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Established In 1828. Deafness Cannot be Cured ' by local applications, as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear. There is ci.ly one \v»y to cure deafne.-n, and that is by constitutional remedies. DcafnePf* is caused by an inflamed condi tion of the mucoufi lining of the Eustach ian Tube. When this tube is inflamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing, and when it is entirely closed, Deafness is the result, and unless the in flammation can be taken out and this tube restored to its normal condition, hearing will l>e destroyed forever; nine cases out cf ten are canned by Catarrh, which is nothing but inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces. We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of Deafness (caused by catarrh) that cannot l>e cured by Mall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars', free. F. J. CHENEY CO., Toledo, 0. Sold by Druggists, 75c. Take Hall's Family Pills for constipa tion Brief News Items. Compiled for Hasty Read ers of the Intelligencer, the Acknowledged Offi cial Organ of Hontour County. The drowning season seems to have passed. The beginning of autumn is not al ways marked by cooler wcathor. The average politician is necessarily a genial and gentlemanly poison. The law seldom interferes with the citizon who respects and obeys it. The only way some people can get •long well together is to stay apart. Trespass notices for sale at this office. Two for sc, or 25c a dozen. A woman seldom stops to think when she is talking, because she never thinks to stop. Czar Nicholas says he wants the good will of his soldiers. That's about all he has left. A jury is a body of 12 men selected * to decide which of the contestants has the best lawyer. The difference between a saloon and and a cafe is that a jag costs more in one than in the other. A fence last* three years, a dog lasts three fences, a horse three dogs and a man three horses. The slump in New York stocks, cannot have been so bad, after all. Only one broker shot himself. "What is .Japan doing?" asks an exchange. Whatever it is, Japan is doing it and not talking about it. Grover Cleveland does not thiuk much of the average newspaper. He, no doubt patronizes a clipping bureau. What is nicer than a neat engraved calling card ? This office can furnish you the best. Call and see samples. The annual convention of the state Sabbath-school workers will beheld at Gettysburg, October 10, 11 and 12. Uncle Sam may be pardoned for proudly feeling his muscle after the victories athletes have won in Athens and Loudon. Chas. Shires, Esq., of Strawberry Ridge, while attending court in this city on Monday, gave us a pleasant business call. Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Noll, of Lewis burg, spent Saturday and Sunday visiting in this city, guests of D. A. Lutz and family. We do not need money ourselves, but the fellow we owe wants us to pay. Pay your subscription and help the other fellow out. It is estimated that the naval re view off Oyster Bay last month, cost nearly half a million. But even this is cheaper than a real war. The New York "400" crowd handles marriage on the department store plan: If you don't like your "purchase," vou can exchange it. See? More than one man who married that his wife might be the sunshine of his home finds her like the present day sunshine. She makes it hot for him. Too many young people depend on their father's money taking them through this world, and their mother's prayers making everything right for the next. The Eastern newspaper that so con fidently declares that Senator Piatt is the "last of the bosses" must have Senator Penrose classed with the sec tion hands. Those faces on the capital doors at Harrisburg should lie of brass. Then they would be so much nearer the types of Penusylvaniaus are supposed to represent. And when you recollect that they had 4,000 saloons in San Francisco, before the earthquake, you can im agine the suffering caused by the long dry spell since then. The man who gets mad at what the newspaper says about him should re turn thanks three times a day for what the newspaper knew about him and suppressed. Walking is now being prescribed for women who desire a complexion, but the majority of them will content themselves with walking as far as the drug store for it. This promises to be another one of those campaigns where the working man talks real plaintively about the wrongs of labor and theu winds up by voting tbe snnie old ticket. How soon will some wist! legislator introduce an amendment to the school laws increasing the number of school directors from six to seven, and thus avoid these exasperating deadlocks ? Mr. Rockefeller's declaration that he would give $20,000,000 for a growth of hair, simply brings back the old and profound trutli that there are some things that money cannot buy. Report all items of interest to this office. They will be appreciated, aud each item will help to make the paper that much more interesting. Not all the news can be secured but by your help the lion's share can l>e gathered, and that is what is wanted. All the UCWJ that news will be printed. 'I ho fulfillment of the Spring's pro mise is now with us and a bounteous one it is. William Sehooley, of Strawberry Ridge, gave us a pleasant call on ' Thursday, and renewed his subscrip tion. John Keinhold, of Lancaster, who ; was injured some woeks ago when his I team was struck by an engine at a I Pennsylvania railroad crossiug, has Bued that railroad for|2s,ooodamages. Messrs. J. C. Foulk and Thos. J. Bailey, two good, staunch Democrats of Schuyler, paid us a friendly call Wednesday morning, while in this city attending court. The family of Andrew Taminini, of Mount Oarmel.ate toadstools for mush rooms the other day and made a nar row escape from death. All were viol ently ill. David It. Francis says it looks like Bryan for the Democratic nomination. David certainly has a good looker. It not ouly looks like Bryan, but it feels, smells, tastes and sounds like him. Miss Krupp, daughter of the gun manufacturer, draws an annual in come of over $5,000,000, all of which goes to show that the universal dis armament idea is not making much material headway. The sto.k hovered around and about our house on Wednesday morn ing, but finally decided to leave a bjuncing baby b>y a:, our neighbors'. Now Prof. Dieff nhacher caniss his head erect and struts about tnc school room as proudly as a peacock. Saturday, Oct. 20, 'O6, James L. Bra mien, administrator of the estate of the late Patrick F. Braunen, de ceased, will sell on the premises at | Exchange, this county, personal prop erty, household goods, &c. McClellan Deihl, auct'r. See large bills. Josoph Hasson and Frank Lippiu cott, of Philadelphia, quarreled over a dollar which the latter owed the former, when Hasson struck Lippii,- oott, knocking him down. His head struck the crub and he received in juries which caused his death. At Belleville, N. J. Florence E. Loightou and/Charles M. Rituer sur prised the guests who had been invit ed to attend their wedding by an nouncing just as the preacher stopped up to tie tho knot that they had been married three mouths ago. "Rev. Peter C. McKnrue, rector of the Roman Catholic church at Mah -anoy City,Schuylkill county.is credit ed with the truthful declaration that daucing is tiie first step in the ruin of many a young girl's life. Ho will I not permit a girl who attends dances to teach in his Sunday school. In au address before the congregation Sous of Ziou at its place of worship iu New York, Sheriff's Counsel Mau rico 15. Blumenthal declared that American lyucliiugs have done much to delay the efforts now on foot to se cure justico to tho persecuted Jews of Russia. The manufacturer, in order to make sure of help when lie needs it is com pelled to arrange his work as to afford employment for bis men during tho season when trade is dull. If the farm er was able to do the same there would probably not be so much complaint of the scarcity of farm help. Twenty-three veterans of the civil war are in the United Slates Senate, of whom thirteen were Confederates. In the lower house are thirty-two who served in the Union army and thir teen were Confederates. The total of sixty-eight civil war soldiers in Con gress forty-one years after is a strik ing fact. ■\VANTEI):-by Chicago wholesale and mail order house, assistant manager (man or woman) for this county and adjoining territory. Salary S2O and expenses paid weekly; expense money advanced. Work pleasant; position permanent. No in vestment or experience required, Spare time valuable. Write at once for full particulars and enclose self-addressed en velope. Address, GEXEKAL MANAGER, 134 E. Lake St.. Chicago. 0-21 Saturday, Oct. 20, li)0G, the heirs of the late Sam'l Foust will sell the farm of 108 acres, on the premises, 1 East of Danville, atl :30 o'clock, a two-story frame dwelling, Bank Barn and other outbuildings. Good or chard and other fruit and two wells of water are on the place. See post ers. E. M. Haunty,au ctioueer. Thursday, Oct. 4, 1906, Sebina Troxell will sell on the premises on It. F. D. No. 5 about 6 miles from Danville, Cooper twp., this county, at 10 o'clock a. m., the farm of 76 acres aud 101 perches, on which are erected a two-story Frame Dwelling, Bank Barn, &c. M. Breckbill, auct'r. L. C. Mensch, Atty., Cata wissa. See bills. Just as we are ready togo to press we learn through a special dispatch from Phil'a., that Airs. Newbaker, wife of Hon. P. C. Newbaker, this city, has undergone a very successful operation, which is expected to great ly relieve her of the very severe af fliction she has suffered for the last seven or eight years. Her many friends will rejoice over the good news. UjTAinifK Cure Nervous uisease". —Dr. Oidmnn's Proscription- t roußtlions the ncr ves, Builds up worn out met aud woinou. Price 50 Cts. Two Large Stones Passed From Bladder. John Johnston, of E. 2d St., yrara bun been tax collector of wvlT tlmt city, writes: "About three . years auo I began to suffer with dreadful pains In my kidneys. I WAS 8180 at times very bilious, bnt Jam m I ray most serious trouble was with k ly.JjiL ray water. Sometimes I could Anllr» jfc hardly pass it, and when I did it IWMM 1 V* was attended with most excru dating Nothing helped DR. KENNEDY'S FAVORITE REMEDY fori heard no much about its Rood results. It helped me BO that I kept it up, and now I have not taken any fur a year and am in good health. I never have any palua, my appi-tite la good, and my old bllioue n«nß hue left me. During tho t III!.- I whi tak ing Favorite Itemedy 1 passed two quite large stones. anil 1 have never been trou bled with my bladder since." Write to Dr. David Kennedy's Sons, Tiondout, N. Y., for a free aample bottle of l)r. David Kennedy's Favorite Kemedy, the great Kidney. Liver and Blood , nwdicla* Large bottles SI,OO, at *ll druggists. Fall and Winter Opening. Thursday, Friday and Saturday, Sept. 27, 28 and 29, ISIOC. Come see the store at its best —on the brink of a new and most exacting season —brimming and overflowing with the new season's staples and novelties —ready to afford the greatest latitude of choice to the most exacting customers —ready to sat isfy every need and whim and READY TO HELP YOU SAVE MONEY. I'lan to come (Store only o]>en in evening on Saturday) when every depart ment will be displaying the new and the stylish. It will be well worth coming too, for on such occasions as on no other do you see such stylish garments and fabrics ou bold display. Ladies', Misses', Children's Garments. TAILORED SUITS, in neat checks anil pretty plaids semi or tig'it fitting jacket*. WINTER COATS liest and strongest line we have ever shown, the long coat, plaids. Most attractive line for girls and young ladies. FALL WAISTS, Mack and colored silk, figured madras, challies, mohairs in the season's vogue. Wool Dress Goods and Silks. The cream of the season in style will l>e exhibited, many in exclusive pat terns. Quiet stripes and invisible plaids. Broad Cloths and Chiffon Broad Cloth, Checks and Plaid Suitings in great variety of cooriogs and range of price. Plaid Silk Waist Patterns shown for the fir.-tt time, selections from the richest and l>est in the market—nothing so stylish as these elsewhere in town. Dress Trimmings and Notion Fancies. On full display and exceptionally extensive and beautiful lino of these helps to make the costume attractive. The wide liberal gatherings gives such a wide selection only surpassed by city stores Braids and narrow bands at all prices, New ribbons in plaids, stripes, and floral designs 5c up to 50c. Laces in the most up-to-date patterns, Fancy collars, Inilts and hand bags, dainty hoisery, combs, jewelery in new designs. Carpets and Rugs. The opening display of the Full Patterns will greet every visitor to this de partment. Have now received our full stocks complete anil are pleased to tell you we can offer our Carpets at pratieally 110 higher price than heretofore—this alone will save you 10c a yard.' Sayonneries and Axministers, Moquettes and Velvets, Body Brussels and Tapestries, Ingrain and Kag Carpets. Bugs in all sizes and qualities. Curtains, Shades, Oilcloth and Linoleum. Extra Special on Under Skirts, $1.75 and $1.50 Values, 98c. Beginning Saturday morning the greatest skirt bargain offered this season. Black Mercerized Sat teen of extra good quality. Have 12 and 15 inch flounces, some with 4 small ruffles and dust ruffle others with fancy trimmings and dust ruffles on flounce. While they last at 98c, all sizes. Low Prices on Sewing Machines. We do not make our living Felling machines as do agents, only charge a small department store profit—that's why they aie c heaper then agents prices. Notice, we sell a regular 45.00 Singer Machine for 'Art. oo, drop head,s drawers. Other good makes every one guaranteed and with full set of attachments Box Top, 15.00; Drop Head, 18.00, 18.50, 20.00 25.00 and 35.00. We sell them on easy weekly or monthly payments if desired. Saturday Basement Specials. One lot Embroidery and Insertion, kinds that were 8, 10 and 15c yard at .3c yard One lot Laces and Insertion, that regularly sold at 5 and 10c yard will be lc yard. Lot 10 and 15c Silk Ribbons, various colors and widths, togo at 5c yard. White Cotton Waistings—Half Price. We find a good many small pieces, some slightly soiled and mussed from handling, as business policy they must be closed out so half price is the rule. 30c qualities tor 10], 25c qualities for 12Ac. Specials on Shoes. 2.00 Ladies' Shoes 1.40 line vici kid, extension sole, blueher, lace, all sizes, 2J up to 7. 1.00 Misses' Shoes, 75c. For a gir l's school shoe these are just the thing, ex tension sole, good weight, low heel, reliable quality of leather. Blanket Time Near. Cotton Blankets so much in preference to chilly sheets, a full stock from 25c each to 1.50 pair. Woolen Blankets from 3.00 to 10.00 pair. Comforts in many colors and designs from 89c up to 5.00 each. Good Muslin Offerings. About 2(H) yards of a good muslin at 5Ac, worth every bit of 7c yard. Another lot of 8 cent Unbleached mutlin at Ojc. A Wide Sheeting, unbleached at 20c, worth 2ijc. New Line Post Cards. The "County Fair," what you see there, entirely new, very amusing, 2 for 5e All other kinds for sale here. Candies and Peanuts. Better values and purer qualities here than what Fair stauds sell. Many va rieties of candy at 10, 12 and 15c lb. Salted Peanuts and Pretzels 5 and be bag. $1.50 Counterpanes, $1.19. Full double bed size, good weight and texture, ready hemmed for use, pretty patterns. Basement Specials. These prices good for all next week until Oct. 0. 50c Sugar Bowls, 25c, decorated and gold lined. 10c Dinner Plates, sc, tinely decorated. Lot China Dinner, decorated, worth 2.00 doz. at 1.00 doz. or 10c each for less. 49c Granite Dish Pans, 29c, large size. 4 and (i quart Cooking Kettles with lid and handle usually 40 or 50c at 25c. Flower Pots Special each one with saucer, liest goods. 5c kind, 5 inch size, 3 for 10c; 10c and 15c kinds 0, 7 and 8 inch size at 3 for 25c. 75c dozen in Glass Tumblers, full size, banded sides, nsual 35c quality will 1)0 20c doz on 0 for 10c. 5.00 Oil Stoves, Heaters, 2.50, kind that will not smell of oil or smoke. 10.00 Washing Machines, 7.50, works same as ISHX) has wringer attachments 7.50 Washer, 5.00, only one of these at this price. Majestic Washer, ti.oo, is guaranteed easiest running washer made. Scrap or Waste Paper Baskets, fancy shapes. 29c kinds will l>e lite. 30c kinds will lie 20c. 50 and 00 kinds will be 39c 89c kinds will lie 65c. 1.19 kinds will be 87c. Fancy Sewing Baskets. 10 and 15c kinds for Bc, 2 for 15c. 25 and 29c kinds for 19c. 39c kinds for 29c. 50 and (10c kinds for 39c. 75c kinds for 00c. 90c kinds for 07c. Grocery Specials, Saturday and Monday, Sept. 29 and Oct. Ist. Full Roller Flour, 50 lbs., 90c; 25 lbs., 45c. Sehreyer's Gilt Kdge Flour, 50 lbs., 95c, or 25 lbs. 49c. Mackerel, nice, fat and bright will be 5c each. 10c cakes baking Chocolate, sc, pure and good. Fine yellow mealy Sweet Potatoes, 20c peck. Mother's Oats, made from new oats. 3 packs 25c. Closing out quart Jars at 3!tc, Tin Cans, 2l)o dozen. Schreyer Store Co. Front Si. -- MILTOS. PA. -- Elm Si. At last a return to more endurable weather. The political tonrist is entitled to the sympathetic attention of his audit ors. The child who always has his own way is likely to havo a wretchod man hood. The formal dedication of the State capitol is the next interesting Penn sylvania oveut. Tho privileges of citizenship in a free country also involve some weighty responsibilities. The citizen who pays his own poll tax is under no obligation to candid-1 atcs or politicians. One should always verify every re port affecting a neighbor's reputation before helping to spread it. The politician who accepts defeat simiugly aud turns into work for the ticket will live to wiu some other • day. The comiup; of frosty mornings can not bo mnoli longer delayed. drive through the country those days is really worth while. Political lines are gradnally form ing and the end is at hand. Somo of our people are already be coming interested in the dedication of the State capitol. Rurgess Oollor, of Pottstown, Is try ing to reform the drunkards of that town who are brought before him by inducing them to sign the pledge. | Mount Joy is the home of Mrs. 1 Elizabeth Lehman, who 1b 103 years old, aud yet was vigorous enough to attend a funeral the other day, accom panying the cortege to the cemetery. Mary Douglass, a 15-year-old negro girl employed as a nurse in a Chester family, has been arrested for making a piu cushion out of the baby. Four teen common pins and one safety wero taken out of the ohlld. ' Dietrich Found Guilty of Murder in Second Degree Yesterday (Thursday) morning at 10 o'clock the jury ou the Peter Dietrich murder cise, after being out for eigh teen hours, agreed upon a verdict of guilt}' of murder in the secoud degree. Council for the defense moved for arrest in judgment and anew trial, reasons to he filed within four days. Council for defense moved that prisoner be admitted to bail during the four days, during which time reason to be filed. Council for Commonwealth objected because a motion for a new trial was asked. Judge set Saturday morning at 10 o'clock for argu ment for new trial. Over-Work Weakens Your Kidneys. Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood. All the blood in your body passes through your kidneys once every three minutes. fThe kidneys are your blood purifiers, they (li ter out the waste or Impurities in the blood. If they are sick or out of order, they fail to do their work. Pains, achesandrheu matism come from ex cess of uric acid in the blood, due to neglected kidney trouble. Kidney trouble causes quick or unsteady heart beats, and makes one feel as though they had heart trouble, because the heart is over-working in pumping thick, kidney poisoned blood through veins and arteries. It used to be considered that only urinary troubles were to be traced to the kidneys, but now modern science proves that nearly all constitutional diseases have their begin ning In kidney trouble. If you are sick you can make no mistake by first doctoring your kidneys. The mild and the extraordinary effect of Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, the great kidney remedy is soon realized. It stands the highest for Its wonderful cures of the most distressing cases and is sold on Its merits <r-y" by all druggists in fifty cent and one-dollar siz-3 es. You may have a sample bottle by mail Home of Bwamjvßoot. free, also pamphlet telling you how to find out if you have kidney or bladder trouble. Mention this paper when writing Dr. Kilmer & Co., Blnghamton, N. Y. Don't make any mistake, but remember the name Rwatnp-ltnot, nr. 1)11 r's Swamp limit, ami t he address, Him.'hamton, N. Y., on every hottle. There is no Use Fighting Nature. Dr. Kennedy's Favorite Remedy does nothing of that kind. It acts tenderly and in sympathy with what Na'.tire is trying to accomplish. Do you have trouble with your digestion, your liver or kidneys? Does rheu matism pain and ruck you ? Is your head thick and heavy? It will charm away these ailments almost ere you are aware. Half Fare Rates to Willliimsport. The great Indian-State College foot-ball match at Williamsport, Sat urday, October 112!, 190<». Half fare rates on all the railroads. The Jamestown Exposition, near Norfolk, Va., next year, will lie open longer than any similar enterprise yet held in the United States. It is to run from April 25 to November 30— seven months and five days. Alexander Alcorn, of Philadelphia, ivas found dead the other niglit, in restigation showing that lie choked to leath by hanging his head over the iharp edge of his high collar. A Ceitol i Cure for Aching Feel. Allen's Foot-Ease, n powder; cures Tired, Veiling, Sweat In#, Swollen 112« «t. Sample sent 'WOE. also Sample of FOOT-EASK SANITARY JoKN-i'Ait, a new invention. Address, Allen i. Olmsted, Leßoy, N. Y. Mooresburg Items. We are glad to learn that Eli ?uuk, who was seriously ill, is ira lroving. Quite a number of our young peo >le attended the services at Center ihurch Sunday evening, A social will be given by the Mis ionary Society of the Presbyterian ihurch at the home of Henry Siming on, Friday evening. Mr. Lauraaster, of Danville, will :onduct the service "at the l'resbyter an church of this place, Sunday p. n. at 3 o'clock. Wm. G. Eord, our genial mercli int, is quite busy this week unloading 'ertelizer. Quite a number of our citizens and neti of the surrounding vicinity are ittending court this week. E. Bower is very busy lnakiug :ider now, the crop of apples seeming ilentiful. Mrs. Geo. Mensch and sister Bessie (Vaguer, are visiting their parents in Jamdeu, N. J. Mrs. Beck and Mrs. Hill, of Mil on, were visitors at the home of tlenry Wohlheiters this week. I |U D ni[K CURE CONSTIPATION famous Prescrip tion porinnnontly cure* Constipation. Uilioue uess. Sick lloadacho. Price 25 CcnU. Pottsgrove Items. Mrs. S. D. Robbins, of Milton, iml formely of this place, died at Dr. S'utt's hospital, Williamsport. The 'uneral took place 011 Sunday after -10011 from her late home in Milton. Services were conducted by Ivcv. T. 3. Stern, of Turbotville. Interment vas made in Watsontowu cemetery. Mrs. Robbins is survived by her lius mnd and two small children. Mfs. Catharine Webb and daugli ;er, Elsie, of Altooua, spent Sunday mil Monday with friends in this ilace. Mrs. Mary Dyer of Danville, epetit Sunday with relatives in this place. Mr. Harry Cros.-ley attended the Hughesville fair last week. A number of people of this place ittended the Alleutown fair last ivcek. Messrs. Charles Harden, William Long and Roy Kelly have accepted positions at Montgomery. Mr. Frank Linder, of Miltou, was iu town on Saturday eveniug. OASTO XT. I -A. . Be»n ih. A ll» Kind You Have Always Bought Pensioning Tescheifc. Tlie project of pensioning school teachers who have spent their lives in a most useful ami important pu!>li( service, has often been proposed an« now a bill for the retirement of veter an school teachers upon a pension will be discussed at a meeting to be held in Harrisburg, in October, at which representatives from every county in the state will be in attendance. Tin object of the conference is to frame » bill which shall establish an age limit for teachers who shall have served in their profession a stipulated numbei of years and their retirement upon pension. The committee has collected data on the subject but lias not as yet outlined the bill. A campaign will be inaugurated in all counties of the slate in favor of the proposed legisla tion. This subject has been before Direct ors' conventions several times for dis cussion. LOW RATE NIAGARA FALLS EXCUR SIONS. Popular ten-day excursions to Niagara Falls will be run by the Pennsylvania Railroad Company 011 Friday October 12 Special trains of parlor cars, coaches and dining car will start from Philadelphia and Washton. Niagara Falls, Niagara Gorge, the Whirlpool and Kapids never lose their absorbing interest to the American peo ple. For illustrated booklet and full infoi mation apply to nearest ticket agent. The upper portion of an apple tree at the Price farm, near West Chester, is covered with blossoms while ripe fruit hangs iu large quantities from the lower limbs. Mere Is Relief for Women. if you liave pains in the buck, Urinary llllidderor Kidney trouble, amt want a eer lain, peasant herb euro for woman's ills try Mother liray's AUSTRALIAN-' KAK. It is a srUV and nevi i-raiiing monthly regulator. At Druggist# or by mall otlf. sample package I'lll'iK. Addre.-s, The Mother limy Co., Le- Koy, N. Y. BEQUESTS OF HEARTS. •"lie Dying Wish of Droce and tfce Pate of Douglas. Bequests of hearts have been by no means uncommon. Itichard Coeur do Lh>n bequeathed his heart to the can ons of lloueu cathedral, and In July, IS3S, this remarkable relic was once again brought to light after the lapse of six centuries. The heart, which Is said to have been surprisingly large, was Inclosed In boxes of lead and sli ver and withered, as It was described, to the semblance of a faded leaf. Bruce's heart was by his dying wish Intrusted to Douglas to fulfill a vow which he hud been unable to execute In person of visiting the sepulcher of Christ. Douglas, "tender and true," promised to fulfill his sovereign's last request and after Bruce's death, hav ing received the heart Incased In a cas ket of gold, set forth upon his mission. Proceeding to Spain, however, he fell In the thick of a fight with the Moors, having previous to his final chnrge cast the heart of Bruce from his breast, ■when he carried It Into the ranks of the Infldols, crying, "Onward as thou wert wout; Douglas will foll»w thee!" Bruce's heart was afterward recovered by Sir Simon Lockbart, by whom It was brought to Scotland and buried along with the bones of Douglas In the abbey of Melrose. When the remains of Bruce were disinterred at Dunferm line In ISI9 the breastbone was found sawed through so as to permit of the removal of the heart MAN WANTED ! somewhere near Danville, to assist us in showing and selling properties. No experience neces sary, if willing to let 11s teach you the real estate business. Salary sf>o.oo a month, to honest mail, willing to devote part of his time to this business. Co operative I.and Co., Andrus Bldg., Min neapolis, Minn. "THE GREAT SECRET." September 15, 1906. One of the most runarkable stories written in recent times and which will create n big sensation, will begin in "THE PHILADELPHIA SUN DAY PRESS" on September 30. "The Great Secret," by E. Phillips Oppeuheim, is one of the best stories that has ever been published in any newspaper, and as "THE SUNDAY PRESS" has sent a standard of ex cellence iu this respect, this new story will be looked for with great interest. During the past year "THE PHILADELPHIA SUNDAY PRESS" has printed a great story by Conan Doyle, which was received with tremendous interest, and "Sophy of Kravonia," by Anthony Hope, also attained tremendous popularity. Immense sums of money are paid for these stories, and they are secured ex clusively for"THE PHILADEL PHIA SUNDAY PRESS." You cauuot read them iu any other way; they are not published iu book form. Be sure and get "THE PHILADEL PHIA SUNDAY PRESS" 011 Sep tember 30, and begin reading "The Great Secret," "THE PHILADEL PHIA SUNDAY PRESS" is also tilled full of very interesting features and the tremendous gains made by it are the result of its excellence iu every department. Tell your news dealer to serve "THE PHILADEL PHIA SUNDAY PRESS" to your home. Calendars for 1907. The Intelligencer office has received a full and complete line of samples oi line art calendars, and we are read} to take your orders for 1907. Bt sure to call and learn our prices be fore placing your order. Designs o1 every description to select from. Remember, we lead and others fol ow. numHBHHBMBBM The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been in use for over 30 years, has borne the signature of and has been made under his per f sonal supervision since its infancy. Allow no one to deceive you in this. All Counterfeits, Imitations and " Just-as-good" are but Kxperimcnts that trifle with and endang-cr the health of lul'ants and Children —Experience against Experiment. What is CASTORIA Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. Its ago is its guarantee. It destroys Worms * and allays Fevcrishncss. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea—The Mother's Friend. GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years. TM« CKNTAUH COMPANY, T» MURRAY CTACKT, NEW YORK CITY. STUART A DODGER IN PUBLIC SERVICE (Continued Irom page 2) additional reasons for the discreet ab- < sence of the man then expecting the mayoralty, and now the governorship. By the way, Mr. Stu&it is a remark- : ably healthy man, and nobody would think of suggesting sickness as an ex- : cuse for either his absence or his countless cases of dodging. Rarely Did He Commit Himself. December 27, present but not voting on bill to let a certain brewer lay rail road sidings. Stuart voted just ahead of and just after thin ticklish moasure. February 21, 1889 (getting close to the time for setting up the pins for the mayoralty canvass), street railway ex tension before the chamber, together with frame building erection, but no vote from Stuart on these matters, al though he was present. March 21, John M. Mack's Vulcanite Paving company's bill under consideration, with Stuart present but not voting. One of the things that used to raise trouble in Philadelphia was the voting of city land at reasonable prices to the Uni versity of Pennsylvania, but when such propositions came before select coun cil, Stuart sat mum during the voting as well as the talking. But this record must be cut off here for the present. It was an exceptional day when Stuart was caught commit ting himself on any issue that might prevent him from having an entirely colorless public record. Suffice it to say, until time for the next install ment, that Stuart became more and more cautious, if that were possible, as the mayoralty primaries of the Febru ary campaign of 1891 approached. 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