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If you want a high-grade Piano greatly under-prked you
must act at once. A few days will surely see the end. There's not a moment to lose. Tf yott'rc bccn figuring on getting a Piano at the greatly reduced prices at which thcy're'offcredMn this Con? solidation Sale and Advertising Test, you must act quickly now. At the present.rate the remain ing instruments will surely bc d'isposcd of within the next forty-cight hours. Remember, these are strictly brand-ncw, fully warrantcd Pianos?thc vcry latest styles. Remember, too, wc guarantee quality and we guarantee price. Your "money back" if you can buy thc same grade of Piano elsc where, North or South, at any wherc near these low prices. Warning If you come to-day you can still secure a Crafts's Henry __ S. O. Undefrnan. Kmerson, Klschcr, Ludwlg, Schaeffer or one of the othcr cr-ualfy moritorlous and worthy Instruments now offered at the lowest prices ever Known. Kcmemb.r, each and every Instrumcnt Is strictly brand-ncw?tho very latest style?and full/ and uncondltlonally war? rantcd. Your purchase is proteetcd In every way. All of the best riaycr-I'iunos are Included in thls sale, 6S or 88 notc; combination 65-SS-note. We have tho largest stock of players to select from, and our muslc costs you nothing. Just drop In.'we'll teli you all about'it. As to terms: we'll agree to accept any terms that are anywhere wlthln reason?as low as $1.75, or even $1.50 weekly. if you de3ire. Dear in mlnd quickest action is necessary. Be on hand the first thing* this morning. CUT THIS OUT?WORTH $30 m? GOOD FOR ollars AS FIRST PAYMENT ON ANT PIANO at Consolidation Sale Prices if presented on or before March 18, 1910. ^8 THE CRAFTS PIANO CO. RAMOS PIANO CO. ? Times-Dispatch. m$. Bring this Advertising; Test Certificate with you?select any Piano in our stock.. VVe will accept this certificate as first payment on the Piano. You make your next payment one month later. $2.00 FOR $1.00 5hould you desirc to pay any cash, in addition to this 'certificate, we will givc you a receipt for $2 for every dollar you pay up to $30. EXAMPLE: Present this Certificate and get a receipt for..130.00 Present this Certificate and pay $5 ln cash and get a receipt for.. .$40.00 Present this Certificate and pay $10 in cash and get a receipt for. .$50.00 Present this Certificate and pay 515 ln cash and get a receipt for. .$60.00 Present this Certificate and pay $20 in cash and get a receipt for. .$70.00 Present this Certificate and pay $25 ln cash and get a receipt for. $80.00 Present this Certificate and pay $30 in cash and get a receipt for. .$90.00 EETS HIS MONEY . Carl Walker, of Richmond, who haa sign? ed to pltch with Nbrfolk this noason, -wlll get hls S150 pfr month whether or not he ls able to mako cood wlth that team. Mana? ger Win Clarke, cf tho Norfolk club. sald last nlght he gave Walkor thls dollghtfully easy contract becauso ho bcllevcs ho can dolivor the cooda. Clarko saw Walkor when ho pitclied for the -.'nlvorsltyof. Vir? ginia agalnst Yale at .Norrolk early laat Ecason. "It waa a raw day ln the early ?eason," aayg tho pllot of tho Crew, "and I waa struck wlth hls condition. Ue nas the norve, Ib ono thln:., and another, he haa tho speed and curvca. I expect wonderful thlngs ot hlm, and am not afrald of hls talllng down." ?s? ?YVRIGHT CASE BEGINS, Olotlon for Chnnge of Venue Ia Ovcr rulci*. by Judge Ilundlcy. [Special to Tne Tlmes-DIspatch.l Bucklngham, Va? March 15.?When the Wrlght case was called to-day, Ihe defense made a motlon for change of vonue, which was ,promptly over ruled by Judge Hundley, and a jury pf Bucklngham men was seoured. The caso was opened and ono wit? ness, John Stauffor, was examlned, hls lestlmony belng the same as that Klvcn at tho othor trial. Emuls-ified Oil When the doctor says you niust take Cod Liver Oil he means Emulsified Oil and northe crude oil which is very heavy and hard to digest. Scott's Emulsion is the world's standard prepa ration of Cod Liver Oil; it is very easily digested and im mediately absorbed, and will not upset the stomach like the crude or plain oil. UL DRUQQI8TS 8 .nd 10o., umt of paper and thln ml, tor our beautlhil BaTln?_ Unnk aiul OhiM'n Bliotoh. Book. Kaoh bank cou tainiHaaudl.uckl'uuny. SCOTT & BOWNE, 409 Pearl St? N.^V". Strenucnis Fight Will Be Made tn .. Ninth to Elect Stuart. PLEASED WITH PROSPECTS Speakers of State and . National Rcputation "Offer Services. [Special to Tho Tlmes-Dlspatch.] krlstol, Va.,' March 15.?Wlth mani festations of enthusiasm and confi dence, embraclng prominent Demo? crats from all parts of the Ninth Dis? trict, a conferenco of the leaders and' other influential men of tho party was held here thls afternoon for the pur? pose of perfootlng plans for tho cam? paign of Henry C. Stuart. The goneral response to tho call.of tho . ch'alrman for to-day's conferenco ls accepted as an iudicatlon of how earnest the Deiiiocrats of tho district are ln thelr deslre to ald Mr. Stuart ln hls effort to wln out ln tho Ninth thls fall. Hon. R. Tate Irvine, who was chalr? man of the recent convention whlcli nomlnated ,Mr. Stuart, proslded over. ?to-day's conforence, whlcli was hpld ln tho reception parlor of Hotel St. Lawrenco. Rromlneiit ' among tho Democrats in attendnnco wero General R. A. Ayers, Pcyton F. St. Clnlr. chalr? man.-of the e.vecutlvo-committee: B. P, Buohanan and Profossor ' W, D. Smlth, members of the executlve com? mitteo; John'.1. and Alexander Stuart, of AVashlngton county, and thn varlous members ol' the now campaign com? mlttoe. Accordlng to to-day's plans, tho Ex ocutlvo Committeo of tho District lu to.havo;dlroct chargo of tho campaign, and is to bo asslstoil by tho" speoinl oampnlgn commlttoe; composed of one prominent Domocrut froni each coun? ty and ono from,.the clty of. Brlstol. Auxtllary to those committees tho county organlzatlohs, through tho county committees, aro lo lond-valltint and perslstent ald, .' IliuiorlH Are Knctiuriigliu;. Tleport.s wero recolved from ovor Ihe district- to-day. Those reports' luiil i-atc groat enihusliiHiu in tho causo ?f Mr. httturt, antl unhounilod coiifldenrfi lu tho Hiiqcess, of hls oaru.ldaoy, lt was oxprossod (>K tlu- purposo of tho organlKatlon formod to-day ihnt tho mattei: of m-ganl^ing tho piirtv throughout tlio district should bo miiclo a clvll district malter In each county, so that everv nooit and oorntsr of'the dlstrlct would be in active touch with the campaign. This" will be done with a view to getting- every Democrat to properly qualify by paying his poll tax and having hls transfer properly recorded ln' the event he makes a transfer. At the proper tlme campalgn llter.ature will be distrlbiited ovor the district in a systematic way, and speakers will be sent' to every couuty. "It ls expected." sald Chalrman Ir vine, "that u more thorough. educa? tional campaign wlll be carrled on than has marked the efforts of the party ln many years." Contlnulng. he sald: '"Speakers of State and national reputation are placlng thcmsolves at tho servico of tho dlstrlct for thc ap proaching flght, and I have never be? fore seen so much Interest manifestcd." Peyton F. St. Clalr,. of Glles county, was re-elected chalrman of tho execu? tive committee. and the new. commlt? tee, which will havo charge of thc campaign. is made nn of Mr. St. .Clalv and the followlng additional men: Alex Stuart, of Abingdon: C. N. Otev, or AVythevillc, and R. Tato Irvlne, of Big Stone Gn.p. with one member yet to bo named. Spccli'il CampnlKii CommHtce. Mr. Irvlne has no.t yet completed hls special campalgn commlttee. whicli is to bo auxiliary to the exocutlvo commlttee, but is now onlv waiting upon recommendatlons from "the coun? tles of Dlckenson. Bland and Buch? anan. The commlttee. so far as made up at to-day's conference, consists of tho followlng men: O. E. Jordon, of Tulaski: E. A. Shumate. of Glles- F. I. Sanders. of Smyth- Aiexander Stu? art. of Wa .hlngton-. C O Pnlmer. of Scott: J. W. Ch-Uklcy.' of Wi-e R. T Pennlngton. or Lee; Hatmi-1 A. ton of Ru.sell; Charles C. Brown, nt Taze well: O. N. Otey, of W-t-.o, nrvl Henry Roborts. of the clty o. Brlstol. Judge Rhea, of the Corpnratlon Com mls.lon. sent. a lotter to Chalrman St. Clslr, In whlch ho sahl; "I har, hoped io be abl?. to be pres? ent at your conferenoe nt '"r's'.oi. hut owinn: to the fnot tlmt thn GenernI A? Bemblv has just nil.iournn-l. nnd tli" additional v_rk th_t hns '-een Inmoserl upon tho Covnorn tion Commisslon. I reerret tr> sav thnt lt wlll i*>elninns_"*'le for me to lonvo here. j slncerelv trust the eohferenoe vll' result I"> such an nrganl'-ution that* th- Mii' "-.??-?I. ?_??" ho retr-i'-od to tho Democratio partv thla fail." nOOST T-IBACCO BUSI.VKSS. Dnnvlllc IIunIiic. ? Men Show TnlcrcM lu I'rosperKy of jinrteet. Danville, Vn.. Murch 15.'?Tho smokor held ln tho rooms of the Commercial Association here to-nlght wns attended by about 300 representativo clttzens, and a gront deal of Interest wns mani fosted. Tlie meottng wns hold witli ape clnl referenoe to the future. growth aud prosperity .of Dnnvilie's looso leaf to bnoco* niurket. A ptiblictty ??ommlsslon ot seven wns nunied to devlso plans for maklng known Iho ailvrintagos of biin. vlllo antl lts siirroundings*. A nuiitbor of vcry oiiuoui'aglng ,-ixie'plies wero liliide by lnt'liii.u(.liU busincsH-111011 The Cptumpriiial! Assuciatlon ' has ndopti'd a.. lts Hlogau for ia'10?"50 oon ?..',.. .V01".'?8 of, ,O0HQ' lm,f tobncco' for IfllO.' After. tho ineetlng wns over llght rctruslimunts were sorved. BOY MASHED TO DEATH. rmtfcht Between Two Frelght Can. nnil Almost Inntautly Kllled. [Special to The Tlriies-Dispatch."I Capo Charles. Va., March 15.?Frank Vlncent, the slxteen-year-old son of Charles Vlncent, brldge-tender for tho New York, Philadelphia and Norfolk Kallroad, was kllled ln a shoekim. imanner here thls afternoon by' belng I squeezed between two frelght cars. The lad was rldlng on a car which wns bcing shlfted from a barge. and whlle- attomptlng to allght was caught between thc two-cars, and hls body rolled a car-length. He was badlv mangled, his head and body being mashed almost Inio a pulp. llc died almost instantly. Anto llccord Trlnln PoMlponeil. Daytona, Fla., March- 15.?The au? tomobile record trlals scheduled for the Daytona Beach this . afternoon were postponed untll to-morrow on account of tho tlmo coming ln too rapldly, to admit of thc timlng appar atus to bo put in worklng condition. Barney Oldfleld. ln his 200-horse power Benz; Georgo Robertson, ln tho Chrlsty racer, and. Davld Brlco Brown, ?? in a 120-horsepower Benz, drove exhibition miles, wlth no tlme being taken. It won't cost you a pennyif'Gypsey's ^ Gift" doesn't cure your Rheumatism lt you have trled every remedy you ever hciird of. consultcd physicians, taken "spcclnl treatments,.baths, etc. aud aro thorongtiiy ills'cour aged of ever belng cured? YOU are Just the one we want ; to glvo "Gypaey's Olft" nh op? portunlty to thoroughly and permanently care you. No matter what form of Rheumatism yon have or how Iihib you've hnd lt?wc wlll pay yon back every penuy you spend for "Gypsey'a Glft" If the remeily falls.iind you shall be Ihe sole judge of what con stltuto.. a "cure." tlnt "Gypaey'.? Glft" from your druirulst. OJbn prlce ls '$1. Tlioro ls no KUhsMlutn. I1U8& Sold by all Druggists Trial Size 25c j ASSEMBLY STIIL Lone Senator Moves Chair Tliat He Bc Allowed to Adjourn. ECHO OF NOEL CHARGES Tclcfjram From Mrs. Daniel Is Read?End May Come ?To-Dav. "Wouldn't thls be a peach of a per? manent job at $8 per?" commented Col, John S. Harwood as ho rose to go after a sesslon of the House of Delegates lastlng one minutes and forty ncconds. Threo mccLlngs were held ln t|e House yesterday, and, although much ] tlmo was expendod ln waltlng for en i rolled bllls, tho actual business done .was no sllght that but a few minutes ? sufflcetl. The. Sceaker performed hls ! duty by slgnir.g the bllls, and the mem ; bors dld thelrs by slttlng around and talklng of the past slxty days. Rosowell Pago camo down from Hanover nnd occupled hls seat when the House met at noon. He hnd put ir. Monday startnig- hls plows to going, and dragglng the roads. That waa thc on'y rlay of the entlre ucsslon hc n._ mtssed and ho does not thlnk there was a roll call to which hc dld not an? swer. Major J, N. Stubbs, who c.pent Mon? day at Warwlck Courthouse on lega business, dropped ln also. Thc othci moinbers prcse'.A were Messn. Wmgu Curtis. Casoy and Cox. of Richmond Throckmorton. >.t Hanover: Ton.y. i Ma? chester; Oliver. of Falrfax: Kpatlv of Brunswlck; Shepherd. of Fluvanna and McRae, of Bucklngham. Abbrc vlnted MpomIoii, Rev. J. J. Whlte. of Fluvanna coun? ty, olfcrod tho openlnv p--*y>r. On r.-.otlon of Mr. Cox the readlnp nt the j.nrnal of th? day before w..H o.'f pensed wllh, and on motlon of Mr T?ney a r.e.ss was takon untll 12:50 Thc sesslon had lasted less than two minutes. Thoro v.'as another long walt when tho House rcasscmbled. At last the enrolled bllls appearod and wero slgn ! ed by the Speaker. Judge Yarrell. of | GropnesvIIte. who had put In hls ap I pearance, was selzed upon as n proper ! person to movc fo adjourn until . } o'clock. for by thls tlmo only flve mem I bers were ln tho chamber. Messrs. Baker. of ChestPrfield: Cox. of Richmond; Bell, of Culpener. and Oliver. of Fnlrfax. held the fort at 4 o'clock. A few moments later Messrs. Powers. of Carollne,, and Snatlg. of Brunswlck, drlftcil ln. A/nolnt of or I der was made agalnst Mr.'Bell becauso i ho was smoklng, but the SpeaVier let WHAT LEGISLATURE PROVIDED FOR STATE INSTITUTIONS no.ooo 25,000 taos. Medical College of rircrlnln..$ 5,000 State Femnlc Xormal School, nt Farmvlllc (aup? port). ..0,000 Stnte Keranlc Vormnl School, nt Farmvllle (Im? provement.-). _I7,000 -Vormnl nnd l nd-i-lrlnl School, Jlarrtaonburs; (ea tnbllshinent) . -Vormnl and Indu.trtnl School, Hurrli.onl.iin_, (aupport) . Norraol nod Industrial School, HnrrtaonliurK (Im? provement a). Nortnal nnd IndUHtrlal School, Frederickaburg (eatabliahmcnt). ."Vormnl and industrial School, Frederlekaburg (aupport). Xormal nnd Iiiduat'rinl School, Frederickaburg (Intprovcmenta). .Vormnl nnd Industrial School, Itadford (eatab? liahmcnt). Unlvcralty of Vlrglnla (aupport). S0.000 Vnlveralty of Vlrglnla (hoapltal). Vnlveralty of Vlrglnln (Imprnveinenta). 33,000 Vlrglnla Military Institute (nupport). -10.000 Vlrglnla Military inatltute (liiiprovcmeuta). __5.000 Vlrglnln School for Deaf nnd Bllud(..npport). 50,000 Vlrglnla School for Uenf nnd Bllnd Oiulldtns-. . . -.0,000 Vlrglnla School for Dcnf and Bllud (detlclt). Vlrglnln Polytechnlc TnatHute (-iipport). ?0,7._0 Vlrglnla Polylcelinlc Inatltutc (equipment).. 1(1,000 Virginia Vormnl nnd luduMrla! Institute (nup? port). S0.00O Vlrginln Vormnl aud Indtiatrlal Inntttule (ln> provcmen(a) . -1,000 AVilllam nnd Mary College (aupport). 40,000 Pnlille achoola . -175,000 JTIgh achoola. 100,000 fonfederntc Soldlera' Home. -17,000 Stntc Honrd of Health. ?? .0.000 State Uonrd of llcnltli (Cntnwhn) .. Good roncla, State cnah nld. Good ronrta, convlct road force. S5.000 Auditlng Commlttee. 2.000 Cou.mlio.lon of Flahcrlea. 15,000 Centrnl Stntc Hoapitnl (aupport).131,000 Centrnl Stutc Hospital (crhnlnnl inanne)...... fenirnl Stnte Hoapltal (exienatons, etc.). 5,000 ICnstern Stutc Iloapltal (aupport).;.".. 100,000 l-.natern Stnte HosPHnl fcxtcnslona, etc.). 10,000 Wcslcrn Stnte Iloapllnl (aupport). 110.000 Western State I.4..pltnl (extcnaiona, etv.). __5,000 South.Yc_teru Stnlc HoapHnl i aupport). 75.000 MoulhwcKtrrn Slutc HoMpllul (cxtcnalona, etc.). . . l-,tM10 Vlrglnln Stntc Ei.llepllc Colony (luppiut). Vlrglnln State EpHcpUc Colony (equipment). Virginia School for Colored ?enf nnd Bllud (aup porl).-. -5,000 Vlrglnln School for Colored Deaf nnd Ulinii (equipment) ?-??. . 11) 10. ? 5,000 50,000 (5,700 _.5,0OO 30,001) 1011. 9 5,000 .?50,000 40,000 50,000 5,545 (1(1,750 20,-00 ?bc.._ unpnld cnpltnUon (nxea, v.-Unmtctl nt (70,000 a yenr. AN ODD MISTAKE THAT WOMEN MAKE. Women are inclined to fall Into a mistaken ideu that any pain about tho hlps or in the small of thc back is "female weakness," and must' be en dured as a trouble pecullar to tho sex. Such patlenco Is hoble, but too often unnecessary nnd unwlso. Kidney weaknosH, In man or woman, will caiise backache, sharp twlngos when stooplng- or llftlng, bearlng-down palns, (its or^'blues," nervousnoss, dla zy spells. heaclachcs,, urinary disorders und swolllng of tho anklos or llmbs. Thls is the point: Do not wdrrv over supposcd femalo wonkness until you nro ve^y sure it Is not kidney disease thnt l8 causing. your troubles. The. nature of a woman's llfe and work ! makes her fall an cusy vtctlm of kid? ney slckness. Tbo bondlng nnd stoop? lng of housework, tbo ilchl clothlng worn, tlio straln of chlldhlrth , nnd worrv ot reiirlng chlldren. tho Inrlm llfe. colds, fcvers nnd consllnatton, "all wear iind wcakoii tlie kidneys, Backache or nny siichi irrogularlty as t.he too frofiuont deslre to urlnato, pninful or Hcaltllng pussngos or sedi ment In thn urlno Is good cause to judgo that you havo weak kidneys. Then begin uslng Doan's kidney I'llls. whlcli have brought now llfo nnd strength to thousanilH of wQi.ion, lt ls your duty to se|f and famlly not to iiegloOt nor oyerlook the flrat syinp tom. DQAN'S KIDNE? PILLS ...Oilnav- ' Sold ^ &)l i9&]m' Prlco 3o centSl fPWW'Mujmwi Co? ^uff-lo, N.Y., ProprMora. l^'Ste Strength and Vigor Restored Marvcllous Cure Effcctcd. Doctor Per Hc, of thc U. S. Navy, Prcscrlbed Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey For Hln Mother and It Restored Herto Health* "Two years ago I had pcr.ton.ti_, and after rccovcry I had indigestiotv of thc worst form. I tried all kinds of medicines and tonics that did me no good. I was so weak that I stag gercd while walking thc streets. My son, Doctor Perlie, of thc U. S. Navy,'. ordered me to take Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey. I took one bottle, but as othcr physicians discouraged mc I gave it up. After a while I again con cludcd to try the whiskey, and used four bottles. lt cured my indiges tion, my strength and physical vigof were restored, and I am now in per? fect health. 1 can safcly recommend thc whiskey as a certain specific for indigestion and its attendant ills."? Mrs. R. A. Perlie, 1512 Pacific Avenue, Atlantic City, N. J. Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey has to its credit fifty years of public service. It is the result of years of careful work, and is an absolutely pure distillation of carcfully malted grain..-,Overworked men. delicate women and sickly children. will find in Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey the health and fctrength-giving parts that are so necessary to them. It is a wonderful remedy in the preven tion and cure of consumption, pneu monia, grippe, bronchitis, coughs, colds, asthma, malaria, low fevers, stomach troubles and all wasting and weakening conditions, if taken as directcd. If ln need of advlce, wrlte Medical Department. The Duffy Malt Whlskoy Company, Rochester, New Vork, statlng your case fully.' Our doctors wlll send you advlce frcc, toitether wlth a valu? able lllustrated medical booklet contalnlng rarc common sense rules for health, whlch you can? not afford to be without, and some of thc many thousands of ftratlfylnit letters from men and women in all walk - of life, both old and young, who have been cured and bencfited by the use of thls great medicine and who contlnue to enjoy good health. Sold by clruaal.t.. tfroccrs and dealers, or dlrect, $1.00 a large bottle. MRS. R. A. I'ERI-IE. him off wlth a warrflng agalnst smok lng In the future llfe. In atentorlan tones Doorkeeper Nevr houso commanded sllence ln the gal lcry, where a wastebaskct reposed ln solitude. "Four members and ten pages."'an? nounced Clerk Williams, who had beon taking an Inventory of tho attendance. Speaker Byrd afllxed hi8 officlal slg naturc, and, on motlon of Slr. Powers. Overlook the Real Cause of Common, but Mysterious Aches and IUs. EveryPicture Tells AStory.\ tho House adjourned untll noon to day. lt could not be told at a late hour last nlght whether or not the sesslon wlll end to-day. The enrolllng force stlll hart much to do. I Ilalney llol.ln Fort Alone. Three constructlve sesslons of the Senat* were held yestorday. When Presldent Ellyson took the chair tt noon. Senator Halsey was the only Senator on the floor. "Beforo i make the motlon which I am ahout to make," sald Senator Hal? sey. "permlt me to say that Bynch bnrg pays far more money Into the Stnte than. It taken out. [ may he nar doned, slr. lf I say that we have there a clty we are proud of, whose people are a brave and a law-abldlns; people, and l submlt, with due regard for tho other sectlons represented ori thls tloor, that there are none better. T move that we adjourn untll 1 o'clock." By a unanlmous vote lt was so or? dered. lU-lio of Xoel Chnrse. At l P. M. a number of bllls were read by tltle and signed by the preal- | dont. Clerk Booker read tho followlng tel cgram. addressed to the Senate: "Mrs. James R. V. Danlel rcpudlates Noel's romarks: ln Senate. On way to glvtj specinc information. "XX. XV DANIEL." No action was taken. Mrs. Danlel falled to put In an aDpearancc. and the members of the Sonate nre Ignorant of what courso sho w.r* pursue, or when she wlll arrlve. The thlrd sesslon at ?( P. M. was verv brief. About two dozen bills wero read bv title and signed by the president. A"dJournment untll noon to day was ordered. Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S CASTORIA T Your Liver is Clogged up That*? Why You'ro Tir?_?Out of Sort*?Haw* No Appetita^ CARTER-S LT UVERPHLS wiH pul -ourifk ra - lew ___-?. Thejrdo thtirdittf. Cum b'to, Sil- - - ioane*-. Ii-frnK.-, tmi Skk HwrficW. SHAUrni. SMAU DOSE, SMALL PUCI -tyiiiitne"*"""U bear sTgnatu-y wwmmrwwmmmmmwmmmm Don't wnlt tor a serious ea.e of dli betes, dropsy, Bright's.) disease gravel to develop. Doan's Kidney Pills ls a slmp vfgetablc remedy, yet vory quick lts heallng and strengthenlng* actlc on the kidneys. It contalns nothlr o; a narcotle, polsonous nor habl formlng nature and can be taken l any man, woman or chlld. of even ti most dellcate state of health. HICHMOND pnoor. Mrs. 31. A. Davis. 317 South Pi Street, nichinoud, Va.. says; "t nov uaed a. medicine that did mo as niu Kood, arvd in so short a tlme as Doui Kidney Pills. r suffered oft? and t'or montliR from klduoy trouble, . my back ached Intensely, if \ stoop or madc a quick movement. ' slia t\.lnge._ darted through riie, being pr ticularly aevcre in my kidney... Poit: Kidney Pills wofo tlnally prot-ured tho Owen.s ,& Mlnor Drug Co.. aml had only taken them a" short tlme 1 foro every syntptoiyi of my trouble h dlsappeared. Durlrrp the threo mon! that have slnce passed I havo had further cause for coinpialnt,"