The Cullman Tribune from Cullman, Alabama on May 27, 1904 · 8
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The Cullman Tribune from Cullman, Alabama · 8

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AN INGENIOUS KOTHSR. ' - Ir THE , f v: ' - AfiERIC4NH0ME . n -if Irate II;! iJ jWr-w pxcXcter oP fatBERAL, "arts." with BUILDING AT END OF LAGOON . ,V3 1 Vt ' ? "' ' : : Prickly ash bitter CURES CONSTIPATION. Sold by People's Well Drilling. (OASOLINC.) If y want wIl that wijl a flora ju water for (took or hooM ftnrpesea, with bo danger fr6m fire, and no teams to feed while drilling, mil on or write to C. J. HIOQINS, v-i LOGAN. ALABAMA, till 1 M"l' li-l l"l 1"1 ' THE SAFEST WAY Is- the best. Modern bank check has superceeded cash in the settlement of accounts. This elimimates all chance of errors and disputes. Also danger of less. Deposit your income from all sources with the German Bank of Cullman It will be absolutely safe in the fire and burglar-proof vaults. Draw on the balance when funds are required. Transact all business through the bank. Much time and trouble will be- saved. i Try their saving department to save your money. PTTTT1 I 1 i a I ftHllA f f I I I I I I I I I I You'll Feel Better . If yoa plaoe your Fire ' Inaatanos with, the old ' reliable insurance firm, . Oaa Richard & Sex ' wh represent nin mt . :4te tart and aidaat 1 Fire Insurance Cotnpasies - j ia the world, ana woo proved during the maoy " Taara past to always pay losses promptly, mi nfl. TwTTTTwtTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY. First-claae work In all grade. TJp-to-data njuuias to posing-. Hatlafantinn IVnarantonil East Cullman; ten minutes walk from de pot, oa St. Bernord College road. LEON J. WAGNER, Photorapher u.j. corrmQWiin Dentist. Offloo hi tho Hanlln Building, CuHmart, , - -Alabama. F.B.BURNUM , PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. " .iN .CULLMAN, ALA, OfBos on first Aveoua, waat, between 3d and 4th Streets, In Sargent's jewelry atom. BeaMaoos ia Wast Oullatan. Oblla promptly answsaad, day or ajght GOTO Cccpwf B. Sargent's ..'SHOP. .' If you want-first-class work done oa your Watch, Clock, or any kind of Jewelry. He uses first-class material and does first-class work at the right price. ' :: ! F ( . Knowing what it was to suffer, I iwZ.il wifl give FREE OF C17ARQE, to any afflicted, a positive core for Eczema, Salt Lhcvm, Erysipelas, Piles sod skin dis-fmm. Iapnt relief. Don't under longer. WrUe-r. W. WILLIAMS, 400 Manhattan Ave, Kr Tork. united states government AT WORLD'S FAIR. ST. LOUIS. r- : : Drag Co. Of Coarse he Died. A farewell story by Representa tive Robinson of Indiana was this: 'Good old . Dr. Richard Johnson of my state, was in the habit of in terspersing his conversation with 'of course, tie a bring ot course in with great frequency, but he was finally cured of the habit by a funny thing he said in court, where he had been called to explain some accounts which were being gone over in the settlement of an estate one of his patients who had died. "The doctor was in a hurry as always and talked very rapidly, never thinking that he lost a good deal of time by throwing in his 'of course. xte becan explaining to. the court by saying, "If the court will look over this bill you will find that Mr. Smith was taken sick and, of course, he sent for me to visit him professionally, of course, I did visit him, sir, of coarse, and found him in a very dangerous 1 condition. I prescribed for him, of course, and this is the prescription, or bill for the prescription, of course, which he took. And, of course, he died.' "The good old doctor was rigged so unmercifully about his 'and of course he died, 'that he never used it again. When talking to him after that if any one said of course his face would flush and his anger could be easily detected. A Sure Thing. It is said that nothing is sure OTppnt. el path and tjixcs. but that it is not altogether true. Dr. Kind's New I Uiscovery lor consumption is a sure cure for all lung and throat trouble. Thousands can testify to that." Mrs. C. B. Van Metre of Shepbardtown, W. Va., says: "I had a serious case of Bronchitis and for a year tried everything I heard of, but got no relief. One bottle of Dr. King's New Discovery then cured me absolutely.'- It's infallible for croup whooping cough, grip, pneumonia and consumption. Try it. It's guaranteed by P. M. Allison and reople s Drug (Jo, Trial bottle free. Reg. sizes 50c, $1.00. A soiled wall paper may be clean-by mearly rubbing it well with a flannel cloth dipped in oatmeal. This is a useful thing to remember when funds do not permit the repapering of a room quite as soon 'as it seems desirable. Every day in the week, vear j in and year out,42 railway employes are killed or injured. That works out at the rate of nearly two per hour. De sot bt Imposed Upea Foley & Co., Chicago, originated Honey and Tar as a throat and lung remedy, and on account of the great merit and popularity of Foley's Honey and Tar many imitations are offered for the genuine. Ask for Foley's Honey and Tar and refuse any substitute offered as no other preparation will give the same satisfaction. It is mildly laxative. It contains no opiates and is safest for children and delicate persons. Sold by People's Drug Co. At a rule farmers can raise good teams cheaper than they can - buy thera. Wanted: Men or women local representatives for a high class ngooiiio. UKI LTJIIimiSSlOIlS. n , to . - . Cash prizes. Write J. N. Trainer, 80 East Washington Square, yew York, N. Y. How Waahinjrton Parent Saved Ear Debutante Daughter from a - t ; ,.v Floral Burden. Fashion has decreed that tho debutante make her first how before the social world bearing a bouquet which frequently ia of such enormous proportions that it may be Justly dubbed a floral burden. r.K-''-'- " 0t course, the gown of the sweet young thing at her first appearance la the perfection of simplicity, and she ia sans jewels, sans gewgaws of every de- seription. An armful of flowers is her only adornment, which now amounts to a cross, for her arms -soon ache in carrying it, and besides she is in momentary danger of tripping on the long ribbon streamers holding together the (lowers, and thereby making a most undignified debut So, in View of preventing Buch a catastrophe, and adding grace and beauty to the entire occasion a clever Washington mother solved the problem of how to dispose of the debu-taute's bouquets when she presented her daughter to society ons! day recently. ... y.'.' - Instead of the pretty girl being laden down with the proverbial from three to ten-pound bouquet, and In order to esiape the anxiety of selecting whose (lowers to carry, the mother had a screen made, upon which the bouquet's were artistically hung, making, as they did, an enchanting background, in front of which Hostess and daughter received their guests. The screen was made of wire, it being about six feet hiph and 34 feet in width and was entirely covered with smilax and tips of Florida palm leaves edged in all around. Wire rings servad as holders tor the flowers, while the ribbon bows hid these rings and added to the bright mass of color. The effect was exceed itely pretty, and at a distance suggested" a bit of gorgeous brocade . upon which great, bunches of flowers were wrought. The idea was unique and altogether sensible and will, no doubt, have many followers. OPEFlA PUPILS APE DIANA. Fair French Singers in Oay Attire Go on Hunting Expedition, "But Secure No Game. To instill a touch of realism into his 'pupils at the Paris conservatory, Mr. Isuardor, who is training incipient operatic stars, recently took 32 of them on a hunting expedition. Their destination was Essarts-lc-Roi, and when they boarded the train the fair huntresses created tremendous excitement. Anxious to make the stage setting of their adventure complete they had adopted a regalia as picturesque as it was impractical. All the way put they sang songs of the chase. When they arrived they struck attitudes. with their guns, and tramped along in true Nimrod fashion. What thry lacked in knowledge they made up in enthusiasm.'; - 'J r One pretty young woman went about all day 'with a wooden gun slung oyer her shoulder and a little wooden bow-wow (on wheels) following her about at the end of a string. ; ' V; The rabbits did not seem to take the hunting party seriously, and scurried over their feet with an utter absence of consciousness that would have discouraged a veteran. No big game was brought down. WALKS ABROAD IN SNOW. Ten-Tear-Old Geneva, Jf. Y., Lad, Barefoot, Takes Stroll in Storm with Pet Dog. . John Mulvey. the ten-year-old son of Michael Mulvey, ot Geneva, N. T., Is a somnambulist. One morning recently the boy's father, who keeps watch over him at night, went to his room and found the bed empty. He searched the house, but found no trace of him. One of the outside doors was open, and the father continued his search outside. ''bare feet in the snow. The tracks led toward the Lehigh Valley station, which la not far from the house. f He had almost reached the station when he saw the boy walking In the drenching rain, which frote as It fell. He was in his night clothes, and his pet dog was trotting beside him. Mr. Mulvey overtook his son, picked him up in his' arms, and carried him back home before the boy was awakened. A doctor was railed, but the boy seemed not to have suffered from the exposure. He went back to bed and to sleep. He could remember nothing of his trip, but said be dreamed that some one was following him. Manufacture of" Quarts Glass. ' Quartz glass consists essentially of melted quartz, which Is made Into tubes and other articles. It is perfectly translucent The initial experiments In the manufacture of the new glass were made In England. The manufacture of quartz, glass has shown symptoms of vigorous growth. While two years ago England led in Its production, she has since been relegated to second place by Germany. The properties of quart glass are such that It will soon replace ordinary glass for many uses. If quartz glass can be produced at a moderate - price and It seems to be quite possible where electric force can be cheaply obtained from water power it U1 no doubt be large ly employed, especially In the chemical and electrical Industries. One of the Other Necessary. ' The Missouri mule hasn't had much of a part In the war as yet, but It is whispered that there were some Yankee gunner on those Japanese ships ' " . " 1 , . . " .. when the bnslnww was done. 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We have been hammering away at farm wneont for fifty years, and wa conots for long life and eood service Wo have tho pick of tho best lumber sawn ia America; we kerp&S feet of it dryiuf ia our jardit; we have a larccr and better equipped factory and we have more patented. features than anv other manufacturer. That's whv mm Rt nrifthalci am swiift ikon nff an other make; Ik every Studebaker tustcmcr is a sattsfieti enstoccr. THE BEST WAQON ON EARTH. USED BY U. 3.. GOVERNMENT IN SIX WARS. SOLD ONLY BY J. H. KARTER CO. 0 C::l K3tC;2t e for ftx.VB f win I T.lrruk (with Dry oil , BkUwrTootflt with full h MznMlao. for laamtM TKLEGBAPH OPEBATING. iturtMUn, od7 tl will anbU yoo to , S HERMAN C. TAFEL. tvtsTTMino cttcTsieau Gfoam Vcrmifeo mm , m mfanm. Dt:!rd-C3T? Ui'.rrsnt . SIX. LOUIS. MO. THE TRIBUNE. Tho same thing la trot) of Studebaker Carriatai a rn Trill OWSomJlcHnflr tUttl.IA, SU. DiSIMM, ABSOLUTELY CURED. HEIXM IT SALVE as HMD so ccht sot . Bold by an DranlMA. Tito-' md4 - m iAnt lMfumiMUM ha, l.tnly iriTPP wff to roports by Irresponsible purtios to ! tbst tke KEWK:ssrr:3 Ckzz. hsd entered a trait or combination ; m' to aware the public that Uwra (a fr such reports. Wo bare beea manun sewtDK maehtnrs for over qaark"' rjr, and hava catabttarrad a repolatkM ' selves and oar machine that la the enrr otbeta. Our jte Mtmrnt" waob amr been rlraicd as a timUT mae- standi at the head of all I Oram machine, and stands on l mm Thm "Ktl Bammm- lm f tl6M ttmtma UrnwS- S aa AA tmmwmmt. It U not neoBawrv for as to enter Into to save otir cn-dit or bay any debts a v no debts to pay. We bavs never eompetltktn with mabafketaivr of In ' rtwnp mftehifx that an mads to p. ka of any IntrlnaM menia. 1 " CDtved, bn you want a atwtsf maebts' ar-ad your monry sway from bean; " 3mm" l-amir, be oan"' beur nuwmna ibr Imm tnaa yoo F" rtwvhw. If taero Is no " writs oirert to oa (J ( -x I ,--. X ' Co. a is w It of BC B to ti . polar j. l.iC

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