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About The Alliance herald. (Alliance, Box Butte County, Neb.) 1902-1922 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 16, 1904)
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Miss Hapzood tells how she
escaped an awful operation by
using Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege
" Dbas Mns. Pctkham : I Buffered
for four years with what Iho doctors
called Salpingitis (inflammation of tho
fallopian tubes and orarltls), which is
B. most distressing and painful ailment,
affecting' all tho surrounding parts,
undermining the constitution, and sap
ping' tho life forces. If you had seen
mo a year ago, boforo I bcjrau taking
Iiydia E. Plnkham'g Vcffotublo
Compound, and had noticed tho
sunken eyes, sallow complexion, and
general emaciated condition, and com
pared that person with mo as I am to
day, robust, hearty and well, you
would not wonder that I feel thankful
to you and your wonderful medicine,
which restored mo to now life and
health in five month1), and saved mo
from an awful operation." Miss Ibkkb
IlAraooD, 1022 Sandwich St. Windsor,
Ont $5000 f erf tit If original of above letter
proving genulntnts cannot be produced.
Ovaritis or inflammation of tho
ovaries or fallopian tubes which adjoin
tho ovaries may result from sudden
stopping of the monthly flow, from
inflammation of tho womb, and many
other causes. Tho slightest indication
of troublo with tho ovaries, indicated
by dull throbbing pain in the side, ac
companied by heat and shooting pains,
should claim your instant attention.
It will not euro itself, and a hospital
operation, with all its terrors, may
easily result from neglect.
$43.70 CREAM SEPARATOR.
FOR $43.75 jrW.'KSS
hand crnm aaparatar made, Abla
operator with a eapaclt7 of JOJ
Eunda or 1(0 quart par hour, airrpts
r amy dairy of tn oowe or Irn.
rgar (lui of 409 or MO poanda per
Lour capacity, for largs (Ulrica, only
lightly htffhrrln price, Outrantntd
tha cleaaat skimmer, ccaleit run
Clup, etronftrat, moat conrenlent,
easlwt oleaJied, ffrtatctl capacity
and leaet llabla to get out of cr
ater of any cream aanarator made.
ZO-YEAR QUARAHTCC Every
'aaaaratar la covered btf our 30.
year written binding guarantor,
GUARANTEEIrlO EVERY PICCB
AND PART OP THE MACHINE.
PROVEN DT COMPETITIVE
TESTS, conceded by experta anil
dairy authorities everywhere, and
declared by thousands of uanra to bo
In every way superior to any other
separator made. Guaranteed tsaave
the IB per cent tasO per cent cream
that you now lose lu tho skimmed
Mile by the old atjle of skimming
from the can and bohldea tou have
Iho sweet iklmmed milk fur your calveai saree all the
cream, all ILe sweet mulct makes more and better batter.
With this separator you will net 119 00 to (30 00 per rar
more from Tar cow, you will fret more Incomo from
seven oowa than you are now (retting from ten. and all
with one-halt the labor. Our 343. TO Separator la needed
by every farmer, whether you milk two cows or ten. You
will ears the coat of the separator In a few montlra.
A BOY CAN HANDLE IT. te simple that anvene can
cperate It. no experience Is neenaary i If you hare never
seen a separator, n matter, any 10-year old boy can lian
tile and run It, tho Ideal machine for buy. eld, woman or
man to run, none of the complicated, hard to handle parts
found In other machines. Combine all the (rood e,ualltloi
of all other hlcrh strode aenaralora with the deforbi of nono.
SO DAYS' PREE TRIAL. We send ejr SEPARATOR
TO ANY ADDRESS on 30 (tare" trial, to convlne yeu
It Is THE BEST SEPARATOR HADE IN THE WliRLD.
OUR FREE OFFER AND FREE GATALGOUE.
Cut tbtsadoutananona to us and we will aona you. Pre
by return mall, postpaid, our rree Separator Catalogue
with large Ulustratlona (pictures), of all our separators,
parts, etc, full diwrtptlon, special tnalde prices'. We
will send you Our 90 Dare" Free Trial Oiler, we Bl ex
DlalnonrUuaraiitee. ourOaalltrChAllenro. Wo wlllfci-
plain why our machine la the beat. Yeu will set our latest
end moat marvelislr liberal Cream Separator Oner, an
Oder and prioes never before known. on't buy a ao)ara
tor of any mftke, at any price, osj time, oa Installment or
tor coan unui ron eu uui an out ana eaun touaecnauvx
for cosh unUl you cut
all we will send tou b
all we will send you by return mail, POSTPAID, FREE.
If you owa two or mora oows, write us at once. Alilnaj,
SEARS, fflJESUGK & CO., CHICfcGU.
Every housekeeper should know
thr.t if they will buy Defiance Cold
Water Starch for laundry use they
will savo not only time, becauso it
never sticks to tho iron, but becauso
each package contains 1G oz. one full
pound Tvhllo all other Cold Water
Starches aro put up In -pound pack
ages, and tho prlco is tho same, 10
cents. Then again becau3o Defiance
Stnrch Is freo from all injurious chem
icals. If your grocer tries to sell you a
12-oz. packago it is becauso ho haa
, stock on hand which ho wishes to
disposo of before ho puts in Defiance.
Ho knows that Deflanco Starch has
printed on every packago in largo let
ters and flguros "1G ozs." Demand
Deflanco and save much timo and
money and the annoyance of tho irca
sticking. Deflanco never sticks.
Tho pessimist always bite3 tho
spots on tho applo first.
Only 15.00 to Deadwood and Leail,
S. D., and return, Sept. 3, G, 10, 13
and 17, via Tho Northwestern Line.
City Offices, 1401 Farnam street,
Somo political "booms" need noth
ing so much as a coronor's inquest.
Those Who Have Tried It
will use no other. Defiance Cold Wa
ter Starch hau no equal In Quantity
or Quality 10 oz. for 10 cents. Other
brands contain only 12 oz.
God's lovo was not meant as a cush
ion for our lazinos3.
Important to Mothers.
Examine carefully every bottle of CASTOTUA,
a safe and sure remedy for Infant) and children,
end ece that it
la U0 Vox Over 30 Years.
Tho Kind You Ilaro Always Ilouut
Now cometh tho dog star days,
when tho thrifty housewife may live
on tho delicatessen plan.
Tho valuo of a man's prnlclplcs de
pends on what it costs him to cash
thorn in practice.
Only thoso who faco their sins find
Tho religion that makes good will
xuako people goad.
Prayer is the parent of perseverance.
Theory Regarding the Moon.
Tho novel theory of Dr. Volght, a
German astronomer, is that the great
er part of tho moon's craters repre
sent work of coral insects In lone
vanished sens. Ho finds that If the
earth's tropical ocean woro suddenly
d-lcd up tho bed would rosoinulo tho
faco of tho moon, tho coral forma
tions appearing exactly llko tho crat
ers of tho extinct volcanoes.
Mosquito Cause of Death.
A Jorsoy mosquito caused tho UoaU
of a barber named Rosho Dorso at
Harrison, N. J. Tho barber was shav
ing and a mosquito lit on his nose.
Tho razor was dlroctly under tho bor
bcr'n chin, and In making a slap to
drlvo away tho mosquito, ho cut a dcon
gash In his throat. A physician ar
rived too lato to savo him.
Tho lovo of indopondenco and tho
freedom atid pleasuro of to-day make
girls less and less nnxlous to marry
before they aro past five and twenty.
Perhaps It la bettor that thoro should
bo that disinclination, for our modern
Hfo may lit a woman hotter to marry
lato than oarly. Lady Jeuno in Lon
A New York Salad Abroad.
This summer thero seems rather a
sot against ices nt tho smart dinners.
Wo nro now such slavos to health
and diet cures. At a well-known housa
thoro was a curious dish of fruit mixed
with watercress, a cross between a
compote and a salad. Ttio result wts
very satisfactory. London Onlooker.
Annoying to the Judges.
An English magistrate remarked on
tho bench: "I havo known somo
Judges, when tney have formed a the
ory In a caso too early, to bo very
much annoyed whon tho ovldcnco his
not fitted with it."
Result of Fool Wager.
English newspapers tell of a laborer
named Samuel Wellington who at
tempted for a wager to kiss his toe.
In doing so ho broko his thigh and
had to bo conveyed to a hospital.
Tho secret method of multiplying
millions by which tho enormous for
tunes of Standard Oil and other big
financial institutions wcro created
veritably out of nothing Is tho toxt
of tho September Installment of
"Frenzied Finance," by Thomas V.
LawBon, In Everybody's Magazine
It Is no oxageratlon to say that the
nrtlclo Is of tho most sensational in
terest and importance. Tho atory of
how Standard Oil set about getting
the control of banks and trust and
insurance companies; how it Juggled
tholr funds so as to extend its opera
tions; tho process of the "trustifica
tion" of corporations as they practice
it, and tho upbuilding of the greatest
financial power in America today,
makes a revelation of tho most start
ling significance. ,
Sincerity Is llko traveling In a plain,
beaten road, which commonly brings
a man much sooner to his Journey s
end than by-ways, In which men often
Mrs. Burnett's English Home.
Frances Hodgson Burnott, tho au
thor of "Little Lord Fauntlcroy,"
whose story of childhood, "In the
Closed Room," is now appenring In
McClure'H Magazine, has returned for
tho summer to her English country
homo, Maytham Hall, in Kent. Mrs.
Burnett's estate is a very old one,
lying in tho most beautiful part of
England's most picturesque county.
Tho foundations of the house aro over
700 ycar.i old, and the old church on
tho grounds is mentioned in the
Doomsday Book. Attached to tho
Hall arc two quaint villages, Rolven
don street and Rolvcnden lane.
Death From Slight Accident.
Whllo carrying a keg of beer in
tended for a picnic In Reading, Pa.,
Elmer KcrchofT stumbled over a wire.
The keg slipped so suddenly that tho
Jar dislocated hir. neck.
Among American artists one of the
most talkod-of and most appreciated
foreign paintings in this country is
the portrait of "A Woman in Black,"
by Degas, recently added by Mrs
Gardner to her Fenway Court collec
tlon. One of tho leading American
portrait-painters has called It "the
greatest masterpleco In portraits ol
the last century." A reproduction ol
this canvas, made by permission ol
Mrs. Gardner, will appear in tho Sep
tember Century, and tho editor takes
this occasion to make a new protest
against tho application of tho prliv
clplc of Protection to works of art.
Behind In Sanitation.
A doctor writes lu tho London Lan
cet that ns regards sanitation and
ventilation tho English churches re
tain the custom of the middle ages.
The September Atlantic.
The September Atlantic opens bril
llanlly, with the first chapters ol
Isldro, a romantic serial novel by
Mrs. Mary Austin, tho scene of which
is laid in Southern California, and
which Is full of unusual and attrac
tive Incidents of lovo and adventure,
of vivid description and highly imag
Tho unpublished manuscripts of
Ralph Waldo Emerson supply a truly
Emersonian characterization ol
Shakespeare In tho Bhapo of tho ad
dross mado by Emorson before the
Boston Saturday Club a their Shakes
pearian ter-centenary meeting
If a negro adventuress could whee
dle a cool fnlllion out of a New York
millionaire how much could a hard
working deserving white woman get!
A SOUTH SEA ROMANCE.
r.uropcan Aristocrat Succumbed to
ctiarmc of Dusky Belle.
YoarJ ago thoro camo to tho Brit
sh colonial goernor of FIJI n man in
nttotcd white suit, a typical "beach
fomber." After a private Interview ol
.".omo duration tho governor was per
mailed to put a sailing boat nt his bat
erod visitor's disposal to take him to
.n Inland which ho had named. The
man said ho was by right of descent
twentieth Baron Somcrvllle, hut lie
had settled down with n dusky brida
a a Polynesian paradise, was per
fectly happy and had no deslro to tnko
tho status that belonged to him. The
governor was skeptical If soft-hearted.
The cplsodo passed Into tho realm at
News camo to this country recently
Hint "Hugh Somorvllle," eldest son ol
Hugh, rightful twentieth Lord Somor
vllle, had arrived In Cooktown,
Queonsland, from somewhero In the
neighborhood of tho Solomon Islands
and wns seeking means to enable him
to come to England and claim the
title. Ho Is described as a young man
of 22, tall and handsome and with n
comploxlon bronzed to the tint of cop
per; obviously of partly native do
scent, but well-mannered and pleas
nnt-spokon and fairly well educated
No details of his claim aro given.
Tho Somervilles nro a very ancient
family. Thomas de Soniervlllo was o
Justiciary of Scotland in tho carl
days of tho fifteen century and was
made n peer in 1430. He married tht
daughter of Sir Alexander Stewart ol
Darnley, with whom he got tho barony
Precious tho home, Uiough but a rifted
Whero way-worn shepherd tarries with
Precious tho friendly covert, though It
Only tho shelter of a lonely tree,
Denr Is that world-old, wnrin, hcart-
To man and beast mid bird ono glad
dening: Dear Is tho roof, tho hole, tho lulr, tho
Hid plnceH whero the heuit can bo at
But homo will grcaten ns tlio years go
Probing the notil and lifting' the low sky;
When Beauty shall step downward from
To smile awny the blemish and the scar:
When Science shall draw down Orion's
To case tho burden of the 'Woman's
And all the Powers of tho Harth nnd
Air and Fin
Shall be tho lackeys of tho heart's de
sire. And home will sweeten In tho coining
When widening lovo shall warm these
When every mother pressing to her faco
iter child, shall clasp all children of
Then will tho rafter nnd the oaken
Bo laid In music nnd the poet's dream
Then Earth, us far as files tho feather
Shall have In It tho friendly feel of
Among the old miners of Siskiyou
county a man can get worso whisk)
at Sawyer's bar than in any othei
place on earth. This is tho belief ol
tho gold diggers of that section, and
that fill th is accepted as orthodox.
Regularly every Christmas Billy X
foreman of tho Oro FIno mine, takes
his layoff down at Sawyer's. Once the
superintendent asked him why ho nl
ways selected that place for his vaca
tion. "I want to have ono yearly drunk,"
said Billy, "and I want to know Just
wlidn I am drunk, so that I may enjoy
"Well, can't you enjoy tho sensa
tion In any other portion of the coun
ty or state or continent?" asked (he
"No. When I'm drinking Sawyer's
whisky and it begins to tasto good,
then 1 know I'm drunk."
Not long ago a stock of crockery
was sold at auction, and Mrs. "Wilson
attended the sale. When she returned
her faco was radiant with Joy,
"You must Join tho Cremation So
ciety," wcro tho first words sho said
to her husband,
"What on earth for?" exclaimed Mr.
"Why." replied his loving spouse,
"I've bought such a lovoly vase to hold
your nshes. Yov: can't think how It
will set off the mantelpiece!"
More Troublo In German Army.
Lieut. Helmmann of tho Second
Thurlnglan infantry regiment is to bo
court mnrtialed for having written a
book entitled "Experiences of an
American Woman in a Small Prussian
Garrison." His wife is said to be a
rich American. The book Is sensa
tlonnl in its attacks upon tho army
and compromises some of tho best
known families in Melnlngen.
Author's Change of Name.
Joseph Conrad, who has mado such
a reputation as a writer of sea stories,
Is well known to bo a Polo by birth,
but few of his many readers arc
aware that his real name Is KorzenI
owski. This was such an awkward
mouthful to tho world in general that
ho adopted tho more simple name by
which ho Is generally known.
Dr. Morgan Will Fill Engagements,
Rev. Dr. G. Campbell Morgan will
remain In this country longer than ho
had planned. He was expected to begin
his London pastorate Oct. 1, but by
special arrangement Rev. Len G.
Broughton of the Centoral tabernacle,
Atlanta, Ga has been selected to sub
stituto for Mr. Morgan the next two
months. Dr. Morgan will thus fill
his future engagements in America.
Organize the Waitresses.
Now York city waitresses are about
to organize Into unions.
True Yankee Woman.
"Your wlfo is somowhnt strong-
minded, isn't sho, Llttlr-JohnV'j
"Strong-minded 1 Well, n furnlturo
polish peddler camo hero yesterday;
nnd In flvo mlnutos' talk she Fold him
somu polish sho had mado herself."
Remedy for Muscular Tatlgue.
In formic ncld Dr. Clement of tho
French Academy of Medicine claims
to havo discovered a wonderful rem
edy for muscular fatigue. Ho com
bines It with bicarbonate of soda to
savo tho stomach from distress.
H AD TO GIVE UP.
Suffered Agonies from Kidney Disor
ders Until Cured by Doan'e Kidney
Goorgo W. Ronoff, of 1953 North
11th St., Philadelphia. Pa., a man of
years ago 1 wns
suffering co with
my back and kid
neys that 1 often
had to lay oft.
Tho kidney secre
tions woro unnnt
ural, my lags nnd
swollen, and I
had no appetite. When doctors fulled
to help mo I began using Donn's Kid
ney Pills nnd Improved until my back
was strong and my appetlto returned.
During tho four yenrs slnco I stopped
using them I have enjoyed excellent
health. Tho euro wns permanent."
(Signed) GEORGE W. RENOFF.
A TRIAL FREE Address Foster
Mllburn Co.. Buffalo. N. Y. For salo
by nil dealers. Price, CO cts.
Tho man who puts 1i!b head into a
barrel does not ocllpsc tho sun.
IE1TC twrmajientlrourwl. 7TifltaornerveanaaaftB
ITl l O ilrr.t day'a uao of Dr. Kllna'a 0at Nrrva lienor
pr. Ron.lfor irltlCli W3.00 trial boll la and tMMIje.
UO. U. U. Ituxc, Ltd, Ml ArchUtraat, rutlatfelyUla,!'
Wo aro all willing to admit the de
pravity of our neighbors.
Superior quality and extra quantity
must win. This Ib why Defiance Starch
is taking tlio place of all others.
It Is easy U mlstako gas workB for
Tho Murine Eye Krineilr Co., Clilcac" arndthimo
hro lloolc ree. Wrlie tncni abuHt yutir jf a
No man is so rich ho can afford to
loso a friend.
Plso'sCuro for Consumption Ik nn Infnlllble
modlclno for cout'hs and colds. N. W. Samuel,
Ocean Urovc, N. J., Feb. 17. 1000.
Sncrlflco determines tho value of
Jlr. TVIntoTTkii Boothlhc; Byron.
For rblMrea teething, coftens lbs Ruraa, reJurra to
flamoiauuu, allajra pain, euro wlniloullu. 240 a bouio.
Many a man would be rich If he did
not try so hard to appear to be.
"Ir. Drivltt KcmioilY's 1'nvorlte JCe mtiitr
ciirrtl inr wile of a lerrlMa UlaeAwa With T.liaa.ire .
lMO toluinarveloOat-mnacy. ' J,hweeltAlUaay,N. Y
It Ib hard to bo popular with plga
and to keep out of tho trough.
No chromos or cheap premiums, but
a better quality nnd ono-thlrd more
of Defiance Starch for the same price
of other starches.
Men who expect to die like dogs nro
likely to live llko dogs.
"From tho cradle, to iho baby chair"
HAVE YOU A BABY?
It so, you ought to have s
"AN IDEAU 8ELF-IN8TftUCTOrt."
OUR PHOENIX Walking Chair
holds tho child Bocurclr, pro
Tenting thoso painful falls and
bumps which oro so frequent whoa
baby loarns to walk.
"BETTER THAN A NURSE."
Tho chair is provided with & re
movable, sanitary cloth eoat.whlch
supports tho woight of tho child
and proTonts bow-lega and spinal
troublos; it also has atablo attach
ment which cnablos baby to find
arnusoracnt in its toys, etc., with
out any attention.
"As Indlspansabla as a cr&ite."
It is so constructed that it pre
vonta oollod clothes, sickasa from
drafts and floor gonns, and is
rocommendod by physicians &xd
endoroodby both mother aad baby.
Combines plotmro and utility.
No baby should bo without ono.
Call at year furnlturo dealer
and uk to sco ono.
tuaurxcTcmcs cjtlt bt
PHOENIX CHAIR CO.
Can only bo had of your furniture dealer.
W. N. U Omaha.
rn.tr,, 1 , ,n .. -.. y: iVf'fV fanttiaTaaaaa!
Putnam Fadeless Pros are cleanly, ai thy neither 6Uln tho bands nor spot tha kettlo. Ono lOo packago colors either r.llk, wool or oottou
lauttll -wfcll. and te irwiraruecd to irive perfuct rcult. Putnam Fadeless Djes nro lor s,ale by all wood drujnrlats everywhere, or mailed
I VtZ'y7 ,ni'..fc- w,(7r T.hv rnrf,. Kkla-TIow lo nieach. Dto or Mix Colors. MONROE DRUG CO.. UnlonvlIIo. Mo.
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lWISf SINGLE BINDER
tout )obbr or Artel tram factory, Starts, lu
Wed In Grandmother's Dress.
Mlsa Muriel Arthur, who married
Mr. Inn Flnlny of tho Scots Groys,
woro n wedding dross, composed en
tirely of priceless old Brussels Inco,
which was worn by tlio bridegroom's
great-grandmother nt her own wed
ding 10D ycarajigOj
Malta's Chief Industry.
Laccmaklng gives employment to
about two-fifths of tho population of
Malta. Silk Is the chief material used,
but of Into years cotton has been much
In demand. Tho art is handed down
from family to family.
More Flexible and Lasting,
won't shake out nr blow out; by using
Dellanre Starch you obtain better rc
nultii than poFslbtr with any other
brand and one-third mum for same
Football Garnet Aid Detectives.
Tho Australian lU'tectlvos find foot
ball useful. Criminals will hldo six
days in tho week; but they havo to
come out on Saturday to seo tho foot
ball game, and tho police nro on hand.
Steals Little Boys' Shoes.
An English thief was arrested whoso
method wns to induco little boys to
tnko off their shoes in order to run a
race, and leave him In chargo of tho
Rhoos. When thi'y returned, breath
less, ho and tho shoes wcro gono.
It's queer that glrla nowadays pro
for tho busy-bur.z-saw-buggy. In tho
old-fashioned horse affair a man could
havo ono arm freo anyhow If tho good
old horso wcro tho only thing In sight.
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Great Reduction in Rates via
Home visitors excursions sold every Tuesday In September and October
lltli Hnlf fit re (plim J2.00) for tlio round trip to all polnta In Indlanu.
points In Ohio and Kentucky.
J8.C0 St. Louis and return, sold Tu'cndaya and Thursdays, '
$13.80 St. Louis and return, sold dally.
$27.15 Huffalo, NldKiirii Kails or Toronto and return, sold dally.
J2I.C0 Detroit nnd return, sold dally.
J20.00 Chleafio nnd return (one way via St. Louis), sold Cally.
Long limit nnd stop over allowed nt St. Louis on ALL tlckcta.
Schedule of our Fast trains.
Head down. Read up.
7:43 a. m.lOjM p. m. Lv. Omaha Arr. 0:00 p. m. 8:20 n. m.
8:00 n. in. (IMC p. m. Lv. Council Uluffs Arr. 8MB p. m. 8:00 a. m.
7:05 p. m. '7:00 n. m. Arr. World's Pair Station Lv. 0:1B a. m. 7M5 p. m.
7:50 : m.7:15 a. m. Arr. St. Louis Lv. 9:00 a. m. 7:30 p. mr.
These trains run dally, Compare this time with othpr lines.
The Wabash lands all passengers at nnd chocks baceaca to its own
station at main entrance of World's fair itrounds. Think what this means;
nulck time, extra car faro saved, and a delightful trip, and you are not all
tired out before entering tho Rxposltlonrtrroiinds,
All Agents can route you via the Wabash H. It. For beautiful World's
Fair folder and all Information nddress,
HARRV E. MOORB8.
G. A. P. D., Wab It. It., Omaha, Neb.
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Kindly Mention This Paper.
BEGGS' BLOOD PURIFIER
CUKES catarrh ct the stomach.
Black Absorb Heat.
A French authority had two thor
momcterB ono of ordinary glass, tho
other painted black plncod in tho
sun. In tho white glass tlio mercury,
rose to 1-14. XJndor tho black paint it
went up to 157 In tho snmo position.
Tho tnforenco in that pcoplo who
wear black coats nro warmer in tho
sunshlno than thoso who dress la
It in a good deal caslor to Bit up
straight in church than it is to walk
upright in tho world.
Ono iIoob havo to wait to bo fleeced
to prove that ho is not a wolf.
Tho man who trios to cash flattery
alwayB finds it a forgery.
WAY GET SOAKED
WILL KEEP YOU DRY
tOOK f OR AMY E TRADE MAM. KWABS Of IMtTATIOia
HOWINQ FULL UNI OP GARMtNTB NO HATS.
A.J. TOWER CO..OOSTOH, II at .U.S.A.
TOWCI1 CANADIAN CO , ITO., TORONTO, CANADA,
S3.SO & 3 SHOES W
and S4.00 CuotomBench Work in all
THE rtlQrl UIIHUC LEATHERS.
$2.50 Police, Three Soles. $2. DO and
xuu wuHniriuNtrra, debt in the world.
SZ.&O, S2.00 AND 51.70.. BOYB, FOtt
DREB3 AND SCHOOL WEAR.
"V. I",. DoiiclnR ninliea nml olli mnro rnon'il
83.D0 ami rW.OO shorn tlitin nny otliormiinu
fnrturor lit tlm world. Tho rrimon they nro
tho prcatPRt pollers li, lliey nro mudo of tho best
iimincrn, noiu wiriraimpo.uv ucucr, wear longer,
nnd liaro mora vnluo Umu any other shoo.
W. Ii. DoiiRln fruitrnutna tholr yMuo by Mump
ing ill' namo ami iinco on inn uoivom, jook lor
It tnko no Biibttltuto, BoM by ihoo dealers
orcry whero, 1'tut Color Eyelet) uil rxtlutivtly.
"AO GOOD AS 87.00 SHOES."
Ilaretafara I have boon waarlna 37. OO
shoes. I nurcftasoei a oalr of W. L. uoualaa
shoes, which I havo worn aver dan for
four months. Thcv aro so satisfactory I do not
Intend to return to tho moro oxpoatlua shoos."
WM. GRJiY KNOWLES, Jisst. City Solicitor, Phtta.'
Braaktan Laada tho Ptfcn'a Shoo FawMonm of tho WerM
Y. Ti. PnnKlii tiara Corona Col Ilk In In I Send for Catalog olvlng full la
hlaS3.C0ahora. Corona t'nlt la ronrnled I ffriftrni how to order ty mall,
to be tho finest l'atout leather made. V. L. Douglas, Brockton, Has-
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Ul CliHK'i WHrKf all FISP AILS.
CI Beat Uun Bjrnp. Tulea&ood. Vtt
f!rl In lima. Hold b
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