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TEN TEARS OF PAIN.
Unablt to Do Evan Housework Bo* cause of Kidney Troubles. Mrs. Margaret Kiuroerlch, of Clin ton St., Napoleon. 0., says: “For fifteen years I wa* a great sufferer from kidney trou bles. My back pained ms terribly. Every turn or move caused sharp, shooting pains. My eyesight was |Mior, dark *|>ot* anwared before me. and I had dizzy apeiis. FUr ten years I could not do housework, and for two years did not Set out of the house. The Kidney se cretions were Irregular, and doctors were not helping me. Doan's Kidney Pills brought me quick relief, and flnrtly cured me They saved my life." Sold by all dealers. 50 cents a box. Foster Millburn Co., iiuffalo, N. Y. A REAL "HOSE" RACE. Country Fair the Place to See It at Its Best. If yon would see a horse strap ped. booted, braced and geared to the limit, you must seek such a track us you see at the old-time country fair. Here comes an awk ward flea-bitten gray which never went under 2: SO In his life. He Is hobbled and checked and goggled, and hitched up s!duw|se. lengthwise and crosswise until there Is more bar ness than horse. You wonder how his driver ever got him Into this rig ging. and how he will get him out again without cutting him fret* with a Jackknife. A farmer with u gray beard and twinkling eye ob serves to his neighbor: "Ijist time John Martin had that plug out on the road I told him be had the old cripple overloaded with fu*t-nlds-!o-ihc-lnJur«‘d. Them straps that was ral'lated to hoist up hlb knees must ha* pulled too tight and the critter was yanked clean off the ground. What John was gettln' ready for was a race for Ilyin* mi chine*, not a buss trot.”—From "The Country Fair." by David Lansing. In Outing. GIVING HIM A CHANCE. Surely Time for Hubby to Do a Live, ly Sidestep. Mrs. Wilson's husband was often obliged to go to New York on busi ness. and frequently did not rvarh his home until the arrival of the midnight train. Mrs. Wilson had been In the habit of sleeping |M-arefully at these time* without fear, hut a number of burglaries In the neighborhood during one of her husbands trips to New I York had disturbed her calm On the night of his return Mr. Wil son was stealing carefully up the front stairs, as was his wont on such occasions, so that his wife would not Is* wakened, when he heard her voice, high and strained: ”1 don't know whether you are my husband or a burglar.” came the ex- > cited tones, “hut 1 am going to he on ' the safe side and shoot, so If you an* Henry you'd better get out of the way.”—Youth's Companion. Bible Names for Colts. A hostler from the Hlue Grass has Just found employment In one of the stable* of a New York man. Ills darky dialect Is so quaint and his ■lories of “Ole Kalmuck” so unique no member of the household misses an opportunity to s|»cak to him and have him say a word. His employer said to him a few days ago: “I suppose your mas ter down south had a good many horses?” “Dat we did. sah. dnt we did! And my ole roaster had 'em all name Illble names Faith, Hope and Char ity. Hustle, Stays and Crinoline, was all one Spring's colts!” Wagner as a Curativa Agent. Vernon l.co has told somewhere the ptory of the marvelous effects of Wag ner on a headache. One does, alter a time, succumb to ’-*'ut Is a kind of hypnotism; the si seems almost to dear the air. or ui least to lull one Into a kind of dream in which only tho sense of hearing exists. A woman bus lost her chief attrac tion for n man when he ceases to won der what she will do next. Well Qualified. "Bo you want the i»osltlon of ad vance agent for our circus?” inter rogated llio manager. “Well, we need a man who c-mu itlr up some life everywhere he goes.” “That's me. boss,” hastened the nppllcaut. “Had any experience In stirring up lifo?" “You bet! I use i to drive a street aweeper and stirred up millions of genus every day.” “800 Hoo” Shouts the Spanked Baby The "Colic" of "Collier's" treated by a Doctor of Divinity. Look for the "800 Hoo" article in this paper. ■ “There’s a Reason” THE KISS IN JAPAN. j One Western Idea That la Popular with Eastern Maidens. She was a Japanese college student, little and thin, hut very graceful In her Hurls gown. “The kiss.” she said, blushing faint ly, “was unknown In Japan GO years ugo. Now. among the aristocracy. It is becoming quite renowned. “Yet it conies as u great shock at flrst. It Is so different, you know, from anything In u Japanese girl's ex perience. I have known maidens who fainted at a first kiss that was per haps too warmly tendered. Yet these very mulds became afterward ardent advocates of the new western em brace. “Frankly. I like the kiss myself. Its stimulus, und the feeling, as of red satin, when mouth touches mouth with a warm, soft shock—yes. frank ly. I like the kiss, and I And It ex tremely difficult to deny a.i eager young nmn so Innocent and so delight llghtful an embrace. BABY WASTED TO SKELETON. In Torments with Torribla Soros on Face and Body—Toro at Flash —Cured by Cutlcura. "My little son. when about a year and a half old begun to havo sores come out ou his face. begun to come on hit annul then'on other parts of his body, and then one came on his chest, worse than the others. At the y-tid of about a year and u hulf of suf fering ho grew so had I had to tie his hands In cloths at night to keep him from scratching the sores and tearing the Ib-sh. He got to he a mere skele ton and was hardly able to walk I sent to the drug store und got a cake of Cutlcura Soup and a box of Cutlcura Ointment, and at the end of about two months tho sores were all well. Ho has never had any sore* of any kind since, and only for the Cutlcura Rem edies my precious child would have died from these terrible sores. I used only one cake of Soap and shout three lxi\e* of Ointment. Mrs. Egbert Shel don. It. F. I). No. 1. Woodvllle. Conn.. Apt ll 22. 1905.” SEEK TO WIN SOLDIERS. Russian Girls Risk Life for tho Causa of Liberty. “When the university opened last antiuua I started to work again among the soldiers," said the young soman. “As you know, the revolt!- ; llonlst* are at present working very hard to win over the army, and one of the means Is to talk freedom di rectly to the soldiers. Fur this gtrU have In-on found to be more effective than men. the young peasant soldiers are more willing to listen to girls, and are far readier to protect them from arrest. Bit all over Russia hun dreds and hundreds of girls are now nightly meeting with groups of sol diers. In working men's homes and In barrack*. To go Into barrack* amt talk revolution to the soldiers, hard ly anything Is so dangerous—for the girl caught Is tried by rourt-martlal and In n day or two Is executed. — From Leroy Scott's Interview with a Russian Woman. In Everybody's. Didn’t Naed Cyclopedias. The canvasser for n cyclopedia came to the home of n colonel, whose record he hnd carefully studied be fore his visit. The colonel wo* es pecially proud of some of his sons, so the canvasser began with: “Those nre very fine boy* of yours, colonel.” “They arc.” replied the colonel. "I reckon you are ready to buy any thing those boys want?" *i am so." said the father of the line hoys. “Well. then, let me sell you this cyclopedia. There's nothing will do your sons so much good " Hut the colonel looked nt him nchnst. "Why. them lads of mine don't need nny cyclopedia. They ride mules!” Saw it Come Out of a Cow. A little city Isiy and his sister Dor othy were taken to the country for the first time. The two children were happv ns the day was long. In the lute after noon they watched the cow* como home, hcnnl with delight the tink ling cow-bells, and the little hoy even went In the barns to sec the milking done. At supper. Just as Dorothy was lifting her glass to her rosy lips, the boy cried out “Oh. Dorothy, don't! You mustn't drink thnt milk. It's not fit to drink. It came out of a cow. I saw tt!” Never look upon your work ns a ref uge from thought, but express your t bought in your work.—Phillips H rooks. THE CURE FOR WORRY. A Suggestion That Ha or tho of Wrinkled Brow Should Consider. Can worry bo avoided or overcome? fs the disease curable without divine interposition? Undoubtedly. If the theory of thought-transference be ac cepted as Indeed an eatabllahhed sci entific fact, because surely an Imago tending upward can be communicated as freely—lf not. In fact, with great er readiness, because of the larger re ceptivity for that which la pleasing— as an Image tending downward. Thus, clearly, there may be brought Into ac tion for success those very forces which worry i trite* for ruin—forces which may or may not he irresistible, but certainly are. as the wise doctor observes, the most potent of earthly life. and. consequently, all that we poor humans can summon to our aid. unless we adopt the effeminate prac tice of those silly persons who con stantly annoy the Almighty by bo seeching him to tide them over their petty difficulties. Not that their truu. bleu seem alight to them; far from It: Invariably they are more serious than any others* can possibly be; but tho mere certainty that. If God. should stamp them out'personally. Instead of leaving such work, aa he does uud ought, to nature, other trials of no leas consequence would promptly arise, shows clearly enough that. In • eallty, all Individual tribulation Is trifling. ' Occasional reflection upon this great truth will ?To much to drive away tho bad fairy and open.fhe way out of do spondoncy; hut better yet la constant realisation that one can do for either himself < r others only that which lie* wltiiln him to iMtrform. and. having satisfied himself on that score, he pos sesses an Inalienable right to dlsr** sard all |Misslble rtmaequences. and need glv.i them no more consideration than <i sagacious |N-r*on accords Idle speculation ns to whether, when ho awakes, he will find himself In heaven or in he.i. Supplement knowledge of the rcetgnlxed folly of regret with appreciation of the fan that worr> Is never over actual, hut always over linaglnaty. Ills, and Is therefore as tin neceasarr as It |* unwise and insuffi cient. nt-d a long step will he taken toward* the definite elimination of tho chief baae of mankind —George Har vey, In the North American Review. Copy of Raro Bible. In \Y« Ifenbtiltel. Hesse. Germany fs an old blhle which Is greatly treas ured. In that fuissage In Gene sis wh*>re God told Eve that Adam snail be her master and shall rule over her. the German translation Is “Und .*r soil dlon herr scln." “Herr, which Means master, doc* not orrur lu this blhle, hut Instend there m»- |N-nra the word "nnrr." which means fool. The error was caus«s| by a quar rel between the printer ami his wife In the year ISHO. The wife wn* venge ful and In the silent watches of tho night sic entered the room where her husband had been setting type and mallcloi’sly changed “herr * Into “narr." The printer wna arrested af ter th- Issik had been printed and the mistake discovered: hut his ap prentice testified thnt he saw the wife steal into the composing room nnd al ter the word. The woman was Im prisoned for blasphemy nnd died In prison. Orders wen* given that all the coc-'es of the edition should In destroyed. This was done, with tho except:ua of the one copy In the Wolf enbutUii library. * i ho Confederate Colonel.” No clnss of men In the world have better manners than the southern gen tleman. The type of this class Is a dUntiled man. who Insists upon being treu’.ed with respect, but who always concedes to others that which he de mat ds from them. He Is deferential In Hl* manner and assumes that the ruiToms and views of others sre «di tlt’ed to respect. In Intercourse with a Spaniard the typical "confederate c< Jonel” would never by word or ges ture intlmnte thnt he considered him self In nny respect the superior of the gcnilcmnn with whom he might bo talking or that his business methods were more modern. In other words, tho southern "colonel" has (harming manners, and what was written by "Notlve of New England" was to say in effect thnt good mnnners nre n busi ness assets worth using.—llaltlmoro Sun. The Peaceful Buburbp. “Sort of endless chnln wnr with rour neighbor, eh?” said the visit or from the city. "How is that?" "Well,” replied the suburbanite, "his chickens flew over the hedge nnd nto all my garden seed. I got oven by getting n big tomcat, and the cat nto tho chickens.” “Ah. an 'eye for nn eye.’ eh?" “Yes; but It wasn't long before he got a bulldog nnd the bulldog finished the tomcat." •Great Scott! I suppose thnt ended tho feud?" "Not nt all. 1 borrowed n cata mount from a wandering circus and thnt killed the bulldog. Now, If ho don’t get an elephant to finish tho entnmount before I can return It to tho show I guess I'll come out win ner." Sympathetic Heart*. “It's dreadful the way the cost of living has gone up. The price of dia monds has Increased so. my husband found where he went to get nio Hint necklace he had promised me. that ho can't afford It at all this year.” "Yes. It Is certainly hard. I wonder how poor people manage to live." RHEUMATISM RECIPE PREPARE SIMPLE HOME-MADE MIXTURE YOURSELF. Buy the Ingredients from Any Drug gist In Your Town and Shake Them In a Bottle to Mix This. A well-known authority on Rheu matism give* the readers of a large New York dally paper the following valuable, yet simple and harmless prescription, which any one can eaaUy prepare at home: Fluid Extract Dandelion, one-half ounce; compound Kargon. one ounce; Compound Syrup Sarsaparilla, three ounces. Mix by shaking well In a bottle, and take a teaspoonful after each meal aud at bedtime. He atatee that the Ingredients can be obtained from any good prescrip tion pharmacy at small cost. and. be ing a vegetable extraction, are harm less to take. This pleasant mixture. If taken reg ularly for n few days. Is said to over come Almost any cage of Rheum*tism. The pain and swelling. If any. dimin ishes with each dose, until permanent resulfa nre obtained, and without In juring the stomach. .While there are .many soenlted Rheumatism remedies, patent medicines, etc., some of'Which do give relief, few really give perma nent result*, and the above will, no doubL he greatly appreciated by many sufferers here nt thia time. Inquiry at the drug stores of even the small towna elicits the Information that these druga are harmless and can lie bought separately, or the druggists will mis the prescription If naked to. Willing Hands. There la a good story going tho rounds In Pittsburg of a young man. formerly n stock-broker, who dropped many thousands In speculation during the early sprlnx. One night, shortly after going to bed. the Plttsburjter was awakened by strange signs. At his first motion to Jump up ho was greeted by n hoarse voice "If you stir, you're n dead man!” It said. "I'm looking for mon ey.” “In that case.” pleasantly answered the erstwhile speculator, “kindly al low me to arise and strike a light. I shall deem It a favor to be permitted to assist In the search.” —Harper's Weekly. laundry work at home would ha much more satisfactory If the right Blarch wore usod. In order to get tho desired stiffness. It Is usually neces sary to use so much starch that tho beouty and fineness of the fabric la hidden behind a paste of varying thickness, which not only destroys the appearance, but also affects the wear ing quality of the goods. This trou ble ran be entirely overcome by using Defiance Starch, as ll can be applied much more thinly becaqse of Its great er strength than other makes. What'a In a Name? “Old Amy. you know, who la famous for being arrested, has been sent to Jail again. Hut aa she weighs nearly 300 pounds and la a good fighter. It took nearly all the reserve force to get her In the wagon.” "Then the magistrate who sent her to Jail ought to bo arrested, too.” "Why bo?” “Didn't he commit big Amy?”—Hai ti more Amorican. Dmlmu Cannot Bo Cured tv (oral applicative, m tb#r cassot rvarh ihv 41* M*td pdtioa of th# car. Tb#re la oaljr <«» war tv tor# 4#arn#aa.aad tSat laby cowatllmuooal rvaiadlaa. ttoofo#-# la coe«ed «»f aa laflamvd cuodlilv *<f tha viwcwao ilals* or tbv guotacblaa Tab*. Wbv* tbla tab# la latamod r u * bat* a nrabitoe avad »r Im perfect beorlne. aa4 ■ baa It ta eelltoiy r i.md. l»*of b##a la tbv rrouit. and tint#*# tha laSammattuM caa b* lak#o out aud tbla tuba restored to Its normal cmdl- Uon. baarlnv will bo d#«troy#d fo##r»r ; nta# ram Bl ..r l»o ara cauavd br Catarrh, which ta notbla* taa inSam#d condition Iba muvi.ua ourrvcva. Wa will guv On# Hundred Ib-llarv for anr rax of Dvafauaa tcauevd by ralarrhi that cannot b# cored by Uairv Cetorrb Car#. *#o4 f..r circular*, frm.. r. j.liiknky a co.. Tmvdo. o. Sold by Druvjtltta. TV. Tabu Uall's ramily I*lll* for coo* tt pel lea. Bush Over Buried Treasure. There la a tradition In Germany that it was customary in the Middle Ages to put an elderberry plant over burled treasure. A farmer at Oels dorf while plowing close to such a bush unearthed a vessel containing 2,300 silver coins of the eleventh cen tury. By following the directions, which are plainly printed on each package of Defiance Starch. Men's Collars nnd Cuffs can bo mario Just as stiff as de sired. with either gloss or domestic finish. Try it. 10 ox. for 10c, sold by nil good grocers. The generous never enjoy their pos session* so much as when others are made partakers of them. —Sir W. Jones. - ... ... • • to, Drwiim, mum PUTNAM FADELESS DYES Starch, like everything else, la be log constantly Improved, the patent Starches put on the market 25 yean ago are very different and Inferior to those of the present day. In the lat est discovery—Defiance Starch—all In jurious chemicals are omitted, while the addition of another Ingredient. In vented by us, gives to the Starch a strength and smoothness never np* proached by other brands. Fictitious Impression. “I cannot help thinking of the won derful thought displayed in your daughter's commencement essay last June.” “Yea.” answered Mr. Cumrox. “Judging from that eeaay. you would think she was as much Interested In The Subservience of Individual Am bition to Eternal Destiny.* as she la in Ice cream soda. But she Isn't” Important to Mothers. MMe cawfegr awry tool* of O ASTORIA, t| aatf ssv that It M Dm Tot owr ae y«m. As KM Yea Base Alviji BsagM Why does the average girl bestow more affection on n pet dog when n young map- la 'present than at any other time? “BUILT on HONOR” Yo. mail «... MAYER HONORBILT SHOES, to .ppra diu thdr aapniority ov.r otter mJm. Ttey tevr th. Kyi. rod wrartny qttitttia, ,nd It.) nfhi Irani lb. linn wur loof .uI well, ud look food to th. Uu. /ggp nonottßtiT SHOES FOR MEN ui nud* with put can, ol th. hifhot frad. m,Uriel, by .killed workmen. Th.y nr. k.n.n Ikrr.jk nd Ikroafk. You fit •*»!«. .willy and mkit in burlnf MAYER HONORBILT SHOES. Your drain will tupply you i ll Ml, write to u». Look lor tho Meyer Trad. Mirk on th. toll. V. tin nuke Loading Lady Urn. N.rtte VraklaftMl C.tul.fl Shoes. Special Marti Sc heel 3k.es. F. Mdycr Boot i Shoe Company who believe in quality^^^ Jiff* BAKING J riVU POWDER \ 23 ouncot for 23 canto I I f|G!I Made from pure, carefully tested ■oewtsjU| materials. Hgnu Makes all baking healthful. HDfcjjSßl Why pay more for inferior powders? FhiuiuiirtT^L—^ JAQUES MFC. GO. Chicago unsage W. L. DOUGLAS A $3.00 & $3.00 SHOES BUrUHOEB FOR EVERT MEMBER OP a THE FAMILY. AT ALL PMIOEB. $23,000 /f vk Reward ITBffS^JfSiSSd^&St Tllh HKAROV \V. 1,. I>nuirln* mkk-k nr«- worn by more tw*«»|>lv J ngO In nil walk* of life tlnn any otlint nmko. In l»-f.iii«« of llictr rxi-fll-nt Myln. nttliiK. and »ti|«-ri>>r wr-nrlng «|n.ilit(•-«. wUrttA, Tli" Bvlvctlou of tlm leather* aihl other rnntertolw (or c«rb part of the klioe. and every detkil ut the iimklntf I- looked after by wTW ’ SB the most eomplsuorgaaiastloa *.t aai* flatvudvau,foren »kill.tl "lioeiiiAkerß. ** lira receive (lie liluli.-l u Ado* pRi-l in Iho iff Shoe liiilii.tr y, mill wlnxo Worklimn-lilp Vte e>relle-l. If I could • .he you hum my I*!»;•• fNclorio* .«( ItriH-kion,'l„m., . M nml-how you how • nr-fnlly W I. lr.ttti(ht--lioo-.itrem tile, vui M Mould then uriderntund why they hold then .Imitc lit (teller, W weir loiitfer nnd nre of gieulm «nlue tli.tn other iii'iHe. ,v Ttr^ My mnH 33.00 GUt J?dqn Shonm cannot bm srsa/fttf mt any pHco. CAUTION I I lie tteiriiiiiu h*»e \\ I. 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ReoM Weed-oil yield as readily to tho nemlout connive virtue* of llßt«K*u.*e oimtwkst a* the dread oissaf kaaaaae. Bemresppiy lo« th*ointment, both, tire ofTectod ports. OBlna II KIHKRt.LN MIPICINAIr MO A P. II kiwkkll'b IlLoon ANO l.tvart I'lLtdß tone up the liver and cleonwe the blood, oral m#n l. hi cenU a bos; Soap, tt coate a rahe; IVIIo. cents a buttle—ot all dnaosut*. Mend for interest me hnoh of teotlnaaahu* to Jon jrwrvr*. | IoLLQWA v A CVX.UI CvaoMrce Street. Philadelphia. IS. “jS.'iirss'bSiira PATEMISb^SSQSSS DEFIANCE STARCR "SSVSS2I IkMewa'i Cn Wrtw W. N. U. OENVCR, NO. 42. (107.