J—|— I earn«-—I was pn.t— Our Happv Clieml»-’ have not had no i.uting this rummer. If we might tik-’thein to the ‘I’ineh’ on Thursday—such an obligation a de-d of charity—ihbt'* what I I A (Committee Of One. From The Family Story Pape- CHAPTER If. Her John Smith whs the man in the world to h* r c i me to auk ” She had had st ice » rmugh AJ for ihe gentleman, he seemed to "wear her heart upon h< r d as much confused as she. for daws li» p- • k at,' to dr--s • Mr dear madam." be stammer. and preserve her good looks, <d, yon might have known that I she had never Le»n happy. should be delighted if you and biie was one of the women n ho vour—vour ‘Happy Cherub’» give allei liuti its right value in life, would honor my grounds anv day ” AT THE t I arid there was now tn*one id the Then, with a “Thank ypu, Mr. world to love and caress her. Sti Smith,” Fredriaa fled. was, she said to berm If, '’an - old - In the elevator she turned so maid <>f thirty.” Youth was over faint that the attendant n»ked her even if she had i.nl faded very I JAMES R. WAITE, if she would have a glass of water. much, and she carried this though' It is first clans in every respect. The proprietor having • reu raim I And she arrived in the committee with her up the eleva’or to the in the business knowsjuBt how to conduct it. Meat at retail ■¡nd whole room as pale as death, to announce Dr. JtUee Medirat Co., Ilkhart, Ind. I You will remember the condition I»«-' In flvS d<».r of the office. at which she tinsi •ale prices You can buy by the quarter, less or more, und ai price.- I that Mr. Smith had given hi« con I Bet'f.I’orli,Mutton, bauragv I Thoughtthere' wm h ? HrLr Iv rapped with the bandi- of hei *s low as you would have to pay ranchers 1 ■sent. And. oh. in her own room at ■. ■ 1 tried »11 kludi of medicine», »nd »corM A XI atthes x r-ru.,’- . Proprietor.- letor ' pbyxici»ii. »Xnerve»werepm»trMJ>d. pretty sun umbri Ik. •tc. K. A. M bi me—if a boarding-house is ever “Comein.” cried a voice; and home to a woman—how she wept! er— DR. MILES’ NERVINE she pushed the door open and »-nter For this John Smith was her John •nd In three month» 1 wo rrnrkerLV cumcj . In mv trsvebeach year, w hen I x-e iheibou»un<u eri Smith, and she had once more seen of physical wrecks, suffering from nervous pro»- . . L — tration. taking procriptlons from “Well, you’ve been a deuce of a and spoken to him. LI l.*c»l ptysiciaui whohavenoknowl- n A C edge <,f their cue. and whose death time g. ttibg here,” said a gentle • And he .¡id not know me,” she Is certain, I feel like going to them and saying, » kep’ saying to herself. “Oh! he man who sat at a desk, and was mSrrJMi* becomingly slr-ut and rather bald. did not know me ’’ arekomanysu CU R E> D ,fffelrcn overwork.men All night long she kept turning lion end nervous exhaustion, brought on by tha ‘The next time—” Cbaructer of the business engaged in, I would about upon her pillow. Here he wheeled about up >n hi* "How stout he h is grown,’’ she said at one moment. Then: “And «* »'winKiuro for all suffering from these cause* chair and shook his finger violent J amzb R. W aits » Disease commonly comes on with slight all his pretty curls” Again: "But ly at Miss Fred ica. I Sold on a Positive Guanmter. symptoms, which when neglected increase Then, blushing seal let, sprung t< he lias such an air of elegance—so O r . MILES* PILLS.50 Do«EB25Cr« improved.” Then •‘he would cry in extent and gradually grow dangerous. liis feet. i little more. Ah, she was so If $•■ SUFFES FROM REAMCHE, DYS- “I teg vour pardon, ma'am! miserable! TtPRIA er UUNSESTION, . . . TAKE RIPANS TABULES he cied ‘I fancied th it it wo Thursday vatne. The “Happy V yw wa MLI00R.00«STIFATE0.orlMN UY** COMPLAINT..................................... TAKE RIPANS TABULES I my -trice hov who entered . ! an (-li-rubs’’ were awakened before II jew COMPLEXION 1$ (ALLOW, or you ••ally mortified beyond expression .bvlk'ht, and gotten on board ot SUFFER DISTRESS AFTER EATING. TAKE RIPANS TABULES Captain Copper's'»oaf at the proper pn»v take a seat ” turnr Provision basket« were For OFFENSIVE BREATH and ALL DISOR And he nfleed hei >i chair, in’ Disced in order; two or three young TABULES DERS OF THE STOMACH, ... 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