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A Hi : L .ot toanA tat THE: RISING SIN STOVII POLISH in cakes for general blacking of a stove. Trie! SUN PASTE POLISH lor a quick after -dinner shine, applied and pol ished with a cloth. SXorse Bros., I'rop., Canton, Mass.. U.s- A.. KNOWLEDGE Brings comfort and improvement and tends to personal enjoyment when rightly used. The many, who live bet ter than others and enjoy life more, with less expenditure, by more promptly adapting the world's best products to theneeds of physical being, will attest the value to health of the pure liquid laxative principles embraced in the remedy. Syrup of Figs. Its excellence is due to its presenting in the form most acceptable and pleas ant to the taste, the refreshing and truly beneficial properties of a jverfect lax ative : eficctuallj' cleansing the system, dwelling colds, headaches and fevers r.r.(i permanently curing constipation. It has given satisfaction to millions and n.et with the approval of the medical profession, liecau-e it acts on the Kid revs. Liver and Dowels without weak ening them and it is jxrfectly free from every object i nable sultance. Syrup of Figs is for sale by all drujr plst in fOe and $1 Wtle?, but it is man ufactured by the California Fig Syrup Co. only, whose name is printed on every package, also the name, Syrup of Figs, and Wing well informed, you will not accept any substitute if otiered. lJutOijr;i pfiin Flying Insects. The French ariists appear to have irotn-n the art of photography ilown to t ti.;i-h liner basis than those of Amer ica and Knglaud. They wen llrst to photograph Hying bullets. ra-e horses hi motion and other rapidly moving objects. The latest triumph reported from Paris is a photograph of a Hying dragon tly by M. Marey. in which the t'Xp sure was but the l-l".oo part of n s-nl. Hy the aid of a small electric lamp inside of the mouth of an assis" taLt, Marey als claims to have pho tographed the moving globules of blood circulating in the veins, and to have detected a difference in the motion of the colored and colorless -orpusclos. AND ATTRACTIVE TT03IFX Tlieir (Joed Looks Not a Scrre. srnnttTo ort laut KrtM? 3 Ko matter to what country she belong-:. tr whether she be. black or white, a. ts'omau she desires to look well. Women know the influence of beauty cm men; men rarely admire a beautiful Invalid, but they do admire a woman in whom ii blended goo l features and per fect health. There is no secret alout a woman's be.iu'y; it all lies in th cue she devotes to herself, to removing from her system nil poisonous impurities, and keeping at Lav tlurwi fearf;:l female disease:'. The Hashing eye, elastic step, and bril liant complexion are never companion cf a womb trouble; only th distressed expression an 1 aches, pains, blue?, faint Iiess, diz.ines, bearing-down feeling, etc.. keep it company. Lydia '. PiuklKtm'n Vegetable f'om jioun l removes female troubles promptly, anJ cle:in:e, invigorates, and conse quently beautifies, the form of woman. Women, the world over, pay homage to it, and praise its discoverer. Your drug gist sells more of it than ull other fcinule xuedicines. JON KS HE PATS THE I'KI.ICillT." Farm and Wagon Vnitw! State Statnlaril. All 5is and All Kind, Hut made by .1 trust or rnnt; filled by a combination, tor Free l'ix,li and 1'rice I.it, alt!r-?. JO.VF.S OF IIINUII AMTOX, Jltuilntmlon.N. V., "T.S..L. - - v r a n w DR. J. C AVER'S Highest Awards Cherry Pectoral At the World's Fair. SAVED BY A FEIEND. Vroht tlit- Krming Post, Chlcayo, III. "William II. TheoJ, who is employed by the Title. Guaranty and Trust Company, in the Stock' Mxchaage, Chicago, was seen one evening last week at the residence of Iiis parents. J."$ Cast lthickhnwk street. His experience is an interesting one in deod. which will prove more interesting ia allowing him to tell it in his own words. He says: "Some time ago I had an attack of typhoid fever which kept me in bed for several weeks. Having from child hood always been in very delicate health, my physician and also my parents feared that I must surely succumb to the disease. Hut 1 gradually passed the danjrer point and after some time became convalescent, and in due course of time became strong enough to go down town and uttend to my c!erical duties. Hut for some reason I could not get back my strength and I found that the effects of the malady were still present" in my system. 1 had no ai petite. and the most tempting dishes which my anxious mother could prepare had no attractions for me. I became pale, lan guid, gained no strength, and, in fact, became weaker day. after day. I became morose and peevish, and added to this state of my nervous system there was ev erv evidence of quick consumption such as short breathing, a deathly pallor, re- j lieved only by he t je Hushes and. in act, a general breaking down of my whoh sys tem. Mr condition was such thai my parents became very much alarmed, al though of course they did not communi cate their fears to me. The fact is that while 1 saw their alarm and felt myself surely and slowly losing my hold on this life 1 really did not care, for life had be come a burden to me the way that I felt. "It was while I was in this desperate fra.r.e of mind that one day my fellow ciek handed me a pamphlet and two boies of Ir. Williams I'ink Pills which he brought me from the drug store across tbe street. 1 took both the bxes and the p.nnphlet home and showed them to my mother. She was of the opinion that if the medicine would do as it was claimed, "t might save my life, and she advised me by all means to give it a fair trial. I did so, and the result exceeded my fondest hopes. Although I have so far only used Three boxes of the pills, the improvement of my general condition is almost marvel on. The severe headac hes from which I suffered untold torments have wholly dis appeared, my appetite is again good. I eat hearty meals now three times a day and digest the food splendidly, and my strength is returning. My complexion, as you can see for yourself, is quite clear. My lungs are sound and. in fact, 1 am now a healthy and strong man." Ir. Williams Pink Pills contain, in a condensed form, all the elements neces sary to give new life and richness to Iff blood and restore shattered nerves. They are an unfailing specific for suc!i diseases as locomotor ataxia, partial paralysis. St. Vitus' dance, sciatica, neuralgia, rheu matism, nervous headache, the after effect of la grippe, palpitation of the heart, pale und sallow complexions, all forms of weakness either in male or female, and all diseases resulting from vitiated humors in the blood. Pink Pills are sold by all deal ers, or will be sent post paid on receipt of price löo cents a box. or six 1 Mixes for J.."0. by addressing Dr. Williams' Medicine Company, Schenectady, N. V. Atlanta and the South. The Chicago and Kasten. Illinois Kail read will, during tie time of the expo sition at Atlanta. Sept. IS to Dec. .51, lS'JÖ, offer exceptionally hue service be tween Chicago and the South. A low rate ticket will be sold, and through oars run to all Southern jioints. This is fifty five miles the shortest route to Atlanta, Chattanooga aud the South. Cor guide to Atlanta and the exposi tion address C. W. Humphrey. North western Passenger Agent, St. Paul, Minn., or city ticket ollice. No. Chun 1 street. Chicago. Charles L. Stone, lien- eral Passenger Agent, Chicago. Site Was Chasing the Cow. Among the women who would scon: being called "the new woman." thert are tine specimens of most ndvancee and energetic ability. A family not ten miles from the Louis ville postolti.e owns a very valuabb and highly cherished cow. She spends her days in a choice country pasture lot provided by the friends who lovt her. and her nights in a luxurious bait attached to the city residence. The other evening the dist ressini. news was brought that Iteauty war missing: she had escaped from her blue grass boudoir and had gone for a stroll The family was perturbed, scouts wrr sent in all directions to find the stra pet Peau;y. but with no resulls. The next night came, and still no cow had been found. After the family had retired the lady of the house was arous ed from troubled slumbers by the moo ing of Keauty echoing on the Moonlit midnight, summer air. She feared by the time she awakened her husband the cow would have tlowi again, so she jumped into hoi slippers threw ;i petticoat over her nightdress and scampered noiselessly down to tin barn, just in time to see the fliscour aged animal turning; out of the alley u g down the street. There was no time for delicate reluc tanee to be felt. The lady in white tlei out the back gate, sped a square aftei She Hying' cow. caught her and led he; back to the barn in triumphant joy. As the dame once more climbed inb her bod. the husband awoke to exclaim ".Mary, where on earth have vol been'.'' And .Mary blithely replied: "Chasm; the cow down on Blank street." Louis ville 1 'otirier-.Iournal. One of the cleverest inventions eve passed by the patent otlieo Is the ma chine for sticking common pins in th papers in which they are sold. Th contrivance brings up the pins in rov draws the paper in position, crimps I in two lines, then at a single push pasi es 1 he pins through the paper and set them in position. The remedy for coughs and colds. Its record: fifty years of cures. CROPS IN BAD SHAPE. Agricultural Depart incut Reports General Decline in Condition. I'eports to the Agricultural Depart ment show a decline in the conditions of all the principal crops, except oats, rye und barley. The derailed summary shows a wide-spread reduction in the condition of potatoes, due largely to drought. Com plaints of potato rot come from the Northern and more Southern New Iing lnnd States. New York, several of the States ud joining the great lakes and Mis Houri and Kansas. The losses from leaf blight and insects appear to have been exceptionally light. The most serious complaint of the potatogiowcr this year is the low price of the product, particu larly in the Northwest. The report from the department's agent for Wisconsin and Minnesota represents that in the latter State the tubers "do not pay for digging." He says that the yield is enormous. Sweet potatoes have suffered op.o seriously from la-k of rain and their condition has been materially red need in many States. In seven States it has fallen from 1 to I'L iMiints. The condition of toba declined over li points. In Ohio, where condition is the lowest, something over half a crop is ex pected, and the same im.y be said of Maryland and Virginia. Continued drought, hot weather and high winds of September, causing premature ripening and dropping, have resulted in a loss of over - points in the average condition of apples. The greatest loss occurred in the central West, where the crop was abundant. It is thought both the eating and keeping quality of the fruit has been much impaired, and in many sections a tendency to tot is already noted. The average condition now stands at 7U. The general conclusion in the British cereal trade that the wheat harvest of the world for 1M." is about im.oiMMMiO bushels less than that of 1S'.I is an nounced in the report of the liuropean agent of the Agricultural Department for October. The estimates of this season's wheat Top in th Cnih'd Kingdom vary from Uli to ITT bush'ls an acte. Itoih in Croat Pritain and on th continent the wheat was harvest! in such favorable condition as to assure a hih percntage of Hour. Dubitli reports say that then is no doubt that North wvsiern farmers are holding back th'ir wheat on account of low prhes prevailing and marketing the; coarse grain instad. For several lays past the- receipts of wheat have fallen be low those of las y-ar. Koe'i v-rs sav that ifferings are daily growing Hghler, and the daily s.-s there support the statement. On the other hand, there has b'-n a more than com-spouding increise in -oars' grains, though of course the laily reports of car inspect ion do not show as large a total for all grain rec ipts. LANDING OF MARINES. Great Hritain Also Reported to Have Interfered in Korea. Information f the formidable uprising in Korea, resulting in the üsappoa ren.ee and probable d-ath if the tjueon. . "id the hi mliug of military foives hy the ("nitcd States and Curopean powers, has bo'ii iv-eivel by .Mil istM- Kurino if Japan fiMtn the foreign d!io at Tokyo. It is quite sensational, indicating tin- landing of marines by Knssian. the I'niN-d States and probably I'rcat 'ritain. The latest dispatch to Minister Kurino states that a force of Russian marines, forty in number, has b'en landed. Thus far they have con fined themselves to guarding the Knssian legation at Seul. I'nited States marines wer' landed fcom 1 . Yorktown to the number if sixt-ti. It is believed also that Hritish marines have been landed. lb-sid'S thes the Japanese have a -otisiderahlc force of soldiers at S-oul who have been preserv ing rIer. The lispatches -otne from Tiky and communicate tin- substanci of lispat-hes r''ivl from ilvu. Muira. the Japanese iiiviiy at Seuol. It appears from tlo-se lispatches that tin trouhlo had its in- eplion through the (Jin'cn's dislike of the newly organi.-! sdliers f Korea. The dd soldiers had the primitiv -piipno ut if the far I'ast, but with tie- progrss of .lapaiM'sc inllu'iic in Kotva two bat talions if Kon-an troops w r organized on modern m'thos. a-!i battalion num bered CdMl men. armed with modern weap ons. They wT well lrilh il and ollicer-!. When tin u''ii showeil her üsfavor toward thse nw troops thy app-alol to the Tai Won Kim. a powerful hief. who has long be-n at enmity wilh the u-ti. lb a'ptel th' loadTship of the n'W troops, and at the head of one battalion 'nt'r-d the Ou'-n's pala-'. Th native shliers lh-d from th palaoe. Th Tokyo dispatclu's do not state sp-if-i-ally what b'cam' of the (Juccu. further than that sh' has disappeared ami can not be locat-!. Note of Current Kvents At Ulenvilh'. Ohio. Carl Tmpiivtz is uiibr ar:vst on suspicion if having caus ed the death of his infant child by starva t ion. Patro l; Grant, father of Kob-rt Grant, the novelist, a successful liier haut at Itostoii. .Mass., tlied at lh' ag if Ni years. lthod Island's Grand Army men will erect 11 monument to tin Kornau Catholic soldiers of the Sta! who fell in the civil war. .lames A. .Ionian, indicted at Grand Kapids for making false affidavits on mih'ag" i.nd expt-nst-s as pension exam iner, has disapp'arcd. Th' New York Court if Appeals has atlirmod the conviction of Itat Sha for the munlcr of Kohrt Uoss at tlie Troy spring d' t ions of 1 SU I. Floods in the Agua I'ria and Gila Riv ers have aus'd serious breaks in the bridg's of the Santa IV Railroad ami Maricopa ami Phoenix Railroad. Why lo's the blootm-r girl still persist in carrying hT purse in h-r hand? Sh hasn't yet b-ariu'd one if the priin-ipal advantag'S if bifurated externals. Near Twohig Station. Texas, .1. Shaw, a ran hinan, two Mexican men ami a Mexican child v-re shot l-aI by thi-vcs who had stoh-n a yearling stoT from Sha w. Two no n w ho trh'd to work t!n 'thre' eanl iiumt" game on ItViijamin Wilson, a w-H-to-lo farinot living near Peru, Ind.. wi' driven off nt the point if a n vol VT. At Jasper, Ind.. Andr-w Comings was lined for breaking the leg of John Bur ton while trying to separate the latter ami his wife, who were engaged in a family fight. G-irg' It. Holims and I'JIa May I'er ris elop-l from Lexington. Ky.. am were marriel by Magistrate I lause at Jcfler onville, Ind. Tl,- bride was a pi il wf Uauiptou Colh-ge. "Old Put's" Plow. "When the lows came into Connecti cut that the British soldiers had lhvd the shot hoard "around the world." Is- i rad Putnam was plowing in a stony tield in his farm 5n Pomfret. The plow vanished from the unfinished fur row and from history, then and there, when "Old Put" took up arms for his country. It was res.-ued from a Windham County barn loft a short time apt and bought for a song by K. A. Brooks, an enthusiastic relic hunter of Hartford. It nw c-upU's an honored position among his collection of -urios!li's. The Putnam plow is a pretty tough -looking- j relic, but it is intact in all its parts. It is interesting and valuable aside front its assiciatiuis. in that it is a capital type of the plow used in New England during the colonial peritnl. Mr. Brooks has also secured a wrin kled old image of Bacchus, the oldest In tin? country, under whose benign countenance travelers found entertain ment iii the San ford tavern, in Wind ham town. In the s'vent'enth century. The linuro was carved from a log of p!ne by British prisonrs in Windhaut jail in 17N.- New York Ilerahl. A Silent Appeal for Help. When your khlneys and bladder are in active they are making a silent nppeal for h'lp. Don't Uisregnrd ir. lut wltti Histeltor"s SttHiiaeh I'itters safely itr.p'l them to activ ity. TIk'.v are In immediate langer, and it Is foolhardincss to shut m-s '.v'S to the fact. 15' wise In time, too, if you experience manifestation of dyspepsia, malaria, rheu matism, otistipation or nerv' trouble. The Hitters Lefor' a meal adds .st to it. A Scriptural Inn, The landlord if the .lerusahMii hotel 1 at Jaffa is named Ilarth'gg. Ho is a GTman. who tinges everything" con nected with his establishment with a sacred hue. The two wings if his hotel are respectively designated the Old Testament and the N'W Testament, while the twelve rooms in each corre spondingly b-ar the names of the twelve tribes of Israel and the twlv' apostles. Before leaving Mr. Hardegg presents each tourist with a little book of his own composing, stvled "Bible Pills." ami -arrying ui its -v'rs th- j injunction, "lino to bo taken evT.v , night and morning n assist yiur spir- ( iiual digestion." A gentli-iiiaii fnm l'ost.ui writes: '"Kivc brothers and sisters ail brought up o:i Il:lges I'nod. nie iiin-1' sar'd from th grave, and now my unn 'hi!lreu are if mirse introlticcd to it. Une 1S umutiis Id. as fat and licarty as -.my in the l:inc. the other, live w' Us old. has gainel jiounils since hirth. There is 110 sulisti tute for Kidge's I'ood." l'ach Acoonling; to Iiis Needs. For swearing in members in the En glish IIous' of Commons th' r-vis'd version of the Hilde is usd for Protest ants, the Douai version for (':uhdi-s and a cojiy in Hebrew for .lews. IanlrutT forms when th' glamls of the skin are weak'i.el. and if ncgl'ct'd. hald ness is snr' to follow. Ilah's Hair Ke newer is the best preventive. An I nsiii tiat ion. "Igist night I dreamed that I died. What lo you suppige wake-d ine uj:" 'W-as it'the heat?" I 1tKi.1r.VK I'iso s Cure fir Consuiiiption saved my buy's, life last summer. aI i:s. A 1.1.IK lu u i.ans, I.eKoy, yiich., Oct. 'JO, lS".t4. The age for the admission f cadets to the military academy at West I'oint is between 17 and JJ years. cdiciiie Is fully, as import in! and as beneficial us j Spring Medicine, for at this season there is j great langer to health in the varying tern- ! poraturv, old storms, malarial g rn:s, prev- ' alence of fevers and other disi'ases. All j these may be avoidel if the bhol is kept j pure, the digestion god. an I Uxlily health vigorous hy taking IHloocFs Sarsaparilla The One True lilo xl l'nrifier. r-frrrPc Dille cure all Iier ills, hilious IIUUU I HI'S ucss. h.-a.la.-h.'s. -J.V:. IS If a LIKE A GOOD TEMPER, SHEDS A BRIGHTNESS EVERYWHERE." ermlife The doctors tell us, now-a-davs, that disease germs are everywhere; in the air, in the water, in our food, clothes, money; that they get into our bodies, live there, thrive and grow, if they lind anything to thrive on. Consumption is the destruction of lung-tissue hy germs where the lung is too weak to conquer them. The remedy is strength vital force. 5cott 's E tn U Is 1011 , with hyponhosphites, means the adjustment of lung strength to overcome germ-life. It is fighting the germ with the odds in our favor. These tiny little drops of fat-food make their way into the system and re-fresh and re-invigorate it. Whether you succeed with it or not depends on how good a start the germs had, and how carefully you can live. The shortest way to health is the patient one. The gain is often slow. 60 tent and 1.00 SCOTT & BOWNIi, ChrmicU, New Vor Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Govt Report Ire Macliinery atnl ItettPr lay. Siitce the extensive introdmtion of the sew ing machines we do not hear of ' tlie listrossed nedlo women at ne ' time so prevalent. Typewriters get ' double the wag 's they would g r as ! p'U writers, and they do six times ns much work wilh -oinparative pb-asnie I and groat leisure. Steamships cos'it:0: millions. eiuinpe I with every known In vention for safe and etlicient s-rvi . in six: days at a nominal cost, with every comfrt. tak w'-kly with tilmst i n- failing regularity thousands f peoph across the Atlantic. whrn in 171 it took Samuel Slater. lhe honrnvd fn::.l er of the cotton trade, sixty-six las to cross, and no iotibt with gnvtt dis--omfrt and dtinger. Small i:cwii;i pors -osi. at oii tim. rt. s and 11'-. and wer' loaded with a governnu'Ut ii'venue stamp. Now a belt it papr can In got for a nt. but th' coin positors and printers get nmch higher pay and have, like the newspapers, in creased manv thousandfold. So it runs all through, and the world gets I honolit'!. Fibre ami Fabric. HalPa Catarrh Cure. ,s a contitutio:ial cure. I'rice 75 cents. The sTvants in a school for girls in Cniie'ti'ut, while cleaning up the rooms after the school closenl. iis'-oy-ered .".'TS wails of chewing gum stuck about in various places. I'IT.-A!I Kitsstnpjwilfrwliy l)r. Kloie'- (iff it ei e Hcloipr. No Fits alter first day s iim. Ma---Joiis ciircti. I n atisc aixl .'.(i tril Mittle In-e t.i Fit i-axi-K. Send ! lr. KUue. '.10; An-u st . I'tnla. I. t IOF . V riiaej&'Ifc sore spot, jn"ccn, black, or blue, is a THE V uRO-8tlä W -'3 ,1 I . lUliMll.l OUT. IT IS MAGICAL Timely Warning. fj The great success of the chocolate preparations of W- ?f 4ln:.. tnMic-A rsf Ar III IIWUJ VI WW u I w w rn 1780) has led many misleading of their name, labels, and wrappers. Walter Baker & Co. are the oldest and largest manu facturers of pure and high-grade Cocoas and Chocolates on this continent. No chemicals are used in their manufactures. Consumers should ask for, and be sure that they get, the genuine Walter Baker & Co.'s goods. WALTER BAKER & CO., Limited, DORCHESTER, MASS. O knows it is without an equal . g The N. K. Fatrbank it IT S V? V V & 1 s If ( PxT s Kale Field in Denver. Denver. Sept. In. My jo:;nev from Chicago was iv r the Chicag i. Burling ton and Oniin y Railroad, one of the best managed systems in th ootiü'r" ! shouhl say. judging by the civility of ttie em ployes, the c"mfort 1 -xpri "rn-i'ii. the -.c'lleni e f its r:ilbed, and h pun tuality of arrival. I itctu.iüy r;.ched Denver ahead of tiin'. Ti e B;;r;imtoa Route is alsi the b-st to St. Pa it. .Min neapolis. Omaha ;;nd Kansas ijiy. I My in all hast- from the !r:e:ii who j vill sufl'er you to t ach bin; TIr. Villil-' So IHI.N'i SYKCF ! ' lii.,Jrf te-t fiins : fnit-iia the kuius. rtoüi-; rtunätien. all h I'Uiii. cures wind i-ulie. iö t -uts j . t : Cl'FES M ruEvrsTs i Colüs. Coughs. Sore Throat. Infiuer-ii. 3rorcnV, . rneumonia. acn.ng oi ine jo :s. Lumbago. InHammat ons RHEUMATISM. NEURALGIA. Frostbites, Chilblains, Toothache, Headache, Asthma, DIFFICULT BREATHINC. CUI7; KS THK WORST lVUXS m from oof ts twenty minutes. NOT ON V. HOUR ittf r rarl ina this advertisement need any ia-1 SUFFKK WITH FAIN. A half to m teatxiotiful in half a t:;r:it r t water will In a tew minutes o;:re 'riTtii,. Kpasin. Sour Stomach. Hearthuru N'-vuiu-n-ss. Sief I'leS'Tienf. Siclc Hiadarhe PirTrhcra. lKsentery, Colic. Flatulency, au t ill n terLaS I'a:ns. 1 here i rot rtnedial apt nt m f w r d that will cur Fe-r auil Acuc and kit i : i--r in 1 .rio. n, hlHoii- ?!nl ither teer;. detl liv l; t llU VS 11 l.l.. no im klv r l:Iv:ty's lici.l v !: In-f. Flfl.v c-ciit per Ixtttlc. Nolsl by ! vrui; iF E3 3 Fi t and watch Iho color fade, III! . J: rr Rnnr ft, CLt - t a hl i ".hp CI" wuni to the placing on the market and unscrupulous imitations: 9 I 4iYou can take that soap right back and change it for Santa Claus So.r. I would not use any other kind.1' Kvery woman who has ever used Sold everywhere. Made only by Company, - Chicago. K'v. Dr. IMwanl L. Clark pastor of the iVntral t'n?rejiatto:i:i! Church of Hostn. sjivs: ,-I have iisl ltipans Tal odes with so much s;itisfa-tion that I now ke-p th'in always at hand. They are tin4 only remedy I us except ly a pliysi- ciat:"s prescription. They are tlu'.v claim to be." Mpaii "ntuiltti are fold t-y IriiK'"'" r I'T ii..ill Jf On- rtf iM if ins Ikii i Ik M-nt li I li K'l'a'ii lifinl rnl t'nii:tiiv Nu. 10 ST'if sirift. N-w nrä saiiipie lal. lit --nl . lEWSIOW.M'S Succesfuby Prosecutes Claim. I Lateinclplh.x4aUr U.S. Penstou liu1a. J 3 ji In last wr. lb aUudlcUic claim. tly aluctk KIDDER'S PA8TILLES..ynÄEl f f rp Thomm F. Simpson. Wnohlnirtoo. 1 til I O -' No ,,l,t!' I'lirntub- " l"," w Uluel. Write foi luTtntor Uuldtv C N. U. .Vk 4 2-9S ; VVrilKN VKITI41 Ti AHVK KT is Kits I 1w please ay you caw the advert itueut In this paper. i;UKS VMltht ALL HSfc IA1LS Dot I'oukh byrup. Tastes GxhL l'e In tima. S'ld pt druslntA. g wa. i m ET& s0 ü ? Served Him i Right