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j "iRUN DOWN FRQMCR1P
H- Or. Williams' Pink Pills Havo Cursd
t This Form of Debility In
m Hundreds of Casos.
M' "Fonr years ngo," myn Mrs. P. Mor
H tifsoii, of No. 11)22 CurMiit street, South
' Side, PiUhburg, Pa., "I took n cold
'which turned Into tho grip. Tlilfttroublo
M iolt mo till run down. I wiih tliin, lind
H fcaclmchu much of tho time, had no up-
m cwtilo, my Ktoitinuh was out of order and
H I felt nervous mid utiHtruiiK.
H "While I hnd the grip I had n doctor,
B i)ut I really HiilTeii'd nioio fiom tliu con
M ditiou in which tlio inllticiizii left mo
H thnnl didfrom the (lUcnsoltftolf. I felt
H flcticrnlly wruMird mid inixerahlo mid
H tho least expo-mio to cold would iual;o
M tuo worse. I couldn't went to Kct tiny
M letter until I Ik'K'Hi to talioUr. Williams'
M rink Pilln. 1 very quickly not Iced n
H foonofit after I toftim tnltiiiR tliem and
H they rofllorod uio to ftood health and
H ntrciiRth. Dr.WilliaiiiN'l'luk 1'illH nro
H n wondorfiilly kkmI medicine. Thnnkf)
H to thoiu I am now in lino health and
H faavoliadnnretiiriuif my former trouble
H f recommend the plllrt to everyone who
H is allliiff nnil tnlcn iivcry opportunity to
H lot people know how Kood they are."
H Dr.WllliamH 1'iiik I'lllri cured Mih.
H Mori'luon heeniiNO they actually make,
H flood, red 1iUm)(1. When tho blood is red
H jtnd licalthy there can be no debility.
H 'Tho relation between tho Mood and
H merrous nyhtem in Mich that tho pills
H Iliaro n very decided action upon tlio
H nerves and they havo cured ninny hoveio
H ncrvoun disorders, such an partial pu-
H ralyniH, locomotor attain nttd St. VitiiH
H dance, (lint linvc not yielded to ordinnry
H treatment. Their double action, on tho
H Mood and on the norvcH, makes them nil
H ideal tonic,.
H All dniKK-ifits soil Dr. Williams' Pink
H Fills, .or they will bo Kent by mall post-
, paid, on receipt, of price, CO cents per
M box, tdx boxes for $2.G0, by tho Dr. Wil-
H liams Modicino Co., Schenectady, N.Y.
H WHAT WE OWE TO INSECTS.
H Thsy Are of the Greatest Benefit to
H Growing Flowers.
H Prof. Darwin said that If It had not
H tocon for Insects we should novor have
H had any more imposing or attractive
H flowers than those of tho elm, tho hop
H and tho nettle. Lord Avobury com-
H pares the work of tho Insect to that of
H tho llorlst. Ho conslricrti that Just as
B tho florist has by selection produced
H tho oloRaut blossoms of the garden, so
H tho Insects, by selecting the lnrgost
and brightest blossoms for fertlllzu-
H tion, havo produced the Ray (lowers of
H tho flold. Prof. Plateau, or Ghent, has
, carried out a series of remarkable, ex-
H pcrlmentB on tho ways of Insects visit-
H Ins flowers. Ho considers that they
H ' aro guided by scent rather than by
H color, and in the connection ho Is at
H variance with certain Ilrltlsh natural-
H Ists. "Whatever may be tho attraction
H ( In flowers to Insects as yet, it op-
H ' , poars undefined It Is certain that the
H Utter visit freely all blossomB alike,
H making no distinction between the
H i targe, hrlght-rnlnred ones nnd thn los
H conspicuous blossoms like those ut tho
h currants, the lime, the planetrce, the
H nettle und tho willow.
H , ' A TERRIBLE EXPERIENCE.
m How a Veteran Was Saved the Am-
i putation of a Limb.
H. ' D. Frank Doremus, veteran, of
H. Roosovolt Ave., Indianapolis, Ind.,
H v I says: "I had been
Hjt I titK BltowlnB- symptoms of
H i I fl9t i kldnoy troublo from
H ' wSB 5" tno tlmo I was nlus
H " ,i atvBttt . Aig tored out of tho
H tJbbPdz army, but In all my
H , MSBtkvr "f() novcr suffered
ssBBsBPiaBBl ncuc8 dizziness
H H Blccplcs8ncss,
LbbI ' aBllsHHaJsBl ani' tllcn (0I,8)r-
H was weak and help-
H , less, having run down from 180 to 125
H ' pounds. I was having terrible pain In
H , tho kidneys, nnd tho accretions passed
H almost Involuntarily. My left leg
H uwellcd until It was 34 Inches around,
H nd tho doctor tapped It night und
H ; morning until I could no longer stand
H It, and then ho advised amputation. I
H refused, and began using Doan'a Kid-
H noy Pills. Tho swolllng subsided
H gradimlly, tho urlno beenmo natural,
H nnd all my pains and aches dlsap-
H Iicared. I have been well now for nlno
H ycarB alnco using Doan's Kidney Pills.
H For sale by nil dealers. CO centu a
M Ivox. Fostor-MUbum Co., Uutfalo, N. Y.
H Latest Fad In "Society."
H Tho latest fail In certain eastern so-
H cloty circles Is to bo glum nnd cross.
H Ono phnsu of this more than usually
H absurd affectation takes tho form ot
H Ignoring letters of Introduction and
H this lack of consldoratlon has roused
B family fetuls In Buvor.il cases. Ono
H wealthy young Italian, who Is a mom-
H ber of ono of tho best Human families,
H wont to Newport this summer with
H many letters from prominent persons.
H Dut ho has found It Impossible to pro-
H sent thorn. "It Is foolish to expect
H Anything fiom social leadors thoso
days nnd tho stranger who asks to bo
H rucolvod by letter lias a hard tlmo ot
H It," aald a young man whoso letter to
B a society matron wa3 Ignored.
H To Give Work to Russian Company.
Ab nothing camo ot the attempt last
year to raise In llnlaclavu bay tho Urlt-
lsh Ironclad with her treasuro during
H the Crimean war, tho Russian ad-
mlralty olllcluh at Sebastopol now
1 proposo to Intrust tho task of bringing
' up tho treasuro to u Hussion salvage
' When a woman has occasion to
nharpon n knlfo sho gives it a few
H Iiard Bwlpoa on tho first hard sub-
H stance she goes.
PH Mrs. Wliilmv SuutliliiK Nyriin.
HBV forehuaiit ttvinuiv, olin iliu (.uitu.it-Juoai la.
uutiuftl.ou IU ili.cmewlJiu.lc. t&ubolu.
B Cast all 'your tnro on Gad; that an-
t chor 'holds. Teaii son.
THE OTHER MAN
(t)(t)Gr2rZir? "AT nro ll, cor
jyCfxlt rccl ro'al'ons no'
r I Jf tween a young
W1 y dentist and n
1A A. young womnn pa-
m "ont of ,1,B?"
Hlf asked Margery, an
HK slio leaned back In
UtL hor porch chnlr.
F9 "Is that a con-
Hn undrutu?" asked
K K "It Is n question
Mi K nsked In nil good
& JSf faith of ono of an
&' perlor Intellect."
'Thank you," snld Tom. Then ho
wns Bllent for all of n minute. Mat-gory
was silent, nlBO. She Bpoko llrst
because she Is Margery.
"Toll mo tho answer," she Bald.
"I am going to, In duo senRon," wns
Tom's reply. "People of superior In
tellect nlwuyB take a long tlmo l.e
foro expressing nn opinion. That Is
the one thing which makes me think
you huven't a Biiporlor Intellect, Mnr
gory. What did you do thot for?"
ho concluded, as ho dodged n porch
mat she had thrown nt him. "Didn't
I say 'tho one thing?' Now, I might
"Let's go hack to tho orlglnnl ques
tion," Interrupted Mnrgcry.
"Is this dentist follow goodlook
Ing?" nslted Tom.
"What has that to do with It?" re
torted Margery, in hor snippiest tone.
"Well, as long ns you nro tho pnrty
of tho second part, Margery, It bus n
great deal to do with It."
"Who snld I was mixed up In
Tom laughed. "Oh, Margery, don't
you suppose I know that no protty
girl nnd that includes you, of courso
worries over nbstrnct theories, ovon
ot Boclnl ethics? Now, bo n sensible
girl, If you can, nnd tell mo if ho Is
"Well," said Murgory, with n wick
ed twinkle In her eye, "ho is just
about ns handsomo as you nro."
"Oh, very well," said Tom. "That
Is disposed of. My ndvlco Is that you
havo no social relations with him at
"Oh h." laughed Margery. "You're
too lato with your adWcc.
"Why did you ask mo, then?"
"What has that to do with It? Peo
ple never take ndvlco, do they oven
'Must as Handsome as You Are."
people who fall short of having su
Margery rocked back and forth.
Still Tom scowled.
Thon Mnrgory spoko.
"Yesterday ho called mo up I sup
poso he looked up tho telephono mini
hor In tho directory, bo don't bo silly
and said: 'I wnndor when you'll let
mo try my now machine with yon.'
My tooth hasn't boon hurting me, and
I hnvo an aversion to going to tho
dentist until I'm half dead. Anyway,
1'vo got bo much to do wo havo, I
mean, Tom bo 1 laughed nnd said:
Oh, I'm having too good a tlmo to
waste any of It on a dentist Just now.'
I thought he act-
ljh ed funny, nnd I
Sjf'Lv. kopt on telling
a&OaW him that 1 had
tnot tlmo for hint.
And, what do you
think, Tom; ho
wasn't t n 1 k I u g
about uny old
dental machlno nt
nil, hut about his
now touring car!"
"At last I un
derstand what ho
was talking about,
and I'm sorry,
Tom, but unless
you hurry, I'm
..... . . ,, afraid you'll bo
Went Aw!y Sm"-embarrassed by
,n' having to lenvo
after ho comes. It's nil tight this iuco
Tom sighed. V
"If you promise novor, novor
"I think I hear the honk-honk," hint
"PromlBo," Bald Tom,
"All right," said Murgory. Then Bhe
'.aughed. "I won't get unothor chnnco
except when his wife's along. Ila'a
going to bo married to u MemphlB girl
next week, und do go, Tom."
Tom, bo Htimmnrlly dismissed, went
away smiling. Chicago Dally News.
COPPER 8AFE FROM LIGHTNING.
Belief Firmly Held In Many Parts of
"This matter of HupcrBtltlonB Is a
queer thing," Raid tho man as ho care
fully avoided walking under n ladder,
"for oven thoso of us who nre skeptics
havo nt least one superstitious falling,
nnd mlno Is walking under ladders.
"In tho country this summer I met
a now one, which wns firmly believed
In by Horernl furmors, and that was
thet n thunder storm never passed
over n copper mine or coppor vein.
Tho old fellow who told mo about It
pointed out again nnd again thnt al
though black clouds might roll up nnd
lightning flash, the storm always went
around n certain spot In his fnrm.
"Such actions on tho part of n thun
der storm could menn but ono thing,
ho ald that there was a copper vein
there. 8o suro wns ho of It, that ho
was putting by a llttlo each year to
havo tho spot Investigated to sco If
thoro was copper enough In It to
Industrious French Workmen.
Nonrly all tho workmen employed In
tho naval arsenal at Toulon, France,
add to their salaries by exorcising an
other trnde during their leisure hours,
aro hotel carpet beaters, others dis
tribute prospectuses and handbills, or
act as paiccl carriers for local Bhop
keeprH. Ono man complained recently
In nil seriousness that ho wan so over
worked at the arsenal that ho had no
tlmo to cxorclso his profession of mas
seur. A number of nrsonal hands ac
tually carry on their supplementary
triulo3 In tho yards. Thcro aro amateur
shocmukers, watchmakers and har
bors, who carry on a thriving and lu
crative business among tholr com-rados.
Had New York 8lzed Up.
It wns a severo criticism made on
Now York city by a visitor from No
braskn who said: "Yours Is a 'short
chango' town. In thrco days I havo
had soven different persons try to
cheat mo by returning too llttlo
Heavy Cost of Unpaid Postage.
One ot tho most curious contests
over beforo tho public was conducted
by many thousand persons under tho
offer of tho PoBtum Cereal Co., Ltd.,
of llnttlo Creek, Mich., for prizes of
31 boxes of gold nnd 300 greenbacks
to thoso making tho most words out
of tho letters Y-I-OGrapo-Nuts.
Tho contest was stnrted In Febru
ary, 190G, and It was arranged to have
the prizes nwarded on Apr, 30, 190G.
When tho public announcement ap
peared many persons begnn to form
the words from these letters, some
times tho wholo fnmlly being occupied
evenings, n combination ot amuse
ment and cducntlon,
Aftor a whllo tho lists began to
como In to the Postum Ofllcu and be
fore long tho volumo grow until It re
quired wagons to carry tho mall.
Many of tho contestants wore thought
less enough to send their lists with
Insufficient postago and for a period
It cost tho Company from twenty-flvo
to flfty-clght nnd sixty dollars n day
to pay tho unpaid postage.
Young Indies, gcnorally those who
hnd graduated from tho high school,
woro omployed to examine thoso lists
and count tho correct words. Web
stor'a Dictionary was the standard
and each list wob very carofully cor
rected except thoso which fell below
8000 for It soon becamo clear that
nothing below that could win. Soma
ot tho lists required the work ot n
young lady for n solid week on each
Individual list. Tho work was done
very cnrefully nnd accurately but the
Company had no Idea, at tho tlmo tho
offer was made, that tho peoplo would
respond so goncrnlly nnd thoy wero
compelled to Mil ovory available spaco
In tho ofllccs with these young lady
examlnors, nnd notwithstanding thoy
worked steadily, It was Impossible
to completo tho examination until
Sept. 29, over six months after the
prizes should havo boon nwarded.
This delay caused a great many In
quiries nnd naturally created soma
dissatisfaction. It has been thought
best to make tills roport In practically
nil of tho nowspnpors In tho United
Stntcs and many of tho magazines In
onlor to mako clear to tho peoplo tho
conditions ot tho contest.
Many lists contnlned enormous
numbers ut words which, undor tho
rules, hnd to bo eliminated "Pcgger"
would count "PoggorB" would not.
Somo Hats contnlned over PO.OOO
words, tho grcnt mujorlty of, which
woro cut out. Tho lnrgcat lists wero
checked ovor two nnd In somo cases
thrco times to Insuro accuracy.
Tho $100.00 gold prlzo was won by
,. D. Hocso, 1227-lCth St., Donvor,
Colo., with 9911 corroct words. Tho
highest $10.00 gold prlzo went to S.
K. Frnsor, Lincoln, Pa., with 9921 cor
A completo list of tho 331 wlnnora
with tholr homo addresses will be
sent to any contestant enquiring on a
Ho auro and glvo namo and nddress
' This contest hna coat tho Co. many
thousand dollars, nnd probably has
not been a profltnblo advertisement,
novertholcss perhaps aomo ho had
never before tried Orapo- i food
havo boon Interested In tl latest,
nnd trom trial of tho food h-vo uoon
shown Its wonderful rebuilding pow
ers. It tenches In n practicable manner
that scientifically gathered food olo
montB can bo selectod from tho Hold
gralna, which nature will use for re
building tho nerve contros nnd brain
In a way that Is unmlatakablo to
users of Grape-Nuts.
I "Thoro'B a reason."
Potum Cereal Co., Ltd., Untie Creek, Mich.
THEIR VISIT TO MOSCOW
HAS BEEN ABANDOHEO
Storm of Protest Was Raised Against
Proposed Action by Members of
the British Parliament.
London. Tho approaching visit of
a British deputation to St. Petersburg
for tho purpose of presenting an ad
dress of sympathy to Prof. Serge
Mouromtsolff of Moscow, who was
president of tho lower house of tho
lato parliament, Is arousing a storm
of indignation nnd proteat both here
and In St. Petersburg, and strong In
uflenccs are being brought to bear to
induce tho doputntlon to abandon its
visit on tho grounds that tho prcson
tatlon of n memorial of sympathy
with tho late parliament would be an
unwarranted net of interference, cal
culated to lend to violence The depu
tation Includes half a dozen members
of tho house of commons and social
roformcrs, and It plans to take an ad
dress signed by 300 persons, Including
mombors of tho house of lords and
houso of commons, numerous repre
sentatives of tho clorgy and persons
prominent in literature
Tho committee, In charge of the ar
rangements for the visit mot and de
cided to abandon the visit to Moscow
and to await further advices from the
Anglo-Russian friendship committee In
St. Petersburg, which will bo recelvod
Thursday and then considered.
NEGROES HAVE COMPLAINT.
Want to Travel In Same Pullman
With White People.
Washington. Representative ne
groes of tho south, on behalf of their
race, havo complained to the Inter
state commerce commission ot tho use
by railroads of the south of "Jim
Crow" cars for Intorstato passengers,
and havo rcqucstod tho commissioner
to Investigate tho subject and on tho
development ot tho facts to Issuo an
ordor compelling tho railroads not to
discriminate against negroea on ac
count of their color. Tho petition filed
with tho Intorstato commerco commis
sion Is signed by Thomas Oliver and
W. P. Johnson of Mississippi and
about a dozen other negroes.
CHRI8TIAN BURIAL DENIED.
Sympathizers of Terrorists Are
Whipped by Cossacks for Hu
Lodz, Russian Poland. Flvo terror
ists, sentenced to death by drumhead
courtmartlal, wero hanged Wednes
day morning. In the afternoon an lm
menso arowd exhumed tho bodies of
tho terrorists, collected offerings for
coffins and forced a priest to give a
Bolcmn blessing. Whllo this was go
ing on a squadron of cossneks sud
denly appeared and charged the
crowd, beating tho peoplo with tvhlps
and awords. Mnny persona woro In
jured nnd thirty wero nrrostcd. Tho
cossacko compelled tho prlsonora to
robury tho bodies ot the terrorises.
FUNSTON COMING HOME.
General Bell to Take His Place In
Looking After Cubans.
Havnna. Goneral Frcdorick Funs
ton will not ennttnuo In command of
tho Amorlcan forces In Cuba. Gov
ernor Taft announcod Wednesday
that ho nnd Genoral Funston will
loavo navnna for the United States
on Saturday on tho battleship Louis
iana. With them will go Assistant
Socrotnry of Stato Dacon and tho af
fairs of Cuba will bo left In tho hands
of Governor Mageon and Goneral J.
Killed Girl Who Refused Him.
Clovolnnd, O. In tho presonco of
sixty pupils In tho South Euclid
school, Ilnrry Smith, 23 years old,
shot to death Miss Mary Shopard, a
tcachor, 22 years old. Cornerod behind
tho barn In tho rear ot his homo In
Warronsvlllo two houre lator, Smith
shot himself through tho bead, dying
Instnntly. Disappointment In lovo Is
said to hnvo been tho mottvo for the
cold-blooded murder. Smith, who wns
a fourth cousin of Miss Shopard, hnd
wood hor for-Bomo tlmo, and rocontly
Fell From Hotel Window.,
Chicago. Miss Floronco McDonald,
20 years old, a mombqr ot tho chorus
In tho "Dluo Moon" company, now
playing at a downtown theatre, wna
klllod early Wodnoaday by falling out
of n fourth-atory window In tho Wind
sor Clifton hotel. Tho young woman
plungod Into an air shaft, and hor
body atruck tho heavy plate glnss
roofing of tho rotunda on tho second
floor. Sho wna removed to tho Wca
loy hotel, where alio dlod about an
Cuban Stoals a Million.
Now York. Tho assignment of J,
M. Ceballos & Co., bnnkcra and mor
chnnta, with liabilities botweon $3,
000,000 and $1,000,000, was announcod
Wodnosday In a atntomont which do
clared that the (ail nro -waa duo to tho
defalcation and absconding of Manuel
Sllvolra ot Sllvclra & Co., Havana.
Sllvolra'a defalcation la alleged to
amount to about $1,000,000,. Ho Balled
from Havana on October 2 ostensibly
for Now York City to conault with tho
raombera ot J. M. Coballoa & Co., but
har not rcachod this city.
KING OF SAFE-BREAKERS.
Marvelous Delicacy of Hearing Pos
sessed by Mllner James.
"Mllncr James was the most artistic
safe-breaker In the business," snld
Lecocq the detective. "Ho Is dead
now. He opened In his time over 700
safes without tools or gunpowder
solely by working out the combination
with his delicate and patient fingers.
" 'It took me a year,' ho once snld,
'to learn thn trick of picking combina
tions. 1 studied all the locks there
were and I had three safes of different
makes to practice on. The ear Is the
most Important factor In my method
and It must bo held tight against tho
safe door on n line with tho tumblers.
When tho knob of tho loeft la turned
slowly and one of tho tumblers reach
es the notch corresponding to tho first
number of the combination tho tum
bler will fall with a little click. Caro
must be taken not to displace this
tumbler. You keep on trying tho knob
back and forth gently till each of the
tumblora drops. Then the door opens.
Hardly one man In a thousand haa an
ear delicate enough for thla work and
to bo a succens at It you've got to give
up tobacco and alcohol.' "
DAY OF TRIUMPH POSTPONED.
Dudeklns Has Yet to Get Even with
She had been having tun with poor
Dudeklns for a long tlmo, and ho wns
wishful to get even with her. His
Idea took the form of a brilliant conun
drum, whose answer Dudeklns
thought was locked In his manly chest.
"I have a conundrum for you, Miss
Francos," ho said, whon ho noxt met
"Ah!" sho responded. "What is It?
Who gave It to you?"
"I mado It up myself!" ho asserted,
"Indeed I What Is It?"
"Why aro my clothes like the
Sho hesitated a moment, and Dudo
kins began to look trlumphnnt.
"You may think," aho aald, slowly
and Dudeklns somehow felt tho sand
slipping from under him "It Is be
cause they havo a man In them, and
you have a perfect right to think as
you please. But, Mr. Dudoktns, opin
Treasures for the Louvre.
Attention Is called by tho Travelers'
Gazette to recent acquisitions by tho
Louvre, notably of a life slzo bust In
chalk, primitively colored, of tho her
mit king of the eighteenth dynasty,
Akhoumalon, or Amenophls IV., ono ot
the strangest figures In the long line
ot the Pharaohs. The bust Is a re
markably fine specimen of the art ot
the period, and Is well preserved. Be
sides this, there are tour sepulchral
urns In blue porcelain from the tomb
of Ramesca II, In thoso urns was
found, besides funeral linen, certain
organic matter, which Is being chem
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Inspire admiration, respect, and love.
Thcro Is a beauty in health which la
more attractive to men than mere regu
larity of feature.
(jifrs. Chcti.E'Brown )
To be a successful wife, to retain tha
love and admiration of her husband,
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PUOXS FOR EVERYBODY AT ALL IBICES, H
Xfen'a BUo. SO to Sl.OO. P?YL "&. 3
toSl.as. Womm'i Shoe. 4.0O to Sl.BO. M
MIhm Children' ShoM. S3.SB to 1.00. . H
I Try W. I,. IIoiikUs Women's, Misses nnd H
, Children' slmcs I fomtyle, lit and wear H
1 they "irl other makes. H
I II I could take you Into my large m
factories at Brockton, Mass., and show H
you ho w careful ly W. L. Douglas shoes H
are made, you would then understand H
why they hold their shape, fit better, H
wear longer, and are of greater value raj
than any other make. m
Wherever you live, you can obtain W. L. M
Douglas shoes, Ills name and price Is stamped KB
on the bottom, which protects youagalost liljh m
prices and Interior shoes. Take no tabttlt M
tut: Ask your dealer for W.L. Douglas shoss
and Insist upon having them.
fait Colore u)ltts ustd i then wilt not war brauu. m
Write for Illustrated Catalag ol Fall Styles. M
W. U DOUGLAS, Dcptj 1 Brockton, Mass. U
can make SHI..OO weekly from now until Christ- 9
mis elllpirmir Jurcnlle ant llolldtj books, alic lm
full line noteil Author,, ion tier cent, iirunt. Ml
t'lelubi paid. S).t.ou outfit I'HKK. Hrnrt Ui
r-ni, to cnTer cxurpis charges. II, .1. ftMlall fill
1'U1IL.IIIIM CO., ui Im Halle Hu, CUicubo jaH
RET HIPU " Tn are a young man willing tT Ijfl
lit. I niun rouctiltallttlecometotlauKraiicI,-l jH
oiiundroeelveitM, liltiliesl naKOspalU anywhere ud hM
mirth, JoDsfnrererjbinly ana no qucsUon,ukktl ni
If you are willing to On a fair day's work for mors PJH
tliunufntriliiy'ki'iiy. r'orpartloulHrsndUrestiitiikiu fJH
Ok' l'l mil TT, Un ill fain Tru.l Hid,., rrurl.n. JStt
BATtVSMEX 1VAXTEV. L
Wo want a llre.ncilTO and thoroughly experienced I
talesman In this locality nlili stilUolent lummy; to K
bur iiutrlitlii his first month's supply or our Him- il
i.llclly Low lreuro llulluw A Ire Uoi- I
line Light. A mlllir neeilud In ercrystoro and I
numouiulfullrcimipi' nu withlnniirnniorult's. To
such a man wo will tiro escliulre sales riant and
Kiinrantoo to refund iminey If ukkIs not sold In iUj
Ulllclt Lluhl Co.. UUO N. llaUted tit., Cblcsuo, tu.
s!Hatv SHOES FOR HEN 111
-?2Nl(roHrhc highest degree of style, fit and workman-1
pr9flHbHA ship are embodied in these splendid shoes, I -.
mq ifiWKktiuSL There ore none thai equal Ihcm In appearance! fW
H Iff;-! HE' ani1 wcar'u0 Quality al the price, They are! fl
I. til That's vr bat the name mtans. That's rrhat a trial will prove. Dyl m
lit all means wear "llonotblll" shoes. Demand them of your dealer!
; ill INSIST. Sold everywhere. If you cannot get thems1 I :l
IIV- Ve ',0 make ,he "We$'ern l8y" he I!L
'-i'tV' frt "Martha Washington" comfort shoes and a full line I "Vl
miuV-: t''J of men's, women's and children's shoes. Our tradt-
p vvi r M"yr Doo Sho Co I vIISt 111