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Erie Acid Proem
Whole Bed jr.
that is alwiys
y It ii tie duty
the k'jineys to fll
???ic poison out of
e blood and to pane
off, dissolved, in!
s urine. When the |
"neys are sick, uric j
Id collecte audj
oes? headache, diz
spel Is, nervous
:. rheumatic pain, j
esight and Irregu
r heart actiou. The
idneys get clogged
and pass?e irregu-j
get cured of these
the kidneys work
d Doan'g Kidney
kly. Mr?. Lottie
t, Culpsper. Va,
y Pilts in 1903 for
Is and a general
She reported a
on July 12, 1907.
iobUs later, said:
"nsy trouble at all
y Pills cured me."
?60c. a box, or
of price by Foster
o, N. T.
she will. He gives
me; h? gives h*?r
nts; be gives h*r
?hops. He lea-re?
and is usually so
be glad if she left
ng. Plenty of time
"" Well! And what
s woman, wife of
"This afternoon 1
thing to do. so I
h.' Three wo?
nt doctor, thfc ?
of an automobile,
the door of an art
tha it was closed,
ly at each other,
"said one despair
rid where million?
women and children
e, fourteen, si
.or poor bread, rags
might go to a con
-e till lu?
? 'i automo
fat: and '-kins dis
in value- ?
?uifu Andrew Wilkinson, a twenty
--old negro, bet wee ti 1 s.
this morning. Th
parties he was f
and r? he ctaim?
as ?il? bums.
had just been run off the
folk anri n yards by trainmen,
who bei was trying to break
Into csrs. When Officer Thompson
cam. i he pulled a .:>.
Smith h Wesson, but the officer was
too ouick for him. lie nr??d
?hots, one passing through ths a
men and the other cutting an artery
near the left shoulder. The negro
ran about forty steps and fell. An
Inquest will be held this afternoon.
MAW 18 YICTTM OF ^**A?B0LIT_^^
WASHINGTON. D. C.~ Special.?
Probably because he persistently pre?
dicted that aeroplanes would be
to use for merchant delivery In
near future. William A. Weaver, f]
five years oki, of Is ?h K ?9tr?eet. North- ,
west, was yesterday arrested by
liceman Stringfellow. of the Third
Precinct, and locked up on a charge
Weaver, who until recently waa em?
ployed at a Connecticut Avenue ?-st?r?
ket, ha? spent ths last several days
and nights trying to convine* his wife
and others that his theory was cor?
Weaver is a former patient of the
Government Hospital for th? Insana.
He wan taken in charge by the police i
at the Instigation of his wife, who
fearvd, she declared, he would do
himself harm. Mrs. Weaver told
police that her husband toid her he
intended to procure * position as an
According to tl .iver ac?
knowledged he I
rid-story window several wseks
and had also made an attempt
at his throat. He was sent to the
Washington Asylum Hospital Tor ob?
**ee months t.
kled and tl
ve day* ft si?
to investigate th?
Ifoore from th?
? 'K'tol.cr 20th, ?le?
ts inability t.
its. About elght>
for the murder of
still at large, sup
ul automobile and
ere injured as an
hrough the rncc
?>d into the crowd
power car, was
H. D. Wolcott.
d, the manager
1er. The nia
^^^^^^^^^ ?Jpg through
and down a 5-foot ?*???*?.bank
ither Mr. and Mrs. WokdTl
smashed into the crowd and
e women. The victims are:
H. Mooneyhan, of Raleigh;
three ribs broken,
lie Llneherry, of Raleigh;
la Baucom, of Apex, N. C.;
atlebury, coloreci. of Dur
ed about shoulders.
-<?nt. colored, of Durham;
dition of Mrs. Mooneyhan
ryant is critical.
exhibitions were given
y MeCurdy and Ely, and a
en the two is scheduled for
Believed New Cunard Liner Will
Stand Unequaled for Fifty
Special? A gigantl
liner, the la
and one that nd f'
i f t v j
??? pa.-?-enger*, the apar-.
I for 650
I is aim
HOLD UP STBJ
EBTW OKI UL-- Specie:
Two ma*-. : id up two
the passenftters an?!
then escaped after a ru
le with tl
day. The highwaymen ?sid?
le money and a qua
Polic?-men Rave chr_is and a duel,
in which a score of shots were I'.:
took place in the str?-ets. Th? men es
sd in the darkness.
Bottom in I phtavul.
th? depths of the Pacific
in a state of great up
art h shocks have bien re
ing the past few days, ap
ccurring in the regions
"% ears for \rs.?n.
M 0 N D, VA?Special.?
1!, colored, of Stafford, ar
?months ago for compli
ohn Brent In burning a
farm ?>f Thomas J. V.
nteneed to serve five
hnt crime by the Circuit
ths ago and ?-'>>t eight
I .f Insurance.
by uxxkown ma*
ROANOKE, VA.? Special? Yard
Conductor I>. Roscoe ?Shirley, of the
Virginian Railway, was knocked down
this morning by an unknown man and
robbed of $7.50.
He was approached from behind,
and was struck two blows In the back
of the head, which rendered him un?
conscious for three hours. He waa
checking up the cars for a train to
go out and on falling to signal the
train crew one of the men went in
h of him. and found him uncon?
scious. The asea red at about
the same place that Conductor Spen?
cer ws* killed by Pomp Scott a month
TAFT tS^JBCTS CULEBRA ?
PANAMA.?Spec Ai.?President Taft
ted Culebra ? .y and ex?
pressed his gratiticatit'n ac the "TTTiffc
ress of work upon that section of the
Tonight he will be the guest of
honor at ^^^^^^^
cially the. rep?
lit ??f I're?
it is believed? will b
?n by Fres- |
OUT THE SAME
i. t ? ' - for th
ie as tl ?';?. ?*>r
?. . prices bad been re
? -.I that they had
a.i.i to the consumtrs'
al has rls?
A FAIR COUNT
I it. VI, ?TOTES V i
Henry c*. Stuai : the
Slemp, in the Ninth
for his opponent an?! has
strict committee to make
an ii ^^^^^^_
The full??wing is Mr. Stuart's letter
to the people of the Ninth District:
rding to the face of ti
turns, Mr. C. Bascom Slemp, the Re?
publican nominee, has i .ted
t?. Congress froi
j majority of 217. The
?tes of s'l^^H
nt F.ndft His Life.
,PHIA.? 8pecial? De
rought on through in?
ter the study cf civil en
believed to be the cause
of Harry Conits, twen
of age, who shot him
ng in a furnished room
ported, well su
a majority of 4.
h the purpose o? ?n
Tb?KT*fore. ! shsll
attar to th* D??"
party, that It
ma.. as rosy
shall then 1
to the advice' and
tee. on the ques
make a fcr
scat before the
"Mc? ? : ask all loyal Demo
s and all my supporters to await
and decision of
party authorities. I tee that I can
say for the commission, as for myself,
that there Is no purpose to take ad
nlcatlty, or take
act i ay be neces
re. as nearly as pos?
sible, that the district shsll be repre?
sent ? man receiving th* ma
tee cast. X havs
?e steadily, whe?
ther frh e suffered by Its ap?
pend It especially
jpponents who have
clamored so loudly for purity in else
"However, such an investigation
may res: ?o wrong. It may
n frauds, if any have been
mltted, and identify those guilty of
them, and separate those who really
stand for honest elections from those
who talk for them, hut really condemn
-ach wrong doing as they sup?
pose to have been eommitted ?against
"I take thl- to express
again my thanks for the generous and
loyal support given me by th* people
of the district, to congratulate my fel?
low-Democrats on the handsome
showing they made and on the won?
derful victory achieved by the party
In the country, and to urge tbat what
he ultimate result of this recent
ir district, we maintalr
organization and look forward
with confidence to a complete vh-torj
!years h e t :
P. P. St. Clair, chairman of th?
Ninth District Democratic Commute?
has issued a call for a meeting to b?
.n Pulask! City Saturady. Novem
. ber 26th.
Interested In TWe Se?g*p**?*_
From the Pen o? a Heuth
Gram ling, S. C?"I was ee weak.**
writes Mrs. Lula Waiden, of t kl?
place, "when I began taking Cardan
tfcat It tired me to walk just a tittle.
Now, I do all the sewing, coo__g.
washing and general housework. ?Or
my family of nine, end hare not has?
ta bed a day.
I was almost a skelcrtos. bet unes
I weigh 160 pounds, and aat still rein
tag. I think Cardul the greatest ? i ??
dy for women on earth.**
You ladled, who have pale faeen. sal?
low complexions, and tired, worn eed
exprtseslons, need a tonic.
The tonic you need is Cordai, the
Cardul le the ideal tonic for swain?
because Its Ingredients are specifically
adapted for women's need*. They ?help
to give needed strength and rttaBtp In
the worn-out womanly frame.
Being a vegetable medicine, eoataia
tag no minerals or habit-formiag arwup
of any kind. Cardul acts ta a aaftand
way, ?end is perfectly harmless aad
safe for young and old.
In the past 50 years, over a million
ladies have been benefited by that
standard woman's remedy. Why not
Please try Cardul.
X. h\?Write to: Ladies* Aifies
Bept, Chattanooga Medicine Co, Chat?
tanooga, Tena, fer Special Isstme
tlons, and el-page booh, -Home treat?
ment for Women,** sent in plain winy
per on rennest.
it. This can be done
cake on stand.
The appearance of sta
. \ oe afia?'u
Before storing kniv oil
gas stove ia ise?
>u VIII materiallv
To remove a tight finger ring, pass
the ?nd of a pie?**e of fine twine under?
neath the ring and wind It evenly
around the finger upward as far as the
middle Joint. Then take hold of the
lower erd of the string beneath the
ring and begin to slowly unwind up?
ward, when the ring will gradually
move along the twine toward the tip
of the finger.
A Uttle vinegar poured in v?asela
immediately after cooking onions, and
allowed to come to a boll, will re?
move the odor and taste of the onions.
To whiten piano keys, rub with
clean, soft rag dipped in alcohol. If
very yellow, a piece of ilium?-! ?uoist
ened with eau-de-cologne should be
Powdered borax is a harmless and
extremely useful article to keep in the
house. A tablespoonful added to hard
water softens It. It is an agreeable
addition to the dish water, and
to keep the hands soft instead of irri?
tating them, as soda doea. It is also
? lient cure for those pests, cock?
? * ?
V V"* Hints en Etiquette,
matter how **?oor or humble a
person may be, he Is enV-Lb-?! to some
courtesy from you and
Never Introduce the ?
liglou in company.
mind another of qf; deformity
pert/on to whom
**-/ subject you
are not famil:'.
A gentleman '
A 1 v.'far
mue 1, , ; bad
, leaving without escort; no acquaint?
ance is necessary.
?r comment upon the dress or
jewelry of another.
s a e
Lemon lu s tard Pie.
i, juice and rind, 1 cap
sugar, yolks of two eggs, 2 table?
spoons flour, 1 1-2 cups sweet milk,
small piece of butter. Stir these to
g the; in order, add whites of eggs
to a stiff froth. Puke like *
custard i unson Crane.
? s ?
Two cups white augar, one cup bot?
ono cup sweet milk, three
spoon of soda, one
spec d of tartar, three caps
t butter ami sugar to
?idd yolks of eirgs, then the
as; dissolve soda in the
T tartar in three cups
of flour nnd add
s s ?
??in Cotton Goads.
To (M ?>tton gods, get ?an
i ( poison) and
n a pail of water, or
three or four hours, or over ulght Is
bet'?-r. putting !t in the last thing be?
fore retiring. Take out in the morn
tag and hang it Hp w?t Do not wring,
an** let get bone dry. then wash an
usuai. The garment can I worn until
soiled before setting the (?olor, ?and u\
will do aa well, although I aUould oot
let it get very dirty, so aa to require
much rubbing to get clean. This In
good for all blues, which la a hard
color get fast.
? s ?
Grease stains on leather may be re?
moved by carefully applying benxtae
or perfecely pure turpentine. The
spots must be washed over afterward
with well beann white of egg or a
good kid reviver.
It is possible to freshen stale cake
by steaming it for about ?an hour and
then leaving it In a hot oven for a few
minutes. Yesterday's rolls may be
latnble by heating in ?the oven
until they become hot. When eat?*?
y are delicious.
A cracked egg_t**aay be boiled *=>
;ug ii tvsm\^M)rf?T^G'*. "Aiu ta the
JpE5fenta any of the whit*
fttonTt out of the crack.
To fir brushes, dip
; half lemon, from which you have used
the juice, into fine salt, and rub the
? s with ?his; wipe It off at once
: and dry quickly, or otherwise the
; ??d by the damp.
???bu milk has to be boil<*d, an*
i there is tear of its burning, a good
! piar. "il rapidlj a little wa?
rn of the
I par ?*? Th
oe the heat over which it
1 la cooked.
An Attractive Mouth
A mouth weil cared for adds to
?your attrs :*tiveness. A mouth well
cared for is a mouth that is cleans?
ed every mcrning and every eve?
ing with Mead & Baker's ?^
Carbolic Mouth Wash. Its
antiseptic po-wer penetrates ev
corner of the mouth?ea?ch ir
of the teeth, leaving it retreshe.
hardening the gums, cleansing,
whitening and preserving your
tpeth as n._fa?her dentifrice can.. SPiT.,