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IDAHO. SLACKFOOT. A St. Louie woman la an delicate ■that ahe invariably catches cold every time she drinks water from a damp tumbler. In the United States there are ovef 8,000 theaters, and these are located In about 3,500 towns. During the theat rical season there are perhaps 0.000 ;'traveling companies continually on the road. It will be remembered that Arthur Lawrence published some time ago a volume entitled "The Life Story. Let ters and Reminiscences of Sir Arthur Sullivan," written with the composer's authority. He la now at work on a complete biography, which will be en tirely rewritten and contain much new matter. A system of insurance against strikes prevail# tn Austria. Holders of policies are indemnified if strikes cur tn their establishments, whether voluntary, forced, or sympathetic. The coet of a policy is three or four per cent of the annual payroll. The indem nity is fifty per cent of the wages paid for the week preceding the suspension j of work. DC j th M , a Magruder ' an ex "J ud 86 °» the Maryland court of appeals. Is a con stable in Annapolis. To the protest of the citlxens that constables had not I been appointed the board in charge of the matter replied that they could not i And men to acoept the office. When Judge Magruder stated that plenty of , good men could be found it was ban- i teringly suggested by a prominent poll tician that the Judge should accept and ! i Near Rio Grand. City. Texas, an 1m mense deposit of an unknown gaseous substance has been discovered. Pieces f It ignite quickly and give out a strong flame, which lasts for a remark ably long period. It ie said by seien- ' tiste that the substance is either an ; unknown mineral or ordinary clay highly charged with gas. In either case, the value of the deposit as fuel 1 is immense, as It covers many thou- j sands of acres, and is of immense I Valentine Woodhouse. who has just died at Albury. England, at the great age of 94. was one of the apostles of the "Catholic Apostolllc church," es tabllshed by Edward Irving some 70 months ago, who. it was fondly hoped. would not complete their cork before the second advent of Christ. Since the flr8t death took place among this hand of 12 in the year 1865, that hope has been gradually falling, and with the death of the sole survivor, the ex pectatlon of many that he would be miraculously preserved must now be supplanted by a renewed confession of falInr ® A colored woman in Atlanta. Ga.. has brought suit against a street rail- i road company for $1.000 damages on account of a peculiar accident. She j was seated in a crowded car. when the I vehicle suddenly started. A fat man. j weighing about two hundred pounds, who was standing, grabbed at a strap, missed it. and fell into the woman's lap, temporarily crushing the breath out of her. he did. depth. "1 am no longer young." said an Alaska pioneer the other day, "but 1 expect to live to see a continuous line of railway from New York to 8L Petersburg by way of Bering titrait. In fact, work on one of the connecting links will be begun within a year." Tbe line he referred to will extend from Port Valdez on the sea to the Yukon river at the mouth of the Tanana. From this point another road Is Jected to Nome, and If that should be built, a railway across the strait to Siberia might become at least a possi bility. If expanding trade should de mand such a road, neither the glnepring nor the financial difficulties ■would be Insurmountable. Interesting thing to speculate about, at any rate. pro en It Is an "I would Joyfully, many a time," said a famous singer the other day, "exchange all my public ovations for my mother's knowledge how to a palatable meal." Nevertheless, so fashionable have culinary and house hold subjects become, that "my moth er's pies" have formidable rivals In "my daughter's doughnuts." collegiate straws shows wblch way the wind blows. prepare Even Themes recently chosen for senior theses In several leading women's colleges Include "The Servant Problem," "Household Economics" and "Foods ln Relation to Intellect and San ity." and stand In marked with the poetic and platitudinous graduating essays of only a generation ago. To be "a good housekeeper," said Shakespeare, "goes as fairly as to say Today, as never before, the two accomplishments walk band ln hand. contrast . . a great scholar." A large number of Junior officers of the French army are tj be employed for four months next summer In revis ing tbe map of France, work falls Into two divisions—the consisting of the actual revision of tho map, the other of the preparation of plans for defense of the frontier. The entire task will be carried out under I the superintendence of the permanent staff of the geographical staff, and credit counting toward promotion for a garde In the Legion of Honor will l>e given to those officers who send In good work. The who)#; one or NS C m G e e Don't Doepoa the Wrlnkloo. Smooth out the furrows on thetr brows, Oh. do not make them deeper. ! la father'» eyesight growing dim. His form a llttl* lower? Is mother's hair a little gray, Her atep a little slower? la life's hill hard to climb? Make not thetr pathway steeper; There's nothing makes a face so young ; As Joy. youth's fairest token; And nothing make a face grow old Like hearts that have been broken, i Take heed lest deeds of thine should make Thy mother be a weeper; Stamp peace upon a father's brow. Don't make the wrinkles deeper. In doubtful pathways do not go, Be tempted not to wander; Oriev* not the hearts that love you so. But make their love grow fonder, Much have thy parents borne for thee, j Be now thetr tender keeper; And let them lean upon thy love. Don't make the wrinklea deeper. Be lavish with thy loving deeds. Be petient. true and tender; And make the path that ageward leads. Aglow with earthly splendor. ^ Some day thy dear ones, stricken low, Andlr wiu* then Ädt KnoT" You made no wrink.es deeper. "Hattie," said Mrs. Miller, looking j up from her sewing one day In late February, "don't forget to post my letter when you go for the malL as it is Important, and I want It to go on the 4 o'clock train." I "Yes. mother." answered Hattie, a bright looking girl of 15 years, as she reluctantly closed the book. "An Old Fashioned Girl." which she had been reading and pushed It askle on the i table. "May I take my skates along and have some fun on the tee?" "Yes," her mother replied, "but post i tbe A" d « wffl expect you Ä n^d 7°" " Hattie donned her hat. jacket and mittens and started for the door. Be fore she had reaehed It. however, her ' mother said: "Come back, daughter, 80(1 P ut your book away. The girl obeyed with a slightly Pouting expression on her pretty face, j She disliked very much to have her I «reatest fault corrected. Hastily kiss h «' - mother good-bye, she opened I the door and ran lightly down the steps and hurried along the street, her ^ 8 P trit * entirely recovered. At be corn ^ three *«ur block« from tb * P^tofflce. she met a merry party °* « lrte and •»Y» who - also with thelr * atea 8 ung oy ® r , tbelr 8h0 «l d e™ al * * ri ^ aC "^"1 y . al ° I ng ' mak,n K the !)."• wltb heir clear volces and ... ... . J „ ° b ' Hattie - crled Mad * e Kumsey, „ we were ^ ust comln 8 after 7° u - K<1. ~ art ®T bafi his new lc « boa ' d °wn tbe riTer ' and has invited all the raember8 of th® Winchester Literary ®' ub *° an leeboa f rld ®- [t you had "*•?, ou * t0 °" r meetln 8 la*t night youd baT * known about lt"-here at ®PP ed for lack °f breath. ; Well have to get a-humplng," said one of the boys, "or we won't get any boat ride today, as Ed s«id we would have to start by 2 o'clock, and It can't be far from that now. We're going down as far as Llndon and have some refreshments, then we will come back and have a Jolly old time on tbe Ice wlth our skates." "Hurrah!" cried one of the boys. "Keep still, Bert." said Madge, '■You'll come. Hattie, of course?" Yes, of course, 111 come, ' Hattie i replied, thinking to herself, "I'm not i going to miss all that fun just for that stupid old letter. Mother's always so particular, anyway." i j I j Tn* Delayed Letter, The party aoon reached the river. ' where they found the other members ^ h ; zXL ? sa z: t forgot all about the letter in her pleas- i ure. They enjoyed a long ride up the river nast small neacerul villa»».« river past sman, peaceiui villages to Llndon. and after refreshments, re turned. Strapping on their skates, they indulged In race, and cut up ai ' the capers that a lot of mischievous youngsters could think of. The boys had built a huge Are on the edge of the river and after they had tired of i skating, they gathered around tbe Are : and told stories till the lights in the village began to show. Then realizing how late It had grown, the party broke up, each one wishing they could have an Ice boat ride every day. As Hattie turned once more towards the postofflee, ahe knew ahe waa too late to send her letter tbat night, However, she slipped It In, received her mall, and hurried home, trying in vain to believe that It did not matter. and that her mother would never know but that It went that. day. "Well, sis, I thought you had skated clear 'out of Bight,' " said her brother Tom. as sbe came In. "What has kept you so late, Hat tie?" asked her mother. Hattie replied rather evasively that she had been having a ride In Ed. Car ter's Ice boat and did not know It waa so late. Mrs. Miller asked If the let ter was posted, to which Hattie re plied, "Yes. mother. It was." After the dish*':» had been washed ; Hattie's mother said, "How would you ilk* to go to Montreal, daughter?" "Better than roost anything else on ) earth mother, is there any chance tor me to go?" "Yea; your Uncle Harold said If I waa willing, he would take you In the morning to see the Ice palace other pointa of Interest there. I sent ! him word today that if he was able to ! look after such a big piece of mischief i I would be glad to have you go. ! get the things you will need ready to- I night, as there won't be much time So 1 and ; tn the morning. i on her that her uncle would not stop for her If he did not get the letter. "Oh. mother!" she cried at last. "I did not mail your letter till after the train had gone, and I can't go with uncle! " What's th* matter? ; Don't you want to go?" for Hattie sat a* if she were stunned, as It dawued 1 Mrs. Miller thought It a really good : lesson for her daughter, who had of late grown very negligent; but she realised the girl's bitter disappoint- j ment and comforted her with the promise that she should take the Jour ney with her uncle another time. Hunt Maxwell In Detroit Kree Press. I I Clever Flajtblsg*. Our modern toys are as ingenious as they are varied and pretty, but the young people of Europe and America have delighted themselves with the ^ ,o small w£en *>, les similar to known h . 4 . ow' T "° n " £° Wn ' aod tbey ,"** Uk * diyty toothpicks* 11 But 'throw^rne' of* them j nto water an • i neP nimiH little tov a . ' Kho _,. tJng more than 8 Mt ^f stldi The wood has h«.n kiln d,Li .. ' „ 7 . , t , k»"-<«rled. ®" d absorb "he sam'e Ind'to «Ld^oït indefinitely As it -_- i„ senarat«. »n,i .„Hrt«niv i s. comes a very Drettv t«y P iw «tl-k changes Into a flower-not '.-ontafninè « rose-bush in full bloom another he comes a fat mandarin .«rrvine an ,,m" brella a third a wa-seroent ferocious ln ,u Uny dlmenrion. ^A S" » The figures are colored, and present an astonlbslng variety In dewign and treatment. How they ar# made and compressed is one of those trade se crets which are n kep°t Inv^aJV the guild which makes a livelihood by thelr manufacture. On rare occasions j ** 18 possible to get larger and more I artistic figures, historical characters and portraits of great monarch#, poets and teachers, dwarfed trees, and tiny houses whose door* and windows are full of Inmates. The ordinary kind <;°st a mere song, but the liner quail- | t es are often very expensive. Expen *ive or cheap, they have for long year. g,Ten plea,ure t0 the children of Ky- i oto and t- a "">n. Youth s Companion. An *''«• »«r*- I Bori wbo auffer from visits of minks to their poultry yards should raise these anlmaU instead of chick ens. Mr. E. N. Cheney of Lake Mills, Wis., has been doing this for several months, and selling hides to furriers I at an average of $3 apiece. This mink farm, which is probably the first of the kind. Is thirty-two feet wide. ; There Is a roomy shed with little boxes for the minks, and a 10 by 12 open yard for the animals to run and play ln. The "farm" Is surrounded by a fence so built that the minks can- j not Jump over It. They like to come out In the evening, and it Is then that they are fed on meat and game. Dur ing the summer a large trough of water was kept in the yard, and It 1 was great fun to watch the minks «wim, frolic and catch frog* In th# water. i Kxfwaaiv«. ! i \ little fresh air waif was spending ! hls first day In the country. When the cowa came up in th* evening to be ' wîth'hln *0^**^°^ '"the^o^äu^f Thi cows w^e standing^ aboM^îîdd' t - :sî r?^ : i cud"^,'^^waTcWMh.'ml"'^^ at work, and his eyes dwelt with , / uweu witn growing wonder on the ceaseless »»lml of the cows' laws At leneth h* tur*,,i : to his host and said "Do vou hi'» ' „ buy g"m for all hese c^vsT' lÂl ' îng Church. - i An ,n '«in«ent Cat. i "I have a cat that can read," d*- j : c ' ar ® d a lady to a writer ln the Do ®>">on Presbyterian. "At any rate, 8he knows when a letter comes for her." le"®r!" exclaimed her friend In astonishment. "Yes, a letter. If you don't believe 11 1 wl11 prove It to you. Just wait a moment while I direct one." She l«ft 'he room and presently returned with a »enled envelope addrssed "Miss Pus- : *7. No - — Blank street. City." This j letter was duly posted. I The next morning the postman came, ; and soon afterward the servant entered ' with a bundle of letters, among which . was that for Mis. Pussy. Placing ; them near her feline hlghnens cm the ' floor, Pussy's mistress said - "Now. Pussy, pick out your letter " : Surprisingly enough, Pussy »bowed an Interest, and In a moment l> 8d pushed aside with her paws the envelope addressed to her. at once alt a moment," said the mistress. "and she'll open It." Scarcely had she "aid thl» wh*n Miss Pussy tore open the envelope, and In a moment wus llt erolly devouring Its contents—catnip; IN THE ODI) UORNER. QUBBR AND CURIOUS THINOS AND BVBNTS. India. Robben Who ria ThemaoTroa O* to Look title Trooe. on« Thee fc.eepe Their rannen etiar. tlu.Un« by the VUlpUioi—ChioMM Choir. ! ! i I r „ a j When the night la thick and the tracks are blind I A friend at a pinch is a friend indeed; I But a fool to wait for the laggard behind; I Down to Gehenna or up to the Thron* 1 He travels the fastest who travels alone. ! One may fall, but be falle by him »elf. Kalis by himself with himself to i blame; a. Travels ISalwt. What la the moral? Who rides may ; 1 One may attain, and In him la the pelf, Loot of the city of Gold or Karne; : Plunder of earth shall be all his own : Who Davel* the fastest and travel* j altm * Wh . . . tbe more y * ■* bolp * n and "" y * d ~ K ^ . | I SUyed by " frl *' nd *" tb * bour ot stayed Stayed by a friend In the hour of i toll. I Slng the heretical aong 1 have made— HU be the labor and yours be th# j spoil win by the aid and the aid disown— . He travels the fastest who travels *"■" _ K „„„ _ * , T" h -? "• ~ 1 wS^'ru^v^ \ troub1 *' notably the Mabsuds. though U Is pleasing to learn from a recent * lorobay ' t ' l, ' Kran ' lhat th,, Y are 41 *** h* 1 "* br d u 8ht to something like order, and are paying the flue lately ' mt> °*** up,,n tb *"* "» »•« « *« r * ln * ,0 c * a,, * wltb tbelr r,ld *- My * tbe London Bxpreaa. Th * Mah * ud '- however, are not by any m ' ?a "' , ,he wunlt of tb ® lDdla " robber tribes, that unenviable dlatinc U ° n probably to the Bhlls. who ar «> the cleverest scoundrel, in tne world ' both ln thelr methods of ac- ; qulr,n * other property and In evad ' n * P ur,ult Th *l r ar * Ter 7 proud | ^ e l r f f » nd J^h offioer^at he côu.d thî | J£m£|y TaUen«^ to" shot "u abllll y X That w '"„ ÏÎ" waa fnat aal( , f .j, , .. . .. hl >i. in hi. / , * , ^ r , , ' ând''«#^! prickled STtaÏÏTShï of the s | e< , u | n ~ mitn rh „ , )B1 , tlrre(1 . , ur _ . . tbl!1 wav , h Bhl , _ , ., , .. thc blanket out a llttl* By repeating , hls performance h* flnall/ succeeded , r coaxing th* blanket comoletelv i from uml th „ ^ ,7 | g;l|t8<1 , n ' hu npfarll „„ lml ,. I | " h " Bb „ w ,, y * ; a J, hi* lithe ^dy l.rubbJl wt h oll to („-nttar* „cap* from any wouîd-ta : i capt ors When hotly pursued by th* British troops the robl>ers mak* us* of a very clever device. They .on I ceal their scant clothing under their small round shield* and scatter them about to resemble stones or bowlders. Then, picking up a few twig»-lf there are any to be had -they assume all sorts of grotesque attttudcs fhsir at I most neshleas limbs silhouetted against the dark night sky closely re sembllng the charred limbs of « tree Absolutely motionless tbey hold their positions till the enemy has passed them. In this way a British subaltern | D charge of a party sent to rapture some Bhils was considerably startled j one evening. The pursuit had com nietely lost sight of the robber, and Anally the party drew rein by a clump of gnarled and bent tree trunks tired and hot from their hard exer 1 ttons. The officer In charge took off h ls hat and placed It on the end of a broken limb, when Instantly there was a wild scream of laughter and tbe ! tree trunks suddenly came to life and ! vanished In the darkness, , h „ k B .n«ie, by tb. niipi.o. . Th * mann * r J" wblch thc ni| P |n< > v" U tbe * hark ' tbat terrlbl * : -- rrSÂiœs jjj m an !e*t•T'ln'hS "thl" Kl'ùplno . t i the Filipino s**ms to have chosen the most per .. _ _ . ,. . , . K : 1 ,,u * way b,! could flnd "«cure the fl * h ' Tbe 8 h*rk of the Philippines fre ' grüW " lo lhB long,b of nf "' 8r > f, *'' a " d " ' Ddee ? °° fi ° f thf flnrrw,t i ot al * anl^,,,,8 ■ 1 h * Filipino hunts ' b * shark after this fashion. At night j tbe crRW * ot 8RVCn mRn ^h ®" ,8 r 'heir boats and start for the fishing * round - ln complete silence they ma *' a their way until the signal Is given that Hie game Is sighted. A raan ,n * be bow ° r tbfi 1,081 'h r °ws off hi* clothes, slips over hls shoulders * no °* 8 ln 11,8 ® nd of a long rope, and w,lb a keen -hladed knife between hls * 8 ®'h Jumps Into the water. Below can ba * f!Pn the man-eater, lying motlon : 1r * , ' n ® ar ' b8 bottom, l^t us suppose j w ® ara wat ®hlng such a hunt. The I dlT ® r 8°® 8 down n 11 "I* to the rear ; tb ® " bark ' """""K 8 hls nmae and ' cau ' l0,,8l y creeps forward. Evidently the great fish Is asleep. With a dex . . ... , ; tBro "" movemw " lh ® FU'Plno slips ' tbe no °"" OVfir th ® "hark s head and Alves the signal. I wo men In the boat p,,n the rope f ' ul ® k| y «"d the : shark Is caught. Then he awakes. Seeing the diver near hlm, h wide hls horrible Jaws and makns for the Filipino. But the shark fisher Is too quick for him. He jumps to one side, and aa the great, bulk dashes hy he holds up hls knife and cuts a death-giving gash In the fish's body. Then the shark Is towed home as a prise. Of course all the divers do not i opens tlm«a thee inis* their footing a*ul tie food for their Intended qaarr* toiM Many time« too, the enraged nah dashes the frail boat to piece« and the crew« are devoured. But the Fil ipino shark-fisher like« the «port for ; the danger there la In It. aa there la , no commercial value to the fleh even I I after U le caught. claw. Ctiwrch Choir. A church choir, complete In all Ita ! parts and composed exclusively of Chinese vocalists, accompanied un the ; <**»" by a young Cbtneae matron, la I 0Q * of ">® unique practical sight* and I résulta of Christian effort in San Francisco. Of course, It has required I 7** r8 to accomplish thla reault, but In those years the leal and hope of , Rev. 1 M Coudlt and hi* missionary wife bave known neither flickering ! nor wavering. A* a reault. Dr. Condlt preside* Sunday after Sunday at tne service. In the Pre.hyterian Chin««* i church on Stockton street; a Chines* congregation composed of men. wo men, children, and Infanta In arma : attends for worship, and now suffl cleut advance has been made to bave the music of the service rendered by a double quartet of male and female voices. Everybody knows bow th# or len ' al * cUn * '« and "old as sacred | tradmon# the way* and method* of tb " lr The new i thslr ancestors. a "ocridenialtitug" that U quite pbe nomenal, taking Into consideration all j that the Chinese had to give up all thaï they bad to learn, and harder . «till. uQlt*rn. to order to conform with American views and methods and »•£ 'r-.tpr.-.js. lott i f « ? . f ^ 1 ^ ^ \ SSt Ä^Tv^ S many of an occidental choir A few month, .go Dr Condlt had bull, for thu "** ' ho,r «« «'«»<* to on« side of the preaching platform. railed and curtained wl,b •« "" «"«•«». '« U true, tbat deserve* the name, but organist Mr*. Wing, says the »aa |,,r,ncU< ' 0 Chronicle, manages to gel ««me pleasing chords and tone» But the vocalists are not satisfied, and a new instrument Is something which ; they are devising way# and pure has* | T«Ua | ^kSTÄ S lh * P««' train And «he differ.:,r- be «*••» them 1. that the latter ha. , restaurant car and the former has not The p<wt-traln has an extra [».» Ca "' a '" t a "' ,n ,b ® several *o««I *ar*. but the speed Is Die same and the discomfort Is th* «am* what the Kusaian railway * lvp *y«u In extra comfort on th* mag nin, '" ut Siberian express, n t»k< i 01 yotl ln r,I ' r * »*«»*«** »"d dirt on the | Tran*-r»spi«n. I class at «11. and not nearly *n. u«h ; second-class for th. number of pas Th " «>«lnar, «cond-rimm : :,X1 hiul "arrow, flat w.k*l* n ,. A u " l,h ' ,hu * hard •'«»hloos ,b, m A,t '' r * lo «Pl" "l«bts on one of ,h,,u ' 7°« 8r " for a Ther * '* " wrlage which has stuffed M ' ab '' bul « 18 ha, f 8 «™nd and half tblfd and th * ar ® a " ln ,,lf ' third-class half. Mor*. oyor 1n th ® •'>•*»"1 cushions **' n ** r8 without number who pay far * 1 81111 wriggle as I think of tho88 «"läge. Now. to go unw.shsd 18 bad ' b,n to * har « 7°«r washing with thlrd cl«.*« Huaalan Asiatic u not «»»7 worse—It Is Impossible ^'rthermor*. while the railway thorl ti»" have separate third-class rla « 88 tot European, and native*, th* 8 * M ' < )nd-rla** •• open to both ld ** P™bahlr was that the higher far* wo,,ld ' 1o,er 'he native passengers but thl * 18 tmr from being th* Prosperous has the sedentary »art b* l 'o™e under Russian rule U I* and furnished »a organ, anyway, from which tha ni «ana to **e *x r Kor servir* out H«*r* there I» no ftr»s* *pr«a't on w»*k. srrang*ments are pas n.) passenger* *« r*r I MV ca»«, to Th*r«fiw* your carriage I* invaded by a h<«t of native* with their Innumerable bun dles. their waierpots. and thslr pots, their curiosity, and thslr exp*«, toratlon. They do not understand th* unwritten law which reserve* t„ y,, a the seat you have rgjce occupied; tbey dump themselves and their belong ings anywhere, and they are very diffi cult to detach; they are entirely ami able. they follow your every movement for hours with an unblinking curios ity; and they smell strong.—Hsnry Norman. M P„ In Hcrlbnsr's. ■«« risking with HnlUw Logs. The latest scheme for taking fl«h ! from the Delaware rlvsr 1» tn sink logs ' that are hollow which ar« known to ! be resorts for all kinds of fl«h In win The fish fill th* log« and when they are rained to the surface lh* lucky ! fisherman Is rewarded with a big haul C*pt.. Dept* of Dlngman'a K*rry raUad ' a hollow log and got several bushels f*f eels, catdnh. suckers and pickerel, * P" ck6d ln 'he log aa though put ! hare by an sxpert flnh packsr. Th* ! flnh warden nay* th* work Is » viola- | Hon of law and method of fishing.— Philadelphie Pr«* t*r. Mon «ad «V laking the Australian colonlss .. R a *8 r ''gnt«, there nre only neventy v ® unmarried femitles for every 100 males. f n n«w Bouth according to th* are nearly 100,000 mor* unmarrtad male* than malen. ID The p*„„|„ wlm , h . . too g.Nrd tor u.|„ *" " k ein„rp r | ( unmarried Wales alone, census, there NUN i unmarried f* excoa« up . In Queensland It It in Bouthern Australia, '■ ' 100(1 In T ln w '' H,, ' r n Australia, | and In M abolit the sntns; IMOo! !S * al ' ,n ' , ' a «««• >«* than In Victoria tb* wards of 75.000; almost 57,000; over 17.000; Ihemwlvo* world seldom liav* -« *nriiigh I,, s«ek another. MtM Rxitfa F. Maton, * daughfcï tfDktor Myo., will Join h,r f. th . rt , brother In their l&w practte*. * father declare« «he will lawyer. , And "eke a .. a A Jfloeth'a T««t g r „. II r«« hare l>r»p*i»i. erlu l),7w I Wl»., Bui |4S. for all bull Sr. u( ll, I Uxv.uprwiwni. Beedaumua«,. ■*u A 8t. Louts saloon man has ntai( his place of busineas after Mrs. Carr Nation. ;_ ■ ■ ■ . _"» ■ ; Inflammation of tK* . • uid LlingS it USed to hl» ,, , . . C called. It IS nOW , . Called 1 IieUmonia "la. If you bave a cough you art I . ./ „ "** *' y ° U * UmVe •'neumoni your lungs are weakened and Cot sumption easily fastens ludf „ you. Acker's English Remedy Mil care y our Cough and tka'in «*«««. i..»a«!: •*»>«*: *««1 it »'H potitively an Consumption. A.w.ys .Id und. * for - 5° " ™ t*« 1 monial.« *** UlBÂBOBd >»*ok ou Cotutuap t OD fear draggle«. tsS get year m *eey heat. W. B- Heeke» * Ce- freer» . Megkle,*. ABSOLUTE SECURITY Genuine Carter's I Little Liver Pills.! Mum Bear Signatur* of fwi mmmU eel M m lUBAcac. rsi siaiROS. roi biuou tuts« FOR TOMB lira. FOI CSMTIPAT 10 I. FOR «ALLOW tUI. FOR mCMMINI CARTER'S •M* I- **—' r CURB BICK HEADACHE. SERO NO HONEY — * seeli« M f *r «be* URkxl H* •«* •• 1 •» p sad mm -J rrBtpfctrotC •nbjmrtl to M. 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