The Taylor County News. (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 14, No. 50, Ed. 1 Friday, January 20, 1899 Page: 5 of 6
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One yr along about the 1st of May
things w" goin so well in Squan Creel:
that everybody was feelfn good and
'Joshua Grifiin got up at a meetin" of
the Liar'a ciub and wiid:
"Ueiri this town would liev Qt the
J'ritish to the last gasp if tha' had bit
uny town here dcorin' the revolution-
ary war and bein' all of us stand ready-
to sacrifice our last drop of blood f'jr
this glorious republic. I move that we
go in fur a rcgT.ir okl-fasliioued Fourth
of .July ce'ebnishuxi thii. j-'ar. We ain't
had a celebrashun bince the cannon
"busted and killed two men. seven y'irs
iSr. while I'aruegat and Urigantinc
Lev put in their best licks every lime '
.7o.shn:i's words wiik received with
-liout? of applause and Moses I .effing
well got up and teconded the moshun
"When this guv'isient wants patriots
to shed their blood by the gallon all it
2. as to do is to telcgraf to Squan Creek.
1 don't want to be carried off by mumps
or measles but when it cuins to lain"
my life down on the alter of mv ken-
trv I'm ready to stretch out both my
jegs and die. 1 know that the rest of
;. e feel the same way. mid i feel that
we orter set an example to the kentry
Seveial others ?poke in the Ham
strain and it was unanimously re-
cced that Squan Creek should hold
in all her history. Varus committees
was appinted. and every man previa
put down hi name fur fhe dollars.
There was sieh enthoosiasm that four
bfiu-lies was broken ail to Miiash nr.J
the door busted off its hinges. Fur
two or three days everybody was brag-
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THEY WAS STILL
i.n ut what" tons poiii' to be
.1 sum of the fo'.ks felt sopatri-
1 thry couldn't stam! still bu' '
thin' haniM-iit'd. Adhiabad
' ut to Josh U ratlin and said:
a-here. J)h. whenever a town
.1 'elebrashun they alius he sam-
- U make a ipeecli. don't they?"
1 i-v illus do." iaj-sJosh.
s 'it 1 idy to talk alxut tyranny
'i" the tea in the Boston harbor.
.- u' Hunker ill. and so ou?"
"3 it the sort."
id who's goin to do it fur ?"
t -ilud. as he begins iog-esmre
' k 1 ijfht arm.
c on I'll irekle that j.ih myse'f
' -.real jprech -maker but I've
:: up en thirs. and if I don":
n hev a cold in my head I
i xi keep the crowd a-sbouiin
' ) to finish "
b I w-anf that place fur mv-
-lid Abinadab. as he wallers a
Jus throat. "1 ain-1 no brasr
1 w. but I kin make the bet
..ny man in this to n le
-Iout thaf reAolut narv wai
'!. rest of ye put top-el her
I'm. i:n a voice that kin be heard
IT t -
hat as the I
uS-'n o me row.
H in ' wanted tl
J'liewi go right
1P J?a miii firttli I
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outer the eel e bra
-s they got it.
p over it hen Lei Stokes
- S. mi Andrews and siiysz
t '.'. i' we hev h celebiashun c will
F . ..r.nle with it. won't we'."
1 -" pays S.iin.
feller w ho If ads that parade
will be the grand marshal?"
ain't civiii to show off. but
r at-srnindfatlter feJI at I.ex-
. bciif I was a three-inonihs
last war. they'll naturally
;o be grand mnrbhal. hat
uniform would 3011 wear if
1 w .s : ' .'
I nc'ililu't wear any." sas Sam.
ii .:. : i .1
. -.1- wu 1 u gii iuiu nuuui liie
n c c f the put cesium and march
: -l-.i."in fur hbtriy or death."
f l'ur nl: c'n rensoiis '.'" asks Levi.
V'ur the reasons that I'm to be irrand
.Ar-liH r. ielf. I ain't doin im brai'-
mit ' 1:1 fro: to i-a that when
Ton host unci: ecrboi sa-s I looks
Giiur.il Washington erosiin the
ware. I was errand marshal of the
ude at Key port seven years ago. and
- as the howlinett success ever
i.lte. "I'm either I'oin to be rranl
f" Aal of that parade or 1 won't give
cent fur the celcbrashun nor yell
ell fur liberty!"
me beiei" sajs Sam. and they
till jawin' about it when up cuius
(am Houevnuin and savs:
lar' ain't uo use of you fellers couldn't squirm out of it. eh? Jew. i fuu
uh" breath over it. My grandfather j elers
fi at Bcmkcr Hill and I waswmndet
at Bull Rub and 1 don't take a back
aeat fur nobody. IV already mettled
that I'm to be the grand marshal."
. On the same day aa Ike Tanner wai
gofn xlown on the wharf whlatlin'
"Yankee Doodle' and tvantin' to die
fur his kentry he mecta Mark Duster
who say a:
"Ike it's a glorious thing to die fur
liberty ain't it?"
"Vou bet" says Ike.
"I'm wishiu' I could perish this very
minit though my ole woman is goin
to hev pork and beans furdinner. SaV
Ike thar'Il be fireworks in the evenin
"Of course. Can't hev no celebra-
shuu without fireworks."
"And thar's got to be a boss of them
"Fur sure and he's got to be the big-
gest kind of a patriot too. Nobody
around Squan Creek has ever heard
me do any braggin' but I'd jest as lief
tell you that 1 lost a grandfather and
tour uncles at.Monmouth. British killed
the hull five of 'em right thar'."
"I had two grandfathers and fhe
uncles killed in the same battle" says
Ike. arter a little thinkin'.
"And what of it?"
".N'othiu" 'ccpt that I'm the man to
boss them fireworks"
"Not this y'ar Ike 'cause I've a!
ready been selected fur the place. I'm
and mnkin' threats of what they would '
do. In the crowd which gathered
round 'em was Hank Taylor and Dr.
Ureen and as the3- shook hands the '
Doc sajo: I
"Hank whenever c kin pare them I
tive dollars fur the celebrashnu 1 11 take
'em and check c off."
"What'll you" take 'em fur?" aski
J A WIN- ABOUT IT.
"Far the reason that I'm ffoin to be
treasurer. I uim't care for the honor
but bein I IoM seven cousins in the
revolution rr ar it -..c . .....
dependm' on jou to bring up the Mil J '"f !et frs contributed to nn lntereMins nt of intcrnatlonn
of the daytime parade with a banner thoGermanla ano s other papers by their . aw . p f estion Aj ;
- mm J" T3 1?18" am"C ?'er hCnd' tiZ! k" generally accepted ncntral powers art
111 be durncl if I willl ' shouts Ike; ' As an inducement for immigrants to ' . t i i .i i-
... . . . "'ai'vt . iUn. . ; ' not allowed to furnish fuel to the thipi
and the two fell to abusiu' each other their homes in Canada the Cana- I nf ... nv ... !tl .:.
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"I don't care nuihia about your cous-
ins." shouts Hank "and I'm goin to
be treasurer myself."
"nut )on can't be."
Hiu I will be. or ! won't mix in."
Then Silas iKelie John Wakefield J
and Joe Horner nil chipped in and said !
the place wa. to cum to them; and j
there was a row in which several men
?ot battered. If was a reg'lar ruction i
all ovt town fur three or four dajs.
with e.erylioi'y uantin' an oilice a:id
nobody war.tin' to be plain folks; and
then a special meesiu of the Liar.-'
tlub was enMed. When it was cner.td.
Deacon Hard buckle gut up ai.d said: j
"Thar ar sum towns which ain't got .
1 o patriotism 'tall and sum which lias '
iol inn 1iliifrt tiiiicl. nn. .. .
....... ........ vnu (t.H to
lc about as bad as t'other. As we all
want to die fur our kentry. but as
thar' ain't no chance jest at present. !
. .i c jKiMpone tne ceiecra-
shun ar.d keep right on djggi' fr j
clams and tongin fur oy.fcrs."
J hat was the wav out of it. and we
took i i nnit.v i- ....
iook 11. and nobody s bin idiif null . .1
took it. and nobody's bin idiifmnr
o'nr.. fl.it .1 .... .. ... f it . '
......v !. um j 111111 c jur
'Yes &ir! 1 wci-hto
ttlien I was born I weighed just two J
"it mut 1 a great comfort to your
parents to reniemtier that they" are
really responsible Tor onlv the one- 1
hundredth part of you." Chicago Trib- J
A Ilnne ilimtler.
"It is claimed by.ihe coinpiainiuit
that you assaulted him" said ihe
"He lies your worship. 1 never
touched him. Uobson aud TiUbs
picked him up a.id carried him to the
pump. All 1 did was to work the pump
They IVt-re In IIU Left I'ticket.
Evangeline Why do vou not take me
to your heart?
.John I will as soon as I can change
my cigars over to rr.y other pocket.
Johnnie l'a. where does a man get a
l'a In his head my ton.
Johnnie Well doesn't it hurt his
head when a theory is exploded? N.
Sal the-Only fnfortnnnte.
Mr. N. Peck Down in Pennsylvania
they've caught an eel fast in a wedding
N. Peck Another poor devil that
WeekJy. " ; know -jute tein ef 3-0 vouldee et ven
yo ;e: old. Dturtr TimeA-Sun-
SOLTOTQ Til FUTtTRI'WILi
FATJ; OF IBM COimifEHT. .
Vkla Is Wkat Is Ketr Beta Dm fc
tke Fetrtlle Prairies at
The rapid progress that is being made
In the settlement of the fertile prairies
of western Canada is leading to the in-
rcstigation of its resources by those
interested In having provision made fop
those living in the crowded east for
those who have been struggling for
years on impoverished farms for the
renter who is unable any longer to bear
tp under the strain imposed by the
landlord and for the farmer .vho un-
able to purchase farms for bus sons in
his own neighborhood Iras to look
tround for lower priced lands. The in-
estigation shows that it is impossible
to meet these conditions successfully
outside of western Canada. Already
millions ot bushels of wheat are being
grown there each year while as many
as jO.000 head of cattle were shipped
out this year. A representative of the
I Germania Milwaukee one of the lead-
irg German papers' in the United
States recently made a trip through
Manitoba Assiniboia. Alberta and '
Saskatchewan where lie the free gov-
ernment lands of western Canada and i
in a future issue will appear extracts I
:an goverrment offers
land free of cost to each settler and in-
formation can be had of agents of tht
MAJORS AND MINORS.
Alexander Siloti the pianist
AntonJi: Dtorak was lorn in
hernia in J!1. He is htill living.
"ay Au Ilovoir but Not Good-by '
was written bv Llarrv Kennedv
Mascairni's latent oni is named
"Iris." The svne is laid in Japan.
Hector Jirrlio. was lHrn in Traiife on
11. 1M1.J. and dicil on March
?lii inskv Kssitoff and
.. '. .
t j fVft uiitiiin r h
. ttiifiiit i r
1 1n ixlorc I.eschetitkv.
Anton (Iregor Ilulionslein was Iwjru
on November .'H 12'.. in Koumama.
1 died at I'eterhoiT in Russia in 'o-
Standard pitcli has varied during re i
cent times setwceii the limits 500 and "1 would like to let ouiig men
12 and 5i; and 50 for the note C on the know" said an old soldier "thai brav-
tl.ird space of the treble clef. t''y. like" alin-j-t any other attribute
Iiad:i is jirnnouneed llxdii; Ci'wk i"'iU h'' -'Mi'J- 1 would like to let
Olrek; Hi etluneu. IJn-tiH ven; Men- them know thi-. beau-e there are some
dclssohn. Meii-dell-sone: Welx-r Vay- l"or fellows who are brought into the
bur; Meyerbeer. My-er-beer: WajfiieV. ui"ld with a timid nature that causes
Vok-nur; l.is.t Uest; raderewski them much suffeiiug. While havingan
PaL-ter-eff-sky. admiration for biae men they feel
Wairner wrote the "Siegfried" idU aa that lll'.v :ire t'"arik.. and aeeutom-
a birthday jiieee for his wife lire- inr kcmsriv- to this belief . they
ceiod Us 'name from his son. Siegfried nevPr tempt to light againsC their
Wagner who was born during thotimn ucali;'h- IJ i" kr.ow I really be-
Wagner was composing the music licVtf th:U nnft of tIe ted brave men
drama "Siegfried." after the hero ol j of Je v"Id hae beiome nrnve sim-
which ho named his child. J V1' h-v ystomatiealIy overcoming cow-
Two fora.s nf minor scales are ued ' artVlw- 1)Ul nl "".'-S Nnpolcoii's
at -r-...f ii.. t....i -t.it.. mi ti... s. J""J-t dashing general. sa: The aaa
-- ...... -..- .....
In the former the
MXth and I
raised in .
seventh notes or the scale av- raised in
nscenuiiii? ami Iu-o..l ..r..l.. I.. lc- '
f.eenditiir. In the harmonic the yeventh
onlv is raised lxth in aseendinsr and
Johannes l'.nilnns died at Vienna 0:1
April ?.. 107. Ho was the son of a Hani-
burs' double-bae player and v.aslxiru
May T. l'il. Hi- fatlier jrnve him his
t instruction. He made his debut
in Ilnmhurjr in 1M7 asa pianist. He do- I Ilei1 "liu or Jl"liated. From what
voted his tai-nts. how.-ver to compo- "" !lVl' P-'ncnced you know the din-
Fition nntl the conductins of orchestras. f'st' the J "lr'J-r. "i-ute nfid desrad-
He recehod many honor and amassed
iv larjjo fortune. Hrahms may certainly
be classed niuomr the irrentcn of the 1
iiKKleru composers. Ladies Home I
ENGLISH FOOTBALL NOTES.
At its annual mVot.ng in 174 the
1 '00 tha 1 1 association had a credir bal
nnce of .t: 17s. id.; on April Lj last that
bainnce had irrow:- to JL" .
There- lire T."i7 clubs and associations
nfliliated to the Ioudoi. I'ootball a.so-
cation. which has thus many more
members than any other local ass cia-
t:on. The original challenge cup of tha
loot ball association wa..- stolen In J $05
while in the tosaesioii of the Aston
Villa Football club. The nrcsent enn
Is a faithful reproduction of the orig- !
JMnyintr at hume is a great advan-
tage though some people profess that
.-. .. . t
i thonicl ii.ake no diiTerence. On a re- i
cmt Satuuiay out of 91 ljadiny matelie
04 were won hv home teamH 14 worn
drawn aud lhe visiting clubs won in
onlv 13e:lrts. The hom.Meam.s scored
2.V.) i!. the x;irS 110 o!v
r it-- 1 1 . "
Lon! K:rn.-.trd who h.i.- IncnnrW
. .. . .- ... ... .
v;i. - "4. 01 in- iuiiiMi; assoeiaiion sines
1?. J's b.en prudent of the Lor.
dou l.otl-i!I association ever ir.cc it
formation. 1 years ago. His lordship
ued to play for the. celebrated Wan
derers and the Old I'tor.'ans. and was
frequently scn assisting the Poivteeh- !
me ciub. i!- vas r. :no-t vigorous hrJf-
baek. and ahtay-. even quite reeenzlv
in an "Old Crocks" match pmyed in
whit llai.nel trousers
OLE 0LSEN AND HIS WIT.
Yen fader flatter mat el ahaysmak
tuae feel lak Ave owe hem bomctcn:;.
'!. fnl!rT- "1 f 'r inf f1in?? nn ren
scarce det liae most alvavs haf gute I
Somtems te eLsiirauce company haf
betur opinion oi Jailer's value es lies
Aye know som people va; vorr.v gute
dta! iKicaiit dcy bane iraid tc devil vill
not get hes ihivs.
A voiran naverge; so oi !! she tank
paint an jnmder liurt te looks of her
Ven taller tiy to please eferv body line
es oorty sure to gci hu!I skootin match
hot at hem.
Ve all know how to ron des govern-
niont bo: som terns et bodder us lak
deckens to ron three-room house.
s-omtems veil a faller get tired vaitin
fcr someteng gute to happen hae die
:n naver Know del et happen-al te sam
I'ar es gute deal en hatin so motch
ven vou are vounir det vo vnnh'nV
taaartakM t .Xavval Pra t m
' tatTealati aus Akaaaa
If it ia going to be a war of coal and
being so far away from their bane of
supply the Spanish skips will be 'de-
cidedly at a disadvantage. They have
large stores at three or four places but
their location is known to our govern-
ment and these ports will be the first
ones blockaded so that the Spanish
cruisers cannot get in or out without
a fight and when their fuel is exhausted
they will be absolutely helpless. The
torpedo boats and torpedo boat destroy-
ers do not carry coal enough to last
them more than three or four days un-
der fighting pressure and not more than
a week or ten days with the trreatest
economy. It is for that reason that a !
colliery accompanies them across the I
Atlantic laden with fuel and sail us
slowly as they may it will be necessary
ior mem to repienisn ineir uunKers at
least once or twice during the voyage.
One of the most interesting docu- j
iuciiis in pusM'&siuu ui tiur goveriinieni
is a coal map of the West Indies upon
which the location of every ton of coai
in the Caribbean sea and the gulf of
Mexico is marked with signs to in-
dicate its ownership and the price foi
and then only a sufticient quantity tc
carry them to the nearest port. While
our government does not know what
Fpain has done to anticipate these con-
tingencies it is believed that all hei !
coal supply is on her own territory iti I
Cuba and Porto Kico where it can be !
easily sei.ed or blockaded by our ships j
In anticipation of hostilities our gov- j
ernment through the consuls in the
West Indies has purchased large sup- .
plies of fuel at a number of convenient
ports stored it upon chartered vessels
run "P l"e L nilvtl states Jlag as a sign
; of ownership and holds it for an enier-
' K'"c'-V; Th couU1 onl-v lu lone 1tfor
a (ireiaratiou of war but hating been
purchased in actancc it will be pro-
tlffl in tlrfi.1 ...4
n - . ' ' " "
tor. Chicago Kocnrd.
ACQUISITION OF BRAVERY.
An Ol.l Solillcr 'JV1U Hdw YniinK Men
."Muj Omtciiiiic Inlicrriit
who sas he ucir felt fear is a pol-
ws UIU l 'w "! ""' i-innea
'" 'fcnf.vl!rl .- " rv..tlwuoX
lta" nc lc.V! " miiiseJ: to show
it; and that is tl:e point. .Moreover by
jinictice Mich tluns become eay.
"Now. if there is any j'ounif man
wlio is a coward and wi.-hes to become
bravt let me .say this to him: Make
up your mind fiit of all that it is iiruch
preferable to suffer death than be tram-
my. uiai results when you backdown
in mi unmanly fashion. .Say this then:
'1 much prefer to die than to experience
fciicn ieeiinjr- ajrain.' Impress it upon
011r mind and then a a test to your
spirit force wnirse'f to face those
thing that you have been avoiding
from fright. If a man has been over-
nw ing . 011- blplling you. in plain terms
la for him deliberately bluff him
back double ami if he wial.es to i'ght
throw ourself uihhi him with a im
and punch hard; he cannot do more
you. and. as ou hae made i
011r mind that il j better to die I
tJian submit to htinii.'iation. ourdeath
a it weie is a thing already pro-
grammed. And if you whip him the
sensation i.-. ery agn-.-able and frees
you from any further fears of falling
a ict im to cowardice." -N. 0. Times-
Democrat. HOTEL TEA PARLORS.
In Tlii'f.i " 0 An- Told DhIIv II 11 id! reda
of .Now Vurk lndl-s (;(lier
j The latent f.id in New York ih to drink
j tea at the Waldorf-Astoria and every
i afternoon between four and .six o'eloek
tiie tea parlor.- of that hotel arc crowd-
' ed with women who mane it a render-
011s to meet their friends and a nlace of
rest aml 'fshment after their shop-
ping. 1 lie average attendance is about
.iM). but on Wed m -days and Saturdays
you will find from l.jco to 2501) women
clriliniIn te:u mating h'v and sweet-
ineatand taking cocktails which are
made weak am! served in dainty little
Tapan.-sc cup- as thin -is e'g shells nnd
about as larire as an after-dinner cof-
fee cup. Of course no woman of refine-
ment would call for a cocktail at n ho-
tel or anywhere else for that matter.
but that s what they get when they ask I
fnp";tnr;-i mm.." wi. ... t- i
ior .vsion.i punci. I nere is alvvnv
x r . "H". imn.ns
a band of music nn orchestra or a man-
iolin cb Pa.vtr- a"J Kfiirail. a pro
gramme ot voe.il and instrumental so-
los through the two hours and he very
best class of inuic is furnishI.
"I don't go vi-iting anv more." said
one of the fashionable women of upner
New York. "I come down to these tens
two or three times a week antl meet
evervbody that I want to see. It saves
a lot of trouble and time. Yo-i can see
a do?en of your friend- here in the same
time it would take you to drive to and
from the residence of any one of them."
- Y. Cor. Chicatro Record
U'hipli if mnv lif iuin)iiicrl Tlw.rn Je I
. wi vi ftv. atto .v. i.i nnvu in itiiiiioo
- -asiaa4ffsjrm--j- -c-tfBfl.it.w J'Ckw Mv61 "--'" -a
eted friaayiTua pwataS JfcJ$f "Wfw
t tk '---- aif - --- .- - iilfj"Miai.JmBssfaasiJiia &iSj3sW;
aaal apar. fata aWuifc Mian!) XZSEnm3ttfrjgg& 'MwMm
oUrabwViWUsMaiMtke gilaViawaiaafiBr -MH
kead a darkar krotrat tkaiowi astrta 9!nJ&l&S&&82L -Basssssssssi
are of a
color it Hks M
of xaaa tot kaa ftlto
ir the water aadltakeat
is often ma
somewhere aboet a
orld coald not be qaite
so good as it
without the . phoebe
aterloo ia Paola (UL)
Sir James Crichti
Browne tha ex-
pert on brain dii
bold that in-
somnia is not attendi
with such disss-
supposed. It is not i
solicitude of the suffcrc
i that the brains of lite
iry men who
are the most frequent victims acquire
the trick of the heart which takes a
doze of a fraction of a second after
each beat n:d so managesXto get six
hours rest in 24. Some brains incases
of Insomnia sleep in sections uifferent
brain centers going off duty inXturn.
Lady (to applicant for position as
domestic) My goodness! This refer-
ence is signed by Mrs. Upton.
Applicant Vis mum she signed it
herself mum after I'd been there a
"Uut Mrs. Upton has been dead for 20
"Is that so? Wull! wull! It's wan
place afther another Oi've been gcttin
on that char-act-ter fur twinty-foivc
years an' Oi nivcr heard before that the
poor Ieddy was dead. Iliven rest hei
sowl!" X. Y. Weekly. I
Gibrnltar'ji Sulttcrruncnn Pamagc.
The naties of Gibraltar and also the
Moors across the strait have a tradition
that somewhere on the rock there exists
a cavern whence a subterranean pas
sage leads under the strait to the moun-
tains on the other side. The existence
of this passage they say is known to
the monkeys who regularly use it in
passing from one continent to the other
Tlir I.onKCit Occnn Cable.
The new transatlantic cable whitn
is to be laid between Urest and .New
j York during th: coming summer will.
It is said be the longest in existence
j The length will be 3230 tautical mile
j and the total weight of the cable with
j its cm elope is estimated at 11000 tons
Vonr large ships are to he employed iu
filretchiuL' it across the ocean's bottom.
Give the Clilldren a DrlnU
called Crain 0. It 'u a delicious appetizing
nourishing food drmk to take the plate of
coiFee. Sold by all gioccrs and liked by all
who have ued it because when properly
prepared it tastes hk the finest coffee but
it) iree from all its injurious "properties.
GrainO aids digestion and strengthens the
nerves. It is not a stimulant hut a health
builder and children as well as adults can
drink it with great benefit. Costs about i aa
much as coffee. 15 nnd 25c.
I'ir3t Doctor Yes I've been his famiij
physician for rurs.
Second P .lor And he apjtreciatci all
you !iae done for him''
"M)r J. l.t. U aiiuruiiaiiu It 5o
thinfs I've done for him." lircoIJyn Life.
For Cnllfornln TnnrlRti.
Tiie Uiirhagton lloutc has Weeklv Tour-
.iceper ivvciiisiou-- persoiialiv
Denver Seme Colorado. Salt Lnke City
with 9S per cent sunshine throujzhout the
year. Ask Ticket Ajtont or wiite for dc-
enptive folder to L. V. Wakelcy General
rasseii'e'. r Agent St. Louu .Mo.
When a man eyf farcnotiiih alon? that he
quits uiiif: inbiei'o eerv little while he
may bo et down as a confirmed uer of the
areed. Washington (F.i ) D-Miiomt.
A dull r:.ckins pain neuralgia. Its sure
cure St. -Jacobs Oil.
Mot barbers have to "rak and scrape"
to pet along. L. A. W. Ikdletin.
We have not "neen without Pi-'o's Cure for
Consumption for 20 vears. Lizzie Ferrcl
Camn St.. Ilarri-burs. l'.u. May 4. '94.
A nprtilinriT t- rT lrt tr 1 nf !? j I ! aM
buoys a per-toii un in it. Detroit Journal.
A cruel pain rciatica. Its cure is sure.
Use St. Jacobs Oil.
Th?re is a man in thi town so stingy that
he won't tilk any more than he ha3 to. on
account of wearing out his teeth. Wash-
ington 1 If..) Democrat.
No one ever iirapl theirt horse boat be-
cause he lias a "imli." "Neigh neigh I'aul-
inc." L. A. V. Ihillctin.
Husband "My dariinz when I am pone
how viH vou ever be able to pay the doc-
tor?" Wife Don't worry about that dear.
If wor.-t conic- to the v.-trst. ! will marry
the doctor." Medical Record.
Illabinore "Admittins that Ioobley is
j hen-pecked 1 in sarpn-eil that In- wile
' boasts of it." P.ab'vay "l)o(. t-he. in-
deed':' Hlabmore "Yes heV been fi
. qucntly heird to s-iy that fhe made hun what
! he is to-day." I'oxbury Ua.ctte.
J Maud "How are veil Koingto convine
joursclf thnt a man i 1 tally in love vvsth
jou?" Mar.r "Convince linn that vou are
t not in love with.him." Town Topics.
k ' -
Uelieve in the ba.lne- of men ami ycu
will have charniin ":iirprises; believe in
their ppodi.e.-j?.ndv..u will have bitter de-
ception!1. N. Y. Wetkly.
"Some men" 5id t'nele Khen "holler
'bout havm' loi' dah reputation when as
a matter o' fack iley has jes' toun tie kind
dat b'longs to 'em." Washington Star.
Tr .. .
He One doosn t look to a plumber to
i i l-l . J .
mend a broken heart! bhe I don t know.
Thev sav nhunheri are often wealthy." De-
! troit Journal.
I .."-" -
'There i an idea." exclaimed the owner
of pas stock as he pazod at the c!f '!: on the
wall. "That is a self-vvindinz clock. Whv
cot apply the -.line principles to gas meters?''
Every man in our neighborhood is made
better or worse by our example. L. A. W.
There 3 Lut one truth and ten thousand
falsehoods: hence truth ia easier to tell.
L. A. . Uulietm.
It i ?arier io live within our means tha
il u without thco L. A. W. Ualletin.
yelkTwiak waft. Itakggatra SSWSTKXwSmlSSSSk: '" i'-sH
wWkiaahnoataplaavkkMII m fcfct allamWtsatVfftaasiifcP iM ia . '. "MH1
ridinitT of aaaa. Wt kaa ksan was isr naaaj arwy bibssii . . - WWtM
diiftcl I by a rurlini;ton Itotite Aent) every
Wednesday from ht. i.otu and T'hursdaj
from Kanaas('ity and St. Joseph to Los
Anceles and S.m lrancico. The route is via
Mr Tke His Mete.
Algernoa In what aioath were yoa aw
Misi Keeae No mutter. The apprefriata
stone k the diunond. Jeweler's Weekly.
Deaxateaa Csmael Cmre
by local applicatioas as they cannot reach
the diseased portion ef the ear. There is
only one way to cure eeafaest and that -is
by constitutional reatedies. Deafaess is
caused by aa inflamed condition of the mu-
cous lining of the Eustachian Tube. When
this tube gets inflamed yoa have a rambling
wound or imperfect hearing and whea it is
sntircly closed deafness is the result and
unless the inflammation can be taken out
and this tube restored to its normal con-
dition hearing will be destroyed forever;
nine cases of. of ten are caused by catarrh
which is nothing but an inflamed condition
of the mucous surfaces.
We will give One Hundred Dollars for any
caso of Deafness (cansed by catarrh that
cannot be cured bv Hall's "Catarrh Cure.
Send for cicrulara. free.
K. JChcnoy & Co. Toledo 0.
Sold by Dnisfrists 75c.
Hall's l'amily Pills are the best.
AVhcn a Mnn Looks Sad.
If you should meet a man wearing a lone
pain-wrinkled thoughtful face nowadays do
not jump at the conclusion that there has
been a death in his family. He may have
staked a Klondiker a few months ago. Den-
Burning itthing frost-bite. Use St. Ja-
cobs Oil cure promptly. Cools the fever.
Nothing emi'? a worse odor th.m a tainted
reputation. Chicago Daily News.
v!t hevs been 5id of Americans xhsx they
&rc "ii ndtion oF dyspeptics)" and it is true
that f-cw are entirely Free from disorders-
of the digestive tr'&ct Indtdestion. Dyspepsik
Stomdch cnd BonncI trouble of Consti potion.
The treatment oF these diseases
with cewthartic medicines too. often &g-
v5.tes the trouble
THE LOGICAL TREATMENT
is the use of & remedy that will build up
the system thereby ert&bHnrt the various
organs to &ct &. Mature intended they should.'
bucn & remeay vouno tn ur YiiUiams PinK
Pills for PMe People Here is the prooF
In Dstroit there are few soldiers more popular and efficient than Max
R. Davics first crjreact of Co. II. His home is at 416 Third Avenue. Fcr
foury-arshc w.sn bookkeeper with the wholesale drug house of Famnd
Williams S: Clirk and he says: "I have charged up many thousand
ordcrsTor Dr. Williams' rink Hits for Talc Tcople. but never knew their
worth until I used them for the cure of chronic dyspepsia. For two yeai
I suffered and doctored for that aggravating trouble but could only be
"I think dyspepsia is one of the most stubborn of ailment"; nnd there
li "scarcely n clerk or office man but what is more or less a victim. Some
day I crt:d eat anything while nt other times I would be ttarviug.
Those dUlie'vici! pains would force nic to quit work. I have tried many
Irea'.acatSf.nd remedies but they would helD only for a time. A friend
inducer! me to try Vr. Williams' Pink Tills for Pale People and after tak-
iaft a few doses I found much relief and after using several boxes I was
cured. I know these pills will cure dyspepsia of its worst form tnd I am
pleased to recommend them." Detreit (Mich.)Jaurual.
Trc fjenuine pcukd.ge o.Uvo.ys be&rs the full name.
At oil druggist. of sent postpaid on receipt of ptue.50
per oox.by the Dr. Williams rnediune Co. iheneiUcty.H.
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SCALPING KNIFE TLUG
SLEDGE MIXTURE SMOKING
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IF YOU USE .
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a TRUST 01-
THAT "THEY LIVE
IhaT beea ! CASCABBTS Mr
Insomaia. with which I hare been atllctc far
over twenty years and I can My that CueMM
bare given me more roi lot than any othtr r
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cienJ them to my friends as bein all tacy ar
represented." Taoa. Gizxako Kiffla XLV
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can put yon In the way ot making 914. wlthoat te
lerfrrlnirwlth ivpil-ir occupation. fcra children aa
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