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.Thus cried the hair. And a
kind neighbor came to the res
cue with a bottle of Ayer's
Hair Vigor. The hair was
saved! This was because
Ayer's Hair Vigor is a regular
hair medicine. Falling hair is
caused by a germ, and this
medicine completely destroys
these germs. Then the healthy
scalp gives rich, healthy hair.
The beat kind of atestiiror'al —
"Sold for over Bixty sea.
00.. I.nvll. yasss.l
■ /j Also manu&kotunrv ■
I y—a _ 5 SARSAPARILLA. I
SAID HE HAD KILLED 23 PEOPLE.
Last Words of Negro Before Taking
Knoxville, Tenn., Nov. 4. —In view
of 300 people, Jim Davis, a negro, who
had shot two negro women early Sun
day morning, leaped from the railing
of the Tennessee river bridge Into the
water, 100 feet below, and was drown
ed before he could be rescued. Fur
sued by two deputies, Davis climbed to
the top of the railing and pulling a
pistol from his pocket flred five times
in the air, scattering the crowd which
was trying to prevent him from sui
cide, and then counting "one, two,
three," jumped head foremost.
In his last words before leaping
Davis declared that he had killed 28
WORLD IS BHORT OF WHEAT.
This year's Crop 112,000,000 Bushels
Statements of the world's produc
tion of wheat have been brought
down to the middle of October, In the
statistics furnished by Broomhall. Ac
cording to these, the annual yield is
2,712,000,000 bushels. This is 368,000,-
<000 less than last year's enormous
crop, 232,000,000 bushels less than the
average yield for three years, and 112,-
000.000 bußhels less than the average
production of the past seven years. Iri
short, the world's wheat crop Is esti
mated as below the average from
-whatever standpoint It Is viewed.
KANSAS LID WAS TIGHT.
Big City In Missouri Seee Most Quiet
Babbath In History of
Kansas City, Mo., Nov. 4.—Never
"before in the history of this city was
Sunday so strictly observed by the
business interests as It was Sunday.
All the merchants who have heretofore
defied the attempts of Criminal Judge
William H. Wallace to enforce the
state law forbidding unnecessary labor
on Sunday today obeyed the Sunday
closing ordinance. The theaters, how
ever, are open as usual, as they are
protected by Injunction pending in the
A determined thief usually gets what
he is after. -
AVegetable freparalionfor As
Ung the Stomachs and Bowels of
ness and Rest.Contains neither
Opium, Morphine nor Mineral.
A perfect Remedy forConsUpa
llon. Sour Slomach.DUrrhoea
Worms .Convulsions feverish
ness and Loss or SLEEP.
Facsimile Signature of
EXACT COPV OF WRAPPER.
PUTNAM FADELESS DYES
Color more good* brighter and facter colora than any other dye. On* 10c package color* (Ilk, wool and cotton
equally well and I* guaranteed to give perfect retult*. Aak dealer, or we tend poet paid at 10c a package.
Write for free booklet, how to dye, L each and mix color*. MONROE DRUG CO., Qulncy, Illinois.
GREAT DAMAGE Til PROPERTY
IN LOWER CALIFORNIA.
Rain ,Wai Preceded by Hurricane
Which Lasted for 12 Hours —Ship-
ping Hindered and Small Crafts Lost
—The People Had No Chance to
Escape—Fruit Groves Destroyed.
San Francisco, Nov. 4. —Reports of
great damage and loss of life at San
Jose del Cabo, In Lower California,
on October 14, caused by a cloud
burst, were confirmed by Captain
Paulson and passengers on the steam
er Curacao, which arrived here from
Sixteen persons are said to have
been drowned by the torrential down
pour and more than 50 houses washed
The rain was preceded by a hurri
cane, which blew with great fury foi
upward of 12 hours. Small craft in
the harbor was sunk and a number cl
larger vessels badly damaged.
As the deluge struck the town the
people were caught up and had nc
chance to escape. Several were car
ried out to sea.
Some who escaped the flood were
killed by being crushed by flying par
ticles of buildings. Two new wire
less telegraph stations were complete
ly destroyed. Orange and lemon
graves in the vicinity were ruined
and the inhabitants are said to be
Not a single relic of any of the
houses which were on the hillside re
None to Succeed Mre. Eddy.
Christian Scientists declare the story
that a successor has been appointed to
succeed Mrs. Eddy In the leadership ol
the Christian Science movement Is er
roneous; that it would be quite as
much out of place to talk of a succes
sor to the discoverer of America.
Cleanses the System Effect
ually; Dispels Colas and Head
aches due to Constipation;
Acts naturally, acts Truly as
Best forMenWnmen an d Child,
rep -ybun gand Old.
lo «£et its Beneficial Ejjects
Alwovs buy tke Genuine which
has Tne jull name oJ the Com
JK> vSSTRUP CO.
bywanm it is manufactured,printed on the
Jront otifvory package.
SOLD Br ALL LEADING DRUGGISTS,
one &ize only, regular price S(Kp«-bottle.
/ . ,\v, •: AWvAW v*n *• - cW\ vo,'c-
The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been
In use for over 80 years, has borne the signature of
/> and has been made under his per
/T* .sonal supervision since its infancy.
Allow no one to deceive you in this.
. All Counterfeits, Imitations and " Just-as-good" are but
Experiments that trin« "vith and endanger the health of
T«fa«ta «ana Children—Experience against Experiment.
What is CASTORIA
Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Fare*
goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It
contains neither Opium* Morphine nor other Narcotic
substance. Its age is Its guarantee. It destroys 'Worms
and allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind
Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cores Constipation
Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the
Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep.
The Children's Panacea—The Mother's Friend#
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
Bean the Signature of
The Kind Yon Have Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years
iNt ewruia www, ft maaw «rnc«r. mrtiow*
A Talented Writer
MRS. E. M. TINNEY
| Mrs. E. M. Tinrey, story writer, ;
!' 325 E. Npeva St., San Antonio, Tex., |
"During 1001 I suffered frotn j
nasal catarrh, which various other j
t remedies failed to relieve.
I "Six bottles of Peruna, which 1 •
I took, entirely cnted me, the catarrh |
disappearing and never returning. j
"1 theie'ote cheerfully recommend j
Peruun to all Mrailaily afflicteil." j
Mrs. Ellen Nagle, 414 4th stieet,
Green Bay, Wis., writes:
"1 have often heard Peiuna praiied
snd it is more widely known here than
any other medicine, but I never knew
what a sp'endid medicine it really was
until a few weeks ago when I caught a
bad cold which settled all over me.
"The doctor wanted t5 prescribe, but
I told bim I was going to try Peruna
and gent for a bottle and tried it.
"I felt much better the next mom
ins and within five days I had not a
trace of any lamenesi or any oough.
"I consider it the finest cough remedy."
Per,ttia Tablets:—Some people pre
fer to take tablets, rather than to take
medicine in a fluid form. Such people
oan obtain Peruna tablets, which lepre
sent the solid medicinal ingredients of
A CHICAGO HOTEL FIRE.
sveral Persona Narrowly Escape—
Blaze Btarts In Laundry.
Chicago, Nov. 3. —More than 50<
.uests of the Plaza hotel. North ave
lue and Clark street, fled from theli
.corns In confusion early Saturday
.vhen fire broke out In the basement
jf the hostelry.
The building was quickly filled with
jmoke and many of the guests had
lifllculty in reaching the street. Abou'
100 men and women fled down the
are escape to the first floor from
where they were assisted by firemen
The lire, which started In the laun
dry, spread rapidly and a few minutes
tfter the alarm was sounded the en
ire building was filled with smoke.
The guests, most of them thinly
•iad, sought refuge In stores near by.
iome of them had been slightly altect
■d by the smoke. About 40 women
ecomlng exhausted, were carried
lown ladders and fire escapes by fire
More than .150 rescues were made
i 'iy the police and firemen. There
were several minor Injuries, but no
fatalities or serious' accidents.
The fit survive—the unfit perish.
•AYS WIFE SET HIM OM FIRE
Neigh bora Find Chicago Man Writh
ing an Floor.
Chicago, Nov. 3.—John Anderson,
dying from burns about the head, neck
and body Saturday night made a state- !
ment to the police which charges his
wife, Matilda, with having set fire to
his bed while he lay asleep. Anderson
returned home late, according to his
wife, after a debauch and, without
disrobing, threw himself on the bed.
The woman denies knowledge as to
the manner in which the man received
HOME MADE MIXTURE
SAID TO BE INEXPENSIVE AND
EASILY PREPARED BY ANYONE.
Is Said to Promptly Relieve Backache
and Overcome Kidney Trouble and
Bladder Weakness, Though
. Harmless, and Pleasant
What will appear very Interesting to
many people here Is the article taken
from a New York dally paper, giving a
simple prescription, as formulated by a
uoted authority, who claims that he
has found a positive remedy to cure
aluiost any case of backache or kidney
or bladder derangement, in the follow
ing simple prescription, if taken before
the stage of Bright's disease:
Fluid Extract Dandelion, ono-half
ounce; Compound Kargon, one ounce;
Compound Syrup Sarsaparilla, three
ounces. Shake well in a bottle and
take In teaßpoonful doses after each
meal and again at bedtime.
A well-known authority, when asked
regarding this prescription, stated that
the ingredients are all harmless, and
can be obtained at a small cost from
any good prescription pharmacy, or the
mixture would be put up If asked to do
so. He further stated that while this
prescription Is often prescribed In
rheumatism afflictions with splendid
results, he could see no reason why it
would not be a splendid remedy for
kidney and urinary troubles, and back
ache) as It has a peculiar action upon
the kidney structure, cleanßlng these
most important organs and helping
them to sift and filter from the bloc
foul acids and waste matter which
causes sickness and suffering. Those
who suffer can make no mistake In
giving it a trial.
She Wu Poor Bhot.
Bert Brady, a wealthy business man
of East Liverpool, Ohio, owes his life
to the fact that his wife Is a poor
markswoman. Recently she flred all
the chambers of a 48-callber revolver
at him, reloading It twice and repeated
the attempt. Then (he secured a
double-barreled shotgun and fired it
until her supply of cartridges became
She hit everything In the room ex
cept her husband.
According to her story Brady hart
taken another woman buggy riding.
Contagion a Question of Prevention.
Sinks, drains, eating and cooking
utensils, sick room linen and clothing
frequently carry the dreaded disease
germ unnoticed by the household.
Thorough and hygienic cleansing Is
fhe best safeguard against Infection,
and such a safeguard is found in the
universal household necessity—Borax.
This simple preventive carries in
Itself, disinfecting qualities which en
ter the fabric or act upon the article
10 be eleansed in a hygienic manner,
eliminating every unwholesome prop
erty, rendering It contagion proof,
while at the same time Borax is of
11solf as harmless as salt.
Unlike most disinfectants who de
nend upon their strength of odor or
harmful-to-the-system qualities to ar-
or prevent contagion. Borax Is
Nature's remedy, being easy to ob
ain and easy to apply, a simple solu
>lon in hot water being all the applica
tion necessary and requiring no pre
scription, It can be obtained from nny
grocer or druggist In convenient, eco
nomical household packages.
In addition to Its disenfectlng quali
ties, Borax Is especially a household
necessity, as It can be used for Boft
enlng water, clenslng and whitening
clothes, clearing the skin, whiten
ing hands, makes .an excellent
dandruff remover and can be used on
tlio finest laces or most delicate fab
rics without injury, while as an ad
junct to the bath It removes all odor
of perspiration and leaves the akin
ioft and velvety.
TRAINS COLLIDE, HEAD ON.
Passenger, Running 70 Miles an Hour,
Birmingham, Ala., Nov. s.—Past
passenger train No. 3 on the Queen ft
Crescent, going at a high rate of speed,
collided head-on with a freight train
one mile south of Morganvllle, Oa.
Sunday morning. Two men were kill
ed, six seriously Injured and about 20
passengers sustained more or less
The passenger train was over an
hour behind time and it Is said by of
ficials that they were running 70 miles
an hour, as the track at this point Is
exceptionally fine. The responsibility
for the wreck has not been deter
Gillette to Jail.
Former Vice President Walter R.
Gillette of the Mutual Life Insurance
company received nearly a death blow
when Justice Howling formally sen
tenced him to serve a term of six
months In the penitentiary on Black
Many times It is hard to tell a love
match from a first-class bluff.
"OUCH, OH MY BACK"
NEURALGIA, STITCHES, LAMENESS. CRAMP
TWINGES, TWITCHES FROM WET OR DAMP
ALL BRUISES, SPRAINS, A WRENCH OR TWIST
THIS SOVEREIGN REMEDVTHEY CAN'T RESIST
ST JACOBS OIL
Price 29c snd 60c
John D. Makes Donation,
Springfield, Mo., Nov. 5. —J. H
George, president of Drury college, has
been notified that Drury college Is to
receive $50,000 from the federal edit
cation board of New York. The mon
ey Is part of that given by John D.
Rockefeller to be distributed among
•100 Hewara, *100.
The readers of this paper wll> be jlssssd %e
learn that there is at least one dreaded diseane
that ecieaee has been able to cure tn all ltt
stage*, and that 1> Catarra. Hall's Catarrh
Cure (■ the only positive cure known to the
metlleal fraternity, catarrh belnc a oeostitu
tlonal disease, requires a constitutional treat
menu Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally,
acting directly upon the blood and mueoui
surfaces of the system, thereby destroying the
foundation of thediseese, and giving the pa
tient strength by baildiug up the constitution
and assisting nature In doing Its work. The
proprtetore hareeomuch lalth In tie curative
powers that they offer One Hundred Pollen
for an yease that It fails to cure. Send for Us*
Address. P. J. CHKNBT * CO.,Toledo, O
(old by drngglsts, 75c.
Hall's Family Pills are the beet.
Look Into the paßt of the man who
likes to go visiting, and somewhere
away back you will find htm a boy
In a photograph album with long
curls down hie bsck.
HOWARD E. BURTON, Asssyer snd
Chemist, Leadville, Colo. Specimen prices:
Gold, silver lead, $1.00; gold, silver, 75c; gold,
jtoc; zinc or copper, $1. Cyanide tests; mail*
inp envelopes and full price list sent on sp
plication. Control snd umpire work solicited.
References: Carbonate National Bank.
If the strength of a thing is devol
oped by Its use then some men's
brains are awfully shrunk up.
CONTAGIOUS BLOOB POISOU
NO LOUT 10 ITS POWERSTOS EVIL
Contagions Blood Poison has brought more suffering, misery and htunllaJ
Hon Into the world than all other diseases combined; there Is hardly a*f
limit to Its powers (or eril. It Is the blsckest and Vilest of all disorders,
wrecking the lives of those unfortunate enough to contract it and often being
transmitted to innocent offspring, a blighting legacy of suffering and shame.
So highly contagious is the trouble that innocent persons may contract M
by using the same table ware, toilet articles or clothing of on* in whoss
blood the treacherous virus has taken root. Mot only Is it a powerful poison
but a very deceptive one. Only those who have learned by bitter e* peri ernes
know by the little sore or ulcer, which usually makes Its appearance first, of
the Buffering which is to follow. It comes la the form of ulcerated mouth
and throat, unsightly copper colored spots, swollen glands la the groin,
falling hair, offensive sores and ulcers on the body, and in severe cases the
finger nails drup off, the bones become diseased, the nervous system is shat
tered and the sufferer becomes an obj'ect of pity to his fellow man. Esped*
ally is the treacherous nature of Contagious Blood Poison, shown when the
infected person endeavors to combat the poison with mercury and potash.
These minerals will drive away all outward symptoms of the troubles fet
S while, and the victim is deceived into the belief that he is cured. When,
however,the treatment is left off be finds that the poison has only been driven
deeper into the blood aud the disease reappears, snd usually in worse form
because these strong minerals have not only failed to remove the virus from
the blood but have weakened the entire system because of their destructive
action. S. S. S. is she only real and certain cure for Contagions Blood Pol
son. It is made of a combination of healing blood-purifying roots, herbs
and barks, the best in Nature's great laboratory of forest and field. We
offers reward of ft.ooo for proof that 8. S. S. contains a particle of mineral
_ in any form. S. 8. S. goes down to tha
\zry bottom of the trouble and by cleansing
the blood of every particle of the virus sal
adding rich, healthful qualities to this vital
# fluid, forever cures this powerful disorder.
_ Bo thoroughly does S. S. S. cleanse tha
PURELY VEGETABLE circulation that no signs of the disease an
ever seen again, and offspring is protected.
Write for our special book on Contagious Blood Poison, which fully ex
plains the different stages of the trouble, and outlines a complete home treat
ment for all sufferersof tills trouble. No charge is made for this book, aad
if yon wish special tn-lical advice about case or any of its symptoms, sh
physicians will be glad to furnish that, too, without harge,
rur mvnrr nwmno cs.. jmsw. cs.
W. L. DOUGLAS A
93.00 & $3.50 shoes T ;,"„v.%
FOR EVERY MCMBKR OF«e^
THE REASON W. L. Douglms shoes are worn by moK mopls
in nil wnlks of I ife than n'ty lit nr in sis Ijersuso of their
e\eellent style, easv-fitting, Kill «u mti-t wearing quniities.
'1 he selection ofthelcntueni andother materials for each part
of the shoe aid every detail of the makingi slooked after by
the most complete ofgani ationofsuperintendents,forenienand
skilled shoemakers, who receive the highest slan paid in the
hhor, ndustry, snd who e workmanship c.uinot lie excelled.
I f I oould take you nto mylarge factories at Brockton, Mass., zWtfv
and show you ho-r c.irefullv W. L. !>otigla> shoes an made, you
wouldthen understand «hv thev bold theirsliape. fit better, w V
wear onger and are of gr*a*er vnliie than anv other make. ▼
Mw —MO mmt tS.OO GILT COBEShomm mmmmt bm mmmaßm* ml amy mHmm.
CAUTION I The genuine hsve w. 1.. I touglas name and price, laropea on bottom. Tsks
Net Habslltate. A.* k voiir dealerf' rW. 1.. Douglas shoes. If ha cannot supply you. send
direct to factory. Shoe, sent everywhere by Catalog free. W. L. Dwaglafl. Brscitis. *lass
Panama's Independence Day,
Panama. Nov. 4. —The independence
of the republic of Panama was cele
brated Sunday with enthusiasm
throughout the entire country, as well
as In the canal zone. Acting President
Obaldta Inaugurated a now school of
arts and trades in this city.
riTC St. Vitus Diner snd sll Nervous Die*
MIA esses permanently cured by l>r. Kline's
Great Nerve Restorer. Send for FREE
It trial bottle and treatise. Dr. R. H. Kline,
Id., 981 Arch street, Phils., Pe.
There are but few central suns—the
most of ub are only satellites.
Mothers will find Mrs. Winslow's Soothing
Syrup the best remedy «o use for their chil
dren during teething period.
How long will the world continue to
sacrifice her saviors?
Is a Constitutional Disease
It originates in impure blood and
requires constitutional treatment, acting
through and purifying the blood, for its
radical and permanent cure. The
greatest constitutional remedy is
In usual liquid form or in chocnlatcd tab
lets known asSorsotabs. 100doscp$l.
Nasal and other local forms of catarrh
are promptly relieved by Antifeplels or
Catarrlets, Soc.. druggists or mail.
C. I. Hood Co., I.owell, Mass.
•Pure m riot her*« Bread: \
[INLAND CRACKERS 1
I la tlw... <
Not wade by the Trust.
C LA SM FIED ADS.
NOTICE—The following announcements are
from leading business men and firms, and are
well worth your careful reading. The list w
contain juat the proposition jtom are looking
VACANT GOVERNMENT LAND. T
BLUE PRINT MAPS OP _ STEVENS
county showing sll vacant government land,
IJ 5° Township blue prints of Stevens. Perrj,
Okanogan. Uouulas snd Clielsn counties, St
per township. Frank R. Corbaky, Sj wasa
ngton street, Spokane, Waah.
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