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lx THE PRINTERS
Formul Derilr.-itlon or the Clill(l-i)rciel
Homo For futon l'rlnters at Colorado
HprlnR !)ltlngul.ticl I'enoni l'resrut.
Cut.un.vDo Sphinges, Col., Mny 18.
Ycstcnlny was a gala day for Colorado
Springs, the Chlhls-Drexcl national
home for Indigent printers being dedi
cated and It Iwlng also tho 0!ld anni
versary of the birth of Mr. Chllds, ono
of the" patrons of tho home.
Tho noted philanthropist and party
reached hero yesterday uftcrnoon and
were handsomely received by tho citi
zens and to-day he was In receipt of
many congratulations npon the events
of the day. llcsldcs the party with
Mr. Chllds tho city has iw Its guests
over 000 members of tho National Edl
torlal association on their way to tho
national convention at San Francisco.
Among this party, which arrived yes
terday in three special trains over tho
SanUi Fo road, are W. 8. Cuppcller,
president of the national association,
und many other well known editors. It
is estimated that during the honr of tho
parade over 10,000 people were upon
At 1():K0 o'clock a special train ar
rived from Denver bearing Gov. Routt
HOME FOn UNION PIltNTEnS.
his stuff, tho light artillery and
500 printers nnd their friends. Im
mediately upon tho arrival of tho train
the procession was formed nt tho Rio
Grande depot nnd marched through tho
principal streets and thunco to tho
home, which Is situated utout a nillo
from the center of tho town.
On arriving at tho beautiful structure
it was concluded, on account of tho im
mense multitude gathered, to hold tho
ceremonies out of doors. After n brief
prayer by Rev. James II. Gregg, who In
voked tho blessing of tho Almighty
upon the institution, John L. Routt,
governor of the state, was introduced
und welcomed tho visitors on behalf of
Mayor Ira G. Sprague, of Colorado
Springs, paid a graceful tribute to tho
printers of the nation and of tho world
and mentioned a score of men who hava
risen to fume from the "case."
After expressing deep thankfulness
for the welcome extended to him, Mr.
Chllds paid brief tributo to tho Typo
graphical union nnd closed: "From boy
hood I have been moro or less
intimately iisKo'ciated with members of
tho craft nnd knowing It so long
and so well, I have 'naturally
nympathized with it and what
little I havo been ablo to do
to express my ndmiratlon and re
spect for it has honored mo moro for
the doing it than tho craft in tho re
ception of it ' It is not tho printers who
owo me gratitude. Tho indebtedness
is mine. I regret that my dear friend
and associate, Mr. Drexel, is not hero
to-day in person to share with mo tho
friendly warmth of your generous
Kreetlng. For hhn, who Is hero In
hplrit with me, whoso sympathy for nil
that is good and noble is so great as
well as for myself, I heartily, earnestly
thank you. It is not our deserving,
but your generosity which has mudo
our wclcomo so impressivif und grate
ful." As Mr. Chllds concluded ho waa round
August Donath, of Washington, D. C,
followed Mr. Chllds with a brief history
of tho Childs-Drcxcl home. Tho intro
duction of Senator J. II. Galllngcr, of
New Hampshire, then followed who de
livered the oration of tho day.
President W. 8. Cappellar, of tho Na
tional Editorial association, responded
gracefully to an invitation to uddrcss
tho multitude. His remarks were well
chosen and of tho succinct odltoriul fit
ness which is always approclatcd by the
Tho vcnerublo Illshop McLaren, of
Chicago, tho old time frlond of Mr.
Chllds, responded to an invitation to
speak and made somo very pleasing ro
marks. Kcv. A. R. Kleffer closed tho cere
monies with a benediction.
To Exeludo Political Influence.
Wabhinoton, May 13. A bill to ex
clude political influence from tho fourth
class pobt otHceB in 'tho country has
leen ngrcod upon by tho house com
mittee. Tho bill provides for tho
division of the country into postal
district and that whero vacancies
occur, open competition shall lo
announced bypoht olllco inspectors who
shall recommend the best man to tho
postmnstcr-gencrnl nfter receiving tho
applications and examining tho facts.
Congressmen and other federal ofllclals
arc forbidden tomakcrccommCndutious
or to interfere in any way with appoint
ments under the bill and appointments
or removals upon political grounds aro
A Conference on Silver.
Wabiiinoton, May 13. Tho ac
ceptance by England of tho invitation
of the United States to take part In an
international conference on tho silver
question will, it is believed here, carry
tho other united natlous with it
nnd nssuro tho success of tho
movement. All tho prominent
nations of Europo havo been Invited to
take part In tho conferenco and It Is un
derstood that favorablo responses havo
been received not only from England
but from Austria-Hungary as well.
Tho acceptances by Italy Is considered
as specially important because of iU
pre-eminence In tho Latin unlcn.
rrnrrpillnpn of tho Twenty-fourth (Junil
rwinl.il Conference of tho Methodist
Church nt Omnhn, Jfcli.
In tho Methodist conference on tho fltli HMiop
Mnllitllcu presided. Tho order of tho day wm
tho report ot Hlstaop Thoburn, of Indlit and
Malay Asia. Tho Methodist church, ho xald,
was teaching nnd preaching tho gospel hi India
nnd Malay Aula In thirteen dlffcrtnt language.
Illshop Thohurn's reort gave a detailed ac
count of tho work dono In Iho three annual con
ferences, the district conferences and tho wom
an's confertnou In IndU. It ntated that the
work In Indlit was In excellent condition, hut
tho need wa great Tho working force from
America had fullen off some, but tho work had
continued lo grow. Tho membership had In
creased nearly 30.000 during tho quadrennial.
Tho Methodist Sunday schools ot India now
have a membership of over 000, an Increase
of 15,000 during tlio four years psst In tho dar
schools the church had 29,000 nntha pupils of
India. I'eoplo by thousands wero giving up
their Idols and tho natlva ministry was rapidly
Increasing both In numbers nnd efficiency. Tho
report warmly recommended tho work of
women in the mlsstons of India. Tho Cntncso
question was thon debated nt somo length and
the discussion at times becamo quite warm.
Dr. Kdwnrds, of Chicago, said it was a political
measure. The bill, ho ndded, was sop to tho
steerages now unloading at Uattcry park. New
York. It was rushed through n democratic
houso, pissed by our noble senators and signed
by our well nigh untmpenchnblo president sole
ly for political effect. Dr. I'ajne, of Cincinnati
said tho church should show that It was not
controlled by any partisan bins and that no po
litical pady manages It He believed tho con
ferenco should show that It docs not npprovo
such political measures. Dr. Leonard de
nounced the president and congress and said
that tho Chlncso had the same right hero as any
other foreigners. Ho bclloved this confer
ence should tnko action In no uncertain
tono In relation to It Dr. lluckley de
nounced all reference to politics, saying that
the ninn who would try to build uponc party or
tear down nnothor In this conferenco Is nothli.it
butadimairoffuc, Finally tho matter was re
ferred to n special committee. Tho afternoon
was given up to commlttoo work.
IllsiloP FowLr.n presided over tho deliber
ations ot tho Methodist conferemo on tho 7th
Tho secretary complained ot tho manner In
which resolutions, etc., catne to him aud said It
would bo well for delegates to learn how to
write such. Illshop Taylor, ot Africa, read hlx
report, which shoncd tho condition of tho
church In that country, and tho need of mis
sionary work In that land. Tho report wo
lengthy and very Interesting. Tho conferenco
adjourned until Monday.
Utsitor VincKnt presided over tho Method
ist conference on tho 0th. Tuesday, tho 17th,
was agreed upon for tho election of officers.
A resolution to Investigate tho a rant university
at Chattanooga was roferred. Tho university
Is under oh.irgo ot the Frcedmnn's Aid associa
tion and U charged with, extravagance In Its
conduct Dr. King's resolution for tho proposed
amendment to tho constitution) ot tho United
States relating to protection of tho public
schools against religious encroachments was
ndopted. Dr. King ulso advocated a resolution
against tho appropriation of money by tho gov
ernment ror ecclesiastical education, Tho catn
olio church, ho said, had received over s.'.ojo.ooo
from tho government and ho wnntcd tho
wholo system wiped out Tho resolution was
adopted. Tho conferenco soon adjourned for
IllsiloP F1T7.CKHAI.I) presided over tho
Methodist conference o'n tho 10th. A long do
bato ensued on tho question of permitting
bishops to speak upon questions before tho con
ference, somo members holding Uiatevon nn
explanation from a bishop was an argument
and others that discussion should bo free to all
bishops, clergy and laity. Tho question was
finally settled in favor of giving Illshop Merrill
tho prUflego of explaining the report ot tho
commlttco on constitution. Tho oommlttco
on the Columbian exposition reported a resolu
tion agulnst opening tho world's fair on Sun
day. Tho conferenco then took up tho report
ot tho commlttoo on constitution. Tho resolu
tion In regard to the world's fair was then tele
graphed to Vice-President Morton as follows:
"Wo arc instructed to communicate through
you to tho house of representatives the adop
tion this das ot tho following resolution: Tho
general conferenco ot tho Methodist Episcopal
church, hero assembled, representing S.MO.ouo
members nnd lO.uOJ.OOO adherents, heartily ap
prove of tho Columbian exposition and the
world's fair appropriation bill now pending be
fore eonBrcsH, provided expressly that the ap
propriation by congress shall Ito conditioned on
closing tho exposition on Sunday."
llisnopJovcK presided over tho Mothodtst
conference on tho 11th, Various resolutions
wero Introduced ,nnd referred. Illshop Joyco
then Introduced He v. Dr. Tlgert, truternal dele
gate from tho Methodist church (south) and a
resolution was offered calling for an eurnest ef
fort to unite tho two branches of tho church. A
long resolution was Introduced by Mr. Urown'
a colored Maryland brother, dcolarlng that tho
colored brotbrcn wero faithful und loyal to tho
church and would remain so, notwithstanding
tho report3 thnt had been circulated to tho ef
fect that tho colored brothren Intended to
stampede from tho church If certatnconccsstons
wero not roado to them. The resolution was
greeted by applause. "Tho disease that Dr.
lluckley speaks of, blshopophobta." said Dr.
Madison, "did not reach tho colored breth
ren in this conference, but wo are
not going to havo disloyalty It we don't securo
the election of a bishop." Itov. Coffey, of
Delaware, colored, suld tho negro raca had
caught on to a good many modern Ideas by fol
lowing tho oxamplo of tho whlto brethren. It
a bishop was a good thing for whlto people It
certainly would not hurt tho colored brethren.
The p.ipcr was finally roforrod to tho commlt
tco on state of tho church. Tho conference
then took up tho consideration ot tho report of
tho constitution commission. Illshop Merrill
aid he would bo glad If ho could represent tho
commission as a, unit. Tho report was tho
nplulon nnd tho conclusion ot tho majority.
Tho committee on episcopacy has decided to
recommend that four now bishops be created In
defiance of tho official action of tho episcopal
board, which was ugatnst Increasing Its mem
bership. Dibiiop Nkwman presided at tbo session of
tho Mathodlst conferenco on tho 12th. Dr. Leo
ahan offered u resolution providing thnt tho
bishops might In following the rules already In
vogue count llvo years In every ten for tho ap
pointment of tbo Itinerant ministry. Tho dis
cussion of tho constitutional revision was re
sumed. Tho status of laymen was tho subject
of dlscusslou which was lengthy and at times
animated. Finally Dr. a ouchcr offered a sub
stitute knocking out nearly all of tho preumblo
and declaring that tho section of tbo law en
acted with relation to lay representation par
took of tho nature of legislative enactment, but
tho principle was constitutional. Tho substi
tute was adopted by an overa helming vote.
Then followed another wrsnglo. Following
Is the full text of tbo substltuto for tho
report of tho constitutional commission
which was adopted by tlia conference:
"Tho section on tbo general confeuueo In tho
discipline of IttH ns adopted by the general con
ference ot IMS, has tho nature nnd forco of a
constitution. That section tope t lie r with such
modifications as havo been adopted slnco that
time In accordance with tho provisions for
amendment In that section Is the present con
stitution and Is now included la paragraph M
to 04 tncluslvo In tho dlsclpllneof tbo Methodist
i:plcopul church of lUM excepting: First
Tho change of tho provisions for the callln? ot
un extra cession of tho general conference from
a tinuntmouM vnto to u two-thirds votoof annual
conference, and Second That which is known
as tho plnn ot lay delegation a recommended
bv tho general conferenco of IMS and passed by
tho general conferenco of 1672."
A Wall I'uper Trust Formed.
Huppai.o, N. V., May 10. George K.
Itlrgc, of M. II. Hirgo fc Sons, manu
facturers of wall paper, usked lust
night as to tho truth of u rumor that a
combination of wall paper manufact
urers had been mudo with a cupltal of
20,000,000, curtly acknowledged tho
truth of tho rumor, but would divulge
Verdict for n Dog lllto. '
Austin, Tex., May 10. Frank Rein
hart got a verdict for !!00 In his hult
(or over $7,000 ugalnst William Menu,
on account of being bitten and badly
lacerated on tho leg by Menu's ' Ml dog.
Man Whole Abscnt-MlndedaeM
Thttm Into Stormy Paths.
Tho absent-minded men aro hopcle ss
cases. One of them played onoof his
old tricks tho other day. Ho was walk
ing down Fifth avenue when ho saw
6omo ono coming toward him whoso
faco seemed to bo familiar. Ills own
story best explains tho situation.
"1 was conscious," ho said, "that I
knew tho man very well, but I was
thinking of something and his approach
did not mako a clearly defined impres
sion on my brain. I was also conscious
that when ho saw mo ho gave a start
and took a step towurd mo with his
hand outstretched. And yot, all thnt
did not recall mo sufficiently from my
thoughts to enable mo to realize clearly
just what was happening. I said, in nn
absent way, 'How do you do?' and
wnlkcd on as If I wero in tho habit of
seeing him every day or as if I wero
only slightly acquainted with him.
Even in that minute I was awnko to
the fact that thcro was a queer light in
his faco and that ho returned my bow
"It was not until I had gono a couple
of squares down tho avenue that it
flashed Into my mind that tho man was
ono of my oldest and most intlmato
friends, whom I had not seen in several
years, and that when ho had started to
greet mo cordially I had worse than
'cut' him by giving him a cold bow. I
then, bs a man will do, turned to hurry
back after Lira, but, of course, ho was
Hero is another extremo case which
seems Improbablo, but for tho truth of
which tho writer can vouch. A New
Yorlwr who mado a trip to California
was met at the pier in Oakland by a
man who rushed up to him and wrung
his hand heartily.
"How do you do, Will?" cried ttie
stranger with delight "I heard you
were coming and I thought you would
like to havo mo meet you.'
Tho Now Yorker looked at tho otho
man in blank ustonlshmcut.
"I'm afraid," ho said, "that there is
somo mistake. I do not seem to know
"Well," said tho other with a laugh,
"you aro a cool fellow to Joko in that
way. Hut how long aro you going to
stay out hero? I want you to come to
"But, my dear sir," declared the Now
York man earnestly, "I don't know you.
I never saw you before. I can't imagine
what you can mean."
"O, If that's the ease," was the reply
in tones of indignation, "I will not
trouble you. Hut just to refresh your
very rcmarkablo memory I propose te
tell you that I know you. I am your
ovusin, Ocorgo D . Wo were boys
together, we went to school together,
and you haven't changed in appearance,
and I do not think that I have. Good
day, sir," and bo started to walk away
in disgust, but the New Yorker ran
after him, offering a thousand apologies.
He is a man' who simply cannot remem
ber even faces.
The absent-minded writer who after
illlng a shcot of paper with what to
him at least is valuablo literature tears
It up, without knowing what ho is
doing, and throws tho bits of paper in
a waste basket, recently brought con
fusion nnd horror into his existence by
ono of his "thinklcss" actions, no had
completed an article of several thousand
words and had finished "looking it
over" and making changes and correc
tions in it Then ho sat back nnd let.
his mind dwell on tho subject upon
which he had been working, and work
ing very hard, and for somo time too.
As he mentally rcviowed thowholo arti
cle, his fingers began to do deadly work
with tho manuscript. They toro it all
into tho ilncst bits and threw them
away. Then the man got up with a
nigh of content thnt tho work wan com
pletcd to his satisfaction. Not until th&
next day, when ho went to his desk to
take out the manuscript, did ho discover
how much his terrible vice of absent
mindedness had cost him. All his labor
and pains wore gono in fragments of
worthless paper and the thought mado
him faint and sick. And yet he himself
declares that there is no help for hinv
lie considers himself a "hopeless case."
and tries to make tho best of a bad trait
a straying and capricious mind. N.
, I.ove la m 1'aUce.
Mrs. Do Stylo So Miss D'Avnoo ii
going to marry Mr. Billion? I thought
she would tako Mr. Million.
Mrs. Do Fashion She did intend to,
but Mr. Billion rushed in at tho last
moment and bid $30,000 higher. N. Y.
KANSAS CITY. May 13.
CATTLE-Shlpplng steers t 3 6) 1
Ilutchers' steers,.., 3 70
Natl vo cows 8 U)
HOC! S Oood to choice heavy . . 3 80
WHEAT-No. 3 red 8J
No. iliard 3
COKN-No. 2 30
FLOUK-Patcnts, per sack
HAY-Ilalcd 6 BO
IlUTTKlt-Chotco croamjry... 21
a 1 95
CHKESK-Kull cream 0 id
UACON-Hams. 19 ffl
Shoulders 7 0
.Sides. 9 (a
POTATOES W &
CATTLE-Shlpplng steers .... 3 03
Ilutchers' steers.... 3 00
IIOGS-Vacklng 3 0J
8HEEP Fair to cholco 6 0)
FLOUK-Cbolco 3 6)
WIIEAT-Wa 2 red .84
a 4 25
a 4 a)
a 4 15
OATS-No. 2 31 (i
11UTTER Crcaraory at
POIUC 10 SO
CATTLF.-Shlppln;? steers .... t 40
HOaS-PacUlnff and shipping,. 3 75
SHEEP-Falr to choice 4 10
FLOUH-Wlntor whoat 3 9)
WHEAT-No. 2 red. 8S
COKN-No, 2 , 4
OATS-No. 2 3J
RYE-No. 2 78
POIUC 0 00
a 7i w
a 4 35
a 4 45
a 6 1)
a 0 63)4
CATTLE Common to prlmo,,. 4 00 a 4 73
HOdS-GoodtoehoIco 4 0) O 4 75
FLOUIl-Oood to cholco 3 5) f4 6 0)
WHKAT-No. 3 red WU W
COKN-No. 2 .'.... 6K
OATS-Wc-ucrn mixed 35 37
nUTTEU-Crctttncry . s
aOKIC M OIJ3J
He I.lked Them.
Dashaway A friend of mine enmo
over from Europo tho other day who
had never tasted a cocktail until I in
troduced him to one.
Cleverton Great Scottl What n curi
osity. I should liko to see hliu. Whero
Dashaway Ho has just got a position
as snake-charmer in a dltua museum.
Annoyed by Trllles.
Walter What will you have, sir?
Guest A beefsteak, but not n little
bit of a steak, llriug mo a good-sized
one. Every llttlo trlllo worries mo,
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for any enso of Catnrrh that can not bo
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Wo tho undersigned, huvo known V, J,
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with transient nrtlmi, hut now thnt It is
generally known tlint Hvrtip of Figs will
permanently curs habitual constlpntlon,
well-informed popple will not buy other
laxatives, which net for a time, but finally
injuro tho system,
Man Is first In high spirits and next In the
gutter. Unlvostou Mows.
Osp. msysorowuplils cournre and have
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and I with other sufferert to know of the value of your great remedy for KhewmsHt-M
John McDonald, M t Donald t Milh, Ga.
ISuScnd for free Treatise oa the Blood and Sain. ,
SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY, Atlanta. Ca.
THE POT INSULTED THE KETTLE BECAUSfi
THE COOK HAD NOT USED
GOOD COOKING DEMANDS CLEANLINESS.
SAPOLIO SHOULD be used in every KITCHEN.'
I am a farmer at Edoin, Texas. I
have used German Syrup for six
years successfully for Sore Throat,
Coughs, Colds, Hoarseness, Pains in
Chest and Lungs and Spitting-up of
Blood. I have tried many kinds of
Cough Syrups in my time, but let
me say to anyone wanting such a
medicine German Syrup is the best.
We are subject to so many sudden
changes from cold to hot, damp
weather here, but in families where
German Syrup is used there is little
trouble from colds. John F. Jones.
Scott's Emulsion of cod
liver oil is an easy food it is
more than food, if you please;
but it is a food to bring
back plumpness to those who
have lost it.
Do you know what it is to
Thinness is poverty, living
from hand to mouth. To be
plump is to have a little more
than enough, a reserve.
Do you want a reserve of
health? Let us send you a
book on careful living;
Scott & Bowks. Chtmlm, tj South jthAYnus.
Your druegbt leer pi Scott's Emuliloo of cod-Urer
tt all drugglM varyw-us -o, fi.
wo iot aim ROB fllCU.
are care fer SICK HEAD
ACHE. Impelled dlcertloa.ceuM
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inrvc. NHKI4 VHW, on niw.
btlloae ner-ou dt
k, uriliMlLT Actio.
Banatifr complexion by purifying
blood. fcasiT VaarrAvu.
The doee Ii nice 1 edjueted to mil eeee, at one Bill tea
Be?er betoo much. Emu vielronulni , nrrud la eeet
poek.t. like leed pencil. Iluilnema tnan'a treat
convmltnct. Taken eeiter Men luger. SoMerery
vbtre. All genuine food Mtr"Crtent."
Send t-eent eUmp.Voa pt 9t pefe book -Hh Hapla.
BR. HARTIR UESICtNB CO., SI. Lewis. Ms,
T COLOIIKD 1'LATES.
all nut tATMT rtsia am siw
C70rd,f II of jr.ur X.widMln
er Meil Ik eeU tor ltel namtwr le
W. J.MIIIISK. I'nUILWr.
a i:i i via at., .lew Vera.
rnM T-ia rrn enr, mm ree me
, POITIIKRED AND PEDniM-B
The $tronntit and vvrut live
made. Unlike other Lye.lt being
s ono powder ar.a nacuia in a can
with removable ltd, tbo contents
are alwuva rcadv for use. Will
fm make tho bet perfumed Hard
V Boap In U) minutes without Mi-
mU ing. It le the beet for cleansing
wiuto pipes, disinfecting elnks,
Lfc closets, washing bottlcH, paints,
BR Uses. etc. PENNl.yLTMtScO.
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rNAMt Tuis rArta -r iw nu.
CARTS and at
HARNESS ai 2
We Vat the Prices and toll
MO III. then all our rotijpctltnn. end are -till
l-au&bd ur uw rniu-a.
srccui. (it ruira iimn.ii oi rua.
itIU Open ItuKKjr.onlr MT.AO
so Tup llusgjr..onlr BS.ee
10 UuvgrliariieieonlT IS
llurol mctorr. Katu Middle
vnMl.'M ,'rntlt. tmluii..l..irMv
JU'i.1 Jt X'M.Bl
ot .wt ii ocawio
mm mini, nirai
r ha HUln Sun I
iNt.burslila.and the conmimsr pars
brglalSpackige wltn ewry pnrctu-4.
he had suffered for over six a
all sufferers from Rheumatism.
Takes hold in this order : -
Drlvtni- erenrthlM botoro U lbs NiM tt
You know whetlver you
need it or not
Bold by erery druggist, snd murafset-rs tr
GOLD HHDAL, FARM, lim
W. BAKER k C0.V
from wfaleh lb cfB
baa been re-uT4,
It mttuti fy peers mm
it U asIieNs.
are ued la He preparilla-.
baa more than MrM HMt I
ts-raafA of Cocoa Miss-'
Starch. Arrowroot or BafSf.
and la thcreforo far mors m
noBlcal. ctttlna tin Mas
Yctntatitp. Itledel'clove, ..
Uhluir, strcnitbenlog, sasz-V
BIOEItbd, and admirably ndopted for UtUS
s well as for persona In bcillb.
Said by Or ocers eterywbersi.
M Towcr'5 IJSli
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Watch Out! Collar.
A MOWllt. MTR. KSTOr),
U. S. STANDARDwaSS..--
Beat ad UbeapsM m the Maifcet,
Llv AGENTS Wanttd I iiimsisi..
OS000O m THOMfMH, iingkamtm, M. T.
Hnd fur Inventur'e (Inlde or Haw lu Obtain
nae or now 10 iioinia a r Meeh
viim this ranae-n a-ttee
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''and no tianfegocte. Blr'totlreeeS liT
thins tuis rAraa - umin mu,
Witated la Krary Toiea. Pleuaaat ""
eiooa itny. Anirre witn stamp ma reei
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