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n oman .. . C~" Dr. s'Pink P..s iSo er INWll and ` r c debility is t;. :' .n name the doct l. . r l 1 nloi!ta. - teritti b o , ; r, - ln, ` and iit s. i "!. :" , ' -, 'T r dull the lI"i" , the l,_ellun\ 1 . orY ," ',' I s is difficult t, r .i ti:oeý ta'd ¢ will. Some It 1 -, s\ prOms,, 'present or ad: tlu,,. T'ie ine toning up, 'i,' In'ri(us , ad there is i1 ,L ii,..l'ine bltter for this purp'It tlhain Dr. 'pink Pills. "e J. Davies, of N. 31-1 War. Scranton, Pa., -I'- " tStine SI became grealtly r,(lt'ed in strength and my nervous -1sine sodebilitatud that I felt Icould not r'st or I'ltt'p well aud wolie up as wienty and the. norni g as I -aIs when I bed. My headl allc(l in1 the and often there wais a pain in side which was worse when I My nerves were on edge all every little noi-, l~ ,thered me Sgenerally miserable. Then I to try Dr. Williams' Pink Pills eople,asmy hubanId had taken -ith good results, and they did for mie. Now I have lnu more my side, no more headaches, I .ll and feel strong and able to Williams' Pink Pills cured Mrs. uld they can do just as much ocr weak, pale, ailing enirb or -whoare slipping into a hopeless Tbey strike straight at the root clomon diseases caused by poor i verished blood. Wiliams'Pink Pills are sold by all or will lbe sent postpaid, on of price, 50 cents per box, six sr $2.50, by the Dr. Williams' o,, Scheuectady, N.Y. Walnut a Staple Food. mIO parts of France walnuts a regular article of diet. The eat them with bread that testimes been rubbed with gar ie hygienic effects are consid po, replacing meat to a large These nuts are also used oil. It is much cheaper and IP taste to that pressed from -ad is employed to adulterate tter. The prisoners in certain mare engaged in cracking wal and picking out the kernels, a.re pressed into oil. Nglgns Patented by Women. a few designs-some of them eontrived-of fire escapes redited to inventive women. have planned motors for sew sand other domestic aids; eter fire alarm, which gives usIng when the temperature a certain figure, a balcony may be carried from one house and adjusted, a thread cut irtt is fastened to the thimble, that generates heat by of chemicals instead of ordi td, and a great many similar DOUGLAS 3.00 shoes ,.oo to ·Lao. AT AL Cto O omen's, Misses and Sor le, it and wear m makes. SYOU Into my large a Mass.,aand show WL. Douglas shoes 1ui then understand mir alape, fit better, e of greater value IIlae. as ea obtain W. L. saa4d price is stamped r"ct you against high . .eake no cubitle e W. L Douglas shoes the 1i.0 not wear brass,. CIthtgt Faill Styles. 1 mStockton, Mu-. YLIC Ointment Severy cattleman, will M tsoresr.pn all animals, T State Fair alnd for usandard remedy for ?AND FOOT ROT l.M, lIb..11b. b.and oa B·eban's Cremy. L-II9StS and grocersOr AGENCY, tihe largsest force of r South, they render .t hundled by them. S. Pleasant our Uiends. DEDICATE BASE TO LACOR. Chicago Parents Tihink This Ccst Way to Make :;n Uncc!fish. Chicago.-Lce (G ;.::,:r Cr, .1, the 19 months-old Pon o. I. I. (,.,,, t'as been dedicated to tIhe' (c:a':.:, of lab1,r with solemn c(',re..'! y. The dedication ton l lace at St. James' Meahodist churc.h with the Allied Printing ''lrades ('oincnil as a sort of collective ; dlfather. Trades unionists filled t1', pews and the Rev. I). C. Millner ofliciae(d as the repre sentative of the church and labor, while E. R. Wr:ght. president of Typo graphical Union No. 1t;, assisted and the Rev. William A. Quayle, pastor of the church made the address of wel e.nme. L. P. Strauble, seclretary of the Allied Printing Trades Council, ac cepted tho child on behalf of labor as a future champion of the cause. Creel and his wife both expressed their desire that the boy shall become an unselfish man. giving his life to others. They declared that in their opinion organized labor was the cause which realized the best ideals of help to humanity. The dedicating of the child, they said, was merely the expression of a desire which all true mothers and fathers must feel in regard to their children. The idea came to Creel be cause of his many years' connection with labor organizations and publi ciions . May MacDowell, Eva Marshall Shouts and Jane Addams, all sociolog. ical workers, were present. COFFEE TRUST IN BRAZIL. Price of South American Product to Be Increased. New York.-The financing of Bra zil's coffee valorization plan has been arranged. Bankers and merchants, internationally known and all identi flied with the coffe trade, will advance the money needed-about $20,000,000 The bankers and merchants are lo cared in Now York, London, Ilavre and lIamburg. The object of the coffee valorization plan is to maintain coffee at a re munerative price to the grower by establishing a minimum quotation at which it is to be upheld by purchases of coffee on account of the three states of lBrazil-Sao Paulo, Rio anq Minas. Interest on the loans made is guaranteed and paid by a tax od every bag of coffee shipped. The three contracting states bind themselves to maintain in the native markets a minimum price of 32 to 35 iuilreis per bag of 60 kilos for the first year. This price is to be gradually raised after the first year to a maxi mum of 40 milreis. The contracting states bind them selves to restrict or discourage by dis criminating taxation the exportation of coffee of inferior grades and they further bind themselves to pass laws preventing the extension of coffee acre age for two years after Jan. 1, 1907. PECULIAR CASE IS DECIDED. Bigamist's First Wife Gets Half of Estate and Second Nothing. Wichita, Kan.-Federal Judge Pol, lock has rendered a decision in an unusual case that came up from Comanche county. It was the result of a bigamous marriage by James Mc. Laughlin. McLaughlin was an old soldier who deserted his wife in Pennsylvania, and, coming to Kansas with a young woman named Annie Scott, married her and lived with her no years, raisin: eight children. Upon his death tihe secondl wife, who says she knew noth Sing of his previous mnarriage, applied for a pension, and this led to the dis covery of wife No. 1. The court decided that the Penn sylvania wife was entitled to half the estate and that McLaughlin's children by his second wife were entitled to the other half, while the second wife was entitled to nothing, though it was largely through her efforts that the property was accunlulated. EARLY DINNER IS DECREED. King Edward Causes Change in Lon' don Society. London.-A momentous change has been decreed in the habits of Lon. don society, initiated by the king. His majesty disapproved of the tendency to make the dinner hour later and later, and has decreed that hereafter the fashionable dinner hour shall be from half past six to half past seven. Before this change was instituted society dined from eight to nine. The new dinner hour, which is a return to earlier manners, is welcomed by everybody. It will benefit the thea ters, which have lost many patrons through the late dinner hour, and it will also send more persons to the restaurants for supper. Persons who dined at eight o'clock were not always inclined for supper afterward, and could not reach the theater before the middle of the per. formance. Pays One Cent, Gets $10,000. London.-The heirs of one of the victims of the Grantham railroad dis aster have received $10,000 insurance, which was effected at a cost of one penny. The insured was a regular r subscriber to a London penny weekly which insures its readers against ac cideniits and death. The day of the I dia:isltr hIe sent his valise, containing a cu:ricnt copy of the palper, duly si' w:1l. to thle hiitel at Retford, where - he exptzcted to pass the night. With t in a few hours of his death the claim was examined, allowed and settled. TIRED BACKS. The kid,.,y, hlr,,, ;t : 'rJc;t work to doh in kel inng tihet l,:i i: 're. \\ý lin Iliy ,; o!it of c1r (d!' it ca( s! ,1., l.,1 ' (lizzi , . I a uo r 'ani (b!. sin , trio aitey tir'lli 's. Keep the kijin(,ys well i andl all tlht::o S .i - if ferins will be ( saved you. Mrs. t S. .. A. Moore, pro- I prietor of a res taurant at Waterville, Mo., says: "Before using Doan's Kidney Pills I suffered everything from kidney trou bles for a year and a half. I had pain in the back and head, and almost con tinous in the loins and felt weary all the time. A few doses of Dean's Kidney Pills brought great relief, and I kept on taking them until in a short time I was cured. I think Dean's Kid ney Pills are wonderful." For sale by all dealers. 50 cents a box. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. PENNIES FOR A COLLEGE. One Hundred Thousand Workers Each Give a Penny to Ruskin College. The British trade unions had not in their origin any direct concern with education, says the Fortnightly Rie view. But it is a fact of no ordinary significance that some of the leading unions should be taking very great interest in the higher education of the workman. For the last three years some 100, 000 workingmen, members of the Amalgamated Society of Engineers, hare made three levies of one penny each to help on the work of Ruskin college at Oxford. This levy pro duces over £ 300 a year, and by means of it six engineers are maintained for a year's course of study at the col lege. Smaller but substantial sums have been contributed to the same institu tion by the London Society of Com positors, by the Lanarkshire Miners' County Union, by the Amalgamated Association of leamers, Twisters and Drawers, by the I)erbyshire miners and the Durham miners, while a large number of other societies appear among the donors and subscribers. $100 Reward, $100. The readers of tilei paper will he pla.ied tO teaI th , there l, at Is-i onte dreaded dleate that ecteuce hiai beent able to cu're lit all ha st :gei, and that ia Catarr. I:. :' Catarrbh Cure Is the only p:, ltive cr I ,w I n lhn to the medical fraternity. Cai'.rrlhl I mt4 It c itltitliti,jil 1tl--as,, requires a otit.utu tl, ii tire m itat at. riii ' C. Ltrrh care Ia taken In ter: ;.y, aLlil g dlrcctly uepan thle lhisd attd 11 tolllleC surtaire of the ýyStell. thereby detroyinl the f,)'initIti lol of the di-ea-e , and gil\1' thei p),t 'iut etriau th by blttlldin up the contitu(.f l sian ada l-t hInU. iture lu d i nu Its w.,rk. The proprient ra have Mi , i iaich faith In Ita turative powers that th,,y offer ti,:i Hundred Dlullarq for any case Luht i fialif tO cur!'r. eili for lit oif testilontlias. A Ilire.s IF. J. CITENEY & CO., Toledo, O. Sill h" all )ru.-i.t. ic. 'r.e fiall's Faml:y Plls for constipation. Physician Set Hard Task. "Medicine won't help you any," the doctor told his patient. "What you need is a complete change of living. Get away to some quiet country place for a month. Go to bed early, eat more roast beef, drink plenty of good, rich milk and smoke just one cigar a day." A month later the patient walked into the doctor's office. Ile looked like a new man, and the doc tor told him so. "Yes, doctor, your advice certainly did the business. I went to bed early and did all the oth er things you told me. But, say, doc tor, that one cigar a day almost killed me at first. It's no joke starting in to smoke at my time of life." Not "Just as Good"-It's the Best. One box of Hunt's Cure is unfailing ly, unqtualifiedly and a;iolutely guar anteed, to cure any formini of Skin IJi:, easec. It is piarticularly active in promltly relieving antid iernmanently curing all forms of Itching known. Eczema. Tetter, Ringworm and all similhr troulbles are relieved by one al)llication; cured by one lx)x. Condemn Daytime Naps. Prolonged "40 winks" during the day are severely condemned by many doctors on the ground that they affect one's regular sleep. 3clentists have found that in the ordinary course in the lhuman being there is the greatest vitality between ten a. m. and' two p. m., and the least between two o'clock and six o'clock in the morning. Long sleeps during the day interfere with this order of nature and some times affect various organs, causing headache. The nap of 40 winks, but only 40, proves refreshing to many be cause it is too short to have any In jurious consequences.-London Tele graph. Hurt, Bruise or Sprain St. Jacobs Oil reheves from pain. Uruguay's Financial Cendition, Uruguay reduced her national debt by $1,570,450 during 1905. The total debt on January 1, 1906, was $121,455, 747, of which about 80 per cent. was external. Uruguay is a prosperous country, and in her prosperity is a good customer of the United States. Exports of merchandise from this country to Uruguay for the nine months ending March 31, 1908, amounted to $2,172,276, against $1,200, 542 in the same period of the pre vious year. Irs. Wlnslow's Soothing Syrup. Por childrle teething, softens the gums, reduces la. lammalsto allaysI pai , ures wind cole. S a bottl&e Somehow it doesn't sound just right when a spinster asks for a match. +!, ;o Ia-t !n"1 , the SDA m 'I . , j I 'i iilantoanance aiAd ulu atl gn. Mlny G eod--Cne -st. ,,lv (,',i- ., i-i i ,h !vl ,. 1, \T, Wlica h tit IV. ' I ::n0i l0 t 1 0 I sinng it onet, howe ver, I realized I had found the hbest there1, wa,\\ and it was use l(h s to look futrthor. If it fails it's 'all off.' No other lininent will hit the spot if Hunt's Lightning Oil fails." C. G. Young, Okeene, O. T. There is an altar society in Brook lyn complosed of eight policemen. The members contribute a certain amount every month which pays for lights and flowers on an altar of perpetual adora tion. Garden City, Texas, Jan. 28, 1908. ;I. L. Ward Medicine Co., Big Springs, Texas. Gentlemen--Two boxes of your Kidney Pills have cured me of Kidney and Bladder Trouble. I have suffered for more than three years with severe backache, having to get up sev eral tinmes during the night to urinate. I feel better, and am able to (1o more man ual labor than for the past two years with out any back ache or symnptomn of iddney trouble. Very truly, A. C. WALKER. P. S.-Send us your druggist's name and 10 cents and we will send you a 50-cent box of Ward's Kidney Pills. The greatest Kidney Remedy upon the market. A guaranteed cure for Kidney and Bladder Troubles, Diabetes, Weak and Aching Back, Rheumatism, Frequent Desire to Pass Water, Inflammation, Irritation or Ulceration of the Bladder or Kidneys. Removes Gravel or Stone from the Bladder. Sold and guaran teed by your local druggists. J. L. WARD MEDI('INE CO., Iig Springs, Texas. Remarkable Double Wedding. A remarkable double wedding has been celebrated in a Viennese church. A manufacturer named Muller mar ried a widow, while at the same time his son married the widow's daughter. Thus the father becomes the father in-law of his own son, and the moth er also the mother-in-law of her daughter. Hard-Working Chinese Official. Everybody in China works hard, even those who have reached the high est positions. It is related of a mem ber of the Chinese cabinet that he left home every morning at two o'clock, as he was on duty at the pal ace from three to six. As a member of the privy council he was engaged from six to nine. From nine until 11 he was at the war department, of which he was president. As the mem ber of the board of punishment he was in attendance from 12 till two. and as a minister of the foreign of fice he spend every day from two till five or six there. In addition he fre quently served on special boards or commissions. To Oure, or Money Refundd .ay Your Merchant So. Why Not Try IT Price, 600. Retail. NEVER TAKE POISON YOURSELF And remember you have no right to give it to your WIFE AND LITTLE ONES When you ask for medicine be sure that you take it pure and free from DANGER. In asking you to use OXIDINE in your home we do so because we know it will CURE CHILLS and FEVERS, BAD COLDS and LA GRIPPE, and because there never has been, there is not now, and there never will be the slightest particle of poison in it. If anyone tells you that this statement is untrue, point your finger to OUR GUARANTEE. We make this guarantee unconditional and open TO THE WORLD OUR GUARANTEE We will give $1,000.00 IN GOLD to any chemistinthe world who finds any ARSENIC, MORPHINE, STRYCHNINE or other poisonous drugs in OXIDINE Not only do we give the above guarantee as to its being free from Poison, but we go further and guarantee that WILL CVRE YOU OR. YOUR. FAMILY OF CHILLS, FEVERS, MALARIA, BAD COLDS AND LA GRIPPE And if it fails to cure you your druggists give you back your money; in other words, OXIDINE is pure, contains no poison, and there is a GUARANTEE TO CURE that goes with every bottle. MADE II IEOULAR AlD TASITELES Fo I Man/fcluared r 50c PerBottleto All PATTON-WORSHAM DRUG CO. FOR BALI BY ALL DUGGIeSTS asD svsnr oTDsL ovaýn !r DALLAS, TEXAS, AND MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE OXIDINE, THE CHILL CURE THAT CURES CHILLS I l. Anecdote of Robert R. Hitt. The late Robert R. Hitt had a knowl edge of stenography which was of great value to him in debate. He has been known to rise with his hand full of shorthand notes of a speech just delivered to which he was about to reply and woe to the man who ac cused Mr. Hitt of misquoting him. He was the patron saint of the stenog raphers of the house. Not long ago political influence was about to dis place from the line of promotion a young expert writer of shorthand from Michigan whose work Mr. Hitt had occasion to admire. Mr. Hitt went to Speaker Cannon. "This will never do, Joe," said the shorthand authority of the house. "We can't do without this man. The house must have him." "All right, Hitt," replied Speaker Cannon. "If anybody knows the sort of stenog raphers this house ought to have you are the man." That settled it and the Mi!chigan stenographer held his place. Ie Knows iT Waterproof d Othe led of ! that standsthe ,/ hardest service , DoYouKnow i Made for all kinds of wet work or sport / SOLD EVERYWHERE LAOWZ CO e O, ON Vo o A.'' | O CC IO Y CO LI ·-S, ignatue it-- ---.. Fonesr s anRest.onad Cns nern. No_ __ -_ Always Bought AVegetable Preparation forAs similating 1mefood andRegul. onSour StomachDiarroews Bears th Fac Simile Sgnature of Promotes DigesionCheerrul- signature ness andRest.Contains neither Opium.Norphine nor MiEWraL of ý Thirty Years CApeTecO Remedy RorConsipe- Use Ron, Sour Stomach, DiarrhOea EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER. CASTOR TNC OeNaUTA Company. Nee TsOM Cer. NO MORE MUSTARD PLASTERS TO BLISTER. THE SCIENTIFIC AND MODERN EXTERNAL COUNTER-IhRITANT. CAPISICUM VASELINE EXTRACT OF THE CAYENNE PEPPER PLANT A QUICK. SURE. SAFE AND ALWAYS READY CURE FOR PAIN.--PRICE 15c.-IN COLLA'-.3ELE TUBES-AT ALL DRUGGISTS AND DEALERS. OR BY MAIL CN RE':EIPT OF 15c. IN POSTAGE STAMPS. DON'T WAIT TILL THE PAIN COM 5S-KEEP A TUBE HANDY. A substitute for and superior to mustard or any other plaster, and will not blister the most delicate skin. The pain-allaying and curative qualties of the article are wonderful. It will stop the toothache at once, and relieve Headache and Sciatica. We recommend it as the best and safest external counter-irritant known, also as an external remedy for pains in the chest and stomach and all Rheumatic, Neuralgic and Gouty complaints, A trial will prove what we claim for It, and it will be found to be invaluable in the household and for ch:ldren. Once used no family will be without it. Many people say "it is the best of all your preparations." Accept no preparation of vaseline unless the same carries our label, as otherwise it is not genuine. SEND YOUR ADDRESS AND WE WILL MAIL OUR VASE. LINE PAMPHLET WHICH WILL INTEREST YOU. CHESEBROUGH MFG. CO. 17 STATE STREET, NEW YORK CITY You CANNOT CURE all inflamed, ulcerated and catarrhal con ditions of the mucous membrane such as nasal catarrh,uterlnecatarrh caused by feminine ills, sore throat, sore mouth or Inflamed eyes by simply dosing the stomach. But you surely can cure these stubborn affections by local treatment with Paxtine Toilet Antiseptic which destroys the disease germs,checks discharges, stops pain, and heals the inflammation and soreness. Paxtine represents the most successful local treatment for feminine ills ever produced. 'Thousands of women testify to this fact. o50 cents at druggists. Send for Free Trial Box TME 3. PAXTON CO.. ostom. Mas W. N. U., HOUSTON, NO. 41, 1906.