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HUM Us fad' TlmnUHKlvliig tiny ,
lull It piiMsiul llu > way of nil
'J'lmiiksil\liiK blnH uhniit Nov.I. ( .
, IStl.'t. This iniri'Hiilii I'liwnoluKy I * iliit'
to ( lie fuel that half a ili > /.i < n of IIM war
lirlHini ri'fiiKt'i'x. who hail cHcapnl fniiu
tin ; ( it'oiyla HtiH'kiulos , wore making
our hnincwiml Jtnmii'.v by llu1 sole
KHlilniiiv of tlu > north Mar. When we
Htriick the eastern Nlopi ! ( if the dun-
lierlunil inoiintiilim In xonthweHiern
N'lrglnlu Into aiitiiinnVIIH npini UH.
Tint plentiful wild gnipt-M hail been
tonelied by frost , perrtlmiiioiin were
dropping , dead ripe , and corn hail been
nliuekeil and stored beyond our reach.
\Vo didn't know the day of tltu week.
uiiH'li less that of thu month , for we
paused dayH and nights miinetlmcH hid
ing from pnrsiitTH In dark eaves and
Hlupt from Hhoer exhaustion without
reference to thu rlnlng or thu polling of
thu Rim. OIH ; day wo cainu upon a cabin
hidden In the iiioiiiitiiln wilds occupied
by n iH-gro who , llku ourselves , wan a
rofiiKco. At the beginning of thu war
bo had run away from his inastor In
cast TutiuessL'u and started blindly to
meet up with "MiiHsm l.lnluim's no-
gem. " Having lost Ids way and got
( rlKhtoncd by the rooming bushwhack
ers who Infested the mountains , ho
built u cabin anil waited for that Ju
bllco of freedom his simple faith told
b.1 in must come. With eyes almost
bursting from their sockets ho listened
to our story of thu emancipation how
Lincoln had struck thu fetters off from
every slave ami If once he could reach
Yankee territory there would bo no
more drugging him back to Hlavery.
When thu poor wretch comprehended
the wonderful story he sat silent for
11 long time. Then he looked Into thu
face of each of us , a gleam of peace
growing brighter and brighter on his
ebony skin. "IV all Is sliuah 'miff
Yanks , " said he , "else yo' ain't talkln'
dnt a-way to lllaek Sam. " Nothing \vu
could say was HtrniigiM" than thu no-
Kro's Ionic. "Yo's Yanks , an" yo'H bun-
gry. I'zo hungry , too-hungry for tur
key , 'kase dls about TliiiiiUsglbiMi time.
IV.u ( 'wlne kill ilu bird o' freedom an'
Klh yo' all a dinner. " For a moment
we thought the Htnrtllng news of eman
cipation had turned the poor slave's
brain. There was no sign of poultry
culture about the premises.
Illack Sam saw the doubt written on
our faces. "Oh , I'ze got dat turkey , all
right ! " he shouted. "IUn waltln' free
year fur tns'o o' 1dm. 'Twiia dls a-way :
I 'lowed du ulggahs gwlue get free all
account o' Massa Llnkiim. an * 1 said
Blaclt Sam n-e-b-o-r goiu' eat turkey
twell freedom done come. First turkey
1 coteh hu git fat an' nice , an' freedom
ain't come , so he git olu an' tough , an'
1 gib him ter de buzx'rds. Second tur
key hu git fat , too. hut no freedom ylt.
Ilu git tough , an' du buzy/rds git him.
Den 1 I'otch one mo' , an' 1 say dls du
bird o' freedom , slmah. Now , Ink yer. "
With that he led the way up the
mountain side till lie came to a tangle
of wild grape vines which fell over
the rocks and trees like a huge wall.
These he parted deftly and conducted
us to a spacious glen shut out from
the prying world. Tied to a stake with
a long rope was a I'at turkey. "See dt ;
bird o' freedom "t" says he. with a
broad African grin. "Cotched dls chick
about las' Chrls'mus ober de mouu'n.
Hide him yer all day , an' nighttime
take him out In du beech woods so he
get fat fo' de day o' Jubilee. Now I got
do Th.uiksKlbon tas'o In do iiiour , an *
Jubilee done come. "
I1.1 . Afli'i1 moro of his palaver It was sot-
' ' tied that ho would roast the bird In a
j' ' rude even built In the hillside , then
I'i ' i * servo 11 In the oabln. Meanwhile wo
| j woniont trumps would sleep ourselves
-if Into a titling appetite for the jublleo
ijl feast , whleh was to bo turkey nnd corn
pone. Illack Sam led us bade to the
1 I , oabln and shoved asldo some of the
: poles whleh made a Hooping for the
| loft overhead. Climbing up with the
help of n rude bench , wo found a carpet -
pet Inof ; mountain grass for our bed
and n space Just large enough to He
down spoon fashion , us we'd done In
prison , and aired by a hole cut In the
gables. Itlack Sam descended , and we
' * moved the loose poles back Into posi
tion. "Aln" no bnshwhackln' socesh
gwlno Ink fur yo' up dare. " said ho ,
with a chuckle , and went his way to
prepare the turkey.
After a long sleep we awoke and
crept down faun the loft , wondering
that wo had not been bidden to the
fenst. Black Sam was sitting llku a
uiouruer , with his lank yellow dog for
a companion In misery. By the light
of a waning lire In thu chimney wo
eaw the well picked bones of a turkey
and some scraps of pone on the board.
What had happened ? Surely that woe
begone negro and his woebegone dog
bad not regaled themselves on thu bird
of freedom. We looked from one to
the other of our crowd and then to our
host , who tremblingly began his Btory
of the disastrous Jublleo fete. Said
bo : "Dess I git dat turkey an' dat pone
ready an' mek to call yo' all to Thanks
glbon when 'long come passel o' Cap'n
Noah's secesh critter company sneaklu"
nround an' say dey lookln' fur Ynn
kees. Tell 'em I ain't seed none , an'
dey ast why dla roastln * dat turkey
doaa fur dls nlggah 'lone. 'Kaso I Jess
hear about freedom , ' I tole 'em. 'I got
no mammy , no missus , no chile , only
my yuller dog Slim. Done roast dat
turkey nil for dls ulggah'a jublleo. '
"Den dey eat dat turkey an' pone
ftg * nebber gib me none au' nebber say
'Tunis yo' . Illnck Ham. ' All no lime
doy 1'iilln' di'i kept lookln' up to dem
polo * ou'i'hoiid. miisln' like doy want
HOC bohln' duru. Dey Keep mlghly Htlll.
( lough. One sccosh , ho Hlnn' outside ,
nn' do oddont luke nome turkey fo'
him. llyineby dnt mini ho sny , 'Hh ! '
nn' doy nil grab dolr swords an' pis-
tolH mi' Hiionk out , neither Kiiyln' nut-
tln * . Don I know why ( ley ( loan gn
pookln' bohln' dem poles whore yo' nil
lildln nn' ( loan dike Illnck Sum along
back to ho ole MIIIHSII. "
Wo nu-got our hunger nnd the van
ished luxuries over this rocltnl , for we
had heard of
ers , who inns-
( lUornUed nsCori-
fodorntos , . b u t
powder In the
fluid. They ter
rorised the lg-
nornnt in o u n
tnlnoors , seizing
their pigs and
corn In payment
for their pro
ship of th'e ter
ritory. Part of
was to head off
oners and fugi
tive slaves and
return them to
won for them
the toleration of
the local ConfMl
e r a t o authori
i v - ? ' \ , > ' < > Yi\.v I the risk of cross-
* " * * < & | np their beaten
trail and breath
I . /-I. . . . the sequel of
Illne U Sam's
BAM WAS HITT1NO LUCK
"I looks at
dem turkey bones nn' dat empty pone
dish , " continued be , "nn" I moan 'kase
yo' all git none. Den I skcurcd call
yo * 'kase yo' kill dls nlggah fo' shuah.
I stan' lookln' at du bones , glttln' hun
grier ev'y minute. Nux" t'ltig some
body Hiienkln' up an * holler In de do' ,
'Whar dem rebs ? ' 'What rcbs yo'
mean ? ' I say.
" 'Cap'n Noah's company , ' bo say.
'Wo seed 'em comln' dls a-way las'
night. ' Dls one a Yankee all In blue ,
an' I up an * tolu Mm 1 rose dat turkey
all by mysu'f an' Cap'n Noah's men
come eat 'hn all an * dun run away.
Dls Yank hu luff all acrost ho face , but
hu maku no noise lallln * . Speck he
t'lnk bery funny how de rebs eat dls
chllu's turkey an' pono. Den he go out
du do' , an' long comu about 1200 Yanks.
"Den I git mad at dem Yanks , an' 1
say : 'S'posu yo' t'lnk dls nlggab cry In'
'kasu hu got no turkey an' pone , he an *
Slim. I ain't cryln' . 1'zu lalllu' on do
Insldu 'kase I'ze a free nlggah. ' Den dey
all luff ag'ln an' go way down de lane ,
Hiieaklu' after dem Noah's men. Now ,
what yo' all lallln' at ? "
"Yankee soldiers , Sam ? Are yon
sure ? " gasped half a dozen In a breath.
We didn't make any noise , either , not
being certain we wore out of the woods
yet ; but every mother's son of us grin
ned llku the man In the moon. Yankees
of the right sxrlpe were what we were
looking to meet up with more than a
feast of turkey and pone.
"Shnah , mars , shuah. Llnkuin sogcrs
from up de ICanawha wav. 1 heered
WU SCllAl'Kl ) TOOirrilKH A IiITTLK YANKEE
Cap'n Noah's men say dey all skeered
o' Yankee sogers plntlu' dla n-way. "
At last wo wuro among friends good
enough fortune to draw thanks from
yearning stomachs. Wo scraped to
gether a little Yankee money to re
ward Hlack Sam for the loss of his
Jublleo dinner and for saving our necks
with that lone nigger bluff , which so
effectively dulled the curiosity of
Noah's Infamous gang.
The negro grinned at the sight of
the greenbacks , coming with Ida newly
discovered freedom. Wo kept on grin
ning In our Joy at being once more In
"God's country , " surrounded by boys
In blue. No doubt the bushwhackers
were grinning , too , over the after taste
of that unexpected dinner. They getaway
away from their pursuers , but wo
didn't begrudge them this good for
tune. And as wo got next to Uncle
Sam's fat rations In the saddle pouches
of Crook's Kanawlm cavalry division a
few hours later wo didn't begrudge
them their monopoly of Illack Sam's
Jublleo turkey and pone.
TIIH NORFOLK NKWS : Fit I DAY , NOVKMlllOU 27,1908.
ItriiillnK nnil TnlklnR.
I looks nre tin Riibstltuto for talk ,
They come out of talk and go back into
talk. We doubt If reading ul.-iio over
made "a full man , " It IIIIH been mild
that reading Is thinking with MUIIO one
else's head , but talking Is thlnUIng If
we may borrow a simile from the motor
car with two head power A < a booi
worm Is to the man of the world , HO U
the silent thinker to the talking think
er. The man who does not talk Is a
Htraiiger upon earth. He dons nut knnv
his fellows , and they do not kii"\v him ,
and those wo do not know we cannot
greatly like. "I.lltle do men perceive
what solitude Is and how far It extend
ed ) , for a crowd Is not company , and
faces are hut a gallery of pictures and
talk hut a tinkling cymbal , where there
Is no love. " Yet a man may do heroic
deeds and never talk at all In our sense
of thu word , and he may be a learned
man and never express an opinion on
any subject of the llrst consequence.
All the same , we agree with Ilacon
that , Inasmuch as he is shut up In him
self , "closeness doth Impair and a llttlu
perish his understanding. " London
Hnlnil Day * .
Qu\te \ the simplest Interpretation of
the trite phrase "salad days" rcfera It
simply to the fresh green quality and
character ef euch vegetables ns lira
grown for salad and which may he
taken ns typical of the raw Inexperi
ence of youth. Probably It was used In
this connection by Shakespeare In "An
tony and Cleopatra : "
My anlntl days ,
When I was green In Judgment.
Another and very different derivation
links the expression with Halle , or sad
dle , the block upon which In olden days
ochoolboys wcro birched. In this form
thu words are allied to the "pcn'orth of
salad oil , " for which , on All Fools'
days , boys wcro sent to the saddler's
shop , whore they often met with a
It Is Just possible that the term bad
some reference to the "Saladlne-tenth , "
u tax Imposed by Pope Innocent III. to
provide funds from Knglnnd and
Franco for the crusndo led by Ulchard
I. , but this seems needlessly farfetched.
A Ilouiul of I'lcnniirc.
The philanthropic lady sat In the
midst of the McKiulden family , expos
tulating with them In a pained voice
on the frequency with which they
chased "the festive can" around the
corner to the nearest liquor saloon.
"You ought to provide some kind of
wholesome amusement for your fam
ily , " said the philanthropic lady stern
ly to thu abashed McFadden. "You
should do something to lighten the
burden of living. Every life needs a
little sunshine In it. "
"Oh , missus , " spoke up Miss Me Pad-
don , aged thirteen , eagerly , "we has
plenty of fun. There's always a lighter
or Homcthln' entertalnln' goln' on In
the tinlmlnt. Why , oney last week a
gentleman cut a lady's throat and drug
her past our door. " Llpplncott's Maga
Arctic u ml Tropic Stiiinota.
Sunsets In the tropics as I have wit
nessed them , although full of rich col
orings , cannot vie with the color har
monics of the poles. Kven the nights
of the tropics , full as they are of bean"
ty and richness of color , are not com
parable with those of the arctle night ,
when the moon Is of a brilliance Incon
ceivable to sifuthcrn eyes , and the sun ,
although hidden during the long night ,
makes Its presence felt by an orange
radiance at the southern horizon at
noon , and on starlit nights the snow
crystals give out a shimmering glow.
The tropical blue sea haa a charm ,
which the green of the south Atlantic
lacks entirely. Frank Wllbert Stokca
A Hit of ItrcMvnliiK Satire.
A medley of young literary men were
once gathered to meet Robert llrown-
group was llrst Introduced and at once
began to pour out his personal delight
and admiration with so unceasing a
How that the other Introductions were
being held In abeyance , and the other
literary young men starved , ttrownlng
endured It with great good humor for
some time. At last he put his hand al
most affectionately on the egotist's
shoulder and said , "Hut I am monopo
lizing you. "
The New Wnninu'ii Qunniliiry.
"Yes , " the now woman remarked , "I
nm greatly troubled. "
"My what ? "
"Well , I want to get married just to
prove that I can , and I don't want to
get married Just to prove that I don't
have to. If I don't , they'll say I can't ;
If I do , they'll say I have no more In
dependence than any other woman. "
I'roud of Him.
"Is your sou Josh doing well In the
city ? "
"I should say he Is , " answered Form
er Corntosael. "lie bought a gold brick
the llrst day ho was there an' coiuo
homo an' sold It to me. for twlco what
It cost him. I tell you , that boy's got
enterprise. " Washington Star.
If men are the salt of the earth ,
women are undoubtedly the sugar.
Old malda are brown sugar , good na-
lured matrons arc loaf sugar and
pretty girls the flno pulverized sugar.
Pass the pulverized sugar , please ,
Aunlston ( Ala. ) Hot Mlnst.
"Do you really believe there la such
n thing in this world as 'perfect happi
ness ? * "
"Of course , but some other follow al
ways has It. " Philadelphia Ledger.
A sunny temper gilds the edges of
llfo'n blackest cloud. Guthrlo.
man who'd sot n b'nr trap In
DK Ids chicken house on Thanks-
glben ebo am no Christian an'
neither will be.
Dere's no place In hcbben fur de
man dat steals. JOSH de same 1 'spects
de coon dat ain't got a cunt an * yet
brings home a turkey fur Thanksglben
will go to du good place.
De American people ( loan git half
'miff sleep , an' 1 'spects ( hit's Jess why
most oh 'cm am allus complnlnln' ob
feulln' run down. Do white man
oughter git to bed early , 'speshually on
If any ob my fain'Iy gits to nllln * 1
donn nebber git no doctor , 'kase doy
do a heap ob lin'iu. When my Uncle
Julius was tookun sick one Thanks-
glben an' do doctor said he couldn't
dun had none ob dat fo'tcen pound tur
key dat was hangtn' In du kitchen
what was do result ? Why , when Ju
lius smcllcd dat bird , all brown an'
Juicy , an * heard de fain'Iy smackln' dcr
lips , lie Joss gib one groan nn' died.
Yo' may s'nrch through do almanac
nn' do dictionary an' all do histories ob
dls kontry , but yo' won't find no mon-
Hhun mndo ob n cull'd man beln' Meet-
cd president ob do United States. I
reckon It am Just as well. If a cull'd
man hold dat olllce he'd kill hlssolf on
Thanksglben tryln * to cat nil de tur
keys dat am sent to de White House
on dat occnshun.
1 ullus ntlck up fur do Bible an' bo-
llob cbery word In dat good book , but
I'ze kinder n lectio bit 'splclous 'bout
Mistnli Nonh nn' his nrk. Dnt man
might hov let nil do birds nn' nnlmulcs
In hla ark , but did dey all git out
"ll' ONU 01' MY CIIIIjI/KN HIIOUIiU INQUAIl
WIUUIK I GOT 1 > AT IIIUU"
ngaln ? Doiui yo' 'sposo dat de turkeys
was dun mlssln' 'bout Thnnksglbun
When Thnuksglbcn cornea nn' I take
do head ob do table an' de ole woman
an' chlU'en gather round an' smack
dor lips an' roll dor eyes , when do hour
comes dat I stand up wld knife In
hand to begin cnrbln' , when do mlntt
arroves dat I reach out wld one hand
to cotch dat turkey by do lalg an' hold
him solid while I slice away , If one ob
my chllPcn should look up an * Inquar
where I got dat bird den , I'm tellln *
yo' dat slch a calamltoua sarcum-
stance would perspire dat dat child
would remember de event nil de rest
ob his bo'n days ! A. M. LEWIS.
The 1'rexlilent'n Turkey.
For the past thirty years the turkey
which has graced the White House ta
ble on Thanksgiving day has come
from Westerly , U. I. , the gift of Illram
Vose. In 1873 Mr. Voso sent n thirty-
six pound bird to President Grant. It
was received with such favor that ho
has continued to supply the yearly
presidential turkey , and his sons after
him will keep on sending turkeys to
Washington as long as the race holds
out. Mliode Islnnd turkeys are not ns
numerous ns they once were , but their
quality has not deteriorated. Bronze
and Nnrrngnnsett grays are the stand-
and breeds. No change has been made
In the methods of breeding turkeys as
the years have gone by , but In view of
the bad luck farmers have had recent
ly In raising largo flocks Mr. Vose ,
whoso turkey market la a clearing
house for all the country round , Is tryIng -
Ing to discover some means to prevent
the national bird from becoming ex
ThnttkBftlvlnK Day Abroad.
Wherever two or three Americans
nre gathered together on Thanksgiving
day there Is sure to be an elaborate
observance of tho'epicurean holiday.
In every foreign capital n Thanksgiv
ing banquet nt the American legation
Is one of the fixtures In the ambassa
dor's or minister's ceremonial calendar ,
and to his olllclal reception are wel
comed nil of his countrymen residing
abroad or temporarily uwny from their
own flresldea. The American churchi
hold religious services , whore there nre
American churches , nnd In their ab
sence the natives usually offer their
places of worship to the Americana for
the day , . Even In Peking Thanksgiving
day la n notable event , Its observance
shared In by Christianized Chinamen
and the members of other embassies
than our own.
* Is Not a SKirx Disease.
Most people have nn idea that rheumatism is contracted Hko n cold , that the
damp , chilly air penetrates the muscles and joints nnd causes the terrible aches
and pains , or that it is something like a skin disease to be rubbed away with lini
ment or drawn out with plasters ; but Hlmcmatism originates in the blood and is
caused by Urea , or Uric Acid , an irritating , corroding poison that settles in mus
cles , joints nnd nerves , producing itillamuiatiou and soreness nnd the sharp , cutting
pains peculiar to this distressing disease. , , ,
Exposure to bad weather or sudden Bowllntr Qroon , Ky.
chillillirof . About n yonr ngo I wns attacked bv ncuto
the bodv will liimtpn mint.
uiiuiiii ut int.
, uuuywin iiasicn an at-
atrlioumiitism in my ubouldors , arms and
tack of Rheumatism after the blood and logs below the Unoo. I could not ralso my
system are in the right condition for it n " to ooinb my hair. Doctors proscribed
tndcvrlnn , lint linvn imtliliur ( .In with for mo for over two months without niv-
ipucvciop inBnollnyrollof. IsawH.B. B.ndvortiaod
the real true causes of Rheumatism , and decided totry it. Immediately loom-
which are internal and not external. inoncod its use 1 felt better , ixnd romnrkod
Liniments plasters and to mother that I was Kind I Imd nt last found
EOUIO rollof. I continued its use and am
will Bomotlmca rcduco the inilnminii- entirely woll. I will always fool dopplr
tlon nnd swelling and ease the pnln for interested in the HUCOOSB of B. B. B. slnoo
ii time , but fail to relieve permanently u i1 D ° m B0Ad ;
311 12th st- MnuMIOB HOIITON.
because they do not reach the sent of - > - -
the trouble. S. S. S. cures Jlheumatlsm because it attacks it in the blood , and
the Uric Acid poison is neutralized , the sluggish cir
culation stimulated and quickened , and soon the sys
tem is purified and cleansed , the aching muscles and
joints are relieved of all irritating matter and a lasting
cure of this most painful disease effected ,
S. S. S. la a harmless vegetable remedy , unequalled
as a blood purifier and on invigorating , pleasant tonic. Book on Rheumatism will
I * mailed free. THE sw/n > SPECIFIC CO. . ATLANTA , GAm
Catarrh Cannot be Cured
with local applications , ns they can
not reach the scat of the dlseaso. Ca
tarrh is n blood or constitutional dls
ease , and In order to euro It you must
tnko Internal remedies. Hall's Ca
tarrh Cure IB tnkon Internally , nnd
nets directly on the blood nnd mucous
surfaces. Hall's Catarrh Cure IH
not n quack medicine. It was pro
scribed by one of the best physicians
In this country for years and IB a
regular proscription It Is composed
of the host tonics known , combined
with the host blood purifiers , acting
dlrcqtly on the mucous surfaces. The
perfect combination of the two Ingred
ients is what produces such wonderful
results In curing catarrh. Send for
F. J. Cheney & Co. , Props. , Toledo ,
Ohio. Sold by all druggists , prlco 75c.
Hall's family pills are the best.
Miss Annlo Euland , Llttlo Falls ,
Minn. "I Hko Rocky Mountain Tea
very much , will not bo without It"
Greatest remedy on earth for suffering
women. 35 cents. The Klosau Drug
A Remarkable Case.
One of the most remarkable cases
of n cold , deop-seated on the lungs ,
causing pneumonia , IB that of Mrs.
Gertrude E. Fonnor , Marlon , Ind. , who
was entirely cured by the use of Ono
Mlnuto Cough Cure. She says : "Tho
coughing nnd straining so weakened
mo that I ran down In weight from
148 to 92 pounds. . I tried a number of
remedies to no avail until 1 used Ono
Mlnuto Cough Curo. Four bottles of
this wonderful remedy cured 'mo en
tirely of the cough , strengthened my
lungs and restored mo to my normal
weight , health and strength. " Sold
by Klosau Drug Co.
Brings red blood back to your faded
chocks , restores the flro and vim of
youth. That's what Rocky Mountain
Tea will do. 35 cents In tea or tablet
form. The Klesau Drug Co.
There Is no cough medicine so pop
ular as Foloy's Honey and Tar. It
contains no opiates or poisons and
never falls to cure. Klesau Drug Co.
Do you feel mean , tired , fagged out ,
all rundown , no life ? Why not take
Rocky Mountain Tea ? Makes you
well and keeps you well. The Klesau
Not a Sick Day Since.
"I was taken severely sick with kid
ney trouble. I tried all sorts of med
icines , none of which relieved mo.
Ono day I saw an ad. of your Electric
Bitters and determined to try that
After taking a few doses I felt re
lieved , and soon thereafter was en
tirely cured , and have not seen a
sick day since. Neighbors of mine
have been cured of rheumatism , neu
ralgia , liver and kidney troubles and
general debility. " This Is what B. F.
Bass , of Fremont , N. C. , writes. Only
50c at Asa K. Leonard's' druggist
Nasal Catarrh quickly yields to treat
ment by Ely's Groom itnlm , which is ngrco-
nbly aromatic. It is received through the
nostrils , clonuses nnd hcnls the whole sur-
fnco ever which it diffuses itsolf. Druggists
Bull the COo. eizo ; Trinl fiizo by mail , 10
ccuts. Test it and you uro euro to continue
To nccoiiunodato those who nro partial
to the use of ntouiizors in applying liquids
into the nasnl passages for catarrhnl trou
bles , the proprietors propnro Cream Balm in
liquid form , which will bo known as Ely's
Liquid Cream linlm. Price including the
gprayiiig tube is 75 cents. Druggists or by
mail. The liquid form embodies the mod.
icinal properties of the solid preparation.
A Good Name.
From personal experience I testify
that DoWltt's Llttlo Early Risers are
unequalled ns a liver pill. They are
rightly named because they give
strength and energy and do their
work with ease. W. T. Easton , Boer-
ne , Tex. Thousands of people are us
ing these tiny little pills In preference
to all others because they are BO
pleasant and effectual. They cure bil
iousness , torpid llvor , jaundice , sick
headache , constipation , etc. They do
not purge and weaken , but cleanse
and strengthen. Sold by Klosau Drug
A Policeman's Testimony.
J. N. Patterson , night policeman of
Nashua , Iowa , writes , "Last winter
I had a bad cold on my lungs and
tried at least a half dozen advertised
cough medicines and had treatment
from two physicians without getting
any benefit A friend recommended
Foley's Honey and Tar and two thirds
of a bottle cured me. It consider it
the greatest cough and lung medicine
in the world.
Carelessness la responsible for many
a railroad wreck and the same causes
are making human wrecks of sufferers
from throat and lung troubles. But
since the advent of Dr. Klng.3W-Now
Discovery for consumption , coughs
and colds , oven the worst casea can
bo cured , and hopeless resignation is
no longer n necessity. Mrs. Lois
Cragg of Dorchester , Mass. , is one of
many whoso llfo was saved by Dr.
King's Now Discovery. This great
remedy Is guaranteed for all throat
and lung diseases by Asa K. Leonard ,
druggist. Price 60c nnd $1.00. Trial
A Runaway Bicycle
Terminated with an ugly cut on the
log of J. B. Ornor , Franklin Grove , 111.
It developed a stubborn ulcer , unyield
ing to doctors and remedies for four
years : Then Bucklen's Arnica Salvo
cured. It's just as good for burns ,
In the world. " Klesau Drug Co.
scalds , skin eruptions and piles. 25c
at Asa K. Leonard's drug store.
Cured of Piles After 40 Years.
Mr. C. Haney , of Geneva , O. , had
the piles for 40 years. Doctors and
dollars could do him no lasting good.
Do Witt's Witch Hazel salvo cured him
permanently. Invaluable for cuts ,
burns , bruises , sprains , lacerations ,
eczema , tetter , salt rheum and all
other skin diseases. Look for the
name DoWltt on the package-rail
others are cheap , worthless counter
feits. Sold by Klesau Drug Co.
Some of the most anxious hours of
a mother's life are those when the lit
tle ones of the household have the
croup. There Is no other medicine
so effective in this terrible malady as
Foley's Honey and Tar. It Is a house
hold favorite for throat and lung
troubles , and as It contains no opiates
or other person. It can bo safely
given. Klesau Drug Co.
Doing the Right Thing.
The trouble begins with a tickling
In the throat and a nagging little
cough. Soreness In the chest follows
and the patient wonders if he Is goIng -
Ing to have an all winter cold. Prob
ably , If ho does the wrong thing or
nothing. Certainly not -If ho uses
Perry Davis' Painkiller , the staunch
old remedy that cures a cold in twen
ty-four hours. There Is but one pain
killer , Perry Davis' .
Dr. Weaver's Treatment.
Byrup for the blood ; Cerate for ekln eruptions. Jjj
Doesn't Respect Old Age.
It's shameful when youth falls to \
show proper respect for old age , but
just Is the contrary In the case of Dr.
King's Now Life pills. They cut off
maladies no matter how severe and
Irrespective of old age. Dyspepsia ,
jaundice , fever , constipation all yield
to this perfect pill. 2Rc at Asa K. Leon
ard's drug store.
W. A. Herren of Finch , Ark. , writes ,
"I wish to report that Foloy's Kidney k1
Cure has cured a terrible case of kidney - *
ney and bladder trouble that two doc
tors had given up. " Kiesau Drug Co.
Take ths Re.uilnc , original
ROCriV MOUNTAIN TEA
Mndr only by Mndison Aledl *
cniu Co. , MnJisv/n , WIs. It
keeps you well. Our trade
murk cut on each package.
1'rlcc , 35 cents. Never o4 !
In bulk. Accept no substli
tute Ask your
CLEANSING THE CATARRH
Ely's Cream Balm
Eaty and pleasant to |
use. Contains no In-
It la quickly absorbed.
Olveu Hellcf at once.
It Opens anil Cleanses . _ . .
the Nasal Pagaagei. Pf ) | H l\l ( \ M FA T )
Allays Inflammation.JW 'lIltMl/
Ilcala and Protects the Membrane. Restores the
Bcnies of Taste and Smell. Large 3ze | , 60 centa at
Druggists or by mall ; Trial Size , 10 cents by mall.
ULY 13UOTUKK3,60 Warren Street , New York.
arc the most fatal of all dis
Cm CV'O ' KIDNEY CURE Is I
lULLl d Guaranteed Reaety
or money refunded. Contains
remedies recognized by emi
nent physicians as the oest fet
'Kidney and Bladder troubles *
j PRICK 50c. nd $1.00.
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