The Columbus journal. (Columbus, Neb.) 1874-1911, August 11, 1909, Image 7

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Tlic story opens with the shipwreck of
Hie steamer on which Miss Gencviexe
l"li an American hcIn-M, Lord Win
liirope. an Englishman, and Tom Blake,
a lirusque American, wore passnrcrs.
Tile thre- were tossed upon an uninhab
ited island and were the only ones not
drowned. Blake recovered from a drunk
en stupor. Blake, shunned on the boat.
J"tus:e of his roiisrhne&s, lecame a hero
ik preserver of the helpless pair. The
I'nslishman was suinK lor the hand of
Miss Is-IIe. Blake started to swim back
In the ship to recover what was left.
Blake returned safely. Wlnthropc wasted
his last match on a cigarette, for which
he was scored by Blake. Their first meal
vas a deal fish. The trio started a ten.
mile hike for higher land. Thirst at
tack i Ihem. Blake was compelled 10
arry Miss Ieslie on account of weari
:.:. He taunted "Winthrope. They en
iew the junffle. That night was passed
t costing high in a tree. The next morn
!s they descended to the open again.
All three constructed hats to shield tliem-j-ehejs
from the sun. They then feasted
! tocoanuts. the only procurable food.
Miss Iealie showed a liking for Blake,
but detested his rouKluiess, Led by Blake
iiey established a home in some cliffs.
TUaUe found a fresh water rpiing. Miss
1-hlie faced an unpleasant situation.
CHAPTER VIII. Continued.
Thej'll be dry in a day or two.
Say. Winthrope, you might fetch some
of those stones size of a ball. I used
to be a fancy pitcher when I was a
l.!d, and we might scare up a rabbit or
T play cricket myself. But these
slot's "
' JJelter'n a gun, when yon haven't
;rpi the gun. Conic on. We'll go in a
bunch, after all, in case I need stones."
With due consideration for Win
"t hi ope's "ankle not for Winthrope
Mlakc set so slow a pace that the half-
."'.! .' '!: censurse' e-er half an
l.ctn. Rul his smouldering irritation
v..i toon quenched when they drew
lien- the green thicket at the foot of
t';; cMt. In the almost deathlike
siilUiWo of mid-afternoon, the sound
of trickling water came to their ears,
clear and musical.
"A spring!" shouted Rlake. "I
pu?ssod right Look at those green
" plants and grass; there's the channel
where "it runs out in the sand and
.:ks up."
The others followed him eagerly as
ho pushed in among the trees. They
naw no running water, for the tiny
rill that trickled down the ledges was
matted over with vines. Rut at the
foot of the slope lay a pool, tome ten
ards across, and overshadowed by the
tun minding trees. There was no
underbrush, and the ground was
trampled bare as a floor.
"Ry Joe," said Winthrope: "see the
tracks! There must have been a drove
of sheep about."
"Doer, you mean," replied Rlake.
bending to examine the deeier prints
at the edge of the pool. "These ain't
sheep tracks. A lot of them are
"Could jou not uncover the brook?"
asked Miss Leslie. "If animals have
been drinking here, one would prefer
elesner water."
"Sure." assented Rlake. "If you're
game for a climb, and can wait a few
minutes, we'll get it out of the spring
itpelf. We've got to go up anyway, to
get at our poultry yard!"
"Here's a place that looks like a
path." called Winthrope, who had cir
cled about the edge of the pool to the
farther side.
Blake ran around beside him and
Ftared at the tunnel-like passage which
wound up the limestone ledges be
neath the overarching thickets.
"Odd place, is it not?" observed
Winthrope. "Looks like a fox run,
only larger, you know."
"Too low for deer, though and
their hoofs would have cut up the
moss and ferns more. Let's get a
close look."
As he spoke, Blake scooped and
climbed a few yards up the trail to an
overhanging ledge, four or five feet
high. Where the trail ran up over
this break in the slope the stone was
bare of all vegetation. Blake laid his
club on the top of the ledge, and was
about to vault after it, when, directly
beneath his nose, he saw the print of
a gre?.t catlike paw, outlined in dried
mud. At the same instant a deep
growl came rumbling down the "fox
run." Without waiting for a fcecond
warning. Blske drew his club to him.
jtnd crept back down the trail. His
stealthy movements and furtive back
ward glancis filled his companions
.with vague terror. He himself was
hardly less alarmed.
"Get out of the trees into the open!"
he exclaimed In a hoarse whisper, and
as they-creptaway.-white'-with'dread
of the unknown danger, he followed at
their heels, looking backward, his club
raised in readiness to strike.
Once clear of the trees, Winthrope
caught Miss Leslie by the hand and
broke Into a run. In their terror they
paid no heed to Blake's command to
s'.op. They had darted off so Unex
pectedly .that he did not overtake them
short of 100 yards.
"Hold on!" he said, gripping Win
rhrope roughly by the shoulder. "It's
sife enough here, and you'll knock out
that blamed ankle."
"What is it? What did you see?"
gasped Miss Leslie.
"Footprint." mumbled Blake, ashamed
of his fright.
"A lion's?" cried Winthrope.
"Sou so large 'bout the size of a
puma's. Must be a leopard's den up
there. I heard a growl, and thought it
about time to clear out."
"Ry Jove, we'd better withdraw
around the point!"
"Withdraw your aunty! There's no
leopard going to tackle us out here in
ojien ground this time of day. The
t-neaking tomcat! If only I had a
match. I'd show him how we smoke
rat holes."
"Mr. Winthrope spoke of rubbing
sticks to make fire," suggested Miss
"Make sweat, you mean. .Rut we
may as well try it now, if .we're going
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, ' ir Crept Back Down the Trail. 1 "1 1
to at all The sun's hot enough to fry
eggs. We'll go back to a shady place
and pick up sticks on the way."
Though there was shade under the
cliff within some 600 feet, they had
to go some distance to the nearest dry
wood a dead thornbush. Here they
gathered a quantity of branches, even
Miss Leslie volunteering to carry a
All was thrown down in a heap near
the cliff, and Rlake squatted beside it,
penknife in hand. Having selected the
dryest of the larger sticks, he bored a
hole in one side and dropped in a
pinch of powdered bark. Laying the
stick in the full glare of the sun, he
thrust a twig into the hole and began
to twirl it between his palms. This
movement he kept up for several min
utes; but whether he was unable to
twirl the twig fast enough or whether
the right kind of wood or tinder was
lacking all his efforts failed to pro
duce a spark.
Unwilling to accept the failure,
Winthrope insisted upon trying in
turn, and pride held him to the task
until he was drenched with sweat.
The result was the same.
"Told you so," jeered Blake from
where he lay in the shade. "We'd
stand more chance cracking stones to
gether." "Rut what shall we do now?" asked
Miss Leslie. "I am becoming very
tired of cocoanuts, and there seems to
be nothing else around here. Indeed.
I think this is all such a waste of
time. If we had walked straight along
the shore this morning we might have
reached a town."
"We might. Miss Jenny, and then,
again, we mightn't. I happened to
overhaul the captain's chart Quili
mane, Mozambique that's all for hun
dreds of miles. Towns on this coast
are about as thick as hen's-teeth."
"How .about native villages?" de
manded Winthrope.
"Oh. yes; maybe I'm fool enough to
go into a wild nigger town without
a gun. Maybe I didn't talk with fel
lows down on the Rand."
"But what shall we do?" repeated
Miss Leslie, with a little frightened
catch in her voice. She was at last
beginning to realize what this rude
break in her sheltered, pampered life
might mean. "What shall we do? It's
it's absurd to think of having to
stay in this horrid country for weeks
or perhaps .months unless some ship
comes for us!"
"Look here. Miss Leslie," answered
Blake, sharply yet not unkindly; 'sup
pose you just sit back and use your
thinker a bit. If you're your daddy's
daughter, you've got brains some
where' down under the boarding-school
"What do you mean, sir?"
"Now, n't get huffy, please! It's
a question of think, not of putting on
airs. Here we arc, worse off than the
people of the stone age. They had
fire and flint axes; we've got nothing
but our think tanks, and as to lions
and leopards and that sort of thing,
it strikes me we've got about as many
on hand as they had."
"Then you and Mr. Winthrope
should immediately arm yourselves."
"How? But we'll leave that till
later. What else?"
The girl gazed at the surrounding
objects, her forehead wrinkled in the
effort at concentration. "We must
have water. Think how we suffered
yesterday! Then there is shelter from
wild beasts, and food, and "
"All right here under our hands, if
we had fire. Understand?"
' "I understand about the water. You
would frighten the leopard away with
the fire; and if it would do that, it
would also keep away the other ani-
mals at night. But as for food, unless
we return for cocoanu's "'
"Don't give it up! Keep your think
er going on the side, while Pat tells
us our next move. Now that he's got
the fire sticks out of his head "
"I say. Blake, I wish you would
drop that name. It is no harder to say
"You're off, there," rejoined Blake.
"But look here, I'll make it Win, if
ou figure out what we ought to do
"Really, Wake, that would not be
half bad. They er they called me
Win at Harrow."
'.That so? Mj Englisn cnum went
to Harrow Jimmy Scarbridge."
"Lord James! your chum?"
"He started in like you, sort of top
lofty. But he chummed all right aft
er I took out a lot of his British starch
with a good walloping."
"Oh, really now, Blake, you can't
expect any one with brains to believe
that, you know!"
"No; I don't know, you know, and
I don't know if you've got any brains,
you know. Here's your chance to show
us. What's our next move?"
"Really, now, I have had no experi
ence in this sort of thing don't in
terrupt, please! It seems to me that
our first concern is shelter for the
night. If we should return to your
tree nest, we should also be near the
cocoa palms."
"That's one side. Here's the other.
Bar to wade across sharks and alli
gators; then swampy ground ma
laria, mosquitoes, thorn jungle. Guess
the hands of both of you are still
sore enough, by their look."
"It only I had a pot of cold cream!"
sighe'd Miss Leslie.
"If only I had a hunk of jerked
beef!" echoed Blake.
"I say, why couldn't we chance it
for the night around on the seaward
face of the cliff?" asked Winthrope.
"I noticed a place where the ledges
overhang almost a cave. Do you
think it probable that any wild beast
would venture so close to the sea?"
"Can't say. Didn't see any tracks;
so we'll chance it for to-night. Next?"
"By morning I believe my ankle will
be in such shape that I could go back
for the string of cocoanuts which we
dropped on the beach."
Still Retained His Belief
Magistrate Clearly Had No High Opin
ift of Supreme Cart.
Col. Blank, a police magistrate of
Toronto, has a local reputation for dis
pensing justice in his equity mill with
no especial regard for the intricacies
of the law. The colonel is highly re
spected in the community. Every man
gets equal and exact justice in his
court. Sometimes the lawyers appeal
from his decisions, claiming they are
not based on the law as it stands on
the books. The defense in a case of
some moment appealed once, and kept
on appealing until the court of last re
sort was reached.
The colonel came into his office one
morning and was met by a legal
"Good morning, colonel," said the
friend, "I must congratulate your lord
ship this n'orning."
"What is the provocation?"
"Haven't yon seen the morning pa
pers? The supreme court has con
firmed your judgment in the case of
"Well," the colonel replied as he
drew off his gloves, "I still believe I'm
X O jtS& Ca-eaawF jS si'
"I'll go myself, to-day, else we'll
have 'bo supper. Now we're getting
down L to bedrock. If those nuts have
not been washed away by the tide,
we're fixed for to-night; and for two
meals, such as they are. But what
next? Even the rain pools will be
dried up by another day or so."
"Are not sea-birds good to eat?" in
quired Miss Leslie.
"Then, if only we could climb the
;cliff might there not be another
"No; I've looked at both sides.
What's more, that spotted tomcat has
got a monopoly on our water supply.
The river may be fresh at low tide;
but we've got nothing to boil water
in, and such bayou stuff is just con
centrated malaria."
"Then we must find water else
where," responded Miss Leslie
"Might we not succeed if we went on
to the other ridfe?"
"Tha"t's ..the ticket. You've got a
headpiece, Miss Jenny! It's too late
to start now. But first thing to-mor
row I'll take a run down that way,
while you two lay around camp and
see if you can twist some sort of fish
line out of cocoanut fiber. By braid
ing your hair. Miss Jenny, yotf cac
spare us your hair-pins for hooks "
"But, Mr. Blake, I'm afraid I'd
rather you'd take us with you. With
that dreadful creatu;c so near "
"Well, I don't know. Let's see youi
"Miss Leslie glanced at him. and
thrust a slender foot from beneath hei
"Um-m stocking torn; but those
slippers are tougher than I thought
Most of the way will be good walking
along the beach. We'll leave the fish
ing to Pat er beg pardon Win!
With his ankle"
"By Jove. Blake, I'll chance tht
ankle. Don't leave me behind. )
give you my word, you'll not have tc
lug me."
"Oh, of course, Mr. Winthrope must
gc with us!"
'"Fraid to go alone, eh?" demanded
Blake, frowning.
His tone startled and offended her;
yet all he saw was a politely quizzica'
lifting of her brows.
"Why should I be afraid, Mr
Blake?" she asked.
Rlake stared at her moodily. But
when she met his gaze with a confid
ing smile, he flushed and. looked away
"All right," he muttered; "we'l;
move camp together. But don't ex
pect me to pack his ludship, if wt
draw a. blank and have to trek back
without food or water."
The Leopards' Den.
HILE Blake made a success
ful trip for the abandonee
cocoanuts, his companion!
leveled the stones beneath the ledge
chosen by Winthrope, and gatherec
enough dried sea-weed along the talut
to soften the hard beds.
Soothed by the monotonous wash oi
the sea among the rocks, even Mis:
Leslie slept well. Blake, who had in
sisted that she should retain his coat
was wakened by the chilliness pre
ceding the dawn. Five minutes latei
they started on their journey.
The starlight glimmered on the
waves and shed a faint radiance ovei
the rocks. This and their knowledge
ef the way enabled them to pick
path along the foot of the cliff without
difficulty. Once on the beach, the
swung along at a smart gait, invigor
'ated by the cool air.
Dawn found them half way to theii
goal. Blake called a halt when the
first red streaks shot up the eastert
sky. All stood waiting until the quick
ly following sun sprang forth from tbt
sea. Blake's first act was to glanct
from one headland to the other, esti
mating their relative distances. Hit
grunt of satisfaction was lost in Win
throne's exclamation: "By Jove, kxl
at the cattle!"
Skating, is believed lo'have been in
vented In'northern Europe in prehie
tofic times. William FitrStephet
speaks of it in London toward the end
of the twelfth century; but It did not
really catch hold until the Cavallen
who had been in exile with Charles II
brought it with them from Holland. Os
December I. 1C62, .Mr. Pepys. having
occasion to cross the park, "first in m
life, it being a great frost, did see peo
pie sliding with their skates, which if
a very pretty art." On the 8th he went
purposely to see the sight and again
found it "very pretty."
Disappearing Home Life.
The flat dweller ought not to keep a
,dog, prefers not to keep a cat, cannot
have a garden, has no chance of keep
ing house, has no possible place for
memories and, most emphatically ol
all, has no use or accommodation for
babies. Although it may be possible
to make homes without kittens, 01
babies, or flowers, or memories, or
cupboards, the spirit.of home is brd
to woo and win without any of them
Fortnightly, Review.
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tA '..-'T'.'jlfcv;
She Two men whom I refused to
marry, sir, have become millionaires!
He Is that the reason why?
Only Cure for Consumption.
-With -the present rapid growth of
the anti-tuberculosis movement -the
number of so-called "cures" for con
sumption is being Increased almost
daily. Hundreds of quack "doctors,"
"professors" and "institutes" are ad
vertising that they can cure consump
tion for small amounts, with the re
sult that thousands of dupes are year
ly cheated out of their lives as well
as their money. Besides these, "cures"
and medicines of all sorts, numbering
now several hundred, are sold for the
deception of the public.
The National Association for the
Study and Prevention of Tuberculosis
brands all these institutes, doctors,
professors and cures as frauds and de
ceptions. The only cure for consump
tion is fresh air. rest and wholesome
Pleasant for Mr. Bennett.
William S. Bennett, a representa
tive fromJSew York city. -went to ad
dress a political meeting in bis dis
trict one night, when he was much
younger than he is now.
"The chairman," said Bennett, "was
a very literal person. He looked at
the gallery, where one woman was sit
ting, and said: 'Lady and gentlemen,
this is a most momentous campaign.
There are grave issues to be dis
cussed. Later we will hear from our
best speakers, but, for the present, we
will listen to Mr. Bennett.' "
Died in Good Company.
A clergyman, who was not averse
to an occasional glass, hired an Irish
man to clean out his cellar. The Irish
man began his work. He brought
forth.a4ot of-empty whisky bottles,
and as be lifted each one looked
through It at the mm. The preacher,
who was walking on the lawn, saw
Mm and said: "They are all dead
ones, Pat." "They are?" said Pat.
"Well, there Is one good thing about
it they all had the minister with
them when they were dying." Tld
The Right Foundation of Health.
Proper food is the foundation of
health.. People can eat improper food
'for a time until" there is a sudden col
lapse of the digestive organs, then all
kinds of trouble follows.
The proper way out of the difficulty
is to shift to the pure, scientific food,
Grape-Nuts, for it rebuilds from the
foundation up. A New Hampshire
woman says:
"Last sunnier I wassuddenly.takert
with indigestion and severe stomach
trouble and could not eat food with
out great pain, my stomach was so
sore I could hardly move about. This
kept up until I was so miserable life
was not worth living.
"Then a friend finally, after much
argument. Induced me to quit' my for
mer diet and tryGrape-Nuta.
"Although I had but IfttUe faith I
commenced, to use 1L 'and great was
my surprise to find that I could eat
It without the usual pain and distress
in my stomach.
"So I kept on using Grape-Nuts and
soon a marked Improvement was
shown, for my stomach was perform
ing its regular work in a normal way
without pain or distress.
"Very soon the yellow coating disap
peared from my tongue, the dull,
heavy feeling in my head disappeared,
and my mind felt light and clear; the
languid, tired feeling left, and alto
gether I felt as if I had been rebuilt.
Strength and weight came back rapid
ly and I went back to my work with
renewed ambition.
"To-day I am a new woman in mind
as well as body, and I owe it all to
this natural food, .Grape-Nuts.
"There's a Reason."
Look in pkgs. for the famous little
book, "The Road to Wellville.
Ever ra the ater letter? A mew
me appeara from flaw to tlaw. They
trae, u fall mt Iiumb
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Graham Crackers at their Best
There are no better Grahams than "Sunshines"
. none half so good.
Sunshine Grahams are made of the .best whole
wheat graham flour, at the "Sunshine" bakeries
the finest in- the world.
The ovens are of white tile and are on the top
floor sunshine and pure air all around them.
Sunshine Grahams
Like an Earthquake.
Former High Sheriff Chesterfield C.
Middlebrooks, whose bungalow at
Highland lake stands partly over the
lake on stone and cement foundations,
was awakened at four o'clock the
other morning by loud noises which
he says shook his bungalow like an
earth tremor.
He says that after the household
bad been shaken out of a sound sleep,
he. not waiting to dress, went outside
to ascertain the cause of the noise.
He found, he says, that a monster
frog bad its bed directly under the
bungalow. The frog weighed fully
six pounds, he says, and every time it
croaked the bungalow cracked and
Mr. Middlebrooks bought an anchor,
strong rope and enough red flannel
to bait 100 hooks, and will try to save
his property by capturing tbe bull
frog. WInsted (Conn.) dispatch to
New York World.
Almost Any Mother.
The mother of a large family fell
ill and died and the attending phy
sician reported that she died of star--.ation.
It was incredible, but he
proved it: The Woman had to get the
dinner and then spend the next two
hours in waiting on the family and
getting the children to the table. It
was never on record that she got all
of them there at thesame time and,
they came "straggling in all the way
from potatoes to pie. By the time
she had wiped the last face, her own
hunger had left her and she had no
desire to eat. Chickens, the doctor
said, come running at feed time, but
children don't. A hen has a better
chance to eat than a mother. Atchi
son Globe.
Laundry work at home would be
much more satisfactory if the right
Starch were used. In order to get the
desired stiffness, it is usually neces
sary to use so much starch that the
beauty and fineness of the fabric is
hidden behind a paste of varying
thickness, which not only destroys the
appearance, but also affects tbe wear
ing quality of the goods. This trou
ble can be entirely overcome by using
Defiance Starch, as It can be applied
much more thinly because of its great
er strength than other makes.
A Trying Time.
Judge Why did you strike this
Prisoner What would you do,
judge, if you kept a grocery store
and a man came in and asked if he
could take a moving picture of your
cheese? Harper's Weekly.
llMTHflll tfk llllll
Examine carefully every bottle of
CASTORIA a safe and sure remedy for
infants and children, and see that It
Bears the
SuTfoature of t
""" w w
la Use For Over 30 Tears.
The Kind Ton Have Always Bought
Reprehensible to Allow It.
Husband (reading from his paper)
Here, they say, is a comet coming
towards the earth, traveling at the
rate of a million miles a minute.
Wife (awaking from a doze) Why
don't they enforce the speed laws
la tha bm.. afrat and rami remedy for cramp. ;
colic and diarrhea. Asallnimebt forwoccdaaDd !
SBralaaillsuneqtsaiieo. aewwaac.
Occasionally women try to reform
a nan by roasting him.
Mva. Wlwatow Bolhlas: Syres.
earasvtadaoUu. aseafcettia.
A malicious truth .may do more
BanD'than an innocent He.
Lewi' Sinale'Binder straight 5c-MaByj
smoker jnefer them to 10c cigars. j
An easy beginning doesnt always
Justify the finish.
CCC nxiftGCIBB. Writ tasaj. Orncrinacrs. prices,
inU. farms, rancor, colonization tract a. Bay treat
ewnen.Sixe ct-annlt.s.ons. IavtarGals,r.aaaB,f es.
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Jop SENILES Biscuit Co.
W. N. U., OMAHA. NO. 33-1909.
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mat can ne Tnrnim-m mr trx price i wonv
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