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A W Alt KCHO.
tVERY HONORABLE VETERAN
DEERVCS HIS PENSION.
fcnd Ibe I. one Limb Not the Ooly
Keaaun for a Government Xewart
irum Jimrnal, iwiilrn, A'.)
Samuel It. Junliiii haa jtiat given the,
lounml no omit of Lis lift", vtliu li in
rir-wof hi uln un-ly liard Jul for the tat,
lew yearn will In- read wiili iiilirvat.
" am 1 jeuia ulil m ml lime mIhu.vh
bel iu .W i'ortlauil. 1 eiiiitJ in the
iriny in IMil! hk n private in t'niiiaiiy
A, Tvk-nty--n.'li!u Maim? Voluuti era. My
kriny i'-ririii c injured my li.-tiltli to
i, me cili ill, iillliuiictl I worked ut liluek
iiiitiiiu;: some pun of the time, w hen mul
(eiilr, neural year an. 1 wait iir.ia
Iraied what u tit.- .li niiiaim pr.i-
tuiinieil IKimiotor Ataxia At urt I
toiiltl jret around Koniewluit jet the .li
e proi(ri-wd iiite rnpidlr until I had
kanlly any feelinc in my ! j mid feet,
tney felt like nl H kh i.t wuml mid I crew
to mui li ru' thut I roiil I imt mote I r
three y i nr without lirlji. ;is niy in Ihliors
Ih. I 'riemls 'mid ti'nl ify. I eiiiiluyed'
"ver..l I'liyirmiii in iny i.iiti . ,m 1
flnew lii le. Ml.. I tliry nil t .Id llli-llillt In" I
li llli-H W 'M!.I led help me. Mini ih. i-.ei; !
in nothing 1: ehi'. t .1 i lire Hllll Mull ill
tillie I sh"'lid I'ei OIHe '! ir. ly til l ilev i
he. II in- di. iilirHUi d. I II tn.lt i;mv
to my wile and t ihihIs. Men ly alter I
diet an eld ariuy e..u,rade. Mr. Aii. I n .
lll. 11 reidt lit i.f M ntll',i, Miiili-'. liini hi
hi.'i.lelitaily In ellnli. .1 le.w h' li.nl 1 r.-- !
lr. Y iHfiiiti' l ink Til's ;"..r a ne , r,. , (..,.
fcf rheilliiat.lii mid .1 liil.n! rlli'l liulliiri.il
trouhle. that he h:'d Vull.'i d nli , .,n,-
queiit of inn I'tiuy hie. red had I n
greatly heie Hied hy ih. ir i -e liy In
fnrneKt teeoiiiiiieiidat ion I win. mdiieed !
try the illi. After taking iImiu lor
time I heaii tu t .-l j.rii kly nihil 1 ioh ih
my lt anil a return id Htreirth .-n i
Collld IIHjve t lleiu a it'Je A I M. r II 1 1 '
Week I befall to 1. el II "marked il'lipl-'T
riieiif in tllV eolldltioli. I M.oll uiih lia
klvj 'i! tS itjj' ai''i'ii;d a. lMje with the In Ip
pf rrUtlTle. AfleV lllktll: for li'ill'ie time
I 1-mii now walk without; iruti-hrH. my
ermml health i mmli iiii.ro e. ajid 1
Dave remained my old lime linr. 7 .iu
walk hImuiI and enjoy life ouee uioiv
for which I feel very thankful, and i d i
happy riBult i due to the tiae of Ir Will
Ihiiih' l'iuk I'illa."
Dr. William' I'ink Villa for I'ale l'.-.i
pie are nut a patent medicine in the i
that name implies. They were tirxt com
pounded a a preiw riptiou and iiwrt .-
.icb in (etieral prai tice l.y an eininei l
phyaician. S (treat was their eltii act
that it tin deemed wiae to place tlu i.
within the rem h of all. They are le w
manufactured hy the Dr. Williniim' Med'
cine Company. Hcheuectady . N. V.. and
are Hold iu hoxea (never in l.i.me form hy
the dozen or hundred, and the pnlilie nn;
Cautioned airaiHKl iiuuhtoiim imilutioMi
old in thia ahape) at .'( cenia a hox. or
lix Wixe fur and inny he had of all
druiriciata or direct hy mail from Dr.
William' Medicine I'ompiiny.
Every production of Renins must In
the production of etithiiHiagm.
GERM THtOH 1 OF DISEASE.
The Position It Itccnpira and Atten
tion It la Kcccivlin from tkientiHc
The Rerin theory of the oriKin of
dlsH-aae Ih a Miliji-ct which la at pres
rnt attrnctltiu the attention of aclcti
'f Nv- . 'A n"n I" "H art of the world
The chief liniioi-taiicp of thn genn the
ory, however, in not that it shows the
orltflu of (llaniBe but that It jKilDtH out
the bent nieana to be employed to ef
feet a cure. The tternis of dinette,
from whatever Hotin'e they come, are
lodfced and developed Iu the blood. The
Wood, of cotirae, by clrctilatltur to every
part of the body, la mire to acatter dis
ease throughout the ayateui whenever
It la I in pure, the weaken! and inot ails
coptjble liarta be In it the Brat to HtifTer.
It la becalm of scrofulous taint In the
tilood, for Instance, that the aklu t'
cHies covered with eruptlotia. D It
lactic acid lu the blood which cauaea
rheumatiain. and It Is biiiinse ihe
blood doea not aupply proper nourish
nient to the tierTea that people suffer
' With nervolliHUetia. The cure for :ill
these' diseases, and of many others,
can only be effected by purifying the
Mood, and itbsoluiely deairoylux nil
Kerrns of disease. No intellluetit per
noti can doubt thut Ibsid's SarsupHi ill.t
ba actually n ml permanently cured
many thousand of cases of scrol'tiia,
rheumatism, nervousness, dyspepsia
nud other troubles, mid. n Its proprie
tors claim, it Is all because this niedl
cine purities the blood. As a matter
of fact, Hood's Sars.ipurilla Is the only
reliable blood purifier thut Is before
the public to-day. and persons afflicted
with impure blood or any of the (,'tv.ti
variety of ailments which It causes,
will be most certain to find relief and
cure In Hood's Siirsnparilla because It
Hssesses this peculiar power to purl
fy, ourich and vitalize the blissl, and
destroy the germs of disease.
The new woman is simply the foul
Drs. II. II. Green A sons. Atlanta. ()a.,
ire. the greatest dropsy sM-ciahls in tlm
World, rnre more patients llian the enlira
irniy of physician scattered over this broad
iaiid of ours. A alualile discover) outside
iny medical Issik or pulilixhed opinion. A
imrelv vinelable pn-patatiou. Ileutoves all
lroi1cal k inploms rapidly. Ten davs'
ireatmenl furnished free to every sufferer.
See adverttseiuetit In other column of thin
One ahould believe in marriaire as in
the Immortality of the soul.-Hal.ac
The fear of pain
and the dangers
of parturition Alt
L n Kf( I man) a woman
1 1 ml y Tirr.
J ViJ no rcaaon whv
Y'lhjZm childbirth ahouhl
iZrSLJV be frautrht with
daii(er and diatreaa.
It i natural function, and should be
performed in a natural way without tin
auc MnVrinx. Nature never intended
that women ahould be tortured in thia
Taken durinf geatation' Dr. rierce'a
.Favorite PreacnpUon roba chiMbirth of
it danger to both mother, and child, hy
preparing the ay stem for delivery, thereby
ahorteainK labor", leaaening cai'a aa4 al
brtriatiag the pcriad f -coaAaenienl.
All mm f) IM
TIMKhY FAKM TOi'JCS.
MANAGEMENT OF THE FARM,
GARDEN AND STABLE.
Home Made Contrivance for the
Farm-Wheat Growing- in the North
went Unprofitable -Marketing Fruit
Clean Water for I'oultry-Notea.
The accomputiyinj; sketches Illus
trate device for breaking kicking
cows and young heifers. A farmer can
make the first iu au
hour, and It will
often save him
many hours of time
and many pulls of
milk, to say nothing
of ebullitions of
teni)HT. With one
of these, the Ameri
can Agriculturist says. Ifossy cannot
ki'k. Take a strip of bard wood V't
Inches thick. 1 inches broad, iind "JD
Inches lu length. Dress il smooth with
a plum- ji ii, I HI-e a hide In each end the
narrow way ..f the board. 1'ass tliotit'li
the hole a sinull rope or stout cord and
tie a hard knot in the end. Put the
other end tliron-li the other bole and
draw up the rope until It is just lone;
ellOlleJl l. jr,, y,.r (M (; j(,, wu.
lu position, mill (ben put a knot In th.it
pihI nlso. Sew or rivet on :i str;ii on the
middle of tin- rope, as shown in tile illus
tration. In the middle of the lanital on
the flat outside puf iu a common wood
screw and bare a hole In the leather
strap la rue enoltcli to slip over the bead
of the screw. This completes the de
vice, which Is shown in fiu'ure 1. and
hunre'J shows it ap
plied to the ani
mal. Another plan Is to
place a strap, as
shown in the hist
picture. Buckle it
a little tiejil. and If
she kick then make
It a little tighter
and you will liml sh
you any more.
TIIK S I KA P.
will not bother
Formic Acid for Foul Hrood.
lileaniiitfs In Hee Culture recommends
the use of formic acid as an antiseptic
In flic I hive. This acid Is an excel
lent antiseptic. Thanks to It, honey
preserves Itself for a long. time. There
lias been found in Dresden honey un
der the eaves of a house that is sup
posed to date buck to the fifteenth cen
tury. This age Is only guess work, and
Is undoubtedly a mistake. Mice or other
vermin would destroy honey long before
that time. The slangy word "Hats:"
appears to apply to such n statement.
Hut. formic acid diluted with water and
placed In the hives is used in Knropo
to prevent the growth of foul brood.
This formic add Is not takeu from
fruit or flowers, but Is a natural pro
duct generated In the bee. It Is also
found still more plentifully In ants, and
the word derives Its name rrom them.
It Is the odor of formic acid which Is
given off when either bees or ants are
crushed. It Is said to make bees cross
to crush any of their number, which Is
natural enough, without supposing that
the odor of formic acid has anything
to do with II
Clean Water for Poultry.
Kvery poultry owner luis realized
bow difficult It Is fo keep the drinking
water clean where the fow ls can stand
on the edge of the vessel or roost above
It. An Ingenious plan for avoiding
this dltHciilty Is shown In the accom
panying engraving from a sketch lu
the orange .luthl Parmer. A board
bracket is nulled tu a post or to one of
the studding limbers, and on the un
der side of it is horizontally fastened
a sipiare piece, of broiid board which
serves IIS a shelf to keep the droppings
from falling into the drinking vessel
below. The vessel should be of such
a height that the fowl cannot net la--tvveen
It and the shelf so as to roost on
the edge of the vessel. Blocks may be
placed below It for this purpose. At
the same time the shelf should be suf
ficiently high that the fowl ne-.'d only
lhVILK f"H Kt.l.l'IMl vt .t lMI I I.KAV.
to stoop very slightly to drink. This
simple contrivance will be found of
great service iu protecting the drinking
water which must Is- given to the
fow ls lu t heir houses on stormy or very
Parly Fiittt-ninu of Hons.
It costs much less to make a pound of
pork early than II does late, though
If corn alone be fed, Iimi much of It
while the weather Is warm is apt to In
jure digestion. The great advantage
of early fattening Is that II Is done
while there Is usually plenty of waste
vegetable, small potatoes, beets ami
small apples, more or less of which go
to the pig pen n ml vary the diet of the
fattening hogs. After these are all
stored In the cellar It Is very rare that
any are taken out, and then fattening
hogs soon cloy on their ration of corn
without anything to make It more easy
A Unod Cow,
A cow whose milk will make a pound
of butler a day, or XVI pounds lu a
year, is a very good cow. and would
yield a profit after paying for lllieral
feeding. One which yields :wl pounds
a year la a good cow and probably a
profitable one, am. one tnat yields 2.V)
pounds a year may pay for her keeping
and care, but one that does not yield
over ISsi pounds a year I a poor cow,
and does not do any more than pay tor
her feed at the average prices of bu.ter
and of feed. Those who fall below .hat
amount are very poor cows and unpro
vable to the owner. Kven if ho can
sell the milk for more than the feed
costs, be had better replai-e her with
a more productive animal. Thera la no
excuse for keeping those whj do not
pay for the labor of caring for thein as
well as for their food.
No Profit in Wheat Growing.
The Commissioner of Agriculture oi
North Dakoia has compiled some inter
esting matter lu regard to wheat grow
ing in that Slate. His figures show that
a net profit was realized iu lsijl of
$1o.!isUj per ucre and in IS'.rj the pro
tits fell to.:.i:iJ. while in JMt.t the los
per acre was cents. The prices for
the ililTerein years at the railroad sta
tions were respectively 71.4 cents, MM
cents and oii.o cents per bushel. The
estimates for Vs'.ii are not given, but
at the lower prices which prevailed tin
loss must have been greater than the
preceding year. The liberal profit for
IMil Was of course due to the heavy
yield per ucre that ear. but with an
average yield t here' would nave been a
margin in the business for the pro
ducer. North Dakota may be talieu us
a fairly representative district oT the
great wheat growing country of the
Northwest. If wheat Is grown at a
los in that Slate there Is no place in
this country that It can be grown at a
protit. It would be only natural to sup
pose that lands stilted to the cultiva
tion of oilier crops would be utilized in
oilier directions vvheii wheat growing
has ceased to be profitable. In this
there may be a possibility of removing
to a certain extent the competition' in
our markets of the cheap wheat of the
Northwest. Parmer and Stockman.
Profit in K.itHituiEC.
A writer In Parmer's Home says:
"The profit In ensilage is chiefly In the
greater economy of handling the corn
crop In that way. Well-cured fodder
Is just as nutritious, and Is eaten near
ly as well; but it costs much more to
save and feed the crop In that way.
It requires, lu fit Id it Ion to the handling
for the silo, busking and grinding the
corn and stacking the fodder. If drv
corn Is fed without griding. It Is not
so completely digested; and If the fod
der Is left In the shock until needed,
half Its value Is lost. I would not ad
vise building a silo for n herd of less
than twelve or fifteen cows, or where
the grain crops produced on the farm
ulToril abundant rough feed for the
stock. But If you have annually five
acres or more of corn to be fed wholly
to stis k. whether cows or steers, a silo
is much the cheapest and tnosl satis
factory way to secure it ami feed It.-'
A Farm Callows.
On most farms there Is more? or less
cull for a gallows on which to raise
can asses. . Por ordinary use, where It
Is employed but once or twice a year, it
Is doubtful If anything is cheaper or
better than the old fashioned contrlv-
TIIK K A It. VI OAl.t.oWS.
mice. A six-inch pole that Is sound
is placed in the crotches of two heavy
poles well set. or ill the branches of
two near-by trees. To Ihese tile gani
brcls are fastened by chains, and this
Improvised cylinder Is made to revolve
and lift the pork by rolling It by
means of a crowbar or strong stick
which tils Into holes bored Into the pole
at right angles This Is prevented from
unwinding by a pin thrust Into a hole
bored in tile post. Of course, pulleys
and ropes arc better, but these Me nut
always ow ned. - Par u .lourmtl.
A u rlcll 1 1 urn 1 Atoms.
(live the hen house a good cli-atiiug
up and white-washing.
Wool-growing is one specially, and
mutton growing Is another.
Wheat mixed with corn and oats
makes a better f 1 than either alone.
Beekeeping Is an Important adjunct
to horticulture and floriculture; much
more so than Is generally realized.
Don't ihink because you have been
In the dairy business for a number of
years you cannot learn anything new.
It would be well If farmers would
eat more eggs ami less of the fat meals.
It would promote digest Ion anil health.
Dry earth Is the best deodorizer
known. It Is also the best absorbent
to preserve the manure In the least
The good that sheep will do In keep
ing down the weeds iu the pastures
and meadows Is not as fully under
stood a it should be.
After a long experience It Is found
that American varieties of fruit ar,
iu general, better adapted to American
ciillure than foreign varieties.
The beiietll resulting from the prun
ing of trees and vines, and the pinch
ing back of melons and tomatoes, has
led to experiments with potatoes, it
Is said that pruning them to two stalks
iu each hill has produced larger tubers
and a greater yield. ,
It Is known that rleiilng fruit ab
sorb greater or lesser ipiantltles of
oxygen and give off carbonic Held; that
a certain portion of the fiber Is con
verted into sugar and another portion
Into water, and that the coloring proc
ess depends much on the stlpply of
sunshine while the chemical action la
taking putc. ' '
ParsiMii Hoot -VI, kera.
English women are teaching Ameri
can women some important facts about
1 iotgear. We know today that a touch
of patent leather removes the shoe
from street ue, except in tne case, of
walking to and from alteruoon teas
or luncheon. That only seal or calf
km Kui.s the pavements, that low
slioeg are to be reserved fur summer
wear, that spats are not good forn , ex
cept for men. and thai laced shoes are
t tie smart tiling for the forenoon.
We have also learned to say "boot
maker," instead of "slioeinan," and to
place our boots carefudy away on
"trees" in a row, instead of hanging
tnein in the compartments of a. linen
Hut when it comes to dressing the
feet for the house corr. menu me to
r'leneh art. Possibly there is no clique
of fashionable women in the United
States who acknowledge thisas univers
ally as do the social leaders of ban
There exists in one of the narrow
avenues iu Paris a bootmaker who as
serts that his San Francisco trade
would reau him a respectable income
if he had no other customers. He can
exhibit on the shelveH of his little shop
the wooden lasts of every society
woman of the Gate City, with but very
'ew exceptions. Buying Pretudi house
shoes is a monomania with these west
erners, and the stranger invited into
their ho-pitaole homes acknowledges
ttiat the hostesses' feet are indisputably
the most gracefully shoed on the conti
nent. For instance, no Sail Francisco
woman I mean among the set partic
ular in this score- -wears kid, either
glace or suede, indoors, iilack satin is
the vogue. As soon as she enters her
home, walking or driving shoes are tak
eu off and her feet t lipped into dainty,
shapely black satin boots, lined w ith
heavy white satin and fastened with
many polished buttons.
It is only on very great occasions that
the satin boot gives place to the satin
slipper. These woinn have learned
the French woman's knowledge of art
and know that unless one possesses au
exceptionally well turned ankle, slip
pers emphasize the defects that boots
conceal. None of the dressiness at
tached to slippers is lost, for the long
vamped, high-heeled, erfectly. fitting
black satin boot gives distinction to
the plainest house gown.
Again there is no style of shoe that
as seemingly diminishes size. The
bulkiness of leather, the evidences of
heavy stitching that are inescapable
even in the best turned kid shoe, are
done away with. The smooth surface
bears padding on the instep and can be
shaped upward into au incredible arch
Tim Keefe has had the Harvard
pitchers and catchers at work, for sev
Phil King, the ex-Prlncetonian, will
play second base for the Orange Ath
letic club this season.
Seven of this year's Val team are
members of the graduating class. What
of the Yale team of iH'.Hi?
Pliny believed in simple dinners, for,
he said, many dishes bring many dis
eases. It is easier to match pearls than to
successfully eat an artechoke the tirst
A delicacy at some of the fashionable
clubs is codllsh tongues served as an
At a depth of one mile the pressure
of ocean water is one ton to the square
The water of ths Mediterranean con
tains a greater portion of salt than that
of the ocean.
Waves 20 feet high exert a force of
about one ton to the square foot and
are strong enough to move bowlders of
l.'i cubic feet.
Alter all, there is everything in out
Sibyl Sanderson has a sister who goes
iu for woman's rights. Sibyl does not
bother about hers. She gets something
like $1, DUO worth of 'em every time she
The virtue of the soul does not con
sist in flying high, but walking orderly.
Our dissatisfaction of any other so
lution lathe blazing evidence of im
f Lying is seldom done to cover up the
faults f a friend.
Ta. AIMflOTOM AHTI-PREEZINO TNRII-
Weak, km a vary larf air ofaaibat, kaa a
aatf oaa tea taraiaaaa aa? Malar lau aida
Aaraatar afaai tor than. It la alwaya
Aa a rala ba la a tm-elaaa. lira. raUakla.
la oar aaiira IM of tkoaiaaai at agaata.
AHMOTOM FORCE PUMP AT E4.E0, ETTEE THAN USUALLY SOLD AT OR 10. SaaJ face
raap Catalog. Ray aotbiac bnl aa AaraMtar Paaaa, and do ttot par aaora than Aernstor price for h. Wa protect the public. W
fnraieb U food fooda al low prieea. . Wa baea aelabHthwd twaaly breach bouaea la order Ibat II may (el gaowi cheaply aad prooiplry
Yaa eaaaall year owa laiaroata by iaalaaja, aa aet saly AaraMtar octree bat AaraMtar aaata al Aarmoiar art oaa. U aar aaa aa ear rTL
waal war of a ta Feed Catlar al laa. AERMOTORCO.iOr.IOMS.'
Longseliow hhi AiuuMid.
A correspondent of the Youth's Com
part ion was strolling about Interlaken
and stopped at a little shop to look at
some photographs. The owner of the
establishment was a lady - one of those
women w ho, as our correspondent re
marks, are recognized at once as ladies,
no nntter on which side of the counter
they may heppeu to stand. She fell
into a friendly chat with her customer
and presently took down one of tier
small stock of books.
'A good many Americans buy this,"
she said. It is 'Hyperion,' by your
Then she laughed, as if suddenly re
minded of something that pleased her
very much and continued:
'Once I had the pleasure of waiting
on two very agieeable American gen-
temen who were looking for something
to read. One of them had blue eves
and such a heavenly expression! I felt
sure he would apqreciate a good book,
so I offered him 'Hyperion.' 'It is by
your Mr. Longfellow,' I slid. 'I know
you will like it. It is full of beautiful
descriptions and beautiful sentiments.'
"I said a good deal more in favor of
the book. 1 felt sure it would exactly
suit him; but by and by I notices that
both rren were trying to keep from
laughing in my fHce. It was my poor
English, I thought, and I was dread
fully jmortHied. Finally the blue-eyed
man burst ,ou! laughing and ran hur
riedly into the street, followed by his
companion. 'Those pueer Americans!'
said I to myself.
"But in a few moments the second
man came back and apologized in the
"The truth is, madam, he said, 'my
friend is Mr. Longfellow himself and
the praise of his book and the droll
Idea of having his own literary wares
offered him were too much for his
"After," that continued the lady,
"Mr. Longfellow csme here several
times. He talkad very pleasantly and
bought several books, but not 'Hyper
Salted peanuts have, to a greatextent,
taken the place of salted almonds at
After all, girls, the best way to get a
husband is to pick out an eligible bach
elor and listen with a pleased air to
every word he says. New York Re
corder. The death of a young woman from
tight lacing is reported, but there is a
strong suspicion that it is only an ad.
vertising scheme of the dress reformers
If you are boarding, order your eggs
poached. An egg that isn't as fresh as
a daisy can be boiled or fried, but it
can't be poached.
Men are always afraid to talk loud
in the presence of au link now n woman
who Is heavily vei'ed. A heavily veiled
woman can get on a streetcar and
stop every sound.
People in big towns are so Bullish:
We would rather live iu a little town,
where the people sympathize with you
when in trouble, and where, if yon
have no trouble, they will look up some
The favorite tipple of Senator JJrice
is said to be mineral water.
Captain Hume of Tacoma is said to
be the father of the halibut industry on
the Pacilic coast.
Lucierj "iaker, the new senator from
Kansas, is 4H years old and is said to
be worth about 8100,000.
.T.F.Irwin of Oswego, N. Y., lia
an interleaved Bible which cost him
$10,000 . It is iu 20 imperial folio vol
untas. For twenty years folks
rheumatism, neuralgia, and all other pains and aches hy
using St. Jacobs Oil. There must be something in it,
for you couldn't fool all the people for so many years.
"Cleanliness Is Nae Pride, Dirt s Nae
Honesty." Common Sense Die
tates the Use of ,
wj larga aawat
of tka Rocky M
amir ta (a ta aa Aari
l4a - iwaka fellow; that la tha raaaeo
raa aaa las aoa alow, aiapM, bakind tka-
v f sr
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otttrmwl 1 1 baa a wtaaaull abal-a
naalaiat II al tba aaova Brioa. -
alar U agaat far aa,.
Four ceu; cotton may, .-mer ail, liave
been a blessing in dis'u. It ha
taught the wor d that the proper plat
to manufac-ure cotton i-i in c.o.-.e prox
imity to Hie cotton fields.
This is the year of all years tor south
ern cotton planters to reduce the acre
age of that staple iiiid oranize for itur
purpose ot buyiu? about I.ijuO.OuO bales
of cotton at three cents from Wall street
sjssculators and force the delivered ot
the same next fall. Arkansas Press.
The highest knowledge can be noth
ing more than the shortest and clearest
road to truth. Collon.
No longer talk about the kind of a
man that a good man ougut to be, but
be such. Marcus Aiirelius.
The salary list of the New York clut
this season will be larger than that ol
any oilier club in the League.
Khiikespeare was right when ht
wrote, 'Unquiet meals make ill diges
1 'roper manufacture of mayonnaise
is an art almost akin to ciiina painting
A Chinese dish, successfully repro
duced here, is broiled ham with honey
Fruit as a restorative is receiving
more and more attention from medical
Brings comfort and improvement and
tends to personal enjoyment when
rightly used. The many, who live bet
ter than others and enjoy life more, with
less expenditure, by more promptly
adapting the world's best products t
the'needs of physical being, will attest
the value to health of the pure liquid
laxative principles embraced in the
remedy, Syrup of Figs.
Its excellence is clue to its presenting
in the form most acceptable and pleas
ant to the taske, the refreshing r.nd truly
beneficial properties of a perfect lax
ative; effectually cleansing the system,,
dispelling colds, headaches and levers
and permanently curing constipation.
It has given satisfaction to millions and
met with the approval of the inedk:al
profession, because it acts ou the Kid
neys, Liver and Bowels without weak
ening them and it is perfectly free from
' every objectionable substance.
Syrup of Fipi is for sale by all drug
gists in 50c and tl bottles, but it is man
ufactured by the California Fig Syrup
Co. only, whose name is printed on every
package, also the name, Syrup of Figs,
and being well informed, you will not
accent anv substitute if offered.
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In t Ilia patter.
all over the world have cured
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