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A BITE IN THE DARK. !
rWAIcla Waa rrodoetlr of at Coarla tlon That IWtrlbnMoa Fol Iowa Ihadf Aetlon, ' A young man whoM work keep him town town until the early morning houn usually reaches home with a hirp appetite. Hit mother, an indulgent woman, too, puti a little lunch where he can get it, but thii frequently faila to aatwfy him. Hit wite parent know thia and aha save the larder from a wholeuale onslaught by locking thinga up, ay the Cleveland Plain Dealer. Now, if there ia one thing in particular that thia youth dote upon it Uiellv. But jelly ia an article of food that takes time and akill in it preparation, and if the lady left her jelly jar at hi diipoial well, there would be none to dispose of after a. few morning. So the jelly ia locked up the sinhtest of all. The other morning the youth let himself Into the house just a the gray itreak of awn were cross-barring tbe eastern sky, Tkaf . i.;il anli k...j Win. but his soul craved for jelly. lie determined to hunt for some. Taking a alice of bread and a knife he stole down cellar and searched the fruit ehelves. What happiness! lie dimly made out the outline of a jelly jar. Was there any jelly in it? He dipped in hia knife and felt the aoft and quivering mass. What a joke on this usually careful mother. She had actually forgotten to turn the key on 1th is treasure. He drew out a ctenerous auantitv and carefully spread it on the bread. He had to do it Uriel v bv guesswork, because the cel lar was almoat totally dark. When the preading was don he smacked hi lip tightly and took a generoua bite. , No, it wasn't jelly. It wa aoft oap. ! . First Donbt of ller Lot. She (a har lover ia about to start on a ourney round the world) My dear Adolf, trill you be true to me when you are far away? Promise me that you will write to me from every town you visit. He Oh, Ada, ia it love that prompts you to say this? Ada, wear to me. do you ORIENTAL DIPLOMACY. really love me, or art you merelj soreign postage stamps.' stray collecting itories. Xn Ina'aoo of the Japaaes Idea at Carrying Through Good Joke. Tt wa at the time of the exhibition in 1867. A Japanese embassy went to Pari to treat for three free porta in France, in return, for which England wa to have three in Japan. The negotiations proved short and amiable, ay London King. "Make your choice," said Japan, "we will choose afterward." Th minister of foreign affaire selected Yokohama, Yeddo and Hang-Yang. The embassy made no objection; they limply tmiled and went on their way. . Some time afterward Japan tent word that the three port mentioned were agreed to, and in return Japan deeired Havre, Mar seilles and Southampton. Thia last named gave the French official fits. They never laughed o much before, and certainly never aince. Southampton a French port! No, it was too good. Gently, but unmistakably, they explained the it uation. "Why, Southampton is ffi England," they replied. ''We know that," came the cool response, out tnen Jiang--1 ang 11 in uorea. Whereupon the French offioiala collapsed. Business Opportunities on the line of the Chicago Great Western Ry in Illinois. Iowa, Minnesota and Missouri. First class open inn in crnwini towns for all kind of busi ness and for manufacturing. Our list in cludes locations for Blacksmiths, Doctors, Dressmakers. Furniture, Grain and Live Stock Buyer, General Merchandise. Hard' vk ltarneaa. Tailnra. Cold Btnraee Creameries and Canning Factories. Write fullv in wirnrti to vour reauirements so that we mav advise you intslligently. Address W. J. Reed. Industrial Aeent, C. G. W. Ry. 601 Endicott Big., St. Paul, Minn. "He insulted me!" she exclaimed. "He contradicted me in a most brutal way. What have you to say to that?" "Why, 1 er I that is to say, I er admire hia nerve, of course," answered Mr. Meekly. Chicago Post. TALK TO FARM BOYS. CoBdlttoBt la Which The Are Reared Give Illm Stability and a Reso lute Character, COSTLIEST OF SAUSAGES. Prom lyoBt, France, assd at Relat) Star Sell for as Much a a Dollar a Pound, The Most Important Period in a Woman's Existence. Mrs. John son Tells How She Was Helped Over the Trying Time. There Is a desire on the part of many boys raised on the farm to seek em- plovment iu the city. Ihere seems to be a sort of fascination In city life, be cause of the greater advantages in the way of amusements and education. The farmer boy's Idea of city life is that It Is one of extreme enjoyment and perfect contentment, and by compari son he thinks his own a life of drudg ery. When he looks at and envies the well-dressed city boy, he does not see the 'temptations and evil influences that surround htm, nor think of the effect of Impure air and sedentary hab its upon the body. He is governed only by appearances. The country boy is as free as the birds of the air. He comes under the most wholesome influences and is not subjected daily to those aw ful temptations which lead to corrup tion and degradation, those evil influ ences which work their way so quietly and yet so surely into one's life. lie is in a position to develop a sound body and a sound mind, and the conditions under which he 1b brought up give him stability and determination. He is ao customed to hard work, is permitted to share some of the care and responsi bility connected with earning a liveli hood, and when thrown on his own re sources is able to meet the stern real ities of life face to face, without timid ity and without fear of shouldering any burden which may be placed upon him. He may not have the polish that mental training gives, but he is fa miliar with the practical affairs of life. One may become familiar with the sciences, may have a technical knowl edge of the classics, and yet have to rely on his talents for a livelihood. The one who becomes acquainted with the fundamental principles of the ruling forces of the world is building on a sub stantial foundation. Upon the recog nized principles of right and wrong hangs the success or failure of every enterprise. The country boy is in a position to acquire practical knowl edge at small expense, which will be more useful to him than any amount of ornamental learning. As far as su periority is concerned, it may be in evidence in a farmer as well as any one. It Is brought about, not by tne occupation, but by the organization of the faculties, the absolute adherence to the unlversnlly recognized princi ples of right. If it falls to your lot to be countrybred, be proud of the fact and improve your opportunities, which will bring you to the height of your ambition. K. 'D. Hougland, in Prairie Farmer. WATER FROM ROOFS. REWARD. Wa have deposited with the National City Bank of Lynn, $5000, tr C II II II which will b paid to any person who run find that the nbor. testimonial lotttrs X 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ara not tannine, or were published twsfore obtaining the writer's special per 0 J U V U mission. LYV1J. E. I"1UKHAM MEDICINE CO. ononononononooocononooo Most everybody knows P something about E3 O o Old Virginia Cheroots o n o , . p o as ioo.ooo.ooo of them are being o P trite vfar Ask anvhndv about 3 pUlUAVU taaaa; - J J ' " J them, if you have never smoked them n yourself. They have made their g O own reputation ana tneir own piacc o O P o p p o p o p o in rioar trade, whollv on their P aaa uw - " J Q merits. Three good smokes for five p cents, and no waste I g Three bondred million Old Virginia Qerocts smoked this q year. Ask jont own dealer. Price, 3 for 5 cents. ig "The costliest of all sausages,'' said a man familiar with the trade, accord ing to the New York Sun, "is Lyons sausages, imported from France Lyons sausage sells in Paris at two francs and more a pound. Here it is sold at 80 cents to one dollar a pound. Lyons sausage is also produced in this country. That made here is even finer than the imported, but sells here, how ever, for somewhat less. "Lyons is rather a large sausage. It is put up in the largest size hog casings and it is mode of beef and pork. The meats used in making it are of the very best, and they are prepared with the greatest care. From the beef all the sinews and veins are removed, and there is left only the selected parts of the meat. The beef is chopped very fine, so fine as to make of it practically a paste. The pork used is from the back fat of hogs. This is not chopped fine, as the beef is, but is cut into irreg ular shaped pieces which show in the sausage when it is cut. The spices used in the seasoning are of course of the choicest. The Lyons sausage is hard-smoked. "The art of sausage making has so improved in this country that now, as you can say without reservation, the finest sausages produced in the world are made in the United States. This if true without exception. The American Lyons Bausage, for example, is better than the Imported. Some American Lyons is exported to France and sold there, and some of that thus exported is reimported and sold here as import ed Lyons. "Lyons sausage is served in the very finest of hotels and resturants, and it may be found on bills of fare, before the soup, served as an appetizer. For that purpose it Is very excellent. I fancy that its increasing use in this manner in New York in recent years is due in great measure to calls for it from Rus sian visitors. The Russians have al ways been fond of Lyons sausage, as they are also of caviare. ' HE FOUND THE NICKEL. MIMtar AatesBobllea. The Immense advantages preasntsd y au tomobile hav had a great fascination for progressive military men all over the world, large turn hav been offered for the beat military automobile. In war, a in every thing, it paya to us the best weapon. Th best shield with which to protect th stom ach i Hoitettsr' Stomach Bittera. It i a certain cure for constipation, indigestion, dyspepsia and biliousness, and prevent ma laria, fever and ague. He Did It-Wlta Blasa. "I am willing to do aaything," said the applicant for work. "AH right," said the hard-hearted mer chant. ' Pleas close the door behind yon when you go out." Somervilla Journal. Catarrh war of OlBtmeats for That CoBtala Mercury, a mercury will surely destroy the tense of mell ana completely aerange me wuois tjr ,hn .rKrim it thrnnah the mucous turface. Such article should never be used except on prescriptiona from reputable physicians, as the damage they will do Is often ten fold to the good you can possibly derive from them. Hall Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, The Ostentatious Young; Swell Was Hardly si Match for tbe Street Car Conductor. 0., contain no mercury, and ia taken inter- ri.llv. actinff directly upon tne Diooa anu mucous surfaces of the system. In buying Hall Catarrn uire De sure you gei me gen uine. It is taken internally, and made in Toledo, Ohio, by F. J. Cheney A Co. Testi monials free. '.-. Sold by Druggists, price 700 per pome. Hall's Family Pills are the belt. Feminine Charity. He Mis Antique, I understand, eomsi of a very old family. She iee: one can see tne lamuy trait is er very cleariy. "What trait ao you reier tor "Old age." Chicago Evening News. Best for th Bowels. No matter what ails you, headache to a cancer, you will never get well until your bowels are put right, tascaret hslp nature, cure you without a gripe or pain, produce easy natural movements, cost you just 10 cent to start getting your health back. Cascarets Candy Cathartic, the genuine, put up in metal boxes, every tablet ha C. C. C. tamped on it. JJeware ot imitation. "Whit wholesoms truth." suiter! th Rh. bath-school teacher, nervously, "is taught by the story of Jonah and the whale?" The serious child with the tall brow did not reply: "It's hard to keep a good men ttownl ' Hut mere v: I don t know " Thia was thought to be very remarkable in one 10 young. Detroit Journal Piio' Car is the best medicine we ever Died for all affections of the throat and lungs. VVm. 0. Endsley, Vanburen, Ind., Feb. 10, 1900. "Tin von believe In luck?" asked Ediely, "Denends on who is dealing," replied Stacker, agely. lown lopic. To Cor a Cold In One Dar Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All druggists rotund money 11 mans 10 cure, aoc, Bow to Dispose of It In Place Where It Haa to Be Conducted Away from Honse or Barn. Where a cistern is in the cellar, the water from the roof can be disposed ol "with neatness and dispatch." Where it must be conducted away from the house or barn, the plan shown in the cut is excellent. Let the conductor lead into a drain that cornea to the Owing to modern methods of living, not one woman in a thousand ap proaches this perfectly natural change without experiencing a train of very annoying, and sometimes painful symptoms. Those dreadful hot flashes, sending the blood surging to the heart until it seems ready to burst, and the faint feeling that follows, sometimes with chills, aa if the heart were sroinir to stoo for eood. are only a few of the symptoms of a dangerous nervous trouble. The nerves are crying out for assistance. The cry should be heeded in time. Lydia E. Pinkham's vegetable Compound was prepared to meet the needs of woman's system at this trying period of her life. The three following: letters are euaranteed to be genuine and true, and till further prove what a great medicine Lydla E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Is for women. Mar. 12, 1897. " Deab Mrs. Pinkham : I have been sick for a long time. I was taken tMr with flnodino-. All mt trouble seemed to be in the womb. I ache all the time at the lower part of the womb. The doctor says the womb is covored with ulcers. I suffer with a pain on the lcit side ot my bacic over tne Kianey. T am flft.v veara old and Dasslnir through the chancre of life. Please advise me what to do to get reliof. Would like to hear from you as soon as possible." UBS. Charlotte Johnson, juonciova, umo. Jan. 23, 1808. I have been taking your remedies, and think they have helped me a great deal. I had been in bed lor ten weeics wnen 1 began taxing your vegeiaDio Compound, but after using it for a short time I was able to be up around the 1ioiir. The achlnir in the lower part of womb has left me. Tne moBt that troubles me now is the flowing. That is not so bad, but still there is a little every day. I am not discouraged yet, and shall continue with your medicine, for I believe It will cure me." mbs. uhablotte johhsow, jaonciova.unio. April 13, 1000. " I send you this letter to publish for the benefit of others. I was sick for about nine years so that I could not do my work. For three months I could not sit up long enough to have my bed made. I had five different doctors, and all naid there was no heln for me. My trouble was change of life. I suffered with ulocration of the womb, pain In aides, kidney and stomach trouble, back ache, headache, and dizziness. I am well and strong, and feel like a now person. My recovery is a perfect surprise to everybody that knew me. I owe all to Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. I would not do without your medicine for anything. There is no need of women suffering so much if they would take your remedies, for they are a sure cure." Mrs. Charlotti JOHNfloiT, Monciova, umo. Btsma trt tViinlr about the cood Mrs. Johnson derived irom Mrs. Pinkham's advice and medicine, it seems almost beyond belief 5 yet it is all true as stated in her three letters published above at her own request. As a matter of positive fact Mrs. Pinkham has on file thousands of letters from women who have been safely carried through that danger period " Ubansre 01 Laio. mm. ouuunuu u. - -" ham's medicine to accomplish. ' u HOW TO DISPOSE OF WATER. surface at some distance from the building. This saves a downpour at the side of the house, or other building that washes out the earth and make not a little trouble. Here the bend in the pipe receives the force of the down pour, the water flowing gently out upon the surface. The underground pipe should be of either unglazed land tile or glazed sewer tile, at least a large as the tin leader. It may come out at the surface a few feet away if the water will not interfere with the lawn, or the arrangement of the walk and drives. Orange Judd Farmer. nalslnsr Pork at a Profit. My main business in summer is rais ing small fruit. Generally keep, three or four cows and sell milk in hot weath er. Used to buy a lew pigs in the spring and sell them when they would weigh from 200 to 250 pounds in win ter, and was surprised to read of men selling six months-old-pigs weighing 200 pounds. That set me thinking, November 1 I bought three pies at $1.S0 each and sold them February 12 lor J25 alive. Commenced feeding three or four ears of sweet corn and one-third of a pail of skimmilk and gradually increased their feed, mostly sweet corn anc1 skimmilk, for six or seven weeks, then field corn on the ear with milk for two or three weeks. At laBt I thickened their milk a little wit j meal and bran and some cheap flour. Ouce in awhile boiled a few potatoes for them for a variety. Farm and Home. . The presence of half a dozenunusual ly pretty young women may have hud something to do with the beginning ol the incident. If so, the fact that they were there at the close was anything but pleasant to one of the principa actors, says the Philadelphia Inquirer. It oceurred on an Eleventh street car an. afternoon or two ago. At a corner not many squares from Market street a stylishly dressed young man clam bered aboard and took a seat not far from th Saunterer. His manner indi cated that he was pretty well satis' fled with himself and that he didn rate the rest of mankind as being in the same elevated class. Settling him self back comfortably be threw one knee over the other and started to ogl the above-mentioned unusually pretty young women. Just about this time the conductor came along on a fere-collecting trip Halting opposite the self-satisfied young man he extended hia hand "Fare, pleae," he said. The self-satisfied young man shoved down into his trousers pocket and hauled out a small bunch of bills. Peel ing off one he handed it to the con ductor ostentatiously. The conducCot examined it coolly. "I can't change this," he said "Haven't you anything smaller?" "Nope," replied the young man. In loud voice. "I'm out of everything but hundred-dollar bills to-day. Can let you take your choice of four or fire of them, though." With a grin in the direction of the unusually pretty young women pulled out the bunch of bills ugai: and displayed four more "hundreds The conductor looked the self-satisfied young mnn over meditatively. Then he ambled back to the rear end of the car with the hundred-dollar bill in hi hand. A square further up the street be came back. "Here hold your hat," he exclaimed to the self-satisfied young man at the same time drawing his hand from his coat pocket and extending it filled to the full with nickels, dimes and quar ters. "I can give you $18.05 now. The otner i i n get lor you when we reach the car barn at the end of the run." The self-satisfied young man turned as red in, the face as though he were on the verge of an apoplectic stroke. Rcncking out he grabbed the hundred dollar bill the conductor still held in his other hand and pushed it savagely down into his vest pocket. "I don't need your change," he ejac ulated savagely. "I've found five cents I didn't know I had." I hen he handed over five pennies, which the conductor rang up with a chuckle of satisfaction he made no ef fort to conceal. The "bling"of the fare register bell was echoed by a peal of laughter from the lips of hall a dozen unmmally pretty young women, the self-satisfied young man's grin took on a sickly hue and the car rolled mer rily on. Th. t U Inst if vou nass it without hav ing laughed at least once. Chicago Dauy New. If you want "good digestion to wait upon our appetite" you should always chew a isr ol Adams repsin lum r rum. Nothing Doing. Bernstein "Vot's der Tirwi. n rit man!" ilamsKl iwitn paDerj "Oh. nodding to speak of: two falee alarm undt selcn mall nrea. 1 own .topics. The Best Prescription for Chill and Fever Is a bottle of Gaova' Tasteliss flnii.i.Tosia. It s mDlvtronananuiniarin a tasteless form. Nocure-nopay. Prlce.DOc. There should be less worrying about what the "unseen ha in store, and more care of the health to be able to do the work it brings to everyone. Atchison Ulobe. Wnch tiarlcaire) of PUTNAM'S FAMtLIS Dtes colors more goods than any other dye and color tnem newer wo. 00m oj au druggist. W do a cood many needles thing just because we suspect somebody think we aan't. Puck. JiVei efahle PreDatatlonfof As- simnntini thcFoodandBegula- tintf m&Stamachs aialBovrcls of T5 . BMBtIMskSBaB aswaSBs PromotesUige3tion.Chrerfur nessarvlRest.Contalns neither (Mum.Morphtoe norMineraL IsotKarcotic. . JVW tfOUUrSifiVELfTTCHCfl Mx.Swut iiyrr-Tmr. Apcrfecl Remedy foKonstipa- UOni sour aiuuiai.ii,ua4ijRKM Worms .Convulsions .revensr IU7SS end LOSS OF SLEEP. fac Simile Signahir of NEW YOl fir Tor Infanta and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears Signature the or '9. exact copy or wkapkk. mm aV mm In Use For Oven Thirty Years 1 tmi esnrsua oohmny. mm env Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup Cures Hacking Coughs, Bore Lungs, Grippe, Pneumonia and Bronchitis la a few daya. Why then risk Consumption? Get Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup, Don1 1 be imposed upon. Re fuse the dealer's substitute. It is not as good as Dr. Bull's, Salvation OU care Rheumatism and all Pala. Pries, IS and 23 cents. ABSOLUTE SECURITY. Genuine Carter's Little Liver Pills. Must Bear Signature of See Pac-Slmlle Wrapper Mew. Catting Corn Made Easy. tT 1 m . 1 . vve wouiu urge tue larmer to use some kind of a sled in cutting his corn, if he Is not In a position to purchase a binder. We used a sled last season with the very best of suc cess, and found the home made sled and manufactured sled both prae tlcal. We used them again this veal both in shocking: our corn and cut- ting corn for the wagon In fUlincr the silo. We found last year that two good men on a sled could cut as much corn for the silo wagons as any four men we have heretofore employed. If the farmer docs not feel that he can afford to purchase a cutter, he can make one himself and use run-. nerg. On the whole our sled on run ners worked just as satisfactorily as the manufactured sled. It draws no harder than an ordinary one horse cultivator. Agricultural Epitomist. What churn is the best churn? Ne question is asked oftener. No churn surpasses the box or barrel churn, revolved or shaken. None churn more exhaustively, more quickly and more satisfactorily, and none is mora easily cleaned, havisjr no dasher. Dnlterfllea Sleep Head Down. The butterfly invariably goes to sleep head downward. It folds and contract its wings to the utmost The effect is to reduce its size and shape to a narrow ridge, hardly dis tinguishable in shape and color from the seed head's on thousands of other stems around. The butterfly also sleeps on the top of the stem. In the morning, when the sunbeams warm them, all thene ereypied sleepers on the erase tops open their wings, and the colorless bennets are starred with a .thousnnd living flowers ot purest azure. Chicago Chronicle. Tar small sua a easy to take a saga FOR HEADaCHL FOR DIZZINESS. FDR IIUQUSRESSt FOR TORPID LIVER. FOR CONSTIPATION. FOR SALLOW SKIN. FOR THECOMPLEXION Mill I Purely YefetW.tfsW?23 CARTERS aMlHI. I IWIlSSsl CURE SICK HEADACHE. ftftiSSs? f f Jl W UNION MAPC 1 1 WALTHAM WATCHES Over twenty-five years ago the 1 American Waltham Watch Company stated that "350,000 Waltham Watches are speaking for themselves in the pockets of the people." To-day EIGHT MILLION Waltham Watches are in use throughout the civilized world. " Tht Perfected Amertctn Watch n illustrated book of interesting information about 'matches, tuitt be sent free upon request. American Waltham Watch Company, Waltham, Mass. SMITH'S SURE KIDHEY CURE This remedy will keep the Kidneys in a healthy condition, purify the Blood ana rive proper action to the Liver. Stands preeminently superior for the cure Ot diseases peculiar to women. If you are troubled with kidney and bladder troubles, snca as Dropsy, Bright's Disease, Catarrh, Oravel of the Bladder, Albumen In Urine and unhealthy deposits or too frequent discharge of the urine, pain in the back an bladder, dropsical swelling of the feet and leg, etc., we claim that by using SMI I n SURE KIDNEY CURE a complete cure will be effected. READ THESE TESTIMONIALS From those whe have used Smith's Bare Kidney Cure l lhd female troubl. f or or.r a yr, snd was mm Sn.il to the lied for m month.. I w. trted bj ila T.ry prominent phr. Irian, without .nr marked ben., fit. Mr l.et doctor wa. a tklllrd epeclalin, an. ha told mi tbe onlr hone lay In an operation. 1 heard OS airrii'a biikk ki in kt cukr, and nut mini tt (or on. month 1 find myeelf cured, and .T.a th. doctor who lait treated m. now proaounoM ate well. Mas. 1. B. FaTU, Atlanta, Oa, I hT. used tbre. bottl.e of Tour BURE KID HE a Cl'JIE. and It nae mad. a permanent i-nre. Ma. Wsu ruaiaaa.Jone.boro, Ark. Tntloeed find poitofllc. monej tinier for Smith's SVRB KinSlST Miat. I bar. Ul.n an. ottl.,and It I. the onlr medicine that ha. don. m. .nr sood. TD.r. ar. ..T.rai aoiuicre nere in"'... the lame as 1, snd w. cannot obtain th. medicine here. lfai.i.v Hnttaffe I Stat. Saldl.ra' and Sailor.' Horn., Carton, O, JQHX H. for Bala by Draaslatal Price SO Cats. Prepared oaljr ay SMITH MEDICAL COMPANY. St. Louis, Mo. Jt you har been pay n Si to S (or shoes, a trial of W. I Dous las S3 or B3.SO shoes will convlnae you that they are Joat ae good In erery way and oost from at to 81.50 less. Over 1 ,0OO,O0Owarera. H USE V On pair sf W. I. Oouls If FAST COLOtf&fea. ' hMIll IS rvn r-r- V"111 poltlvly, outwear M EYELETS VSJrVtwe pairs sf er elnsrv tve are the lararest makers of men's S3 and 83-80 shoes In th world. W mast and sell more 83 and 83.80 shoe than any other two ronmifaetiirers In th D. 8. BEST $3.50 SHOE The) rrpntatl'ia of W. I. Douf la. .00 and S3.S0 .hoe. for atjrla, comfort, and w.arl. knewc everywhere threohout theworld. Ther hare to S1 " tlon than other maket becanee th. etandard he. alwayt placed ao high that the wearer, expect mar. for their moaer than Wry can gel .leewnere BEST $3.00 SHOE. Kind of tbe Kid. Jones Come, be honest; when you have to walk the baby don't you awear a little? Smith Possibly, but tnen the baby makes uch a noise with his crying that nobody can hear me. Boaton Transcript. Tllli KKASON moreW.L.DouileaSfaM SJM shoe, are.old than any other make li becanee 'I Hi ARK TUB BEST. Tonr dealer ahool keep Ih.m i w. ale. on. dealer duelr. aal. la men town. I'akt no auhatltutol In.1.1 on baring W. I Douglae.hoM with nam. and prlc. .tamped on bottom. If your dealer will not get them for yon, Mod direct to factory, .ndoelng price and He. Mtra, for .arrtage. State kind ofleather.tlie. and width, (' P Our ihoee will reach yon anywhere. CoMtome rea, W. I ltoaaUa Mho U. Jfrocktoa. Maws. rrnincH ester I "NEW RIVAL" FACTORY LOADED SHOTGUN SHELLS Na Mack powder shells oo the saarket compare with the NEW RIVAL" In mU tersalty and itrong shooting equalities. Sure lire and watcrpreol. Get tbe genuine. WINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS CO. Now Haien, Conn. r SCHUH'8 HOME-MADE PILLS aa.Z3.cl. QJTXXSTXmi will Cure Chills Without Chill Tonics. Set th LTTEB and STOMiCH In good condition. tPrlce.'iioaliJrtiggnteor Mndioctol hukUH..Mad.Pj!l.t Pjlrft Ml MM JO B8 K 1 asm e f VWIIUII vnwv wwf vumwi 111 I thoroat-hl Tt tlHIUNITION 5.(&MK)inriTS G CLOTHING SHOESiSWEATERS 1KODAKSSUrTLaIS eooosnotasj 5w No Ouro-No Tytxy CascaFerrine! California Medicine. The formula Is m .r.ry package. It Is sold mows oeltlr. guarantee to promptly and parmannntiy OURS Malaria. China and Fever ana an ue rangementaof the Stomaoh, Liver and Bowels. If your drnggl.tdon'tkMP It, and won't order It for yon, Wriuih. Sierra rhannac.uUcal Ce.,at. Uali.H. f"4 n O O V KEW DIBCOVEBTi gives J raa O I qnlcS relief and eoree wore cans. Book of tntlmonlali and to daye treatment fraw fir. H. H. OSEBN'S BOMS, Boa D, Atlanta, Ua. A. N. K.-F 1836 a. Best Cough Byrup. in time. TeTwIJIrHl WHCN fCBITINO TO ADVERTISE 88 plwe. ( tha you saw the Advertise), aaeat la sal staoar. onononcnoaoooaoDononouo Farm Journal.