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11 2 4 ml v at .t.n Tfavjr. Oentle sleon ilfteesrttlctl upon the Man. and oi he ilept tlio Woman was made, When the Mnn awoke he mw her who was to be lilt eatnpanlnn. Stic soak "Adam," the mid, Mls my hair one straight?" -No, dear." he replied. "Ifa Just the least little bit curly." Thui i the antiquity of humor proven. t'mlrr tlrr Tin al. "Na, I never have a bit of troublo with my htulmnd," remarked the frnll little woman with the Intelligent fnec. "In fnct t have him right under my thumb." "You don't look very strong," doubt fully eommontetl the cngnged girl, C3i. tit., nit. m t.ttprv In mArrtf. 1, llj PIIVl, I, ,111, . )ck? We're only beon engaged three fconthe." "Yes, I know; but I nm nfrnld you will get tlrod at me." Nobody knows what ft day mny not bring forth. Northwest Toxns hp her harvest of Ice; southwest Texas has her htirvnt of rice both nlso. Avoid trouble by never causing n dif ficulty to nrlte. TO COIIIS A COI.U IN ONI? DAY, Take t.aair .llrome Q al nine Te.bl eta. All flrv?ri! rotund the roes If It fr.lt n euro toe. fi. V. Orern'k attmatMrflon well box. Mr. Quarter anil MIm Klrhnla wed ding wns n union of thirty rents. Yon Can let Allen'a Tonl-lfctir free, Write todny to Allen 8. Olmatod, as Hoy. N. Y.. for n free lample of Al Jen's Poot-Kflso, n powder to shake Into .your shoes. It rurei chilblains, sweat ing, damp, swollen, aching foet. It makes new or light shoes easy. An In stant euro for Corns and llunloni. All druggists and shoe stores sell It, Slo. Do not have n surplus of confidential frlonds bownr. No Cur No I'njr Is tho way I'lSUMiv'a Kvt Sai.vm it vM. Chronic and Oranultttexl this ourtd In 0 days: common hm ye In S days, or money bark fur the ask ing, bold by all druggist, or by mall, S6c. boa. J. I'. IIavthh, Pocatur, Teaas. Firecrackers and their uolee have left tie for a time. ITS I'tf NMntnlliLiMM. nu mm mM attrt Att ml ui. hint tirwt tr HWm tMw I'HMK '.OU lHal kwito ad t,t.la. I'lLluTl. KMHI.I.UI..SI1 A till hC,l'UU.al.ola,Pa. Bonk your feet, but never treat your watch thus. Sji mtn ui iip J Half -H -. M a Bottle Cured Me AS "About thirty yens ago 1 bought t bottle of Aycr's riair Vijjor to stop my hair from I filllnn out. One-hitf lint lie b o cured me. A few days ago my fair begin to fill out again. 1 went to the medicine shelf ind found the old bottle of Hiir Vigor just is good is when I bought it." J. C. Baxter, Braidwood, III , Sept. 37, 1899. Keeps Thirty Years Ayer's Hair Vigor is cer tainly the most economical prep aration of its kind on the market. A little of it goes 1 long way. And then, whit you don t need now you cm use some other time lust ;s well. It doesn't tike much of it to $ stop filling of the hiir, restore color to gray hair, cure dandruff, and keep the hair soft and glossy. There's 1 great deal of good and in immense amount of satisfac tion in every bottle of it, Write the Doctor If )eit do not ohum all ih limafltaiou deaha from ih um i.f the Vigor, writs Im iKX'tu-stwul It. Addreat, Dr. J. '. Atr.H, Ij.nell, SUm. VANDERBILT, HERMIT MEMDEn OP FAMOUS PAMlLY ON MOUNTAIN PEAK, !.let In a I.onjr Collage unit lt for III rrUniU Hplrtera anil Grtlnn Thlnst lla It a Happy M Can II In llli I.onaljr lioiua. Once a year old John Vanderbllt of lloxankopf, Cal., comes barefooted down the mountains to Iower Bancon, and huya a mess of eonrse cornmcal. This he packs up tho steep ttopo to his hut, to form his main fond supply for n twelvemonth. Cooked with water In hoe-cakes flavored with sas knfrns root, It forms strange enough fnro for n wenlthy member of tho rich est family In America. Old John Vanderbllt went to the lloxankopf. or Witch's Head moun tain, many years ago and bought n Tlx W" wmidiful ill- "rr uf lb UK mm! fkttW I" It' inwliiil wr d ltlMumllp. KStjl (Mltllr-I" kff.H'llunO. 11111 Jouini. Mjlpl. an's-rli ylM i. lUU IMI Ilk mnvw slid uwltlmlr ruri't la S tu 30 !) Mim1 ran (0 bm i cK' -iM Tu ilmad Im IIhkhiUi fnw i Abcvu wni)l 1 II. II. .HtNi: mih. HAI t h, TUX tH. Car&olete of Iodine Pocket Inbr .A futrMit turn f r nun 11 UJ i iiuid.IIi, All JfUl-u i u. . , NUiTU A: CO.. IluOitle, X. T. l'ropr'. 8rieniiflcilr made Ti)(rc(jru iui st-i JOHN VANDBItnil-T. tumhlcilown brlr-k dwelling of consid erable size, which, because of Its con dition, was sold to him with several ncrca of almost worthless mountain Innd for I ISO. It stands on tho top of the mountain, screened by dense follnge from observation though no observer ever imssna that way nave out of curiosity, and the nearest neigh bor, Mr. Wllllnm Ilnudatmch, lives n mile nway. Mr. John Vanderbllt bears well IiIh more tlmn CO years. Ho Is erect nnd vigorous, nearly six feet high, and bonrs a striking resemblance to tho old Commodore Vnndcrbllt, of whom ho Is n relntlve. He Is not n rccluso; ho goes often to tho post ofllcea of Iron Hill, Wnssorgrns and Lower Bam on, receiving mall at tho former oltlco anil sending It from tho latter. Ho buys supplies and pnys cash. He hns mortgages on houses In South Mothlehcm nnd receives rentals from property In New Urunswlck and Hound Hrook, N. J. Tho formor town Is tho source of tho powerful Vander bllt family, tho early homo of tho old commodore. In his way John Vnndcrbllt Is a kindly man. A great spider has spun Its wob across his doorway; he stoops on entering thnt Its homo may not bo destroyed. A few children nro his only friends, chief among theao being Klmor Kunsmnn, sou of a farmer liv ing on the only road thnt approaches tho plnee. Klmer keciw a careful look nut down tho rond, nnd when strang ers approach the boy scam tiers through the woods to warn Mr. Van derbllt. Hnlrlrnt I'oIhI Survlro. The annual report of the third as sistant irastmaster genornl contains strong testimony In favor of the hon esty and efficiency of the postal service, wilte William K. Curtis In tho Chi cago llpcord. During tho past tlscal year the postmasters of tho t'nltod HI at ofl and their assistants haudled II9B.0GS.5II. of Which SBC,0tU8l was receipts from the ne'e of slumps, boxes, money orders, etc., and tho Iwlnuc was disbursed for various oxpenses Of this enormous sum tho entire loss to the government by burglary, II n-. bad debts, tmbozxloment and all old er forms of caroliauoa nnd dishou only was only IID.3B8. I doubt If any prlvato llrm, Iwnk or corporation, or any Institution In the world that re ceive and disburses money, can show so good n record, and yet w kep talking about the luetlletenry and cor ruption of the public service and other evils of iiartlsan appointments. It mny be said, too, that the customs collet -Hons and the huslnew of the Internal revenue olllre will show similar evi dence of honesty and elllcleuey In our public service. Nlsri- HiMrrw In Hulu. An authority of the Island of Utiln. Mr. Sclnirk. the only white man over bom and raised there, says there are not above 1. 000 slave all told, In Hulu. The entire population of the Island Is popularly estimated jt M.IMM fmnum, though It is umliHilitedly mush smull er. Admitting this, only oue-llfteenth of the people would actually be In ser vitude. It Is dlttleult to dUertmlnate between the slaves and the poor free men. as they appear to mingle togeth er on terms of equality. AN INCUBATOR OSTniOH, Aeoonnl nf Ih llrtl Sufrifu! lUinll (if Thnl Hinrrlrutnl. Out at the ostrich farm there Is an other curiosity and this time It Is tho first Incubator hatched baby ostrlih In the United States, says tho Florida Tlmes-t'nlon nnd Cltlien. For several years attempts have been mnile at Om aha and Los Angeles to hateh the eggs of the ostrich, but so far all attempts have been unsuccessful. Tho Question of applying moliture has beon tho one problem that hss troubled all breed ers and the uncertainty of the bird's setting has made It necessary to use tho Incubator. It It should bo proved possible. Borne time ago Mr. Camp bell had hnlf a dozen eggs placed In an Incubator, and hns been experiment ing ever since. When tho egRS were 21 days In tho Incubator ho broko two of them and found perfectly formed chirks, with feathers on their baaka nnd rudimentary tall feathers sprout ing. The birds wore alive nnd nro now preserved In alcohol at tho showroom of tho farm. Kncourngcd by this ap parent succcM, he hns watehed the In cubator, which, In turn, has nursed the eggs, and Just 41 days from the time of the first experiment, one of the eggs showed signs of muscular life, and Mr. Campbell broke the shell. Immedi ately a claw was stuck though tho In m r skin of the shell, then another, nnd finally n whole foot appeared. Mr. Campbell waltod until the afternoon, when the bird was about half-way out of the shell, finally the head began tn force Ita way odt of the shell's Inner lining, and then the Incubator bnhy ostrich winked an eye, and he wnn put bark In the Inculiator to finish the primes of making his entry Into tin world alone. That part of tho hint which was visible was perfectly formed nnd was covered with feathers. Tho foot had 11 clnw about n qunrtor of nu Inch long. The young bird la a kicker 11 ml wns mnklug valiant struggles to get Into hiislnoes on Its own nccount. Mr. Campbell's success In raising this bird In tho Incubator Is In tho nature 1 if a valuable discovery. Many hun dred dollars' worth of eggs have been wasted In experiments and It Mr. Campbell shall succeed In hatching out tho eggs which are now In the Incu bator the discovery will be worth thou rands of dollars. It has taken 4z days' careful watching. The thermometer fans lieen kept at 110 degrees and the inolstnre has been applied at Intervals im Mr. Campbell thought best. Tho proprietors of the lo Angeles fnrm hnve long ago given up experimenting with Incubators, having had no suo (ess whntever. but Messrs. Ponrson A Taylor of the Jacksonville farm, on bearing nhout tho 21 day result men tluned above. Immediately cabled to n London, Knglaud. concern, for nn In collator of tho same stylo nnd pattern the concern Is manufacturing for tho larms In Capo Colony nnd lnrgo enough to hatch seventeen eggs at n tlmo. An exploding cannon llrerraiW nt Hoanoke Iientn county caused Hl'h ard Cleveland I" lsn n thumb THE HOSPITAL SHIP MAINE. Il Whlrli Aiuorli'Sii Women Will lo In Niilith Afflm Murtri. Tho hospital ship Maine, now being lilted nut in London for service In tho Brtuth Afrlcnu wnr, Is owned by tho Atlantic Tnvnsport Lino, of which 11 N. linker, of Urltlmoro. Is president. Mr. linker has given the ship to the Drltlsh government free of cost and he will personally pay tho expenses of oporntlng the vessel, which amount to $6,000 per mouth. A number of American women have atready sailed tor Kugland to Join the Maine nnd to work In ita service as nurses. The cpmiiany will be under the direction of Miss M. It. Iltbbard. Among Its members are Misses Virginia Lude- kens, Jiiunl) A. Manly. Sarah C. Me Venn, and Margaret J. Mcl'herson The Inst iinnud Is u native ot Mary- I - " I I I iitWmW 1 fmmm MISH M. K. HlllllAHU AND 'HI 10 MAINIt. land and was In the fulled States army service al Fort Hamilton from September, 1SSS, to February, 1HUB The surgeous who Rccomimnled these ladles were I) re. (leorge K. Dodge and Harry II. Hodman, of New York, ami Dr. Charles H. Weber, of Philadelphia. The HttlHg out of the ship Is under the direction ot Lady Randolph Churchill. Plea sure Is very stddow fouud where It Is sought. Our brightest biases of gladness are commonly kindled by up. expected sparks.- Johnson. Andrew f'urnegle has nude t'tiry enne. Wy . a present of llivoou for a l.nl.li, lilnitry t'lcr' ami iltrb MWaltl an. rnha?" "Nb. I wish to h same itovea." "(Jlovw? CenalHly! TM'tiily-fmir! Show this lady onr latent trrlfnla In glaves." Number II unenrers n brown kbsx. "Here thov are! OennlHe throe-button French kids. To-day thty nrc ad vert Isetl for $1.60. Warth more." "They arc not exactly wlmt I wish- Ml." "Oh. I seel Ywi prefer ft pique glove. Hxnmlne those?" "I did not tay n w.ird about pUpie gloves," "You are right! It's my mistake You sold suede. Here they are on thl ease. Threeelasp!" "Did you hear me say suede, young man?" "Well, er that Is. I couldn't say ex actly. You may have said suede or you may have said mocha. I think, now, you said mocha. Here thoy are In the latest effects. Pleece-llned. Uxtremely comfortable. Should I wrap these up?" 'No. sir. I don't wish any mocha" "Is It iHMMlble! Here I have been un der the Impression that you wished mocha gloves, and It turns out mat you wish something entirely different. It Just shows, miss, how we can get Incorrect Ideas. Hut at last we have a mutual understanding. You wish an astrakhan fleere-tlned kid? Jnst ex amine these gloves under that skylight." 'I don I wish them! 'Don't wish these? Is It poaatble? Mies, did you say anything about cash mere gloves?" "Not a word! "And you didn't wish to tee any mit tens?" "No, I didn't!" "Well. miss, would ton please be so klud as to designate the eiact style of glove ymt are looking for?" "I would hnve done so long aim it you had only alven me the chance to gel In a word edgeways. I wish In look nt a heavy, coarse tmlr or teamsters gloves. I am going to give them to our ashman is a Christina present. He Is the most accommodkilrig ashman In the city. You Just ought to meet him. Hut have you any gloves in tun! liner "No! do to a tanner's and have n imlr tanned to order." Then he turned on his heel and strode up to the other end of the counter. Parofty dees not pretest yi from Iwlng a gentleman. PIo' Cure for OHUMiuiptlen Is, thebet ef all ewigh cures. Ueotg W. Lets, Pabiioher, La . AngHtt M, 1st. lhit not prise fight matters In your "scrap" book. SMltniMt Lite snn .Mkelltl m ' IIpnI IMxte ,l..t..'Mlnn Will bold convention al Fort Worth, Jan. II to IS. ItW. for tkoid Ofcn liHS the Santa Fc Itoitto will ecll W fursloM tickets at nomlBal rates. No 1 ate higher than $8. Ticket on fcalo . Jan. It and 10. Limited Jnn. P . W. 8. KHItNANML V. A. ! I low many n solutions hnvo you brok en already Ob SEMATOR ROACH Says Pcmna, the Catarrh Cure,. Gives Strength and Appetite. IVIl MiiiulIlT TIlMII III' Irflllklll. The dwarf of the new house Is John L. Unmet t. tram Alabama. An Alabam Ian the other day related to a corre spondent this story whlrh will best Il lustrate how tne ...mlnutive member will appear to the speaker when he makes his maiden speech. Ilurnett. commonly known In nls 1. strict as "the Jack of flpadea." Is a shrewd lawyer who has had much practice before the Alabama supreme court. 'I ,ie greatest cmnnrrassnient of his life was suffered when he made his debut before that dignified tribunal. He was seated ue hind a high table, stocked with law Imoks and twncra. nnd when he arose In his turn to address the court their honors wero tumble to oven sco tho I top of his ..end above the pue. "The learned counsel." snhl the chlei justice, rapping vigorously with his gnvel. "will kindly do the court the usuiil courtesy 1 of rising when nddresslng It." It Is needless to add that Ilurnett felt mani foldly more diminutive than he looked. . A hluilli'il I'riipiKul. A young lady wns nctlng temporarily ns hostess, and her time was much oc cupied, One of her admirers, n nervous snd absent-minded lover, perceived that this would lie the rase, and. to facilitate matters, he determined to bring affairs to a point. Ho didn't get a chance. "Afterward." says the object of his IL-starred devotion. "I found this memorandum nn t lit floor, where Im bad dropped It In his agitation. It reads thus: " 'Mention rle In snlarv. Mi'.jHon Innesomeness Mention pleiixnre I'l her riH'U'ty. Mention pumperi,, fi.mi t'ni b Jim. Never InVi-d before Propose. " Hon. W. N. Roach. United States Senator from North Dakota, linn. V. N. Itimei. I i t I Htnteo Seiintnr from North Dakota, peonnlly endorMi IVriinn. the grent . iiturrli euro ami liinln. In a recent letter to Tho I'eruim Medicine Cmopniiy. at Ciliiiiilnis, Ulilu, written from Washington, I). O,, Senator Itnaoh Kiiyn: "Persuaded by a friend, I hnve used Peruna as a tonic, and I am it to testify that It has greatly helped me In strcnjith, vigor and appetite. I have been advised by friends that It Is remarkably efflca clous as a cure for the almost universal complaint of catarrh." Fenntoi Hnnch's home nddroMlii Lit r! more. North Dakota. Pcruiin U not a guess, nor un experiment: It Is an absolute, scientific cer tainty. Peruna cures catarrh wherever loeiitcd. I'cruna has no subntltutcN no rivals. Intiht ukui lirtvlnir Pvrunn. Let nn one perMinde you that some other rutuedy 111 do nearly as well. There is no other h Metimtlc remedy for imtnrrh but Perunn. AdilrcNH the Pcrunn Miillclnc lumpauy, Coluiubus, Ulilo, for a free lxMik nn catarrh, written bv Dr lliirtniHii. FOR 14 CENTS! Vt9 nUh to ftla UU rt.r xQ 1 rig. tnr iiiun itiri iw 1 Tit IUrI'l :mrtldCuruiubtn4 i INCHESTERj "New Rival Shotgun Shells. I osjfj with Hlack Powder. Super lot to all i-thrr hranJ lor RELIABILITY AND STRONG SHOOTING. V ih ln4r lfiu r fof jlr 1" Jc i'f 1 m 1 4 ell in,; !hf Iti Hlifftl V lU 1 1 I liar Utill.h. :ii ii'i. f.i.t. .Mriv iiinnrr ii, n. ItlllllUt l lciw.r Bfl. VI arts 1.00, far 1 1 ttalft. Ato,10 t'kn worth tt.on, will I lain toil ir , i4iiir wnn but i.ll'ili..l,tainnfl bat IMIU t MlTtlON DcllAK UtilO Du..u t-oii i vlihU nullre Mr, tiinM Vr linll-jour tt.it., toil know wiiru ! on. itf Nlrr'a ml, " will ntr Uo wiilicut. 1 aftiluliivaaM Mali.r'a lwllU.fftr I xixtl'Mi r.iniMniiinui onaiitm a Join i, MiriH Kill in.. Ilimini, wia. gg9sssssigieaf8iava9i AN APPEAL TO HUMANITY GENERALLY Wenetdrmirnltuu'lnsnnouncliiir to Ihe work! Ih OHIlATIiST KIIAUIDV that Sclencs hn etr rruiliiccd.uiul )ui nrduur a-Utitkii t.j et'uie relief lor ouricll snJ liknilt through SWANSO.N'.. "S DltOI'S." ADCMimV C I I C A sure' mm hi- Ami-ri.-an N'srr ha con. KEt.IVlC.Llg OUrKawlfiCi urriluul wllUuiwiu-rall ilmlt.ptH.M-ii II. mjwIII "4 Hllol'S uiilninnirlr ruimuiT nil illu'iwii il U Khcumitlim, Sciatica, Neurll, l.umbsgu, Catarrh ol all kln.lt. ASTII.MA, tl)p(l tUchiclif. Mcrlmcf. Ntrtoutncti, llrart iannn, loninacnr. iiaracnc. trrrpirs numunr.i, nroncniin, LUrranJ KUnry Troublr., dr., tic, er nnj iIImtim! for which utm ui rum. I It DkOI'S" It lha iim anil the do.. ' . Dltlll'S u -r-truly hurinlon. ltUwa not euutalii Klrlte or Hwln nur OpUtei In uny form. The I'lilld ran tine II sa well aa the AoulL Kesilrsrvrullr what Mr. I. It. Htnllb, of 1:1 (JoroJo Springs Mo-, Kill. ut uwtrr dale o( Nuv. T. levv, ,. , . . -n Marian llowirs, of Cttrsshar, NEURALGIA Uhla un.l, r date pf IHw. I6U. !!: Iduuut kauw h tu i.,k, h wmwlfrlul I think rmir"fl IlltUI'M" imAi. Imm I. I w...flf!Hl)fflRtAl.l.'f llh Sltl lt.ll.lll.V .uJ Ihuuullt lit, . tTRAUU MAIIKI Mfiiih imi I aunl4baa Iu4k. Onr Sal a Ia4 . a il i r ma an4 lrmrii ma n aj.inl.ni.fr,. "I ...,r"fl llllliT'H," I tmliat t try It aaU Mint lur a tan..l lmlr ll rln Uklns il Im ihrr wrek. anrl hi a twit had an atlai k at Minrinils. I l.k ihr ni.l aa. I l.f ll.-.a li htl ai4Mir Ufa. 1 1, la ni,m.-oi I. tiilalf " I Iball llw lakl plaa.uic Is r" vmut adhif )wur 0 IlllOI'h" fonu mm ui.MU lUl tll.V. 'J. J ' " . njra IBtfi A TIOM Tour "3 IMIUI'H" raw la tuMut tn iba tllhul Imi ii i.inaal KEltaUlVl A I O IVI w(U4 tareia.tr II lur I u aflarlB at the lima with uuiuld aoaiaa. Tl Ht,i (Iumi h-J nta "'H "t mr tla iturti aoil.a. Bwm la nauia f 0.4 lor II. It will no alliM (tr Il am a "I n.vra t. I Im4 laivra aala. a. I vrtr mr hutr. ba aHhi I ul4 0"i tlarp. Ui w..,.l ftm war In K., llt tail I ul4 M M! sy ' lu I" i " ItS-n t iSarlar ra.l l-la w4 lirtir dIKaraul klnil.ul wralrlaa fur ItlltU MATIHM an4 a.i a r.ilrf uaili lum ). r "ft llltlll'N klrbsaaialmmr-4latarllrrwaWaiala4. MAHTAN Horthlli., H.jM i aralktr oiiiu la Ir.. Qfl n A VQ tafarttu (!"! IHIol'g ' ai lrt a iriai wa wi i aru4 a tiwrl'1" "la, fra U U t I O ,414 hr mall lur UAo. A imsla Iwltla wlil cunvin. ;uM Mr, laria 1-ji ira ui 0o,) It. 00, ( UMtki for H. St.i4 bj a4 iskiis eiIIU la . t.niiarr. Ilim't Hull t VI rite iiuwl HWANHdN Ultl'.t MATIO CUIti: t'll., IUO to IUI lUe HI., I llll'Atltl, It.U I 1 K La Porie Texas Ol II I allualcd ui Ual'tatMi UUUOI liar. U detllnad to t the moit proiptrem city on tha Dull et Metlco. It U Iht natural awit lof lh pro diKtantlhaantlia Mlildla. Nortliainand WeaU tm atatM and Icr llou.tun, the I'trit railroad cantrr.4 Ttaa. Tin U. 8. Oovernmnt bat volrd JJ.000,000 lor harbor ImprovtmrnU. Capital It rlowlnir In and mm ol wtattb sod Influrncuara niaklnir Inttttnirnta. AnlnvcJt mrnt In s town lot In t.s I'orta will net you too prr cent In 5 yttra. Writs lor HKUI! MAI'S. tll'SCUIITIVII HOOK sod ART ILL15THATI0.N5 tu AMERICAN LAND COMPANY, iBli Madison St., CHICAQO. MILLIONS i. fa. rr-..f rliolt'f. iijrt- rD 7JU9 ' "'I '"" I.ANI1K BOW WIII.AI win. ii hrinira ttii lilrhmt prlre in m Uiark-l,..t ih- wrlil ihouuBila et esllle SIS laiKii. tl r..r inurkrt w thout belru (art grain, ami wnn. i. ii a nan a am iir r. ena ror ibioiih lion awl s..ire a urv liorue IB Western I au writ.' Hie HuiwrlnirrHMwl ot Itumliratla laws uraildia the uhderalirnad, wlto will wall too auuM iMinpniru. . rra er teat, imp K. nam il ll...,.i..n Tr,u. Pl. lUPPIfOl I Seizor's Six Weiks tb4 Ila4 TriaiaplH Iaa4 la. w..rl4l.'faarilaaM l an jour 4,titr to i .ir utiia a ttt ifoka. tA til Itti-rrafour f ia!4 ifkj ar. 'nl. luAUobla. ' .hitMi .. T,ki laat llaa. aa4 .laa ma Ijr 1'ii.aa la Mil. .r .ar I.H. Ills laMCttS tt. MIM. ta4 Ikl- B.l' a )0 l. nuts (tu io. . u tatMk. ma. p. k it. lr. I iankar la a ff hrir. w in SHUllSa' LIQUID IXIRACI OF tUOXE. M4a Ir nt hlrkrr ml l nrixr, . i.ta.r, aarkar, aa4.gr r lh..i li.arl ( Hr . J . i.,kUAl-UX UUO.,MltUa,l'a. Pw. la l o II a Haii'.naiaanSli a.'aaafHllalwSaeU, ' !.... ..ir r itiiMi.ivh Ad.lma .. A HaluiM.I'IM f t 1 1 1 tt I'"!'1 l'auileasti nDODCV"1 OiacOVERTi sires s ao a q llal'lt Niw l'auiUMMmaeurt I. WrlWt IPLEaud outteo,Ti (row I'syiliB' rroia bwaiiat lliey rt I fruli ut.il alt Ilia baal. (ur! r-slarvtrrwhirt l;af.Mi autat(ttitr Km. u Krrry a Satda si. J ) rutper IIMJ K,rd Mm .a. fraa. Writs fur II D H fim k CO. Detroit. Mich, qiisKraitafaadrnrawer, i i- a i.iim.iaia ana is vati- iraauc raik. UK. U. It, iktkl'S Mia, Sat S, ilU.U, Va. OPIUM ami HIIIMICKV lUbllt enred noma Miiiioni MIO. iioukt iiarllrulara frrw. I MiM.i.i.a.r. M. V . AlUWa.Oa. W N U PAULAS. NO. 3 lOOfl VUto AnskcMBu AdtetiisemcBt tdddli Uroliiu This I'aoce If your mtvehant doesn't handle, send us $1 and get prepaid to any part U, 8. or Uanada. "La Creole" HAIR RESTORE! Is a perfect hair dressing and .. . Restorer. VAN VLEET-MAN8FIELD DRUG CO., MEMPHW.