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Doa'l TBe a r l.ife If you Want loqtiit Hln tobacco elY nnd forever, m-aln lo.l tratihuod. In liitt lo w.-ll, tmnfr, magnetic, full of new HI ami M.- ir, lake So-Tu-ilac, the wi a h-r-wurarr tlitl niln Mk men ilniii(. Manjr k n 01 lKiun.li In lrmln). Ovr Wfl.ini cured, liny No-To-Hao from ymir drucuM, h will gtiarantriaciir. JltMik let ! sample nulls I free. Ail. Htirllng lie iinry Co., l'tili-aro or New York. Allxrt I,Mi( h, (he fitiiioiik Irem-li artist, is laid to have ivcii ua a new and dIMimilve t c ol "Aini'tii n.i flri" iu a picture completed null Per bis return from nu cxteuile.l visit to tlil couutry. Mr. Ljurh m eommlssioued by the l.AIUk'a IIomk Joi'rxal to portray tho "Ain'rlcau lrribeinr her, tud Ms vlrtiiro will ba reproduced In tbe October number of tht nnifaiiue. People who set without thinking generally think wben others begin lo let. Th foolklller baa been getting tho drop on great many aeronauts thin eeaaon. iti.;i ittTM. Htati; Kair, Di'lu, Texii. On- fi.re fi r tie r ill ml trip, (hi. 9 lo 25, rood Ui re. ti;rn 111 70. Tickets with Urn ly limit only, f!S round trip. I'll torn ytk Mi am Hviol, llmwton, Tex. One fare fur tha round trip, (V-t. 15 and 16, food r.tur:i;n li Oct. 21. Frum attana where one way fare li m (bit 1.1.0'; tbe roim trip ri'a will ha a 4 I ;iit advin 1 over one fare. Iiiri ir (Ikikiim. CoMvssrion , llnn ton, TeXii. Om tara f.ir Mtind trip, Oct. 6 in I 7, K l r .t.iraliu ti O. t. 13. From kta I m i w.iito on) way rite It le loan f I M tbi roun I trip rata w.ll tu a alight advaac over one fare. IxmnsTATS Fn axd Fall Fawv triR. KtaniCtty, Ma. Obi fir lor the ruud trip, O.'t. I and , food returning to Oct. 12. Warner's Ssfa Cure IN LARCE 1 OR SMALL! BOTTLES. jVW-teea TN Afaj l SI m . -..r ' Owing to the many requcata from Its patrons, Warner's 5afc Cure Co. have put on tho market a smaller alxe bottlo of Sate 1 Cure which can now be obtained at all druggist at half the price of the large bottle. AftT very long Ufa tha llrltlih rail way earriare, with lt Independent compartments, begins to ihow signs ol hiving pan'rd l:a tnrrldlan. Aa travel btrninea more cxtroiled, and journrya grow In IcnRth, Ita dliaflvantasM are more Rruerally f'lL Privacy and i I'liiHlvrni-fa are dearly purchased when arriempault'd by virtual Imprisonment without food and warmth. Henre the Rrcat popularity of tho American cor riilor tralna with their freedom, com fortablo fui-'oratme and excellent uicali. At prearnt there are but few of them, tut they nte to much appre elated th:t It la evident to tha railway world that In a fow yeare they must 1)5 adopted for all long distant traffic and with Ibrin the avcoud claia must diaapptei. la wot only a aclentlf 1c vegetable preparation and doe a all that Is claimed for It, but It Is the only Kidney and Liver medicine used by the best people of four conti nents. A medicine that bears the atamp of the worlj's ap proval, and maintains Ita posi tion for a fifth of a century, must neceasarlly possess pe culiar merit. Ccst In tha WORLD I rtu mj.r si iraaa b mtnrf win i roan it. ai.p ujnriiniMLiiw ll.u-iiv- A J a, bi.i. ii. Ilaw't V hill tva nffi.r One llunrr.l P't'era TeTTsM fur i.v nif of " aiH.ih llial canliol tw ..n.jwl l.v tlM'fl r'ntitrrh f'nre V J rill.NKY it Til. I'.oi.a. TolKl.- I W uivlrra e I. he known J ri., in v fnr th Ul li yiara. an. I llleva luni wrfi.tly h"iirM in all hinlneaa li,,,.,, mux an t lit' a ii tally a I" rany c.nl any .! rii n mailr lir Hie r Ilrm V.t Tiu... V. I.ul'aa.e I TJUKUta. T I I-.IA II Waniiiu'. Ktrnn fi Marvin. WhdVaalt I I irilCtf lulu T...r'l". f lall "nirrh 'nr l t.ia-n lnlrnally ' arilns; fllririiv uin an.i nm nifuir -f li.e vim rr 'I i ir Unv Kill lv Lll lirji.u an. Ton ir nnla'.a fne. I Ki:i;;'. i uiiu. uiu v.i.i-au iwn novf. ; Irt and j iurnull.it, has n vi r h.vl an trouble In rerplng Mmiflf before th public f. llbi l.tejt eiplolt Is a linia ! t'.ght wl(h Vt. John A. Uc, a proml ' nent unio:y man of Norrletjwa. Ta ! 1 he si-rne of the baitle was the flmz 1 of the ritlualve t'a'dno at Nirrauanset I plrr, and In tho contest, whl. h las'ed ..o lif". than ten mlnu'.es. Ballun l,i.cc'rd the dor'.or doan r'.x times and ' o berw'.ae severely punished h'.m. while be himself received one knock-dw j and ci oral painful bbws, but he won ; the battle v. Ith f e The dispute erase as to vhlrh of the twa miu had or : drrej a cirrlare which drove up to the i i'iKir of the Caiiuo and if whl.-h Haltus i tiok po iieulon to tho Liedical man I ' diatximblur Tlial Jnffl r-HIng VA'lth the exhilarating -ne of renewed health and itr- idth and Internal e'.rnn- . Itticaa. wiib h follows tl.e ute of Syrup of KIkb. la utikn.'An to the few who have I not irn!t--'-d beyond the nld-tlme : rtirdiiinva anil the cheap uliatllutes aiiin-uiiiia iij.'K'd hut i.i-vcr actpled ' b lav Will Infill mi J. MYSTERY IN WHITE. rr i 'i.l ' I. M T'S not m ire than a year ago," an Id the veteran detect ive, when aeki-d for a atory, "that 1 had the atrangeat expe rience of my career. That la aaylng something, for, white I am not one of tboae men In novela who can put on half a doaen disguises In an even ing or look at a little neap oi cigar aahee and Identify the nan who smoked the cigar, I've teen a (real deal that's way out of the common. An old gentleman named Dentil callad at my office one afternoon to employ my professional aervleea, i knew blm by reputation as a stern, graaplng. money-making man who loved nothing but bla poaaesaiooe ana his beautiful daughter. On ber be bad avlsbed wealth, but bad saddened her life by preventing ber marriage to a manly young chap who waa a fitting match for her In appearance, attain menta and disposition. He waa fast making a record la tbe world of busl nea, but It waa a rich old bachelor who bad paased the yeara of romance and enjoyment that Denill bad elected to have aa a aon-ln-lsw. Even under the threat of disinheritance that girl would not yield to thla mercenary ar rangement, tbe result being a strained state of neutrality which left both aa plranta for ber band without any ap parent hope of getting ber. My caller went direct to bualness. I'm a constant and heavy loner be cause of the theft of money and Jewels from my own bouse,' be told me. Tblnga that are of the most value constantly and mysteriously disappear. Now don't atart off with the ususl aueatlnns about the servant I bave taken palna to test their honesty for years and they are above suspicion. I am completely In the dark, without any theorlea to embarrass you or any explanations to help. You bave tbe whole Job without a ray of light thrown upon It, and If you And the thief there will be no haggling over the fee. It will be worth much to me to get thla worry off my mind. Bur glars that make no noise or marka and leavt one'a bouae ahut up aa tight aa a drum tend lo ahatter a man's nervea.' "I went at once Into the country ind neighborhood where Dentil lived. pretending to look for a bit of land where I could build within easy reach of tbe city. 1 put op at a little road- aide tavern much frequented In the evening by farm bands, I waa aoon In terested In their gossip about a ghost which they declared bad been tern at different times and by dlffcreut people. Their awed tonea and arnred facea fitted the aubjnet. and there aeemed to ba some substantial foundation for tbe one to ber and the strange mentor of ber unconscious action prompted ber visits to the old spot. "My next Important discovery ex plained tbe mystery I waa employed to solve. Watching ae-rctly In the hallways I saw old beniU. with eyes wide open and set, coma out of bla chamber, climb tho stairs to the attic, unlock an old d-tk stored there, open a aeeret drawer and deposit money as well aa Jewela. lla action showed that hla daughter's habit of m about at night waa an Inherited t Tbe next morning be gave me a terf blowing up as a careless, Incompet and worthless detective who could catch a thief when In the bouse with him. I was more Interested In that charming daughter of hit than la my case, and a scheme Cashed Into my mind at If Inspired. - 'Mr. Dentil.' ! said, 'can you stand the shock of knowing that your daugh ter la seriously threatened with the loss of her mind because of brooding over arparatlon from the man whom you aay ahe xhall never marry, and that be cause of her mental Infirmity aba It In nocently robbing you under a delusion that In no other way can ahe provide for the future happiness of herself and that young chap, ahe honestly thinks, poor girl, ahe la going to marry?" "It'a a lie.' he roared, 'a miserable plot. You'er discharged.' "I did not take Mine Denxtl Into my plans. I secretly tranaferred all th stolon westth to the old stump, had a truattd officer on guard and then told li e oM gentleman I could prove all I had said and Inslnted on the right to vindicate myself. II and 1 watched at the primitive posto3lce till Is bdaugh ter came, and repeated the conduct I have described. Theu we brought out tbe eoncalo1 treasures. Dentil waa tcslde hlrruelf for fear he might act too late. He rent poat haste for tbe young lover, mae a handsome set tlement. Insisted on an Immediate wed ding and bad me aa one of tbe guest a Did ever matchmaker do a slicker JoS than I OUT EDUCATED FLEAS. laBpalee Wira aa m rrallaalsarf Their feate, There Is no one side of tbe side shows and minor featurea of museums and fairs wblch seems on Itas face more attractive than the exhibition of so called educated fleas, says Happy Tbougbta There ia something In the Idea of educating any of th lower anlmale that appeala to all of ua, and tIower the animal the more there f't of Intereat to the people, i oe Y.TrTyhon, even, that it la possible to . . aJ.nn.ecta to oerform trtcka which The rn'm-'.-r'.-Cslccd a rreit :'. Hsv. Jul!ui Kcl :!.o profarlna tore In f' tf Nov- Jerf.v, deserted tie p-jljit !a orjer to ft Lit- the aaloco butlneis and fc.'i no-v rv turned to t'ie chunh bccJJ.e h!s a.-( loan did not pay. Mr. IVcUe e!:!j struck out tor Umsvlf ft the wron:, lime. Had he only waited till "after e!ertIon," when times will le g-.o l. tha ministerial profeialon s victory mleht' not have been so great Lruli. h'.rJ tinea bare changed tlie ci;cr cf i s; a bright it, I a Where tli'H 1 n .'. ilir- I t ni c' lite wli'-r- w r i!"!ivi ! i'i r j. s i ;'.-; i ii.it.' Wh-M bl;lnm or r'ill, r-l a I r1r4 Ci.i 'y C-.1-. rt cum n jnulrr 1 , 1 HANDSEWINC. Wben a loan has learned that tV cheapest and b tt way to get a '.hlng la to pay for It, he Is on the highway lo success. Wben tbe Ilrltlsh warships opened f.re on him Fntd Kahild found out boa ini.ill a person the sultan of Zani.b.n waa anyway. C. P. C. i The colored ll.iptlstn cf north Mls- CKL'. t' 2! , w n IJOE 'H',lr, h' TT'tr "f''n frij:a ,x-CTAIN,-lji ! tending the hand of fe'.Uw ship to min nolCci JjTT A n bjteie who obta.n dlvorrej and thea " i aa . la . Mei,. nf SH Vrwea rr-lt- ' !' krllKr4IS I'Br.C-O.. ciumvIIIw. i tHEISKtLL'S Medicinal Soap docs double work; hilc cleansing the skin it also heals and whitens it. It's the soap your skin needs. If nm lf-HitNn ihe ei al or w1t ltn.UIBl4l.iita! ..-Ill l-k M.I t-ulv H-f m atii Ai by luJ. y iwil. jaltltal. Ifiua II fS . UI (Biwm SI., rkilata. bcui. AVOID BUCKET SHOPS! vnaos with a RESPONfclBUC FIRM, MUHRAY A CO. JuM try s 10-box of etvesrrit, the Caeat liter sn 1 bowel rr?uUt ir ever mala. livery poor imii luoiva a ju!c way tiv g'l riiii. 1 rto't ("lira for t'or.-umi tlen las saved 1 rre lartn'.iKii r MIU.-l". I.. I'aWer, A'."X ! Hffei.l Xo... l'-"riil.bl, I'a., ItC. g,'W. Tiie itetll i liai ses more than leual liitcn st. If tha IWI.y la nm Tee Ik. W mf .n.t I' ( .. 4 . H'l .li-,r,Ml I- ..!. Haw , - i--. - r --t n-vf itx i hil irm Iwihlaa ,FfcHf-'-. ra.elaa fr rina Mawaiewseh IIm Take ralaw wf WnB- It Is a curious and pretty reversion to the customs of our grandmothers tbat ataalU the woman of today. Not only do we find knitting usurping a n!a.A Line Areunied hr lac and em broidery, but what generally goea ua- I lrlnent- dcr tbe name of plain ticeuiework la now taking Ita plac? akngelle the fine arts. Machine sewing la no longer to be thought of In er.nr.c:tlon with lin gerie. rndec.1. It Is quite Imposrible for tlir rllkt garments aa mu-h affected by tbe amarier women of toJay. Af.er ao long a lapse cf plain needlework into desuetude, some eitrl allmu.ua waa neceaary to bilng worn n back In to good old ways; and one of those clever women who forest e the sign of the time grasped the situation and started classes In sew inc. thus Inaugu rs'.lng the fashion. The prices de manded for the lessons are on a level with those paid for muslt, dancing painting or any other art, II 50 for a half hour's private lesson being the leaat that la paid. Claa es for teaching sewing aa a fine art to the little daugh ters of the fashionable set are also in vogue. seem as If tbe result of Intelligence excites at once the sympathies of spectators, and the educated flea calls together coaipinlct who are delighted with the apparent results, although really Ignorant of tbe causes or of the fart that each trick means tbe death of that particular flea. If one will re flect but a moment, the absurdity of educating to ephemeral an animal as tbe flea be-camea apparent. After a couple of weeka aa a legleia little worm tbe young flea spina for Itaelf a cocoon which la Its habitation for a couple cf weeks longer, when It awakea In Its famlller form for a brief existence of a tew wecUs at the most. To instill into so short-lived a creature anything like appreciation cf th tricks that he Is to perform Is out of the question, and the result whlih are attained are by purely mechanical and cruel procera. The work wblch the flea ia expected to perform la something In which Its tn atlnct to escape becomes of service It is "harnessed" to a little wagon or shoots off a miniature cannon, or does aome otheflmple thing requiring only a feeble pull In a atralght Una. The "harnecV ia a sharp-pointed wire which la atuek into the body of th unfortunate Intect. and In Ita struggles to escape the poor flea performs iti trick, and the amueed spectators are not aware of the cruelty to which it Li subjected. If passengers In the shape of o'ber fleas are desired to make the wagon trick mor remarkable, or a roaehman or a footman, they may be readily bad by Impaling other of the Inueeta upon properly placed wires, re suiting, of course. In torture and death to there aa well. Our local aoeletles have put a stop to these exhibitions in this state, and very properly ao, for the very meanest of created thlnga la entitled to a life free from unnecee Trips CaUrl.aei r..r HnitVa ka Will bi riidirod mora bai'S-al, i i tt (ail a i e'l aval a mot-ra-ia I. 'I l a wiaa-r all! lake at r wi 4 .m lliiietur't ma .1 liie. a. it'll iiil tro 11 i' a ri era: .1 1 ; lo, n tii l.v. Sut ml ijk Un I-..U-rii.. inu 1- lij in nl s A ni l 1. ti 1 l- elbf 11 mil' 11 1 nut h a. I-iii .1 i f lU r.ja'at 1 ' ol lf a t!tmci htvr nliu. It cvjh .iirl nia mi, iu r.m ti 1.1 awi a usiabuy li ltr a! tni4tr uuiju. I We would ra l.-r b ar n prn k ol lio iuJs boV7l at ui flit In emircrt thmi lli'eu to a 111 1 1 lal l t t tU to a 11 1. t'.warcti ft.nnil.'.-J llur, ktdneis and bowels. Never l. i.iu, w - .tn or g'l. J. You will ticvir t 101 ni I not t- think of in ire e m r olil cn inU t iii.i-i .r(i .:,. Iliw t! 0 uinli-i cv.T'. il jfjiliy wnmea eull.livirl the ili-c iVerml. ITS CURES THAT COUNT. Many ao-called remedies are pressed on the public attention on account of their claimed large aale. P-ut tales cannot cUurmi&e values. Sales titcrly arg a 3od saletsiea, ahrt'd pu.iery, or enorxoua advert: fn. It's cures that count. It is cures that are counted ou by A.ycr'a 6ar;j arilla. Its tales niixht lie bousud. It hi the worbl for its market. Ilut sab s prove tii.thii-K. We piint only 10 the record cf Ayer's Sai -ujiari'.la, aa proof of iu cient : 50 YGARS OP CURHS. t 3 z 5 . w vv a V'vWW . i, i 1 - ' - s S J O W 1 ' s J ir i i 1 iinur n op e rue. 1I0 not line their BANKERS AND BROKERS, Bt. IUaa4 IMIia.u ItKi.l. le IU. I . mkarta lea Ckicaaa SaarS l Irada I aeet rlaitiis aim nl li.riimli nu ilh Uir.r limt VV-"; V," f ',!' t, t' tt U ''If h'l! It " mm tin alall.lu ami r'iai'H iiiiiiibii"'ii f - r .nl i. llie aiar'a Wnla laf ll anil IhelrOt f anrt-4 lM". h rf f Krlrrencea: An lATiob llaaa. i 11 it ai.o TyineitliitntKtkir! i CASCARCTS, i CAM6T CATHAKTIC, tha tileal laiallv nd guaroi)id ton.li- pailort cura, ant FHtC - en racalpl of I've S cant aiiitpa. ailiifea Intlltl iui.i iMrttT. OMl SmWmi, tn. Ih Iwl. lor Iraclns ana IneaOM ii"Ut or fil.-. Olr 1.1.1 nf bi.l.lrlt ln.ir SI t VuW l.XU. Sal SST. SfcHiUilastoa. Coon. RODS GFIU'J WHISKY " , a. a. woeLUi. mtt. w - T. X. V. llOUSTON-tn IH90. Whea Anawerim Advertl.'mnli Kindly Mrnlioa this Taper. CROFULA IVIls lTMti,of ttialnw. Vim. wriu: I hut aiaati auRrrrl fruw hrreihury Sri.iliali. btr aliirli I irml taih.ii. rrii,, ai manT reiKhiv i.lii.i. iaiii. Imii none relievrtl nte, Aflei iaftiliglMlltl I ail w Wrll. I ant rry srab ful lit you, m I laal lltai 11 witp. nu Inim a hip til wit ii'il bimiv. and adall laki nNaAiire la er-emalnff t-nfy Ki.nl. 1. ( pralar lor llie w.nki I11I moil Iclin.. ami In ivnmitmMiilina 11 l. all. 1 1: l-f nn til... I an.l Mm I 1 niailml lne in anr id- CURED IPT 5TTCIPIC CO., AtUAta. O. V.'.ViVC BLACKWElLS 1 ill 1 WANT Dll HO OTHER. IexauiNC vJ DURHAM V) will last Mill tww kag, aw4 tw (tasu lwldi iwck N 1, I II 'I 1 at a taaaaal tavea. aTa 1 -v 'C'fiMjl'fiWi ' I i V , tm, -e. BU.H. '1 j " A " 1 wU1 Dwrhaaa. By W frr,J.JM i Sl-w3 ti ' f ikka d.krwis4 tae i firm l f lwM pin ttMT ia CS UtSB. "JUST AIIIND MT COAT TAILS." ancanny atory. One huky young fel low who did cot look a though he would be easily frightened told cf Ll: encounter. "'I war a glttln' home kinder late of a Sunday night, an' JWt aa I klm to th' woods ayond ole Dentll'a, I mighty near had a cerltsaton with th' ghos'. It warn't no white cow r grey hose cr aheep er nothln' el aa war flesh an' blood. It whined by me Jlst like It war flyln' low an' orful swlf on a broomstick. A feller's got ter believe hla own eyea, hain't be I war never soberer In my life an' never ao skeerd. bet my footprints war twenty feet apart th' ra' of th way bom, fur I bad a Idee that thar pesky thing war a sallln' 'long Jlst ablnd my coat tails." "I beard Uk experience from sev eral ether, and la som way connected the 'ghol' with th Denxtl robberies For two tghla 1 stood a dreary watch In th wood referred to without mak ing any discovery. Th third night I received a shock. It waa Intensely dark In th ahadowa of th trees, and a I sat at th root of a big oak trtu soma whit object glided swiftly and noiselessly Just above tbe center of th road. It made th cold chills run over me, though 1 have no patlenc with those who tell of visits or communi cations with the departed. 1 waa determined to enlighten my self and secured a good saddle horse ai companion of my vlglla. The aeeond night the 'ghost' flew by and I galloped In Ita wake at all the speed my hor could command. A mile ahead th 'ap parltlon' ewerved to the right of the road and ended our mad race. Tying my horse in a fence corner I crept nearer. Slowly I made out that the ghoaf waa a woman of atately pro portlone wearing nothing but a daintily ruffled night robe. 6he leaned for a brief time over th hollow atump that bad been her evident destination and then turning mounted her flying ma chine, which waa a modern bicycle, and went scorching back over the course ahe had come. Again I followed her and did not stop until I saw her disappear In the side door of the Den xtl house. Hastening back to th hol low stump I explored the Interior." "And found th stolen property, of eourwa," Interrupted a listener. "Not a sign of It I could discover nothing that did not naturally belong there, railing to find the thief In tbe ghost,' I became a member of th Den til household, ostensibly as his prtvat secretary. My first discovery was that th 'ghoat' waa th beautiful Miss Den til. She waa a somnambullat, and In utter Ignorance of the weird night rtdea ahe bad taken. But when told of them tbe explanation waa an aay one Whan sbs and her young lover were ehlldrea, that hollow stump bad been tha poetofnc where their ardent mts- I sires were mailed and called for. The tier. Ctrl! KM ImnriMe. The bicycle girl cannot be Insured Thla iai the decree of the accident In euranre companies. The reason for this ia aa odd from a business stand point aa the fact Itself. It is because of the frivolity of women; that la, ahe makes frlvolou claims for damage. The accident Insurance policy usually calls for piyracnt of 15.000 In cms of death, and In caae of rllFabr.lty from $7 to :S a week, aceo-Jlr.g to the ex tent of the Injuries, The annual pay rr.ent to secar thla Insurance range from fl to t-0. In different companies. Scarcely a day paaaea that feminine bicycle riders do not visit the lueur ance companies as applicants for poli cies, but now they are invariably told that thry can not be Inmred under the mice agreed to by the underwrltera. In the early stagoa of bicycling wo men were Insured, and It wai found that rlslmefcr trivial or Imaginary In juries were made by them so fre quently and perslatently that the un derwriter would be bankrupted If one- half of them v.ere paid. So the corn pan lea at a Joint meeting made a rule that women bicyclists should be de barred from accident policlea. All wo men are not excluded, however. Those who poste.s separate estates and who are engaged In business w hich requires their personal attention and Involves) travel by rail or ateamer are treated aa desirable rUka. If thry ar injured while riding a bicycle tor health or pleasure they receive th benefit of In surance. Dlcyrle riding Is not consid ered "extra haaardoua" except In the caae of professional rider. The ordi nary rider for healtn and pleasure, even tf he la a "scorcher." Is considered a desirable risk. Chicago Chronicle. Rising la Keep) Cavt It seemed queer to hear a person re mark recently that he waa "going out on hla wheel to g. t cool." The remark was overhiard when old General Hu ll dlty ws playing havoc with starch' d shirts and collars. It Is a fact that en a red hot day riding a bicycle Is one means by which one can kee-p comfort able. Tbe rapid motion stirs up a re freshing breeze, and aa long as ll ki I kept up the rlJer Is comfortable. Of coarse, when one slops perspira tion breaks out from every pore, but If the rider bas been thoughtful enough to clothe himself properly with Woolen next to the akin no discomfort need be xperlenced on that account There is yet to be recorded an instance where a person haa be n overcome by h'at whll riding a wheel In a rational manner. and If many of thise who think It b too hot to ride now try the experiment and don't return feeling much better than when they started out It will be the first time th plan baa failed. New York Preaa, "Tlr: Old Favorite." -- -A V! V.. i n va sV -vso- A little bit cf pension goes a long WVAy if yen ch:v "Battle A::' The ' bfec3t pl::e cf really high tt prade tobacco ever sold for 5 cents; S almost twice cs Pe as the other ; M Pi Pr ft ) y 4-S (' - " t Haw ta till ll a. "Collisions," rays a man who offer radical advice, "a:e aometlmee un avoidable, no matter how careful a rldir may be. Of course, it la always best to avoid a smash up, If such a thlrg la poullle. There are caae, tl'd it happen to nearly every cycllitt, when a collision cannot be avoided. Then tbe aid saw, 'Self preservation la lb first law of nature.' cornea In. Tut on a lit tle extra eteani and strike your adver sary' wheel head on. Don't allow hlro to hit you broadalde or your wheel won't be worth much. Above all. keep cool and observe the rulta of the mad. If you do thla It will be the other fel low' fault If there I any troubled New York Sun. fellow inferior! 0 0 Vt have o.iii a stuiy cl lirts ?cvr 1:1 tticn it year ia ai.i yr out by thousvs ca er A Yt ' t Iha letae la If. Should a spoke bend or break and th wheel "get out of true" It la bettt to have a competent repairer "true" It tip acain. It looks like an exceedingly simple operation to "true" a wheel, bet an inexperienced person Is apt to get too great a atraln on the spokes and thus make future trouble tor himself. American Cyclist A Vlnnlna; Caitawa, "Do you notice how much the prac tice of carrying the hands In the pocket has been given up by all classes of men within the laat few years?" asked the literary man. "It was never good form, but still you would often see I think the neweboy ere i sponsi ble for the change, rut your band In your pocket as you stand for an Instant on a atreet corner or walk along the street aome day and see if you don't agree with m. If you are anywhere In the lower or central portion of the city there will be from on to a dosen or mor newsboys in sight. Every on of them will notice the motion of your hand In your pocket, and If on la look ing In another direction ho la attracted by th rush of hi fellows, and you are aurrounded by a atruggllng mass of boy, and as many papers ss there ar urchins ar thrust Into your face. It la a dangeroua thing to put your band to your pocket unless you are willing to have your progress delayed for a min ute or two." New ork Time, Harawla Day. "Deareat" He stopped reading bis paper long enough to ask what hla beateat little wife might want "When thry mark the dollars down to fttty-thre cents, will it be every day, or only on Fridays? Indianapolio nwaory t Uom Ua was leltUul Journal leaking lar It, Other Tarty Man alive, do you aup poe I d be able to aieep u l anew there waa whisky in the house? I'd be walking the floor all night Truth. POINTED PARAGRAPHS. It disgusts us to see others doing th foolish things we do. L. A. W. Bulle tin. The true secret of success In life Is to know what you can't do well. lied leal Era. The man who rocks the boat ought to be stoned when be gets back on shore. Iloaton Globe. A father Is proud when his boy gets Into bis first fight, but the mother prays about It Atchison Globe. Happily. Grant's memory la I mm or tal. It will live even after his tomb 1 finished. Philadelphia Ledger. Many a life baa been spoiled by not knowing the difference between thrift and (tinglne. Milwaukee Journal. A majority of those who talk against bossc would not be able to make a living without on. Wabash Times, Human nature Is th excuse gener ally offered by a man who baa been acting like a bog. Indianapolis Jour nal. Whll It la pretty bard to aay what constitute a gentleman oft band. It la a pretty sate aaaertlon to say that the man who says he ta a gentleman lent. Cincinnati Enquirer. 1 The worst complaints about baseball used to be regarding th blackguarda In th audience. Tha wo: at eomnladnta now are about the blackguards In the 1 flell-rn!ladc!;h!a Dullctln. rclittl-Uilir:. raac Uine , t.'.;d them I jr c'cj: -ity f rctei. far c-jralilv-tai nr' leont tilzn and a;wis n-tryvhcrc. RcJ-l is thi wooifTfj'JytliiUciadi-ri-l: ILiJi.S Si;;b Tcb Tires vxtS on 3 oZ ! STANDARD OF THE WORLD ILulTord Tires ar ciWJ lo repair ia cuz of funclu.:, ilrooc. lJcU, 1:iU CtumlU Art I' it ".,, cMrti( ffuMr 'M . tesKUUH! wi ki.snt f". rM3 lran ui)r (, 4 aVS'i'ti t jr l u:t Uf two I Ctfaal ti-f. POPE T.TFG. CO., Hartfofi, Conn. Dnnch Stem mi Agmc in e..rr fv .'J l.n IKolumliaa an aal atrvCTlf rc; rrM.il.' J in yir ti:ily. Irl u ka.iw. Qicmist, Prof.B.abcock,S,T-:mn "I fni that Walter Baker Cz Co.'s DrcaJdast Cocoa is absolutely cur:. It contains r:o trace cf cr.y substance foreign to tne pure roasted cccca-bcan. The color is that of pure cocoa; the Haver i natural, ar.J not artificial; and the product is L every particular such as must have been produced from the pure cccca-bean without the addition of any chemical, alkali, acid, cr artificial flavoring sub stance, which arc to be detected in coccas prepared by the so-called 'Dutch process.' " 7illcr C-l.T Cl Co, Lti, DorcKtcr, Mass. Galveston, La Porte tt Houston R'y. BAY SHORE LINE. 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