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WON BY A WKECK. "No, I am not cutout for a noldler! rlfo. I could ntrer stand tho rushing about and moving from pluco to plnco," said Violet Lancaster, Impatiently tupping the tessellnted pavement w ith the toe of her dainty Bhoe. "lint you havo given me distinct en couragement," urged tho good looking young fellow who was bending low over her chulr, "and led mo to bollovo that you cared for ma " "Indeed, Captain Winter, I am exceed ingly sorry if my behavior at any tlun haalndueed you to form such an entirely erroneous Impression of my feelings to ward you." Tho junior captain of tho Black hur-rj drew himself up promptly ut thoso cld, cruel word. "You moan what you say, Mlsa lm casterlr" "Certainly!" "Is there any one else?" "You have no right to ask that, C p tain Winter," Violet answered, withailng of defiance In her c lear tones. "I have every right," ho returned bit terly. "It Is the only thing that would exenso and justify your rejecting me In this heartless manner. You havo treated 1110 shamefully, Miss Lancaster." "Hush! Don't talk so loudly," she In terrupted. Then she added: "You will keep your mistake to your self? " "You need not alarm youralf. I have not tho slightest Intention of wearing my heart ou my sleeve for all tho daws to peek at. Hut hero I mean to remain un til you tell mo whether or not I havo a fuvored rival." "I'leaso taUo mo back to the ballroom at once. Dancing has eommeneod uud Sir Felix will bo looking for me." Ho neither moved nor spoke. Seeing that the only way to escape was to answer his question, she murmured almost below her breath: "There is no ono else." "Then," ho replied, "you havo been simply playing with me. Tho other fel lows atlirm tliat the girls of a garrison town are leurful dirts and amuso them selves In making playthings of military hearts. I never believed it until tonight. I will det-iln ym no lunger." When they met again, it was on a scene of horror, and amid sights and sounds the memory of which is burned Into Violet's brain forever. The down express In which, not by premeditation, both were passen gers had in the fog dashed Into some empty trueks standing where no trucks should have been just outside the little station of Southwold. The rear carriages escaped damage, and it was in this part that Captain Wintci was traveling. When the sickening crash came, his first thought was f.r Violet Lancaster. He knew she was in t ho train, for their eyes had met for one brief Instant at tho ticket olliee at tin point oi departure. Now, Captain Winter, half dazed, but quite unhurr. jumped out of the smoking carriage, where he had been dreaming of his lost l" t , mid looked wildly around for her. .Mas! ?:hohad been, he knew, in the ladies' compartment, near the engine, which was now only a hideous mass of smoking ruins. Ho caught the burly guard by the at m. "Uhere is a lady under there. Great heaven! Why do ymi stand gaping hen" 'We think all are out, sir, " said the guard, iuo ing uneasily under his strong grasp. "Leac go, sir 1 There's no call to pinch mo like that. I didu't upset the train." " I didn't see what I had got hold of. You must move tins wreckage. Seo" pointing to a shattttvd glass window at their feet, which still bore a lluttering pa per legend, "Ladies Only." "fhewaslo here. I saw her get on at Leeds!" "Wo daren't movo it until tho lifting jacks come, sir," put in tho station mas ter, who had joined tho group. "If there is any one there, wo should run tho risk of crushing her. " Captain Winter looked around the circls of faces. All looked back at him inquir ingly, as if seeking a leader. ' Volunteers!" ho said briefly. "Men, eho is my sweetheart!" With a smothered cheer they leaped on tho wreckage and worked like demons to clear it. Captain Winter's military train ing stood him in good stead. His direc tions were sharp and clear, and to blunder was impossible. Weights and strength were well adjusted, and tho heavy inasp was raided and so propped that it could not slip, and then they found what they were seeking. A porter saw l,er first She was lying ns if nslecp, her dress undisturbed, her lovely head iinruHled. Captain Winter had hurried forward at tlx lirst cry that tho lady was found. Ho stood now, white faced and rigid, and all the others instinctively turned away their looks from him. Tho doctor cauio forward at onco. ne curried ono arm in nn improvised splint anil .'ling. It was broken, but, with tha spirit of self sacrifice which is characteris tic of his profession, ho forgot his own pain in trying to alleviate that of others. "Dead!" ho said briskly. "Not a bit of It. She's only fainted. I don't believe tho has a scratch. Carry her up to the station und we'll soon havo her round. My dear sir, that arm is unfortuuately broken," nji Captain Winter was eagerly trying to shako his right hand. "Try the other if you don't mind and then bear a band with the lady. I am helpless, and the less she is shaken up the better." "Violet," said Captain Winter half an hour later as they sat by the fire in the Station master's r&om waiting for the re lief train to take them on, "the regiment is ordered abroad." "I know," sho said in a low tone. "I saw It in Tho Gazette. " "Train's in sight, sir," tho guard popr ped his head in to say. "All right Walt a rnlnuto, Violet. X should havo como to sco you beforo I left Kugland to know was that a true answer you gave me two years ago?" he added abruptly. "No," answered Violet quietly, all the coquetry gono out of lier, "It was not I have been dying for you ever since." Cincinnati I'ost. A Ntorjr f Stage. Russell Sage tucked himself away in a Sixth avenue elevated car one evening, and as he emerged from his corner he ask ed thv gateman if ho happenod to have a copy of any evening paper about him that he didn't happen to want. The cm ploy o replied with a low salaam that he was in possession of such a commodity, and Mr. Sago passed out, with a look of gratifica tion on Ids high, financial brow. "Did Cnele Iucll give you half a dol In" inquired a good natured fellow who had seen the millionaire stop at the gate. "Yes," replied the gateman, with a grin, "but I gave him M cents in ohangt for it." Nw York Journal. AUROHA ON THE YUKON. The Unwarmlng Light Flauhe on Frosa 111 vert and Oreat Know llanka. Daring the winter months tho aurora on the Yukon is very brilliant and Intensely beautiful. Iteommences early in tho fall, and last, with moro or less brilliancy, throughout tho long aretlo winter. It generally Commences upon tho setting of tho sun, although in midwinter it has sometimes been so bright that It was visi ble at noon whllo tho sun was shining brightly. Tho rays of tho light lirst shoot forth with a quick, quivering motion, are then gathered and form a great arch of flro spanning tho heavens. It glows for un instant like a girdlo of burnished gold; then, unfolding, great curtains of light drop forth. These royal mantles of bright crango, green, pink, roso, yellow and crim son aro suspended and waved between heaven and earth as with an Invisible hand. Tho rapid gyrations and scintilla tions of light and blending colors are in tensely bewildering and suiorbly beautiful. Tho whole phenomena of waving wreaths, flickering flames, rays, curtains, fringos, bands and Hashing colors, tho strange confusion of light and motion, now high in tho heavens, then dropping like curtains of gold and silver lace, spar kling with a wealth of rubies, sapphires, emeralds and diamonds, penetrating dark gulohos and darting through somber green forests, lighting the whole landscape as with a thousand eleetrio lamps, form a very poor idea. This unwarming light, as it flashes along tho frozen rivers, tho groat banks of snow, and reveals the huge mountains of glistening ice and black lines of fir, indeed, is of tho purest arctio oast, and causes ono to button his coat closer over his chest, and with a shiver ho is glad to seek a light of less brilliancy, but one of life giving warmth. At tho breaking up of winter the hour9 of eunshlno are rapidly increasing, and continue so until midsummer, when tho sun beams forth L'2 hours out of tho 24, while on tho high mountain peaks it is for a period of several days In Juno not en tirely out of sight during tho 24 hour3. During tho months of July and August tho weather becomes very warm, and even hot, and miners aro glad to seek a shady retreat in which to do their labor. After this period the hours of sunshine gradual ly decrease, until during tho shortest day9 the sun shines but 4 hours out of tho 24. But at this period tho aurora is very in tenso and helps very materially In driving darkness from that dreary land. Tho ther mometer goes down to 70 degrees below zero In winter, but the atmosphere is very dry, and consequently the cold Is not so perceptible as ono would imagine.-Alaska News. ICE CAVERNS STUDIED. f.ieorie rm to How tlic Ice Itt Formed T Tlu'ne l'nri-rgrouiil Kffrlgrratom. Kdwln S. Dalch addressed the meeting rf the Academy of Natural Sciences on "Ice Caves and the Causes of Subterranean Ice." Ho described tho difference between lco caves, ice gorges and wind caves. Wind holes, or cold air current eaves, ho said, sucked in cold a'r 1 iring the winter and blew it out dtirlr.; tho summer. They were not neces-ar.ly connected with anj lee deposit, while ico gorges retained thu ico made during the winter late into tho summer and sometimes through the sum mer by reason of their location protecting them from tho effects of tho heated air: but Ice caves have a roof, and in his travels In search of information, which had been extended through Hungary, Germany, France, Switzerland and part of America, as well as from tho rather scant literature of the subject, ho found that tho mouth was always located on tho slope of a cliff, at the base of a cliff, or it was a largo pit into which the ico cave opened. Their size, he said, varied from several hundred feet in length to quite small holes. Tho ice differs mucii from tlit of the glaciers, containing no crevasses and hav ing rounded edges The eaves aro fes tooned with ico stalactites and stalagmites, some of these being from Ntoll meters in length, sometimes hollow. Ico walls of considerable length and height also ap pear in some, and subterranean snow hai been reported as occurring. Tho natives of all Ice cave localities, he said, maintain that they are colder in summer than in whiter, which had In) many observers into error, the natives per haps being led astray by the fact that in summer they are much colder than t.m outsido atmosphero, whllo in wintur tt icy aro somewhat warmer. Many hypotheses, ho said, had boor, ad vanced to account for these eaves, o no of which was that they were tho rem.Vius of the glacial period; but this hud beey, com pletel disproved, as many of then i have been entirely cleared of ice, Lnt it always reformed again the following wlntr jr. An other was that tho cave rock, Hear) y always llmo rock, contained salt, whicli was do composed with tho summer heu't and car ried Into tho cave by tho pereo' lating wa ter; still another, that evaporation and expansion had something to do with It, and again that pressure was tho responsi ble cause. Ho thought, howe'.-er, that the corroct explanation was, as J t seemed to acconl best with tho known C icts, that, as tho mouth of theso caves is .'always a con siderable distance above tholluor, tho cold, heavy winter air entering the eaves would 6lnk to the bottom, congui .ling the water tliero and that which pcro dated through during external thaws. In summer the heat would affeot tho upper layers of this cave air first, and by Its consequent expan sion more or hn would ?.m forced out, but that thowholo body of ome air would not be affected by tho lieirf; beforo tho next winter set lu. Philadelphia limes. Th Krjrutan State. Pennsylvania is called tho Keystone State. Two explanations havo bevn given of this rinio. Acconling to the first, the Declaration of Indvjiondenoc- was trembling in tho balance, six colonies having voted for and six against it. Tho voto of Penn sylvania was cast In favor of tho Declara tion, and thus a majority was secured. According to the other explanation, tho name was purely an aeeddent. When tho Itook Creek bridge was constructed, near Washington, tho stones of tho great arch wero Inscribed with tho names of the states, and .when it was finished tho dl. oovery was made that tho name of Penn sylvania was on tho keystone of tho arch, and thus was applied afterward to the Itato. Shoe Iluttonn In DUfavor. There has tieon a great falling off in the use of shoo hjttons. The manufacture win formerly vory profitable, but ow ing to cut ting of jirleesv, the disuse of tho button sho by men, and to some extent by women, the profits have leon lessened. Shoo and Leather Ilcportor. If tho entire population of tho world Is j considered to bo 1,40(1,000,000, tho brains j of this number of human beings would j weigh l,'.' ", 7 12 tons, or as much as VO iru.ici.id-. of the ordinary sUo ti ... - n.. i School boy Long Ago. Only CO years havo passed since tho boys of Kton ventured to Ixg that pipes might bo laid in some of tho school buildings so that they need not fetch water from tho pumps in tho freezing winter weather, and tho H-tltlon was promptly rejected, with the scornful comment that "they would bo wanting gas and Turkey carpets next!" At lti'iiostcr, another bl Kg llsli school, all the lads had to wash in an open yard called "Moult," where half a dozen t ulis wen ranged around tho wall, and it was the duty of one of the juniors to go from tut) to tub on frosty mornings, and thaw the i-o with a candle. Comfort was deemed a bad tiling for boys, lest they should grow up dainty and unmanly. "Cold:'" said Dr. Keate, a famous head master of I'.ton, to a j Hir little bit )f hu manity whom ho tin t shivering and shak ing in tho hall. '"Don't talk to mo of I hv ing cold! You must learn to boar It, sir! You aro not at a girls' school!" Agnes Kepplicr in St. Nicholas. A llabttK'ing Trick. When we tell you that it is possible to balance a cup one -quarter full of hot cofleo on tho point of a curing knife, don't ex press your Incredulity without giving us a chance to explain the teat. iYo confess that tho propusit ion is somewhat startling, but you remember what Hamlet said to Horatio. Here is tho way to do It, but nervous persons need not attempt It. Insert a cork In the handle of a culi'ee cup tightly, but Ttot so vigorously ns t snap the handle off. Stick a four prom-ed fork in the cork, a shown in t he il'ust-at inai. two of tho protiL-s on one sido of tho handle and two on th other. Thu arrangement lowers the center oC gravity of the apparatus. an.l you may now placo'tlio cup on the point of the knife. Do tli.s -( ry carefully and tentatively, to see t!i U the cup is In exact equilibrium. It. is hardly la ssary to say that tho hand t.nat holds the upright Jknlfe must a very s;eady one. r then- n ny bo a smash up, but witli quiet nerves a j1 careful han dling tin- feat may readily luSaccomplishnl. If you have any donbts n the -ulj",-t, drink thceoffiv first. Philadelphia Times. lilt Spelling l,-f4Mll. "Class H, att nti.'ii ! liifl iiy," The teacher s;ivi, "s; 11 aunt." But ll miv In -ill ln in a i down Alii s.iH. 'I'm 'fi.ii'l J V Tin- next tunc that 1. is turn came 'Twas ut tin- wt.nl h-i iti. I l tut Hi nny i.ni.v .si.OMimred, I ilun't Im Ii.'V 1 Tin' thir.l tim lb' enillt n't 'v, '!, i; i . ; ' , ".- ell v. i i.lij. thoiik-liiliQ tri:-d it, p.-ll u.ijtc. ' s.u 1 t tcai-i.i-r, ." lie ;-,. lied it ncth'H C onqianicn. I.iCbt 1'vom Su,-;:r. Take an on t,o a d;.n ro light will It spark lroiioa Ml" pic e of loaf J sugar in- !)!. I re.:!: it. and ' n Hash of urn n semblitig I ely tho i-.i'l lei t I'ic bat tofr Itctri Out luit. Not long ago," says a Philadelphia clergy i nan, "I made an earner t appeal dur ing a Sunday morning .i rvh e for contri butions to support a certain branch of the church work. I he ushers dls I'vilmted blank subscription c::rds, which wi ro to be filled uutVNith promises tu pay perilled sums within a year and rcturno 3. uno of our leading members filled out. his card for 5, but by the time the ushers, collected the blanks he bad changed ais 'jnlnd and de cided not to gio anyth'.liy. Ho held thr paper in bis bai.d until tja-clrtvrch servicer were oer, and upon lieavliifcj the churcl tore it ui 1" little piece and threw it ic the street. Pro idenco had any eye on that man, atul sj did a policeman rli'i stood on the corner. The latter arrest tl the erring brother for ti. rowing the p:; pt'r in tho street, took iilm t the police ration and bad him lucked up. The next tnorning he was lined 7..'.o mr lolat ing ; 14 city ordl nance." New York Tribune. A .Monster (tMllioti-., In Mcr.h o nio bun d ruins -of ancient Aztec teoeallis, or "gods' h nscs" ;-oua ol which are thousands of years old. One of these, near Cholula, is in 'bo f..riiiof a truin atco pyramid. Kadi si Jc of the base of this pyramid Is l,l;i U U which ll twice thi lengt!i of the grttt;uyramld of ISgypt. The height of tliis Mejxiean won der is 177 fcot, ami its hasoruw rs an urn if 44 acres. St Louis Ueiaiblh'. Childhood Appt'titn. The appetite of a child Is quite as su ccptlblo of cdi, eat ion in both a right ami a wrong direction as are its inen.l or moral faculties, and parents, in whoso t amis this education mainly rests, should give th subject careful consideration, sift e upon it the future health and usefulness of their children not little devolve, Wt should nil be rulers of our appetites instoad of sub joet to them, hut whether this bo s or not depends greatly upon early dietetic train Ing Man.y a lo ing mother, by 1 S ought less Indulgence of her child in sins m and jut of season, in dainties and tuf.ufls that Imply serve to gratify the pala.te.As foster ing l "love of appetite" which may ruin lier child in years to come. '1 her,, arc In Jicrlted appotlte and tetidench'Sir is true, but own these may be larg ly rcor.io by careful early ttaining In right way of eat ing and drinking. It is posslh le tc ti ad. "ery young children to me such, food as i "best for them and to refrain Ir.Bii I hi eat ing of things harmful, and it should be one of the first cone ins of ecn f noth. r t start her children on tho road t a loan! . 1 and womanhood ivdl trained In i- ri' i dietetic habits. Mrs. K. K 'i 2)od Housekeeping. j?-. i t 1 1 1 1 r.ug. In w.iiip o'' tin hi ;h class f .irlil'i.lii shops aro to bo f ai al v.'hit ;ir caliti! "Utillrv ha :-. " T;.i i.re t!.. 1 . r : shaped to I ! i.-.'s i f t . ol ( ry v.a i . ;. hi 4 t . i uf : -i s ,miv i,i l:i l.n.ii A new v;:rity of i.ci. ; v.:r. dallion delft. '1 lie u: .! is i With whieli v.' ale lain i . i,,r i : '- il!- t 1. I. 'no v. :, I . . ' S l;.. 'lfleeted potior.,, the dec. r i. .li 1 o i : . r a dark line n . on 1 1 b in hi :.d, ii -a.ili;. i a eaalier in lim ru!i ai.-ti .ni.:ii i !. in! .; lb) time el v !...: li s I. i.i" .i i.. .- ;i . -, is on vei v pice Tim li .nl s ..i. ;,, ; I'lii'uci ii sii.. with a .-lint, ol i.li i . ; t . dueed, the w.iw bein;; de!lt en'v io .i..r ing. Many p' a teric-i li.i.o piuli;. . ii d l;; patter; s of lite. '1 hat from tie1 I) ;'.-, kilns is aiii'.ng the iia i.l-o, i:.. -; , l.a i r: both characier and l li'i'. t without i Ing tho Dutch elem m. I'rillrt ni rillmvstiiiM. Pillowslips l..-ik cry ; rety when trhi. mel all ai.ii.ni with li.liii.g. on.e: . !. .. they have a 1 .r iw sa'iu stite!. ne-ho. ! ,.n worked in the miu. II , this i ie ,ei i .: .. el oer against the b x at nig..'., s.. that the plain si'ie is u; i noo.-L smart pillows are covered with 1 riuMly colored silk The slips are then on. am -Mi- en at mo mus witn i.: e i:. . ii io i ;,n.i .m- er oi-en week, tl.roiigii whivi, the loaned cover Is visible. SvCiirB ttn l'la-!.i-t. Tim VM-il llr.s.i-d. , are! Ill V.-(i!M;,ll li.-.rr - a ,:. ; ,, ... ,.,ir ,,,, -., her co-tnme. ll your , la-U t (i;"h ;.if. slue, nave i;ooks ami . y s on i no i i x i . r i and see that thev are alwavs .s lv telied If the placki t is at the bach, i! :. . have your j oi ki t put anywhere laai'i' Let the waistband of t lie si-. irt lap tar .e. r if the placket opens at the ba k, and (.. then yuu need salety Imok and eyes. An .1. .1 lu at ion 1 1 Si rii;dtt-,)k. One mother has inlri'ibie i a new ;cci patiou to her cliiidren. 'lids is thvic-.n ftruction of a sciapbool; of noted j e ; ! i the day. Each has a j ..,; o!i-whi,-i: i newspaper int ore is pasted ;.t the top. W Ucath tiiis photograph tin' ci.ili write When the per- in w :. i born, tin liiefe-t ac count of his or ., r lib; up to date, and pes eilly the time of ilc.it h A ( Hint. Ingmaii. i: . n-tj.w hM t , i r... uf m XJw1 M I IIHU I 1 II. I I 2TX 1 2 M Mil It I tU lH.ese,..', l . ; . r. i . i, f " A " 'ftaSs th a:'e . i ;..- ,,. i " n i. rXt .ulie.l ::..: .' :..:M -. 'S:K W v----. and d .nu.-.o. . ..... rf- . ''i 1 W lit h CX H ast f T I 1 CWf l ifl TOW ale of p..:". t. !.: ! ., ... J ..kX.- iU Hi wiio is mi. i : 1 . o t ', ,: i ', i , . i i : ; ous o; ;.. r ' -. to ii ,, i ,i . i . j lolid theinst ic.'. I If a fowl is i hi and tough, it may be"' v-'-made t'niier. says an i xj.ei lei.c d cook, by ' !),'' p'.'iVo-.- i wrappii.;: it areially in a i! mbie tlii"k :., i.;. i.e.u ness of wrai i i:.g paj er. pinning it so if. "l1 " cannot como undone, and roasting it for a ! '.: , ' full hour ineiitako it out f t:.u im:i ( i i.i -. i . remove th.' in; er and ro.ist uni.l it is i ur o-is ..nd . fectiy tinder, basting it uud turning it (reOjUeullv. "How Khali I a Kscupe?" Tho Kcripturi'S may b a dangerous weapon to put into the hands of those who pervert their meaning, cither intentional lv or through want of und rstandng Lv- try one has heard how Lorenzo Dow, hav- lngresohtd Hi j. reach a sermon against women's tall bonnets, took for his text t he -i I I .1 II. I words loj knot, c. me down, wliicli he had ingenioiisiy i ervirted Irom the linrs "Let him .hich is on the housetop not , . . , come dow n. Less arttul than this, nut iuit' as amusing, was the unconscious ri or n.aih by a yoiui'g stu.ii ii!, of tla'ology at Will. 'a- ham seminary, whose case was recently!,., related by an old diine. The st ud.'Ml went out me Saturday to preach his tn.n pernif n. When he r.'tut n'd Muiiday, tlit vem rable Dr. X said to him: "Well, how dil lull get along':'" "Oh, very well, 1 thought." "tilad to hear it. What was your text" " 'How shall we escape if we lu-glcct tu great salvation''' " "Viry good text very good text. How did you handle it?" "Well, lirst 1 showed them how great this saKati hi was" "1 hat's right. And then?" "And then I told then how they might escape if they neglected it." Youth's Companion. A. 11. Palter, with L C. Atkins cv Co. Indianapolis, Ind., writes: "I hav never before given ;i ti stimonial in my life. 15ut I wil! say tin t for thruo yi ars wo have never I ecu v itnoMt (!b:unb r lain's Colic. Cliclera an d Dianlm a Ib ni edy in tho house, am' my wife would as soon think of being wit In ut Hour : s a hot tie of this Kennd v in the sum nut sea son. Wo luwe used it with all tlueo ' our children audit has uev r fai ! t cure not simply slop pain, 1 ut ire :i-soluti-ly. It is all right, and my. r.r who tiios it wil) liml so. ' For sale by Hivin iV Khol" From An Old Soldier Knox. Ind., .Ian. i I, 1S'I. dents : I have every confidence in n -commending your Syrup of iVpsin. I am ?:.' years of ago and am broken down, tho trouble having boon brought on by my experience in the war. Your medi cine has done mo more good than a hun dred doctors and I am just about well of stomach troubles. Yours truly. TM-TT.KsON YVlI.lMX.M. For sale bv II. S Webb. "There' no use in talking," says W. ll. Ilroadwell, druggist. La Cygno, Kas., "Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar rh'i'a Ketnedy does the work. After tak ing medicine of my own preparati n and those of others' I t ok a dose of Chamberlain's and it helped me ; a sec ond dose cured me. Candidly ami con scientiously I can recommend it as the liest thing on the market." The 'Jo and o0 cent .size for sale bv Hivins Y Khodt s. Tried Ar d Triif. Thousands have tried Dr. Caldwell's Syrup 1 psin for constipation, imiiees. tion and sick headache ami have found it true to the claim made for it, viz: that it is tho best remedy now before the tro d people for the relief id .stomach troubles. Trial sizesioe. large sizes .Vie and d.'0 of H. S. Webb. Wanted-An Idea I VTho can thlr.k f nii lrn.n l liirf to i.ftt. -ntt Vmtoct j-rir l.1rn: thrr tiny t.rlntf vmi wraith; Write JOHN WhbDF.KelTflN A CO. f'jittfit AtT tr, W-hlntii. I. '.. f'-r thrlr ti.n rlio oiler at lt uf I w buuarwi luuuiluu wuia. IM I ILI, MjLI' 0I.D MUA1UILLI I J I I r. LI IrJ S Ell. c fif-lif-lOr I ll - AbtLicious ON tACM. A m !T0NC Mr. Isaac !innr, propi'i tor of the r.urton lii'iis. , Unil' V. '., ami .no of tlie mosi wiib ly known iin-u in the state was cured of i inuinatisiu after tliroo years of siitleiino. lie says: "1 have lint siitie ieii! eimiiii.inil of language to -oii ey a uy it e a ol wiiat I sullenii, my physicians told me that nothing nuld 1 e linn.- for lueantl my friends were 1 nlly oiii i ne 1 1 that nothing but death would ieiiee in" ( f my sut! erin.'; In .lune, 1V,.M. Mr. Lv ti-, then sales man forth" Win ling Drug Co., rtcom -m ,.!..;,.v pi,, 1 '. .lm t this tim.- mv loot iiml lauli wmv MwiiL n j to llioi'e thai! li' Ul lo tiieil' iH.lllli'.l si.e and it sf meii to ne - my 1- g would burst. I I Ml m mil 1 1 I . e I I i in iisile.r I!,,. I'aili , . i .. i . ... : .ir,:;;;,: ;;;,t zx" ( 1ltir, lv (L J,r .,i ! by Dhins. OV I ill nil 1II.NC!:':V SAbb: e of M n l, i jari, t he ou a d oi, .1 ,ii ( hancery. (icllit S V. ,!, til.-', e i:t, 1 r-tti'i'in y in 'm t. n.r (-. o- li On 'I ill i 1 . li, ed . W i a-lit. .lo-i (.a II. M .1 : I nt..l li. 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".-TV .-uiicU.i lol .oiiiiauilullit. Alil.il, Mull. Bert Wnoiiviiru leal felalc liiukr 4 V.lKi". I.o. iff. i.i, 'it-' e ... Ki 'i I.-!.. Itr inn p-ij. r- n : .; . '" .' ' 1. 1 .ok-; a' 0 r nr. n i 1 ' i'..r to n 1 1 iW III I S Huh proe ity o.r ft;-' part of the eouTitr- tl'LUlfc-e Ifl e. IJ Waniud-An Idea Vr.ei t y iii. M "-; fli.-r M:av 1 r 1 1 1 r -n uori'th. Wrlir JOHN Wi nnoiu.l UN .' . r'.t-tit At.r t.rp, V'a iU-!?i."i. O . f t Oi' d 1 ""' t iim iaf uJ lUt v( Iwv LaiiueJ luuowiiit aiuU -.IHLl-LWdll I'' lurL 'J I KLL I kVd UkMj.;,- f f nil 1-VJL.JI IWI 1, r - ...ft Alilrf TC flf f-ACF-l and Nuranoub ionic V 1 . V -r.A cir.h TSfrpn ir.Air or purity v PACK AG f - YOU'LL WAfIT IT AGA!fl. AUOTiOUEER ! r JERKY SMI TH Aiuti ALMA, MICH. n. b .'.li.'i.d i n . l,;ir.v- 1,,'.. I.iu- ll I', t I " J. f -!.,. k. I. .ll'. -In. Ll l.li tieli L' U I ;1 1 1 ' 1 .-I I Ml.il ;dl. Addles- US ilin.ir, IF YOU WANT A GLliLAN SHAYK BtMEMGCR P.. 0. 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