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i ii 1 >1 AUK OK UOLI). The proposition to organize a exclusive club of 250 membei that will admit only multi mi ^ lionaires?the reception of Joh ^ D. Rockefeller, the Standard O monopolist, at Eldorado Spring by a committee of ready citizeni and t he-rush' of curious epectatoi at Atlantic City to see a bunc of bathers whose assets woi carefully figured up at 125 mi lion dollars, occurring in clo* sequence, makes it difficult ft the Kansas City Star "to realiz that the idolaters who were ri buked for bowing down to a image ol gold in the wildernei lived in an age so remote as I be regarded as almost mythic* by the present generation."?Th Commoner. ^ V Distress After Eallnq Cured. ^ ^^vdge W.T. Holland of Greent burg. La..who is well and favor bly known, says : "Two years ag I suffered greatly from indigee tion. After eating great distres would invariably result, lastn.i for an hour or so and mv night were roNtiess. I concluded to tr Kodol Dyspepsia Cure and i cured me entirely. Now my slee is refreshing and digestion per feet." Sold by Crawford Bros. WE A BIND HATS IN CIIUUCH Bishop Scarborough some tim ago issued a circular letter to th rectors throughout the diocesi in this State, directing the en forcement of the rule that womei should not. enter the cliurcl with uncovered head. II CLUOted I Corinthians, xi, 5 "Every woman that prayeth o prophesieth with her head uncov ered, dishonoreth her head, fo : that is even all one as if she wer * a i) in.- r?? a r i niiavcu. I HO il. Xj. 1j<)U(Z ? / t ~ Jp ley, of the Trinity Kpiscopa Church of AusburyPark, severel; rebuked the women of his con gregation on Sunday last for at tending the service without thei hats and said he warned then repeatedly that this was in viola tion of the rules of the Church It is not for outsiders to cavil a Buch rules, but there is no ques tion that many a devout mat wished that the womeu wen either directed to remove thei hats in church or else that the; were required to wear headgea that would neither shut out th< view of the chancel nor absorl pretty nearly all the interestinj paitH of the discourse.?Newark N. J , News. Stomach Trouble. "I have been troubled with mj atoruach for the past four years," sayi P. P. Bleach, of Clover Xook Farm Greenfield, Mass. "A few days ng< I was induced to buy a box of Cham berlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets I have taken part of tbein and feel i great deal belter." If you have an: trouble with your stomach try a bo: of these Tablets. You are certain ft be pleased with the result. I'rice 2 cents. For sale by J. F. Mackey Co., druggists. " jWHow to Fattei For fattening and giving life DOOr condition one 2.5-cont nar'trn is equal to 10 bushels of corn. '1 ti'on creates a healthy appetite, tl ' nothing: passes through the anima 1 Ashcraft's Condition Powders and every stockman who uses it g "I had an old horse in very ba and had a blood disease which wi gave the horse three doses of Asl 7 days and fed him liberally. Th from the first few doses and he g week, and he was made almost a mend Ashcraft's Condition Pow< Farmer, Monroe, N. C." 25c. P < RATS HATE TOBACCO. n "At. any rate, the tobacco man re can put in a good word for the 1- rats/' said an old cigar man, "but n I suppose he is the only man who would see anything about the rodent family that was good. "Besides, what he says is a l( negtaive sort of goodness. The .e rats simply dosen't bother the tobacco man. in...: i * tQ AsmiugH long experience in >r the tobacco buRiness, an experi:e ence covering twenty five years a- or more, I recall bur few instann ces were the rat became at all ,8 botherflome around cigar stores. "They cannot stand the odor 1 of tobacco and I have never known of rate eating tobacco in any form, or even of rati attempting to cut into tobacco. I suppose the tast'e of the weed is offensive to the rodent palate. 0 "At any rate they will have nothing to do with it. You might s fill the place up with rats, and I Z would open every box of cigars B and tobacco in the place so the t tribe would have easy access to p the stock, and I would lay a wager that we would come in 1 r. ? ? - - uere niter tney nad remained overnight and find that they had not touched a tiling in the place. "Rats are not chewers of tobac' co, not smokers, not users of the e\ p weed in any form. Even the smoke of the tobacco seems to j craze them. I remember a few |, years ago to have made an exe periment for the purpose of see: ing what effect smoke would r have on a rat, to determine the cause of the rat'B antipathy to r tobacco. 1 had caught a rat in a e trap at. my house | "I put him in a little cage and v began to blow stnoke on him. I have seen a great many panic! _ stricken animals, but nothing r compassed by my experience 11 equaled the alarm of that rat when I began to puff the smoke . through the slits of the cage. If 1 the cage had been on fire he " would not have beenmore fright1 ened than he was. "Maybe that is what he thought P I carried the experiment r further than I had intended, for 31 before 1 knew it the rat became 3 as limp as a rag,and was evident? ly very much nauseated, Experiment taught me that the ' rat's stomach rebels at either the smell or the taste of tobacco, and I suppose that's why we are not pestered by rats in cigar stores." , ?Butte Intermouutaiu. f CASTORIA 1 For Infants and Children. <, The Kind Ycu Have Always Bought i ! ? I Signature of C?^iA/V /-fUsy. //ty Jim, ri a Poor Horse and strength to a horse or mule in ' je of Ashcraft's Condition Powders 'he powders by correcting the digeslen all the food is assimilated and 1 undigested. ? is a strictly high grade preparation ;ets full value for his money. d condition generally. He was thin | as causing the hair to come off. I ticraft's Condition Powders a day for I e appetite of the animal improved ained 52 pounds in flesh during the new horse. I most heartily recom- | iers.?C. C. 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