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About The Sioux County journal. (Harrison, Nebraska) 1888-1899 | View Entire Issue (March 10, 1898)
The world of novel writing U to tx
represented at tlit Klondike, hh John
Jdnckie, tin? aut'jor of "They that Sit
In ImrkiicM." Ic preparing for an ex
pedition to that rif1n.
Mark Twain" new humorous (dory,
which he Ih now writing iu Vienna, Is
to go to the ladies' Home Journal,
which uiHKiizltH' has al-o seruri'd K.
Marlon t'rawford'n new ittory, a tale of
(lie unreal, with the Ktrikinuly uncanny
title of "The Dead Smile."
Sir Martin Conway will shortly !snue
n book of travels, he-lnjj an account of
further explorations In Spitzliei'Ken.
Jaat year Sir Martin confined himself
almost entirely to the coast parts of
Spitzliei'Ken; this time he lias been on
the hish inlaiul ltortlons, where there W
little lint Ice. lietween the two 1 looks'
the island is pxposed to the world.
A note recently received by Holijjb
ton, .Miltlin & Co., the authorized pub
lishers of Ion;fellow's works, from
Alice M. Longfellow, the poet's daugh
ter, throws this lljjht upon tlie pronun
ciation of the name Hiawatha: "The
pronunciation used by father was 'He-awa-tlni,'
the accent on the firm sylla
ble beinj: slighter than on the 'wa,' the
'a' sounded like 'a' In 'mar,' mil 'war,'
as Konietlnies UM-d. I should !w glad
to have this Impressed on the public."
In Mine. Couvreur ("Tasma"), who
died at Brussels while still almost "in
ber earliest youth," the l,ondon Times
)oi a zealous aiul able corre.sjioudeiit
and Australia one of the lx--t known
f her novelist. The authoress of
"Uncle I'lper of I'lpw'8 Hill" was a
woman of no ordinary ability, and from
time to time many bright and ainnsln;
dories from her pen His well as the
aerial novel, "The I'enatice of Portia
James") aplw'Ht'od. Mine. Cotivreiir
was probably the best living delineator
of life nt the antipodes, anil the place
he hits left vai-suit Is not likely to be
soon flll'-d. Her husband. M. Alienate
Couvreur, once a prominent l!elan
politician and economist, died some
three vizirs neo, and ids widow had
Ik-i-ii in Hi health for many months
Have .Moiiilm f Ciolil.
The express ft.;, "He has a heart ot
pold" will simiii be chunked to "lie has
a uioiith of jrohi " f the opinions of a
London demist are not exnwrated.
"r'roin a variety of causes teeth ap
pear to decay much earlier and much
more rapidly ll,,in they usi-d to do. Iu
consequence the si inly of deuUcry has
progressed by haps and bounds, until
now !', Is fi-aliv astonisd.ing whin can
be doiie In the v ay of anisii ing dismay
and In su-'motiii'n'lig the alllh-tioii w lien
It has run i'.s coiii'm'.
"In one si iii- there are people whise
mouths are veritable cold iniuea.
Speak'Htf brondiy, tile people i,f Lon
don carry no b-s than tlo.o'm or t.:,u,
(SMI worth of 'uld liboiit ultii them In
their niiulhs, re icseiil im; Komi-thlti?
iK-tweeti two or three hundred weight.
It comes in boi hs, each hIiimH boln?
hamiiierisl out the thinness of tissue
paper. The luio'.s cost .- bout L eJicli,
but each ImkiU reiresciits a tremendous
amount of deiital work work which
tnl;;hr be estimati il at about 2o. The
deinarid for Kohl tilling and Ktojipln
Is increasintt year by year. In spite of
frthor substances whh-h have from time
to t.lm.' bi-i'ii tried for econoiny's sake,
gold ,-tiII stuiid siipii me. AliiioluiU'il
was :it. one tine spol.i-n of a.s a rival
w hlcli threatetieil tooiis-t the more pre
cious metal from use, bin the demand
for cold has xteailily lue!vned, and no
doubt will continue to do so. The
imiou'it aniiuallj spent by the people of
Ind III oil their teeth is viTV little less
than half a million sterling. A mem-Ix-r
of the rol'essi.ni i-i-c.-iilly volun-U-ered
his opinion that in moor liiree
years' time the pi ople of I . i.n would
tXM-iirrylns In their mouths unM to tin
value of isii.iiiM, .t.isi think of that.
Then bear in mind tliat Midi an amount
of eonl repr.-seii:s m-arlv half a million I
fU'rllns In dental work."
Tin-key Wittiin u Turkey.
A St. I,ou!s, Mo., commission mer
chant has bnmijht to i:,'ot a pheiioiic
lioil w hich in aitrai'litiK tin' atn-ntloti of
ncleiit'sls here. U'hiie om- of the em
ployes of the commission house w.-ts
dreoslny a Hit key Icli he was dumb
founded to li tid in Its interior a live,
well feathered jouiix turkey as large
us a full crown plj;eon. It Is perfect
in every way exccptlnc the head, which
was attached to the mother and Is a
fatty crowili. The little turkey died
li h soon as It was severed from Its dead
mother. It was preserved In alcohol
(Hid Is now In the collection of the
Missouri Medical Colhp', where It Is
nltrui'tliic the attention of the niedirnJ
"I wish you would pd your wife to
tliro'.v her liilluence for me," km id the
lady wm was riiunlnc for ollloe In Hie
Woman'H Club; "I'm mire It would have
ome effect. "
"Vea," wan the thoughtful reply; "1
know when tthe ever thrown anything
for me It's been eflei'tive."
I'roaiu-i t fur the Hoy.
"I pne! the (iriseombit must expect
that wuitelsMly I frohu' to b'ave them
"Ther'T deelded lo their non
fwi d nrtia."
M'hrn a man hm iitiytlilnn to throw
wur, he thrown M where It will annoy
:Imt mm much n pwislbl.
'ha llniilril Hart.
Who drive the liori-ei of the iun
S ;i 1 1 lord it but a day ;
Better the lowly deed were done,
And kept the humble way.
Tm- runt will find the sword of fame,
The dust wi'-l mil the crown ;
Ay, none si, all nail so histh his name
T in will not ter it down.
Tlie Imppiegt loart that ever beat
Wan in pome quiet bteist
That found the common daylight sweet,
And left to heaven tlie r-nt.
John Vance Cheney.
Gk k.ate st. Itccaus' lino IN Sarsitptirl'la
dues what all other medicines fail to
do. As HH instin:ri' of iis peculiar and
unusual curative power, consider the
UioKt ihsiiliniis disease, urnl the disease
which taints the I.I I of most people,
producing incalculable suffering to
ninny, while in other it is a latent fire
liable to burst into activity and prmiuce
untold misery on the least provocation.
SCrOfUla is tin- m y ai ni.nt to
wnii-h the human family is subject, of
which the above sweeping statement
i-i n honestly be made. Now, a medi
cine that can meet this common enemy
of mankind and repeatedly effect the
wonderful ciires Hood's Sarsapiirilln
has, clearly has the risrbt to the title
of America's Creates! Medicine.
Is sold by all druggists, $1; six for V.
Hood's Pil .Vri:.,::':!::;"M,
V i t ll
liatabllnhcd I 7 SO. ,
telehratod for more
than a century as a r-j
(Iclii ions, ii ti Ir i t iritis,
3. n d flesh forming
beverage, has our
on the front of every
package; and our
f 'liorolaticr."on tiie 'o
NONI- OTHI.K OliNLINti.
MADE ONLY Bt
WALTER BAKER & CO. Ltd.,
Dorchester, Mass. j
Pish rip 4
FOR 14 CENTS
W i wuh tut'Jitti 1 .4) im) ii mw c:i-
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tv i;sl lHHll Iili1ierf
tr tli-tii-Rtct ntwl ur.
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iitpply nf I W iml1 ni i i
ii ii.' id n mm tit: ri'-'
r4 k Wrilf fur I'i.m f i-t Ut
, Olll MIAN NintNfJtlK-, Krjrni.ldl, Neb.
i n'.iri ijr
A liettcr Si-ale fur
ies iniitiey than ham
hrr 'i '11 iillelcil
J , l i s ii f I'lii'.difniit'in,
liliicl,iinit..ii, .N. V.
M L tills Will lit Ail Ubt lA.lo.
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kJi Hsl I nil. I. Mi.,t
I iisle. O iisl. I,'!
AI.AIIATIN: n w II r?
Atabaatlna l t Ourali.a tttiil lintiiml C"t
lng for walla ami eclilii-!. fiitlr.'ty .I ff. rent
fnim all anlkoinin prcnritnii. inS'i'' rfit'ly
fnr n In ahh or lualva hi'miilfni Miiu
bj Ih almpla aildltina of "iter ilmi -S nmkf
tilnf (initfd lo nil lli c.,1.1 aalfri. put
up In dr.r pnaifer furm, n S pound pm lt''l
with full (llraetlmil on rrtj pa' b(e,
WHAT AUK KAIOMINrT
Riltomlaa r rhp tfinporira araaatra-
tlntu BjaniifHi'lurfil frum i-ln,a. ,
WILL KEEP A) DRY.
it ir:,.!.vn;: ;;,,: 'i
1 lllliKii we Ought ' HuiWi
Tliat chil 'ren fboiill b- augh' to my
"Thank yon" as soon as they can ieak
That a child will be polite if his moth
er saya "Thank you" to biin whnn lie
(lives her anything.
That a thin flannel bandage around a
child'H abdo oen w.ll often prevent
clu l'-ra infantum.
That a child should never be ftihten
ed by stories told by nur-e-i
That a child should be t night fognrple
bb eady pg pesaib! '.
GREAT AND HONORED NAMES
Borne by New Vork Men in the Com'
nion Walks of Life.
New York's directory can turn oir
a few inld names, but an inves:!(a!ioi
has shown rather remarkable and cu
lions fa-ts, which g to prove that tin
ansiver o Shakspeare's ipiesilon 1;
that there is nothing at all iu a name
I 'or William Shakespeare -1 he Will
lam Shnkspearc of New Vork is s
humble pri'iier. Tin re Is a John Mil
ton In New Vork who, as the ilirecton
ib-M-rilies him, !s an engineer. Vh-to:
HuK'i is jiut down as a waiter in a res
tauraiit. Kdwin Itisitli Is given as i
nurse, and Francis 1'cicou aii-ars ii
the role of a piano tuner.
There art- seven Thomas .Icfliersons
and one of them Is a policeman, o:
a rou ml ibcen Andrew .lackuis one it
a mli-t. another a repairer of bicycles
Six Ct-o ce WasliiiisCtoiis vary In avo
cation from lawyer to stock broker,
Hie Plato soils hats, James !. Itlaini
Is a coachman, JefTerson Havls a drl
ver, Henry Clay a lalsirer, and Julim
Caosar Is a cigar salesman. There art
to Ih'ii I'Yankllns, one Williaiii K
iladsione, four Koln-rt I'.urnses an
ai'.v number of (Jeorge Cotvlraa---Uy
rf-n's mime. There are twenty Ton
Moores, a Virgil and a Homer. Then
Is but one Henry Heine In New Vork
two Pli-hard Wagners, our? Verdi, win
Is a musician, and a Cluck, who is I
This by no melius exhausts the list ot
famous flames whose owners were ni
obscure as their nominal prototype!
were famous, but It shows tlie Isss:
bililles of Creater New Vork.
'Queen's t'irciis KtdiiiaT.
yutH'ii Henrietta of lielgiuni, by birti
an Austrian archduchess, continues, fc
slilte of her snow-white hair and rani
as a grandmother, to occupy her Win
with circus riding. A year ago sh
gave, ill the riding school of the roya
palace at Brussels, u semi -public pel
forniatiee. In which she ami her daugt
ter I 'lenient ine put ti.o'r ho:s.js tlirouj
all kinds of fancy paces am! trick rlf
lug with the skill of profes-siniialx. The;
leapisl their horse through burnin,
hoo)is and over flaming hedges. an. he
majesty Jumped a pet iior-e over a die
tier table covered with tlovveis ani
lighteil candelabra. Then she drove ,
u-am of twenty In hand herself, mount
isl on her favorite mare. NewcusU
A (.lyanlic I-'nglisli llrewery.
Some H.ikhi peojde are employed a
Bass' Burton breweries and the nutii
her of clerks employed Is nearly .'IOC
The breweries cover about L'imi acres o
bind. The annual output is aboti
1 .lioinio barrels, and the annual ls.su
if botUing laci-ls Is about ".:iii,MKi.O0C
Moreover, mi h-ss than Mi,' mo acres af
employed in growing hop for the mac
tifaeiurc of 15a -s" ale.
It alwayH pectin pathetic 'o a father to
bear his little chililren ay the angels
must be like mamma.
A copy of the new edition of Miss
Parma's Choice Heceipt.i wtll be sent
postpaid to anv ot our readers who wdl
make application by postal card or note
to alter Baker & Co., Limited, Ior-cb-ster,
Ttiiw h"i' iviiriri"ii"ie nr i.mr may ri-J'tlT In tlia
ai ti-riii ef lit' mi - suli i-ur s..:i
liur llwr urnl W in -ktri iijii, nl.-urfc fir lir.iwn, Ti'ic
Londoii's gr. a' tne aks i emiiien.-iirate
with her ciz-1, but she hasn't beaten Chi
.Mother Cray's Sieei Piiwili'i'4 for
Success f 11 11 v 11-e.i by Mot her Cray, nur-i-in
the Chil. In-n's lioiiie in New Vo;k.
ei, re I'ei -erishlii'ss, Had Mntu ich. 'J'ect i,
inil hisiiiders, move and i i-rui i' i- t!e
liimcl.s and destroy Wnrins. ' v-r lit. -tr
lestillii.tll lis. .' 'I Kt:i-' : Inil. At B.I
dni'i-'ists. i-""'. ainple I- UK!!. Addr- s
Alien S. Olmsie l. I.e l:.i, N. V
to be b aiiHe
isii'l hal it 's cr ic'ked ut
m:i-r'e i peoi.le : rcii't.
nt l'ls-i'i i lire I'.r i otc'itat'
I ion iMir'e-1 in
I a i
J. .N irliui.-i, I'm
I tel.. l:.r. Ji. I V.I
New Zealand lias tie o an
r I -t Q ri-mn't'i'i1 1 " . i ' i frc
ll I O III -I .lh - il-- -' 1 . I ' 1
rt.,iir S-nil fur I II I I v H" I I 'i- li -
la a 11 kuii, l.nl 1 :. si,, .i imifi,
i ai; .
A (date league of tiitie tax clubn i- ti
be found in Michigan.
Mm vinliiv' s.iiiiiiisn svhcp tor eiilhl
ten left lit in.', ' ll'-ie H-i' t-u ni -, ri"lni'c inlUiu
Hi at leu, m 1 1 y 'i in. 1 -Hi'V w I n't i'iiMc. .'. H' I ml I le
TO C'CN I'' At o'l.lt IN IIMi DAY.
Tali I auclYt- III" Viilntiin IhIiIiiII Ail lirug-tflMa
nfiioil Uii nioni j li I ':itl ii n 26c
employs f),0d0 women in
arhlllin, HC. nrr atgrli nn tli Bid! with da-
(.ftkini ni.tmiii .'Inn A 1ft 1M K! 1 lo la a i-ollifnl. I
nlllell :i.l- lllliili(.dl 8 pI'.iei-M f ellilllj,
liiiritciift nllh Uk-e. tin ha reeita and re.
dfcorntf'.l fri'in lltna lo Itinr, Htlnniil lniv
In k ! """li and , ri iB lit old cel. It I'f
furf rem. lug.
I AI TION,
(titimimira In Inij-lng Alaliaattna ilinttld
lev Hint the f ioiU arp In im knufi ami prnp
(riy latii'liil. If atij- dpiiler latin ymi that
ba . an m-ll n Ilia ainc thing aa A'tilciicliia,
or n.ll.'tilllf um giioil. rltle-r ii 'd
Hun M 'hat Hlia Could.
A co'ored woman went lo .astor of her
church the other day to complain of the
conduct of her husband, who, ehe said,
wai a 1 iw down, worthless, trilling n g
tier. After l.s'enirtg to a loti(t recital ol
ibe ileliiiiucnciei of her neglectful
spouse and her offort-i to correct them
tne miuimer said, "Have you ever tried
helping coh In of lire on his head?" "No"
was the reply, "ut I done tried hot
rtater." Washington l.ttter in Chicago
rALLACY OF CHILDREN'S BOOKS.
.Notion nf tlie Writers that 1 licy Mnl
lie on the Level of the Jnfant Miod.
They have succ"eilel, according to
Harper's Magalue. They have got be
low tiie level of any kind of mind.
'1 hey are as mediocre and almost as
commonplace as half the novels that
are bought and read by adults. Is iio-1,11-stic
twaddle, U cause it is printed,
of service to any mind, young or old'
The ponderous Dr. Johnson lived
when the attempt to dilute the minds
if children was just In ginning to be
made, and he characterized it witJi his
Usual directness jitid good sense. Iu
Mint Inexhaustible and wholly charm
ing storehouse of anecdote and enter
tainment, Johnsonian Miscellanies, ed
lietl inv Ptrklieck Hill, there Is a record
of Johnson's disapproval of put
Nowbery's books into the hands
children as too trifling to engage th
attention, "Babies." he said, "do not
want to hear about batrles, they like to
he told of gian'H and castles, and of
soniothitig tnat. can trench and stimu
late their minds. " They like genuine
stories, and a genuine story has always
a strong flavor of human nature or
some supernatural life in it. It is itiite
true that th" young mind wants the
florles put Into simple language, with
out superfluous flourishes- just as the
signs used by deaf mutes discard ev
erything that does not directly produce
the Image of the mind. The signs ap
proach the linguistic simplicity ol
"Aesop's Kaliles." And this necessity
for simplicity ts the apology for som
of the books written especially for chil
dren ihat is, the class represented bj
Lamb's "Tales from Slinkspeare," and
pro-e tales from Homer, and generally
the 1 1 reek legends and the fairy siorii-
and mediaeval narratives, half-super
natural. The "reductions" of good
books for the use of children are, how
ever, on tiie borderi.iuil of the adtuts
Hive, and In most i-iki-s It Is belter lot
the children, as soo:i as they can re.'ic
easily, to read Shakspeare ami a gooi!
translation of Homer, or have their
read to them. If the real things arc no:
put Into their han.'.-i they -..ill rent!
some! :i log. and go on and enfe cii
their minds with the attractive vol
limes that are pret 'iy iilus' i';i I --d. anc
reiuire not so much menial ,-tiort n:
the couversailnn at a little girl's to
The profcs-i'dlv comic papers are no
above prlntluj: stories with a moral
'Ihii.s we titid In Judv;e the fnllowinj
eh-ci ioiicei iuu' aiiecdoie, the moral o
which is. in Judge's laiiua-e. "lion'
hustle too !;:trd."
.Jim Itii.-sli' wanted the nomin.'i! ioi
for Coiinty 'l'rea uin-r iu I'cu's t'oiintj
last fa!!. : i. I liN success was .
bv liiose who knew I. im. lie
.oicvvetic as a t utrlHiat, and af
asti mule. Tin-other .-andidaii's -toau
II lie e
1 t l-Clil
tliric-'h a I""
deep with u,i
of ciuc-hler :1
Tlie I'. line T
.ins raiti. '' er
I. to s... a n
e ill 1 1 11' lice.
receive; 1cm ,
"I ' pos,
I his I,. i II
"1 .1 1."
a t.-,v III
iioin w Im
1 up t'
s o.c ;
I oot -1 .use.
II vollr shoe .
i-e, e- I ol I
Mllil I il-.
.'ill d: il. s
Alien S. I I
1 ild - ii
!' I. I.
Kcv. N. V.
tit- id ways c no ru;,i
i te pl y ;n (';. t book .
iitn's leiniiio.' :!,y.i.i
'ailed '0 nctiM' service
in cie-e nf an emernen
furlough from the am
ih I'm b!e to be
( iermaii army
lie is on a life
He ca!d hi3 back was broken by LAMEBACK
all hi3 strength came back by use of
J VII UUJ WW W III
ti'd ur In trying I" il""clva juu. offeilns
ni'tliliig Ihiit In" Im hoiiglil clicnp anil l
trvlug In aa on AliihMaliiio't dfmaDd, ir.d
:, r nilhoiit rialllnn th (Iniimi.'C Hint It
ail ba to 7011 to get a poor k a I aom i u prep
ainilon on your walla.
A few dralra have trlnl to build up a d
niniid on a kiiixiuiiiit that ll put up In a
bin'! pm-lted four pound pi. kag, wlilch
thrr but I17 tha punml fur four pounila, and
Ir.t to lell for a fiva pound packagr, th
nil, aa packng- nf A ibllnr. IiikIhI on
hating Alnl.mtliiK In paekngoi and prnpi-rtT
lali'lcd, and .ton will gl an 1 1 afacl or rnuliR
unit beautiful walla.
A OihmI llacoa Hog.
A writer for the American Cultivator
speak well of the Jersey red or duroe M
a bacon hog, but tbinki that on account
of the ability to atand exposure and
habits it is better miited to the Western
farmer, who peimita hiB bogs to run wild
over an extensive range, than to the
far.ner who have limited ranges and
shelter their stock iu bad weather.
These hogs are coarser built, thi' ker
brittUd aud hardier than moat of the
other improved breede. .
One of Mrs. PinkhanYs Talks
Concerning a Mother's Duty to Her
Chat with Miss
The balance wheel of a woman's life
foriuance of this function depends her
Irregularity lays the foundation of
of disease. It is
is an established fact.
"1 I yV'X' " st"fo
ing your daughter to the grave, for siie will die 1
This is gospel truth she is developing consumption of the bowels 1
Lydia K. Piukham's Vegetable Compound -is the greatest regulator known
to medicine. Make haste to use it n the first appearance of the tell-tale
symptoms; it will restore all the female organs to their normal condition.
Miss Marie Johnson's letter to Mrs. I'iukham, which follows, should inter
est all mothers aud young ladies. .She says :
"My health became, so poor that
school. I was tired all lie tunc, ami
in my side and back. 1 would nave
so badly that everything would appear black he
fore my eyes, and I could not go on with my
studies. I was also troubled with irregularity of
menses. I was very weak, and lost so
that mv friends became alarmed. My
is a firm believer in your remedies
ence, thought perhaps they might
and wrote vou for advice. 1 followed
you gave, and Used Lydia H. i'-iikhanrs Vegetable '
Compound and Liver Tills as y-u directed, and am
now as well as I ever was. 1 have gained llcsli
and have a good color I atn completely cured of irregularity.
express my gratitude, and I ran not thank you enough for your kind advice and
medicine." Mtsd Makil Y. Jounso.v, Centralia, i'a.
NS. CURE CONSTIPATION
SilLwmB i,Tsi... , . m.Mi?:fH7r.. I.'iSka
25c soc mmm
uSay Aye 'No' and Ye'll Ne'er Be Mar
ried." Don't Refuse All Our
Advice to Use
WTa1-" 'VmSi" i "J """""" l"1 daw Jitfel
A ff Kt'-fi. li
'.. SIVli'H .jl' liTTni
'1'op i:;ir :vr 3"'! I
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ft -". Sni-u nnl
S'a.- ms. fi'iid f-jr
CaiAiKgt:") of &ii our
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ELKHART !AUUIA.E AM) UAU.SiisS Uu.
rri:. sir.. do
HKTTI5K THAN 1XIUN.
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builds up, restores, CURES.
How niniiv ttntiipii ar nujli.g, "dh, 1 want
a chang in my wall di't'orotlntis; I am tired
of wall ppir." How many dalr are fay
ing, -.ih, what a niilnanca th wall papr
bui.lii baa bocom; tunv in nob tlm and
lnv!tiiiiit It take and bow llttl th prof
it:" Hon many paiiif ia and deoratora
who hv lnt lhlt iiiflin-nc to puh for
ward Ih wull pnper rrat now find tblr
oiviipallnn gen. To all auch w would aay,
yf. acll and advocnlk tit dun. til iii.il
a iii'itiinm .-an b t,d on it'ur ptiti-d
I'rofeaaor Nikolaus Mueller, of I: mo
haa pulilishul a ' article which twi'l- ' '
phow that owing to resent: evidei , n
is iuipo-s;b e ihat we can have tlie In -est
conct pti hi of the Saviour's form
Aildiiigton Park, in Surrey, Knp!'eC
for eighty ye irs the country eeat of t!"
archbishop of Canterbury, has be. n "M
Five archbiabopB are buried in ;e
isb church vard at AddinBton.
Togctt:: with a
many diseases, and is in itself symptom
of the greatest importance that rt-g;u-
larity be accomplished ;us soon as possible after the fiui
Disturbance of tbu rr.enstrual function rxnsons
tlie blotxl. Iu younj.' frirls su;;pression develota
latent iiihcriled tendencies to sx-rofnla ur con
sumption, aud no time must be lost in restoring
regularity. Many a jouu girl goes to her grave
because this difficulty has been Humght lig-htiy of,
and motlic r bits t aid, "Time will bring about a
cure; sin: is jmiii '. 1 don't worry about bcr."
Mother, wbcu j.'ij si-e your daug-bter lan;fuid
and indifferent to things that usually interest a
young; girl, when you note that flush on her cheek,
that glassy appearance in her eyes; when your
daughter tells you that even the weigdit of her
di'ess wai' t oppresses her, and that she lias terri
ble pains in her stomach shortly after eating, don't
ignore these signs 1 J you do, you will be follow
I had to leave
hail drcaaiul pains dfe
t IH cm-
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an I Miik.
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lisle, s; r,.L 1.11
ifl..ri,r lamp. fun.
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r-Mili'i !,)::.' v ill i nv so v, !.
nut: l.'-i at your -tofir
tills I'll,! llt. V tO .,,tV ll.
tin ti i-t: , t, ,ivti s ,in i iK n J.
Wo also muiiuia,'lar
I Oil, WOK K s, Omntta, Nfll.
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. oonii "0." ft n trt, or Or. uil tit
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I.e.- Hie J for iliiUAtwrfc'
dirrli'.iiii'. t 11 aoj ui Atlar a
11 1 a1 a or uLaiftlloat
of in tie hum titi.uiboiaM.
riuiisfd. and nut atuia-
f.i, ii'-nt "i i'"it'nti'i.
o.rn soiil bjr itruev'aav
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u Circulai firLl uu laqaaal
N. N. U. NO. 48110.
walla, wood rlltngt, brlrk or cava. 'h
al'aoliitly 0rproof la Ita nature, fa (iiinlbl.
and any oui ran bruih It ou. AUbaatfira hi
Miltl by dnigglHta and paint datra rf
wbcra. Aak your dalr for cart ( tlmlav
Da not bny a law suit er am latasiaa
with rbp kalaomlBra, wblcb ar all lailta
tlona of Allbaatln. DMitft tHIaM tkt
rtk of ault for damagaa ky Mlllaf M lav
frliignuf nt. Alubaailn Corapaay tTat tkw
rigid. rorrd by lttr pataat, t auk a
and a!l wall coatlagi t4apta4 M ka) ajlgaal
wltb (old walr.
r.f. Pr' ee
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