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We are now Prepared to Please the Farmers and the Gei lblic by being ready at all times to Accom modate them. Plenty of Water to run the Mill Day and Night if Necessary. A Full stock of the Best Brands of Flour Seal of Minnesota is A No. I. Try it. Washburn's Gold Medal, Arnold's Superlative. Feed, Meal, Mid dlings and Bran. Buck wheat Four in its Season a Spe ialty ! ! ! Orders left nt tlm Mill for delivery will receive prompt attention. Mi ford Milford, Pike DO YOU EXPECT TO BUILD? THEN SEE A. D. BROWN and SON, Manufj;turers and dealers in all kinds of Lumber, Contractors and Builders. Estimates made ; personal atten tion given and work guaranteed. OFFICE, Brown's Building, Milford, Pa. T. Armstrong & Co., Successors to BROWN & ARMSTRONG. , Wo offer n lino of .UNSURPASSED Our point is thnt you need not go nwny from homo to Biipply nllyour needs, or to secure bargains. We expect to satisfy you in both particulars. DRY GOODS, now nnj stylish. C5UOCEU1ES, fresh nndgood. HARDWARE, HOOTS, SHOES, AND CLOTH ING. Any thing in any line nt Uo'tom prices. To accomplish this end we have adopted a new system. All oar prices are fixed on a ln is of cash payment. This obviates tho necessity to allow a margin for had debts nnd interest. To accommodate responsible parlies we cheer fully open monthly accounts, md expect prompt payment monthly, as our prices will not enable us to carry accounts longer. Statements rendered tho first .of every month, and if paid within three days from date of bill, n cash discount of 2 is allowed. Tho same discounts given on nil cash pur chases exceeding $1. 00. Goods sent out will bo C. O. D. unless otherwise previously arranged. T. ARMSTRONG & CO., Brown's Building, Milford, Pa. St & V5& '' ' Wecrry A We receire X!V.Aff iVK. 'jf,l ' ;.- lockolnodl T. from 10.000 to -JSCv U 3c4 T. C iTntC)t. ''ipL iiiei at n 25,000 ktten Q?TiS r mm m ( . w - - xM if - V We own and) occupy the tatleit mercantile building in tho world. Wo have Lfj lCT1 over 1,000,000 customers. Sixteen hundred clerk are constantly jLjn I 1 s jfi engaged filling out-of-town order. ,T iPl OUR GENERAL CATALOGUE lathe book of the people it quotea I f!S wj Wholesale Pricee to Everybody, haa over 1,000 pages, 16 , 000 illustrations, and W ;J 1 T 60,000 descriptions of articles with prices. It costs 7a cents to print and mail V 1 fLiJ eachcopy. We want you to have one. SEND FIFTEEN CENTS to show JJM your good faith, and we'll send you a copy FREE, with all charges prepaid. I (T, I fMONTGOMERY WARD & ZVtU'SiXSrv inery liiuget and linest selection of Mil linery. Onr designs are the latest, and juices lowest consistent with good work. COMPLETE LINE OF INFANTS WEAR. HAIR SWIICHESAND BANGS IN ALL SHADES. All orders promptly attended to and satisfaction guaranteed to all our pa trons. SALLEY & ENfllS, 79 PIk Street, Jervis Gordon Constantly on Hand. Co., Penna. "3 now Spring Goods, AND COMPLETE. S Parlors Port Jervis, N. Y. lilting Go., THE UNIFORM. What a Changs It Make In the Ap pearance of Man. "Hood Lord! What n chnnge B uni form does innke In the avernne liinn," wild nu observant citizen. "Last year I was down In Ilavnnn nt the tHll end of Jlie Iirooke administration nnd nt tcinleci one of tlie lust hl(? receptions given nt the (tovernor's pnlncp. 1 hnd lifter seen 4 lie irctiernl. and when he finally ninile his nppenrnnce nt one end of tlie lone, iniiKiilliceiit double drawing rooms I whs deeply lin Incused by the mnrtlnl flptire he pre sented. He wore the full pnla uni form of a uinJor-Keneral Id the United Ftntos army, with a broad silk Rash spanning Ills brenst (llnKonnlly from slmtilder to waist, a pnlr of enormous polil epaulettes nnd n row of stars nnd crosses fluttering on his breast. There was a murmur of admiration when he entered, and I said to myself that I had certainly pever lnld eyes upon n more soldierly looking man. His big Siiinre head, massive features nnd wavy Iron-gray hnlr complement ed his uniform to a nicety. He seemed to be exactly fashioned by nature for the trappings of wnr. 'Well, yesterday evening I hap pened to be passing through the cor ridors of the St. Charles Hotel when n rather fat, elderly gentleman wnlked slowly from the elevator toward the clerk's desk. He looked ns If he might he a railroad superintendent or the general agent of some Insurance com pany, nnd wns jnst such a placid old boy ns you would bnnglne In his ele ment carving a canvas-back duck or dozing In a quiet corner nt the club. Still there was something vaguely fa miliar about his appearance, and I wns wondering where the dickens I had seen him before when I heard somebody say In a stage whisper: 'That's General Iirooke.' I Jumped as If I had been shot. The fat gentle man was the General nil right enough, and, whnt's more, he hadn't changed r hadn't deteriorated a particle. It was simply a case of the awful chasm between a black derby hat nnd cut nwny coat and a double row of brass buttons with a diagonal scarf nnd n hnudful of orders. If I wns a general I would sleep 111 my spurs." New Or leans Tlines-Democrnt. A UNIQUE HANDLE. Why the Owner le Proud of the Crook. A guest at one of the principal hotels yesterday exhibited a curious and beautiful umbrella handle to a party of admiring friends. It was a crook of silver maple wood bearing tlie natural bnik, and Its ornament consisted of three heavy gold lands or rings, encircling the shaft nt equal distances. What made It remarkal le was the self-evident fact that tliu bands bad been put on when the branch from which the handle was made wns part of n living tree, and much smaller In diameter. The wooj had grown through and around the confining nietnl, and bulged out at either side, producing an odd rud striking effect. "It took me four years to get the material ready for this unmbclla handle," said the proud owner. "I live in tlie suburbs of St. Louis, and have several line maple trees on thb premises. In 1803 the Idea occurred to me, and I had a Jeweler make me these three rings, which I slipped over a small branch and tied at the proper distance with cords. I had to select a very diminutive branch, because otherwise the twigs would have pre vented the rings from going on, and I picked out one pretty high up so It would be out of the way of pilferers. Then I waited patiently for nature to clinch the bands by process of growth. I said nothing about the experiment, and the family wondered why In thw world I climbed that tree so often. I am a traveling mnn, nnd whenever 1 returned from the rond I would lose no time in tiiklng a look nt my pros pective umbrella handle. It was slow work, however, nnd the fall of 1807 had rolled around before I finally cut the branch. Then I turned It over to an expert, who kept It ten months longer, seasoning and polishing it and bending the upper end of the crook, which wns done by a process of steaming. The result Is what you see. I am convinced It is the only thing of Its kind In the world, and I take good care to keep It away from umbrella thieves." New Orleans Times-Democrat. General Lord Methuen. rnul Methuen, writes a milltnry cor respondent. Is a man of great person al energy and physical strength. He was famous In his day for his skill with tlie gloves, a tnste inherited from his father, for the Inst lord had few equals as a boxer. Paul once put his powers to good use In the defence of a lady whom he championed against an extortionate hansom cab uiau. The man was very cheeky, and suld, looking down from his perch: " Von wouldn't be so free If I was down on the pavement In front of you." "Come down," said Taul, "and we'll soon settle that." Cabby, noth ing loath, accepted the challenge, and soon "put 'cm up" before the stalwart guardsman. After the third or fourth round he had enough, and was sorry he had not asked his proper fare. But he lost nothing in that way, for Paul made hlin a handsome compensation for the licking he gave tilin. From tlie white pine forests of Minn -ait, Wisconsin and Michigan ast year were cut more than 6,000,000. 000 feet of lumber, iu addition to whrt was cut for railway ties, poles, pulp nnd other products. Blue Front Stables, Port Jervis, N. Y. Adjoining Guiuaer's Union House. Road, carriage, draft and farm horses for Bale. Exchanges made. A large stock from which to make selections. CANAL ST. Hiram Towner. DECLINE OF BUCKWHEAT. A Crop Once Large In Thle Country, But 8teadlly Decreasing. What Is the hinder with buckwheat? Cnkes made of It and enten wnrm are regnrded as very nutritious and aro still a favorite article of food with ninny thousands, but for all thnt the cultivation of the grain Is steadily de clining. It must be that a grent ninny hnve stopped entlng buckwheat cakes, for there Is certainly a grent denl less buckwheat to be eaten than In former days. Thirty-five years ago the fnrmers of our country sowed, yearly, over 1,000, (MH) acres In buckwheat. Since then the crop has sometimes been larger. sometimes smaller, but, on the whole. the acreage and yield hnve been al most steadily decreasing. In 1S08 the acreage wns 678.332, only a little more tlinn hnlf thnt of thirty-five years ago. nnd the yield was only 11.700,000 bushels, which wns Just about one half the yield at the close of the Civil Wnr. No explanation of this great decline In buckwheat raising hns been made. It Is probable, however, thnt the unre liability of the crop, which Is some times large and sometimes small, without any apparent reason for the variation, has discouraged a grent ninny farmers. Another reason for the decline may be the larger use within the past few years of cerenl preparations, especially wheat, all of which come under tlie general head of hygienic foods. These preparations have probably won many persons from their allegiance to buckwheat cakes. If buckwheat raising continues to decline, perhaps the bees most of all will miss the fields, for they are very partial to the flowers of this plant, which secrete a grent deal of honey that Is not, however, of the first qual ity, as everybody knows who has eat en It. Buckwheat Is not rnlsed widely over the world, nnd this fnet makes Its de cline In America, where It Is most largely grown, all the more Interest ing. Russia and France are about the only countries In Europe thnt produce It, nnd Great Britain hns never taken kindly to buckwheat cakes and im ports very little of the grain. N. Y. Sun. RUSSIA'8 GREAT NAVAL DEPOT. Vladivostok, on Siberian Coast, Is Be ing Fitted for the Purpose. Russia hns expended, ami Is still ex pending, a vast amount of money In making Vladivostok a suitable ter minus for the Trans-Siberian Railway, and the development of that port as a naval station Is very remarkable. The wharves, railway station and land lug facilities have been made su perior to those of any other port In that part of the world. Stone and brick have replaced the old wooden buildings of the city. The view of the place from the sea is very strik ing. The massive Itusso-Cliluese Bnuk Is built of white stone and lighted by electricity. The solid brick barracks, building of the Ilusso-Chlnese Eastern Railway attract attention from a dis tance. The flag thnt floats over the last mentioned building is a combination of the 'Russian and Chinese stand ards, the upper diagonal showing half the Russian flag, tlie lower half the Chinese national emblem, the dragon. Other fine buildings are the siioro house of the admiral, the headquart ers ofllces, and new and handsome postoftices and some imposing mer cantile structures. Such Is Vladivo stok In Its civil aspect. "Of its mili tary aspect," says a correspondent of the Loudon Times, "it may truly be said that nothing which modern for tification can suggest seems to have been left undone to supplement na ture, and she In her turn must surely have created Vladivostok to be what It is one of the strongest of naval fortresses." Chicago Chronicle. Sir George White's Leg. Shortly before the outbreak of the war Sir tleorge White, the defender of Ladysnilth, ho hns Just reached London, met witu an accident to his leg. He hnd by no means recovered when hostilities were in sight, and Lord Wolseley told him that he feared his temporary lameness must be a reason for keeping hi in at home. But Sir George White, who was lunching with his chief at the Uulted Service Club, had an answer ready which clinched the matter: "I beg your par don, sir," he answered; "my leg la well enough for anything except run ning away." N. Y. Tress. A Notable Telegram. The first pmtal missive to be con veyed over the route of the projected Cape to Cairo telegraph has just been delivered in England. It is a post card, and bears the official postmarks of Nyassaland, Yoro, Onidurman and Cniro. Mr. A. J. Swann, F. K. G. S., chief political officer at Kota Kota, who has spend eighteen years In dark est Africa, was the sender of the card, which has now been added to tho Queen's collection of Imperial curios ities, her majesty having been gra ciously pleased to accept It. London Chronicle. Housewives Next. "What!" cried the labor leader, as be entered the house. " No supper yetr "No," replied his wife, calmly. "You will recall that I began work at 6 o'clock this morning." "What has that got to do with It?" be demanded. My eight-hour watch expired at 2 o'clock this afternoon," she answered. A gontlernan recently cared of dy. Bpepsia gave the following appropri ate of Burns'faniouB blessing :"Soine have meat and caunot eat, but some hav j none that want it ; but we have meat and can eat, kodol dyspepsia cure be thanked." This prejwration will digest what yon eat. It instantly relieves nnd radically cares indiges tion and all stomach, disorders. bubuoribe for the 1'hess, MRS. BURNETT'8 MARRIAGE. Boms Statements Refuted by Those Who Know the Facts. Just why people should pounce upon Mrs. Burnett since the announcement of her marriage to Mr. Townsend, of London, for the express purpose of cir culating stories of her marital rela tions with Dr. Burnett, Is difficult of explanation, even hnd they a grain of foundation in truth. In the first place, those who hnve known the talented authoress all the days of her wedded life know such stories to be untrue. The real facts of the case rather re verse the situations. Instead of Dr. Burnett having helped to mold bis wife's character and educate her mind for her present high literary pedestal, It wns she who pnid for her husband's professional studies abroad, and, by the sale of her earliest hook, not only made such a result possible, but lift ed the family out of dire necessity. Not once In all their married life has the doctor given a penny In support of his wife and sons, even though In later years making money hand over baud professionally. Mrs. Burnett from the first shouldering nil the household expenses. Mr. Burnett has nlwnys shrunk from publicity and lived quletlv nb- sorbed In her litem ry work, surround ed by a coterie of women friends, to whom she made her house an attrac tive Informal rendezvous. For the past few years she hns suffered from an affection of the heart, the result of overwork, and has been forced to withdraw from all participation hi tho winter's social rush. Mr. Townsend Is, as regards to age, one yenr the senior of his wife, their acquaintance dating back to the period of her son Lionel's Illness and death, when he devoted all his medi cal skill nnd Intelligence as nurse to the saving of the boy's life, far gone In rapid consumption. While those among her most Intimate friends knew of her engagement and proposed marriage, at the time of her sailing for Genoa, a little more than a month since, it wns in concession to her urg ent request to be spared nil publicity that the nffnlr was kept secret. -BrooKlyu Eagle. ARCHIBALD FORBES. Characteristics of the Lamented War Correspondent. Forbes was one of those writers who seemed to be led by his pen. When writing the ink bottle inspired him; but the apparent facility was grently due to his perceptive faculties and the hnblt of consciously as well as un consciously storing his perceptions. He hnd an excellent Judgment In tilings military and literary, and hnd an Instinctive feeling of the stand point that would suit the public. Ho also read character quickly. Ills re spect for authority was deep, and yet he was, as a schoolboy, student and soldier, always getting into scrapes for being Insubordinate. I dare say the reason wns a Scotch tendency to argue, coupled with pertinacity. He told me thnt as a soldier he received every punisliaient under capital pun ishment, short of flogging, that mili tary Judges could Inflict. In looking bnck at his career he often wondered that he did not desert. Not that he ever felt tempted, but his outlook was utterly hopeless. He fancied thnt tlie activity of his brain kept him from doing so, for somehow, even when his lines were hardest, life seemed to him full of Interest. He also took a pride in punctually obeying orders. There was something In the walk and look of Forbes that reminded me of a watchful sentinel. He wns eager to make money, and must have made a great deal, but he spent freely and bad no Idea of economy. Money slipped through bis fingers. He was a good comrade when the feeling of rivalry did not come In. There was no egotism in his talk, though he only talked of what came within the range of his personal experience or bbserva tlon. Letter In London Dally News. Packing Plants In Mexico. The International Backing Com pany, which was recently organized with a paid-up capital of $2,000,000, and grauted a concession by the gov ernment to establish meat packing plants In Mexico, will put up three mammoth packing establishments. The first of these plants Is now being constructed in Chihuahua, and Its cost will be $400,000. Another plant to cost $1,000,000 Is to be erected in the city of Mexico, and a third one, to cost $100,000, will be located at Tam pico. The company will own and op erate Its own refrigerator cars, and will establish cold storage plants In all the principal cities of Mexico. The principal stockholders of the company are Junn Terresns and En rique Creel, millionaire bankers and cattlemen of Chihuahua. They pro pose to supply all of Mexico, Central America and many South American countries with canned and refrigerat or meats, and will enter Into active competition with large packing con cerns of the United States. Mexican Correspondence Chicago Record. His Animated Penwiper, Tommy was presented lately by his older sister with a neat penwiper for use at a school which he had Just be gun attending. He admired It, but remarked, " I shan't have much use for It, Jennie." "Why not. Tommy; you use a pen every day at school?" " Yes; I know that." " Why don't you use a penwiper. then?" she replied. Because I always wine my pen down the side of the next boy's hair." toray Stories. It has been demonstrated by ex perience tlia t consumption can be pre vented by the early use of one min ute coufeh cure. This is the favorite remedy for coughs, colds, croup, as thma, grippe and all throat and lung troubl'M. Cures quickly. For burns, injuries, piles and skin diseases use DeWitts witch hazel sal ve. It is the original. Counterfeits may be offered. Use only DeWitt's. ((vp RAILROAD TIME TABLE. ' Corrected to Date. Solid Pullman trains to Buffalo, Nlng nni Fulls, CliMiitampm Lake, Cleveland, Chleago and Circlnimtl. 'I'a-kets on sale st Port .Tnrv' . -.1 points in the West and Southwest ar lower rates than via any other lii'Ht-clnss line. TliAlNS Now Lravf. Pout Jkrvis as Follows. EASTWARD. No. Daily Express 10, l;ii!v K.vpresfl HI. Dully Except Sunday. as, OKI. Sunday Only IIH, Daily K.xeept Sundnv. 11, Dally Way Train....'.. 4. Dully K.xeep Stuu'liy . . 30. Wav Kxeert- Siinhiv.. 8 24 A. M. 5 :.H " 9 ts " 7 45 " 7 45 " in 07 " 12 15 P.M. 2 :.'5 " 8.:M 'i. Daily KxprcsH 4 r.'5 " -ft.il. Sunday Onl 4 ;iu " s. Dnily Kxpn ss " IS. Sunday onlv " l''s, Sundiir only " 1'-'. Dally Kxcep't Sunday.. " II. Daily WESTWARD. No. 3, Dally Express " 17, Dnily Milk Train " 1, Dully Kxpress " II. For Ho'dale E'pt Sun . " 11. Dally Except Sunday... " 11:1, Saturday only " ft. ChieagH Limited Dully. " t!7. Daily Exeept Sunday.. " 7, Daily Express 6 Lli 5 45 tt (17 n 50 lo. no 13 BOA 8 05 " 11 : " 12 in p. 1-.' an " 4 40 " 5 15 ' 5 50 ' 111 15 ' Trains leave Chambers street, New York for Port Jervis on week (lavs at 4. Ml, 7 45, I" (HI, II 15, 111.80 A. M. 1.00, 8 (), :io. 8 so. 7 HO, 0 15 p. m. On Snndivs. 4. on, 7. Ho, 9 00, 9 15 a. m.; 12 15, 8 30, 7 3d ami 9 15 p. M. II. I. ltnherta, General rasnenger Agent, SEASON OF 1900 Souvenir goods made by the INDIANS from BARK and NATURAL WOOD in large varieties Also goods made from skins of Pike County Rattlesnakes Other nice sovenirs are found here in views of Pike county, also in paper weights. The Yazoo is the only store carrying a full line of souvenir ware in addi tion to the large stock of Yankee -:- Notions. Walk In and Look Around- "THE - YAZOO," 91 Pike Street, Port Jervis taiti-sk-iissgaiKaimaiEJs-EziiBgi y- IF YOU WANT T-- KENTUCKY-WHISKY- OPOEB'IT f ROM .KENTUCKY. SEND US$3L AND WE WILL SHIP (VOU 4 FULL QUARTS OP THE CELEBRATED OLD ursTS'rsi pros 9a?s rmta (To ny point in U.S. Cast of Denver Securely packed w i. r. J v "it. without marks indicating content!, IT WAS MAOC IN OLD KtNTUCKV AUG.COLDEWEY&CO. N9 231 W. MAIN ST. i- t-ouisvi lle, Kentucky: tST 1848 - PtPEPtNCt "ANY LOCAL BANK CHURCH D1RIC TORY MILFORD. ymsT Pkksbytkwan ("HI KCH, Milford; finblmih wrviiw nt 10.30 A. M. ami 7 mi V M. Sabbath H'liool iniimHlmtly Bfti'r thr morning service. Prayer iiui-ting Wed nesday ut 7.30 P. M. A cordial welcunn will Iw extended to all. Those nut at Mk hel to other rlmrehes are esHcially in cited. Rev. Thomas Nichoijs, l'ustur Ciii:ii;h op rug Good Siiki-hkhh, Mil ford: Services Sunday at lo.ao A. M. and 7 30 P. it. Sunday school at 12.no w. Week-day service t rulay at ID A M. Holy Communion Sunday at 7. 16 A. M. heals free. A 11 are welcome. ltKV. CllAS. B. CAHl'ENTEH, Rector M. K. CliinicH. Services nt the M K Church Sundays: l'rcachinx at lo.:lo a. in. and at 7. .Hi p. in. Sunday school at ll:-irp. in. Kpworih league at p- m ' kly prayer mcctinir o.i Wednesdays ai 7. HO p. m. "Claws inecLititf conducted by Win. Annie on Kridays at 7. 30 p. in. Au earnest invitation is extended to anyom who may desire to worshsp with us. Rkv. C. K. Si:i; MiKit, Pastor. MATAMOHAS. KrwotiTiI M. K. Cnunni, Mataninrn Services every Sabbath ut 10. 3u a. in. and 7 p. in. Sabbath school at 2.:si. C. fe! mi'etinir Monday eveliinir at 7.30. ( last mcet inir Tuesday eveuinir at 7.30. Prayer meeting Wednesday evening at 7.30 Kveryoue welcome. Rev. T G Spencer. Hope Evangelical Cihikh, Mata moras. Pa. Services next Sunday as follows: Pnsu hini? at 10. so n. m. and 7 u. m. Sun day Kchisil at 3 . in. Junior C. K. befort and C. K. piayei meeting after the even iiig service. hl-weck. prayer meeting everv Wednesday evening at 7.30. teau free. A cordial eicoine vo an. oiue. Rev J A. Wiega.nd, Paatur. Secret Societies, Mn niKU L(iixJit. No. 344. F. & A. M IxxIkc meets Wednesdays on or liefore Kull Moon at tht Sawkill House, Millonl Pa. N. Kmery, Jr., Secretary, Milford John f. WesthriMik. W. M.. M ilford. Pa Van Iieh Make I.ium.e, No. kjs, I.O. O K: Meets every Thursday evening at 7. SO p. m., Pwn 's Huiliting. ll. n Hornlieck. S-c v Jantib McCarty. N. ( Pkciiknck Rebekah I.oihie, 1117, I. O n V Meet everv second and fourth Fri days in each month I" Odd Fellows' Hall, Krowu's building Miss Katharine Klelu N.U. Miss WllueluiiDt) beuk, bou'y. Cheapest Clot hing House in Port Jervis ! CANNON & MULLIGAN, 5 & 7 FRONT STREET. EYEIY HOUI Is nn effort nt forth to deserve, obtain nnd retain your pationage. GOME with your best $10 very suit thoughts and se cure one of these Men's Winter Suits at $6.98. Broken lots of Men's "Winter Ov ercoats reduced to less than cost. GUNNING & FLANAGAN, Gor. Front and Sussex St's. Pout Jervis N. Y. k.aAaoA99 A Stoves and Ranges. THE Round Oak For Wood and Coal. Best Heater nnd Fuel 8nver in the Country. New Era Radiators, Two Fires In one rfAKUWAIIK. CI TI.KKV, TIN, AGATE WAKK, ETC. "IN ROOFING AND PLUMBINO A SPECIALTY. Jobbing promptly attended to T R. Julius Klein. MROAD STREET MILFORD, PA AGENTS WANTED In Every County to Supply tho great popular demand for AMERICA'S WAR FOR HUMANITY TOLD N PICTURE AND STORY, COMPILED AND WRITTEN BY Senator John J. Ingalls, Of Kantia. The moist brilliantly written, most pro fusely and artistically illustrated, and most intensely popular book on the sub ject of the war with Spain. Nearly 200 Superb Illustrations from Photographs.. taken specially forthlsgreatwork. Aaenta are making t-si to HKi a week selling it. A veritable bonanza rur live canvassers. Apply for description, terms and territory at once to N.B. Thompson Publishing Co. ST. LOUIS. MO Or M Y. City. Look for tfie Warning. Ileart disease kill! tuddeolr, bat never without warning. Tho warn ings mav be faint and brief, off may be startling and extend ovr many years, but they are none t'ae leu certain and pomtlre. Too often tan Tlctim U deceived bj the thought, "it will pas away." Alas, It never passes aay voluntarily. Once in stalled, heart disease never gets bit ter of Itself. It Ut. Miles' Heart Cure is used la the early stages re covery is absolutely oertala la every case where Its use Is persisted In. "For many years I was a great suf ferer from heart disease before 2 finally found relief. I was subject to fainting and sinking spells, fu;l ness about the heart, and was tenable to attend to my household dutitt. I tried nearly every remedy that was recommended to ma and doctored with the leading physicians of thle section but obtained Be help until I began talcing Or. Miles' Heart Cure. It has done me more good than ail the medicine I ever took." Mita. A SNA. HoLkOVTlY, Geneva, Ind. Dr. Miles' Htart Cure la sold at all druggists on a positive guarantee. Write for free advice and booklet to Lc AUltrt Usdicst! Co., )UUurt 14. Ladies' nhirt wtiists all styles and prices ut T. Armstrong & Co'a.