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Nature’s 'Way Is The Best.
Barwd dwp o«r American loraat we iad Wood root, iiaaaa'a root, maw* drake awd »towa root.ffoldan aaal.Oraffua ffrepc root aad chcrrybsrh. Of thaw Ur. K. V. Piero* made a pare fframe attract whtrh ha* hate farorahly known for M*r (arty year*. Ha nailed it <.olden Medical Daontrr." Th*a “ Discovery *’ pnriitt the Mood aad ton** a. the atomach and the entire ayaltm ia Natara' own way. It‘a iaat the lane haildrr aad tonic you require •rhea reaoeennff from a hard cold. fnp. or paawmMie. No matter bow atroaff the aaaatitatioa the atomach ia apt to ha “ oat of kilter ’’ at timet; ia coaaequrece th* Mood it dtaordarad. lor the atomach ia the laboratory for the eoaefaat mami fwtaro of Mood. Or. Pioreo't (Golden Medical Diecaecry atreaffthena the atomach— pate it in aha pa to make para, rich Mood kef pa the hear aad kidney* to ripel the potaona from the body. The wank, atm oaa, nadowa, debilitated condition which *o many people cape nance at this time of the year ia u aw ally the effect of potaona ia the Mood; it ia often indicated by pimple* or boil* appearing on the akin, the lace become* tbia— you leal “ bloc." “ Mura than a weak a*o I was inlrrni with an awful mid la my brad, throat, hreaat, and turfy.'* write* Mr. J a Mia G. Kr.trr of Tl<i L. Ktreet, W. K., \\»*hln*ioo. If. C. " homa called It uatirlppe. aoir.*- pn-nmoni*. I a *• advised by a friend to try a buttle of your -«*old*n Mxllral liirva ary.’ I trot] a buttle and It did me *o no b pr*! that I (•♦ I aafa In aayinir It Is the ureau-at and leat medicino that 1 ever took. My health la much bettor than It was before ualne your medlclnu. It dues all yuu claim fur It and la i. U hajrr. Esq satisfactory." M’MECHEN The hoard of mIiii «iion of I'nion dts trl* t ordered the !••• Ml public ft.’hools closed > e-1 er <1h y at non until further •otlre The city official- co-operated with the Ito.ird of education and ordered •11 businsas cu*p«fi<M In the moving picture heowa. ale., at the roller akatlng rink, until the <|i»ea-e wa« battle lien T/ ere ha- lern hut two ca-e« in &. i* . tty until last Friday evening the voung ct»i|«j of Mr and Mr- If F Woo.lv le.an.. suddenly III und after mm examination it proved to he a had . a*e of the .Ireaded dleeaae Yeaterday morning a total of five rair* were dl*« overed. in.iking li grand total of eight In the city at th* present time Prohibition Meeting To-night Arrangement are being completed for s prohIbition meeting to be held thta evening at the MrMerhen arhool nail auditorium The Kev W J Shaw, ol Lhls city, wll deliver the addregli To Mest To-night. t-ncal lodge. Knlghta of 1‘ythta-. will •ne*t thla evening and arrangement** will be completed far the corner -tone laying of the Flrat M K « hurch. to he held *n this city next Sunday afternoon. To Betnrn Today. ffev K If Fellers paetnr of the First M F. church. Frederick I.orentx anl rtsrd !» «»*>odwln will return from Fla ps. W Vs., where they have been at 1 tending the annual conference the past week. To Meet To- aigkt The Woman * liitde . i*ea of the Klrat 1 M. K « hurcu wtl meet tula evening at ’ne Sunday school room* of tn« church in regular monthly session To Attend Meeting. The \\ ll«i<’h and Marshall marching • lub of tht* city, are making ar rang men * m to attend the I >m v i e meeting to ♦►e held at ltenw<a»d city building Thurs da> evening Work Started. Contractor* started work yesterday morning on the ••itavatlng on Htsth ' elreet In preparatory to the new atree*. laving to he laid along the north aide iff thla street Socialists to Meet The local Socialist* will hold a mas* meeting In the \t• M•• • ’»#•»• hall •• nest I ndav evening and l»«n Hogan, of Ark ansas a lawver. arid noted orator will deliver the principal addreas McMechen Brtdefa. Mr* C K Welch in confined to her home on Seventh afreet with an attn* U , of dyphtherla. Mra Charles Mcckey. of Fairmont, la I spending a few day a with friend* and i« last ft v es in thin city There will !*e no meeting thi* evening of the V I* S C K. owing to »h** epl Idemlc of diphtheria now prevailing In thi* city W. M William* of Bridgeport, trans acted business In this city >«-»terdav afternoon. 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CHAMPION GAS HEATERS NO SWEAT AND NO ODOR Then# heater* have a large \Ir Kbit running from the floor through the renter of the moil' to the foi> ThN flue la entirely *ur rounded hi the hot draft and It eonatnntlj dlarhargt < a large vo|. time of hot air The Hot Iimfi doe* not go “freight up to 'he outlet, hill la made to 11rrle hark and forth he tween the inner and outer radiat Ing drum* The Open White Portia fuel give* the exaet appearance of a hard eoal lire when alove la iu operation K ALBITZER’S Slm~ ‘KSsy 10WlfV.2 Market Street. THE FARMER’S STORE Stove, and Ranges Gun. and Ammunit on ri r-mVi SM.r*. ""*• I nda/tlllla' SI hIX”'"' < h>trnn .n4 Tn»ir> ft .bjesj. Nm«ll M.r4t»itra --- S3 '__ T..m- „h _\ WMI " " »n>1 «/.|# I#i9h»r l v .h.itg II Matlnfn# fir.ri «'i;tr«r •»« .f, r»f m#*** . rf>Fiin<|e«1 I! Olv • u» * m|| 11 C. F. Ilrniinlich £» Co. | an.. M. w V. .. ' PERKINS YELLS ICotntix from First Fw«» ) most “dropped dead” when Senator Albert J [lever'dge. of Indiana. r» turnesj to him Ste.oo.* which he sent him In 1>«4. Thl* waa the only In stance he knew of. he said, of a “man running for office returning money after he got hla hands on it.‘ Mr Perkins grew Indignant when he was ifiestioneu as to any relation hls activities in connection with the ism« campaign might have had to the with. I holding of the suit against the harvete ; ter company planned by the depart 1 men* of justice in lSmT. He d* < lar.-d | that for the government to have be I sun the act .on at that time would i have been "totally unfair because ihe bureau of corporation was then Inv eatIgatIng the company. That he Went to see president Kooaeveit, and that the latter, after Investigation or dered the suit delayed His statement to Herbert Knox Smith, commissioner of cnrporations, that “we would light or “the Morgan interests would fight * he said, meant only that the case would be fought in the courts and had no political significance in <„n Huston. Mr Perkins sa'd he never asked no favor of any government official and he was not in politics :o obtain business favors. "When this campaign I* over." he added. "If, on the 6th of November Theodore Kooaeveit is elected, on No vember t> our accounts will pc sgviare." Half a dozen Philadelphia news papermen were sworn, to testify that William Minn, the Pittsburgh leader was in Philadelphia at the time Sena I tor Penrose charges Minn offered him 11.000,000 for hls support for the s«n\ torship to succeed Senator quay. Mr Minn, on the stand, declared that he was not m Philadelphia at the time The committee will meet to-mor .b,lt '* •" probable no witnesses "III be heard Several wli; sum moned for Wednesday, according to t-rettoni plans, and ihe committee. ki*’1' , ’'' n,‘s<la' h session, will prob ably adjourn until after election. Wake* Statement. It Packer ^hKiwOCt Jud*‘" Alton ,l1'* •’•'itiocrMtic presidential candidate in I him, s.ild to-night that ne was astounded at the Colossal" contributions to the ltemoora!t'“am Port!! Uo' m v,'*r »*> Thom;, < flmnne ,K;U"" "* CCVealed in the tes before the Clapp committee tti uanhiDKton to-day. I have read the testimony of Mr Rvan. said Judge Parker. and I The imoiUnd,"1 1 *ah 14 * ways under he Impression that Mr Hyun and Mr Belmont were leading contributors to the Itemocratc campaign because the press sold M). but llo, tll.|t ,hej ,,.re colossal contributors. a> now app.. r' nor'*r.k,,, w Mr favored ,ur nomination and Mr itvan has vigor OU*ly Opp«vf,| If It now uppers from Mr Itvan s whIT?' !h“' l*"' 1,1 "'** <a<"i>algn •h*n my election was not even hoper for by him. the paid a vast of money to meet the debts or the Sn Iona Committee that the honor ot til* Democratic party might not t, . I mpanged August Helnnmt Is slid have Joined tn that undertaking NVu> er they n,,r n,eir friends ever gave m"J, . blnt Of th's personal sacrifice ' not for the ramlidatc hut tor the K,y, *°f "*«* 'h-y were attached ror • ight years unw- they have suffered reproach, but I for one doff ,n> hat , , l!,, ni for rt“e honor of the Menus <ratio party--,»d |n ,|„. ll0(„. of amnl “ Ca "d ld‘,,<b f"r it s defeat was amply assured m the closing of the campaign they made good fhe ohl gatians of the organization, not out or ne funds of corporations, hut out of their own pockets PniV'lr ihUU7"r. °f ,hP ,*,ml«Mcn of l.mi Is the abolition of corporate con tribution* by federal statutes and l.v eta^ “'tV* 0f .'hl* "n<l "li,nv o'be'r o '.I T1'. statutes, supplemented as they have been by arts requiring publication of contributions W ih..!Ir "T*; ,,f ,h" --ontrihutors. • Ill ultimately do away with the prar tic, of raising ,,,rge suras of niun. , to make merchandise of the votes „r wiViIt"".?ndsI°r..,hl* al1 KO...J citlz.ns Hill hv thankful. Sick headache |B caused by a dls ordered stomach. Take Chamberlain * I Tati.ets and corre, t that and <hc head juche* will disappear For sale hv all | dealers.—Ad v. * ROOSEVELT (OoBtlanoit front rirat p»c. , I that his condition map unchanged Aid.-d by the x Hat examination made ; yeaterday. Itr lumber! wax able to determine the position of the bullet f’V an external examination to-day Me Placed a finger on the precis.. and t'oionel Roosevelt showed I im that he waa right. for b« paid Thafp mighty pore there" Phyticlana’ Bulletin. "The bullet |P Imbedded In the ma lor pectoral muscle. paid lir I .am l»ert And. as the X-ltay photograph showed. In elope to the fourth rth ..n the right Plde |t «||| |,e , ,,mpIr matter to remove the bullet later, should t'oionel Roosevelt wish |f *• There wap little doiiht In llr Ijim herfp mind that t'oionel Roos.-vlt “""Id he we l enough to addr. ps the campaign rally planned for Madlaon H'luare Harden on fh-toher 1" The f olonel. paid the doctor, would f»e permitted to speak for half an hour Hut If you tell him he mav -peak for half an hour won t he keep ,,n talking'" the dorter waa ashed i “Oh. no." h. replied I II |„. right there and I II ring the bei| on him I mil he hap milled from the ef fert» Of the trip, t’oionel Hoopev.-ii Will he required to rest absolutely B,Hy Bundag't Saloon Aphorsmp Th.- saloon Is n rat hoi,. f,,r t lo Workingmen f.» .lump 11t.-lr wag.a >, i I wo,ildn» st.w.p i,, „ min I who weighs ptarvaf Ion. mi I,-r o. •> • rv. murder and >11 other rim.,. tils pea lea and hnlanees th. m with , few dirt v l.e.r •»!..,| dollar. 1 Alt the rtv.r* ,»f earth and all th, I l.reepes r.f li.pvrn sweplnc .tiroogh i | bpl.a.n .mil.| p a *a*h 1?, tilth | away | t’rlve the saloons e,ut of Im -nr a - 1 and veu'd see th.- tugg f r* t 11 ul ,.f prosperity In ifie hi. orv of this ... „ trv ffave We gotten Po low down ihsl Ihe entv p. .pie who ft, r .tml m, ersv" are II,. «, who |,,|| , r ,.,,f ,,f grog shop. Talk -iim,it "sni.s.n r. g ilufh n" Von might ns wety tr\ t,. r. r date 1 1 powder mill in lull J The SI..n i- ihe « haring ho se f».r i alt ihe ip.u i| s. wage, .rime and iiith "f 1 tie land I ,1 raih.r la a d., it st.rrlng f.ttrh to tr». fun . ,»f 0. than a ,-hur,*i to. ml. 1 ||..| op Witt. loop. eAitit-ffipipai 1 A Saving OF 25c to 40c On Every Dollar Spent U Worth Going After Sample Sale PRICES WARRANT THIS fl _<*n am one ^nule pure t.f m I fij ^4ThllA7ffR Furniture. t arpet. Hug. t[JX B g ¥ f Stoie. etc. — Balance as ' KuiU you. $19$ For a prettily Foral Decorated Fifty-Piece Dinner Set Undtij''aze Procrss These S~ts are the Sample f 'ts of two F.ast Lix.rpool anj two Trenton factories A remaikahle value. SAMPLE KITCHEN CABINETS Buy a big $.to Kitch- G*QQ.50 • en Cabinet for only Si.00 Down gets it to your home. i The $14 00 Tables arc offered at g< The $ IH IN) Tables are offered at $KS.S)H The $2500 Tables are offered at . MIS. *»s The $.12 SO Tabb-s are offered at .SUIJ.JfM The $45 00 T ables arc offe red at.... Si;; l.ffs y 52 Sample Three-Piece Parlor Suites $18.98 ST* $-.‘>00 quality Three Piece Suite covered with Chase Leather or Silk Velour. Those worth $30.00 for onh 822 TVS Those worth $40.00 for onlv .42fl.OM Those worth $‘S.00 for only 8l!.f*W Those worth $70 00 for only $51.9S I 500 ROCKERS Oak and Mahogany $1.58 for $ 3.50 One* $3.48 for $ 5.50 One* $^.S8 for J> 6.50 One* $6X8 for $ S 50 One* 38.50 for $12.00 One* Only I Feet W ide . I Cha*c 1 cathcr Cover* W hen closed hold* mattress, blan ket*. pillow* sheet*. I’rieew Sj*OQ. QO f*n Krom ?V»..V> m - Th# Dnofod «« ihovn b*r#, mMitirn °B,f • (t in •"’lli »ri »' #o opvnad f i’lf craifur’iMf •• *Br*f»Ti^bTm "kidMUt “ »*•«•• ^},i*,*lth 210 I.EATHER ROCKERS Sale f’ri;e $16.98 to $45.00 Regular Retail I’riees H22.mi to 263 Dining Room Rugs Irom Hip !M. Y. \urlion alp r t . or p..i,nl ! 9 >”•' »*.•>-.»- »f «• .t »‘»i« i »* r •' *1 t.fIN I?' *1 l.fl* I. '■ “ 1 * i ».nn « ■ > >. H :«• *27.7* Ho use & Herrmann—Sample Sale!