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HIS FLOWER GIRL
By Georgia Custis
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( Copyright )
WhC1i Mr. Ferris l\rchor WGlS tJl .
.er 1Iy nn obscqnloUB butler Into tM
luxuriotllJ Ubrary of Judge Vnn N03'
trand on n cortaln colli OTonlng late
in November , and annk Into comfort-
.ablo ea.ly-chalr ! beoro a bright fire of
soft coal. It was wllh n feellne of !
.cmnJlcto : and enUr. . , uatl fnction , .
Ho had , In ahort , fur n10nthn been '
Hving In " sort of Fool's 'Paradlsl' , nnd
110 wna at tills moment. awaiUng the
.coming of the woman ho loved. A
; lJOld and skimul palntor of brUJlllnt.
lanlsoapcs Archer was , nd , with
110llt8 of [ ricnds among th loveliest
mtd mO'Jt ! ' brilliant women In the town ,
] to Oh090 to lay the trlbuto of his love
at the foot. of the quietest. and' least
< 1a zlln of them all.
Helen Van Nostrand was not "a
nInn's woman ; " she had many friends ,
lmt tbCj were chleUy among Utose of
Iter own sex ; and in Sllte of her
wealth and position and the charming
. : tnd grn lous hospitality which she
dispensed as head of her father's
11011oohold ( ( or her mother bad died
when she was a very young girl ) , in
Blllte also of B certain quiet charm of
111annor which oven birth and breed.
ing do not always bestow , MIRS Van
oslrnnd had the reputation of being
rather cold and resorTed , and there
'Were even these who rather f < ! ared to
me l the severe directness of her bon.
oC3t gray' eyes. Yet there were others ,
: mf Archcr was one of thcse , who
knew that under the rather cold exterior -
. terior there beat a warm , impulsive ,
I AbtTOlutely free [ rom coquetry , Miss
I Van Nostr 11d had n ver betrayed for
.Archer the allghtcst [ oeHng beyond
the frankest confidence and good will ;
tltoy were the best. of friends , which
W\9 just , vItat rendeed the situation
Moreover , Archer was proud. Fnr
; too pfC.md to ask I the .daughter of
.Tudgo Van Nostrand to cast In her lot
, with a va.gabond artist Hko himself.
" , L _ And 30 ho drlrted on , trying to be con.
,1 , I t nl wlhh the half sovereignty of a
kiugdnm open , , , hose throne he could
never hope to sit ; and alleast his se.
cl'et wm his own.
He was kept waiting Cor her coming
ralher longer than usual on tl1is 11:11"
tlclIll.r ovenlng , and he had fallen , into
: \ 1'0VCTl from , , , Itlch he was aroused
, II } ' It. IIttlo rlp111e of a laugh which
1I1 r10 him sprIng to hIs feet. It was
oo < t to hear Helen Van No'straud's .
laugb , '
. . "AhJ' ! she salt } ; "I , , 'as wording nn
ltl1olo.ty ; t < > > r l hping you waiting 'WhUe'
I wa ! ' ! finIshing the copying or father'a
! j110 h for the great mooting tomor.
row nIght-and hero I como upon you
80 : tbOrbed ! In thoughts of somebody
Iso that .you do not oven bear me
cnter the room. "
8110 was Il for 11 woman , yet she
WuJ : oblIg dto \ thro'T back ber bead n
little to reach thl ) hIgher IeTer of his
Sh dropped hct' own '
hlushlng a muo at the expression in
} lls , which had In it something more
thun hIs nsnal attentiveness , and she
cntly dIsengaged the hand which he
had held whlto she ' 'I''as speaking.
WIU. the other' hand ahe lightly
, . tonobCf1 n btInch of donble violets. tbo
enl ) ' Hpot of color about her dress of
soCt. gray. "You see. " she saId , "I
ha'C Ymn' violets , and you must be
111'CIJarod for II. mUe lecture on ex.
tt'l1vagnnco ; flowera arc not to be hnt !
at this season jnst Cor the pluc1t1ng ,
not'sltoulll y selOsh passion fot' them
. 'bo Indulged In so oten , "
- , "Uut , " said Archer , smiling as he
, " j drew III ? a chair ( or hm' beside hIs
own. "what if I could prove , that
. mildc frOm the quito Immeasnrable
- " . , f 11lensue whIch I recelvo In sondlng
" ) 'Ou the flowers , yon are also Indirect .
) ly helpIng somebody who could per.
, hap3 bo helped In no olher , ay ? "
-'J' Helen raised questionIng e'os. " 1
fellt' I do not. understand , " she saId.
. shalt'lnp ; her head. "If you mean the
. . . 1I01'1&t or the person who grows UtO
"Right as usual. " crIed Archer ;
"but how dId } ' 01t guess the secret of I
, my pretty flower maIden ? " Another
Ilucutlon In the gray ores , "I have
wanted to teU } 'ou abont. her before , "
. \rch went on , and he lJaused a mol -
l mcnt : .md smiled tltouhtfully ! , as
thouh ! ho were conjuring up a pleas. I .
Rul visIon , Helen thought.
"Yon ace , " ho went on , "I ha..o al.
ways known your fondness for vlo-
let. : ; , and I nlwll"B procured these I
Rent } 'OU nt ono particular place. Ono
dur , a few months ago , I went in and
. found the proprietor ( II. " vor ) ' gool1
Hort of n. Cellow. ) ' the way ) talking
to a pretty } "ouug woman , whom I
1'l'co11izcd ! at once us lho daughter of
1111 old friend of my fathor's whom I
hl1li not seen tor } , el1fS ; she romem.
. . h l'ed me , strangely enough , and I
" ' ! lIked home wHit her , talking over all
thl\t balt hamICnC ( ' fjlneo wo parted.
Ilers was ! \ sad story , poor chih } ; het'
father bad embezzled and then died.
lea..Ing his \\ifo ( n chronic InVDlid )
and hls yonng dauAhter to struggle on
as best they could. They had a small
] touse , the oniy thing left from the
wreck , with n large , old fashIoned gar.
dcn in the rear. ' I remember as n. boy
lto\\ , " fond Amy was of digging and
plnnting there ; 9he could always make
' ) r nnrthing grow , and It occurred to her
that she mIght rtlso : tlO\Ters tor tbe
markot. She had arranged wltb
Mather & Gran , It aoems , to Bond aU
bor vlolots to them , and they send
thorn dlroot ! ) . f.o you ; alto doeB not
suspoot. mo , or course , nml so you sco
Wo are renllj ronderlng her the assistance - ,
anco which she so much needs , with.
out In any wa ) ' , voundlng bel' prldo. "
Helen bad been watching Archer
nttentivoly aB ho talkeu , bll1ng ort
little I1lecos from n . . . .101et with her
whlto toeth. "Is she pretty ? " she
asked sudden ! } ' .
"Yes , and moro than that. " saltl
Arclter. "Sho has the most unusual
and dellcato colorIng , and , n pretty
trick of droo111ng her head , wl ch al.
WIIYS reml11lls mo of n flower. "
"I 6hol11&1 111m to sco this dainty
bonut } . . said Helen , but som how her
voIce Iaclted its usual cordIality ,
Archer did not noUce it.
"Woul&l ) .OU , really ? " he said eager.
ly , "Do ) 'ou moan that yon would go
and Bee the 11001' little thing ? She
has no friends , } 'OU lmow ; that is. no
womon.fl1ends , nnd ever slnco I have
discovered how sad and lonely her
life Is I have wished that she co uk !
1now you. "
Helen. llfiused a moment before re.
"CertaInly I wIll go and see your
friend , " she saId , speaking lIt spite of
herself a lIlt10 coldly. "I do not qulto
see , however , how I could help Itor ,
sInce of course she would not ao-
"Ob , no ! not that , " nnJd Archer
Qulcltly. "But. yotl see I lmvo told her
about you , so that ; ) 'ou would not be
quite stra.ngers , nn 'our.Jnterest ,
44Ccrtalnly I Will Go and See YouI'
Friend , " She Said.
'Ol1r s'mpathy would do ( or her"-
ho would have added , "what they have
done ( or mo , " but something in her
manner made him pause. nnd then
they drifted on to talk of other things ,
but th'Cre was a. Bubtlo change in her
manner which Archer's quick sen.
'eIUvenoss did not fa.U to note , nnd
much earlier than usual he rose to go.
She held out her band with her usunl
gracIousness at parUng. and when
Archer had reached t o Itall be 1'0-
mcmbere that after all be had railed
to gIve her the address of the ) 'Ol1ng
grower o [ vl01cts.
As ho rcentored the room. , he stood
fOl' a moment In the doorway waiting
( or Holan to turn her hend , and think.
ing to surprlso hm' as she hud done
earlier in the evening. And tllen 1\IiS8
Van Nostrand dId a strange thing ; she
was .standing where he had left her before -
fore the mantel , and presently she un.
pinned the violets Crom her dress , held
them for n moment in Iter , hana as
though irresouto. ] and then , stooping ,
ahe lwd the owerl : flellberntely on
the slowIng coals. nd then she
turned anll saw Archer watching her
In astonished sllonce ; wltb a little cry
she instinctively clasped her bands
I over the place where the flowers hall
bl'On fastened on her dress. A great
wave of color hall Dwept all over ber
face , but Archer was very palo as his
quick glance trnvoed ] from the little
clasped hands to the f10wera smoul.
dering In the fire. Prcsentl ) . he came
I clone to her nnd trIed to read her
eyes , veiled beneath impenetrable lids.
"Helon , " he said hoarsely , " } 'ou do not
care ( or the vlolots-Is It-becauso I
sent them that } 'OU scorn them thus ? "
And then , as she did n"ot reply , he
wont on , "I knew } 'OU did not care ( or
me , " he said , "but oh. lIelen ! It Is
cruel to learn It in this wa ) ' ! "
She could not endure the auonlzed
'entreaty of his volco , and she raised
1her e'c5 , full of a penitence , whose
( ull meaning Ite did not dare to un.
"Oh , I.'enls , " she faltered. "Can ) 'OU
not see ? I thought } 'oU loved her-
your 110wer girl-and IJO- "
But she did not finish her. Rentence ,
Archer had selzell both her hnn s and
was luughinJ ; 111 n perfect delirium of
joy , "You thought I loved Am ) ' ! " 110
crIed. "Oh , Helen , how could } 'oU bo
60 blind ! And bosldeR , J forgot to toll
you she Is ; : ; oln , ; to 1.10 married to Mr.
Grau , the rich florist , In the spring ,
Dut. I1elon-he ! hud drawn her 80
close that he could whisper Ute words
In her ( \ar-"sho fihall foroo hOl'
choicest . . . .Iolots to bloom tor our wed.
ding , 8111\11 Rhe not ? "
And Helcn throw back her head
with a happy IItUe lauAh. "Violets
are the only flowers I shall ever wenr . .
she said , . "
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HARBOR FRONT , MONTREAL , QUEBEC I
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Montretl Is the second city In Lower Ctntdaj It W&1S built by the French
about the year 1642 ,
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.r.rA SKELETON MYSTERY.
BONES OF INDIAN CHIEF UN.
EARTHED IN TEXAS. ,
18 Clothed In Uniform of a Brladlcr ]
General of United States Army-
Remains in Almost Perfect
State of Preservation.
Drown wood , 'fex.-The skeleton of
what 'ns probably once n Camous In.
dlan chief baR 110cn taken from n 1011 ( .
Iy and unmarked grnvo at lIto top of
ono oC t110 Twin mmmtahm , ten mllcs
cast oC the spot whet'o once stool ! the
historic old Cert of Camp Colorado ,
" -1m" Dyrd , ( armer , wh'o dlscov.
ered the skeleton , bas , lived near the
Twin mountaln8 for nearly [ j0 yearn ,
nnd ha ! ] no recollection of an } ' human
body ever havIng been burled tItere.
His 12.year.old son was on a hunting
expedition roccntl . and ntrolled to the
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GEORGIA GETS. HONOR
FIRST TO NAME CITY AFTER
FATHER OF COUNTRY.
Town of Waohlngton Chrh.tcned . In
1779-H ( story Proving Contentlon ,
of Resident Droug t to Light
and Fixed by Records.
Washington. Ga.-After much and
Ion/ / ; protracted dlscusl3ion it has been
Gottlod whon. whore nnd how this
town was named in honor of George
Washington. ' 1'l1oso are the facts us
they have been ascertained :
'rho name \\'asl1lnton : waG chosen
by the people of Wilkes county for
tholr new town in the year 1779 , and
confirmed by the ceneral assembly 111
January , lz.gO.
HistorIans have been prone to doubt
and qucstion those dates , claiming
that in 1780 was 010 "dark yenr" in
Goorgla and that no oosslon of the
general assembly was held in that
year. Augusta had ( ullen , Savannah
had fallen nnd the whole state was in
UtO hands of the enemy. This Is very
nearly true , but not quito so , ,
The "coded lands , " which seven
) 'oars previous had been bought from
the Indians and c.1l1ed WUkes , ( or
John Wilkes. oUt' fdeml In the Drit.
Ish parliament , wns ono S\Qt \ in the
state not under British rulo. This
was duo to our , 'iclory at Ute battle
of Kettle Creek.
Slophen Heard , president of the as.
sembly , was acting /ovCt'nor / , because .
GeQrgo Walton , the governor , " ' 311 in
Phllatlelphla attendingt10 council
there. And Wilkes county being the
only spot ( roe from British rule ,
Stephen Heard moved the state pallers
and roconls to the courthouse at
Heard's Fort. Heard' Fort , t.hero.
( ere , became the capltnl of Georgia
for the tlmo being. And it was here
that the only BOBslon of t.he state leg.
Is1aturo or assembly was held in the
} 'ear 1780. It wna at this session thnt
the act was pn sed confirming the
name Washington chosen for the litUo
town to be laid out around the site of
In Watkin's Dlgont , the oldeat com.
plaUon of the legislative acts of
Geargla , will bo found the proofs of
thIs statement , as follows :
"Section 19. And whereas It Is es.
sontlally noco sary Cor the convon.
lence of suitors und ministers of public -
lic jURUCO that the building of a omall
town In the couuty of 'Wllkes should
1.10 encouraged , bo it thereore enact.
cd by the authoril ) ' aforesaid , that five
commlssionerB be appointed b ) ' this
house. and said commissioners so to I
be appointed , or any three of thom , bo
mnpowered to layout 100 n.cres of
lantl circumjaccnt lo the said place
Into n tOWIl nnd common , and the
Hamo ho sohl aUli granted In the man.
nor polntoll out In thIs acl-nnd bo it
further enacted by the aut1torHy
aforesaid lhat Wl11lam Downs , Barn'
nrd Heard , John Gorham , Daniel Coleman -
man and John Dooley , Jtqulrcs , 1.10 n
boani o ( commissioners for actin , ; un.
der lhhl act , representing the town
at the conrthouRO , In Wilkes county ,
whIch shan bl ! : caned Washington. "
There you have the proof that th (
( ; enoral assombl ) " confirmed , thotn
' 1780 fot.VntIiln's Pi ,
in the } 'OI\r ,
gest. " prlntell In 1880. Is Indlsputabl (
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tOl1 of tbo WCRt 'rwln mountain wion
ho suddenl ) " carne UpOIl two blJ ; bl'ass
rings lying half embedded In the } 'ol.
low cia } ' of the hillsIde. 'rhe rlnl9 had
n mout antiq\1at.td 1111111'IUIlnCe antI at
once excited the curiosity of the ) 'outh.
rul NImrod n\ld ho toolt them to hIs
father. who decided to make a further
With tllck nnd shovel the father a\ld
son began digging at the HI10t where
the rhtS8 bat ! been found , and hatl
hardly scratched Ute Imrfnco or the
earth , . , 'hcn they uncovered the bones
of 11 hUI11:1\1 : belnL ; . D ) ' careClI1 work the
c11l } ' was removed from aU nldes oC
lhe bones aud the sIght that sreotod
the e'cs o ( the fJXl110rern WaR most
strange nnd fascinating. ' } 'attorcil
remnants of whal WRR once n United
States nrmy uniform clung In mO\1illctl
lIampneos to the frame of a stalwart
Indhm thlef. 'flje bones of the savage
W'fe In n Atnto of almonll'f1rfcct prl'o :
orvallon , nnd tllo long blnel , ball' fltill
clung to the Ecalp , In ulnuoull plnlt ,
But UtO strancest and moel Ilccullnr
tcattll'O of the nnll in the fnet that the
: coat of the uniform bore cpnulctA
I whIch hl\\'o boon IJrOnoul1oo&1 by army
men "ho have examined thom to dC .
Iguato the rnnk of n brlsncl10r ceneral
of the Unltell Staten nnny.
In the grll\'o were nl80 round otool
hridlo bits , saddle buckles anillho old.
fnshlo\lod smaU fltecl npllr which "ao
once In'ogne In the UnIted Slntes
cavllh'y. A sl\1l11l dIrk ami big
hutcher knife wl're alno among the
many nrHelct ! which 111le < l the ! r\vo.
OM army ml'n hurn arc hlrhly inter.
cstcd 111 the tl1ul Itud dcclaro that the
saVlil O hl1ll at some tlmo klllCiI a brig.
11111ronoral \ nnd took hl8 uniform ,
which , in t.rue IndIan 8ty10 , waa 'burled
with the aborlgl\le when ho startotl on '
his journey ( or the happy bUI1t1ng
' } 'ho 'r\"ln mountalno , where the
skoll'lon wns cxll\unell , slantl ton mllelt
eant to north o [ the old Cnmll Colorn.
do , which once formoll the only prolec.
tlon for the )1lo\lcers ) of this Bectlon ,
a\ltl where was once stationed the
ItrtC'rwnrd ( nmollo southern ! ; o\l rnl ,
Hohort B. Leo , then , a young lIeuton.
lint. "ho fort WitS nba11l10nct ! 1\10re
lImn 30 } 'onrs ago , ami the ol&lont Bot.
tlera hltvo no memory of nl1'ono hnv.
In/ / ; been burled on this mountalu. The
( ; rave WitS nearly at the top of U10
mountain nnd on tbo enst side , facing
the oun. '
'rho good state of 11r'scr\"atlon In
which the bones and the unCorm ! , voro
fountl Is accounted for by the fnct that
lho huporvlous qualltlos of the clay in
which th'oy were burled excluded all
molstllro from the grnvo.
New Island Is Discovered.
Washington. - Anti - oxpl1nslonlstll
will grlevo to Itear Ulat the domain of
the United StateR baB been increased
hr n now Island POl1\llng \ Ul1 ollt of
I Alaskan watorN in the Bognston grollp
of Is1unds of the Alnslcnn 110nlnsula , '
I 'rho new Is1anlt in 400 feet hl h Bnd
1,700 feet in tUameter at tbo blLgo ,
A } 'ear ngo it WU9 not In cxlstonci3 ,
I 1t wns discovered by the crew of the
t'UVCUIIO euttor McCullough nnd IlIlu
heen named in honor oC the McCul.
I iOI1lh. ,
I. . . HUNTING FOR MOOSE
I A camp on the Montreal river In the Canadian foreBt where the Dam' "
Now for the proof that tbo people of
Wilkes had selected the name for
their town in UIO ) 'enr 1779 , .John
Doolo ) ' , ono of the commissIoners
mentioned In the act , was killed soon
after the hattle of Kettlc Creek , in
1779 ; therefore the act appointlns ,
] tlm commissioner and naming the
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Capital in Meat is Immense.
$10.625,000,000 Engaged In Industry ,
Says Government Report.
Wnshlngton-A capital oC $ lOG ! , .
000,000 Is directly concel'nod In the
raising of meat animals nnd their
slaugbterlng anll packing , according to
II. report on meut Sl1llply Issued by tbo
dopartment. or agriculture.
This amount Is five.slxths aB large as
all capital Invested in manufacturing
In 1104. ! Seven.elghths of the meat anll
meat l1roducts was consumed wlUlln
this country. The stock of meat ani.
mals has increalHJd since 1840 , but has
not kept IJllce wllh th Increase In the
population. 'rhe report asserts that.
the welfare of tbo raisers of moat ani.
muls and of the IIlaughtcrers anll llacl ; : .
era Is dOl10ndent upon' findingtorolgn
markets Cor tbo surpluB of the proouc.
tlon of mcat above the 110mo consump.
There was a total oC ! l3fi02OOO meat
anlrnals sluu htored nnd exportl. < l In
1900 , of which the exporled live ani.
mala numbered 27G.OOO.
The dressed weight of tIle 03,603,000
meat anlma1a constituUng the moat
sUllply of ] 900 WUS IGfi49,921OOO
I pounds , of which 14l1G,88GOOO llounds
entered Into domeullc commmptlon ,
lurd being Included with tbo dressed
weight. of p rk ,
The rel10rt adds : "That m.at : ! con.
3umIIllon 1101' capita hus declined in
, this countr ) ' lIinco 18.10 Is plnlnly Indl.
cated. ' } 'hero Is some ground ( or bOo
I lIevlng that at that tlmo meat constl.
I luted about onehaf ] of the national
dletnr } ' In terms of total nutrillvo
I units consumed , whereas now it con.
, stltutes about ono-tltird , "
. How Important meat Is in lIto diet
I l of dlfforent counlrlen I , shown in the
followinG'maut consumpllon pOl' ( ) pi.
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town must of necessity 1100n determln.
ed upon beoro his death , I"ebruary ,
'fho original lllot of the 100 acres as
laid out by the cornnU8slonors Is sUlI
In exJstel1ce. and Is among the treas.
uros of the Mury WUUs library , In
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la In 1 OI In dressed wolght : Unltod
Slates. 185 pounds ; Unlle(1 Kingdom ,
121 ; Aust1'll1ll1 , 2G3 ; New Zealand , 212 ;
Cu.II1 ] , ] 21. ; li'runec , 7r. BelgIum. 70 ;
DOlunut.lc. 76 ; Sweden , 62 ; Italy. 46 ,
ROOSTER MIGHTY WEAPON.
i Wielded by Owner. Speedily Puh
Hold.Up Men to FI1Jht.
CincInnati , - AVl1unt blackjacks
smoke wagous nnd loaded canes. Th"j
mORt useful array of barnyard fowls
the rooster , haa mounted the pedesta' '
of superIority and to"day nil th (
members of CInclnnntl' " chicken popu
laUon save ono nro holdIng their heatll
a little hlsher. 1t. happened 'whil ' (
Warren I dwnrds , n conductor , WtlS 0 [
his way home. In hl8 right Imnd It (
held by Ute 10gB II. plump rooster tha' '
WnB desUned to b't'nce the Edwards
"Halt ! Bands up ! " came a bruRqu
eomrnarul , und out of lIto dnrknes :
two hlghwa"mcn stepped Uld . confront
o gtwards. !
In tead of obe'lng the command
gdwa1'ds Bwung the rooster , Into tit I
( ueea o [ the l'obbora and Intt them t4
IIIght. It was fatal to the chanticleer
At 57 He Goes to College.
Washhtton ! , Pa.-I'oter ! timmy , 0
Buena Vista , Ilt the ugo of [ j7 , has gonl
110 Iii IL student at Jefferson aead
emy , Canoraburg. ancl the teach or :
snr ho Is ono of their most diligent pu
11111\ . '
In hIs youlh Murray had to work fa
a living Itnd sncrlfico Itls schooUns
Un hua necumu1ated money un hi :
lal'go business Interests , ho saYD , d < ;
mand that ho 1.10 belter educated.
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"t1"8. E , M. 'I'lunoy. 8101'1 'Wrl ,
32l'i , Nucva St. . 8un .Allt.oulo. ' .l'cx. .
"JlIrlnR 1001 J Rl1tTcrcll form Jtnt'Jt\l '
cmtll1't'h , whlrh vurlous olller l'enloolcB
I failed to rellovc.
" 1:11X bottles of Porllnn , "hlch 1
toolc , cntlrely CI\l'Jc ! 1110 , the cal lTlt
dlstlllIll'l\rmlt 1\011 II ev 01' rclllrllnl .
II I thorem'o ( cheerl till v H'comulclll1
Porllna to nU BIUlUl\rl ' 1\1\110100. "
Mt-:4. Ellen Nag-lo , .11-1 4th sLroot , Green
Day , Will" wrltclI :
"I hnve often hran1 I'CM1n rnlfICt1'
m1 it. if ) moro wlloly ! lntown hero thnn
I nnV other mccllcil1c , hut I neer knew
\ whnt Billcudhl111cl11clno It I'cnl1y " 'UN
I uutll few wccltS o whcn 1 . . , aught. n. .
bad coM wl11el1 flCt.t Ctlnll over hI. < < .
'ITho (1octor , WI\1\hll ! to preRerlbe , tlllt
t told him I " , ns Roln to try IJonuo.
and Bent for n boWe nnll trlelllt. .
fl1 felt mudl better the tH xt hlOminK
nnd within five dn 's I lml1l1ot n truce
of anv : ln1ll0ncl\9 or unv eough.
" , ' COlIsldcr It tile IllIcst CfJugll mm-
I'lmuNA TAnr.ETs-Some : J'001'1c pre.
for to tnlo tnhletll. l'ather t1mn to t.\lcu
medlclno In n Jlnhl lOl'ln. Sueh pc < 11i1o
cnn obtl\in l'ornnn tahlelfl , which ra11w ,
Bent the solid Jncdlciun1 ingred nL8 01
For Rifles and Pistols
Winchester maJ e of
cartridges in all calibers
from . 2 to .50 are accurate - :
, rate , sure fire and rclin. . ,
ble. In forty years of gun "
making we have lcarned
many things about ammunition - .
munition that no ODO
could learn in any other
way. When you buy ,
Winchester make of
cartridges you get' the ,
benefit of this experience
WINONlE5Tltft RWI'U.TIfIO Ant.13 00. .
Positively "urfll by
CAD'JER S these Llttiu Pills.
They 01110 reUe\'o Dl o
ITrLE tn'l\lIlrom D , . peptdnJn-
I VER EatluG" pm'f6c' rem. .
cdy lor DlnlD4Yft , Nap.
P I LLS . I ! < lU , DrowHluCfnIo D d
'rl1Hte In tbe ) .touth , Oont-
I'd 'l'onafuc. : l'aJl1 In hD
Bide , 'rOUl'lD Ll\1QL
They regulate Lh Dowels. Purely Vegetable.
SMAll Pill. SMAll DOSE. SMAll PRICE. .
Genuine Must Bear
CARTERS Fao-Slmile Signature
I ITTLE . / /2 A7Z ? Z'lt'
To convlnco any
woman tllnt rux-
FREE tine AntLoopUc "III
Improve her bc.ltb
null do aU we claim
for U. We will
send ber nb\Olutely : free " lar trl\l
box 01 } 'axUno with book of 1nstru00
tlons anll genulno teMlmonlnh. Bend
your WW10 and address OD a pustal oord.
foctlons , such as nn nl catarrh , peh'1e
car.a.rrll IUld Jntlamm , lIon caused DY kmi-
nine Ills ; IIOro ey" lIoro Ulloa' and
Jnoulh , by direct local neatment Its cur-
allvlf power over lhese troubles 1.5 extra.-
ordluary nnd. stves Immediate roUef.
Tho\sunds of Womt'a are us1ug and roo-
ommcndlng It cveryuday. . ( j ( ) ccn\8 at
d nlJ : : lstl ! or by tIIhU , temem bfT , howc'Yt'r ,
IT COSTH YOU NO'1'IIJNU TOTJtYIT.
TIlE It. I'AXTON 00. . lJoaWD. u. . . . .
I ReLurn till. .
PI D 8111 t wllb cellt . . . : . l * .Ump. 1)0 UIl' "
. ) .Int JOaw-
d. . . . with lull 1 lIou. tll lu"ke .IH.1 _ t lJiU"- "
1'1 > 10 l""nt . " ' 1' ' " " , In.taullnJuo' " 1I < oad.a.cbe. ,
. . , \ . . . . . . . .
Tooth. " " , Non" ' " , In "I' " 111111111101 Mol. 1..1. n.u
It" . "urn. . will nfll LII.I r. " 'I"'ntul tat , , " ' . . . .r
Urue . day kill. 11).C"\'ta \ , lIold liT " < < 'Inbl.
.Go J.VU ( ; U'I'I , If.lee" 1l,7.11I . .h. . . .
1 ECllff : ! : ELECTROTYPES
1A re. ' . . . .n.I" 'or , .ILl. . , tbe lowNt " " " " br
A. . .uuooo III "BrUIIiI co. , tll'I' ' .j uoe 1i.tWap :
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