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7 SERIAL V
OF MOORS i
ROBERT W. CHAMBERS
Illustrations by J. J. Sheridan
We-, i . . . .
' "Serves you rlpht if I had It brought '
In on toast." 1 returned.
I I'll rpont c:une in radiant, fresh
from tho bath.
"Go on with your story, Hoy," ho
said; Jir.d I told them about Godfrey,
and his reptile ret.
"Now, what In the name of common
sense can Godfrey find Interesting in
that creature?" 1 ended, toinc my
1 cigarette Into the fireplace.
! "It's Japanese, don't you think?"
"No," said Harris, "it Is not artistic
ally grotesque; It's vuU'.ar and horri
ble it looks cheap and unfinished "
"Unfinished, exactly," said 1, "like
an American humorist"
"Yes," said i'ierpont. "cheap. What
about that gold serpent?"
"Oh, the Metropolitan Museum
bought it; you must see it, It's titer
Harris and I'ierpont hail lighted i
their cigarettes and, after a moment,:
we all rose and lit rolled out to the!
lawn, where ehaira and hammocks
; were placed tinder the maple trees. ;
i David passed, gun under arm, doss ,
! heeling. j
"Three guns on the meadows at four i
; tills afternoon," said Plerpont.
"Hoy," said Harris as David bowed i
"what did you do yes-
Tim story (if.i'iis In Now York, Key t'ar
Ji'lihiii', tin' story-teller, Int-pi'i-tins ;i queer
r"plilo owned ly CenrKP (iudln-y of Tif
funy's. ltny, anil Harris nnd I'it rpotit,
two frlemls. (Npuit mi :i hiiiitini,' trip to
'irillu:il Won. is. a rather oIikiuiv Ineiil
'.ty. Hau ls revi-nli d tin- fact that lie hail
nlni'i the si'Cl'ot serviro fur the Jiiirpose
of running down ;i k:ihs ef cold makers.
iTof. l.alJi'aiiKe, nu diseovei Inn the
khiik's formula. Iia-i hcen mysteriously
killed, Harris re.-eiwd a telegram of in
Atriiotlniis. Hi! an. I I'ierpont sot out to
locale the roM making jjani;. A valet re
ported seeini; a queer ('hinatnan In tho.
supposedly untenanted woods. Hoy went
huiithiir. Mo fell nsltxp In a dell, (in
awakening Ik; Ih-IicM u lieautlflll Kill at a
I sent him off to lied, saying I should
keep the dogs with me all night; and
when ho w as gone, 1 took a good long
draught of ale, "just to F-hanie the
devil," as Pierpont said, and lighted
a cigar. Then I thought of Harris and
Pierpont, and their cold bed, for I
knew they would not dare build a fire,
nnd, iu spite of the hot chimney corner
and the crackling blaze, I shivered in
"I'll tell Harris and Pierpont the
whole story and take then to see the
carved stone and the fountain," I
"Viought to myself; what a marvelous
dream It was Ysonde If it was a
Then I went to the mirror and ex
amined the faint white mark above
About eight o'clock next morning,
ns I Fat listlessly eyeing my coffee cup
which llowlett waa filling, Gamin and
Mioche set up a howl, and in a mo
ment more I heard Harris step on the
"Hello, Hoy." said Pierpont,' stamp
ing into tho dining-room, "I want my
breakfast, by jingo! Where's Howlett
none of your cafe an lait for me I
want n chop and some eggs. Look at
that dog, he'll wag the hinge off his
tail in a moment "
"Pierpont," said I, "this loquacity is
astonishing but welcome. Where's
Harris? You are soaked from neck
Pierpont sat down and tore off his
stiff, muddy leggings
"Harris is telephoning to Cardinal j
Springs I believe he wants some of.
his men down! Gamin, on idiot! J
Howlett. three eggs poached and more ;
toast what was I saying? Oh. about '
Harris; he's struck something or other,
which he hopes will locate these gold-'
making fellows. 1 had a jolly time;
he'll tell you about it."
"Hilly! Hilly!" 1 said, in pleased
amazement, "you are learning to talk! '
Dear me! You load your own shells
and you carry your own gun and you
fire it yourself hello! here's Harris,
all over mud. You follows really ought
to change your rig whow! what a
"It's probably this," said Harris,
tossing something onto the hearth, j
where it shuddered for a moment and
then began to writhe; "I found It in
the woods by the lake. Do you know
what it can be, Koy?"
To my disgust I saw It was another
of those spidery, wormy, crablll-e
creatures that Godfrey had in Tlf
"I thought I recognized that acrid
odor," 1 said; "for (he love of the
Faints, take it. nway from the break
fast." I replied, firmly. "Howlett, get
a broom and sweep that thing into the
road. What are you laughing at, Pier
llowlett swept, the repulsive crea
ture out and Harris and Pierpont went
to change their dew-soaked clothes for
dryer raiment. David came to take
the dogs for nn airing and in a few
minutes Harris reappeared and sat
down In his place at the head of the
"Well." said I, "is there a story to
"Yoi not much. They are near the
hike on the other side of the woods
I mean theso gold-makers. I shall
collar one of them this evening. I
haven't located the main gang with
any certainty shove the toast rack
this way, will you, Hoy no, I am not
nt all certain, but I've nailed one, any
way. Pierpont was a great help, real
ly, and. what do you think, Hoy?
lie wants to join the secret service!"
"ICxnctly. Oh, I'll dissuade him.
What sort of a reptile was that I
brought in? Did Howlett sweep it.
"lie can sweep It hack again for nil
1 care," 1 said indifferently. "I've
finished my breakfast."
"No," sail! I '..i iris, hastily, swallow
ing hi toffee. ' ' of no Importance;
you '.' a ' i ;:v ;'hMu; the bist "
and started on
This was tho question that I had j
been expecting. All night long I had j
dreamed of Ysonde and the glade in
the woods, where, at the bottom of j
the crystal fountain, 1 saw the roller-j
tion of her eyes. All the morning'
while bathing and dressing I had been ;
persuading myself that the dream was j
not worth recounting and that ai
search for t lie? glade and the linagin- j
ary stone carving would be ridiculous.
' Hut now, as Harris asked the ques- j
1 tion, I suddenly decided to tell him !
the whole story.
I "See here, you fellows," I said ab-:
; ruptly, "I am going to tell you some-
I thing queer. You can tough as much
ns you please, too, but first I want, to
ask Harris a question or two. You
have been in China, Harris?"
"Yes," said Harris, looking straight
into my eyes.
"Would a Chinaman bo likely to
"Have you seen a Chinaman?" ho
asked in a quiet voice.
"I don't know; David and I both
Imagined we did."
Harris and Pierpont exchanged
"Have you seen one, also?" I de
manded, turning to include Pierpont.
"No," said Harris, slow'.y; "but I
i i.i . j
has been, a j
know that there is, or
Chinaman in these woods."
"The devil!" said I.
"Yes." said Harris, gravely;
devil, if you like a devil a ni
of the Kuen-Yuin."
1 drew my chair close to the ham
mock where Pierpont lay at. full
lengih, holding out to me a ball of
"Well?" said I. examining tho en-,
graving on the surface, which repre
sented a mass of twisted creatures ,
dragons, I supposed. '
"Well." repeated Harris, extending
his hand to take the golden ball, "this
globe of gold engraved with reptiles!
and Chinese heiroglyphies is the sym-;
bed of the Kuen-Yuin."
"Where did you get It?" I askeu.
feeling that something startling way'
"I'ierpont found it by the hike at
sunrise this morning. It Is the sym-;
bo! of the Kuen-Yuin," he repented; ;
"tli'i terrible Knen Yuln, the sorcer
ers of China, and the most murder-;
ously diabolical sect on earth." ;
We puffed our cigarettes in silence
until Harris rose, and began to pace,
backward and forward among the!
trees, twisting his gray mustache. I
"The Kuen-Yuin are sorcerers," ho j
said, pausing before the hammock!
where Pierpont lay watching hlni; "I !
mean exactly what I say sorcerers. 1
I've Keen them I've seen them at
their devilish business, and I repent)
to you solemnly, that as there are
angels above, there Is a race of devils
on earth, and they are sorcerers.
Hah!" In- cried, "talk to me of Indian I
magic and Y'ogls and nil that clap-1
trap! Why, Hoy, I tell you that the!
Ktin-Yuln have absolute control of
1flO.OO(),(!(J() people, mind and body,
body and soul. Do you know what
goes on In the; interior of China?
Docs Kuropo know could any human
being conceive of the condition of
that gkantir: hell pit? You read the
papers, you hear diplomat ie twiddle
! about Id Hung (-hang and the cm
I poror, you see accounts of ha' ties on
sea and land, and y ou know ihat .Japan
has raised a toy tempest uluiig the
! lagged cduc of the great unknown.
Hut you never before heard of the
Kuen-Yuin; no, nor has any Kuropean
except a stray missionary or two, and
! yet 1 ti.il you that when th" tires from
I this pit of hell have eaten Ihrnuch
the continent to the const.
plosion will Inundate half a
i and Gcd help the oilier halt'.'
Piorponl's cigarette went out; he
ikiited another, und looked hard at
"Hut." resumed Harris, quietly,
" 'aut.klent unto tho day,' you know
I didn't Intend to say as much as I
did It would do no good oven yoa
aud I'ierpont will forget it It seems
so impossible and so far away ltko
tli1 burning out of the sun. What I
w.m to discuss Is the possibility or
probability if a Chinaman a member
ot ihi Kuen-Yuin, being here, at this
moment, In the forest."
"If he Is." said Pierpont, "possibly
the gold-makers owe their discovery
"I do not doubt It for a second,"
said Dan i.i, earnestly.
I took the little golden globe In my
hand, and examined the characters en-
graved upon it.
"Harris," said Pierpont, "1 can't be
lieve in sorcery while I am wearing
one of Sanford's shooting suits, in the
pocket of which rests an uncut volume
of the 'Duchess.' "
"Neither can 1." I said, "for I read
the Kvci.ing Post, and I know Mr.
Godkiu would not allow It. Hello!
What's the matter with this gold
"What Is the matter?" said Harris,
"Why why it's changing color
purple, no, crimson no, It's green I
mean good heavens! theso dragons
tire twisting under my fingers"
"Impossible!" muttered Pierpont,
leaning over me; "thoso are not
"No!" I cried, excitedly; "they aro
pictures of that reptile that Harris
brought back see seo how they
crawl nnd turn"
"Drop it!" commanded Harris; and
I throw the ball on the turf. In an In
stant we had all knelt down on the
grass beside It, but the globo was
again golden, grotesquely wrought
with dragons and strange signs.
Pierpont, a little red In the face,
picked it up, anil handed It to Harris.
Ho placed It on a chair, and sat down
"Whew !" said I, wiping the perspir
ation from my face; 'how did you
play ns that trick, Harris?"
"Trick?" said Harris, contemptu
ously. I looked nt Pierpont, and my heart
sank. If this was not (rick, what was
it? I'ierpont returned my glanco and
colored, but all he said was: "It's
devilish queer," and Harris answered;
"Yes, devilish." Then Harris asked me
a":iilii to tell my story, and I did. be
ginning from tho time I 'met David
In the spinney to the moment when I
sprang Into the darkening thicket
whero that yellow mask had grinned
like a phantom skull.
"Shall we try to find tho fountain?"
1 asked after a pause.
"Yes and er the lady," suggest
ed I'ierpont, vaguely.
"Don't be an as," I said, a little Im
patiently, "you need not como, you
"Oh, I'll come," said Pierpont, "un
less you think I am Indiscreet "
"Shut up, I'ierpont," said Harr.s,
"this thing is serious; I never heard of
such u glade or such a fountain, but
it's true that nobody knows this for
est thoroughly. It's worth whole try
ing for; Koy, can you find your way
back to it?"
"Knsily," 1 answered; "when shall
"It will knock our snlpo shooting
on the head," said Pierpont, "but when
one lia-i tho opportunity of finding a
live dream-lady "
1 rone, deeply offended, but Flerpont
was not very penitent nnd his laughter
"The lady's yours by right of dis
covery." he said; "I'll promise not to
infringe on your dreams I'll dream
about other ladles "
"Come, come," said I, "I'll have
llowlett put you to bod In a minute.
Harris, If you aro ready we can get
bar-!: to dinner"
Harris bad risen and was gazing
at til earnestly.
hat s the matter? I asked nerv
ously, for I saw that his eyes wero
fixed cm my forehead, and I thought
of Ysonde and the white crescent
"Is that a birthmark?" said Harris.
"Yes why, Harris?"
"No'hlng an Interesting coinci
dence" "What! for heaven's sake!"
"The scar or rather the birthmark.
It is the print of the dragon's claw
the crescent symbol of Yuo-Laou "
(Ti I UK CONTINl'KD.)
ONE KIDNEY CCNC
After Doctors Said
Was No Hope.
fylvanus O. Verrill, Milfonl. Me.,
mjs: "Five years ago a bid Injury
paraly.oi! mo and
affected my kid
lieys. My back hurt
Hie terribly, llhd
the urine was bad
ly disordered. Doc
tors said my right
kidney wai practi
cally dead They
said I couM never
walk again. I lead
of lVvm'a Kidney pills and beaif us
liu them. Due box made mo stronger
and freer from pain. 1 kept on n-in.;
tlietu and In three months was able to
ami the kidneys
1 Improved rap
crutches and to
friends was soon
pet out tui crutche:
were net i ng hotter.
Idly, discarded tho
the wonder of my
completely cured "
Sold by all dealers, f.0 cents
Poster Milh'irn Co.. Huffalo, N
FULL OF HARMONY
I"' 'r.VA 'f-K -irv
Old Sport I suppose you've ionic
of a musical family?
Tho Other Musical! Hles:i you, sir,
why even our dog's got a brass baud
round Its neck!
A Black Eye for Home.
It Is a coining fashion to hire a hall
to entertain your friends, to give din
ner parties In n hotel, to be married
In a church, to be taken to a hospital
when you are sick and to an under
taker's as soon as you die, and bit
there until the funeral. Tin; tendency
Is to conduct all public occasions
away from home. The home Is get
tlng a black eye. Atchison (Kan.)
the full confidence of tho Well-informed
of tho World and the Commendation of
the must omitivnt physician it was essen
tial that the roiinonent parti of Syrup
of 1'igs and l lixir of Senna should bo
Ivii iwii to and approved by thcni; there
fore, the California I'ig Syrup Co. pub-li.-!ic."
a full Mateiiieht with every package.
The pc rfei t purity nnd uniformity of pro
dui't, which they demand in a laxative
remedy of an ethical character, are as.uircd
by tho Company ' original method of man
ufacture known to the Company only.
The le.'.H of Culiferni.i aro used iu the
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Sentri t-i promote the pleasant taste, but
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To pet its lu niiicial effects always buy
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You Arc In Danger
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Keep a bottle of
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Lungs, in fact, nil disrascs caused
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Recommended and sold by drug
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Dcarness Cannot lie Cured
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mm nil M'i:'ii! I't On' l-.iMiirhfcill Julie. W'lirn tlim
tiiiii- I'lli tiiH'U you lutve n riiinliiiiiic i iiml or u:i
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imt ii'i liill.inn-il roiulillnn nt Ihc niurmin purf-ni.
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DimCiihh Cr'iuM'il liy i-atarili) thai rMilinl lie nm-il
by Hull's CHarrli c uri Si-ml tnf i-lu-uliirs. tnv.
K. J. I III.NhV A CO.. Jolnl'l. O.
Hl'l liv Dnn'clst. 7 .i'.
Juke irm 1-nmili' Clin tor MintUallun.
The Beauty of th ree.
Whether In fiiinmer, autumn, spring
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serves to endear it to all that coino
under Its Influence. From "Our
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Clarence- II. Weed.
Important to Mothors.
Examltio carelully every bottlo of
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Infants and children, and bco that it
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I v. I ,i'V. I In ml nt W trnnsln. fli'ttl in un i
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i SAI.ZEU SEED CO., Bo W, la Cro.. Wi.
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UlTllt'H Cl.tltlfi Illl'ttftU
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IMi o "..V.
II ivc you fit iff or awiillen Joints, no mnt
ti'r linw ctirmiU'V At your ilrugKiHt fur
Mutiynif Khi'iitimtKm Itemnly aud tea
Low ipilekty ynti will lie etirpil.
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Munyoii'H Vltiilhser iniiKcs nenk tnra
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I'rof. Hunynn hn. Junt IhhiipiI b Mnirnilnr)
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auui k lie nillrc-sii4
The Muiuon Company, Philadelphia.
320 ACRES INSTEAD
OF 160 ACRES
Ai further inducement
to irJllrmfnt of tha
vlirat-rising land ol
Western Canada, the
lint increased the area
lliat may Le taken by a
liomrtHidrr to 320 arret- 160 bee ami 160 to
he Hinli.ivd at $ 3.(10 per acre, 1'hese landa
are in the grnin-rnisinK arra, wlirrn mixed farming
u aUo earned on with uiupiahtied mcceu. A
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ing the wotld't mm tell a thousand milet neater
lltrta xvlieat-field.i, wlirin aclioolt and churchej
arn convenient, tlimnle rxcellenl, rilway cluteto
all KtlleiuenU, and local maikrU good,
"it would take time to amlmUnt the revela
tion that a Vint to the (rent empire lying to
the Noith of un iinlohlrd nt every turn."
I.'iwvpon.ivi. e of a A.iffiuf h lllor,V)ho 1ISlUJ
Wtsttm CjnjJi in Aujust,
I Milt may alio he purcltaied from railway and
Luid contpanici at low pricea and on eaiy terma,
For pnmphletii, mnpa and information aa to
low railway rule, npply to Superintendent
of Inimi;nitlon, Ottnwo, Cunmlii, or tha
aulhorlied Cunudlun Govevnnient Af ent:
BOI Nfw York Lilt Bulletin. Oratba. Nekrailt,
In un-nt mrletT formic at the lowert nrlret by
a. n. art HH.iiMinKi o iiuo.. in.ui.i .ciiIwm
I.IVK STOCK AND
W. N. U., OMAHA, NO. 7, 1909.
In Ubo For Over .'JO Years.
Tho Kltid You Have Always nought.
. Tho recordlriK atinol probably
doesn't pay any attention to tho lies a
man tells when ho Is In lovo.
I-'nr CoukIih, Asthma nml I.unij Troubles,
nso "ltiuwn's Kriiiiililnl Trcirhii"." LT,
ni h u Imx. HunipJi H (iciil frco by John 1.
Uruwn & Hon, l!u.stni, Mush.
Kven a wise man occasionally has
time for the aiily chatter of a pretty
pny li)c fur i ith not ho uood. i our deal
er or Lewis' factory, IVoria, 111.
Lewis' Finidc! r.iridcr utraicht 5c.
One poor turn deserves another
from the organ grinder's viewpoint.
I'n Allf'lCa l-'iMit-I'liai
CnreKtlrei1.tirliini,r.sivi.iiMiiictri-t. Trial paekno
free. A. 8. OliustcU. J.- 1U , N. V.
STOLEN MONEY WELL INVESTED.
Thief Returns Amount Taken with
More Than Compound Interest.
The happiest man In New York Is
Adam lu-cde, chef n a lunchroom,
fher 20 years ao P.rede depnMtod fofl
In tho i-'eiittin'is' Hank for Savings.
With a friend he attended a festival
that, illicit, and when he left tho hall
he fo;i:id thai both hU friend and his
bankbook had dlsap euiod, Tho other
nl.'.'lit he cnco.iiitc ri d lii.i friend, who
greeted him effusively, and said:
''Here Is thai bankhool:, Adam. It
ha.-t hurt my conscience for 23 years,
but it was the tneant of paving my
life. Al'ief leaving New York I went
to Albany. From there I drifted out
to S.in I'taMci-co. where I idarti cl n
fruit buiiinc ss. I prospered, and at tho
end of IS years was worth nlnut f " ).
flOH. I anlvcd liem last Sunday at.d
have 1 n lookltp; for you ever hi'ice"
He then hiiiid"d over the bankbook
i :ul ?."i inn) for Interest.
"Kasy money" Is the kind that
ways comes to the other fellow.
Mn, Vlnlow' Soothlnir Kyrnp,
For ehllilren tectlilnir, nuft'-n the f"!,i, reiluee tn
flaiiuiialiuu, ;i) b piilu, cured wUiil eul Iu. c CkiIUo.
The flngfr of fate Is one that Is In
Slniest every pie.
isi. miu ,
QCRMANY, aennnfrr irnialler thanTni. ernw tnnm th&n nnftrlf ihm wIiaIa Af Tn.
rop" .ut t'iL'1'iin r. v, i,j I Miuliwinu U.Cltrull iiiuiikodj olM.liutUieauweonlr pedlfraav
CMPEROR WILLIAM OATS.
JO. Ii-i.. 1 hnnMi'i-in ot Aiui rimn furuior trlwl H laul tar aud are limit and narrwal lulta amltav
Xrlul (lackate i.
. . .i REJUVENATED WHITE OONANZA OATS.
Pntwrt WilteI...iiiAiitii, HI jr or-. t....k tlm noriil prlicuf l; o (IOIn (nM for tha
lieatiem yici.nni out ,n..iv, eniri-il.. ii'lintiiKinirrrKiiin lurr.) Wa b njuranU4
tlila out ami uli.-r llumiuuMiiuctlilne ipilloliovo iliounlinir.
HFADQUARTma TOM ACmCULTCRAU COLLCCS tICO
mii'h an Mlnniv..,i s. a n, y nt,, wimiimn Homlirh Out, Hilerlirui aer (Wl. Ho. S).
Miiiii-.ot 1.,.. ami o. 11,6 lirle, Uluumoi So. aua Monn Dkkul Mut 1M t iu. CermI
VV liuat, ulc.. tic.
Wa hava fayall odd tha lirjtM 6EED potato trade In tha world! '
vim ol ouf collun lon hold Su.000 kushala I
bta SCCO, PLANT AMD TOOL DOOK PKBB.
IV P-iMlfh ttie mint oriiiin.i mhI nttal In Aninrli-a. It brlnUiw with aned ttionihte.
Or. II ). -i r n.it 10c In tnniarKlllwm ;im a riiiirllil lot of furmaewl hiiiuIw. In.
elnili'iir l.nii. n ln.iiurOrunrt.ti.i. 12 ton W,.i,.lor, Hii..l, thi.aobu.er.-ln.l lir i,ro.lli t
Hit t I. .ni iirl y. icI'IIiik t'3 bu. tier, re. t-neihor wltiicluror, tlinuilir. frMa.e.eia..
Worth StU.OJ r iinr l.iati nimn y to i-lrUrt llirn.wllli.
Or j emit I to nnd v nl ml J a ptuugii ut a Now 1 rm ueed KoTaltr Barer before eaaa by ;e
pi M PI
Pink Eye, Fplzootlc
ti Catarrhal Fever
P'irr rtirr nnl rooltlT! pruTtmtlva, no matter how hnrr t iit tgtmnt lnfctw1 or
l iuii. ifivf n dti i no innirtif; miw ou iii'mni tiiiu uiAnui exim mm
Alitl In a 111.
f. r how t
ftint i'i.rt ,
i urnttrt irntii tin n v. ( iifcm IMiU'Iiiht In l) nntl hliwi, antl f liulr In
ij.r,''ii.liTii hvopinrk r'inly . t urm I a (trlr4i ftiuonu huniftii blort
KuiiM'V rMntxiy. hafuitil II iMittlv. Umiv Hum axrn
y.MirdniKUt. tin will tfut u lorou. km Uuukivt.
this out. Kosu
GOSHEN, IND.a U. S, A.
t i in
A (ldvorlup that la tmeil tliennnte na lemon
nr vuiillla. Ily li-.-ol vlnii (.thiiuIiiIi-iI Ntiirnr
In n aler nml ailnliitf Mapleine, di'lictona
hyrup luado ion a hymp better Itian maple.
M.ili'lno In Mild tir irroefM. If not sond Hficfor
'int. Imt. und reel pc book. Irtwmi.'j. ., Hlll.
Have Faith In Yourself.
Without re.b"st In f "f In your
.ibillty In at c-einij'isli yen t.evcr will
"en 1 1! ('i ! .ii. You lullft bi'llevo In yemr
iill and tint i!oi"i;'l ou nlheiH to d:ai
von up tho leli;!:trf to bucccis.
for . the
I', ti, l .l. UlUit
misled by imitations
The genuine sold everywhere
FUTHAM FADELESS DYES
Calif more gool! briohter and Imter epte hm arno'Ser rfo. flio t )e cnekaae crtora all fibers. Thei rtw In enld oatcr belter lhn an? ether ti. Vaucandra
tiuja'niwltiUiiutfipi.iga;jrU VM.latcrl'ualounot-SjataUi'), llluui.aJMiiteioit. MOMROE DRUG CO., Qulncy, lltlnol.
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