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uetoi letters to spell a many word .
too ra by ( the leltore u many U
aa toi wmb. Miner tiuiim or i inruli,
bat not M6 bo ume letter In uiakla uj
one word mora Una than H appaan la
It la aald ivTT-riTB im all KoflUh
words can ba spelled correctly from the ten
letter cor.iaJaea in nroria"e elr. Ki
mn e: Wad. wait, soar, MoL etc. It too
are Rood at word-makint you can secure a
FREE trip to ma n aria a lair no. return,
as Tbe Scott Soed Company will pay all ex.
peosea. Including K K. far, hotel bills, ad
missions to tbe Colombian Exposition, and
tM In cash (or Incidental eipeoaes, to the
nrst person able to make ssvkxty word .
from the letters contained In "World',.
Fair." as above. They will also give a
FREE TBIP to tbe World's Fair and re
turn, with IS5 tor Incidental expenses, to
tbe flrst person sending siitv words us
above. They will also glre a FREE TRIP
to the World's Fair and return (without
cash (or Incidental expenses) to the first
Denton sending. Pirrr-riM words.
To tbe first person fend In 5 mitt word
will be given isu In rash towards paying
expenses to the World's Fair; to tbe nr.it
sendloc ro'iTt words will be ! an tib lu
cash towards paying espeusos to tbe
World's Fair; to tach of the first rive per
sons sending TiiiHTV-rive words will be
given 110 In cash; and to each of the first
ten sending tbihty words will be given Is
Only one prize will be awarded to the
same person. Write your name on list of
words (numbered) and Inclose the same
post-paid with fifteen United States 2-cent
stamps for a large puckaca of our Choice
English Gjttage Garden Fiower Seeds,
This combination Includes the latest and
most popular English flowers of endless
varieties (same as will be contained In the
elaborate exhibitor English flowers at the
World's Fair). .
This -World's Fair-- Contest will be care
fully and conscientiously conducted solely
for the purpose of Introducing our b uslness
In the United States. You will receive the
BKiUEHT value In flower seeds ever of
fered, and If you are able to make a good
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We are spending a large amount of
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Even When Called Incurable
Terrible Siege Sciatic llhenmatlam
Mr. Arthur Simon
Uttl ti'8, Oh:o.
''Tbey said I whs Incuruble, ttio doctors
(lid, but the result has proven that Hood's Hnr
aparilla was able to cure. I had Sciat
Rheumatism and w.b confined tc my bed six
Months. Three physician did not help mean
1 Was Given t'p to Die
When I was in the terrible condition, tmalil
lo wove hand or foot, I he-an to take 11 1 rt'
Sarsparilla The first bottle Jiad a ,ltt e c
feet, snd while taking the st ootid. I (ruined
riplilly that I could fit up in my chair. Mysv,
lein had Ivcn so run own by other med:ci t
ifhat it took me quite a whi e to r, cupcrute. H;
iltietime 1 had takeu four bottles of Hood's m
sparilla, I could walk around, and now,
J hate taken six t.,lt:ea, I am cured and can
.iloa good d iy's woik. I do not feel I can praise
Hood's , Sarsaparilla
'tiough.-' AKTin.'h 'mo.N Galatea, Ohio.
Hood's nils are ile best sficr-dlnnei
if Ills, nssiet digestion, cure headseli . 26c.
Fresh Air and Exercise.
force. There's need,too, of plenty
of Cod Liver Oil builds up flesh
and strength quicker than any
other preparation known to sci
ence. Scott's Emulsion is constantly ef
fecting Cure of Consumption,
Bronchitis and kindred diseases
, whtre other methods fail.
Prepared br Scott A Bnwna, N. Y. All dnunrists.
TkaTOH BKAKD 8LICKXR la warranted watrr
trod, end will Here yen dry In Uw hsntettitoro. The
saw rOMIUtb BLlCKBK Is a perfect rldlni coat, and
smntheaMlnsaaalo. BswarsaflmluUotts. Don't
bay a east If bo" FWi Brsid"U not on It. Illaetra
gOatasagas rrr. A.J. TOWEB, Bostoa, Mass.
In Vew York and Brooklrn that an.
ply of public school buildings 11 much
low than the demand.
A bill has been introduced In the
legislature of Wisconsin, which if ear.
ried, ill give a pension to teachers m
the public schools, This ia a move in
i!w right direction.
A bill has been introduced In the
legis ature of Xew Jersey, asking the
State to aid all private school that com
ply with certain conditions.
A woman was recently elected State
Superintendent of Public instruction
in Xorth Dakota. If reports are true,
she is administering the affairs pretain
ing to the office in a manner acceptable
St. Louis recently held the twentieth
anniversary of the establishment of its
first kindergarten. The event was
celebrated in a befitting manner, in
connection with the formal opening of
the public library building.
The serai-annual apportionment of
the school fund to the various coun
ties of the State was completed last
week by the State Superintendent of
Public Instruction. The total amount of
money so apportioned was $224,337.60.
Tfie pupils entitled to draw from this
fund number about 233,685.
A society was recently fouuded in
Germany for promoting education
upon tbe principles advocated by
Herbart. The first general meeting
was attended by more than two
thousand masters. Concerning the
training of teachers it was pointed out
that Herbart and his followers treated
education from the theontical stand
point, as a science. From its practical
side, as an art. This it was thought
defined in itself the necessary
qualifications of the teachers, and
hence what was essential in his train
ing. rJ he territory of Arizona seems to
be ibreast of the age. At least, there
is to excuse for ignorance, in that
portion of this great Republic. Every
child in the territory can receive a free
education, and if too poor to' purchase
ten books the school district must
furnish them free of cost. In the
school sectarian instruction is abso
lutely forbidden. The teachers are
paid good wages and from present
indications there seems to be no
reason why Arizona's educational
advantages should not be the pride of
The receipts of the Harvard Athletic
association for last year were 958,441.
President King announced at the
Harvard dinner recently that 854,000
had been raised to aid in the building
of a new club house.
The Troy Female Seminary is to
have a new dormitory which will
accommodate K0 boarders. The
money to be used for that purpose was
the gift of lttissel Sage. Yorily the
mauonaries are not vmnout tneir
The chair of oratorv in Cornell
university has been tendered to I'rof.
L). C. Lee, who was a graduate from
Colgate college in 1801. He is to re
eeive the assistant prolessorship.
The Medical school at Johns Hopkins
will be onened next October, although
the special building will not be com
pleted at that time.
Every Inch a Duchess,
First Duke Why don't you travel
incognito, as I do? It's far pleasanter.
Second Duke Yes, but my wife al
ways goes with me, and 1 married an
Young Farmer Medders (at supper)
Ouch; Wonark! Kah! Jeeminy
jeeswax! What in heaven's name is the
matter with this cake, Glonoaa?
Bride (a city girl) Why, darling,
there can surely be nothing the matter
with it. I followed the recipe exactly.
"Tastes as if it was made of clam
'Oh, dearest! May be it was the fault
of the eggs. I always thought eggs
were soft and yellow inside; but these
were white and brittle all the way
through, and I had to powder them
with flat irons, and"
"Whore did you find them?"
"In the hen house darling. There
was only one egg in each nest, and"
"Glorlosa, yon have used my new
china nest eggs!" Puck.
A grievance to a man is what a sore
heel Is to a boy.
There is nothing the devil works
harder than to keep a bad man from
thinking about his good mother.
When a member of a corporation
wanted his picture in an heroic
attitude, the artist painted him in the
act of refusing a drink.
One day of sickness will do moro to
convince a young man that his
mother is his best friend than
seventeen volumes of proverbs.
Before you kill yourself trying to
nppn mn late wealth, co and ask a
millionaire how much money it takes
to make a man rich. ,-
"As long as she was merely my wife's
mother," said a young husband, "1 had
bar pretty well under control. But
now that the is my wife's mother and
tbe baby's grandmother also, she is
imply one too many for me."
Policeman Well, my little dear, if
you can't tell me your mother's name,
or where she lives, how are you to
find ber? Little Girl, lost while out
shopping Jes' put me in aatore
window an' roamma'll be sure to aw
' finest cake, biscuit,
rolls, etc., which
expert pastry cooks
declare is unobtainable
by the use of any other
Get An Envelope Quick.
"My wifo and I," says a traveling
man, ' were once in a hotel where we
couldn't get any boiling water. After
we had discussed tbe situation my wife
asked me if I had an envelope iti my
satchel. I got one out, when Bhe told
me to fill it with water and hold it over
Ihegasjet. I hesitated, but finally did
it, and expecting to see the envolope
blaze up every moment. But it didn't
blaze. Tbe envelope took on a little
soot, but that was all. The water
boiled in time, and the envelope was
as good as ever when the experiment
was at an end. I don't know the
chemistry ot the process, but try it
yourself and see if it will not work.
If you have no gas light a lamp it will
do just as well."
Foreign Travel Improves.
Successful farmer "Son George got
some sense durin' that foreign tour
Wife "I hain't seen it."
"I have. You know he spent a good
while in Lunnon, as he calls it." .
"Yes, an' I'd like to know what it
"Use y'r eyes, Miranda. He learned
to turn up his pants when it rains".
Mere Matter of Money.
Mrs. Suburb (who loves peace and
quiet) "What! Trying to collect
mAnavr atnrf s drum OtlH Hffl P fit Tift
Huh! I'm not anxious to have any
drum and fife corps marching past my
house, I can tell you."
Leader "Well, mum, if you'll set the
example by givln' li'brally, perhaps we
kin raise enouirh to start a brass
Only One Living.
Friend "Does the new landlady at
vour boardinc house appear to be
getting a living out of it?"
Boarder "Yes, she is, but we
The trreatest of all duties is the
Twelve average tea plants produce
one pound of tea.
Iron is to be made at, Chattanooga by
an electrical process.
Wherever there is sin it is sure to be
followed by sorrow.
Every good man on earth is a
pillar to hold heaven up.
The best answer you can make to
self-conceit is to keep still.
Modest appearance, good humor and
prudence make a gentleman.
No man is good who behaves him
self simply because he has to.
There are too many men who love
to preach but hate to practice.
Many there be who buy nothing
with their money only repentance.
A young athlete in .New York city
breaks horse-shoes with hishands.
Yellow Canalian mush is a gastro
nomic fad since the eminent doctors
Many are indifferent to the rumor
that there Is likely to be a great scar
sity of lobsters.
There are people who think their
neighbors' houses need painting because
they neglect to wash their own win
dows. North Carolina lays claim to the pos
session of a colored man 105 years old,
who one day last summer walked a
distance of twenty-five miles.
Putting your enemy in the wrong in
the sight of men is the worst kind of
ilefeat, against which neither individ
ual nor notion can long presist.
The average French family embraces
three members and the average Irish
family five. In England the average
uumber of members of a family is four.
It is hard for a man to bear his own
goodluck.it is harder still for his
Iriends to bear it for him, and but a
lew of them ordinarily can stand that
Lunacy appears to have increased in
Scotland to a startling extent. In 1858
there were 5,825 lunacies on the register
of lunacy commissioners, but now there
Watts I don't like this reincarna
tion idea a bit Potts-No? Watts
No. Just fancy yourself occupying the
body of a mule and hauling stones for
your own monument.
A Sunday school teacher was trying
to impress upon bis pupils the care of
the Deity for all living things, great
or small, and getting to the peroration
of his address he said: "The Lord
who made the mountain made the
little blades of grass. The Lord who
made the ocean made the pebbles on
the shore. The Lord who made me
made a daisy." And then he wondered
why the class burst into a laugher,
cream of tartar
of the Royal
ness, flavor and
noticed in the -t
Curious Wet ,(r.
In 1172 the temperature was so high
that leaves came out on the trees in
January, and birds hatched their broods
in February. In 1289 the win er was
also very mild, and maidens of Cologne
wore wreaths of violets and cornflowers
at Christmas and Twelfth Dav. In
1421 the trees flowered in the month of
March, and the vines in the month of
April. Cherries ripened in the same
month, and grapes appeared in May.
In lo"2 the trees were covered with
leaves in January, and birds batched
their young in February, as in 1182; and
in la85 the same thing was repeated,
and is added that the corn was in the
ear at Ea?ter. There was in France
neither snow nor frost, throughout the
winters of 1538, 1607, 1609, UH7 and
1059; finally, in 1W2, even in the north
of Germany, the streets were not light
ed, and trees (lowered in February.
Coming to later dates, the winter oi
1846-7, when it thundered at Paris on
the 28th of January, and that of 1869,
the year of the great inundation of the
Seine, were very mild.
They Are Iucky.
It is a lucky thing for the natives of
Southern Patagonia that the naviga
tion of the Strait of Magellan is dan
gerous. Ye3sels often anchor in the
strait for the iiight on this account,
and this gives the crooked-legged
natives a chance to come out on their
canoes and trade with the ship's com
pany. The chief articles offered by the
natives are furs of various kinds, es
pecially of the sea otter. These they
sell for a trille, or more often barter
for a few things they need. The best
otter skins are worth as much as $G0C
to 87000 when brought to civilized mar-
Keis, our, I'aiagonians oner only poor
A Philadelphia architect contem
plates the erection of a building which
will be a complete village in itself. It
will include stores, telegraph and tele
phone offices, a cafe, reading and con
sulation rooms, wine cellar, Turkish
bath, gymnasium, swimming pool, bil
lard hall, assembly room, public and
private parlors, kitchen; laundry and
J. F. Smith is Co., New YorkCity: Gen
tlemen 1 find Bile lieans Small to bo per
fection, and cannot get along without
them in the house. Please find enclosed
50c., for which kindly sent 2 bottles.
Mrs. A. A. Tobias,
Oriental gardeners produce "change
able roses," which are white in the
shades and blood red in the sunlight.
Otto Seibling of West Scio, Oregon,
who recently killed his wife and him
self, had been married three times and
his wife five times.
One ot the most extensive concerns
in Maine has been experimenting on
an ingenious process of burning lime
with oil instead of with wood.
A Paris toy merchant has brought
out a novelity in the shape of a doll,
wearing a Panama hat. On pulling
string the hat disappears and its place
is taken by a convict's cap.
As a Cure for Sore Throat and Coughs,
Brown's Bronchial Troches" have been
thoroughly tested, and maintain a good
A Baltimore man has patented an
apparatus for breeding, rearing, fatten
ing and salting oysters.
People who have tried it say that it is
worthy the trip to Shanghai to enjoy a
bowl of rice as the Chinese cook it.
Beecham's Pills cure billious and nerv
ous illness. Beecham's Pills sell well be
cause they cure. 25 cents a box.
Works for the manufacture of alumi
num cooking utensils are being erected
by an Illinois company.
PROMPT, COOP WORK.
My wife luffered with such Intense neuralgic pains .in the : face, , she thought M
:. She bathed lier lace and head with ST. JACOBS OIL, and it cured nerio
NO HATCHET NEEDED
TO OPEN THIS CAN.
for HOG CHOLERA this
la anrra cut if m4 In time.
for making Soap, Claaatnf
Hoaaea, Boftaalag Waur, Is
ass no sanaL Tho honaa.
wlfa! aat rrtand. A !
lr waaktac rmrtsm In
. lOT.-aaHhmy av
Of medical agente U gradually relegatmc
the old-lime herbs, pills, draaghta and
vegetable extract Urmt rear and bringing
into general nee tne yiaaaaiii ana etwwre
linniri laxative. fivTBr, of Hra. To set the
true remedy see that it is manufactured by
the California Fig Byrop Co. only. For
sale by alll eadmg druggists.
The following list shows the number
of profit-sharing establishments in the
different countries: France, ninety
two; Australia, three: Sweden, four;
Italy, four; Switzerland, sixteen; Ger
many, t wen ty-six ; Belgium, five; United
.States, thirty-five; Portland, one; Spain,
one; England, sixty-four; Denmark,
four; Holland, five; Russia, one, which
makes a total of 255 in all.
D. E. FORISTALL, M. D.,
Eye and Ear Specialist, York, Kebr.
Some one has computed that the col
lage endowments of Massachusetts
foot up $10,050,000. The buildings and
grounds are worth $5,013,000, while
scientific apparatus of all the higher
institutions is worth 81,020,000.
TOV CAN SEE IT,
perhaps, one of Dr.
Pellets but vou
can't feel It after
it's taken. And
yet it does vou
l a i uiure gouu uian
y fJdjanY of the huge,
Vj) pills, with their
'x piping and vio
lence. These tlnv
Pellets, the smallest and easiest to take,
bring you help that lasts. Constipation,
Indigestion, Bilious Attacks, Sick or
Bilious Headaches, tnd all derange
ments of liver, stomach, and bowels,
are permanently cured.
A square offer of $500 cash
is made by the proprietors of
Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy.
for any case of Catarrh, no
matter how bad or of how
long standing, which they can
A remedy which.
If used by Wlvea
about to experience
tbe painful ordeal
an Infallible ppect
fic for, and obviates
the tortures of con
the dangers thereof
to both mother and
child, .-okl by all
druggists. Sent by
eiprofs on receipt
of (il ice, S1.&) per
bo! Uo, charges pre
paid. "RADFIELD REGULATOR CO.. Atlanta. G.
Cures OoQutipati uu. Restores Coin, b Ss.
Cures Sick Headache
hDe Witt s Little H m Klaers,
the Famous Little Pills for Constlpatlon.SIck Head
ache. D7spepsla.N0 Nausea,Mo Pain, Very Small.
FRKK. GoM Finished Ladies'
or Gents coircct timers Hunt.
p'goropen ihco. Adnrs itt once, p. ii.
i"g or open
J fajl I pa Morphine Habit Cored in 1,0
I1KII1I 1 to 80 dart. No par till cured.
Ur IWIal DR. J.STEPHENCUbanen,Ohio.
THOMAS P. SIMPSON, Wftflhington,
D.v. ho any a roe until rateni or
taloed. Write for Ioveutor'sGiiide.
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Mr Wiliet F. Cook, Canaioharic, N. V., writes: " Awoke OB
morainl with excrnciatinK pains in my shoulder. Tried various
rdM U "Lidde I pains without effect ; went to n.y office ;the nam
became insufferable : went home at n o'clock and used 8T.
jMISoT magical, pain ceased, and at i o'clock went
to work; cure permanent. "
Little RapiOS, Wis.
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a Patent. l'ATaica OTiaaau, Washington, D. O.
M. N. U. Mo. 9817
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Tf Imsm amy joa saw tfco aamUssnaani
William McKeekan, Druggist at
Bloomingdale, Mich. " I have had
the Asthma badly ever since I came
out of the army and though I have
been in the drug business for fifteen
years, and have tried nearly every
thing on the market, nothing has
given me the slightest relief until a
few months ago, when I used Bo
schee's German Syrup. I am now
glad to acknowledge the great good
it has done me. I am greatly reliev
ed during the day and at night go to
sleep without the least trouble." M
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