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OSSIP it'fl a con
that's what I call
it! Why can't thoy
lot ub nlono? I am
,Mffig w ncctiBtomod to any
a?p?v A amount of cosaln:
poople must havo
something to talk
nbout, and I'm suro
I'm delighted to ho
ablo to nfford thorn
nny amusoment, hut when It comes to
being smnclted ou tho back and con
gratulated six times In ono afternoon,
it's coming It a bit too strong. I don't
mind for my own Bake a man can look
after himselfbut I'm thinking of you.
I waB in hopes that you had not heard."
"Not heard, indeed! I had two lot
tors this morning, and thrco this after
noon; four wnnting to know when tho
wedding was to be, nnd a fifth from a
elrl asking to bo bridesmaid. I am
afraid to go out. I'coplo fly at mo at
every corner, shako my hand oft and
snjr how delighted thoy nro and how
charming It Is and how they always
know It would conio to this, nnd that
wo nro mado for ono another they
never did know two pcoplo so exactly
"Extraordinary! That's what thoy
cay to mo. I never was so takon aback
In my life. Of courao, wo'vo always
been good frlci but"
1 "Cortnlnly not."
. "And I don't think"
"Neither do I. It's absurdl Utter
"No, but really let us havo It out
whllo wo nro about It. What can havo
given rlso to ouch a ridiculous report?
Wo havo been a good deal together, of
courao, bocaueo wo aro In tho same set,
nnd always soem to hit it orf, and you
nro such a Jolly good dancer, and all
that kind of thing, but I can't boo what
wo have dono to set people talking at
tills rftto. Honestly, now 1 am anxious
tafcnow did you ever imagine that It
to say did you think I mean, have I
"You nover have! No, Captain May
and I havo nover Imagined! On tho
contrary, I don't mind admitting, now
that wo aro upon tho subject, that I
havo cherished a secret grudge agnlnst
you because you havo nover given mo
nn opportunity of refusing you. That
sort of neglect rankled In a woman's
mind and now you see for youreolf tho
awkward position In which It has
placod mo. When people ask if I nm
onguged to you I am obliged to confess
that I havo novur been asked. You
ought to havo thought of this and pro
vided against it. It would hnvc boon
so easy somo night at a ball, or In nn In
terval at tho theater tho wholo thing
might havo been over in five minutes,
nnd then I should havo been ablo to
say that I had refused you, and every
thing would havo boon happy and com
fortable I don't tool as if I could over
forglvo you I"
"Sorry, indeed! You Bee I Bhould
havo been most happy, only I could
nover feol qulto suro that you really
"How odious you aro! You need not
havo been afraid; there never was any
thing moro certain since tho beginning
of tho world. I wouldn't marry you to
eavo your llfo! I would ns soon think
of falling In lovo with tho man In tho
moon! Wo have always been friends,
of course, but that counts for nothing.
Ono may like a person very much, and
yot find It qulto Impossible to go any
further. I could better love a horso
"Samo with mo! I think no end of
you, but when Lewis camo and congrat
ulated mo tho other day I was struck
all of a heap. If ho had said tho samo
thing about a dozen other girls I should
havo been less surprised, but it never
occurred to mo to look upon you in that
"0, indeed! I'm awfully obliged, I'm
suro, but I don't think much of your
taste. There aro a dozen other mon
who wouldn't agree with you, that's one
comfort. Am I so utterly repulsive in
your eyes. I think I had better say
'Good afternoon' at once, and relievo
you of my presence."
"What nonsense you talk! I never
said a word about your api:?arance that
I know of. That'd the worst of arguing
with a woman she flies of at a tangent
and there's no doing any good with
her. I don't see why you should bo of
fended. You seem to think it Ju3t ns
impossible to fall In lovo with me."
"That's different I mean, I don't
faro what you think; but other people
think that's to say, I havo always
heen told Somo people think I am
very nico if you don't. I think it's per
fectly hateful of you to say such things!
I should like to know, Just as a matter
of curiosity, what it is in me that you
obJoH to so much?"
"You won't like It, you know, when
you do hear you'll bo In a bigger rage
than over. Much better leave it alone.
Well. If you will have it, I dislike the
way you do your hair. Walt a moment
It means more than you think. It Is
nut only ugly in ltsolf, but it shows a
fatal want of perception. Your beauty
It you will allow me to say so is of a
classic order, and if you adopt a more
natural style of coiffure, your appoar
nuce would roally be er uncommonly
ictchins! 'Stead of that, you persist In
fashion, wlvlch destroys your Indlvldu -
nllty and is utterly unsulted to your
stylo. It scorns a small thing in ltsolf,
but it has far-reaching consequences.
Tho moment wo meet I notico it, don't
you know, and feel annoyed. Tho
wholo time I nm with you I am worry
ing about it. It sets up a chronic state
of nxasperatlon. Perhaps you don't
understand tho fcollng "
"Oh, yes, I do! Perfectly! I feel tho
samo toward you becauso you will in
sist on wearing enormous stand-up col
lars. I call that a want of perception,
If you liko! I wouldn't bo personal for
tho world, but I havo seen men with
longer necks. When you want to speak
to your neighbor you havo to twist your
wholo body. It makes mo dlo with
laughing to seo you."
"Delighted to afford you so much
amusement. Sorry I mako myself so
ridiculous! You aro excessively pollto,
"You were a great deal worso your
self. You said that I"
"Nothing of tho kind! You misun
derstood me. I simply remarked "
"Don't contradict! You said I was nn
ugly thing, and that It oxosperntod you
only to see mo. You did! It makes it
worso to deny it. I can't think how you
can look mo In tho fnco!"
"Why got excited? It's really not
worth while, and you will mako your
self hot. It's not becoming to bo hot
I was nbout to say, when you so rudely
Interrupted mo, that you had misunder
stood the meaning of my remarks. I
"I don't caro a little bit what you
observed. I'm not going to talk to
you nny longer. Good afternoon, Cap
tain Mny. You needn't dance with mo
at Lady Bolton's this evening, as my
linir annoys you so much!"
"I shall ask Miss Cunlirfe instead.
She is n capital waltzer. Your mother
is waiting for you at tho door. Fourth
and sixth, wasn't it, and tho first extra?
I must ask her at once, ns sho is so
much engaged. Good afternoon, then,
Miss Blanchnrd, if you will go, and as
the good little boys say, 'Thnnk you
bo much for tho pleasant afternoon!' "
"He never thought of such a thing.
It never occurred to him to think of
her in that light. Hateful creature!
And why not, I should liko to know?
Doesn't ho think I'm nlco? I
never cared for him, but ho hud no
business not to liko mo. What horrid
"And to talk of a dozen other girls'
Thnt means Luclo Charvle, I suppose,
and Adeline Rowc. I havo noticed
that ho dances with them. I
don't seo why ho should liko them bet
ter than me. I'm tho prettiest, and I
can bo awfully nico if I liko. I have
nover been really nlco to him not my
vory nicest, or ho wouldn't havo talked
as he did today. I might try
tho effect this evening.
"I meant to bo offended, but perhaps
tho other would havo moro effect. I
bellovo I'll try It. No ono can over
say that I am a flirt, but there are occa
sions when it is a girl's duty to teach a
man a lesson, and ho had no business
to say that about my hair. l
wonder if ho was right? Ho has awfully
good taste, as a rule.
"I believe after all, it would bo rather
becoming. v got Elsio to try
tonight, and wear my now white dress,
and tho pearls, and I'll say to him tho
very first thing that I'm sorry, and ask
him to danco with mo all tho same.
Then, when ho sees how nice I nm ho
-will bo vexed with himself for being so
nasty. It will do him no end of good.
"I'd give worlds If ho would only pro
pose to me before tho season is over! I'd
refuse him, of course, but that wouldn't
matter; it would bo kind of mo to take
tho troubfe, becauso it is dreadful to
seo a man so conceited, and, If it were
not for that, ho would bo quite charm
ing. I'll begin this evening.
How exciting! Poor Captain May!"
"Sho looked disgracefully pretty!
Nothing liko putting a girl in a good
stand-up rago to seo what sho's mado
of. I nover know sho hnd so much in
her before. And she would Just as soon
think of falling in love with tho man in
tho moon, would she? That's pretty
tall! Hang it all! Why do they put
things In a fellow's head? I was happy
enough before, and now this has un
settled mo altogether. A man
may not want to marry a girl, but
that's no reason why she should bo so
"I nlways fancied thnt sho had a de
cided weakness. So Bho wants
to laugh at me, does Bhe? Little
wretch! Sho is always up to somo mis
chief. "I wouldn't object If it was at somo
other fellow, for those dimples aro un
"I believe sho Is right about tho col
lars, all tho same thought so myself
moro than once. If another shape
would suit mo better, It seems rather
absurd to stick to these. 'Man in tho
moon,' eh? Humph! Well, it doesn't
do to bo too awfully Bure, It's a bad
thing to get into tho way of boasting.
How would it bo if I took her in hand
and tried to work a cure? Do her all
tho good in the world to be brought
down a peg or two, and find her own
level, and the process would not bo un
plcnsant. HI, cabby! stop at tho first
decent hosier's you come to, I want to
Extract from tho Times of four
. On the 28th instant, at St. George's,
Hanover square, by tho lit. Rov. tho
bishop of Oxbridge, assisted by tho Rev.
Noel Blanchard, the brother of tho
bride, Cyril Aubrey May, captain of
Royal Horse guard.second son of James
Eaton May, Esq., of Drompton manor,
Hants, to Phyllis Mary Olivia, only
daughter of Major Blanchard of Bar
combo, County Wlcklow and Floraire.
"I have cured BUggins of hla horrible
superstition at last," tho philanthro
"How did you manage It?"
"I ofTered to lend him ?13." Woon
! tVYVMTWRTPTrT. ATP TITTJ
" VhVihllli U.U iU.lt DJaJJ.
TO CARRY MEN AND ARMS.
Supported y Itnltnn nm! Propelled by
Siilla A Greyhound of the Air, the
Creation of i 1'rencli Inventor for
Us In Cnbn.
HH Cuban Junta
threatens a fin de
slcclo system of
Spain In Cuba
which promises to
other modern meth
ods. Since Febru
ary 24, 1895, tho
minds of tho Cuban
army of liberation havo been trying to
ovorcomo the troops of the young King
Alfonso, but beyond gaining an occa
sional victory, keeping out of harm's
way and showing tho world how well
they can outgeneral and outwit their
oncmlc3, tho Cubans havo accomplished
little toward gaining Independence.
says tho New York Herald.
Spain hns been forced to spend a vast
amount of money and sacrifice tho lives
of thousands of her young men, but
her towns and provinces aro still
crowded with patriotic youths.
"The war in Cuba is suro to last two
or threo years longer," wrote President
Clsneros a week ago to a friend in this
city, "unless some quicker agent of de
struction Is employed against the Span
iards here. The old methods of warfare
are too slow for tho topography of Cuba.
As soon as we reduce tho enemy in one'
quarter tho homo government sends out
a fresh installment of young soldiers
to tnko tho place of those who have
fallen victims of tho machete and fe
ver. Any honorablo means of warfare
will bo gladly hailed as beneficial to tho
Cubans If It Is only swift and destruct
ive, and ahead of any means now at
This answer had boon written In re
ly to a representative of a French
indicate now in Now York, who had
submitted to tho Constituent Congress
at Cubltas a plan to mako war on the
Spanlnrds from tho clouds by balloon.
The matter was referred to General
Carlos Roloff, the Cuban minister of
war, nnd ho at once gave favorable con
sideration to the scheme of tho French
men. General Roloff, who is an expert
in tho manufacture and manipulation
of high explosives, thought well of the
arrangements and plans submitted to
him, becauso ho Is a firm believer In
tho use of balloons for signaling and
despatching messages In war tlmc3.
A FRENCHMAN'S INVENTION
While tho Cubans were negotiating
with Capt. E. Lagrifoule, of Marseilles,
who camo to this city about two months
ngo, other aspirants for fame and for
tune appeared In tho persons of Dr.
Rufus Gibbon Wells and Senors Morel
and Hardinas, of the Junta, who claim
to havo discovered tho secret of navlgn
tlng a balloon in tho upper regions so
as to drive it In any direction they
choose. Dr. Wells Is so confident of tho
success of his aerial Invention that he
is now attempting to raise $20,000 at St.
Louis, where ho claims to be well
known, for the purpose of making a
practical test of his machine.
I understand from the Cubans who
frequent the Junta, at No. C6 New
street, that the Invention which finds
tho greatest favor is that of an Ameri
can in the military balloon corps of
the French army, and which Is now
controlled by French capitalists. Cap
tain Lagrifoule, who has greatly Im
proved upon the American's air snip,
and who calls it his balloon, called
upon Allen S. Williams, general man
ager of tho Newark Cuban festival, last
weok, and after showing him the plans
of his air ship and exhibiting his cre
dentials from the proper authorities he
tried to secure tho services of Mr. Carl
Meyer, a noted balloonist, who mado a
balloon ascension at Waverly, N. J., on
July 4 under Mr. Williams' manage
ment, and who has twice crossed Wey
ler's famous trocha in Pluar del Rio
in an air ship of his own construction
with dispatches from Antonio Maceo to
Jose Maria Agulrre.
Captain Lagrifoule Is to begin tho
eonstructlon of ono of his air ships at
once, In a seclut'ed grovo In Florida.
When it Is completed, which will be,
bo he claims, within a few weeks, Mr.
Carl Meyer will pilot tho balloon, or
rather tho cluster of balloons, for of
sucn is tno snip constructed, to Cuba.
This ono air ship will carry 125 mon,
1,000 rifles, n half million rounds of
rlflo ammunition, material from which
to mako dynamite nnd a largo quantity
of hospital stores, to be sent out by tho
Cuban Army Sanitary Corps.
I saw Captain Lagriroulo when he
called on Mr. Wllllnms at tho Market
street headquarters in Newark, and in
reply to my quoetlons about his project
and his balloon, ho said:
"In this age of progress there Is noth
ing Impossible. Somo things may look
very difficult to dp, but human ingenui
ty can surmount all obstacles. Tho up
per atmosphere Is not an unknown re
gion to neronauts, who have made a
scientific study of it. Ballooning is a
science, like anything else. Tho ordi
nary balloon crank who ventures into
upper space without knowing tho re
gion generally ends up with an accl
dont. It Is much safer up thero in the
cloud region than down here, because
if a cyclone or corkscrew storm breaks
aown ncro you are at its mercv on thn
earth, while up thero we can see it
coming or gathering hours ahead, and
can rido above, in tho bright sunshine,
while the poor mortals below are fight
ing it for their lives.
"Tho balloon in which I propose to
go to Cuba will be the first complete
and efficient airship over directed
through upper spaco by the hand of
man, and I am proud to let tho Herald
havo a sketch of it. This is no day
dream it is a scientific fact, and It is
going to solve tho problem of rapid
transit through tho cloud regions. I
havo everything ready and shall pro
ceed to build my airship Just as soon ns
I can conclude some business arrange
ments with tho Junta."
Tho airship is ono of the most re
markable things of its kind over con
ceived by an aeronaut. Its chief fea
ture, which excites the greatest wonder,
is its extreme lightness considering its
Tho airship consists of a boat Bhaped
car that does not swing, but is held sol
idly, though pendant, from a cluster of
These balloons aro held steadily in
place by five aluminum belts, which go
around the girths of tho balloons nnd
are connected at the points of contact
by easy working ball bearing Joints,
so that there can bo no strain, and each
belt can give gently one way or the
other, as the balloon it holds might
sway, without getting away from its
mate. In this way tho balloons are al
Besides tho system of network which
surrounds the balloons and which holds
them attached to tho car there aro
FOR CUBAN WARFARE.
aluminum braces securing the bclt3 or
girths to the car below. These braces
aro also the stays Tor tho sails forward
and at tho sides for steering purposes.
The principle upon which this won
derful airship Is steered is the samo
which governs tho sailing of a yacht.
A series of uprights over tho car and
Just under the lower valves of tho bal
loons sustains a shaft, which is revolved
by electricity and turns an immenso
fan, or screw, at tho rear of tho ship,
which acts as an air rudder as well as
a propeller. Every piece of metal in
tho entire construction of this grey
hound of the air is of aluminum, and
ovcry rivet or piece of machinery for
tho Cuban boat Is already mado and
packed for shipment to tho mysterious
shipyard whero tho sections aro to bo
The Inferior Heathen.
Tommy Paw, the Chinese invented
gunpowder, didn't they?
.Mr. Flgg Yes; but It never really
amounted to much for killing purposes
until tho Christian nations took hold of
Mean Knouch for Anything.
He Would you like to look at a
boautlful ring? Sho (blushlngly) I
yes that is, I wouldn't mind looking
at one. He Let U3 go to the window
nnd look at it. There is a beauty
around the moon to-night.
Dressed for It.
Mr. Twynn They say Mrs. Van Huf
fer, tho new society leader, is right In
Mrs. Twynn H'm, she dresses for It
SAf-l-fctt MkM . - .
as their disbelievers; but whether they
bo truo or false thero is a cardinal, a
member of tho present colloge, who as
cribes to their theorlos tho crowning
success of his life, says tho New York
Some weeks ngo Don Antonio Casca-
Jares, archbishop of Vnlladolld, Spain,
called upon Senor Bosch, tho Spanish
minister of public works, to announce
his elevation to the rank of cardinal
and receive his minister's congratula
tions. They were heartily given, and
tho new cardinal then made tho follow
ing explanation of his visit:
"I wished you to be the first to con
gratulate me. I shall tell you why. Ono
day when you, Senor Bosch, were about
12 years old, your father, Miguel Bo3ch,
took you to his friend, Senor Indaleclo
Mateo, then master of ceremonies at the
court, in order to havo him admire your
peculiar talent for tho exact sciences.
As you and your father entered the
.uu.ii ui muu.-u, uic tuner was taming
to a captain of artillery. You were subS
room of Mateo, the latter was talking
Jected to nn examination, nnd tho threo
men, Senor Mateo, your father and tho
captain, were astonished at the unusual
talent of the boy. The subject of phren
ology then came up. Your father was
ah ardent ndvocato of the teachings of
Gall, but the captain, on tho other hand,
had no faith In them. After your father
had defended his point of view with all
possible arguments he proposed, half In
Jest and half In earnest, to examine. the
head of his adversary, the captain. The
latter readily submitted. After Senor
Bosch had .passed his fingers over the
captain's cranium, he eald:
"My examination proves that you
will never amount to much as a soldier.
Tho bump of combatlveness is unusual
ly small. On the other hand, mildness,
humility and religion are extremely
highly developed. I feel certain that if
you exchango the sword for tho stolo
nnd the uniform for tho priest's coat
you will becomo a cardinal.
"A short tlmo after this meeting the
captain resigned from tho army and en
tered a seminary, and tho prophesy of
your father was fulfilled. Tho captain
Is a cardinal for I was tho captain."
Col. Jones has just finished his "His
tory of tho War." Nobody knows that
ho was never in it.
The Billvllle Literary Club captured
a moonlight distillery last week and no
business has been transacted since.
The members of tho Billvlllo Literary
Association aro now attending night
school, and they will soon be ablo to
give tho titles of the books on hand.
Wo pay the highest market prices
for poetry, by tho ton, and always
weigh it on standard scales.
Our wife says that our now book on
the "Home Llfo of a Married Man" will
not bo published as announced. Sub
scribers can get their money back if
thoy call before it is spent. Atlanta
Italzao on Color Influence.
Balzac's curious speculations suggest
tho extent to which color Influences
our human life. Ho had noticed that a
woman who had a taste for orango or
green gown was qdarrelsomo; ono who
wore a yellow or black apparel, with
out apparent cause, was not to bo
trusted; preference for white showed
a coquetto spirit; gentle and thought
ful women prefer pink; women who re
gard themselves as being unfortunate
prefer pearl gray; lilac Is tho Bhado
particularly affected by "overripe
beauties;" wherefore, tho great author
held, lilac hats aro mostly worn by
mothers on their daughters' marriage
day and by women moro than 40 years
old when they go visiting.
Theso theories are founded upon
tho principles of color, as already laid
down namely, that red and yellow ex
cite; green, tempered by blue, is bil
ious; orango is fiery; gray is cold and
melancholy; lilac is a light rhade of
purplo, tho most retiring color of tho
scale. Popular Sclouco Monthly.
The Secret Oat.
Her Suitor I'm going to get you a
pony some day, Boddy. What kind do
Her Little Brother Ono that has a
tall you can take off, liko sister'? hair.
New York World.
Ileen There Illimelf.
Pullman Porter You can't Imagine
how trying it is to havo people always
making fun of you. Passenger Just
guess I can. I was a member of 'the
Fifty-third Congrssg. Washington
wwmuwxsuaJ ARES' CAREER
Frlnco of the Clinrcli Exchanged Ills
Sword for n Stole.
Tho principles of phrenology as laid
down by Gall, Lavater and other teach -
crs havo their ardent disciples as well
United S...e. Tate-t omco Iteporf.
' T"ANSJlIRSII9SIPri IXVK.VTOnS.
' j,,8'1 patents wero issued to United
S&X JJ? rc'
; ccived a patents, while 10 lorn! Invent-
j ors wore rewarded, .fumes Gilbert of
ieura8i:a, rcjeivintr a patent
for a thurst brarinjffor timrino engines
while W. II. lalrchild. Diller, Cobras
ka, received a patent for a corn planter.
Amonght the notablo inventions are
found n ralhvny track layer: a sand pa
perinp machine; a fenco comprisnjr a
split tubular rail having- a projecting
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Trader and dish strainer, n pa.l attach
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plate; an electric Igniter for gas en
gines; an Improved carpet sweeper; a
eolf club; a support for musical per
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an outer solo comprising a layer of
fibrous material; a field anchor for
check row corn planters; a step cover
for stairs; an improved bicycle pump; a
folding brush; a collapsible chair1, am
int'A t,i-.i .7 r, ,
fil SS'fffiS. 'tfi
rreirl tra form tAmU
nations with interTenintr air Hns.. a.
fire proof floor or roof; a combined
chld's wapon and velocipede; a combi
nation bloomer and divided sklrt;and a
a lap board in tho form of a cylinder.
Parties desiring: freo information rot
ative to the law and practice- of patents
may obtain the samo in addressing
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one. A llralUd numker of Candidal lor toe
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far tOTi urdtr IS Ttara. la ntau Hi
snp!ttnMs rf IU rqnlmat. The 10JU rna vfii
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pen ScotfiaW IU, 1IM. Ctt!rti cent rr a appla
rOtRl BIBS, IKD.
ACADEMY OF THE SACRED HEART
ST. JOSKl'II, MO.
Tb court ef Initruotioa In this acudtmjr, eondaet4
b7 the ruilKlou of tt. Sacred Heart, ambraee th
tfhol rane of aubjecta nteeaurjr to conatltato a aolld
nd ratified education. Propriety of deportment, per.
onal ncatneaa and the principles of morajllr are ob
ject! of nnceailnr attention. Extenalr rrounda af
ford the pupils afery facllltr for uaeful bodily eier.
lei their health la aa object of constant iellcltuda,
and in ekkneaa they are attended with maternal ear.
rail Una opens Tuesday, Sept. 1. Terms fr aetslaa
f S .months, payable In ailrance, nil, this Include. ,
tuition, board, washing, courses in French, Oermaa
er Latin, us of library and physician's foe. For fur
ther particulars address. TlIK talll'KRIUK.
Academy Sacred Heart St Joseph, Mo,
Tho best Irult section In the West. No
drouths. A failure of crops never known.
Mild climate. 1'roductlve soil. Abundance ot
good pure water.
For-Mnps and Circulars ctvlnj full descrip
tion ot the Rich Mineral, Krultund Acik-uliu-ral
Lands In South West Tdtesourl, writ lo
JOHN M. 1'UllDY. Manarorof the Missouri
Land and Llvo Stock Company, Neosho, h.cw
ton Co., Missouri.
WE PAT CA8II WEEKLY and
ant men everywhere to 8LLL
STARK TREES efpToi"..;
nawsystera. BTAKK UIIOTilM'..',,
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ENSIONS. PATENTS. CLAIMS.
Late rrlaelaal Esamlaer D. s. Piiu.i lUr.i.
t jrs. In last war, IS aJjudiciUn j clanu, a;i. . !..,
f UI I IRS Mnjlt Curort. KktlnUJl. Thouand
cured. Chea pest au J best cure. FaeETaiau
State rase. I in. Mirsu. Quinrr. Mich.
Oataaa Bobool SvrrLT Co.
Write for catalogue.
Sire frelsbt cherces.
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