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muscat from one of his men and I
drop out or let the
turned and ran a little way back.
What he would have dene will nev
• • voucan
«Y JOEL CHANDLER HARRIS.
er b.- known, for before he could
raise his gun a streak of fire shot
forth into his face, and he fell and )
The latter went down, dragging relied to the side of the road. An
The H eraid knows of two bay
Lovejoy after him. There was a instant later Danny Lemmons
horses one branded on left
*hort, sharp struggle, a heavy
C. V. They made their
thump or two, and then, l»efore the hie smoking rifle.
on the range where they ;
conpinv realized what had hap-
“You see ’im now!” he cried.
p-oie I, Dinnv Lemmons rose to “You see what he was after! He’d now are the first of July; both horses
A Cure for the Ailments cf Man and Bea t
ilia feet laughing, leaving Lovejoy lietter have gone over the moun nt that time were shod and had hal
iving on the floor, more securely tain. Lord, yes! lots better.”
A long-tested pain reliever.
about that time can receive a full i
iiouud than ever. •
Its use is almost universal by the Housewife, the Fanner, the
Moseley looked at Chadwick.
descriptioii and particulars bv writ
Stock Raiser, and by every one requiring an effective
"I reckon the fork ’ll hate to be
“Damn him!” said the latter; ing or calling at this office and pay
washed.” said Danny, lifting the .‘he’s got what he’s been a huntin’
No other application compares with it in efficacy.
formidable-looking weapon from for.”
This well-known remedy has stood the test of years, almost
Dealìie-.»» Can't !»<• Cured
By this time the little squad of
There was more excitement after militiamen.demoralized bv the in
No medicine chest is complete without a bottle of M ustang
•the struggle was over than there cident. had fled down the moun by local applications, as they can- j
L iniment .
Occasions arise for its use almost every day.
had been or could have been while tain. and Moseley ami his couipnn not reach the diseased portion of the !
All druggists and dealers have it.
it was going on. Chadwick insist ion hurried after them.
ear. Th -re is only one way to cure
ed ou examining Danny Lemmons’
deafness, ami that is bv constitu-
For sale bv 11 M. Horion.
fTHE END ]
Douai remedits. lh-afness caused '
“I’ve saw folks cut an’ slashed
by an inflamed condition of the
mi’ stonbed l»ef»»re now,” lu ex
mucous lining <>f the EjUaehiiin <
plained. ‘ an they didn’t know they
Tube. W hen this tule gets i i-
The favorable impression pm
was hurt tell they had done cooled
i flumed you haw a rumbling sound
duct'd on the first appearance of the
oft. Thev ain’t no holes here an’
j or imperfect hearing, and when it
i IV2 METHODS,^
agreeable liquid fruit remedy Svrup
they ain’t no blood, hut I could I
is entirely closed.Deafness is the re
i i of Figs a few vears ago has been
most take a right pine-blank oi
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sult. and unless the inflammation
•that I seed ’im job that fork in more than confirmed by the pleas i can be taken out and this tube re
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ant experience of all who have used
stored again. hearing will be
it. and the success of the proprie
destroyed f»»r»-wr; nine eases out of OEVELWEn, or discs-.a
"Tut. tut!” said Colonel Watson.
the scorn of their
tors and manufacturers, the Calif. ten nre cans» <1 I• v catarrh, which is organs, who oro su Jcr-
fellowj and the con-
“D » Voll s’pose I raised _ Dnnnv
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tempt of friends and
companions, leads usto
Fig Syrup Company.
nothing but an mllmned c »ndition
Lvo.lnolis to. the likes of ttVt?”
rCR A LIMITED TIME FRU
j of the mucous surfaces.
"Well.” said Chadwick’ iesum-|‘
W’e will give One Hundred I)o|
It they ca:
.jug Ins s.-at and his dinner with u.i-
lars for any »-».Scot Deafness (caused
method ana l .
licrc U, tica.
1 bv catarrh) that we cannot cure by
ruifLd nerves, temper and app-tite,
taking Hall’s Catarrh Cure. Semi
"it oeaia the known worl’. it’s the 1 i
ZkD » OC,.”«
I- j E j -A. Za
fi r circulars, free.
• • •
fust time 1 ever seed a man git
«r:ST IN THE WORLD.
E .1. C heney & Co., Toledo, O
It. nItrin«qnnUtles«ieunBurPM»ed actual'
down on the tl< or tor to give the in
• r j bvz'»® of any other brand. I
jf^F“Fi»r sale at the City Drug
»usandq of t’.-.o Won C-: 3 L. " • V. U< I to oi.r flOhS
WMSNÎ.r > ' ''■ fl ~ 1111 ’ Uû^-7?.r'l
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turn an’ the undercut, an’ cut the j
asénicd, pbsti-a i. I fiti. 1-'- ft 1 -r.au.( tit
FOUFALE RY DEALERS OENERALL Y. t
llcmeml^r.nor □< ebH:tb’»mrtho<
pigeon-wing an’ the dou de shuffle, i
cncotbat'vu csrr.h . hl i v o •
SUCCESS* EEi- / ■? <
m 3.» C
il A? At i.
oil oetore a cat could hat her eve.
It looks to me that as peart a maul
as Lemmons there ought to be in I
Comparative Worth Illustrated,
"Ain’t he in the war?” cried Col
onel Watson, excitedly. “Ain’t he by PROF. PETER COLLIER, late chemist in chief or the
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE, WASHINGTON, D. C.
my Lully bushwhacker?”
"G ii what ride?” inquired Chad DR. PRICE
Pure Cream Tartar.
AL ................. .*..
« TV Contains
"Th»- Union, the Union! ’
claim« d 1 he <-oloi.i I, his voice
) RIVALED....* ★ -
Alum and Ammonia.
jug into a scream.
’s 1 Spoon* *..
"Well,” said Chadwick, “ef you ; I ylor
Alum and Aiatuon.a.
think you can take the taste out’ll .'MONARCH.........w *..
Alum and Ammonia.
this barbecue with talk like that,
SNOW BALL....* *..
you are mighty much mistnkeii.”
Alum and Ammonia,
After the wedding feast wan owl, !
Contains Alum. L.
Lanny Lemimma seized on his fid I CAZ.ÜMET.
die and made mustc fine enough
and lively enough to ret lhe nim 1 3 * EL Contains
ble feet of the mountaineers to TAHNALL’S....... * *.|
Alum and Ammonia. I
d mcing. So that, take it all in all,
...... ......... *
the Christmas of the conscript was I
Zàum pnd Ammonia.
as jolly as he could have expected I C~fAED’S * *_
Alain and Ar-- .>n.o
it to be.
Winn the festivitie-i were con lo : i BON
cluded there was a consultation he
ror.rsT city ..**..
tween Colonel Watson and Danny
A'.uni and Ammonia.
Lemmons, and then Captain M t »se CHICAGO YEAST **
Alum and Ammonia.
lev and his men were told that
Ihev were free to go.
Alum and Ammons.
"What about Lovejoy?” asked
Alum and Ammon.a.
"Oh. bless you I he goes over the DODSON * ITTL'l - • *
Alum and Àmtuoaù,
mountain,” exclaimed Danny, with
eras drawn and verified in all its «letailr., bv Prof Peter
a grin. “h»rd, yesl Right over CoZicr, v.’.io ij pri-cminer.t as a Chemist, ami Scientist. The
made in accordance v.n'.b his chemical tests of each brand enumerated.
The Carbonic aciil gas was calculated to get the leavening strength and
"Now, I say no,” said Polly, the quantative analysis to ascertain the comparative whole someness, purity,
and general usefulness of the leading Powders. The result cf Prof. Collier's
blushing. . "Turn the man loose I ' examination end trst, reveals the fact, that, with but one exception, every
brand tested contained either Ammonia or Aluni, and a number both.
let him go.”
Not one woman in ten thousand would use an Ammonia or Alum Raking
There were protests from some of Powder if she knew it Such Powders not only undenmue the health, but
the mountaineers, but Polly finally ammonia
n r allow
N ote . imparts
Powder, as shown . by Prof. Collier's
had her way. Lovejoy was uo-1 examinations, is the only pure Crexm Tartar Powder found free from adulter
and the highest in strength. All authorities report Dr. Price s free from
bound and permitted to go with ation
Ammonia, Alum, Lime, or any other adulterant The purity of this ideal
the others, who were escorted a
Powder lias never
I\nrJcr containing either Ammonia or Alum
piece of the way down the moun-
* s ladlcatMlb: PawJer eonumin- b-X » Ammonia and Alum.
tain by Spurlock and some of the
While the diagram shows some of these Ammonia or Alum Powders
be of higher strength than other-, classed below them, it must not be taken
others. When the mountaineers to
that they possess any value All Ammonia or Alum powders should be
started buck, and before they had avoided as dangerour, no matter how high their strc-ngt.i.
Jot out of sight, Lovejoy seized a
A Conscript’s Christmas.
Testing the Baking Powders.
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