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nr, Wu Seeks Light on Spirit World
' t- W4A i ' . I When Mrs. Ilcnncn, regarded as a
. diT ' t,.fcs I I flrnt rln.s im.,1lm I.. n, l n..
.t AuTOV HavlriK satisfied
V ( rcRirillnR Iho technique
,., - ' hltu wnm no tisiicu
I Collet Park. M.I..
fit 1 Willi im -'--
1 . - i o.l Uinlf. turnrd 111
sn'lJSSdrltuallam lool j'1
tilt f-'t ln ,h0 m"(,T,,;! of h0
t.ir'1 n-f,il 10 mii-'ii'ivu i im-vuM
lleic U "f Hiilrlliiallsts.
Ljfff I3 R iniUllliru it i-um.mi
lilt k-"' 8 dOJOn spirits iiiMiirru uy
rrca the llr.io the "human Intcrro
(ic, rark" aa Dr Wu hna become
itied tr W l,bnn. nn n'tolio of
fit to.".? Irratlon, and too u sunt
tlfr in tront oi mo spensera
UL'cra be was all open-oyed alien
... . If It I
kjon. NctwI'rtsinnuinR ma iiuwiuh iiur
tm..M irln'iliT wan not rr-rni?.
tlies br tl half hundred ntlendnnla,
btt iu the enter of curiosity. ?
first class medium by the spiritualists,
tooK llie floor and asked whether any
one wni present who had novcr rt
celreil n inpasajca from tho spirit
world. Dr. Wu slKnlllod that ho was
audi. The medium declared that she
saw ntniidlnR by thn Chinese mlnla
ler'a sldo a woman of hli country with
two children. Shu mid alio had not
been glron their name, but described
them to hi in nnd remarked thht If dur
ing; tho evening tlio nnmci wero given
her by Iho spirit sho would make them
known to him.
While aho gavo spirit mpsssKcs.
name and descriptions of iplrlia to
persons In tho room Dr. Wu watched
nnd llstcnpd with tho keenest ntton
tlon. To his companion nnothor mo
dlum ksvo a long 'rending." Informing
Mr. Chang ho ai going away ihortly,
but would return.
Dr. Wu returned a fow nlghta later
nnd had n 'prlrato alttlng," during
which he waa told that tho spirit of
Wllllnm McKlnlcy, martyred presi
dent of the Unltod Stntcs, urged him
to uso his effort a for pence. Tho
spirit of the Cblncso envoy's mother
nlr-o talked to him.
"Why Is it I cannot sco tho spirits ?"
was Or. WVa question. Thu medlum'n
explanation hns cot been made public.
Incle Sam Plants Fish by
nt'SG t.e last fiscal year morn
and 11 b ergs wero distributed
r tit t.rra'J of fisheries of the Do
irtert cf (cntmerco and Labor In
i'nh-':a than ever before In IU
u; - l.r the first tlmn tbo total
f fi rnJ eggs dlstrlbutcxl passed
it tire tlillon mark. Tho exact
aicr tt r 117,301,5:5.
U:t T;r the tcitsl amount of tho
Uf a a 2.S7I.45G.SS0. and ab
:iccli ( ;nmltsloner Oeorgo M.
cici tjfKcstrd etrly In the yenr
it tr h red to pais tho throo bl-
oacirk crol bono was entertained
ill It J be able tu do It.
Iniiitlcn ta the Increaied dlstrlbu-
i carcf J es'lmato has ahown
t it r jt of distribution has been
zl t ibc- 1153 a million of fish
i i tii i ;'rlbutitl, which Is a lower
tnr c st thsn tins ever before
a t - Brd Tho cost during tho
'tv'.v.i C: al jar was $100.25. In
wit ai r.T::s. idog :ic.8o.
ITfa the barrau was establlsljed,
' '!:? cost of distribution was
iM.i a c Lea. wnllo In 1E97. tho
or t-'.ro Commlastoner Dowers
Ixkirte Cf the -Ork. the nhnunl
FORCE OF HABIT.
Hodge Hefty had n strenuous time
on his vacation. When ho stnrtcd ho
tipped tho scalea at 200 pounds and
when ho returned ha only weighed
Dodge That was n drop. I supposo
his best girl gave him up on tho spot.
Hodge Not at nil. 8bo accepted
him right off.
Dodge Tbnt'a queer.
Hodgo No; you neo sho Is n great
bargain hunter and couldn't pass any
thing that was reduced.
CURED ITCHING HUMOR.
Big, Painful Swellings Drake and Old
Not Heal Suffered 3 Year.
output was CC8.144.042 and tho coiit
was 397.7G a million.
Ton yenrs ago tho number of appli
cations for the stocking of rivers and
streams with fish of vnrlous kinds was
less than 4.000. During tho last fiscal
year, tho applications Increased to
nearly 11,000 nnd tho bureau respond
cd ly planting nh In nearly that
number of rivers, streams, lakes aud
Of the entire amount planted. 9S
per cent, wna for market fisheries,
only to per cent, being for tho use
In summing up tbo conditions for
tho fiscal year, Commlastoner Dowers
has como faco to faco with tho con
tingency that In the near future the
Pacific coast may be called upon to
restock the Potomac river and Its
tributaries with shad. Only a few
yar ago shnd were taken from tho
Potomac and planted In tho Sacra
mento river, where tficy nro now moro
plentiful tbaa.on the Atlantic coast.
Tho commissioner Is having pre
pared maps snowing tho oitcnt ! to
which nets arc- planted ,a)ong the Po
tomac and Its tributaries for catching
tho shnd ns they return from tho salt
water of the Chesapeake nay to the
frcth water In which they spawn. ' So
great has been the onslaught on ,'the
fish as they attempt to reach tholr
spawning ground, that In aplto of all
the efforts of tho bureau to plant
eggs, the catch Is constantly decreasing.
olve Pest Office Department Mystery
. J POOR
tW I .,,..
rilE r-"ffir department Id WahIi
If'"?1 r I,.. - . i t
I It Cf lAtrrnl si s
H bo able to fio.Tc. Bine
mo non on poBtmaator
s:abfr cf small envelopes, nil ad-j-euej
lth a bad pencil In tbo same
.....ui io ino iorks person,
' "wVu"t wuu IIU
UtP all1 Itrum
w"o la time t became necessary
tn these letters at tho dead let
Mt Mpk ... ..-..
iuuuu io contain a
M. rspped In a BCrap of brown
,7 fr cld newspaper, without tho
r, V, , ? ur nurk whlcl1 .
c' m'tbt bo Identified.
7r- th 0 8 "aTlnB fftcbcd
Inl n. i "suuasier lion-
uraw concluded to send out
! 'wpectora to run down tho lays-
tery, for mystery ho foil thcro must
After a long search the poatoOlcc In
spectors found that tho namo upon
tho envelope nnd tho addresses wero
correct for tbo years 1904 to 1907
Tho man named upon tho envelope
had finally been discharged, and Is
now an object of charity. Tho pro
prietor of the hat establishment
where tho man used to work stated
to tho postolllce Inspectors that the
man had formerly worked for him,
and that ho had In tho past received a
number of anonymous letters. Then
the Inspectors started out to chase tho
old man down, finally finding him, and
when they told him that H6 werq In
the custody of the dead letter office,
for him ho was overjoyed,
Tho old gentleman was samowhnt
dubious about taking tbo money, as
ho snld that ther was not anybody on
earth who owed him nnythlng. Then
ho made an exception to this state
ment by saying that a great many
years ago ho had mado a silk hat for
n man who had promised to pay for
It, but ncvor had, and he thought very
likely that this man wns trying to get
oven with, his conscience by sending
this small sum uvury month.
Tbo !46 helped to put tho old man
on his feet and get him out of the
Oman's Mouth Was a Speakeasy Till
'El'T W ATI It'll
BtUofVV"0 0,10 f 1,U
'nt t a ,, "ow "e oxtrnctod
ta tu h, ,n Bma'l chatigo
fil. ,,,n ae nua a gum
fe '-and Har-
in UDllccnied bar.
r ttVr,Ce s" Into the house two
CaVZ,a w,tl1 matkvi CW
-Aan , i maJe 0l,'8o Tub
1 T"Jau and Cbnrlca Nur-
man wero gather.cd In. toguthor with
a Jot of uvldvnco In tho shape of
whisky' and beer.
Anulo Tubman's Jaw was swollen
enormously. I. lout. Hathers asked bur
what was tho mat tor.
"(lum boll," was her laconic reply.
"Ahem," said tho lieutenant. Then
he began to masssgo Anulo's faco.
Out cumo a dime.
"Any more?" ho askud,.nnd Annie
shook her head.
Tho lieutenant gavo (he faco a
pinch. Out camo two quarters,
marked money. Another massage, and
Annlo dlsgorgod flvo nlckols.
Moro pluchlug, moro .money, until
about 2 wero In the lieutenant's
hands. Telling about It In court As
sistant Corporation Counsel Push bad
tlio nerve to say to Judge Aiikum
that tho woman was forced to cough
Annlo and Oooigo Tubman wero dis
missed, and Charles Norman was held
for further examination.
Tortures Yield to Cutlcura.
"Llttlo black swellings wero teat
tcred over my faco nnd neck and they
would lcavo llttlo black Bears that
would Itch so I couldn't keep from
scratching them. Larger swellings
would appear and my clothes would
stick to tho sores. I went to a doctor,
but tho troublo only cot worse. Dy
this tlmo It was all over my arms and
tho upper part of my body ln swellings
as largo ns a dollar. It was so pain
ful that I could not boar to llo on my
back. Tho second doctor ntopped tho
swellings, but when they broke tho
places would not heal. I bought a set
of the Cutlcura Remedies and In less
than n. week some of tho places wero
nearly well. I continued until I had
used thrco sets, and now I am sound
and well. Tho dlscaso lasted thrco
years. O. L. Wilson, Puryear, Tenn,
Fob. S, 1908."
tutu Drat Cbem. Oar;.. 8al frep. Soatoa.
Object of Increaied Solicitude.
'Thcro novcr was n tlmo when the
farmer wns so highly considered ns he
Is today," said the gcntlo Jollier.
"That's right," answered Mr. Corn
tosacl; "they're making a heap o' fuss
over us agricultural folks. You seen,
crops has been kind o' good lately. In
addition to votes wo'Ve got a little
spare chango that's worth lockln' aft
er." Washington Star.
Try This !n November.
Thousands upon thousands of fam
ilies who have not been regular eaters
of quaker Scotch Oats will begin dta
the first day of November and eat
Quaker Scotch Oats onco or twjco
every day for thirty days, of this
month, tho result In eood health anil
moro strength and vigor will mean !
mnv every otner month in tho year
will find them doing tho samo thing.
Try Itl 8crvo Quaker Hentrh Ontii
plentifully nnd frequently for tho thirty
,uays or j,ovemler nnd leave off n cor
responding nmount of meat nnd greasy
foods. You'll get moro health, moro
vigor and strength than you ever got
In thirty days of any other kind of
1 While you aro trying this see that
tho children get a full share.
f The best food for them. Quaker
ncotch Oats Is also packed In hermet
ically sealed tins for hot climates;
keeps Indefinitely. 7
THE CAT OUT OF THE BAG.
Ollk Stockings Indispensable.
j Susnn II. Anthony was n woman of
pimple tnsto In dress, but her close
friends knew of ono pretty feminine
,vnnlty she nlwnys bold to. Sho had
n weakness for silk stockings. Doing
pressed on ono occasion for an ex
planation of what most women at one
tlmo regarded as an unnecessary ex
tra vaganco, she laughingly exclaimed:'
"Oh, 1 Just lovo 'cm. They are an
Inspiration. If I havo my silk stock
ings on when I rlso to make an ad-
drers. I feel Just llko I am walking
among tne clouds, nicy ncip me to
soar awny qn flights of eloquence. 1
wouldn't bo without them."
:Itougn on Hen Lice, Nest Powder, 26c.
Rough on Dcdbugs,I'owdcrurLlq'd,25c.
Rough on Fleas, Powder or Liquid, 24c.
Rough on Roaches, Pow'd,15c.,LIq'd,25c.
Rough on Moth and Ants, Powder, 25c.
Rough on Skcctcrs, agreeable to use, 25c.
E. S. Wells. Chemist. Jersey City, N. J.
Like the Rett of Us.
"Please, mutnscy. Just Ave cents,"
"Hut, Johnnie, It was only this
morning that I gavo you Ave cents."
"I know, mumsoy, but" putting his
arms around her neck "I'm so bard
on money." Everybody's Magazine.
Mrs. Hauor-'-TcIl my son-in-law that
I thank lilrrf for his Invitation, but am
unnbla to accept It.
Scrvant-klood. Hp jirotnlsid mo
half a dollar It you weren't able to
Tho Untied "States government op
erates thrco tuberculosis sanatorlums,
ono for soldiers and olTlccrs of -.tho
regular army at Fort Dnyard, N.-I.;
ono for scnincn In the merchant ma
rine, and others employed In coast
scrvlco of tho government, not In tho
navy, located at Fort Stanton, N, AL,
and ono for officers and enlisted men
In tho navy at Las Animas, Col. The
first hospital Is conducted by the de
partment of War, tho second by tho
United States public health and marine
hospital servlco and the latter by tho
When n man says he Is willing; 'to
chango his opinion If you ctn con
vince lilm that ho Is wrong it's n sign
you'll never bo ablo to convince him.
! IV' w.Sh V I
Golden Seal, toe root of the bov
plant, Is a -cry tiscfnl mcdlclno. Many
pcoplo gather It In our rich woodlands
during tho summer, Few peoplo know
how valnablo 1 1 Is !n dypcpla- catarrh,
and as a goneral tonic.
Many thousand poundof this rootnre
used each year ln the famous catarrh
romedy, Peruna. This fact explains why
everybody mcs Fernna for catarrh.
NEWTON'S PATENT GIN SaVfTTeI
A OO-oaw Clin riled la
inn nrvi riinH s1Ims
aro lined In the Sooth to
pin the crop of cotton,
anil they have to be fll4
ono or roorf tlmto tack
raaon. 11; n Hi tig Nw
tfm'iiHaw (lln Flltr.eTr
Clnntr can keen hi Oln In fjt-cIM order,
iind the Uln lit do more work and mitk
better Ample than any other melliod 0( mine.
rrloeofFllernnilFlte, ---- M.oo
l'rlca or Extra Flirt, each, - - - - - ,71
llr Mall. lUf raid.
THE W. S. NEWTON CO., New Lnndon, Conn.
Much Time on the Road.
She I reached my thirtieth birth
He It must havo taken you at least
40 years to get thero. Fllegendo matter.
With a smooth Iron nnd Defiance
Starch, you can launder your shirt
waist Just as well nt homo ns the
team laundry can; It will havo tho
proper stiffness and finish, thero will
bo less wear and tear of tbo goods,
and It will bo a positive pleasure to
use a Starch that does not stick to the
Non-Com. (to recruit) I don't sup
poso you ever smelt powder, have
Recruit Oh, yes. I was In a drug
storo before I enlisted.
Ladles ,Can Wear Shoes
One also mailer utter using Allen s Foot
Kane, the antiseptic powder. It raakti
llKht or new shoes eay. Cures swollen,
hot, sweating, arhlnK feet, Insrowlni:
nnlfn. Always ut It to llrrnk ln new
Shoes. At nil Drutcltts. Sc. Don't accept
any aubatltute. Trial package KIIEK lor
nialL AdJrc Alien S.Olmitetl.LoUoy.K.Y.
Pettlt's Eye Salve Restores.
So matter how ad!v the eyes mav be
dix-ared or Injured. All drucguts or How
ard Broi., Buffalo, N. Y.
Tho man who has been down can
appreciate being up In the world.
MUCK! nDIHt AND USE DRUGS, AND HOW TO CURE THEH
r l I III 111 IV ovn NEW HOOK TELLS ALL AiOUT IT,
llll-II VIII lilt KENT HEALED, ntEE, ADDKES
THE KEELEY INSTITUTE, 702 PARK AVENUE, HOT SPRIN6S, ARKANSAS
m Mi region should be sown to give the young plants at
least tlx weeks start before frost.
Potash gives the crop its best growth when It most
needed in the beginning, setting the crop early rjd In
suring a stand with almost absolute certainty. Ko alfalfa,
shodd be seeded without it
Good results are secured br nslnr not less than 9 per rent, cf
actual Potatb.- Two lbs. of actual Potash to tacb 100 lbs. of
fertiliser increases the Potash total 1 per cent.
Stni far LUtrttan abmit iril. mfit. manures and ftrtltitert
(cmftUd tf txftrti. Mailed tn mutitFn.
GERMAN KALI WORKS, Atlasta, da.. Mil Candler Blif.
Calais, MsatiSKk Black Htv Tsrk, f 1 Ksas SU
JDf.Pierce's Favorite Prescription
Is the best of all medicines for the cure of diseases,
disorders and weaknesses peculiar to women. It is tho
only preparation of its kind devised by a regularly gradu
ated physician an experienced and skilled specialist in
the diseases of women.
It Is safe medicine la any condition of the system.
THE ONE REMEDY which contains no alcohol
and no injurious habit-fanning tlrus and which
creates no craving for such stimulants.
THE ONE REMEDY so Hood that its makers
sue not afraid to print its every Ingredient oa
each outsido bottlo- wrapper and attest to tho
truthfulness of tbo samo under oath.
It Is sold by medicine dealers everywhere, and any dealer who hasn't it can
get it. Don't take a substitute of unknown composition for this medicine op
known coMrosmoN. No counterfeit is as good as the genuine and the druggist
who says something elso Is "just as good as Dr. Pierce's" is either mistaken
or Is trying to deceive you for his own selfish benefit. Such a man is not to be
trusted. He is triOing with your most priceless possession your health
Bay be your life itself. Set that you get what yta asi for.
Wipe it off your otherms
good looking 'face put on that
good health smile that CAS
CARETS will give you aa
a result from the cure ol
Constipation or a torpid liver.
It's so cosy do it you'll see.
CASCAKETS JOo a box for a week's
treatment. aUdnmists. BlccetC seller
la the world. illUJoa boxes a moolb.
Clesoats sad tetutints ttts hs
llvaxilcs s rozari.Dt frov Ou
irTer lslls to Sectors Orsy
Ilslr to Its Youthful OoTorT
Cuim aeslp diMNi a bur felUtc.
SOp.sndSimsl PniSrUs "
W. N. U., MEMPHIS, NO. 44-1909.
The Reason Why.
"I wonder why men don't tako moro
Interest In the primary!"
"Possibly bc-causo It Is a secondary
consideration." Ualtlinore American. '
The U. 8. GoTemtnent has bought 25
Grots (3.000 boxes) of Hough on ltata to
send to the I'anama Canal one, Ix-caiuc it
does the work. The old reliable that never
fails. The unbeatable exterminator. 13c,
Do You Know Him.
"What r.ort of n chap Is ho?"
"Well, ho's one of those fellows
who think thnt anything mean Is a
Joko If It isn't on him."
For Headache Try Hicks' Capudlne,
Whether from Colds, Heat, Stomach or '
Nervous troubles, the aches are speedily
relletrd by Cnmidlns. It's IJquld pleas
ant to tako Urrarta Immediately, 10, 2
and Wc at Drue Store.
It seems stranco to tbo masculine
lntulUecuc6 that many ft woman who
Is afraid or a mouse Isn't a bit afraid
of her husband.
Stop pirssingl Try the best snd most
certain remedy for all paiuful ailments
llamlina Witard Oil. Tho way it re
lieve all soreness from sprain, cuts,
wounds, burns, scalds, etc., u wonderful.
The rulo of threo Is fully recognized
by tho man who lives with his mother-,
lii-law, hla wife, and lila first baby. '
i.osk mi si.i:rr
ttarotif n a nsg-gtnf ougn ir I rrlit4 throat. Allan's
tuna llslwiu will aesl 11m ait.Tilon qulrklr ami
trulsulr. Alldrurtlrts. c.UKiau4tl.U.'liiUWs.
Great men do uot drop out of the
sky In evening dress.
AS A GENERAL-TONIC FOR THE SYSTEM, TO CLEANSE IT OF
TO cure; CHILLS AND FEVERS
IF YOU ARE BILIOUS, TRY IT.
Either the Regular or Tasteless Form Will Cure You
Ersry Bottle Folly Guaranteed YOUR MONEY BACK IF YOU ARE NOT CURED
Read the following analysis made by the statu chemist who analyzed three bottles of Oxidine tent to him by the
Secretary of the State Pharmaceutical Association (Tho Texas Hetall Druggists' Association):
x Houston Laboratories Houston Laboratories
Chamtcavl and Biological
Aatlrtls tia VilsstUa si Cslt.a St snJ Ilct fr.juclt a SsetlallT.
WsUr. Sails. Oils, Ores. tic. Caralallr Eismlsrd ss4 Icp.rlU
Upon. Itsarts Mii a Ccsstmlc Otol.tr.
r. S. TIIS0N, DIreclsr. An.ljtlc.l sti CsoislUsl Chcmls.
21S 1-2 Msla Street
Houston. Txiis, June 57, 1900.
Mr, K. It. n'ttlir, SeereUrr Tti SUIe rkrmMtkt Atuttntun,
Dear Hir: Herewith I bes to hand you certificate of analysis
of the Oildlne J ou submitted a Uf dajrs aluce.
I trust this will be duly received and found entirely satis
factory. I have kept you waiting for a little while, but I appre
ciate the respoutibllllv which you have sren fit to placeupouniel
for that reason 1 have taken iny time to be certain aud accural
about my results.
If Icanserva you In the future please advise me. Thank
lug you. I beg to remain, .
Youra very truly, V B.TILSON, Chemist.
Chasnical and Biological
Aasljtls aai Vtluill.n si Ctllaa Seel sat lies rritscls a Saacislty.
Water, Still, ulla. Ores. tic. Cartlullr tiinln.4 mi IiarK4
Usaa. Iraarls Msia aa Ccaoamic uealatr.
r. S. TILS0N, Dlrexlar. Analjllcal aa Clolulllo Ckinlal
21S 1-3 Mala Slreet
CtlTiriCATE Or ANALYSIS
01 Thra. B.lll.i at Oildlne SubolHal lr I. it. Walker, tt Oaa
salea. Texas. Secretary si Ihe Stale rkarmaceuUcal
Huuntou, Tubs, June IT. 1904.
I and this Oildlne ta coutula abolutrly uo Hlsouuusor
Injurious drugs or chcailcalsand not a truc of Arsenic, Codeine,
Muriililne, lluclue ur Htrychnluei nur, lu fact, auytblug that
would produce a harmful effect wbateier.
ltcsectrully subuilUed, I". B. TILSON, Chenilst.
OXIDINE, THE CHILL. CURE THAT CURES CHILLS
tVnalli'Slloo rtnaea many aerlnua elaeswa. It
la ihtiivufhly cured by laictor llrrces riessaat
a-susva. DDI a lasawva, inn. iui iusruu.
A humely trulb Is better than
Don't think that because a man la
willing to lend you n helping band
bo'll stand (or a touch.
Mrs. Winston's Cootlilot fyrnn.
for children testblns, aotlrsa the curaa, rsducsa h
4s aistloa,aUa)spsIa,ciusawlBdcollii. MistMUa
When duty calls on a man ho Is apt
to bo out.
eoausa otthooo ugly, grlttly, gray ha Ira. Usa "LA CREOLE" HAIR RESTORER,
PRICE, Sl.OO, retail.