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President Isaac Lewis of Ffabina. Ohio,
is highly ri.petied 1.]l through that
section. lie ham lived n ('linton Co.
76 years, and hIli b i president of
the Sabina i:Bnk 2'0 ars. lie gladly
testifies to the mlerit of Hlood's sarsa
parills, and what he says i. worthy
attention. All brain workers findl
llooxd's Sarspiriila peculiarly adapted
to their needs. It xnakt.s pure, ri'h,
red blood.l nd from hi thiS o'mes nerve,
menetale,bodily and digestive strength.
"I am glad to say that Ilood's Sarsaps
rflla is a very good medicine, especially
as a blood purifier. It has done me good
many times. For sevwral years I suffered
greastly with pains of
N I I
In one eye and about my temples, es
pecially at night when I had been having
a hard day of physical and mental labor.
I took many remedies, but found help only
in Hood's Sarsaparilla which cured me of
rheumatism, neuralgia and headache.
flood's Sarsaprilla has proved itself a true
friend. I also take Hood's Pills to keep
my bowels regular, and like the pills
very much." ISAAC LEWIs, Sabine, Ohio.
lathe One True Blood Purifier. All druggists. $I.
Prepared only by C. I. flood & Co.. Lowell. Mass.
ood's Pills are prompt, efcitent and
Hood's Pills . no eect. cent.
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ful color sad beauty-will thicken
the growth of the air--will proe
wmt bednes, cure dandruff, and
ll scalp dieases. A fine dressing.
The bet hair restorer made.
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S. ..rious piece of real estate .se to
he anu tioned off at the exchange in
londe n comprises the freehold of the
island Volcano in the Mediteranean,
with numerous mountains and two live
crater.. The island is one of the
Aeolian group, off the north coast of
"icily, and is five miles long by two
and a half broad. Vines and fig trees
flourish on it. and the opportunity is a
fine one for some rich man who loves
Theocritus and would like to have an
island home all to himself-'"reclining
on the mountain-side, with our flocks
feeding below and the Sicilian sea in
A Good Claim.
A Superior. Wis., man is suing a
railroad company for $2500 for the
death of his two children. The house
was on fire,and a railroad train blocked
the street and delayed the fire engines
getting to the house in time to save
He Ii Right.
A Missouri farmer is buying potatoes
for 10 cents a bushel and fattening
hogs with them. lie says that they
are better than corn, and very much
A Grave Announcement.
An English paper gravely announces
that Queen Victoria is -'never sick at
sea." That seems very proper for the
ruler of the queen's navee.
Has Nothlng to Do.
The mayor of Somerville, Mich., is a
student at Ann Arbor, and goes home
once a week to attend to his official
duties. lie is 23 years old.
Love is a good deal like vaccination:
it seldom affects the subject seriously
more than once.
The more ,,fellows" a girl has, the
less her chance to land one.
You are wasting money
when you buy cheap binding
instead of the best.
Remember there is no "just
as good" when the merchant
urges something else for
Bias Velveteen Skirt Binding.
Look for "" S. H. & M.," on the Lai,
and take no other.
If your dealer will not supply you
Send for samples showrng labels and materials.
to the S. H. A MC., P. O. Boa 699, New York Clty.
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k, eso gid he em. wte~
m aSeasi a Ps tler x me muhmsic.
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It Is a te is wn O smn .
.b am, s fa... h mean m eallies.
0* C. NBdrRIA CO.,-rsrt paObe
WLL KEEP T h U1
Y-Lr~ Luu~r lh ms
In dise Fond of Tacking e agkI bh 60
aomeus to Their Owl.
There isn't a great deal of funny read.
,e ing in the Blue Book, which tells all
e, about what everybody gets who works
)f for Uncle Sam, be his or her station
o what it may, but there is a little. Per
.s haps it seems funnier than it really is
a on account of its environments, but it
,s does seem a trifle ridiculous to read ki
n a dry-as-dust chronicle of "Where born,
g where appointed from, where employed,
:s salary," the name of Grover Yellow
This distinguished namesake of the
president is drawing wages from Un
cle Sam and has to sign the pay roll
a or did last year at any rate-along with
e another Indian policeman named Gro
e ver Mountain Sheep.
d Political names are not common, but
' they do get on the rolls. Witness,
e Hoke Red Thunder. This Is a direct
bid for sympathy from the great and
good secretary if the interior.
s Most of the first names are Anglo
g Saxon, and they are Wt the true names
y of the Indians as a plug hat upon
b Apollo Belvidere. Dismounts Thrice i
one man's name. That tells a story
of how when a little boy came into the
world, and with the first thin, sharp
t squall he uttered getting the new
found air out of his lungs to get more
in, and so keep up this process by day
and night until the world ended for
him, the father stepped out of the te
pee and he saw a man get off his horse
e thmee times. One wonders what was
l up. Was he thrown off? What was he
about, anyhow? That was what went
into the mind of this man's father. He
wondered at it and so named the chili
Y for the first thing he saw.
But how It cheapens all to tack on
before the name the handle "William."
Henry Look for Horses Is another such
name. So is Ivan Star Comes Out.
Where got he that Ivan? So is James
Clinches and John Crazy Dog. But
what is William Walks Under Ground?
A mole? How came Geoffrye Chips by
his first name? And what eastern man
y will think of chips as anything else
than what an ax would cut from a piece
of wood. Plainsmen will smile a little
at that notion.
Brian Poor Thunder! That tells of a
storm muttering In the west when this
boy was born, and the father thought
the rumble a tame affair. There are
plenty of men named Lightfoot, and
one man calls himself James C. Light
Some day if they don't all die off
these names once fixed will be as hon
orable as that of the man who once
kept hogs and whose descendants now
are rather proud that their name is
Howard, or Hog-Ward, to get down to
the bones of the thing.-New York
Faets About th. Coaltry In Which the
The chief exports are .gold, Ivory,
slaves, coffee, butter, honey and wax.
Abyssinia is a very mountainous
country. Many of the peaks are always
covered with snow.
The literature of Abyssinia amounts
to little. What there is deals with
The country is so situated that the
climate is one of the most salubrious
on the face of the globe.
The area of the country Is about 200,
000 square miles. Its Inhabitants num
ber a little over 4,000,000.
Adowa. where the Italians met de
feat, Is the second city in Abyssinia,
having about 7,000 Inhabitants.
The people are mostly agriculturists.
Cotton, cloth, leather, parchment, Iron
and brass are manufactured.
The majority of the inhabitants of
Abyssinila are of the Caucasian race and
are well formed and handsome.
The language of the religion and liter
ature of the country Is the OGees, whleb
belongs to the Ethlopic class of lan
According to the Abysslnians the
queen t Sheba was their ruler and
from her son Menelek their kitngs are
The Galls race, which came from the
souath, constitutes a large part of the
soldiery. They are fierce and turbu
The word Abysainia is derived Trom
the Arabic word Habeach, meaning
mixture, and refers to the mixed char
acter of the people.
Abysinila i one of the most ancient
monarchhes In the world. Until recent
ly, however, the king was generally
afraid of his chiefs.
The prevailing religion of Abyssnla
Is a very corrupted form of Christian
ItL It is professed by the majority
of'he people and by the reigninlg prin
apeuas Kediesi R esepes,
Georg Ubers, the Dgptolgist, has
discovered that many of the quemr
medl receipts found in old aglish
ad German books came from the an
esat'Mgyptians. They were not known
to the Oreeks, but were spread hm I
ialer., the great medieal school of the
Middle Ages, to whlch they mut have '
eome through Coptle and Arablo trans
Accordlin to the latest statistles, the I
publle debt of the uropea mnatoe t
grvegated P3nIS,OUW , or sha t $i m
per cpita for the whole populatle.
The &oevimt per cpit of the ladebted
- S. $is, in Portugal. raree em es
oat with $I15 Mgiad's rate is about &
M. Switerland is the smallest, IL
the ia-Peae Need. C
mith-ltois are i rather a peasire id
moad teflght, is I
Join-Yes, I jsat got a MU hr the b
(lmet pin my wie reaseted me hr a
,the-y, lr I a wI m weaderagi
tl gms-- to ewIr te. It
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Do Neot se WMueh Was
The papers related the other day
h how a valorous Kentucky colonel slew
an enormous devil-fish on the coast of
l* Florida. It turns out that the horrid
II beast was only a big stingaree. Ken
L tucky is an inland place-and its in
n habitants do not know much about
r- water, anyway.-New Orleans Pica
A dyspeptic does not eat: he only
the Rack, the Thumbemrew and the Boot
w Were old fashioned instruments of torture
long since abandoned but there is atormentor
e who still continues to agonize the joints,
muscles and nerves of many of us. The rheu
u matism, that Inveterate foe to daily and nightly
-comfort, may be conquered by the timely and
h steady use of Hostetter's btomach Bitters,
which likewise eradicates neuralgia, bilious,
malarial, bowel, stomach and nerve complaints.
It The more confidential friends a man
,. has the fewer secrets he has.
d She Will Travel.
Mrs. Mary E. Lease has refused a
,. call to the pastorate of the Christian
church at Wichita, Kan. She says that
it will take her a year to fill allheren
gagements in the lecture field, and
then she proposes to make a tour of
the world. Keir Hardy has invited
her to Glasgow, and she proposes to
make the first speech of her foreign
tour there. She will be abroad two
years and after that may settle down
r to regular preaching.
Large Cattle Feeder.
e Dave Rankin of Atchison county.
5 Mo., is feeding 17,000 head of cattle
e !Lth corn. He is said to be the
it largest cattle feeder in the world.
We offer One Hundred Dollars reward
n for any case of Catarrh that cannot be
cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O.
We. the undersigned, have known F.
J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and be
a lleve him perfectly honorable in all
t business transactions, and financially
able to carry out any obligations made
by their firm.
Y WALDING. KINNAN & MARVIN.
n Wholesale Druggists. Toledo. Ohio.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken Internal
ly, acting directly upon the blood and
e mucous surfaces of the system. Testi
a monials sent free. Price. 75c per bottle.
Bold by all druggists.
Hall's Family Pills, 25c.
a It seems easier to 1a~nage the busi
t ness of other people than your own.
Whether on pleasure bent, or business,
take on every trip a bottle of Syrup of
FIgs, as it acts most pleasantly and
effectually on the kidneys, liver, and
bowels, preventing fevers, headaches,
a and other forms of stckness. For sale
r in 50 cent and 31 bottles by all leading
druggists. Manufsctured by the Call
fornia Fig Syrup Company only.
I A horse that is cared for by a woman
looks ragged but fat.
"1 have tried Parker's OGinger Tonle
and believe In it." saft a mother, and so win you
soay whm familiar with Its revisalslua propertee.
A boy has the best dog in town and
a man the best watch
Jast how it does It Is not the question.
It sto enogh to know that Hindereors takes out the
5 eOrns.and a vere plasits relief It is. 1e.at drggists.
If a man never tries he never knows
what he cannot do.
1 .TS-ARraT s reehyDr.5lclues sr
gave Estern. N. Vtiaatter the as dayya se,
e" re. Treatl ase anI ItraI tcufree$,
Vsm 5sd sIC r.K. l r L treY.,,'a
s When a man saves his money peo,
pie thinks he steals it.
There are Dictionaries and Dictionaries, but
the noblest Roman of them all seems to be
Webster. It is still easily in the lead in the
great race for popularity.
If a man's family appreciates him he
doesn't miss it if the world doesn't.
The Pilgrlm--aater Number
Will be ready the early part of April.
Everything in it will be new and orig
inal. It will contain articles by Capt.
Chas. King, U. S. A., ex-Gov. Geo. W.
Peck, of Wisconsin, and other noted
writers. An entertaining number, well
illustrated. ,end ten (10) cents to Gee.
II. Heafford, publisher, 415 Old Colony
building, C('hicago, Ill., for a copy.
Pray for a sound liver; you can be
ecmfortable without fame.
Of the Knife.
Mr. Lincoln Nelson, of Msrshleld, Mo.,
writes: "FPor six years I have been a
stlht from a scrofofaus affection of
the glands of my neck, and all efforts
of physicians in Washington, D. C.,
Springfield, Ill., and St. Louis failed to
reduce the enlargement. After six
months' constant treatment here, my
physician turged me to submit to a re
moval of the glad. Atthiscritical mo
ment a friend recommended S.S.S.,
and layin aside a dep-rooted pej
dice against all patent medicines,; e
gan its use. Befor I had used one bot
tle the enlargement began to disappear,
and now it is entirely gone, thoghblam
not through with my second bottle yet.
Had I only used your S.S.S. long ago,
I would have escaped years of misery
and saved over $7o."
This experience is like that of all who
surer with deepseated blood troubles.
The doctors can do no good, and even
their resorts to the eLae prove either
fruitless or fatal. S.S.S. is the only
real blood remedy; it gets at the root of
the disease and forces it out perm
8.8.8. (wrgwstkad fpuwi tugruuhI)
is a blood remedy forroalbloodtroubles;
it cures the most obstinate cases of
Scrofala, Rcaema, Cancert, Rheumatism,
etc., which other so-called blood reme
dies fail to touch. S.S.8. lets at the
met of the disase sd or it out per
meuetly. VaIuable books will
Sene - c.·· Are·
It is not the lies that are told about
him that a man minds: it is the nasty
truth that hurts.
Mr. J. II. Davis, Malakoff, Tex.,
says: "I took Brown's Iron Bitters
for Chills and it cured me at once."
There should be a cigarette hanging
to every lip that utters an oath.
If the Baby Is Cuttlgs Teeth.
Be sure and use that old and well-tried rmedy. a.
WliMOw's Loormmo 8slur for Chirldrn eThia&
It takes a good deal of ability to do
A.L-A - A _ALA A .L A A A -AL Ak AL AL Ak AL A
d Pain often con
its Misery in
n Use T. dlB OI you want to feetl It col
.ST. JACOBS OILcetrate its cang in
d Brown's Iuscles, tones.
o the nerves, aids
n Iron digestion,
I ....iferies the blood.
Bitters improves the
Brown Chemical Co. Baltimore, Md.
"Pass Your Plate. .
Prices of all commodities
have been reduced except tobacco.
"Battle Ax " is up to date.
Low Price; High Grade; Delicious
Flavor. For 10 cents you get
almost twice as much "Battle Ax"
as of other 's h goods. The
5 cent piece is as large as
other 10 cent pieces of equal quality.
A. D. 1780.
Try Walter Baker & Co.'s Cocoa and
Chocolate and you will understand why
their business established in 1780 has flour
ished ever since.. Look out for imitations.
Walter Baker & Co., Ltd., Dorchester, Mas.
--EVERY SHOE STAMPED
--T. LOUIS, MO.
Men, Women ,P Children.
ASK vOUR DBALBR FOR TIIBM.
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Ilebe pemanuelycured er I to a
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The Remedy with
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