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THE IlEE: OMAHA. SATURDAY, AUGUST 14, 1015.
Bj JANK M'LKAN.
A quaint, squat idol, tarred and old.
Cat from a piocs of jade.
With eyes that, looking Inward, hold
Long thoughts that sever fade.
It speaks of dynasties and powers
Now crumbled Into dust;
Of ruined minarets and towers,
Of faded Joy and trust.
Of mummied figures, thickly bound;
Of scents of Araby,
And ancient time forgot, unwound
Abreast a sapphire sea.
Of winds spice-laden, honey-sweet,
Of blistering desert sands;
Of fronded palms and languid heat,
And far Egyptian lands.
Of rugs barbaric hued and soft,
Of silks In gorgeous strips,
Of skies gemmed thick with stars aloft.
Of songs and scarlet lips.
A squat jade idol, quaint and old,
With jewelled eyes aflame,
Hid In an antique shop, unsold.
Dreaming of whence he came.
Head It Here See
By Gouverneur Morris
Charles W. Goddard
byuopsia of Fevlaus Chapters.
John AmesDury Is killed In a railroad
' aocluent, and bis wile, one of America
uiosi beautiful women, dies troia in
Mhock, teavin a s-ywu-oid daugruer. who
Is IM.KBU by ftot. DiuiUer, aauul of tno
. interests, tar into the Adironuachs. where
the is laared in tne seclusion ot a cavern.
Fifteen years inter Tommy itarutay, n
has Just quarreled with us adopted
lamer, waiuisia mio the woods ana. dis
covers the girl, now known as XJeiestia,
; In company with Prof. Stllllter. Tommy
i take the girl to New York, where' sue
? falls Into' the- clutches tof a noted pro
' curess. but is able to - win over' tno
- woman1 by her pecular hypuoUo jmwon
. Here site attracts Freddie the turret,
aho becomes attached to her. At a big
rloLhlnr inriorv. where she goes to work.
. she exercises her power over the girls,
ana saved irom oeing Duroeu 10 uhku
by Tommy. About tills time Stllliter,
Barclay and others who ara .working to
gether, decide It Is time to make use of
Celestia, who has been trained to think
of herself as divine and come from
heaven. The first place they send her is
to Bitumen, a mining town, where the
coal miners are on a strike. Tommy 1ms
gone there, too, and Mrs. Gunadorf. wife
the miners' leader, falls in love with him
' and denounces him to the men when he
spurns her. Celestia saves Tommy from
being lynched, and also settles the s trine
by winning over Kehr, the agent of the
bosses, and Barclay, sr. Mary Black
stone, who Is also In love with Tommy,
tells him the story of Celestia, which she
has discovered through her jealousy.
' Kehr Is named as candidate for president
on a "ticket that has milliter's support,
and Tommy Barrlny la named on the
miners 'ticket. Btllliter profesHes him
self in love with Celestia and wants to
get her for himself. Tommy urges her
to marry him. Mary Blackstone bribes
Ms. Gunsdorf to try to murder Celestia,
while the latter Is on her campaign tour,
traveling on a snow white train. Mrs.
tiunsdorf Is again hypnotized by Celestia
and the murder averted.
Freddie the Ferret had not given
warning for the simple reason that Prof.
SUlleter had not reached the cave by
the trail along which Freddie was cut
ting balsam from the shrubbier trees.
He had come up from a different direc
tion, and entered tho cava by Its other
mouth. He had expected to find Tommy
and Celestia somewhere in Its depths.
' As we know he had found only Tommy.
Having, as he thought disposed of
Tommy, he had now to find Celestia,
who was, as he imagined, somewhere
near the outer entrance to the cave. And
there. Just within it, he found her,
Tommy's coat about her shoulders.
"Come," ho bald.
'The driver told me to wait for him."
"I tell you to come with me. You are
no longer to obey the driver. He Is a
She rose with a kind of reluctance.
"The driver Is a dirty hound." re
peated tha professor. "Say it yourself."
"He Is a dirty hound."
"He Is dead. Say you are glad ,f
"I am glad."
"Tau want to come with me."
"I want to come with you."
"Up he mountain there Is a minister
and witness. We are going to be mar
ried tonight. I have telegraphed the
triumvirate that, your work done, you
have gone back to heaven. Soon you will
be In heaven. Bay that it will be heaven
witb me my bride."
"It will be heaven with you."
Nothing colder or more automatic than
Celestia' voice can be imagined.
She kissed htm. And as to what has
been said of her voice the same may be
said of ber kiss. And at that moment.
It may be aald that Prof. SUUeter earned
whatever fate might befall him.
Grinning like a satyr, his pulses thun
dering with passion, the Beast took
Beauty by the hand and led her to the
mountain side toward a little hut that
was known to him.
At that moment Tommy groping In tha
darkness, hslf 'dead with dread and
anxiety, had not yet found his candle,
but was Just going to too late to be of
But. at that moment also Freddie the
Ferret, coming up the trail, with his
usual luck, perceived Celestia and the
professor in the moonlight.
He dared not shout to Tommy in the
c,i .. He Isld down the great double
armful of balsam boughs on which his
iiiinily was to have rested, and. weigh
ing In ills Uii'ln ed mind the little (.en-
It at the Movies.
knlfo that he carried against his mortal ! Mn""u casues or wasning the hands, at
fear of BtUllter, he drew a deep breath tble both before, and at frequent ln
and followed after them up the moun- tervala during a meal.
tain side, on feet that made no sound. For this purpose many vessels were
In far New Tork, the triumvirate dining kept at hand, and the Imagination of the
at Oordon Barclay's house, received the artificers was allowed full play in the
following telegram, so sure was he of
outwitting Tommy, from the village in
which he had Intended to marry Celes
tia: Wayside. Adlrondacks.
To Oordon Barclay, Esquire: '
Sure now that the cause for which sho
cam to earth will triumph. Celestia the
Goddess has gone back to heaven. We
shall never see her any 'gYnJJCTBR.
Said Serames: 'The blank of a blank
has aJbducted her himself."
Said Sturtevant: "What ths devil does
Oordon Barclay, after thought said:
"Her work la over. We are' going to win.
There is no doubt about that It Is.
better for humanity that she should go.
And yet It Is very horrible to th Ink-to
think what It Is possible to think. I
hope to God that 'It wasn't bungled
that she didn't suffer."
He was silent for a moment. Then,
his voice strengthening:
"The gospel that we have taught her
to preach has more to It than we thought.
Let us speak bluntly. Many years ago
the scheme was convicted by greed and
the lust of power. With the years. these
passions rail in me, j. woum
do good to humanity. Qur scheme the
gospel which we have preached through
Celestia is a weapon with a double edge
a philosophy to use or abuse. If I am
elected president, gentlemen, I ahall do
what I may to to oh. you know what
I mean. I thought I wanted
power. To hell with power! I want to
He shut his mouth on the word Uk a
steel trap and, deeply moved, sent for
his butler, and told him to bring; another
bottle of wine.
Celestia and Btllleter cam to th door
of a little log but
"That," said th psychologlan, "is the
gat to Heaven enter, my angel."
As th beast was about to force her
Into th hut the silence of the night was
broken by a twig crackling sound that
might have been mad by a cautious foot
pressing gently on a very dry twig.
Stllleter faced sharply about, and list
ened. His eyeglasses and his strong white
teeth, the upper Hp being drawn back
with a kind of snarl of apprehension,
gleamed In the moonlight.
(To Be Continued Monday.)
Advice to Lovelorn
By SUniCl ytTBTsX
. She Mast Save Herself.
Ltear Mis Fairfax: I am th worried
mother of a daughter of U. Phe Is pretty
and in love with a man of 24 who Uvea
off the earnings of his father and a
sister. My girl will not allow me to say
one word atsalnst htm. His company Is
of th lowest and he la dragging her to
his level. What shall I do? B.
Your daughter must be made to realise
that she is throwing her life away for
an Infatuation. If this man loved tier
he would rU to her level Instead of
dragging her down. He would protect
ber reputation at any cost. Don't be
shocked Just be her friend eh needs
you, and with mother for her confidante,
I am sure she will be brave enough to
pull her young llf back to Its level of
fineness. A real love waits for her. She
must b worthy when It comes. This
man is only amusing herself, and is
probably laughing at another little "easy
mark." You and an must work this
out together snd win. '
Try M ia Their Caset.
Dear Miss Fairfax: I am 19 and have
known a young man three years my
senior for six months. He has told me he
loves me aitd In every way I can see that
he means It. Lately he asked me t umi ry
him He has mt-t my people, but they
Jon't aeem to like him. : 1 love him
Would you advise me to marry him and
tell them after, a I can't give him uu.
He has good position. THQUBLED.
Tour peotHe may com to Uk this young
man whtn they know htm better. Be a
littl patient. If he ha real worth and
ther la no objection to him that Is worth
your consideration, your family -will
surely give thslr consent to yotir tutu -risge
in time. You are young. Don't do
By GARRETT P. SKRYISH.
Even finger bo I have a history, or
a story of evolution. In that story on
ran read the progress of rood manners
in human society. In the middle ages,
and in much more ancient times, the
precursor of the finger bowl appeared
In the form of a kind of ewer, In
tended for washing ths hands and fin
gers at meals. The forma assumed by
these vessels called "aquamanlllea," or
"aquamanales." were often grotesque.
In ancient days, as Mr. J. Tavernor
ferry reminds us, table knives and
forks were virtually unknown, and the
fingers were employed for handling and
dividing food in a manner that would
not be practiced In modern times, even
at a picnic in Europe, from the
twelfth to the fourteenth centuries, the
custom prevailed at court and In the
fashioning of these vessels. The medieval
lord may well have taken pride in his ool-
Mercenary Marriages are
Few, Despite Cynics
This Young Man
By DOROTHY DEC
A youns man, who avers he Is of a
sentimental nature, "complains bitterly
about what he calls the commercialisa
tion of matrimony. "
"e says SCOrn-
rilll. that In Ihnni
glrl- d Rot
marry for love, an
did, but that they
regard marriage as
a business proposi
tion, and that un
less a man can
offer them a com
fortable living they
will have none of
him. He further al
leges that when a
man asks the mod
ern girl to marry
him she actually
has the nerve to
ask htm what he
makes, and what
hla prospects are.
This the young man considers shock
ing, and ha opines that th reason that
so many men don't marry is because they
cannot find any of the sweet, old-fashioned
maidens who agree with the poet,
that love la enough, and who never ask
for Bradstreet's blessing on their mar
riage. . . , v
I think this matrimonial cynic, like a
good many other cynics, doesn't under
stand the situation at which ha scoffs.
In tho first place, ther were never so
few mercenary marriages mad as are
mad today. The woman of th past had
to marry for a horn and a meal ticket.
Also she had to marry to escape depend
ence and to have any Individual place in
In our grandmother's day th only gain
ful occupations open to women were do
mestic service, factory work, sewing
and teaching. All wer miserably ill-paid,
and so if grandma wanted a decent living
she had to marry It, Also an old maid
was a figure of fun, despised, put upon,
th fringe on some family that didn't
want any appllqued edge of poor female
bo, if grandma desired a home of her
own, and position in society, and to be
admired and respected, she had to marry
an establishment, no matter what sort of
feeling she had about th gentleman who
produced the wherewithal.
The net result of this was that women
shamelessly married, whether they loved
or not, because marriag was th only
open door to a career and livelihood.
Without doubt a thousand women in
the past mad a sordid, mercenary mar
riage, literally sold themselves In mar
riage, where on woman does now. For
th first time in the history of the world
women are free to follow th dictates of
their own hearts In matrimony, bocaus
with all th avenues of gainful occupa
tion that have opened up before th
feminine sex, the modern girt can sup
port herself as well as th average hus
band Is Ilk to do.
Th girl witb a Job can afford to marry
for love, and th anan that she says "yes"
to can rest In perfect satisfaction that b
Is loved for himself alone, and loved
greatly, because the girl of today thinks
a long while before she surrenders her
Individual pocketbook and freedom. The
girl doesn't marry to get somebody to
pay for her hats snd gowns. On the
other hand, she expects to renounce most
of these frivols by marrying, for observa
tion has taught h-r that the woman who
j i urns her own clothes generally has msny
Fingers "Were Forks
"Was the Precursor of tho Modern Finger Bowl.
A Grotesque Specimen.
lection ef such utensils, and he had to
hare a considerable supply on hand, be
cause great numbers of guests were ac
customed to alt down at the feasts given
In his hall
Servants carried arotmd basins to eoh
guest and poured water over his or her
hands from the mouth of some grotesque
figure, like those shown. Then a napkin
was used to dry -ths hands. This opera
tlon was repeated more or less frequneUy
during ths meal, according to the nature
cf ths food consumed. Later on it seems
to have become customary to perform
the preliminary and ths final washing of
the hands at the entrance of the dining
halL There servitors stood with basins,
aquamanllles and napkins.
The aquamanllles. and their predeces
sors, the "gemelllbiia," which were less
convenient 'bowl-like vessels, were made
of brass, bronie or copper, and sometimes
of silver. In the Inventories of the house
hold plate of some of the French rulers
particular specimens of aquamanllles, or
alguieres. are described with considerable
detail. Thus, John II of Bretagne had
"an Siguier of a man sitting on a ser
pent with gilded and enameled wings,"
and another pf a man seated on an
enamelled clock, besides "a square
Siguier supported on th backs of three
young lions." This was in the thirteenth
Thinks that the'First Thing a Girl Does When
Is to Ask How Much "He Makes."
mors of them than the on whose clothes
are given her by her husband.
As for th cynic's caustlo arraignment
of girls who ask their prospective hus
bands what they are making, why should
they not? It Is surely a question of some
Importance to a woman to know what
sort of a partnership she la going Into,
snd what the re sou roes of th firm ara
going to be, and what th prospects for
the future are.
No senslbio man would be fool enough
to put his all into an enterprise without
making a few Inquiries about IL It
wouldn't suffice him to know that ths
gentleman interested in th project with
Mm had soulful eyes, and white teeth,
and broad shoulder, and a taking way.
He would want to know how much th
man made, what energy he had, and
whether he was on of th men with In
itiative who would be sur to get along,
or a slack Individual who would always
Just fa!) short of suoeees.
6urcly, if anywhere on earth good,
hard, practical horse sens is needed It
Is in th selection of a life partner, and
It argues much for domestic happiness In
the futur that girls have begun to try
to find out before marriag whether a
A Fictionless Fable
By ANN IJSLE.
Ther was one a girl who was very
unhappy. Life hsd hurt her cruelly by
showing her ths promised land of love
and happiness and then taking from her
at one th prophet who had led her
there, and the knowledge of how to find
th path and leaving with her th
memory of her on glimpse Into all ths
loveliness that was dented her.
All that she wanted It was Impossible
for th girl to have. And she oould not
bring herself to want any of th thing
that wer within her grasp. Sh could
find no measure of happiness In any
thing that happened to her. When her
great goal of dial was taken from ber,
none of th littl goals of every day mat
tered to her. All ber day wer quiet
and drab. And th girl found no con
tentment In th quiet that followed her
day of lovely melody.
There was a black spot In th girl's
heart And every day sb unlocked th
door of her heart and took out the ugly
black spot and looked at. It, and showed
It to other people. And soon sh began
to feel that in her heart ther was noth
ing but that ugly black spot
Ths girl hated lov and feared it be
cause one lov bad mad her suffer so.
And when other men cam Into th girl's
world and tried to cheer her or sveu
thought of loving her, she sneered snd
sent them away, for she knew how lov
the remembered all sh had suffered
as a dreadful warning against putting
herself In a position wher she could
again suffer so. She deliberately remem
bered all she had suffered.
"Love!" sh laughed. "That la a far
cical nam for th most desplcabls sel
fishness of man."
Moon ther cam a bard look Into her
eyes. It was cupidity coming into he
soul. 6 ho remembered that she was
pretty snd young, snd sh wondered If
she could not ua these thlnMA to buy
herself a little forget fulness. 8o she
made httstlf pretty in a new gown and
century, but much earlier, in th time of
Charlmagne, similar objects wr re
garded as of Import an o In th Inventory
of royal possession
The story of tho clock that th mag
nificent and general Caliph of Bagdag.
Haroun-al-Rashid, he of th "Arabian
Nights," sent as a present to Charle
magne la well known, but It is not widely
known that the CaJiph presented to th
great western emperlor a table-ewer, or
When th aoqaamanllla was of large
sis a sprout was provided with a tap
for drawing off th water. This srrange
ment may be seen In the figure of a
Hon with a snout in Its breast. Usually,
however, th vessels wer not too larg
to be easily managed with on hand,
and occasionally they were so small that
they could only have been employed for
holding some esseno or perfume to be
poured over th hands before and after
With the advent of th knives andi
forks at table and the abandonment of
the use of the fingers for handling food,
aquamanllles disappeared, and the simple
finger-bowl gradually took their place.
man can support a family or not. Instead
of waiting till after marriage to find out
that he can't
In poetry and novels romance Is all that
a young couple needs to start housekeep
ing upon, but In real llf It takes a bank
account, and unless that la forthcoming
tha romance melt away Ilka mist In a
morning sun. Nobody Is sentimental when
he Is hungry, and cold, and shabby. And
when the bMj collector begins pounding
on ths door Cupid heats it out of the
window. It take a full stomach, as well
as a full heort, to Inspire lovemaklng.
These are truism as old as civilisation,
and It doesn't klU romance. It promates
romance to bear them In mind. Of all
disastrous marriage none more quickly
nds In misery and disillusionment than
those which are not supported by an ade
quate financial plank, and It girls have
acquired enough sense to inquire into th
state of a man's pocketbook, as well as
his affections, befor they marry, it's go
ing to do mora than any other on thing
to stop divorce.
If thts Is what ths commercialisation ot
matrimony means, then th commerciali
sation of matrimony meets a long-felt
want. Let's have more ot it
went down Into the city to see whom stie
might sttract to his undoing.
8h roamed into a brightly lighted cafe
and sat walling for what fate might
be going to bring to her. And her heart
was reckless and bitter and almost as !
blsck ss sh thought it
Suddenly she looked serosa to a nearby
table, and thore sat th man for lov of
whom she had shut the sunshine out of i
her lite for two years and her hate for f
whom she was going to admit Into her :
life all the blackness of storm. He was
a young and handsome as shs had re- j
membered. lie was marveloualy groomed i
and as gayly prosperous as If he hsd ;
never hurt a woman almost to her un
doing. And he was smiling into th Infatuated
eyes of another woman. And suddenly
th girl who had missed him from her
life through two long years, found that
she had missed a phsntom of ber Imag
ination not a man.
If shs had ben debarred from being
his wife, the girl knew suddenly that
there wer still millions of things In Ufa
to give her Joy If only she did not forfeit
her right to happiness by being unworthy
of It The girl sensed tbat th man had
not mad her unhappy through two long
years of suffering but that sh had
tended snd nourished unhapplnes ss If
it wer a flower Instead of a weed.
And so she got up and hurried back to
her home. And In her garden a man
was waiting. Kh had known him for
two long years but sh had never seen
"I knew you would com back," said
he. "I wanted you so."
Th girl looked at him gently. "I think
we get what w want I'v wanted to
be unhappy for a long time. I want to
b happy now."
For suddenljy she knew th great
moral: If one has the desire on arrives
where on wish to go. And the prom
ised land is there over th wall of pain
and if on guld falls, another will
Life as a Paying Investment
Ella Wheeler Wilcox Urges All to Follow Her Own
Headlight on tho Path
Iy ELLA WHEELER WILCOX.
Copyright, 115, by tho Star Company.
If one poor burdened toller o'er life's
Who meets us by the way
Goes on less conscious of his galling
Then life. Indeed, does pay.
It some despondent soul to hop Is
That Los always In loss.
Why, then, w too are paid for all the
Of bearing life's hard cross.
In some despondent soul to hop Is
Boms sad lip made to smile.
By any act of ours, or any word.
Then lllo has been worth while.
A brilliant man, occupying a high posi
tion In life, said to a friend: "What does
the game of lire moan, anywayT What is
It for, and does it payT"
The gam ot life means self-development.
taking the rough
stone or marbl
and chipping away
at It until you
bring forth the di
It means weeding
your garden of all
noslou plants and
and making It a
lieautlful spot to
please the eye and
rest the mind. All
statues Slid all
(gardens) may not
be the same. Ws
are not all given
marble, nor are w all permitted to cul
tivate flowers. Some of us must use com
mon stone, or even wood, and we must
cultivate vegetables, inatesd of flowers.
But of that material which la given to
us, w must make th very best use.
mm tobe -iTEras
"Of courso, wo cannot rnontion them' all here, but a
list of a few dozen 'standard articles are given below,
with price. This will suirrrcst tho wido range of tho
Sherman & McConnell Drug Co. (4 Stores) Stock. Did,
you ever fail to find what you asked for at our stores?
Razor, Saturday ... OIC
60o pkg. Glllett "1A
Blades, for OaC
Hires' Root Urer, 25c slse
It mokes B gallon.
Drugs and Toilet Article
t5o Allen's Foot Ease 14
25o Allcock's Porous Plasters, .las
Bromo fielUe.r ...So, 17e, SSo, Ste
Bourjeols Java Rice Powder (gen
S0o Charles Flesh Food 34s
I6o Carters Little Liver Pills.. lis
5o Castorla (genuine) aia
Xfio Cutloura noap 17
60o Carmen Powder fte
00 Canthrox 19
11.00 Cooper Discovery S4g
600 Doan's Kidney pills J4o
SSo DeWltt's Littl Early Risers.
11.00 Duffy's Pur Malt S4o
Fellow's Syrup Ms, 11.14
2 So Holmes' Frost 11 la 17
1 1.25 Oude's Pep to Mangan. . .tll
2Kc lHll's Cascara Quinine. .. .14
Ilorltck's Malted Milk .. SSo, 690
11.00 llyomel, completa 8o
26c Hydros Peroxide Cream... 14o
14 -lb 14s
Hosteller's Bitters S4o
74o Jad Liver Baits 4SO
jr.e Kennedy Lax Cough Syrup.
25a Lyon's Tooth Powder snd Paste
FREE ADILENA WATER SATURDAY
16c BOTTLE ARILKNA WATKR FKKK TO FIRHT 800 CUS
TOM KKN AT OUK STOHF.S SATURDAY.
will give any
woman the beauty
which it more at
tractive than regu
lar features; the
beauty of a fair,
and healthy skin.
7i Ssd Cwwjsssss
Sherman & McConnell Drug Co.
4 Big Rex&ll Drug Stores
All Good Ones Prominent Locations
That Is all the Creator demands of us.
and He demands It of all of us.
Thore Is no Injustice In th fact that
some are given marble and some are
iven wood; that some must spend
their days among vegetables snd some
When we begin thin life we receive ex
actly that wht 'h we have earned in other
Incarnations. It depends entirely upon
ourselves what us we make ot th ma
terials given us.
Instead of looking with envy snd
Jealousy at our neighbors who have bet
tor materials than we on which to toll,
we should utilise every hour ot our lives
In making th best use of our own ma
terial. Just as each railroad train has
Its own track, so each mortal Is given
his own life path, or, rather, hs has se
lected his own life path, by his deeds In
the past, even though he may have for
gotten those deed
Imagine the chaos and confusion which
would come If one train tried to leave
us u st-ft ami juiuy v.rr uin in hi in (Kn
ottier, because that one led into pless
anter scenery. Keep to your own track,
follow your own headlight, and you will
eventually reach the station where you
Life pay" when we can look hack
across each year snd feel that ws have
mad some progress in th development
Llf "pays" when ws realise that w
have ' tried honestly snd unselfishly to
help some one. No matter If we have
failed In that effort, snd th on for
whom It was made has not appreciated
our art, the fact that w have tried
When w stop trying to be helpful w
stop growing. When w want any re
ward for our efforts at helpfulness, even
a reward of gratitude, we may b sure
they are not wholly unselfish Instincts
which guided ua
To do good for good's sake that is the
only right ambition.
Watch our Saturday Cigar
sales you will save money
by doing so. Trices below for
Saturday, August 14:
10c Chancellors, each... .Ro
15o Garcia, clear Havana. 3
10c Cubanoids, 4 for,..2fta
10c La Marc a, straight. ...Ho
Llsterlne ISO, ISo, ate, as
I5o Laxative Bromo Qulnins. . .10
(Oo La lllach Powder (4 shades),
(Oo Lea's Rhubarb Laxative. . .S4o
Mellln'a Food ,.380, S40
(uo MaJvlna Cream BSe
2 So Massatta Talcum 18a
26a Mennen's Talcum (4 shades),
Mentholatum 14o, 84
2&o Mistletoe Cream .14
6 0o' Papa's Dlapepsln ao
26o Packer's Tar fSoap ...14
tl.00 PlnkhanVa Compound ... S4o
fOc Pebeco Tooth Paste S4
11.00 Pierce's Favorite RX....S4
25o Pond's Vanishing Cream... 14
11.00 Plnaud's Ltlac Vegetal. ..ao
60c Possoni Powder S44
Rogers Uallet Hlc Powder.. 17
Hsl llepatlra IS, 840, SSO
(Oo Byruo of Figs 84o
$1.00 B. 8. 8 ..,..84
DOo 8 em pre Olovln SSO
60c Bcott'a Emulsion . , .84
H mart's ryapepala Tablets. . ,S4o
26c Hani Flush ,,....170
2&c Tlx, for tender feet 14
11 JS Tona Vita 88
26o 4711 Whit Boss Soap. .....ISO
23o Woodbury's Facial 8np...l7
11.00 Win of Cardul 6 So
tOo Williams' Pink Pills. ..... .34
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