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T'.iZ SUI7DAY CCIIOOL.
j.jj, BJ2, mm -I'etefa l oufea
klun antl Clirlat'a llrliuke.
Prepared by II. C. Lcnlngtun.
Till: l.KSSON TKXT -Malhew U:l':-'j:.
OOLKIfiN HiVl'. If ui.) mini .v ill
torn afte Mr. Let hiiu ilea blaanelf,
., ak up hla cron, and folia Mr.
NOT BSfl AND COMMENTS.
After heeling the daughter f tin
gyrophoenlcikn woman Jesus return
io Ualilee, and perform many mira
cle f healing. This is in the summer
f A. 1. '!! It is in Decapolia thai
the feeding of the 4.ii:u from aeveu
loave f bread occurs. Then come
die demand of tin- Phariaeea and Sal
duceea for a sign. The Phariaeea ami
gadducee hud not, we may imagine,
teen any of Jeaua' miracles. They hail
heard of His marrelous works ami
came to prove Him. But Jeaua refust -lo
them a sign. He would nut
perform a miracle for the mere pur
pose of demonstrating His power. Fur
thermore, we have reason to believe
that these Jews would not. have be
lieved1 had they received the sign, bill
have used' h as a biusis for contro
versy, claiming, 11 they afterwardh
did. that "by lieelzebub caste! h He
out devils." These events are all re
corded in the first two Uospcls, in
Matt, 15:29 to 16:12, and Mail; 7:31 to
8:21. Mark also gives the story of the .
healing of a blind man at Bethtuida
as occurring at this time (Mai !; 8:22- !
The People's Idea of Jesus.- After
lie events related nlioe. busj days ol '
teaching, healing and controversy with !
Mril'cs and Phariaeea, Jesus finds Hi:..
elf alone for a little tune with Uis
disciple. He waa drawing near to tlx
close of His earthly ministry, and tool
this oecasion to fasten upon their
minds certain definite impressions.
They had been with tlirir Master the
hotter part of two whole years. During
this time they must have found certain
ideas regarding the work and person
ality of Jesus, yet they had not prob
ably resolved these into definite und
liied convictions. This was a suitable
occasion now that opposition had come
to definitely formulate what was in
their minds and hearts. Bo Jesus aaked,
leading up te His real objective in the
most natural way: "Whom do men
say that I am?" The disciples, during
t&eir preaching tours and by contact
with all sort of people, had learned
that the impression abroad -was that
Jesus waa one of their prophets re
turned to earth. 6oma said lie was
John the Baptist, other that He was
Elijah, and atiU other that He was
Fater'a Declaration. But what Jeau
waa anxious about waa what they
thought. He ought not for popular
approval, but to leave a personal im
pression upon the heart of individuals.
ENfce find Him preaching just a earnest -I
Trio an u uu ier.ee of one a to great mul
titudes. "But whom say ye that I am?"
Simon Peter answered the query:
"Thou art the Christ, the Son of the
Living tiod." It waa the great mission
of Jesus to impress this truth upon the
world, but this was the first time lie
had heard it expressed by human lips.
Where had Peter learned it? We could
say he had heard it from Jesus, Him
self. But no mere words could convey
a menage fraught with such Heavenly
import. Jesus tells us where 1'eter
learned the truth he had just uttered:
"Flesh and blood hath not revealed it
unto thee, but my Father which Is in
The Bock Foundation. These words
of Jesus help us to understand what fol
lows, fur it shows upon what is built
the Kingdom of tiod, both In the hearts
of individual men and in its outward
manifestation as the Church of God. It
is the spirit of being in harmony with
the Divine influences, being aide to hear
auiid the confusion of this lifa the still j
imau voice of God, that furnishes the
foundation of thegreat structure Jesus
was to erect. This faith in the heart of
l'eter has grown and broadened, deep
ened and heightened until now the host
of the faithful and consecrated cannot
be numbered. No influence is powerful
enough to successfully assail this
structure. "Upon this rock," says
Jesus, "I wilitouild my church; and the
pates of hell shall not prevail against
Jesus' Death and Resurrection Tore
told. We may merely note that this is
the first time Jesus has clearly and un
mistakably stated what was before
Mini. His disciples were to be fore
warned and so forearmed.
l'eter liebuking His Master. The at
titude of Peter upon hearing the words
M Jesus was quite natural' in one so
impetuous, yet it comes as a surprise
"Iter his declaration of the true charac
ter of Jesus, and the commendation of
l'eter by Jesus. Hut Peter had his
weak moments, and could hardly have
known at that time that he was but
tempting Jesus to overthrow the work
of His ministry, for the crowning point
"f that work was upon the cross
lioquirements of Discipleship. Yet
this very incident serve to emphasize
no of the most important teachings
f Jesus, namely, self-denial and'eross
oenring nre essential to true dis-
''Plesbip. Only by laying down 11
life was Jesus able to accomplish win
Genie of Truth.
Conscience is the better mnn within
he best of men.
When the devil is ure of you he will
W you alone.
Iettr the pessimism that persists
against odd than the optimism that
wakes no effort at all.
Beciding to do right 1 the beginning
f a fence that God will help you to
ouild to keep the devil out.
The. richest man la not the one who
-M i monU but the one who can n?
?Wt thankful for the leaat. Batr.'r
An I milnril Man.
Mc.Iigger I siippoe.- you'd call l'aton
a bon vivnnt.
Thingumbob Huh! That's too mild.
He's a gross glutton.
McJigger (! come now!
Thingumbob He is so. Kvery morn
ing of lais life after he has gorged him
self with breakfast, he sits there and
tells his wife in detail what she must
get for dinner. Philatlt Iphia Pre.
Chll Off the Old BlOClC,
GrOWellt 1 wonder what makes that
boy cry so when the nurse is trj ing to
wash the dirt from his fate?
Mrs. G rowells Oh, 1 suppose he takes
Qrowell Now, what do you mean
Mrs. Qrowell He wants the earth.
Chicago Daily News.
Mr. Wiseman Set ms to me ynu
come home from the theater wearing
a pretty long face.
Wiseman Oh, well ad play.
Mrs. Wiseman- Why, how did it
Wiseman (mournfully) They mar
ried. X. Y. World.
The ( a tine.
"I wonder what makes a man's hair
fall out so fast when once it Start?"
"Worry," answered the man who
always has an explanation ready.
"Nothing tends to make a man bald
so much as worry; and nothing wor
ries a man so much as the Idea that
he is becoming bald." Washington
Rev. Dr. Fourthly Mj vacation? 1
expect to spend il in Kuropc. My con
gregation has given me a purse of mon
ey and a three months' vacation for
Rev. Dr. Goodman (turning away
with a sigh) 1 wish my congregation
waa as kei n to get rid of me as that.
Some KnnwIeitaTe of Him.
-It is to be merely a little garden
parly," explained the prospective;
hostess. "We dine al fresco, of
"I have heard of the gentleman,"
said Mrs. Qaawell, with well bred In
difference, "but I think 1 never met
him." - Chicago Tribune.
Featherstone What keeps your sis
ter so long, Willie?
Her Awful Little Brother She's put
ting on tJie finest clothes she has.
Featherstone What's that for?
Her Awful Little llrother She said
he was going to land you to-night if
it could be done. Tit-Hits.
"Is it nn indication of mental de
rangement for a man to talk to him
self?" nskrd Willie Washington.
"Judging by the men I have heard,"
nAswcrod Miss Cayenne, "it i not; The
derangement is shown by the fact that
the man listens to himself." Washing
iiiuin r Bdneatloa of Wont,
"She managed to keep her cook more,
than a week after the cook decided to
"I'm not surprised, At, college her
blockingnnd interference w ere t bought
quite phenomenal." Indianapolis
Sublimated Political Wisdom.
"How did you get up such a univer
sally satisfying platform?"
"Why, you see, we mapped out till
wo thought it could safely say, and
then we knocked out nine-tenths of
that." Indianapolis Journal.
TWO ok ONE KIND.
He What, Julie, .still awnVe.! 1
hope you haven't waited fr mo till
I eamu home from the club?
She 0, no, dearl I've just come
from my club. Her Floh,
"There is a suit, mv friend." Bald
dealer, "that will wear like iron."
"1 gues that feller was a liar," said
the victim two week later. "The suit is
rusty already." Indianapolis 1'ress.
Hum let 1 lo Diite.
Poloniua There is nothing that
counts for success in life so much as
Hamlet Oh I I don't know; you
seem to get along pretty fair. Judy.
It Look I.Ike It.
"I think my landlord must lie a oh ess
player," said Dlnwiddle.to Van Ilramm.
"What makesyou think that ?"
"He told me it was my move." Pitts
Chicago Child Ma?
Chicago Mother What Is it. child?
Chicago Child What db women do
with all their old weddBng rings?
Round Town Griggs got out of that
trouble by a light squeeze.
The Fair Young Thing Oh, what a
delightful experience. Yonkera Herald.
NIAGARA r LXwURSIONS.
l.iHltil-Yiienll"" Prlpa VlM IViihnj ;.
The Pennsylvania Railroad Company
has selected the following dates for lb
popular ti n-day excursions to Niagara
calls from Philadelphia, Baltimore,
ami Washington ; July 'M, August !
anil 23, September U and 20, ami Oeto
Ibcr4and 18. On thene date the speci
al train will leave Washington at 8:01
A. M., Baltimore D.-05 A. M.
This year the excursions from Phila
delphia will be inn by two routes,
riioaeoii July l'u, August !, Septenib?)
U, October 4 und lei, going via Harris,
burg ami the picturesque valley of the
Susquehanna as heretofore, apodal
train leaving Philadelphia at 8:10 A.I
1 M.j exclusions of AUgUH) i'l alld Sept-
ember 20 running Via Trenton, Manun
ka Chunk, and the Delaware Valley,
h aving Philadelphia "ti special train at
8:00 a. m.
Kxeurslon tickets, n for return
passage on any regular t rain, exclusive
of limited expresH iinius, within ten
days, will Is' sold ni fclo.00 from Phila
delphia, Baltimore. Washington, and
all points mi tile Delaware Division;
1 1.25 from Vthmtie City; $H.fl0 from
Lancaster; jn.-.ii from Altoouu und
Harrisburg; ttt.W from Suubury and
W ilkesbarre; "i.7"i from Wllliumspnti ;
ami at protMirt innate rates from other
pointa, lueludillK Trenton, Mt.
Palmyra, New Brunswick,
pal Intermediate stations.
I W ill be allowed ill Itiifl'alo,
and prim i-
, 'iiuamlitigutt, und W 'at kins
w II bin llu
Inly I'll, August
her 4 and 18.
the exeursioiiM nl
September tl, leto-
For the excursions of August l'.'I und
September 'JO, stop-over w ill be allowed
at Buflhlo on return trip within limit
Themiecliil trains of Pullman parlor
ear ami day conches will lie run w ith
eaeb excursion running through to
Niagara Fall. An extra eharge will
be made for Mirloi
i'!llltcrnn w ill hcci
For desel ipl i e
connecting tnil us,
a r scut
1 1 ii 1 1 i-l
1 1 1 i
iiipiiny each exeiir-
pamplilet, time o'
, nml further lufor
iieiiiist ticket agent,
illation Mpph to
irnihlress (ieo, . Boyd, A i-tanl
Oeneral Pnseiiger Agent, Broad Street
stati Philadelphia. 7-llMt.
EDt'CKII RATER TO BELtiEFONTE
I For tin CetitroCountv Centennial at 1
I Bellefontc, Pu., July 26 and -, the
Pennsylvania Itailroad Company will
sell excursion tickets from nil station!
. on its line in the State of Pennsylvania,
! to Bellefonte nml return, at one fare for
the round trip minimum rate, 26 etsi.
Tickets will I Id nml good going;
! 1 1 1 1 v 24, 25, ami 2", ami to return until ,
July 27, Inclusive, 7-12-21. 1
- N V I. V A M A ' II A I T A I t I A .
Kedneed Hales lo Mt. Uretna vln
For the Peiuiavlv.iniaChaCaViua to
be held at Mt. (Jretna July 2 to August
8, hhhi, the Pennsylvania Railroad
company will sell special excursion
tickets to Mt, Gretna from New York,
Washington, Baltimore, Frederick,
Ml., Canandagua ami Intermediate
points, Including nil stations on its line
in the Slate of PcilllHVlvatlia.
Ticket w ill be sold June 26 to Allg-n-t
s, inclusive, ami w ill he good to re
turn until August l:;, Inclusive.
a i rieniiiv Saaceatlea,
"Life ii really not wur;h living,"
Said lh pesilmlit with n shiver;
"Old man," the optimist replied,
"Go lak something :or your Uvtr."
Chicufc-o Vul.y News.
A Forced Aeoeptanee.
Mr. Aldermann Young EikoBer
Just aaked me for Mary's hand and
I told him to take her und be happy.
Mrs. Aldermann Oh, John, how
Mr. Aldermann Confound it, I had
to! To-morrow is election, and if I'd
kicked him out of the Iioubo I'd have
lost his vote. Judge.
Crime I'poa Crime.
In senteneing a prisoner to he hanged
for the murder of a soldier Lord Kskv
grove dilated upon the crime u fol
lows: "And not only did you murder
him, whereby he WSJ bereaved of his
life, but you did thrust, or push, or
pierce, or project, or propel the lethal
weapon through tire bellyband of hit 1
regimentnl breeches, which were hi
majesty's 1" I
Over half a century of it
is one uf tiie reasons why
the product of this Ion
experience are best. The
are sold by leading dea
ers. For catalogue Xo. i,
explaining points of it
terest to buyers, ad-lrc?
laterMMtl.inal Mlvaf ' iui.udi,
Alt ri.li ti, ( ..in.
U a ID DAI SAM
Cleanirt and atautlflt th hall.
Prumulc a laxurit frowth.
S5 T.lli to BatoraOraj
..... , VM.ii.hil f-n .ir.
Cam ksIb diiraan a hair iaU
jsW in ai'inr
iwy j! victim w firndy within
I.. - ,1.-
is imiwi. in umri eases inr niomi is ipuckiv Illieo Willi nils pOlSOIIOUS Virus Unil Hie
swollen glands, HIUCUI jmtiiies in the mouth, sores on sculp, ulreis on tongue, sore
throat, emotion on skin, runner loloml sulotches. Kiel t.ebi k' li.iir and evebrowa
leave no ro.m for doubt, as these are all unmistakable signs of Contagious blood 1'oiv.ou.
Doctors still prescribe mercury and potash aa the only cure for Blood Poison. The. poisonous min
r.ds never yet made a complete and permanent cure of Contagious hlocil Poison. The- drive the disease
bock into the syatem, cover it up for a while, but it breaks out again iii worn- form. These powerful mineral produce mercurial
rheumatism nd the most offensive sore ami ulcers, causing the joints to stiffen snd .1 r nails to drop oil. Mercury rmd
potash makes wroeka, not curoa, ami those who have been dosed with these dnig are 1 ver 'ter ftte from ache and un.
S. S. S. acts in an entirely different manner, being a purely vegetable remedy ; it forces the m isi 11 out of the system, and
instead of tearing down, builds up ami invigorates the general health. S. S. S is the niv antid itc for this specific virus, and
therefore the only cure for Contagious Blood Poison. No malter in what stage or how hoa.-U-ss the case may apK-ar, even
though pronounced incurable by the doctois, S. S S. can be lelied upon to make h rapid, permanent cure. S. S. S. is not a
new, umricu remedy; r.n experience oi nearly fifty
only purely vegetable blood medicine known.
Ml II U Wvci. iiki MulWrtv St . Nrwitk.
spread ull uver my tiolv.
These hooll brokr nut
:er fortius. AB correspondence i held
An Importanl Pendnltim.
Through the effort of Prof, John
Millie and Prof, lodge Davidson.an
"earthquake pendulum," costing $l'."'U,
has recently been Bent to Ilawuli, where
it will In- employed to study the
tremors to which our new Iv-annexed
island group is subject, 'Ibis under
taking forms part of a great seismic
Mirvcy of the world, through which It
is hoped io obtain a falrlj complete
knowledge nf the location of the earth
quake centers of the globe, and of the
direction ami intensity of the earth- j
quake waves which radiate from them. ,
The station at Hawaii will be among
the most Important.
Huxley Why, aeronaut ists tell u
that a woman's voice can bn dis
tinctly heard at an altitude of 3,520
Trimble tirent Caesar; It must
have beeu my wifel Brookyn Life.
Tli llljfhrr Bduoallom,
Jim nickey IIow did you come to
let those Baryale boy get you full
the other evening?
Tom Do Witt Well, 3011 see, I
never had the advantages of a col
lage training. - Harlem Life.
ffafr. Al'-vayn n llahle. Ldlr, iwk nroinnit Air
'111 I'll IMTDK'M KNIilalNII Hi Ked auitl
allI 111. 1,1. iir hmel, M'tttrHl Willi bllifl ritlln'1
Tke no oilier. KrfUsr dnroui ubtill
lullon-incl linlinilonB. Bujrof your lmiKKit,
or iwtitl in NtumpA fnr Pmrllrnlara, Trail
monlnla uml It. ll. r for IMillra." fn (attar,
by reluru Hall lo.ooo TMtlmonlftl. Hold by
all I irugjftstt,
omrHKnTrB OHBUIOAL CO.
ftlOO nillt. qiiurr, I'll II. A., .
Mxnllmi tiii- iir.
I MARBLE WORKS.
K. H. LANCE,
Dealer in HwrMe ami
seoti h UrMlte . .
STONES & CEMETERY
Old Stones Cleaned and Repaired.
Prices as Low as the Lowest.
'!. A. JJMmS, Art.. t
L" Crcc:rrcve, Pa. -j-
a! rv poiticgGi,
All professional business BDtratted 10 rny cure
win receive prompt and careful attention.
AS. U. CR0U8B,
A'l'TOItr K Y AT LAW,
All LusiiKcH entrnsted tobici.ie
will receive i ioiupt attention:
MB SWITCH 65 CENTS.
r. BILL 111 lis nun sniHIIIvb to aaatek
r h.lr atfruea 65c " $3.25 f Wl !
.-.trbfi. that ratjl at t. WO tit M.MI
miB nrrcu- '' 1,1 outani f 1
uun uri-tn. U9 i,lCiflM) . nnHx -
M-t.j .f uf Hit- tri .ha-ie waritaxl. and rut it
outaa nrevr the i an - sfihlr. Inrlone
aar spMlal prlf adtd . . i reala atlra to
pay puaURU, aiil wr will aiah iha awlifh ta
aiatrli jar aatr atart, and fend to jni hy
mall. poalpald. and it ruu arc not perfectly
aatuned, return It and we will lmuiedlau-lj
refund your monew.
0rS(relalllfrrrleeaeMlowti S-Of. iwlth
Win. lornr. it.m, 63c: abort atftn,
9QCI - " ' " -rtft'"'. 91.23
Zt-M. loniT. Mi'irv flve-ni, ti.9Vi
ii-ln.lonir.BtM.rtat iii.S2.2SI :' V r
loiiar.iliit -;.,. S3. 23. WS tH.AaUJ.TKI
Ul H wuiia lite muin-s. urajia ud
market. OreW al . e-d set k peei ,i
rieea Tear asejaei r rt.d IT ymm are
a4ap. Write for Free CafiaiOffu of
HalrUooda. Add ream,
SEARS, ROEBUCK 4 CO.flnC.) CKiciS
.n r r ui 1 rrnnernvae 1
. 1 i r- ti l i, : ..
years has proven it a lure su.l
N J . wti I wl iBtcted with terrible blood
into k.iTr, unil il in cui-y lo Iniagia t lie nunrnwv;
tin ijbi M i u, v r 1 1 1 . I w . . . s diihhi I U1H II
the rosp of themousler before the true
no. tun eoltia O" nir do i j 1 ni i iim.i tprni a nuauieil dollar, whlen w k renlly till own sway I I hiri
tried rariouii ..u.-ui ntealcines, bul thev Ji.l not iru.li f hi ili When i hud bnliiheo my iirl
bottle of s s s i wi sreatlv improverf, an. I wai deliKbteil with the rrnult i'Im large, n d sptotcbe
on inv client twnn to j(iow a -r i nnl miallri M-id brfore !'i!n .1 ijiprured rntirrU I reKaiueii my
losl weiabt, became tlrongcr, aud my sppttitc inipi ived i wa hhhi rntitrli well, mnl my iKm aa
deal m m pirrr of iiUii "
8end for our Home Treatment book, which contain valuable information about
this disease, with complete direction for rl( treatment Oui medical department il
in charge of physicians who have made life-lime study ol blood .!i s, s Don't
heit::te to write for any information or adiic -.'ti'ed We innke nocbni what-
in the most sacred confidence. THE SV.I,'
1 Read This ! Read Wis ! j
TWTV DP'CQTJ'WTi (jrnfinvr rKj? ft a nnnrC A
ui i nuOijjLi a o x.
If larger than ever before ; ii;.i
o EUSS for 1 1 1 SAAIK (lOODS
wish i ti cii
ut will suit if..
Ol III I S III! ', .
nut ilr: l, 1
o you give my stuck nl euipi is
O of some ol m. Imiigniiis I am
! Ste If Display of Cite, Mi hhk fflam. i
L'licfbjltbt light on those goods. p
One Word About Pictures.
r am offering my presi nl slin k of piclure at coal, LESS 5j
THAN COST am some lei Hi pi it uf thi giuss in thai flumes.
toll'l lllisi- lllls Mile. V-
1 ... .1 . .. .1 : 1.. . v. .. :.. 1.- ........ ..11 V
O 1 1111 e si line (ii ei i 1 1. in
I.a'ei will surprise you in Styles nml Prices,
TTUTITTIT II VTWfl
In this branch ol tn.v luiaiuesH 1 am prepureil to give llm
J public the best serbicethal can be Bocurod bv money, tnui un I
9 personal attention. My en, ppnge in tbia branch of husiucHs is
if tile lilies! ill tl.
Z UNDERTAKING PA I I "
line w tiI iii".ii 1 report lh.'
m prices, 1 Ul'AllANTKK In" 1
imiise lu the county, ii.taiiavii 1
Kind-Class Livery Connectui
9 Tt'lonlion ( 'onnection,
This Dictionary FREE;
I iiHIN :
eller I Iter:
Jir iri- i'l I : 1 1 1 1 1 II
hiits,. mi ntlfinliiu
tin riiver nf
t FARM AND HOME, Box D,
d o e at
"Star" tin tiiH (showing n
of tag), "HorseSboe," ".I.T.
and "Drammond" lialural I.
Hecuriui; Dresent mentioned
Everv mau. woman and child
that tLej would like tt. have,
I Krufv, DIM ldadt. V, i 'Iff .
H kSctasort. el H Itu'iiea
4 Ohlld'M rWt, K-ilf". Fort mi-! H di S
6 Salt tud Ppj t BitofiniHUh t:n I-
npli tin't ii w)ir nMMttl
f mm i Hriar I I'M -
i mi r, ii- II w grvoad, ttua ICoglUh
H Itutte-r Knife, irii'lt pUtw, l- il
qtialif )' fW
ft Hiii-'ar Bbvtl, tni l'- plft'w. Ih-si qua . fl
1(1 lli X. otiTlllIU' arflTeT
II K nife. " K-ti Kuttur," m., blaVuVi
ia Botcher Kiiiff. "Kmu Kutiw' - In
tilaile ... J8
i.t siiMiir1-. h i n Kntter " Mnrii., ... .u
14 Nut Bft, CleWkvT t4ld v PiCeUi -iT
Tinted . -tl
ir MM Hall. "Ah-ri-iMtitiii," bwl 'luiit.Jt"'
Iff Alarm Clock, DtriwI. llu
1 ; Six OefiditM Ui'Hr' Ttin-ji-looai btfl
I laieta) .. .U 1M
1 tta'rh, iilci.el, ntttu wiii l snd aol . )tuj
ly Carvr-m, k td teal, Lu kburn
St six Owiiaioa K"tfrV Table Spoons,
I'laretl u .uda '0
SI Htx SSCbi Knl4 and 1 ufka. liUi k
iK-rn hautllea ... . KQ
S3 Blx each. Miu t 'if BtaterV Knlras
and i . -. (wai plat d .nd (00
THE AWI'F OFFFR frorf WVi'VSER 30th. 19C0.
Qnarial Mnf inn t Plata " tar4' Tin Taf (that la. Mtar tin taa y.ithnn mU
OpbOldl IMUIIUB . itar, prim,..! ,,n undwilili-.'f taK'. ri"i u I imt'nin.
baodrni, 'ft. . '..-1
lr.it '.vi. I i.m.hIJ
t.r l.r. ri-
V ill. A II IN HIND that a dlnr'a worth or
STAR PLUG 703ACCO
will I oat lunger nod ullurd mire plrnnure tliitu n dlmi'N m I'j of nay
other brand. MAKE THE TEST' (
Send tag to COTI.E.TAL TOBACCO CO., St. Louii, Mo.
i o mm
III I si I SI .' 111 I It. I. tllC
nature of tin disease
i : ., . .,
unfuihng cine for this discjse.
It is the
dines. wWch w In unols at fiml I mi iftrt w.ir.la
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ei ion hns tie called lo lateh In rtgarft 01
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1 easier I'AYMKNT tlian nil others,
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12 DEPARTMENTS IN ONE VOLUME.
iieni'le. Iii unalit) it is uneirelli-H.eveii 11) tin-ureal lannai u "ii'
uito.uy. In auwilltj it I'wiiisliii neail) ever) w'-rii in ciiiiiiimhi
uuse. and fully snuwert the narisiw of al lesil Uiree nut of even
four iieonle wori-Hilai IllcUoiiar) baa in.s.i" 11 wonln, Ccuturj 331
anil standard ssojaW. Tliene rout from Slu t" ?w rarh. 'ur. uli
AO (inn u iu'iIn iiiki n" be had iilKin lemn heretofore iiiihi tnl "f.
A neat denlce hlicvs Ihf I'tmal itiruis ol all 1 1 iioutis.
Another lioliim mil aiui .".nun ehrrlall) ihilii uit wurtlsi I'lil
the KiesteKt of h afhlevemenl In inoilern dliilonar) uisklnu i Ibe
addition of 85JINI aordu to tlila illrtlonar) In Uiesneol u siiii.it iae,
called the "Coluuiblau Word-Builder."
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If vi.nr mtliKrrlptluii Is irnl Imnirillatelj m- ill nifcit Inrlnnea 1 ursei
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Springfield, Masn., or Chicago, lils.
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" "Good Luck," "Cross How,"
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below, end u;oy be assorted.
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su tttiit Caae, (tastier, hauilaoms
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4 Betjla afoalfl Box, M , loota Udj .Mimi
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