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Saturday, October 9, 1897
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WOMAN'S DELIGHT, New cloth redlngotes nre trimmed Witt bands of embroidered velvet. Flaided and shot silk Rusislan blouse* •will be worn with English serge skirti throughout the autumn season. Gray gowns and gray skirts of hand- dome material, with pretty silk fane; •waists en suite, will be worn all the season by both macron and maiden. Very pretty models for small shoulder capes are brought out, some of which have the long, graceful stole ends on the front that fall low on the dress skirt. Some of the very smart fur garments for the coming season have a frilling ol rich lace arranged inside of the collar, with ruffles to match at the edge of the flaring sleeve cuffs. Soft, beautiful tints in reseda or mignonette green, in rossigaol or nightingale, roarraotte, a pretty ashes of roses shade, in doe color and reindeer, are among the fashionable colors In autumn fabrics. The newest busque bodices lire still short and vory dressy in effect, with odd, funojr fronts innumerable and jauni;y, basque or postilion backs, the lower edges tabbed, •laihed, vandyked or cut in circular shapt to §ui6 various tastes and figures. A number of oloth cnpes for eariiy autumn lup across the front ![iko a double breasted oont and fasten with two or throe large, handsome buttons. This style of oape has small revers also, and is slightly pointed front and back and ruthor short CD the sides. Parisian designers seem to be taking ipeoinl delight just now In ribbon trimmings of all kinds, and among other put- terns bright tartans are madu use of on gowns of eoru and flax colored cashmeres and etamines, and gray and fawn colored Barges, mohairs and silk and wool reps. Tho deep rich Cleopatra colors will nil be in marked favor this autumn—the tawny golden browns, russets and the ohaudron or pinkish copper tints, mixed with other dark dyes, also muny fruit and loliuge shades, and particularly tho velvety reds and yellows of the wallflower and nasturtium.—New bfork Post;. CURRENT COMMENT. The work of compiling the United State* census of 1890 is injuring completion. If we mistake not, the work on the census of 1880 Is all done.—Kansas City Journal. The size of the fish stories this year indicates that the campaign lie wlil be coming along presently with the determination to break the record.—Baltimore American. "Now let cotton knock the ball over the fence," says a Kow England paper. Not now. Cotton is now in the field, yon see, and will be batting later on.—Galveston News. Probably Paul Revere would have been •taggored hnd ho anticipated that Boston would ouo day pay $340,000 for a site for • schoolhouse to be named in his honor.— Boston Herald. A celebrated musician plays Kipling's "Vampire" OK the violin. This is eminently appropriate. A violin's merely a board and a bow acd a hank of hair.—Atlanta Constitution. A scheme is on foot in New York to purify Coney Island. The only way to do that would be to knock the props from under it, and let it souk in the oco;in for a few years and then leave it submerged.— Denver Pose. At the request of the president of Honduras the president of Guatemala bus es- lied a former Honduras official who was suspected of plotting a revolution. Evidently theru is a presidents' trust in Central America.—Buffalo Express. Now tluit Stephen Crane, Richard Hard- Ing Davis, John Hay, Bret Hnrte, Henry James and Harold Frederic are nil settled across the Atlantic, The Chap Book is perhaps justified in observing that the literary center of America is London.—Spring- Hold Republicim. THE PASSING SHOW. STONE AND WOOD. Tfc* itamp tax on stocks would yield j •eraetblng ni*» if applied to laughing ; Mooki.—Philadelphia Record. Japan's mild flirtation with Spain will not be followed by any international wed- dlngi.—Baltimore American. Progressive euchre has been abolished in Montana. That is a country of biggW game.—Cincinnati Enquirer. Thar, one armed bandit who held up a train and took $4,000 must have had hi* hand full.—Cleveland Leader. The effort to organize a coffin trnst 1» said to be a dead failure. The promoters didn't put enough life into it probably.— Philadelphia Ledger. The wrongs of the uitlanders will speedily be avenged. An American company has a concession forgridironing Johannesburg v/ith trolley lines.—New York Tribune. The world mast be rapidly growing better. Moody declares that the three great temptations are the trolley car, bicycling and the Sunday paper.—Council Bluffs Nonparicl. Secretary Wilson thinks tea can be ene- oessfully cultivated in some portions of this country. Any country that can produce hay can produce as good tea as Born* that we get from Japan.—Detroit Journal. France has appropriated $20,000,000 for the exposition in 1900. This sum does not Include the $75,000 which the World's fair company owes Franco and which it would rather owe than see Prance lose it,—Chicago News. It is In Scotland that the proposition bns been seriously made that cows b« [orced to observe Sunday by denying them one meal, thus enabling the owner to skip one milking. This surpasses any idea of tha seventeenth century Puritans.—Buila lo Express. The Collierville (Tenn.) Star says that when an old subscriber died the other day, Isaving 14 years' subscription unpaid, the •dlbor appeared nt the grave as the lid wai Being screwed down for the last time and 'put Into the coffin a linen duster, a thermometer, a palm leaf fan and a recipe 'or making ice." THE PINK OF FASHION. * fiTmndftome *nd ftoomy T>weH« Ing—Coat Mod«r»t«. [Copyright. 1897, by George Palliser. 32 Park place. New York.] In designing a home the first thing that ought to be considered is suitability; the WOMAN'S DELIGHT. Odd effects, combining featnres of fancy abort skirted jacket bodice and slashed bolero, appear upon the newest gowns for autumn wear. A very closely fitted sleeve with a crisp not e sll « hwst «»P« best able to produce a harmony of this , . kind is essentially the roost snccessfnL The overskirt continues to put in claims Avoid fads and srick to the historic styles 1 for f f vor thls seasoD ' aild models Pointed rather thsn to the conceited ideas that i 1 ?_,!? e1 .« .* D l q ^ lce tt L lon « as th e under- lead to oddity and the so called picturesque- Bess that so often means nothing. That which is good can never fail, and constant working over always makes it better, Tha •rtist who Can only do what he calls "clever" work is narrow and the victim PERT PERSONALS. Dr. Jameson hus returned to South Afrl- cn, but is exorcising groat care not to walk on uny Transvaal grass.—Cleveland Lender. IQ the absence of other arrangements Emperor William could do well by forming an alliance with his subjects.—Milwaukee Sentinel. Pnpii Kipling is now promenading o 1 nights \vitli a g»g, a gronn and n yank of hair. But that is another story.—iXaw York Press. M. Fnure has escaped several bombs recently without having to pay a cent for clerk hiro. How this must gall Unolt) Russell Sage!—Ciovelnud Lender. Tho nnnouucoiiiutit that Mrs. Lonse is going to Klondike sooms to be a scheme of those who arc trying to prevent such a rush for tho gold mines,—Council Bluffs Nonpareil. It is stated that the new German em- baasador to this country is a doctor of philosophy, a diplomat and a duelist. Ho is certainly entitled to the distinction of a D. D. D.—Cleveland Plain Dealer., To all inquiries about the platform upon which John L. Sullivan will run for mayor of Boston U is enough to sny that tho thing will bu about 20 foot square und well roped in.—San Francisco Chronicle. This summer one can have gowns o sheer materials made up as ornate or a; simple as one desires and still be wholly li mode. Gainsborough hats and Marie Antoinette fionua or Louis Quinze sashes are worn with many of the beautiful gauzy dresi toilets uf the season at various fashionabl resorts. New designs In rich silks, woven botl In this country and abroad, show marvel ous effects of shading flowers and foliagi OD opal tinted and similar beautiful back grounds. Blank point d'esprit silk net 3s ID greai use both for making wholly new toilets and waists and for freshing gowns anc bodices of black satin, moire, taffeta, in dia silk and grenadine. At a recent evening churob wedding the bride wore a gown of rootiaseline de sole, made a la JIarie Antoinette over white satin, her bridal veil caught Up with diamond star at one side and sprays of orange bloisoms and white rosebuds at th» other. Leagues of Ince of every beautiful pattern and texture are used on summer gowns, wraps und millinery, and among some very elegant dresses of this description lately worn was a very notable one of black chantilly, made up over pale golden green satin. Midsummer millinery has lost much ot its bold and erratic appearance, and some of the latest French models nre made of •white neapolitan or chip, with delicate garnitures of white lilac, or white violets, maidenhair fern fronds in shaded velvet, long, slender white wings and loops of mousseline de soie.—New York Post. ORCHARD AND GARDEN. HOME NOTES. Kettles should bo washed as soon a you •re through using them and not be allowed •to stum! until cold. To make glue waterproof, a cabinet maker says, soak it in wuter and then malt it iu linseed oil tiiao has been hented. A good knifo ohould never be used for Btirrlng pot;tsoes or other vegetables when frying, as the hcnt destroys tha temper of tho steel. In either hot or cold weather the windows should bo open at night and the house thoroughly ventilated at all times and seasons. Mix n teacupful of pounded plaster of paris with double the quantity of oatmc.il And a small quantity of sugar. Strew this on the floor or near tho chinks in the •wainscoting, and it will exterminate roaches. Coal ashes are usually beneficial to a clayey or oloddy soil. Poultry for tho plum orchard and hog» for the apple orchard is a good rule. Cut off and burn all twigs in branohe* of plum and cherry trees affected with black knot. Tho larger the summer and fall growth of the strawberry plants the larger the crop of fruit next season. There is no advantage in growing a fruit tree tall. The top limbs are ape to grow slender and break oil. Stimulating the grapevine by animal manures makes it grow until late in tha fall and the wood does not ripen well. Tho best and most profitable- pruning of the raspberry and blackberry is that which Is done by pinching back during tha growing season. After tomato plants have reached a fair size they may be pinched off. This forces out side shoots and gives more flowers and fruit.—St. Louis Republic. COLLEGE DEGREES. JEWELRY JOTTINGS. The English coach who taught Harvard the English stroke got the degree of M. A. As the orew came in lasf, this shows appreciation.—Baltimore American. Politicians are obtaining an uoasnally large number of honorary degrees thia year. Are less deserving men receiving the degrees, or are more deserving men fill- Ing the public offices?—Boston Journal. A small Wisconsin college has given to fceoretajy G.a£e the decree of LL. B. IBb {fage Das Dee* A sucoessTOi oustaess man, ! but what in the world has he ever done to j earn the title of doctor of laws?—Phlla- SECOXD FLOOR FLAN. delphia Bulletin. orth s}de and ig convenient to all points. With all duo respect to the culture and . There are good closets and a pantry suitability of men holding high official station, j ably fitted up. it is grievous to see our "colleges and unl- Xhe second floor has :Svs good rooma. varsities conferring their highest honorary ! atK j cJ, era are four good actio rooms. Tha degrees on so many of these officials as cellar is S feet high, the first floor 9 feet 6 such. This is not what these honors are ( inches, the second S feet 6 inches and the for.—Boston Herald. j attic 8 feet, all in the clear. The finish of the first floor and stairs is of oab, and the THE SWEDISH PHILOSOPHER other parts are of cypress and whicewood. The frameworfc is sheathed and shingle finished. This makes one of the most cozy, comfortable homes ever built and is to be commended where room is needed PERSPECTIVE VIEW. of his own caprice, seeing nothing good In the work of others and never being seriou* in any one's conviction but his own. He imagines he sets the fashions, and vainglory and egotism become his portion. Such Is the faddist. He is, howerer, fast dying out. He has hnd his day. The present hard, practical tiroes have no further use for him. It is the serious men who nre now looked to for results with economic ends. The success of nil things is suitability, and whac is suitable for one client or one site is entirely unsuitable for another. This is n hard subject for a layman to understand. When 11 protty picture is seen and a low price is mentioned, suitability often fliesoutof tho window. The house that would fit a rocky knoll would riot look well in o flat plain, and vice versa. skirt before they are draped appear among approved fashions for the fall and winter. The beautiful material called gros de tours will form one of the fashionable Bilks for dressy autumn gowns, the fabric having a soft finished corded surface, slightly heavier than taffeta, but much less glossy. The slashed models, giving the effect of a long, square apron front, reach quite to the bottom 3f the second skirt, and on tailor costumes of cloth, mohair, tweed, cheviot, etc., the slashed edges are decorated with silk gimps put on in various fanciful designs. The "damask" gilksof a generation ago reappear under the nama of lyons broca- tels. Stripes of black satin give a rich tone to these brilliant fabrics. Much violet, green, red and pale gold are blended in elegant peau de soie textiles, vcith a demi- luster and n twilled surface. On French ovorskirted gowns some have very long, sharp shawl points trimmed with triple frills, sometimes wide, sometimes very narrow. On such gowns the underskirt is trimmed to match, but the greater portion of Che underskirts are UD- ishud with ti deep machine stitched hem. A number of new sleeves in light wools show a very close forearm portion buttoned nearly its entire length on the outside with three upstanding tucks between the buttons, or three rows of inilau braid ara usad instead of the tucks. This arrangement continues until the small ghoulderpufl is reached.—New York Post PROMENAI'K TOILETTE—BLUE COAT AND SR1RT OF 11IXKU CHEVIOT The promenade toilcito lot young gir!»tnust be acai i- a uoMsummg, out iccre must oe * certain ]»uutines» and good »ty:e - me gown 11 io o« ^1 correct wato A (icriectly satis- Isctory «iyie '•• showc ID the cnpr»v:iii; itc skirt o: mixed cbevioi oems asapproveo sty:c with sevec core? an* • - a " oacn. anc :hc coai »•*•' w.r-d "F lo Jalc lc cv ery respect. Tl:c m»icna. o'. the cos; is dearer in » darts- oluo sha^e ana straiphi mic* oi macmtie- gtuchiDg gH'e » neat finish Tuc Irouts i&p protectively ana arc closed in » 2y cciow CURRENT COMMENT. FIRST FLOOR PLAN. Therefore stick to that which is practical and suitable, and incongruities will be the exception, not the rule. In building this house economy and suitability have been the watchwords, and the result is a guiding star for others to steer by and a gold mine of satisfaction for the owner, who Is envied for his surroundings by those who have gone astiay and who have had the contrast vividly before them while doing so. The design shows a building with a stone first story and cellar. The building is 38 feet 6 inches at the widest point and 48 feet deep, not including the front veranda, which is 9 feet wide. It has front and back stairs. The three main rooma are so arranged HS to be thrown into one sliding doors. The kitchen is on the If the Afghan war continues very long, it means paralysis for the proofreader,— Indianapolis News. Evidently the center of political power in Europe has been changed to St. Petersburg.—.Florida Citizen. It has taken 90 years to reduce the record of the pacing mile from three minutes to two minutes.—St. Louis Globe-Deruo- crat, A great milk trnst is being formed in New York. Of course its object is to secure the cream of the business.—Duluth Herald. Hereafter antiseptic swords are to be used in all French duels. lc only remains now to substitute kiyi guns lilled with rosewater as weapons.—St. JPuul Pioneer- Press. The Japanese have introduced baseball, and there is no longer doubt of their rapid progrpss toward civilization.—Nashville American. The president of the French republic should never issue a card of invitation without concluding with "No bombs."-— Florida Times-Union. Doctors now say tbat boiled cow's milk is not good for babies. It ;s better raw. The doctors are right. A raw cow gives better milk thai! a boiled one.^—London Tit-Bits. A poetess in The Wellesley Magazine asks bar lover to kiss her with his eyes. It is a matter of conjecture whether ho hnd been smoking cigarettes or she had been reading those microby kisa stories,—Denver Post. The thief who got a woman to smell of a chloroformed handkerchief under the assurance that the liquid would cure her headache and then ransacked the house while she was under the influence of the anesthetic is certainly entitled to credit for enterprising originality.—Boston Transcript. PERT PERSONALS. BEAUTIFUL SKIN Bah, Whit* Hinds with Shapely Xallt, taxm- riant Hairtrith Clean. Wholesome Scalp, pro- dueed by CCTICCHA SOAP, the moat effect!?* skin purifying and beautifying soap in th« world, as well as purest and sweetest, for toilet, bati. and nursery. The only prerentiv* Of inflammation and dogging of the PO«L« (uticura SOAP U K>ld throughout thfl vorld, ?OTT» DECTO *r» Cam. Cow.. Sole l'rop»., Boston, U. 8. A. 0- •• HOT to Purify ul Bmitify U>« Skin. Snip, AD! Hiir," mailed fret. BlftV UIIUDDC DnOI nUmUflu iKhlnr «M <*>lr. in IICT«I br Ctmcok* moderate-sized lapels thai separate from tbo ends ol the weC shaped collar to outline small DOtcbes The back and sides Si snugly and coal-laps break the sDioothnesa o! the three- quarter length skirt. The coal taa the customary side-pockets and there ia besides a convenient breast-pocket :c the left side. Roll-up cuffs complete the box plaited sleeves. There Is B surprising degree o! f&titude si- lowed in the selection ol materials io: » turn- pla outdoof toilcue, aU-wooj cloths oemg shown in so many weaves and colors tbat tht variety soema well-nigh endless Coatiugf also appear in pretty stripes and mixtures. TheButtenck patterns arecoat No 9370. mes, ages 8 to 16. any size, 26 cents and ekirt No 9379; 1 sizes, ages 10 to 16 anj size, 26 cents. So Bernbardt is to play "Hamlet" now. There'll be nothing fat nnd iscunto' breath about her Priace of Denmark.-— Boston Globe. Will Minister Angell please let loose i\ few pigeons so thnt au anxious people may know whcrp he is located? — Cleveland Leader, Bliss Carmen says he never rends the newspapers, perhaps in retaliation because the newspaper men never n;ud bis poemt, BOSSAB JACKET, iron BELL SLEEVES, UAD3 OF OLOTH, WITH ASTRAKAHJJ BSD BRAID DECORATION Eton Jackets with flowing b«U sleeves are promised popular vogue The full sleeves usnally overhang coat ileevss with the fashionable arnoum of fulness at the top, but when made without close sleevesars as desirable a wrap as a cape, handsome waists worn under them appearing uncrtisheii and fresh when the jacket is removed. The engraving shows one of these natty styles that is known asthe Hussar jacket. Itisperfect- ly close-fitting and ends al the waist at tho back, although the froutoi tends a trifle lower m a point. The high, Baring collar Is of tha Medici order, becoming and protective, it ia Tha aged General Longstreet is married again. Age does not seem to have dulletl the old Confederate fighter'is love for war fare. — Denver Post. Mr. Kneelund of Missouri is the Stic Pointer of the matrimonial turf, il; Bates of Chic.-igo is hartily a Patchen tf, him.— Kansas City Times. Bussell Sage recently gave the cbildre:; of a New York village a free ride over om 1 of his railways. The en USB of the rash m:i has never been explained. —Exchange. GLEANINGS. fins Jeweler.'! who cater to fine trade set (joins in platinum. For fabric belts come gem studded buo- kles in silver, silver gilt and gold. The new motnl belts are decidedly ornate, many being enriched with a profusion of jewels. Colored enamels are a conspicuous fea- Wte in the ornamentation of ohatelain* watches. Semiprecious stone* of desirable colors continue to be employed as centers of round and oblong brooches. These stones •M usually surrounded with pearls.—Jew- ClrouUr. Es look poorly bat ven preecher has pray too fest. Es do not pay to hurry oop ven besncss is so emportanc. Efery feller tank hes gold mine es best, and most of em die tenken about et and neler finden oat for sure. Aye hal two frends—von is Alka Hall and oder ea Havva Drenkovitsfcey. Aye tank has both lif longer as rnae. Ven aye see yudge sitten on bench lab ha? Tar only feller on das earth, aye alvas vooder how much hes yob cost hem. Ef a girl poot paint on her face es ought to be some kind vat vil tasteguDe to her best feller. Paste des oop on looten glass, Ajs tank e( Yeorga Washington vas fader of das man's country h«i made deckeni Women of every rank go bareheaded )M Mexico. There were 300 applications for a pingl.-- chaplaincy in the United States army re cectly. The author of a book entitled "How re Get Kicb" was imprisoned for debt in th« Ludlow Street Jail, .New York, last week The latest thing in the way of sociul en tertainment is reported from the Bliiet Hills, where ladies in the first circles pro vide their guests TO 5 o'clock tea with t gold pan and invite them down to the run ning brook to prospect. At a recent fiicc tion of this sort one lady took out gi.-i: worth of gold, it being a bargain d«y. The Boyden premium of the i-'r;iDkIi: institute, Philadelphia, is to be awards at the beginning of next year. The pr;- roium Is $1,000, and it will be given to "urn resident of Norr.h America who shall do tormine by experiment whether all ray? n; light and other physical rays are or urt DOC transmitred with the same velocicr. ' SAID OF WOMAN. and economy is necessary. «f he* family.- In furnishing do not forget that color alopo is a matter of serious consideration. i Different colors convey different impres- • along with no further infinenoe. Blue aad ', white or clear light green are the best col- j on for summer, as ttwy each give an idea 1 of coolness and spac*. Yellow is best for '. looms with Uttl« sunlight and a northern ' exposure, as it is cheerful and brightening | In its influence, but it decreases space. I Aed must be used with a sparing band, i and then always blended with gome other •at off to mar* Hell is paved with women's tongues.-Abbe Guyon. He that ho'£b a fair wife never wants trouble,—Proverb. Wom.in is seldom merciful to the map who is timid.—.Edward Bnlwer-Lytton \S"omi:n have more of what i? wnr;eo good sense than men.—William flaziirt A woman should never accept a lover without; the conseat of her heart nor s bnsbanil without the consent of her judg ment.—Xinon de 1'Enclos. There is nothing sadder than to look m dressy old things who have reached the frozen latitudes, beyond 50 and who per- •iit in .appearing in the airy oossume cl the tropics.—Frederick Sheldon. bound «ntb Astrakhan tc mstcC the closir.p &nd loose edgci- oi ihe jacnet. &Dd ice oraid decorslioc tt arranged ante tee aarrow sou tache nrajd Velvet is the mstenaj par exctitentt (or dressy )tckote this eeasoc and is quite euitoc 10 this eoiiM mode Brown rioici »na royiil wue are la^cnto colors. &nt! BC »rc Dlack and dark-greea Fur osnds o: snr preferred Son can oe united «itt oraifl or used aJone IE decorating The Buuencn pattern i§ coal No 9312 S siies bust measures. 30 to 46 inches, any eizo, 25 cents PECK'S COMPOUND CURES-*- c Nervousness. Nervous Prostration, Nervous aad Sick Headache, ' lodigestioa, Loss of Appetite, Rheumatism, f Neuralgia, Scrofula, Scrofulous Humors, Syphilitic Affection*. Boils, Pimples, Constipation, Pains in the Back, Costiveness, Biliousness, and all diseases arising from. an impure state of the, Blood \ or low condition of the Nervoo* System. For.sale by Ben FUher, Busjahn & Schneider, W, H. Porter. J. F. Coul- eon, B. F. Keesling. THE NEW WOMAN DR. l=»E«Kir*'» Pennyroyal Pills SAFE, SURE AND RELIABLE Espf daily recommended to Married Ladled. ur clruiiBlKt for Perrln's P«nnyroy»l PHU They are Ibe only Safe, Ask. j-. •UK! take no "ilic-r. .. . . . Sure and Reliable Fcmiile fill. Price, fi.OO pet box. sent by mail upon receipt of prioe. Address all orders to advertised agenti. PERRIN MEDICINE CO., NEW VOMK. Sold by B. F. Keeelinjr. BLOOD POISON Restoring Alkaline Lewis Oleson, Minnesota, writing in The Orange Judd Farmer, says: Spote where crops -will not grovr because of alkaline material in the soil can be restored by applying large quantities of barnyard manure and plowing it under to a depth of four or six inches. The quantity will depend upon the amount of alkalinity, btit 30 to 40 large' \vagon loads per acre usually suffice. Apply at any time. Eight years ago I put 40 loads per acre on a spot of ground where it was impossible to grow anything, even grass, iluch to my surprise, I hare raised seven bountifal crops of grain since then, all, with one exception, being wheat. The crop was remarkably free from rust and other diseases. It is probably best to seed such land to oats after putting on. the manure. Play Exhibition Ba»e Ball. Brooklyn, Oct. 4. — Manager Barnie, of Brooklyn, and Se]ee, of Boston, hav* completed arrangements for a trans-con- tinental tour of the Baltimore club and an. All-American club. The Ail-American club -will play the first game with th« Brooklyn at Eastern park, aext Saturday, no-He of the Boston member* ot ~*x team aj>cearicg ID t h UYEM) L'icwri la Monui, . IREMKDY CO, orcd fpoU, * i OOOI , 007 M«»»»l« TWnTl ir proott ol tmm i 8* The most brautllal Art tury. "A .mi Fidd Jtannnt Sdtrtaif Tiu. ANTAL-MIDY These tiny CaptnlM a» to Balsam of Ccpaiba, Cobebs or Injections and CURE IH 4* HOURS tha same disease* inconvenience. SM by «g dmgfMt. Have you earache, toothache, ton throat, pains oriwellJng« of MywrtP A few •ppllca&ioiu of Dr. TboauW Eclectric Oil will brinf nltot Initaotlj. A

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