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r.,i...udvour riBH DflANO
Itti thttl rncr hr.ro had
iH Blrt mt to much com-
mp, order for anelhir one.
i & tfci hardest storro with Towor s
Kxf cl Oiled Clothing an d Hals.
ffircrd World's Fair, 1901.
CfHTEE 13 BACK OF THIS
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VISITING OLD SOUTH.
I Mltr nulldlnir In Amrrlcr Ilia
L... l Mora Tlirllllnir Kvatlta.
Iiilcrtboy of 12 or 13 yenra, vtnlt-
:lBoton for the first time, win
Kd that bistorlcnl building ho
iU like to rlalt first, aud ho ro
Tt OM South Mcctlng-housc. I
i to iee placet In which tlioro hna
Eiometblnj; doing Id tlio past
m things In tho Old South
J, home, both before nnd during
lEeiolstlon. didn't they?"
fri they dull No building In
ki has been tho scene of more
K!t ercnti than hag this nuclcnt
W till hoy, who wn eager to ico
Old South Mcotlnir house because
pHthit It stands for, been In Bos-
tie 20th (1st of la.t Atirll tin
ptUregone Into tho time-honored
la comnanv with htm.
nf other boys, and n groat mnny
hocme from all parts of tho
r to be present at the "Children'
" la the "Old South." Thin Is a
tyulj event In Boston. It la it
of what Is calltvl t!ni niii ,.,.
Fjkh Is a Kood work, hnvlng
i-or purposo the bringing of
I Waf people 0f Boston and Amer
L aa Intimate knowledge of
ft Aanrlcan ilfnr
F IMi 2uth
paiectlng-house was packed with
r-" w irora the public schoola,
VIS Wllllnra "Inckatone, tho
pWtltrin the pltv r .
Mtraof boys ni,d Rirs from
K . a 100ls pIaycd I,at
. , ' Old South
K V'T"? n.nd 8B when
ku ,rof n,ulKton Visited
P" 10 Yon .., i.. ......
lb . ir8 If Wnshlngton
t '"-lndcpcndence.-St. Nlch-
ifei?1 ,ul u-
P Bliiill. - - "
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Uhtrl quui!r wo of
Ifi-'fe 2.?" Wmlf. n.l
llSMl SM n,,d fu, 1.
r, , j - - -. iioore.
hllil"" dUc0T8l that .
DnHirer of Mi1Im(
DaTld Delasco was talking about stage
"It may go too far," he said, "It U
"A atago manngor," he said, "once
had a aubordluate with realistic Ideas.
The manager was producing a play con
talnlug n snowtorn and the subordinate
had chnrgo of tho snow.
'"Confound youl' said the manager,
at tho end of the anowatorm scene.
'What on earth did you menji by mak
ing tho anow out of brown paper?'
" 'Ain't the sccuo laid In London?' ask
ed the other,
" 'Yen, but what of that?
" 'Well, tlmt'a the color of London
mow.' "Philadelphia Bullotln.
Mother trill find Utn, winilow's Boothtnr
Byrup the bnut rarnedy touie for tholr children
during tbo teething period.
No Cuimo (or Alnrm,
"I sco there nro n couplo of oil mag
nates In the audience," imld the minister
to tho doorkeeper at tho lecture; "give
thorn hack their money. I won't have
any tainted money 1"
"You needn't worry," replied the door
keeper; "they both came In on free
riTQ Pe rmnntly Cured. WoflUornrToonM
f 10 fiernmtUy,guurr.Klln,ilrfiitN()rT
JtenUirer, HmkI for KrrsH'J trial bottln and ihiiil
Ur.Jt.ll.Klln,I.tJ.,Mj ArchHL. MllMrtpwK
Ether wan first used la surgical opera
tions In 1S10.
This Is one reason why Aycr's
Cherry Pectoral Is so valua
ble In consumption. It stops
the wear and tear of useless
coughing. But It does more
It controls the Inflammation,
quiets the fever, soothes, and
heals. Sold for 60 years.
" Arer'i Chmr 1'ectorM Iim len h rejjnUr
Wn pre-errer to rn. It hrniinht ino throueh
ifl-oro atlnck of .neiimonl. .ml I fnel
lht I owo inf llfi) to Hi woii'Ierful cnrntWe
iroptrUM." William II. Tnuirr, Ww,
VU& br J. O. Ajtr Co., Lowell, Mm .
Alto manuf43tareri of
, Haston rocovory by kooplng the
ibowols rocular with Ayor's Pills.
h a strong point, with
Hood's Sarsaparilla. A
bottle lasts longer and does
more good than any other.
It is the only medicine of
which can truly he said
1 00 DOSES ONE DOLLAR
Bacon I sco the Baron h.is two oil
palutlugM In one of his rooms.
Kgbcrt They arc his ancestors, I sup
pose. "But In another one close by there
are hundreds of pictures."
"Yea, no doubt they are his creditors."
IlnrU lo Clilcntro,
Dearborn And did you shake tho
dust from your feet when you left New
Wabash Well, I don't know that I
shook It from my feet exactly, but I
know I got rid of all the dust I had, all
Pick oror ono dozen large oysters,
Htrnln tho liquor nnd measure It; there
ehould be n hnlf n cupful. Add this to
tho oyatcra with one tnblesnoonful of
Halt, two tnblcupoorifuls of butter, ono
hnlf of a tnblespoonful of tomato
ketchup, and two tnblcspoonfuls of
chopped green or red peppers. Turn
Into n flat dish nnd cook In n hot oven
until tho edges of the oysters curl,
then pour over buttered toast
Tho Race Question
Is a problem that has puzzled (he
profoundest minds for many years.
Tho beet thing for tbo human race , to
do is to eat Pillabury's VHoa for break-fast.
Tho opinion Is making much headway
In Germany that children ahould not be
obliged to atudy out of school.
For forty year's l'lso's Cure for Con
sumption lias cured coughs and colds. At
druggists. Price 25 cents.
In the churchyard of Grimston, Nor
folk, an anvil may be seen nt tho head
of tho grave of a local blacksmith.
P. N. U.
WUJZii vrrltlnif to nilrcrtlsurs xloaso
niontluu this pnper.
THE WHOLE LOT
If r doa't hoed prerenllon, wo will need cure. The Old-Monk-Cure
St. Jacobs Oil
Is ready (or ill forms of muscular aches or pains, from
STIFF NECK SPRAIN
IT CHUBS ALIKB THB WHOLE LOT.
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OR. W. A. WISC
18 YEARS HERE
And dotndntr.l work !t tl ttmr thul U
Oib r oord ol Dr. W. A. Wlw. In our
Uhtulmxnl are txirrt dminti wlm ere
comp-trtit to iwrlorm tli mutt tmporlunt
ileiital if ratimin. No ma'lrr I In imtura
ofttit! wuik, tlitre Ua mun litre to do It.
WISE BROS., DENTISTS
VIU II. A. BTUHDKVANT, HpwJlalUt on
Clilldrvn'i Tertli aud ltrsulatliic.
rllln illdtc Third mid WimIimik'oh Hn,
S a. in. to p. m. Hutidaya V to 12. .M u 5Ji)
Work Das en WctLir acd Monlilr ParctsU
dr. r."p. wise.
How to Exercise the
Your Intestines are llnid inside with
millions of little- suckers, that draw tho
Nutrition out of food as It passes them.
But, If tho food passes too slowly. It
decays before It gets throuch. Then tho
little suckers draw Poison from It Instead
This Poison makes a Gas that Injures
your system more than the food should
have nourished It.
You see, tho food Is Nourishment or
Poison, Just according to how long it stays
They do not waste any precious fluid of
the Bowels, as Cathartics do.
They do not relax tbs Intestines by
greasing them Inside like Castor Oil or
They simply stimulate the Bowel
Muscles to do their work naturally, com
fortably, and nutritiously.
And, the Exercise these Bowel Muscles
aro thus forced to take, makes them
stronger for tho future, Just as Exerclso
makes your arm stronger.
Tho usual remedy for
this delayed passage (called
Constipation) Is to take a
big dose of Castor Oil.
This merely mako slippery the passage
for unloading tho current cargo.
It does! not help tho"Cau5o of delay a
It does, slacken the Bowel-Musoles moro
than evr, and thus weakens them for
their next task.
Another remedy Is to tako a strong
Catharfk llko Salts, Calomel. Jalap, Phos
pKatc of Sodium, Aperient Water, or any
of these, mixed.
What does thoCathartlo do?
It merely flushes-out tho Bowels with a
wasto of DIgestlvo Juice, set flowing Into
tho Intestines through tho tiny suckers.
But, ,tho DIgestlvo Julco wo waste In
doing this today, is needed (or tomorrow's
natural! Digestion, Wo cannot afford to
Thaf's why Cascarcts aro tho onljr safe
modlotna for the bowels.
Cascarets aro as safe to
uso constantly as they aro
pleasant to take.
They aro purposely put up llko candy,
so you must eat them slowly and let hem
go down gradually with the saliva, which
Is In Itself, a fine, natural DIgestlvo.
They aro put up purposely In thin, flat,
round-cornerod Enamel boxes, so they
can bo carried In a man's vest pocket, or
In a woman's purse, all the time, without
bulk or trouble.
Prlco lOo a box at all druggists.
Bo very careful to get tho genuine,
mado only by tho Sterling Remedy Com
pany and never sold In bulk. Every tablet
or FREE TO OUR. FRIENDS!
,.t. o end to our friends a beautiful
Grt-eaanTeTHt In colors. It Is a beauty for ths
8"tlnr table. Ten cents In stamps Uaikedai
measure of pood faith and to cover cos ut Cascarets.
" tt wWchUTiBty trlaVM Is loaded. m
Send t-day, Bienllonlnj this paper.
StwuBK XMMdy Company, Chlcaio or Hew York.
The bannna nnd potato tire nlmost
Identical In chemical comiiositiou.
Docapltato n snail nnd jiut the body
In n cool, moist place, nnd u new head
There nre no undertakers In Japan.
When n person dies his nearest rela
tives put hint Into ti eollin nnd bury
hlm. The mourning docs not begin
until after burial.
Tho postal departments say Chicago
Is often nnd horribly misspelled by
foreigners. It Is said thnt the word
hup been spelled In 189 different ways.
Here are some of the most puzzling:
'lzuzo, Jnpngo, Ilipalio, Jngiga, Schcc
eliacho, Illzago, Chachicbo and Shl
uahbzdo. Mrs. Wltte hns been consistently
snubbed by the imperial family, nnd
tho question nrlses whether, now that
her husband has been rnnde u count,
they will let her Into that society. Tho
present empress has been the worst of
tho whole lot. Tills is not because of
Mrs. Wltte's humble birth, but her He
One of tho features that attract most
attention In traveling through the Aus
tralian colonics Is tho number of
(churches which arc everywhere to bo
found. Every little township or village
has three or four edifices devoted to
I worship; In fact one Victorian hamlet
achieved, notoriety by being the pos
sessor of five churches and no public
A part of Thomas Palne's brain,
which Moncurc D. Conwny bought as
a relic nt n London auction soma
years ago, was placed recently in tho
old Pnine tomb nt New Itocliello, N.
Y., where n new monument in Paine's
memory hns been constructed. The
story of the wanderings of Thorans
Palne's body, after death, is becoming
Schuyler Van Ness, of an old Long
Island Dutch family, was brought Into
Long Island city police court the other
day as a vagrant, having been arrest
ed for begging on a ferry boat He
was once a wealthy turfman, and
owned Morello, the stallion that won
the Futurity In 1892. The magistrate
compassionated the broken old man
and let him go.
Fish caught on the coasts of France
and Italy nre now transported nllve by
rail to Germany nnd Itussia for the
market The living fish nre placed in
covered nquaria, or cisterns, running
on small wheels, and stored In wagons
for tho purpose. Tho water of the cis
terns Is renewed continually by means
of a motor pump and a system of pipes
is connected with them.
Ilinnnn hairs are not as might be
supposed, perfectly cylindrical, but aro
more or less flattened In one direction.
The most cylindrical hair Is most in
clined to grow straight, while hnlr that
Is much flattened has a tendency to
curl; and the flatter the hair the great
er this tendency. This Is the main
cause of curly hair; but the readiness
with which hair absorbs moisture' also
The Zurich people nre nt present
training n number of collie dogs to run
down and catch law-breakers. Bar
racks at Selnau, near Zurich, have
been Bet apart for the "education" of
tho animals. By means of dummies tho
dogs are taught to bring down a man
nnd pin him to the ground without
biting hlm. They also learn to Jump
over walls and to follow a man into
tho water and prevent him from
drowning. The education of a dog is
completed In six months.
Four years ago William Rockefeller,
the Standard Oil magnate, began nn
action at law against an old army vet
eran named Lamore for trespass on
the magnificent Rockefeller estate at
Mnlone, N. Y. The jury returned a
verdict In favor of Mr. Rockefeller and
awarded him eighteen cents damages.
Lamoro's attorneys appealed the case.
It has taken a dozen turns, but is still
In the courts. Rockefeller Is trying to
get his eighteen cents and Lamore Is
trying to keep from raying It
The Chinese eat Indiscriminately al
most every living creuture which
comes in their way; dogs, cats, hawks,
owls, eagles nnd storks are Tegular
marketable commodities, In default of
which u dish of rats, field mice or
snakes Is not objected to. Cockroaches
ami other insects and reptiles are used
for food or medicine. Their taste for
dog's llcsli Is quite n fashion. Young
pups plump, succulent and tender
fetch good prices at tho market stalls,
where a supply Is nlways to be found.
A dish of puppies, prepared by a skill
ful cook, Is esteemed as a dish lit for
tho gods. At every grand banquet it
makes its nppeaninco us a hash or
Tho GnulolB of Paris has been In
vestigating that grave question, "Why
do men wear mustaches V About ono
hundred men answered the question.
Six replied that it was too much trou
bio to slmvo, ono declared that It was
to hide his teeth, another that his loug
uoso without it gave him a bad ap
pearance, and threo that It avoided
coldB. Threo others maintained that
It Improved tho air they breathed, and
Bovon woro of the oplulon that n mus
tache was necessary to health. Seven
teen men wore content to stato that
they did It to plenso themselves, whllo
only two said It was to plenso their
wives. About sixty gnvo tho reason
that women did not llko cleau-shuven
Why toll your troubles to a lawyer?
That Is tho way ho makes hlu living.
to ?. tunnrti-rfttl raiuind nnwflrr of tJif!
fj Wave Circle. Thousands of women are
bringing greater health and better food
into their homes by using K C Baking
Powder. Costs just one-third what you
always pay. If you have never used it
you don't know what you've missed.
Don't waitl All grocers.
ounces for 25 cents
JAQUES MFG. CO.
The rtltlo" Book of Presents"
free upon request.
SALE OF GOODS.
Stato Law Provides Protection
Portland The Portland Association
of Credit Men, one of the state's oldest
and strongest commercial bodies, has
taken up the matter of purchasing goods
witbout the buyer knowing whether or
not there is any indebtedness against
the same. A law on the statute books
of Oregon, coveting this question, fol
lows: SALE OF GOOD3 IN BULK.
It shall be the duty of any person
who shall purchase any stock of goods
in bulk, for cash or credit, to demand
and receive from the vendor, at least
five days before the consummation of
such purchase, and at least five days
before paying or delivering to the ven
dor, any part of the purchase price, a
written statement under oath, contain
ing the names and addresses cf all of
the creditors of eaid vendor, with the
amount of indebtedness due and owing,
or to become due or owing to each of
such creditors, and if there be no such
creditors, a written statement under
oath to that effect; and it shall be the
duty of such vendor to furnish such
statement at least five dnys before such
sale. After receiving said written state
ment, tho vendee shall at least five
days before the consummation of such
purchase, and at least five days before
paying any part of tho purchase price,
in good faith notify personally or by
wire or by registered letter, each of the
creditors of the vendor named in said
statement, of the proposed purchase by
him of such stock of goods; and when
ever any person shall purchase any
stock of goods in bulk, witbout having
first demanded and received from his
1 vendor, the statement herein provided
for, and without having also notified
all of the creditors of tho vendor named
: in such statement, such purchase, sale
or transfer shall, as to any and all
creditors of the vendor, be conclusively
presumed fraudulent and void. Any
I vendor of a stock of goods in bulk, who
shall knowingly and wilfully make or
deliver, or cause to be made or deliver-
' ed, any false statement, or shall fail to
I include the names of all of bia creditors
in any such statement, shall bo deemed
guilty of perjury. Any sale or transfer
! of a stock of goods, wares or merchan
dise out of tho usual or ordinary course
of tho business or trade of the vendor,
or whenever thereby substantially the
entire business or trade theretofore con
ducted bv the vendor shall be sold 01
conveyed or attempted to be sold or
conveyed, shall bo deemid a sale or
transfer in bulk, in contemplation ol
this act; provided, that nothing con
tained in this act shall apply to salea
by executors, administrators, receivers,
or any public officer acting under judi
The size of the lion's share depends
upon the size of the lion.
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
The Russian zemstvos, or country ad
ministrative bodies, Btipply agricultural
implements to peasants on credit
We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward tot
any case of Catarrh that caunot he cured by
Hail's Catarrh (Jure.
F. J. CIIENKY & CO., Props., Toledo, O.
We, tho undersigned, have known F. J.
Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe hlia
perfectly honorable In all business transac
tions and financially able to carry out any ob
ligations made by their lirra.
West & Tboax. Wholesale Uruggists.Toledo, O.
Waldino, Kinnah 5c Mabvis, Wholesale Drug
gists, Toledo, O.
Hall's Caiarrh Cure Is taken Internally, act
ing directly upon the blood and mucous sur
faces of the system. Price 75c. per bottle.
Bold by all Druggists. Testimonials tree.
11 all's Family Pills are tho best.
liniment Ilia Only Capital.
The clothing of n sailor is practically
his complete outfit for work, and with
out tills he is unable to Join his vessel
properly equjpped for duty.
Because of this fact Congress pass
ed a law providing a penalty for re
fusing to give up the clothes of a sea
man whenever he demands them. This
law was not as effective as it should
have been, and a new law baa been
passed recently which provides, that a
person who shall keep any seaman's
clothing, when demanded, shall bo
deemed guilty of a misdemeanor, and
shall be Imprisoned not more than six
months or lined not more than $500, or
A seaman, not a deserter, In any part
of the United States has a right to de
mand his clothes at any time, and 1C
he does not receive them he can call
upon any United States district attor
ney, who will secure them for hlm and!
Inflict a penalty upon the person de
A small boy's idea of greatness Is to
be able to lick another boy a size larger.
CAN NOT BE RUBBED AWAY
When the joints are sore and swollen, and the muscles throbbing with the
pain of Rheumatism, relitf must be had at once, and it is natural to rub the
affected parts with liniments, oils, etc. This treatment does good in a way,
by temporarily relieving the pain and reducing the inflammation, but has no
effect on the disease itself, because Rheumatism is more than skin deep ; it
is in the blood and cannot be rubbed away. Rheumatism is brought on by
indigestion, weak kidneys, poor bowel action, stomach troubles and a gen
eral sluggish condition of the system The refuse and waste matters, which)
snoum oe earned on tnrougn me nat
ural avenues of bodily waste, are
left to sour and form uric acid and
other irritating poisons which are ab
sorbed by the blood, making it thin,
weak and acrid. Then instead of
nourishing the differentnerves, mus
cles, joints aud tissues it fills them
tvith poison to produce the aches,
pains and other disagreeable symp
toms of the disease. Rheumatism
is usually worse in Winter for the
reason that cold and dampness are
exciting causes. The nerves become
excited and sting with pain, the mus
cles are sore and drawn, the joints
swollen and stiff and the sufferer
lives in intense agony ; and if the
disease is not checked it often leaves
its victims helpless cripples for life.
Rheumatism cannot be rubbed away
but it can be driven from the blood
by S. S. S. Being a perfect blood
purifier this great remedy soon
While at work for tho P. O. &P. Ti. E.
In the swampy region, I contracted
Rheumatism and was completely help,
less for about four months ana spent
over $150.00 with doators, but sot worsa
every day, and finally quit them and be-.
BanS. 8. d. 1 took a few bottles audi
was cured sound and -wall. Tfi. ialtbi
Is now splendid, and I welsh 175
pounds. There is a lady living- near mo
who is now taklnsr S. S. S. for acuta
not turn herself in bed, but since beginning-
your medicine about three weeks
ago has improved rapidly, and is now
able to sit up. I can recommend S. S. S
tqall suffering; fromltheumutiiim.
TJlab., N. O. S. O. XiASSlTEB.
I was severely troubled with Sheuma
tism. I had it in my kneos, legs and
ankles, and any one who has ever bad
llhoumatism knows how exoruoiatlnd
the pain is and how it interferes with)
one at work. I was truly in bad shapot
bavins been bothered with it for ten,
years, off and on. A local physician ad
vised mo to use S. S. S. I did so. After
taking- two bottles X noticed the sore
ness and pain were greatly reduced. X
continued tho medicine and was thor
oughly cured; all pain, aoroness and In.
flainination gono. I recommend S. S. 3
to all Shoumatlo BufTerors.
J. I. AONEW,
803 33. Greenbrier St. Mt. Vernon, O.
duces a complete change in the en
tire circulation ; the thin, acrid blood is made cure nnd rich, and as it coea
through the body nourishes and soothes the irritated nerves, eases the throb
bing muscles, and dissolves and carries)
out of the system the irritating particles
In the joints which are keeping up the
pain and inflammation. S. S. S. cures)
Rheumatism permanently, nnd in add.,
tion tones up the digestion and stlraut
PIIRPIV VPRPTARIP lates tlie different members of the body
runCL. Y ItatlttDUt, to tlleIr fu duty so there is nocauss
tor another attack. Do not waste time trying to rub Rheumatism away, but
get it out of the blood with p. S. S. so that the cold and dampness of Wintex
will not keep you in continual pain and agony. Special book oh Rheuma
tism and any medical advice will be given free.
TH SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.M ATLAHTAi C
through the body nourishes and soc