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CsUkHshcd In I Ml. Deafness Cannot be Cured by local applications, jus they canno reach the diseased portion of the eart There is only one way t > cuie deafness, and that is by constitutional remedies. Deafness is caused by an inflamed condi tion of the mucous 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 he taken out and this tube restored to its normal condition, hearing will be destroyed forever; nine cases out of ten are caused by Catarrh, which is nothing but an inflamed condi tion of the mucous surfaces. We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of Deafness (caused by catarrh) that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars free. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toled >, 0. Sold by I >ruggists, 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. Did You Peel the Eurth Quake ? Yesterday (Thursday) morning considerable excitement prevailed in this section of the State, over a slight earth quake that shook these parts quite noticably at about 0 o'clock. As we goto press we are informed that some damage was done at Al t )ona. Residents of South Danville, Bloomsburg, this city and the sur rounding vicinity claim to have felt it. Houses are in demand. Don't flirt with typhoid. Charactor, like water, will find its level. Lackawanna county's record of crime for 1000 shows eleven murders and fifteen suicides. What do vou think of 1907 by this time? Some people are predicitng financial upheavals for 1907. Peuusylvaniaus will watch the next legislature with unusual interest. The disinclination of a good man t<> serve the public is always the bad man's opportunity. Did you goto church on the first Sunday of the now year? It is very unfortunate to bo poor, friendless and without a pull. Thero aro some lessons that some persons find extremely hard to learn. Justice is not on speaking terms with some of tire law that is administered in her name. Philanthropy of a certain sort con cerns itsolf chiefly with feathering its wn nest. Trespass notices for sale at this office. Two for sc, or 25c a dozen. Has the weather man entered into a conspiracy against the ice man. The college boys aro all back at work, at least they are supposod to be working. Be of good cheer, the sun will shine again—sometime. The best advise In the world is sometimes the most distasteful. The crooked tongue tells mauv a singular story. The sun tried to shino yesterday,bur it was a little out of practice. The outside labors and breakers, to tho number of 120, employed at the I: Forty-six well known residents of Philadelphia have been entered for tho nomination of mayor of tho city by the various parties and independent organizations existing there. Eli/.a Armstrong,the oldest resident of Adams county, is dead at. tho age of 106. Prospects for an ice crop are still vaguo. Shamokiu firemen threatou not £to attend fires in tho business district be- i cause a number of morchants refused ! to purchase advance tickets for a lire- I men's theatrical attraction benefit. Tho law and order society of Ma- I lianoy City has boon fighting tho il licit liquor traffic carried on, and on Sunday all tho saloons wore closed, giving tho town a dry Sunday, which it has not had for many years. Coal Brook colliery,Lackawanna coun ty, havo struck bocauso they were re fused an increasn of wages ranging from 12 to 16 cents per day. There are 1,500 men thrown out of employment iu consequence. Engineer Samuol Kauffmau, of Soliusgrove, who served the Sunbury aud Lewistown Railway company as a passenger engineer for twenty-five years, was found dead at his post on Saturday morning with his hand on the throttle of the engine. Harry L. Grahai.a, a leading mem ber of the Butler county har.shot him self near tho heart with a revolver at his homo iu Butler on Saturday even ing and is not expected to live. He is 8-1 years old, prominent in fraternal socioties, clerk of tho board of ed•ca tion and vestryman in tho Episcopal church. Charles Lewis, the oldest iesideut of Norristown, celebrated his B(>th birthday anniversary on Sunday. He has always lived in the Third ward and was novor out of tho town over night in his life. Mr. Lewis is one of the directors of tho Peuu Trust com pany. While Amelia Tardella, a pretty Italian girl of 21, was at her homo in New Castle on Sunday evening a man said to be a rejected lover,entered the house aud shot at her. Tho girl faint ed aud tho shock was so great that ser ious consequences aro feared. Joseph Smith, aged 17 years, of Homestead,found an infernal machine iu an alley on Mouday, aud while ex amining it in the presence of a yoang er brother aud two other bovs, the thing oxplodod and all four were sev erely burned and had their hands lac erated. * 1 Good news to every home builder—most every one will want, at least desire, a new-carpet this Spring—what about sav ing ten or fifteen dollars then. This word of advice to conic and buy now, if needed, will save you considerable money and make you thank your, lucky star that you seized the opportunity. "High Wool" will effect the price of floor coverings in a sur prising manner to you this spring—let some one else pay the high price —that is if you buy this month. Bring Size of Room. These special offerings are made specially on part of rolls—enou/h for one or two rooms t<» the roll. Prices in every one means sewed, lined and put down on your floor without any extra charges. 2 Patterns Body Brussels that were 1.50, sale price 1.00 yard, with or without border, bright cheery patterns for parlor use. 2 Patterns Savonnerie, regularly 1.50, sale price 1.00 yard, one with and one without border, a light and dark shade. Pattern Axminister was 1.23, sale price 1.00 yard, with border, very pretty light color pattern. 1 Pattern Axminister, 1.25 value sale price 98c without border, very nice for room or parlor. 1 Pattern Velvet, regular 1.25 sale price 85c yard, small figure in red, most suitable for hall or bedroom'. 2 Patterns Velvet that were 1.25, pale price 85c and 9()c yard the former without border and the latter with border, shadings in green and brown. 2 Patterns Tapestry, regular price 75c, sale price 50c yard, light or dark, small or large figurings. Wool Dress 6oods—Clearance Price*. The savings, we a« much as a half and all these goods were bought last fall aud before wo"b!ens had advanced—today's high market prices make these offerings extraordinary. 2.00 values for 1.00: Plaid Coatings, invisible large plaids and stripes, browns, blacks and greys, as wide as *8 inches. 1.50 values, 1.00. I.sft and 1.25 values. 75c. 1.00 and 75c values for 50c: Latest Styles for Costumes in small checks, camels hair, cheviots, suitings, tweeds, panamas and bed ford cords, mized effects, plain browns, green and black and cream, widths up to 54 inches. Ladies' Coats—PHany Half Price. Here's a good bye to all profits this winter—yes. on many yom got a part of the cost, too. Every coat in the store priced now for final Clearance. Come before your size in gone. All this season's styles. 7.50 Long Black C«»ats. regularly 15.00. 7.50. 50 inch Black Coats, regularly 10.00. 10.00 Long Black Coats, regularly 15.00 10.00 Long Black Coats, regularly 20.00. 10.00 Satin Lined Black coats, were 20.00. 15.00 Satin lined Black Coats, were 18.00. 3.50 Plaid or Brown Coats, regularly sold at 7,00 and 7.50. 0.98 Long Plaid Coats, regularly sold at 10.00 and 10.50. 7.98 Long Plaul ('oats, regularly sold at 12.50 and 1:5.50. Price Children's Coats, Every Style. 10.00 Plaidies Plaid Coats, were 20.00. Silk Petticoats —Extra Special. 2.50 kind 98c, each Heatherbloom Taffeta Silk, a superior quality that does not cut, this lot comes in colors only, blues purple, etc. r °Btreetsf lni Schreyer Store Co. MI P 'L on PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD Bulletin. DESIRABLE WINTER TRIPS Improvements in through train service in recent years have annihilated distances and brought the West and East, the South and North within easy reach. Theso improvements have wonderfully stimulated travel from the hot to the cool zones in summer, and from tho cold to tho warm zones in winter. The annual mid winter migration to Florida and Southern California has begun. To the popular resorts of tho Southland, Florida and tho Gulf Coast, the Florida Limited "Trains via tho Pennsylvania Kail road from Now York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, and Washington to St. Augustine, and their connections, with the through sleeping cars to Charleston, Augusta, Southern Pines, Camden, New Orleans, and other points, alFord attractive and convenient service. To tho resorts of Southern California, the through trains to Chicago, and the through trains from Chicago to Los Angeles offer exceptionally good service with only one chango of cars. Winter excursion tickets at reasonably low rates and with liberal return limits are on sale at Pennsylvania Railroad ticket of- Gces to all tho resorts of Virginia, tho Carolina*, Georgia, Florida, the Gulf States. California, and Mexico. Copies of the Winter Ex cursion Book containing short descriptions of the principal winter resorts with lists of hotels, routes, and ralos of fare may be obtained of ticket agents without charge. Personally-Conducted Tours to Florida will leave by Special Pullman Trains on February 5, 1S) and March 5; to the Now Orleans Mardi Gras, Mexico, and the Grand Canyon on February 7; to the Grand Canyon, California, and Colorado February 20. For descriptive itineraries giving full information and rates for these as well as other tours, apply to Ticket Agents. Poltsqrovc Items. Something new —muddy roads. C. I. Rummage made a business trip to Tnmnqua out day last week. Harry Schcll, after spending sever al years in several of the western states, is visiting friends in this vic inity. Mr. William 'A. Montgomery re turned home on Monday evening, after spending sometime in the eastern cities. Mrs. Mary Dyer, of Danville, spent Sunday with friends iu this place. J. M. Russel and Franklin Erb made a business trip to Williamsport lust Saturday. Mrs. Oscar Cromley is visiting friends in Philadelphia. John Wolf, of near Pittsburg, is visiting his parents in this place. Mr. and Mrs." Pinkie spent Satur day with friends in Muucy. They expect to move to that place on April Ist. Mr. Finkle purchased half in terest in the I!ing Flouring Mill. , Walter Reiehard, of near this place, was taken to the Williamsport Hospital on Tuesday. Dr. Koser performed an operation on him for appendicitis. Latest reports say he stood the operation successfully. During this week the week of pray er services will be held each evening. Part of the week the services will be in the Presbyterian church and part in the Lutheran church. T« Brink In New Shoes Always Use i Alton's Foot-Ham-. :i powder. It prevent* Tightness MIII ItlUterinx, cures Swollen. nwMilnu. Achintf At nil PrnralstH unci shoo store-, 2fxv Sample mulled FREE. Ad dress, A. S. Olmsted, Le Roy, N. V. WANTKD —Lady to advertise our gooda locally. Several weeks home work, j Salary $12.(10 per week, *I.OO a dav fur expenses. SAI'NDKKS CO., Dept. W, i 411-4S Jackson Boulevard. Chicago, 111. | 1-25 07 Exchange Pick-Ups. Howard Lyons, of Pine Summit, transacted business in our burg last week. Calvin Molir, of Caynage, Ohio, returned to his home, after spending a couple weeks among friends and re latives in this place. The Farmers' National Bank open ed for business this week. The Horse Company met as usual on the Ist Saturday of January. The Odd Fellows' Anniversary was largely attended and all report a good time. J. W. Hitter and family and Au gustus Kleeman spent Sunday with P. M. Snyder and family. W. 11. Dildine and wife spent Sunday with the former's parents. O. W. Deri, father and brother Mont, worked at the Bank several days last week. There are a number of cases of la grippe in the neighborhood. Roscoe Mohr and wife and Will Mohr called out of town Monday. J. C. Houghton spent Sunday ! night with bis brother, W. C. Hough , ton. Miss Anna Reynolds left on Wed nesday to visit her sisters and brother | near Mooresburg. XX. OASTOntA. ; Hour, the Tlia Kind You Haw Always Bliffiht ' Signature Death of a Child. Helea.tlie little daughter of Br. and Mrs. Walter Breckbill, died yesterday following au attack of meningitis. The child was aged 1 year, 2 Months and 28 days. The fnueral will tak« l'lace Friday at 1:30 p. ni. from the family residence. Railroad street. IM- I terment iu Odd Fellows' cemterey. Muslin Under Garments —Under Priced, January Sale Prices are Exceptional Barga.ns. This money-saving event—Our White K.de has brought a steady stream of customers and all who are market wise are purchasing far aheul of their present needs—all such will l*» thankful to themselves for many months to come for cottons ; are going higher in price every day. We repeat, buy all you can before the prices : go higher. This Week's Bargains, Ladies Gowns, fnll length, full width, lace, embroidery and tucked yoke, prettier trimmed | with insertions. Regular 2 50 Uowns, SaJe price 1.50 Regular 2.25 Gowns, Sale price 1.1V.i. Regular 2.00 (towns, Sale price 1.00. Regular l.fJt) downs, Sale price OSc White Skirts, extra full in width, very deep rnllles with plenty of embroid ery and lace to make them attractive. fI.W and 8.00 Long Skirts, **le Mice £.OO. 2.50 Long Skirts. Sale price 1.50 1.50 and 1.25 Long Skirts, S#le Pficejoc. 1.25 Short Skirts. Sale price 75c. Corset Covers Specials, made in the latest styles, tiimmingaot fine lace, neat and pretty. Regular 50c values, sale prije '?9c. Regular (s9c values, sale price 50c. Regular Hoc values, sale price 00c. LADIES' DRAWERS, out lot 1.50 values for this week 89c., ruffles trimmed with embroidery and lace. Great Clearance Prices on Dinner Set*. 7.50 Plain White China. 100 piece set, regularly 20.00. 14.50 Decorated China, 1(H) piece Set, regularly 20.00, 0.00 Decorated gold lined, 100 piece set, repularlv 12.00. 0.40 Gold lined on white, 100 piece set, regularly 12.00. 0.08 Pink Decorated, 100 piece set, regularly 12.00. Decorated Lamps. 5.00 value 2.49. 3.50 value I.M). Flannelettes at a Sacrifice. The weather man is the cause, absence of continued cold left piled up on wholesaler's hands—we found one willing to sacrifice the price to clean up his stock, all colors. 10 and I2]c Flannelettes at following price. Waist and sacque patterns, 3 yards, 25c; Dress Patterns, 12 yards, 75c; Com fort coverings, 15 yards for 1.00. White Waistings—A Third Off. For January White Sale we made these prices that will be a manifest saving for all these goods will be considerable higher bv spring. They come in mercerized or sheder, either figured or plain patterns. 25c qualities, 18c yard. 50c qualities, 39c yard. 15c qualities at 10c yard Specials on Muslins and Sheetings. Look well to your supply. We can't sell at these prices after the January Sale. 8c Muslin, Ci|c yard wide, both in bleached and unbleached. 2]c Muslin, 10c yard, the best quality for household purposes, yard wide, bleached. v 20c Pillow Casing, 10c yard, a good bleached Tubing, 45 inches wide. 28c Sheeting, 19c, heavy quality; bleached, 0-4 or 2J yd. wiee. 1.00 Sheets, 50c sizes 2}x2.r yards and 2£x2£ yds. because soiled spots or a few with tiny hole or two. Underwear —About Half Price. 1.00 Wool Underwear, 50c, small lot of ladies' and Misses' vests and drawers made of Non Shrinking wool—will not shrink in washing, regular 1.00 garments at 50c. 35c Ribbed Underwear, 19c. Misses and Children's shirts and drawers, winter weights nicely made and finished, worth 25c, at 10c each. What You Save on Grocery Supplies, Saturday and Monday, Jan. I2tb., and 14th. 25c Sack Best Yellow Cornmeal, 10c sack. Fresh Loose Oatfiake, 4 lbs. 15c or 7 lbs. 25c. Fine quality Green String Beans, 2 cans 15c. Best qualhty Engl : sh Walnuts, 10c lb. Small swept prunes,usc ll#. 25c Cans Cocoa, JU>. sjze good quality, 20c. Our 20c Blended Coffee will be 10c lb. Salted Oyster Crackers. 5c lb. Jello, any flavor, 2 packs 15c. Seedless Oranges, 25e dozen. APPLICATIONS IN NORTHUMBERLAND All tho applications for liquor li censes iu Northumberland county have boon filed in tlie prothonotary's ollice at Sunbnry, and the number is 463. Shamokin is in evidence with about 100 of the applications to her credit, while Mt. Oarmel, not to bo outdono, asks for 105 licoused places. Suubury in priding liornolf that lior oiii/ionn have asked for only 18 licenses, or one for about every 800 inhabitants. Shamokin, Mt. Carrnel aud the ad joining townships have about niue teuths of the licenses in Northumber land county. In some localities there is a saloon for every forty men,aud all seem to to making a prosperous liveli hood. Possibly an explanation can bo found in this for the fact that t-lio miners are always desiring higher wagos, aud that nine-tenths of North umberland's criminal cases come from the coal region eud of the county. OABTOHIA. Be«n the Ito Kind You Have Always Bought SEVEN MINERS BADLY BURNED WILKES-BARRE, Jan. 9. The explosion of a kept of powder amoug a group of miners at the Wan amie colliery of the Lehigh & Wilkes- Barro Goal company this morning sev erely burned BOVOU mou.one man, David Jones, fatally. One of tho miners placed a keg of powder iu a mine car which was one of a trip being pulled by a small loco motive from tho colliery to the tun nel, a half mile distant. There were seven miners in tho car aud as one of tliom sat on the kog tho powder ex ploded aud tlie seven wero blown out of the car aud severely burned. All the victims were hurried to the City hospital. It is believed the powder was ignited by a spark from the locomo tive. I Splendid short stories iu the free ten cent magazine that's part of THE , PHILADELPHIA SUM DA Y I PRESS every week—nothing like it anywhere. Conan Doyle, Anthony Hope, others equally good, are con tributors. Splendidly illustrated wo man's section. liuv THE PRESS every day in the week— you get all * that's worth having. , Dr. David Kennedy Kondout, N. Y. I DEAR Slß: —Some time since I was troubled with blotches coming out on i my breast, of a scrofulous character, and my general system seemed to be | out of order. I was induced to try! Dr. David Kennedy's favorite Rem r [ edy. The first bottle drove the erup tion away and I feel better every way. It is a splendid blood medicine.— Henry 8. Eldredge, Rochester, N. ! ' V. '' -T7- WAN I'l'JD: 10 men in each,.state tu travel, distribute samples of pur. goods and taeTrsigns. Salary $85.00 per month; $3.00 per day for ex-: I penses. SAUNDERS CO., Depart ment P. No. 4(i Jackson Boulevard, I Chicago, Ills. j KNOW FIRST, THEN TALK j I If no citizen would undertake a ser* ' ious discussion of any important topic • until after lie had mastered all the es s tfcutial facts there would be muoh less > j raadom talk concerning matters of in- terest and decidedly beuoflcial action. - j The trouble is that tho less a mau I knows tho busier he frequently is. j i: Hoadfacffto fCan be cured only by J J a remedy that will < ► removo tho cause. J J The ofteuer you < ► stop it with headache < \ powders or pills the | > quicker will it return. i t Generally, headache ] [ comes from a dis- * t turbed stomach or J J irregular bowels, and * > almost invariably ( , I i; Lasic's Family jji Medicine «> (a tonic laxative) will cure head- i i | J ache in short order by regulating , [ ♦ tho bowels aud reinvigorating tko < [ <> stomach. < » II It is a great Wle.d nietllciM ] I <» and the favorite laxative of old I I < > a*d young. < 1 I I At druggists', Be. and 50c. i i MM ESS2TKKSS: . 1 can for Dy:pop&ia, i:.Ui«« *tiou all 112 i r'rkv 50 C* r.u». OA.STOTIIA. Bear, the vf I ll ® Kind Ynu Have Always Bought Shall We Tan Your Hide? The average Stock Raiser hardly realizes the value of cow, steer and horse hides when converted into fur coats, robes and rags. Get the new illustrated catalog of the Crosby Fris ian Fur Co., Rochester, N. Y. It will be a revelation to you. And "Crosby pays the freight." —l-11. Dr. I. G. PURSEL, NEUROLOGIST 273 Mill Street, . Danville, Pa We straighten Cross Eyes without operat HOURS, 8 A. M.to 12 M. 1 P. M.to 9 P. M. E YES A SPECIA LT Y. JJXECUTOKS NOTICE. Estate of Daniel T. Lazaroiu, Late of Liberty Township, this County. Notice Is hereby Riven, that letters testa mentary on tho above estate having Wen Km uteri to the undersigned, all persons in debted to said estate are r*| nested to make paymoat, and those having claims or de mands again*! t lie said estate to present the same, without delay to , Chai. K. Laxaroits, WM. H. I. A/.A ico IS, Milton, it. F. I>. No. 1. HAKKIKT C Krefkk, Strawberry Kidge. IHTRATOK'B NOTICE Estate of Effie J. Arnwlne, late of W e«t liemioek township, deceased. Letters of ariministratlon upon the estate of Elite J. Arnwlne late or West Hemlock township, Montour County, state of Penn sylvania, having been granted by the Ueg isterof Montour (Vanity to the tinricmlKtu-ri, all persons indebted to said estate are re quested to make payment, and those having claims tt> pres.*nt the same without delay to I Uko. I>. Aknwini:, Uuckhorn, Pa. CHAS. S. Alt n wink, v Itouiea, Danville. Pa. .or to ' Administrators ! CitAHLBS V. A mer.man, Danville, Pa HAIR R BALSAM Calendars for 1907. The Intelligencer office lias reowiTcd n full and complete line of sanipl«H of fine art calendars, and we are ready to take your orders for 1(107. Be *ure to call and learn our prices be fore placing your order. Desigus of every description to select from. Ilemember, we lead and others fol i ow. 1 "Burden* Va.it tire By CLAY MARSDEN Copyright, I'JOH, # by Ruby Douglus "Come right in," said the girl at the head of the stairs. "I have been ex pecting you for an hour." "It is pleasant to be expected," laugh ed Burden. "That will do," said the girl sharply. "No Impertinence or I shall report you to the jauitress." Burden could not quite see what the jauitress had to do with the matter, but he lifted the soft slouch hat that was a part of his fishing toggery and started to pass on up the stairs to his apartment. "Come in here," called the girl im periously. "You don't suppose that I came downstairs to meet you, do you"?" She led the way through an opeu door, affording a vista of chaos, to the parlor of the apartment. "Those pic tures had better be hung first," she commanded. "1 will tell you where." Burden gasped. For the first time he realized what wns expected of him. She had mistaken him for a day work er for whom she had probably sent to aid her In straightening out her new home. The fact that he was in an old suit aud had rung the nearest bell In the lobby because he had forgotten his keys accounted for the error. It had been her bell he had rung. She was expecting a man to help, and she* had supposed that he was the one. She had not been flirting after all. Somehow Burden was rather glad of It. There would not be very much do ing In the street that afternoon, so he slipped off his coat and went to work. It was evident that the little woman intended to get the full worth of her money out of him, for she kept him busy, and under Her skillful direction the flat soon assumed an appearance of orderliness lie had not supposed pos sible in so short a time. She explained that her mother would arrive the next morning and that she I,Y. "NO 1 MI'JSItTLN J£NCE." was anxious to have things all In readi -1 ness for ner. On that plea she kept J him working until 0 o'clock, but she I was generous when she paid him off. | Burden wa4tod on the landing until she closed the door; then he ran up stairs to his own rooms and tumbled Into the tub. It had been hard work uud hot, and he was glad of the chance to clean up. lie had risen at 4 for a fishing trip and had made a long day, but he thought he would dress again and slip over to the club for a chat aud ft bite. At the foot of the first flight he came face to face with the girl. She recog nized him In spite of the change that evening clothes made and gave a little cry. "Then you were not the man the janitress promised to send up?" she said. Burden lilted his hat. "I admit it."he began. "Wheu I saw the mistake you had made and remem bered that I had seen Phil, the chore man, disgustingly intoxicated ou my way in, I let you persist In your mis take that I might be of assistance." "And you lot me pay you money," she reproached. "If you think I didn't earn lf>" he smiled, "I'll give it back." "But I made you earn It!" She shud dered as she thought of how she had driven him. "And I gave you 10 cents for a glass of beer." "Beer is only five," he explained. "Won't yen have the other one? I guess that you must l>e us tired aud as hungry as I am. You (lid your full share of the work, so won't you come and share the reward? I know that It's unconventional, but it will be sucli fun. Will you come?" The girl looked into his eyes. What she saw there must have satisfied her, l'or she turned to descend the stairs with him. "My name Is Burden," he announced when they reached the street—"Na thaniel Burden, commonly known as Nat." "I am Lois Trevor," she retorted. ."I am glad to meet Mr. Burden." Burden tucked her arm through Uls and led the way to the street car. It was only a short ride, and Lois gave a little gftsp when she saw the restau rant. "I did not real lee how hungry I was DR. KENNEDY'S FAVORITE REMEDY Breaks no Hearts, Excuses no Crimes. r>r. DiivM Konnedy's FAVORITE REM EDY is not a disguised enemy of the liumnu race; where it cannot help, it does not harm. It is composed of vegetable ingro dicnts and does not heat or inflame the blood but cools and purifies it. In all eases of Kidney troubles, Liver complaints, Con stipation of the Bowels, and the delicate derangements which afflict women, the ae tion of Dr. Kennedy's FAVOIUTE REM EDY is beyond praise. Thousands of grateful people voluntarily testify to this, in letters to Dr. Kennedy; and with a warmth and fullness of words which mere tmrine— eerttiloates never posses*, tt makes no drunkards—excuses jio crimes— breaks no hearts. Wo challenge a trial and are confident of tin* result. ONE DOLLAR a Bottle. All druggists. Bear in mind the name and address: Dr. Datid KENNEDY, liondout, New York. Writo for free sam ple bottle and medical booklet full of valu able medical advice. Mention tin* paper. 112 t™pflSTOßlfl ! ■ For_lnfents_an^&hildren i r&SIORljl The Kind You Havi r j Always Bought AVcgetablePrcparationforAs- M # similatingtticFoodandßegula- _ M lingtlicStomachsandßowclsof Kogro fhn M * - 11 Signature /A xf Promotes Digestion.CheerruM t ;; M -/ lip ness and Rest.Conlains neither I J -D W- ¥• r Opium,Morpliine nor Mineral, « 01 Xl\*\lJ KnfirofOU S | HmyJiui Srrd-- \ jfl AjF 1 / /tlx . Senna * 1 p m Roch.U, SJtt- I M JU . jlmv Sent A V,»■ ] Jb I % I R i 11\ LA Clrjihed. \)u/nf 112 ijj| mf ' M hbUtoywt rtavOK / l| V H a Apcrfect Remedy forConstipn- HI \| [V WO® Hon, Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea II ltr Worms .Convulsions, Feverish Jffi I ness and Loss OF SLEEF. | FQ | NV R | Fac Simile Signature oP £££. Thirty Years BHESBESffiHCEHBI P™^iPAQTOBIW ] EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER. y|J H f/8 li9|E i*4 TM« OENTAO* (OMCANV. NEW V«M •IT*. until I began to woniler if they would serve an unescorted woman at this time of night." Ilurdeii glanced at the clock In tho window. It was only half past 10, but it seemed later to her. "We won't worry about such things," he suggested. "Just think about what is best to eat." Over the tasteful meal he had or dered she grew more communicative. She had come to the city to study mu sic, he learned. There were only her mother and herself left of a largo fam ily. 21 mi they wanted to be together. There was somotuJujr in Uurdeji's man ner unit inspired commence, ana, al most without realizing it, sho was chatting as with an old friend. The next afternoon he called to pay his respects to Mrs. Trevor, and before long the two women had come to re gard Burden almost as one of the fam ily. lie took them to concerts and tho theater and formed "the habit of drop ping in for a chat in the evenings when he was not going out. Then came the panic, and for a week many a firm's fate hung in the balance. The one in which Burden was a part ner was persistently Included* in the list of the doubtful concerns, and then one afternoon tlie late editions came out witn tne statement ttiat the house had been forced to suspend. Lois read tlie report feverishly, but when Burden came homo late that night and wearily began to ascend the steps she was at the head of the flight to welcome him, calm eyed and quiet. "Mother wauts you to come in and have some coffee," sho pleaded. "We saw the papers and are so sorry." "I'll come gladly," ho said as Ills drawn face lighted up. "I shall be glad to forget business for tho mo ment. To find you waiting here like the first time we met is as unexpected as it is pleasant." "We could not sleep," she explained, "while you were in trouble. We want ed to know that all was well with you if not with tlie business." "You didn't suppose I was going to shoot myself in tho true melodramatic fashion, did you?" he laughed. Lois shook her head. "It wasn't exactly that," she explain ed, "but we thought it might not seem so hard if you had a chance to rest up a little before you went to your rooms." lie followed her into the tiny din ing room, where a dainty cold lunch was spread. "Cast your restaurant meals on the water and they will come back in the shape of real home stuiY," he laughed. "I hope this lunch will do you as much good as that other supper did me." said Lois earnestly. "More," he protested. "There is only one tning I should like better." "And that?" she asked. "A meal In our own home," he ex plained. "is there hope for me> Lois?" The girl nodded her head. "Youlire—so handy about the house," she explained to cover her confusion. "That's a good recommendation," ho laughed. "IT the firm really does fail I think I shall hire out by the day." "If," she echoed. "Just that," he confirmed. "It was a trick to throw the market. 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