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The Moyie Leader Aug 17, 1901

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 I  ,r       I.  ���a '&  1  ts .,,.���.:. FOB YOUR  GO   TO   TUB  i��jCitriC rilAHM.VCV, l"ot>tunny Kotol i.l<]j?  }     * -   H  ' -1  . ', 3a��rSciiAIc?r, l'rpp,   r,clitlinfi;' Vrai;t;lf,%'.  ���>" .-*> ���    ��f^  'A.    >b:a  JI'-  aaaC  atf  n ts h fcs   m  Vi*  y i i i ,  /*  FBESH PLUMS, BAN-  anas, Oranges, Berries.  ' ,     LEMONS, 25cts per dozen at  ELMER'S  t;yo3L.4,No. is..  MOYIE, B. 0.. AUGUST 17, IDOL  BS'A YEAE  o  A  A  Jfe��S��And knockdown in-prices are now in full  k?4B8?*    " swing;  fi .:-/���%-SK FIRST HOUND.  lV'''*rf\,J-'CLOTHlN(>��� Fine tweed suits from $5.00 up, to $20.00.  V.  I/111 I  P? j'fpi-  WAPpy  itini (jui f/AliisD  .Such a Move Likely at  Northport.  LOCAL    MEvVS.  UTAH'S IF BNTBRPRISB  *?.H'  .. SECOND HOUND.  f':,    L . ^4  A'   P^^^ijisI^ERWEAU-���Full suits from $1.50 to $G,50 per suit.  ;���;   L'',2fe&��, ���" ���   THIRD BOUND.  P SHIRTS���Good flannel from 50 cts to $2.50.  FOURTH ROUND[ ���       y  PS From 25 cts to a No. 1 fur hat @ $-1.75.    ' '        ���    , -  ' ., F1KTU ROUND.  OT3 Miners'digging shoes fmnA^S.OO   to'',$I,25>    Fine'; slices  '' from $2A0 to $1,75,.      ' ''    , '  LABOR ' MAN     TALKS  .Father Coccolo U on a  visit   to   the  i,  coast cities. [  K J. Peltier was' in   town   Wednes- i ^8W  day evening   and  attended   the   liru-  nicn's dance.  Ju�� Frobus, the baker, has returned  from Fernie.  Jawmill Now in  Operation,  A  m  I'eason Why tlio Comyiuiy Will not Treat  "With the Union Men Who  Arc Out.  #  [-���the ,'same  time  the  visitors"will''"be  ^  shown tlie finest   display of Dress   ^  Goods ever shown,in Moyie.  r"        ��� ' ' '  value'ever offered -ia  East  Kootenay for  the  money,  A''      ��� early and secure a  front seat.      j'    ������  ���Al  Corpe  COMPANY.  ^.jcP.^.j**A&.A&.X*.^-^<^'^'^^-^''��2i^Zi " i����  �����?.j':*r^-!?-,^��-^Ssv��S^:^<.;��s��=o��S=^^v^^ ._fS-  sSL-tgi.^ *&?��&*  BANK.A'OF' COMMERCE  ���   r t -  j * < > y f  IL i  2Paid jUp Capital   $8,000,000; "'������  ROOK BRANCH. ,     ,     \   Hil'BEfit HAINES.. MGR.  A 1 W   X  *lv ���**���*' ���     N.'A. MacKexzh-i, Proorietor., .  ^H-fe '��� Hpteli for. the  masses." Everything First  I,"^^^iiTileVe^v:; respect;  ASanipie Koonis  for   :  i-.^rf      - '  Goinniercial Meii.  r   ������*  British Ooliimhi a  77t*A&fr.~JXr'  -iea'2aerg?��ti'r.  Wiiliam Bi.ickniauii 6tate labor com-  niisiioner,  -^lio arrived   'in   Hpolran"  froni"Nor_l)port  after  .-pcncling   three  days in linking over tin: -jtriko -of  the  riiiicltcr thf-re. s-iid :  , '���]   am    fully"  convinced    that    the  snudting cprpor.itioii   i---   woiking    to  rtduce wngos.    For that'reason, il refuges to'lreat wilh the   striking  sniel-'  tor men.    [ think the c 'iip.iny   plans  to drive out all (he late, employes,' who  in many ca.-As own tlit-ir little  home-,  at Northport.    Jly belief i.s  that- then  .-m inf'-rior 'cla��  of  lalnn-rd   will   'be  brought in, who will  bo   contented   to  woik j'.ji' less'wages.     lAenluuliy *lha  company will  ritn   a   coinpany   .{dr,-.  which will tako  iho   trade  A  all   the  t-mplovc;.." As a first ylpp  in   Ihi^   direction the company haj already  built  about 10 shack j  and   .some   boarding*  houses.  ",I found that (iiere arc about' 200  men working at the smelter. That  figure includes guards and olfice .crew.  From what I learned, about two thirds  of'the men who are imported refuse to  stay at work. ,   ���  A'T was courteously received 03'  Manager Kadish of the smelting company, wbo showed me over the works.  When I proposed to arbiitrato tbe  strike, however, he toid me that tho  company had nothing to Arbritrale.  He asserled ".hat the, company would  .not be directed by the union, and he  put particular stress on the wages and  hours, which he''said were the most  favorable to working men idund in  any smelter in the country.  ��� "He declared   lhat there Wt-re about  20 agitators in  V. tJtfSAU.JN'Ili'l.w    yroi>.  sample room in connection  with house for commercial men. 'Best  of accommodations  Headquarters for'..Conrimencla! and Mining Men;  QUHEM  AVEK-llt!, ��� .   ��� ~-_.     ��� ��� MOY113,   B. ('.  - '       . ^ "'   "  ib\*se..ar*jsp.Adr.s0'.s0ri ^^.^^.^^..^^.^^'^^'^^'a^.a^'^.a^a^a^^^.a^' _��!_;����_:__*___'  ^w5>����."^c.''>��>i*^44'>!ik,>��t��.\ >=tx'^V>l^,^V>^,^^->^->Vit*>^-^^,>��N*^^*N��<<v*>��>.'>!*.\ ,��u,^<*.,T^-'  ���L*    *  ���-What About Canned  ���>*>���������  Wp. harp unloaded.a car this week and have now' on hand a  'plarge3'stqck;m  TrT rATOE3-ADMhie;:E��r'tanJ^  *���*��� i..yyyy ,--y-: yy^'fy^-ryy: p ������a^;:-.  ', . ���������y'-,y'-ym-���:���:���:���������''-��������� ���yy:iyyyy-,y..:  ^V. X -BFAN S���aArtanvKed ';GroS^;v:;!  XNB iS-^FreOch, Sifted. Avlmersc    ,v  \��\'i RMAOTATOES���B'cfVcrr,  't. '2 ^CHES/-T-irtiuy,:B6lley.: a  t VSJ AtS���Tartan,:Oshawa;;.';:,.'  '���SITIE ALU VrS���T^rtan. .'    v  . V$! !'Hlt"XJS8-rGUiodwinicA:'. .A V,a'-:  y^f AWBEIiRIES���Tartai^ Aylni^r:  *7��E ^^ItASPBERRLEB--Tiirtatv'Ayl-  . . ;;,;   iriers.. ���   :?p.   .- ',��� ���  ^GK .'- ^ 'lUrfPliEfe:RlEa--Tar��an,  J, i.  ���"���'.  Bdllny's'.'r' a-"'.;���'.   ���:���'  K* 10, APPLE-AOhunks,  Sliced;   and  ���*     ��� ' Whole;  ;.a-a    ���    ','. "..'  p*    EBERBIES���Loggi'cs.' ' ��� '.' '  ��H��  SEBCRRrES-^-Bollev'rt. - a ���  v^ V'TON'BEBRlES--B'olley'd.    a   ;������  PM  li'KIN���DAhic.   '   - ���  ���B;AKED^  ,.:���;a'pv";!'.;,:���;:-:yi,_\ tduAio..saucb..:,,-A;'��� '���'.' :  pAciFiG:pARABUS.:V.^y y.^.y. ^};-':  .SABMON^Fjats'^rpra'riA'.; '���'.'A^r."yi:y  OLAMS-���-Ijoggie'A ;.! '���'���' ^. ���;.-'yi'\ y..'���'..,������'.  'icMM"'ciiowDi'iiA'';, Aa;���.-;/���;��������� '  ^ASTERS���CoyABiue.lAints. p \    ; ;  HEPiilNG^Aiichovey.p^lii'irnp  :ind  y\.'. "..'.;'.'"���'''"''���' .���'". V tri.niri'i'6 sauce.    A ";'���.  SOUSED MAClvRElA" ������"��� ;/?"V ���������,''  ^^TAVIA SHRIMPS.     .: y  ..';���;. A,  BOELl^SS���Turkey.;Ohickcn. -Duck..' ,  ENGLISH ::.13itAWN. ;'A      ;  PIG'S/FEET.':.���;,;';. ,A';A-'".: ;'.'l"':-���"...'.���  J.5.ICTi"IT���r-��Oni'u.a(!,',:)!.)il-!'Roa3t.-:' . ,,;a,  SARDINES���-French:'iyap'adiriu. ..���'.  LU^Oll'TONGllEi-rAexp... .   }     >   '...  CHIPPED BEEI?--~LibbyA       .;   .  DEVILED - HA Mv', ���    ' '  VIENNA SAUSAGE.  BOAST MUTTON.. . l;�� ,   ia ' A-    a  [POTTED���Chicken4A ^treV/ a'i'oi'  tlie union, whom his  company would never con'sent to- re-  .,,j employ. So long a3 the union de-  '8S j mand thcir'rc-cniploynicnl there was  W; no chance fi>r a set(ieni"nt. Lfe said  ^J4, th.it with the exception of thev;; 20 he  TO was willing to take back all the strikers.  I asked him wheth'er the strikers could  retain membership in theunion un re  turning lo work for him. ITc c-vuded  /|V I the oucstiou and said he wus not in a  "'"   position to yiv'o ;. positive answer.  "I saw the union men also, and  talked to (hem Tuesday night. They  claim that they have ample support  and moan to hold cut to tho End.  They aro supporting about 55' or GO  families ol strikers by mean."1, of orders  on stores. No cash is distributed. I  consider tho strikers a superior lot of  working men.  f;.; "Thev  arc   bobavintr  in   the    most!  Mifd McLeod and Miss Senate left  for Fernie Thursday, to remain.  Win. and Karl Eakin's father ami  mother.are .here on a visit from Halliard, Wash."        ���    '     -  I.  John R, Costigan of Cranbrook   was  in Moyie on business last Tuesday,  A. Dick, inspector of mines, was  hero tin's week and was looking  through the SL Eugene.  -Malcolm Grant, of the contracting  firm o: Grant & Sh'eady, led, Monday  tor tlie east, where he will visit for a  few week's. ���   ,  Chus. Biesel, acting nianagcrof tlie  St. Eugene, was in Rossland the fore  part'of thi? week.  Miss Ethel Bennett ol Kiniberley is  visiting with Mr. and lira, P. Di Hope.  ' X.-A. Buke'r of tho executive board  of the W. F. M. passed through Moyie  MOnday. on his' return from Ferine  and Blainnore. ,  Mr. Baker expects   to  -soon;organize 'u   Union   at   the   latter  A i'    "     �� '  place.      . ,  J.p. Drewry'left for the Great Dane  group in. the headwaters of the St,  Miry- riv.-r la-i Tuesday. This 'property w.i.-- purchased recently by the  Canadian Gold Fields Syndicate'; of  which Mr. Drewry is managing director. ,"  ���M. Mclnnis *.vas in town the first "of  the week.  J:-0' Peterson returned to  Spokane  ( ' .   0 A-  Sunday. ,    '  ,    Geo. Clothier, M, E., is   now   living  at IvOssland, ���  L.-M. Mausfield is now a^ent at  JafFraVj a station between Elko and  Feruie.  Mrs. Harper was in Craubrook yesterday. ---���'    . , '  The Hotel Kootenay is being repainted. >>  The Moyie school opened last  Monday morning. Miss,Lulu Crowe  is acting as assistant teacher.  0APA0ITY 40,000  FEET  The Mill le. One of   (ho   Most   Complete  and Itcst Equipped to lie X-omid     '  lu tho Country.  . This week theMoyte Lumber Co's.  Sawmill was put in operation and it L  now running in full swing.' Il is without a doubt one of the most complete  and best equipped mills iu -the country. The main building is ISO feet  long, 32 feat wide and two stories in  bight., It has two boilers of 180 horsepower, a Waterfon! engine of 125  horsepower, and (lie mill has a cutting  capacity of 40,000 feet of lumber per  day. 'The mill is also equipped wi,lh a  gang edger, a "lath and moulding  machine, and automatic carriers.  The location fur the mill is perfect.  Tlie'grouud is higli and,dry ami there  is an abundance of room for lumber  yards, etc., A spur' had*been, built  from the'railroad" and the-rails will be  laid in a short time, when the company will be ready for shipping their  lumber to any point 'either east or  west. ��� "  ,  The Company has thousands of acres  of timber close   at' hand," which" will  keep  the  mill  running   steadily   fori  years to come., ,  The resident manager of the concern is Mr. Sam Grant. He has had  many difficulties with which to contend in'getting his'enterprise started  but from now on it, will bo' smooth  sailing. Mr. Grant and his company  have proved a valuable acquisition to-  the town of Movie, and the people here  only wish the members of the Moyie  Lumber Go. will make liiiliio'ns out of  ihoir investment.       '   ���  iJr. IaIvcit., in TrouTjIe.  Dr. J. W. Livers,   who   was   in   the  drug business here until a short   timo  ago and who is now in the same   business at Morressy,  is   in   trouble.    He,  was arrested there a few days ago by, a  special officer  from   Fernie   wlio   was  acting as'a'detective.    The  wpuld-bc  detective approached Livers   and   told  him ho was iu a bad way  on   account  '������f a spree and would like to get something which would fix   him   up.    Tho  druggist gave him a dose  of a preparation known   as  Wambole's laxative  compound  in a  six ounce   bottle of  whisky.    The   result   that    he ,   was  arrested upon a, warrant charging him  with   the' illegal   "selling   of   liquor,  handcuffed and   brought into Fernie,  where he was,locked   up.    Livers was ���  formerly in the drug busines at' Kaslo  and it happened that a couple of  uicu  whom ho know.were at Fernie  when  he was brought in.    Tho  result   was  that    they  sneeedod  in    having    tho''  priraoner arraigned at once   before W.  R. Ross, stipendiary  magistrate.    Ho  entered a   plea   of   not   guilty,   and  was at once admit'ted to bail,    \V.   W.  Tuttlo being accepted as surety in the  sum of JjilOO'and the   prisoner  in' the,  .sum of fplOy.    Livers  is  a  certifi'ciite  member of the oharinaceutical associa-  tion of tlio province aud assucii claims  that he was within tho law  iu   selling  the six  ounce  preparation which, he  did to the' ofheor, as it was represented  to him that it was ior   medicinal  purposes, and in view of the prisoner's age"  and the fact that   he  was established  in business-the general opinion is that  the    police   oilicers weie unnessarily  severe in   the" measures   which   they  {adopted to bring him,to justice.   "It is  likely that' more' will be heard of the,,  matter when the case against Livars is!  disposed of., '"      '  Lost Four Jfiiigerd. l"  Dan McKay met with quite a aei'ious  and painful accident at tlie Moyie  Lumber Co's. sawmill yesterday afternoon.    The mill had  just started   up'  Dr. Ulffg-ins to Leave Moyic.  Dr. C. P. Higgius will leave Moyic  next Wednesday for Ferniej where die  will engage in the practice of his profession. The doctor has been a res!-'  dent of Moyie for nearly two 'yeafs.'  during which time he has been identified with tho progress of 'nearly* eveiy  enterpiise of the town. Pie is "a goo'^  physician, public' spirited, and - tlie*  town oE Fernie gains a good citizen' by  his moving there. '  Nothing has yet beon heard   of   (he J and Dad' was, working  on   the   edger  when he got his right h'aud caught in  the saw and had four of his fingers  taken off, He was brought to town  aud Drs. liiggins and Green dressed  tlie injured member aud he went in to  the hospital this morniug.  Dan has been veiy unfortuniito of  late, lie had just recovered from an  attack of typhoid fever and been work-  ing only a few days v/hsn the accident  occurred  men \7I10 held up S. A. Scot Hast weel:  Ii. J.'Turner, forhierly of Swansea  but now itinning the Victoria hotel  in Fernie, is doing a splendid business  aud has on6 of the best conducted  houies in that'tctv.n. Mcyie people  ahouldnot overlook' the Victoria when  they go to Fernie.   ,  Miss McAllister, of Cranbrook,�� is  vi-iting with Mr. and Mrs. Frith at the  Internationa,'..  1 ' l    l  Tne ice cream, social given by the  L'uhcsAAid of   lbs   Methodist  chdrch  '   Kitchener Is I<uclty.  Yesterday the payment of $63,00$  was made by a Montrealjsyndicate" to  C. P. Hill and the other owners of the  big iron mine near Kitchener. The  claims contain a very large body" of  rich hematite iron ore, varying from  50 to 200 feet wide, and it ts the intention of the syndicate, as far-as can  bd learned,,.to commence tlie' nianu-'  facture of steel as soon as the necessary  work can be done.  :'u'3 Mii'.ico a Success'.  <*   irirui!  The   dance   given   last   Wednesday  Monday tfveninS Droved a success both | e���Uinj> f��r lh" bc^  of -,hn   ^  socially and Hn.111ci.1llv. | fi''�� PnS&.]t> surpassed all expectations.  Messrs. Wilson and Murphy furnished  the muoic and J.   M.   Lindsay   looked  Mrs. Peterson and children returned  to Spokane last evoning.  '-   .J. J. Murphy received a new  lot   of  up tj,date clothing this week.  A meeting of  orderly manner. So far as I could see  there was no reason for tl:j guards  whom the smelter is maintaining. I  do not luok for any trouble between  the strikers and the .company. The  men .icem impi \-fcd wit.- tho idea  that they can only win their strike by  liiwiiil nic.ii]>:."  bet 11 called f-'  ins;.  3   fji'C   brigade   has  next Wednesday even-  ���.i-yiu." W.-iitT I'mic.  A'Tho work of hying  tho   witer  was be'.'.un tliL'v.'-'i k and   a   sr>od  ��� tion is alrcadv  P. Af,  icdona.u   nave  p.pe  X),;i--  JAsanlhier and '  cliaigc   (  L.-wis Ihomso.i, B. B. Scott and  R.ih'. RobsLii were out to Weaver  enek this week, to inspect a property  owned by Mr. Scott. Tho p'r(>]icrly  ii.-u' a cplcndkl showing,"  after the floor and did the culling.  The firemen wore neat and attractive  badges, and the grand march was led  by Fire Chief Bickers.  Tho members did some splendid  rustling in the sale of tickets, aud the  net receipts amounted to nearly HiTo,  which v.*iil be used for the purchasing  of fire hose.  Paul Corcoran I'ardonecl.  Boise, Idaho, Aug, 15.���Paul Corcoran, who wao sentenced to 17 years  imprieonment for complicity in. the  murder of James Cheyne during the  Coeur d'Aleno riot April 21?, 1899, was  today pardoned.  ' Corcoran was sent to the peniten^  tiary'for 17 years., Up. was received at  the prison J11I3 80,1S99, having served  exactly two years and 15 days up to  this time.  FOR RBNT���An eight, roomed  house. For particulars apply to Mrs,  W. C. Lacey.  Aios. Bader let1 -for Spol-.a:  iy to remain fc. r a wh.il c.  vi.vu_r-  U.o1  vf'iii ii-1' rr.-'.i>- ^vfffsic  .  h-'V. W. i,. Sheridan will  preach   m  the Odd Follows' h'all tomorrcnv  even-  :; atS o'clock'.  A J. Elmer left   this   morning  for  Pernio.  In  A.   Bo:  ���id, Cam j.be  1 S-.  In Gallon-Pie Fruits we are complete, and v-'Hl. be.pieasCd .to.  u quote prices, wliich we guaranAo will hs lower llian . nriciiu  a elsowhorA '''/ '     ... . .  " .,    .  ker^������-.'. '4iiTcV/';..'ITon'gue..jiJj'an ordinary   _;  n ��� 1  Cu's  i\ MHluW  Ciiucty   jar   filled  I ha- watt-r i.^ a l.orsf1  call d ant! wiii s(J.   u-  ���svent   to 'Cranbrook  S .iinnsiiii!>- .".loytc I^'kc.  The fete of swimming Moyic lake 'is  A-comij:_r (_-f common eecurr tnee  Only hist Wednesday it was swam by  three person-'. Eddio Cowan covered  .he distance in 17 minutes, Frank  Mo^ro in 21. minutes and a man named  Mccrcadv swam auoss and bail: in -lo  niinutt-s. All thice wero accompanied  bv boats.  3r<st:U CP"-otati<��iis.  Xevr York, Aug. .15.���Bar silver,'  58;i cents. Lead, price for miners  and smelters, M.:>7._ at the close. Copper, brokers' price, $10.50.  London, Aug .15.���Lead Xli 12s. (>d.  arunc craps Cncr-iM op T^nTAts powdcp  1  j liair.     1 tie jar is  i'tniin '.uitil   tcn'.or-'ow al '2 I'. o"ia:ek.  1 J.        , li  j if nt f:iat time the u i:r   '���,.���; ju".c\-'.  ���;'nia!cd and wi'Alc We  I'.'' ��� - " ,-'  j;l:i.';h.'i^ w;ll carry.>'f.tho l>OH,<.'.i   ;lp:  if  ica::"\iJ'.;n',i*.'ilAl''S !���"��� >'.. -', ���    A,.:t,  \l .y.  Last    Wedneiday     and     Thursday1  - i. the two holiest, day,--   eo   far   (hia  ic  ���K  II'.'  I. j  1' -  e..  . 1 -  a,.o  1  C3.I.Tin-, ���'  ���:ealiAo.  7 ,n;  ���'3".'A'V C'-irt. j wiii   ag-un  ,:A Rd J'ari'cll are ���-���r..1..-. ' luture for  A -'.Mill" :;l  Toj-nio T(miSIit.  j     (.:coi_jo White and Jim Burrows   are  ] matched for a :.0 round   glove   contest  1 Fciiiiu tonight.  Jack Filrgerald 10Ft thi.; morning 10  tteud.    -1. itf hkcly that Fit. Mid Cuffi  ir.atchetl   iu   the    near  ;ii  ,^   c  11  &.O  ilaectonaio  i.)Cir.  . ant  v ��� *-!-"  uAua  . -'.";: z. 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—^^-4*fM  M^w A THE.jamwtoERy. -PALE AND MM
COXiif'! ION '
lady Who Cures Her Husband oi
His Drinking Habits Writes
of Her Struggle to
Save Her Home.
Subject to  ir«-ad'»r-iwu    ii-    -
"'.auaciios,  Diznness  and
-    Heart   Palpitation,    Thev    Grow
.     Discouraged and Prematurely Old.
"I Ji,iil for a long1 time been think-
l,v- of <o ing'the Tasteless Samaria
' tVesi-ript ion   treatment     on  my  hus-
l^d /or hit* drinking habits,  but ..I
tf'atf,fli'raid lie would discover that J
vas giving him medicine,' ' and    the
thought unnerved me.   1 hesitated for
nearly a week,1 but) one day 'when lie
■cuiio" home  very  much     intoxicated
and his salary nearly   , all spent,     x
throw otr all fear ami determine 1 'to
make nn efTort    to     save our homo
" from tin' ruin I saw coming, .at   .all
hazards.     J sent'for your ' Tasteless
, Samaria Prescription and put' it'    in
" jij.s cotu-o as 'directed  next morning
and watched and prayed for tlie    result.   At noon I gavo him. more and
a!-,o 'at .siippjir.   lie  never   suspected
a tlii.');', and' I then boldly, kept right"
on giving'it regularly,, as I had dis-
covvred    something    that    set every
nerve in my body tingling with hop3
and happiness, , nnd-1  could  see ■ a
bright future spread • out before nic—
a peaceful,  happy  home,   a  share  in
the good things of life, ah.''atlenlive,
loving husband} comforts,  and everything flso dear to a woman's heart;
for my husband  had  told vaa     that
whisky was  vile     stuff and  ho .was
taking a dislike to  it... It was  only
too true, for before'T had given him
tho full course ho had stopped drinking altogether,   but I    kept    giving
' him tin' medicine till it was all gone,
and   thru   sent   for    another lot to
havo on hand if he should relapse, as
he luul done, from     promises  before.
lie ni-v.r has,, and I am writing you
this l'r.tcr to tell you  how thankful
I am.  I honestly believe It will euro
, the worst cases."     ,     'r     -
SENT FltEB TO ALL.'.—A sample
/iadv;i"o of .Tasteless ' Samaria IYc-
wript.i«in SENT FHEE with full par-
lirulars in plain scaled envelope. AU
letters considered sacredly confidential.' Address 'The Samaria Remedy
Co., 30 Jordan street, Toronto,  Qdl.
■    THE ' : \'
ffonrt GMtiaii Temperance Unloi
Prom tlie Review, Windsor,  Ont.
,  "L>r-   Wdlram.s',   Pi„k   rills is    t,
ical benefit,:'said Mrs.   Jt  K    Harris
a well known n-sident of Windsor  to
a representative   of   the Review   'recently. I   do     not   know  exactly
what my  trouble was; doctors seem-
«1    unable    to    toll    me,    though     J
thought myself it was  consumption.
1 had a constant racking cough   arid
a constant   feeling    of    languidness.
Aly blood scoined  to have turned   to
water,   and  I   was very, pale.   I had
a feeling in my chest as though some
foreign   substance  was  lodged  there.
J he slightest noise made me nervous-
1  was d.-iocted all the time and could
not scarcely do any household work.
1   tried medicines,    but, they did   not
help  me in  tlie   least.      Doctors did
not .seem able to help me or tell me
what  ailed me,    although   their  bills
'increased   with   alarming'rapidity.   I
grew so  weak,   and     so    despondent
that  finally,! decided to take a trip
to   Colorado  'to see   if a change,   of
climate    would    benefit    me.     While
co'nlemplaling this trip J read   in  a
paper    one day the testimonial  of a
person whos.- ..symptoms were almost
identical  with  my  own,   ,wiio     was
cured  by Dr.   Williams' Pink Pills.   I
decided   to'give  them  <. a! trial     and
purchased   a    box.   AVhen    that box
was done T got another,    and found
gradually that Iho'pills were helping
me.     ..The    trip    to    Colorado     was
abandoned, and T continued using tho
pills  until -1  had taken eight or nine
boxes whon I felt like an altogether
different    per.son.    J became    the picture of health, and felt it too.   It is
fcveral years  since  I ■ used  the  pills,
and 1 have
trouble.    1
Pink  Pills
grave, and
too highly
as 1 was."
It is  the
Pink  Pills
nourish  the
ous organs
.'i ii!cd
•'.'.It  I"!,'
I'M tl V
HoHmlriK Klley K« scm<m1 a. Ilnrsi
llrnrti'tl   Voting Jlan.
miu- liik-y,  the Tiaveling Thirst,
young   iium   who   had   just
t.he clothing
']    fr«;IH
inci.,.-ind span in a spring suit,
la; began, walking alongside the
man, ''1  trust yon won't consider
obtrusive, but"—
"To ihe dank virgin forest," cut in the
-pif'k and s)ian youth.    "Nothing doing"
"-m."Aaid the Traveling Thirst, "my
°nly hnrpi.se in presuming to address you
'■> lo call your"—
"Xow, look a-here," growled the young
I'lim in the new set of counter duds, pull-
»'K "» and facing the Traveling Thirst,
.vou couldn't panhandle me with a base-
liaJI -.-if if yOU i.c.!011.,..,] ,0 tiie home nine
and liad the top lia I ling average aiid
tliere were two outs nnd ihree mm on the
ha si's and you were up ,:niil trying- one of
fanious lmnls on the pitcher. s> No-
can panhandle rne. I'm a craggy
: port-on-. I'm a nonproducer. I've
always got ihe goods on me, hut I'm notorious for the habit of never giving .up
under any circumstances. It wouldn't
mo any if you needed a hooter so
you worf seeing purple hippo-
playing golf with fence pickets
I'd let you go right-on see-
,   ..       NEY PILLS.
not had,, any return of the
am positive DrA.Williams*
saved me from an early
J cannot recommend them
to those who' are afflicted
mission  of Dr.    AVilliams'
to  make rich,  red, blood,.
nerves, tissues and vari-
of fthe body, and thus by
reaching the root of the trouble,
drive disease from the system. Other
medicines act only on the symptoms
of the disease,'and when such medicines, arc disenntmued. The trouble
returns—often in an aggravated form.
Ifpy-Ow-want health and strength, <be
sure the full name. "Dr. 'Williams'
Pink .Pills ,for Pale People" is on the
wrapper around each box. If your
dealer "cannot supply you the pills
will be sent postpaid at 50 cents a
box, or six boxes for $2.50, by addressing _tho Dr. AVilliams' Medio'ne
Co., -Brockville,  Ont.
Letter from
Paisley,   Ont.,
Mrs.  Georgj Grant,
giving  par. titulars
a euro effected by "Samaria Proscription," resulting in its use and adoption-by tho Paisley AVoman's .Christian Temperance  Union. •
(Copy) ,°"
raisley, Ont.. December jith, .1900.
The Samaria Remedy Co.,
--  30 Jordan Street,  Toronto,  Ont.
Doar Sirs.—1 penned a,few lines to
you sonic time ago,—as a member of
tlio tunperancb cause, I wrote for'
informal ion;' at that time 1 had' in
my mind friends^wijoso son' was a-
g.vat cause of anxiety and trouble on
mvount of bis drunken habits. 1
Mrongly urg.'d the friends ,to try the
r. lM.'dy I saw advertised in the ' Toronto. Clobc. They did so. Jt was
Un- .Aunana Peiuedy . that was administered and I am pleased to in-
.furin the' company the medicine was
helpful; th.' young* man has not
drank a dr.op r.ince, breaking off from
old companions; and special pravers
on hi-' behalf, all aided in breaking
Uio chains.
At the last
T- .U. iiere, I
cine for Hi
AV.   C.
persons arc
ar dieted
,i i
intoxicating ."quors.
your noble work,  and
of  the
introduced your
in euro of the liquor
«-iMi a. resolution  was passed.
'""■Munch as it is tlie aim of this or-
Binii:\,nou Lo j]Clp ,ll0 pooi. in(.bl.i.1,Le>
Wo -should recommend this ivmedv
liomes where
lll(>      "SO   ;, of
■ Now,' sirs,  wishing you  a , successful
■ waiver. m your noble work,   and feelr
"8 tliat assistance can bd given in
Jim precincts' of homo by, the hand of
mother or wife, trusting God may
"l"'ii up useful avenues for your- la-
coi-s. Yours very respectfully,
-^ignvtl) - MRS,- GEORGE GRANT,
>»ii behalf 0f Paisley AV.. C. T. U.
^REE SAMPT^F. «■»"'Pamphlet giv
ntlbn Wi,^ - , ,T'",ingAEull inform
awl d m,vn no,ua^ a,ntI l^lco sent in plaii
IHO s \i'^?rCV fi"clos& So stamp."" Adhresi
,ttn bAMAl«A REMEDY CO., 30 .Tordau St:
a= — ^______    TORONTO, OntarU
• The Laiy, Stutiia Shnsr.    ,
■ "The shag is the laziest and most stupid form of life to be found anywhere
on tbe globe. It is an aquatic fowl,
with big, clumsy looking beak and with
a form something like the dodo, now
.extinct," said a western man. "I have
spent much time in-watching this fowl,
which is found in some of the shallow
lakes, and the chief point of interest
to mo, was the startling stupidity displayed. They generally squat on
.'stumps or logs iu the lake and watch
for the smaller fish that play around
the surface of the water. They are
fairly clever In catching what tfcey
.want, and they throw out their bill
with considerable precision when they
gig for' game. But they never get to
eat what they catch until they have fed
at least one nnd maybe more than one
member of another kind of water fowl.
"AATieuevcr a shag begins to catch
fish, a long legged, long necked water
hen will lake a place immediately behind him. When the shag lands a fish.
tho water hen simply reaches over and
gets it. Without any show of resentment and without turning around, the
shag will continue its watch for fish,
and tills Is kept up until the water ben
has finished a meal, and then. If no
other enterprising member of the same
tribe comes along, the shag Is permitted to enjoy the product ofMta own
sleepy efforts.
"I iiave on ono occasion seen on<» sling
feed as many ns three water hens before eating a sln.de fish, lt Is certaiu-
ly a singular display of stupidity, and
after having watched the performance
a number'of times 1 am convinced that
tlie shag is actually too dull" to even-
know that the water hen stands
hind him to steal the fish out of
you n;
bad lhat
for lirassies.
iin* 'em. I'm natm-jdly cru-el. Consequently, back to ihe unblazed path, and
Iui oh- quick!" i   - ,
Kunming Itiley, tint Traveling Thirst,
-flood with his hand on his chin in a rueful attitude during ihe delivery of this
little speech, ami at its wind up he turned
"All right," ho Paid. "I didn't menu
any -harm. I simply desired to inform
you (hat on the left shoulder of that ad-
inirahlyTuting coat you're wearing (here's
a largo yellow tag hearing, i» large, insistent figures, the legend, -t-Thiiteen dollars.' and"— "   ,
A blank expression flickered over the
countenance of the young man with the
freshly plucked glad rags.  ,.
."Say. is that right?" he inquired in a
low. liinliloi! (one. "Take it off. will you?"
"Sure Ihing.'' replied'the Thirst, and
then lie walked up behind tlie young man
and deftly'removed the tag anil exhibited
'■ "That's worth (he half to mo," said the
chagrined youth, laying the four lilts in
the Traveling Thirsi's palm. "1 was going Jo'spring it on my landlady in about
a half hour from now that it had stood
uie' $-M .oO, all of my two weeks' wages,
to cough up for this apparel as an excuse
for not coming to Hie front, with my little
'M>ard coin, and if sho had seen tlie tag
after I'd handed her that swift con.
tliore'd have been some vestibule language within tho quiet precincts of that
hoarding house thai 'ml have given the
houseful of rubbernecks the chanco of
':heirilives to stretch. Take the money,
ipy-bo.v. and may your'barrel house soupp
uicklo to tho s.uot.V—■ AA'ashington  Post.
Alberta Man Reports His Entire
Satisfaction With the AVorld Famous Remedy—Blood Disorder the
Cause , of His Troublo—Dodd's
Kidney Pills Have Removed it
and He jfs Thankful.
4J <fl<fHhr
frTU  Z&sns
/^^J^i^A/fuy jWMsCtfS^
weather man is  certainly   hot
Stations and Days.
Poncing in  hot  weather
D1<tke people feint.
is apt to
. of fellows    who  can   read    a
111 Preach, haven't  tho price.
mm wives find
l,l' a quarVel  than
it easier  to patch
to .darn socks.
liW'f Liniment Cures Dlpbtbeiia.
I was  cured  of   a severe   cold    by
Oxford, N.S. R..F, HEWSON.
I was cured of. a- terrible sprain by
Yarmouth, jN.S.       " :  ,   Y- A. A. C.
I was cured of Black Erysipelas by
Inglcville. - J. AV. RUCGLES.
Leave, from Canadian
'Northern depot—
Winnipeg vo Aforris.Ein
erson.St. Paul etcdly
5t Paul to Kinerson
Morri3, Winnipeg- \lly
\Y i i>.-ji_:eg i o KolnTi a
Miami. Bolr.ont.llart-
ncy & Brandon, Mon.,
Wed and i-'ri.    -   ''-   -
Brandon, Hartnoy, Belmont, Miami, lioland,
to Winnipeg, CTues.,
Thurs aim Sat.   -  -
Wirmi eg to Portage lo-
P. ana intermediate
s ations, daily e.< Sun.;
Portnge la P. and inter-|
lnedivte stations t.,
Winnipeg dly ex StrA
Winnipeg to stations on
Bc.avcrana Delta liraa
ches, Tues. and Thurs
Beaver and Delta br'ch
stations, to AVinnii-eg
Tues. and Thurs.    -
C/innipegio Portage la
1*., Gladstone.    -   -   -
Dauphin, etc., Mon.
Wed. and Fri.      -
Dauphin. Gladstone. P."
la Prairie, \» iimipeg
'  Tues.,  Tliurs. &   Sat.
\Yinnipeg to W'p'gosis.
Tues. and Thurs.   -    -
tVinnipegosi i to AVpf:
Mon. andl'Vi	
Winnipeg to Giand
View. ifon. and  Fri.
SraudVicw to Wi-'g
Tues. aud.Sat	
Dauphin to W'p'gosis
nnd return, Sat '..
Dauphin to Swan "River
Ss Elwood, Wed-.- —
El wood to Swan River
& Dauphin.Fri. .	
Leave from C. P. depot
Winnipeg to Warroad
Beaudetfco nnd inter-
m8:liato stations,Mon,
Wed., and Fri.  	
Beaudette, Warrond.etc.
to Winnlpcr. Tues..
Thurs. and Sat	
Gen. Supt.
Leave I Leave
.Going , Coin,'
13 CO
6.0> '
1(1.4 j
Blai'rmore, Alberta, July 22.��(Special)—Dodd's Kidney Pills s),re just a.s
well thought of in the- Great Northwest' as they are any place else in
tin; world. The people have confidence in them. They do as they- are
claimed to do.
Nor is the claim, a small one.
Dodd's Kidney Pills are claimed to
cure somo of the most dangerous and
deadly maladies that'flesh is heir to
and what,'is more, thoy do it! The
proof is positive. Thousands and
thousands of reputable people attest
For instance, every one knows
Bright's Disease meant at one time
meant 'tho sentence of death. .Does
it now ? Ask Arthur Colely, of Somerset, Man.. He was cured of Bright's
Disease, the la»st stages of it, by
Dodd's Kidney Tills.
■Dodd's Kidney Pills'will.cure the
lesser disorders cf the human system
arising from Kidney, Disease with
just as much certainty, and an even
'greater promptness. Of, these, Skin
Eruptions, such as' Boils and Pimples, arising from an impure state of
the blood" are not the most uncommon or the leasi. distressing.,'Dodd's
Kidney Pills, by improving 'life action of the kidneys, purify the blood,
and Boils and Pimples immediately
Walter IT. A'. Noble, of Blairmore,
Alberto, writes in this connection :
"I had been troubled with Pimples
all over my face, and Backache. I
tried everything lo cure it, all kinds
of medicine,  but failed
"I was told to frys-Dodd's Kidney.
Pills and did so at once. I got three
boxes of Dodd's Kidney Pills and
took one after every meal. They cured mo. They, are. the only things
that ever did mo any good. I will
always use Dod.I s Kidney Pills in
case of sickness and adviso all ..other
sufferers  to  do so.."        ' . •    ■
The message
thou '?"
to the collar Is
It isn't    worth
over an  ice bill.
while   „lo got, hot
Don't send for a doctor if you happen, to have cold in the ice chest.
If every
must  be  a
dog has    his  day.,,, there
lot    of dog days  to     go
There never -was, nnd never will b«j a
universal panacea, in one leniedy, for all ilia
to which flesh is heir—the very nature of
many curatives being such that were the
germs of other and differently seated diseases rooted in the syBtem of the patient—
what would relievo one ill in turn wouH ag-'
gravato the other. Wo have, however, in
Quinine AArine, when obtainable in a sound,
unadulterated state, a remedy for many and
grievous' ills. By its gradual and judicious
use the frailest systems are led into convalescence and strength by ihe influence which
Quinine exerts on nature's own restoratives.
It relieves the drooping spirits of those with
whom a chronio state of morbid despondency and lack of interest in life is a disease,
and,'by tranquilizing the nerves, disposes to
sound and refreshing sleep—imparts vigor
to the action of the blood, which, being
stimulated j courses throughout the veins,
strengthening iho heaithy animal functions
o'f tlie system, thereby making activity a
necessary reBult, stiengthening the frame,
and giving life to the digestive'organs,.which
naturally demand increased substance—result, improved appetite. Northrop & "Lyman,
of Toronto have given to the public their
euperior Quinino AArine at the usuar'rate, and,
gauged by ,tho opinion of , scientists, thli
wiuo approaches nearest perfection of any in
tha market.   All druggists sell it.
Fall Directions For (he Discovery of
Til In Sort of Iii(l!vitln.il.
I read a fable some lime ago. It was
about a "piker." But it seems to me that
the writer did not understand the naturo
of the prehistoric but recently classified
piker. He says a piker 13 a man who
has all his goods in his' show window.
The statement is faulty in (three respects.
A piker is on no occasion a man, he has
no kooiIs and no window. , ,,-
A piker is a fellow who plays a two
call five sort of a game''nnd frequently
edges a nickel' to change his luck. Ho is
the fellow who says, "Put up for me,"
and. along in the stretch of the same
breath reminds you that you aro his debtor Jn the sum of twenty odd,cents.   .
(Adam was tlie first piker! He would
uot,steal the apple, but ho.,very willingly
helped poor Eve to eat it, and it's a safe
bet he split the fruit.) '
He will regale you for hours with opinions formed upon Denver on a one day
stop over ticket. He gets a severe .headache when he takes, a lady to a "European plan" restaurant.' , It Is ho' from
whom . you first learn that, ."standing
room only" tickets to the opera company
are all gone. Ho thoroughly enjoys a
week stand minstrel yhow with "ladies'
night," but honestly lacks conception of
classical music of high histrionic art. He
can't see why he shouldn't be a two time
winner when he entered the-2:20 class'
with a straw, collar and chain tugs.
A piker is a fellow who's .been up
against it—ma; who's seen things—with
pa; who's .been around some—around
The fpllow who is always' waiting for
something to turn up.is a  piker.    He's
afraid to turn over a rock looking for an
opportunity for fear that he might find
something injurious,' never once considering   the   effectiveness   of   a   rock,  under,
such   circumstances,  nor  does   he'figure
lhat he would at least be one rock *head.
There are pikers in every line' of business  and every  place of pleasure.    The
fellows who beat the wnter-witha fishing
p.-)le and-want  to go home because iish-
v\-<nft,_bite;  who set  tin? hack  fever on
a rainy dance night; who-tell you they'll
see   you   through;   who   "stag"   it;   who
drop   in   wbiie   you   arc, doing  the' good
to a number of friends at a soda fountain
anil remind you of Something,you wanted
U>  forjret;   who  tell  you   that' thoy • don't
need   the money  just  now; who  wonder
how Johos lives and wliere Higgins gets
his money; who are conservative or common, according to the financial thermometer;   who lose   a  frame  of  billiards  and
tell you they did, so purposely to lighten
your expense; who will borrow, but'"won't
'ond iu a game; who .won't ailyertise, because every one knows thoy are in business;  who won't  support  the^ ball   team
nor tbe churches—they are all'pikers.
- The first step which identifies this'individual   is  "telling  the  teacher;"   next  ho
reveals your confidences; then he knocks
on you.    A  knocker is a inossbuck, and
mossbacks are pikers.
A. Talile of tlie   Hour, riecUoningrs  ot
i.    All  XiifioiiM.
The difficulty of appreciating the difference in time that prevails between
different countries Is very general, and
the following list is printed for the purpose of a ready reference guide by
which to calculate the time of any occurrence In another country. All nations except Spain. Portugal and Rns-!
sin calculate their time from the meri-
di:m of Crectiwieb. accepting as standard some even hour meridian east or
west of Greenwich.    For, instance:
Western Kurupenn time, or that of
the meridian of Greenwich, is legal in
I-higland. Belgium, Holland and Luxemburg.
Central European time, or one hour
east of Greenwich, is legal In Germany,
Austria-Hungary:? Bosnia and.Herzegovina, the Kongo Free St-.kte, Denmark",
Italy. Servia, Sweden, Norway and.
Knstcrn European time, or two houi'3
east of Greenwich, is adopted by Bulgaria. Ilouniania, Natal and.Turkey in-
Europe. ■     ' ,
Eight hours east of Greenwich applies io the Philippines.       '■   •    »
Nine   hours   east - of   Greenwich   Is
adopted by central Australia and Ja-■
Ten hours east of Greenwich is official in Victoria, Queensland and Tasmania.
Eleven nnd a half hours east rha9
been adopted by New Zealand. ■
The United States. Canada and Mexl- .
co  have adopted  the  fifth,  sixth, seventh and eighth hours west of Green- •
wlch.        a, ■ i
The Hawaiian Islands adopt the meridian of IO1/. hours west. ■   ,
In Spain tbe meridian of Madrid, 14
minutes 45 seconds west of Greenwich,, is legal; in Portugal, that of,Lisbon, or 3G minutes ?/,) seconds west,
and in .Russia, that of St. Petersburg,
or 2 hours, 1 minute and 13 seconds
east of Greenwich.
A'DINNER PILL,—Many persons suffer
excruc.ating agony after partaking of a
hearty dinner. The,food partaken of is like
a ball.oE lead.upon the stbmuch. and instead
of being a heajthy nutriment it becomes a
pbia'on to tho system.' Dr. Parmelee's Vegetable Pills are wonderful correctives of ■
such troubles. ^They correct acidity, open
secretions and convert the food,,partaken of
into healthy nutriment. They are just the
medicine-to tako it-troubled with indigestion
or dyspepsia.
Minard's Liniment Cures Distemper;
Nearly 10 per cent, of those who
have won the Victoria Cross arc military and naval  doctors.
At  the end   of     Juno     the
forces  of the Commonwealth
tralia   wero     declared    tol bo
men and 10,000 cadets.
of Aus-
(51 ,i?23
The cost of maintaining royalty in
Great Britain entails an average
expense of threepence upon each citizen of the kingdom.
No,Maude,  dear, there is no excessive heat from a mountain range.
"I hear .Tones is dead, and it
only yesterday that I met him. ■
you know what was the matter
"Milk, cucumbers and beer.','
, Thurs
jSTcll_Shc's U-flighty, sort  of girl.
Bello—Yes;  the fellows say .ahe's
Thomas' Ecltctric G il should bo used ^by
persons troubled wilth atlections, of the
throat or lungs, sores upon the skin, rheumatic pain, corns, bunions or external .injuries. Tho reasons arc, that it is speedy,
pure and unobjectionable, whether taken internally or uppliod outwardly.
A rolling stouo may gather no
moss, but'-after all, moss has yery
little  commercial value.
S R.   Marin, Owen  Sou-id,
iindEast, Via'bakcs,  Mon
and fcab .i	
Tues , Fri. and ta un........
Moiitrff.d, Toronto.  Sew   \orlc and
cast, via nil rail, ihiily...
fiat     l'orl-igo    and    intermediate
points, Mon., W ed. & i *-.
Tue<-, Thurs. & Sat  ......
Rati-   Porlii^c     and      ■.'.'.Tcnnedi-ite
■points. Tui>s.,Th. rs.nml bat	
Sloi:.,Wod. nnd b"rl	
Moi.son, Luc  Dii Uonnet  and   inter
mediate Poic'.*. Thurs onby........
Po'-tHi-p la I'r.-ii ne, Hrnndoii, C:il£;ari
Nelson and all Kcotcr.c.y and Coast
points, daily •••.-•■,,••••••••••-,.:••.•'
Portage la I'l.iino, Kra'idoii, and in-
tennwliato points, daily ox Mm....
Portage ^ pra nyBSimd?^M,?»n%
jawliiid intci-mediate points  diulj
ox Sunday  • ■'• 'i'-A'A;,','
Ghfl ;tono. Neop.wa, Mi'\"°r<£. t." * ,d
Intermediate points, >..uly c>,.fani.
Slrnl Lake, Yorfctoni nnd -jnterinccli-
nte points, Mon., Wed. and. Irl	
Tuok Thuri., OTaS^unlay.......
Ra-.)td    City,     llamicta,     IhnoU.
Tues., Tliurs- and bat... —»	
Mon., Wed- and In.-. ;'-'.v'
Mordon, Doloraino nndiiuei'ineiliiue
nnr,wc , ctniiv-ca- *.niu
N-m   to * Alameda nnd i ntorm'-diatc
NpSint3 'Mon., Wed., Thurs. & Sat,
Moi'-, Tucs.,T1hii'S. and I'd ..■...-
Glenboro, Sourls,  and intermediate
noints, daily ex Sun... .........
N.l;.inlca,,Mclita, Alameda nnd into
mediate points,   Mon., U ed ,  iui-
Tues-, Thurs. and Sat..............-■
1       '     -   •--   -—-"-■ nnd mte>-
Vll'l, fcstlt •-•'
7* Ton.     ,.....■«••••■'•••""
7 .in
■ 7.80
IS 30
18 03
is. jr.
in. c
Lovo  is
down  the
and yet- lovers  pull
The rich consumptive's coffers won't'
keep him from coughing.
Some doctors would rather stick to
theories   fhancbuild up' a pructice.
Gen. Supt-
Gen. PaS3. Agent.
Ohbokic Dkiianoemksts of Tun Stomach,
Livek and lh..ooi> are speedi y removed by
the active principle of the ingredients entering into tho composition of Parmelee's Vegetable Pills. The?e pills act sp cific.dly on
the d crane ed organs, t-tinuilating to action
the dormant energies of I he system, thereby removing di.«e> se nnd, renewing Jifo and
vitality to tlie afflicted. In this lies the great
secret of the popularity of Parmeloo's Vegetable pills. ,
■How's Tliis?
We offer On.; lluiulied Dollars Reward ior
»ny ca-^c of Catirrh that cannot be cured bv
Hall's'Catarrh Cine.
K  J. CHEXKY & CO.. Props , Toledo, O.
We, the under-s'gucd, have known 1\ J.
Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe lihn
.itrfe&tly honorable in .ill Miaintss transactions,
and fin nehilly nblo -o earn' oefc any obligation
made by their firm. '.
Wkst&Tuuax,\\ hole^ale Drupgists.Tolc'do.O.
WJlI.UING,    .KlNNAX    &    MakVI.N',     Wholusalr'
,  Druggist;?,-Toledo, 0.
Halls Catnrrb Cure istukin internally, acting directly upon the blood mid jnt.c.us surface-; of the system. Price, 75e. per- bottle. Bold
by all dm eg >-is.   TesilmoulAls free
Hull's Fumily Pila are tho be,t,
An interesting experiment was recently -made by a Frenchwoman.
With a view., to testing the sustaining" powers of chocolate she lived upon that for sixty days, and lost- but
fifteen pounds in weight in tlio interval.
New English words, are constantly
being made to fi;l the needs of modern inventions. To give some'.idea
of the tremendous growth of the
lang-uago, the -words and phrases tinder the letter A have increased in 50
years from 7,00 j to nearly 60,000.
I owe no ,m'an a penny, said he
proudly. They gazed on him with
wondering admiration. No man on
earth ? The only two persons to
whom I owe money arc my landlady
and washerwoman !
Tatcnt needles .ami
to the number of 175
pins are made
different vari-
Wigg—Is  she a professional  music-
ian ?  p A  -' '". ■
Wagg—Well,  she professes to  be.
Some women, entertain for- .the
jilensure it gives- them 6f not sending invitations to some other women,      , ,."■■'■•        ';.
Nell—So far aa style is concerned,
he is a perfect goose.  .
Belle—Yes; he still persists in wearing duck trousers.
Minaifs Liniment Cores Colds, Etc.
The total
(.■rot service
cost  of the .English   sc-
for 1900 was only $05',-
ITe  who   talks     of  the.- unalterable
laws of man is nn unalterable fool.
Tt was a sultry afternoon and the
teacher of a geography class was endeavoring to got a. few good answers
before closing  the lesson.
Now, boys, th-.- word 'stan' at the
end of a word means 'place of.'
Thus wo hnvo Afghanistan, the place
of tlie Afghans : also Hindoostan,
the place of the Hindoos. Now■,-■: eari-
anyono give me n not her example?
Yes. sir, said tho smallest boy:
proudly ; I can. Umbrellastan, the
placeATor umbrellas.
The town oMvasso, in Sweden, has
a female contingent in' its fire brigade.
ITc that lacks money, employment
and content is without' three good
We are in need of a few  reliable AyeDt*
throughout the country to handle our
For particu
Good profit and quick  Bided,
lars address
313 MhIii St., "V\ Innipctf.
£"   '■• ■•■ ■"•
Pre* and easy expectoration, immediately
relieves and frees tho throat and lungs.from
viscid phlegm, and - a medicine that promotes this is. the best'medicine to use for
coughs, colds, inflammation of the lungs
and all affections of the throat, and client.
This is precisely what Sickle's Anti-Consumptive Syrup is a specific for, and whore-
ever used it has given unbounded 'satisfaction.' Children like it because it is pleasant,
adults like it because it relieves and cures
the disease.      p
Conceit may puff a
is not a good prop.
man tip, but. it
When you face a difficulty never
it stare you  out of countenance'.-
Mink's Linimenl Cures Gareet.liCovi
"That dull Tiliss Whigs doesn't seem
to have'a particle of imagination."
"Yes she has: .she thinks she can
"■■'•   ®®
Everything for the
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