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Copyright, 1S97, by V. Tennyson Jfceiy
CHAPTER XVI. Continued.
"Bravo!" cries Jack; "such sublime
-rourago must always command my re
spect. I am at your side, senor. If
there are ladles to protect, every man
here, I am sure, will do his duty."
Jack undoubtedly meaiiB every
word, although he dresses his lan
guage In this bombastic manner In or
der to match Hoblado, who, Impressed
with the fact that his devotion to duty
as a Spanish gentleman has borne
fruit, eagerly reaches out his long thin
"Sir, I salute you. Such sentiments
of lofty courage must always bind the
hearts of bravo ineit la n common
brotherhood. There are four of us
nay, six to stand against the enemy.
Wo will be a match for all they can
bring against us."
"Tho battle, or massacre, whichever
It may be, still goes on," remarks
Spencer, who thus enters Into the con
versation for the first time.
"Then let us bo making ready
against a possible attack, for I am
strongly Inclined to believe some of
the rebels will find their way along
tho hack trail, looking for us, as tho
absence of my carriage from th6 train
3s sure to bo noticed."
Hurrying to the side of tho compart
ment, they proceed to do whatever is
possible In order to protect tho In
terior. AH work with a vim cushions
are utilized, tho guard brings various
articles from, his den, and In a very
brief spaco of tlmo quite a respectable
showing Is made.
"Come," says Jack, with consider
able satisfaction, when Smithers ap
pears with his arms filled with more
"truck" with which to fill the cracks
and crannies, "wo are doing nobly, my
lear fellow. But, honeBtly, do you
Imagine there Is any possibility of our
being attacked here?" lowering his
voice to a whisper.
"Well, it wouldn't surprise mo," re
joins tho other,slowly and seriously.
"But. If It should come they are
vour friends, you know would you
open flro on them?" continues Trav
el's, seeking to cut a Gordian knot by
tho most direct method.
"Not If they were Gomez and his
men. I know them well, and their bat
tle cry of Cuba libra is music to my
. -oars. But there are others, sir."
"Others! You mean the Spanish
soldiers may retreat this way?"
"Not at all. Havo you not heard of
tho guerrllleros tho men who fight
under no. flag, who war upon every
one they meet, robbing paclflco nnd
belligerent alike?" -
"Yes, I have heard of theso devils.
"Hut why should you fear that they
may descend upon us?" Inquires Trav
ers. They are standing Just outside
iho carriage, with Ah Sin and the
Kiiard near by, ready to enter at any
1lmo should It be necessary, and as
their conversation Is carried on In low
tones, tho chances of Its being over
heard are slight Indeed.
"These human birds of prey seem
to havo inside information as to when
a battlo Is about to take place, and
they hang round like dogs waiting to
Tilck up tho ci umbs from the master's
table. I only hope somo day both Go
mez and the Spaniards will turn round
and hunt these miserable go-betweens
"The guerrllleros arc herel"
3o tho death. If they aro In the neigh
borhood and seo us, wo must expect
io fight for our lives."
"Now I understand what you mean.
Tho fires will draw them."
"That Is a fact, sir, if they como
"What wo meant for our preserva
tion may prove our ruin. Well.it often
hnppens so. Perhaps It might bo wlso
to extinguish them; and remain in the
tlark. Wo could havo them ready to
lipht If we heard a train coming."
"I should feel more at ease, sir. If
yon knew these guerrllleros as well as
I do, joii would bo fully as anxious to
avoid discovery by them, It It could
"Perhaps I am even more so, since I
have something to think of that does
not bother your mind, Smithers"
turning his thumb over his shoulder In
Iho direction of the carrlago, and tho
agent knows what ho means.
"Suppose we call Senor Roblado out,
then, and put him In possession of the
facta?" continues Jack. "Whatever ho
decides, that wo will do."
Smithers does not Immediately re-
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ply, and Jack notices that his com
panion appears to bo looking rarnostly
beyond tho fire, shading his eyes with
his hand In order that he may see tho
"What hns struck you?" ho de
"I am afraid, sir, your suggestion,
though n good one, comes a llttlo too
late. Look ondcr at tho moving fig
urestwo, live, a dozen, twenty. Yes,
I am sorry to say we havo been dis
covered; the guerrllleros arc here!"
"Guerra a Cuchlllo!"
Although SuiHlicrs' words aro star
tling enough to nlarni tho bravest.
Trovers does not show much indica
tion of such a feeling, as, following
the extended linger or his agent, he,
too, leadily discovers tho moving fig
ures. - ,
They appear to como out of tho
wpods In couples or llttlo squads. At
that distance, nnd with only tho fire
light to guide him. Jack can see that
they aro rough-looking men, some of
them negroes, carrying guns and ma
chetes; but that Is 'as far as his ob
How his companion Is enabled to
determine their Identity as guerrillas,
and not tho patriots fighting jinder the
banner of Gomez, Is a puzzle too deep
It Is a time for prompt action. They
will hn o to retreat to their rude fort
ress and mpet the expected assault
"Where Is the guard?" asked Smith
ers. "And Ah Sin?" echoes Jack.
Both have, indeed, vanished tempo
rarily. Nor do they appear to bo In
side tho firo lines.
"We will havo to leave them out.
There Is hardly room for all Inside, at
any rate. Come, sir, let us enter."
At tho door they meet tho senor.
"What la wrong, gentlemen" ho
asks, quick to catch tho scent of dan
ger in the air.
"The guerrllleros havo come, senor.
I am afraid wo will have war to tho
knife," remarks Smithers; and Ro
blado, thrusting out his head, beholds
tho rough men already gathering about
the fire that Is down the Incline.
Ho utters a favorite ejaculation.
"Scnors, if looks as though wo aro
In for It. I trust you will not forgot
your promise to assist In tho defense
of the lodlos," the old Spaniard says,
Several exclamations In feminino
voices from the dark Interior announco
that both Juanita and her stepsister
have heard what manner of danger
"You can depend upon us, senor,"
is tho quiet response Jnelr makes.
Tho two men enter tho comport
ment, and the door in barricaded. Ah
Sin and the guard 'will have to look
out for themselves when the storm
It has hardly needed the words of
Smithers to warn Travers of the des
perate business ahead of them, and
the only fear he experiences Is for the
s-afety of Jessie.
There Is a peculiar satisfaction In
being so close to this woinnn who hns
entered In nnd taken poshesslon of his
heart, although ho is under bond not
to betray his Identity. Jock rather en
joys the situation, or at least he would
If It were not for the deadly peril
which hovers over tho one he loves.
At any rate, ho Is deeply grateful for
the peculiar conditions that allow him
the privilege of standing up In her de
fence. Little Is snld wthln the enr; tho tlmo
for words has gone by, nnd action
must take their place. "
So far as they can tee, tho newcom
ers havo not as yet fully grasped tho
true Inwardness of the situation. At
tracted by tho light of tho fires, they
havo arrived at the railroad, to find a
carrlago standing there; but what that
vehicle of transportation actually con
tains is as yet but u Mirmise with
Jack does not fancy their looks at
Ho has been thrown in contact with
crowds of rough men during his life
on Texan plains and in Colorado
mountains, but never in nil his experi
ence has ho run across such a tough
looking lot as thosq assembling around
tho fire that was built for protection
and has betrayed its trust.
Fully half of tho guerrillas aro
blacks, and in tho firelight they havo
tho appearance of demons or gnomes.
As to tho others, the lenst said about
them tho better since their appearance
does not go far toward reasMirlng the
ladles when they venture to tuko an
"Do you suppose they will attack
us?" asks Roblado, with considerable
anxiety in his voice.
"I don't question It In the. least,"
replies Smithers, who develops some
of tho qualities of a loader in this
"Then. If that ho so, wo should first
of all endeavor to piotecl the ladles
from flying lead. Col. Spencer, will
you kindly vacate that corner? Wo
can arrange It bo that they may bo
safe there." ,
Spencer, of course does so. Jack
Imagines tho man Is a trifle nervous
and scared. Perhaps ho has been
drinking hard, and Is not In good con
dition for proving hjs mettle. All tho
more fcaion, then, why those who
"i.te no such excuse should do their
In nrranKlng tho cushions so as to
protect the two slrls Jack chances to
touch the hand of Josslo'Cnmoron, ami
tvHinrmid at the romarkablo thrill that
.seems to run over his whole frame,
Just as might a shock from a galvanic
"Come," he mutters to himself In
somo dismay; "I had no Idea It had
gouo ,ns far as that. This Is really
Nevertheless, ho continues to carry
out his work, and Is rewarded by a low
'Thank you." that amply repays him
"What aro they doing now?" ho asks
Smithers, who has been keeping
"Gntherod alout tho fire and talking
tho matter over, with mnny extrava
gant jestures. They seem a llttlo
afraid lest tho carrlago contain sol
diers, nnd that they may ralso a hor
nets' nest about their ears. But I atn
afraid the fiery orators who urge an
Immediate attack hnvo tho best of tho
bargain; for already somo of them aro
advancing, and, from tho way they
Is rewarded by a low "Thank you.'-
hold their guns, they mean business.''
It would bo strango Indeed If every
one within tho railway carrlago did
not In n greater or less degree feel n
sensation as If their nerves aro
strained to tho utmost.
Tho situation warrants It. Deadly
foes gather without foes against
whom ordinary methods of warfare
may not avail, and who will prove to
bo veritable demons once tho battlo is
Quarter need bo neither asked nor
given, nnd tho result of the coming en
gagement must be a survival of the
It is this fact that nerves the defend
ers of" the carriage to do their very
Smithers Is quite correct when ho
declares tho most venturesomo of the
guerrillas are advancing to the attack.
The light of the flro discloses this
fact, and as the men at bay crouch
there beside the opening, wutchlng
this advance, they seem to llvo days
in tho few seconds that pass.
. "It would be folly to let them get too
close," sujs the senor, grinding his
"You are right. Therefore call out
and warn them that they stand on tho
Roblado is quick to accept this sug
gestion which Smithers-advances. He
raises his voice and sends out a hoarse
bellow. The guerrillas hear, and In
stinctively pause; but, as If realizing
from the tono In which they are ad
dressed that they cannot have soldiers
to deal with, they laugh his ponderous
threats to scorn. '
"Down!" cries Smithers, pulling
Jack with him.
Several shots havo sounded, and tho
bullets crash Into the woodwork of tho
(To bo continued.)
Contempt for the Country Sanctum.
Tho narrow-chested glllle-loo-blrds
who act as state editors on the metro
politan dailies poke fun at tho coun
try editor all tho year round, but wo
guess If they could shove their spindle
shanks under tho corn-fed editor's ta
ble 'long about now and proceed to do
things to the aromatic buckwheat
cakes liberally lathered with real but
ter and maple syrup, or could just
have tho opportunity to pick a home
grown sparo rib they'd probably know
a few of tho green spots In tho moss
back editor's desert when they saw
anil could understand better why wo
browse along the highways of tho
sauerkraut and link-sausage districts
in. tho land of Wayback Instead of nib
bling along tho barren asphalt pave
ments In tho city of frosty mlts, health
foods and homeopathic mince pie tab-
lots. Ts'orthport, Mich., Leader.
Col. Ed Bowie, of "do Knstern Sho' "
of Maryland, has a, negro tenant who
Is rather shiftless and ne'er well to do.
After a recent absence tho colonel
.was surprised to find on his return
that old Ben, tho darky la question,
was driving a flue-looking mule,
hitched to a brand new wagon. Ques
tioning him, the colonel wns Informed
by Ben that ho had "hot do outfit" at
"And what did you pay for it?"
' "I gib ma noto for $100."
"And where on earth do you expect
to get ?100 to pay tho noto ,when It
falls due?" asked Col. Ed.
Tho old darky's face assumed an
injured oxprosslon, and in a grieved
tono ho replied:
"'Foro do Lawd, Marse Ed, you
doan' 'spect mo to gib do not an'
pay t, too?"
GRAIN RATES CUT
BURLINGTON GOES BELOW THE
MEETS RATESJO THE SOUTH
The Evident Intention Appears to Be
to Make the Fight So Warm That It
Will Speedily Be Brought to Final
CHICAGO Charges for carrying
corn from Omaha to the Atlantic sea
board readied tho lowest figure In tho
history of tho rate war. Lato In tho
afternoon tho Burlington announced
tho following tariff for export:
Omnlin. to New Yoik, per 100 lbs..l4i
Omaha to Philadelphia ..,...'14
Omaha to Baltimore..... la
Omaha to New Orleans., ...11
Omaha to Chicago 8
Omaha to Bt. ,ouls 5
Tho Rock lslnnd nnnounccd through
rates 1 cents higher than these.
When tho warfare between tho llnoB
leading to tfio Gulf or Mexico and
those leading to tho Atlantic sea
board by way of Chicago started tho
Burlington tariff was 11 cents to Chi
cago. Tho through rato was 25
cents to Now York. After tho east
ern trunk lines hnd given authority
to their western connections to mako
figures to get tho business, tho Mil
waukee & St. Paul, Great Western,
Burlington and Rock Island issued
tariffs of 186 cents to Now York
from Omaha and 17 cents to Balti
more. Tho last shisii Is a full 4
cents and shows tho desperate char
acter of tho struggle In progress for
tho trnfllo of tho corn belt. Tho cut
Is Just twice ns deep as had been ex
pected. On Wednesday tho Missouri Pacific
reduced Its rates from Omaha to Now
Orleans from 13V to It cents. It
was expected that tho Chicago lines
would cut their figures to tho Atlantic
seaboard to correspond, but tho Bur
lington not only meets tho figure, but
goes Vi cents better.
At tho cilices of tho Chicago, Mil
waukee & St. Paul it was said that
the cut of tho Missouri Pacific had
not been mot. Considerable surprise
wns expressed when the freight ofll
cials wero informed of tho nctlon of
the Burlington. Prom the outset tho
fre'ght ofllclals of tho Burlington hnvo
been opposed to demoralizing rates on
account of tho attltudo of the Mis
souri Pacific. They believed the
troublo would blow over after a few
days, but when tho other lines made
a rato of 18& cents" In connection
with tho seabcarl roads tho Burling
ton followed. The 'ust cut of the Mis
souri Pacific caused numerous con
ferences nnd the reductions an
nounced lato in tho day showed that
tho Burlington people wero bent on
bringing tho contest to a close by
making It so extremely hot that every
one would be willing to drop.
Committee Considers Legislation.
WASHINGTON The republican
members of the houso committee on
lnterstnto and foreign commerce held
a meeting to consider railroad legis
lation. HAS HOPE FOR BILL.
Judge Norris Wants Terms of Office
WASHINGTON Members of the
Nebraska legislature no doubt will
read with Interest' the full text or
Congressman Norris' joint resolution
to extend the presidential term to
plght years, ns well as that of sena
tors? to elect senators hy direct vote
of the people, and to extend tho con
gressional term to four years. This
hill Is approved by the members of
the house committee on elections, ty
tho president nnd hy other congress
men. The measure follows:
"Section 1. President and Vice
President 'Tho president and vice
president shall ho elected for a term
of eight years. No person who has
held tho office of president nt any
time within one year prior to tho se
lection of electors for president nurt
vlco president shall be eligible to
that ofllco for tho succeeding term.
"Sec. 2. Senntors Senators Btiall
bo elected by the people of tho sev
eral Btates for a term of eight years.
Qualifications to voto for senators
shall be same as for members of tho
houso of representatives. One sena
tor from each state shall bo elected
at a general election held at tho same
time electors for president and vlco
president are chosen, and one sena
tor from each state shall be elected
at a general election held on the first
Tuesday after tho flrsi. Monday m
November four years thereafter; Pro
vided, That this aemedtaent sliu'i not
bo construed ns vacating tho otllce of
any senator elected prior to Its adop
tion. "Sec. 3. Members of tho Houso of
Representatives The term of oillce
of membors of tho houso ot represen
tatives shall be four years, and they
shall ho elected at tho same genet nt
election at which senators ate
The Case of Tom Oennison.
WASHINGTON. II. C Tho su
preme court of tho United Slates nf
firmed tho decision of tho Biipromc
court of Nebraska in the extradition
proceeding ugalr.st Thomas Dennlsou,
who Is charged with having received
stolen goods in Iowa.
II. C. Brome, attorney for tho Jew
olera' Protective association, nnd W.
J. Connoll, attorney for Tom Donnl
son, wero In Waslilngton last week
and presented tho briefs of the differ
ent Bides of tho extradition case be
fore the supreme court. -
ADDRESS DY CZAR.
Talks to n Large Delegation of Work
ST. PETERSHITIIG Personal a
surnnccs ot his Intention to amelio
rate tho conditions nnd roraovo tho
causes Insofar nn they are economic
which led to tho recent Btrlko were
dollvered hy Emperor Nicholas to
worklngmon representing all tho
lending factories of St. Petersburg,
who, nt his invltnalon, Journeyed to
Tsnrkoo Seloo and wero received In
audlcnco In tho hall ot tho Alexander
pnlaco, whoro ho han his wintor
This Intervlow, faco to fnco with
tholr "llttlo father." In whom their
faith has not been shaken by tho
ovents of tho bloody Sunday of Janu
ary 22, has had a far greater and
tnoro assuring offoct than any num
ber ot proclamations by ministers
nnd governor generals and tho work
men of St. Petersburg aro now gen
erally Inclined to accept tho prom
ises ot Governor General Trepoft nnd
Flnanco Minister Kekovsovoff at their
Tho gift of the Imperial family of
$25,000 to aid tho families and vic
tims ot tho conflict of Januuary .22
also has had an excellent effect nnd
ns tho nows slowly permeates tho la
boring cIopros ot Russia It Is expect
ed that It will make them content to
wait for tho promised reforms.
Llko a wave caused hy tho falling
of a stone the strike movement, how
over, Is sprendlng over tho great sea
ot RiiBblan Industrial life, and whllo
St. Petersburg and Moscow, whero
tho troubles began, are now placid,
tho workmen of Poland and other
provinces aro not yet cnlm and tho
tipple has reached to faroff Itkutslc
and other Siberian towns.
Following Is tho czar's address to
tho delegation who represented the
omploycs of fnrtoiics and workshops
nt St. Petersburg:
"I have summoned you In order
that you may near my words from
myself and communicate them to
your companions, Tho recent lament
nblo events with such sad, but Inev
itable results havo occurred because
you allowed yourselves to bo led
astray by traitors and cnemlos to our
country. When they Induced you to
address a petition to mo on your
needs they desired to seo you revolt
against mo and my government. They
forced you to leave your honest work
at a period when all Russian work
men should be laboring unceasingly
In order that wo might vanquish our
obstinate enemy. Strikes and dis
graceful demouLt rations led tho
crowds to disorders which obliged,
and always will obligo, tho authori
ties to call out troops. As a result
Innocent people wero irtlms. I know
that tho lot of the workman Is not
easy. Many things require Improve
ment, hut hnvo patience. You will
understand that It is necessnry to be
Just toward your omployers nnd to
consider the conditions of our Indus
tries. But to como to mo as a re
bellious mob In order to declare your
wants Is a crime. In my sollcltudo
for tho working classes 1 will tako
measures which will assuro that ev
erything possible will bo done to Im
prove their lot and secure an Investi
gation of their demands through legal
channels. I nm convinced of the
honesty ot tho workmen and their
devotion to myself, and I pardon their
transgression. Return to your work
witli your comrades and carry out tho
tasks alloted to you. May God assist
No Talk of Peace.
WASHINGTON Tho Gorman em
bnssy, upon receipt of a cablegram
from tho home government, authoriz
ed tho stntcment that there had not
been oven so much as an exchange of
Ideas between tho Berlin and London
governments regarding tho ending ot
tho war In tho fnr east.
General Matsumara Dies.
LONDON General Matsumaruj ac
cording to tho Toklo correspondent of
tho Dally Telegraph, has died at tho
front from congestion of tho brain.
Ho commanded tho operation. at Two
Hundred and Three-Meter hill and
was decorated und promoted for hero
ism. May Replace the Drawback.
WASHINGTON Senator IIan3
broiis'i introduced In the form of an
nmondmciit to the sundry civil hill a
measure which if adopted would haveV
tho effect of repealing the drawbacic
rovlslon of tho Dlngley act, in so far
as It applies to wheat.
A War For Independence.
llOMB Prince G. Hlca ot Rou
mania, who has been elected by tho
Albanian committee as "supremo had
for Alblanan Independence," was Inter
viewed regarding his plnns and tho
purposes of the committee. Tho prince
said IiIb election meant tho beginning
of a general revolution In Albania and
a bitter struggle to achieve tho liberty
of that country. Ho said he would in
poison assume command of tho Al
banian forces, which ho asserted,
would be reinforced by 12,000 Euro
Postal Conspirators Lose.
WASHINGTON The supremo
court of tho Unlttd States today de
nied the application of Machen, Lo
renz and Groft .fpr a writ of certiorari
In tho case agalnsj them charging
conspiracy to defraud tho govern
ment In connection with tho Post
ofllco department Irregularities. The
effect is to leavo standing tho deci
sion of tho court of appeals of tho
District ot Columbia finding thorn
guilty as charged. Machen, Lorenz
and the Crofts wero sentenced to two
years' imurlsonmonL '
HER BUI TOO THIII
GENERAL DEBILITY RESULTS IT.0M
Tim Itcnieily Tlint Mnkri New Utood
Jlnnlftlicn AVenklirM, llrmlnches, in
illuollou anil Nervous Tronbles.
Hundreds of women suffer from head
nches, dizziness, restlessness, languor
and timidity. Few rcnllzo that their
misery nil cqines from tho bad stnto ot
their blood. They tnlco ono thing for
tholr head, another for tholr Rtotnncb,
a third for tholr nerve, nnd yet all tho
whlloiit is simply their poor blood that
ia tho cause of tholr discomfort.
If ono suro remedy for making good,
rich blood wero used every ono of their
distressing ailments would disappear, ns
thoy did in tho coso of Mrs. Ella 1'.
Stouo, who hnd been nlling for years nnd
wns completely run down beforo 6ho re
alized tho nnturo of her trouble.
"For several years," said Mrs. Stone,
" I Buffered from general debility. It
began about 1800 with indigestion, ner
vousness and steady headaches. Up to
1000 1 hadn'tocon nblo to find any relief
from this condition. I wns then very
thlu and bloodless. An enthnsinsiio
riond, who had used Dr. Williams' Pink
Pills, urged mo to give them a tiinl nnd
C finally bought a box,
"I did not uotico any marked change
from tho uso of tho flrht box, but I de
termined to givo them a fair trial and I
ropt on. When I had finished tho
iccond box I could seo very decided signs
it improvement in my condition, J lie
?nn to feel hotter nil over and to havo
aopes of a complcto cure.
"I used in nil eight or ten boxes, and
when I stopped I had got buck my iegu
ar weight nnd n good healthy color ami
cho gain has lasted. I can cat what I
plcaso without discomfot t. My ncrvnni-
loss is entirely gone, nnd, whllo I had
:onstaut headaches before, I very mu-ly
iavo ono now. I cheerfully recommend
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills to women who
mfTer ns I did."
Mrs. Stono wns &ccii nt her pretty
lomo in Lakewood, U." I., whore, ns the
esult of licr exporienee, Dr. Williams'
Pink Pills nro very iopnlnr. The-m fa
nous pills nre sold by nil druggists. A
wok ,thnt every woman needs Is pun
ished hy tho Dr. Williams Mediiino
3nmpniiy, Sehcneotndv. N. Y. It ie.
itlcd "Plain Talks to Women," mid will
m scut frco on request.
Chinese fnrmers nro beginning to
Jcmand modern tools, especially sue'h
is nro useful for intensive farming.
Rnrllrat Urrrn Onlona,
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thing valuable. Thl yeur tltey ntftr
among their new money mukinv vei;
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It is a winner, Mr. Fanner and u.iidenerl
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and they will send you tlieir big plant an t
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1,000 splendid Onionx,
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1,000 rioriouidy brilliant Flowers,
In all over 10,000 plant this (treat oTr
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will add to the above a lug pui L.tf of
Salzer's Fourth of July Sweet Intn th
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Cory, Peep o'Duj, First of AjJ.etc. !., .N.I.J
That which Is stolen by the tongue
cannot bo restored by taffy.
NO SLEEP FOR MOTHER
Baby Covered With Sores and Scales
Could Not Tell What Sho
Looked Like Marvelous
Cure by Cutlcura.
"At four months old my baby's faco
and body wero so covered with soies
and largo scales ou could not tell
what sho looked like. No child ever
had a worse case. Her faco was being
eaten away, and even her linger nails
fell off. It Itched so sho could not
sleep, and for many weary l Ights we
could get no rest. At last we gi t
Cutlcura Soap and Ointment. Thw
sores began to heal at once, and she
could sleep nt nlghtaud In ono mm th
she had not one Mire on her face or
body. Mrs. Mary Sanders, 70'J Spun;
St., Camdou, N. J."
God often says,
never says, "Worry.1
"Walt;" but he
Many School Children Aro Sickly.
Mother Gray's Swoct iwwders for Chll
Ircn, used bv Mother Gray, a uurse i.i
Uhlldrcn's ifome, New York, break nil
Solds in 8 houts euro Feverlshnes'. I ttvut
icho, Stomach Troubles, Teething In- t
iers end Destroy Worms. AtallDnu." it.is,
!5c. Samplo mailed free. Address Aileu
S. Olmsted, Lo Roy, N. Y.
Tho hypocrite's religion Is the most
repulsive of all his traits.
Every housekeeper should l.nw
that If they will buy Doflance Coll
Water Starch for laundry Hue ibov
wlll'savo not ouly time, because It
never sticks to the Iron but because
each package contains 10 or. orr full
pound while all other Cold Water
Starches aro put up In ? -pound pack
ages', and tho price Is the same 1)
cents. Then again because Defiance
Starch Is free from all Injurious ( hem
Icals. t your grocer tries to seTl you
a 12-oz. package It Is because he has
a stock on hand which he wishes to
dispose of before be puts in Detlanre.
Ho knows that Defiance Starch has
printed on every package In larne let
ters and figures "16 ozs." Demand De
fiance and save much time and won y
and tho nnnoyance of the Iron slick
ing. Defiance nnvor sticks.
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