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rslttfh'od of .Work. HAD TO USE A CANE. ", Pinero has an unusual method of writing his plays. Hia Weakened Kidneys Made an Elwood, work-- day docs not begin until that of Ind., Man's 'Back Give Out. the average city man is over. In the morning he goes out, preferably on R A. Pugh, transfer business, 2120 his bicycle, returning in time for early North B street, Elwood, Ind., says: dinner. Then he has a comfortable "Kidney trouble kept 6leep, and on. waking up, late in the me laid up for a Ions; afternoon, he piepares for business. time, and when After a t irp of tea he goes to his desk was able to be up I working at his play until had to use a cane. far Into the night I had terrible s and pain In Infant Trained to Steal. the shoulders. The A woman has been arrested in Paris secretions kidney carrying in her arms a wore dark colored. child which has been trained to snatch After doctoring in watches and scarfpins as its mother vain, I began using Doan's Kidney carried it through the streets. The Pills. Three boxes cured nie entirely, infant was seen to grab two watches and I am glad to recommend them." and seven pins in less than half an Sold by all dealers. 50 cents a box. hour. Foster-MllburCo., Buffalo, N. Y. laywnaht Mr, A VV s baek-ache- DRIVEN TO GET RELIGION. BUILT UP HER HEALTH SPEEDY CURE OF MISS G000E. She la Made Well by Lydia E. Pink-hamVegetable Compound, and Writes Gratefully to Mrs. Pinkham. 's For the wonderful help that she has found Miss CoraUoode, 255 E. Chicago Avenue, Chicago, 111., believes it her duty to write the following1 letter for publication, in order that other women afflicted in the same way may be Jllisf Cora Goode benefited as she was. Miss Goode is president of the Bryn Mawr Lawn Tennis Chib of Chicago. She writes; Dear Mrs. Pinkham: tried niany different rempuies to build up my system, which had become run down from loss of proper rest and unreasonable hours, but nothing seemed to help me. Mother 's a crrat advocate of Lydia E. Vegetable Compound for female troubles, having used it herself some years ago w ith, Bo I hrrsfl to take it, giVat and m less than a month I was aMe to be otit of bed and out of doors, and in tbrt e months I was.ttrtirely urolh Roally I have never felt ao strong and well as I have since. " No other medicine has such a record . "I Pink-ham- 's siiCL-ess.- of curesof female trouble ashas Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Women who are troubled with painful or irreg-ujaperiods, backache, bloating- (or flatulence), displacement of orpins, inflammation or ulceration, can be restored to perfect health and strength by taking Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Mrs. Pinkham invites all sick women to write her for advice. She has guided thousands to health. Tier experience is very great, and she gives the benefit of it to all whovstand in need of wise counsel. She is the daughter-in-laof Lydia E. Pinkham and for twenty five years' has been advising sick women free of charge. Address, Lynn, Mass. r HOLD UP! ana? consider K77 brandSLICKER, J", POMMEL tax fl aaasv. ssK ..M v ALL WATERPROOF Man's AttendReason for Close-Fisteance at Church. man tells of a man of affairs In a town of that state, who until recently had never been observed to take an interest In church matters. Suddenly, however, he became a regular attendant at Divine service, greatly to the astonishment of his fellow townsmen. "What do you think of the case of old Ketchum?" said one of the business men of the place to a friend. "Is It true that he has got religion?" "Well, hardly," replied the other, with the air of one who knows "The fact is, it's entirely a matter of business with him. I am In a position to know that about a year ago he loaned the pastor $50, which the latter was So there remained unable to pay. nothing for Ketchum but to take it out in pew rent." The Sunday Magazine. A New Hampshire tight-fiste- A Letter from School. They were talking about boarding schools, and a lawyer drew a letter from his pocket. "My son," he said, "started In at a new boarding school last week, and here is a letter that I got from him this morning." It The letter was passed about. said: "Dear pa I think 1 have got apenda-seets- . The boys at this school are not very nice, but 1 will try not to lain eny bad babbits. I do not think the food is good, but I would not mind If I was a little stronger. "The piece of meat enclosed is what we had on Sunday, but on other days it Is tuffer. Do not mind my being so uncomfortable, as I do not think I will last long. Please send me a dollar as I owe a boy a dollar. JOHN." "Your wretched son, Improved on Nature. Miss Mary Cassatt, the noted Philadelphia artist, lives in Paris. Several of her pictures have the great honor to be hung in the Luxembourg, and Miss Cassatt's studio teas are extremely popular in the American col-onl- Miss Cassatt at one of her teas talked to a Philadelphian about an English animal painter. "He painted last winter," she said, "a" number of pictures of dead game. They were highly praised. Tie man's head was turned. Anion? ihe pictures was a group of dead rabbits. A critic commended these rabbits. " 'They are remarkably true to nature,' he said. "'Nature!' the artist exclaimed. 'Yes, I flatter myself that there is more nature in those rabbits than " you ah usually see in rabbits.' CLOTHING. 1X1 is made oT the best malerialsjnbtickorllow fully tfudrantftd.and sold by reiidble dealers everywhere. 417 5TICKTDTHE ilr.N jKi OF THF FKU CO JTCWt nA5.t TOWIS CANADIAN TORONTO, CAN. A BOSTON W. L. DOUGLAS '3.50 &$3.00 Shoes BEST IN THE WORLD W.LDouglat $4 Gilt Edge line cannotbeequalledatanyprice. To Shoe Dralrrt : W. L. Douglas' Job. bing Home Is the most complete in this country raf Sendor m Catalog A Good Record. Out of all the external remedies on the market we doubt if there is one that has the record of that porous plaster Allcock's. It has now been in use for sixty years, and still continues to be as popular as ever in doing its great work of relieving onr pains and aches. It is the remedy we all need when suffering from any ache or pain resulting from taking cold or overstrain. Allcock's Plasters are sold by Drug gists all over the world. world-fenowne- Honey Vinegar. One of tbe latest food products coming from Holland, that land of agricultural Industry, is honey vinegar, which Is now manufactured there on a commercial scale. The particular characteristics of vinegar made from honey are its agreeable aroma and pleasant ta.--u 1 RHEUMATISM AND SHOES FOR EVEKYBODY AT ALL FKICES. Men's Shoes. tS to $1.50. Boys' Shrwi, $a $4 Op to $1.50. o$l. 26. Women's ShoeB, Chllilron's Shoes. $.36 to $1.00. Misses' Douglas Women's, Misses and Try W. NEURALGIA Children's shoes; fur style, flt and wear tiers' Vel oilier makes. If I could take you Into my large factories at Brockton, Mass. .and show you how carefully VV.L. Douglas shoe. are made, you would then understand why they hold their shape, it better, wear longer, and are of greater valuo than any other makt. W. L. ST JACOBS tut: thing adrertawdin Its columns should insiM upon having what they ask lor. refusing all substi- tutes or Imitations SUMMITRY wept over south:Mth destroyed severe! coral fishing boats. According to the present program l'n- ident Roosevelt will stop at San Juan, P. K., on his way back from Panama Over 200 soldiers of the garrison at Cronstadt have been arrested on the charge ot being members of the revolutionary organization. Tom Crodipton, a negro, was lyched near Centervlle, Miss. It is alleged that he murdered that he con f l Ely Whltaker, a farmer. The Bank of Jamestown, in Moniteau county, Missouri,, was entered by robbers, who blew open the safe, se cured ll'.TOO and escaped. The bodies of three miners who had died by inhaling gas were found as he day shift of miners went to work in the James Mullen mine No. 1, neai Philadelphia. Charles O. Hutchinson, an old man who lived in a cabin at Alpine, Cal., and who had been missing for several days, was found dead about three miles from his cabin. A board of bishops of the Methodist church, in session in Rochester, N. Y., decided to raise $700,000 to rebuild churches destroyed by the San Francisco earthquake. Three hundred chaffeurs employed by the New York Transportation company, which operates 250 public electric cabs, went on strike last week for an increase in wages. More than a dozen persons were Injured and It is believed that one or more lives were lost in a fire which destroyed the Chamber of Commerce building in Kansas City. William E. Hammond of Wilmington, Dela., has been left $8,000 by a stranger whom he befriended some years ago while running as a news agent on tbe Delaware railroad. While the second torpedo boat flotilla was 1n Newport waters recently for target practice, it is reported to have excelled any previous marksmanship by a toipedo flotilla of the navy. Judge Brentano of Chicago has an thorized the sale of the Milwaukee State bank, which was wrecked by its president, Paul O. Stensland, to the Assets Realization company for approximately $750,01)0. Two farm hands were murdered near Bristol, Minn. Their bodies were discovered in a hayloft a mile northwest of Bristol. The indications are that the murder was committed while the men were asleep Forty-seveof the passengers and thirteen members of the crew of the Russian coasting steamer Variagin have been rescued by Chinese boats. The Yaiiagin struck a floating mine and sank near Vladivostok. Governor General Magoon Is not likely to request Venezuela to extradite Manuel Silveira. the fugitive banker of Havana, who is understood to be in Caracas, as no criminal charges have yet been made against him. A daring attempt to liberate fifteen prisoners from Harlem. New York, jail was frustrated, but not until one keeper had been so seriously beaten that he may die, and another sustained a broken arm and serious bruises. A man named Spoggs, once a promin the Balkan inent revolutionary provinces, was killed at Mitau while on his way to America, because he He had just had betrayed his party. recovered from a wound inflicted on him by revolutionists George M. Pool was arrested at Los Angeles as a fugitive from the justice of Texas, where. It is alleged, he is wanted for the murder at. Beaumont in 1898 of two or more men in the course of 9 family feud, and of United States Marshal Jim Jett. Every railroad In the country on which members of the Switchmen's union of America are employed has received from that organization a demand fur increased wages and an eight hour day. Unless the demand is granted the men will strike. Raisuli; the bandit chief, has replied to the message of Mohammed Ell Torres, the representative of the sultan of Morocco, asking him to restore order in the district of Arzilla, saying that he had charged his brother with the task of restoring order there. The president has received the of a Committee recently sent to Oklahoma to investigate charges preferred aanst Governor Franlz of that territory. The report completely exonerated the governor and will undoubtedly be approved by the president. learned thiit Senorn It has just Guadalupe Vigiiy Bares, wife of a rancher at Round Mountain. N. M., and her two little children lost their lives as the direct result of a terrible blizzard. All three were drowned In the R'o Grande river near 8an llde Fonso, Pueblo. Runiing at a speed estimated at fifty miles an hour, the fast train between Cleveland and PittKburg on tbe Pennsylvania railroad known as the "Cleveland Flyer," was sldeswlped by the caboose ()f a freight train near Bellevue station, five trainmen being injured in the wreck A hurricane which -- west rn Japan on the ess-m- n Ix.-e- Wherever you live, you can obtain Douglas shoes. His name and price l stamped on the bottom, which protects youaxolnst hitr.li prices and Inferior shoes. Takr no ah fin. Ask your dealer lor W. L. Douglas shoes and Insist upon having them, fasf Color tucleti wirf; xhei) will notI wa' dri?(. of sit Styles. Write lor Illustrated Catalog W. U DOUULAS, Dept. I -- . Urocklon, Mass, ' thi to ppr PRATsFDQ siring truy ! NEWS OIL f The Proved Remedy For Over 30 Year. 5 Price 23c and 50c m , A man's past doesn't interest woman a much as his presents. a emu FUTNAM FADELESS DYES ,.,.t hut package and color inure gooda faster and brighter color. 10 cent p-- i A man saves his religion and his best suit of clothes for Sunday. Mr-- . Parealiuiru aasawatiw. LauUesv's Soothing noiun, u, ui, baia.cumiiHlruv. i ! sirup. iauees xfeaU-ttl- in. . Wentn Have Pet Snakes. A great many snakei 9 are imported iBto England. There is a brisk mand for snake pets rich ladies It's a funny ki nd of pet, per-likhaps, but they seem to them, and I suppose get quite fond of the in It's because ladies now adays like the unusual. Of course, th ese pet snakes are all uonpoisouous. London Morn- - For Infants and Children. jjjASTORfli The Always Bought g e ing Leader. How's This? Wa offer one llundret (iiars Reward for sny of Csiarrb. ilisi taouut be curtd by Uall's Catarrh ANfcgdable I'reparalionfor As similaling the Fixidcindlfe iila tin1 die bluinachs and ltowels of WAUHaTv, Rinnan Wholesale & l)ru(teli-t- Marvix. . Toledo. O. Hsll's Cstarrh Cure U taken liuerually. acting directly upon the Mood and mucous surfaces of the system. Testimonials sell' free, l'rlce "5 cents per bottle. Sold by ali Druggists. Take Uall's Family PUu (w constipation. Wrought Iron Wardrobes. A German firm is achieving success in the sale of wrought iron wardrobes. They are supplied in four different sizes. The great advantages the wardrobe possesses are extreme durability, convenient ventilation and cleaning, and easy of transportation. The door is made of wire netting, and as the top slopes obliquely the contents are visible at all times. A Strange Awakening. Senator Bailey, of Texas, in describing a terrific fight that he had once seen on the streets of New York, said that the hubbub and confusion reminded him of an episode that happened on a train. "On a certain train," he said, "a Tery large, muscular man fell asleep, and annoyed all the passengers by A drummer, snoring tremedously. carrying half a lemon in his hand, tiptoed over to a little boy who sat behind the snorer. " 'Son,' said the drummer, '1 am a doctor, and if that man doesn't stop snoring he'll die of apoplexy. Watch your chance, and as soon as his mouth opens a little wider, lean over and squeeze this lemon into it.' "The boy obeyed." Senator Spooner's Shooting, Senator Spooner, of Wisconsin, is a successful hunter of big game. On one of his trips he had for his guide Bill Murray. They were out looking for bear or deer one day, when Murray suddenly threw up his rifle and fired. The senator saw an animal fall heavily, and called: "We've got him this time, Bill." "We!" sneered the guide. "There's no we about it. I killed him plain enougTi." Quickly making their way to where their quarry lay, they found a fine specimen of Jersey calf. "We've killed yelled the guide. somebody's Signature of Narcotic. Cun- F. J. OHKXEY A CO., Toledo. O. Wr the undersigned, luv known K. J. Caeney for the last 15 year, and believe blm iierfectly honorable In ail business transactions and flnamlaliy able to carry out any ubllgattoai made by hi nrin. Bears the Promolcs Digestion Cheerfulness and Rest .COO tains neillier Opium. Morphine nor luveral. INot yr of Old Jlx H( 'ELPtrCHUB 1W .,. af0 - . A perfect Remedy forConslipa Ron. Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea Worms ,( onvulions TevenslY ness Mid Loss OF SLEEP. facsimile Signature or h Air" Use For Over CASTORIA EXACT COPY Of WRAPPER. THE Of NTAUfl COMPANY. NCW VN OITV. DoKt Suffer niht lon0 from tooth&che neureJ0.x or rheumedistn Iviivinveivt kills the the pMn nerves exnd quiets induces sleep At eJI deaJers. Price 25c 50c &H00 Dr Earl S.S!oaj, Bosforv, Mes.ss. U.S.A. HOWARD Wp want a live, act! ve and t hornindily oxperiepce1 Ralt'Hiuati in this locality with Kuflicient money u y liny uiiii ijj in Iiin ttrst hmih ti h Mitiy of our PMMWra Hollow Ire WWJ tire am: line I1 it lit. A Utility Weded with inmiranre rules. T home ami fully Mich a man we will give exclusive saieB riKht an! not hold In W. Kimraniet to refund money . t woods The Hi anriard-UUiedavK. Kurt her inn ten tars on requt-M- . N. ttJMt dl.. Chicano, Id Uaisitd UaliL Co. E. BURTON, A6cSHAEVM6.R8rD Gold, Silver, I.eud, II; uid, 8U gpeodnen prloas; "'1. 51s-- Zinc or Hopper, tl. Cyanide r.75c; testa. ... i niiKi-i- i anu nm price listt sent no appllaa. " " nii'l Umpire wor solicited. Lead- ville. Colo. Kefererine. Carnunate NaUunul Hank, "rJi Thompson s Eye Water i i5, .1 a 9 e sjyfl;,-- ' W. N. U., Salt Lake City, No. 44, 1906. r What JoyTh ey Bring ! In Thirty Years calf!" Senator Spooner gave him a with "William, you ering look afid said: should be more particular in your choice of pronouns. 'We" isn't adaptMiled to this particular instance." waukee Sentinel. ft Ah sir XEW YORK. &11 A W 1 Smrus l VSassf ffl Ltr Kind You Have To Every Home as with Joyous hearts and smiling faces they romp and play when in health and hew conoucive to health the games in which they indulge, the outdoor life they enjoy, the cleanly, regular habits they should be taught to form and the wholesome diet of which they should partake. How tenderly their health should be preserved, not by constant medication, but by careful avoidance of every medicine of an injurious or objectionable nature, and if at any time a remedial agent is required, to assist nature, only these of known excellence should be used; remedies which are pure and wholesome and truly beneficial in effect, like the pjeasant laxative remedy, Syrup of Figs, manufactured by the California Fig Syrup Co. Syrup of Figs has come into general favor in many millions of well informed families, whose estimate of its quality and excellence is based upon personal knowledge and use. Syrup of Figs has also met with the approval of physicians generally, because they know it is wholesome, simple and gentle in its action. We inform all reDuta-bl- e physicians ss to the medicinal principles of Syrup of Figs, obtained, by an original method, from certain plants known to them to act most beneficially, and presented in an agreeable syrup in which the wholesome Californian blue figs are used to promote the pleasant taste ; therefore it is not a secret remedy and hence we are free to refer to all well informed physicians, who do not approve of patent medicines and never favor indiscriminate Please to remember and teach your children also that the genuine Syrup of Figs always has the full name of the Company California Fig Syrup Co. plainly printed on the front of every package and that it is for sale in bottles of one size only. If any dealer offers any other than the regular Fifty cent size, or having printed thereon the name of any other company, do not accept it. If you fail to get the genuine you will not get its beneficial effects. Every family should always have a bottle on hand, as it is equally beneficial for the parents and the children, whenever a laxative remedy Is required.