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DAUGIITER WAS CURED By Lydia E. Plnkhiam's Vegetable Compound Baltimore, Md.--"I send you here. with the picture of my fifteen year old ...... daughter Anlce, who was restored to it[ 1;.li.health by Lydia E. 'ii Pinkham's Vegeta. ble Compound. She ilwas pale, with dark cic circles u n d e r her S eyes, weak and irri. €:ii table. Two different doctors treated her ..:. and called it Green -'.,' Sickness, but she S.: ;.., grew worsu all the time. Lydia E.Pink. ham's Vegetable Compound was rec. ommended, and after taking three bot tles she has regained her health, thanks to your medicine. I can recommend it for all female troubles."-Mrs. L. A. CORKsAN, 1103 Rutland Street, Balti. more, Md. Hundreds of such letters from moth. ers expressing their gratitude for what Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com. pound has accomplished for them have been received by the Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine Company, Lynn, Mass. Young Girls, Heed This Advice. Girls who are troubled with painful or irregular periods, backache, head. ache, dragging-down sensations, faint. ing spells or indigestion, should take y immediate action and be restored to s health by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege., 5 table Compound. Thousands have been c ~estored to health by its use. Write to Mrs. Pinkham, Lynr4 MIass., for advice, free. "Where will you reside?" asked h the reporter of the young bridal couple. t "At the Old Manse," replied the erstwhile Miss Millions. And this is the way the item ap- d peared: "Mr. IHardup and his bride, who was the former Miss Millions, have returned y from their honeymoon. They will live at the old man's." a Housework Drudgery Housework is drudgery for the weak woman. She brush es,, dusts and scrubs, or is on her feet all day attending to the many details of the household, her back aching, her temples throbbing, nerves quivering under the stress of pain, possibly dizzy feelings. Sometimes rest in bed is not refreshing, because the poor tired nerves do not per mit of refreshing sleep. The real need of weak, nervous women is satisfied by Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription. It Makes Weak Women Strong and Sick Women Well. This "Preserlption" removes the cause of women's weaknesses, heals Inflam mation and ulceration, and cures those tranquilizes the nerves, encourages the appetite and Induces restful sleep. Dr. Pierce is perfectly willing to let every one know what his " Favorite Prescription" contains, a complete list of ingredients on the bottle-wrapper. Do not let any unscrup ulous druggist persuade you that his substitute of unknown composition is "just as good" in order that he may make a bigger profit. Just smile and shake your head I Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets cures liver ills. Revolver and Pistol_- i CARTRIDGES THE uniform ignition, due to perfection of famous /1 -L1M C primer, makes for sure-fire, accuracy and penetration. They minimize personal hazard. Individually made, tested and guaranteed for all stand ard pistols and revolvers. , Recommended by leading manufacturers. ý /fat LMC-the perfect shooting combination. REMINGTON ARMS.UNION METALLIC CARTRIDGE CO. 299 Broadway, New York City. W. L. DOUCLAS. '2,50,'3.00, '3.50 & '4.00 SHOES WOMEN wear W.LDouglas stylish, perfect fitting, easy walking boots, because they give .......... long wear, same as W.L.Douglas Men's shoes. THE STANDARD OF QUALITY FOR OVER 30 YEARS The workmanship which has madeW. L. Douglas shoes famous the world over is maintained in every pair. If I could take you into my large factories at Brockton, Mass., and show you how carefullyW.L.Douglas shoes are made, you would then understand why they are war- . ranted to hold their shape, fit better and . wear longer than any other make for the price c CAUTION The genuine have W. L. nouglas name and price stamped on bottom If you cannot obtain W. L. Douglas shoes in your town, write for catalog. Shoes sent direct ONE PAIR of my BOYS' $2,82.50 or 1 front factory to wearer, all charges prepaid. W.L. 83.00 SHOES Will positively outwear DOUGLAS, 145 Spark St., Brockton, Mass. TWO PAIRS of ordinary boys'shoes FASHION: HINTS The gown is an all-over embroidered batiste, white-with-light-blue pattern. The upper part of the sleeve is of plain blue batiste, tucked closely. Howard E. Burton, Assayer and Chemist, ,eadville, Colorado. Specimen prices: Gold, lilver, Lead, $1.00; Gold, Silver, 75c; Gold, ec; Zinc or Copper, $1.00. Mailing en* elopes and full price list sent on application. )ontrol and Umpire work solicited. Refer nce: Carbonate National Bank. "Bronson has gone to Europe for his Lealth." "How did he lose his Lealthl'" "Earning the money to go o Europe. "-Boston Transcript. Mothers will find Mrs. Winslow's Soothing yrup the best remedy to use for their chil ren during the teething period. Mrs. Hoyle-What sort of a man did on get? Mrs. Doyle-He was a blond man with brunette heart. WORK OF GEN. BOOTH'S ARMII £alvationlsts Give an Impressive E1* hibit In London, Depicting Scones From Life. London.-Ten thousand people at* tended the demonstration given re cently by the, Salvation Army at the Albert hall. Old, white hatied and almost blind, General Booth presided in person. "Only with my inner sight have I been able to witness these transformations and miracles that the love of God has wrought," he said after patiently sitting through the dif ferent scenes that were played before an attentive and interested audience. First was depicted a night on the Thames embankment at one 6f the army's shelters. Gradually the great arena in the hall filled with hundreds of destitute and homeless men, to Gen. William A. Booth. whom food and encouragement were given by the officers present, in illus tration of their nightly task in various cities. The same men were seen later busily sorting out great sacks of waste paper, showing how employment of some description was found for even the most unpromising material. Work among the little ones was demonstrated by a parade of forty gray gowned, white capped nurses, carrying in their arms tiny babies, some only a week or two old and many of them prison born. A crowd of hungry, ragged children followed, dancing round an Italian hurdy-gurdy and fighting and playing with each other. Food and coffee were distrib uted to the boys and girls, who had been brought up from the slums that very afternoon as actual specimens of the raw material upon which the army is working. Then came the children of "The Nest," as the girls' home at Clapton is called. As the neatly dressed brigade, consisting of about fifty lit. tie girls-all of whom have been res. cued from drunken and brutal parents -trooped into the hall, where they danced and formed themselves into a zareba, loud applause resounded throughout the building. A number of woman officers followed, visiting womr an prisoners in Jail-realistic demon. strations being given of refractory cases who refused to go back to their cells. The industrial and land colony at t Hadleigh, Essex, where more than 1,000 acres of land is being farmed and intensive garden culture is car ried on, was represented by a pro cession of gardeners, beekeepers, shep herds, poultry and dairy farmers, car. ying poultry or dairy produce, fruits t or vegetables or the implements of a their labor. The farm proper carries f more than 1,000 head of horses, cattle, , sheep and lambs and pigs, grows large t quantities of grain and roots and will soon be busy haymaking and harvest. ing. The work of the emigration depart. ment was also indicated by means of tableaux and statistics were given showing that the army now carries on its social agencies in fifty-six coun. tries and preaches salvation in thirty. nine languages, while it possessea 954 social institutions, 621 day schools and d twelve military and naval homes, in u addition to more than 100,000 officers c of all ranks. t JAIL IS A SURE ENOUGH JUG Bastile at Mansfield, Mo., Needs Only a Handle to Be the Real Thing. Mansfield, Mo.-"Jug" as used to describe the city Jail at Mansfield, scarcely could be considered a word of slang. For the Mansfield jail, built of solid concrete in the proportions of a huge jug, needs only a handle and The Mansfield "Jug." he change from a door to a neck and ,ork to make it a jug in fact. Perhaps t doesn't matter a great deal, any -.y, for the jail isn't often used, and t was just as well to put a little lense of humor in the structure. .THRONS COME TO SEE MUNYO d SURPRISING NUMBER 01 VISITORS SHOWS INTEREST IN EXPERT, e Local Folk Testify-Stomach Trouble Conquered and Rheumatism e Pangs Overcome. a One of the most remarkable feat o ures about Prof. J. M. Munyon is the extraordinary amount of attention hE has attracted. Here and all over the country, the immense crowds thai have been flocking to see him, and the large quantity of mail he receiver daily at his headquarters, Munyon'i Laboratories, 53d and Jefferson Sts. Philadelphia. He receives mail anc visitors from every city in the United States and Canada. Most notable ih the fact that rich and poor come tc him alike, and a few hours spent at the side of the physician is a most in teresting study in human nature. Many remarkable cases of relief se. cured were related at the store this week. One was that of a man who had suffered from indigestion and stomach trouble for more than ten years. He said: "I think I had one of the worst cases of stomach trouble on record. I could not digest anything I ate. Food fermented in my stomach and formed gas, which passed out in the abdomen and up under my heart, and at times made me su er so badly I expected to die. I had intense headaches and fre quent attacks of dizziness, and I grew short of breath when I attempted to walk up stairs. I was also much con stipated. I came here a short while ago and took Munyon's full course of stomach treatment. Now I must ad mit I feel like a new man. I can eat anything I want with no distress after ward, and all of the other symp tonms of my trouble have disappeared. I notice particularly that my head is much clearer and my brain works bet ter. I am full of ambition and energy and enjoy life hugely. I can never tell how glad I am that I had the good sense to try this Munyon treatment." Another enthusiastic visitor was a woman who declared that her mother had been relieved of rheumatism in a most remarkable manner. She said: "'My mother was flat on her back in bed with rheumatism, sciatic, muscu lary and inflammatory. Dojtors had pronounced her case almost incur able and we had about given up hope of her ever being able to walk again. I procured a treatment for her from one of these Munyon doctors, and 'oday she is able to get about the house with perfect ease and can go outdoors, and in fact, do anything that a woman of her age might be expected to do. The rheu matic pains and inflammation have en tirely disappeared. I think this Mun yon treatment is a positive wonder worker." Letters addressed to Prof. J. M. Munyon Personally, 1kunyon's Labora tories, 53d and Jefferson Sts., Phila delphia, Pa., or callers who apply at that address, will receive free medical advice. There is not a penny to pay for the fullest and most painstaking medical examination. You are made to feel, whether by personal inter view, or letter, that the advice is ab solutely free and you are not under any obligation to follow it. Railway Situation in China. Participation by American capitalists in the new Chinese loans is causing closer study to be made into the pros pects for railway building in that em pire. Consul General George E. An derson of HIongkong has just contrib uted a comprehensive report on this subject, which has been published by the bureau of manufactures of the de partment of commerce and labor as special consular report No. 48, with the title, "Railway Situation in China." Copies can be secured from the bureau. There has been no single greater ob stacle to the development of central China than the lack of facilities for communication. The recent imperial decree, issued with a view to national izing the trunk lines of the empire and the $30,000,000 Hukuang railway, by which it is expected to rush to comple tion most of the important railway lines of central China, augur well for the extension of foreign trade into the remote interior. Americans are not only taking part of the Hukuang loan, but also of the $50,000,000 government loan just agreed on at Peking, and will probably participate in a further loan of $20,000,000 to be made in ease cer tain railroad plans are carried out. The consul general reports in regard to all these lines proposed, from Manchuria to Thibet. One day a grocer addicted to stutter ing, but who had also a sense of humor, net a friend on the street and asked: "H-a-l-loa, Ned, c-a-n you g-give r-m-me f-f-fiteen m-m-minutest" "Certainly," replied the friend. 'What is itf" "I w-w-want to have f-f-five m-m minutes' t-t-talk with you." Doctor-You're very run down in deed. You mustn't take any violent exercise of any sort. For instance, you mustn't er-er-what are you? Patient-I am an anarchist. Doctor-Woll, you mustn't-er-er throw any bombs for a long time. Substitutes for Rubber. Rubber cansumption has kept so clos on the heels of rubber production an price of the gum has risen so rapidi; in the last few years that nothin; could be more welcome to the many facturers of rubber goods and the moto car people than the discovery of a syn thetip rubber or some practicable sub stitifte for rubber. From time to time announcement i made that such substitute has beei found, but the manufacturers and other interested are always skeptical. Some time ago considerable interes was aroused by the report that th, British scientist, Weichmann, had made a rubber from the seed of a Sout] American palm known as taqua nuts IHe extracted the vegetable albumen compounded it with an animal albumei and a suitable solvent, producing, i was claimed, a hard rubber which hai all the tensile strength and other goo( qualities of rubber except that it wil not stand the action of water ani chemical agents. This difficulty, in turn, has, it is as sorted, been overcome by compounding it again with a condensed product ol phenol and formaldehyde. This mate rial again may be compounded with ai many substances as native rubber. Another substitute is proposed i; Germany. Five hundred parts of ery throne are dissolved in benzine and the solutioh is heated for 10 hours at a temperature of 150 degrees centigrade A steam distillation then removes the solvent and the elastic substance thai remains closely resembles rubber. RED CROSS BALL BLUE. The blue that is all blue. Best for washing because it makes the clothes clear and white, lasts longer than liquid blue and produces better results. Avoid liquid bluing because it is only a weak solution of blue in an ex pensive package. RED CROSS BALT BLUE is sold everywhere. Price 10c, ASK YOUR GROCER. An Irishman with one side of his face badly swollen stepped into Dr. Wicten's office and inquired if the den tist was in. "I am the dentist," said the doctor. "Well, then, I want ye to see what's the matter wid me tooth." 'I'The doctor examined the offending molar, and explained: "The nerve is dead; that's what's the matter." "Thin, be the powers!" the Irish. man exclaimed, "the other teeth must eli houldin' a wake over it!!" A slight cold is not taken seriously enough and too often neglected. Isn't it better to cure that cold right up with llnmlins Wizard Oil than to let it run into P'neumonia or Consumption? "Is this the newspaper office?" in quired Mr. Titmouse. "It is," responded the man at the desk. "Didn't this paper say I was a liar?" "It did not." "Didn't it say I was a scoundrel?" "Jt did not." "Well, some paper said it." "Possibly it was our contemporary down lhe street," suggested the editor, as he picked up a paper weight. "This paper never prints stale news." Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets regulate and invigorate stomach, liver and bow els. Sugar-coated, tiny granules, easy to take as candy. "Is that you, Frank?'" asked Mrs. Tippins, in a nervous voice, as she heard someone moving about in the darkn i ess. "It is," replied Mr. Tippins. "You gave me such a shock. I thought at first there was a man in the house." There wouldn't be _half as much pleasure in eating on a ning car if the passenger couldn't look out of the win dow at poor folks and say in his mind, "Dare you, you can't do this." IF YOU SUFFER from a bad stomach, inactive liver, consti pated bowels, you should try HOSTETTER'S STOMACH BITTERS It is absolutely pure, safe and reli able and will always do the work. TRY IT TODAY CALIFORNIA Irrigated railroad lands at j price to settlers, on railroad and close to large market centers. Fruit, alfalfa and vineyard farms. 10, 20 and 40 acre tracts. Chicken'ranches. Write for'full particulars. Mount & Aitken, 9206th St., - Secramento, Cal A Tonic, Miºerative and Resolvent. The best remedy for Kidneys. Liver and Bowels. ]redicates Pimp leru ious and Disorders Sthe skin. asurife t e Blood and gives Toie, Strength and Vigor to the entire system. Sp. N. U. ' 1 No. 36 iFreefrom Alcohol Since May, 1006, Ayer's Sar saparilla has been entirely free from alcohol. If you are in poor health, weak, pale, nerv e ous, ask your doctor about tak ia ng this non-alcoholic tonic and alterative, If he has a better medicine, take his. Get the best always. This is our advice. t We publish our formulas 3 We banish aloohol from our medioines A4z~ers 5 urgte you to dootor A sluggish liver means a coated tongue, a bad breath, and constipated bowels. The question is, "What is the best thing to do under such circumstances?" AsN your doctor if this is not a good answer: 'Take laxative doses of Ayer's Pills." -'Made by the J. 0. Ayer Co., Lowell. Massu. $50 for a Trademark $25 for a Motto The Continental Life Insurance & Invest ment Company Offers These Prizes: q This is a solid, strong, vigorous, grow ing WESTERN COMPANY, which INVESTS ITS FUNDS in the WEST, to help the communities which pay the premiums. It writes the most liberal life insurance policy on the market, including sickness and accident benefits. q The company wishes a DISTINCT IVE TRADE MARK, illustrative of its character, scope and purpose. q Also it desires a Striking MOTTO or catch phrase. The prize offered is open to everybody, without restrictions. q Contest closes September 30. Q For further particulars, address (men tioning this paper) W. F. Penwill, Dist. Supt. Agts. Eagle Block, Spokane or The Continental Life Insurance & Invest ment Company W. H. Cuanningham, General Manager McCornick Block, Salt Lake City, Utah S1oe P olihessa PlTnet in Quality. larleot in Varlety •hey meet every requirement for cleanilg ad • polishing shoes of all kinds and colors. GILT EDGE the only ladies shoe dressing that positively contains OIL. Blacks and Polishes ladies' and children's boots and shoes, shines without rubbing, 25e. "French Gloss," 10c. DANDY combination for cleaning and polishing all kinds of russet or tan shoes, 25c. "Star" size, 100. QUICK WHIIT'E makes dirty cnnvas shoes clean and white. In liquid form so it can be qulckly anid easily applied. A sponge in every package, so always ready for use. Two sizes, 10 and 25 cents. If your dealer does not keep the kind yosu want, send us his adldress and the price in stamps for a full size package. WHITTEMORE BROS. & 0O., 20.26 Albany St., Cambrldge! Mass. Th Oldest anld Largest Manuyacrers of Shoe Polishes tin the World. TRADE MARK S. EB. COUGH AND CONSUMPTION REMEDY THE OLD & RELIABLE REMEDY FOR CHRONIC & RECENT COUGHS, HORSENESS. BRONCHITIS, INFLUENZA AND0 COLDS. PRICE 25 AND 50 CENTS ASK YOiUR DOLALR S. B. MEDICINE MPFG. CO. PORTLAND, ORE. RAISE FRUIT ass ERRIES IN YIln IWN SlOUEN Teo WIN tedslse yser cost of living; have fresher. better products; add to life's enjoym.ent eohanee your property's value; feel better, look better, sleep better. is better We sell trees, shrubs. buoshes, vines, plasnta o the theory thbat "good plants well rooted make good friends well suited.". TAIt VALLEY URSER Co. Toppealsh Washington ,v, PATENTSI hIVE YOU 0. 0. MARTIN, , AND FREE avies. 4o0 Ohatber Oommerse WrIt for InfoHaln PORTLAND, ORBr. -l - . h .Quickly End Weak. %ore Ew. . PUTNAM FADELESS DYES Color more goods brighter and faster colors than any other dye. One 10o package colors silk, wool and cotton equally welland is guaranteed to give . erfect results. Ask dealer, or we send poet paid at 10c a package. Write for free booklet, how to dye, bleach and mix colors. MONROE DRUG CO., Quincy, Illnoia.