Cleveland County Leader. (Lexington, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 48, Ed. 1 Saturday, December 1, 1894 Page: 4 of 6
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I tia-l a stroke n( piinilyrif, ardtlie doctor sold
I woald di'1 A friendgavoin® ubattloor Uoorl 4
mil I bad taken 11 bot t les I
M II <a^ysv5^
able to do my1
a in oh well to day kh c
bu expected. I am fflad
to give II'MXl'S etiTBIipil- \*V*r
rilla prui-•: I cannot ^
iwimiinl It t> <> Wglily." Mm Jmi Djiin,
ll>,1 His, m ancle. lwl. Get only linen .- .
puVk^f Bid&vX¥SrgUKu 00
| Thf wirt 5 fair trardons. tho rich lush car Ions.
Which no man planted, anil n • man tills,
! flielr strcnu seeds drifted, their bravo bloom
| Noar an\i far o'er the vales and hills
I Sip ths been from their cup* of swoetness.
| Poisos above thorn the wild frco win
; And night and mom from their doors are
The droams of tho tunes that blithe hoarts
| The wavini uarrten^. thofra:rant jrardoni
I Tliat tons in tho sun by tho bro.il highway,
Growing tojother, «or<o and hjather.
j Astor and sroldcn-ro 1 all tho d iy
I Popple< darU with th ) wim of slunbef
I l)aisie< bri.'ht wltl tho look of diwa
i Tho uentian blue an 1 the 101' year throu ;h
| Tho flowers th.it carry th-.j *o.moni 0 1
I And tho dear old pardons, the ple.isant
! Where mothe*- mod to potter about.
i Tyln,' and pnllinr. and sparingly cu'.lln?
And watchltt^ each bud as it* flower lau hoi
I Hollyhocks hero, nnrt tho prince'1* feather.
Larkspur and prltnrote, and llllos will to
Sweet werothidoir old f.ishlonol nr.Ion 1
Where wo kissed tho mother, an 1 said,
I income was a mal1 ono. but my mother I father the day after his arrival, an act ]
managed It. i of attention which delighted htm. He !
Mv mother wax one of tho sweetest I bohaved most generously—ho gave
and mohit gracious of women, loved by ; him u chock for tho poor, a chock for
evoryono, tho coiil of generosity and the church; he promisod to assist with
kindness, sho nover raised her voice, I some alterations on which my father
even to the boys. She was essentially , had set his hoart: he inquired after son.rBeo.nt
a motherly woman, and tho hoyB were ! the number of children at tho vicar- (
tho pride, tho dolight, tho torment, [ age, smiled when ho hoard there were [
.111.1 joy of her life. She was well- j six boys: ho wus-and we all liked
horn well-bred, a lady in every sense ; him best for that—most amiable and
of tho word, she could make pud- agreeable to our dear mother: ho
dings and cakes."darn stockings, and | spoke of his wife, said the journey
vet in the druwin" room sho had all had tired her, and that she was not
i tho graces and sweet statolinees of an quite well-but there was a curious
accomplished lady. I may mention tightening of the lips as he spoke of
that tho boys' wardrobe was something j her.
Tho next day was Sunday, ana wo
wore all interested, knowing that wo
should hoo Lady Latimer at church. I
need not say that our family pew was
a night to 1k3 romomberod. Nino
TH E WONPE R WORKER
NEWS AND GOSSIP OF SCIENCE
entloiiH In the Lsbor
Having Line—An Excavator for Use on
Klver Hanks—The Harmless Smokei—
fearful to behold, but my mothor tin- (
There was no affluonco. no luxury
in our house; and, indeed, there was a
j difficulty in making both ends moot.
Lady Latimer's Escape.
HY <11 VICI.in li ht Bit IBM H
Bzamltistl n and Advice a* to Patentability of
Invention. H«ad for " inventor*' Gjtld^or How to 0<d
a 1'atent* fATSISI OTAtttU. WASkMOTM, D. C.
1 used Ely's Creum I
Balm for catarrh an,I
have received great ben-\
tfit. I believe it a safe
and certain cure. 1 >
pleasant to take.—W ni.
Eraser, Rochester, X. V.
ELY'S CREAKS BALKS
Opens n<l Osnsrs «hs Na«al Pa«sog< a Allay* Patll
relict at ouco.
1'ato is Against Some People From the
Cradle to the Grave.
"Chance 1h the law of wind and moon and
Hut we were vorv happy, very loving, I healthy, happy faees ornamented it.
devoted to one another. There wus ; 1 sorry to add that the conduct of
i no quarreling. .. terrific light among the inmates was not always above sus-
I the Imivs did nol always mean a quur- ! I'M™. If Hob looked particularly do-
rel. There was no sellishness: there j vout, or Archxo collectod and calm, I
is no such school for learning self-do- j knew that a diro catastrophe im-
! nial and self-control as a largo family. ' landed. It is not in boys nature to
About two miles from tho vicarage remain quiet for moro tlian ten min-
| stood Iho grandest mansion in the J ntos, if for so long.
county, tho residence of Lord Latimer, 1 1 am ashamed to confess with what
I tho greatest man in the county, and it longing of impatience we awaited tho
■ was called Lorton's Cray. It, was tho coming of tho Lortons Cray party to
wonder of our childish lives. A mag- j church. Hob, who excelled himself
nilioent mansion, with thick, gray, I 'n wickedness that morning, was busy,
1 And vet 1 think loit Love hnd von been true I ivy-covered walls. It had been huilt ' could see making a caricature on
Somn Boldoii fruits VjJ riponod tor your , in the reign of Queen Klizabeth, and | HnB side of the leaves of ills prayer-
I plucking I held every beauty of the architecture | l ok. Archie was making a desperate
I of that period. Tho rooms were all j effort to become possessed of it. Mil-
L'reat windows: I between tho two bellurer-
You will not Hnd In *ardens that nre nev
Many years have come and gone In ! ]ul.,r0 ami i0ftv with
... i: t . . it.; .... ... f..i f ^ .
my life since this eventful one of which
my story tellw. My name i« Audrey
Lovel, and I am the oldest daughter
of tho Keverend Archibald I-ovel. and
Millicont, his wife. The Heverond
Archibald has l>een for many yours
vicar of St. Hubert's church ut Kind's
l^orton. lie liven in a beautiful, old-
fashioned vioarag-e, just outside the l iM;vH that, they wer
town of King's lx>rton, a house sueh dav afterward. The picture-gallory
as you son in illustrated Christmas an- ran the w^0\e length of the house, and
niials, with gable ends and great HOme priceless paintings. Tho
stacks of chimneys, and great win- portraits of tho Latimers for many
dows with pleasant seats in the deep jrenerations past hung there, with a
bays. '1 angle of roses aud jasmine ; jjne collection of modern paintings,
cover it in the summer; in tho winter Tho drawing-room was a magnificent
there is a wealth of green holly. A apartment; wo held our breath as we
tho floors and staircases were all of j ™ts, had a terrible time of It, and ,
polished oak; the ceilings painted, the looked ready to cry.
entrance hall a marvel of stained- j I had lUHt restored order when they i
glass windows, with a magnificent eatno. I saw something that looked
groined roof to mo like a vision of grace and lovell- j
Once or twice in our lives we had "ess floating up the aisle of the old
been allowed to go through this house. <'hurch. 1 saw rich silk and velvet I
It produced such an impression on tho sweep the ground, priceless laco fall
OMAKE A TRACK-
ed negative fit for
use, Dr. Mietlie
Place the broken
negative, the film
of which must be
intact, film side
down upon a metal
plate which has
been heated so that
it can hardly be touched by the hand.
The break is then covered with Canada
balsam, which readily melts and fills
up the cracks. To give the negative
inore stability, a large piece of the
Canada balsam is put upon the center
of the back of the negative, and a clean
glass plate the same size as the nega-
tive is laid over all. The melted
balsam spreads out evenly, the excess
being squeezed out. After cooling,
the plates are still further fastened
around the edges with strips of Sheplie
The Harmless Smoker.
The design shown in section in the
illustration, which has been recently
patented, has already been introduced
to a considerable extent, the object of
the device being to break off and cure
Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov't Report
aIi.rti.-io 1.ai.t.u.-Hijtp. ri;uu.triUn.Hs:«re ; large, old-fashioned garden surrounds sU)()1i on threshhoid; even
■r.rintfTniERti.uWarren siwt. N «'rort. |*h®re kind of^tree grows | Archie collapsed—they wore
Tho Largest Manufacturers of
PURE, HIGH GRADE
OCOAS ANO CHOCOLATES
-^on Uiia Continent, lure ncoIt*
fh>m ths great
ndosirial and M
Europe and America.
VtiHkr the Duti!«l'rocr .ro AlV«r
it their nr*po«jll#ii .
pure and kolublc, and fw'i Iru than one cent a cup.
SOLD DY QROCERS EVERYWHERI.
WALTER BAKER*CO. DORCHESTER, MASS.
^ " COLCHESTER
DEST IM MARKCT.
RENT IN 1 IT.
DBS I IN W K A RIM 0
Tlif <mter«trtnp nolo vx
tends thf whole lenytii
down t-> the heel, pro-
teotlnv the hoot In dlf
Itinir aud in
■■ith Inferior eouds.
(OMUK^TKIt Kt'ODbllt CO.
W. L. Douglas
$3 SHOE NO EUUEAMNO.
♦ 5. CORDOVAN,
FRCNCH& LtiAMELLCD CALr.
1 $ 3A°F0LICC,3 Soles.
• LADIES •
SEND FOR CATALOGUE
W L.« DOUGLAS,
lou cnt: Buto money by wearing the
W* L. Douclan 03.OO Khoe.
H.-«rnn*r, w nr« tlie Urrr«fc rnannfaoturpri o
tfcUfradeoffhncalQt' ow« ' t,o: -lru«rante«. thel
vaJuo I y i ..rnpluK tlirt u.. o und price on tin
bottom, '"lil ^)«rut«rt you n «!nst hlph prices ni
tue ml'ldlcman'a pn flti. Our c<iukl cuatoc
work la ftyl«t m? fltttnR and wearing quailt 1m
Wa have them gold cvirvwhere i tl. w«-r prlceifoi
(hn valueirlvi-n anv other make. Tak-i -> null
•tltute, ;. yuur dealt r cannot fcupply you, wo can.
lias Justly -quired the reputation of being
Tho 5alvator for
I TSI VALIDS
and flower blooms. A bright, minny
orchard lies boyond that, the gates of
which load into the clover meaiow,and
at the foot of the meadow runs the
clear, deep, beautiful river Linne, the
loveliest river in England, and tho
great torment of my mother's life, for
tho boys were always coming to grief
over it, either skating when the ice
was not an inch thick, or nwimmlng
when tho current was too strong
rowing when the wind wuh against
them lihhing and falling head-first
into the stream. Tliut river was the !
ono blot on my mother's otherwise
My father, not l>eing by any means
a rich man, was blessed with the
umial large number of children. He
was heard to say, despairingly, that
I he should cease to count them after
the numl>er of seven was reached.
I \W were nine in all. Six hearty,
healthy, hungry boys, and throe girls.
1 was the eldest. Then came tho
eldest son, certainly tho most terrible
; boy in the world. My mother used to
l say of him, "Bob is all a hoy." and
that means a great deal. Archie, tho
second, was not quite his equal in mis-
chief, but he had every desire to 1h
so. Willie, the third, was a quiet,
well-behaved boy, who lived in con-
tinual fear of his two elder brothers.
Then eatno a sweet, fair-haired little
maiden; it was rest for one's eyes to
look upon her. Sho was called after
our mother, Millleent. Then three
moro hoys, the sole object of whoso
ex is ten oo seemed to l>o eating ant',
noise, varied with skirmishes of all
kinds, carried on in all places and at
ull times skirmishes that almost
made my hair stand on end. Then
came tho last, sweetest, fairest, and
ln'st, a wonderfully fat, lovely baby
girl, named Trotilo; tho roundest,
prettiest baby ever seen, worshipped
by the family, adored by the boys.
'•The boy a!'1 Does any sympathetic
reader know what that moans? If
you suddenly hoar a tremendous crash
like the roar of artillery,or a great up-
heaval liko a tropical earthquake, and
you ask in alarm, "What is it?" the
inevitable answer is, ••The boys." If
there is a rush tip and down the stair-
case, followed by sudden shrieks, un-
earthly noises, succeeded by silence
oven more terrible, and you ask,
••What Is it?" "The boys." Any un-
expected explosion, any unforseen ac-
cident, any unthought-of hap, had but
one source, "the boys."
Yet how we loved them, and what
fine, manly fellows they were. But
they wore tho very torment of our
lives. How they enjoyed luring that
unhappy little maiden, Millie, into the
most unheard-of situations. The only
one they held in supreme awe was
llaby Trottie, who ruled them with a
rod of iron.
A large, happy, healthy family, ami
at the time this story 0|sms I was just
eight'en. I hud. thanks to my father's
Insistence received an excellent edu-
cation, and was now sup|>osed to be
helping my mother.
Being the eldest riaughtor I had eor-
tuln privileges. 1 had a dear little
room of my own. the window of which
overlooked the green meadow ami the
I lovely brimming river! I had the
silent for some , in lH!1'fumpd fol,ls- jewels S'loam her0
an 1 there: in tho breathless silence
the soft frou-frou of the rich silk was
I did not see her faco until she was
seated in tho pew and all the excite-
ment incident upon their coming was
over; then I looked at her. I loved
her that first moment: I have loved
her ever since, and I shall love her
until I die.
In rfhat words can I tell the dainty,
marvelous bouuty of that fair young
face, the perfection of its features, th j
loveliness of its coloring? It was tho
less. It was all white and gold.
There was no color except tho rich
bloom of the rare flowers that stood in
the jardinieros; tho hangings were of , ,
white velvet and white witin ombrold- perfection of fall- un I brilliant beauty
civil with gold; chairs, coiii-hes, I A low white brow, round which
lounges tho same. From the large ! golden rings of hair clustered, shining |
windows there was a superb view „f S rings of rich, rare gold; dclicate, level
square of fountains and
the square of fountains and tli«
green of the rich foliage beyond.
'11)01*0 was a spacious banquoting-
hali. a cozy dining-room, a library
that was unequalod for its size, a
morning-room opening on a rose gar-
den. The great state apartments were
in the eastern wing. There were in-
numerable pretty little rooms, in-
numerable pretty nooks and corners
in the old house.
the tobacco habit. This is accom-
plished by means of a delusion which
"user (ti the weed"
It was a house full of surprises; tju, (.^v Recentl
brows, dark, beautiful eyes, a mouth _
that seemed at once all good and all , does not deprive th
sweetness, a delicate chin, perfectly of the pleasure of smoking but does
molded a face that, once seen, could | away with he evil effects of the habit,
never be forgotten. i Will, it, one smokes a cigar without
("to bk contim'KD.I ! drawing any smoke into the mouth or
• 1 —1 ! down into the lungs, and is at first so
A reaaant'i Uoltlen Find. deceived by the effect as not to distin-
For centuries it has been the belief jruish the difference. A rubber bulb,
of the common people of Genoa that (\ js in free communication with a
treasures were hidden in the bed of ! chamber. D. in the base, with which
the Poleavera, a stream that runs by | the stem \\ is connected, and by draw-
An Unkind Interruption.
♦•Yes," said the lady lecturer, "wo-
men have been wronged for ages.
They have suffered in a thousand
"There is one in which they never
tuffered," said a meek-looking man,
"What way is that?" demanded the
"They have never suffered in si-
And then the lecturess demonstrated
beyond a doubt that he was right, in
her case, at least.—Alex Sweet, in
The Place of Torment
Of bilious people is chiefly in the region of tho
lirer. but with the extreme discomfort located
there are associated sour stomach, yellowness
of the skin and eyeballs, morning nausea, an un-
pleasant breath, furred tongue, sick headache,
and Irregularity of the bowels. For each and
all of these unpleasantnesses, Hostettier s Stom-
ach Bitters is a swift and otfreeabl® remedy. It
in greatly preferablo to any vegotable purgativo
or drastic mineral cothartlc. Such pseudo-spe-
clflcs usually do more harm than good In ina-
l rlal complaints the Uver la always involved.
For such disorder, as well as for rheumatic and
kidney trouble, nervousness and debility, Hot '
tetter s Stomach Bitters is a benign remedy.
Physicians strongly commend It for Its promp-
titude and thoroughness, and professional ap-
proval is fully Justified by public experience
during moro than a third of a century.
Will Work Wall.
Mrs. Strongmind (a few years
hence)—I presume you are glad that
your husband has been nominated?
Fair Guest—-Indeed, I am It's just
like old times, before we were mar-
"In what way?"
"Fie knows I have a vote and he s
just as devoted as a lover."—N. Y.
A Natural Result.
Superintendent (moodily)—We will
have to abandan our trol'ey to Branch-
President—What's the matter?
Superintendent — No passengers.
The people living along the line have
all been killed.-—N. Y. World.
We offer $tOO reword for nnr case of
catarrh that can not be cured by
He watched her bitterly whi'.e she
ate the double porterhouse steak with
the usual side dishes.
You have no heart," he observed,
quietly, but with terrible earnestness.
"Sir," she exclaimed, her lip curling
He shrugged his shoulders.
"Look," he said.
Making a rough estimate of the vol-
ume of what she had eaten, with a
small allowance for room for lungs,
he showed her that he must be right-
Christmas Present* Free.
With the first cold snap comes
thoughts of the holiday season, aud
how to get the money to buy presents
for friends and relatives. Christmas
presents may be obtained entirely fr a
of cost by drinking Lion coffee at d
then mail the large lion heads cut
from Lion coffee wrappers to tin
Woolson Spice company. Toledo, Ohio.
Their list of presents comprise a fit e
assortment of pictures, books, a Unite
game, etc., especially a fine picture
"Meditation," mailed in exchange for
eighteen large lion beads. Besides
getting these presents you also get
the finest coffee in the world by using
Lion coffee, sold only in one pound
packages. If your dealer hasn't an
Illustrated Premium List, send your
address on a postal card to the firm
Chicago liutchcr—I've been handling
so much pork today that I never want
to see another piece of it.
His Wife—I should think you would
get sick of it. Well, come to dinner.
Chicago Butcher—What have you
His Wife—Some nice roast pork.—
Piso's Cure for Consumption cured a case of
Pneumonia after the family doctor ^ave up all
hope.—M. F. McDowes, ConowiDgo, Md.
Wifey—My dear, whydo you always
wear that expression of intense weari-
ness on your face?
Hubby—Because I can't wear it any-
where else where it would have the
same effect on vou—Town Topics.
our brothers, we
tho run of tho
"In fact, It would
v fat In
library, a prlvilej
or I loved and e
its simple dvti
i.mi NT for the
( T!< n of INFANTS md
0 Ft EJM
it i i continued Ffvtrs,
e remedial agent
1 enteric diseases;
estiva organs were re-
and sensitive condition
IAL UKAM'M was
hmctit the stomach
when Llf:l: seemed
t v. uid be ditlicult to
where it was least expected one would
find a large window with comfortable
seats, a lonely little room, a door
opening on to a quaint staircase that
led to the grounds. Then, all over
the place there was a perfect wealth
of ornaments, the accumulated treas-
ures of long generations—and the Lat-
imers had always been very wealthy.
Tho grounds were magnificent; the
tin" old trees, the beautiful, undulating
park, tho lovely fairy dells where vio-
lets and cowslips grow, the matchless
terraces, the broad marble steps that
led from ono to the other—it was all
When we came from our last visit,
r.iy young brothers looked at mo with
contemplative, solemn eyes.
••Androy," said Bob, "you will be, I
think, good-looking. I hope you will
remember your brothers, and marry
••A brother-in-law with a hous
that would suit mo," said Arohh
"Of course, as
should be oiler*
house,'1 said Hob
doubtless is* thrown open to un.
How little I thought, whll<
teased me an 1 enjoyed themselves
over this future brother-in-law—how
little I dreamed of what was to be!
Lord Latimer had not been to King's
Lorton within my recollection. The
hous* was beautifully kept. There
was a faithful old housekeeper, Mrs.
Heath; an ancient butler, who seemed
to be part of tho place; and plenty of
servants. Everything was kept in
readiness; no matter when or how the
old lord might return, he would have
found everything prepared for him at
any moment. For some veal's there
was no mention made of Lord Lat-
imer's return; all at onoo we heard
that he was coming back, and bring-
ing with him a young wife.
"A young wife!" cried my mother,
when she heard It. "Why, that must
lie impossible; that must be untrue;
"Yes," replied my father, incau-
tiously enough, considering the hoys
were all round him: "but then he Is a
very well-preserved man."
And the boys sj ent the remainder
of the day in trying to And out what a
"well-preserved" man was, and then
making caricatures of him.
The news of Lord Latimer's mar-
riage and return spread like wild-flro
over the country; nothing else was
"It will be gool for us and good for
the |HH r," said my father. "Lord
Lat imer is very generous.
But I noticed one thing my father
never spoke of any other quality of
the earl. He was generous, and ho
attended church regularly—two line
arter, in dig- I jng on the latter the suction causes
ing for sund in the bed of the dried sufficient collapse of the bull)—
up torrent, came upon hidden treas-
ure, of which, so far, coin of the faco
value of 60,000 francs has been found
and the supply is not yet exhausted.
By the Italian law half of this go vs to
the state and half to the finder. The
value of the coins is far beyond the
which is shown in collapsed form
in the picture—to create a par-
tial vacuum in the surrounding smoke
chamber, B. This draws the smoke
through the small end of the cigar,
placed in the tip, A. and when the lips
are opened in the natural way the ex-
sum mentioned. Many of them are j pension of the bulb forces the smoke
rare and of great artistic value. They out of a valve, E, immediately below
are chiefly gold and belong to the the nostrils, but no smoke comes out
period between 14(50 and l.OoO; that is, Gf the mouth. It ia impossible to get
the reigns of Louis XL. Charles VIII., any nicotine in the mouth by smoking
Louis Xll. and Francis I., and are j in this way and cancer of the throat
all either'French or < eno?se. The
Genoese ducats are specially rare and
will fetch high prices. The search
for treasure is going on under police
Some very interesting exercises in
swimming cavalry took place lately on
tho ( abul river at Poshawur. Tho
Thirteenth 1>. C. O. Bengal lancers
have been practicing their horses in a
large tank in their lines and on the
river for some time. One squadron
took cover along the river bank and
kept up a steady lire to protect tho
par-sage of the other squadron, who
placed their arms, accoutrements, and
clothes in lanre country boats, and
conducted their horses into t le water.
Some horses seemed to thoroughly en-
joy themselves In the water; others be-
came unmanageable through fear.
However, the opposite bank was
reached and war paint resumed, and
the squadron was with most creditable
rapidity taking measures to protect
theircomrades, crossed In like manner,
lie Wat a Villain.
Friend—Well, Eliza, how do you
like your husband?
Eliza He is a villain.
Friend—All mon are; but what has
Eliza You know ho was a widower.
Well, I found out that all his love let-
ters to me were copied verbatim from
the ones he wrote to his first wifo when
they were courting.
Friend—Well, 1 wouldn't mind it.
He will never send you any more.—
and similar troubles caused by smok-
ing are simply out of the question.—
A New Motive Power.
A suburban tram car line leading
out of Paris, France, has been the
scene of some interesting experiments
in propulsion. 1 nderneath the body
of the car are steel tanks or reservoirs
filled with air with a pressure of about
one hundred and fifty pounds to the
square inch. At starting the air has a
temperature of about 300 degrees
Fahrenheit. This passes into the mo-
tor that furnishes the power. The
consumption of air is about thirty-five
pounds per mile on grades,and twenty-
four pounds on level srack. The
weight of the reservoir is the main ob-
jection to this form of power.
An Excavator f r Cue on Klver llnnk*
The illustration represents an ap-
paratus of simple construction de-
signed to be especially effective in
forming embankments along river, etc.
The driving engine, on any suitable
flatboat, is connected by gears and
readily operated clutches with two
drums on which wind the ends of a
rope extending outward over pulleys
held in a suitable framework on the
rear of the boat, the arrangement
being such that as the rope is wound
upon one drum it is unwound from
the other. The rope extends from the
boat up tho embankment and passes
ing that w«
coverv of t
loverjr of Coal In America.
) strong reasons for beliov-
aro indebted to the early
sionarles for tho tirst dis-
oal on this continent. In
lmI to lo
id and t
mi one motnet
l him his \
. as an angel
gold, and he
McFarland's "Coal Regions of Ameri-
ca" I find the following: "It is a re-
markable fact that the tirst discovery
Of OOftl in AncTica, of which an ac-
count has been preserved in a printed
I took, was made so far in the interior
as Illinois, by Father Hennepin, more
than 200 years ago."—St. Louis Re-
A IMacrltiilaatlnt «b *rvar.
"Those two men seem mighty badly
worked up," said the messenger boy.
)ld lord had
tin I her
If ti 1, they
dr a* the
as not to
>ming upstairs bad
ics an' threatenln't
i do ono
r f th
■ I) R U(i(l! ST S. shipping Or pot,
)HN CAR! n & RONS, Nfw York.
any great extent, they were very war\
in turning corners, lest he should
spring upon them suddenly, aud u pe-
culiar shrill whistle was tho*signal for
clearing the ooa*t : it meant that lie
wa'i coining, ana that summary Justice
might l>e expected. My father was a
well -bred gentleman, an I a uph nlkl
scholar; he s|>ent the greater part of
Uis life in writing and reading Hm
no saU i
loving and n
ma le u dlffc
is it?" asked tho book*
"Naw. I thought they wus fighters,
lut I guess they're only pugilists."
«.ue«tloual le « oramenilutlou.
Sunday-School Teacher I omray,
vliat did Cain do to his brother?
First Hoy lie betrayed him.
Teacher That was wrong.
Second Boy He killed lu.n.
Teacher That was right. Truth.
over pulleys in a suitable framework
held in place by anchor ropes, the
framework being of sueh description
that It may be shifted to new positions
along the embankment. On the up
and down runs of the rope are at-
tached branch iopes connected with
shovels or scrapers, and when the
engine is running, the operator, by
means of shifting devices which throw
one drum out of gear and the other
into gear, causes one of the scrapers to
he drawn up the embankment and
I automatically dumped, while the other
era per is being returned to be tilled.
Thus the scrapers travel In opposite
direction, and are alternately tilled
emptied and returned to their place of
i starting. " ' ~ *
F. J. Cheney & Co., proprietors, Toledo,
bio. . _ _
We the undersigned, have known F. .T
Chaney for the last fifteen years, and be-
lieve htm perfectly honorable in ull busi-
ness transactions and financially ablo to
carry out any obligations made by their
West & Truax, wholesale drughists, To-
ledo, Ohio. „ , . , ,
Waiding, Kinman A Marvin, wholesale
druggists, Toledo, Ohio.
. Hull's Catarrh cure Is taken internally,
acting directly upon the blood and mu-
cuous surfaces of the system. Price, 75
cents per bottle. Sold by all druggists.
Hall's family pills, 25 cents.
In the Year 1001.
Head of Household—Alfred, dear,
your biscuits are very good this morti-
Young Husband (coloring with
pleasure)—I am glad to hear you say
Head of Household—Still, they are
not quite as good as papa used to
A Child Fnjoys
The pleasant flavor, gentle action and
soothing effects of Syrup of Figs,
when in need of a laxative, and if the
father or mother be costive or bilious,
the most gratifying results will follow
its use; so that it is the best family
remedy known, and every family
should have a bottle on hand.
Ticktaek—I never keep books at my
office. I carry all my business in my
Jimerack—I understand now what
you meant when you said you were
going to wind up your business.
If the nahy is Catting Teeth.
Tlstnre nd un that old and well tried remedy, Mrs
Wuilow'1 BoolHinu BTRi-r for Children Teethlng-
Tteneiiterf the Imputation.
I Rinks—Hello, old man. where have
I you been for a week back?
Winks—Been nowhere, and what's
j more, 1 haven't got a weak back.—
| Ti nth.
Clara—My fiance bet me last night
I that he could tell a bigger «b than I
' could. I took the bet. and he said
! that he had never loved any one but
j I.aura—A pretty good lib, wasn't it?
| Could you beat it?
I Clara—Kasily and utterly. I told
him I had never loved any one but
him.—New York Herald.
You no doubt have several friends
ic other States who might be induced
i to come West if properly approached.
There may be ono or two dozen of
| them. Nothing better than nicely 11-
| lustrated folders, with appropriate
map*, and text prepared by somebody
' whose only interest in the matter is to
) tell the truth.
If you will send to (ieo. T. Nichol
I son, O. 1*. A. Santa Fe Route, Topeka,
Kans., a list of persons who would be
' interested In literature regarding Kan-
1 wis, Oklahoma, Texas, New Mexico
,ir California, he will take pleasure in
mailing to each one an assortment of
folders, pamphlets, etc. They are
free. Santa Fx. Route.
i Magic Corn Salt*."
nr money refunded. Auk jr«mr
iru<Ki t for it. I'i
Dora—Were men so very scarce at
the resorts this year?
Clara—Awfully. Every man I ac-
cepted was engaged to a dozen others.
Toe'a C'ouKh Ilnlaam
! the oldest and 1.-st, H will break una Cold auk*,
er than anything else, i la always reliable. IrylU
He—I feci completely prostrated. I
wish I were dead.
She—Well, why don't you let me
send for a doctor?
women often feel
the effect of too
balls, theatres, and
teas in rapid
them worn out, or
the cud of the sea-
son. They suffer
smile and good
spirits take fliglit. It is time to accept
tne help offered in Doctor Pierce's Fa-
vorite Prescription It's a medicine which
was discovered and used by a prominent
physician for many years in all cases of
female complaint" and the nervous dis-
orders which prise from it. The "Pre-
scription" is a powerful uterine tonic and
nervine, especially adapted to woman's
delicate wants for it regulates and promotes
all the natural functions, builds up, invig-
orates and cures.
Many women suffer front nervous pros-
tration. or exhaustion. Awing to congestion
or to disorder of the special functions. The
waste products should be quickly got rid
of. the local source of irritation relieved
and the system invigorated with the "Pre-
scription." Do not take the so-called
celery compounds, and nervines which
only put the nerves to sleep, but get a
lasting cure with Dr. Pierce's Favorite
44 FEMALE WEAKNESS."
Mrs William Hoover, of Btllville,
Richland Co.. Ohio,
writes: " I had been
a great sufferer from
' female weakness ;'
I tried three doc-
tors; tliev did tue^
no good : I thought
I was an invalid for-
ever. But I heard
of Dr. Pierce's Fa-
and then I wrote to
him and be told itic
just how to take it.
I took eight bottles.
I now feel entirely
well. I could stand Mb8 Hoover.
on my feet only a short time, and now
all my work for my family of five."
wIC I1ITA lH'MINKHfl HOUSES.
yfl. 4*22 PmiglMd Vf.
nt Sfrond llHiid llookt
t lUid of the Daltona."
ID the State. Send l.
I I RICUflD 205 MAIN STREET, " In
J. fl. DIoHUr, i aIN I S. (JI.ASH and Wall
I'*l>«r. Write for Price*.
GET M&RBIED , " ;
n • Haj and MtlUtuffa '
Rht and Sold
n . . h10don .v H1UDON, Soil
num.. ■Ii.ralnil WKLL
Hll.l.s, IIW>RlULIO i
Mothpr—How In It that you get «o j
many liad marks at school'.'
Little Johnny—Well, the teacher |
has (jot to mark somebody, or else
folks will think she ain't attenditt' to
her business.—Good News.
Loving Wise—Hut, my dear, why do
they call it a stag party? N. U. Vin«o!4, Vol. 7—13.
Fond Husband—Well, you see, mj ... . „ .
dear there generally a little game of [ When A'..wertne Advertisements Kind
at nr, him k j Wnrid ly Mention Thi Paper.
aome aort there.—N. Y. Woria. / r
Howell & Chase Mac*iinsry Ci
Ml 7 I'lilnn Av i<iic.
KANSAS MTV. MINIOIIRI'*
i-n to full.
rthest part *
mow ha ft
r f Kov
u any watch dojfs
-No'm, but Wf'Tf got
• alarm *tlook roosters.
Know all women
that there is one rheumatic, neuralgic, sciatic, and all-pain
remedy, as harmless as water, and sure as taxes—It is
St. Jacobs Oil—used by everybody-sold everywhere.
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