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till On« Commission
CHINESE OF PEKIN
"flocs your artist friend have many
'tna may call It ecsema, teller or milk
“I believe he had one last year,
SOLDIER WRITES OF THEIR LIFE
But no matter what you call It. Ihla akin Ilia father-in-law asked him to paint
disease which cornea In patebea that burn, the barn.”
in ti. discharge a watery matter, dry and
scale, owes Ila existence to the presence of
humors In th« ay stem.
It will eonttewa to exist, annoy, and per
haps agonise, aa long aa these humors
It Is always radically and permanently
StKctuful Mind Rtading.
Th«» Are ladeetrloea. Werkiea Herd
foe Little Pay-Laub Tóela for Lal-
"Reynolds,” said the oldest mem
her of the firm, “how do you »1*11
tlvatlaa the Load —Police of the City
aad Their Ckaractrrlatlca.
"W-h-i-c-h,” responded the other.
“That's what I thought,” rejoined
Th« subjoined extracts from a pri
the older memlier. covertly scratch- vate letter from George L. DeFurest ot
which expels all humors, and la positively
ing a “t” out -of the word he had thia city, w ho is a member of Company
unequalled for all cutaneous eruptions.
B lu the Ninth ltegiuieut, will be read
A Satisfactory Score.
Still Mor« Counl«rr«lllng.
"So you would like to peck In this
The Secret Service has unearthed Another
"You never seem to give even a
band of counterfeiters ami secured a large sacred city and see what my surround
thought of your ancestors.”
quantity of bogus bills. » hich are so clever ing» are? 1 think lu oue of my former
"Oh, yes, 1 do; I often rejoice that, ly executed that the average |H*rson would letter» I gave a short description of the
within public recollection, none of never suspect them ol being spurious. city of I'eklu, and i>erhapa a little gos
Things of great value are always select«!
them ever got hanged.”
for imitation, notably Hostetter' Stomach sip In regard to the people who inhabit
Bitters, which has man/ imitators but no it may be acceptable, lu the first place,
equals for dtsoders like Indigestion, dys
pepsia. constipation nervousness and gen the rich A'hluks' wear costly silks,
eral debility. Always go to reliable drug while the poor ones are glad to wear
gists who have the reputation of giving cottou.
Numerically lu this city the
Thia signature ia oo every fox ot th. g.nuin. w hat you ask for.
pro|»ortlou of rich to pour la aliout ouo
Laxative Bromo-Quinine Tabieu
111 a thousand, so you cau see that cot
Nscrsutiu Coma First ia Texas.
tee remedy that earee a ewld la «me stay
ton Is king »0 far as the jiuor are con
On account of a scarcity of bricks cerned. aud I am told that, although
Too Much Criticism.
in a Texas town the congregation of the soil la very productive, there is
•*.< hear your husband is ill, Mrs. the local church allowed their new hardly enough cotton raised to supply
edifice to remain unfinished while a
the demand. This Is due, In great
saloon was being erected.
measure, to the lack of tools lu culti
“Nothing serious or critical, I
vating it and poorer machinery for cur
ing when harvested, as everything here
I should say he were, L<XBtir< Bromo-Quinine Tablets cur» a cold in is done by hand.
<Uy. .No cur*. No Pay. PricolftcenU
He ain't satisfied with nothin” he
"The Chinese are the most Industri
A Straight Tip.
ous people I ever saw. especially the
These latter are never Idle.
Gentleman (caressing a pretty lit- women.
I tie girl)—You little beauty! You They are great gossips, but do not neg
"Mandy,” said Farmer Corntossel, ! shall be my wife when you are grown lect their work on that account, and It
"I guess it would lie just as well not up. Will you?
Is a common thing to see them chat
to nay no much about home cookin’
“No, 1 don’t want to get married, ting in the narrow alleyways between
when you are talkin' up your summer but aunty there would like to.”
their houses, but always at work,
either turning their reels or stitching
I do not believe Piso'a Cure for Con
sumption has an equal for <-oiiehs and shoe soles, which find a ready sale, for
"’Cause some of these fellers act, colds,— Jons F. BoYra. Triuiiv Springs, s Chinaman who went barefoot would
to me, like that was what they was hid . Feb. 15. 1900
be uterly disgraced. Why. even the
tryin’ to get away from.”
beggars here wear shoes, although the
rest of their apparel may be ever so
"She married a poet, didn’t she?
And is he successful?”
"Auortier thing worthy of mention Is
“Oh, yes, remarkably so. Why.
the fact that nothing Is wasted in this
his name is a household word on two
Simple When You Know.
land of the 'Chinks.' Grass and all
continents, and last year his income
"I was up in the mill district today.
kinds of roots are pulled up. washed
was nearly $.'1LH>.
Frightfully noisy up there.”
and dried, aud used for fuel. Scraps of
"That's right. I’ve got a friend
|M»[>er and cloth are pasted together to
Mr. R'» Supposition.
who lives up there.
He can’t hear
make the insoles of shoes, and blta of
himself talk in his house.”
ivuod are glued together to build up
"My! Boiler shop next door?”
either a post or a board. The wurnan
**No, He’s deaf and dumb.”
"I suppose he has tiegun to live on splntiera and straw platers earn 2 cents
drops and speak gum Arabic," a day. This may seem small pay, but
not so when I tell you that I am In
added Mr. Pellefield.
"Isn't your new house taking long- i
formed that $5 a year will clothe a
er to build than you expected?”
Chinaman and bls wife. Such a thing
YOUR HOME AND FENCES
"Oh, no. I’ve only spent twice as
as underwear Is not known by them,
much on it, so far, as I anticipated ” j
neither Is a garment ever fitted, and a
No Man Can Ceavamently Ge Without Either
Utica dressmaker would starve to
of Thu* Necusitiu.
Beware of Ointment« for Catarrh That
death here. The only measures that
You may as well talk about goiug are taken are from the hip to the
▲a mercury will surely destroy the eenae of without eating as going
without ground. Fashlous never change. Take
smell &n<l completely derange the whole sys
tem when entering it through the mucous sur fences.
If you have a house and two or three yards of material, sew It
faces Such articles should never be used ex*
cep: on prescriptions from reputable phrsi- home you must have a fence around together, run a tape through the top.
ciRtis. m the damage ther will do is ten fold to it.
If you have a farm you must and haul It together, and you have the
thegtolyou can possibly derive from them
it* houndArips bv fencM and
Hal’s Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J n,ark 113 oounuaries nv iences, ana dress made.
Cbenev A < o . Toledo.O.. contains no mercury also
~ shut in the stock with fences.
"The 'Chlnka' are very economical,
and is taken internally, acting directly upon
A fence is in many ways as import and I guess you will think that they
the blood and inucous surfaces of the system
In buying Hall’s Catarrh Cure be sure you get ant as a man's house.
As a commun have need to be when 1 tell you that
the genuine. It is taken internally. And made
In Toledo, Ohio, by F. J. Cheney À Co. Testi ity grows the subject of fences assumes the unskilled laborers are only paid
more and more prominence.
upon an average of 7 cents a day. Ma
Hold by Druggisu, price 75c. per bottle.
The success of the “Anchor” fence sons. carpenters and stonemasons are
Hall's Family Pills are the beet.
’ in the United States has been phe- the king-pins here In lsbor circles, re
; nomcnai for the chief reason that it ceiving the munificent sum of 25 to 30
combines economy, strength
and cents a day.
The work day here be
"He can’t be a good business man.
beauty in a way that inatantly ap
gins at sunrise and lasts until dark,
Why, he is a college professor."
peals to everybody.
In the Eastern
but notwithstanding all this the labor
"But he has married the daughter
states , where it has been known lon-
ers seem contented and happy.
of a millionaire.”
i ger, the factories making it are
"80 much In regard to the (»eople, and
i pressed to full capacity.
now perhaps a few words In regard to
Prat.-red Them at Rest
state, where it is comparatively new,
“You want the pockets to ruD up__
adoption seems to be the officials of the city, particularly the
and down, I suppose,” said the tailor, only a question of the agents getting policemen, may Interest you. In the
“No, sir, ” the irritable customer around and showing their wares to first pla«1», a Chinese policeman la a
wonderful creation; to fact, a cross be
replied. “I prefer stationary pock- , the people.
ets. You may make the slits perpen- j
There is ample reason for all the tween a circus clown and a football
talk going on about the "anchor" player. Hla breeches are always baggy
j fence, as it is solving the great fence and heavily wadded; in facL so clumsy
problem satisfactorily. It is not only that you wonder bow In the world he
well adapted to ornamental work, ever gets around In them. He also
I but it is the biggest kind of a blessing wears a coat which Is thick and clumsy
For Infants and Children.
to stock raisers and ranchmen gener and comes well below the knee. Dark
ally. It is made of heavy wire and blue Is the general color, which la set
the joints are held rivet-tight by the off with facings and bands of light
patent "anchor” clamps.
It does blue, red, green, maroon and brown,
not cost as much as the old-fashioned but no yellow is ever used, for that Is
fences, yet it lasts practically forever. the sacred royal color, and no one but
The Literal Mind.
It is worth snyone's while to write those of high rank are allowed to wear
“Tommy, how many wars has the to the manufacturers. The Portland It Policemen are thicker than buck
United States been engagedi n?”
Anchor Fence Co., 742, Nicolai Street, leberries In this city of Pekin, there
Portland, Oregon, for catalogue and being. It Is said, between 15,000 and
pictures explaining their wonderful 20.000 of them within the walled city.
"One, two, three, four, five.”
"This walled city Is two miles square
nnd has two grant gntes to each wall
Alas far Aipirstioas!
Why a Play Is Like a Cigar.
base, aliout half a mile from the cor
Old Gentleamn—So you think my ners, and a mile from each other. The
Henry J. Byron, one of the wit-
tiest of English playwrights of a daughter loves you, sir, and you wish streets are broad and stretch straight
score of years ago, remarked on one to marry her?
from one to the other, making the
Dudeleigh—That’s what I called to
space Inside Into a big nine-block. The
“A play is like a cigar. If it’s see you about. Is there any insanity police stations are scattered all along
good, everybody wants a box.
If it's in your family?
the nine squares. The head of the
“No sir; and there’s not going to
bad. all the puffing in the world
police baa charge of all the city gates,
won’t make it go.”
they being nine In number. The po
licemen never carry any arms, not
even a stick, but keep swords, spears,
guns and cutlasses In racks at the sta
tion, and when a signal gun Is fired
make a rush for the station from
which the sound conies and grab the
knows that Mer
first weapon In sight. When on parade
cury is a danger
or when they have a review, which Is
quite often. Is the only time they are
even when administered in very small dos«, and
armed, especially If they expect any
few constitutions can stand it for any length of time.
foreign devils to be present
rotash produces inflammation of the stomach
and bowels, and a dangerous form of dyspepsia and
weapons are funny looking, particular
often chronic diarrhoea follow its use.
ly a savage looking three hooked spear,
vca * jo
« a if
. you have
which makes a terrible, Jagged wound.
Contagious Blood Poison you must take these minerals for .two
"Besides the 20.000 policemen within
first a course of Mercury, and when your teeth get so sensitive and »ore that you
can’t eat, and the gums have a spongy, unnatural appearance, y°u are told to rtr>p the wall, I am Informed that Pekin
and a change to Potash is made. When the stomach rebela you are put on 51ercury
maintains 144,000 more to regulate
again and so on ad infinitum, or until the system becomes so thoroughiy saturated
matters In the outer city. All these
with these poisonous drugs that the most disgusting sores break out on the
men are under the command of one
the bones become diseased, and the muscles and joints are
bead officer. The officers and the men
torturing pains. Mercury and Potash dnve the eruptions and Motches
akin, but the virus remains in the blood and the reappearance of the old symptoms furnish their own uniforms, but the
Md the occasional rore mouth .how that the
state furnishes their arms, and each
—_ _ hope to roz-rorsrds»*»1w
completely eradicate it bv
by this method of treatment.
gets a monthly allowance of rice In
S. S. S. is the only
antidote for this de addition to his pay. The chief gets a
Whan X was about twanty-one rsavs of
•lrhtesn years ago, I contracted Blood Polson in a structive virus, snd sn good salary, but those under him get
bid term, and am ’satisfied that th. rayid progress
infallible remedy for little pay, depending mostly for what
th. dlaees. wa. making would soon bar. mad. m. • this peculiar poison. It they can squeeze out of the prisoners
lif.-long invalid or .nd.d my lifs- As my system
destroyssnd eradicates whom they pull In.”—Utica Press.
cam. undar th. influ.no. or 8. 8. 8., th. sor.s,
splotoh.a and pimplro gradually dl.anp.ared and .oon every particle of the
poison, and makea the
no .vtd.no. of th. dlMM. wa. left.
WITH AMATEUR ADMIRALS.
nina years old. and have aeon no signa of It durl“< blood as healthy and
.lghtoon years. 8. 8. 8. dooe
does all you claim
the ’ past eighteen
pure as before the dis
/ ( WM. SKBB8OM,
Hoatlae Dados of Cadets at the An
ease was contracted.
napolis Naval Acadearx,
8. 8. 8. is the only purely vegetable blood purifier known, and we offer Jr,ooo
One of the best conducted naval
or proof that it contains any mineral ingredient whatever. The general hralth
mproves as tho Specific purges the system of impurities, and as new, rich blood schools In the world Is that at which
wgins to flow in the veins the unsightly sores and other evidences of blood poisoa the officers of the United States navy
lisapnear ; strength returns and you are forever nd of thia loathsome d>ae»>e.
receive their training. It Is thorough
Our Home Treatment Book on Contagious Blood Poison tells you sll about Ute In every department, and the young
•mnlomi different stages, etc., of this disease. We will mail you a copy free.
man who graduates well up In his class
Is fitted for almost any station on
board a ship. The record of one dny
there Is the record of all days a atrlct
observance of all the rules of dla<l
!gu**m Is beat tlm. to ear. Catarrh,
pllne and thorough Instruction In every
jRfMLU «ronchili« «nd Consoni pl ion
"ru ur;»?" "
detail of naval warfare.
The cadet Is aroused from bls •lum-
The Kind Yon Have Always Bought
I. MITI 1 CO., Biffili, 1.1..
tiers at 6 o’clock each morning. Hv la
not permitted to tow bla bedclot lies
aside as hapiiena to suit bls fancy, but
muat roll back the tied covers In a cer
tain way. placing the pillow on top, and
tie In readiness for the Inspecting ea
det to charge
At fl 35 he falls In rank with bls com
patty for morning Inspection, at wlilcb
bla clothes must b. thoroughly brush
ed. shoes well blacked and his general
npiiearance neat Auy neglect to thia
respect Is Immediately report«!, when
he soou lluds himself on the "pap,” re
ceiving a numtier of demerits accord
ing to the gravity of the offense.
At 7:15 the '‘middles’’ march out of
tlie great mesa hall and repair to their
rooms to put them to perfect order for
the dally Inspection of cadet quarters.
When a cadet Is III he may report to
the surgeon at sick quarters In answer
to sick call, which Is sounded on the
bugle at 7:10 to die morning aud 7
o'clock In the evening.
The bugle sounds the first call to reci
tation at 8 o’clock, when the cadets are
mustered In sections and inarched to a
prescribed order to the various reclia-
tlon rooms. All during the day these
sections or squads may be seen march
ing through the extensive grounds of
the academy ho and from the various
buildings of Instruction.
When tlie faithful bugler sounds gen
eral recall at 12:15 all cadets marching
by sections return to main quarters,
where they are allowed fifteen minutes
to prepare for dinner. At dlnuor for
mation the drills for the afternoon are
published, with any other orders re
quiring the attention of the battalion.
Finishlug with three and the necessary
alignment, "the middles” are marvW
by companies Into the ntcea hall. There
they are allowed forty minutes for din
ner. when, at the tap of the 1*11, they
must rise and march out.
At precisely 0:55 "tattoo” rings out
clear and distinct over the campus and
tells the tired "middy" to get ready for
bed. In five minutes be is just about
crawling under the covers, and aa soon
as the last resounding note of "taps'*
has become Inaudible the lights are
turned out by a switch key In the of
fice xml the future admiral doses off In
to slumbarland, to itmuu of the days
to come and tlie glories of the navy.
Price of Tickets 1« Governed br the
Time Lon«nnel on Journeyw
Denmark was absolutely the pioneer
lu cheap railway fares. The fares were
reduced all around, so that the longer
the distance the greater the reduction,
but at the same time the return ticket
system was abolished for Journeys
One of the greatest boons to business
men and holiday makers Is the so-called
fortulghtly ticket. For third class It
costs 22s 3d and for secund class it 15s
Cd. Such a ticket entitles the holder io
travel all over Denmark for a term
of 14 days. He can go wherever lie
cares to go and as mauy times over
the same route as be may wish within
the time paid for namely, fourteen
days. A holiday maker may visit every
place of luterest in Denmark during
that time and If be finds any pleasure
In travellug from town to town night
and day for the period he can do so.
He pays the price of $5.40. with a de-
posit of $1.37 fur the ticket, on which
a photograph of the holder Is pasted,
and at the explratlou of the 14 days
he returns the ticket nnd gels the $1.37
lie can also buy a ticket for a mouth,
which costs 50 per cent more, aud the
longer the time the greater the reduc
tion. While a fortnightly ticket coats
5.5*!. a twelve-mouth ticket costs $50.
If the passenger bad to pay for a
twelvemonth ticket at the rate of $5.M
per fortnight It would cost him $133.50.
Thus the reduction Is over 150 per
If Instead of paying for a fortnightly
ticket a traveler went from Eahjerg
to Copenhagen and back aa often as
he could within 14 days and bought or
dinary tickets for each trip they would
eost him over $30 and this amount
would be doubled In a fortnight If he
went sightseeing from one place to an
other, traveling all over Denmark to
Season tickets can also be bad for
journeys between two towns. Young
people under the age of 18 travel for
half price.—London Express.
Ill Usage ot the Eyes.
Most persons are right or left sighted.
We all use one eye—the right or left—In
preference, when looking through a
glass or taking alm with a gun. If we
do not perceive this ourselves, ocullata
and opticians remark It The Ignorance
of most people on this subject Is fllus-
tratMl by their buying glasses at the
opticians without taking account of any
difference between the eyes. Thus only
one of the eyes Is helped, while the
other one, being less called In to exercise,
becomes less and less useful ami loses
its power, as a tool rusts when not to
use. Yet both our eyes are needed to
see well. It becomes, therefore, highly
Important to observe how the child
uses Its eyes In order to correct those
attitudes which tend to Injury of the
sight, as well as the health. In writing,
children rarely fall to give the head
an Inclination by which the eyes are
placed at unequal distances from the
paper. They are also apt to Incline the
head loo far and acquire the habit of
bringing It loo near, as when they try
to accommodate themselves to a feeble
light Not sufficient attention lx paid
to these matters, especially when we
consider the conseqnencea of such hab
its In mature age. A large proportion
of our defects originate In want of prop
er care during childhood. We do wrong
to such wonderful tools as our senses,
when we do not give them the educa
tion they need. It Is surprising that
parents who are so particular about the
way their children hold their «[>oon or
fork pay no little attention to the way
they use their eyes.
' MISIRY OF THE HALL BEDROOM.
ABtagate ib. Llfs.rM.ux N.w lurk-
.rsTte.« P.W N...U wrtb Wro.ur .
Th. woman who bad arrived r«* >*
fl«K*tlvsL ”1 shall I»»'*
bedroom days. 1*> lu number.
said "A good deal h»» brou wriit.u
about th. ball liedrooiu of N»» 'or •
but uo p.n cau tell all »«■
Mine to New York fresh from ths am
pl. space, of a cuuutry home 1 i'"'
a ball bmlroom tweause It »«< “•»
room lu th. lious. I could sffon
bad In It a cot. covered In da» w"11 •"
•Url.ntal’ tapestry, a washstand. »
screen, a alielf curtained off with book,
beucatli for clothes; a looking gins. ou
th. wall, with a little stand beneath,
two chairs, aud a useful piece of f"rnl'
tura which was writing desk, bookcase
and dressing case combined
my truuk and my typewriter were
added to the», treasures I could turu
around with car., by opening th. door
ao as to utllts. a part of th. hall tor ths
"My typewriter knocked out the Hi'1’’
stand In on. round. Gould It hav. sat
atlll II would have stood tho burden
But I bad to movs th. stand whenever
1 want««! to ilreaa. or lo get at my trunk,
«nd as I did not reiuov. th. typ.writer,
but simply dragged th. stand around,
ths poor thing quickly collapsed
landlady looked severe w hen 1 told her
When 1 got another stand I carefully
lifted my typewriter off whenever I
wanted to mov. the stand, which waa a
dozen times a day.
"My dresses w«-r. continually (all us
from th. books without the sllglilvsi
provocation, and I bad always to move
ths screeu, and then bring a chair to
stand on to bang them up again. I he
only way I could get any light or air
was to alt by lb. window; and aa my
truuk had a »laud tbsre, I had pet fore,
to ait on th. truuk; and a trunk cau be
Improved upon as a place of continuous
repose. I hav. sat upon It for hours,
tailor fashion, mendlug my clothe«,
when my very soul loathed the needie
"It waa an aerobaUcal teal to dress m
that room In the uioruing I never shall
forget some of my maddening struggles
to get into my clothes In two square
feet of space. For six months I never
knew bow my back balr looked, for It
was too dark over by the glass lo see
My destructive l.ndencl«’. came »ill
strong, for 1 pulled down first Th. cur
tains over my clothes, and then thoa«’ at
th. window, pot. and all. I bad to
keep a good many things tn my truuk.
and whenever I wantril to get al them
I bad to first remove a mass of books,
papers and manuscript from the lid, or
else open It and let them slide duwn
behind. I bad to sit ou my trunk to
play my typewriter, tiecau»» neither ot
tbs chairs was high enough."
"And ao you hat. the ball brilroom?”
"W.ll, no; I don't know that I do
That hall brilrootn witnrs-ed my first
triumph. 1 got my flrst check there.
$20. for a 2,<MM>-word story. When I
opened the envelope and »aw that ebri k
I grew faint It was the revulsion after
all months of grlut. heartrending deter
ruination. Then I laughed and er ed
and grew hysterbaL Anyone with any
expertencs could have told me that one
xwallow did not make summer, but io
ms It waa the tieginning of stiecvs«
And so It proved. 1 hav. not lhe«l In
a hall brilroom sine»."
Th. woman who had arrived was si
lent, and looked straight ahead of her
Then she laughed and rose sud’lenly.
"I wish 1 could ever li. aa happy
again aa 1 was when I got that die. k."
ah. said. —New York Sun.
l«v< bios >( rio.
I'K > lli'lil,,
Mlll ll.ll, I ,w|
JOHN POQLR, Portland, (irtgon,
Pssl ul MxrUos Strw«.
Can giva you ths best ban
Huggies, Flows, Huilsrs .nd )uglnw
I Machinery. Hen us bolora buying.
Wholesale Boots and Shoes
KRAUSSI: & PRINCB,
87 and 89 First Street, Portland. Oregon.
All Kinds Carried in Stock
Istilla* la Mslody.
SCHOOLS ANO COLLEGES.
Jones—Van l*VUItder*4 lai est musiti
I« Imld stufi
Smith — Why bald?
J,m. ■ liceali»«’ it broda an “air St. H d /0«S*8 Softool tor lilrh.
Thirty.third >»»r t'ommndiuii« I h IW
sin) roll««« l'rrp«r»lor>
rial mur««« In m<i«l< «tul »■■
TO Cl lit A COLD IN ONI HAT
Tat« IntaiK* hn>mo Muíala« Tableta All
tru«(lau rv'ui'4 ih« wiwi II It Iella Io cure
à W. uro»« • «isnaiur« l«ou «ach bua i-’u
U simi < sialusu«
■ISS aitaaoa ttaaini. rrt.clMi
Gelling Bath to form.
"Is your ins well again, Eddiv?"
"Well, yes'nt, but aho ain’t quite
up t<> her old form yet.
a drab »id her last night "
Mothers will find Mrs Winslow's Booth
Ins iiyrup th. best remedy lo usa lor their
oh I Id re n -luring the lerthiiig i-rl—l
Ho—How do you feel »lien I lieat
you al whist?
She—Not quite so bad as you frel
when your friend Jenkin« !«•«(• )<>u *1
tl«m« ths Term.
Clarence—Why do you say the
wedding was patriotic’
Algernon—well, the bride was reti,
the groom «as wtnte and ner father,
who had all the bills to pay, was
TOP KMOW VV HAT toll AM* TAKIMtl
Tito ■•«• l*roo«rlpei» r«r Malaria
Chillasnd Foro» isa toiii«o(i>ro,«'> iMi»l«a
CblllTonlr lllatimplr lt”u »mlquIulMIs
a laatoi«M torta No < un. No I'«, ro>« o.
When <<><1 tats Umvs’s T mi «I«« s « hilt Towle.
te<-»uM lb« t.'rm ulals nlalalr t>r I rue-ton «very
forile »ho« ins that 11 la aismplx Iron ai»l UuU
Blue la s lae aieaa forai. No t ur», Ke **ax. toe
"Il souik I s funny to hear you talk
ing that wav
When we were al col
lege you ilidn’l Irrlieve tn eternal
punishment at all.”
"I know, but 1 didn’t have any
Krull Direealnga tbr 8ho«n
Ths Joys ot Hou»« Cltamng.
Ths I'o.t dressing for black teath.r 1s
Hubby—Ah, my dear you see I
orang. Jute. Take • allc. or quarter
have c« me home from th«' office an
of an oran,» and rub It thoroughly all
hour earlier than usual'
over the shoe or boot and allow It to
Wile—Oh, you dear, good man' I
Then brush briskly with soft
was just wondering who 1 could grt
brush until It shines Ilk. a looking
to take up throe carpets'
glass A most eonienlent <1 resat ng for
HOW HE WAS REDUCED.
tan «h'-ea la th. Inalil. of a lutnana akin
A Men of Courag«.
■» Circumstances Oser Wblch He l(ad Thia Is ratified well and evenly all oisr
’t stipp«M you had ths
th. abo., and removing all spots and
"You must hare played some great
He—Oh, yes. I have got nerve
games of poker lu yuur day," he said to which last la brought out by uat'ig a
enough to do anything.
the drumnx'r who bad been talking flnannel cloth for wiping dry and an
other clean flannel for polishing, A
about luck at cards.
"Yes, I have,” was the reply. "Yes. allc. of lemon la also use«! aa a tat Stimmar Hatolutlon*
leather dressing Patent leather must
str, I have had some great games.' *
"IIow large a bet did you ever make, never tie blacked or poltalied with any
thing but an oil. They ar. th. hardest
may 1 ask?”
.uro roll»! I>on> liquor, opium au<l i.iu«oo*
kind of shoes lo keep In good order II
habita, temi lo» p*rll«ular« lo
"One hundred thousand plunks."
la necessary to fake a clean sponge and _ , • ...
Mo.od to «S® Willi.«*
“You don't mean It!"
Á.. »«i *>•>•■
"1 certainly do. Yes. sir; I sat In a dean them from all dirt before apply
game to Denver once snd bet $1(X*.OUO
on my hand and I had only one pair In at one. with a flannel or other aoft
cloth which will not acratcb th. patent
It at that."
"What an awful bluff! The others finish Commercial Tribune.
laid down tbelr bands, did they?"
“Oh. no! One of them called me. He
had a full bouse and of course I was
"And you you loot $100,1100."*
"I did. For the fraction of a second
a feeling of faintness stole over me,
and things looked wlzzy wazzy. but
then I pulled myself together and
reached down Into my vest pocket and
banded him the money, with a smile."
"Great Scott?' sighed the querist as
he mopped hla brow. "Think of losing
that much money on a turn of the
cards! I suppose that Is why you were
forced to take to the road?"
"Well. no. The winner said that such
cheek as mine ought to be rewarded
Fst thrm Ilk* c»"4r.
and he returned my money. |'(| have
tasta good, bid taste ln.,h'XmJd'
been all right, only when I g„t i,,,^ to
Ing the bran...
Chicago I put $OOO.WM with II mid l><.t t CATHARTIC
a pleasure to tak at hirm
the whole pile on n horse race nnd lost
awr«t«n' th. stomach bx d»»^’ln,Th»t
mouth, throat «ml t'’"'1 'A fl,nd from
by a nose. That reduced my fortune
nresns. Ih«y «Ion
to less thnn $4,000,000, and so I had to Í
souring In th« stomach, prsvrnt r«
Ing In th« bowels, snd kill
take up thia business to eke out my In
Í THE STOMACH <
come. Of course, It's n snd case and *•*•*•*•***■*■* a* a* a* foVV»»
I feel my position keenly, but with per
ara purely vegetable and con • 5.",« co.«
rurlal or other mineral l"’l.',’n. n,,.,|irinA
severance and Integrity I hope to pull
«1st of the tales! dlsrovrrles In n>
through tn time to be nbln to pay the
Slid form a combination
to msks 'h* bl',T’1,iJ[.|i*u| com’
cook her wages agnln. Have you n
and msk. elssn skin and b«auliru<
, ... alir up
Nine Years to Walk Through fsintlon
The largest city of the world Is l,on'
don. lying In four counties nn<l having
a population of 4,2«I,<M*>. equaling tl...
combined populations of Parle, Berlin
St Petersburg and Koine
through all the alreets, avenues, lanes
and alleys of the city, never trnversing
the same one twice, would require a
ten mile walk every day for nine yearn
The streets, placed In a row, would
reach around the world, and leave fl
remnant that would stretch fi-0,n (rf|||
Some men Imagine there la no ac
don to Han Francisco. Ladles’ Hume
counting for taatea until they are called
Upon to foot a dressmaker’s bill.
Lovers in Borneo.
All the suitors of a girl’, bnnd |n
When business la dull on the rail-
roads, the brakeman talk a I Hint carry Borneo are expected to Im gouerol|, )n
their preaenta to her. These presenta
ing great quantities of bulk eggs.
are never returned; therefore the wily
The average man gets angry every young lady defers an long aa possible
time he la In the wrong and know» IL a positive »election of the happy llllln
Wladom ia often nearer when
stoop than when we soar.
FARM MACHINERY AND SUPPLIES.
When a young mini with money tg||,
lies, the people call It “enthtinhinin."
tone ths stomsch ""d howrl« « d
the Isay liver They do no‘
ths stools "nd cauro Ihr r d «<"« » (rte
strengthrn th. bowels .nd !■' Jac.
lively, healthy condition, manias
never grip nor gripe Th'I’rv*k'nd of un' ’I'
Itlvelv and never cause any sin
fortable feeling Taken re.i l.r F»"„ it
ths liver act regularly »nd na'ur.nj^
should. They keep the
properly moving and Ire'P lh" ” .
Incresee th. flow of
ere. If th- mother »»<» »
her milk mildly Pur«?,*tV»,.bvd to thK’S
but certalo effect on the ,’",”a(|v, tat th«
they are th. only sat«
token patiently, persistently.
form of constipation.
are absolutely «u.rantet’d to ettr any ^ ««*
or purchase money will b" cn,,r
- „nt ff"«
for ths ««king. We P'1'b',."rh ""r|t underteb-
but sell <'»« «rets on tbelr m"! and t_ ,
solute guarantee to cure.
box to-day, or write us tor
1UH. avaause aaasar ro., rate»« w------------
“ something just ss good” when C«5*r,
1«, aod furnish evident, upon which ws can convict. AU corrwpondsn