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Frog have been raining tlown in thick
liowera on Bizerfa, in Tunis, The lar
I t were the eize of a man's thumb.
Kaberlai' hirthpmce at Chiron, o
ather tlie site of the apotlieeary'B rhnp
rhere tie wbh bom, hag been dWcnvieu
ty M. UrimauJ, a French anti jnai , ..nl
lie house standing there, 17 Rue de la
Lamproi, will be marked by a tablet
The shop was replaced by a tavern, and
hat in its turn by a Ht.n'f court.
Try Allen's Foot-Kane,
A powder to be shaken into tlie shoes,
tt thds seawon your feet f"'l swollen
md hot. aiul Kt tired tisily. If you
lave KDiartbljr feet or tlitbt dim, try
tllen'8 Foot-Kane. It rools the fet-t
lud make walkiiiK easy. Cures and
?reviin.t9 swollen and vventHi; feet,
iHsKth and callous kihiIs. Hi'lieven
f.rnn and bunions of nil iHiiii aud "Ives
Kwt fl.iul comfort. Try it to-day. Soll
)y all Unuzgixts nnd lioe Ktoren for '17h:
Mill iicka' FHKK. Address, Allen
). OLmMed, Ix Hoy, N. Y.
The revived faebion of trimming nkirte
las brouaht into play velvet rbbon sin
iroader widths than we have been gee-
ng the last few seasons.
Wnwtiitnf a Uno Art.
le of i.rettv belonsiitik'x ix liulnriil to
virv wiiiiniii. From the Inisii- rolnu of
Asiiimiii to the rili ilresHis of Kliznbeth
llifiice to the weiMiiiir L'invn (if Puritan
i'risHlln. 'e the rutrarliveiie of
Ire. While any woman of taste fan
iiiimlv liotno'f wit h Itei-oiliinil !"'iis. it
Ik not every one who iiiii!ersuiiiiln ki-ep
hie tlicm in in fid order: thin i entiecial
true of Hummer towns, o easy to noil
md so fxpt-nttive to hiniidr.v: therefore
(very woman should learn the art of
'ahiiiK her own iiinidiiis. To do the
fork till a tub two-thirds full of warm
aater, dissolve a cake of Ivory ap
Iwhieh will nut fade the nuwt delieiile
oIopk), add it to tlie water, wash the
anm-nta tlirniiyh it; rinse fir I in clear
Hitler, then in hhie wafer, wrintf. dip in
Ihin Mtareli, shake ami limitf in tlie shade.
When dry, sprinkle, and iron on tlie
svnuiK oide. A jtowti liuiinlrinl in this
tvav will remain f'ri-sh and pretty all
innimcr. F.I.I.A H. 1'AUKKIl.
Patsy Haley and Jimmy Dever have
een matched to box twenty rounds at
l New York club in a few weeke.
Allen Johnson and George Sparks will
;o on for three rounds at Frank Maciew
iki's benefit at Cincinnati.
ball's Catarrh Cure
Is takm internally. 1'ricc 75 cents.
In many hoiiH 'S the card table ia
n more attention than the dinner
ta; If yon would avoid crhicifin you rimt
t either alKive or bel'iw it.
A mtilfl fi-mtnliw toilet wrvlo' ttlRays Includin
tlenil'x MllpHitf ai.
Uill llfilr am) Wuhker i ic. black or bnmn.
About all Home pi; iple want reputii
ion for i to make their rivals enviouH
The only people that know much they
lon't tell are editors and milkmen.
Do not waste too much time giving
canons for the faith that is not in you.
Sir. riimiow' hwithino rrntT lor cnllt
n tecttil'.iE. Kfiteim ihe sums. rc4ncc intl m
union, allay .m.cure wind cotw. lie wittl;
It ia another indication that you are
letting old if gooseheriiee taete ao Hour
ou can't eut t' eni.
When people l-eeotne too old to go to
denies, and are not invited, they n
liev huve too much P'-m-e to no.
J-m't bt loril'- lwith a m.irkintmli
or ruhivr "jit. If ru am aco.il I
tti.it will kc-n vim Jrv (li'-twi-
f. sturm t-UY Hie fish linnit I
Sli ki-r. It nol for sale in your j
town, write tar r ifitlnct.e to
A i T )Wt'W 11 ,t-n. Ma.
12 to S35HEKW Rw:io.r,o-
, . t'linitM, (iielcrrel whoeari ;ive ti hol tltm
o lite IiiMiu'm. f"l'Hre hmita, tlioiiah, may If
rotilHlly fiiiployfl. tioot oi-ciiImlth for U)w
ml city work an well in mutiny olntrtcti.
K. Oiki-okii. lltti i Mala Ma., fUeniiiotui, Vh
' D r I U r fl k I H "1 onlrri of 3 00 . ft. 01
"fiMilll I rIU K''.'liiKorVBlIaii.l( cillnc
fmiilla Write fur nainplen ami rl in Tliel'
laiolhi riollnit iiiiii,y, Kind u, .
Perrrmnf-ntljrCur'wl. fit or m-rvimmi-ufnr
l.rfr. Kdiil lot r K I r .' toil tx.lt t. and Ir.-ll-. .
Hi. R If K1.1K. U1., l Ant. Hlotl. riiHiul.-lpl.ia, I n.
WILL KEEP YOU DRY.
j, i. am a L
Yon choonc the old doctor before the younf one. Why?
Because joif don't waat to entrust your life In Inexperienced
hands. True, the young doctor may be experienced. But
the old doctor must be. You take no chances with Dr. Maybe,
when Dr. Mustbe ls la reach. Same with medicines as with
r.eiUc:..e m.-kcr tUe long-tried remedy has your confidence.
You prefer c:pcnc!'-:j to experiment when you are concerned.
ThJ new remedy may be good but let somebody else proTe
It. The cl.r remedy i.iust ts good Judged on Its record of
cures. Jur.t one more reason for choosing: AYJIU'8 Sarsa
rarllla la reference to any other. It has been the standard
buuscfcnld sarsaparllla for half a century. Its record inspires
ct r fJdcnce SO yenrs of cures. If others may be good,
Ay.-r's Snrsapar lla mnot be. You take no chances when you
take AYi:U'H Sarsaparllla.
lt-ll- lloim of llachalor.
The woret cynic in the world iide-lK-eh-8-j
agMiiKt toe '.oveof a little child.
So nun eati put hi hand on hia heart
and t-av be love his i(e when he l
breaking in a pair of new alioea.
When a Lit of women argue the one is
alwa? consid-re.J tb winner that can
talk the fate-t.
A a boou aa a girl get a flippy white
drefB on and a fun Bhe thinks a man
ornrht rather to look at her than euiok!
a corncob piue.
lial ing the Calf.
erill, especially if it is n vnlnabh?
Bhoiild have all the milk it nds;
we have known of calves leiu
raised on flotir gruel mixed with hy
tea. A, wu:ill Scotch fanner not fat
from the writer of this articlt; made a
regular practice of rausiai,g several
CJilv"! e4ich fMiiKon, and, a.s he liad but
one oow, he had but little milk. This
Is the way he did it; The calves were
picked up from the country cats near
at hand at from ?5 to $ (!t-h when
from three lo four wk old. The
calves were uxwtly k1 Jerweya nnd
at that a? could it a little hay and
some dry mlllfeid. (rue pe'k of tin!
bt quality line-cut -lover hay ! put
Into a olesui wixxlen buckot, and two
quarts of bulling water 1 pjmred over
k. Th bucket 1m coveivd over to re
tain the hU-iliu; ut two hours the water
Is drained off and the clover hay
B(tH-ezel tu a cloth to get out all the
teii. This hay-tea in enough to fed
one calf one day, half this (jtiaji-tity
b4ng fed at a mesil. Oue gill of com
mon Hour ia tKitiwi until li is a m.n
pate; thin pastv U t:lwn mixed with
one quart of the hay-tea and a little
sweet skim-tniik nddel, together with
a pitich of tine salt. AU lhr at-e well
mixed n.rul theli fed lukewarm to the
calf. A Ui.blcspooaiful of the bet qual
ity lio'ib-d flaxKeel meal should be daily
mixed with the gruel, (live the calf a
fresh egg once a day if her appetite !s
poor. If the calf ahould . wour, the
milk must be loilMl, and always bo'l
the flotir. If the calf ahould tx'oiue
eoiwtiiKited. give a HUk? more flaxseed
meal, out niwaya ihhi m. iu i.ne umnm
of the day give dry mlHTeed, one pint
at first, gradually increasing the quan
tity. The hay-tea must be prepared
freh every day. Koop the bucket and
calf trough clean and sweet. The pen
must lx kept ch-aii; the air pure, and
with plenty of sunlight. The calf
Kltoukl 1m- kept to the pen until the
middle of Juno, when It may le turned
out to impure. AU turougn me sum
mer fiM'd tJw calf n mixture of three
qiwrt.s of equal ports' of brutt and
whole oatu otwe a day. I h'H 'led
nia.ke bone ajnl muscle and not fat.
Tubularity of feiMlinjr and watering
must be foUowwl. A gKKl grade Jer
wy cow with her third i.lf will read
ily bring $.")() at the scales; they are
soiree even at that figure. Haltliuor
I-'rench lifiKnl Ca-ultry.
A tet case of a kind to gladden the
hearts of the lawyets has been brought
before the French law curls ny the
members of a Freemasons' lodge
who de pod ted June :i last a .une al
crown on the statue of Joan of Arc
in the hue de hivoll. Paris says the
Paris correspondent of the London
Daily ews. Tbetrown was taken
;-.way by a young man named Cochin,
who is being prosecuted, tberefore,
fur wiil.ul damage to a public monu
ment. M. Cochiu has secured the
services of Maitre Kugene Godefroy
of the I arls bar. who seems to be a
remarkable adept at casuistry, ac
cording to M. (.odelroy, a crown
placed on a monument cea es to he
me p operly of the person placing it
there, since it has been voluntarily
given up without what is called in
commerce- consideration received.
Neither l-i It the property of the city
i.rof the State, since the legal for
malities reijulred ,n the aseof a deed
of gilt to a public t ody have not t ecu
complied with. It is no wonder that
the Judge whose fate it is to have to
solve tliis knotty point has taken
ti .1.0 to c m-ider his decision. M.
Cochin's act was prompted apparently
by a desire to avenge the dectructlon
of a similar crown placed on the same
monument by the society styled the
i.oyallst Youth oi ranee.
Iloioo-tinl l l-;coiioiny.
"Have you taken up your carpet
this sp.iiig;"' asiied one neighbor o(
No. I don't lake them up. I'v
melmiA I it. thiswav. Capets will
last teu years, anyhow, if you let 'em
alone; but if I cleaned ana heat
thetn, toy bacK wouldn't last twi,
years. I've decided to let the weai
and tear come oh the carpets."
FURS IN RUSSIA
Skin that Are C'lard aa "Cold Furs" i
In That Country.
It w-enm a eontradietion to speak of a
a "COia lur, uui iuUl m ...e ,
siaiis style some of the wraps that we
in America ignorant!- consider warm
enough for the coldeKt tdimate. A
writer iu IJpplucott's says that the first
thing an American woman has to do
when Bhe reaches Kusaia is to recon
struct her ideas on the subject of furs.
I It r beloved sealskin goes far down on
the ltat It is one of the "cold furs"
that no Russian lady would care a
wear as n lir'ngaml it is an linings
that all furs are worn because it Ls too
teuder. The only thing it is good f or (
is a short jacket to be worn between j
wasons, and then it must be used eu-j
tirely for walking. A woman who sets '
out on foot in that garb must surely re-,
turn on foot, for If he took a carriage j
or sledge she would '1k running a tteri-1
ous risk. j
The pretty squirrel skin is reckoned ;
among the "cold" cheap furs, and is
given up-to the unfashionable world,
while the mink, also a "cold" fur,'
though expensive enough, is used by.
men only, Just as is the prelty mottled;
skin obtained by piecin sable pawsj
together. The proiM-r furs for the cli-,
mate are the 'downy" iurs mat, oeK"'
ning at the brown goat, go all the way
un to that climax erf beauty and luxury,
the black fox or the silver fox. soft and
delicate as feathers, and warm as a
July day. 1
The kuni is a fur that was used by i
royalty In the olden time and was the
unit of currency. It is eo.stly when
dark, which is an essential in all furs
that are to be used for large cloaks.!
Sables, rich anil dark, are worn like the
kuni, by anyone who can afford them-- j
court diinien, cavaliers, archbishops;
and merchants, with thHr wives and
daughters. Cloth or velvet is the prop-;
er covering for all furs, and the colors
worn for driving are often light and
Clothed in these furs, the Russian
seldom taken cold. Few Russians
wear flannels. The houses are kept de
lightfully warm, and at places of en
tertainment no extra chubing could be
borne. No Russian enters a room, thea
ter or public hall at any season of the
year without removing his cloak and
overshoes, and no well-trained servant
would allow an ignorant foreigner to
trifle with his health by so doing.
The foreign churches are provided
with cloakrooms and attendanrs. Iu
the-Russian churchi s this would not
be practicable, as so many are coining
lid going, but even here some of the
richer people keep a lackey to hold
their cloaks, just inside tlie en trance.
Htranuer Changed His M nl. !
About a year ago M a j. MrKii-y, ex-OMi.g-reHsiua.il
Uu.tHunvurt.h ii.iul sunt
olilier gentlemeii were 1 ravelling togt'th
er iu the smoking comjiartme.Tit of a
Pullman cur. MoKlnloy iumI Ilutter
wfurth were suA known to the others.
T1m caii.vetsiithai tuuit'J to tf.: patent
oHice, and one of tin:' strana :is Vi paired
whether nny of the oi,lw-rs h:id liiiwii
ex-CoJiiuiisisioiiier c,if l'atMBis llutU-ir-wori.h.
"Oh, yes," promptly rv;'del Ma,f. But
tiirworth; "1 knew I'.wi Hutterwonth
when he was a boy. I have often seen
his father give hUn a s-.i.im1 lk'kLu."
"Hut that ciiiU't be t.h' cuie I nwau,"
sa.klth.e ti-a,ng( r, "for his fa.ther was a
"Yes, he was a Quaker. Rut I sim
ply testify to what I have seen. I have
frequency kcmi Besi get a licking. Ills
fa tlier ll-ked him on:-e or twice a week
"How did you happen to be on hand
when he got hVkcd?" iinquiivd the
"Oh, I played with Ren and I was
At tills iioiut in tlw convei-satio.il a
friend of Maj. Ruttenvortli jfHiutl the
company and called him by name. The
Htnw'ger iie.-inl If. and, comliiK over to
"Pdii.g a (Juaker. I thtumht the old
man did wrong to lick Ren. but now I
am n tilled the )iy richly tk'WQ-vl it."
Have liost Favor.
Cakes and wafers have lost favor at
tea tables. They have been replaced
by little savories, which harmonize
with the popular antique silviT and
china, by pat-wing under their old-fash-loiwsl
name of "whets:" for tin1 after
noon lea, orlgfiniMy In tended to be a
light refreshment, had become a detri
ment to flu- dinner. Savories, on tin?
, w,n1rartv, are a win t fo f lie appetite and
cldir the ptilnfe for tlw due njipriH'ln
ti(rtl of the dinner, Two or thmi d1f
fenelit kinds lire usually nerved. Any
lxxlv ikwiwiI of H little emiklnK
knowU-dH' eiin nrniiifre n vnrlety of j
tliein at a minimum of trouble nnd ex-1
perie, and in tlieir variety lle half
their ehnrm. 1
' TIkiv are niaiiy kind of tish, iKrth
pn-cervetl in oil mid tanoked, that nuiy
be mn, TheM' hlK'iild he wprinkled
with elicpiMvt fine herbw, placed upon
thin hilees of fri'Hii bread-from vvhleh
tlie eiust Inn been en n fully -utVolL
ed and Kvied "en pyramidi'."
Ti.-lKftil ( riiiniietx, heavily buttered,
K,t(U(l Willi caviar ujmmi i,h ii ii nine
leiiK.n Julep ha lu-en fHiiei'.ed, and
hii vi d hot. nn t'olisidi'fed a jrreat del- ,
iciuy at Kiifilinli t n Uible, Another
way of M'l'Vlnji eavlnr Ik to Hprend it on
thin bread a-lid br'l, r, whieh h theli1
rolled lip like t'ti.' 'ihiuu Kwshms
(l-'diire, however, f'.al fhe icn done to
ciivin r the better if will be, and to eni
it to fhe till Inlile in itx oiIkIiiii Jar,
with an ai'eiiiupaflmviit of 1,-enli drj
fe!inl and (iiiii-It:red h moil, in ihe fawh.
ton preferred by eoinio!,ssMir, 'A'ha,'
to Kal. .
Mlubt l 'Vorae.
Mbw l'owliek My hieyele himp in iU
Mr. tolly-NVaJ, n bh'.Vle lump th.U
ahviiyi ttnyel ut lumm wwihl not to i
much one, Jul(je.
. ... . i . . . ,1 .1.1. .. ii.
J Moil it ii I'ruveibi
Motl ct the remei'iea offered by
KMUMaua are uiaeaaes.
! The.,il itf ii turn a bi 1 boy dowil
tQ r,m h m u? hun.
T. arB ,,..... mea with OiUCtl
est than their plug bats fall of sense
It is getting so that even an honest
nan is afraid to aak others to atop a
The man who has never mile a mis
take makea one aa aoon aa he begins to
hoaai about it. ,
HABITS CF wCME
lr Kirent Teara Sane Arthur
Much Aimntlon to foeiety Forma.
Cen. Crant brouurht the camp into
ie White House, says Harper's Mar
line, Mr. Hayes had lived in VVash
lgton as a r pre-entative at a hotel
r a boarding house. Cen. Garileld
ad settled in the capital in a house
f his own. aud had enjoyed the kind
f social lile that may be had any
where in this country, and that runs
o literary clubs that are formed to
acilitate the escape of unpublished
lanii-cripta. To encourage talent
ud literary ability was a great pleas
re of the Pres dent, whose murder
ut short the term that would have
een marked by more geniality and
greeable talk than is usual at the
Vhite House. Mr. Arthur brought
ity manne;s and customs with him.
Jeople who did not know bim were
:reatly mistaken in bun. There had
eeti a good deal of refinement and
ilegance in Mr, Arthur's home, and
ts influence made the While House
nove of a social center t han it had
iecn before or than it has been since.
Then came Mr. Harrison, woo had
nas-ed s x years in the senate and a
A'ashington boarding house, and Mr.
Cleveland, who went to the capital a
bachelor, having Ihed, most of his
ife in apartments in a Uulfalo bush
"None ot these men adopted the
Banners and customs of court life
with the exception of Mr., Arthur
who insi-ted that those with whom
ae came in contact should pay hi
.1,1 ce a re-peet someth.ng more thai
the formal decent respe t of goo
manners. The rest knew nothing
:.he rules which Washington socicf
iiad laid down for its own arid thei
'uidance, and which we e as coi -Ijici.ing
as the various interests th
Invented and frequently mod; e
them. Moreover, they ha e seem
to care a good deal less. They .
I heir wives or their secretaries stud.e.
np the necessary regulations tli.n
Overn the intercourse between t
Lead of the Nation and the dipl--ma
tic representatives oi foreign po-
rs. And, although .vir. JclTeisou in
dsted on taking out to dinner wh..
rvoman he w u d, regardless or lie:
husband's rank, modern Piesldem
iave done their best to observe tL.
piopriet es in this respect.
An Interesting conversation.
Sir A. Sullivan went to see Rubin
rteiu at hi hotel in Ijondon. The Rin
Man composer asked him to step out o-:
ihe balcony and smoke a cigarette.
They twit down, twisted their cigar
ettes and puffed the blue cloud.s int
Ihe air. After a long pause Sir A. Sui
11 van observed:
"You are a great admirer of Beetho
ren, I presume?"
"Yeti," s-ald UubiiiKleiii.
"No," was the rifly.
Not another word was spoken. They
(licked themselves in their chairs and
tmoked away. After a very long tiiin
"I think it is time for me to be going.''
"Don't say so." said Rubinstein
Stay a bit longer. It is so nice to tall
Sullivan stayed, and went on rockin;
timself Into the small hours of th
Horning, when he got up and said:
"I must go off now, I think we hav
.(hatted long enough."
Rubinstein drew out his watch.
"Half past, two," he said. "Strangr
low quick time flies in pleasant com
A man wlio r.'aiHts temptation doei
not deuerve as much credit as a miu
jvlio keeps away from it.
Every once in awhile the statement i
made that parents an better to their
girls than fo their boyB.
AN OPEN LETTER
WE ARB ASSERTING IN THE COURTS OUR RIGHT TO
KXCI.USIVE USE OF THE WORD "CASTOR A," AND
' "PITCHER'S CASTORIA," AS ouk TRAUL mark.
DR SAMUEL PITCHER, of Ilyaimis, Massachusetts,
the originator of "PITCHER'S CASTORIA," tlie same
i,.,s 7,i n si n A tines n,nw s-tf ,,r; . " oiv every
'W """" -----
w, th fr.r.-.itrLile signature
This is the original "PITCHER'S CASTORIA," which has been
used in the homes of the mothers of America, for over tJurty
years. LOOK CAREFULLY at the wrapper and see that it is
'he kind yon have always bought jtSrf-f-f' U th&
arhaslhe si nature of Uiztac wrap
per. No one lias authority from me to rise my name except
'in.. n,yfnu.r Comnawt of
March S. 1897.
Do Not Be Deceived.
Do not endanger tlie life of pur child by accqdiiiff a cheap suUiituto
which some druggist may offer you (because he makes a few more pennies
on it), the infreilients or which even he docs not know.
"The Kind You Have Always Bought"
, BEARS THE FAC-SIMILE SIGNATURE OF
JtUa'a Ir'raiu Hmih' Hura,
Othera aee our faulta as plainly as we
-e theirs, I
(iod nevr inaile a cow that gave milk
Tlie best preachtng ia not alwayadone
in the pulpit.
Put the wicked in office and tlie devil
will rule the town.
Only the man ' who looka away from
, himself, haa ideas.
I When we grumble much it ia a sure
sign that we pray too littie.
In eases where dandruff, wain diseases,
fall ng and rayness of the hair appear, do
not neglect tlic'rn. but apply a proper rem -edy
and tonic like Hall's Hairltenewer.
Blouse sleeve?, with a certain ele
gance of shape, are chosen for waisia.
which are designed to replace cloth
waists through the warm weather.
they will keep her organs in place. There
is nothing better for this purpose than Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com
pound. The great volume of testimony which is constantly rolling in, proves
that tlie Compound is constantly curing thousands of just such cases.
The following letter from Mrs. Marlow is only one of many thousands which
Mrs. Pinkham has received this year from those she has relieved -surely such,
testimony is convincing: , T vi i.
"Mv trouble commenced after the birth of my last child. I did not
know'what was the matter with me. My husband went to our family physi
cian and described my symptoms, and he said I had displacement and falling
of the womb, lie se'nt'me some medicine, but it did little good. I let it go
o.i about two years, and every time I did any hard work my womb would
come down. Finally a lady friend advised me to try Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound, which I did. Tlie first bottle helped me so-much, I con
tinued to take it right along. My back was almost the same as no back. I
"otild not lift scarcely any weight. My life was just a drag to me. To-day
am well of mv womb trouble, and have a. trend, strong back. t.Vinl-c 'o
e T;,l,-hrr" V-.,.V.-,V-yiv
Closest Detailed Inspection.
Every single one of the many parts of a Columbia bicycle is
passed several times through the hands of skilled workmen
who examine it in the utmost detail. Such an elaborate sys
tem of inspection is expensive, but no expense is spared in
building Columbias. They are as near perfection in-adjustment
and finish as human ingenuity can make them.
, 1896 COLUMBIAS, $60.
HARTFORD BICYCLES, $50, $45, $40, $30,
Equal fo nearly every ofher bicycle except the Columbia.
POPE MFG. CO., Hartford, Conn.
Catalogue free fro-n any Columbia dealer
OSeanliness Is Nae Pride, Dirt's Nae
Honesty." Common Sense Dic
tates the Use of
S A POLIO
of UiaZ tOtAW. wrapper
which Chas. U. J'letcher
I VOftM OITV.
Alrlii.mi .lnh irti
When Gabriel blows hia tr
of Atehiaon women will aak,
A summer girl visting in the town ii
ao cold that the family ghe ia viaitiui
quit taking ice.
A woman should be aa sweet to he
husband as a girl dry gooda clerk is to (
There ia no woman eo well off aa i
widows who has realized on her bus
bir,d'8 insii' -ice.
I belieye Piso's Cure is the only midi
cine that will cure consumption. Anni
.M Ros, Williainsport, l'a.. Nov. 12, '95.
There are many evils ami wrongs thai
can never be prevented by legislation.
The people who pray hardest for tiit
millennium wouldn't know what to d
with themselves if it realy came.
Why Will a Woman Throw Away Her Goc3
Looks and Comfort?
Why will a woman drag- out a
sickly, half-hearted existence
and miss three-quarters of the
joy of living-, when she has
health almost within her grasp ?
If she does not value her good
looks, does she aot value her
Why. my sii-trr. wH ,t -"
fer that dull Tiain in the small of
your back, those bearing-dow n,
dragging sensa'-ions in the loins,
that terrible fullness in the lower
bowel, caused by constipation pro
ceeding from the womb lying over and
pressing on the rectum ? Do you know
that these are signs of displacement, and
that you will never be well while ti: -it
WThat a woman needs who is thus af
fected is to strengthen the ligaments so
; by mall from us for one 2-cent stamp.
Oi i; of tlie oldi-Ht stenographers Ii
( li. ((." Miys: "II tmt-d I he ( pi-ple
as in alter of cnuraa lint a typewrit
t lei er or iloenini'til, no matte i imv
a ii i ii t"!y ftinl CHrefiiity .v enfi t
wonlil look hlnrreil aim n Hst) , n.n
eiirlion copies wore mneli worse IhHi
tin- oiluiniil. I.itt.e'o'l ypewriier Klb
lion lois revolnlloiifzi the art mil
ith iheir iih ft tvpe w i ,,U'ii leMcr 1
nselean, eleiir and l.riKht t e lint'l
iirint. Hy in-iUK l.tltle'H Cohweli I'ai
!m I'anef your copies will be just o
rlenn aim iiHiinsonie
lire for sale by tiio
Who also carry a full line of Typewriier cut
piles KibPotiR, Carbon I'ap'T l'yp
wiiler Oil.Heporterti' I'eiicHs.'irnl ol
Jiookn, noil Typewriter l'a).,- of a)
kiniln. rrteoH an low as the Towes)
Mail oiiIith promplly filled.
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diRt h-u c4, I iriiimiutiiioiii
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of in ii t; o u ini'iiilil.inn
IS 1 U 6 ilkTI.
not u. aLrKiur.
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