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room in the boose if you own » PERFECTION Oil Hater. This is an oil batter that give* satisfaction whoever uud. Produces intense beat without smoke or smell because it is equipped with smokeless device —no trouble, no danger. Easily carried around from room Jj ~~ to room. You cannot turn the wick too high if | W or too low. As easy and simple to care for Id as a lamp. The PERFECTION Oil Heater (Equipped wltb Smokeless Device.) is an ornament to the home. It is made in two finishes —nickel fTI and japan. Brass oil fount beautifully embossed. Holds . ".P 4 quarts of oil and burns 9 hours. Every heater warranted. _ti Jpy_ Do not be satisfied with anything but a PERFECTION Oil Heater. / If you cannot get Heater or information from your dealer write / J vk\ to nearest agency for descriptive circular. jb ft V The makes the home ViWl/ |SW all-round household use. Gives a dear, steady light. Fitted with latest improved burner. Made of brass throughout and lT nickel plated. Every lamp warranted. Suitable for library, dining room or parlor. If not at your dealer's write to nearest Jfc\. *&*cy. STANDARD OIL COMPANY. «s^B» Tom Watson Resign*. At the offices ot Tom Watson's mag azine in New York the report that Watson had retired from the editorial management of the magazine was con firmed. Dissensions between Watson and the principal stockholder of the concern. Colonel Mann, of Town Top ics, is responsible for the retirement of the distinguished populist from tht active control of the publication. Hi is now at his home In Thomson, Ga. where he announced that ho will di vote his time to literary work. Named After Jim Hill. A large tract of land has beei bought at Gray's Bay, sixteen mile; inside the mouth of the Columbi. river and a new city named Jim Hi will soon be laid out by the Grea. Northern and Northern Pacific rail roads. This new port, together witL the North Band railroad, which J. J Hill Is Duilding down the Columbia, are to perpetuate his name and geuius in western railroad construction. riTP 8t - Vltu* fiance and >11 Ner,oui uue»u: Mid f*ruiMi*ul»y cured bj Dr. klloes Ureal 1 &«>•• iieaturer. deuti for Flfiili trial bottle and treatise. lit. B. H. Kilns, Ld., Ml Arch Hi., mu., Fa. Jones —Got a match. Smith/ Smith (insinuatingly)—Y»s, but i have bo cigar. Jones —Then you won't need the match, will you? Yet's have it.—Clev eland Leader. Te Break ia New Shoo*. Always shake In Allen's Foot-Ease, a powder It cures hot, sweating, *ehlng, swollen leet Cures eorni, Ingrowing nails and Vmnlone. At all druggists and ahoe "tores, 2Ae~ Dor'taccept any subelltute Sample mailed FREE. Address Alton 8. Olmsted, Le Boy, N. Y. Earl Cromer is- one of the most thorough students of the Bible that the English public have among their prominent men. • Scrofula ' Few are entirely free from it. It may develop so slowly as to causo little if any disturbance during the whole period of childhood. It may then produce dyspepsia, ca tarrh, and marked tendency to con sumption, before causing eruptions, sores or swellings. To get entirely rid of it take the great blood-purifier, Hood's S?t4aparilla In usual liquid form or in chocolatcd tablets known as Sarsatab*. ICO doses $1. STPSTOMA H For Infanta and Children. HHnBHThe Kind You Have HHsnPHI Always Bought AtfcUbkbcpacatiaabrAs- ■ » Bears the / \ Promotes ■ Signature | VJr for Over S.<nalOT of I Thirty Years "^CASTOBH Fastidious Summer Boarder —Could I have some oil, please, for my cucum bers? Farmer Hornihand —lie! Fer cow cum tiers! Why, them's the slickeriest Lhings, they Is, next to a eel, an' any body that caln't swaller them things without greasin' ought see a throat specialist.—Judge. There iff more Catarrh in this section ef Ifae juntry than all other diseases put together, 'id until the last few years was supposed to w incurable. For a great many years doe rs pronounced it a local disease, and pre* ,*ribed local remedies, and by oonstantly failing to cure with local treatment, pre nounced it incurable. Science has proven ca tarrh to be a constitutional disease, and there fore requires constitutional treatment. Hall's .'atarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J. Cheney .■ Co., Toledo, Ohio, ia the only constitu ional cure on the market. It is taken in rnally in doses from 10 drops te a teaspoon tl. It acts directly on the blood and mucous ■rfacr of the system. They offer one hun dred dollars for any case it fails te cure. Send for circulars and testimonials. Address, K. ). CHENEY & CO.. Toledo, O. Sold by Druggists, 76c. Hall s Family Pills are the best. The pleasure of getting married Is an Incentive to divorce. "That trainer is a wonder. He can break a horse by driving him once around the track." "That's nothing. Many a horse has broken me the same way."-rCleveland Leader. Mothers will find Mrs. Window's Soothing Syrup the best remedy to use for their children during teething period. ENBLAVE WHITES AND BLACKS. Hundreds Said to be Held in Peonage In Florida. Fresh allegations of the existence of slavery In southern Florida, below l Tampa, have been made to the depart j ment of justice, and it is alleged that hundreds of men in the state, both white and negroes, are held in virtual slavery. It Is declared that those re sponsible for this condition of affairs : are mostly northern men and compa nies engaged In turpentine and lumber , business and in mining phosphate i rock. It Is further alleged that the sheriffs In various counties In Florida ' are said to be parties to the enslaving of negroes. The department's Inform ant, who is a woman, is to have an interview with Attorney General ! Moody, after which the department ' will decide on the course It will pur . sue. Sunday Island, in the Pacific, Is really the tallest mountain in the world. It rises 2000 feet out of five miles of water, and Is thus nearly 30,- 000 feet from base to summit. I Secretary Wilson has made a compu tation showing that It would require an Investment of $590,000,000 at two pet cent to reproduce revenues enough to run the Department of Agriculture for one year. This is an illustration, . be said, of what Is being done for the farmer. The Income to the department from all sources. Including the direct i appropriations, revenues from forest reserves, and the allowance for publlc printing Is a little more than $11,000,- 000 a year. When the new meat In spection law, the work of exterminat ing the cattle fever, tic*, and the gypsy and brown-tailed moth, and the Irrigation of dry laud farming have been put In operation, the department will have a pay roll of over 0,000 per sons. About half of these are scien tists, trained along special lines The average salary Is less than $!KJO a year. Over 12,000,000 pieces of literature are circulated each year, and this amount will be greatly Increased as new lines of Investigation are begun. One of the new lines provided for this year Is grain Inspection, and this promises to be one of the largest fields of scien tific labor. | The census burea will soon begin collection of marriage and divorce sta tistics under the census authorized by Congress. A few special agents will go Into the field at once to confer with county authorities and others as to scope of the information available. Over 200 clerks will be sent out to gather statistics on marriage ami di vorce from the records of counties, State courts and like available sources of Information. It is the Intention to father data in large centers like New l'ork and Chicago tills suiuaier, and later to obtain it in the rural districts. The census will cover the last twenty years, president ltoosevelt Is ueeply Interested In It. Uniform divorce legls latlon lu the States is expected to grow aut of It Nowhere In the world are bank de posits increasing In a greater ratio than In the United States. The French, Just ly famed for their economy and saving proclivities, are easily outclassed by the Americans, reputed spendthrifts and the most extravagant i>e<>ple on earth. Oftlclal figures Just at hand show that in France from 18S5 to 1003 bank deposits Increased from $182,000,- 000 to $570,000,000, or 218 per cent. In the United States during the same years the deposits Increased from $1.- 248,000,004 to $4.73T),000.000, or 271 per cent This great Increase is properly chargeable to the prosperity enjoyed In the United States rather than to a healthy growth of the habit of economy. Hereafter every man in the military service of the United States will have his thumb print taken and died with the records of his enlistment, so that there may be no mistake lu his identi fication whether dead or alive. The impression of different fingers will also be taken, so that the loss of a thumb would not shut off means of identifica tion. This system has been adopted on recommendation of a board appointed by Actlug Secretary Aluswortb. The board found that the chauces of finger prints of two persons being alike was one in U4.000.000,000. The system will also be employed for the detection of deserters and to prevent fraudulent In dorsements. The Postmaster General has Issued a fraud order agalust the Vlneless Pota to Company of Chicago, which has been advertising a substance at $4.n0 per bottle known as |>otatlne, which was guaranteed to produce as many pota toes In a bin of sawdust, without vines or foliage, as could be grown on an acre of ground, within a period of sixty days. | A statement made by the Secretary of the Interior showing the allotment of funds under the provisions of the national Irrigation Act, says that the sum of $41,000,000 derivable from the Bale of public lands 18 available for this purpose. Work will be continued or begun In fifteen western States. I A ftfce of fifteen special agents of th" Interior Department which hud been furloughed for several months on account of lack of funds, resumed ag gressive Investigation of land frauds In the Western and Southern States under the appropriation which became effec tive July t. The Isthmian Canal Commission hag Issued Invitations for pr»|>o*nls to fur nish not less than 2,500 Chinese labor ers for canal construction over a period of not less than two years. The word ing day Is to consist of ten hours, with all overtime paid for at the tluie and a-bulf rate. Tbe War Department bas awarded tae entire Issue of Philippine builds to tbe amount of 11.000,000 to Kiske & Robinson, New York, at 102.28. These certificates bear 4 per cent Interest, are redeemable In one year and are accept able as security for public deposits. It U tbe sixth Issue of Its kind. J Tbe Postoflice Department bas decid ed to test at Baltimore tbe use of auto mobiles In tbe collection of mall. If successful, the system will be extended to all tbe larger cities. Two sutomo blles have been constructed which are capable of doing work of four horse drawn vehicles. I When thirty Hebrew children, who ( were orphaned by tbe Kishinev massa cre, arrived at New York tbe Immigra tion officials ruled tbat they must be sent back. An appeal was taken, how ever, by the United Hebrew charities and wealthy Individual Hebrews, and tbe order was rescinded by direction of tbe President. Homes bare been pro vided by fiuillies who will adopt theiu. i ARE NOW CHAMPIONS CHICAGO AMERICANS TOOK THE SERIES FROM THE NATIONALS. World'a Champions Win Laat Game 8 to 3—Brown, Star Pitcher of Na tional, Batted Out of the Box—Sox "Rooters" Go Wild — Championa Took First, Third, Fifth and Sixth. Chicago, Oct. 15. —The Chicago club of the American Baseball league is the champion of the world. By winning Sunday's game 8 to 3 against the local club of the National league, the Aemri cans earned the right to fly the world's championship pennant as well as the penDant of the American league, to ride to the grounds next season In car riages and to have "World's Cham pions lettered on the blankets worn by their horses. Sunday's game was the sixth of the series and the fourth victory for the Americans. Before 19,242 delirious fans the White Sox rudely Jerked Mordecla Brown, the Chicago National pitcher, from his pedestal as the best pitcher In the National league and tossed him up on the shelf. Before the second in ning was over Comiskey's "hitless" wonders had made eight hits off the three-fingered miner, of which two were two-baggers. He could not have won If he had six fingers on his pitch ing hand in the way the south-siders went after him, and he joined Taylor. I-undgren, Reulbach and a few substi tutes sitting gloomily on the bench. Seven runs were assembled by the White Sox before Mr. Brown was re tired, and In the eighth they grabbed off another Just to be sure. Overall, who was first aid to the injured, yield ed up six more hits to the sluggers, and when the day was done the Cubs had gathered but three runs from seven hits off Dr. White. Th'o spectacular features of the day were much the same as those fur nished by the big west side crowd on Saturday, although there was no lively stick work. Comlskey and Murphy had deckled lhat they had as much money In the box office as they wanted, stopped the sale of general admission tickets an hour and a half before the game be ?an. The five thousand fans who were turned away had the advantage over those who got In on one point—they could go back home and eat their Sunday dinners, while the 19,000 faith ful, who bulged out the fences of the south side park dined off Bandwlches or went hungry until the champsion ship was decided. Championship Record. First game won by Chicago Ameri cans, 2 to 1. Second game won by Chicago Na tionals, 7 to 1. Third game won by Chicago Ameri cans, 3 to 0. Fourth game von by Chicago Na tionals, 1 to 0. tilth game won by Chicago Ameri cans, 8 to 6. Sixth game won by Chicago Ameri cans, 8 to 3. Sporting Notes. Morrlstown, N. J. —Charles Suydnm. 19 years of age, was killed Saturday in a football game between the Morris town high school and the Morrlstown boarding school. Young Suydam, who was on the high school eleven, was accidentally tripped. He fell heavily, bi caking his neck. Fishermen from Europe and Amer ica competed for fly casting honors at New York Saturday In the flrst annual tournament of the Anglers' club of New York. John Enrlght of Ireland, In the two handed salmon fly casting event, cast 148 feet 6 Inches, a new world's record. Enrlght also set two other records with 14 and 20 foot sal mon rods at 126 and 158 feet, respect ively. Wlnnm In the Different Leagues National league Chicago American league Chicago American association Columbus Eastern league ...Buffalo Southern league Birmingham Western league Dea Moines Pacific Coast Portland Northwestern league Tacoma Cotton States league Mobile Northern Copper league Houghton Texas league Austin Connecticut State league Norwich Southern Atlantic league ..Savannah Virginia league Lynchburg K. I. T. league Vincennes Trl-State league York Three-Eye league Cedar Rapids Wisconsin State league La Crosse Central Baseball league Grand Rapids lowa State league Burlington Chilean Ministry Goes Out. Santiago, Chile. —Tbe chamber of deputies has voted against the govern ment over the nomination of a mem ber of the council of state. This throws out President Montt's first ministry. Don Pedro Montt was Inaugurated president of Chile September 18, in succession to Jermain Rlesco. Grocer Shoots Man at Till. Salt Lake City, Oct. 13—An un known and unarmed man was shot through the heart in a small grocery store at Salt Lake City Sunday. D. O. Elmore, the proprietor, who did the shooting, claims that the man was try ing to ride the cash register. Wins Bride with Million*. Bridgeport, Conn.—At Elmhelm vil la, the summer residence of EJward T. Bedford, the Standard Oil m illon aire, Miss May Bedford, daughter of the wealthy magnate, became the bride of Lieutenant Johannes Schoitt Saturday afternoon. Railway Clerka Strike. El Paao, Tex.—Every member of the Brotherhood of Railway Clerks on the Atlantic system of the Southern Pacific from El Paso to New Orleans are on a strike. A TERRIBLE EXPERIENCE. How ■ Vetran Wat Saved the Am putation of a Limb. B. Frank Doremus, vetran, of Rosevelt Ave., Indianapolis, Ind., says: "I bad been showing symptoms of kidney trouble j from the time I was mustered out of the army, but In all my life I never suffered as in 1897. Head aches, dizziness and sleeplessness first, and then dropsy. I was weak and help less, having run down from 180 to 125 lbs. 1 was having terrible pain in the kid neys and the secretions passed almost ] involuntary. My left leg swelled until it was 34 Inches around, and the doctor tapped it night and morning until I could no longer stand it, and then he advised amputation. I re fused, and began using Doan's Kidney Pills. The swelling subsided gradual ly, the urine became natural and all my pains and aches disappeared. I have been well now for nine years since using Doan's Kidney Pills." For sale fcy all dealers. 50 cents a box, Foster-Mllburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. COUNT WITTE OUT FOR GOOD. Says He Will Never Again Direct Rus sian Finances. Count Wltte, when questioned In Paris recently in the matter of the St. Petersburg reports of a movement by Russia to induce him to resume the direction of Russian finances, said: j "Never, never will I return to pow er. I do not desire to speak 111 of the f emperor, who is still my Imperial mas ter and to whom I owe everything, nor of the government, nor of my country: | but I have had enough. You can not make that statement too emphatic." ! CONTAGIOUS BLOOD POISON HUMILIATING-VILE-DESTRUCTIVE 5 The very name. Contagious Blood Poison, suggests contamination and dread. It la the worst disease the world has ever known; responsible for more unhappiness and sorrow than all others combined. Nobody knows anything about the origin of this loathsome trouble, but as far back as history goes it has been regarded the greatest curse of mankind. No part of the body is beyond the reach of this powerful poison. No matter how pure the blood may be, when the virus of Contagious Blood Poison enters, the entire circulation becomes corrupted, the humiliating symptoms begin to appear, and the sufferer finds himself diseased from head to foot with the vilest and most destructive of all poisons. Usually the first symptom is a small sore or ulcer, so insignificant that it rarely ever excite* suspicion, but in a short while the skin » .breaks out in a red rash the glands of the groin swell, the throat and mouth ulcerate, triad all th« medicines he oould hear of. bat nothing did the hair and eve-brows come out, and often him any good. Ha want to Hot Springs but it™ w» , , r . J , > , , the other treatments hs had used, and bs was fa despair the body IS covered with of a our* when he heard of B. 8. 8. After taking it for spots, pustular eruptions and sores. aw „ kfl * a " I £*i ,d - hU h , alr 2 t ?? ped ,/ aUln " 1 oU ' * . ! ,« ~ . , and, continuing with It, ho soon fonnd himself on red m> There is hardly any limit to the ravar tireiy of this hideous disease. John leslie, ges of Contagious Blood Poison; if it is not Bookford, m. 719 w. state st. driven from the blood it affects the nerves, 1 was anioted with Blood Poison, and the; best doo nttaclcs the bones and in extreme cases lor, m * no *°° d ' thon K h 1 took the,r treatment faith, aitacics me Dones, ana in extreme cases In faot I seemed to get worse all the while. I took Causes tumors to form on the brain, pro- almost inry ao-oalled blood remedy, bnt they did not dncincr insanitv and death No other dis- 40 r ** oh tho disease, and had no effect whatever, I aucing insanity ana aeain. ino oiner ais- v|| for it „, m .d that I would never be ease IS SO highly contagious; many an inno- onrod. At the advloe or a Mend I then took B. 8. B. and cent person has become infected by using the 1 oontlnMd same toilet articles, handling the clothing, by * ' Hamlet, n. o. a friendly handshake or the kiss of affection < from one afflicted. But no matter how the disease is contracted, the sufferer feels the humiliation and degradation that accompany the vile disorder. Mercury and Potash are commonly used in the treatment of Contagious Blood Poison, but these minerals cannot cure the disease—they merely mask it in the system. All ex ternal evidences may disappear for awhile, but the treacherous poison is at work on the internal members and tissues, and when these minerals are left off the disease returns worse than before, because the entire system has been weakened and damaged by the strong action of the Mercury and Potash. There is but one certain, reliable cure for Contagious Blood Poison, and that is S. S. 8., the great vegetable blood purifier. It attacks the disease in the right way by going down into the blood, neutralizing and forcing out every particle of the poison. It makes the blood pure and rich, strengthens the different parts of the body, tones up the system, and cures this humiliating and destructive disorder permanently. The improvement commences as soon aa the patient gets under the influence of S. S. S. and continues until every vestige of the poisen is driven from the blood and the sufferer is completely restored to health. S. S. S. is not an experiment success. It has cured thousands of cases of Contagious Blood Poison, many of which had given the Mercury and Potash treatment, Hot Springs, etc.. a thor» ough trial, and had almost despaired of ever ® ™ being well again. S. S. S. is made entirely Dll DC I V If r OCT ADI C of roots, herbs and barks, and does not in rUntL 1 VCQb I HDLC j Qre tke system in the least. We offer • reward of $1,000 for proof that ft contains a particle of mineral of any kind. If yon are suffering with this despicable and debasing disease, get it out of your blood with S. & S. before it does further damage. We will gladly send our book with instructions for fell treatment and any medical advice, without charge, to all who write. THE SWIFT SPEOinO COMPANY. ATLANTA, NA. Street Car Jumpi Track. Los Angeles.—A Brooklyn avenue oar ran away on a steep curve on ac count of brakes falling to work. It Jumped the track and overturned, kill ing W. A. Barrett, who was pinned underneath It. More than a score of the 60 passengers on board were In jured. Heavy Snow Hits Colorado. Cripple Creek, Col., Oct. 14. —Twelve Inches of snow fell In this district Sat urday, and was drifted badly by a high wind. Beutel —— Business •• of business in the Colleges northwest. Send for large illus trated catalog. Positions guar anteed. Address T , either Tacoma l acoma and or Everett, Wn Everett Wn. Bp. N. U. No 42-6 ■ Kiprsa*charges prepaid on all dro« ordcnß | Btowell Dm Co. I Sffofcsw, "■- - * • Waak. I MINING NEWS. The effects of the strike of the coal miners of the Crow's Nest Pass Coal company is beginning to be felt in the reduction of shipment) which last week were the lowest in a year. The Trail smelter has notified the Le Hoi company that it will receive no more ore from the Le Roi and the smelting plant at Trail will close down. It is announced that a New York syndicate has closed a deal for the purchase of the Maple Leaf property in Franklin camp, B. C., ine consider ation in money being $125,000, of which sum $5000 is paid down. Native copper has been found in the Iconoclast mine, about one and one half miles north of Keller, Wash. The mine being worked by Tacoma peo ple under the management of Alexan der Macmasters. In the Coeur dAlenes. I It is rumored in Wallace that Heinze is negotiating for the purchase of the ' Alameda mine, which is on the divide between Burko and Nine Mile creek. I The Wonderful Mining company has filed articles of incorporation at Wal j lace. Ore has been found in the 100 foot lodge of the E. E. Mining company on Pino creek. I A contract has been signed whereby all of the ore from the Hercules mine 1 is to go to the Solby smelters at San Francisco, save 200 tons monthly, •which is under contract to the Amer ican Metal company for a period of seven years. The Solby company guarantees a freight rate of $7 a ton. A 900 foot spur is to be built from the 10. It. & N. tracks at. Burke io the Hercules ore bins in Gorge gulch. I A miner named Craig sustained a fractured leg in the Standard mine at Mace, Idaho, recently. A dog Is not the best Jiulgo of the fit I of a muzzle. When you WET WEATHER ~ /JtH ' CLOTHINO you want '/ complete ii > s j}T w 7l protection / U.v^ and long mjKl nf!l_ service. U/IVBf 0 |v These and many " // f '/ I y other good points , L/> '\ are combined In cj/JT / I TOWER'S ' FT FISH BRAND f ' / I OILED CLOTHING/ Toil can't afford / I to o\fy any other // i J iwn LJ J '555' »j»owc« co boi'vnui* f VJ. 41} *O*U Csnsoisi CO tq«P*.TQ <■*" ~r. HARD WATER MADE SOFT Send for free booklet showing analysts of hard water in 100 cities in the United States, with the amount of 20-Muto-Team Pure Borax necessary to use in each case to soften the water and produce clean, white clothes without injury to the finest fabrics or most deScate hands. A 1 d'ftlrr*. Kul'klm parkajr* Horn A Borai Hoap; n-(>uc* littoklvt uil *oui »ntr pl< mrt* 7iM la 10 c-lor • ffrt- fti 10 Kfi<l bmhi*). I'A CI INC COAtt 1 801 l A X CO.. laud C aft. We Trust Doctors If you are suffering from impure blood, thin blood, de bility, nervousness, exhaus tion, you should begin at once with Ayer's Sarsaparilla, the Sarsaparilla you have known all your life. Your doctor knows it, too. Ask him about it. Fiilcm there l« daily action of the hnwel#. puinoiioti* products are absorbed. cruising h«*»d ache, biliousness. nausea. dysj>*»|>s»;«. ami lima preventing the S.usii|iarllla from doing It* heal work. Av<-r'a aic livor jillU. Act gently, all vegetable. M by J. O. Ayfr Co.. Lowell. Mmi. V® Aiao manufacturer* of y HAIR VIGOR. / 1 HOPQ AGUE CURE. A. JLUWI O CHI RAY PECTORAL. Wo havo no accrete ! Wo publish the formulas of all our medicine*. Root's Remembrance. Washington.—At a recent cabinet mooting Secretary Hoot produced for the inspection of his colleagues a plate of virgin Peruvian gold which was presented to him on his recent South American tour. The plate bears the coat of arms of Peru. Wind Sweeps Port Limon. A severe hurricane in Port Limon. Costa Hira, has caused a quarter of a million dollars' damage to rubber and banana crops, besides other property damage. The heavy rains of the past week have seriously damaged the spring sown erops around Rozeman. W. L. DOUGLAS •3.50&*3.00 Shoes ■■ST IN THB WORLD W.LOouglus4 Bill Edge MnnollweqißlleililiiitprlM/Tv S\ To Shot /toalm: ( fr. " , C \ \V. 1.. lloiitflM' Job- / EMf WO H \ Mng lloiim la lh« inoat I r j 1 ** fiend for Catalog I </ 1 I hoes foh etkhybodyat all nan, Man's Shoee. «« to JI.BO. Bon; ahoaa. M t051.86. Woman's Bh<»n«. $4 OO to 51.60. & Children's Blum, $3.00 to $1.00. Try W. 1.. Doiitflua W«hiii'm'«, Mlmm»» and Children'* for ilyle, fit nnd wear « they **r«l other make*. II I could take you Into my larga factories at Brockton, Mass..and show you how carefully W.L. Douglas shoes are made, you would then understand why they hold their shape, tit better, wear longer, and are ot greater value than any other make. Whmvir you live, you can obtain W. L Douglas ahoaa. Hla nana and plica la atanmd •n tne bottom, which protacta you agalnat high pelcea and Interior ahoaa. Takm no aubafl# MM, Aah your dealer lor W. L. Douglaa ahoaa and hulet upon having them. fmtt Color fue/etj aseif; thtit will not wear braita. Write lor Aluetrated Catalag ol Pall Stylee. W. U DOUULAS, Dept. |3, Brocklm, Maw.