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))1a nli'-rfl nil tlir ItmfiTJ ronjrinfilte. Nn.Tn.1taa Inr Plfl Ont. Ourntel taaawa bsMt Mrs. aaa weak A liiuiip thinks other rfitimns are inljibt smart. Too Much Knife ! The mo of the ftiirtreon'ri knife I be Comlnir ao enteral, remitting fatally in ntirii a larfro number of cases, a to ih canton Kcntrnl alarm. Mr. William Walpole.of WaUJilowii, fcoutlt Dakota, vrrlleti "About three year apo, there came tinder uiy left eye a little blotch about the le of ft small pen. it jrrr raiuny,ana nhootlnir pnliiA rati in every direction. I became alarmed and consulted a jrood doctor, who pronounced it can- Z ll.-i I. ?cer, anu aaiu mm u Tills I would not consent to, having little faith in the indiscriminate tiae of thckttlfo. Koad inp of the tunny cures made by 8. B. S , I determined to ulvo that tuedlelue a trial, and after I iiad taken it a few days, the cancer became Irritated and began to discharge This after awhile rented, leaving o. small scab, which linally dropped off, ana only a noaitiiy little scar remained to mark the place where the destroy or had held full away. A Real Blood Remedy. Cnncer In In the blood and it is folly tocxpectnn operation to euro it. 8.8.8. guaranteed purely vegetable) Is a real remedy lor every dnx-BHoof the blood. , Ilookn mailed free; address Hwlft 8pe-, riiir Co., Atlanta, Un. ON THE TOWER. tfc fim W m w .'II J J- v- fl SLICKER WILL KEEP YOU DRY. 1 .n't l c (inlf J ith b mj. klni jli or fut ' itiojI. It vu nta. '.it Out llt hcp you Jr irt llir li.lr J et iimm buy ih I ih Iliin4 SH. Urr. II not Inr me In sout own, writ. f..n jlilofin la A. J. TOWIiM. II .urn. Mitt. HALL'S Vegetable Sicilian HAIR REN EWER Boautifies and rc-slores Gray ! Hair to it original rolor and vitality; prevents ba'dnc.s ; cures itching and dandruff. A fine- hair dressing. lVlllimihH awoko exactly at the hour he had tot for himself. Tha naif, titicfr tatn light of a uray dawn stolt In through the flow ered curtains ot 1U chamber. lie up tfnrd the window and lookml out upon the Horman landscape which still slept; the trees wore mo tionless anil the fields etroteltod out their dull craen extent till lost in the fanny rtlBtaiwe. Toward the onst a rosy llaht was al ready appearing In the henvona. M. il'IIorblo bothounht himself ot his love, his morning roiiilozvntii. In flvo tnlnutM ho had dreeeed nnd dsacantltd to the garden, whore his groat litis slnn greyhound reeelrml him with ex travagant demonstration!! ot Joy. "He still. Titter." Hut despairing ot quieting hlms "Well, eomo then." The greyhound shot swift aa an ar row through tho gate. Ilia master smiled ns ho saw him taking tho road they knew so wall ami which led to the last cottage ot the hamlet whore were living Mr. and Mrs. Simons, rich Now Yorkers, nnd their daughtor, Miss Kdul. "I wonder It alio la up," said M. d'lierhle to himself. "Hut It was her own proposition. Will alio really come? Will hIio trust horsolt to ma go with me to soo the sun rlso from the top ot tho Towor d'AlnspretT" Tor three months ho had been flirt ing with Mlaa IMel. first In Paris, than In the country, whero ho had porsuad h1 the Slmotisoa to come to spend tho summer, In tho hnpo that ho would there have fewor rlvnls. Already jeal- i oiih, Indeed, ami deeporately In love with the young American, he wished 1 nrdetitly to murry her. Illrli, noble and possessing many oxrellent quell ties, lie felt sure ot pleasing her par ents Imt would she consent? There wax so much coquetry In her manner, and yet such reserve In those sudden , frozen silences that ho had begun to despnlr ot nmlerstanillng hor. At times, by her marry laughter, her rash nnd tender glnucoa, she gnve him the ; Illusion at a delicious familiarity, a moment nfter by nu abrupt movement she would put him hack In his place, sorely perplexed. Yesterday hIio had snhl to him, i pointing out with her umbrella tho , Tower d'Alaspret, which, from the lop , of n mass ot rocks, ccmmnndH a view of tho country for ton leagues nrounil: "Is it true, this old womnn'H logond I that it Is tho custom with tho young ! lovers ot this village to climb up oncu alone by thomsolvon to tho lop of the tower to sco tho sun rise?" i Ho had replied: "Voe. it la n lornl superstition. Tho llnuco never falls to ; do this. It Is supposed that It tho sun remains obscured or Invisible In tho clouds the union will bo an un ! hnppy one. Hut If It shlnoa out bright i and clear It Is tholr future hupplnsss that It HlumluatoB." Hhe had laughingly nnswored: "In that rase tho sun In refusing to shine must have caused many a marriage to I be Indefinitely postponed." And he; "That has happened, though I rarely, love prevnlln ulna llmoa nut i ot ten; Incredulous, they defy the aug I ury If It Is unfnvorablo and accept i It only when It is propitious." .till mA Wt1ti1 IlkOH la. ! 1 tK 1 unu i r founts Mruil i , I II TT IIK'M thsro mingled an improHloa ot noil tude. This. moreoTor, togolher with the tranganesa of the ftcne and the un arcnttomwl hour, niid them with a vague melancholy 1im wiihoiit lis eliarm and drew thir thimthts in tently toward the sun, which they were anon to rontrmplnta and whlcti as an nracle was abo:it to reveal to them their fate. The beeches and oaks gmdinlly gave way to the pines with their reddish comm. The tmrnle heath wa strewn with resinous needles. The path, winding among scattered bowlders, led lip the hill at the Imse of the tower, yet tuvlalbte. Suddenly almve n rlso of the ground It appeared rearlug I la gray rreat high in the heavens. There It stood in the midst ot the ruins, cov ored with tniw, sulned and scar rati with age, the Inst feudal remnant ut the Chateau d'Alaspret. Mlaa IMel. jomewhn out ot broath by the nxeretse of climbing, was re us riling the purpling light ot the oast em sky. dotted with pluk, (leery clouds. "Will we he In time?" aha naked. M. d'llerblti thoughtfully shook his head. "It Is very ulondy." ha sighed. "I tear the sun will In veiled." "All!" she murmured, whether In hope or regret ho know not. A hure started ami crossed the dowy path In front ot them. Tiger, eager for eport, gave it the rhnso. This di version amused Mlaa IMel. A few step now brought them to the bmo ot the tower. They stood n moment, Ilea llatlug in front ot the dnrk nrehway which led to the winding stalrwny. The young girl looked nt her escort with a halt mocking smile. "Do you really mean to ascend? It seems to me we might get as gooil a view from here." lie cast a look of reproach umn her which penetrated and softened her. "You are afraid, Mlaa lOdel?" These words struck her pride, and to prove to him that alio was afraid of nothing, neither ot him nor herself, nor ven of tlie problematic future which the rising of the sun was to prophesy for them, sbe resolutely took the lead through the dark stairway. U'llcrble respectfully followed, for some lime thoy could only feel their way, while oxchnuglug trivial speeches: then, all nt ourn, the groat light of tho bright dnwn duzxlod thorn; they had ranched the platform, and Mlaa Itdcl cpuld not restrain n cry ot admiration. An Immense clrclo ot hills, plains and groves surrounded thorn. Through a spaeo In tho valley they could seo the ocoan atrolrhlng out from this frnmo lllio a triangular mir ror of steel. Tho -wintry rosomblcd a patched enrpot of many colors; thorn yellow spotx hero nnd thorn showed the golden wheat, thoso gray squares woro tlllagoa; tho sllvorod point I THE SCHOOL QIRL. At the begin ning at vacation how tired she feels, how lan guid she appiMi ". how sallow sin' looks. Hut. after weeks of rest nnd romp In the "I en air. what a change takes piece. Buoyant, healthy, hnppr. IsiiKhlng face. New bliMni, in w nerves, new muscles, new brain. Nothing which man has dovlied Is quite so good to work all thate change" as Nature. Hut If, for auy reason, one deprlvtl nf the neeeaeary vncntlon. is tied to the houaa l-v work or itci.iliiv, what should she do then? I'e-ru-na Is Natures own remedy. Next to the healing powers of Nature is I'e-ru-na. l't-rti-tta mako new blood, new nerves, new muscles, new limine, i'e-ru-na Is the staff upon which tho woman can rely In all of hor vlruwltudes. Mrs. II. A. Tyner, Four Oaka, N. ('., says: "My daughter was very weak, was greatly emaciated, had no appetite, pain in her chest, cough. The doctors could not help her. Wo thought she would die. A few months' tile of I'e-ru-na cured her. We believe that It save) her lift." Ilvory mother should have a copy of Dr. Uartman's latest book, written ex pressly for women. Sent free to women only by The Pe-ru-na Drug Mnnufao turing Company. Columbus. Ohio. A THftlULINO ItlDtt. Tlir llua-llnntrr Will lln Mum furofnl Almiit III. hliiilcuii. "What wss the moat exciting experi ence 1 over had?" repented a California gentleman, as he Jerked hi chslr u ltttlo nearer the comfortable grate at the Oun club. "I think It occurred Inst summer, when 1 was bunting doves up In Honoma county. Now. hutting doves Is not particularly exciting or perilous, but this was one ot the hot test experiences 1 ever had," says the Man Francisco post. "I had bean trav eling all day with a Ug bag and was pretty well tired out when 1 struck the county road and started for home. It was n good four lnllofl' walk and 1 wna pretty well pleased to ace a big wngnn load of liny approaching. The rancher gnve me permission to ride, so I scram bled up on top, lay down ou the swoet, now mown hay and went swaying nnd swinging down tho rnnd. I was Just doting off when bong! went my shot gun. 1 had fdrcotteu to take tho car tridges nut ot It and something hnd prossod the trlggor. The horses gavo n Jump and the driver rolled off Into tho tilts h. Then I discovered that my gun had set lire to the liny, nnd I thought It wns nhout time for me to oscapo. rho borne wore tearing along r nirthal'a what I WMM " iM CAWCERS OURED ",r " ' , , . , 21, T THE E3CPIRT SrEMAUSIS Of tho millionaire lo his eminent legal ng kinb s kkw luwepT CO. i- ' ' : oil taoe "Vnu lake this mm . -lon , r .f1l .n...... . T-i-i Iiuii.i.i.. i adtsef. ion f inii .ii . , bowihtatiom in person or by mail trek' ftllt It Otlt IB legal eluip.-. Iuu i- lib- lim I .. Tt.' Miirsmt t i.ilrri.ir..! I I'limi t'u. Mil. IA r t ..( . t Iim4 r.t,.-l .1...' ih, rt, l. t.ni.l. Ii.-I rtl.l 1- il . rtr. .rt.l i , .(,..1 I o tt . but .wilt M . . lui n IH H&1 iwh.ii.i i.r Or III... . . Ilrtiiljf I r.l .III. i. r. r In t miMilli. ! am .r I l'j(ltltl''l Hl tiPII HI' I ' H ' nl h, ll.i- n t-i.i- W ll UM. II I'... I. ographeil and men pat- n i i tv ery dead wall from OehkmOi t. s.nga jwre." "This Is what the la w r read "All penwna asserting ihemd, - to be tho wires or children ot Thomas Ikiiuictlpper are hereby notified ilmt linleee they present their duly authen ticated claims to said tkmdcllpprr within sixty das. a blanket Injunctlim will be served with the Intent to for ever debar them and their heirs from any share In said Hondrllpper's es tate." The millionaire nibbed hi kneta smilingly. "That'll In ad off 'he Import r. I fai cy," he chuckled. "1 don't have to be fieared by a horrible example more than once, I can tell you." "Whose example la that?" Inquired the legal man. "Poor Harney llarnato's." eighed the man of wealth.Cleveland Plain Dealer. Mr. Wln.loir XoatlilitK tyrap liilleii Hliilr. I ultlr In. perl or nt II 1'u.u. Tr . . QAKGER LmUhlinmy lip l U'h rillMlUl hn4 II rm. il I.r IS rlklfr ti.l wn rMtnn.4 .iil mtil nnJy tk. -IM'tlMlin BT l-r Rlil lt.tV I'lltlftll ,..iur .i .Mttrl I mn in- iMmtDil A U'W. I 1 I'.. i.i SBNP '"' on IrMllMHil of an .m I i-v injQAsnuir WrMiiirll inrliiini WEOffKI! I'l" li lwii .i Iim "I" i1 "i rUHtlVll. kHlm Ultllll, I lin.liii.l !' Klrlilalr.btrinlil.il? Iiimn Wnku... rn tw lMt HlajUrr tn.ra.v- i.Mnill.it m.'-.ai i WnTTE rull "ir , mil. mlilanfc an.l llii -.iim. .til Ml lllMi'rtfl- laar. uralrd li, liml' iil.ll., DR. KING'S HEW REMEDY COTF.M.try.g C3 C2t MMlHMl, itltyf pWB. Hre4 WfK fnli i A fmil too. t llirl.nt iuik -.'i.t h nenrly nlwny oliatiim"' UsiiH-t Ireslmt trw by lr II II (irerii . Km. 'f Allsiits. tls The in'oii-' ii (rclatlai. In the wiirlit Him I Miri.' m.n llwuieut In snutlirr cotllilili of Oil .a"'i 'ilwi'i' l an Hutnl lot of ;ln. ii ..ii.'i ; hoping Tlw diwcr. of sn etlnesi'misl inatii'iilnn h Isdlesiea Inno.miiil ilwree bv ihr i.iimt'i-ra wna fire ll Ih'lr iHtlronsve mini v"r in m ur i il. i I ' ' i I'rr nil iili.f.-,. ; i.) ci ii i t m i nr. 1 1.. iciuimin. . imt. A puniulUllan of the rerun! l ok of lln' Nr Hnf Isiut daatenraiorjr nl klu.lr. Itomi'ii Mux . inamia n miineni mrniDrraiii) ni fuiTirintnr Iftie Stt.ens alnrv It. fo mil nu. with iinoi'iii ut Icsdinciiof irum l.hM i iiVi r.nuli I'hH emdenie when lUcn In ronnecllim Hli U' rsretul nrl done si ihr I'miMirviitort . in -un Vlai'lng proof nf thr rnUiiti vtif Hie ai hiHil .iinl taskeii It llttlo womler dial lis rruuilua la world-witla. MONEY FOR YOU 25 CIS nlmrnli atnnnlfta nnit.it lin il I si 1 1 ii fult.n.l ' UIWIII rai vjuvn "( 'Sinks tSfll ni('JI ; i the rond na hard as they ruulil tun. hut I clsmborcd for tho sldo of the lund nnd slid for the rond. Tho tall of my stout hunting emt caught on the top of a sharp standard mid there I hung to tho caroenlug wagon that threatened nt ev- shining ngnlnst this background. Tho river unrolled Itself llko u white rib bon edged with green. A gray vapor waa floating over tho whole scanery, n m If tliu inH ti t fntr lltulie n fminti net it, iiiv .utiim; i.i iiiMiut t iui,h) . si i i . t t sea. A glowing rod which deepenwi Y , " , 1 Z T every moment .uffused tho aky nnd " ot f ' ! ,r nU,K " ! T,h flr tho clouds looked like mnasM of llvo j, crni'Jllng nnd hiirulng fiercely, and coals, until tho horlxon seemml one I ,ro'- ' eo,"' te "" 8" Hllcnce addml to the '" mj cnai neiu inr i;:r: to in.;! hcrtiiii.g r.iu.- nf Rjtnci. liSil HI to ,uhii. i lfSTHiEiiiiOMruieuOo. 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I'l.l.a.li.uia, I 'a A mini will lloulMiut his town ij iu-ki r thun about nuythliig cIm-. i 1Mki' ( urn fnr Coniiniiilliii l our ui. inedlelne for coughs and euliU Mt t . Hells, 4HU Mh av"., Denvrr. f ul . ..v r, to. Hoini' enple liuvo nu Mi it It ii thrift ' to quit work, ami go vIhUIh... To Cure Cenitlpatton rorrrrr. TaUe CMnenrets Camty Osthsrtle. toe ortftc. If C. 0. 0. (rill to cure, arunrislt refsad uiwtj. It la n rnrit muu who tUtn not lo' Ills grip by the lime hn l Hfly varmbl I fa BJ jft Got your Pension IIIBIuDdoudle QUICK. Write CAPT. O'PAflHni.l., Pcnlnn Afnt, U25 New York Avcmn. WASIIINOTON. tl.C ROBERT K. im .M'JtiV,?.!: Ilin a Kr 'i ' tiniik.lu.t rvmljr, glvlug llli- i.i! nit. Lln A lii'iliry mnker, hu nt liml in. m i i,t: ii.i. utM ivnnlril. UOVAL I'UU. CO., 1 1 Hi ft Main !.. klchmoad, Vs. '. t Ira. nf mt tiv.llns Until er Allr.r iitr It .1 nr bitiia.1 liaaiur.i. M D. I Ott l.tllt,ll JI.HoulUloilon.Ui.u. MORPHINE and WHISKY HAD IS lluMKi't'lIt' Hank llltl UK- I IIOIIS IV, I. .1.11. HI.,., CMItibO, ILL. .My trouiora commenced getting hot, and then I found my coat wns on lire. The noxt moment the loose cartridges In my pockets tutnmsuced cxnlodluK SL EDWARD'S COLLEGE, asrm. If ramllHn talaii.nkr utntar ial ra-bia.l Mvt fn. A Ml.im il.aiiiHt'i.t b in uml-r II, af rtuu a.1(HiM.i will. ir, frldll.. Ithl. I'. I'. Kt.ttlW. V. H. t ITrililrnt. 0 DALLAS BUSINESS DIRECTORY. I PLOWS nira ti 1'l.ilW WHI I r. ru, I A I AlJN.I r. Iliac I'lo", oh rank in, i r. Italia. had riaan to lleht: how many sur ugfl Ir0' "i, anu men i smetien my And winters had succeeded each other orea hrollliiB. I had just made up my over the birth, dentil, loves, Joys and 11,1,1,1 that all was over when the tall lialns of human beings, nnd yet the ' ray coat burned off and I waa thrown vital tires of the world were ever re- ; Into a ditch full of water beside tho uewed and ever young! They thought , road. 1 did not atop to aee what be ot their own Uvea, their youth, the came of the hay ami the horses, nor ot fate which had brought them together j the rancher, but cut atralght across the and which they nu more called fato but Hold for home. That, gentlemen, waa destiny. A mutual presentiment of ' the most thrilling experience oi my their happiness tilled them nt the same life." moment with painful expectnney: thoy Dr. J, 13. SHEI.MIRE, kl'raii'-ir - -imiiiii nullum IH1 Him-I.I l M.a.a HANCHETT PT ST0BE linilUIIUI I MIAMM iaUwMii.il, LKACIIMAN'H C pY W0I1U3 ft net lif.ivfla Filionu l h.iul.tl rlnnl.f at Ha.l.biU. Kiirr.t.iluar Wurkuaraal.J. STARR Wine io lutuutKiiur.it J.i. k I'laeu ..il Ori.a da, . IN I ban il. St bHI, laa W. N. U UAl.t AH NO 3B I HUT WlWtt III DH m . H a ai- .ih oi ifauaa. it... a; Ul fl nil IV '"'luir Murampiialik, I I M 111 111" Nlaib'.umaumk'uwll I I II I s U V 1aii.ii. N.ikf ill..Strinliif b MaUttU"' K.ru.uaa nH.itMl ai Blrl,i mJ It A n- i i Vii"' -eiti in. Ill II l. mi 'I'll t '. r k Utl.jt 13 In lima. t I hi tirua-ania. HI TIlKIIt riUSJT KIS3. "What a fine sight It must b-the sun rising over such n country. How I would like to go "I on the tower." He looked straight Into her eyas. "I truly believe it will be pleasant to-morrow." "Do' you, really? lu that ease I'll go." "Andwill you 1st me go with your he stammered in a voice trembling with hope. gho looked at him out of her un fathomable eyes. "You are your own roaster." This was Ilia appoint Meat that be was now on Ills way to keep, M. d'Herble waa In doubt. "Mhe might have been playing with me," lie aatd to himself; "it by chance she has risen, bidden behind the blluda she will he laughing at the sorry fig ure 1 rut vailing hare. What a ridic ulous role for me. Oh, If aha wars not so pretty!" Hut a throb ot hope caused his heart to neat suuneniy; no aau just seui Tb;er lufnre the cottage gate, hla thin body trembling with joy as It he had met a friend, nnd Si mon at the anme time Mlsa ltdel ap peared. Irreproachably dressed In a mauve-colored gown, her nolilen balr undulating tinier a IHtla straw hat, her long gloves drawn over bar arms, her feet ineaaed itl yellow leather boots. -Uood morning, " sbe aatd. This In a tone so cold and mitttsr-or-faet that il. d'Herble round himself powerless to titter the thanka that he had pre pared. Silently they took the soli tary path thai led through the woods to the tower A ditnti odor eha!ed from 'he leaves and u f A allege iisep and , KualL would imve Imateued tho appearance of the king they uwnlted, for at that supreme moment, although they dared not admit It, they felt n stiperHtltluiM dread of those clouds which might stand In the way of tholr sun. "Ah!" escaped from both tho joting people. It wan a sigh of relief and happlnaatj. The glorious orb had just rent the clouda and they were aettttering In nil directions aa tf some mighty hnnd were sweeping the horizon, leaving the whole heavens calm and serene. IMel!" guped M. d'Herble. He saw her reenleiident under the blinding light. Her proud beauty uror ot me by a tender graee; tears shouo lu her oyes. "See!" she said, "tho aky la eloar!" Xot a cloud remained; the aun waa slowly aaostidlng and gradually the sen of fog which a moment before partially concealed the country vanished. A balmy braeaa wafted the odor of awakening blossoms, the birds began their songs resurrection, life, waa av- , iy where. i net. in mia aureoie ... giory miss i jfy afory miMT4 wom(m j, r.aei lutnea sou in. nrm. sou nana ene uy (or thr html girt m I ul .liu.! ..... tttaiM aMBiia.1 Ul I .1 ' - mm. nu. apw.-ia mt. t llerblc. t!HHllanni.nl Mini llitnl tViirk ftr JletlimU. It was ovident Hint the managing edi tor waa angry, and iim he was n stilit Ing light in new Journalism his angar was so yellow liml it looked Jauti tltcotl. "Who refnsetl this contribution?" ha demanded, holding muiio mantwrlpt aloft. "I did," ropllctl u Hiib-edltor, meekly, "Iteolly, I couldn't II nil n single meri torious Idea In the whole thing." "Meritorious!" roarod the managing edlltor. "Well, who In thunder oares? Don't you know that tho woman whn wrote It haa been three tlmoe divorced and Is now on the vergo of another seandnlf What more do you think wo wanlt" ChloHgo I'ost. jo American boy over runs nwny from lioni" after lis is elglitoen youra olds lie just goes away. It la as unusual to hear a kind word Tor H stepmother n It Is to hour u IeIsm word ror u tnarrtou man. Ia la no tuor lasting than youth. Kxchsngf. He dtew nearer and there un the lra, aartieelsrir lathe anting poatur, are Tower d'Alaaprot. In the face of the ar.n and the whole world, they ex changed their drat kiss, seal of their b trotbal. uiuauular aiertum In tha utwn air. HarJ ae daalanr onara arc (ar tou weary aftr uSti a bour. Ls HUM miavh wwdtul eiafelaa la the itpra tuniu anm nan ia i canalalv auU ssrveatily air Thy afuai aeeii s umlu a SMf eariauny ai attar' 4 atotnaua Hlttara, s rvao- vVtiulr. aa Tratelrr.. Mr. Wllllaiti 11. Dall ot the Smith sonlau InalUtttltm soys, In Keliwirr, that "during the early daya ot the whale fishery several well-attested in stances occurred ot wlmlea struck In one ocean, as the Atlanllr, being after v.uni I.. )Ud lu the North lacln, unii v in una " Thla would Indicate that tome whataa are great travelers, for to get fr im the Atlantic to tha North ta ctile they would have to go mauv thou sands mllee. iwsslng Mther around vast panisaiarur uiui4iotiMsai la. kisser, nvar aa ipted to raoruit Ut s 3W Uaaaiaulur 41. ff rh.utuatU sllateats, Vhm it girl fails to attract any - . L. . I . ... . oiaer muii.ane goes in iiirner iiiiuiaior. Hall's Catarrh Cur I n cotMtltatle4ial cure. I'rtoe, 7Se. A aun do' not tlcu of olreuaes until the very last thing fMarate Your Iowl VTIlfi Caiearata. (Xtadr Osibsrttf, our a oeattlpMtee terefsr. IDs. II a a V. (all, drmKiais rtfund rneaey. Wtms fttt tt a.n .. l(....m luiniii..u . v Z, . h ,l" Ui -n " think of the ot N.ntu Antfriu and .hi..igh Uericg . ULitlutA,u- To MOTHERS. WE AW. AMBRTINC Ul Till: COURTS Ot'll HIOHT TO THE 10Ctll.UWVR USE tiP TMK WOKH " CA8T0RIA," AND "PITOHER'S CA8T0RIA," of It 1KAUB MAKK. I, DR. SAMUEL PITCHER, of IZ-yannis, Masmohuseils, was tha originator of "PITCHiER'S CASTORIA," the same that haa lorn and dor now srfi sSa LaT- 0,t evfrV hoar tho facsimile slgiiutur nf Q&ifffl&4&M wrapper. ThitU the original " PITCHER'S CASTORIA," which has hem mod in tho homos of the mothers of America for over thirtu years. LOOK CAREFULLY ut tho xorappor and see that it is tho hind you, havo always bought S7)r JJJffi&Z 0,1 'J u nd ' has he si gna iiirc 'of (ZSffl&tcw wrap per. .Vti one has authority from mo to nso my name except The Uontuur Company of which Vhas. 11, Fletcher is President, March A', 1807: QfC- Do Not Be Deceived. Do not endanger the life of your child by accepting a cheap substitute which somo druggist may offer you (because ho makes a few more pcnnlcj un it), the ingredients of which vvvn ho docs not know. "The Kind You Have Always Bought" UEAna THE FAC-QIM'LE SIGNATURE OP Insist on Having The Kind That Never Failed You. ( Rim .ItlB lCTi C&b. fiaS-i laT liWii Hum IB I ,Hir 5 nMBL rBnn IT ifip in vi i ufr i iiriT if Illy li feOlllltfj 1897 COLMi ICICLES 1 STAHOnRD Or THE WOnLD Not abaoluta certainty, for that isn'i anywltare, lait as naar to it us injesltilc. 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