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ATIOBVGTI-AT-LAW. I John P. Judson, lawyer, office fourth floor Hyde block, rooms 401-4. 10-6< O. K. QUluly, attorney-at-taw. Spe cial attention given to damage and corporation law. Rainier Grand hotel. SPECIALISTS. Dr. Boyd's electric coll; best known treatment for rheumatism and dis eases of women. Granite block. (6-0 run D BALERS. Standard Fuel A Ice Co.. E431 Front. TeL 6)5. Carbonado, Rock Springe and Hummlt coal. Martin Dolan, manager. SECOND HAND GOODS. Highest price paid for second hand furniture. Tel. M. 103. 214 River- Side. 00-9 MUSICAL. Reemer'e orchestra nnd Inland Em pire band. Latest and most popular music played for all occasions. In struction. Violin nnd cornet. Of fice and stud|o. Riverside hall, Wls Riverside aye. Phone Main 3999. 74 *3 COLLECTION AGENCIES. Abbott Collection Co. Phone 1947. Office 603 Fernwell. Prompt atten tion. 65- T DTEINO AND CLEANING WORKS. Parisian Dyeing A Cleaning Works. BIOS Howard atreet. TeL M. HIT. L A Lehmann, prop. Best house in northwest. No solicitors. Dress plalttngs factory In connection. 111-I BARBEB SHOP. The I.eroy barber shop removed from 610 Main to basement 420 Main, Michigan block. First class haircut. 25c; shave, 10c; bnth, 15c. Eight bathrooms, hot and cold shower bath. 94-« PACIFIC TRANSFER CO. Freight, furniture, baggage and parcel delivery. TeL 399 SlO-S HORSESHOEING. Chas. Stalcy, 219 Pacific Aye. Bouth of N. P. deport. 128-26. CLOTHES CLEANERS. The Steam Clothes Pressing com pany will French dry clean nnd press your ault for 50c or your trousers for 31c; only 5 to 15 minutes required; good dressing rooms; alterations and repairing. 620 Second avenue. Phone 2252. FOR SALE—REAL ESTATE. Lots that will double in value tn ft short tluio. 3 lots, 6 blocks from car, $75 each. ' 3 lots, 3 blocks from car, $100 each. 13 lots, 3 and 4 blocks from car, $125 each. 1 lot, 2 blocks from car, $150. These nre specials and It will pay you to Investigate at once, if you want a home. Any of tho abovo on payments of $5 or $10 a month. Northern Investment Co., 330 Riverside Aye. SMALL HOUSES FOB SALE. 1 of 2 rooms and nice lot. $250. 1 of :t rooms, new, corner lot, $450. 1 of 3 rooms, new, nice corner, $500. All the abovoxnear car. Monthly payments If desired. Northern Investment Co., 330 Riverside Aye. Phone 1232. IF YOU HAVE A DESIRE TO FURTHER THE ADVANCEMENT OF THE CITY AND PROMOTE HOME INDUSTRY, CALL AT OUR OFFICE AND LET UU SHOW YOU TH 10 WORKINGS OF THE CAR AN NUNCIATOR. OF which we are THE FISCAL AGENTS. TWO LINKS ARE ALREADY IN STALLED AND WE WILL BE OI.AD TO SHOW YOU THE WORK JN(!S OF IT. STOCK BELLING AT PAR WITH A GOOD chance OF GOING JJIGHER. GET IN WHILE IT is CHEAP AND PARTICIPATE IN TDK ADVANCE IN PRICE, E. C. TOUSLEY CO. 28 ZIEULER. ttOOO buys 100 acres in Stevens county, three-quarters mils from railroad, 20 acres line timothy laud, 30 acres In crop, 25 acres pasture, fenced, orchard, line spring water, modest buildings. Mercantile stocks of ail sizes. Bargains In city property In all parts of city, easy terms. Llohty & Co., •4 Jamieson niocfl. Tel. 121)8. ORGANS James Paino, organ builder. Tuning nnd repairing, P. O. lior 1178. 113—20. BOOI'INU AND SEFAIBINO. Tin, copper, sheet Iron, stove nnd turn;.. 1. work. Hairy supplies. C. Pcshak St Co., GG24 Monroe at. 04-26 WORKMEN, NOTICE. Wanted — Workingmen to remember that the strike In the lumber mills St Hope, Idaho, Is still on. 180-30 LOST AMI FOUND. Taken up about April 15, 1905, ono brown horse, weight 1000 pounds. Owner requested lo prove property, pay charges and take same awuy. One-half mtlo* east of city limits, south bank of Spokane river, C, I. Jloatwick. 130-3 TAILORING Clothes rlonnod, pressed, dyed at 3 Lincolni goods eallod for and deliv ered. Tel. M. 1)28. A. Hlusson. Yes, Tha Press "want" nds are bus lawn ge'lers. Try theinl HJ.LI- WANTED—HALS. Twenty-five steady laborers; wages, 11.72 to $2 per day. Bennett & Bihler, Post Falls. SITUATION WANTED. Japanese boys furnished for cooks In hotels, family and every kind of work. Tel. 2249. 423 Front aye. 139-20 WOBKISOMAH'S HOME. Free employment bureau. Beds 10 cents. 42 Main ave nue. 122-26 MONET TO LOAN. Loons on furniture, pianos, horses, etc.; private; no delay. A. A. Bar nett 026-0 The Rookery. 65-T Loans on long or short time. Daniel Bros., 62? Hyde block. 66-0 Monoy to loan on real estate. Se curity mortgages bought. J. W. Mor rison & Co., 3 and 4 Sherwood block. FOB BENT—BOOMS. Two furnished or unfurnished rooms, close In, for rent. Call at E5 First avenue. FURNISHED BOOMS. Newly furnished rooms for trans lent or permanent; free baths and heat. Tel. M 4317. 423 Third ave nue. 60-8* HOUSEKEEPING. BOOMS. Unfurnished rooms for light house keeping. 109 I'lne street. NOTICE. In the superior court of the state of Washington in and for the county of Spokane. In the matter of the fore closure of delinquent tax certificates No. C 1 4300, No. 034786 and No. C 35786, Issued by Spokane county. The state of Washington to R. S. Brown: You are hereby notified that R. S. Brown is the owner of the following described lands and tenements situat ed In Spokane county, state of Wash ington, and more particularly describ ed as follows, to-wit: an undivided nne-elghth and an undivided one-half of lot 14, block 23, of Dennis it Brad ley's addition to Spokane Falls. That Arthur D. Jones * Co. was during all times herein mentioned and now Is a corporation organised under the laws of state of Washington. Thai heretofore there was Issued by tho county treasurer of Spokane county, Washington, a certain eertlti eate of delinquency, No. CI 57 86, dated the 15th day id' July. 1901. for the sum of two and 18-100 dollars, said sum being the amount of taxes then delinquent, assessed and charged against an undivided one-fourth In terest in said lauds and tenements for the year 1900, That thereafter an un divided one half of said lain! describ ed in said certificate and of said cer tlficate No. C 35786 was redeemed. That Arthur D. Jones A Co, the plaintiff herein, is the bidder of said certificate No. C 35786. Thai iin» holder of ti>»> said oertlfl cato No. C3578S has paid taxes for other years upon said undivided one elghth of said lot not redeemed as follows, to-wlt: for the year 1901, 11.22, paid 3d day of April, 1906; for tlie year 1902, $1.10, paid 3d day of April. 1906; for the year 1903. 91 cents, paid 4th day of March. 1904; for the year 1904. 93 cents, paid 13th day of April. 190.1. That heretofore there was issued hy the county treasurer of Spokane oounty, Washington, a certain eertitl eate of delinquency No. C 14300, of date January 31, [891, to Spokane county, for the sum of $10 29 for taxes against said land for the years 1898, 1894 and 1896. That said cer tificate was thereafter on July 1 !>. ' 1,901, regularly sold anil transferred to Arthur D. Jones .Vi Co. That there after on July 16, 1901, there was is ■suod hy the county treasurer of Spu ■krane county. Washington, a certain certificate or delinquency No. C 35785, of date July 16, 1901. for the sum of $20.93, said sum being tlie amount of the taxes then delinquent assessed and charged against said undivided half Interest In said lot for tlie years IMS, 1X97, IS9S, 1599 and 1900. That Arthur l">. Jones & Qo., the plaintiff herein, | s the holder of said certificates" No. CI 4300. and No. C 36786. That said Arthur IV Jones .V- Co. has paid on account of said cer tificate No. C 35785 taxes for other years upon said undivided one half in- I forest in said lot covered hy said cer tificate as follows, to-wlt: for the year 1901, $3.74, paid November 17 1902; for the year 1902, 14.84, paid April 3. 1906: for the \ear 1903, 1f.6 I paid March t, 1901; for the year 1901. $3."r>, paid April 11">, 1906. That each and all of said sums above mentioned bear Interest at the rate of fifteen fle>> per cent per annum from the date of payment thereof • The aforesaid owner of said prem ises, and all persons claiming under him are hereby summoned and re qtllred to appear within sixty days alter the date of the first publication of this summon;:, to-wit: within sivtv days after the 20th Jay of April, 1905, Whloh Is the .late of tiie first publica tion of this summons, exclusive of tho day of said first publication, ami defend tills action or pay the amount ilue upon said certificates of delin quency respectively, and delinquent taxes, penalties and interest afore said, atnl you are hereby notified Unit In case of failure so to do lv.lament will ho rendered foreclosing the liens of respective taxes and costs against tlie respective lands ami premises naniod upon which they are liens. Dated at Spokane, Washington, the 10th day of April, I9nts AKTtit'R lv junks A CO., Holder of Said Certificate. By GALLAGHER A TH IYER. Its Attorneys. P. D, address. Empire Stale build ing, Spokane. Washington. NOTICE. Tn the superior court of tho state of Washington in and for the county of Spokane. In the matter of the foreclosure of delinquent tax certllleate >f>. CM". TS7. Issued by Spokane county. The state id' Washington to Hank of California 1 You are hereby notified that Bank of California is the owner of tho following described lands and tene ments, situated In Spokane county, state of Washington, ami more par ticularly described as follows, to wit: All of lot thirty-one (31), in block six nil. of Keystone addition to Spokane Kails. That Arthur P. .tones & Co. was during all times herein mentioned, and now is. a cor poration organised under the laws of tin- stale Of Washington, ami Ihc Hank of California was during all of said times a corporation organised under the laws of the state of Cali fornia. Thai heretofore there was Issued in- the county treasurer of Bpoknne county, Washington, a certain con in cut« of delinquency No. CSR7II7, dated tlie lr.tli ilny of July. 1901, fur the sum of four atiil 27-100 dollar*, Bald sum being the amount of taxes then delinquent assessed and charged against sekl hinds and tenements for the yesr 1000. That Arthur I) Jones * Co., the plaintiff herein, Is the holder of saiil nertlflents No C 35787. That the holder of said certificate No, ('ST.7SV has paid taxes for other years upon said lot as follows, to wll: far the v»ar 1901. $3 74, paid November 17. MS2. for the year 1001, $3.90, paid April 2d, 1903; for the year 1903. t»..35, paid the 4th dnv of March, 1904; for the year 1904, $6.37, paid the 13th day of April. 1905. That each and all of said sums above mentioned bear interest at the rate of fifteen (IS) per cent per annum from the date of payment thereof. The aforesaid owner of said prem ises, and all persons claiming under it, are hereby summoned and required to appear within sixty days after the data of the first publication of this summons, to-wit: within sixty (lavs after the 20th day of April, 1905, which is the date of the first publica tion of this summons, exclusive ot the day of slid first publication, and defend this action or pay the amount due upon said certificate of delin quency, and delinquent taxes, penal ties and interest aforesaid, and you are hereby notified that in case of your failure so to do judgment will be rendered foreclosing the liens of such taxes and costs against said lands and premises above named. Dated at Spokane, Washington, the 20th day of April, 1905. ARTHUR O. .TONES & CO.. Holder of Said Certificate. By GALLAGHER & THAYBR, Its Attorneys. I. O. address. Empire State build ing. Spokane, Washington. STATE OF WASHINGTON. There are many people In every state who have little actual data nt hand concerning their own com monwealth. To all such the fol lowing wil be of interest and value: Organized as a territory March 2, 1853. Admitted as a state November 11, 1889.. Area, square miles, 69,180. Population in 18G0, 11,564. Population in 1903, 650,000. Gold, silver, copper and lead, $1,163,321. Farm property, value, $144,040,- --547. Farm products, value, $43,827,495. Live stock, value, $22,159,207. Manufactures, value, $86,795.(151. Ocean commerce in 1902 $46,000,- --000. Coal, tons, 2,301,379. Standing timber, feet, 196,000,- --000.000. The state of Washington com prises two natural divisions. East ern Washington, through which the Columbia river flows, Includes the section lying east of the Cascade Range. It is, In great part, com posed of rolling plateaus, rising from its lowest portion, along the Columbia and Snake Rivers, at an elevation of from 300 to 700 feet above sea level, to altitudes of 2000 feet along the eastern boundary. The soil of this part of the State Is generally of volcanic origin and very productive. Tho rainfall Is not neavy, but commonly sufficient for agriculture with Irrigation. Western Washington differs widely tn topography and climate from Eastern Washington. The arable lands lie in a depression be tween the Cascade Range on the east and the Coast Range and Olympic Mountains on the west, a depression comprising Paget Sound and the valleys of Cowlitz, Clark and other rivers. The whole of Western Washington enjoys an am ple rainfall and Is heavily forested. Whitman, Lincoln, Walla Walla, Spokane and Adams counties, all east of the Cascades, reported 76.3 per cent, of the total area under wheat In the state in 1900. place wll be filled by white peo ple from a distance. The only way that we can prevent the industries slipping from the negro tn all parts of the south Is for all the educa tors, ministers and friends of the negro to unite to push forward in a wholo souled manner, the indus trial or business development of the negro, either in school or out of school, or both. "It Ik cruel in many cases to In crease the wants of the black youth by mental development alone, without at the same time increasing his ability to supply these increased wants along. Hues in which he can find employment. "Every white man will respect the negro who owns a two story brick business block In the center of tho town and hns $5000 In tho bank. When a black man is the largest taxpayer and owns and cul tivates the most successful farm In his country, his white neighbors will not object very long to his vot ing and to having his vote honest ly counted. The black man who Is the largest contractor in his town and lives In a two story brick house is not likely to be lynched." ROOSEVELT'S OLD BUGGY PORTLAND, Ore., April 10.—Rich ard Johnson of Mlnot, N, D., owns a buggy whloh was usci by Theodore Roosevelt on hll Maltose Crosi ranch In North Dakota nearly 25 years ago. The buggy had been In use for 15 years prior !o tin' lime young Mr. Rooaevell usod it. Mr. Johnson will semi the old vehicle to the Lewis and Clark exposition as an exhibit. Many of the trappings used by Roosevelt during his two years' sojourn In Da kota have boon preserved by his ad mirers, tine of these relics is a dinky little old straw hat Whloh looks very funny now, but It was tho New York city style when the young man wore it out to Dakota In 1881. Efforts are being made lo send this hat and Other Rooaevell relics from North Dakota to the exposition. A wonderful spring tonic. Drives out all winter Impurities, gives you strength, health and happiness That's what Holllster's Rooky Mountain Tea will do. 35 cents, Tea or Tsb lets. Hold by Ami now lot us turn from the hour glass waists to the pitchers and the bour glass anus. a strength tonic that brings rich. red blood. Makes you strong, healthy ami active That's what Holllster's It oc k f Mountain Tea wilt do. 35c, Tea or Tablets. All around you, all the time. Press "want" adn are causing things to happei* A QUEEN AND HER GRANDCHILDREN Queen Alexandra, although ehe looks scarcely 40 years old, has a CALVE TO OPEI nt n Mf SEATTLE, April 20. — Manager John Cort of the Grand will leave tomorrow afternoon, accompanied by Mrs. Cort, on his annual business trip to New York. In addition to his usual task in the metropolis, that of booking attractions for the Grand and for the Northwestern Theatrical as sociation theaters for the coming sea son, Mr. Cort will have to secure his bookings for the Seattle theater and Moore theater, arrange the tour of lime. Calve for next season and se cure plays and a route as far east as Chicago for Florence Roberts, as well as western time for the Met lakahta Indian band. Mr. Cort will first go to Helena and Rutte, then to Salt Lake and Denver, at which city he will meet Florence Roberts and confer with her concerning her next season's tour. He than goes directly to Chicago and kew York and will return to Seattle about June 15. Mr. Cort makes the interesting an nouncement that, so far as present Intentions go, two Interesting the atrical events scheduled for this city next season will be merged into one. In other words, Mr. Cort plans Calve as his attraction for the opening of tlie Moore theater on January 22 next. IMNI omip in n m (Scrlpps News Association.) NEW YORK, April 10.—An inter esting: explanation of why Itird S. Coler is willing to accept a nomina tion for mayor on a platform denier- UMCJUB sam will have a sweet time kuli.inuj this Eva. the spokilri: press. dozen or more grandchildren. This picture shows her with seven of the QUEEN ALEXANDRA AND HER GRANDCHILDREN. inp for municipal ownership in oppo sition to Mayor McClellan is given todiy by a man who is familiar with the inside workings of Tammany Hull. According to this authority, Mr. Coler retired from the civil serv ice commission Involuntarily and at the request of Charles F. Murphy, leader of Tammany Hall. Mr. Coler, it was declared, would still be presi dent of the civil service commission and a good democrat had it not been for Mr. Murphy's forcing him out of the place for reasons which have not been made known. 'fn announcing himself, therefore, risia candidate for mayor on a munici pal ownership ticket, which it is conceded would be more hurtful to Sthß' prospects of the reelection of Ifavor McClellan than it would be to fhe chances of a republican candi date to succeed him, Mr. Coler has .fired the first gun In his campaign tor revenge on the Tammany leader for having brought to a close so abruptly as he did Mr. Coler's career at the head of the civil service com mission. Mr. Coler proposes, it is assorted, to work untiringly from now until election day to bring about tho overthrow of the present admin istration at the polls and to accom plish his object he Is ready to go in with the bitterest foes of Mr. Murphy and the whole Tammany Hall organi sation. FAKE HOLD-UP VICTIM SENT ~ TO THE ASYLUM (Scrtpp.-. News Association.) T.EWISTON. Idaho, April 20.—Ray Nannes has heen adjudged Insane and has been ordered taken to tlie asy lum. Nannes was tbe victim of a fake hold-up at Waha several weeks ago. He was a tenderfoot and after being tOld all sorts of hold-up stories two Jokers proceeded to hold him up. NannPs has never recovered from the shock und his mind bus been falling since that time. He is con tinually begging his tormentors not to kill him and the sight of a stranger causes him to shriek and aim >st go into hysterics. AT EASTER TIME youngsters. Prince (Seorge of Wales is held in her arms. The others, from left to right, are Prince Henry of Wales, Lady Alexandra Duff, Prince Albert of Wales, Lady Maud Duff, Prince Kdward of Wales and Princess Victoria of Wales. Captnln Tamburini has heen impli cated in an army plot In Paris. The captain's name Indicates that he holds his commission in tlie Salvation. Abotu Six Months Old. "What do you think of Jenkins' baby? He brags of it a great deal." "Oh, that's a rattling boy." Something Doing In Indiana. This morning while County Re corder ChaH. Smith was en route !to his duties at the court house, jhe slipped on the ice on the pave j ment In front of the E. Manlove ! music store, and fell. Fortunately, he Is spry and agile, and escaped any Injury.—Connersville (Ind.) News. Some stores are covered with dust because they are open; oth ers because they are closed. Men smoke tobacco not because it Is a pleasant thing to do, but merely to show that they can. q uniKiNO or THE COKMOJT KIND. "Are you the editor?" "Yes." "Well, there was a runaway on Main street this morning " "Cashier or president?" MUDGE WILL LEAVE SANTA fE TOPEKA, Kan., April 20— H. U. Mudge, general manager of the Banta Ke, today confirmed tlie report that he would leave that road. CASTORIA for Infants and Children. ( astoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. It relieves Teeth ing Troubles and cures Constipation. It regulates tho Stomach and Dowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea—Tho Mother's Friend. The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years. THE VIEW ff THE PEAP GAfff SPOCT - .... .... my cdmonp vanos >tooae Say, wats dis dippy talk about de Jap A-boin' a long-end good t'lng in a scrap? Tell me wat fights de bloke baa ever won, Er wat good scrappers has he ever done? Stussel en Kurypatkin? Say, who's Stussel? Who's he been up against en made 'em hustle? Dey say he stayed a long time in dls light (Only de Jap outwinded him, all rlgjjt). Rut who'd he ever bang agin de rope— His ownsclf? Ain't he got no dope? En Kurypatkin; mebbe he's all right, But if dem forrin guys kin really fight, Dey gotter show me. I hears fellers say Dat Kury's clever In de getaway. But dat ain't tlghtln'; you kin take my hunch A fighter ain't no good widout a punch, Wat's dat? De Jap kin do dls Llne vitch? Anudder two-spot in de discard! Ain't it rich To see de way some fellers gits delr name Innto de poipers In dls flghtln' game? En just because de Jap kin do dese dubs. You'd fink he wus a roynl flush In Medical Lake Extract. manufac tured by the Medical Lake Salts Mfg. Co., is the best remedy fer rheuma tism there Is in the market. It has been used In this section for yean and we can furnish many testl* monlals. Electric Bath Salts for the bat) snd for the hair are the best thlngl that can be usesd for that purpose For salo by all druggists. Manu factured by Medical Lake Saltt Mfg. Co. — " ANTITOXIC QAJtQI.II Prevent* Diphtheria 25c. Stowell Drug Co., Corner Riverside and Stevens. We don't claim a cinch—we only claim to be the newsiest newspaper In town; 26c per month. LONG ILLNESS AVERTED By DR. BULL S COUGH SYRUF Mrs. Peterson's Case of Grip Cared and Her Life Saved by Cele brated Dr. Boll's Cough Syrup. Afh*. 0. Fdw. Peterson, 208 E. 98th Street, New York City, writes: "I was suffering with a severe at tack of the grip, and had a most distressing cold and cough which troubled me day and night. My husband recommended Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup. I had taken two bot tles of the Syrup when it had en tirely relieved me of that pain through my lungs, tickling in my throat, shortness of breath, and al lowed me a full night's sleep; in short, it cured me. I heartily en dorse ft, and advise every family to keep it on hand, because It Is the superior of all remedies for throat and lung troubles. I cannot praise it too highly. I know It has saved me a prolonged illness and, perhaps, my Ufa," Mrs. (J. Edw. Peterson. The grip, be tho casa mild or stubborn, is always loaded with seri ous and sad oousequenc.es. In its Unit stage, it isouly a cold or cough; iv ius progressive stage, pains In the lungs, racking cough, weak ness, loss of flesh and shortness ■if breath havo mndo themselves known; In its critical stage, pneu-j monta and consumption havo boon developed ; and in its closing stage,! all hope of a euro is lost Iv death. ' SSBB aa mm mm at Si si sa ana. mm m mm, mm m TAKE WARNINQ I Will you not tuke wurnlng ? As soon as tho tirst symptoms of tho grip or v cold appear, buy a bot tle of Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup. Take it regularly, and you Will not only bo cured, but well cured. Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup cures all cases of grippe und has saved many people from an early grove. It re ceives stronger testimonials than any other similar remedy, ana every testimonial published Is guaran teed to bo absolutely genuine. Bears the Signature of (Do Jap • clubs To hear de talkln'. Say, if he's so great. Why don't he come dls way en ge* a date? Dere's loads o' money waltln' at de gate Fer any shifty champeen heavy weight Right here's de golden cream en he kin skim It, Kf he goes on wld Jeff en stays de limit! TUT TRADERS' NATIONAL RANI Or SPOKANE, WASH. Capital $200,000 Surplus and profits $130,000 Officers—Alfred Coolldge, president; A. Kuhn, vice president; Chas. S. El tinge, cashier; J. Elmer West, assist ant cashier. Directors —M. M. Cowley, Patrick Clark, James Monaghan. A. Kuhn. Al fred Coolldge, D. M. Drumheller, J. Elmer West Exchange National Bantt or sroxAn, wash. Designated Depository United States. Capital $250.000.00 Surplus and undivided profits $179,538.95 E. J. Dyer. president; Charlea Sweeny, vice preetdeot; C. E. Mo- Broom, cashier; W. si. Shaw, assist ant cashier. "want" ad and sold his house. Beware of the Substiiirte. If you lot the dealer persuade you to bur "hie own"oLeaply put vi luruud white pine mixture aa a sub Htltute for Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup and hope to be cured, you will sure ly be disappointed. Ask tot Dr Bulla Cough Syrup and get It. II your druggist has none on hand, buy It. elsewhere, or make him ordet ltforyatL Sold everywhere. fe Price 25 ota., h Ota and fo.OO." I A. C Mayer * Co., Battlmere, Md.