Chicago Times-Herald. Thlrtv minutes Is all the time required to dye with Putnam FAniuss Dibs. Bold by druggists. , . Tf. N.nhMv s-xhis noiei id run -J iL. 1. i .,1.M " TTnflU .TA.h "How's thatf Do they charge Americans twice at much as anybody else! ' Puck. -. The Beit Praseristtlna fa Chllla ' and Fever is a bottle or Gnovs's Tastbless Cbii.lTonio. His simply Iron and quinine in a tasteless form. Nocure-nopay. Prlce,&0c With Regrets. "The true editorial spir it," said th old-timer, "is declining." "I guess you're right," agreed ths struggling author. "It certainly doesn't appear to be accepting." Philadelphia Press. If you wsnt "good digestion to wsit npon your appetite" you should always chew a bar of Adams' Pepsin Tutti Frutti. The trouble with the air castles girls build is that they are all parlor and music room, with no kitchens attached. Atchison Globe. Piso's Cur for Consumption is an infalli ble medicine for coughs and colds. N. W. Samuel, Ocean Grove, N. J., Feb. 17, 1900. Often the only difference between the la borer and his employer is that the for mer is a mere bread-winner while the lat ter is a mere dough-winner. Puck. To Care a Cold ta Oa Day Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All druggists refund money if it fails to cure. 26a, Tker h an unfortunate time In a man's life when ha feels too old to become gay, and too young te go to bed early. Atchison Globe. " Ayer't Pilli are purely vt po table. Thejr are .effective but fentle. Nature V, remed for Nature's ills. One pill a day -is what you want. -( ;, . I) AUdragglsta, M outs a tax. J . C. Aym Company'; Pricticil Owmliri, ' ,"- -:tewtH Matt," .I t Ayer'l Saraaparilis Avar's Pills Agt'i Ague Can ' Ayrs Hafr YtpX I Amfi . ' UADiM or THIS rAPtS V PSSJIKINO TO BUT AMTTHrWO ADVKBT18KO IH ITS COLUMNS ' SHOULD INSIST OPO BAVINS WHAT THKT ASK IX) B, RnusiNO . AU. lUMTlTUTW OB IMlTATlOMa CascaFerrinelSar- Taa SmshU Is b mmy sacfcM. It to wl mn4m a ao.lUv. aaaranlM a araaisUr Hi aaaaamtir OU JLa Malaria, Chlllsand Feverand all Dv rangementaof th Stomaoh, Liver and Bowels. If raar Snaal.idosHkMs a, a.atr.s'iwatt a m WrU.Uu alwra rkarstaesBlkal U., M. Uals, a. I niFCIWkanSr!aaaothmfalltoralln LA all C t too. try N . .At.a.j ltDe.arf.il.. bia sVa. an M. A. Anns, MUwaaaaa, IV la. Use Certain Chill Cure. Price, 50c a. if. K.-r 1830 LmS isnuit aiTii i h$X i I 1 ast Cougn Bfmn. TuM Owxl. Us I i 1 hi tlma. Sold by drw.let. f ' lor Infant and Children jgif Raws . me9, ,- L ta CTSTTaliljYe Tbe Kind Yea Kava Jfesjs , onononononooonoconc"cno o D O n o p o p TlP-9 An Expensive . ... X A ,-gr a. is the one which you cut! off and throw away every time that you g ; smoke a Five Cent cigar. There is o nearly as much labor in making this p end as all the rest of the cigar, and p O yet every man who buys a cigar cuts O q ii uu aim imuw? ii away. iuu gvi q o p o p a o all you pay for when you smoke Old Virginia Cheroots at mm .a m . a.. .a - q ibree huodred miiuoa uid Virginu cheroots smoken thu qs P year. Ask your own dealer, rnce, 3 tor 5 cents. 1 J onoDononononononononcno THE GENERAL MARKETS. , Sept. S. 56 6 75 80 5 50 90 3 85 90 & 6 32!4 S 26 64 68 37 Kansas City, Mo. CATTLE Beef steers 14 Native stockers a Texas and Indian steers t HOQ8 8HEEP WHEAT No. 2 hard No. Z red CORN No. 2 mixed OATS No. 2 mixed RYE No. t FLOUR Hard wh't patents. S Soft wheat patents .... s HAY Timothy 8 Prairie BRAN Sacked BUTTER Extra to fancy .. CHEESE Full cream BOOS POTATOES Home grown .. ST. LOUIS. CATTLE Native steers .... 4 Texas and Indian steers 3 HOGS Packers 6 SHEEP Native muttons ... 3 FLOUR Patents I WHEAT No. 2 red CORN No. 2 OATS No. t RYE BUTTER Dairy DRY SALT MEATS 7 50 7 76 BACON 13 w t7 CHICAGO. CATTLE Steers 4 65 9 6 00 HOGS Mixed and butchers. 6 Ot 6 50 SHEEP Western 3 40 S 80 FLOUR 8pring patents .... 3 50 4 00 WHEAT No. 2 red 74HJ 7 CORN-No. 2 894(9 40 OATS-No. 2 21! 21H RYE September 50 LARD September (66 0 6 70 PORK September 10 tf NEW YORK. CATTLE Steers ...... 4 40 5 SO HOGS t 70 0 5 SO SHEEP 2 60 4 20 WHEATNo. 2 red 769 7MJ CORN No. 2 SMiO 461, 65 70H 371, 22V4 44 40 3 60 60 3 60 00 00 60 7 60 66K 17 20 11 12 82 85 20 6 80 26 4 66 15 5 35 60 4 00 50 3 65 71. 73 38 an 15 404 22V4 62 17 Every spring you clean the house you live in, to get rid of the dust and dirt which collected in the winter. Your body, the house your soul lives in, also becomes filled up during the winter with all manner of filth, which should have been removed from day to day, but was not Your body needs cleaning inside. If your bowels, your liver, your kidneys are full of putrid filth, and you don't clean them out in the spring, you'll be in bad odor with yourself and everybody else all summer. DON'T USE A HOSE to clean your body inside, but sweet, fragrant, mild but positive and forceful CASCAJRETS, that work while you sleep, prepare all the filth collected in your body for removal, and drive it off softly, gently, but none the less surely, leaving your blood pure and nourishing, your stomach and bowels clean and lively, and your liver and kidneys healthy and active. Try a J0-cent box today, and if not satisfied get your money back but you'll see how the cleaning of your body is MADE EASY BY CANDY no (7x T)7 (CD V CATHARTIC si? Sir i 25c. n-LIf irrgJIiaV irjnii DRUGGISTS T. ... ...a r. t .M ..U m wm. hsv CASCAXETS wa wftl aaal a box fre. Ai. Stolmn RAmedf Gxnpanf, Cicao or Ntw York, mE!joainj; advrtineat anj paper. n.t : t Hp.