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MANY MEN IN PUBLIC LIFE. HAVE THEIR "DOUBLES." A MID WINTER VERDICT. Retemblanc So Striking That Queer Mistakes Art Frequent Among Statesmen and Officials at the National Capital. Striking facial rest-tnblances of men In public llfo and In official circles In this city are frequently commented upon. There arc three men widely known whoHo utmllarlty of face and form is ro Rlrlklng, says the Washing ton Star, that queer mistakes of Iden tity are experienced every now and then. The resemblance of the president to his distinguished secretary of the navy and attorney general, Mr. Moody, has always been the subject of remark and now and then of humorous mis takes. Now that Mr. Moody hna been elevated or at leant transferred to the Kiiprenie court of the t'nlted States be hus conio across another double in the person of James Mahcr, clerk of the supreme court. - The resemblance of Senators Al drlrh and Foraker is also RtrlkliiB. If Mr. Korakers well covered head were matched by the hirsute adornment of Mr. Aldrich the resemblance would bo complete. Hut standing side by side they appear as brothers and their sim ilarity Ih frequently commented upon. Now und then Representative Adin II. Capron of Hhode Island wanders over to the senate end of the capitol. and whenever he does so lie gives a shock to some one who upon seeing him Is startled at his striking re semblance to tho late Senator Quay of Pennsylvania. He Is more robust in appearance than his prototype from Pennsylvania and much younger. Hut the resemblance was always striking. Two senators stand as competitors in the degree of their resemblance to the pictures of a widely advertised doctor, the virtues of whose remedies are announced in the public prints In connection with a picture of the doc tor in an attitude of attention with uplifted hand admonishing tho sick. These senators are Clay of Georgia und La Follette of Wisconsin. They tire enough alike to be bt others were it not for the fact that one Is of the most generous build, whll the other is; below tho average height, lloth wear their hair pompadour and both can defy the senate when they make up their minds to. Senator Carter, of Montana and Representative Livingston are rivals l.i the role of replicas of I'ncle Sam. When Livingston went to Venezuela some years ago to observe conditions there he was warmly received by the l.cople who knew the United States chiefly by having seen pictures of Uncle Sam. When they saw Living ston they declared that he was I'ncle Sura personilied, and some of them be lieve him to be the owner of the United States. Either Carter or Liv ingston could pass anywhere as the prototype of the typical I'ncle Sam without adding any stage parapher nalia. The likeness between Senator Cut iom and Speaker Cannon is also fre quently remarked, and Mr. Cullom's resemblance to the venerated Lincoln has been commented upon ever since the two knew each other in the stir ling days of the Wi. Representative Lacey and the Into Senator Alger were strikingly alike. Whenever Mr. Lacey visited the sen ate and sat on the divans at the rear uf the chumber back of the desk ol (he Michigan senator the rescmblancu between the two was remarked by peo. pie iu the galleries. Since Senaator Du Pout of Dela ware, the bead of the great powder company, took the oath of oMlee he has been mistaken on many occasions lor Admiral Schley. Not long ugo his right to the floor was questioned by some visitors, who declared that they I. new no reason why Admiral Schley .should be on the floor, and they final ly accounted for his presence there be cause of his having received by name the thanks of congress. Later they leal neil their mistake. "Bright Sunshine All Winter," Is What a Western Canada Lady Says. Maidstone, Sask., Canada, Feb. 4, 1907. C. J. Rroughton, Esq., Canadian Government Agent, Chicago, 111. Dear Sir: Being so well pleased with Canada we wish my father and brother to come here. Will you please send them reading matter on Canada. We have been here nearly a year and are delighted with this country. We have lived in Illinois, Iowa, and Michigan and we find Canada away ahead of any of them. We havo had bright sunshine all winter so far, only two nice, easy snow Btorms. If It was not all right you know I would not want my father and brother to come here, but we think it is grand. Yours truly, (Signed) MRS. ED. TROUPE. Senator's Wife Skillful Harpist. When Mr. W. A. Clarke, w ife of the Montana senator, entertcins In their Massachusetts avenue home Mrs. Clark gives her guests a genuine treat In a harp recital. She is a cultured musician, especially skillful on the burp. Clover & Grass Seeds. Everybody loves lots and lots of Clover tiniKH" lor nogs, cows, blici-p una KUine. Queer Objection to Phonograph. "Talk about scientific revelations." remarked a V street mnn to his neigh bor In a Fourteenth street car the other du, "but I think a certain lady who lives In an adjoining Hat to me has the very latest in the remarkable discovery that second-hand sound waves have u marked effect upon the sensibilities of marine life. It hap pened this way: A party who lives ueross the hall from the lady was en teitainlng a company of friends the oilier evening and had set his new phonograph In action. The last blar lug notes of 'Waiting at the Church"' were dying away when a ring and tap ping at the door was heard. The sum moiis was answered, and there stood the scientific woman in question. 'I must ask you to stop pluving that phonograph, ' she said, 'it disturbs my goldfish. Washington Star. Failing of the Turkey. "Of course, I had plenty of good things to eat during the holidays at home in Mississippi," said Representa tlve Cutidler to a group of friends "and whenever 1 eat turkey I urn re minded of what the late (iov. McNutt used to ,ay about the bird. McNutt was a great eater. One day some friends were discussing the meriti ol the turkey as fond, when McNutt said: ''I think I am a pretty fair judge ol good things to eat from 'possum and taters to terrapin and champagne hut I confess 1 don't go very heavy on .ill key. it Is such an inconvenient hind of bird just a little too much foi jne man and net near enough tut ivvu.' " PUTNAM FADELESS DYF.S do not Stain t lie li.iiiila or Mint the kettle, eicept green und purple. 10c per puikugc. Fault finding eventually results la a disposition toward selfishness. Mr. Wlnalow'a Hoot hint; Hveup. Tft ctilitlrm fptbiwr, .often, tha aum., rMluca a aamwauoD,allarapaiQ,cura wlodcollu. -. ttutlia. It Is hard to form a correct opinion of others on what Is said about them. Garfield Ten Ima Iwen famous for years na n remedy for constipation, liver mid kidney if-ac. (iuarutitvcd under the Pure Food Law-. Re fit for more than you are now doing. Garfield. riLce rvHT.o in to i pit. PAO uINTMKNT I cuaranterxl la earn an. r-aaa nf Itch na, III. nil. Kifcdinif nr l'mtr.idlii( filaa ID ttio 14 dayaur muoey roluudeil. Mo. All thy virtue dictates, dare to do. Mason. Catarrh Cannot Be Cured With LOCAL APPLICATION. Ih'T 'ann.rt rae the .eat of the dMea.tt. Catarrh In a ulntil tir cmitl tullmial dt'ra.e, aud In nrritr tut-it re It you niu.l take Internal renie.llea. Ilall'a catarrh Cure la takrn In ternal!?, and aria direrry on M blo.id and mneoM. eurfcf. Uall'a Catarrh Cure la di aquaek meill rlno. 1 1 an nrcaortlir-d by nnn of I lie hem pliratt-laua In thla country fr yeari and la a regular prc.rriptlon. It 1i eninpofted of the let tonlra knnft-n. ronililned arlihiha let blood punflrr. actinic directly on the nuicoua aurfarca. The perfect combination of the two Intfredlenta It what produce auch wonderful re Bulla in curing- catarrh, send for te.ttimmlai. free. 1'. .1. t HKNKY Co., Propa., Toledo, O Bold nv llriialHt. price 7V. Take Uall'a 1 aiulij l'lut toreontttpattoo. IPP! - - - I We nre know n m the largest growers of Cranses, Clovers, Out., Harley, Com, I'o tatom and Farm Seeds iu America. Oper ate over 5,000 acres. FUE8 , Our mammoth 14S page catalog ia mailed free to ull intending buyers; or send 8U IN STAMPS and receive amide of "perfect balance ra tion grasn seed," together with Fodder 1'l.int x. ("lover, etc., etc., and big I'lant untl Seed Catalog free. lohn A. Salzer Seed Co., Bos W, La Crosse, Wis. The king of the Belgians Is said to be fonder of traveling about incog nito than any other Kuropean mon arch, and indulges this propensity to the fullest. Important to Mothers. Examine carefully eyery bottle of CASTOR1A. aaafeand an re remedy for lufanti and children. and ace that It Bear the Signature of la TJaO For Oyer 30 Yeara. The Kind You llave Alwa;a Bougut. CASE OF BEFORE AND AFTER. Or, What Happens to Voters Whe Bother Congressmen. "Certainly, old man," said tho can didate, as he slapped the voter on the back, "you see that the boys send me to Washington aud then come down and look for an office." So in due time the candidate reached congress and the voter ar rived with his card. "I have come down to look for'ai office." announced tho voter. "Oh, you are looking for an office," exclaimed the congressman, as he glanced up from a mountain of docu ments. "Well, my dear man, what kind of an office are you looking for? The post office, the patent ofllce, the weather office, the " "No, I" "Oh, well, sir, If it Is none of those offices I really haven't the time to direct yon. In fact, sir, I would have you understand that 1 am no guide to Washington, anyway. Go out and ask a policeman." And then the busy congressman closed the door and proceeded to for get the voter until election day. Chi cago Daily News. David Delasco drinks an occasional cup of black coffee while at work. The noted playwright has been known to toil steadily at his desk for 20 hours at a stretch, taking nothing but strong coffee a large cup every aeo ODd or third hour. THE WHOLE FAMILY. Mother Finds a Food for Grown-Ups and Children as Well. Food that can ho eaten with relish and benefit by the children as well as the older members of tho family, makes a pleasant household commod ity. Such a food Is Grape-Nuts. It not only agrees with and builds tip chil dren, but older persons who, from bad habits of eating, huve become? dyspep tic. A Phlla. lady, after being benefited herself persuaded her husband to try Grape-Nuts for stomach trouble. She writes: "About eight years ago I hail a se vere attack of congestion of stomach and bowels. From that time on, I had to bo careful about euting, as nearly every kind of food then known to me, seemed to cause pain. "Four year3 ago I commenced to use Grape-Nuts. I grew stronger and better, and from that time I seldom have been without it; have gained in health and strength and am now heav ier than I ever was. "My husband was also In a bad con dition his stomach became so weak that he could cat hardly anything with comfort. I got htm to try Grape, nuts, nnd ho soon found his stomach trouble had disappeared. "My girl nnd boy, 8 and 9 years old, do not want anything else for break fast but Grape-Nuts, and more healthy children cannot be found " Name given by Fnstum Co., llattlo Creek, Mich. Head the little booklet. "The Head to Wcllvilie," lc jiksa, "Tberoa reason." "She has a .ne mind, hasn't she?" "Remarkable. One of those minds that, when you aro with her, you can't decide which makes you tho more happy to listen, or to realize that you are not married to her." Life. STOP WOMAN AND CONSIDER SIGH HEADACHE First, that almost every ope ration In our hospitals, performed upon women, becomes necessary because of neglect of such symptoms as llackaclie, Irregulurities, Displace ments, Pain iu the Side, Drugging Sensations, Dizziness aud Sleepless ness. Second, that T.ydia E. rinkham s Vegetable Compound, lmiile from native roots und herbs, has cured more canes of female ills than antf other one medicine known. It rcg ulates. strengthens nnd restores women's beuUli nnd is invaluable in preparing wumcu for child-birth and during the period of Change of Life. Third, the prcat volume of unsolicited mid grateful testimonial on file ut the l'inklinm Laboratory ut Lynn. Mass.. tunny of which Hre from time to time beinfr published lv seeial permission, give absolute evi dence of the value of l.ydia K. I'iul.haui's Vegetable Compound aud Mrs. rinkhuui's udvice. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound For more than 30 year lias been cnrlnpj Vemnle Complaints, such lis Dragging Sensations, Weak liack. Fulling anil Di-.plne-cn.cnt, In flammation and rifcrntion, nnd Organic Diseases, uud it dissolves and expels Tumors at an curly Mage. Mrs. Pinkham's Standing Invitation to Women Women BufTerinfr from nny form of female weakness nre invited to Trite Mrs. l'mUluiui, T.ynn, Mas, foriulviee. She is the Mr. I 'int ham who has been lulvisiny sielc women free of charge for more tluin twenty years, and before that she assisted lv-r luothcr-in-lnw, I.ydirt V- rink ham in advising. Thus she especially well fiu:itil1t-l to guide sick women hack to licaUh. Write today, don tvvait until tnuluti The Edison Phonograph Amuses tverybodv Irue-nt -rowii no quickly ut ft n K J t n n rhot.ner.ipu. Nothing imyn fo ri to thftr Utnti o inm-h in Edinoa J'hnii ojrraph. Tint wod-lrrful In trumfni. In vcntrtl ft il Bmimfartarrd by 1 hum a A. Krfioon. in hm own fut'torw tt OrnhaTf-. N. J rfprit1u'-M CTrry unnnilprrfr-riljr. V. tni.ko rtvor.lnitf ft) I t.iopnnr1mn"ic tfll.o wnrM- I if hi mvl lively . t-in-rr-il nnd .Mint Nrw rtmrtl- i.r lMIl fVff nititllh. 11 1 Via lttltyT:t t( H III. 'ltt It In your home va ill haven iiI;,t.i im n of ftmupfnifiit not only for ytnim lf. !mt fur jt ut Riit-Hte It tn n upli ml In ihiin fir rhur. li f.iir ;iim ri.tsrtainfm-Titr.of nil k iiitf It n r f iii..lr..w a crow'l, ami it rnniT lu.w to ainuf-r th.it m wtl Dealers Wanted In I. very Tow n where we tve tio ..on-W. Ifvon a Mon l any k!n1, IHi.u' aiiytlntiir li.it mt. vvt i u aM to your i totltH (y t.ikiti; tho nk. ni t Kdiiiin riionittf -Th- If ' urn lni-rttni. writ' tn-.Ut .r fti'l t rni ..!.! p..rt1.-uUr--, :u i Mart to tnHke more litem v nt mi . 'l't i- llr t quiry fr.-m your town, if tht-re H t o irit'i there, will ttp tlrt om roimnU'rut, fti)ft, t delay. Wrlto to day. N-TIOAI, I'HCNOGR 4111 ( O. 83 IjtkrialtJr Aenu , (Irnnne, N. J NEW WHEAT LANDS IN THE CANADIAN V.'LST Posltlrelr estred by these. Little mis. Tliey also rellero lJ! IaaiaaB 1 tress iron iryspcpsia. in 1 JITTLE I ateestlon and Too Hearty 1 II W FT D lEtitUisr. A perfect rem I I I V aWia I edy lor Dizziness, Xausei I I PILL Sa I Drowsiness, Dad Taato J lf- I 19 Month, Coatt f ' 'I Tonfrue,PalnlnthePlde, ! I TORPID LIVER. TLKJ regulate the Dowels. Purely Veg-etable. SMALL PILL SMALL DOSE. SMALL PRICE CARTERS TThTTlE lflVER Genuina Must Bear Fac-Simile Signature - REFUSE SUBSTITUTES. rtJ I Kls I DON'T DELAY TO APPLY FOR PATENT Bonil for FHKK IIIMIKI.F.T and Irani hT. Mll.ll II.HTK.KNH A CO.. W0 lltll M . Ws-ii-lnictnn. I. (?. UraucUaaat i'lilcairii,pvf-lanil anil IN-Irult. KsT Alll.lhllKI) M4. NO PATENT. NO FEE FOR OUR SERVICES 640 ACRE HOMESTEADS IN NEBRASKA WHY PAY RENT, WHEN YOU CAN GET A FARM OF YOUR OWN ? Sixteen counties in Western Xcliraska, nloni; tin lines of tli Uurlinuton Kotite contain ivc liium-stead lands that may lie i-ntercd under tin; provisions of lh; Kinkaid O40 arte llonie ti'ud Law. IVrsonally conducted excursions to set- these lands l!i- first iind third Tuesdays of raclt numtli. NEW FOLDER FREE. Writ- today for our now folder, with larjr- map, di sci iliint; tht- hoiiw stead lands alonu the liurlinnton Koute. c nnn n.i.iii i,ni.i 'UUU cl t.nlttav IH'i I "J Lia- UIV IVOUl I1.IM- I'lTIIM l' .1 fIlJJ,lSfePVf 1 liiT; Iv 1111 li-.l-. .1 i;t.- HIM C IlllMIH ' I" I 1M-. lUMirtl.l ..M. SIXTV ACKi:S I K 1 : K In rmy w ttm THE COUNTRY HAS HO SUPERIOR t"o wotxl ami wntrr in niMitMlnn,': t Inif. I nnil s litwili C'tivrnn' iU . nifii k-ts r.tsy i-t ;i. ' s- , tHktH luw : i It mill I r ltt in t In tn.tt lni n t in -prrate ni l,w mul itti pn x r li i. l ul flit vti r nnd 111 let tn.it it'll ii-Mi rv. I tu M'TKIUN I I'MHA l ill' IMMIi,KIH iN, ( tut .11 la, r any nutluriri Cui-mltaiii Cuvnnmriil ARint. i. S. CRAWFORD. No. 125 W. Ninth Sir..t, Kuiat City. Minouri. A t a .11111 IIUIIIIII -Hoiiil- aunr m ilt". Ir.litf.,f. t....k ..,,-r "ir .! Wrltf. (,r rulnlvii, KIII'l-, llffllXUMI niHI It M kill., llal.Ha ..... Dwiggir..- Lifetime cualily Fences ,3 a'fl.-iili li- i.... If .,ll. - I . I . li- .,..1 I,,..,,. '. D. CLEM DEAVER, General Agent, Landseekers Information Bureau, 1004D Farnam Street, Omaha, Nebraska. I I ESaataaSBBBBBBMSaBB9 In 11 ItlO I VIM WHahlni.-t.m, I: . buccefiillr Prosettile-i Cl.Tlnm. Lain lrlni'lial t.amltuT l . h. I'i n.l.ui iH.rt Mii. DEFIAMCE Cold Water Starch mukri liMiLdry woi it u uH-aMiru 10 u. i k, . tikv SAUK 25 ounces for 25 cents The original 23 ounce can. Others have copied the can, but K C quality 51 1 1 i j nas never Deen cquaicu at any price. W. L. DOUGLAS DEBT IN Tllli WORLD $3.00 AND $3.50 SHOES W. L. DOUGIAS 14.00 GILT EDGE 8H0tS CaNNOI BE EQUAUEO AT ANV PRICE. SHOES FOR EVERYBODY AT Alt PRICES I Mtn .Kliom. to I.IHl. Il,- Slinra. m i lo HI i.l. M i.kii ' Hhm.a. (14 10 til.Ail. Mlaaa' A hlliln-ii'a Miw.,l.'.'n lo at I. (Mi W.I,. 1 oii hit sliix-a urn rii'iiuiiil hy fiprrt jiii);CH nf Iihii wi 9 be tlie (ni in aiyio, in uini wi-ur pmhik r.i in tins i innitrv. I. imrt of tlin kIiiw uiul evory ili't.nl of tlin inuktni; U Iih.IiiiiI uflrr a m imp -j JAQ'JtS MFG. CO. uucago ID1I FS NO MONEY TILL CURED I at Jl laatataal bJ DBii TrIOBNTO MIW0B-io"0a 3t.KI . sta roa ratt iuu t.utlm o b,uu Diu3u With Huu Po iuii Mi. CuatD KmA3CITY W0 (. wt a. M t..i j ami witli'licil over ly akllli'il aliurtnuki'rs, willninl ri'i'itnl I" limn or cost. If 1 cinild I alio ou lino my 1 .1 rt-- f.nl.ini ml llroi'kton. Mass., ami nliow ymi Imw cari-l nil v S . I.. 1 i.nii-l ih 1 hIiih'h :trn uiit'li-, ymi wuulii lin n nii.li'iMainl liy lln v Imlil tln ir hluir, lit I ,-l 1 1 1 iviMr loiiK'T. uiul urn nr crc:it,'r vulux than nny ol in-r iMiik. s. V. I,. Ili.liala 'lamp ultil .ni-r I. .tmniil iki lltr li..itiim, m In.-ti ii,,.l,-.-l. Ilio wt-.r.-r apalfi.l t . a-1. ItrxH'. ami interior .li.''. 'I'll..' ". aiiilialllulf-. N' lil i.j 11. . Im-.i .in ,t.-H 1. 1 .11 1 v ltn . Ftltt t'wnr t.yrlttt uirU r.iWu.nr.. I'.in'.v mmird J t re. '. I.. 11.11 4. I.ai. lliwrkluii. l .iaa. FOR GOOD FIELD SEEDS write us for prices. Samples furnished if desired. Texas Keil Rust Proof Oats, Timothy, Clover, Alfalfa, Millet, Kaffir C n and all Field Seeds. We both buy and sell. Acenis for Funk Bros. tAMOUS SEED CORN. Catalog furnished if desired. SIMONDS-SIIIEI.DS GRAIN CO., Kmisus City, M.. 34 YEARS SELLING DIRECT Our vrliii ! tnil httnrvi Vrrn I 1tr t from .Hit f l i 1 uscv lor M tdlnl it ifniwfv. Wf stni l.i isi ti sti.in sml ttisl &, g itarBnirf? nn.vfrr- l otiajt Ml BoUtlut; ll Bui aU .heil fti to ll. qualify tko . Wr arc the larfttl Manalafltirrra In tht World riling- in tio enmumrr t luvit lv pahr at-rtlMrf vrniue. m tiym ol ntrnr, utml im Hue. -mu-'ir-w T PaT VI n araa a a. m. . W - Mtal a. -a. ii... i...".;;.iLaii- 5 a i.ih. uMiiairi i arrinoe m narnraa miu. i fw "r' -- im mr.m a a a i . Mo. S54. i,m4 U'lwH.a fcubbi tlwa. rrl-i, $GB, t'lkharl. Indiana TrB. (n ALL-STONE CURE. "Craemer's Calculus Cure" 1 W wiaaa VVIIBI hn Cnrl.itn Rfnr.ly M)R GALL MONI b, I I -totn- in thr K Hlm-m. Hi" iti Dm I ' riiuif Mitiihi ir t . r .i . I.ti,- m sit oim i .. (,. III I .lutili-lH'O una Mil h'"in'rh IV-iiiich fiMMj frni Mil-. -ti i Inr rlr'iilm faj 1 Mi M. MCA MM I II. ftfyrth .rwiiil Ainn.i , H l l.Ol 1. STRAIGHTS'f CIGAR asaleu- 8000000. 5 I'lirv.'i-lli-il t.t rrnrr: t f J . t T . la, thli.x W. !f . I .i (. it- M It. I -ml I I i Mi i l 1. I W. N. U.. K.-jns.iR City. No. 11. v Ttie Uataaaaaaaaaaa Were Gome WRITE US FREELY snl frankly, In strictest confidence, telUng ail your troubles, and stating your ge We will send yo FRU ADVICE, In plain sealed envelope, and a val uable 64-pace Book on "Home Treatment for Wcrnen." Address : Ladles' Advisory Department, The Chattanooga Medicine Co., Chattanonea, Tenn. "I Was Pale" writes Mrs. H. C. Robinson (formerly Mis3 Hazel Upson) of DeKalb, HI., "as a result of six months suppression, following an attack of fever, that I never got over just right. I was weak and hardly able to get around. The best doctor In DeKalb gave me up and said I could not get well. Mamma was almost crazy about It. One afternoon a lady friend came to see me and told mamma to get me a bottle of so she et It. though the had little hepes of its helping. But. praise God I I had taken :r.t three bottles, when I vas relieved and began to get well right cff. I kept right on taking Cardul and now I am well and strcng. I (eel that I owe my life to Cardul and will never be through praising It." Thousands cf ladies have written, like Mrs. Robin son, to tell of the w'cndcrful relief It gave, Jn the various forms of female disease, f or tuch trouble as headache, backache falling feelings, nervaurness. frregu.arity. mis- placement, etc., you will Una t,araui 01 true ana lading ueuem. n . AT ALL DRUGGISTS IN $1.00 BOTTLES G1C0 aiXawa aatfJUata aa.ia-yfl'.