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CAN. NOTBE RUBBED AWAY
It 13 perfectly natural to nib the spot that hurts, nd when the muscles. nerves, joints ana bones are ttsrobbitif and twitching with the pains of In f he Mtional halls of congress Monday, February 18. Washington, Feb. 18. After I than five hours consideration of the ag ricultural appropriation bill, the senate Rheumatism the sa2eTcfr-i tnnf'to turn to tha liniment bottle, or some other external npplicatiorifin ia.ik)rt to pctW J from the disease, by producing tounter-irritatioa on the flesh. Such treatment will quiet the pain tempo rarily, but rait hnui no direct curative effect rm the ro.il disuanai rtfHniiut it iWa not teach theil,vvl.-.whe.V. tHeftUtut. ts I-.icata .'i Rhetimarian. la mm incnawed from $3,600 to $6,000 the sal than stiri deen it ia nwted an J c-rotinJl in the Mcvt an.l on r,n1w . ry of Utfford Pirn-hot, chief forester, reached by constitutional treatmcnWT. CANNOT BIS RUBBED AWAY. The debate was dewteJ mostly to the Rheumatism is duoHlan flteess of uric tKidi a the blood, brought about by ihods ' of administration and general the accumulation in the svstem of refuse matter which the natural avenues Jl-yof Jbefonwtservk-e.and at Uiim of bodilv waste. tlier,ItrcU and l'i,Wr haw faili ir. rarrw niT T!ii broadened to Include til public laud refuse matter, rnnrfn rrtWiftArt trftSThe .iifferont nri'da rtf the Ulv fnmt. ouestiou generally. Practically 110 Uric acid which is absorbed into the blood and distributed to all narta of the progress was made on the argieultural body, and Rheumatism pets possession of the system. The aches and pains atma nnlv Ermntim Anil t V. .-n 1 ivl. IIiaw a,,. Ka m1!m,1 I,!, a tlmj b surface treatment, thev will rrarmr-nr at the first- rrvun to .-old nrl Washlngtoon, rCO. dampness, or after an attack of indigestion or other irrecularitv. Rheuma tism fan never be permanently cured while the circulation remains saturated iWiW jlrraatussfj painr4iicin; one acid poison. the bill. Points of order were made more adjust many provision of the bill, and bill. 18. The house today adopted a resolution presented by Overstreet, of Indiana, authoilsiiig the The disease will shift c'!;rk t0 ,lww. .proS.l? ln..,he litiKitA annninrlufiikn kill l.vki t Ida tirqm jauscKtmuscie qr joint to joint, settling on the nerve3, causme ."tr i , -"'" Tnflammatibn'and Selliriit and snen terrible pains that the nervous system rdlK,,mn, of compensation to railroad is often shattered, the health undermined, and perhaps the Calient becomes ylng the wail, to toko effect "tntmnl nn.t .VrTnrTvl T.r l 'f -8 S C IV. ..1.1.. 41... . -.1 1 JUly 1. renovates the eiwotoUen by neutralizing the acids and expelling all foreign , ninnt to the tmmigra ion Battexfeom.0wsyste. It warms and invigorates the blood so font instead '". Pfl by the senate Niturday, . . , nV ..r. .et.i. -.t. was sgreed to in the house today. Ibis Ing acrid and corrosive matter in the mns. w,11 " to wd. effectively bar Jnp. des, nerves, joints and bones, thebody is fed coo les from the tidied Mates and nourished by rich, health-sustaining M,ld "Ule tbe JPnese srhoul question, blood which completely and permanently c.hlr. c.K..r- ia cures RhenmaUsm. S. S. S. W composed w , .rK , , I , of both purifying and tonic properties , Vshmton, Feb loThe AJmin.a- i ' jsi7 f . tration plan to aettle the Oattfornia- JUB- u HDcramia every case 01 itneu- i .,..,- !--.. -..,.i nation no,Vsnvflcti olfcnU r ntli.v n..',t JJ;. t,..l- ,- -........ - . n f. v. ... , ..VUMUU. u i senate touuy T tbe adontioo or tae ea made entirely of purifying, healing extracts and juices of roots, herbs and ate committee report on tbe immiKra barks. If you are suffering from Rheumatism do not waste valuable time It ion bill. This remrt eontinuen a nn trying to rub a blood disease away, but begin the use of S. S. S. and write vision which authorize the president to us aoouc your case ana our pnysicians win give yon any information or exeiuiie japanee isrorem rrom toe advice desired free of chanre and will send our soecial treatise on Rheumatism. I nited States at h Iport will now go to the house for its approval, which is assured. The entire .lay was devoted to debate on the re were generally sustained. ' Washington, Feb. 14. The senate today passed a bill providing tor the investigation of the water sources of the I'nited Slates. The Investigntion Is to lie made by the director of the geologi cal survev. Both underground and surface waters are to bo investigated. An amendment was adopted, which (lennlls co-operation between the state and the Federal government in making hydrographlc suiveys. Blood Humors Commonly Plmiites, bolls, hlvss. em r sail rhouui, or sums ouisr iwnu i Itoni bul soniellnisi Uiy ! In lh systain. Indlratsil by fusllns of wssswss. Isosuor. toss of aiawllt. or S""1 lll. wttlioul sauslii n brsUInt out. Hood) 0arMrtll sxpels uisro. stronslhsn anil lonM lbs whols system This Is His testimony of thousands annually Aeosiit no subslltul. but Insist a hsvlns Hood's Sarsapaiilla In nsusl IIquM form or In choeolatp tablsts kuowassBarsatabs. iwdososii. The !! IMBTereao. An ssni.wt defender of thlncs Irish asserts that the traditional bull of ire land I not, ss Is commonly supposed. the expression of s blundering lutein A solution of the Japanese problem noe, but. on the contrary, slum the is threatened with complete failure because of Senator fridge's Irritating and bulldostng tactics. Republicans are alarmed at the situation tonight and apprehensive tluit the exclusion amendment added to the immigration PURELY VEGETABLE advice desued free of charge and will send our special treatise on Rheumatism. IMC SWIFT SPCCirtC CO, ATtAKTA, GAm, FRUIT TREES, VINES, PLANTS BERKSHIRE SWINE, (Reeistered) SHORTHORN CATTLE, Reentered BARRED AND WHITE ROCKS PAClflC NURSERY CO. CatsloeiM free. Taacntt. Orc(M FREE SAMPLE MULE-TEAM BORAX whh X3-pav lllostrainl booklet, giTias; 1.000 BM lor Borax ta Uie Home. Farm and Dairr, ana a souvenir picture, JxH l -olor freror5o and yoor deakrr's name. Adim ttclti Cota Borax Co, Oakland, Lai CROPS NEVER FAIL t ih tpr Snake) Vmllejr, Irfh, whm SaVisv Missj' JMinpt ilry ti m--rkvr tkitr mXtmiy i-td. t)U.iVH ht ndrvtMop.d, Irrtnb Iswtd wtii awmlttbtf sMMitcr. hicb-si t d ti wrrl VsUWjr In tb world. fom c lmu; cbo ot frail ; lmiuns crops of crmln, aifaUfa atuv bettv f4,tAO, OO lBTsjtsHl IB tUffsJ- (Mtori. Nrw R. K. rxisair Kisl U VsMlowstonv pork ofx-ns coantrv of tm r oarosM. Athlon tartxl Ju. 1, IkUt, a record brwuivf. Writ f.jf ixkrtculsra. 1 C C. MOOKK KKAL KSTATK COHPAST Bt, Antbonjr mud Asbtos. ldsbo. Many Afflicted Country People an eominr to us for treatment and returning aome cored. We perma nently and prompt!, cure Indieea tlon. Rheumatism, ail Private and Wasting Diaeaea, Xerroui Disor ders, Iiseaea of Women and Child Ten, Eeiema, Blood, Siia and Chronic OiMaxes. So matter what jour trouble may be, come to see ui. Fat fintiltitina ud lew York Surgical and Medical Institute f erauaeauV Locates at Coraer ef Sixtfc aal ' iZi!.J WaikiaftaaSlk. f 1Ua4 Or. port. Washington, Feb. 10. In the diseus sioa of the postofKee appropriation bill in the house today Overstroet said the committee had reached the conclusion that a reduction in the railway mail was absolutely noeessary. "The railroads aro Irvine tA atam. uow sweet to be caught ia Its frasp like pede the house," he said, "yet there a feather, is not a scintilla of evidence to show And find yourself wrapped round a tela- that the reduction is excessive. The traph pole; postal service will not be impaired in Oh, bow we adore, la this wild wintry tbe slightest degree, and not a train weather, will b cut off, notwithstanding the This bhuard that comes when you're threats of the railroad companies. There The RowUbst Old Bllaaard. How dear to my heart is the fierce howl ins billiard. Which conies from the north like a wolf oa the fold. Predicted by Foster or some other wizard. The charger of snow and ta demon of cold; clear ont of coal This wild, whirlint blixxard. the i edged blizzard, Tbe loud-bowline blizzard fresh the North Pole. Lincoln Journal. I has not been a telegram received by the bill will be opposed by a strong IVino- oratlo filibuster that cannot prove oilier llinn successful at this lute period of the seattion, lVmocratic senators are also considering the advisability of calling conference on the amendment and making it a party measure. Wtdnssdav, February 13, Washington, Feb. 13. The senate today passed a bill giving the govern ment the right to appeal to the Su preme court for a construction of the constitutiouailty of any law involved in a criminal suit. This measure has been under consideration tor several days and was passed only after many amendments had been adopted at the suggest ion of senators who have criti cised the provisions of the bill. The Mstrlct of Columbia appropria tion bill, carrying nearly fll.UUO.OOO, was passed alter an hour's . considera tion. The bill eetabliehing an agricultural bank in the Philippines was taken up for consideration, but dltliculty was en countered because the Philippine tariff bill, which passed the house st the last session, was interposed as an amend ment by McCreary, of Kentucky. No action resulted. The first night session was held to night to consider private pension bills. Washington, Feb. 13. Headway w exquisite feeling of the Irish for tine hades of meaning. Tbe trouble lies In the ears that bear It 'If ye were to be killed crossing I fence yu'd be all right," said a looker tin to a fox-hunter whose bone hail turned bead over heels In the middle of s level pasture. "Hut ir ye were killed in tbe Out o' th' field ye'd ucvsr bold up your bud again!" A GRKAT SEED BOOK. from J300.000 Citfal Stack. ilQO.OOO StpwtedvHa hi. Dept. af Xtidiisaa UNITED STATES HEALTH & ACCIDENT INSURANCE COMPANY Of Saginaw. Michirao. WRlTf TODAY aiklnf about our popular one dollar saowth alaa that pari aertdental death and accident and siek indemnity. Giro se and occupation. All bulness on the PactSr Coast paid through the first NatMoal Bank of Partlaad. I. L 4LDRICH, Mgr. f eiftm Office 2W-2U lartiasj Hcf. rsrasM, tresis AUSTIN WELL DRILLS Made In an styles and a 1 ilu. art water and oil aarwhere. Mt Kruiliig Toola made. et cal. lossaadprlcea, BEALL 4 CO. S21 Hawthorne Ave. Portland, Or. P.N.U Mixed. When ministers exchange they usual ly preach old sermons, but. however, they generally look over tbe JIMS. carefully to see if the local points need alteration. A Somervllle preacher many years ago went to Andover to preach and neglected this simple precaution. In bis discourse was an allusion to tbe insane asylum at Somervllle, and. for getting for the moment t&at he was In Andover. be said: "Sooner than a child of mine should be subjected to such influences, I would be willing to have him confined In yon- uer institution." And the good man pointed dlrect'y st the AndoTer Theological Seminary. Boston Herald. Wroag Bfaa, wnne Dooly was holding court In Washington County, Georgia, a certain General Hanson came In and sat down at tbe side of tbe Judge, and began to tell him about the vast amounts of property he owned. "Stop Just a moment, general," said Dooly. "Mr. Sheriff, call in Jones, tbe receiver of tax returns." In s few moments that worthy ap peared. "Mr. Receiver," said the Judge, "come np nere snd make an Inventory of Gen eral Hanson's property. He had mis taken me lor you." Similar fno-. sine. members of this house from a business , made bmtay by the house in its cons id- :. i i i i ' i . ' .. . . - . .... eiation ol the naval appropriation bill, and more tlian half the bill perfected. A number of points Of order were made snd sustained against minor provisions in tbe bill. The appropriation for a steel floating drydock to coet not exeeedlngg 11,400, 000 was struck out of the bill on s point of onler, which was made by Jir. -Mann, oi Illinois. Nothlaa- Dolasr. It was an imposing building, but the resn with the square valise did not hesi tate. "Madam," he said to the matron who appeared, "I should like to show you a copy of our book. The Quiet Life,' which is mating such a "Sir," she interrupted, "this is an In. stitution for the deaf and dumb." Chi cago Tribune. concern or a commercial body which has not been prompted I v the railroads, and for one I refuse to be stampeded by their threats or deflected by their entreaties." General debate on the bill was not concluded when th house adjourned. Friday, February IS. Washington, Feb. 15. An agree ment to vote tomorrow on the confer ence report on the immigration bill( which includes the provision intended to settle the California Jupanese ques tion, was reached in the senate today as Uie result or an entire day of discus sion upon that measure. The principal speakers were Bacon and Tillman in opposition to what they regarded as an effort to prevent the South from getting a desirable cutss of immigrants. Tillman's remarks on the Japanese question brought a warning from Lodge that if they were continued he should move that the discussion proceed be hind closed doors. International re ferences were not made afterward by Tillman. Washington. Feb. 15. The house. iter a nigmy interesting oeDate, today parsed the naval appropriation bill, which carries in round numbers , 000,000. Burton of Ohio made an un successful effort to strike out the pro vision tor an additional battleship of the Dreadnaught type. An amendment bv Fors was adopted, limiting to 1800,000 each the cost of two torpedo boat destroyers authorized in the bill, exclusive of armament. Another amendment, also by Fobs, was sdopted, providing that, of the vessels authorized in last year's naval bill as well as in this year's, not more than one battleship and one torpedo boat destroyer or two torpedo boats shall be built by one contracting party. The postofiice appropriation bill was taken up under an agreement that gen eral debate ehould cease at 12 noon. Tuesday, February 12, Washington, Feb. 12. The senate occupied the day In argument ol the bill granting the government the right ,1rr"c railing or something of that kind." to take an appeal on points of law in Ferry's 1907 Sasd Annual Now Reads for Frss Distributloi Ferry's great Seed Hook Is now ready for distribution. This is the Ixxik Hint every farmer wants anil waits for. It tnnkra no difference what other rata Icym-a are revived, farmers are not sat isfied until they get Ferry's, because it contains Mtvrand fuller information. Ferry's Seed Annual, in fact, is really more than a catalogue. It differs from the usual seed cntalotige Inasmuch as It really helps each farmer or gardener to choose intelligently the varieties Ix-st suited to his particular need. The wise selection of varieties results In bigger, oelter paying crops. Hie ex perience gained in tlfty )eantuf success ful seed growing is thus at your com mand. For freshness, purity and reliability Ferry's Seed are in a class by them- tolviw. They are known all over the land, and farmers everywhere have mnfldenr in the name of Ferry, and know for a certainty that their seed n he relied upon. Ihev know tluit every p:tekai:e lias Udiind it the repu tntion of a house whoso buaiiie stand ards are the highest In the trade. Just tir.'p a postal to I). M. Ferry A Co., IVtmit, Mich., ami they wilt send you a copy of tholr l!K)7 feed Annual. It's alwolutely free. Will Da It Thew. "I travel on your road a good deal," said the ealler, "and I'd travel on It a EwJ d.-al oMcocr if it wasn't for Us barp curves." "What's lbs matter with tha enrrsaj" ked the eleratrd railway magnate. iney ought lo be profided with a The Yankee Nell). . There uovsr lived a more steady and persistent grumbler than Keubvn Hall. Not only the weather, tits state of his health and his crops furnished hliu with subjects, but tils most reasonable snd lenient laws which could lie con structed raised discontent lu Uvubvu's mind. "I dunno what they mean by telling fi.lks to curt their was: stuff over lo that dump at the end o' Grantham's Woods Instead o' leaving It In th l.tiwtou sul In r-bolo," h said, Indig nantly, cum day. "Huppoae the sullar bole docs show up front tlie road, what business has this town got to put u In Junction oil folks dumping stuff In 1IT "The town's bought the old Lawton place," said his neighbor, in the pacific tone people usually employed In ad' (Messing Mr. Hull. "And t thought rou were one of those that said 'twas an eyesore. lo you want to dump any o' your old Junk In there, Kvub, tidy ss you are!" "No, I don't wanter." said Mr. Hall, sullenly; "but I wanter have fits right In cam I wsnter, an' I wanter know why I haven't got It." ruts asm wttou daw r0 DINTUKNT Issuamile! loeur snr raf It-hltig, blind, bleeding of arotrudlng files In to U dajra at Mansr rolundsd.Ma, t'vmaiaeriiae of a Mwlortaf. We IhiIiI no brief for the motorist. the Itystandi-r says, but "honor where honor U due." On a country rond the other day we saw a motorist dclllwr sit ly avoid running over sn suliunl on the highway! To be eiui't. It was circus elephant. St. James Gazette, Mothers wfll Sad Mr. WlnsloVs "Juolhtna Sfrupia boslremsdv lo Uaa lot Uh4I nulij luring in iMUVlug (wilod. AaloaUhlait lariarwna. Musical Customer What a An old tnerimea you bars up there la that glass rasr! I It S rOradlvarlus? New rWlmman Ktraddy whatT flidi. mlslerl Ifcui't ou know a fiddl bea )ou see one 7 Skaaa kste Vr SlMaa Acer's Foot Ksm. A now.tor. II tnakas I'rk or new a Uo lr Mr. il Is a fwitain eure lu; wealing. rall.Hts and fc"l. tlr-l. a. hli tei HnM lr all I'mrgtai. I'tifS Tiil. aR.alll I-miS. AJdiaas Allen a. .lauii, UHoi, . York. No. 8-07 H BEX writing to adTcrUsors plaaaa m.nK... .1.1. ' Strlctlr Baalncaa. "The graxpin'est man I ever knowed " said Uncle Jerry Peebles, "was sn old chap named Snoopins. Somebody told him once that when he breathed be took In oxygen and gave out carbon. He spent a wnoie aay iryin' to find out which nt them two gases cost the most if yon bar to buy 'em. He wanted to know whether he was makln' or losln' money when he breathed. Chicago Tribune. Thnrsdsy, February 14. Washington, Feb. 14. The naval appropriation bill occupied the entire time ol the bouse today, and it was al most completed. The single remaining section ia that increasing the naval es tablishment. It was allowed to go over until tomorrow, when It is expect ed an effort will be made to reduce the number of battleships provided for in criminal cases. No action was taken on the measure. The District of Columbia appropria tion bill, carrying $10,724,623, an in crease of Is7,2t)8 over the amount as passed by the house, was taken up snd notice has been given that the bill will be put on its passage tomorrow. Washington, Feb. 12. After the passage of a number of bills under unanimous consent the bouse toilay re solved itself into committee of the whols to consider the naval appropria tion bill. A number of recommenda tions of the naval appropriations com mittee were eliminated on point of I order, i he army appropriation bill, the fortifications appropriations bill ami wie omiiiuo lighthouse bill were sent to conference. The naval appropriation bill was con sidered by sections under the flve- nilnute rule. What for?" "So a train couldn't roa off the track when it gors whlzilng and grinding around one of them, and fall lo th street below." "You're nerer heard of that happening, hsvs you?" "No not yet." "WpII. when It do haptu-n we'll put something around tboso curre. Good "lay." Chicago Tribune. io cunt a coidIn ONf oav Take I.AX ATIVK IIKOMO (jl'IMNg Tahleu Prugirtau refund monvr ' l fall lo cur. K, W QHOVK'S ilgna'.ure lion earn Iwz. Mc. Had Not Olimtfl It. "If such hard work to ta!k through tbi telcpbou!" eiclalmed Mm. High muz "1 hadn't noticed that," wild Mr. High mtis, who had been listening rntlontlr for fir minutes at lh other end of ihe wlr. "It may b a lltll hard to bear th'ough, my dear, but It doesn't acetn to bare In terfered with th How of four cuuierau-tlon." Ik rialcwrwrr. v Hard linos these errswi wf First Million I tints. Second Millionaire Tea; our rela tive are walling for us to dl to gel our uxm.-y. ami the rest of the world doran t want to wait that Ion.-. New York Sun. Is It Your Own Hair? Do you pin your hit to your own hilr? Can't do It? Htvcn't enough hair? Iimust be you do not know Ayer'i HalrVl.orl Here'imlniro. ductlonl Miy the acquaint ance result In i heavy growth of rich, thick, glossy hair t And we know you'll never be gray, I iMsk thai Hair Ytr la iha wni,terfMi hatrfiMr t,a .,r Ma.ta j ka a II ti'f tMS lima ami I fultr f th I ata r flea.xl silk 11. hMrt'illv i"-nir.ti II a rlHtit ataaal A auu jnLu Serf.O. SrwefN,, twl, gw Aw HvtMirar af f tUMAPAULLa. mis. (ol Sir rKTtKAl. iers Seecfs prove their worth si hirrrat time. After over fifty yrartof success, ther are prtHiounctd ' th best anil suteat by careful Slsntsrs eserywhei. Your ealrr sells litem. 1907 S4 Aoaoal free on request, sv is. r s aa r s) c inmh, ak. Oe. V'tie faa(- aad all Narvnai foe- MPM p-.fmiailr ,-Mmd kr I'r. Kltae'e r.a r, Ib-urvt. Mnl s f HKS. tZltiAi b.4tu traaiiaa, li. u. ILkiia.lk.aal A,cb -, -bua.l'e. Seattle Fair Bill Must Walt. Washington, Feb. 12. Senator Pile today attemptel to call up rlenator An keny's bill appropriating 700,000 for government buildings and exhibits at J the N-attle exptstitlon, but was unsuc cessful. He has hopes of passing the bill through the senate later tills week, but it Is understood no attempt will be made to have It acted on by the house oetore next winter. Washington, Feb. 16 The Navy de partment was informed today bv cable I that tbe cruiser Chicago liad arrived at Acajutla, Salvador, whither she had been sent from Magdalena boy to look after American Interests during the ex isting friction between Nicaragua and Honduras. The vessel will be kept within rea:h of cable connection with Of Interest to Women. F.rery woman nitturnllyalioubl be healthy mil atrong, but a irrtat many women, unl..rtiir at.-ly. are mil, owing to the tin nutiirni coimitiun of too live we I ad. tli.-sla be, backache and a gencrul lir.d condition are prevail nt siiiotigut Hie women of todny ami .. re'iove the... condition women rush to tbt iriiKKlat to- a bntll ! sums pr pwaito t stipp -.l to be .rtlciiliirly for them, a id . ..utniti. ing nolssly knows what. Ir ilu-y woultl lut get alt. i of llriiiidn-tli's I'll-, ami inks tin-in n-g ilarlv every night f.irs lime all their trouble would diapH-iir, sa thi-.e pills r ulate lbs organs of lb-; fciniinnc ystein. The s nio dose bus tfis amr on ct, no matter lot w hint Hiev are used llrandreib's I'ills h vt Wit in use fm ver a iriiiiiry aim srtt sow in every cuaietl, Hrallall. Crltlck Yes, r .tuber I home from his trip to ttw Ibaky mountain. He put In most of bl thus making sketchr of tls mountain pvaks. He snowed me a lot of tlicni. Actim How were they 7 NattiraH frtlt.lt Well, they're o rulnly rocky. rhlladelohla I'r.. Oeafnvas Caaswt Its CrJ bv local aoiilt.-ail.ana u I ...... . u W .w. dlai.l ...rtl..iil u.eear. Iteia I. .,..1. ,.(, , war 'oeura tli-a iwu, attd lhat la . t..i..tltu- ' tl.mal rniKliea lati la rauar.l .t an lo- i rum.. I e.tniition ol tlie munni iiuius ..I Ida fcilaUctllan Tula. hen ll,l, U: laioflamad ' . u u.y. a rum 1.11ns iund ur lini(M i hear- i lug, and when II u ouif ! el.w.f, ixalneM Is lh. ruault. and tinlex iha (iiftammstiua ran l out an.l ihia tulw i i.et.l l.. li. noraial ; oii.lllt..n, bearing il u .l-itroy..! l.-nnr: , ulioraaaaoutol ten ra rau4 br aiarrn. ' hlPh la notlilns bul an Inuatuad cuadliloa il Ibvuiucouaauriacea i will giro On. llnn.lre-l Dollars for aitf eaaaol ialnra tratiM.1 I.) ralarrhl lhat tut- I n..t lrtir-l by Hall's tstarih i lire, Ik a a lot eircuksri. Irw. Sot.l bjr lnu(.ia, jv, tiail'a laiolij l ilts are Iks beat. When you buy WET WEATHER CLOTHINO you want tompbts protection And long ervlco. Thess) and pany Other tjood points sr combined In TOWER'S nM tJUAStO 0HXD CLOTrlTNG lou carrt afford ' to buy ny other Jorixl DR. C. GEE WO Voaftrful Hoai Tf8ala3l tHta w4oM CM. ae-ai lkM,. u eii r- al awri aa e..e t..-l wttlMMtl ntw t .Hi tal an. s van 11 l 4I. IU k ltH-a VI.Mt4a,fiAi t kb S-a kvO'S Mt . k-xla, baraa u4 v,raAtr 'i.4i ar Mithif at. SfrrtkH la 'ti'al t-b n.a ia id a turn it lltoiu u. u ol o k.nt.arm.u. lk'ali..ai4in awa ummt Mtnar.ft44.inoi na.nl, a. kelMaaer.., I? a 4i,a.aa, ha (.i.a eraiue Nn!ae.h,.hsu,l.,Uira lb uuui .n. H .,.,, tut, I la ku-tfa-ta af MIIIMIU I harrM d"l. t all a. M bl.n, a tenia i . tl . c. S e ki i a aMl etr slai. O-aa ttan.k. U.Mat'l TATIUK MSta A.ktrMta The C. O Wo Chiook kWdkln Co. 1 H i riraf St, 1 1. Cor. UarrlaM Haauua ipor r-n'ird. Illalorr. nalem bad juat Oeataalaaa tog Th good beople it burned another winb. "Recording lo th census," they said, "tbero are tuo many women In Massachu setts, anyway." In order to tusks show of being Im partial, howerer. Iliey looked around for Wizard Iturbank. but ha bad raped to t'allfornla. cine sturu, plain or siigar- A Thar Impreaard Her. Little Kitty, who bad hiipiiciied to be the department for a few days, ready to lm 01"' 0,16 at n"ln0 when the sfrnn meet any demands upon her. iMwvtvw: Sana is nan V, cm D .nj J to deceive you la this. tJmuLaS SSS. c What is CASTORIA Castoria is a liarmless substitute for Castor Oil. Par, gorlc, Urops and boothlnp Syrups. It te 1'leaHantL it contains neither Opium, Slohlne nor other arotlo 8S. i?1818 teswute. It destroys and allays Feverinhness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. It relieves Teethinjr Troubles, cures CoiiitinaVi and Flatulency. It mMHlMSlMtVSiiS The Children's Panacea The Mother'a FrhM.di p The Kind You Have Always Bought Congress Leaders to Help. Washington, Feb. 13. That Die San Francisco school question will be set tled is the general opinion in official ciroels. Jlayor Schmitg and his asuo- ciates received a message from the pres. ident saying he d(!sirel to confer with them today at 2:45 o'.clwk. Becretury Boot hal a long conference with Speak er Cannon and while both declined to talk, It is the general belief that the Japanese school question was discuss ed. It is admitted that communica tions have tan exchanged between tlie Japanese arnbacsador and Moot. i Eight Hours for Canal. Washington, Feb. 12. Chairman Shonta, Secretary Taft and It. It. Ko. I ers. general ooiinm-l for ilio Tutl.mUn Canal commossion, were liefore the house committee on interstate and for eign commerce today ,Wr. Kogcrs and flir. lart rjoth stated that the eight hour law would apply on the isthmus under the proposed contract. When Mr Itogers was asked what the total amount kpmbably would be on which ine contractor would receive nor centage, he said he had made no estl- I mate. New Santo Domingo Treaty. Washington, Feb. 13. The presi dent toilay sent to the senate the new treaty with the repubplio of Banto Do mingo relative to the revenues of thut country. It sets forth In the preamble 1 1. r.. ... , t. .. t:.. ... . i i . , ...v iiKu craiuu iuiuiiigtr nits entered upon an agreement with her creditos which is made contingent npon tne tact that this County shall collect the money and It is then agned that the president of the United Htatos shall ap point, a reprosenumve oi tne govern ment as receiver general to take charge of all the funds collected. Iters calle.1, was trying to describe tliem. "One of 'em was a good deal younger than the other," she wild, "and he's the one that did the talking. He wanted to know when you'd tie back." "How did he lookr asked her fath er. "Did be have any beard?" "No; he was barefaced." "How bout the older man? Was he barefaced, too?" "Kind o'," said Kitty, remembering nis snnggy brown beard J "only he was grizzly bear faced. DON'T DESPAIR. - s" -" jrr.mMKiw,uim r-anef. Uai lor -Jf V?, aCJicstu'TS Todar ' ' Kartli.jtta ..ttr i ' l.reli.l.N 1'abllBlir.l mvpi HI t para I ISO. bill lr. 1-lei,-'. iaiiK.na ftarirl n.k. and trvaaaa u.r l II lH I'lKHI K sfwiN, 7 Clie.liiut HI., Alaltteila. t si. Kih.i ihia fur ol.., ei,,e. ( - "" WHERE TO BUY A PIANO Whui atisrnian. Clay t r't,nMny, lh nbl I'acine I .i I'lann IIuum-. lilel, baa been duliia bu,n.a al tba e..ttief ol Ke.,i,..( and Sutler .mo. sau fian rl. fr .i.e. il.irir Ova an, i,ur. rlta.Hl iit l-ian-i bitnra ol ilia Alln a lillbat l Kamaarr I ... it a a. rvsrr xbetn a.tinii.i mat li tha iu,i Hsnlll. aiu irlicu.. rver at,i,,,n. e. '"iicrtning "" uaio bualnma ol lb 1'aeinc Ni.rlltweat, ltr..Ttanl, in. an." Hhcrtnan Clay I ..h,,., i,, aia ail Six.kii aa a taun. ii. reiiui, . srm, ih ,,v , int.. .ilrr).tem kva.j Clan.. I. mark. I III I'laln llanina. A child ran bur a in. in sficrinaii I'Uv x r..........u )"! " 'alel) a. ran a aiai nal..i,aii.i at ti... aatn.. in,f l.f , faelne ai as.'tiia fur iha lam.nu siHnoar .lli... alan man. other .toti.lai.l inakea net, aa iha Knal. Crrrnti, Max.nA llamllli llai-ltiiall. A II I ha.e rlarlmr. rai kaol. I ..ii.t.itr. I.tiilulg, k In.r.hnrr, kaley. fcl..i,r..n, Sterling, nngiM, llillltlllijrKitl kn.l MainlclH.ihn. Ala.) K.l.t), l-nekat.l ami rhl.aj.i (oli.. Jitgaiia piano l-lajei, a. 'Mo, Ulk. Ins Mai'ltlnva. When yon v I.I l I'rtritan.r Wi..tkan, Tseutna, rallle, Kiaiell, flel.lnghain or San rrsnel.t i., ym, ahniitd rail and lint 1-ia.n.ua e.l, il, n... i by Mliiirmaii, f lay A i'.i. I heir I'.ittlaitd at.ita la .i loile tlm t.,iinca, si ill, and Morrl s..u iiruota. I'laic. Besd the Experience of a Mlnnssoti Womsn and Tsks Hesrt. 8ays Town Firsd on Hospital. If yeur bock aefies. and vi-.it 1tn s.lir Washington, Feb. 12. The "shoot- languid, weak and miserable day after if i,r," 4 Ite.e.,...!!!. ..... I- ,1... I I .1. .. . .. ' uny nori i worry. Bears the Signature of X7 In Use For Over 30 Years. satrraua MMn, r auaaa, araarr. Favors Leasing the Range. Washington, Feb. 13. Without con. tinuing Us hearing unon the Ilnrkett amondtnent to the agicultural appopri atlon bill providing for the leasing of the public grazing lands, the senate committee agreed to adopt the amend ment. Several amendments to the Iiur kett proposition were adopted however, designed to protect the intercuts of the homesteaders. The nollcv outlined. which Is favored by the nresldent. ura ageed upon by s bare majority. Ing up" of Brownsville was in the form of an attack on the garrison at Fort Brown, according to the testimony giv en Uxlay by Mingo Sanders, ex-flrst sergeant of Company B, of the Twenty fifth infantry, renders said that, while he was running from his quarters to Company B barracks, after being awak ened by firing on the night of August 13, the shooting was going on, and it came from the town and was to ward the hospital on the military reservation. Doun's Kidney have cured thousands of women in the siiine condition, Mrs, A. Kidman, of HUH wat er, Minn., says: "But lor Doan's Kidney Tills I would not be living now. They cured me In 18TO and I've been wull I used to have such pain In my bank that once 1 fainted. The kl,lt. ....... Berry Fsvors Excluding 8moot. tlons Were much disordered, and I a Washington, Feb. 12 Berrv. of Ar- o far gone that I was thoiiiiht to b ,.t kansas, addressed the senate yesterday death's door. Since Dfsn's Kidney Uccjii in opposition to Hmoot's retention of his seat. Berry disclaimed any politi cal or religions prejudice which might contribute to his opposition.- He con fined his argument primarily to a dis cussion of the constitutional power of the seriate to expel Hmoot, holding thut any senator "could be excluded by I'ills cured me I feci as If I had pulled back from the tomb.' Hold by all dcalors. 50 cents a box FosU-r-Mllburn Co., Buffalo, N, Y. Harvesting Dollars Is possible if the seed bo Judlclonsly planted. Ui.tlJu'ti'.8 mTl' Cl"m,U, '""''"""'grated beyond . doubt and Alberts lle1 w h(llt., Krown Hron,e medal, at the I'ortlainl l-xpositlon. II I MlLu J!' hl.?',,,,"B Jtea,tofCal. Knry, Alberta, which they aro wiling Ht from U to llfi or .ere for non.lrrigahlo and lis to ,25 p., ai r. fr IrrlgahL. ' The hi. l,,V?h" 'W per acrs .,! upwarl. certain ss the harvesting of coreals. liuZZVZ'T1 ' r"'1 1011,9 below for literature fully describing the opportunity of the ago. The Canadian Pacific Irrigation Colonization Company, Ltd. KAira Jrl Avenue West, Calgary, Alberta, Canada. SAirS DCPARIMtNT, CANADIAN PAC.f.C RAILWAY, IHHIOArCD IAN0S B aura to mcntlan this aspir avhan writing. I I PUTNAM FADELESS nYFq Color mar. good brl.hl., and f.r coo,, ,h. . O O VJ Y Cm O runranUtad ia mi - " e ,o I or a man any olhre n - saaa S mmm 'majority vote of the members of that Color mar. good brl.hu, an4 f.r co)o " U I ",orJ.,',. wool and rolton aually wall and t "! far lis Duokiat aow lo ora.