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L a KUIi rswiuiroi
hit in time niay save the
The Iran will of the average ruau is
nothing bat pig iron.
Olrte r-form is awaitinz th tnven- j
lion of wireless polities.
A woman Invariably has more listen
ing than speaking acquaintances.
From the epicure's point of view fine
fsathsra do not make fine birds.
An? man who U determined to en
Joy life, whether he does or not, is a
A bachelor imagines he's a born dip
lomat because he is able to settle bis
affairs out of court.
Happiness consists in finding some
one to love and in working for that
Eren the man who lives a useless
!if may srve a purpose by posing
as an example to others.
The lady who plays bridge whist can
not be exiecled to countenance tbe
man who plays poker. That's differ
ent If old Geronimo has repented of all
Ids sins he is to be congratulated on
his speedy work. The feat beats riding
ninety miles In nine days.
"William Shakespeare," says the
Cincinnati Enquirer, "probably did not
write the Shakspeare works." This
throws the whole question open again.
A writer in the I'aris Figaro says the
Sultan of Turkey is doing more for
civilization than any other monarch in
Europe. Still, that isn't saying so
much for the sultan.
Altogether, the Humberts seem to
haTe made a profitable business trans
action. Having collected their $10,
000,000 In advance, they can afford to
stay in prison five years at $2,000, 000
Japan now proposes to trade Corea to
Kussia for Manchuria. As Japan does
Hot o'.vti Corea and Russia has no title
to Manchuria, both nations would pro
fit by the bargain, like men trading
Profiting by the disastrous experi
ence which has practically stripped the
older settled States of their original
magnificent forests, the interior depart
ment has set aside 6,000 square miles
of land In Alaska as a timber reserve.
Lumber la an article of such scarcity
in Alaska that there has been Improvi
dent cutting of trees in the timber
belts fur mining and building purposes.
By establishing a system to enable
the lumbermen to use matured trees
without destroying immature growths
the forests may be so conserved as to
yield a continuing supply.
Despite a vigorous and rational prop
aganda cremation as a mode of dis
posal of the bodies of the dead grows
little in general favor. According to
German statistics the total number
of Incinerations after death In Europe
luid the United States during 1902 was
only 9.920, of which France, despite
her declining birth rate, furnished
n-arly half, and the United States
despite their vast population, less than
a third. When grief caused by death
i3 not personal the hygenlc argument
for Incineration seems convincing, but
when thfl personal test arrives subjec
tion of the dead to the furnace turns
human feeling away from the crema
tory. Nothing Which science or art can
devlaw robs th coffin of Its living
agony. Securely Incased, the gentle
earth continue to appear the most
kindly receptacle of pulseless human
Th biggest thing In England Isn't
the king. It Is precedent. The Eng
lisbman is content to do things aa his
father and hl father'i father did them
and doesn't seem to be able to learn
!ue meaning of the word, "Progress.'
Just now the shoe statistics make
good reading. John Bull Is a famous
shoemaker. Once he could point with
pride to his shoe product. English
miops were ciumsey, nut they wore
ivell and were what the English were
used to, so John Bull was content and
;ilcased with his trade and his moth
ptli. An American business man
doesn't ask for any better opportunity
than Is afforded by a competitor who
satisfied. "It well enough alone,"
in't worth a red cent as a business
moito. In 1S92 the United States sent
tn Great Britain 1,507 pairs of shoes.
They were better than the English
shoes. They wore well, were artistic
in shape and finish and cheap enough
to find ready sale. In 1893 we export
ed 408,"27 pairs of shoes. In 1902 the
United Slates exported 3,W,7ftl pain
of shoes, and more than 1,000,000 pairs
went to England. They were valued
at f2.013.WK). In addition, 1,405.587
pairs went to various English colonies.
The business Is growing In spite of
the efforts of English manufacturers,
and It all goes to show that the Amer
ican workman and the manufacturer
Make a leam that Is Invincible.
The deserted farm and tbe woman
who roust snpport herself hare am
iking at least In common they ar sot
fontl problems. Careleaa wrUn have
nude It appear that an the
deserted farms are In New Kngland
and all the women who have to eun
their own living are restricted by cir
cumstances to the cities. Two essayt
recently read before agricultural so
cletles in the Central West suggest t
wider and truer view of the situs
tion. One essayist told of a womar
who bought a farm, when overwork
forced her to retire temporarily from
her profession. She hires a man foi
outside work and a woman to do th
rougher housework. She enjoys purfl
air. freU vegetables and plenty ol
milk and butter and eggs, and re
ceives enough money for the hay pro
duced on the farm to meet all hei
expenses. The heroine of the other
essayist was a successful stenogra
pher,- who, wanting- a--nouse or- nei
own. pitched upon a three-acre placi
which was far from cities, but within
reachable distance of several summei
hotels. By study, perseverance, tad
and common sense, she presently
found herself marketing every yea!
live thousand pounds of honey, fifteen
hundred ducks and quantities of fina
fruit. Trobably there Is not a county
in any Htate which does not offer slm-
ilar opportunities for tired women to
rest by change of occupation, and
meantime earn a living; or for ambi
tious women to take up fruit-growing,
market-gardening, poultry-keeping, or
some other specialty, and carry !t on
to a profit. We glory in the women
who have sought out such openings,
Their number should Increase.
The man with the cheery smile. Yoi
all know him, and you are all glad you
do. He is a blessing to his friends
and strangers take to him. Everyono
feels good when the cheerful man
hoves in sight. HI coming drives out
the shadows which have been linking
In gloomy corners. His advent is Uko.rhls ladder will cost but a small sum
a stray streak of sunshine, stealing
In between gray clouds. No matter
what the cheerful man's avocation is,
everyone reels toe oetter oi usvius
come In contact with him. He may
lie tbe grocery man, or the ice man,
or the gas man, or the doctor man.
but no matter what kind of a man be
Is, he is always welcome. If ne I.)
the grocery man, his smile gets him
more orders than if he were gloomy.
The most exacting housewife nevu
notices short weight when the sunny
ice man hands In the dally supply of
frozen water. The gas man's bills aro
not half so hard to pay when they aro
presented by a collector with an Il
luminated countenance. And the cheer
ful doctor. He is a man who is a
veritable blessing. His patients look
for his visit longingly and his ring at
the door bell Is worth all his physic.
Perhaps he has not anything like the
billty of the physician who does not
smile quite so expansively, but you
just know that he has twice as much
practice. The cheerful man Is not In
the same class as the affable man. Ho
beats him by a head every time. The
latter type Is not always to be trusted;
sometimes. Just sometimes, his smooth,
polished ways are only on the surface.
But the cheerful man is nearly always
good hearted. He loves his telknvl
men, and be would Just as soon they
knew it. He may not have anything
to give but his cheering words and
kindly looks, but they are given so
generously that they are worth theit
weight in gold. The cheerful man H
often abused for the very quality
which really endears him to his
friends, but if anything should happen
to take him away from the haunts of
men he is missed more than anyone
can possibly Imagine and mostly b.v
the very ones who have often called
him an Intolerable nuisance. Thi
cheerful man is all right, and every
body, always down deep, thinks soj
language Vsed by Tabby.
A French professor has become th1
Columbus of Catland. He has lenrne-1
the language of cats. The vocabulary
is so small that It is a matter of won
der that the world waited so long fof
someone to put It among tbe thing!)
anyone may know. Here are some ol
the cat words he has learned:
"Aello" Is a request for food.
"Aliloo" is a request for water.
"Lae" Is a request for milk.
"El" expresses a desire for red meat
"Bleeme-b!" means kitty wants cook
"Ptlee-bl" Is mouse meat and Is ap
plied to any food which kitty fondle
"Meouw." uttered simply, Is a greet;
ing; uttered fiercsly imd with acceiij
on tbe "Me" Is an expression of hatre.
"Mieuow, vow, wow, yelwoyowj
tlow, ys-ss-syow" in the yell of deflf
auce In battle and is variously accenii
ed to tell of the prr.gics cf hostility
"ys-s-s-s-s -yow" be.ug the cry
"Vi",v" signifies that the cat Is
distress and need human aid. It
uttered very softly.
"J'arrlere" Is a request to open a
"Purrieu" Is the I love-yon of cat-
Jand. and when utiered with rollina
"r"' and a rise on the last syllable la
a call from a mother lo lis kitten.
St Louis Post-Democrat
A Matter i,t Doubt.
"I suppose, my boy," said tbe Strang,
er In town, "I can Jump on any onti
of these cars and go to the park."
"I dunno," replied the newsboy)
Mi.nuder guy dat looked as clnmsy as
you tried to Jump on one de udder day
an' he went ter de morgue." Phi la del
At tbe Play.
"This la what they call realism, 1
"I sraeae so. Everything seene to
be real except tbe sentiment." De
troit free Preea.
Hams-Made Fruit LadJer.
The average fruit ladder, as found in
nost orchards, is not particularly de
lirable mainly because it Is not de
ilgned for this particular work. The
broad top of the common ladder mtik'
S almost impossible to get It among
lie branches In a firm position. Where
ne haB considerable fruit to gather, a
special ladder constructed after the
blan of the one In the illustration will
je found not only useful, but will save
ionsiderabie time In the frult-gsitber-'ii
A pole, preferably a green one from
ihe woods, should be secured, having
If of the desired length. The largest
Mid should be split up about three feet
Hid a brace Inserted to keep the sides
Ipart. The ends which stand on the
ground should be sharpened or covered
with sharpened pieces of iron, which
iny blacksmith can fashion and at
tach. Bore holes one and one-half
Inches In diameter In both sides as far
spart as the rungs are to be placed.
The rungs should be formed of some
lough wood so that they may not be
made too bungling. At the top of the
pole a strip of strap Iron Is fastened
with a long hook so that it may le
passed over the branches of the tree.
The Illustration on the left of the cut
hows how the hook Is fastened on.
ind if well made will last for years.
It would be a good plan to have sev-
ral of them of different lengths.
Lime and Kulphnr AVunlt.
Fruit growers are quite Inter sied In
Jie formula composing the new in
lecticide, lime and sulphur, but have
louiid the labor of making it consid
erable because of the necessity for boil
ing tbe mixture. Itecent experiments
iave shown that If poiasli or caustic
soda is used there will be no tie ?
dty for boiling. The formula for inrk
ng in this way is this: Take tweiiiy
mp'ls of mipiiur, forty pounds of
.me, live iound of caustic t-oix m.d
sixty gallons of water. Make a thin
,aste of the sulphur and dissolve the
:uustic Sfjila in water.
In slitking the lime, ue only enough
nalw to make it boil rapidly. During
he process of slaking, pour Into inc
line the sulphur paste, and then the
raustlc da solution, adding water if
accessary, and stirring rapidly unlil
ill bubbling stops, when dilute wilh
vater to the consistency and strength
leeded for the t-praylng. The use of
.bis material In spraying Is not only
i decided check on scale, but very ef
'ective against various Insects. Ap
)llcations may be made In the late
'all, In midwinter and in the early
Crops for Orchards.
If the soil in tbe orchard Is in good
bape and fairiy rich, the best cover
!Top Is undoubtedly crimson clover,
ind this may be sown at any time
tiow. If the soil Is poor crimson clo
rer is not likely to succeed, so that
wmethlng that will add humus to the
)oll should be used rather than to at
tempt to get the leiiefit of the leg
umes. For SOWl!!2 111 an orchard of
Ibis kind rye will probably be most
ifitisfactory. It should be sown about
!be 1st of September, and plowed tin
ier In the curly pr!r.'.'. mul then the
uimmr cultivation of the surfat soil
(ak'-n up ngiiin. It Is quite probable
Unit following Ibis method will put
!he soil in shape so Ihsit another fall
't will be lit to grow crimson clover.
Goml for llntc.
Take six bushels of cob charcoal or
bree bushels of common charcoal,
right pounds of salt and one pound of
Kpsom sails, two quart of air-slack
.line, one bushel of wood ashes. Break
he charcoal Into stmitl pieces and
horoughly mix the other Ingredleuts
ivith It. Then Inke one pound of cop
rss and dissolve In hot water, and
villi an ordinary watering not sprln
le over the whole mass and again
nix thoroughly. This mixture should
te kept dry. Feeding a portion of It
wlce a week furnishes something that
lie hogs demand and assists In taking
iff the gases of the stomach, expelling
worms and regulating their conditions.
-Winchester (Ind.) Herald.
l.aii Pirn Fa ml Ilea.
Ore of the English agricultural o
;letlis has atnrled n new form of com
petition along the line of the anti-race
luleld Idea. The first prlwf went 10
ihe fa iin laborer who had brought up
ind established in a career the greatest
lumber of children. The winning fam
It bad a record of 19 children born,
HOMEMADE KKCIT LAl'Dl:U.
17 brought up and 12 cf these at work.
The second yrl.e winner had 15 chil
dren. IS brought up, all usefully occu
pied. Tl'ere were 10 entries, and those
next 'n order 'ind Id. H, 13. and 13
child; c rtMiAi-tiuly.
T'.e V:,iiie at Fertilizer.
Tb.i I'unluj Experiment Station has
bn:-n "nndii-1litg a huiuImt of experi
ments with euro, UMhg different kinds
of fertilizer. The tests r.bov.- that
kai:ilt la valuabl- as compared with
straw or lime. Th? corn was planted
the second week In JfiTTe. The corn
ion the plats to which kainit or straw
was applied made a continuous growth,
and afler the middle of July these
pl.its could readily tie distinguished
1 - - -
THEAlf l) AX,-) USTKEATEU EAIW.
that showu on the pluts on which no
firtiih'.cr was used. The treated P'b'i
did not r!rfn as early as the others,
and the fodder was i-ligbtly damagid
by fn;ct on September 27, although no
Injury was done to the ears. The corn
was cut from the different plats Oc
tober 3 imd husked October 19. Th
yield and treatment are shown in th
Yield Per Acre
Plat 8mml torn. Fodder,
No. Treatment. tufhnla. ton.
I. Imp f2.4 2.4
l ime -'.") I 1.48
Mrnw 4S 6 1.12
Niimi- 1 t4
Ktili.lt M.4 2.43
l.hni- 52 2.21
Lime 15. 04 1.04
Noue 4 .08
The conclusion Is that returns art
bound to be profitable In land treated
as were the plants In the experiment!
cited especially as to kslnit or straw.
Another Ibing shown is that the Influ
conclusion Is that returns
ence of the treiitment Is bound to b
effective for vear lo come, as the land
will the more readily respond to labor
put upon It.
Kt-p'iria: Sweet Potataea.
To keep well sweet potatoes Bhoulr
be dug when the soil is quite dry and
aftirnnrd spread thin to cute fr ten
days at least in an outbuilding secure
from rain and frixrt. Road dust one
third of which Is composed of fine sand
is lct for packing In. Place a layer ol
dust In the bottom of box or barrel or
whatever Is Ufi.ed to pack In, then a
layer of potatoes, being careful to cov
er every potato completely with dust
before adding the next layer. Tbe last
layer is dust. We kei-p mveet potatoes
in this manner all winter, and they
SK-iii as fnsii ns when first packed.
We keep them in an outhouse until
severely cold weather, merely covtrinc,
the boxes with carpeting, etc. When
severe cold s.-ts In they are removed 10
a room where a tire Is kept part of tbe
d;iy only. Failure to keep well Is often
due to l) much h-it or packing nwaj'
In too warm matTials. Cor. Ohio
Prolific New V heata.
New varieties of Russian wheat have
lieen tested with good results at
branch experiment station In Kansas.
Several kind', KI;,rkov, Crimean
Thi-l.-s, etc., yielded bver forty bush
els per acre, and others ranged from
thirty-five to forty bushels. The se-ed
Is being sold to Kansas wheat grow
The crab apple is one of the hardiest
of trees, and as there Is nearly always
a demand for crab apples In market,
they are found profitable by some. The
blossoms are beautiful In spring, and
the trees are more ornamental thun
some which are used for shade and or
nament The large ami growing de
mand for pure Jellies ami preserves
nhould create a larger murket In tho
future for crab apples.
Holier process bran is, on the aver
age, better than old pro's bran. Bran
Is rich In ash, or mineral matter.
which renders It a suitable food for
growing animal. It serve well with
all foods which are Licking In line ot
bone forming materia!, and is valuabl
in the maiiine heap. It may not W
equal to linseed meal or some oilici
foiKls, fur ccrttiii purposes, but It Is a
food thai should always be used,
A city boy Is greener In the coun
try than tbe conn'ry lpy Is In the ellj-,
A dairyman recently hired u yotniil
city chnp mid sometime during the firs'
week gave blm lb" onl -r to "mlt tha
calves." II" found out later that llni
young American bad rubbed about t
quart of salt Into the hair on the ImcM
of each calf. Ijiter horses running In
the pasture discovered these salty
calves and proceeded to help them
selves, resulting In ma'ny instances In
the lialr iM-Ing licked completely off.
Hothouse farming is not only profit
able, but It seems to pos.'Ss quite a
fascination In the very nature of tho
work. Most fbirlsts and hothousi
gardeners appear Interested and even
enthusiastic, while their sons often
take special Interest In the work under
glass, and are not so likely to leave
the farm aa are other young nun lu
the country. Gardening In moist, pert
petual summer lias both pleasures ami
drawbacks, but swnu as near as any
Ihlng to an ideal pursuit for men ol
women adapted to tbe requirement.
LET THIS CCOON BE YOUR
FROtt KIDNEY, BLADDER,
doubt ud b v a tn
cure. whtt th-f tl.utt
who imift lu !' I ill
A chins Lack i ar ead.
flip, bw:a, a ad loiu iu
v rrrxrfi. fee!fiiijof Ui
limlm and dropsy e:gti
Tuff corwt ortne with
brick dust iwiiiieiit, bih
cloiM, pam in p-Min?,
dribbling, Irrtiue-wr. bed
Pt'is- rurDOVft calculi and
graveL Kelie-e brart juvl-
Tiuami,i, Mim. 'I
triU erythintc forawnk
ba"k aii't irnt no rWi f until
I uattdltoaa s li l "
- J. :. Lxvis.
raici m uiii, J
Tninai i f mm mttit
Foe ft 1 trial bo. I1 tl BX1I to
FnMor-M'lt'nm " , I;unfc.. N Y. If
F,v i, ulat, wm alrM oa "tJ-
LtXICAX AOVICK FUKK.
"teaia to look not tucreiy at
clouds but through Uicra tbe sun
shining beyond thorn."
'No one of m is infallible, no, not
even the yoingi-sc. Let U8 accept tbe
little fallings of those around U9
as we accept, facts in nature, and
make the best, ()f tliem, as we accept
the bard siiells of nuts, the rkin of
fruits, the shadow that always ac
companies light. These are not ab
solute faults, tbey are otten but in
dividual p culiaiiUes. Intolerance
sees the mote in Its neighbor's ete as
larger than tbe beam in its own,"
There is no error without intelli
gence. 1 be bchooiniaster.
A man's true wealth Is the good he
docs in the world. Mahomet.
The mission of the skeptic is to
retard pn-gr si. The Crusader.
Wise is the fool who knows
enough to keep it to himself. Ex
change, Same men g'i to bed to late ever to
wake up famous. Chicago News.
The chief end of mao is the one
with the head on. Chicago News
Men make "sucess by making use
nf their failures. Common Sense.
If you don't understand the other
fellow Just laugh, Th. Schoolmaster.
Nothing can he hostile to religion
which is Bgteeable to justice. Ala
Uacon can be cured by smoking, but
the tobacco habit cao't. btanfurd
It should not be forgotten that
some df the best opportunities are
Optimists net more fun in hoping
than pessimists do in having Sat
urday Evening Post.
Cood fortune is simply tbe result of
g od habits, good methods and good
principles. Common Sense.
The man who conceals ills failures
will in the end triumph over the
man who trumpets bis successes
New York Pres3.
" ?j w irk for o:!ier-i is In t eality,
the only way in which b man can
work fur himself. Selfishness is ig
norance." Last year America only Imported
8.00),000 bi.shcls of potatoes.
Twenty-four persons living in
.County Tipperary, I icland, are cen
tenarians. An adder tw'enty-slx inches long
lias been killed by a gamekeeper at
Japanese is the latest language to
be added to tho list at tbe Univers
ity of Chicago.
Games of love often end In a tie.
Self -possession is nine points with
Jle a ho takes his own time gen
erally takes other people's, too.
Smoking cars for ladles are in use
on some of the Russian, railroads.
( j nlral Vl of I.lle.
li-i Donesr, and your friends
call yuu rude.
He pi 'is, and people will call you
He Independent and people will say
you pit 3n airs.
lie philosophical, and people will
call you a regular fool.
Itc tactful, and people will wender
what you are driving at.
Astromoniers announce that the
Star nf liethlehem, which directed
the wise men to the blrtb place of
tilt Savior, will iipp.r once more In
l!U0orl9ll. Josephus the Hebrew
historian, speaks i f this star, which
is now known as Halley's comet, and
since this time It has appeared on
St. Jacobs Oil
Tha old surety, fbrouth Its penctrstin
power, promptly curat
lltM,28e. tod 60s.
MESSENGER OF DELIVERANCE
AND URINARY TROUBLES.
Thm ! Jon ram
ft till" Irial free ta k
ruuu thi'y rura Kldnry
Ilia uil atOI prow U t
Won r PiTI, Mir
"pn KwiierHllLit Ui
r&ao, s bkll iruu iwuaual
df-aire tit unoate W to
get up fl or all Umrl of
a ni-Lt. I Uiluk dial-t-ia
aa well ou'lerwar.
1-t and an k Ira n r!iA.l.
Ibero waa an iDteoaa pais
In I tie lw k, 1bn liral of
hid ootiiJ fori lik CUU
ting one a Ijhiid up to a.
lamp chimnry. I ba'
ua J tha fre irial and two
full boxna of I'n Pills
m:h ihe aatiafw-tjoo c!
filmic that 1 am curwl
Tier ara Lha remedy par
!J. F. B'.vs.
The ivory chair and footstool pre-'
scnted to Queen Victoria by the
manarajah of Travacore will b
among the royal jubilee presents ex
hibited at the woild s fair.
Even when a woman h is como to ,
hate her husband she will get rip
ping mad with blm for not loving
A new lighthouse costing over 2,
SOO.fXX) l Id course of erection at.
Congressional garden seeds are dis
tributed for the purpose of raising
A good stomach is sometimes as
useful as brains in helping a uian
along in the world.
It take a bachelor with money to
exterminate the weeds from a wid
The small boy always wonders if"
his mother will ever get over being
surprised at the things he does.
iSome men are born gieat, some
achieve greatness and othets manage
to grow smaller each day.
If our neighbors had as few faults
as ourselves what a pleasant old
world this would he to live in.
SUM Another Ciiae.
FranksTllle, Wis., Oct 12. Many re
markable Cures are being reported
from all over the country, but there is
one right here In Krunksville which Is
certainly worth publishing, and which
has not as yet been given to the public.
Mrs. iouls Markison of this place
had been a sick woman for ipiite a
long time and could not find anything
to give her any help. She suffered all
the painful symptoms of what Is gen
erally known as female weakness, liv
ery woman who reads her story will
understand tbewe distressing conditions,
which combine to make the lives of
many women one long burden of
weakness and suffering.
Mrs. Markison ch.-mced one d:iy to
tear of fl new remedy called liodd'a
Kidney I'M, that was said lo be a
splendid medicine for women's weak
ness. She determined to try some and
soon foujd herself getting better. She
kept on with the pills and was cured.
Speaking of her case Mrs. Markison
"I can and do praise I.)odd's Kidney
I'ills as a remedy for female weakness.
They are the best medicine I have ever
known, and have done me a great doul
The Lackawanna railroad is en
hancing the natural scenic localities
of its line with liiid. ape gardening
at every station between Hutlalo and
No man's Ignorance ever prevented
him from giving advice.
ara r OltiUn-ma for Catarrh thai
u mercury will mrely dmtroy Ilia mhw of
unell ami romiilaLHy ili-ranio) Hi whole yititt
ahi-u rnlorliif It tlironiili the miiou nrfe ,.
Such arll'-lus bltoulu it?vr be tee-l -x'.cjt m
prnvrlptlon frnrn reittiulila iil.ylelan. a lit
ilamnirit they will do U li-nlold to II r kikkI ..,i
can Klliv di-rlva Iroin thm. IIhII'i ( aiarili
('urn, nianiiiatiirNl liy I-'. .1. 'liertey Ki '!nl
do. O., contain uu iiwury, and i lakeri Inter
natty, S'-llnii dlr'tly iisin tlm hltsxl anil inu
rmn Mirfip-ttif ol tli MfU'ni. In InjyliiK Hall
( lUarih ( lira lie Mire m i-t the iri-iiiilin-. Ill
taken Inleriixlly. au'l iniuln In 'I nii-iio, Ohio, by
V. .1. 1'lisney & ( . 'I-uinonmU Ire-.
Sold by lmiwUi. prl- 7 . jn-r limits.
Iia"' Fsnii:? ri :,- l-(,
A young man seldom realizes
dear ills best girl is until lie
broke trying to makehcr wishes cmne
FREE TO WOMEN!
fTHPjy'irr Jl 1 0 prove tne hMlin; and
U f v r.s ' ;i2 cleansing pocr of I'x-
tine Tolict Antlaepllc
e will mail s Ure trial
package nl bo. a of in
free. 1 is is h pot tiny
ample, but a kitfc packare.
enonijh locc.ivin-e nvir,
of in value. Wom-n all
orsr lh country air niait-
i.l l-xiioe lor wht It hs dime in loral
leatniant of female ilia, eunnf. ail InrUm
rial ion and di':har((r, wond-riiil u a clr-ans
Inn vaginal dnurhe, for f ore thr- riuMt) ca.
tarrh, as a mouth wash, and to mnove urtar
and wbilrn the teeth, bend today; a potlaj
card will do.
a. 14 kr 4ra((t -" r aa,
aaaia. laraa aa. SaturnOa ,ruiH4,
t rAXIuN CO,, 1 1 S Cttluraui i , tottot. MaOV
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