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A. Children's Storr.
FRAID? O, nol Tm
not afraid of any
ture that ever
grewl" Bald Tlddly
.wlnko. Tlddlywlnks was
a Partridge Cochin,
a tall, fine-looking
fellow, with beauti
ful red and gold
glistened brightly In the Bprln sun
shine. His tall feathers were long and glos
sy, proudly arched abovo hla back,
with a graceful droop towards the ends,
and he had a handsome red comb,
which little Rosy declared looked like
a scarlet poppy. Tlddlywlnks was qulto
a favorite with little Rosy, but he was
not much liked In the barn-yard, on
account of hlB tyrannical disposition,
and his boastfulness. Ho pecked the
Guinea-fowls unmercifully, picked a
quarrel with the Whlto Pekln duck on
every possible occasion, and would not
allow the younger fowls to eat a mor
sel, untn ho had crammed his own crop
with all tho corn or oats It would hold.
He kept a respectful distance from
old Fadladeen, the bronze gobbler, and
tho White Leghorn rooster, who were
larger and stronger than himself, and
would not have hesitated to give him
a. good drubbing If they had caught
him at his pranks; but ho was selfish
and cowardly enough to seize a fat bug,
or a flue, plump cricket which some
poor pullet had Industriously scratched
(up, and devour it himself, before her
And When one of tho hens laid an
egg. Tlddlywlnks would Invariably
cackle louder than she did herself, and
make so much noise you would have
thought ho had laid tho egg himself!
Then, too, he was always boasting.
He was standing on one foot, under
a tall pokebcrry bush, ono warm day,
recounting some of his own bravo ex
ploits to a group of fowls who were
gathered near. Somo were pluming
theniEclvcs, others taking a dust-bath
In the side of the ash heap, and others
again leisurely picking gravels from a
pile or sand, which had been dumped
In one corner of the barn-yard, ex
pressly for that purpose.
"No," said Tlddlywlnks, holding up
his head and looking proudly nround,
"I'm not afraid of any four-footed
creature that ever grow! Why, If a
fox were suddenly to pounce over the
fence Into the barn-yard, do you know
whac I would do?"
"I know what I'd do," said a snuff
colored hen, who was wallowing In
tne ash-heap. "I'd run into the hen
house and scramble up on the roost as
fast as ever I could!"
"And I," said Queen Anne, a moth
erly old hen, with a black top-knot
and a ruff around her neck, "I'd fly
up Into that big oak tree, double
click." ''Cluck! cluck! I'd hide under the
Burdock bushes, with my chickens
under my wings," Bald Madnme Feath
"I dare say," sneered Tlddlywlnks,
"You are old hens, you kcow, and Its
the uaturo of hens to be cowardly. But
I would not show tho white feather!
cut!" cackled a long-
4-xr s ;
HOLDING HIM BY THE TAIL
legged pullet, running full tilt from be
hind tho barn. "Cut, cut! 0! I've had
such a fright!"
"What what what what was it?"
stammered Tlddlywlnks, while (he hens
clustered anxiously nround him, us If
"0, dear! I don't know," panted the
pullet, still trembling with fear. "I I
was scratching near the barn when
It pounced right at me! Such a ter
rible creature, with legs and teeth!
And it opened Its mouth, nnd went
'gr r r !' and I ran away so fast I
I've lost my breath!"
"Was It a a fox," gasped Tiddly
winks, looking up at the oak-tree as If
he were calculating the distance to its
t "No, it w.sn't i fox. It had a short
tall," said tho pullet. "Perhaps it was
a 'possum," suggested the snuff-colored
hen, ruffling her feathers.
"No, it ran too fast for a 'possum
. O! O! here It comes now! Look, look!
Cut, cut, cut!" and tho frightened pul
let tried to hide under Queen Anne's
wing, as a small, brownish-colored
animal came frisking and frolicking
,.'rom behind the barn.
The fowls flew wildly about, some in
one direction and somo In another.
Tho white Pekln duck acuttled away
and hid herself behind the hen-house.
Tho Guinea fowls flew up to tho comb
of the barn, chattering with all their
might, and Tlddlywlnks was Juat
spreading his wings to take refuge in
the oak tree, when the strange animal
suddenly rushed towards him.
It was a small brown creature, not
eo largo ns a full grown cat, but so
plump as to be almost round. It looked
indeed, more like a live cushion, with
four legs and a white nose and tall,
than any thing else.
"Gr r r," It said, showing two rowe
of sharp, white teeth. Tlddlywlnks,
brave as he was, certainly seemed to
j, JUi(rl ("l
to qulto nB much frightened as tht
hens. He was just flapping hlB wingtN
to fly up Into tho oak tree, when th
strange animal mado n sudden dart al
"Boo woo wool Or r r!" Itcrie.l
And flop! went Tlddlywlnks, sprad
dling his long legs, while "bee wee
woo!" went tho enemy, diving past him
and seizing a rcspectablo top-knot hen
by the tall.
"Squawk!" cried tho hen who had n
temper of her own, and ruflllng up hot
feathers sho flew at the saucy stranger,
and gavo It a savage peck between tht
"Take that for your Impudence," sh
"Yelp," howlod the aggressor, hall
frightened out of his wits, but spying
Tlddlywlnks streaking towards" the hen
houBo as fast as his long legs would
carry him, It suddenly turned and
scampered after him.
"Boo woo woo" It cried in such s
shrill voice that the poor Cochin stood
still with terror, whllo the savage foe
seized him by his handsome tall feath
ers and stood shaking them and cry
ing, "gr r r' triumphantly.
Poor Tlddlywlnks, more dead than
alive, could do nothing but stand
stock-still and cry "Squak! squnk-aw
awk!" at tho top of his lungs. The
hens cackled In sympathy, making such
a racket that Aunt Peggy looked out
of tho back door to see what on earth
could be tho matter.
"Run, Rosy," she cried, "Something
Is disturbing the fowls!" And little
Rosy ran quickly to the rescue of her
But when sho reached the barn-yard
and espied the tall Cochin squeaking
with terror, while a tiny shepherd pup
py stood holding him by the tall, and
growling savagely, she burst Into a
hearty laugh. "Conio here, Roy," she
cried, and the fat puppy let go hli
victim's tail, and went frisking to her
with a shrill llttlo bark of delight.
"For shamo, Tlddlywlnks," said Rosy,
"to be afraid of a llttlo bit of a dog
llko Roy, who only wanted to play
But Tlddlywlnks, finding hlmsell
free, hurriedly sneaked off around the
barn, and began pluming his ruffled
feathers. He was well twitted by the
other fowls, when they ventured to
como forth from their hiding places.
"You wouldn't run from a fox, would
you," sneered the snuff-colored hen,
"Of courso not," put In Queen Anne,
shaking her feathers, and hopping avei
the pig-trough to pick up a grain ol
corn on the other side. "He Is not
afraid of any four-footed creature thai
"Quack, quack, quack," said the Pe
kln duck, waddling out from a bunch
of tall grass, where she had been hid
ing during the affray. "Pray, Mister
Tlddlywlnks, do tell us what you would
do If a fox were to pounce unexpectedly
over tho fence?"
"It's only natural for hens to be cow
ardly," said a yellow-legged pullet,
who owed the Cochin a grudge for rob
bing her of a dragon-fly that morning,
Even the guineas flew boldly down
from the barn-roof, where they had
been sitting In a row, screaming "pot
rack! pot-rack!" during tho contest.
"If It had been a great big dog, like
Farmer Dill's Howser," they said, "It
would be different. But a llttlo puppy,
no bigger than a kitten! And Tiddly
winks squawked as If a whole pack of
foxes were after him!"
And Tlddlywlnks felt so shame
faced, that he did not venture to crow
for half a day. But he was never heard
to boast of his own bravery again.
And what was still better, he was cured
of his other bad habits, and was never
again guilty of pecking the gulnca
fowis, nor quarreling with tho Pekln
duck, or robbing tho pullets of their
And In time, Tlddlywlnks and the
other fowls became quite friendly with
Roy, the shepherd puppy, who grew to
be such a good watch-dog that not a
fox, possum, or any other midnight
prowler, dared venture near the barn
yard. Quito a Htaniplne nround.
"We are blessed with a domestic who
keeps us in hot water half the time
for fear we will lose her," said an east
end householder, "and, naturally, she
Is welcome to all the UBiial and a good
many extraordinary privileges. Not
long ago she decided to buy a bicycle
and when It arrived It was a nine days'
wonder for all tho girls in the neigh
borhood. Every evening they came
over to admire It. My back yard la
large and nicely sodded and It speed
ily became a cycle circus. Our girl did
most of the riding, with two or three
other girls to hold her on and a hall
dozen more sitting on the fence to keep
out of the way. You never heard such
squealing and giggling In your life. Our
girl would pedal her way along for a
dozen feet or so and then she and hei
side partners would go down togethei
In one struggling heap and three oi
four of the girls on tho fence would
tumble off In sheer excitement.
"I never had more fun than I did last
evening watching them through the
screened window of our pantry. Thej
didn't notice me, of course, and the
merriment was quite unrestrained.
Some of tho girls are decidedly attrac
tive and I was pleasantly taking Ir.
the swift flashes of well-filled hosier
when I felt a sharp grip on my ear and
my wife IcJ me back to the porch.
"But the performance goes on Jusl
tho same every evening." Cleveland
Walker This "middle-of-the-road'
platform won't catch any of the bicycle
vote. Wheeler No? Walker -Naw.
They want the whole darn road and
the sidewalk thrown In. Clnclnnat'
AUL THINGS WEREFREETO HER.
An Indian l'rlncen Who Saved Seattle
unci Knrnmt lti (Irntltnils.
Tho piincesB of Wales is not cramped
for pocket money, nnd various other
royal ladles wave all they want to
spend, but tho Princess Angelina was
probably the only princess In the world
who never had to pay for nnythlng or
even utter tho magic wordB "Charge
it," says tho New York World.
Tho Princess Angclino novcr had to
pay for anything; sho could buy all hei
soul desired a bill was never sent
her nor to hor brother nor to any othei
member of her family, nnd iifo was
only an American Indian princess.
Recently Angclino died, aged at loast
100, and It Is supposed con
siderably more. She never told
her ago, for tho reason that
she didn't know It. Sho was the
daughter of old Chief Seattle, the gen
tloman after which tho town of that
namo is called. Onco Scattlo was own
er of all tho territory along tho Bhoro
of Pugot sound, now In tho United
States. In those days tho DuwamUh
trlbo was a populous and warlike na
tion, and It was while the white set
tlers wore still weak and scattered that
tho Princess Angollne did tho work that
mado her ablo to trade on her face in
tho town of Scattlo.
When the whites began to encroach
on tho Indians' hunting grounds the
usual friction arose and It was not
long beforo a conspiracy was formed
to overwhelm tho whites dwelling
along tho shores of Puget sound at one
blow. Tho Princess Angelina had been
kindly treated by tho settlers and at the
risk of her life Bet out to tho ham
let of Seattle to warn them of their
Tho white men, thus prepared, armod
themselves for an attack and had no
difficulty In repelling their savago foes.
They realized the dnngcr they had
bo narrowly escaped, however, nnd
wore properly grateful to tho Indian
woman, which wob a bit odd. The
citizens of Seattlo in a body offered to
build hor a houBo and support her in
what an Indian would consider luxury
for the rest of her life. But she pre
ferred the free life of the wilderness
and went back to her people. Never
theless she accepted tho freedom of
tho city of -Seattle, and orders were
left at all the shops that sho should
have whatever sho took a fancy to, no
matter what tho cost, might be. Tho
richest men of tho town stood ready
to defray the blllo.
Thus the Princoss Angellne gradually
became a public character and a living
monument to what Is said to bo ex
tremely rare tho gratitude of n city.
Her faco was familiar to every one
in the northwest. It was stamped on
spoons, used for advertising purposes
and on every article In tho nature of
a souvenir of Seattle and the vicinity.
During the last few weeks of her life
sho suffered greatly, but would Eubmlt
to no medical treatment. She fought
so desperately when an attempt was
made to tako her to a hospital that It
had to bo given up. Her life, which
with care might have been prolonged,
was thus sacrificed by her superstitions
A Hitch nt the ItnvHt Wmlilln?.
What caused the archbishop of Can
terbery and tho bishop of Winchester
a very bad quarter of an hour's anxiety
took placo at Buckingham palace on
Wednesday immediately beforo the
royal wedding, and tho contretemps
might have had a very serious result.
Wo have mado every Inquiry, and we
learn that the following Is tho truo
story: Both the archbishop of Canter
bury and the b'shop of Winchester for
warded their clerical robes early on
Wednesday morning to Buckingham
palace, directing them to be sent to
the robing room which had been set
apart for the assembly of the clergy
and where they were to dress for, vthe
wedding service. The two high dig
nitaries of the church arrived in good
time In order to robe, but not a vestige
of their surplices or other canonicals
could be found. The archbishop was
extremely anxlotiB, and go also were all
the palaco officials, and tho time was
drawing nigh for the clergy procession
to the chapel, and yet the missing lawn
was not to be found. At last Lord Ed
ward Pelham Clinton was Informed of
the impending catastrophe, and he at
onco set a complete army of court offi
cials to search ovcry room In use for
the missing robes. These wero event
ually found In another room, but only
Just in time for the archbishop and
bishop of Winchester to dress and
hurry to the chapel. Tho other clergy
had brought their vestments with them
and bo were ready long before tho
time. The archbishop, it is Bald, was
very much upset by the contretemps.
Somo servant or another, not knowing
the robing room, had placed the port
manteau bearing the robes in tho
wrong room. London Chronicle.
Tha Wheal In the Army.
The bicycle will Boon be put to prac
tical test In tho army. A detachment
of eight men of tho Twenty-fifth in
fantry has been mounted on wheels
and In chargo of a lieutenant will ride
over the Montana trnlla. A bicycle re
pair shop has been established at Fort
Missoula, where the men are stationed,
and the instruction in regard to riding
Includes lessons in repairing under an
expert bicycle mechanic. The wheel
will be thoroughly tested in rapid con
veyance of messages from Fort MIb
soula to other forts, with and without
rolay; pratlce rides with riflc3, blank
ets and shelter tents; road patrolling
and recv nnolssance.
Sandford What did she say when
you told her you were a tutor in Yale?
Morton ABked me If I'd toot for the
coaching party her friends were getting
ritnilncr Old Maid.
The man who told this story prefaced
It by saying that It was tho sort you
could toll only to a younjr woman or a
married one. Whereupon his listener
remarked that sho wn. indeed glnd to
hear a story of that kind, us, according
to her previous experience, all stories
wcro divided into two parts tho kind
you could toll to younj women and tho
Kind you could not. The story was as
A certain mnn had, somewhat late In
life, taken unto hlmsolf a wlfo who
was, to put It temperately, not precise
ly In tho first bloom of her youth. At
tho wedding tho man's mother, a typi
cal Yankee, took occasion td soy:
"Yes, I'm real glad to see John mar
ried and settled at Inst An I'm real
leased at the cholco ho's mado, too.
q couldn't a suited mo butter. Ye
see, young iirls arc skittish an' hard to
manage an' wlddors aro sol in their
ways and ye can't manage 'em, but old
maids aro thankful and willing to
Ton't Tobacco Spit nd Smoke Your Ufa Away.
If you want to quit tobacco tiling easily
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vigor, take No-To-Uac, tho vrondor workor
that makes Monk men Irong. Jinny gain
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Buy No-To-Ha Iromyourdruxglst, who will
guarantee a euro. llooklot nnd sample mailed
free. Addross Htor.ing Homedy Co., Chi
cago or Now York.
Verily, until the crock of doom shall
tv wear tho blouse. Tho latest and
now prevailing adornment of these,
runs in the direction of frills of the
material, plain and unadorned. Ono in
blue and green shot silk, which opens
with n decided V down to tho waist,
shows a vcBt of loaf green chiffon, and
round tho V are two closely kilted
frills, about two and a half Inches in
width. Quite half the blouses aro fin
ished at tho throat by fancy turnover
collars and cuffs, while tho remaining
half divido their favors between deep
ruffles or tho material wrinkled down
to tho wrist. A black and whlto mus
lin looks effective with a rucho at neck
nnd wrists, edged with narrow whlto
We offer Ono Hundred Dollars Howard for
anyenso of latarrh that cannot bo cured
by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
K.T CHENEY & CO., Props., Toledo, Ohio,
Wf. tho underslened. havo known V. J.
Oheney for the last tlftcen years, and be
llove him porfoctly honorable In all business
transactions and financially ablo to carry
out any obligations ntudo by their firm.
West ATruax, Wholesale Druggists, Tole
Waldlng. Klnnan & Marvin, Wholesale
Druggists, Toledo, Ohio.
Hall's Catarrh Dure, Is taken Internally,
acting directly upon the blood and mucous
surfuces of the system, l'rlco 7ft cents pit
bottle, told by all druggists. Testimonials
McClure'8 Magazine for October will
contain a biographic .1 and personal
study of Ian Maclaren, tho author of
"Beside tho Bonny Brier Bush, by tho
Rev. D. M. Rosa Mr. Ross wns asso
ciated with Ian Maclaren in n circle of
students who lived In special intlmncy
nt huiliburg university, and lias lived
in intimate relation with him ever
since. Tho paper will be illustrated
with portraits of Ian Maclaren, views
of his various homes, and scenes in and
around "Drumtochty." Tho S. S. Mc
ClureCa, New York.
Piso's Curo for Consumption has saved
me Jorge doctor Mils. C. L. linker, 4'J28
Regent Bq., Philadelphia, Pa., Doc. 8, 1693.
Cleaning Soiled Hooks.
Ink stains may be removed from a
book by opplylng with a camelshair
pencil a small quantity of oxalic acid,
diluted with water, and then use blot
ting paper. Two applications will re
move ull traces of ink. To remove
grease spots, lny powdered pipe clay
each side of tho spot and press with an
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out scorching. Sometimes grease spots
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laying a piece of blotting paper on
them and then pressing with a hot iron.
The heat melts the grease and the blot
ting paper absorbs it.
Coe'a Cowgh Batcam
I the oldest and best. It will break ana Cold quick.
r than a thing else. It U always reliable. TryU.
Nut Ho Ortuln.
"This is one thing you don't have to
do, anyhow," growled Mr. Wipedunks,
through the lather that covered his
face, as he proceeded to strap his razor.
"You're always complaining about
your hardships. You ought to be
mighty thankful you haven t got a
'beard to bother you."
"I don't know about that," replied
Mrs. Wlpedunka "If I was a bearded
lady I believe I could make a better
living for this fnmlly than you arc
making." Chicago Tribune.
Just try a 10c box of Cascarets, tho
finest liver and bowel regulator ever
Moscow's calamity will cost the Im
perial exchequer 3,500,000 rubles. The
number of persons killed in the crush
is said to be 4,500.
The expense of heating a London
theater, the Vaudeville, by electricity,
using storage batteries connected with
radiators, Is said to have been less
than 70 cents an hour.
If the llaby 1 Cutting- Teetn.
Sasara and ns that old and well-tried retried r, Uc.
tVisuW( Booniuio Smcr (or Children Teething-
During his life, a man stir up so much
trouble that be is finally wi.llng to die to
get rid of It.
Tho sugar maple treo Is bottanlcally
known a the Acer saccharinum.
No cough so bad that Dr. Kay's Lung
Balm will not cure it. See ad.
If you havo any friend who regard yoa
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w it. aoasKj
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Dr. Kay's Renovator
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mwTu'tL? il Ji uUBl,y taken. I now only taio one little tablet when I overload my stomach and U will relieve tue at onco." AT
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' rmany doa as Manld radicln
twfrtio sample and booklet, ll has msnv
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I'onr Old Bpitln.
Between tho despotism of the church
and that of the state, tho only wonder
Is tha Insurrection In tho Phllipine Is
lands did not break nut sooner. Cuba
has been a heavy drain upon Madrid's
pockatbook, but tho revolt in tho Phil
ipeaiis will bo greater still. Thoro are
on tho Islands about l', 000. 000 Malays
and Chinese, the former raco In par
ticular being renowned for Its ferocity,
as well as for its bitter hatred of all
whlto people. Moreover, ns tho is
lunds aro more than 0,000 miles farther
away from Spain than Cuba, tho diffi
culty In getting troops to Manilla bo
foro the rising lias had timo to extend
all over tho Islands Is practically In
superable, Then, Japan may not be
neutral Lcwlston Journal.
Sileslan glassmaknrs aro making pos
slblo the realization of nn architect
ural dream. They aro producing sub
stantial glass bricks for building pur
poses. Since glass can easily be mado
translucent without being transparent,
light mny bo evenly dlffusod through a
building of glnss, wliilo its occupants
and contents remain invisible from tho
outside. It docs not require a very live
ly imagination to perceive that many
plenslng effects mny bo produced when
gluss is used as tho matorlnl for dwel
lings and other structures. Besides,
people who live in glass houses will
not bo struck by lightning.
The Well of Life.
The wob of our llfo Is laid In tho
loom of timo to n pattern wo do not
know, but God knows, und our heart
is the shuttle. This being struck al
ternately by joy or sorrow carries back
and forth tho thread that Is light and
dark, as tho p.ittcrn needs, and in tho
end when the garment is hold up and
all its changing hues glanco forth it
will be seen that tho deep and dark
hues wore as necessary to beauty as
tho bright and high ones, and tho mys
tery of llfo will bo unravolcd. Itev. J.
When bilious or costlve.entacascarct
candy cathartic, curo guaranteed. 10c,
The motives which prompt a woman to
accept a proposal of marringo aro often to
seo what will happen uoxt.
"I find that Walter Baker & Cos Breakfast Cocoa is
absolutely pure. It contains no trace of any substance
foreign to the pure roasted cocoa-bean. The color is that
of pure cocoa; the flavor is natural, and not artificial; and
the product is in every particular such as must have been
produced from the pure cocoa-bean without the addition
of any chemical, alkali, acid, or artificial flavoring sub
stance, which are to be detected in cocoas prepared by
the so-called Dutch process.' "
'How happy could I be with either
Were the other dear charmer away."
tfflll JE A MM
The ripest and
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matter how much you pay for a
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grade brand, you cannot buy a better
chew than "Battle Ax
For 5 cents you get a piece of
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the stomach; but a complete KenoTntor, unit l voluntarily, without the Doctor's request,
Indigestion and nervousness which follows. I now eat well, sleep well, and hav gained,,
am tree from cold feet or hands, circulation good, and I fesl setter than for
Ulnir forth same prlco Sold ty druggists or sent l
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eic ji is ice oesi nerve lonio Known ror oru
A Household Necessity.
Cascnrotn Candy Catuartic,thamotwo?4
don ul hied I al dlsr-overy of the ncp, pleas
ant nnd refreshing to the tamo, acts f-cntly
and positively on kldnors.llver and bowels,
cleanslu? tho etttlro system, dlsmts cold,
cures hernia ho, ever, lmritutd constipa
tion nnd I lillotincis. l'lonu buy nnd try a
box of O. C, C. today; 10, 81, M tents. Sold
and guarantee! to turo by all druggist.
Hire Knew Tlmt Mncli.
Well, thcro's ono thing that I know
about the convention," remarked Mm.
Snnggs, "und that Is that MeKIaley
hasn't got all of tho delegates." i , ,
"No?" replied Mr. Snaggs In an in
"No, he hasn't for I road In tho pW-
ficr something about dcli)Lfate!-oi-orgo."
Pittsburg Chronicle Tele
That Joyful Feellngr
Wlth tha exhilarating sense of renew
health and strength and Internal clear
linens, which follows the use of Syrup of
Figs, Is unknown to tho fejv who hav
not progressed beyond the old-.tlm
medicines and the cheap substitute
sometimes offered but never accepted
by the well-informed.
All husbands ore not alike, bocauso som
husbands aro I ridogrooms.
Manv so-called remedies are
pressed on the public uttcntiou
on account of their claimed
largo sales. But sales cannot
determine values. Sales simply
arguo good salesmen, shrewd
puffery, or enormous advertis
ing. It's cures that count. It
is cures that are counted on by
Aycr'a Sarsaparilla. Its sales
might be boasted. It has the
world for its market. But
sales prove nothing. Wo point
only to the record of Aycr'a
Sarsaparilla, as proof of its
the well-known Chemist
. says ;
& Co., Ltd., Dorchester, Mass.
sweetest leaf and 1!
- rr. ruer
.if Omnhn Wj.li trmltm n IfaMih ftfi IRlwt.
lack nt circulation, loss of flesh, oto. I'
11. ihlM .. nn1 k.v. fnnnil till. muHnln. .
LIVER & KIDNEYS
) stem and purines ana euricnev meDloo'
ltvi ivtirt IririnAV rita.nn .nrl nil nArvnttV
oui ousineu men. it nas .to timtaaa
br mall for Sicts and el. Sand f Jr"
nearly all disease, and manr say It Isl
a ig Mrrti, umiDi reo, -ii
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