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THE SHADOW OF DEATH Remarkable Recovery of a ton Woman. Washing-- , Mrs. Enos Shearer, Vew and Washington Sta.. Centralia, Wash., with one kidney gone, the other badly diseased, and five doctors in waa consultation, thought to be in a hopeless state. The story of Mra. Shearer's awful sufferings, and her wonderful cure through using Doan's Kidney Pills, is a long one, but will Interest any sufferer with backache or kidney trouble, and Mrs. Shearer will tell it to any one who writes her, enclosing a stamp. "I am well and active, though 65 years old, and give all the credit to Doan's Kidney Pills," says Mrs. Shearer. Remember the name Doan's. For sale by all dealers. 60 cents a box. Foster-Mi- l burn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. HE Well-Mean- MEANT GOWNS EVENING t Compliment to American Woman Somewhat Marred by BONStX c MABBIX ?a HE was very pretty there I was no doubt whatever I about that; and Harold at pretty things of all kinds, especially women, lingered in the shadow of the hallway and Maud watched pretty Elhlyn as she sst at the fireplace, one dainty foot resting on tlfe brass andiron, and her d head bent low as with a tiny gold pencil she wrote something on a sheet of note paper which reposed, woman fabhlon. in her lap. Presently the writing ceased, and the fair writer, thinking herself alone, proceeded, In a way she had, to talk to her own charming self; and Harold, the man who listened, excused himself on the plea that what she was saying could be no secret, or she would not utter it aloud, even though supposing herself to be alone. And this is what he beard: "Yes, Cupid, I have written a valentine to the one who Is destined by you to be my fate; for, according to maidens' belief, only he, my own true lover, can find It and answer it; hence, should an answer come, it will be absolute proof to me that the writer of it Is my future lord and master." And she made a little curtsey before the long pier glass; and, snatching a soft wool shawl from the sofa, she wound It about her head and shoulders and, the valentine in her band, went out on to the porch and ran down the garden path, Harold from the hall window discreetly watch-lu- g her as she went lightly down past the old moss-growwell to the somewhat bleak and deserted summer curl-crowne- Unfortunate Error. Mons. Pruger, who from bis triumph at the Savoy hotel In London has come to New York to conduct a very fashionable restaurant, was complimented by a reporter on his perfect English. "Well," said Mons. Pruger, smiling, "my English is, perhaps, better than that of the Marquis X., who supped here after the opera the other evening. ''Our fine supper rooms looked very gay and fine, diamonds flashed, pale fabrics shimmered, and everywhere, turn where It would, the eye rested on dimpled, snowy shoulders shining like satin above decollete bodices of Paris gowns. "These decollete bodices Impressed the Marquis X. lie waved his hand and Bald: " "I 'ave knowed parfaitement that the American young ladies was beautiful, but ah I cannot say how far more beautiful they seem In their night dresses." N. Y. Press. The Wonderful Y. M. C. A. In the past ten years no other re llglous organization has received so much money as the Y. M. C. A. Millions have been raised for new buildings all over the land, and with no apadmin parent strain. Its business-likIstratlon of Its vast resources. Its energy la pushing Its work in the cltiei and through the railroad, army and navy branches and Its fine policy In following the armies In all recent wars, have created for It a world-widenthusiasm. At the last banquet ot the International committee, Scnatot Root affirmed that they bad mad their way by working with men more than by talking to them, saying: "Come with us," not "Go do that." Ry their appeal to all classes of Chris tians. as well as to they have kept out of doctrinal tbeol ogy, and by their activity In good works they have escaped cant In religion AH Interested In saving our boys and young men re joice In their world-wlsuccess. LcRlle's Weikly. uQ& aI If non-arriv- O, sweetheart inlnel offer. ' I have no lift to Bo priceless aa then srtl I only come, a lover true and tender. And bring to you my heart. As Described by Pepys. Old Pepys diary records almost yearly allusions to St. Valentine's day. Pepys tells us that February H. 1661, he took Mrs. Marts, the wife of his friend Sir W. Rralten, for his valentine, adding, in parenthesis, that he did it only for complacency. And Sir W. liratten In like manner took Mrs. Pepys for bis valentine, "and so we were very merry." February 13 Pepys squandered 40 shillings on Lady liratten upon a payre of embroidered and six payre of plain white gloves." February 21 Sir W. Bralten sent Mrs, Pepys "half a down pair of gloves and a pair of silk stockings and garters for ber valentine." was prominent In the athletic attain of the Institution, and her gift is tc be expended toward the betterment ol the swimming pool. All undergrad nates are required to qualify as swim men, as the exercise Is one of lbs in out popular of the college sports. Yes. "If yon wsnt a thing well don Mads a Little Curtsey. "Got an expert to do It for you Ain't that more sense than what you house, where he saw her slfp the valwere going to say"" entine under a loose stone at the sill; and then, for reasons of bis own, not wishing to be discovered by the fair Head Bookkeeper Must be Reliable. writer of the valentine, he swiftly left making a The chief bookkeeper In a large busi the house by another path, few moments ness house In one of our great West circuit which In a summer house, ern cities speaks of the harm coffee brought htm slso to the where be deftly abstracted the valendid for him: not pausing, however, to read It "My wife and I drsnk our first cop tine, own of Postum er two yesrs ago. until safely within his rearr-- 1bachelor little but, having them, and we have used it ever since, to the quarters; no could longer brook lay and, entire exclusion of tea and coffee. It he with bat and overcoat still on, he drew happened In this way: pocket the tiny sheet of note "About three and a half years ago from his In Maud's graceful I had an cttark of pneumonia, which paper and read. the following: chirogrsphy, left a memento In the shape of dyspep sia, or rather, to speak more correctly, Gtxd saint, oa earth somewhere, they tell me, neuralgia o the stomach. My "cup of te waltins a VaWitln. cheer bad always been coffee or tea, and tfvt-- r end loral alway. but I became conr'noed, after a time. Brave t be tntne. And sim that they aggravated my stomach iron Cn rn i"l find him.dayand tell htm duly Ann'her heart tender and true tie. I happened lo mention the matter to my grocer one day and he sug As a Valentine; aotnewhera Is waiting- tor him. gested that I give Postum a trial. And to find her let Mm sett you. "Next day It came, but tb cook made the tnifttake hf not boiling It sufficientEarly the next morning Maud tlsit-ethe summer house and. while not ly, and we did not like It much. This wss, however, soon remedied, and now really expecting to find her valentine like It so murh that we will never gone, she did hope that It might be, so change back. Pootura, being a food eagerly raised the stone at the mill Tbeverage instead of a drug, has been and gave a little shriek of girlish dethe means of curing my stomach trou- light at finding her hope realized. ble, I erily believe, for I am a well Yes, ber valentine was unmistaktnan today and bavs used no other ably gone. Rut who could have taken It? And. whoever. It was. It was remedy. "My work as chief bookkeeper in oof quite shabby of him not to have anCo. s branch bouse here Is of a very swered IL Could It have been that confining nature. teasing boy cousin of hers? If so, Daring my days I was subject to nerv she would never bear the last of If. ousness and 'the blues In addition to But no Jltn would never bava pot my ska spells. These nsve left tne the stone bsck properly. alnce I began nslng Postum and I can Hsud was becoming a good detee-Ue- . at least in affairs of love. recommend those It to conscientiously But who could It bave been? She whose work confines thorn to long felt certain that so one had seen ber bours of severe mental exertion. "There's a Reason." deposit ber valentine there under the Look In pMtn. for the Httlo book, stone; bene It befog gon would that Fate bad Indeed been at "The Road to Wellville." work In ber behalf. But who was the F.vrr & em ft ate- tint maa? re araalae, Inw e aael fall ef fcaaaaa And Maud Aropped down on the ram-Sa threat. CLEAR-HEADE- - But what she thought of him the little lady did not say. That evening, as she again sat at the old fireplace, feeling, it must be confessed, somewhat disappointed at the of her valentine, a white missive, evidently tossed In through the open hall window, fell at ber feet But no one was in sight, and, full of eager expectation, Maud opened the sealed missive. "Ob, how romantic! how delicious!' she exclaimed, as, with beating heart and dancing eyes, she read: you!" A Gift to Bryn Mawr. Miss Cynthia M. Wesson of Spring field. Mass., has Riven 17.000 to Rryo Mawr colU g!. Miss Wesson, who wai graduated from Uryn Mawr In 1909 Well Is Harold." Then, as she turned her head, the door behind her opened softly, and somebody took her in his arms, and somebody's kisses silenced the protests of her lips: A little struggle a woman's last pretense of battle before the surrender she is happy in making and then Maud, with all the tender love of her heart shining In ber glorious eyes, whispered, softly I am so glad It was "O Harold! e e tlcTseat, albeit not a romantto spot in winter, to meditate and arrive at some conclusion undisturbed. She really did hope that it was not the young clergyman ; fur she was not at all up In theology and was quit too undignified for a clergyman's wife. "And the young doctor would not do, nice aa he is," she said, emphatically, "for I never could be sweet and amiable enough to share him with all the other women in the town." She paused a moment and then continued: "Ralph Is a bright young lawyer, but so metaphysical; and, while I can occasionally assume an Interest in metaphysics, that mental diet daily would be very wearing. But don't you think. Miss Maud," she continued gayly to herself, "that you are presuming a great deal in taking it for granted that any one of these gentlemen wishes to be your valentine? Oh, no! I do not flatter myself. But the eligible young men in town are so few that I must mention them all to find somebody, so I might as well refer to the others. Reginald comes next, and he does waltz divinely; but waltzing Is not very profitable, and I fear it is poor Reggie's strongest point. Tom Is Intellectual; but he has such a dreadful temper that I should feel all the time as though I were living with dynamite. Joe is a tyrant, and be is so insanely Jealous. Now, I love to have my own way, or think I do; and, if a man were determined to be Jealous anyway, I am afraid I might be tempted to tease him a little, so that combination would not do at all. Only two are left Jack and Harold; and J&ck Is a dear good boy, but not at all commanding." (She had forgotten that she discarded Joe because he was.) "And last, but not least, there 1 On Valentine Morning. In some English villages even yet the custom of "valentlnlng" la ob served. The children gather early In the morning and go from bouse to house singing some chorus like Good-morro- to you, Valentine, furl your locae as I do mine. Two before and threa behind. to you, Valentin. Uood-morro- The children are rewarded with lib tie notions, pennies or candles tossed to them from the windows. coffee-drinkin- EXCELLENT REMEDY. Nursing Mothers and Women Break Up a Cold In Twenty-Fou- r Hours and Cure Any Cough That Is Curable. VIII Over-burden- ed In all stations of life, whose vifor and vitality may by overbsve been undermined snd broken-dow- n work, exacting social duties, the too frequent bearing of children, or other csuses, will find in Dr. Pierce's Fsvorite Prescription the most potent, ever devised restorative strength-give- r for their special benefit. Nursing mothers will find it especially valuable in sustaining their strength and promoting so abundant nourishment for the child, r.xocctant mothers too will find it a priceless boon to prepare the system for baby's coming snd rendering the ordeal comparatively painless. It csn do no barm in any stute, or condition of the ictuala system. Delicate, nervooa, weak women, mho matter from frequent The following mixture is often pre scribed and is highly recommended ror coughs, colds and other throat and bronchial trouble. Mix two ounces of Glycerine, a of Virgin Oil of Pine compound pure, and eight ounces of pure Whisky. These can be bought in any good drug store and easily mixed together in a largo bottle. The genuine Virgin Oil of Pine compound pure is prepared only in the laboratories of the Leach Chemical Co., Cincinnati, and put up for dis e vials. pensing in half-ounc- e htadsche, backache, ttratilai'down distress or Infrom paJa Jul Irregularities. Haawlat or distressed sensation stomach, dlxxy or taint spells, see Imaginary specks or spots floating tetore eyes, bave disagreeable, catarrhal drain, prolapsus, mnteverslott or retroversion or other displacements of worn nly orians from weakness ot parts will, whether they eX' or only a tew ot the abovo symptoms, find pcrlenca many relief and m permanent cure by es'nfl talthtul'.y and fairly persistently Dr. Pierce' m Faterlte Prescription. half-ounc- HOSPITABLE MAN. world-famespecific for woman's weaknesses and peculiar ailments is pure glyoerio extract of the choicest native mediciuul roots without a drop of alcohol in its make-up- . All its ingredients printed in pluin English on it i and attested under oath. Dr. l'ierco thus invites the tulle. t investigation ol his formula knowing that U will be found to contain only tho best agents known to the most advanced medical science of all the different schools of practice for tho cure of woman's peculiar weaknesses snd ailments. If you wsnt to know more about the composition snd professional endorsement of the "Fsvorite Prescription," send postal card request to Dr. K. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y., for his fret booklet treating of same or, better till, send 31 one-cecopy of Dr. Pierce's Commo stamps for cloth-boun- This bottle-wrapp- nt "About seven years ago a small abrasion appeared on my right leg just above my ankle. It irritated me so that I began to scratch it and it began to spread until my leg from my ankle to the knee was one solid scale like a scab. The Irritation was always worse at night and would not allow me to sleep, or my wlfo either, and it was completely undermining our health. I lost fifty pounds In weight and was almost out of my mind with pain and chagrin os no matter where the irritation came, at work, on the street or in tho presence of company, I would have to scratch It until I had the blood running down into my shoe. I simply cannot describe my suffering during those seven years. The pain, mortification, loss of sleep, both to myself and wife Is simply indescribable on paper and one has to experience it to know what It is. "I tried all kinds of doctors and remedies but I might as well have thrown my money down a sewer. They would dry up for a little while and fill me with hope only to break out again just as bad if not worse. I had given up hope of ever being cured when I was induced by my wife to give the Remedies a trial. 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They are made on lasts that insure the utmost comfort, yet Eivo your feet that trim and stylish look. 4 and Apr. 13. 1909. ar-g- ti eire LEADING LADY SHOES Cutl-cur- a Now-afte- d Sense Medical Adviser, new, revised Hdition, 1008 pages. fawarai You can't afford to accept as a substitute for this remedy a secret nostrum of unknown composition. Don't do it. It is not only foolish but often dangerous to do so. "Our master is a charming man. Every year he admits one of us to his table." LEG A MASS OF HUMOR Substantial Valentines. i.hr. II. 't. I!,, WW,, t la In olden days vslentlncs were pretty jf IhiiiiUjiNauK) imfomsa. ve. some chosen for to friend the gifts When Woman it In Politics. day. The lady valentines of the six"The city faihers voted" teenth snd seventeenth centuries were "You mean the city fathers and honored not by anonymous verse, but mothers." Judge. by substantial gifts. rt r. vor a i t .n. or rot r THE LION IN LOVE. d a F - d AN U, om. pa-- IM. 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