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FREED AT LAST
1ENEFIT OF HOME TRAINING
Doesn't Like to Be Written Up
I Mm lo win his flsht for
V W II
II 1 I I
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i .ra (iro, when Senator
o Conncll Hradloy of
Rovernor nf thnt iitnle,
it It was rnrryltiR ttio
. n of n wet'kly newspa-
ry town In Illinois drift
UYrt on n bicycle trip,
i much (o boo In Frank
thi state cnpllol, so ho
rounR editor's first In
a state rapllol. and his
opn ror flTryiqinK.
0' .ctI oirn, anu, no quicKiy
1 1 tall on the covfrnor. mo
- hi. i in! and nrcacntlr the
.i--.. . tri rnwi nmi sami - in
,n r II "0 J011'
Thra did th visitor really wish
t h i t .:VT about me rovornor
cr.a-n (Ti ' the better oi mm. it
.j 13 t -tlfcstiy improper to in-
i. .i ii'i rnvirnnra limn Willi-
t tr.af r ctlve anil still tne young
et c. -.t think of nny motive.
.v . u .in th fnnAr dm hn nn.
T4 , ' V: the rorernor Into his
mi tar tajse for tbo visit, escept
ly a' r vl VU1IUI1UI lUUIIVS.
Fas.' J n i doubt, uy mat spirit
it hai i a' him tho head of his
it in il state nnd that enabled
BRnlnst apparently overwhelming odds,
uov. iiraniey talked to the boy Jour
nalist for an hour, upcaklnn most In
tcreitlnRly on subjects that could not
fall to Interest oven n youth that didn't
havo n news Instinct,
Tho gorcrnor described his early ex
pcrlenccs na a Republican In n Demo
cratic hotbed, when to ro to tho polls
and roto tho Itepubllcan ticket was
only ono form of committing sulcldo.
Ho told how at ono period of his po
litical nctlrlty It beenrao necessary for
all tho Itepubllcan of tho town In
which ho lived to fortify themselves
In n houao and defend tbomiolvcs
agnlnst Democratic raiders who were
thirsting for blood.
Thcro wero so many of theso stories
that tho hour had passed before cither
tho governor or his visitor know It,
and when tho boy editor flnally ex
cuscd himself bo carried away a pic
ture bearing the r.overaors auto
graph, When Oor. Tlrndley won his success
ful fight before the Kentucky legisla
ture a few weeks ago tho editor, who
had been reduced by lapse of tlmo to
Just plain reporter, remembered theso
stories of tho early days, and wroto
tho senator-elect asking the privilege
of telling them to the wbolo country.
(Jor. llradloy's reply stamps blra ns a
man who Is going to make himself
disliked In Washington If ho doesn't
change bis mind:
"There Is nothing that Is more dis
tasteful to tne than iff talk about my
self, and you must excuse me from en
tering Into an account of my past ex
perience as a politician, i havo never
written It up, and never o.pcct to."
cLKCd in uic uctiaie iTiiiiui MJlid 1VJ.CI1
i . . i i j
.:l m 1
iS '3 ( :'?:a for the senate pages
to b J .- or three mock senate
- i . ftt.. - i
f lie J I. 1 k . IUVUIIJI " .11,1 uiu n.il-
we dir ne vounciters were ran-
tit I " ir oi rn i in v-e.vnvn.ni l rn
iltscjs. senator Spooutr of VIs-
u ticakrecra ,
mn"! nn inuicato parliamentary
be able to clarify the question. Ac
cordingly ho approached his scat and
called ont: "Mr. President!"
Tho Irrepressible "Hilly" was not
taken back. "Tho chair will recognize
tho senator from Wisconsin," he said,
as no brought down the gavel nnd nod
ded to Mr. Spooncr.
Tho ease and polso of the youngster
startled Senator Spooner, and It was
nearly a minute before bo could con
trol bis twinkling eyes
"Is It not out of order," ho asked.
"to permit so many senators to ad'
dress the chair at the samo tlmo?"
"It la decidedly out of order." said
the piping volco In tbo vice-president's
"The point made by tho senator from
Wisconsin is well taken. Tho senate
will come to order."
In the house of representatives thero
arc S3 pages, and In the aenato 16
According to tho regulations, no
page can bo under 12 years or over
1G years of nge,
Tho position of aenato pa go pays
a salary of $75 a month when con
gress Is In session, nnd, tlko all other
employes of congrrsv theso young
sters receive an extra month's salary
Til AMP gH Into President Tafl's
Tirlr , -.. . i t .
irliej tracp hu must havo been.
itcunceu npoa by two of
-- - uiiuiau iiuiicm iio
' vtr c m nnd then nrrcstcd by
m Scrvlro Offlcer Sloan.
It Til rn Ikn I
- i.ih lo itubumEion, on
-"i . j u wnicn llio tiro dflnt'it
' f:r Mayflower was coupled at
Ike trir. p git on somowbero along
( UB Tl, .
.o vru iwo uay coacnoe
cf tk- rresldentlal car, anU they
were so crowded tftat ih mniiin'
havo looked healthy to tho most op-
umisuc oi iramp. nut tlicro wns a
I'ullman, and It looked nice and dark,
and so tho wanderer strolled In and
It was Letcher, ono, til the nnrtora
who found the visitor crouched In a
uur corner oc uie tiny utencn. Ho
maao a Ulro for the man nnd cot him
In a clinch. Then ho called his fel
low porter. Anderson. Tbo two of
them bad the traran so scared thnt hn
could hardly1 see by tbu tlmo the
secret service men coino In and put
him under arrest
At Bridgeport tho tramp wan turned
over to tho pollco. Ho tried to say
that ho was a brakeman on tho Xew
iork, Now Haven & Hartford road
but tho trainmen knqw better. Mr.
Taft slept right thtough It. and ncvor
knew a thing about It until the next
. w MWTMsa uii 14, A A LllllUllg
.it . iiousokeepcra are In
"ntd to think thatT.n. Wlthnil
. e 10 a Of a iiitpo rv.
".v uai li.),.n In 1.1. .........
n. H apneara that thn nrrrn
i.r ,uyi ,eav nnJ money
'Pnl for a trln down in m. r
-, , III run ,!nv. Il.rr.n.1
- m in inu WftV Mr Wllhnr.
.."' " ne negro's return.
iu-! crvnnt 1
s ,Bl I knows Ait ti. if..-
j lfi .i. " io
. vl Uat furnnrn n.,. 1, I.
K i n.10?'". W,,bU- KT OM
oi no rlh .-ii t..
1 I cc u,T7 i "u" UKr "lue
w.1 .p,"tcd." ' ' 8,18
'There Is a sDcctmcn act of an old
time, truo-hearted utirky, whoso first
tnougni is or tbo comfort of bis cm
ploycr." If Wlthorsiwon could find
nbout a thousand llku that servant,
tbo St. Louis man could, make a good
commission by shipping them to Wash'
The Barriers Down.
John Ford, who, an (ho Kngllsh hus
band of Silas Cavendlsh-Uentlnck, is
rclfttcd to tho Ogdcn Allllses, tbo Ma
turln Llvlngstoni and many other "hot
ed New York families, talked, at a
quiet dinner at Tho Plaza, nbout Eng
"New York society," said Mr. Ford,
"is really more exclusive now han
that ot London. In London last sea
son an episode wns narrated that illus
trated well tbo breaking down of tho
old barrier. .
'"Society Is go!is to tbo bdV
wqwb," grumbled a young marquis at
a 1'lccadllly club.
"'What'a tho mattor now!' a friend
"'Moneylender's wife at a reception
n Ilelgravo squaro this afternoon,1
said tbo marquis, 'wearing all my
from the Awful Tortures of Kldnty
Mrs. nachel Ivle. Henrietta. Texas,
lays: "I would bo ungrateful It I did
not tell what Doan's
Kidney rills have
done tor me. Fifteen
years kidney trouble
clung to mo, my ex
Islcnco was ono of
misery and for two
whole years I was un
nblo to go out ot the
house My back ached all tho tlmo and
I was utterly weak, unablo at times to
walk without assistance. Tho kidney
secretions wero very Irregular. Donn's
Kidney Pills restored mo to good
health, nnd I am nblo to do as much
work as tho avcrago woman, though
nearly eighty years old."
Itemcmbcr the namo Doan s. Sold
by nil dealers, to cents a box. Foster-
Mllburn Co., Duffalo, N. Y.
THE BOY AND HIS AUNT.
Little Nephew Auntie, did you
marry an Indian?
Aunt Why do you ask such a silly
Little Nephew Well, I saw somo
scalps on your dressing table.
Special Note from Atchison.
The engagement ot Mr. Hiram liar
desty nnd Miss Suictto Snarlcy Is an
nounrcd. It occurred the other even
ing at 9MI on tbo red sofa in Miss
Snnrley's parlor. The young lady was
dressed In black, and wore no orna
ments. She did not look unusuatl
pretty, and what caused tbo young
man's mental aberration Is not known.
Neither one could remember, exactly
what was said, and both admitted It
was not tho first time he kissed her.
We print the details for the romantic
young things who are always curious
to know how an engagement la brought
aboutv Atchison Globe.
Willie had had a tumblo when ho
was a baby and bis hip was so hurt
that ever afterward ho .was obliged to
use a crutch. On one occasion, when
his mother had bought him a new
crutch of tho latest and most ap
proved stylo, WIIUo expressed his em
ihuslastu and delight In tho roundest
terms. "And oh, mother!" ho cx
claimed. In conclusion, referring to a
llttlo friend of bis who having the
uso of both legs hnd no need ot
crutches, "won't Johnny Knowlcs bo
That 8lngle Thought.
You're heard tbo old story ot sweet
wedded bliss, ot the two hearts that
flutter ns ono, and the two souls sin
glo-thougbt scaled with n kiss, and
havo wondered, no doubt, bow 'twas
done. As a wise ono who was by cx
pcilenco taught, this effect we will
briefly explain; In most ot the cases
that "ono single thought" Is: "I wish
was single again 1"
rrobabillty That Father "Improved"
on Anything Willie Had Heard
on the Street.
When Wllllo's father came homo to
sapper thcro was i vacant chair at the
"Well, whero's the boy?"
"William Is upetlrs In bed." Tho
answer camo with painful precision
from tho ana-faced mother.
"Why, wh-what's up? Not sick. Is
he?" (An anxious pause.)
'It Brieves mo. to say, Robert, that
our son your son lias beon heard
swearing on tho atreott I heard him."
'Swearing? Scottl I'll teach him
10' swear " And ho started upstairs
In tho dark. Half-way un he stumbled
and ramo down with his1 chin on tho
When the atmosphere cleared a llt
tlo Wllllo's mother was saying sweet
ly from tbo hallway: "That will do,
dear. You havo Given him enough tor
one lesson." Judge.
TORE HIS SKIN OFF
III Shreds Itching Was Intense-
Sleep Was Often Impossible.
'Cured by Cutlcura In Three Weeks,
At first an eruption ot small pus
tules commenced on my hands. These
spread later to other parts of my body,
and tho lchlng nt times was intense,
so much so that I literally tore tbo
skin off in shreds In seeking relief.
The awful Itching Interfered with my
work considerably, and also kept mo
awake nights. I tried several doc
tors and used a number of different
ointments and lotions but received
practically no benefit. Finally I set
tied down to the uso of Cutlcura Soap,
Cutlcura Ointment and Cutlcura Pills,
with tho result that In a few days all
itching had ceased and in about threo
weeks' tlmo nil traces of my eruption
had disappeared. I havo bad no troui
ble ot this kind since. II. A. Kruts-
koff, 6714 Wabash Ave., Chicago, lib.
November 18 and 28, 1907.
fvUtt tnt Chea. Corp., Bol Fro. BoHosu
Boy's Essay on Clothing.
, Here is an extract from an essay,
written by a boy in a London school:
"Clothing Is an article which every
body should wear. The least of this
artlclo is worn by savnges or natives,
which Is a piece ot cloth or a few
leaves or feathers round the waist in
cold countries, same as Eskimos, the
people wear moro clothes than wo do,
count of tko Icy cold out thero. They
can skalo all tho year round, except
about ono thaw there Is in summer,
ilf they walked about like natives they
would catch cold directly and die of
bronkltls. We put clothes on which
are nearly like our bodies, Eomo have
caps, coats and trousers, but women
and girls wear bats and frocks to tell
who they are."
Hypnotism Long Recognized.
Hypnotism has been recognized by
tbo medical profession since the nf
teenth century and in the last 100
years has been experimented and test
ed out In thousands ot cases by such
savants as Charcot In Paris and Bern
helm in Nancy, yet with all these
years ot trial Its results have not Jus
tified Its practical and general use In
sickness. New York Press.
"How shall wo avoid popularity?"
John Wesley dnco asked his preach
ers, and straightway gavo them the
answer In a set of rules. Hero Is rule
4: "'arn tho pcoplo among whom you
are most of esteeming or loving you
too much." And here Is rule G: "Con
vtrso sparingly with those who aro
particularly fond of you."
Mrs. Denham You still Insist that
woman has moro curiosity than man?
Ilenbam Sure; did you ever know a
man to want to find out If he could
get off a street car backwards with
out committing suicide?
Important to Mothers.
Examine carefully every bottle ot
CASTOHIA, a safe and sure remedy tor
Infants and children, and see tbat It
In Use For Over JW Years.
The Kind You Havo Always Bought
He Knew the Reason.
"I can say ono thing In favor ot Mr
Featherly," remarked Mrs. Hendricks,
the landlady; "ho never takes the last
plcco ot bread on tho plate." "No, In
deed, Mrs. Hendricks," assented Dum
ley, cordially, "Featherly ain't quick
Tommy Tho doctors brought tho
Freddy It looks Just like ma had
been shopping by telephone ngala.
For Colds and Grlpp Capudlne.
The bttt remedy for drlpp and Colds !
Hicks' Capudlne.. Hsllevea the achlnc and
fevrlihners. Cures the cold Headaches
also. It'a Liquld-UfTects Immediately 10,
It ana Wo at Drug- Stores.
Lest One Should Fall.
It is welt to moor your bark with
two anchors. Publlus Syrus.
WrilKNTOltll JOINTS AKKSTirP ,
utfti wtin you illii. fttntln or brutM your!! uu
pur? IMilt' 1'dnUIUr. Tlut bunt rcuiMl n
Occasionally a thin woman acquires
the art of not snowing it
I)r,rir'irtauiitlenrU Srtt patpM;an
axo. Tbf mulilt an4 InvlgoraU towb, Uvtt
i&i buo.V ivinml Ubj stpult.
The worm may turn, but the grind
sfono has to be turned.
The next time vou have a cold on the
langa try rubbing Wizard Oil on your
cheat and see bow quickly it will draw out
las inuammauon ana iireaic up ine com.
The less a man knows about wom
en tho moro he thinks he knows.
WHEN TOCRK AS HOARSE aa a trow. When
?oT oonahlnf and Katplnf. Wbea you've aa old-hhUneddoep-MAU3cl(l.taKe
Alln'i Lung Hal-
1. com oj ail arscgiau.Eto ouo ina ium iwiuva.
A wise man suppresses fully two-
thirds ot his opinions.
Positively cured by
these Little Pills.
They alao rellere Dla
treaa from Djarepata, In
dlceatlooaud Too Hearty
Eating-. A perfect rem
edy for DUxlaraa, Kau
aea, Drowaloeaa, Bud
Taate lathe Mouth, Coat
ed Tonpie, Tain In the
aide, TOItPlI) L1VE11.
Tbey regulate the Uowela. rurely Vegetable.
SMALL PILL. SMALL DOSE. SMALL PRICE.
Genuine Must Bear
What Aits You?
Do you feel weak, tired, titipondeaf, have freqeent r,f
eehei, coated tongue, bitter or bad taate in morning,
"heart-bum," belching1 o( fas, acid rfilnf. in throat after
eating', stomaeh tfnaw or burn, foul breath, dizzy ipella..
poor or variable appetite, causes at timet and k lad red
II you bare smy coB.Id.raMe number of (tie
above syntptoras you are aurtcring from bHiooi
nt, torpid liver vrlth Ifldifeation, or djapepahu
Dr. rierce'a Golden Medical Diacovery la made
op of the moat valuable medicinal principles
knows to medical eclence for tbo permanent
care of such abnormal condition. It Is a raott
efficient liver Inylgorator, atomecfa toaIo( bowel
regulator and nerve strengthener.
The "Golden Medical DUcovery" Is not patent medicine or secret n oilmen.
full lilt of its Ingredients being1 printed on its bottle-wrapper and -atteifed i
tinder oath. A glancs at llieae will show that it contains no alcohol, or harm
ful habit-forming drug. It is a fluid extract made with pure, trlple-refaed
glycerine, of proper itren(th, from the roots of native American medical,
foreit plants. World's Dispensary Medical Association, fropa., Iluffilo, N.Y.
Failed In Health
"My mollicr died six years ago, writes Miss Rum
Ward, of Jcrseyville, III., "and left me (o care for six
children. I had never been strong; and this, with the sheek
of her death, was too much for me.
"I failed in healtiu I was tired all the time and did
not want lo go anywhere, nor care for company. I had
the headache all the time and such bearing-down pains.
"A very dear friend advised me to take Carduf, as it
had done her so much good, so I commenced to use H
and now I am in good health."
The Woman's Tonic
Women's pains are relieved or prevented and women's
strength is quickly restored, by Cardui, the woman's tonic.
You yourself know best if you need It, or not
If you do need it, do not delay, but commence to use
It at once. Every day of delay, only lets you slide further,
down the hilL
Don't wait, then, but begin to take Cardui today, for Its
use, no matter how prolonged, cannot harm you and will
surely do you good.
Write to: Ladies' Advisory Deri. Caittaaooca MtdicJae Co., Chittinooea, Tessu
tor Special Iiutmtttent. ssd 64-page book. "Horns Treatment lor Women," sent tree.
Thc Largest manufacturer or
MtN8 FIWC SHOCB IN THC WORLD
WearW. L. Douglas comfortable,
nay-walking-shoes. They are
mado upon honor, of the best leath
er, by the moatakltled workmen,
In all the latest faahlona. Shoaaln
vary stlo and ehape to suit men
In all walks or life.
ir I coutd take you Into my larga
factories at Brockton, Maae and
how you how carefully W.U Doug
las shoe are made, you would
then understand why they hold
their shape, fit better, wear longer
and are of g re arte'' value than any
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loa caa aeoetier loryoa maa agaaai
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a year." James Mediae,
loS Mercer St, Jersey City, N. J.
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Kvcry man has his gilt, and the
tools go to Mm that can use them.
Mra. Vflnalow'e Kootlilotr Hjron.
forchlUrra tttiln, aulteu Iba turat, reduce! ta
Conscience Is something tboso who
need It haven't got.
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