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- -.m c(iiiun)ii linck-acl.i' ti) an r-
'Utcnmir, owner of tli wood
f ! n4-.". Kit st Cork street, V"lnclirs-
Va., says: "Kvi-r h!;hv 1 !:... 1 la
!H- 1 have liccn u stiftVivr from kl-1-
troulncs. which made tlicinsclvcs
i'iin-itt ltt racking pains Ihroityiii the
it'-lnn of the kidneys nnd nrroKs tin'
v.: of my liack. The pains avcit al
ways i('v'ri', ami voinotinn-s so sharp
niu.I lilting that they ronvpclled nw t
tnkv' to my bed. Tlip kidney j 'ere! ioiw
f'y'i'Y'l further evlderu-p of disorder,
'i I I ,1e off c;lor. Irreu'iilar and tiain-
.tnsKnp. Added to this there
in nmioyuig weakness. The news
paper ndver'isemnts of Doan'H Kid
ney Tills attracted my attention, and I
procured a box of that remedy at
Franck linker & Sons' druj: store. ' The
relief I experienced was tna.dcnl. The
pills lifted me from my bed of sick
ness, plaeed me on my feet and made
me a well man. T can work as will as
I'vcr. ftxiim'f! Kidney Tills, I believe,
.?V(ii'fiiy life. They are a great rem
edy 'to stop kidney troubles resulting
A Fuf.k Ttuat, of this great kidney
medicine which cured Mr. IMtenonr will
be mailed to any part of the United
States on application. Address Foster
Milburn To., lluffalo, X. Y. For sale
by all druggists. Trice, "0 cents per
fj As to
My 'dear," said Mrs. Cawker to
her daughter, "when you tire at Mrs.
Cumso's this afternoon, I hope you
won't think tf repeating that bit of
gossip about Mrs. Gilfoyle that Mrs.
Foslick told us this afternoon."
"Well, because It would be ungener
ounnd unkind, and i don't think Mrs.
GihVlle would like it told; and.
besiM'a" want to tell it to Mrs. Cutn
Eo rnytV April Smart Set.
She pressed her ruby lips to his
In one ecstatic kiss
They seemed at peace with all the
Enrapt in holy bliss.
But, with jt'he osculation o'er,
It wasot hard to f.nd
That, thoyigtr she took her lips away,
The ruby stayed behind!
April Smart Set.
Jim Would you call a man who
Eteal3varther man's funny stories or
his plrtrl and uses them a literary
Jams No; 1 would call him a second-story
man. Baltimore Ilsrald.
NOT SO BAD.
Mrs. Henpeck I read this morning
about a m-?. who was arrested twjnty
minutes ?ij'r his wedding and sent to
prison fr fifteen years. Isn't that
Mr. Henpeck Oh, I c.on't know.
The law doesn't compel him to take
his wife to prison with him. Baltl
Can your daughters make
'Oh, yes, they can make
they can't moke the fain-
fern. Detroit iree i'rc.3.
(t'ntnrrh Cannot Hi Cored
' fil r.ppii"ations,nsi th-y cnnmtr"'iv'i
Vie disease. Catarrh te a bloo I
'Via! disease, and in order to oar;
rfiiko internal remoillos. JlaU'a
.......... . J' Im takeu internally , anrl
flireftly on tho blood and miieous surras.
U alt's Catarrh Cure is not a qua k modlein".
It was prescribed by one of the best physi
cians i;i this country for year?, and is a reg
ular pr'seription. It is composed of the
best tonics known, combined with this best
blood puriHfrs aettng direetiy on the nm
cons surfa'"'i; 'l'h perfect combinal i-""i o(
the two in n -H 'titH is what produv-es suj t
wondcful '."iiUs in curing cuturrh. HenJ
lor teiiitiiais, free.
I'. J. CiXknev & Co., rro'-p., Tolcdj, 0.
Pold by dni','fi-K f riee., 75".
Ilali's Family Tills are tho best.
The sa'oon is now prohiliited in hint foar
States JIine, New llaiapbliire, Kansas
and North Diikoti.
Ak Vnr J'ilrr For Allen'i Foot-Ff.
A jiowib-r t jruakeinto your shr-es; fi'stlin
feet. Cures Corns, Bunions, hwoollen. Sore,
Hot Cabous, Aching, SweatingFe tandln
growingXalls. Aba .'s Foot-Ease makes nvv
or tight.shr.es ea-y. At all drujrgNts and
tbr stores, 25 eeuts. Simple m id Feee.
Addn ss Alien S. Ubr.sted, Lel'.oy, X. Y.
The va'.ue of farm anima's increasrl
from $:ii,(W3,'J(.3 ia LSJO .to ?2,9'il,WU,0'ja
Tun Iiiiini'ii.-t' power plant are tu
be i st.ili'.ishi i on (lie cast slope of
Til.e'n I'ca!;, froi.i w 'uii li puwer fur
Iiubtin'4 Mild lieallll purposes will be
I'liniislnil Coluiadu i:irli!;;s and
j.ll lit t'JWIIS.
Texas (d U already making I'sclf
fill in Iliirupe, where liqiinl fuel for
vessels, pal licularly those eirap-d In j
the Asiatic trade, is making rapid
strides. Tanka.ire Is to be provided in '
the harbor of Copenhagen for the ar- j
t-oin modal ion of several sucu vessels
UOW bllild ill.','.
All the locomollve works in America
'ft re at present taxed to their utmost
fapacity with oidcrs. and most of them
are refusing commissions, except for
remote delivery. Some of the rail
roads are In such dire straits that they
rire offering premiums, sometimes !i
much as a thousand dollars fur en
gines to be delivered In the near fu
ture. The builders nre not petting the
ndvantago of these offers, but the com
panies which have ordered the engines,
but those necessities are not so great
ns those of some other company.
The positive Identification of a hand
fomo diamond in an elaborate setting
Is often a matter of difficulty. Rosen
heim, a foreign investigator, has re
cently devised an easy nnd positive
method of distinguishing diamonds
from glass, paste or any other precious
stone, such ns ruby, emerald, zircon,
topaz, opal, etc. The precious stone Is
taken Into a darkened room, with a
rod of bismuth coated with the new
radio-active element, polonium. Under
these conditions diamonds nnd no
other substances, emit rays which act
cn a photographic plate.
The biograph ns a promoting
r.gcncy has been found to be very vnlu-
nble, especially when there is any real
ly good object to promote. One of the
first instances of such utilization of
the biograph was by n Canadian rail
way in an endeavor to arouse inter
est in an "All British" route to the
East. The moving photographs of the
canyons and mountains were shown
to Illustrate the stupendous engineer
ing difficulties to bo encountered, and.
on the other band, the panoramic
views of farm lands nnd logging
scenes showed the promising commer
cial possibilities of the country to be
It is known that typhoid bacillus
produces little or no toxin in artificial
cultivation, and nil attempts to ob
tain a typhoid antitoxin have hitherto
proved failures. Chnntemesse, how
ever, by growing the typhoid bacillus
in a special culture medium prepared
from spleen and bone marrow, claims
to have obtained a toxiu with which he
has been able to immunize horses
and to prepare a typhoid antitoxin. Of
179 cases treated with the latter, seven
died, a case-mortality of only 3.7 per
cent., whereas of 1102 cases treated
during the sanio period on general
principles, 2Sd died, a case mortality
cf 10.3 per cent.
Observations made In France, by M.
Tripet, regarding the variations in the
activity of reduction of oxyhaemo
globin in the cause of a balloon ascent,
at nr. altitude of oOOO metres, met with
the following, results, with the three
subjects used: At great nltitudes, the
duration of reduction of the oxyha
emoglobin diminishes to less than one
half of the normal time of reduction,
this diminuation in the balloon in the
absence of all fatigue being nearly in
stantaneous. In all three subjects the
proportion of oxyhaemoglobin in
creased with the height. As the bal
loon approached the earth the converse
phenomena were noted, but the re
turn to the normal was slow and Was
not completed on arriving at tho sur
face of the earth. The results of ob
servations on the arterial blood pres
sure at varying heights was also noted.
A V'onlrful Kallwny.
A wonderful mountain railway is be
ing constructed at present in the Tyrol,
and when completed next summer it
will be the steepest line in the world.
The railway, which will be two nnd
a half kilometers In length, will join
the village of Kaltern to the summit rf
the Col do Mendel at a height of
feet. This distance will be covered in
exactly twenty-seven minutes, while
by road it takes four hours to reach
the top. The force Is electricity, and
ths cog (middle) rail system has been
employol. The maximum grade is Ci
in 100. surpassing that of the Stanser
liorn line, which formerly held the Eu
ropean record. The coaches will hold
fifty persons nnd baggage, nnd special
precautions have been taken to enshh
the tourist to view the wonderful
scenery through which the line passes.
XI. Strubb, a Swiss engineer of
Clarens, is carrying on this remark
After having been in service for
six.y days the automobile street ear
service in Chicago sk'iws a net pro lit
of v-j-2j daily for each coach.
6 U L
is on EKcalisnl Spring Oalcr
Remedy 1 m as Wei! as t:ver."
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l'i'ir Per iiiiii I nlrnii ii'
(I (oil ii t i itil in i .((!' ltt Jlfl,fi i! ft, i
it If I ii ii . i of it t il til i I h r in i. i . It
linn i.i-r a in ii men lr I lit uif 6t (ic'u?)
irni h i vi' iih"iI II an it rr m i ij ;m r
IU ulmlii i live in the cure l
tutrh. lor t'limr vht tirnf a nnol
rtitnrrh in4 tl let tic I Uuimiofmililnj
bilitr."lt. M (,,.
I.. J : : b. Coae.-Mi.
Ti vii, writi 4?
li (I Iliii i hi : 1 1 ' e.tt.u i h for
in.riy Jr,i:s I lunl. I'l-niri-i III. 1 It -!-p!ite!y
cum 1 inc. 1 thi'm 1'i'iim.i i ttu
b'"t t!!i-.!ic:'ie in the w ir'.d f r rit.irrh.
Mv ficiei.i! I',a';!i ii inn. l;n; r e I I vilj
li e a.4 1 mil null h i llnll "T th.m 1 hive
In en t ir yc;irs." W. -.. (intl.t'i.
A "ill II III ltl' It'tltT.
( 'iei -re--,in;l l II. I '. e.i, Ibid.:1!, 'i'aC
we. 'I ( ' i u 1 1 1 y . Vu., w l iti s:
(! II hi I'l l II.' II I rvolHHIt H r.' ijr.lt f
j fill na b'.e ri'tnnl ii. I'rrnna, In n n ) tifl
iiio l" hiiJ' i I n;i irith i nUirrh, an I
tint Is tn need of a pi-1 m il in? ii f unit
I Jji cll iv ( in c."!l. I' in ?'i.
I Mr. Fred. I) S.-.tt. I.a,:e, Ohio. Ki.d't
bund uf lbi.uii l'.Mill.,iil Te.ui., UMlr-::
"As u K.;te.!e tnr llllif tr-mldi I piil
! ''eiuiia at' tin- Ii. :td. 1 li.ivi? lined it my
elt tor (n'nU :uel ; 1 , t r t II of the limve.-i,
and it is ;. i -; i ii i:d retaedy. It restnrei
vitality, men a.-ei hmbiy itren.:!h and
niaK :i uii k i :i wi '.l in a idmrt time.
! ivt IViutia ley hearty iiidor.seir.ciit."
l-'rcd. 1). Seutt.
(J?:i. h i C. Abbott. OH M street, N. U'.,
Vahi:i.to-i. 1). (,:., wVites:
"1 u:n tally umvitu "1 thct your leiuedy
is an excellent toaic. Miny of my Iriemls
iiave used it wttli the must beneficial re
sults b r coughs e.ilds and catarrhal
trouble." Ira C. Abbott.
Mrs. M'-iur ilciina. orator of Heservoir
Council N'. 1G8, North'-ei.tC'-li l.c:io;i of
lbiir, of Miamiii'olis, Minn., writes from
2.-..Ti Polk i-trttt, N K.:
"1 have bur
troubled all iry
life with cTitarrli
in my bend. I to.kJ
l'cruna for about ,
three months, and
now think 1 ntn
permanently cured. J
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HON. I) AX. A. (JKOSYEXOR, OF THE FAMOUS OHIO FAMILY.
lion. Dan. A. Grosvenor, Deputy Auditor for tho War Department, la a letter written
from Wasbi gtoii, D. C, says:
"Allow me to exprenft mi gratitude to you or the benefit derived from
one bottle of l'cruna. One week ha brought wonderful changes a nd 1 uin
now as well as ever. Ilealdes being one of thn very best spring tonics it it
anixccllcnt catarrh remedy." DAS. A. OHOSVEMOIl.
In a recent letter he says:
"1 consider Vcrun i really more mtrltorlou than I did when 1 n-rste
youlattt. I receive nutnerou letters from acquaintance all over the
country ask in j me if my certificate in garniine. t invariably ansuer
yen," Dan. A. Gronvenor.
A County Commissioner'.! tetter. 1 e re;-R1f pcruna cure me 0f ft hn(J
Hon. John Williams, County Commis- case of catarrh, and I know it will cure
siotier, ot 517 uest Second street, lJuluth, any other sullerer from that disease."'
JNlitin., say the following in regard to re
'As a rcniedv for catarrh I can cheer-
meiliesi V:', ' - .-',,. v,
c-ll n:i a
fully recommend 1'eruna. I know what it
is to sutl'et from that terrible disease and
I feel that it is my dutv to speak a pood
word for the tonic that brought me iiiuiw
Uuiil W l.ilUllla.
A Coiixiessnihin's Jciter.
Hon. II. W. Ogden, Congressman from
Louisiana, in a letter written at Washing
ton, D. C, says the following of i'eruna,
the national catarrh remedy:,,
catarrh in a.i
the mcA'ine of thej
a'e. It cures when
an oinei i ii n.-i
tail. 1 can
' recommend 1 itiiiiiij
i as a catarrh rniie-'Mrs. Elmer Fleming,
i i'v." Mrs. E.iiieiv Minneapolis, Mum.
Trent Catarrh In Spring.
The sjirinn is the time to treat catarrh.
Cold, wet winter weather often retards a
cure of catarrh. If a course of l'cruna is
taken during the early spring months tho
cure will lie prompt find permanent. There
can be no failures if J'enina is taken intelli
gently during the favorable weather of
As a systemic 'atarrh remedy l'cruna
eradicates catarrh from the system wher
ever it may be located. It cures catarrh
of the stomach or bowels with the same
certainty as catarrh of the head.
If you do not dirive prompt and satis
factory results from the use of Vermin write
at once to Dr. llartnian, giving a full state
ment of your ease, and he will be pleased
to give you his valuable advice gratis.
Address Dr. llartman. President of The'
Ilartman Sanitarium, Columbus, Ohio.
f Cherokee Remedy of Sweet Gum and Mullein
9 f.Ti lfHICrClC tnlfR. I .mi!inrf ?u throat and Lung Troubles.
o top a' i - J - "rtf lor BO years. Alt DruKCists
Kerned v for
Thoroiirrfil v testeil
2ocy 50o and fil.OO
Society Wedding In Kansas.
The ceremony wa3 performed In
Charley's business office, and was
done up in short order, go that busi
ness was interrupted only for a few
minutes. Charley fame from behind
the counter in his shirt sleeves and
with his apron on, and was ready for
the ceremony, but s.i the judge's re
quest removed his ppron and donned
his ccat. The jndse tied the kret
good and solid, the sroom kissed the
bride, removed his coat, put on his
apron and resumed business. The wit
resses were Herman Brenneke, Jo
reph Sedlacek and George T. Smith.
Somebody may want to know what
kind of a business house this is where
thiB marriage took place, but as this
Is Kansar. we v.dll lave :c say that all
we know about it is that it i3 net a
dry goods house. The Bremen boys,
celebrated the occasion with firecrack
ers, guns, tin pans and all kinds of
rmsical instruments, and Charley
took them in and did tho right thin?
by them. Marysville, Kan., News
AN EASY CONSCIENCE.
"Don't you think you ought to do
EomethiDi? for your country?"
"Certainiy," answered Senator
Sorghum. "But I don't see that my
country needs anything from me at
present. It's able to take care of it
self, and lay up a considerable cash
surplus besides." Washington Star.
Natural Flavor 5
We take our choice corned beef, cook it and season
it all done by experts better than is possible at
home. When just right we put it in cans to keep
it right until you want it.
Keep it in the house for emergencies for suppers, for sandwiches for anytime when
you want something K"od and want it quid;, dimply turn a key and the can is open. An
appetizing lunch is ready in an instant.
Libby, McNeill S, Libby, Chicago. 2rl!&relKV
5 THL MAN WHO WEASS
a t-' '5
HA reputation extending over
V 'Ayr-iiA years ana our
f5u&rontee are back, of
vevery garment bearing the
There tre nan imitations.
do sure or me nano
TOWER on the buttons.
ON 5ALE EV2YTniiKE.
A.J. TOWER CO.. BOSTON. MA55U S. A.'
TO i 'ER CANADIAN COLim;t.4 TORONTO. CAJ
A "White Star" Buggy
n UUKtS WritiiE ALL tLbfc rAILS. (Tf
Best Couith byrtip. Tastes GimkI. Use 11
'J!"?:.. '" hT 1r"gglHtl Ml
On Jiitv 4th w will plve, Frek, one of our
" V HI I IJ St'AR" Top HusiL-ti- t' the pnrion
eoiiinosi ,tt the grciitest number of K ijzlh
words from letters con tallied in the sentence:
" WATCH THE WHITE STAR BUGGY."
Anyone who will devote an hour each day to
this pic ptiit study ean win the biuy-
No conditions t i cumpiy wltli except mal.e
up tlif- lisv of wonts
If this oiler is not understood, any bu,7irv
dealer roar town who bus the apencv fi'r
the "WTIIl'lC !?T.lK" Buugy wlll g.ve y'uu s
copy of him ruh-s.
U lien you have m id out your list of words
l ive them to our aent In your town, who will
send tiiHin to us.
! O i July 4 h we will notify "fry contestant
; wlio the vlon-r is and nil'- "".'of words that
I won the WII Tli &1AK"
I ou w it us. enclose po' age fjr ft ply,
; ATLANTA BUGGY C3.. Atlanta, Geo Cia.
Mn W . SHOES t. Jy-
?" ' UNION MACS
W. L. Dow?! an maksa pne! ro
more men's Cuaifye&r Weli IHstndt
Savsed Process) chocs tlu n mnybiher
inii.'imiib'lurci' in IIIO VJOtltl,
will he pii to anyona who
can aiapi-iva tliii atatoment.
Ik'oauso V L. Douglas
is tlu' largest iiianiihtf'turcr
he can lmy cheaper nnd
pro lace his shoes it a
huv.T cost than other ccm-
C'JVMS. niMu l.im
to s 'U k!io:.9 for ,3.f,o and
X'-WJ oiu;;l in every ,vV
i,j Mr . i an i c,-.uii. v k 'v-r-The
Dou la? secret pro-11 A 1 ' !' faW
f"i''Vl nulr ' ,e l' solos vrodurea abao-
m f rt 'an any o'. ier t inn o in ti,9 world.
u0iu-,i:iv)i-nreuiaa coubied the vfi
Rivo W. LDW Phoel aalandVavVneft
1:1 Kit .1 :!! 1.w2S:.iU.,: t'..1.0C4,aiO i
A Fin of yj,o,4 -,o.TI In Font Years.
W. L. PtfCLAS $4.C0 CtLT ECCE LINF
Worth SC.CO Compared with Ctrfr Kakel
The best i.-.-oar erf ant Anerlran leathers Kevin
Coll. c.ni N.uor.al kan-aroo. futt Color IJt ,ri-
nSllfl.TI' Tr,e eeu'ne have 7. L. DOT G LA 3
Ua'Jl!'J'1 name and price stampwtnn botau
.Shoes u mail, Mr. ejrn. J:ui. I ;.i' p 'rt
xx. . uottiLAs, it;:ociinji.. sia'kk.