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HE COULDN'T BB BLAMED. Did liver) thins In III I'mver In f. rur I import llul Una Han ltrniiril. I SUpbOet! It Wat It little elieeky," U Ik Will.... . 1.. I I 11 " I , iu inr inn icimiv on In H7.r Miiniin ni me ear, ttu wnat are y going In do hi inch a ester (lit old fellow, In reply, though having no knowledge (if vtltat muni. I jnl up ie courage to tik her band "ii trie murmured yes." Thev eciirialk-mur. .IT'V.i0 V? '" S901' ,urmi ' ,1,J 10 10 eorr t ' ,orlre, 'oun 'nn-perfettlf "I look a l.rarer anil walked In on Mm," ii inuf". "." 'oun """V "n'1 1" lime f- ! I. rV'i WHI decent lenstli of lime ami then taxi I could hare "That waa beautiful lieauliful." .11 lt"i". 'fr.M " J"1.'- ""I . ' ." . " wn,n ' mrotieii w tn him J ft. IU to a.k l.im If he'd lend me 's hundred dollars to net married on. Wasn't no other way, vou knov," t.iu2"l oll!r w''.' "rled the old fellow at he not a new brace for bit back. Ami he loaned it to you 1 1" ih'.'S1'' T'w m down with a doll "ou don t ay I rteil on. (le had It. Imt wouldn't lend it. .No money-no marriage, 1'lain at the note hlame. ' lhil it iK.- - ' 's cheer tip and get a new'hold with your tor.. i on hid to do it-had to do it-and -""" hti tpu niiin t It a liar and a noia thief and ilain't Hand up Mote (he l'l ' "If? UirT0 rouna,! -Cleveland THE ICE MACHINE'S PART. At Laal There llaa lleen a .eir Pea. tare Introduced Into fuel Tom'i I'aliln. There ! a near wrinLh- In "l'nrl Tim'i Cabin" thratrical companies. One of there, svIikIi it ramatkine the stale of Srvr scy for audienrra, hat hit upon the device of nu)inr a reiruteraiing machine ami using real IiUhLi of Ice in the acetic in Inch Ellis, purtued by a pack of lurking mongrela. troMee in river carrying in lier armi a a l ii tied doll. The ieetnaklng machine baa proved in t normout turcrta. At the Kidgewood opera beutc, where the Ire machine plattd a few eve nines ago, a frantic crowd fought itt way mrougii uit uoort. ai lot tirsl periorm ante the ice machine wat kent In the hark f round. Several rakea were manufactured wforr the performance and placed on the green iiaire nrcr. i ncy wcreearrtuiiy asmi ed on the surface, to that w hen lhu made her grand dh for liliettv the would not turn undiiinififd aomertiullt. Th In. ma. chine, however, had been ao largely adver- u.ci mat yokeia wanieu to tee il. they aat in tbtir placri after the curtain dew-ended upon the tolemn death of I.itllr Kva aod howled for the Ire machine to come out and aliow lltelf. The ttage manager and a couple of deck hindt hati lo cirry it dawn to the footlightt. Then they turned the handle and, amid upmarout applaute, (lir iimriiinr iruiiiiirfi a cane Ul ml ire Since then a tnrt hat leen written in the play for the Ice inacbiue. When the river trene open a couple oi toutnern peculator are ditrovered ciperimrntmt; with the machine. They produce their ice, and not Iwtira anr immrtlute ute for it turn it into In river, and it tilt uion the mertutfar it proper tnttrvaia to arrommoiiate rJixa a fnottet. A colored man comet out and ipntiklet aand nver the Ice in full view of '.be audience. Chicago Chronicle. I'ailer Treo Flaara. "What a grand picture It muit have been," 'emarked the boarder who had teen Dewey, "to have teen the Olyinpia ateatning home, 'he atara and ttripc on one matt and the homeward pennant on the other." ".Magnificent)" echoed the man in black ilih.n,l.r. !,(. II..I.L will m it would have been to have teen the itart and. iiripea on one matt anil tne hate (Mil pennant oo the other." Chicago livening Newt. Can't Stlaa Hie Plarr. Stranger Where doea that new dentist have hit olllrt? l'olicetnan Vou mean the one who pulli teeth without patnr "Yea." "Oo right around the corner. Vou wll. have no trouble finding bia office. You cat. hear hit palienta yell half a block away." umo uute journal. A Dear Little Dariing,-WTgwa;-"My wife It the deareit tittle woman in tbi world." Walton "I don't know about that. How much doca the coit you? I'tuI' adelplna Uecord. 10V3ARRH COLDS GRIPPE COUGHS CROUP SORE- HOARSE THROAT NESS off in I II '"l'- Y"' !". Wh0' ! mam ', m i MlatmTttaBMaaai El B aENERAL J0E WHEELER 1 Ql Si o Ptrunat I Join Stttf I 9 Ion Sulllvtn, Roach and Mc- I Ifl Entry In their good opinion of I H Ptrunt at an ttttcilvt catarrh I BBBBBBBBBBWT W I .1 WfHXaBBBBi ADM. DEWEY MARRIED. Th Kntlra Affair Hat Kept a rrafonnd keeta', No ftp.elatora Htlag I'rateat at the CtttaotU. WxaitixoTO.f, Not. la-Mra. Mildred M. llazen and A dm. George Pevrey were cjuletljr married at 10 iclocV Thura dajraornlnjr at the rector of HI. Taul't Catholic church. The ceremony irai performed by Rct. Jatnea Y. Mackln paator of the church, aailated by Her. Joaeph A. Foley, aatlttant paator, tnd Iter. Sidney Uurlbut The ceremony rraa atrlctly private and of the simplest character, and veaa periormeu witti the rlnc ao- cordlnff to the nuptial rltei of the Catholic church, nnd Including; the ad dreaa of Father Mackln, conaumed leaa than five minutes. The arrangomenti for the vreddlnir were made with all the secrecy which haa attended the whole affair, and not a single apectator was present. The bride was accompanied by Mrs. Washington McLean, her mother, and Mrs. Ludlow, her sister, while Adm. Dewey wss accompanied by Lieut. Caldwell, his aide. There were no oth er guests. At the close of the ceremony Adm. Dewey srsaped Father Msckln'e hsnd and said! "Father, I am greatly pleased to have keen msrrled by you, for I know that at one time In your hfe you were a sailor." After the ceremony the Adm. and Mrs. Dewey entered a carrtsge and were driven to tho residence of Mrs. Washington McLean, where a wedding breakfaat was served and at 13:43 they left for New York. Nw Yohk, Not. 10. Adm. and Mrs. Dewey arrived In New YorU Thursday night from Washington. They were driven direct from the West Twenty third street ferry to the Wsldorf-As- torla, where they are the guests of Mr. lloldt, the proprietor of that hotel. The admiral and his bride did not reg later. WE NEED COALING STATIONS. Ur. Adm. Ilradford, la Ilia IWpset, Kbowa K"w Ureal It ttaa Ueflcleaey la Tim or llaalllltUt. WiSMlxOTO. Not. 10. The urgent necessity of adequate coaling stations for our wsr ships Is dwelt upon by Rr. Adm. Ilradford, chief of the usval bu reau of equipment. In his report to the secretary of the navy. He relates the difficulties encountered during the war with Spain in securing coal, transport log it and getting it aboard the ships. 'While these efforts were succcatful," the admiral says, "It wss due almost entirely to the nesr proximity of the theater of war to our own coast. Adm. Ilradford ssys that a United States fleet If called upon to act at any point across the Atlantic must en counter even greater difficulties than were found by Adm. Cervars. "As a matter of fact," continued Adm. l)rad ford. It may be stated without fesr of contradiction that at present it would be impossible for a United 6tates fleet to csrry on active operations during a war anywhere about the coast of Kurope, Africa, a large portion of Asia and South America for want of coal." NEW WAR IMPLEMENT. A TrolWy Kit That Oarrlss a Uonat ol High KaplMlva rawer Which la Auto natlealty Kalaated Our aa Enany. Chicago, Not. 10. Silas J. Coyne, a carpenter, haa Invented a new Imple ment of warfare. The device consists of a series of kites, supporting a cable. upon which a "trolley" kite Is made to travel. The trolley kite carries a bomb of high explosive power, which Is auto matically released. lly means of spe cially constructed kites, of which Mr. Coyne is the Inventor, br claims to be able to support a cable nearly seven miles In length by using a number of kites in tandem. The traveling kite will support a weight of more than SO pounds. It folds automatically upon releasing the bomb and returns of its own weight. Successful practical tests are said to have been made of the kites. Pupil Diet After I'ualthmtalbyaToehtr. Kashas Citt, Mo., Not. 10. Ten- year-old lllanche Nlppold, a pupil at the Morse public school, died at the school building Thursday following slaps and a shaking administered by her teacher. The child's body was distorted and physlolans aay she had evidently died In a spasm. She was subject to spasms and had heart dis ease. Ihraafh Car Service to tlealco. Cuioaoo, Nov. 10. One of thelsrgest daily through car services in the world will be inaugurated by the Santa Fo road Sunday. This line will begin operating a dally flrst-clasi sleeper be tween Kansas City, Ma, and the City of Mexico. Tho dlstanco betweeu the two points Is 3,390 miles. During the eullro run there will be no change whatoTer. Amuaatador 1'suueefote la Maihlugloo, Wasiiimoto.t, Not. 10. Lord Fsunce- fote, the llrltlsh ambassador, with his family and members of his staff, ar rived here at 4:10 o'clock Thursday sfternoon. It Is probable that the ambassador and the new first secretary of the embassy, Mr. Louther, will call at the atato department Friday, and a call also may be made at the white bouse. Iluhlln Uuli to right Jeffries. Nkw Yoiik, Nov. la 0u Huhlln riiursday potted $1,000 for a fight with James 3. Jeffries. READING OF THE SCRIPTURES. International annday flchnnl l.eima for November III, IMK Teil.Aehe mlah Nil-ia-Memory Va. !-.!. (Specially Arrangedfrom Petoubet'a Notts. (IOI.DKN TKXT.-The ears of all the people were attentive unto the liook of the law -Men. I ' l. Itl'.AI) Nehemlah I and Luke . IV-22. Till H. The Drat day of the seventh month, I. e the middle or latt of Septem ber, A. D. 4M, about two monlhn after Ihe arrival of Nrhemlah In Jeruaalem, and a week after the completion of Ihe walls on the Kth of Glut, the sixth month (Auguat September), The Aral day of Ihe aeventb month waa Heptember 22 In 1S32. Bepltmber n in issj, and October 1 In IM EXPLANATORY. I, The Clrctimatoncea. Tlic section of Nehemiah embracing Clinpt. 9-10 differs from the opening and from the doting chapters In that here Nehemiah Is spoken of In the third person, while in the rest of the book he himself writes In the first person. In the prayer (Chap. 0) and the covenant (Chap. 10) the first person plural Is tited. "It was a series of events of the greatest Impor tance. Nehetnlah's design waa to renew and enlarge the reforms which Ezra had begun 13 years before. Chaps. 810 are an account of transactions running through 24 days or more, by which Ne hemiah brought this and other reforms Into active operation. Our leeaon la the first section of the account, and tells whst happened in one day the first day of the seventh month (V. 2). II. The Oreat Meeting. V. 1. This chapter should begin with the last clause of the last versa of the previous chspteri "And when the seventh month was come," etc. The first day ot this month waa the feast of trum pets, which proclaimed n day of re joicing, like our Christmas hells. This was a week after the walls nere fin ished. V. 1. "All the people gathered themselves together:" From the city and from the surrounding country. "As one:" In one place, with one purpofe. "Into the street:" Ilathrr, Into the broad place, the public square. "Ilefore the Watergate:" The open space south of the temple, called Opbel, lying be tween the temple wall and the city wall. 'They spnke unto Ezrn, the scribe:" This Is the first time Kzra'a name oc curs In the book of Nrhemlah III. The Text-Hook. Vs. 1-3. "Ilook of the law of Moses:" This "testifies to a general knowledge of the exiatenccof a book the contents of which, so fur as they ore known, agreed substantial ly with our l'cntateuch." l'rof. II. K. Ilyle. "Which the Lord, Jehovah.' hud commanded to Itrnel:" This wns nut a merely human book, but one iniplrttl nnd revealed by (lou. V. 2. "The tun " Hebrew, Torah, Instruction, "here luttl In a sense which uf tcrwnrds bt-cnuir mil vertal." I'rof. Hyle. "Doth of turn nml women:" lloth have equal tiei-il of studying tiod's Word. "And all that could hear with understanding:" The children, nil who were old enough.' . 3. "He rend therein . . . from the morning until midday:" Or, frnnt daylight, for six hours or more. "The ears of all the people were ntlcntlre:" Though there is uo word In the Hebrew for "attenthe," yet the meaning Is quite correctly given. IV. Studying the Word of God. V.5. l'receded by Worship. V. 5. "Opened the book:" Unrolled the scroll, or roll 'AH the people stood up:" Itotc to their feet as an act of respect and rev erence for God anff Ills Word. V. 0, "Kzra blessed the Lord:" Praised God In prayer. "All the people answered:" Itesponslre worship Is no new thing, "Amen:" Lit., "That which Is true.' So letlt be." "Lifting up their hands:" An appeal to God that they accepted the law thus read and would obey It llowed their heads and worshiped the Lord with their faces to the ground They sank down Into the posture of humble, earnest prayer, first falling on their knees, nnd then bending forward and down till their faces came "be tween their knees" (1 Kings 18:42). Two Ways of Studying the Dible. First. V. 8. "So they rend . . . dls tlnctly:'" It required clear enunciation to be beard by the many thousands ns sembled. The manner of reading made a great difference as to the sense. Second. "And gave the sente:" Kx plaining the unusual words, expound' Ing the meaning and the application of the law, Interpreting the nlluslons to history and in every way possible caus ing "them to understand the rending." So Christ In the synagogue at Nnrnrrth caused the people to understand Itnlah. (See Luke 4:10-22.) V. Tho Fruits of llible Study. Vs. 0-12. 9. "TheTlrshntha:" Allied to our word pasha. It was the Persian title for a local or provincial governor. Ilyle. First Fruit llcpentancc. "For nil the people wept:" "In the new light of the higher truth we suddenly discover that the 'roue of righteousness In which we have been parading Is but as filthy rags.' "Prof. Adcncy. Second Fruit Joy In the Lord. "Mourn not, nor weep:" You have wept long enough; you hnvc fastened your eyes on your sins too exclusively V, 10. "Go your way, eat the fat and 3rlnk the sweet:" These were expan sions of joy and nlds'to joy. "Ami tend portions," etc.: Another way of ex pressing nud of Increasing true joy. "Neither be ye sorry:" Sorrow and epentsnce are neer required for their own sake, but for the better things which grow out of them. "For the joy of the Lord is your strength:" Your stronghold, R. V., margin. rnACTiCAia. The study of the llible has wrought wondrous changes In men and In na tions. A vast cloud of witnesses testi fy to its renovating power, livery na tion now existing Is great, moral and happy In proportion as the llible Is studied and obeyed. There Is much value In Krfot' lutein- biles for llible study (1), In reviving the Interest In such study; (2) In arousing enthuslusm; (3) In bringing light from uuny sides; (4) lu the. instruction of men ei the dceneit experience and widest knowledge. Tho New CxnlnelTo, fTVorit. the new explotlve. has been dltltn iiltning Itself by pining through s 41 inch larveyized steel piste. If lit succets con tinues, It will make ai grest s record for it self In the military world at Ilostetter's Etomach Hitters has In the medical world. So far nothing haa appeared which can equal this wonderful medicine in Its apeedy and permanent mattery of all diseases of the stomach, liver or kidneys. It's a good rem edy to try when everything else has failed. Dialler of I.enarth. "How long should mourning gowns be worn by a widow of 7iV waa the question that came sobbing through the mailt. Now it chanced to be the sporting editor's day off, and the religious editor, therefore, waa attending to the Side Tslka with Young l'enons. "There is no hard and fast rule," wrote the religious editor, confidently, "but they ought to come down to the boot tops, at least." This incident illustrates the occa sionsl swkwardnett of anewipaperttandins as a bulwark of morals to the exclusion of everything else. Detroit Journal. Mow Everybody Can Hide. If you have sny doubt sbout it be sure to read the advertisement of the John M. Smyth Co., Chicago, in this psper. In which they propose to sell a high-grade Top Bui gy for KM.95. How they do it la a puzzle, but ss the firm Is one of the Isreest in the coun try and of the highest standing, that's their matter. Iletter find the advertisement now. while you think of it, and read it through carefully. The firm Issues a Mammoth Catalogue, in which It listed "everything to eat. wear and use at lowest wholesale prices.1' Its Orla-ln. "Hoot!" cried the owl ever and anon. The fowls of the air and the beasts of the field stirred uneasily in their sleep snd mut tered maledictions. "Why are tbey ao sngry t" salted the owlet at last. "Tbey are envious, my child," replied the owl, "of my Scotch dialect. Hoot, Loot I" Detroit Journal. Uellahtfollr Feminine. Mother I don't understand you at all. You are constantly praising Miss Whlrly now, and yeu utea to intitt that you could n't bear her. Daughter But I didn't know then, mam ma, that ah was Jealous of ma. It iljuat tso awtet of her. Detroit Free Frest. Modern Science. "Steam bat rendered man Inestimable aervice, remarked the observer of men and tklags. "and woman also, since it has en abled her to open her husband 'a letters without bia ever snowing it." Detroit Jour nal. lorn Are So Clever. "It It hard to propose to a girl ?"aalted the novice in affairs of the heart. "Sometimes it's a good deal harder not to propose," returned tne man of worldly ex perience, thoughtfully. "It's always well to be on your guard." Chicago Pott. Ihankiflv M llo.ldty., IMUO Oreatly reduced rates via tho C. II. fc D. Iluilroad. Tickets fold on November 29 and 30, limited to December 1, for return. Atk your nearest C II. & 1. agent for full particulars regarding tlino uf trains and rate. Jfrrdlenn Adjectlvea. Little Willie "Say, pa, what's a redund ancy of expression? Ia ITtine more words than are nereiiarv to express one's meaning, such as "wealthy J iceman, weaitny piumuer, etc. Chicago evening news. When a man says he waits work, he does not always mean that he is u tiling to do the worn ne it capaiue oi uoing, ai tue market price. iRiiikon utoue. He (ardently) I am heels over head in Inv with Vntl. Slip llh rrilpl fn.titt1 "How awfully upset you must be 1 Town topics. It it s matter of wonder that nobody ever .......J 1. : . , t . . t . . I CAiuecu uit iiiuiiirfl ny ciaunins inai ID sun rote too laic. Ledger .Monthly. A millionaire's daughter is taken at br par value. LIbott s Magazine. THE MARKETS. ClKCIXNATI. NOV. ID. UVISSTOClC-CaUle.eosnmonS i M ct 3 75 Select butchers 4 7J () i SS CAI.VKS-Falr to cood light. io ( 7 00 IIOO.n Coarse sad heavy S M ulvu Mixed packer 4 0J n i IS Light thlpe iu (t -M SlIKUl' Choicr 1 71 u0 l.AM IIS Spring IU U 4 (O KLOUIt Winter nntent U'i (tin tllCAlN-Whcal-Xo. J red U. 70)i No. 3 red a t Corn No. S mixed ti4 Hats No.: in Itye No. a 9i HAY I'rlnie to c-aotce. ti K I'tiOVI-IONs Met pjrk OIJOu I.nnl & 4 07H Dim Kit-Choice dairy. IS n 17 choice cresmeiy ft -1SK Al,l'LKS-cb''tce io fancy S 01 O S So I'OTATOES-Pjr brl 14) 11 1 S3 CHICAGO. FI.OUII Winter paten .... .. . S M 3 S UHA N Whca No.. en Nv i cnlcago txrlnr 6 OIK COItN-No. S IS O K!' OAI.- NaS i.iia "H lOHK Mesi. 7 7k w S Si LAllD-Steum S "Vi4i H)i SEW YOUIC prjOUIl-wlnlera.ent - 3 CO Q 3 Is Will AT- Na.-nil....! in 71 COItN-No. : mlxMt. it 40K ltvi: hi a: OAT MuoJ II a II P.OI.K New Mr- 9 : ItvM LAUD Western S SJ llAI.TIMOUK. FLOL'It-Rimllv 3 Si a 10 GllAlN-Whca No. 3 red 6H!tt bouihern c: o aU Corn Mliod 374it 38 Cut Nj. 2 title 90 31 ltic No. 2 western at M rATTLh Klrt quality 4 n it 5 ii HIXJS Wettcrn 4 85 u S W IXDIANAl'OMS. 3HAIN WhCHt No. : rod.... O 7 com No. s mixed u O-ila-No. I mixed. ....... li sH IX)UISVILLE. FI.OUK- Winter patent 3 45 3 55 Jlt.MN Whoat No. 2 red t 71 cxirn Mixed, ,.. t MV C'la- Mixed a Siu. POIIiv Meat u 0 00 LAltD-blcam e 1 UlU w --wv -v mmer- llna vntiehf.fltV arhnP PalnStorlrnf youreyetp Btd taste in your mouth? It's your liverl Ayer's Pills are liver pills. They cure constipation, headache, dyspepsia, and all liver complaints. -2 Sc. All druggists. Ytant your mouiucha or baajil a beauUliil brown or rich black f Than mo miPinwnum'Q nvc r.qr.the uuuiiiiuiinrri w uiu wniSKer sa ets o esfifTt. oj. a. io es iww. . 1 I m CHI ' vsl W Deafness Cannot fie Cared by local applications, ss they cannot reach the discsaod portion of the ear. There is only one nay to cure deafneas, and that is by constitutional remedies. Deafneas is caused by an Inflamed condition of th mu cous lining of th Eustachian Tube. When this tube gts inflamed you have a rumbling sound or Imperfect heating, snd when it is entirely closed desfness la the result, and unless the Inflammation can be taken out and this lube reatored to its normal con dition, hearing will be destroyed forever; nine cases of of ten are caused by catarrh, which la nothing but an inflamed condition oi me mucous aurrares. I We will give One Hundred Dollars for sny I esse of Deafnet (caused by catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. ccna tor circulars, free. F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O. roia oy uruggiata, toe. Hall's Family Pills are the beat. Immovable, Lawyer Do you swesr the colllaion raited the entire cart Witness Well, it raised everything but th windows. Judge. The Deal Prescription for Clilllt and Fever la abottl of Gnovx's Tahtslem CmiA Toxic. It la almplylronaniinuiolnsin aUttelcasfonn. Nocura-nopay. PrlceOc. I?aeh lo Ills Craft. Plumber So long: I'm off to tsy a pipe. Poet Well, Bood-W; I'm off to pipe a lay. Syracuse Herald. To Caro Old lo Uu day Taks Laxativo Bromo Oulnlno Tablets. All druggists refund money If it falls to cure. 25c A thoroughgoing egotist Is usually devoid of the tense of humor. Chicago Daily News. For Whooping Cough, Piso'a Cure it a successful remedy. M. P. Dieter, 07 Throop Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y., Nov. 14, '94. Don't put In too much time standing on dignity or riding a hobby. Chicago Daily News. PUTNAM FADELESS DYES are faat to sunlight, washing and rubbing. Sold by all druggists. A Tacant expression "To Rent." Gold en Days. -A- OSo havtitti DOCTORS INSIST that their RHEUMATISM. KIDNEY DISEASE Swamso Rheumatic Ccsb Co.t When I wrote you for a aimpte bottl of "i DROPS ' my wile was suffering terribly from Rheumatism and was very discouraged, as I had tried avtry thing the doctors prescribed, even tending her t Klcbfltld Springs, etc. My doctor la very tnsca eurprlMd at the sroereta anr wife it maklnir. and the It will that aha (TRADE UASK) for Kidney Disease. MARY A. CARBAUGH, Black Gap, Pa. Aug. 2XT. He nRflDQ" It tbe most povsrfst spedSe known. Free 1 rent epUUi awl porfoott hamlet. WrtvrO It rt.M almost Inatsnunoou rsllef. and It a mr ours for Kkoaautlsa. elattca. Xeuralaia. TJyspptta. Baekaehe. Atthma. Hay Fever. Catarrh. La Orlaaa, Crans. atcrplrosaets. verTouBts. Xrrraas and Xearalal Ileadaakee. Xaraah, Xaath car, aleart Vaabaeat, Draptj, afalarla. Crptaa Nnasbaete, ate., Se. OA nSVQ tnWtisirtrentorl"IIROrsalltatrtl.wsttllt.nd a SSa taaipla Wttlo. U UHIO prepaid by m.ll.ror 10 eta. A temple bottlo wilt tnilsit yon. Also. Urr kottttt (St dosos) St 00, t bottles for to. Sold bras snd asnts. itIJTS W1ITID la X.. Twrttorr. Wkrrs CS TO-BST. SIV1.VSO.V BHIDUATIC CURE CO., ie ( 164 sUaka U, CUICAOO, 1LX- A DOLLAR STRETCHER the eTate.t'ixuwatT.tcri; cr" she haa erer found is the new and original method by which J. C Hubinger is introducing; his latest invention, "Red Cross" and " Hublnpcr's Best" starch. She says: With your Endless Chain Starch nook, I received from my grocer one large package of " Red Cross" starch, one large package of "Hublnger's Best" starch, and two beautiful Shakespeare panels, all for 5c. How far my dollar will go, I am unable to figure out. Aak your grocer for this starch and obtain the beautiful Christmas presents free. JOHNrH MAMMOTrT IMAILORDERj HOUSE. mnr fn AVtU IU Int PUHCHASCH Or THIS AAj At- 2 5Z0,UU Hih Grade Top Buggy $o43 ' iTniiDODrfini nrrra nninr i- nut s .is s V AT OUR SPECIAL OFFER PRICE OF ONLY patent, warranted aecood growth hickory. We are bojnd to mats this bueirv aa Only a limited number will bo told at oor Only a limited number will bo told at oor anywhere in the United Btatea eaat ot th evidence of eood faith. 11 n which avflrvrninc tsu on I kio sm,ll II , III I 1 1. ISA! 1.11 u " stC'je: ggJL-. , W-S) nl-QUWMyt.fwW-asoctBV sJcTT3 W. L DOUGLAS $3 & 3.50 SHOES union Worth$4 to $6 compared nun uinor miKQ 1,000,000 wearer. Th arnulit hiv U L I DujjI, name nJ rr'ctl urura on boitom. ta uMiituic cuiiuca it pi it food, ou dealer , mauiu keep iuem not, e Hill tend a pair kluj ol ttthtr. ut, and aldth, plal or cap toe. C tulugnt 11 Ire. hU. nmM SHOE CO., Crocking slaw, , (in rrr sr h oi siru ai. iaiiai ARTERSINK i I'sed by millions. bure proof of ila qeatity. PITC termaaeotlf 1'nred. No tlttomerv P 0 I uuuiui- tulle, iifttiiar suseot lr Klluo'a (.rratNeise llotui r tsl tfitf tioillaaod treatise free UK It 11 KI4.SU I. d i I ArcliSl .I'blia I'a. M Uta Wlituirntit raltS. " Coiwh Cjpip. Tastes Good. C l Miiia sr orucelsts. X 11 irS& r :f I 1 aJSL tntimt How Mrs. Pinkhtm HELPED MRS. GO0DEN. LtTTtt TO MIS. rlNXSAK SO. ISJJj "I am Tery grateful to you for your kindness and the Interest yon have taken In me, and truly believe your medicines and advice are worth mora to a woman than all the doctors In tho world. For years I hod female troubles and did nothing for them. Of course I became no better and finally broke down entirely. My troubles began with Inflammation and hemorrhages t from tho kidneys, then Inflammation, congestion and falling of the womb nnd inflammation of ovaries. " I underwent local treatment OTery day for soroo time; then after nearly two montns tno doctor gave me pcnnla nlon to go back to work. I wen t back, but in less than a week was com pelled to glvo p and go to bed. On breaking down ths second time, I de cided to let doctors and their medicine alono and try your remedies. Before tho first bottlo was gone I felt the ef- . fects of It. Three bottles of Lydia E. Plnkham's Vegetable Compound and a packago oi her Sanatlvo Wash did ma I more good than all the doctors' treat ments and medicine. "Tho first remark that greets ma now is 'How much better yon look!' and yom may be sure I never hesitate to tell the cause of my health." Mso, , I, GoODES, ACJCLET, La- Dr.BnlIs Cough Tno best remedy for ly for Cure Consumption. .Col O Y T U P Bronchitis, Hoarse " neet, Atthma, Whooplel cough, Crou; in. Small dotet t Small dotes i quick, sure remits, ss Dr. Bultt huicurt QnuiiMwn, npfi'i .-n Trnn m. patients use "5 DROPS" for etc. Read the follow ing Utters t refuted to keep her teamttrctt and la now doing her own aawlng;. fa dctrs Insist on her taking"! Dreps" snd assure br that It it turv only a matter of a few dayt aod the will be entirely cured, and at w are very wtll known bert, the "5 DROPS" la recelvltg considerable atttcv tion and praise. T. K. PRICE, Jersey City, N. J. Oct. U, WW. Swamson RHECMAric Ccxb Co.: I euflered terribly with Kidney Trouble for yean, and tftee using less than two tttlte of "i DftOrs" 1 am now entirely well and I give "5 DROPS" the praise for my cur. I could not find anything that would give me the slightest relief until I tried thfa remedr. and I recommendlt toevervbodv aa a ecrmancnt cura I jrTf (WtlT MADISON tT We offer this bony at aetosl Z factory wholesale price, th tl Sua i or wwen is mqueauy Id br toe dealer at not less than fX6l so that they wha bny direct from a va rally 13X0 and get a better bg-y. Wa sir you itbr piano or Corning styls body, and tpringt or lirowiter aide-bar spring, narrow or wide traek. W. K or 1 Inch tin, all wool cloth or sennine leatbtr trim, snd fornlah th busty coo. plete with xtra heavy full, robber top, bnissel carpet, ttorm apron, boot, nickel dash rail, shaft, anti-rattlers, etc Painting I perfect nd equal to fii.CO bogcr painting. Wheelt are Barren that it will a! U many VVowill mora for ns. V epaelal price of We will ahlp ft O. B. of Kooky mountain on receipt of only Ji.oo ss m of It llttid at lowest wholesale prict- prfet to qu wear ana us,is lurnisi ceipi oj oniy iut o pamyoay i or expresss(a and at vloenct ik iha tne'la allnuunH n first 'pufehast ameuntlnjjto I99 orabova. Don't Rent ESTABLISH A HOME OF YOUR OWN Read "The Corn Belt," a handsome monthly paper, beautifully illustrated, containing exact and truthful Informs., tion about farm lands in the West, letters from farmers and pictures oi their homes, barns and stock. Inter esting and instructive. Send as cents in postage stamps for a year'a sub scription to "The Corn Delt," 309 Adams St., Chicago. SOLDIERS Add. Homestead O- S.s- I SU tJ rahu bUat. llroaoai ivmi is msn ns svres osiors o SS.IWS. snu M sou u. ttsitss a iu., an Hit su, wsi. (us, a. S A, N. K.-E 1788 wm:.v uitiTi.su tu AnvKHTitsuia l.eusa otMt Ihut ywu me th Advrltta. aaat la Uls a"