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Oegagrs In n Combine.
Tbo bosRRrB of Spain havo fonnod
a combine and aro going to try t
Iteop all of tho 2 centlmo pleceB out
of circulation by holding them when
ever thoy Bccuro any. Tho object of
this beggars' trust Is to mnko pcoplo
gtvo n larger coin.
Iowa Parma 4 Par Acta Con,
balanca U crop till paid. UDLIIAIit,. Bloat CUr.Ia,
She Tho tempcraturo Is falling.
Ho Oh, well, don't lot that worry
you. Perhaps somo ono will catch It
She If It falls far enough, all
fresh, green things will catch it.
You'd bettor look out.
KBD CROSS UAI.E. I1I.TJB
Bhouldbeinovory home. Auk your grocer
for It. Largo 3 or. pockngo only 5 cent.
Two Remarkable Families.
In Webster county, "W. Vn., llvo tw3
retnarknblo famllloa. Curronco Greg
ory has thirteen sons, all over bIx
foot tall and all weighing moro than
o0 pounus. Thoy all voto the dem
ocratic ticket Each boy owns a
farm. Mr. Gregory Ib Btlll young at
72. His wlfo dooB all tho housework
at 05 yoars. Tho other family Ib that
of Donjamln Hamrlck, a near neigh
bor of tho Gregorys. Ho Ib six foot
flvo inches tall, and has nlno sons, nil
ovor six feot tall. Thoy weigh from
15S to 220 pounds. All in his family
voto the republican ticket
W offtr On Hundred DolUn Reward for asjr cm
of Catarrh that oannot l cured by ItaU'i Cattarb
Cure. , J. CHKNKT & CO.. Propi., Toledo. O,
We, the uodrltnd, hare known F. J. Chener for
the lut IS yean, and belters blm perfectly honorable
In all boilneai traniacttom and financially abla to
carry out any obligation! medo by their Arm. .
War A Tnuar, Wholeialo Jirwaliu, Toledo, O.
Waldixo, Kixxah A Mabtik, Wnoleaale Droit
gate, Toledo, o. .. . ,
IlEfl'i Catarrh Care It taken Internally, actlnrf
directly upon tbe blood and mucoua anrfacea of tho
yccem. TtiUmonlala tent free, l'rlco 75o per
bottle. Bold by all I)ru(tgll.
llain Family Mill arS tbe beat.
Think Goats Bring Good Luck.
English medical papers aro com
menting on the remarkable survival
of superstition at Cambridgo, whoro
a dairyman possessed of a goat is
Bending tho animal, by requost, into
and around tho houses of Ills neigh
bors in an area affected by tho small
pox. Tho rustlco Buporstltlon that
goats bring good luck Is widespread
and tho London .Lancot quotes many
When Your Grocer Says
he does not havo Deflnnce Starch, yon my
bo sure bo Is afn Id to boep it until hu
stock of 12 ot. packages are told. Defiance
Btarch is not only better than any other
Cold Water Starch, but contains 10 or. to
tbe package and lolls for same money u 12
"Tim" Healy'o Tall Hat
Tho nppearanco of "Tim" Healy in
tho house of commons wearing a new
silk hat brought out tho fnct that for
ten years since tho fight on tho homo
rulo bill, when his high hat was
smashed, Mr. Healy had worn a htg
hnt sent him by tho corporation of
Alexandria. Ho prized the hat high
ly, and woro it to its utmost limits.
Last week ho was forced to buy a now
tile, and tho presont from tho corpor
ation ot Alexandria Is carefully pro
Berved on a shelf a3 a relic of ntrcc
uous days for homo rule.
The Family Jewel.
"Mr. Br Brown," said tho young
man, stammorlngly, "I I want to ask
your consent to my marrying your
daughter. I know it's asking a great
deal; Bho'a tho prldo and comfort ot
your heart, tho jewel of the family,
"Young man," Interrupted tho pros
pective fntlior-ln-lnw, "flvo nights in
tho week, on an average, I'm kept
awako till midnight with banging on
tho piano, cackling, giggling, rat
tling of tho furnituro and slamming of
doors. I'm gottln' darnatlon tired of
u and nnythlng that promises rellof
is welcome. Take her, my boy, and
hurry up Uio happy day."
Texaa Finds a Remedy.
Fato, Tex., Sept 2lst Texas has
seldom, if over, had such a profound
sensation, as that caused by tho Intro
duction recently of a now remody for
Kidney diseases. This remody has
already been trlod' In thousands of
cases, and in almost every case tho
results havo been wonderful..
Henry Vaughan, of Rural Route,
No. 3, Fato, says of it:
"I suffcrod with Kldnoy Troublo for
over 18 months. I was very bad and
could got nothing to help mo till I
heard of tho new remody, Dodd's Kld
noy Pills. I began to ubo thoso pills,
and very Boon found mysolf Improv
ing. I kept on and now I can say I am
absolutely curod and free from any
symptom of my old trouble.
"I am very gtad I hoard of this
wonderful remedy and I would
strongly advlso anyone suffering with
Kidney troublo to try it, for I know it
Preserve, by all means in your
power, "a sound mind in a sound
Avoid politicians who havo a new
specific for all public Ills.
Lovo Is the lever that lifts and
honor Is the foundation that holds tin
structure of the home.
Sirs. M lnalowe Rooming nyrun.
For children teething, eaftcna the Eum, reduce! In
Datamation, allay pain, curet wind colic o a bottle.
The world soon forgots a man whe
wins his laurels and then quits.
It doesn't cost nny more to bo cheer
ful than sad and It does a heap moro
A Guaranteed Cure for Piles.
Itching, blind, bleeding or protruding Piles
positively cured or money refunded.
ALLEN'w DISCOVERY for PILES, anew
discovery that absolutely euros all kinds ot
Piles. Prepared for Piles only. All Drug
Stores, 50c. Sent by mail on receipt cf
price. Address Lock Uox 852, Le Roy, N. Y.
Prudence Is merely well-trained com
When some men ,get their freedom
in this glorious land of the free they
ore in ex-convict class.
THE ALLIANCE HERALD
T. J. O'Keefe, Publisher.
! BRIEF TELEGRAMS. j
The total lncomo ot all American
farmers last year was about $D,G00,
000,000. Gcronlmo, tho famous Apacho chlof,
has joined Uio Methodist church at
The farms of tho United Stntea
cover 841,000,000 acres and employ
nenrly 10,000,000 pcoplo.
Adollna Pattl has bequeathed her
wonderful larynx to tho Museum of
tho Royal Collcgo of Surgeons.
Tho Marquis of Londonderry has
tendered his resignation of the offlco
of lloutenant of tho city and county
Tho number of crimes increases nec
essarily as civilization advances be
cause new lawB aro made constituting
Manitoba Is tho greatest wheat
raising country In tho world. It yields
twenty-flvo bushels to tho aero. North
Dakota yields only thirteen.
Tho grand jury at Cynthlana, Ky.,
has returned an indictment against
Juror King for alleged falso swearing
In connection with tho Jott-Whito
Tho valuo of tho diamonds in tho
United States Is cstimatod to bo $500,
000,000. Of this amount $170,000,000
worth aro owned by residents of Now"
Prof. C. G. Hopkins of Uio Illinois
Agricultural collego declares that tho
fertility of tho soil is the most im
portant question in tho business of
American marines may bo landed In
Constantinople as n result of a warn
ing by tho Bultan that tho Macedonians
contemplato tho destruction of tho em
bassies. KanBns manufactures binding twlno
at her stato penitentiary as a chock
on tho binding twlno trust, which haB
often advanced tho prlco of twlno B0
per cent at harvest time.
Tho estato left by W. E. Henley, ono
pf tho most successful of modern writ
ers of story books for boys, amounts
to but ?5,000, althhough his books
havo had an enormous circulation.
Secretary of -Agriculture Wilson
tells William E. CurtlB of tho need of
tho teaching of practical husbandry"
in tho common Bchools and of tho
bonoflt that would result to tho nation
Count Tolstoi spent hla 75th birth
clay in strict privacy among his chil
dren at Tula. Ho wub In tho best of
Jicalth. Tho papors printed glowing
eulogies ot tho count on tho occasion
of his birthday.
Tho republican campaign will bo
opened In Ohio at Chllllcotho on Sep
tember 19. Governor Nash will pro
sldo and addresses will bo made by
Senators Forakcr and Hanna, Myron
T. Herrlck and Warren G. Harding, i
Tho Pnrls foreign office says the
fact that tho third arbitrator in tho
Vonozuolan claims at Tho Haguo waa
not appointed, necessitating tho post
ponement of tho opening of tho case,
will causo considerable dolay, but it
Ib anticipated that Uio court will open
Goorge W. Crawford, tho negro who
was graduated from Yalo last Juno and
won tho Townsend oration prlzo, has
boon appointed a clerk In tho probate
court at Now Haven, Conn.
A special mooting of tho Southeast
ern Railways Land and Industrial
Agents' assodaUon was held In Buf
falo, It is understood that tho chief
Importance attaching to tbo meeting
Is in connection wltht tho Immigration
movement, having for Its object work
In tho east, middle woBt, aud In tho
Tho United StateB bureau of for
estry has established a station for
timber testing at Purdue university.
This station Is to bo tho nucleus of a
thorough tostlng outfit for the Missis
sippi valley hard wood region, and la
In chnrgo of W. R. Hart, who has been
making special Investigations for Uio
department at Washington.
A dispatch from Albuquerquo, N. M.,
says: Miss Annio Peck of Now York,
who has achieved fanio as a mountain
climber, accompanied by Dr. W. G.
Tight, president of the University of
Now Moxico, and two Swiss guides,
has successfully at -ended Mount So
rata, In Bolivia, Uio highest peak In
the Andes. This is tho first timo tho
summit has been scaled.
Escape of a Greek bootblack from
his master ut Kalamazoo discloses a
system of white slavory In several
Michigan cities, boys bolng bought
from their parents In Greece and
brought to this country to work as
bootblacks for small pay.
Armour & Co. are said to havo secur
ed a monopoly of tho fruit carrying
trade from tus Michigan belt and tc
havo trebled and quadrupled charges
for Icing. Growers mako bitter com
plaint and threaten to appeal to tho
Copyright, 1877, by P. F. Collier.
CHAPTER XIV Continued.
Tho cry thrilled through tho hearts
of tho mon, and seemed also to thrill
through tho heart of tho brig
which reeled slightly to somo
passing fresher motion of air
nB though in her clumsy way Bho re
joiced. Many of tho sailors sprang
Into tho shrouds nnd rushed aloft. It
was Bomo tlmo sinco n snll had broken
tho Bea lino, and tho rascals' vision
What was she going to turn out to
be? Each ship was traveling, nnd
heading toward each other, and there
fore, Bhortly after tho two captains
hnd taken tho altitude of tho sun,
thero lay full and fair In tho Bight of
tho pirates, upon tho bluo sea right
over tho bows, no man-of-war, Indeed,
but a tall, full-bosomed Bhlp, with
painted ports, tho hull sitting deep, a
fine English West Indlaman of about
six hundred tons.
"That's what she Is," cried Pope,
and now ho bognn to sing out orders.
Popo talked svlftly, communicating
his intentions and plans. Moanwhllo,
tho mass of the pirates lay concealed
along tho scuppers, under the bul
warks, and about tho carronades.
Scarce more than half a dozen figures
woro visible on tho brig's deck.
And meanwhile tho fine ship camo
slowly on, lightly rolling her great
heights with majesty.
"Sho Bhows no guns," were Pope's
last words to Crystal boforo ho began
to yell orders to his crow.
"She'll bo an easy capture," was
"Stations!" roared Pope. "Port
your helm. Down with that red en
sign." With his own long arms ho rushed
Uio black flag aloft, and broke It, and
it streamed out inky ob a funeral pall,
an unequivocal assurance to tho ship
an a!l too familiar syllable of doom
in thoso days.
The two starboard broadside carron-
Pope had cut
ades woro discharged. Tho crash of i
the round and grapo as they tore Into
tho solid plank could bo plainly heard.
It was Pope's way of hailing.
"Sail us right nboard of her!" he
thundered to the helm.
Tho pirates on the main-deck loaded
tho carronades with tho frenzy of sav
ages. On board the ship every female
vanished; tho commnnder, a short,
square, powerfully built man, stood at
tho brass rail, which protected the
break of the poop, shouting to his men J
to rally and repel.
"Surrender your ship, nnd we'll glvo
you good quarter," yelled Pope, wav
ing his sword.
"You'll got no ship from me. . We'll
fight you, you dogs!" roared back tho
Smash went a second ruining
drench from the pirate. All botwecn
tho Bhlps was filled with smoke.
"Down helm, every spoke," was
Pope's next roar. Thon "Port watch
follow mo! Crystal, hor forechalns
nro your chance."
Tho brig's people, however, wero
not to meot with that easy success
which Crystal had confidently predict
ed. Tho aforemast crew of tho West
Indlaman consisted of thirty-two
hands: In addition wero a command
er, three officers, nnd flvo rnalo pas
sengers. Tho cnptaln, who resom
bled Crystal, had spunklly rallied his
It was a barbarous scene for noise;
tho pirates yelled as they leaped and
climbed, and the West Indlaman's
people yelled In roturn as they fired
their plstolB polntblank or swept tho
air with cutlasses, with the frantic
rasslons of mon fighting for their
lives. Tho plratos' furious entry was
bloody and fearful to thorn. Five
scoundrels In tho first ousot fell back
woundod or dead, cut down or shot,
two betweon the grinding sldos of tho
vessels, tho othors on tho brig's dock,
Whoro thoy lay. But nolthor woro tho
pirates Idlo. Popo had marked his
man. His first leap when he gained
the deck a truly noble, heroic figure
was for Uio commander of tho ship.
His opponent leveled a pistol at him
full and fired: the pan flashed. Ho
hurled tbo useless weapon at tho head
of Popo, who, dodging the missile,
leaned upon the man. and beforo bo
j could draw another pistol, Popo bad
Copyright. 1877, by Dodd, Mead & Co.
cut him down. Tho unfortunate com
mander of tho West Indlaman foil,
cleft deep in the neck: his head was
halt off, and ho dropped, a dreadful
In a breath Popo had attacked tho
mato of tho ship; tho man fired,
missed, and was lnstnntly run through,
nnd nil tho tlmo this was doing Popo
was roaring out encouragement to his
men and bawling to tho ship's seamen
to fling down tuolr arms and thoy
should bo well used.
All this while a terrible fight was
bolng fought under tho main-deck and
about tho forchntch. Several bodies
dead or wounded lay about the planks.
If Popo was animated with tho
strength ot ten, Crystal certainly
fought with tho spirit and fury of flvo.
Ho was engaged In murderous conflict
with a gigantic seaman belonging to
tho Indlaman when Popo and Grin
dal bounding from the poop came
rushing forward; at sight of whom,
Boeing that their captain nnd officers
woro killed, two of tho ship's men
shouted: "Quarter! Wo surrender,"
and throw down their arms. Instantly
tho rest followed their cxamplo, but
tho rnglng pirates were for cutting
down every man that stood before
them, when Pope rushed among them
shouting with twenty curses: .
"Back, you dogs! They've surren
dered. Tho Bhlp'B ours. Back, you
bloodhounds! We don't want these
men's lives, but their services. In
with yo," ho roared to the prisoners.
And Crystal and Grlndal helped him
to drlvo tho helpless survivors Into
tho top-gallant forecastle, where they
Accompanied by the square man,
whose face splashed with blood looked
terrlblo with It, and followed by two
or three of his seamen, Pope, sword In
hand, walked swiftly toward tho cud-
dy. Ho was unharmed. His face was
clean and red and hot. Upon his
whlto clothes wero some stains of
blood. Ho passed through tho cabin
door and stopped.
Standing, not ono of them sitting, in
postures moro or less oxpresslve of
oxqulsito distress and terror, wero a
number of ladies and gentlemen. I
do not propose to describe tho ladles,
because, coming as shadows, they will
Bhortly so depart; thoy are but breath
ings upon tho mirror of this pago I am
holding up. But ono there was, and
her portrait must bo painted as sho
stood bosldo tho shaft of mlzzenmast,
supporting her shoulder by It
Sho was a fine, gracefully built
young woman, with a faco lovely and
wonderful In color; eyes and lips; In
tho masses of her magnificent black
hair; In the swan-llko sotting of her
throat, so that each movement of head
had an lnlmltablo graco of floating.
Hor flashing vision was upon Popo,
who eyed her intently as he ap
proached. "Gentlemen and ladles," said ho,
coming to a stand half-way down tho
table, "this bloodshed is not of our
seeking. That I have told you. Wo
are gentlemen of tho liquid road and
aro at sea to mako our fortunes, and
toward that fortune you must contrib
ute. You will all of you, with ono ex
ception" ho turned his eyes upon tho
young beauty, and her mouth suddenly
closed nnd hor lips tightened with an
expression of fear and distress "lay
upon this table the valuables yoir
have upon your persons, and I would
advlso you not to withhold a shilling's
worth of property, for If my men
should take it into their heads to
soarch you after you havo disburdened
youreolvoe and discover," ho crlod,
raising his voice, "so much as a brass
farthing resorvod, It may go very hard
Indeed with tho person who has cheat
This speech followed by a general
movement among tho unfortunate
passongerB. They all made great hnsto
to empty tholr pockots and glrdlo3,
and every few seconds one hand or
another was stretched forth to placo
upon tho table a watch and chain, two
or three rings, a brooch, a purse, and
"Havo you cleared out your pock
ets?" called out Pope, running his
eyes over them.
"To my last dollar," exclaimed ono
of tho malo passongora, pointing with
a lean and yollow foreflugor at tho
pllo upon the table, and Uio others
murmured to tho effect that thoy had
removed everything from tholr per
sons. Popo, In a volco of thunder,
Without stirring from tho sldo of tho
tablo, called through tho cuddy door
to ono of tho pirates, who Immediate-,
ly camo aft While ho was orderlng
tho man to mako the heap ot trinkets
and watches upon tho tablo into a
parcel, Crystal, Grlndal and sevoral ot
tho brig's seamen camo Into tho cud
dy. Now no sooner was Crystal in tho
cuddy than ho began to staro with all
his might at tho handsome girl, who
looked also very hard at him, and tho
face of each woro a singular sub-expression
of Inquiry. In a moment tho
girl, putting her hnnds upon tho ta
ble, said, In n sweet but trembling
voice, "Is your name Crystal?"
"Ay," ho answered.
Then suddenly planting his hnnds
upon tho tablo as she had, and lean
ing eagerly forward, ho cried, "You
aro not going to tell mo that you are
"I am Laura Crystal," sho answered,
holding herself erect and clasping her
"Jim Crystal's daughter?"
Sho made the sign of assent with
"By heaven, Popo," cried tho nston
lshed mart, "she's my cousin's child;
and she used to sit Upon my kneo
when a little girl," saying which Crys
tal walked around tho tablo to hor.
He grasped her by Uio hand, pulled
her moro fairly into the light, aud af
ter gazing for a few moments with
unfeigned admiration into her face,
ho cried out, "How did you know
"By a look of father about you,"
sho answered, "and by your name.
But what aro you doing here? What
has this ship dono that she should bo
boarded and her people killed nnd
robbed? You are not a pirate, cous
in?" Hero Popo burst out, "Blnmo it
all, Johnny, but introduce me, will
"Popo, Rlchnrd Pope, Captain Popo
of Uio pirate brig, Gypsy," exclaimed
Crystal, and the handsome Irishman
made the lady ono of his most elegant
Sho curtseyed In return, and said to
Crystal, "Where Is Captain Kerr?
What Is to become of us? Am I safe?
Aro tho lives of tho passengers safe?
Oh, cousin, to find you there aro lit
tle children among us."
"As excitable as ever," said Crys
Ho was proceeding; Popo broke In.
"Depend upon It," he exclaimed
with profound significance, "you aro
perfectly safe, and so too," ho added
lightly, with a glance at the lady pass
enger, "aro tho others."
The sun was now close to the edgo
of tho sea, and thoso aro parallels
where tho twilight moves with giant
strides, trailing behind it glittering
robes of stars, when Its brow Is still
burnished with tho glory In tho west
Much was to bo done. It was a de
lightful task to talk to a beautiful
young woman after days of the dreary
monotony of tho ocean, but the busi
ness of the two ships must botseen to,
and Popo left the cuddy followed by
Tho two captains walked tho poop
of tho West Indlaman, and a man had
been fetched from tho forecastlo to
steer her. Tho skylight was spa
cious; its casements stood open; It
framed a considerable portion of the
picture below. Laura Crystal sat
almost directly beneath. Besldo her
was a child, whose hand sho cherished
as though she sought to hearten the
"She has the most beautiful faco of
any woman I ever met in this world,"
says Pope. "Damn me, Crystal, hifw
como yo by such relatives?"
(To be continued.)
FASHIONS IN FUNNY NAMES.
Observer Notes How the Styles Con
"Havo you ever noticed," remarked
tho Observant Man, "how fashions
change in the style of names the
humorists use In their jokes and
Btories? When I was a young man
Brown and Smith and Jones wero tho
ones most commonly used, and tho
man who invented the name 'Verdant
Green' Immortalized himself, so far
as the English reading public is con
cerned. Then Irish names had a run,
followed by thoso 'mado in Germany';
and when Anglomania hit this coun
try wo had Fltznoodles and Percys
and all sorts of ridiculous hyphenated
names. Then came a reaction back to
common names In two syllables,
which havo held out for several years.
Just why such surnames as Jenkins
and Wilkins and Stebblns should be
humorous I can't for the life of mo
tell. But as soon as I begin to read
a story about a man bearing either
ono of thoso names I am prepared for
a laugh. And I am glad to say I
usually get it."
A Family of Pastors.
Last Sunday was a notable day at
the First Methodist church at La
trobo, Pa. On that occasion the pulpit
was flllod by roprosentatives of three
generations of tho Mansell family.
Tho morning sorvlces wero In charge
of Rev. Josiali Mansoll of Upper Mid
dletown. He Is tho father of Dr. R. B.
Mansell, tho pastor of tho church, and
will bo 81 yoars old Oct. 10. At 3
o'clock In tho aftornoon an old-fashioned
Methodist lovo feast and class
meeting was hold, at which the pastor
was present In the evening a grand
son of Rev. Mr. Mansell, Rev. Harry
Beeson Mansoll of Uniontown, occu
pied the pulpit
rj rtrwfnrn r.iv now dato neoDls
lojure doro hoalth by bathtn' too
"Well, do doctors don't know much;
hut nnrn fn a whlto rinv Rtlimlllo onto
a intelligent ideo. Wldpeople bath-
in' every day ana poopio ayinr every
flay, anybody wld nny sense oughter
boo dat water is a good t'lng to .keep
AM, UT-TO-DATE HOOBEKKErEnS
Ue Rod Cross Ball Blue. It tnakos clothes
clean and sweet as when now. All grocers.
King Peter's First Orders.
King Potor has conferred tho order
of tbo Whlto Eagle the highest In
Servla upon his sons, tho Crown
Prlnco George and Prlnco Alexander;
his broUicr, Prlnco Arsen Karageorgo
vltch, and upon his nophow, Prlncd
Paul. Theso aro the flrat ordera com
ferred by King Petor Blnce ascending
Uio Servian throne.
To Ctiro n OoVd in Ono day.
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All
druggts ts refund monoy If itfoilB to euro. 25s.
Mary Anderson's Chickens. ,
At her home in England Mary An
derson Navarro has become a most
successful raiser of chickens. Sho
does not sell her chickens nor her
eggs, but after her own tablo has
been suppllod and hor friends havo
been generously romembered Bhe dis
tributes Uio remainder among tho
Why It Is tho nest
Is because made by an entirely different
procoss. DeDanco Starch is unlike any
other, bettor and one-third moro for 10
cenU. Hard Preseed.
Ruth And so you have accepted
Pocy? I thought you decided to re
Kato So I did; but ho kept press
ing mo and pressing 'me for a favor
ablo answer until I I
"Surrendered at dlscreUon?"
"Oh, dear, I don't know! I fear it
was an indiscretion!"
I do not believe Plso's Cure for Consumption
o&s an equal (or couphs and colds. Jouh IP
Boxer. Trinity Springs, Ind., Feb. 16. leoa
Tea Is Russian Beverage.
Thero axa alwnvn tpn nprtillorn nltntit
a Russian station. Tea Is brought to
tno windows at tho stopping of the
train: it is nlno servnd In tlin rinnntn.
and is drunk at all hours of tho day.
Tho Russians havo better tea and
more of it than nnv other neonle of
After locking your family skeleton
in tho closet hide tho key where youi
neighbors cannot And it.
QurutMil to ketp yon
. a j. tm dcii wittrproor
i cioising ia me woria. uet
I cnij u ttoulct tit
I una out n.n I track,
pwl or ftt ttlcky. 1U
iliw, all itjlti, for all
' If Dot at ttnUrt, wrlu to
H. B. 8AWTIR A SO,
W. L. DOUGLAS
You can savo from $3 to 95 yearly by
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J.I1U l-lUUI IHOSO
that havo been oost
ing you from $4.00
to 85.00. The im
monso salo of W. L.
Douglas shoes proves
their superiority over
all other makes.
Sold by retail shoo
Look for numo and
price on bottom.
That Donajlaa uaes Cor.
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Snpea bT mall, 85 rent txir. Illustrated
Catalog free. W. h- nouuLAb, Brockton, Maw.
Every i housewife ; gloats
over finely starched
Jlnen 'and 4 white goods.'
'Conceit Is justifiable,'
Starch. It gives .a;
stiff, glossy white
jiess to the clothes
jand'does not rot
fthem. It Is abso
lutely pure. It Is
the most economical
because It goes
farthest, docs jnore,
fend costs less than
tfher. To be had of ail
grocers at 16 oz.
THE DEFIANCE STARCH CO,
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