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Sausage as “Wedding Cake.”
A sausage four feet long and one foot thick formed the wedding cake at a Hanover butcher's wedding. People sometimes stir up a lot of trouble by telling the truth when it would bo policy to say nothing. i' B -MWW.r A\fcgclable Preparation for As similaling Hie Food ami Ilea ulu ling tlicStomachs and Bowels of imaim Promotes Digcslion.ChcerfuP ness and Rest. Contains neither Oniiiin.Morpliinc nor Mineral. Not >*Aitc otic. fSrrpr cfOUDrSAMUEL ItTCIIEII Seed' jtlx Smnet * I Stilt I staue.S~d -1 } Mrm.fad- V fi A perfect Remedy forConstipa Hon. Sour Stomach,Diarrhoea WoniLS .Convulsions .Fcvrrish »\ess and Loss OF SLEEP. Facsimile Signature of EXACT COPT OF WRAPPER. IP """ DorCt Suffer ■ ■ eJI lon£ from tootha.che ■ ■ or rheumatism. ■ i -SloeaMs I I Lyiivinveivt I I kills the porin quiets the I M nerves ©rnd induces sleep H I At <JI dealers. Price 25c 50c 6*1.00 I H Dr E&rl S.Sloexrx., Bostor\,M».ss.U.S.A. H A Woman’s Health I depends so much upon her functions, ■ that the least upset of them affects her V whole system. It is the little things m that count, in woman’s life and health. « The little pains, and other symptoms of m womanly disorder, soon lead up to big I things, —serious pains, serious diseases. 1 It is for just these ordinary, common, I womanly troubles, that the use of a i gentle, strengthening, female tonic, like I Woman's Relief | has been found so successful, in thousands of cases, I in relieving and curing. “I had been troubled with I female complaints for 12 months,” writes Mrs. ■ Bettie Arp, of Baliplay, Tenn., ‘‘and although I was I under doctors’ care for four months, they did but ■ little good. I took one bottle of Wine of Cardui ■ and one dollar’s worth of Thedford s Black- V Draught, and now lam better. I believe Cardui M saved my life. We are poor people, but I shall M always keep it in the house.’ It relieves woman s M worst pains and regulates fitful functions. Try it. I At All Druggists in $l.OO Bottles S WRITE US FREELY 1 and frankly. In strictest confidence, telling all your troubles, and stating D ago. We will send you FREE ADVICE, In plain sealed en- M velope, and a valuable 64-page Book on HOME TREAT- ■ MENT FOR WOMEN." Address'. Ladles'Advisory Dept., The ■ Chattanooga Medicine Co., Chattanooga, Tenn. ohm ■ First Persian Parliament. j The members of the new Persian parliament will be elected by the i agesvotes of all male Persians between ’ the ages of 30 anil 70 who are able to road and write, are not in the service of the state, and have not been con i tided of crime. OASTIRIA For Infants and Children. Ths Kind You Havo Always Bought Bears the / * Signature / cf w ft In hX Use vf For Over Thirty Years GASTORIA PRESIDENT’S DENIAL. Theodore Roosevelt, Jr., Did Not ViO late Game Laws. Denver. —The state game commis sioner of Colorado lias issued the fol low ing: “To the Public: “Having reati an article in several of our daily papers to the effect that Theodore Loos.writ, Jr., while hunting in Colorado. did not kill any bear, but that he did Kill three deer, this article seemed so ridiculous to me that I felt it my duty to write to the President aid get the facts in regard to it. It gives me pleasure to give my letter to the public, also the President's reply, ia order that nis son may be exonor ;Ut*d from any such ridiculous charge, and I can not imagine whire it origi nated: •’ ‘Denver, Colo., Sept. 12. 1 HOC. " ‘To His Excellency, Theodore Roose velt, President of the United States, Oyster Hay. New York. “ ’Dear Sir—Please pufdon me for n ldnssing vou .it this time, but you will note by the enclosed newspaper clipping that your son. Theodore Roosevelt, Jr., is accused, while in Col orado. of killing three deer, which he could not have done without a gross .■dotation of our s ate law. ‘Your son, while in Colorado, was a dignified gentleman in every respect, and wo have not the remotest idea 1 1 1 ai he ever attempted to violate our k-w. but with your kind permission 1 would he more than pleased to contra d:ct tills, what 1 believe to be a false statement. • ’Thanking you for a reply. I am “ ‘Verv sincerely yours. <Signed.) " J M. WOODARD. •’ ‘State Game and Fish Commis sioner.’’ “ ‘Oyster Bay, N. Y.. Sept. 17. “ My Dear Mr. Woodard—By direc tion of the President 1 beg to acknowl edge the receipt of your letter of the 12th instant, and to say In reply that lln statement that his son killed deer while In Colorado, or In any way vio l»Ud the game laws, is absolutely false. He was only after bear. H« did not ser- a bear and he did not fire a shot at game* while in Colorado. The President wiil be glad to have you make this public in answer to the newspaper clipping you enclosed. •• ‘Thanking you for your courtesy in writing. I am. sincerely yours. (Signed.) “ ‘WILLIAM LOEB. “ ‘Secretary to the President.' ■ ‘Hon J M Woodard, Game and Fish Commissioner, Denver, Colo.’ DEADLY RAILROAD WRECK. Merc Than Fifty Passengers Killed Near Atlantic City. Atlantic City, N. J. By the wreck tug of a three-coach electric train on tin* West Jcisey & Seashore railroad Sunday afternoon at least fifty pas sengers perished ami the list may reach the total of seventy-five when all is known. While crossing a drawbridge span ning the waterway known as the •Thoroughfare.” which separates At lantic City from the main land, the train left tie- track and plunged into the water. The passengers in the first two coaches, with one or two excep tions, were drowned. Up to midnight twenty-five tiodlea have been recov ered, and ii is expected that at least twenty-five, and possibly fifty more bodies are si ill in the submerged coaches. The disaster, the worst that has'hnp pened since the terrible Meadows wreck of July 30. 189 G, occurred at 2:30 Sunday afternoon. The train, made up of three heavy vestibuled elec tric coaches, which left Camden at 1 o’clock In the afternoon, carried at least eighty eight passengers, as that number of tickets were held by the conductor. That official is uncertain, however, just how many persons were on the train, and until all the bodies have been taken om of the submerged coaches il will not be possible to get the true figures of the dead. The caus-' of the wreck has not been established. 11 was probably due cither to a defective rail or the break ing of some part of the superstructure of the first coach. It lias also been [gested t hat the draw bridge, which had just been closed after the passage of a vaclit. may not have properly locked the rails. All theories as to tho cause of the accident, how . ver, are purely speculative. A statement, however, given out by the Pennsylvania company says not more than fifty-seven of the eighty per sons on the train lost their lives. PRESBYTERIAN UNIVERSITY To Be Opened in Westminster Build ing at Denver Next Year. Denver. By the work accomplished Friday a> a meeting of the board «>r directors of the i ■ w Presbyterian uni versity project, at tin* Albany hotel, Denver is assured of another great edu cational institution by the first of next September. Rev. Edgar W. Work, pastor of the First Presbyterian Church nt Colorado Springs, was cb-cted president of the university, and lie is now considering whether or not ho wiil accept the po sition. Henry J. May ham and N\ Mnxey _ Ta bor, who generously donated the West minster building and 12b acres of land ! surrounding i». wn« present at the I meeting. The only condition named was that the directors shall eollect at j,i as t $50,000 for the maintenance of the university, which condition will be complied with as soon as possible. Mr. Mayham further offered to put the- building in perfect repair by next June and ic pay a financial secretary a salary for two years to raise money for the Institution. Mr. Edgar W. Work, the new presi dent, if he decides io accept th«* honor. is one of the best known Presby terian ministers in Colorado. He has been at Colorado Springs for several I ears and was at one time on the far ! silty of >li<* university ~t Wooster. Ohio The executive committee will eon sist of the president of the board of trustees, James D. Hunted: the seer* tarv, Harry B lU-iulemon: the vice president. Rev. Robert. F. Coyle: tho count-r. John f’. Mutin'. and three otluis to be appointed by the presi dent. The Archuleta County Court has or dcred that a baby held by the Brother hood of Light colony , and critically 1. 1, be placed in charge of the county physician and carefully fed. All other children held liv tho colony will be sent to the State Home for Dependent Children. <». C. K «'»•<«■. head of the Ar boles colony, and his .'distant, Mrs j Minnie Wheeler, were arraigned on the charge of manslaughter, and placed under bonds to-appear at tho r.cxt term of the District Court. SAVED THE CUSTOMER TROUBLE Neat Way Waiter Secured Tip from “Close” Man. There is a waiter in a Washington cafe, who is the acme of polite atten tion, endeavoring in every way to save his customers trouble, lb* oili er day a man came in who was sized up by John as probably a little close," but the service was fully up to the standard. The bill cane- to SO cents, and the man handed < ver a dollar bill. John then proceeded to help the man into his coat. “Where’s my change?” the custom er asked. “Change, sail? Dar ain’t note- -dat was inah tip, tank yo’, Bah!" John said ■with a bow. “But 1 hadn’t given it to you " the man protested. “Ob course not. sah. Ah wouldn't ’low yo’ ter go ter all dni "liblc, sah!" John said, with anoth. bow, and the man went out, looking a tiifle dazed. SAVED BABY LYON’S LIFE. Awful Sight from That D r eadful Com plaint, Infantile Eczema—Mother Praises Cuticura Remedies. “Our baby had that dreadiul com plaint, infantile Eczema, whi< afflict ed him for several months, •nnnenc ing at the top of his head, and at last covering his whole body. 1!: suffer ings were untold and constant misery, in fact, there was nothing we would not have done to have given him re lief. We finally procured u lull set of the Cutfcura Remedies, and in about three or four days he began to show a brighter spirit and really laughed, for the first time in a year. In about ninety days he was fully recovered. Praise for the Cuticura Remedies has always been our greatest pleasure, and there is nothing too good that we could say in their favor, for they cer tainly saved our baby’s life, for he was the most awful Hight that I ever i beheld, prior to the treatment of the CutiAira Remedies Mrs. Macholic j Lyon, 182 G Appleton Ave., Parsons, Kan., July 18, 1905.” Artificial Silk the Latest. In Gothenburg, Sweden, or at some place In Its neighborhood, will soon be built a large factory for tlx* man ufacture of artificial silk for export. A company has reeeitly been organiz ed there with a capital not to be less than SIOO,BOO and not to exceed $482,- 400, with the purpose of building a factory and exploiting an Invention made by Engineer R. W. Strehlenert, of Djursholm, Sweden, for tlx- manu facture of vegetable silk. Excluding experiments, this industry is new in Swollen, and It is claimed that the silk manufactured from nitro-cellulose by Mr. Streblenert's method has just as fine an appearance and is just as strong or durable as natural silk, or even stronger. It is further stated that the silk has been tested or tried in Swedish or Herman cloth factories and that very favorable reports have been received about it.—Consular Re ports. Successfully Paints on Metal. Carl Lunde, a Norwegian artist, has made himself famous by painting on metal, an art even tho Japanese have failed in, great as they are as rnetal workers. Lunde d«*<-orates ordinary tin with characteristic designs in col ors and illuminates an ordinary tray or plate that would otherwise bo cheaply japanned. The method is his secret and only one of many clever nesses he employs to render utility artistic ami decorative. Give Defiance Stan h a fair trial try it for both hot and cold starching, and if you don’t think you do be’ter work, in less time and at smaller cost, return it and your grocer will give you back your mone>. A man saves his religion and his best suit of elotlx-s for Sundav JoyThEY (jiltlNG To Every Home as with Jcy ..s hearts and :miling faces they remp and play—v/hen in health—-and hew ccrK.: :ve to health ihe games in which they indulge, the outdoor life they enjoy the eanly, regular habits they should be taught to form and the wholesome diet cf wh: ■ they should partake. Ho.v tenderly their health should be preserved, not by cor nt medication, but by careful avoidance of every medicine cf an injuri ous or ofcj tionable nature, and if at anytime a remedial agent is required, to assist nature, o; those of known excellence should be used; remedies which are pure and whole: me and truly beneficial in effect, like the pleasant laxative remedy, Syrup cf i- ;s, manufactu-ed by .he California Fig Syrup Co. Syrup of Figs has come intc ners! favor in many millions of well informed families, whose estimate cf its qua! and excellence is based upon persona! knowledge arid use. Syrup Figs has also met v/ith the approval of physicians generally, because they knev. is wholesome, simple and gentle in its action. We inform all reputa ble physic.-.ns as to the medicinal principles of Syrup of Figs, obtained, by an original mf.'.od, from certain plants known to them to act most beneficially and presented :r. an agreeable syrup in which the wholesome Californian blue figs are used to promote the pleasant taste ; therefore it is not a secret remedy and hence we are free to refer to all well informed physicians, who do not approve of patent , JPedicines and never favor indiscriminate self-medication. ' f Please t remember and teach vour children also that-the genuine Syrup of Figs ’ "‘always has the full name of the Company—California Fig Syrup Co —plainly printed on the front of every package and that it is for sale in bottles of one size I cniy. if any dealer offers any other than the regular Fifty cent size, or having j i printed thereon the name of any other company, do not accept it. If you fail to get I 1 the genuine you will net get its beneficial effects. Every family should always have Ii i a bottle on hand, as it is equally beneficial for the parents and the children, l whenever a laxative remedy Is required. It HAD TO USE A CANE Weakened Kidneys Made an Elwood, Ind., Man's Back Give Out. R. A. Pugh, transfer business, 2020 North B street, Elwood, Ind., says: “Kidney trouble kept j me laid up for a long time, and when I j was able to he up I I had to use a cane, i 1 had terrible hack- ! aches and pain in I the shoulders. Tho k idne y secretions were dark colored. After doctoring in vain. I began using Doan’s Kidney Pills. Three boxes cured me entirely, and I am glad to recommend them.” Sold by all dealers. 50 cents a box. Foster-Milbum Co., Buffalo, N. Y. Playwright's Method of Work. Mr. A. W. Pinero has an unusual method of writing his plays. His work day does not begin until that of the average city man is over. In the morning he goes out, preferably on his bicycle, returning in time for early I dinner. Then he has a comfortable 1 sleep, and on waking up, late in the ! afternoon, lie prepares for business. After a cup of tea he goes to his desk and remains working at his play until far into the night Laundry work at home would he much more satisfactory If the right Starch were used. In order to get tho desired stiffness, it Is usually neces sary to use so much starch that the beauty and fineness of the fabric is bidden behind a paste of varying thickness, which not only destroys tho appearance, hut also affects the wear- ; ing quality of the goods. This trouble 1 can be entirely overcome by using De- , fiance Starch, as it can be applied much more *hinly because of its great er strength than other makes. Point Won by Flattery. Gen. French, the English officer who represented that country at tho recent French maneuvers, received the following letter after hisi tri umphant return from the Boer war: “My Dear French: You are a great British general. I want your auto graph; but, whatever you do, don’t let your secretary write It.” Needless to say, the boy got the autograph, and a signed photograph of his hero to boot. t Chinese Adept at “Soldiering." The Chinese In tho mines of South Africa exert themselves as little as (tossihle when on salary, hut show great activity when put on piece work. RHEUMATISM AND NEURALGIA ST i JACOBS OIL [• The Proved Remedy :* For Over 30 Years. ’* Price and 53c 1 r Jure'byeaTu-«! Thompson’s Eye Wat PI'TXAM FA DKI.KSS DVKS cost hut 10 cents per package and color more goods faster au«l brighter colors. A man’s past, doesn’t Interest a woman as much as his presents. .Mrs. Winslow** Soothing Syrup. For i-liii.iifii i*niiiiitf. H't int- I...* ifUtn'p. In. nauiiiiBi.oii alia.* |«ln,ciiit‘ii*liidii>.li'. t*. • IkiIIIi-. • What is the goal of your ambition, Harry?" "I ain’t got no goal. I’m named after urn’s bachelor brother, who’s a millionaire, and ain’t goln’ to leave anything to charity." i’hat an article may be good as w :i as cheap, and give entire satisfaction, is proven by the extraordinary sale of Defiance Starch, each package con taining one-third more Standi than can be had of any other brand for the same money. Women Have Pet Snakes. A great many snakes are imported into England. There is a brisk de mand for snnke pets among rieh ladies. It’s a funny kind of pet, per haps, but they seem to like them, and get quite fond of them. I suppose it’s because ladles nowadays like the unusual. Of course, these pet snakes are all nonpoisouous.—London Morn ing Leader. How’s This? Vo nffrr One Hundred Hollar* flow-aid for any .-a«e ..f < utarrh that cannot bo cured by Hall'* Catarrh Cure. F..». CIIKNKY & CO., Toledo. O. We. the underulKiied. have known I-'. J. Cheney for tin- last IS year*, and bellove him perfectly hon orable in all blialiiea* trailaactloua amt flnain lally able to • urry oi.t any obligation* mailt by hi* firm. Waliiixh, Kiknan * Maiivin, Wbdleaali- l»riiK*l»i*. Toledo. O. Hall'* Catarrh Cure !« taken Internally, actinic dlrei t'y upon the blood and mucuua aurfaree of « lie »y*tom. Tn»Utiionlal* sent free. 1’rtce 75 couts per bottle. Sold by all llriiKKUiH. Take Hall'a Family Fill* for constipation. John Stuart Mill. James Mill, Ills father, was a hard man, a clever man, and a crank—a hedonist capable of making himself I thoroughly disagreeable about the greatest happiness of the greatest i number; a theorist who regarded his clover son as a suitable object for ed ucational experiments. He would not send liltu to school because schools were the fortresses of ’‘prejudice," and taught the wrong things in the wrong way. He pro vided him with no playmates, and al lowed him no holidays, lest "the habit of work should he broken.” —Francis Giibble, In Fortnightly Review. This Is What Catches Me! llfSpjß | l6o*.—One-Third Moro Starch. j /(SdPrw* A A F*l tf WCTWBfS I * (■' ' isy# id 02-1 v- t'/A / FULL UUP* ,r lOc MBMA No premiums, b it one-third Wf/i:/f more starch than you get of fj / / jfllj j other brands. Try it now, for fr r 'V l yf » h°* or cold starching it has no Wji !j y.- -'; , I f, t equal and will not stick to the iron, mm > •« BUILT UP HER HEALTH SPEEDY CURE OF MISS GOODE She la Made Well by Lydia E. Ptok harn’H Vegetable Compound, and Writes Gratefully to Mrs. Pink bom. For tbo wonderful help that she ha* found Miss Cora Goode, 255 K. Chicago Avenue, Oiieago, 111., believes it her duty to write tl»e following letter for publication,in order that othcrwomai aillieted in the same way may be Ctira (roor/e J benefited ns she was. Miss Goode is president of the Bryn Rlawr Lawn Tenuis Club of Chicago. She writes; Dear Mrs. Pinkliam: — '• I tried ninny different remedies to build up my system, which had become run down fiuin lovtof projH*r rest, anti tinruamin alile hours, but nothing seemed to help me. Mother is n great advocate of Lydia K. I’ink hiim's Vegetable Compound for fenmlo trou bles, having used it herself some years ago with great suet-ess. So I liegnn to take it, and in less than a month I was able to layout of lied and out of doors, anil in three mouths 1 was entirely well. Really I have never foil so .strung nud well as 1 buve since. ” No other medicine has such a record of cure sof female troubles ns bn* Lydia E. l'inkham’s Vegetable Compound. Women who are troubled with pain ful or irregular periods, backache, bloating (or liatulenee), displacement of organs, inflainmution or ulceration, can be restored to perfect health nml strength by taking Lydi* K. I’inkhain s Vegetable Compound. Mrs. Pinklinm invites nil sick women to write her for advice. *Mic hu*guided thousands to health. Her experience is very great, anti she gives tiie benefit of it to all who stand in need of wise connB4*l. She is the dnughtr r-ln-law of Lydia E. l'inkliam and for twenty five years ha* been advising hick women free of charge. Address. Lynn. Mass. W. L. DOUGLAS з. & *3.00 Shoes BEST IN THE WORLD W.LDoug!a3 s4Gilt Edge camotbt.cqualledal2nyprlc3 /f c; 1\ ) PwAfmmh' ti * 5 6HOES Zuß EVERYBODY AT ALL PRICES. Man - * Shoe*. »ti to »t.t O. «■>ytf Bhoy. $3 и. Wu.ie-rfa £.;•«*. 64 t- i to j..ao. Ull** „• Jt C ill lr- Shows. t-- 20 to tI.OO. Trv W. 1,. Ooiiklm Wuiiicu'**. and Children'* atone*; for itlyle, fit arid nm they ea<«tl other inaltiu. If I could take ycu Into my large factories at Brockton, Mass.,and .shew you how carefully NV.L. Dougin‘•-shoes nre made, you-would then understand why they hold their shape, fit better, wear longer, and arc of greater value than any other ma!:-. Wherever y«»u live, you can obtain W. L. Dougl#* shoe*. Mi* name and price I * afi-mre-J on tne tmtinm, which protect# you again*! high price# and Inferior #h«e». T«*r no mohair t ufe. ASk o-our dealer fur W. L. I>naixtas 1*0* » and ln*l*t upon having them. fait f-'/tor thrifts ui-'l; th‘ 1/ will nn> trra - fcm.tn#. Wrl'e *<ir llluatratrd Catalog *•! I n'l St \ lr*. W. L. DOUdLAS, Dept. 12. Urocktoo, Mm. READERS • i_ t ng advemseti in its colurr r.*. should insist upon having wr at they a** lor. relusir.A: ail substi tutes cr imitations. DEFIANCE 3TABCH- ; *™£ ‘•DEFIANCE ’ IS SUPERIOR QUALITY. S. it. lis.lt i:x n A X TED. W«* nui.i a live, ae-ivcaixl ik-fmiiuhiv rapenWrrt k.-i 1. sin-11 ■ 1 Uiol liH.-a.iijr wrli *ufllcivni ui-mu-v u . hi* flt-l month s • noflT «T our Sl*. ■•llrliy I.oM Prr-urr Ilnll*.** HlrrUnw 11 *• •- l.iir-.t*. A mi it iii-ikli-I in «-.*» slur# apc i.e Hu. l four onup. iin mill iii«ifnr-ern ■•«. Tr Mien a muu we will * »e exclit*!v« «a « uuki am > refund m i-v 1 f t'MMla n--c >w K ,iirs K'lriht-r 1,11 ~> u-ir- <.nn*|ii>-v ’I hefluiMlara- Ul.ietl L:ahl Co . UUO N. Muisled SC. Ch*ca«o. lib VV. N. U. DENVER, NO. 44, 1904.