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Cost 10 cents and equals 20 cents
worth of any other kind of bluing ,
Won't Freeze , Spill , Brealt
j ) Nor spot Clothes
DIREOTIONS FOR UBEs
around In the fJJoter.
At aU wise Grocer.
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Value of Pure Air.
Cultivate air hunger. Wo should
learn to be IlS hungry for fresh air ne
we are Jlllturlllly thirsty for pure wa
tel' The olll.fashionell Ideas concel'll'
lug stuffy living 01' hell rooms are
now , fortunately , out of date and
IJhoulll never ho ro\'I\'Ol1.
. Deafness Cannot Be Cured I
by local applications , All they cannot reach the dll'
eased l"'UJon or the 'ar. here III only one WilY to
rure dCl\ueu , AIIII that le by conrtltut mal rClnedlcI.
VUfllCiB is I caused by An inflamed oonllltioll or the
mucous 1I111111l or the Eustachian Tube when this
lube h Inflamed you have rllmbllull IUliud or 1m.
I ertecl hearing , and when it Is entirely closed , 1)eat
ers I. the result . and unless the 1III10lOmll11ol1 can he
aken out nod this tube restored to its normal condi
&loll , hearlolC will he destroyed furcver 11100 cares
-at - , of ten are caused hy Catarrh which II nothing
but AD Inflamed condition ut the mucous surfaces .
We \\111'\\11 0110 lIullllrcll Dollar for any case of
IlutnclR ( call t\d hy catarrh ) that CRIIIIOI 110 cured
ray JlIIII'I Catarrh eurc. t' t enl fir circulars , free.
1' . I. Ct11NEY & co. , TOledo , O.
Sold by 11ruggists I : . 95c.
Wake llall'l lLlully 1'11I1 for conatJlatJoo.
Vertlablc Treasure House.
The value or the vatican , the pOle'8
' residence ut Homo , and its treasures ,
' In money , would exceed $150,000,000.
Ak Your Druggist for Allen' Foot . Ease .
i , "I tried ALr..gN'S l"OOT-gASE recently -
ly , and have just bought \ another supply. It
tins cured my corns , and the hot ! , burning
and itching ( sensation III my feet which was
"bnollt unbearable , and I would not bo with.
put , it , 110w.-Ml'Y. . \Vanter , Camden ,
N. J. " Sold by all Druggists , 25c.
Il loolm as If the czar were due to
Jet ) his crown nicely Japannel1.
I'lso'H ! Cmo cannot bo loa highly spoken of asa
a cOlllth Cllrc.-J. " ' . Q'lI\U&N , 11,3 ! Third Avo.
N. , MltlllcIIIIOIlH , D1lnn. , Jun. 0 , 10U0.
A girl never thinks it worth while
to faint unless there is 11 man around
La catch hol'
. 'rlle MUII1NF. EYE m.ttJmy Co. , Chicago It
our eye I\re sore or inflamed , and get ocu\lll' \ .
\lvlce and free satnplo MUltl N h. It cure. all eye-ml
Our nets our angels are for good or
ii . our fatal shadows that walk by us
1\Irl. Wln.tow's Soothing R1'1JI'
For children tee } b1ulC , softens the gum. , reducel III-
amWllttoU , alla'a pain , cures wind \ coli" : C. bottlo.
A woman would rather people
thought she was tnllm'.mado than
Why It Is the Best
"becausc made by an entirely different -
cnt Pl'ocess. Defiance Starch Is un , )
like any other , better and enc thlrd
more for 10 cen tHe
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Desperate diseases are doctors' de'
LewL Single Dhuler" straight 50
cigar , made of extra quality tolmcco. You
pay 100 for cigars not 60 good. Lewl8'
FactorlOO1'ln. . Ill. '
Bargain hunters are generallY "old. ,
All Up.to.Date Housekeepers
use Defiance Cold Water Starch , because .
cause It is beth , and -1 oz. more ot It
for same mone ' .
The chief end of man , according to :
the chronic kicker : , Is his feet.
Important to Moth. . . . .
Eamlno carefully every bottle of CASTOntA ,
a ute and sure remedy for infants and children
and sea that It
In Use For Over 30 YCllrs.
The Kind You nave Always ought.
Beware or loose dogs and tight men
TilE ; ODD ; :
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My Fox Terrier.
A little demon In defense :
Bravo III n lion lie ,
I wish I loud the courage
ue this : atom on my knee
A IIllll universe ! oC love :
UmwJnHh as : time tea.
I wish : ! I did by others
AI : ! hc has done by mo.
A little lump oC loyalty
No power eoulll turn from m.
I wish I hud Il heart ) tll true :
Prom fear and favor tree.
A little fountain full ot faith ,
FUI'Id\'euesR. charity :
1 wish I hut his Imllcllco
Anti true nolllilly.
A little IIURh or lire and lire ,
\Vhllle'er the mmmona he.
I wish that I coulll face the worlll
With half his : ! ellcrgy.
.1 Illllo while fox terrier
In whose brown eyes : I see
The IIllll window : ! of Il soul
1'00 11\1 gc lo live III lI1e.
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Murderer Was Superstitious.
Superstition has led to the arrest
and confession of a murderer at Sye-
kolas ] , near Tomes\'ar , Austria-Hun.
gar ) ' . 'rho man , who was a peasant ,
was seen hy a policeman kneeling at
the grave of a forester who had been
murdered by an unknown hand. Next
night the policeman watched again
hut the peasant did not aJpea A
nightly vigil was kept , and on the
night of the next full moon the man
was seen again ] kneeling by the
grave. Knowing the superstitions of
the country , the officer arrested the
peasant and charged him with the
nllll'dcr. 'rho man instantly con-
fessed , and said that ho came to beg
the forester's spirit for forgiveness
every full moon , as , that was the
limo when the spirits Wllll nhroad.
lIe was tried and condemned to ten
'yellr ' hard labor , and the policeman
received $500 reward offered by : the
" ' ' for the
forestm"s employer discovery
or the mU1'l ror.
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The White Elephant of Slam.
Slam remains the only independent
Buddhist state In the world. While
in China and Japan the majority of
Ito ( people adhere to the same faith ,
their rulers conform to other pliIloso
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phlos , if I not religions. But tile Klllg
of Slam Is at one with his people In
this respect and Buddhism , therefore ,
. Because It Is believed that Buddha ,
in his Innumerable ] Incarnations , was
pleased to remain longer In a white
elephant than in any other creature ,
so It became the symbol of sacred ma-
, testy on the Siamese national flag ,
and upon their seals and colnago. For
the same reason , both In the flesh and
In images or bronze and stone so .
often met with , the white elephant 13
venerated ; us a saint. Not that there
ever has been seen such a beast as a
truly white elephant , but as ho Is occasionally -
r.nslonally found , spotted , or of u light
coffee color , ho represents to the
Siamese what the white bullock does
to the Hindu.
Sailor's Knot Held Firm.
A showman In one of the Belfast I
( Ireland ) markets found himself in' '
a rather curious contretemps the
other evening , and though highly
amusing to his audience the fix ho
got into was very embarrassing to
himself. Ho was offering to allow
anyone to tie him up and he would
undo himself , when along came a
blue.jaclcet and bound hIm as only a
sailor cnn , with the result that try as
ho might ho could not get free. Being .
Ing thirst , the sailor Informed his
captive that ho was "going for a
drink , " and would return In the course
of half an hour , to which promise he
faithfully adhered , but on his reappearance .
Jlearanco the showman was still In
bondage. At this stage the seaman
discovered ho was needed elsewhere ,
an left his victim , who , ultimately ,
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was cut loose by some good Sanar-
How a Gothamlte Goes Fishing.
A man of no little prominence In
New York goes fishh' with n pint
flask of the best whlsly he can buy.
'rhe neck of the flask is of a peculiar
kind. The opening Is no larger than
a knitting needle , and It Is not pose -
siblo ] to get more than one drop at a
time out of It. The average fisherman
drlns ] an ounce at a swallow , and the
bollle In usually empty before the
fish begin to bite. lint Jvllh our
friend the flask lasts till time to go
home. Every five minutes ho lets ana
drop fall on . his tongue. Singularly ]
enough ! he Is as drunk at the end of
the day as if ho had taken four fir
gel'S at 11 tlme.-New York Press.
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Smart Parisian Thieves
A man and a girl , the latter carn'-
lug a live chicken ] in a basket , ehi-
tered a jewolOl"s shop In the Rue Ie
Courbe , Paris , a short time ago , and
asced ] to ho shown some rings.
While viewing the articles the chicken ] -
en flew out of the basket ] , and flut-
terel1 about In the shop. The pro.
pl'lotor , fearing that the fowl might
break his glass showcases , tried to
catch it. Having secured the bird
he handed It back to the owners , who
made n small purchase and left. He
afterwards found ho had been robbed
of jewelry worth $500.
Origin of Two-Headed Eagle.
The two-headed eagle , which is the
emblem of Russia , has an ancient 01'1. ! :
gin In symbolism , if not in natural his.
lor . It is traceable ] to primitive
Babylonia , and is found on Hittite
monuments of CapPl1.docla : it was
adopted by 'rurmman ] princes , and
also brought to Europe by crusaders
In the fourteenth centu1' ' . Apparently
the German emperors got it from the
crusaders and passed It on to Russia
Coal Black Chipmunk.
The institute of arts at Manchester ,
N. H. . has just been presented with
a freak which Is believed to be without .
out counterpart in natural history.
The girt was made by Welby Merrill
and consists or a coal black chipmunk
which was shot in the woods near
Goffstown , N. H. Except for Its color
the animal is precisely like other chip
Canary Rejoiced at Freedom.
A canary , which escaped from its
cage In a Philadelphia residence , clew
Into the ladles' dining room or one
of the hotels through an open winl1ow.
Circling around the room it evaded
all attempts to capture It and , perched
on the ornamental tops at the largo
pillars , it sang all the ovonlng.
Aqueduct Logs Unearthed.
In digging a ditch recently on the
late Gerry house on Putney hill , Hop'
Idnton , N. H. , old aqueduct logs were
unearthed. These logs served many
years ago to supply a watering trough
by the roaf slde. They hall probably
been in the ground the larger part
of u century at loast.
Pig Made No Protest.
A small pig was stolen from the ,
show window of Alphonso Provost's
meat market at South Gardner , Mass. ,
and the animal did not squeal during
the operntlon. The thief entered the
store during business hours and walked -
ell away with his prize.
Gains Wealth In America.
An Irish-American who returned to
Dublin lately after an absence or 25
years settled for two months rent he
owed when he emigrated to America.
Ho also paid several tradesmen's bills
that he had left unpaid on that ocea
Bees Worth Owning.
One of the best harvests of honey
ever recorded In Derks county , Pa. ,
was made by the veteran bee keeper ,
John Dletrenbach of Crosldll Mills.
From four colonies of bees he oxtract.
cd a quarter of a ton or hone ' .
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1\lulhel'ry I.'atrldge , that veteran all-
round fisherman of Dowdolnbnm , has
commenced his usual shipment ot eels
to the New York marlccts. A great"
delicacy , eels command a high price
In the cities. "Fine.gralned as smells , I
they are far superior to maclceral , "
said n Dowl1olnhalll oplcturo concerning .
ing this famous dish. 1i'rlec1 brown , I
with plenty of salt pork ] , they are food
fit for the gods.-Lewiston (1\10) ) - 4 .
She was a very new widow and on
the way back from her husband's funeral -
neral she called with a few sympathetic .
thetic friends at a house of refresh'
ment. Gin was fixed upon as a bevc : " "
ago suitable to the occllsion. "Any cater . .
tel' with yours , Em ? " inquired one of :
the ladles of the bereaved IlS she held ' '
out the jug. "Water ! ' shrieked the
lonely one. "Water ! Lor' lumma ! 1
Ain't I got trouble enough ns it is' ! "
If you have anything in the world (
In dqrho IL-Carlyle.
Village Without Government. .
IR the village of Altenburg , on 11 ,
whose borders three countries meet
there arc no soldiers , no police , no
taxes , and its people are ruled hy no <
monarch. The Inhabitants spel\lt a
queer jargon of French and German
combined , and spend their time cultivating . '
lIvating the land 01' working the valuable .
able calamine mine , which is the boast
of the village.
Roused Her Enthusiasm.
A tiny girl riding in a car became
deeply interested in a baby held by 0.
woman seated beside her , frequently
calling to her mother to join In her
enthusiasm , culminating with : "And'
See its dear little hands , and its fingers ! - -
gel's , and its cute lIlUo nails ; and ,
oh , mother , isn't this too cunning ,
there's dirt In them ! "
Money that talks docs little else. . '
Money that whispers re-echoes where
least oxpectel1. Money that acts might I
save many a broken heart from a sal- a .
1\Irs. Jones-I suppose Sarah feels
pretty bad over the loss of her husband .
and ? MI's. Brown-Naturaly , for
she thought the world of him. But , . \
then , you lenow , she is awfully fond of ;
crapc.-Boston 'franscrlpt. " 1
Money makes many a. . man go- ,
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What the . Baby Needed.
I suffered from nervousness and -
headache until one day about a year
ago it suddenly occurred to me what t\
great coffee drinker I was and I
thought may be this might have somQ4
thing to do with my trouble , co I
shifted to tea for awhile but was
not otter , if anything worse.
"At that time I had a baby four .
months old that wo had to feed on Bottle
bottle , until an old lady friend told
mo to try Postum Food Coffee. Three
months ago I commenced using Pos- , _ t
turn , leaving oft the tea and coffee
and not only have mr headaches and
nervous ! troubles entirely disappeared
but since then I have been giving
plenty ] of nurse for my baby , and have
a large , healthy child now.
"I have no desire to drink anything
but Postum and know it has benefited _
mr children , and I hope all who have
children will try Postum and find out
for themselves what a really wonl1er-
fill food drink it " r
is. Name given by ;
Postum Co. , Battle Creek , Mich. .
Both tea and coffee contain quantities - .J
ties or a poisonous drug called Car-
felno that directly affects the heart ,
kidneys , stomach and norves. I'ostum
Is made from cereals only , scientifl
call ) ' blended to get the coffee flavor.
'J'en days trial of Postum in place of
tea or coffee will show a health secret
worth more than a gold mine. .chere's
Get the book , "The Road to Well-
ville , " In each ! > kg. I ,