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TIRED BACKS. (Jo NEWS hrndred and fifty disaffected members of the Belfast police force have been exiled to pans of Ireland. Baron Kaneko has been appointed presiding commissioner of the International Exposition, to be held in Japan in 1912. An explosion of fire damp in a mine at Mittelbexbach, Prussia, resulted in the killing of eighteen men and the wounding of eleven other men. convicted Herman Billik, recently at Chicago of the murder of Mary Vzral by poisoning, has been sentenced to be hanged on October 11. A settlement of the difficulties has been effected with the Northern Pacific carmen, thereby avoiding the threatened strike of 9,t00 carmen. By the capsizing of a launch in the Des Moines river near Ottumwa, Iowa, William H. Powell, wife and son, Mrs. J. F. Stevens and baby were drowned. Six persons were killed by lightning at Posen, Germany, and enormous damage was done to crops by extensive floods as a consequence of a terrific storm. Three men were killed and five others wounded by the explosion of a gun during target practice on board the French training ship Couronie, near Houlon. M. Toropoff, leader of the monarchist party in .Moscow, shot and killed M. Ermouse, a member of the social democratic party, during a heated political argument. Robert Stubbs, for years butler in the home of Levi P. Morton, has retired from his position with a fortune of $100,000 and has returned to England, his native country, to live. Subpoenas in connection with the government's suit against the powder trust were issued soon after the filing of the petition. They in are returnable the first Monday October. The American Fisheries company's plant at Promised Land, eighteen miles east of Greenport. L. I., was destroyed by fire last week, two lives being lost and the property loss estimated at $800,000. Rota, the fighting leader of the Pulajanes in the island of Leyte, has been sentenced to death. One companion was sentenced to imprisonment for life and four others were years-given thirty-fiv- e Four persons were killed outright and another was fatally injured and ten others wefe seriously hurt when the boiler of an engine attached to a fast Illinois Central freight train exploded near Milan, Tenn. The Spanish government is drawing up a plan for concerted action with France to obtain reparation for the murders in Casa Blanca. As a first step a Spanish warship has been ordered to proceed immediately to Mrs. S.A. Moore, of a resW'ater-vill- e, fore using Dean's Kidney Pills I suffered everything from kidney troubles for a year and a half. 1 had pain in the back and head, and almost continuous in the loins and felt weary all the time. A few doses of Dean's Kidney Pills brought great relief, and I kept on taking them until in a short time I was cured. I think Doan's Kidney Pills are wonderful." For sale by all dealers. 50 cents a box. Foster-MilburCo., Buffalo, N. Y. UNIVERSAL WASH DAY. Recognized as Such Over Almost All the World. Why does nearly all the civilized world wash clothes on Monday? What, has Monday to do with washing? It was originally the moon's day and was sacred to the queen of night. I read In a schoolboy's history that the Pilgrims landed on Monday and the good women immediately set about washing the clothes that had been soiled on the trip over. We might judge from that alleged fact that no washing was done aboard ship; yet the finest place for such necessary work of sanitation and blessedness is out at sea where there is plenty of water and nearly always a drying wind. The voyage of the little Mayflower lasted 63 days, I believe, and as nearly as we can now reckon the landing was made at Plymouth Rock on a Monday, though some historians insist on Friday. It must have been a vile and filthy vessel on arrival, with 102 passengers and crew going over two months without washing their linen. Linen? What did they wear In 1620? Can you realize how big was the Mayflower? A miserable little bark of 160 tons (Capt. John Smith) or ISO tons (according to Bradford). 1 easily-knocked-u- p Morocco. statement of the dithe mint shows that coins The monthly rector Too Much Exposure. Elsie is a laundress of color. She well past youth, wears a parennial smile and sports a single front tooth of much prominence. Recently she missed one of her visite to a patron, and when she next put in an appearance she was suffering from a bad cold. When asked how she took such a serious cold she said: "During the recent festivities our The gentleman club gave a ball. what's paying attention to me is very particular, so I had to go in full evening dress, and 1 had to leave off a few pieces, and it got me." Remember, young man, if you are job. the will not refuse to accept your resignation. not satisfied with your chances are that the boss iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiu'um Brains are Built f from certain kinds of FOOD Try Grape-Nut- s "America has become a land of nervous emotionalists, largely owing to our sins against the dietetic health laws of nature. "Only outdoor exercise in a cold would enable vigorous Individual! of our species to digest the viands forced upon alimentary organs enfeebled by sedentary occupations," wrote Dr. Felix Oswald. Brain workers must have different food than laborers, because brain work uses up parts of thp brain and nerve centers, while physical labor uses up other parts of the body. Grape-Nuts- , a food for brain work TV, prepared by scientific food makers, Is a pure, natural food made from selected parts of field grains known lo contain the natural phosphate of !ot-asand other elements required by the system In rebuilding and repairing the brain and nerve centers. This food is skillfully cooked at the factory and Is ready to lie served instantly grocers with cream At all first-clasand made by the Postum Co. at Battle Creek. Mich. Read the little health classic. "The Road to Wellvllle," in " pkgs. "There's a Reason. e s SENT M'KtNLEY TO Always in the Way. Recently a country doctor In the north of Ireland, a bachelor, who was locally noted for his brusqueness and irascibility, was driving along a nor-rolane, or "boreen." when his passage was effectually barred by an old woman, who was returning from the bog leading an ass whose panniers were filled with peats. The woman led the ass to the side of the lane as quickly as she could, but not quickly enough to please the doctor. "Faugh!" he exclaimed, with a snort of disgust. "Women and asses are always in the way." "I'm glad ye have the manners to put yourself last," said the old woman, calmly The doctor drove on without another word. MONUMENT stringent garding of In Buffalo Sept. 5. Former Residents Invited. BE The beautiful white marble shaft erected by the state of New York in Niagara Square, Buffalo, N. Y., to the memory of President McKinley, is to be formally dedicated Thursday, Sept. 6, and the event will be the central feature of Buffalo's Old Home Week, Sept. 1 to 7. Former residents of Buffalo and the public at large are cordially Invited to attend the dedication. Regulations Proposed Shipments Result Recent Tinned Meat Exposures. by London. The bill introduced Burns, president of the local government board, enabling the board Df trade to institute more stringent regulations "for the prevention of the danger aiising to the public health from the importation, preparation, storage and distribution of articles of food," has pased its second reading in the house of commons. In the course of the debate on the bill, Mr. Burns explained that it empowered the authorities at all ports to inspect food imports, take samples and destroy unsound goods. It might be argued, Mr. Bunts said, that since ;he recent tinned meat exposures in England and elsewhere things have been put right, but the government could not allow tbe laws to remain defective, because there was a strong probability that matters would relapse to where they were before. Continuing, Mr. Burns declared that he had received a report that a German consul had said the American meat packers had informed his government they were williug to consent to the inspection of any meat provided that whatever goods the German officials rejected should be returned to the packers, as they could be sold in the United Kingdom. The speaker said he was not going to allow that, and he did not see why the United Kingdom should take whatever Germany, France, Denmark and other Kuiopeans would not accept. LOSES LICENSE TO DO of executed in the mints of the United States during the month of July, 1907. as fol$7,4:m,O0O have aggregated lows: Gold, $7,020,000; silver, $3o0,-000- ; minor coins, $107,000. Charles Jones, negro janitor of a bank at Sulphur, 1. T has been arrested on the charge of stealing $6,i00 from the bank. Jones was arrested while spending money freely among the negroes of the negro quarter of the city. When Jones was arrested he had $250, and $2,5000 was recovered from his wife. Joe Maloy, of Silver City, N. M., shot and instantly killed Deputy Mar sha Charles Smith as Smith was attempting to arrest him. Maloy had announced that any officer attempting to take him would get all six bullets of his revolver, and as Smith entered the door of Maloy's house the latter kept his word. Physicians of Sag Harbor, N. Y., are somewhat perplexed by an epidemic of sore throat in the village. They believe, however, that it may have resulted from the dust raised' by automobiles. More, than two hundred persons have been attacked by the malady. According to the Milan correspondent of the London Tribune, Paradles-- , the painter of Trieste, has found two hitherto unknown pictures by Titian, In a church in the village of Tracia. One represents Magdalen Dalmatia. and the other the Descent From the Cross." The German steamship Teutonia. from Bussorah. for Hamburg, was to Mad-rak- , tally wrecked July 20 near Ras on the coast of Arabia. Sixteen members of the crew are believed to have been lost. They left the wreck have not since been in boats and heard from. The monthly statement of the public debt shows that at the close of the business July 31, 1907, the debt amounted to $1,273,275,342. which was a decrease for the month of nearly which is due to the re$25,000.(100, four per cent bonds which of demption matured on July 1. The minister of public works of France has approved the project of the department of bridges and roads for the construction of a canal to conned the valley of the Rhone with the port of Marseilles. The project Involves a tunnel seven kllometeres In length at a cost of $6,900.00. The production of lumber, lath, and In MM shingles in the United States A was the largest ever recorded. census bulletin recently Issued gives cut of .T7ty billion feet as the actual the 21.000 mills which made reports. This is seven billion feet more than tbe cut reported in ICiiS Approaching Nature. Some men think they can't "fet next to nature," properly without tab lng along two quarts of whisky and a box of cigars. Judge. short-tempere- John Does Not Always Pay. First TrampAfter all, it pays to be polite, pardner. Second Tramp Not always. The other day I was actin' deaf and dumb when a man gave me sixpence. I 6ays: "Thank you sir," and he had Tit Bits. me arrested. SICK HEADACHE Important to Mothers. The McKinley monument was planned and executed under the direction of a commission of prominent men, at a cost of $150,000. Gov. Charles E. Hughes, with his military staff, will take part in the ceremonies and President Roosevelt and former President Grover Cleveland have been Invited to attend and speak. Military parades Will be a feature of the occasion. 8 PA IN FAR Yearn. The Jiiud You llave Jwaye Bought. Some men are so smart in a business way that people do not care to do business with them a second time. A rem- perfect They r edy lor iJuzineHN, Nau-MDrowhiueHS, Bad Taste in ttie Mouth, Coat ed Toiitfu, I'aln in the Side, TOKPID LIVER. ulale the Bowels. Purely Vegetable. SMALL PILL. SMALL DOSE. SMALL PRICE, I "Round numbers" are Johnson: ways false. Genuine Must Bear Signature CARTERS Mm. Wlnslow's Soothing Syrup. For children teet hing, Hcflein, the putut.. retlucei Inflammation, allays alu, curen win. OOUu. McabOttlS. Fac-Simi- 1 iVER PILLS. I al- - REFUSE SUBSTITUTES. ALL WOMEN one-hal- BUSINESS iM'pMA, ami Too Hearty Kiitin. PILLS. In Use Kor Over 30 Of the 20,000,000 people inhabiting Spain, only about 35 per cent, can f read and write; another two and per cent, of the population can read without being able to write, but the remaining 62 per cent are absolute illiterates. In the south of Spain it is impossible to get a servant who can read and write, and many of the postmen are unable to tell to whom the letters they carry are addressed. They bring a bundle of letters to a house and the owner looks through them and takes those which are (or which he thinks are) addressed to him. The Spanish postmen are not paid by the state; the recipient of the letters have to remunerate them according to the amount of their correspondence, and at each letter costs the addressee least one cent. It is a joke among the Spaniards that he who treats the postmen best receives the most letters whether they are intended for him or not tress from IVER the Signature Illiteracy Prevails There to a Most Amazing Extent. They uUo relieve Dis- llTTLE Hear BEHIND NATIONS. Positively cured by these Little Pills. CARTERS Examine carefully every bottle of ('ASTORIA, a safe and pure remedy for infanta and children, aud ee that it d The Advantage of Reading. "Beg pardon, sir," said the weary hobo as he stood at the farmhouse door, "but might I sleep in your bam haven't had a roof over my head for ten days." "I congratulate you," said the kindly farmer. "That is a splendid thing. 1 have just read in one of my ten-cemagazines that it is not too much to say that to the delicate, highly-strung- , individual the adof in the open air sleeping vantages are enormous. Pallid cheeks take on a ruddy hue, colds are unknown, nerves are forgotten, and irritability A becomes a phase of the past. Binall plot and a little perseverence are the only necessaries and the reYou are very welsult is assured. come to the use of my potato patch, and my skj is at your disposal." Judge. I TO EN law. Two Mo., says: "Be MONDAY S anti-cleric- proprietor at KY The agitation in northwestern Italy continues and the government threatens to impose martial they get out of order it causes backache, headaches, dizziness languor and distressing urinary troubles. Keep the kidneys well and all these suHer-ing- s will be saved taurant M M A To Be Dedicated The kidneys have a great work tc In keeping the blood j.hre. When you. SI SUFFER from the same physical disturbances, Railway Uo Aqinst a New and tbe nature of their duties, in Law in Georgia. cases, quickly drift them into many of license Montgomery, Ala The the horrors of all kinds of female the Southern Railway to do business complaints, organic troubles, ulcerain Alabama has been revoked by action, falling and displacements, or perhaps irregularity or suppression tion of Secretary of State Julian for causing backache, nervousness, iralleged violation of senate bill No. 86, ritability, and sleeplessness. effective July 1. The action of the Women everywhere should rein not is resistance state of secretary member that the medicine that holds $lti& issued to restraining orders by the record for the largest number of MRS. A. M. HAGERMANN United States court of the Fifth ciractual cures of female ills is cuit, as this law is not among those combated by the railroads, and not included in any of the litigation now made from simple native roots and herbs. For more than thirty years pending in the court of Federal Judge it has been helping women to be strong, regulating the functions perJones of the middle Alabama district. fectly and overcoming pain. It has also proved itself invaluable in preThe case upon which the revocation paring for child birth and the Change of Life. Mrs. A. M. Hagermann, of Bay Shore. L. I., writes : Dear Mrs. was made came from the circuit court Pinkham: "I suffered from a displacement, excessive and painful of Talladega county in the shape of functions so that I had to lie down or sit still most of the time. a notification from Clerk McNeil that Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound has made me a well woman so a suit had been removed from the FEARFUL BURNING SORES. that I am able to attend to my duties. I wish every suffering woman Seccourt. federal state court to the would try Lydia B. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and see what relief a rotarv Julian investigated tie law. it will give them." in Misery 12 Years Eczema In derided there was nothing else to 'ttjflfcy inand Mrs. rtougn scales, itching Women but mark the license cancelled, as the flamed Cured by Cuticura. Women suffering from any form of female illness are invited to write action of the statute is automatic. Mrs. Piakham. at Lynn, Mass. for advice She la the Mrs. Pinkham who Act 86 provides that when any for"Cuticura has put a stop to twelve has been advising sick women free of charge for more than twenty eign corporation is sued in the state courts and removed such suit from years of misery I passed with my son. years, and before that she assisted her mother-in-laLydia E. Pinkham in advising. Therefore ahe is especially well qualified to guide the state to the federal courts, the As an infant I noticed on his body a sick women back to health. clerk of the court from which the re- red spot and treated same with differ moval was taken will at once certify ent remedies for about five years, but such action to the secretary of state, when the spot began to get larger I immediately "who shall thereupon him under the care of doctors. cancel said license and make and en put ter upon the stub thereof an order in I'nder their treatment the disease . nnad to four different parts of his substance." & body. During the day it would get MEMBER OF-- ?;. K'SHOES FOR EVERY w AT ALL PRICES. THE FAMILY. At and form like scales. COAL MINE ACCIDENTS. rough night ono who "an prove W. L. L 1 t 1117 Oouola 4t9 it would be cracked, inflamed and "y doea not make aell Than 1,000 Persons Killed Last jy swollen, with terrible burning and Men' $3 & $3.50 siosa I BgatAtitfti I 'ore mmmmmmmm than n :mufacturor. other any in me One doctor told Year that my itching. Pennsylvania. TIIK SEASON W. L. Douglas shoes are worn by more pit eczema son'8 was and In all of walks life than is because of their incurable, otkSf gave ore j make, 1.000 any per-than Philadelphia.-Mexcellent style, and 11 UP1 decided to Mperior a wearing Cuticura qualities. trial, give Tlio selection of tlie leathers and oilier materials lor Men sons were killed last year in the Wnen 1 hal of the shoo, aud erery .leiail of the making is looked afterpart the first box of Cuti-...- . hy coal mines of Pennsylvania, accord the most complete organization of superintendents, foremen and cura Ointment i i. there - was a ereat linj..... skilled receive the slio to in ibbucu shoemakers, tne anuai the wage highest report, paid jusi ing ilioe Industry, and whose workmanship cannot he excelled. provement, and by the time 1 had used by James Roderick, chief of the de- the second set of Cuticura Remedies Jf I could take you Into my large, factories al Urockloii.Mass., and show you how carefully W.Y,. Douglas shews are mad, you would then understand why they hold their shape, tit Letter, child was cured. He is now twelve .bat manv of the accidents resulted Wear longer aud are of greater value than auv ..flier nak fine as and is and his skin old, years My andSS Gold BondSheea cannot be eaualled at any $4Gttt Edoo from the victim's own carelessnes W . J,. smooth as silk. Michael Steinman, 7 Douglas si.unos his name and price on the hoiiom to protect you against highprice. prices and that of the remaining a third denfe-- s and Inferior sices. Take No Sulmlll S .I.I hv the l st si everywhere. N. Sumner Y., April Avenue, Brooklyn, MHtltt toil ftfciMimfo Cutu'iv mmlniji-rrW I.. IMM I. A., Ilrorkluu, Mass. may be taken as the reasonable percentage of accidents to miners. The 16, 1905." accidents left nearly 1,000 widows, ft GOOD BUSINESS TO ENTEB Productivity of the Hen. with 3,410 children under 10 years one uf The, Tatlornifr bualmwx. properly handled. i iind iritrtrft wound "How many eggs is a hen Ttmt priilttalile a man ran enter !nln. and he need of age. IllV Pi of material" not hi iik ha lever of malt In I tr it d a dheMiur f. and very II tile capt tat li required. up to lay during the term of her natOne laut ban t2O0.O0 In raidi or man It vtnjc In t in t n " ttie entire Mt'otii This Contractor Satisfied With 2.100 ural life, do you suppose?" said the Any baclttntf lo that rvten. !io wMI write uk, we will how Ik neat and htm bow lircan Ptnrt In IniHlneaa for b mrelf and make and ornamental. man who has investigated. "No idea, money Per Cent Profit. from the atari. We iln pot want one cent of Sold M all drai( Hi wend name nnd mention in money. ply nayour addre, br mall hen a eh? Well, sir, good, healthy the name of th fx paper, and p w ill Beach Haven, N. J. The Pennsyl y on full par post il'l for mo. tlcularn utiKolutefy free.. Mere In an opportunity that tiiini.i) lOIIIS. t onto vania capital commission has made not speaking of any particular star out v com pa t one in an n a town. Addree" I4!l II. I.lb TH F Will T Kl OO . Kirlmlvi- Merchanl T. BKooiirs, public certain papers which show that breed, but just hen a good, healthy Tailor, llll Franklin III. Street hi, John R. Sanderson of Philadelphia, hen does not fulfill her destiny until ; Thompson's Eye Water the contractor for most of the fur- - she has turned out 600 eggs 50 HOWARD E. D BURTON, 8VfJf,6?.H dozen. fitted nature has what That's nishines and decorations of the build Hi eclmen nri i. '.''it SiWer.LeaO.il. Ud. XII- - UirirtlVUL up a hen to do in the way of eggs, and er.76e; Gold.Mk Zi ncur t'oiiper.tl. C iinule tei dinnbn Cll.ue nicest, ing, paid the various full sent utni.i, who did the painting 12 cents a she gives her eight years to do it in." Uailmitciirel'jpeaana ii'in. ( oni nil ami umnTe wnrx (n.lic Lie 32. 1907. UarS. that and No. the Naiio'nal Colo. Lake same, N. for lUfersuw) Carounam W. foot title. U., Salt Washington Post. City, square had collected from the state $2.52 a He received in payment BOUtre foot. more than 7O0,0OO and the profits were about 2, Hit' pCT cent Southern easy-goin- Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound g Pinkham's Standing Invitation to W. L. DOUGLAS $3.50 SHOES TSL0 $3.00 bad-Mor- e i - i 'y . DAISY FLY Jl'MfJB vi'ry-thliif- U w - m Truth in Story that John D. Is tc Undergo Surgical Operation. Cleveland, O. At Forest Hill, tbe summer home of .lohn I). Rockefeller, it was stated on Friday lhat there wav absolutely no irulh In the reports printed Friday morning that Mr. Rockefeller would shortly undergo a It waH also deUrglcal operation. to leave the nied thfit he expected city at any time within the near In ttire. Mr. Rockefeller, it was added, played Rolf Friday morning with Dr. Ilinpar, and was enjoying tbe best Of health. No Arbitration Failed. without Arbitration U Chicago. ampin proved to be a failure in the case of the parkin hoime teMMtetl and their employers. Negotiations were broken off on Friday after the arbitrators tor the second time ha; to aicree cn an umpire. A failed Htrike of the packing hone teamster-wa- s averted several weeks ago by at, agreement being entered Into to arbitrate the question of an Increase Of 4 cents an hour to all teamsters. The of the teamsters' business agent union may call a itrlke of the teams urs at an) time :, . ; , Lr Use ALLEN'S F00 SE Kwler to be shaken into the shoes. Your feet feel swollen, nervous, hot and get tired oaily. If you have aching, smarting It real a the feet and makes new or feet, try Allen's shcM-to Ureak in New Shoes. It cures it use eftt-; always tight swollen, hot, sweating feet, blisters, ingrowing nails and callous spots. Relieves corns and bunions oi all jiain and gives Rest and Comfort. It cures while you walk. Wo have over thirty Sold by all Druggists thousand testimonials. Try it everywhere li5 cents. Don't accept any substitute for Aliens Trial package FREE. Address, Allen S. Olmsted, Le Boy, N. Y. European Branch Office, Peterborough, England. . Succeai brings imitations. 8eor 1A7 ts.MI.11 IMf V V ADIVJf worthless imitations are someti Tho offered for sale. Insist upon having Allen's Foot-EasOriginal powder for the foet. Twelve years before the public. Do not accept Annual sales over two million packages. Imitations bo as to claimed substitutes good." "just spurious iNVj;;'pay the dealer a larger profit otherwise you would never bo Ask for Allen's offered a substitute for Allen's Foot-Easand insist ujxm havuig it is sold only in 2o cent packages Remember, Allen 'sFoot-Eas- e bearing yellow label with our trade mark and facsimile signature Allen's Does A Foot-Ea- se Foot-Kan- e. y. Cool the Blood? Foot-Eas- e. allJ e. e. Foot-Eas- " In i e, Pinch, Uts Alien' i Foot-EasaHold by all I)niggits eTorywlwr- - f"r KOOT-K.AS- K SANITARY iltM-- l' U A I 'nt. ', a n- -' ' Fnr FTtF.F. Trial package, also Free Sample efths invention aliiroaa Allen 8. Olnastixl, Lt Key, N Y. Seme iloctora havs-sai- su and manv Inive said, ul that this dainty, autmcplio powder, Hhakeii dally into the Shoes U Cooling to the entire Sya-'eScores of ucrvas center in the aoies of he feet and Allen's Foot Kace soothes and quiets these nerves Use every means to keep ol avoid Heat dOM I'lostratlo'i. Try this ini,le. popular remedy outwit unil see it It Is not Bssfsaftk Osollag ng Sold B Krfi-slit- hj al! I'rugisLi, i'.u.