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YOU SEE THEM
Spit and Smoke
randy r-filhnrlt niM
ca.-y, boiii by iim,
The great success of the chocolate preparations of
the house of Walter Baker & Co. (established
in 1780) has led to the placing on the market
many misleading and unscrupulous imitations
of their name, labels, and wrappers. Walter
Baker & Co. are the oldest and largest manu
facturers of pure and high-grade Cocoas and
Chocolates on this continent. No chemicals are
used in their manufactures.
Consumers should ask for, and be sure that
they get, the genuine Walter Daker & Co.'s goods.
WALTER BAKER &
STEEL WEB TICKET FENCE.
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H.M M M M M M M M M I ' '
r i w ir ( m tttttt i r i
4De Kalb Fence Co.,
SEND FOR ONE OF THE NEW.
HAMLIN'S WIZARD OIL
T" r!! wi rt-.o'.- . 1- 4 1 1 of '.-fi;)-i Sr"i, i r. I N t, U
of Ihr r.-al V ..f that MMH 1:1 I I. Ill Ml.liV.
HVl IN T. MAHO Oil CO., CHICAGO. I L.
NN V; twiK
I fr rrsit'n; iliiM - thin fi!i, t)rrtlts, !flii atf !
I Ur l.i.i.l for all mii !i iMi-n, wmtit ii, or iIuMp ii i i S nn s
Y I'VIMI'S, Ur I.)..j!iij !.it" tnl'iMlltil Ulllt t'li t,
Will t.in- uji th ittin, lln 'i!'t,. !ii w lilf. im; t .,v
t!ir t"t' an lit tji ilif .tiT,. Tin of iv w l.l- v. ill
! a f (Itrton.' .i n! h-il h nils whicli trin.' with it !ht. 'h,
i '"'utt a". I 1 ' t ! I.,ltiii-,
ttott 5i Mownc, Ncv Vurh,
tho l'oelincra of
vouth to the nre-
maturolv old man.
It roatorca lost vicor.
You mav train tea
pounds in ton days.
TOBilOCO HABIT CURE.
buy and try a box to-day. It
only jtl. Your own drucrtrist
will cuarantoo a euro or money re
funded. Booklet, written guarantee of cure
freo. Address nearest office.
STERLING REMEDY CO.,
MONTREAL, CAN. NEW YORK.
fOi.it 'nation. I'urelv ve'etu.liln, Htunnth 8ni
crywiii'iv, Ri:urantcct to euro. Uuly 100.
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CABLED FIELD AS'D HOG FENCE.
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I M.i'tnc lfiiiulni Mrv .il.ilf lu U
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121 High Street.
DE KALB, ILL.
for all such.
1 1 w nunv iu!-: f'.U
luyf tlu' will, ! mt noj.owi r
to li in;4 'iit tlif ir ii.'iit) ;
.ctjil' who :.!nj JiKc
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ah Uruistut. s . nJSi.
Starling T.at In I.lfo.
Iu the recently published life of thi
late Sir E. l. Hamley appears one ol
' hia favorite stories, which has reference
to Capt. Brook, riding master at th
, Cadet college. Brooks was anxious U
; enter his son at Wellington college, and
i started one day to walk to the collcgo
from tho station. Seeing Broadmoor
Lunatic a3ylum, he confounded the one
establishment with the other, walked
up, and rang the bell.
lie asked tho porter if be could see
tho principal. When the latter op-
' peared Brooks thought him a queer-
looking figure for an instructor of
youth. Bnoks said:
"I wish to put my hoy under you.
charge if you can take him."
"Oh. yc3," said the man, "is he a bad
"Bad easel" exclaimed Brook. "Wha'.
on earth do you menu? There's not a
better boy In England. The only thing
I fear is that he may bo too o'd."
"Why, how old Is her
"He is eighteen."
"Pish! we take them up to eighty."
"Why," said Brook again in high
dudgeon, "if he does not come hero till
eighty, what time do you stipposo he's
going to get his commission?" Pear
Howard There goes a modern arg
A'gcnion What golden fleece Is h
Howard Old Aatorbllt's ewe lamb.
Kpiwh-Maklni; In Kentucky.
As Judge Lurton of Tennessee was
once going through Texas he met an old
Texan, who described at length the
people that had settled In his neighbor
hood, a large number of them having
tome from Kentucky.
"And there's them Kaiuluckians,"
f?:iid he. "They're the speakin'est peo
ple I ever see in my life, fer a fact.
Why, whenever wo hev a shootin'
match, a camp-meetin', a wcddlu', e.r a
fun'ial, you kin Jest bet that them
Kaintui klans will be thar, and afora
you knows It they'll bo a-ofTerin' reso
lutions and a-makln' speeches till you
cnin't rest. To tell the truth, Jedge,
they cain't cut a watermelon without a
Wife- If I had known before we wort
married that you swore so, I never
would have married you.
The Husband (sadly) That's what
:omc3 of being a hypocrite. Life. '
Kloiitlnif 1. mix In,
"I went shooting yesterday." "What,
aas tho game law expired?" "Oh, yes;
nothing else did, though." Chicago
"You say that horse isn't afraid of
anything. Can my wife drive him?"
"I don't know, sir. I have never seen
your wife." Life.
.Smokeless powder has been Intro
duced at West Point. Tho cadets wear
it on their coat l.tpcis for every dance.
The St. Louis girl wrote: "Don't
phalc to bo lhar." Her Kansaa City
b'-ati replied: "I will be thar; there's
no sufli word as phal" Inter Ocean.
Laura (Joorge, look at that dog!
Will he bite? George-Bite? If he's n
dog of any Judgment, Lairrn, he'll try
to eat you! (let out, you brute! Chi
"I'd like to sell you a good wh"el -on'y
been u:-e;l a month; 1S'J5 model,
iniftimatl'! tires " "No uvf to try,
I've a pneumatie poeketbouk."-Indianapolis
Mis. S.viet Do yon fin l It ecorom
iral lo do your own cooking? Mrs.
Hum m -Dti, yes; my husband doesn't
eat half rs much as v lien we had a cook.
Hobby - What Is tho difWenm
uveen nitia and water? Paw
dnu;.Ut will how you, tnv ton, tint
the tiiffi'iTtice i.i merely the prlie. -Sv
pi'.'irjr's I. it'
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A Trondorrnll ln;eniouii Autonittoa
Mini tu I ranee.
The in tustry of buildin1 automa
tons has been thoroughly revive I in
Franc. One of tho latest specim -:is
is the. "spinnin? jrirl," an excepti.in
ally inseniuiis automatic flfrure. Tho
spinner is arrsye 1 iu the picturesque
style of th YVattcau p-riol. The
face looks vory natural, and the hair
trembles in cr sp curls around the
pretty foreli? 1 1, caused by the mo
tion of tho fi.nt and han is un 1 tho
drivin? meehanii'ti. The ajtioa of
tho spinniti!,' wluvl is quite realistic,
and the spinner's ha 'id seems t' twist
the thread as she ih-.uvs it from tha
loom and winds it out y the spool.
The buildiujr of an automaton of
this kind is a very com pi lea ted affair.
Tho whole schema mu.il lirst be out
lined and designed, befiv. a model
can b. ma lo of It either iu clay or In
wax, from which a hollow mold is
cast Every important part of tho
figure is represented iu this mold.
Great care is bestowed upon tho
costume, so as to conform witli tho
epoch from which tho subject is
taken. Tho mechanism is always
complicated, and requlrosaa especial
ly inventive tfouiui. As a rale tha
clock-work movement is employed.
Tho Frenchman, Vichy, is considered
to be tho greatest automaton artist
of the day, and has done much to re
vive this ancient art nni'iuff the me
chanical geniuses of the closing cen
tury. Ilrr Dally I oixl,
"I love all that is betutiful in art
and nature," she was saying- to her
esthetic admirer. "I revel in the
green fields, the babbling brooks and
tho little wayside flowers. I feast on
tho beauties of the eartli and sky utid
air. They arj my daily life ami food
and" "Maudie!" cried out her
mother from the kitchen, not know
ing that her daughter's beau was in
tho parlor, "Maudie, whatever made
you go and eat that Mi: Jis'i of pota
toes that was left over from dinner'.'
I told you that wo wanted them
warmed up for supper. I declare if
your appetite isn't big enougli to
bankrupt your pa!"
I lllHO WIllll'liKl
There urn knuvi's now uml then met wlili
wlio reriif mint icriii'n lural hilti pt unci ihiInuii-.
OUH Stimuli IIS lliflllll'lll Ullll IT KiSWiM.l
iroirtlfs Hliln to tliiini! of HiNlittfrM Mimi
iii li Hit lira. ''In'fe minii,s only mu ici d in
toiNtiiiK their triiyhy i tiiiipiniiiils upon jico,n
nusuiiiiiliiti'f iili i lie ki'iiiiInc uiilclc which
Ih us iiiin h tlii lropiiosliii ii h day Ii to iiUfljt.
Auk uud tulii- i;ii hiiI Mlitiilf lor the iiuiiil
reineily tor inaliiila. iIvhik'hhIii, cuiistii uiluti,
rbeuiuutisui a mi kiilncy tiotible.
Mrs. N.: "We will have to have a
speaking tube from the dining luom to
Mr, N.: "Why?"
Mrs. N.: "Wi-ll, I must gel some way
of talking to the cook, without having
her throw dishes at me." Truth.
"I guess Tirother (ioodh'igh is not
fc ling well."
"What makis you third: so?"
"Ho did not go to sleep during
service this morning." Trutli,
A ( lillil I iijojs
Hie pleasant llavor, gentle action and
soothing effects of Syrup of Figs, when in
need of a laxative, and if tho fatslier or
mother bo costive or bilious, Ihe most
gratifying results follow its u.ne; so that it
Is tho best family remedy known, ami every
family should havo a bottle on hand.
Miss Elsa Hfirhi lson has obtained
permission of King Oscar of Sweden to
plead at the university of fps.ihi. She
will be the llrst woman LI,. I). In that
f T8 -AIIFIttopwil fiwby Ir. K Ilnr'nOrfnt
Ner Krulorer. .N KnifiM-1 he iii-m ui 'n in-e.
lurvrluueiin-H. Tral leaii'l 8'Jt nil I Mil 1 1" fii l
r 11, cut.'., bend tu Or. klint-.U A An ii.l.,l'inia.,J .
He: "What a fine sh'l Miss W'umans
She: "Yes: she Is a man among
"Hanson's Slag-io Corn Salv."
Warranted to eilr or monejr rtiliimleil. Aik yuul
Iru'ifl.t fur It. i'i Ire IS cent.
"Why do you stay In re niid starve"'.'
"I've got to. I've p.iil a. mouth's
board In advanre. "Truth.
rivry ino knoivi Iiht It I.
lo inffer Willi mrn'. ru 1 lle-y mi- mil i''.nli!r!vi lo
(isiMifal wikli'(. Kriie'vv ilu in Willi Hi u e h i rn.
Mrs. Oiadi'ine nu tu 1 1; i-. ;h ii s "f
I.imi In the vi' inity of N'iagm F.iU said
lo be worth $.',,ihhi.
Mn.T Inflnnnrrii eomliinn I o reil'ien linilt !i
I i II, fl .ri(i-r Ullilt. 'I In' leMiui,; pr r.l'H ut
1 .im-r onuiL-r l..ulc l .1 im emu i.,e a int.
A woman with tl'nvs I like wine w'Mi
nuliilee, A Ionic may le. i:i-ei s.-urj ,
hut It Is not iH-ctar. Truth.
Tit: Volume id TiO ('!.' jltml
in ti ti..
Sr'i.tl S.i ,mif KanVti, J udi. m
( anl r.tMt t-i ri U r.-u.,
fjViaht t -H.-.C.'.-i.t.
, New Y4l'f, Wa.h.ctu!.'e j;,it-
il.y. t4.!rr 4b4 I'uunn of J,.y.
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TH YOUTH'S COMPANION, sc. Columbu Avenue,
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Highest Of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Kepon
.re Kvn I'orrnil to Tork Over a
Slmro of Tlmlr Tlpt.
Waiters in the foreign restaurants
of Loudon have distinct grievances
that should be remedied, if tho state
ments of a (ionium waiter are to bu
believed, lie makes complaint of tho
annoyance and anxiety suffered by
himself in common with other mem
bers of his class, owing to a system of
sweating of tbe most obnoxious kind
which, he asserts is practiced in res
taurants that are kept and mainly fre
quented by foreigners. Tho proprie
tors of these restaurants not only pay
their waiters nothing, but exact from
them a premium of sometimes us
much as half a sovereign for the priv
ilege of attending to tho wants of
customers, ami performing other
duties for twelve or sixteen hours a
day. In those rostatirauts largely
patronized by Englishmen and AniL-ri-cansjit
seems tbat th-se men are ablo
to earn a more or less meager iucama,
even iiiougu itu-ir masters impose a
further tax upon them by charging
tor attendance in tho bill, but where
the customers hail from countries in
which tipping does not obtain, they
ilnd tho struggle for existence botli
bitter and disappointing.
lie ltBiiiiliteil tlia I'olet.
James II. lived in t.plemlor in Paris
on tho charity of the French king,
who did everything ho could to aid
hitn. After tho decisive defeat In
Ireland he never made un nctivo ef
fort to resume the English throne,
lie was urged to offer himself as a
candidate for the throne of poliind.
but declined on account of the turbu
lent character of the Polish people.
"The English are rebellions enough
for me," he said, "without going
among these savage Poles," and the
speech, when reported, destroyed
every chance ho might have had of
a i a or i'ai-i;!:.
Tnr. Vorrn'o I'umi'anion Iiu liiviniin fpin'mi lie
ruiii'i' IIii-ii ( liiiriJlv h inini'tu until or wuniiiii In
(ii'i'iit lirliulii or liio I'nlii'il SiHii' Mli'i iini'ii mil nm
tribute In 1 lit jy tier rie'lt year, 'j lie n rllerii eu
Kiiyii fur JS!ifi iieiiil-i' to niuKu the iui(T mure m
UMi'tivr limn evrr liMui'i.
'lu tlime ntio uliuTltir it onre. neniliiiK 11.75,
the I'lihli.ht'r mul. i' mi r.triiiiriltiinry ufTer. to .eu't
life a lninilMitiir foiiT'i'iii," mlenilur. ; I III In.,
lUhi'tintplifit ti iilii lrlht i-oliirii. rrttill prli'i of
wlitrli pi WI eeuu, 'I nr. f 'umi'a mon,' free eiery weel;
I'i .Inn. I, l'ie. I hi' ilmiikKh Inn. CliiUlln.i mul
Ni Vi-m'i pniihlo N inn In r. free. nn. 'Jmc Con
I'lMUl lull enr. W week, In .full. I. 1 SOT. Ail
il i i-i-n I ii it Vui i ll Cune mu., iii'i 1 ulutnbua Al,
Poet: "Hope springs eternal In tho
Oynle: "Yes. That
appointment may n
Uty." Tim iinny Pun l ulu VMllry.
FOIl SALE The best improved
Earn he (farm I in Southern Colorado,
:;.'o acres. Addrc-s F. P. linker, To
peka, Kas., or N. U. Laker, Alamosa,
First Pair Hieyelist: "I don't see
why the mer should object, to our wear
ing bloomers, do you?"
Heiond Oilto: "Cure selfishness.
Tliey want to wear them themselves."
If the Itithy in Cutting Tcelh,
tlctiira aii'l iiu llmt'ul'l ami ell li lcil remeitr, Una
Wii.ow' SoorniMi Hvr.cr fur Children Tnetliiu.
Misfortune Is a blessing so well dls
Rt ised that somelliiies we have to wake
in another world to know It. Truth.
Co' t oiiii llaUmii
T ilir oplett huh l l. Ji nl Preati n,, aCoidrjiilrk.
-r Ii.hii aiijlliliiiiHM,. Jl. lmiiiivluije. 'IrviL
Miss Martini Carey Thomas, presi
dent of I'.ryil Mnwr colee, has been
elected t trustee of Cornell university.
I leliovo I'jKo'n ( utf fir Cotmiimjitlon
sael niylnv'i. Iif he-t mmiiiik-i-. .Mrs.
Al. I. IK Do; i.i. a, s, l.o liny. Mich , Oct. J'.l, 'IM.
MIsm Tl:eiesiiia l.al.rlnla has gradu
!t!i"l fioni ihe nr.ivi rsay of Jlome and
I 'i n liiloiilleil to Hi,, bar.
ku Uaa cr.aia, tatt.r. biatar ar.ry yJ hi mot Uua
"Si Timet a Vr." Subkrlptlnn. 91.79.
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IT 'i a t" fi2htcr 3X1(1 champion in every contest with 5
HVv()lLf $n 11 tnocIci 0ut m 'vctyjound. and on its belt is written,
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1 Att'ni "1 1 -;. t' !l 4, l iiy
, '! i f rt 0' iff, r fii ill I f,
JUST FOR FUN.
Friend And are you very happy?
Bride Very. Almost every day I hear
of some other girl who would have
Jumped at tbe chance to marry my husband.
The Greatest flcdical Discovery
of the Age.
DONALO KENNEDY, F ROXBURY, MASS.,
Has discovered in one of our common
pasture weeds a remedy that cures every
kind of Humor, from the worst Scrofuu
down lo a common Pimple. 1
lie has tried it in over eleven hundred
cases, and never failed except in two cases
(botli thunder humor). He has now lu his
possession over two hundred certificates
of its value, all within twenty miles of
Boston. Send postal card for book. t
A benelit is always experience!) from
the lirst bottle, and k perfect cure is war
ranted when the riylit quantity is taken.
Wi .'ii the hums are affected it caujjj
shooting pains, like needles passing'
through them; the same witli the Liver
or Bowels. This is caused by the' ducts
being stopped, and always disappears in a
week after taking it, Head the label.
II the stomach is foul or bilious it will
cause squeamish feelings at first.
No change of diet ever necessary. Eat
the best you can get, and enough of it.
Dose, one tablespoonful in water at bed
time. Sold by all Druggists.
g will relieve
Pains In your Back, Sides,
Muscles, Joints, Head. etc.
nd all Kidney Troubles;
Rheumatism, Gout, An
aemia, and other Blood
Troubles, caused by sick
A few boxes will
cure. -, w
All ilrnpniata. or mnileil
piwlptttd for 5U-. mr bo. fgSi
Write fur pamtiHIet.
HOBO'S MEDICINE CO , V
Ch cijo. San Franoied, fiS5)
U l iH'H'ilitiM th b!f.
iNevrr Fails to Keator Grtr
Xt,.tm . m Vnnlkfii I nsTa
Cum ip 1teH it hair ftiluif.
MM STOVE REPAIR Works
Mtovo Hrpalrn for 10,000 eirTrrrnt atovra
UidrancM, JaoU loutlua Mt. , Omaha,
LUKlS Vlttht ALL tlbt IAIL5.
tiuh Syrup. '1 a'ua Oood. '
Heat Couif ti
Sul-I hy nrnimlnta.
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