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It is* first class in every respect. The proprietor having been raised
in the business knows just how to conduct it. Meat at retail and whole
You can buy by the quarter, less or more, and at prices
•s low 38 you would have to pay ranchers
K. A. M atthes , Proprietor.
MMES n. WAITE.
Miair-r «f Waite’« Cels’ /«ted Comedy Co,
Premium Band and Orchestra.
J>r. Niles N’dlral Co., Elkhart, Ind.
You will remcmlier the condition I was lr. flvO
yon-i eg'', when J wui alttictcd with a combina
tion of disca-es. and thought there was so hxlf
roe ter 1 tried all kinds of medicines, and score«
of eminent phyiieiai.». My nerves w ere prostrated,
producing aizzine », heart trouble «nd all the ills
that make life misetuble. 1 commenced to tabs
DR. MILES' NERVINE,
and In three months | ... rrnrsCTtv cusf.
In mv travelkeach year, w hen I u the tlioUM.ndl
of physical wrecks, suffering from norvous pros-
_ _ _
trution, taking prescription» from
I LJ fl
] .cal physicians who have no know 1-
edge of their case, und whose death
Is certain, I feel like going to them anc. saying,
••Gtr DR M iles - N ervine ano oe cured .-• In
me so many su Cl I I
Ij fferers from
lion and nervous exhaustion, brought ru by the
character of the business engaged in, 1 would
Disease commonly comes on with slight
symptoms, which when neglected increase
in extent and gradually grow dangerous.
If you SUFFER FROM HEADACHE, DYS-
> EPSLA or INDIGESTION. .
If you are BILIOUS, CONSTIPATED, or hava
LI »ER COMPLAINT....................................
If your COMPLEXION IS SALLOW, or you
SUFFER DISTRESS AFTER EATING,
For OFFENSIVE BREATH and ALL DlSOft
DERS OF THE STOMACH. .
Ripans Tabules Rcguizte the System . and Preserve -if.-
take the plare of
anrl should b*' kept for
vac in. every family. • a
U Vsure'curo for all suffering from these caused
J ames K. W axtil
Sold on a Positive Guárante«*.
DR. MILES’ PILLS.50 Dosts 25 G T?
Carats. Trade-marks, Design Patents Copyrights
And al’ Paient business comlu.-T-d for
EASY TO TAKE, QUICK TO ACT.
SAVE MANY A DOCTOR'S BILL.
Information and »ulv
♦ ♦ Sold by Druggists or sent bv mail on receipt of price.
Bux(0 vials), .5 cents.
Package <« boxes). $!’.
For Free Sample« address
THE RIPANS CHEMICAL CO-
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10 SPRUr.E STREET,
- \ < n to Inventor« wltUow
I die and beat the btuteoff with his
ridmg-whip, and then doffed his
?roin Pc. p e’s Home Jovinul.
i hat; and, with a gleam in his eyes,
“1 hope I have not frightened
When vnung Trevor first saw her,
Tancred is an ill-trained
j she was standing ankle deep in the you.
Shall 1 hold him under the
t pool below the Raw-mill, both
hands full of water lilies, her hat i water for punishment?”
Roxie colored hot as fire, though
swinging on her neck, her hair
needn’t have been ashamed of
b>o.-e, her bare, white feet shining
in Hie water, and the westering sun her feet, for they were as white as
pouring all oyer her a fiood of hot snow and dimpled like a baby’s.
"Certainly not,” she answered.
"You are sure you are not harm
Plympton folks used to say after
| ward that she knew the squire was
out riding that afternoon, and so
Then he begged for one of her
struck an altitude there in the mill
and went on slowly down the
brook to be seen by him.
But I never believed it. The road, and waited bv the bridge till
meeting was accidental enough. she came along, properly shod, and
Roxie wouldn’t have taken off her with her hat tied decorously over
shoes and stockings, and gone wad her lovelv hair; and the end of it
mg after lilies, if sne’d once thought was the squire threw his bridle
of meeting Philip Trevor. No; over his arm and walked home
she’d have put on her Sunday best, with her.
There wasn’t such a thriftiest
and all the finery she could muster,
ami curled her chestnut hair, and family in all the town as the
tied it with her prettieet ribbon; Blakes; they were way down at the
for. though she was nobody but old bottom of Plympton’s social ladder
Joe Blake’s daughter, stie had as —hadn’t a bit of calculation, or
much pride and vanity as any lady what New England folks call facul
ty, about them.
th .t ever stepped
They lived from hand to mout»
He came tiding along by the
an old, tumble-down house that
brook—did Trevor—with his dogs
at his heels, his blooded horse shin- hadn’t known any form of repairs
ling like satin, a soft whistle on his for the last fifty vears. Joe. Blake
i lips, his lazy gray eyes glancing worked tn the saw-mill. I never
I curiously about the half forgotton thought he was over bright, but
old place, [for, though he was born maybe he did as wall as he could
in Plympton, he hadn’t lived there with the wife he had—a lazy, ship-
since his father’s death, years and shod creature, who wouldn’t wash
her dishes from sunrise to sunset.
TO BE CONTINUED.
At sight of Roxie the dogs began
to I ark, and one of them splashed
into the water and leaped up on
Dr. Price’s Cream Baking Powder
her. Trevor sprang out of his sad World’s Fair Highest Medal and Diploma.
PRESS CLAIMS CO.,
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ELOfcET COEAGE ar.il HARNESS
Il:ivo sold to consumers for 151 years,
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saving them tlio dealer's profit. V.'o are t‘.:o
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with crlvilcro to examine before any morcy is
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Ko. 7S1, Surrey.
Road \\ iigcn.
T' ? «lucreqq of tb «< Great Cough Cure la
w .iiout a parallel in the history of medicine.
druggists are authorized to sell it on a pos
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