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I certain if you take Hood's Sarsaparilk. /'^^^^X
This great medicine cures those eruptions, V^^^wi^^^^v
I pies and boils that appear .at all seasons; ( \ $|i
cures scrofula sores, salt rheum or eczema; / KJ*S??S
Hapts itself equally well to, and also cures, dys- 1>; fg^ ~j*:jß/R
--pepeia and all stomach troubles; cures rheu- V W f-/
matism and catarrh ; cures nervous troubles, \s*J^*Ji*orW
debility and that tired feeling. X^jJaPp''
ThiS is proved by thousands Of testi- Mrs. Helen L Thompson of I*wißton
■; B oDials, 40,366 by actual count in the SS'SThS! KiS^JSS
I i««t, two years — record Unprecedented thoroughly purified her blood after an
". a hktnrv of medicine *tUck of that Woo*p°»«»ta« <»»
.JO the history 01 meaicme. eo»e,scarl«tfsver. It gave her strength
Be sure to get Hood's Sarsaparilla. "d a r6n«7 ed health - Thousands of
,,„„ n «11 ■ others tell of similar cures, also cure*
Liquid or tablets, 100 Doa«8 One Dollar. of scrofula, salt rheum, eciema, etc.
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lit] ann burlap (if all kinds. (vV4
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MB Colorado street, fyiSi
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Soubrette —I hear the sweet singer
sang a lullaby last night. Was it
|Comedian —I should say so. Even
the audience went to sleep.—Chicago
■Far Infants and Children.
Ths m You Have Always Bought
Bears th* ST? .SZSJT^T
Signature of *^K/Z^r^ /-CLCc/u44
"Isn't it ridiculous of these scientists
to say kissing is dangerous?" scorn
fully remarked the pretty young man.
"Why, of course, it's dangerous,"
replied t-ie crabbed old batchelor.
. "What disease could it possibly load
'to. if we—"
Strike at Havana.
A Havana special says at a meeting
(if many unions a general strike has
been declared. Several thousand men
will go out. The trouble is the out
growth of the street car line strike
which has been on for several days.
C \HT\ TOTIIJANNOYING
v/\ 1 /\tf KfIDANGEROUS
Catarrh is usually regarded as nothing more serious than a bad cold or
•light inflammation of the inner skin and tissues of the head and throat,
when it is, in fact, not only a vexatious and troublesome disease, but a com
plicated and dangerous one. It is true that Catarrh usually begins with a
cold in the head, but when the poisons, which are thrown off through the
•ecretions, find their way into the blood, it becomes a constitutional trouble
«ataffects all parts of the body. It has more annoying and disgusting symp
toms than any other disease. There is a sickening and offensive discharge
«om the nostrils, a constant buzzing noise in the ears, headaches and pains
Jn the eyes are frequent, while filthy, tenacious matter drops back into the
woat requiring continual hawking and spitting, and in certain stages of the
disease the breath has an odor that is very offensive. Catarrh is worse in
Winter, because the cold weather closes the pores and glands, and the pois
ons and unhealthy vapors which should pass off that way are thrown back
on the tender linings and tissues, causing the inflammation which start*
"ie unhealthy secretions to be ab- „ •_ ...
*Orbed hvfli»i*i A \\r\ ,> .1 i Several years ago my blood was baa
£«uea by the blood. When the blood and i had in addition a dreadful case o<
°ecomes diseased with this catarrbal Catarrh. My nose was stopped up, I
Clatter-ill I-;., i . t ti .• bad headaches, ringing noises in my
£ era» kinds of complications may ears and felt unfit for work. I com'
°c looked for. As the blood circu- menced the use of S. S. S. on th« recom
■ates thrim.,l, ii i_ i .1 * i . mendation of a friend, and in a short
"«s inrough the body the foul mat- time It cured me sound and well. It put
*« anas its way into the stomach my blood In good condition and I hay*
Winine the riiVpcttrm an A —~a. •„! never had the slightest return of th»
dim-- t? dl&estion and producing catarrh since that time,
"ironic Dyspepsia, or Catarrh of the <**£■ D. CAM,
**«*. It also affects the Kidneys! No 209 "*-* St' Evan.ville,-?nd.
"'adder and other members of the body, while the general health is weak
n«l, appetite lost and the patient feels despondent and half sick all the time.
vi worst of all, if the trouble is not checked the lungs become diseased from
jne constant passage of poisoned blood through them, and Catarrh terminates
Consumption, the most fatal of all diseases. You cannot get rid of Ca
rea } m treatin S it with sprays, washes, inhalations, etc., because they only
blood IT 161163 and tissues, while the real cause of the trouble is in the ;
tlltli' iCSe relieve the annoying symptoms for a time, but the poison is
off -fi wllile fretting a stronger hold on the system and when they are left
all iT ,manifest itself in worse form than before. S. S. S. is the greatest o!
circ l ♦ punfiers. and when it has cleansed the blood, this pure, rich stream
Parts thro Ugh the body, carrying healthful properties to the diseased
jjpmL* hen the inflamed membranes and tissues begin to heal, the dis-
P?P*il /SafeSj charges cease, the general condition of
lj?*»r* C, LT^ KgT^ the system is strengthened, every
k^ttkk *s^Ja. Htglfe^ of the annoying and disgusting symp-
WjQ sCllia kT^E@k toms pass away, and the patient is left
\|r*Ao A^9 A in perfect health. S. S. S. is the best
Dlir»r. *3s£gr ® remedy for Catarrh. It goes right into
"wRELYVFRFTABir the blood and removes all effete matter
taserw- »t«tI«DLL. and ca tarrhal poison and cures the dis-
tneno tly> an 4 atthesametime builds up the entire stem by itsfine
tern anH S> S- s- is a purely vegetable remedy—non-injurious to the sys
tree con a nertam- "liable cure for Catarrh. Catarrh sufferers will find out
Wths a o * deP artme°t helpful in advising local treatment to be used
'**• THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, GJL
THtcfimiUL -tOWEflt-Tl ,77^>fv '*%
WATERLOO? fimmill^ J/K
OILED CLOTHING '/&<> %-y^/J;
MdemtM or jreilow for all kinds jJQf^V//
of wet work. On sale everywhere. «~/(\\\ \ I//
Look for the Situ of the Pished \\A \<VY
the mat TOtfER on the buttons. /Py/\ <W I
A J T«,?*t* CO.ftOITQH HAS* UM / / V A. *-^\ /
[_TO«/lft « .KttliK <O k-:.i TORONTO. CAM J/~ f~~'f /V^* 7 I
One of the best known houses in
Northamptonshire, England, was de
signed to represent the days, weeks
and quarters of the year. It has four
wings facing the four quarters of the
heavens to represent the four quar
ters of the year; 365 windows, one for
each day; 52 chimneys, one for each
week, and seven entrances, to repre
sent the seven days of the week.
Wo offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for
any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by
Hall's Catarrh (jure.
F. J. CHENEY 4 CO., Prop*, Toledo, O.
We, the undersigned, have known V. J.
Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe him
perfectly honorable in all business transac
tions and n nancitilly able to carry out any ob
ligations made by their linn.
West & Tkuax, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O.
W albino, K. inn an & Mabvin, Wholesale Drug*
gists. Toledo, O.
Hall's Catarnh Cure is taken internally, act-
Ing directly upon the blood and mucous sur
faces of the system. Price "r>i>. per bottle.
Bold by all Druggists. Testimonials free.
Hall Family Pills are the best.
The Azores, nine in number, be
sides several islets, are about 800
miles from Portugal's coast, in the
North Atlantic ocean. The islands are
of volcanic origin, but very fertile.
Seismic disturbances of great violence
have been Iftiown there. Nearly 300,
--000 inhabitants are scattered among
TO CtIRK A COLD IN (INK DAY
Titk.e LAXATIVE BKOMO Quinine Tablets
Druggists refund money if it fails to cure. X
W. (iRoVE'S signature Is on each box. 25c.
Three Were Drowned.
A report from Cedar Rapids, lowa,
rays • that while George McDonald,
Samuel Gallahan, Thomas Delaney and
Mrs. Hattie Kopp were taking a ride
in a gasoline launch on the Cedar riv
er, Mrs. Kopp began rocking the boat
and it suddenly capsized. Delaney
swam ashore to summon help, but be
lore he returned the others had drown
Governor is Doing Well.
The physicians attending Governor
Pattlson of Ohio, states that tho gov
ernor is much better.
ZION WITH VOLIVA
POOR OLD DOWIE DI NOW D BY
Mrs. Dowie Applauds Bitter Denunci
ation of Her Abßent Spouse—Gates
Barred to John—The New Overseer
Warns Followers no Glad Hand Must
be Given Former Leader
Zloa City, 111.. April 9.- The people
of Zion City hoard their former leader.
John Alxan<l«>r l>owie, denounced I'roni
the pulpit in Shlloh tabernacle Sunday,
and they approved of it. or at least as
many of then as could crowd into that
vast mooting house signified their wil
lingness in a manner that left no doubt
of sincerity to follow iv the footsteps
of the first apostle's successor. Gen
eral Overseer Voliva. Zion's new lead
er was the man that told of Dowio's
alleged misdeeds, and the more bitter
and scathing the words of denuncia
tion the more generally enthusiastic
the people became. When after de
nouncing Dowie as a "spendthrift,"
"liar" and a "traitor to his trust and
his people," Overseer Voliva suddenly
stopped in his denunciation of the
founder of the sect, and at the end of
a moment's hesitation demanded a de
cision from the audience as to who
should be their future leader, the 6000
people in the tabernacle arose as one
person and signified their willingness
to follow Voliva to the end.
On the platform with Voliva were
Mrs. John Alexander i)o\vie, Judge
Barnes head of the law department of
Zion City, and Overseers Bpeicher, Ex
cell, f'antel and Granger. The con
clusion of a short prayer by Overseer
Bpeicber the newly appointed head of
Zion, clad in a robe of simple white
and black a decided departure from
the gaudy raiment assumed by the
first apostle on similar occasions, step
ped to the front of the platform, and
in a slow calm and studied voice made
the announcement that lie was going
to take advantage of the meeting to
tell them a few truths
Mrs. Dowie Applauds.
When most bitter in the denuncia
tion of his former master, there was
no one in the tabernacle who showed
approval of his remarks more than
Overseer .lane Howie, the wife for 3(>
years of John Alexander Dowie, and
the mother of his three children. At
one point in his remarks, where Vol
iva, in angry tones, exclaimed: "I will
see that all costly furniture and ex
pensive library adorning Dowie's Zion
City residence, and which were pur
chased by the hypocrite while many of
his people were in need of food, are
sold and the money turned into Zion
.Mrs. Dowie half lose from her seat,
and with her voice and hand loudly
applauded the words of the speaker.
ZiON AI FAIRS
10 BE AKBITRATED
At the conclusion of the conferences
on Wednesday between representatives
of the opposing interests of the Christ
ian Catholic church, the statement is
made that the whole controversy would
be probably settled by conciliation.
Both sides to the dispute, according
to Attorney Emil C. Wettoii, ,lohn
Alexander Bowie's legal representa
tive, are anxious for an amicable ad
justment of the whole dispute. This
I announcement is made by Mr. VVetton
after his return to Chicago from Zion
City, where he went during the after
noon and was in conference with Gen«
•■ral (it is >■■: v liva, Oraneer Bpelo
' her, Overseer Granger and .Tudpo
Barnes. ■■.<■ li ■ of Zion Citv'i law
! departoiont. The statement was made
jby Mr. Wottou iaimediately alter a
: eonferenae ho had with Dr. Dowie and
j his ooii.js. lore, vhuh lasted several
, hours. At t'aia meeting Attorney Wet
j ton told Dowirc and Mr lieutenants
j what hiil transpired at the meeting he
j had with Voliva and his assistants.
CATTLE MORTGAGES VOID.
j Kansas City Live Stock Exchange Is a
It has been decided by the Kansas
■upreme court in the case of State
versus Wilson, that the Kansas City
j livestock exchange is a trust and that
I all mortgages on cattle made through
members of that exchange are invalid.
Nearly all the cattle mortgages is
sued through the members of the ex
change contain the provision that a
commission of at least BO cents a head
shall be charged. This Is sufficient to
constitute a trust, according to the
decision, and all the notes and mort
gages are absolutely void. The de
cision of the lower court was unani
mous. Millions of dollars' worth of
cattle paver will possibly be aflected
by the decision. Wilson had been
convicted of obtaining money under
false pretenses and sentenced to five
years in prison.
The swiftest dog in the world, the
Russian wolf hound, has made record
runs that show 24 yards to the second,
while the gazelle has shown a meas
ured speed of more than 27 yards a
Insurances recently have been
placed in I^ondon to cover the risk of
war breaking out between England
and Germany during the ensuing 12
months at 3 guineas per cent.
NAVY YARD JOBS GO BEGGING.
Secretary Bonaparte Finds Difficulty
in Filling Positions.
In three months which ended March
11, 243 persons either resinned their
employment at the navy department
or In navy yards, or refused to accept
positions umler the navy department
after b«inf certified by the civil Ker
vice commission to the secretary. The
percentage is unusually larpe and Sec
retary Bonaparte is worried about the
lack of desirable new employes. The
positions vacant command salaries
raiißinn from %lw to $1400 a year and
the failure to fill the places Is due
chiefly to the provision of the law
that a certain quota of employes must
be taken from each state. The pay in
the navy department is lower than in
many other departments.
QUOTATIONS FROM SPOKANE.
Wholesale Produce Priceß.
Vevetablew- Potato«a, 76c cwt; beets,
|1.1001.i6 cwt; turnips, l lie lb; ru
tabagas. $1 cwt; sweet potatoes, $3 to
$3.25 cwt; cabbage, $ 12.L >f.@2.7f> cwt;
carrots. $1 cwt; lettuce. 25c lb; rhu
barb, r.e lb; cauliflower. $1.50 dot;
onions, 25c doz; spinach, 85c crate;
parsnips, 1 l-4c.
Apples—Bpitzenburg, $2.75@3 box;
Winesaps, $2.76®3; Rome Beauties,
$1.7502.25; Yellow Ni'winwns, $3.50;
Baldwins, $1.75©2; Black Twig, $2®
2.25; cooking apples, 5 tior, 76c©1.25;
cooking apples, 4 tier, $1.2501-60; Ben
Davis. $1.5002; Walbridge, $1©1.50.
Oranges—s3.7s« i box; lemons, fan
cy. $4 to $4.60 case; dried ngs, 75@80e
10 lb box; Qgl in bulk, (ie lb; black
figs, in Hi pkg, sue: Karil dates, B©9c
lb; golden dates, 7®Bc lb; cranber
ries, $15 bbl, $5 crate; bananas, $2.75
Flour—Local, $4®4.25 bbl; Minneso
ta, $5.7606 bbl.
Butter and Eggs—Standard eastern
eggs. $1 (??.■> ca.se; extra select eastern
eggs. $s@(> case; best ranch, $6 case;
best creamery butter, 80c lb; cheese,
twins. 15c lb.
Celery—6s®Boc doa; honey, $3.25(8
3.50; strained honey, 8c lb.
Bugar—Granulated cane sugar, $6.20
per 100 lbs; beet sugar, $ti per 100 lbs.
Wholesale Feed Prices.
Bran, $1U ton; bran and shorts, $17
ton; white shorts, $19 ton; corn. $1.36
cwl; cracked corn, $1.55 cwt; timothy
hay, $1U ton; alfalfa, $12@13 ton; roll
ed barley, $1.30 cwt; whole oats, $1.45
cwt; choppea oats, $1.50 cwt; wheat,
Wholesale Meat Prices.
Beef—Steers, dressed, 6 1-2 ®7c lb;
cows, dressed, 4 1-2®6 l-2c lb; mut
ton, dressed, 12 l-2@l3c lb; pork, 9@
9 l-2c lb; hams, 12c lb; bacon, 14c lb;
lard, 9®loc lb; dry salt extras, 9 l-2c
lb; dry salt backs, 10c lh; veal, fancy,
small. B@9c; veal, fancy, large, sc;
pork, g 1-2 (a 9c.
Prices Paid to Producers.
Live Stock —Steers, $2.76®3 cwt;
cows, $2.50#3 cwt: sheep, $5 cwt;
boss, $5.25®6.50 cwt.
Hides —Green steers, 8c lb; cows, 7c
lb; salted, l-2c higher; dry hides, 15c
lb; calf skins, green, 10c lb; kip. 8c
lb; sheep skins, 1101.25.
Poultry and Eggs—Live hens, 13 l-2c
lb: live spring chickens, 13 l-2c; live
roosters, '.ie; live ducks, 12c; live
geese, 12c; live turkeys, Tic; dre
hens, 13 l-2c; dressed ducks, 14c;
dressed geese, 14c; dressed turkeys,
18c; fresh ranch eggs, $5.
Creamery products, f. o. b. Spokane
—First grade creamery butter fat,
28 l-2c lb.
Feed—Timothy hay. $ 13<fi 14 ton; al
falfa hay, $10.50 ton- oats, $1.86 cwt.
Vegetables— Potatoes. 50@68c cwt;
turnips. 65c cwt; beets, 75c; onions.
$1 CWt; cabbage, $1.25®1.60 cwt; ap
ples, $l(g>2 box; carrots, line cwt.
Portland, Ore.—Club. 86©67 c; blue
stem. 66967 c; red, 64066 c; valley,
Davenport, Wash. Bluestem, 54c;
Walla Walla. Wash—Bluestem. ">S, ;
club, 56c f. o. b.: no sales.
Tacoma, Wash. Unchanged. Kx
port—Bluestem, (;s l-2c; club, 67 L-2c;
red, V,i) 1 2c.
IN WESTERN PENNSLYVANIA
Peace Assured in the Coal Mining
I'eace is now assured in the mining
situation so far as the son coal Reids
of west .11 Pennsylvania ;:n- concern
ed. The organh at lon ol the lnd< | i
dent operators, who were holding cut
against granting the advanced deri
ed by the miners. ;it a :.,
day nigiit decided to five up th< ■<
gle and will sign the t,i :tt•-.
French Strike for Eight Hours.
The general labor federation of
France has decided that all workmen
will be asked to cease work on June
1 and remain on strike until an eight
hour day is granted them. The or
gani/.ing arrangements of the Federa
tion have been perfected and it is es
timated that a majority of the men
will accede to its request, thereby
causing a record general strike unless
the employers meet the demand.
Russian Governor Murdered.
Tver, Province of Tver, Russia —
While the governor of Tver, M. Slept
zoff. was passing through the principal
street at 3 o'clock Saturday afternoon
he was killed by the explosion of a
Governor Sleptzoff was regarded as
a reactionary official and was held
responsible for the beatings adminis
tered to the intelligencia by the black
hundred last fall.
Pleasant dreams have to look to the
stomach for consent.
1 §§g POWDER 1
v£j[ Hllri»sss^lf " lhe wonderful raising powder of the BBT
m KJft NPmIWP WaVC CirclCl ThouMn<l' of women a.c ■
Wk. , [Mjlh rllJJ^ bringing greater health and better food W&
\i ""^SsT^'*' • into their horn" by usin 8 X c Baking BB
I» L^tfESMANFO °j Powder. Costs just one-third what you MB!
H k' wvoßil ttjM3A>t 1! always pay. If you have never used it jJBm
Era you don l know what you've missed. £BSP
-**s£3i!iße!>' Don't wait! All grocers. Jy
25 ounces /or 25 cenfjt Jm
JAQUCS MFG. CO. jg&ff'
1TOWl)K TM»»rll«(l,- ■■ .if rirniuli" JB§
fr»» upon requnt.
. TOO LATE?
I V jflf^a^v. IH a" the Nourlshment out of Baby'i
i >^jffi_jT> j) ,sf^^*s( A \|! 1 Larger children cannot always
V <^^J<A--^^<^;*;:^ijii if Nil be watched, and will eat unreason-
Vv)#i yXfUr^JF MM ably< The Ready Remedy should
tP*^yy Ir^^WM\ 4&ss~*?~ mVi ever be at hand ~Cascaret3 to
Miii / ji'l Inw/fiis&y^^ m take care of tho troubl°when v
1. / / ||l/ /'. %-/ajlSr^ ffl comes. of tho troubl° "hen It
"</ $ *™J JmM^^ fS comes.
■ ' imm^il ]-*"^r 9j\ No need to Force or Bribe chll
fir f/mj I dren t0 take Cascarets- They am
■■ / /^==^^SrM7^ always more than ready to eat tho
' -^/ r '^ / sweet little bit of Candy.
' Repulsive medicine forced on tha
little ones does more harm than good.
MAMA! Don't be frightened
-but be warned!
Every Mother knows, or
should know, that the terrible
Mortality among little children is caused
by Stomach and Bowel troubles. Colic,
Sour Curd, Cholera lnfantum, Summer
Complaint. Measles. Rashes, Scarlet Fever
— even Mumps— have their first cause in
The Delicate Tissues of a Baby's Bowels
will not stand rough treatment. Salts are
too violent, and Castor Oil will only grease
the passages, but will not make and keep
them Clean, Healthy and Strong.
• • •
There is no other medicine as safe for a
child asCascarets, the fragrant little Candy
Tablet, that has saved thousands of families
The Nursing Mother even In good health
should always keep her own Bowels Loose,
and her Milk Mildly Purgative by taking
a Cascaret at night before going to bed.
No other medicine has this remarkable
end valuable quality. Mama take 3 the
Cascaret, Baby gets the Benefit.
Cascarets act like strengthening Exercifa
on the weak little bowels of the growing
babe, and make them better able to get
Eleven More Bodies Recovered.
Lens, France. —Eleven more bodies
were brought up from the Courrieres
mine Saturday. Another live horse
was found, but no more living men
have been rescued. The indignation
of the people against he mine manage
ment and engineers increases.
Mothers will find Mrs. Wineluw'i
Soothing Syrup the beet remedy to us* j
for their children du-rihjj teething period I
Fishes have been discovered at j
Guatemala with two pairs of eyes. One
pair does duty above the water, the
other below, the fish thus being able
to see in two elements at once.
A OUABANTBED CUHK FOR PILES.
tun*, Blind, Bleeding, Protruding Piles.
liriiit^ißtß are authorized to refund moon 11
PAZO OINTMENT fails to cure In 6 to 14 dayi.
80.; . , I .
Some men think nothing of being
dragged in the dirt if they can have
a place on the tall or a kite that has'
thf> prospect of flying.
TITO Permanently Cured. No flt»or nervousness ,
M 15 afUTttrstduy'ausGofDr.Kllne'BUnsitNe/ve |
Kmtorrr. Bend for Prt>«S2 trial bottleand treating j
lir. U. It. Kline, Ltd., Ml Arch Kt., J'ljllatlclpbla, Pa, I
A it salary is attractive in the eyes
of the man who is short.
U Nothing knocks out and ]
C disables like *
h Lumbago and Sciatica < ,
|J Nothing reaches the trouble ' \
x as quickly as «
v €£ur^,iVw' ™ADE 2
St. Jacobs Oil
', Known the world over as a
■ The Master Cure :
■ for Pains »nd Aches ;
■ Price, 250. «nd 500. \
• • •
Home Is not complete without the ever
ready Box of Cascarets. Ten cents buys
a small one at the Corner Drug Store.
Bo very careful to get the genuine,
made only by the Sterling Remedy Com
pany and never sold In bulk. Every tab
let stamped "CCC."
• • •
tV FREE TO OUR FRIENDS!
We want to send to oar friends a beautiful
French-designed. GOLD PLATED BONBON BOX.
hard-enameled In colors. It Is a beauty for the
dressing table. Ten cents In stamps Is asked as a
measure of good faith and to cover cost of Cascarets,
with which thlsllalnty trinket is loaded.
Send to-day, mentioning this paper. Address
Sterling Remedy Company. Chicago or New York,
W. L. Douglas
♦31? & *3^ S H O ES '&
W. L. Douglas $4.00 Cllt Edge Line
cannot be equalled at any price.
lif FT liNSSs
JiSE^EE 155 *8 *
><ut-c^?-fi£><>^ 111 I Capital •2.50(1000
W. L. DOUGLAS MA KES « SELLS MORE
MEM'S $3.Bit SHOES THAN ANY OTHER
MANUFACTURER IN THE WORLD.
(Ifl nnn REWARD to anyone who can
$ I UjUUU disprove this statement.
If I could take you Into my three large factorial
■t Brockton, Mass., and show you the infinite
care with which vary pair oi shoe* Is made, you
would realize why W. L. Douglas 53.60 shoe*
cost more to make, why they hold their shape,
lit better, wear longer, and are of greater
Intrinsic value than any other $3.50 shoe.
W. L. Oouglmm Strong Mmdm Sl—mm for
Man, 02.60, $2.00. Boy' School *
DrmmmShmmm, $2.80, $2,126.96.36.199
CAUTION. upon having WX.l>oug.
Ins shoes. Take no substitute. None genuine
without his name and price stamped on bottom.
fast Color Eyelet* used ; they will not wear brail/.
Write for illiutrated Catalog.
W. U DOUGLAS. Brockton, SUM,
Prepared Codfish -
(In gtaaa top boxes)
The Finest Packing of the Finest Cocldib
Practical receipt* lor preparing uodnab In
Auk y.mr grocer for It. Packed only by
The W. H. CuHiti KUh Co , Seattle.
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