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asthma, bronchitis, or whooping cough, there is no remedy so sure and safe as Dr. Ayer’s Cherry Pectoral. From the Q first dose its healing influence is manifest. The sufferer who has been kept awake by the cough falls into a restful gjj sleep, and awakes strong and refreshed. Dr. Ayer’s Cherry Pectoral is acknowledged to be a specific for all pulmonary C 2 complaints. Physicians praise and prescribe it. It is now put up in half size bottles at half price, 60c. “One of my children h*d.cruop. One mgii*. I wa» startled by the child'* m 2 I hard breathing, and on going to it found it strangling It had nearly mfi ceased U» breath Having a part of a bottle of Ayer’s Cherry Pectoral in the hause. I gave‘the child three dose- at short intervals, and anxiously fe** waited re-alts. From the moment the Pectoral wa* given the child's breathing grew easier, and in a short time it was sleeping quietly and M breathing naturallv. The child la alive and well to-day Ayer's Cherry kgf Pectoral saved iu life.*— C. J. WtwLWUOB. Wurthra, Texas. VMB Ayer’s Cherry Pectoral, g "What i« fWMiiilti'r •*V»nwtlUiy i« t»a *lr, r #o ruany t*t«*nt« that y«xi can't *ef l\ium to make a llvin| irlrh any »n* of Everybody Says So. CaacarrU 0*1X1? Ottbartlc the »o*t wonder ful medical iHncovery of the **e. pteaaam and rcfrcahinc to the taate, act gently and positively oo (M kidney*. Ilm ond bowel*. dr*n»lß| lh« ratln nyMean, dUpel cold*, core headache, lover. habitual ronatlpation and billouane**. Plena* buy and tr> a bo* of C C. C to-day. 10. B 50 cent Sold and guaranteed to cure bj all drunrtat* X'hc Indiana *»f tiulaua bare a queer »y» teui of n u mention. The? count by ;he baud and ll* f.oir Thu*, when the? reach live, iawteed of *uylmc «•». they i-mll It a "hand. Hit l*. therefore, u "hand nud ft r»t ftn«*-r Tru I* *t*»o liauda;* Iml forty la •*!**» men.' iml thna the? go oo »*y la entire forty »it l<» i tnr»»W(l a* "two n*m. hand and t!r»t Huger. * $100 Reward, $100. Th* reader* of thin paper will bo pleased lo tftni that there i* at lewat on* Irtadvd (Hums* that •clfiu'* ha* !>«*»• n ahi* to curt in all It* and that la Ca tarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cur* ia th* only positive cur* no* known to th* medical fraternity Catarrh being a con* 1 1 tut ton al diaeaa* require# a conatftutlonal treatment Hall * Catarrh Cur* la taken internally. acting directly upon th* blood and mmoua wrfaw* of th* system, thereby destroying th* foundation of th* dU*aa*. and giving th* patl*r.t strength by building up th* constitution and aa • >ailng nature In doing it* work Th* proprietors hat* *o much faith In Its curative power* that they offer On* Hun fired I Collar* for any c«w that it fall* to cur*. Send ror list of Testimonial# Add re** P J t'HBNKV A Co.. Toledo. O. Bold hy druggist* Ik- HaH * Family I*lll* are th* b*at. • After all. a *‘*»rWttu»« pr**eut ha* : leal value etrept a* a lok*« *»f love or rr < membrane. " “Well. It*a all right to fec i Tbat way about what yon yet: bn! yon don't dare go out ami boy oft* on that principle. ' FITS ••era******'.*' j M.«i.iiu«rtmueM*lui r>tl dat • «•* at l>r Mine a toeai >*»»• Hot«or **«nt !*•» PItF.K fetal hetll# a»<l treat■« Da It H MLOk.l4d.nt Ar.tt.%* Ph.tad.lrhk*. Pa “la Hr* June* a apiritual wngußl" **l should aay *o: she always pat* *»»! oil In th* aalad* *b* make* for church social* " Star Tobacco la th* leading brand of tb« world, Iwcauw it la the beat. A medical report from Ih* famine district of Al -ala. assert* lUat th* condition of the xeifferer* earerda dear rip tloo. They wander about, tbelr bodies r* dttced to ißfMat* and their head* awolleu lo the al«e of bucket*. K.daeatr four Itowel* With CairarrU. Candy Cathartic, cur* constipation forever t3c. ttc If CC. C. fail. druggist" refund money ••How can you afford lo buy your «on » • many expensive mechanical toy*!"’ Well, paying for tbeui haa got to be mechanical. too.” W« admire • me;, who l» poeltle* la hi* innri. tti<M Dr. Taft. S'*' « Mai M., K'whcler, S. T. la k •■re that UR. TAFT S ABTIIMALENK will curraran ra - cf t.iuna mat will o-od a trial tciu. abtolnlrb' free «* •’ <*• aJßlctedt “Do you expect choice gift* thla year?” "Choice? No choice about it; 1 have to take tbetn as they cotue.*’ » ■ H/M»l •> By soothing and subduing the pain. , nun ■ That’s the way ST. JACOBS OIL —» NEURALGIA. ■ h s-^w-s-g The Worship of Athletles. Both boy* ii ii< I men. when they have opened any paper. »«W vmn turn to «-« »hut I* xilil «Uiu( athletic*. People Cu lu thoincin>li to <M?e nutdin Inf • ticket. Imai lug. twri t«all. running uihl bicycle »it»; matter* i-aiturrtid with the** matchea keep lb- telegraph bney ami fnrnUh the large heading* f.»r po«ter«: they Induce tueti of the highest ta-dtlon and gruveat character t<» write to the u*-w *i»a|MT * ami to dl*rtiaa *OCh matter* from a pnrety athleth al p*dnt of view. leaving oat of eight all moral «ioe* ilmw whlib may hapi>eu u» lie involve*!. Portrait* of athlet* - are everywhere, and their hUtoriea ami ■••■miltlou* are generally known I vi« preeeut when a certain til* tlngniabed man waa Inimduifl to a great Ki’.gll'h hUhop "ll.' i* the father of I*. T well known for hi* power* of <-uiltng. Na tional lie view Whaling Fleet in Danger. I' I* pt .<r• !«*•! iii i r i lir > of th* whal ing tb-ct. moat «»f underwriter* are lu San Kraudiro, have le-vn -aught Id the h-e nuil ««i« tuny n<>i ta«t through the siege. Hanger alwi 'hmilM* thow who w bat are called ••trlUluc" allinenta. for tb»« may not la»t through the erlaia. Hwrt t*. I*-tM»tiM<'h Hilton* at once f"r Incipient rbenOMlUat. malaria. ■ •ouwMpatlou. amt kidney complaint. “Mutual." wM little J*.k. "did <».«l wtr luakc any one witb on*- blue *y» nod ottf w*«*r ••I never heard of any uw that wan ao„" Mild hi* mother. "Well. then, von Jiut look at T-unmy Join** the next time y.*n ***** hltu. and Jtt*t aw what I ran do.*' Ufa. The Mluoitrt Stale Supreme Court ha* de • • Ideal that *umke la uot a nuisance. and d»- clared the *tu<>ke abatement ordinance of *»t. I .out* unconstitutional In the ••«««■ of the city of St. I .on |* ngaltw the Kdunrd licit* lerj Packing and I’Pirldim Company. The court hold* that •moke 1* not n nuisance per »e at common law. n*»r ha* If been so de rided by any .mute .if Missouri. I*t»llndel ! fdila I*re** Don't Tota«o Sell and Smoke Your Life Away. To quit tobacco easily and forever. t»e mag netic full of life nerve and vigor, take No-To- Uar the wonder-worker, that make* weak men ■troti*- All druggist*. Mk>. or ll Cure guaran teed Booklet and -ample free. Address Sterling Remedy Co. ChU-agu or New York. ••Have you any |MrtlntUr choice which »Uoe yon put on first-' "No; but I always put on the left shoe last." Mn. Winslow'* S*Mit hlng Syrup For children the gun* n-durrn tnflam matlou.*.!•) * pain, cute* wind colic. U rent* a bolUo • The trip *rnund the world ntu be made liu rtfty tlar*. now.” ••Ye*, there's no get j ting « rent rest from anybody." l*l*o * Cure for Comnmiptiou haa aaved tue large doctor bills.— l C. L. Barker. 422 S He gr »t Square. Philadelphia. Pa.. Dec. K. • The meek, you know, are to Inherit the earth." “That * all right, hut they will : have to get the cheeky to collect It for them." Smoke Sledge Cigarettes, 20 for 5 eta. "My wife ha* to take two weeks to d» , her Christma* shunning." "Doe* she buy mi many preaentar’ --N'o: but ahe haa t<» go down town every day and exchange all the things ahe got the day before.’ To Core Constipation Forever. Take Cases rets Candy Cathartic, too or Sic. If C. C. C- fall to cure, druggists refund money. | "There's nothing like leather.” "No; not —even the Imitation* of It." A KANSAS MYSTERY. GULDENSUPPE MURDER CASE HAS A PARALLEL. Joseph New Shot While Investigating Noise* That Disturbed HU Wife —O. H. Dobbs Accused, Mrs. New .Being ■ls Alleged Accessory. HE trial in New York of Martin Thorn for the mur der of Wm. Gul densuppe, in which Mrs. Nack was an accomplice, will ► have a striking parallel when the case of George H. Dobbs as principal 4/ff and Mrs. Amelia New as accessory in the murder of her husband, Joseph New, Oct. 31, comes to trial at Wichita. The circumstances surrounding the murder are peculiar, and the case has aroused unusual in terest. Mr and Mrs. New were at home Sunday night, the last day of October, with two young ladles, their nieces. About 9.30 Mrs. New awoke her husband and told him she heard a queer noise, like some one throwing pebMes against the house, and asked him to see what was the matter. New said he could hear nothing, and would not get up. He dosed until presently Mrs. New again aroused him. saying she could hear the pebbles striking the house again. The husband still refused to go and see what might be the cause of the noise that Mrs. New said she could hear. After a while there was a loud noise, as if someone had drawn a stick down across the weatherboarding. Mr. New then got up, and while he was preparing to go and see what the noise was Mrs New lighted the lantern, which, it would seem, she had placed conveniently, an ticipating some such a necessity for a lamp. When New had gone some thing like forty feet from the door there was a loud report, as if a shot gun had been fired. New had gone out at the east door toward the barn. As soon as the shot was fired Mrs. New went out of the west door and went straight to the house of a neigh bor. nearly a mile away, and notified the folks that her husband had been shot. This was shown In the testi mony before the coroner’s Jury. The two nieces were left alone at the house and Mrs. New did not know that her husband had been hurt at all, except that Immediately following 1 the shot there was a cry of "Oh. my ' God!" which, according to the testi mony of Mrs. New and the two girls, seemed to be the voice of Mr. New. George H. Dobbs was arrested at Eureka Nov. 9. Later in the day Mrs. New. wife of the murdered man, was j accused of being accessory to the GEO. H. DOBBS. crime. After the murder suspicion fell on Dobbs, who almost at once took up his abode at Mrs. New’s house. Other strong circumstantial evidence developed. Dobbs Is a widower with two small children and has resided in the neighborhood of the murdered man for two years. He was at the place Boon after the murder and help ed with all the funeral arrangements. He even sat on the coroner’s jury which decided that New was foully murdered by some unknown p rson. On the night that New was shot Dobbs had borrowed a shotgun from a neigh* bor In the afternoon, say Inc he wanted to shoot some quail. He returned the gun that night, saying he had not killed any game. When he was ar rested he said he had not fired the gun at all, but an examination of the gun showed that he had. Dobbs had been quite intimate with Mrs. New and frequently held long conversations with her. When he took up his home at her house so soon after the killing there was a strong suspicion and much talk of lynching until the ar rests were made and Mrs. New brought to Wichita by Sheriff Knox of Green wood county. About twelve years ago New’B brother, a bachelor, was found hanging to the celling of his own house, dead. The coroner’s jury at that time decided that it was a case of suicide, but an attempt will now be made to find out something more about that case, as well as the mur der of Joseph New. Mrs. New is a woman of average height and somewhat thin. Her hair is of a light brown, her eyes are blue and when her face is lighted up with a smile it is not unattractive. She is MKS NEW. 35 years old. There is nothing what ever In her appearance that would lead a careful observer to believe her cap able of participating in a cold-blooded murder. She is easily approached on every subject that does not lead di rectly to her connection with the events of the night on which her hus band was murdered but ready to adroitly avoid answering any question that bears directly on iter side of the case. She insists that as soon as she has talked with her lawyer she will tell all. but until then she said she would have to be careful. She asserted, how ever. that she had no idea who was her husband's murderer and that she had no connection with his killing. George Dobbs, who it is charged sus tained improper relations with her and fired the shot that killed her husband, had worked as her husband's farm hand and she said the two men had been very friendly. They always got along together as brothers, in fact. She married New sixteen years ago. and she says she never had any ser ious trouble with him. He had always provided well for her and she was con tented. Eloquent. Mrs. Johnson—Am Parson Jackson ve'y elquent? Mrs. Whitewash (ecsta tically)—Am he eloquent? Oh, my! I wish yo’ could hab heard his sermon las’ Sunday 'bout Balaam an’ de ass— yo’ could almost 'magine yo’ heard de ass a-t&lkln’.—Harper’s Weekly. To Scalp ’Em. “Wonderful how those Indians can play football the way they do.” "Not at all—lndians are athletic.” "I know , but how do they keep their minds off the other fellows' long hair?” Sorely. Yeast —“I’ve just invested in one of those salt-and-pepper suits.” Crim3onbeak—"Well, that sounds as if it would be good for at least two seasons.” —Yonkers Statesman.