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BUSINESS CHANCES. Thoroughbred Talouse goose eggs for sale. 01101 Cedar street.. 130-9 ATTORNEY S-AT-LAW. B. T. Kehnff. ill Fern well building, Phone Main 171. JBS-S John P. Judson, lawyer, office fourth floor Hyde block, rooms 408-4. SO-6* O. K. Gllluly, attorney-at-law. Spe cial attention given to damage and corporation law. Rainier Grand hotel. SPECIALISTS. Dr. Boyd's electrlo coll; best known treatment for rheumatism and dis eases of women. Granite block. 66-0 run DIALERS. Standard Fuel & Ic* Co.. 8401 Front TeL 695. Carbonado, Rook Springs and Summit coal. Martin Dolan. manager. SECOND HAND GOODS. Highest price paid for second hand furniture. Tel. M. 103. 214 River- Side. 80-9 MUSICAL. Reemer'e orchestra and Inland Em pire band. Latest and most popular music played for all occaalona. In etructton. Violin and cornet. Of fice and studio, Riverside hall, WIS Riverside aye. Phone Main 3999. 74-*3 COLLECTION AGENCIES. Abbott Collection Co. Phone 1947. Office 603 Fernwell. Prompt atten tion. 65-T DYEING AND CLE A NINO WORKS. Parisian Dyeing A Cleaning Worka BIOS Howard street. Tel. M. SIBT. L A. Lehmann. prop. Best house ln northweat. No ael'.cltora. Dreas plaltlngs factory in connection. 286-0 —— —— BARBER SHOP. The Leroy barber shop removed from 510 Main to basement 420 Main, Michlgnn block. First class haircut, SSe; shave, 10c; bath, 15c. Eight bathrooms, hot and cold shower bath. 94-« PACIFIC TRANSFER CO. Freight, furniture, baggage aad parcel delivery. Tel. SO 130-0 HORSESHOEING. Chas. Stnley, 21!) Pacilic Aye. South of N. P. denort. 128-26. CLOTHES CLEANERS. The Steam Clothes Pressing com pany will French dry clean and press your suit for 500 or your trousers for lFc; only 6 to 15 minutes required; good dressing rooms; alterations and repairing. 020 Second avenue. Phone . 1252. FOR SALE—REAL ESTATE. Lots that will double in value ln ft short time. 3 lots, 6 blocks from car, $75 each. 3 lots, 3 blocks from car, $100 each. 13 lots, 3 and 4 blocks from car, $125 each. 1 lot, 2 blocks from cnr, $150. These are specials and it will pay you to Investigate at once, if you want a home. Any of tho above on payments of $5 or $10 a month. Northern Investmeat Co., 330 Itivorsido Aye. A 2 room shack (new), 12x24, on ft beautiful lot In Hoss Park, 2 1-2 blocks from car line, a car every 10 minutes; $350, on oasy monthly payments. A neat, new 3 room house, 1 block front Illinois avenue cnr, 20 minute service, corner lot, hljjh, good view of city; price, $500, on c?asy monthly payments. See us today. Northern Investment Co., 330 Riverside Aye. Six lids, BellevUS addition; make on offer, Two line lots, Avondale addition; $200 each. Fine lot on Broadway, 40x100, close in: $NOO. fine corner, Indiana west, $550. 10. C, Tousley Co., 26 Z.legler. $2000 buys 160 acres In Slovens county, three-quarters mite from railroad, 20 acres tine timothy land, 20 acres In crop, 25 acres pasture, fenced, orchard, line spring wuter, modest buildings. Mercantile slocks of nil sizes. Bargains In city property in all parts of city, easy terms. Ltchty it Co., 64 Jamleaon Blocfl, Tel. 1 298. ORGANS James I'alne, organ builder. Tuning and repairing. P. O. Box 1278. 113—26. BOOriNO ABO REPAIRING. Tin, copper, sheet Iron, stove nnd furnace work. Dairy supplies. C. Peshak & Co., 0G24 Monroe st. U4-26 Twenty-live cents per month—de livered dally—The Spokane Press. WORKMEN. NOTIOB. Wanted—Workingmcn to remember that the strike in the lumber mills et Hope, Idaho, la still on. 130-26 FURNISHED ROOMS. Newly furnished rooms for trans ient or permanent; free baths and heat. Tel. M4I4T. 421 Third ave nue. 80 6* Money to loan on real estate. Se curity mortgagee bought. J. W. Mor rleon & Co., 3 end 4 Sherwood block. WORKIHOMAN'S BOMB. Free employment bureau. Rods and bHth, 10 cants. 42 Main ave nue. 122 26 HELP WANTED —FEMALE. Ladles: Earn $20 per hundred writ ing short letters. Stamped envelope for particulars. Gem Mfg. Co., Cass opolis, Mich. KELP WANTED— MALE. Firemen and brakemen on railroads everywhere. Experience unnecessary. High. monthly wages: Firemen 1100. become engineers and earn $180. Brakemen $70, become conductors and earn $140. Name position preferred. State age. Stamp for particulars. Railway Association, Dept. 46, Charles bldg., Denver, Col. REWARD. Fifty dollars will be paid for the return of the rings taken from 1917 Riverside avenue. No questions ask ed. Return to Dr. Newman's office. Traders' block. POUND. Found—Crescent bicycle. Coll on A. Rosberg, 320 Front avenue. MONEY TO LOAN. Loans on furniture, pianos, horses, etc.; private; no delay. A. A. Har nett 625-6 The Rookery. 65-T Loans on long or short time. Daniel Bros.. 627 Hyde block. 66-0 L TAILORING. Clothes cleaned, pressed, dyed at 8 Lincoln; goods called for and deliv ered. Tel. M. 1328. A. Blusson. Probate No. 3288. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. State of Wsshlngton, county of Spokane, in tlie superior court. In I lie matter of the estate of Sarah A. McKay, deceased. Notice is hereby given to the credi tors of said deceased that all persons having claims against said deceased are required to present them, witli the necessary vouchers, within one year after the date of this notice, being also the date of tlie tirst publi cation thereof, to F. N. Churchill, sole administrator of the estate of said deceased, at his office, 818 River side avenue, in tlie city and county of Spokane, Washington, being the place where he transacts business. Claims not 80 presented will be barred. Tills notice is published in pursu ance of an order in the above entitled matter made by the court ami entered witli the clerk on March IS. 1905. and Which requires publication hereof not less than once in a week for four successive weeks. Dated, April 1, 1806. F N. CHURCHILL,, Administrator as Aforesaid. L. B. CORNELL, Attorney. Date of tirst publication, April 1, 1905. Date of last publication, April 29, 1905. Three years Is the age at which a man's children usually begin to make him pay damages. DREADFUL ATTACK OP WHOOP ING COUGH. Mrs. Ellon Harllson of 300 Park avenue, Kansas City, Mo., writes as follows: "Our two children had a severe attack of whooping cough, one of them In tho paroxysm of coughing would often faint nnd bleed at the nose. We tried everything we beard of without getting relief. We then called in our family doctor, who prescribed Foley's Money and Tar. With the very lirst dose they began lo improve and we feel that it has saved their lives." Refuse substi tutes. Sold hy Chas. McNab, 402 Kiversldc avenue. An organization that wants Die Ohio river improved thinks (60,000,- --000 should be expended. Tlie organi zation doesn't say whether it wishes the river deepened or tilled tip. CHRONIC BRONCHITIS CURED. "For ten years I had chronic bron chitis so bad that at times | could not speak above a whisper," writes Mr. Joseph Coffman of Montmorencl, Ind. "I tried all remedies available, but with no success. Fortunately my employer suggested Unit I try Foley's Honey and Tar. Its effect was almost miraculous, and 1 am now cured of the disease. On my recommendation many people have used Foley's Honey and Tar. and always witli .satisfac tion." Sold by Chas. McNab, 402 Hiv erslds avenue. Test—-I understand your wife Is an Indefatigable worker? Crlmaonbeak She's all that. Why, after she sings the baby to sleep, hy Jove! she comes and talks mt- to sleep' Yonkeis Statesman. ■ A CHATTANOOGA DRUGGIST'S STATEMENT. Robert J Miller, proprietor of the Read House drug store of Chatta nooga, Term , writes: "There Is more merit in Foley's Honey and Tar than in any other cough syrup The calls for It multiply wonderfully and we sell more of it than all other cough syrups combined. Sold by Chas. McNab, 402 Riverside avenue. Harry Thaw's wife declares she never was a chorus girl or an artist's model. It begins to look as though Harry really lovod the girl. PNEUMONIA IS ROBBED OF ITS TERRORS by Foley's Honey and Tar. It stops toe racking cough nnd heals and strengthens the lungs. If taken ln time it will prevent an attack of pneumonia. Refuse substitutes Sold by Chas. McNab. 402 Riverside uve uuo. A Philadelphia man swallowed 16 plates of ice cream, a pork Sandwich and n glass of milk Just before retir ing for the night, ami says he slept sweetly. It seems that a Phlladelphl an can sleep under any conditions. A wonderful spring tonic. Drives out all winter Impurities, gives you Strength, health nnd happiness. That's what Holllster's Rocky Mountain Tea will do. 35 cents, Tea or Tab-/ lets. Sold by Medical Lake Extract, manufac tured by the Medical Lake Salts Mfg. Co., la the best remedy for rheuma tism there ls In the market. It hat been used in thta section for yean and we can furnish many test), mental*. Electric Bath Bolts for ths ball and for the hair arc the beat thlngl that can be ussad for that purpoae For sale by all druggists. Menu* factured by Medical Lake Saltl Mi- Co. Judge Dunn, who was recently elected mayor of Chicago, is not a believer in race suicide. This picture proves it. The judge Is proud of his 10 children and says he could not ANNIE RUSSELL'S NEW PLAY IS "DELICIOUS" By Katherlne Lsckle. Staff Correspondence of the News paper Enterprise Association. NEW YORK, April 15—It is a charmingly pastoral play, with a de cidedly up-to-date touch, that SCang will has written for Miss Annie Rus sell, and that she is playing this week at the Criterion theater. "Jinny, the Carrier," is a typical rural maid of lovely old England, and while the road from Far End to Frog Farm Is not distant from London, Jinny is as far removed from the madding crowd as though she was of another cen tury. The Jinny of Miss Russell is such as she alone can make her. She Is as girlish in looks and manner as the 18-year-old maid, and plays the bit of pathos, when she finds that it Is only a moneyed proposal, with all the tenderness that has long been associated with her. Oswald Yorke is the rolling stone who has returned to make such prosperous reformation in the quiet old-fashioned ways of the village, while John J. Jennings is his father, the farmer at Frog Farm. ln "Tlie Heir to tlie Hoorah," It is the grandmamma of the youthful heir who makes all the trouble. Paul Armstrong has gone to the mining country of the far west for his hero, in the comedy that is being done for the lirst time this week at the Hud son theater. But Joe Lacy has put tlie west, if not the western ways, far behind him before tlie play be gins. The dialog Is clever and there are any number of amusing situations after the mining friends nnd west erners arrive Miss Beverly Sit greavea ns Mrs. Kate Brandon of the Katydid mine la as breezy as the Hookies themselves, while the Joe Lacy of Guy Hates Post is not too western. Norah O'Hrien is the mother of the heir, while the grandmamma who makes so much trouble is Eloa nore Morewin. It Is realism or noth- ONCE ROYAL YACHT IS NOW RUSSIAN TRANSPORT (Scrlpps News Association.) SEATTLE. April 15. —Its decks once trod by royal feet, the steam yacht tlaronne, latterly in the Alaska Freight servloe, has been sold to Rus sia and will be used as a transport. Tho Garonne was the property of CORPORATE MILDEW BT DR. WASHINGTON GLADDER, Modsrator of the Congregational Church. Copyright, 1005, hy the Newspaper Enterprise Association. There ere greni edvmntagea In aoctatton; it enables ua to achieve wonders; l.ut Hie disadvantages lire beginning to appear. It multiplies and Cheapen* goods, It ulso cheapens men. In this regime of machine in dustry ths worker has to fight to save his manhood. The corporation, also, Is a mighty soul destroyer. The lawyers call it a person, but it is an artificial person, devoid of conscience. It affords to those who are associated In It an opportunity to escape responsibility for their acts. There can he no ques tion that muny things are done by OOrporationa which few of the lndl- NO RACE SUICIDE IN THIS FAMILY JUDGE EDWARD F. DUNNE AND HIS FAMILY. spare one of them. In the rear row of the picture, left to right, are Dorothy, aged 6; Jean net te, aged 3; Judge Dunn; "Mrs. Elizubeth K. Dunne; Eugene, aged 23 lng these days, and T. Tnmamoto, a real Jap, plays the part of the Jap anese valet. Hush. Marie Tempest is now on the briny deep, coming here to play "The Free dom of Susanne." She is malting a Hying jump from Ixmdon to open here on the 19th, and after four weeks will return to finish her engagement at the "Or!," It only having been broken Into that New York might have a glimpse of Susanne this sea son. This week will also see the last of the London Gayety people in the "Duchess of Dentate," while Mrs. Fiske will take her splendid com pany and her beautiful play of "Leah Kleshnuh" upon the road. But a lot of new tilings will come in, and holy week bids fair to be as gay and fes tive as any in the year. King Edward of England when he was Prince Albert Edward of Wales and many a cruise was taken on her by that pleasure-loving monarch. Garonne Is a speedy craft and cap able of giving any of the mikado's tight lug ships a hard chase. viduals connected with them would do If they were standing ulone. The aoullessneas of the artltlolal person Infects Its members Is not the same danger ln sight wli 'ti We enter the Held where organi zations are at work on hlgtfer lines than those of the business corpora tion.? I think that 1 have known churches to do meaner things than any Individual member of the church would have done I have known them to push competition to a degree which fair-minded bualnesa men could not approve. And they sometimes reveal a deplorable habit of financial respon sibility College* also, ami philanthropic in stitutions, are by no moan* free from CHE SPOKANE PRESS. MISS ANNIE RUSSELL. months; Edward, 17; Geraldinc, aged 3; twin sister of Jeanette; Eileen, 13. Front row, left to right, Maurice, aged 9; Mona, 11; Jerome, 5; Richard, aged 15. fault in the administration of their business. I fear that there is a strong tendency in these institutions, and especially in those which are de pendent on voluntary contributions, to the lowering of ethical standards in tlie quest of money. With the governing boards of these organiza tions, the financial problem tends to become the chief problem; tlie need of money is the supreme need; and the higher interests lose their rela tive importance. I have heard col lege trustees say. again and again. "The one great need of our colleges Is moneq." No man of them would have said of himself: "My one great need is money." He would have re alized that for himself several things were more important. But in his ca pacity as trusteee, always facing the financial problem, he had come to feel that for the college money was the main thing; that With plenty of money all desirable tilings could be done; that with a limited supply of money the work of the college must be a failure. The truth is that the real thing we are after in the college or the church or the missionary society can not be bought with money. The courage, the faith in things unseen and eternal, the passion for truth, the enthusiasm of humanity on which all their work depends do not increase as the reve nues increase. The one thing needful in every such institution is that its Ideals be kept clear and bright. The greatest work that has been done in the world along these lines has been done without money and without price. Money may be an important aid, if it ls kept ln Its place, but DR. WASHINGTON GLADDEN. when il comet to be regarded as the lummutn bonum in the work of any institution whoee ends are spiritual, a blight lias fallen upon that Institu tion from which it will be hard to re cover. I can not divest myself of the feel ing that we are facing in many of our religious, benevolent and educational institutions a great per l at this point The corporate bodies which represent them have come to put altogether too much emphasis upon money. These Corporate bodies, as a rule, are con cerned with tlie raising of money aid with not much else. The moral and spiritual Interests of tlie institutions they represent are mainly cared for by others. They are machines for the creation and maintenance of funds, and their minds, like the dyer's hands, become subdued to what they work in. They learn to place an exagger ated value upon money and to under rate the things that money can not buy. t'nder this feeling they an" sometimes Sacrificing tlie higher In terests of the spiritual and Ideal realm to the increase of their reve nues And sometimes they are found, in their corporate capacity, adopting policies and accepting principles of conduct which, as individual Christian gentlemen, they would heartily re pudiate. I know that tlie gentlemen of these governing bodies are generally men of high character, nnd that the un paid services which they are render ing to the community ls of great value, but 1 am sure that many of them must be aware of the danger to which I have called attention And there is need that every member of BUCh a board should see to It that the standards of molality are not lowered in the corporation Which be selves, and that its honor be counted as no less precious thin his own. THE OOOD Or MEDICINE. We have -a years of experience to prove the good of one medicine To people Who ate nervous, with weak an t tailing memory, loss of ambition jmd strength, pale sallow complexion, I Dr. < Julia's BiOOd and Nerve Tonic* la v never failing cute A tablet to take at meal time. Turns the food into good, red blood, making solid Rash !at ths rule of 1 to ;i pounds per week. Sel lh» druggists. 75c per box Till* medicine saves doctor bills and In- I sun .-, health. Mad» by Dr. Bosanke ' Co.. I > hlled«<t''loi PO. '' or mile by ull How the Stomach and Kidneys Depend on the Inside Nerves Every day medical science becomes more simple—and more certain. Sim plicity and certainty go hand In hand. For eclence haa learned that while there are many diseases, yet there are but few real causes of disease. That ls, there are many names by which we know aches and pains and disorders. But most of these ail ments spring from a common cause. For Instance, Indigestion, sour stomach, heartburn, dyspepsia and all stomach troubles—diabetes, Bright's disease and other kidney disorders— heart troubles, liver troubles, bowel troubles, nervousness, fretfulness, sleeplessness, irritability — all of these ailments are due to a single cause. Painful, disagreeable and dan gerous, though they be, they are not separate diseases—and they are not to be treated as such. They are merely outward signs of Inward trou ble—nerve trouble. Understand first that we have two entirely separate nerve systems. When we walk , or talk, or act, we call Into play a certain set of nerves —nerves which obey our mental com mands. That is why the arm can be raised, or the mouth opened, or the eye shut, at the slightest desire. That ls why your fingers can delicately pick up a pin one moment, and hold a heavy hammer the next. But these are not the nerve we are to consider here. There ls another set of nerves Which manages and governs and actu ates the heart and the stomach, the kidneys and the liver and all of the vital functions. You can not control these nerves. By no supreme effort of mind can you make your heart stop or start—nor can you even make It vary by a single beat a minute. And so with the stomach and the liver and the kidneys and the bowels —they are automatic—they do their work at a certain set speed whether you are awake or asleep—-whether you want them to or not. It is on these Inside nerves that life and health depends. So long as these nerves perform their proper duties we are well and strong. When they fall, we know it by the Inevit able symptoms—stomach, heart, liver, kidney troubles. And these troubles have no other orlgtn, ever, than in these same nerves. For the stomach, the heart, the liver, the kidneys, have no power of their own, no self con trol. They owe their every impulse to the inside nerves. The nerves are the masters. The organs their slaves. These automatic nerves are some times called tne "sympathetic" nerves. This name is given them be cause of the close bond of sympathy which exists between all branches. This explains why stomach trouble often develops Into heart trouble— why Indigestion brings on nervous ness—why diseases become compli- Dr. Shoop's Restorative CEREBRO SPINAL MENINGITIS (Scrlpps News Association.) NEW YORK, April 15.—The com mission of eminent physicians which is now co-operating with the New York board of health in investigating the epidemic of cerebro-sptnal menin gitis has, confessedly, made little progress in reaching effective pre ventive measures. In a clinical way, they are studying all the cases re ported in New York, tabulating their hiatory as far as it can be learned, examining into the conditions of their environment as to local and neigh borhood sanitation, and endeavoring to determine to what extent it is communicable from one person to another. The chief reason that the medical staff of tlie local sanitary ad ministration can not accomplish more of value to the public in the study of thla dread disease Is the difficulty of securing and retaining competent bacteriologists. Men of this kind are not numerous, and when employed in tlie laboratories of the department they get rather less pay than a pa trolman on the police force. Men capable of conducting and Initiating original investigation or even of fol lowing to authoritative conclusions those laid out for them, do not care to lake such positions Heading phy sicians express the opinion that tlie epidemic here and in the vicinity will | gradually subside within tlie next 30 days, simply because epidemics of contagious and infectious diseases habitually attain their maximum de velopment during March and April and disappear In the early summer. j CUBE TOB PIX.ES. ltcliing Piles produce moisture and cause Itching. This form, us well as Blind. Bleeding or Protruding Piles, ire cured by Dr 80-san-ko ■ Ptia Remedy. Stops Itching and bleeding. Absorbs tumors. 10c B jar, at drug gists, or sent by mail. Treatise free. Write me about your case. Dr. Bo sanko, Philadelphia, Pa. For sale by all druggists. , ARRANGEMENTS FOR CONVENTION BALTIMORE!, Mil, April 15.— Members of the Society of Christian Be leaver will gather In this city next July from all over this country and Canada, with delegations from other parts of tlie world, in attendance at the twenty-second International con vention of tlie organization. Elabor ate arrangements are being made for the reception and entertainment of the hundreds of visitors. The convention will meet In the Fifth regiment armory, which will seat 18,500 people, nnd other meetings will be held at the Lyric theater, nearby, where 3500 people can be ac commodated. The convention choir will consist of 1000 voices selected from the llalti more churches and a grand concert will be given in the armory before the formal opening of the convention. A strength tonic that brings rich, rod blood Makes you strong, healthy and active. Thut's what Holllster's It oc k y Mountain Tea will do. ;isc,i Tea or Tablets. After ull. It's strange that a get rich-quick schema should Mioueed la Philadelphia. 'eated. It explains, too, why ordinary medical treatments are wrong—why medicine so frequently fails. For, despite the discoveries of sci ence, the common remedies of the day are designed to treat the organ, not the nerve—the symptom Instead of the cause. Don't you. though you may not know medicine at all, see that this is wrong? That It is mere patchwork? That while the suffering organ is en- Joying its temporary relief, the nerve that 1b really sick may be getting worse and worse? Does this not ex- VIY FREE DOLLAR OFFER Any sick one who has not trip- 1 my remedy may have a Full Dollars Worth Free. I ask no de posit, no reference, no security. There is noth ing to pay. either now or later I will send you an order on your drug gist which he will accept in full payment for a regular, standard size Dollar bottle. And he will send the bill to me. C. I. Shoop. M. D plain to you why relapse so fre quently follows a supposed cure? Doss this not account for the uncer tainties of medicine? More than thirty years ago this thought came to me: "If life and health depend upon per fect heart action, upon proper stom ach digestion, upon correct kidney filtering, why does not life Itself de pend upon these life governing power BIDS ON SCOUT SHIPS (Scripps News Association.) WASHINGTON, April 15.—Bids were opened at tlie navy department today for the construction of the three scout ships which congress au thorized last year. Considerable in terest is manifested in the construc tion of these ships as they are design ed to possess greater speed than any other vessels In tlie navy, save the , little torpedo-boat destroyers. The cost is limited to $1,800,000 each. Feel tired, no appetite, can not sleep, work or eat? That's spring j tiredness and will disappear at once jif you take Holllster's Bocky Moun- tain Tea this month. 35 cents,) Tea or Tablets. TBY OUR CRIP CURE 25c BTOWELL DRUG CO.. Corner Riverside and Stevens. | GOODYEAR. GARDEN HOSE. The best hose on the market, sV a c to 15c per ft. Tents und wagon covers. Just received a large shipment of t ranks and valises. BAM CBOW, t2f.--'7-2s Riverside. Phone M. 2ltd j KOtLISTtS'B Rochij Moyaram rea mqqtii A Busy Medicine for Busy People. Bring* Golden Bealth and Benewed Tlgor. A specific for Constipation. Indl i gestlon. I.lver ami Kidney Troubles. 1 Pimples. Ki'zema. Impure Blood, Bad Breath. Sluggish Bowels, Headache ! and Backache. It's Kooky Mountain Tea ln tablet form, 35 cents a box Genuine made by Holllster Dru / j Company. Madison. Wis Golden Hutfffsts for Sallow People For Every Purpose Where power is re quired electricity is a factor to be figured on for commercial opera tion. Twill cost you noth ing to go over the de tails with our expert— may save you many dol lars in power bills. Tel. Main 184. The Washington Water Power Co. nerves—these Inside nsrves." I realized, too, that all ailments which result from one cause may, of course, be cured by one remedy I resolved not to doctor the organs but to treat the one nerve system which operates them all. For those who treat only the symp toms need a different remedy for each. Such treatments are only palli ative; the results do not last. A cure can never come ln disease ot the stomach, heart, liver or kidneys, until the inside nerve power Is re stored. When that Is done. Nature removes the symptoms. There is no need of doctoring them. My remedy—now known by Drug gists everywhere, ss Dr. Shoop's Re storative—la the result of a quarter century of endeavor along this very line. It does not dose the organ or deaden the pain—but It does go at once to the nerve—the Inside nerve— the power nerve—and builds It up, and atrengthena It and makes It wall. There ls no mystery—no miracle. I can explain my treatment to you as easily as I can tell you why cold freezes water and why heat melts tee. Nor do I claim a discovery. For every detail of my treatment Is bssed on truth so fundamental that none can deny them. And every Ingredient of my medicine ls as old as the hills it grows on. I simply applied the truths and combined the Ingredients into a remedy that ls practically cer tain. In more than a million homes my remedy is now known, and relied upon. Tet you may not have heard of It. So I make this offer to you, a stranger, that every possible excuse for doubt may be removed. Send no money—make no promise—take no risk. Simply write and ask. If you have never tried my remedy, I will send you an order on your druggist for a full dollar bottle—not a sample, but the regular standard bottle he keeps constantly on bis shelves. The druggist will require no conditions, he will accept my order aa cheerfully as though your dollar lay before htm. He will send the bill to me. Will you accept thla opportunity to learn at my expanse absolutely how to be rid forever of all forms of nervousness--to be rid not only of the trouble, but of the very cause which produced it? Write today. S'or a fraa order for a full dollar bottle you must address Dr. Shoop box 1522. Racine. Wis. State which book you want. Book 1 on Dyspepsia. Book I on tha Heart. Book 3 on the Kidneys. Book 4 for Women. Book 6 for Men. Rook 6 on Rheumatism. Mild cases are often cured by a single bottle. For sale at forty thou* sand drug stores. "There's a man after my own heart. He calls a spade a spade and he knows one when he sees it." "Ah, some Congregational minister who is opposed to accepting the Rockefeller gift?" "No. He's one of our most promi nent hardware dealers." Foley's Kidney Cure if taken in time affords security from all kidney and bladder diseases.. Sold by Chas. McNab, 402 Riverside avenue. ASPHALT CEMENT AND BROKEN STOHB FOB SAX.B. The Barber Asphalt Paving Co., Room 21 Exchange National Bank Building, Spokane, Wash, UtttMi v»*«f- " MUtM *%*mr** rNIIX. **. CAPSUtL" Riverside and Lincoln. !\n. itr.it »o* a»i4 sesjssi J • !.»« rittae Take •••>•'•. fr*AtM J iuimhU S«w.tn»tlw» eea !»<«♦ f Eg g MxSvgcS: ,11 r>i««|.«« « kl.he*l*r « kfnlfd I'm, k ßelieve, KIDNEY ANO BUSIER ■ Troubles in ■ 48 HOURS HV SapcrtM to Copii- Vri. BeMtSj i»i«ction *B»hC«p»ul« wwttt the *