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Farmers should eat more oatmeal. Although the-iarmer"of today is able io buy almost anything he wants to .wear, or eat he Isn't paying enough attention to food values whin it comel" to his own table.' He feedsjiis stock carefully, avoids over-feeding and selects the stock food that he believes will give the best returns re-turns in strength and general efficiency l he has been watehing the extent slve researches and experiments on the question of the best human food for muscle and brain he win heed the advice from au ies to "eat more Quaker Oats." .- Quaker Oats is mentioned because" It is recognized in this country and Europe as the best of all oatmeals, feeding farm hands on Quaker Oats theansgetting more work out of them than if you feed them on anything lse. ; - , 61 In Demand. "An infant in a Pullman car set up & loud wail, and would not be comforted," com-forted," narrates a high railroad official, of-ficial, "and I came forward and told the young mother that I had helped to raise five, and that I ' thought I could secure a quietus. 1 put the little turn turn across my knees, and with a gentle jogging achieved beautiful results. re-sults. ."Instead of giving me the credit I deserved, some drummers, in the car showed stern disapproval of" my 'butting 'but-ting In.' "At 2 a. m., the baby woke up and stayed awake, and kept every one else In .the car awake; Finally a gruff voice asked: "Where's that fool that put it to rleep this afternoon, I wonder?" " Silence. Very few men know how to kee-fi still. The Itallaps have a proverb, "Hear, see, and say nothing. If 'you wish "to live In peace." The man who is bent on telling all he knows, generally gen-erally ends In telling a good deal more than he knows. The tongue Is harder to bridle than the wildest bonse that ver roamed the prairie. The Germans Ger-mans say truly that talking come by nature, while silence comes ot the un-dtTKlmxllnir un-dtTKlmxllnir Deafness Cannot Be Cured T Wx-ftl appllr-tlotw. u thry at, rot rarl Uip dlo j - eaaril partHm ot Uv vmr. 'Iliefe a u-ilv it-it .i' to j ear dralitna. fttxt that M by r.Huvr.tttitMial rvtiHUk, t Iimlunv m catiwd by an l:iftmi imiori ui ito j nutwii luiirut of Uk t.uUu-tiui.-i iiu. iun u.a tub ! rttfUmed yml have ft ruirh:i:V-f Nnit.il ttr ln. prrfrrl ftri. sua ri.il It etilirr'y f. I if-Mft if-Mft M the mnm. ftit'l unl Uie Wilfc..uin..i.i Pa'i tt j UM out kimS this tube rwlnml tii it l ortial ru dh i tM. In-vinc will be l'irrtpl fcri rr; n r-i ' xnt qf tfl r CftUM-d fir atarrte. rhtrh t Milhoif put ftll tti.lamed OMKlltNm ul tlM mwruiit minaret. He fttU llv On Hundred lo:iai fte ftiiy rr of Ttomtrmm iim4 br catarrh, tv-.t wnut be turrd a liau't CftLftrrfe fur-. H- i't Sir rirru'jr. tr. K. 1. CIlt-NtV a lu, loa, a ri be immm ;se. lft lUll'l oulf PlUi lot eoutliolloa. Alas. . A little flre-year-old wL. had been watching her mother dress, for' an venlng entertainment surprised her mother with the following question: -Mother, didn't you say you were al- .m if 111 tniira nlit " "Yr-s." replied the mother. "Well," answered the little girl. "you don't look It tr!h"t. but you will to-monow to-monow morning." Judge. Ons Dye for All Good. Up to quit recently, wool, silk and cotton each required a separate dye. An enterprising chemist has now perfected per-fected Dyola Dyes which color all goods with one dye, producing same results. Ask your dealer. If he baa not storked them yet. send 10 rents to Dy-o-la, Burlington. Vt.. stating stat-ing color desired and we will send aame with color card and book of directions. A Mean Scheme. "1 your wife home?" "Yes. .J got tired of bnvMi her way." "Hut I thought she Intended saving lour months?" "She did. I got tbf ofTWf boy to write on a card: 'lU-tter com home. From a aell lher.' Ami he took the first'train after j-wUin It" A Call for Cough Drops. "I tell you I oiust batr soma money!" roared the king of Marltania. who was in sore flon lal straits. "Somebody 111 have to cough up " "Alas!" sighed the guardian of tha treasury, who aa formerly the court Jeatf. "all our coflVt-s srr t mi ty " ! Tit Hit . ' So Different. "Mrs Upprcntt take o-b gnat taferrst In ter baby " i "Yea; she says h a dfl y ; urprWd hen It rame. " hr bad 6taJce4 her Ideas aboyt labi s frum ! tha comic u'plrtn Et, ) u-j kn " : PtKk Including Ham Actors. "Cl8g to com and we tue t to Mr "No. I have Joined the o.'-at M-ik" . -WUt has ttat to do t?6 ft" T fca'te etst ou! kama " Takers of the t !trj !!r . "HI aee Wstermaa's Ideal rontn la (M-auve It 1 aly resiy ao4-re. Etrry a-aa ttiris fc a sjjrkr Jtwic of tuxis watsrv GRAVE Of NOAH HAS BEEN DEFINITELY LOQATED ON I JEBEL-iWIA Discovery Moves Washington Writer to Dissertation on the Life and Works of the .Famous 7 1 Old-Timer. , 1 A tremendous weight of sorrow will oe, lifted from the hearts of "a long-suffering, long-suffering, world, we fancy, when It "becomes "be-comes generally known thatihe grave of. Xonh has been definitely located by a certain scientific gentleman given strenuousjy' to knocking, round and about the earth and sticking his. nose Into the haunts of the quaint and curious curi-ous of the long ago. Noah sleeps the last sleep, it seems. In the summit of .Teel " Judi. near by and overlooking the plains of Mesopotamia. Xoah was a most picturesque individual. indi-vidual. He was an exceedingly wise man In his generation, for he had sense enough to get In out of the rain when, according to the record, getting In out of the rain was "all but universally uni-versally considered extremely foolish and Ill-advised. Nevertheless, had he not shown his surpassing wisdom by n :tlng faithfully upon It, he would not have come to be known subsequently as the real, genuinely authenticated world's champion oldest Inhabitant and the final appeal in all matters.of ancient history Noah who surely must have been in the original edition tjie Hon. Noah or Col. Noah probably may safely be set down as Exhibit A among prohibitionists. prohibi-tionists. If congress had been Invented Invent-ed during or before Noah's day doubtless doubt-less he would have been a member nd a shrewd and result-getting member mem-ber at that.- l,c knew how to play both ends against the middle most successfully- a sure sign of the Intuitive and practical politician. He built and personally conducted ' the greatest water-wagon expedition of all time, nd yet It was known to Noah's closer friends and associates that he did not hes ltate'"to laugh It to scorn on occasions occa-sions ntjd refuse to ride Uon II quite frequently. Astute old No:ih Amid h world of wetness, he alone wan alile tp find a place;. to pet off' Of course-some of the spieler tn!e to'ti concetniitK Nonh may have hail no renl foundation In fact. They may h.'ve been clrculnted by the" ttpjMmlMon. : afterward duly und-truly swamped at, the psychological moment, righteously enough. It 1 to be honed It must be , remembered that Noah held an undls-1 puted monopoly of the earth's transportation trans-portation business for a timtv anJ probably was. In consequence, a particularly par-ticularly eriRHftlnR target "for the muckraVers and malcontent of the day. Anyway, whatever may have been Noah's shortcomings or virtues, and waiving the- ollile preponderance either way for the moment, his was a Villi -H leum evcA ut overWh impelling personality, and Inspires n contemplation and speculation t this late hour. Rest his bone overunere on Jehel Junl: le played a stirring part In an exciting drama of considerably more than tank dlmen-fcluim,- Washington ilrald Had to Pay the Interest. Herat! he s hv $10 he roiildn't possibly account for the convivial young man pnnd hi new spring uit. The ticket hnd been filled out. the money paid over and the suit folded ready to put a ay when the young man was Inspired to go through the pocket In a coat pocket he found the flO that hsd so mysteriously dtapMar'tl "I gii we'll ji!st rail Oil deal off.'" he salu lie r folded the suit and returned the ticket and the 110 "Thirty rents more, tf you please." said the broker "Interest on 110 for a nionth or a fraction thereof." "interest!" exclamled the young man "tirent Scott! h haven't been in here flt e minutes "That's a fraction of a month." said the Imperturbable pawnbroker. "Tou have put me to Jut as much trouble a If your suit had ten here a mofi'h " A Strang Patient. There ram to a I'lrmlngl.aiu iUng I hoaipital the otker day a man earned Morgan Held, a bo la a fE If ted by a d'S'a hirh gives blm the appear-an appear-an re of a living corpse His skin ha brne niirM- tite. detold of el u.ti. tte natural line having been .W!terrra'reIir.g tony roid to tb tourb and lookicg like the skin of a dad tnaa The skin has. bVeom o tight arobOd the Joints that te is unable un-able to ferttd them, and he cao oclv partia'iy open hi toouth alth dif5 ru!"y J far tle ra ha d5d th re-ocrre of Biediral Kiire. a ftd I-U;it ran oa'y gu- that the niac rftjlto I Cce to as r.ttnc-tioa r.ttnc-tioa IE arirs. !, or lymfh r:- ly -, e J't s. rtrsi e la the tservoiv t "r iwu ij tv t 'J t;-p'y ' v , . A Vest Aiieujt. .rtft ttw IU t te tsa M f, Jioa I tT !f r"y t ItT re t sarre He t tl.a iiiastije t4 V.t r r . '- t. "d I -- I t fpfrtr-.f fpfrtr-.f , ; s.-K;f.er t tf ' t ,-- at ta P'aywe'f'ti" C'vb. Vri' ' frf4 .- t t ;- sis t .; 1 ,'.r Money and expense are not essential to artistic homes and attractive rooms. One dollar and fifty cents' worth of materiul will oomoletelv transform a crude, inar tistic room into a graceful, dainty apart-1 ment. . . ReaBv it is goodtast e apd .skill that makes the home homelike. That dainty touch is worth twice as much as money. Wall paper is -expensive it costs money to buy it, to hang it and again to remove re-move it. With the use of the slabastined wall there is only the slight cost of the material any one "can brush it on-nd it is not necessary to wash it off the wall when a fresh coat is required. . It isvexy easy to mix, very simple to apply, but the results are simply beautiful. beauti-ful. A whole house can be done at just a little more than the cost of a single room when ordinary materials are used. And this is true, that now that .we have so much better materials' for use in the decoration of our homes, that wall paper, common kalsomine and paint are now as much out of date as the old time whitewash," white-wash," tallow candles and rough hewn floors. --"Mere money is no 'kfttger an 'essential 'es-sential in "good liousefurnishing in artistic home making. The new materials and labor-saving machines ma-chines are most welcome to us all and every thoughtful woman, every woman who" cares for her home, is quick to utilize them. Murphy. The prisoner at . the bar was of swarthy complexion and was charged with peddling without a license. "What is your name?" asked the magistrate. mag-istrate. - a . , ','He says his name Is Murphy," repeated re-peated the policeman on the bridge. "An Irishman peddling bananas, eh? What part of Ireland do you come from?" - " "He says he was born in Italy," again repeated the bridge policeman, j "Umpa! Tne Murpnys are numerous, numer-ous, but 1 didn't think they had spread to Italy," aald the judgeas he. made the fine f 1 and asked the man to spell his name. - The prisoner wrote on a piece of paper "Giuseppe Muerfee." New York Sun. ' In New Hampshire. That Irresponsible Manchester Union man gave himself a surprise party by going to chnrch last Sunday and this was the result: "On " this flrsl Sunday of Lent, while George Bailey of the Houston Post Is sacrilegiously fishing for eels In a -Texas bayou, and the (married) paragrapher of he Kennebeck Journal Is tapping- his boots, and the Glng Ging Goophus of the Springfield Union Is playing seven-up. seven-up. we, lu common with other good New Hampshire people, shall dutifully attend church "Springfield Union. Good Work In Denmark. Under leKls'ation enacted In 1905 the Danish government pnys three-fourths three-fourths of the expenses of all poor persons who desire to be treated In .ubercu!oMs sanatoria. When the hospitals hos-pitals under construction are. completed com-pleted Denmark will have one ted In tuberculosis hospitals or sanatoria for every 1,200 Inhabitants, a fact which will mean that the length of treatment treat-ment can be cbnslderably extended. In the United States there Is one bed for every 4.500 inhabitants. Wrong View of Marriage. "There would be less.-djvorce." said ex-Gov. Pennypacker, "If there were fewer men like William Wlndle. "William Wlndle embarked on an excursion ex-cursion steamer for Point Hreete, and a few miles out, a he paced, tha upper deck and drank In the bracing osone, he spied hi friend Jackson. ""Why Jackson, how are ye?' be exclaimed. ex-claimed. 'Are ye out for pleasure, or is yer wife along?" " Absolute Equality. The Woman The tax office is one place which I simply love to go to. The Man Very few people do Why do you like It? The Woman Kecause It luabsolute-ly luabsolute-ly the only place a here no dUcrtinlna' Hon Is made against me because I am a woman. They let me there - pay just as much as if I were a man. Studies In Still Lift. T want a few colored Illustrations of beats and tomatoes." "Life slxe?" Inquired the artist. "Catalogue slxe." replied tha seedsman, seeds-man, with a significant smile Louisville Louis-ville Courier-Journal ROSY COLOR Produced by Poatum. "When a person rtaes from each meal with a ringing In tha ears and a general sense of nervousness, it Is com moo habit to charge it to a deranged de-ranged stomach. - "1 found It waa caused from drinking drink-ing co .Tee. ahlrh 1 never suspected for a long time, but fojnd by leaving o3 coffee that the disagreeable fre".lcgs eat asy "I waa brought to think of the sab-ert sab-ert by getting some Poatum and this brotight me out of trouble. "It la a asost apptix!tsg and Is tig oratisg berVrage and baa bora of uca great benejt to me that I nata-raiiy nata-raiiy speak of it from time to time as opportoDlty cTr "A Lady fnead cca-; lained to m that ah had tried Postam. b-t It d d aot tast good la reply to my ua-t:ca ua-t:ca ska aa4 the g jeed she bo led It aUrst tea Klaite I a4Ud fcer to folio 4',rrtUt, asd know that b ti.ed It t;eB or ttty Kiswtea. aa4 k wov'.i hav sott'itlsi worth tVk-tsg tVk-tsg abocL A short tiae ago I heard eaa of her ct::4ra say thst'they were drtekeg Pontsa nowadays, so I y.4ga she s-red-i la tt'rg It jd-. at.ti L ty ao eeasa a d;Zca!t task Th ar cf s cf cy frts4 was fc-TEry a r ia4L t it t c he ka rtskisg Po-;xj t a esaeeJ. Tt" t f'"'f cf t w tit Cwitj ft . 'y iwJ Vale f i i'--t, ji 'ke fr-erj trai-r'k sa'i" " :"s : Tl- " a E,s. - tar. . aa iaU e b REAL 'WISE BOY WAS WILLIE May Not Have Known Proper Answer to Question, But He Knew the Fair Sex. "Flattery." said William Faversham, at a rehearsal in New York, "has great weight with women. FThir fact was brought home to me in my boyhood. - Before entering Chig-well Chig-well grammar sohSol I attended a kind of kindergarten. My teacher waa a very pretty young lady. - " 'Willie," my teacher said to me one morning, "why was Solomon, the wisest man inJheorld?' ' "'BecauseT ma'am said I, -'he had bo many wives to advise him.' 'Well,' said my teacher, with a pleasant siuilethat is. not the precise pre-cise answer given i'u'the book.-but you may go up head,' " "" - . . IN HOSPITAL FOR NINE MONTHS. Awful Tale of Suffering From Kidney . Trouble. '-' Alfred J. "O'Brien, Second St., Ster iing,' Colo, says: "I waa in the Balti more Marine Hospital Hos-pital .for nine months. I had a dull pain In the small of my back that completely wore me out. The urine was in' a terrible ter-rible state, and some days I would pass half a gallon ot blood. I left the hospital because they wanted to operate on me. I went to SL Joseph's Hospitaf at Omaha and put ' in three months there without any gain. I was pretty well discouraged when I was advised to use Doan's Kidney Pi Us. I did bo and by the time I had taken one box, the pain In the back left me. I kept right on and a perfect cure waa the result." - Remember 'the name Doan's. For sale by all dealers. 50 cents a box. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo., N. Y. THOUGHT SO LITTLE. J .1 Cr.. S (C r - ChollyChaniplelgh I'm not afraid, dor.tcherknoa-, to say what 1 think. - Mtat Oihlng Hint Yon - may not be afraid but you ought to . be ashamed. BABY'S SKIN TORTURE . "When our baby was seven weeka old he broke . out with what wa thought was heat, but which gradually grew worse. We called in a doctor. He aald It waa eczema and from that time we. doctored all months with three of the best doctor In Atchison but he only got worse. His face, bead" and hands'were a aolid sore. There waa Do end to the suffering for him. We bad to tie his tittle hands to keep htm from scratching. He never knew what it waa to sleep well from the time be took the disease until be waa cured. He kept, ua awake all hour of the night and his health wasnl what yon would call good. We tried everything but the right thing. "Finally I got a aet of the Cutlcura Remedies and 1 am pleased to say we did not nse all of them until he waa cured. We have waited a year and a half to see if it would return but It never has and today his skin Is clear and fair as It possibly could be. I hop Cutlcura may save some on else's little one suffering and also their pocket-book. John Leaaon. 1103 Atchison SL, Atchison. Kan. Oct i. lie.- There's No Place Lias. Etc. Wife What sort of a play aould you like to aee? Husband Something -. lively, that keeps yoti awake, and has plenty of music la It "L'w. You'd better stay at home sod take car of the baby." Uf. Important to Mothara. rmnlne rorefullr oerT bottta of CASTOR1A. a sale aod ear rvmr-dy (or talasU aad cbUdrwa. and ao tnat it Tlaaro tha jrji yr . . to Tae ror 0rr .') Tears. Tha Kind Ton Hara Alaye Boj.it Like taeae Like. !&U'My 4ar sir. yi ha a syaipatbetic torxharb latl'tl Taea. Aortor. I rurp ywtr t;'l has a syBpatbic to k Tr.e a-rac aomii raa tit? ai mot aay iraa, hvtt aba n to h'-Sea" either ox?s that's aa.kr atory Sri. , trr. rt r.rea. f.;. twt t-r Mr-'T Ire W - I fowe Tr--.- - n r. It "r - - at Tve ! "r--- Wnsa oe- In t fr llsriso t o H.eao4r Ca . a U tie fed a&4 kit ;.;, r ver ta etrat'-e !tr t- ao gtrk- 5-. m i K mm m ?ra fr -- .-ft ak ' gt n ft. i "Illl-ilWr -" f- a a.. ..-a-. - f':sM a I yws tj- tt a t-- (3 yc t k I Ureas. PUTNAM- V mm iiLJME m With a better understanding of the cal ills which vhftfeh""befor'- brb'pe? efforts riht!y directed. There is forms of illness are not due to any met it . -r-mn Mpft zvt. -. - - t-.M SreK ts a t pated condition of the system, which-the pleasant, family laxative. Syrup of Fi;s and Eiixir of Senna, promptly removes. That is why it is the only remedy with millions of families, and is everywhere esteemed so highly by all who value pood health. Its beneficial effects are due to the fact that it is the only remedy without debilitating the organs cn which it acts. It is, therefore, all-important, in order to pet its beneficial' effects, to purchase and nots that you have the genuine article, which is manufactured by the California Fig Syrup Co. only. - ' ;- It is pleasant and refreshing to the tiste. and acts gently yet promptly on the kidneys, liver and bowels, cleanses the system effectually, dispels colds, headaches and fevers and assists in overcoming habitual constipation constipa-tion permanently, also biliousness and the many ills resulting therefrom. The great trouble with all other purgatives and aperients is not that they I fail to act when a single dose is taken, but that they act too violently and invariably tend to produce a habit of body requiring constantly augmented doses. Children enjoy the pleasant taste and gentle action of Syrup of Figs "and Elixir of Senna, the radies find it delightful and beneficial whenever a laxative remedy id needed, and business men pronounce it invaluable, as it may be taken without interfering with business and doe not gripe nof nauseate. When buying note the name. California Fig Syrup Co. printed on the front of evesy package. Price. 50 cents a bottle. To All Users of Tobacco We offer you the opportunity to participate in the enlargement enlarge-ment and actual control of an established business which is now paying 3 per annum, and to make your purchases of ; tobacco return you such profits in dividends that they will more than equalize the amounts you expend. In conformity with a plan agreed upon to enlarge the scope and profits of the Sargent Cigar & Plantation Co. This Company now offers for Public Subscription, in limited lots to each subscriber. Five-sixths of iU Total Capitalization of $3,000,000. Hereby Placinf the Entire Control of the Company in the Hands of tie Pubfia WITH THIS OFFER WE GUARANTEE ' That ahnlutety Bothing ahall tala preretlenca ol tha payamM ei proiut to Uit tfockhoUen. "Thai theia are no bond; debtl, lalafkl W other rapeaie to later n Letweea tha aaraiog ad tha -ntdeod paymeala. Thai tha peatUi-ea of Hofa are (Tea than wbats food sra "triHt-naadUd' bacauM all fttt chret lo broken, atiddlnaca, un is laH at lea lea mteraMdary lav an alinu. ' Bated ta wa wccea-ully deaaoaatjalrd tHinf pUa. That our product paitea froa the plaaialioa, ia bote and heu Btada tram out owa babef, to tha couumcf aad is paid lot by kia apoa vpnrvoa and apptonal. , Tkat wa sew bata deed I of over 2,000 ma of tohacco prodDrinf land a tha klaad ol Cuba aod ba opUoea fat 9.0l XI acre own caoufli to auka m limroughly k-irpradrol at to our tupply aad lo promd tobacco lor 2,000.000 coaauaon. waLxD hatiea to bay aogWIral. Tbal oa large acrear ol tobacco produraa taod coaUc aa to ptoduio ia ooa year, aod tore, oaough kbacco to CMonde agftiaal crop ailiara lot one, two or va aSiea years, tkua tMin aa tveaaea ol pada to our output 11m wa ora 1 .000 acre ol tiabe Uad ul aa ailU wKuli will nificJf aa wall bote and our patrol cheiU a buaudort tor aa tdrfcaiw period. STOCK OFFERING AND CONDITIONS Vt Orni: The pleerod, 7 per ceot atock. al$IO per akafe. No oao penoo caa boy or bold ooe aoadred tfura. tofty EO.fL'S. Ow ttiare ol loaoa Oock I fro wah hill pty dinJeada ahoea earamga ol 7 per crat. to b preJerred. STOCK RHOt-irnO". a rWeea your Stock at Faca Vatoa ia tba Cgars. Cgarottaa. or Tabaccaa aaaaoctotoi by Uia Coaaary, if yoa art aat aatiaTad vh yoar iaetotawal -Iboi aakag tha flao ftriectrr Catattotooa. , - SUMClirTrOfCSr-Sead aS S-Unpt to tha SARGLNT a CAR & PLANTATION COMPANY, Dept. H G. 41 Cue 5f tie CARNEGIE TRUST CO., ns Bri-wy, n. y Tail Ceapagy Expects to Pay Ten Per Ceil. Aad hatat awk oe lijitinoa already ia baad iodarais rkat ihew ftfe auwy who agree wh a tm eha tapwrtawwa. aod oW we aw oukog a ofenog ol aa VI aetata! where large prooa bo aaood ban d aniftin I. t Keaerrt the tight lo Clooa the Socnawa at aoy Taoa, Proapocaa aow node oai wjl he aral poa ope ofpUtooo. For FuHhtr Piriiealir cAJJrtlS SARGENT CIGAR & PLANTATION COMPANY Department H. C 41 - 1133 Broadway. New York J-a, tt v. i f , ' ' ftui . 1 1 twHtaa I I ii ii a I ' , aa-cKsj toiCAcaoC paralysis; I rm IVMt a apa a IwiHW' w ' a a awi a a a rvwi ai, DEFIANCE Cc!d Water St.rch laaAitvitiiMoiiin Mao. at. FADELESS-D YES aao aaw Oa eaa la ooroooo laa 1 a lm , lor ftwavat' Oea M -a(4 aat . Cem 1 COItEl- 5 V transient 'nature of th;mHy.phy9 'oM'-nu'ko)iiki comfort in the knowledge that so many actual disease, butaimply to a consti - which promotes -internal- cleanliness, -cr TViftt w owa tKa valuaLU pateaia oa ova cbcm or buaidor ia which wa pack out cKotca tuoct at tkm laea ol aianufartura aad delivet to our cunnimet With all tha aroma aad aoutura ol tha Uaad ol Cuba diaiag to is. Toal through oar agents sad by odeertuinf kU direct froa ctaatatioa to Saolia, theraby aviaf all dealara' proata aad analilaf a to fiea bettoT valoea to aaokor sad Bora pro&l to aork holders. HOW WE SELL OUR C00DS FKU CIGAR CHEST. With your bet ordo. lor W SargeM Caaa (Porloaoi or PaoataUaa) at M.20. ot 100 Sargeat Ggaa at $7.00. ra will aod a Sargent CajafOtea ftkaoliHrlr traa. Theas cigars are for saea wba apprtciaat go tobacco; they an aa oiceUea lea. ca value and wo caa oaly af ord to fie ba poteol cbeo) wab your bra order, to't-iroduce oa gooda. TVa coaatructioa of Iho boaidora Is scaa b&cally correct aad they are Iha ool- chotu that will kerp carf aad tobacco rigta. Cgan caaoot dry op or becoroa raacid aad always retaa rVo ongtnal dehghtlul aroma. Send your order today, aad reraeabef wo fully pro. pay all the dciivery charges oa both tha cigara aodihecke. Good wUl be tnt oa appro al. C O. D. StockhoUer Hurt He I OCACCO User. each paxiuued abara ol perterrod Coao COLT DISTEMPER Mt Mi l l ';' ITU. .- am in . f4 a ev ft.w t aat . mw ot W e n mi I IM I f I wm wa wia ia I i. fmrmm v.n'avwa -aaa aa aa-' Oj a O - j T IH larawai ftia aw mh a.i i vmH at f 'w i iMlwTCttaaMft taiga iTt tmi ci CfTBftTVBCe R.KtlLlUH huuinui irM t "a. e- - atraw aaal vaVaa oe Ma a aa vtr. H. O- t-art Le C-ty. raa. IS-tf'OL Twa ta a, rata wv ea aa oat i mvmmQC emvw CV. Botar -.