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THE BARRE . DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT., TUESDAY, NOYEarBKll 4, ivra. o un Your Blood Get rid of humors, boils, pimples, Restore your appetite, Banish that tired feeling, Build up your nerves. Have refreshing eleep, and Health-color in your face,- By taking the true blood tonio, Sarsaparilla Prepared only by C. I. Hood Co., Lowell, Mass. over 60 years' experi ence In making medicines "If Made by Hood It'a Good." Sold everywhere. LOBBIST NAMED BY T17 WF.QSV T5 MTSSTNf! , ( Wanted To Testify in Tammany Corrup : tion Proceedings in New. York ' Police Inspector's Son May Take the Stand. 'New York, -Nov. 4. Eugene D. Wood, the lobbyist and politician Bought by District Attorney Whitman as a witness yesterday at the John T)oe investiga tion into the charges of Tammany cor ruption made by .John A. ' Hennessy, could not be found yesterday afternoon. Friends said he was out of town and would not return for several days. Hen nessy, chief campaigner against Tam many in the municipal campaign, had testified last week that it was Wood who pave him -most of the material for hie charges. One report 'had it that Wood, had gone to Albany to vote. In his absence it was thought"that W. W. McLaughlin, jr., would be called as a witness. Young McLaughlin recently made affidavit thRt his . father, an ex police inspector, had loaned $21,000 to Kdward E. MeCall, Democratic candi date for mayor, about the time- of Mc Call's nomination for the state supreme lench in 1012. The hearing was to be-i gin at 3 o'clock. nlOcSs Skin Soothed and Healed by B. D. D. Itching akin, ugly, eruptions, scaly jcalp. Eczema and Its allied diseases all yield Instantly Xo the soothing Influence of the mild, simple wash, the S.S.D. Prescription for Eczema. From our experience with skin auf ferera, ws ara convinced that skin di sease Is caused by germs beneath the outer skin that - spread and multiply until they become a mass of gnawing animals, D.D.D., a penetrating liquid. Floyd G. Runaell, Dgut., Eed Cross dealer or II 77 rsr "r-t i Bk. V I IS . S it i as s yy We Have Just Received a Large Stock of ' Leather Belt Ends and Strips Now is the time to buy, as leather is going, up. We also have lasts and stands and nails and knives. Come now, while you have a good assortment to choose from. THE N.D.PHELPS CO. Telephone 29, Barre, Vermont The Kempton Mills We announce our readiness to supply our trade with the BEST in Flour, Hay, Grain and Feed of all kinds. Sole agency for the celebrated Elegant and Regular brands of Flour. Custom Grinding ! Storage for Furniture, Wagons and Sleighs. . We ask your consideration when buying. The Kempton Mills Phone Averill Mills Building TRUSTS AFTER CURRENCY This Is President Wilson's : Legislative Pro gram HAS QUITE DEFINITE IDEAS ON QUESTION Opposes Small Number of Branch Banks, Firm for Glass Bill Washington, Nov. 4. President Wil on Baid yesterday he would not launch any recommendations for anti-trust leg mlntinn mitil the currency bill was passed and that it would be his aim to keep the currency question the center of attention. He made it plain, however, that he had some very definite ideas on the trust question which he had already discussed with Chairman Newlands of the Senate interstate commerce commit tee and Chairman Clayton of the House judiciary committee, as well as with At tomev flencral McReynolds, and that all were thinking along the same lines, "An anti-trust programme armed to the teeth," is the way those close to Presi dent Wilson describe his plans. 1 The president, they say, intends to get be hind whatever measure the chairmen of the two congressional committee will work out in consultation with admin istration officials. The president let It he known that it is opposed to the Senate banking currency amendment providing for four regional reserve banks instead of 12, as in the Houso currency bill. He told callers yesterday that to change any of the fundamentals of the House bill would alter the whole thing. He made it clear that he would continue to stand firmly for the Glass bill, though he conceded" there were debatable parts. destroys these germa and washes them away, thereby relieving- that awful Itcti Immediately. A 60c bottle will prove this much to you. We are ao confident that D.D.D. can reach all cases, that we offer you the first full else bottle on , the guarantee that if It falls to do as we say, we will will refund the purchase price. Ton alone to Judge. D. I). D. Soap aids la keeping the skin pure; ask us. Pharmacy, 160 North Main St. Too tired to work Tf nn irnt un in the mornini? tiro! if vou wearv with little a-rert inn if vim and bo are lack inp vour liver is torpid. Take Schenck's mandrake Pills ml t.) letter ml nnce. 75 v ears' sre- liver mmnlaint. sick VoolaKo ilvaiurak. ffiddinetm. iaundice. e- Wholly veeetaDie BDsoiuieiv umuiic, 25e. ir box from your by mail on receipt ot price. Dr. T. H. SCHENCK. SUN, ,e . Philadelphia. f 367 - M Barre, Vt. TO MAKE YOUR HAIR MORE BEAUTIFUL To give your hair that gloss and luster and wavy silky-softness, use Harmony Hair Beautifier. It takes away the dull, dead look of the hair, and makes it bright turns the stringinesa into fluffi ness overcomes the oily odors and leave a sweet, true-rose fragrance make the hair easier to put up neatly and easier to keep in place. It is just exactly what it is named a hair beau tiller, and whether your hair is ugly now or beautiful, it will improve its appearance. You'll be proud of and de lighted with the results, or your money back. Very easy to apply simply sprinkle a little on your hair each time before brushing it. Contains no oil; will not change the color of hair, nor darken gray hair. To keep ypur hair and scalp dandruff free and clean, use Harmony Shampoo. This pure, liquid shampoo is most con venient in use, because it gives an in stantaneous rich, foaming lather that immediately penetrates to every part of hair and scalp, insuring a quick, thor ough cleansing. Washed off just as quickly, the entire operation takes only a few moments. Contains nothing that can harm the hair; leaves no harshness or stickiness -just a sweet-smelling cleanliness. Both preparations come in odd-shaped, very ornamental bottles, with sprinkler tops. Harmony Hair Beautifier, $1.00. Harmony Shampoo, 50c. Both guaran teed to satisfy you in every way, or your money back. Sold in this com munity only at our store The Rexall Store one of the more than 7J0OO lead ing drug stores of the United States, Canada and Great Britain, which own the big Harmony laboratories in Bos ton, where the many celebrated Har mony Perfumes and Toilet Preparations are made. Red Cross Pharmacy, Floyd G. Russell, Prop., 160 Jorth Main street. Barre, Vt. Advt. MORE IMMIGRANTS COMING TO U. S. Increase for August Over Last Year 43,- 803 Italy Sends Most A Total of 2,479 Were Debarred. Washington, Nov. 4. Figures indicate that immigration to the United States is on the increase. Statistics made pub lic by the bureau of immigration yes terday show that the total number of immigrant aliens admitted for August was 126,180, compared with 82,377 for the same month lust year, or an increase of 43,803. Of the total number, 84,623 were males and. 41,557 females. Italy was the largest contributor, sending 31, 762 aliens. A total of 2,479 persons were debarred for various causes during Au gust. The total number of emigrant aliens who departed from the United States during August was 23,242, com pared with 25,725 for the corresponding month in 1012. Of the total 17,301 were males and 5,041 females. THE CHANGE MADE. B. & M. Offices Moved from South To . North Station. Boston, Nov. 4. Headquarters of the Boston 4 Maine railroad were changed yesterday from the South station to the North station. , At the same time that President Mor ria McDonald of the Boston A Maine moved into his new suite of offices at the North station, Chairman Howard El liott of the executive committee of the New York, New Haven k, Hartford ys tern began the occupancy of the offices at the South station vacated by the Bos ton & Maine executive. All the Boston &, Maine offices will soon be under one roof. SURRENDERED BY COUNSEL. Men Implicated in Thaw Case Now Un der Bonds. New York, Nov. 4. Eugene Duffy and Michael O'Keefe, who were indicted with former Assemblyman Richard Butler and Roger Thompson for conspiracy in con' nection with the escape of Harry K Thaw from the Matteawan asylum for the criminal insane, were yesterday eur rendered by their counsel to the district attorney. They were put under $3,000 bail eacb. PRICE COLLIER DEAD. Weil-Known American Writer Expires Suddenly While on a Visit to Count Weddell. Copenhagen, Denmark, Nov. 4. Price Collier, the American author, of Tuxedo Park, N. Y., died suddenly yesterday while on a visit to Count Wedclel on the island of Funen, in the Baltic sea, where he had been invited to participate in a shooting party. He was fifty-three years of age. RHEUMATISM AND BRIGHT'S DISEASE Prof. Budlong Was Quickly Relieved of Both Afflictions by Using Rheuma. If you suffer from any form of rheu matism, remember that RHEUMA goes to work quickly to remove the cause, not simply to relieve the distress. Many years' use has demonstrated that it goes to the seafof the disease and expels the poisonous matter through the natural channels the kidneys, bowels, liver and skin. "For many years I was tronbled with rheumatism, also with Bright's disease of the kidneys. I suffered awfully. Tried many advertised remedies. After using your truly remarkable prepara tion, RHEUMA. I was fully cured." Prof. C. J. Budlong, Sound View, Conn. RHEUMA is guaranteed by the Red Cross Pharmacy, who sell it for 50 cents a bottle. Advt. BADLY IRRITATED SKIN OF BABY QUICKLY HEALED BY COMFORT POWDER Miss E. T. Burroughs, Pouchkeepsie, N. , a trained nurse, says: "Comfort Powder worked like a charm on a baby with a badly irritated skin, allaying the soreness and curing the trouble. It is the best powder made." Comfort Powder is a skm-heahng won der for infants and adults. Be sure you get the genuine with the signature of E. S. Sykes on the box. Advt. GLASS OF SALTS IF YOUR KIDNEYS HURT Eat Less Meat if You Feel Backachy or Have Bladder Trouble Salts Fine for Kidneys. Meat forms uric acid, which excites and overworks the kidneys in their ef forts to filter it from the system. Reg ular eaters of meat must flush the kid neys occasionally. You must relieve them like you relieve your bowels: re moving all the acids, waste and poison, else you feel a dull misery in the kidney region, sharp pains in the back or sick headache, dizziness, your stomach sours, tongue is coated, and when the weather is bad you have rheumatio twinges. The urine is cloudy, full of sediment; the channels often get irritated, obliging ydu to get up two or three times during the night. To neutralize tbe irritating acids and flush off the body's urinous waste, get about four ounces of Jad Salts from any pharmacy; take A tablespoonful in a glass of water before breakfast for a few days and your kidneys will then act fine and bladder disorders disappear. This famous salts is made from the acid of grapes and lemon juice, combined with lithia, and has been used for genera tions to clean and stimnlate sluggish kidneys and stop bladder irritation. Jad Salts is inexpensive; harmless and makes a delightful effervescent lithia-water drink which millions of men and women take now and then, thus avoiding seri ous kiduey and bladder diseases. Advt. HARVESTER COMPANY IN FINAL FIGHT Federal Court Hears Argument in Anti- Trust Suit Filed Eighteen Months Ago. . St. Paul, Minn., Nov. 4. Opposing counsel entered the united States dis trict court here yesterday -.'or the final struggle in the government's suit to dissolve the International Harvester Co. as a monopoly in violation of the Sher man law. Members of the court gath ered to hear final arguments in the case tiled more than a year and a halt ago. Attorney General McReynolds, Edwin P. (irosvenor, special assistant to the attorney general, and Joseph R. Darling, special agent of the department of jus tice, represented the government. The Harvester company had on hand a formidable array of counsel, includ ing Judge William D. McIIugh of Omaha, Frank H. Kellogg of St. Paul, Edgar A. Bancroft, John P. Wilson, Philip A. Post, Victor A. Remy, and W. M. Stilwell the five last named being from Chicago. Mr. Grosvenor, opening the argument for the government, asked for dissolu tion in such manner as to prevent effec tively a possibility of two or more of the disintegrated parts coming into own ership of companies having common stockholders, and to prevent interlocking directorates. WARRANTS FOR REPEATERS. Nine Thousand Voters Barred from Polls in New York. New York, . Nov. 4. Nine thousand persons- were named in warrants issued yesterday for their arrest if they try to vote at to-day's election. Hereafter a voter can register only from the place where he actually resides. AMUSEMENT NOTES. Famous Russian Orchestra and Great Dancers Friday Night. The management of the opera house announces as a special guaranteed en gagement at the opera house on Friday, Nov. 7th, the famous Russian Balalaika orchestra and the great Russian dan cers, direct from St. Petersburg, Russia, with the eminent director and Balalaika soloist, Alexander Kirkiloff, and a select high class vaudeville program includ ing Tango dancers, Spanish dancers and Oriental dancers, and other entertainers such ns have never been sent on a tour heretofore. Too much cannot lie said regarding the worth of this attraction. The Bala laika orchestra is the same that appear ed at the New York hippodrome and the Casino theatre in New York to crowded houses. Special electrical and scenic ef fects are carried. It is two hours and a half of novel and rapid fire of entertain ment. There is not one dull moment in the entire entertainment. Adv. The Shepherd of the Hills. There is a character in "The Shepherd of the Hills" the dramatization of Harold Bell Wright's novel, which conies to the opera house next (Saturday, miatinee and night called ' Preaclun Bill. Despite the roughness of his character, he has a brand of philosophy that in its way is quite equal to that of "'David Harum." Some of his sayings are: "Some fellers can-do mighty big things a durnel little way." "Every hound has his strong points, but some has more of 'em." "There is a bond of fellowship in sor row that knows no conventionalities. 'fiod 'lmightv fixed it somehow eo th birds and varmmis don't make no mis take, but left hit plumb easy for men and women t' make d-irned fools of themselves." "Hit's good fer a feller t' lie down in the back onrt in a while, if hit warn't for that we'd git to. stnndin' so durned proud and straight we'd go plumb over backwards. "In his face was the look of one who had done fought'liis fight to the finish and war too dead beat t' even be glad it war over. Adv. A Card We, the undersigned, do hereby agree to refund the money on a 50-cent bottle of Greene's Warranted Syrup of Tar, if it fails to cure your, cough or cold. VV e also guarantee a 25-cent bottle to prove satisfactory, or money refunded. Red Croaa Pharmacy, Barre Drug- Store, C. H. Kendrick A Co. Georgra L. Edaon, W. H. Mil ft Co.. D. C. Howard, E. A. Drown, J. D. McArthur, McAlliater Broa., J. A. Cummins, J. W. Parmenter. Gompers' Appeal Advanced. Washington, Nov. 4. The supreme court yesterday granted a motion to ad vance for hearing the appeals of Presi dent Gompers, Vie President Mitchell and Secretary Morrison of the American federation of Labor in the Bucks stove contempt case. WASHINGTON Custom grinding at the Kempton Mills, Barre. Trompt service. NO ATTEMPT TO MOVE CARS Have Stood Idle in Streets of Indianapolis Since Friday ONE MAN SHOT AND FATALLY WOUNDED Suit Brought to Annul the Traction Company's Charter Indianapolis, Ind., Nov. 4. The third day of the strike of the employes of the Indianapolis Traction and Terminal company ended last night with no at tempt to move the cars, which have stood idle in the streets since Friday. Charges were made yesterday that partisan politics have caused the police to fail to give the traction company sufficient protection to run its cars. The etforta of Sheriff i'ortteus to swear in 200 citizen deputies resulted in the charge that he summoned the men chiefly for the purpose of reducing their activities at the polls to-day, only ten being of the same political belief as the sheriff, namely Democratic. A suit for the annulment of the trac tion company's ' franchise and the ap pointment of a receiver because of its failure to operate lines was filed in the circuit court yesterday. Thomas Carlton, a chauffeur, was shot and fatally wounded while watching a crowd of sympathizers making an attack on the car barn yesterday. EPISCOPALIAN MAY TIE WILSON KNOT The President'i Daughter and Fiance At tend St. John'f, Starting New Rumor. Washington, Nov. 4. Speculation, is rife here regarding the minister who will officiate at the White House wedding of Miss Jessie Wilson and Francis Bowes Sayre. Ilia identity ia being kept deep secret. Although President and Mrs. Wilson are Presbyterians, it was reported yes terday that an Episcopalian divine would tie the knot for their daughter. It was pointed out, in substantiation of the report, that Miss Wilson and Mr. Savre attended church Sunday at St, John's, the fashionable Episcopal church. which was the religious home of the last White House bride, Alice Roosevelt, and Mrs. Roosevelt, while the president and Mrs. Wilson went to a Presbyterian service. Announcement is expected this week regarding the identity of the minister and the personnel of invited guests. Mother Stanislaus Tells of Recovery Throat Troubles, like coutlnued coughs and colds, often seriously affect tha lungs. If you oar not found any Im provement from the treatment you have tried. Investigate the many report show ing benefits, and. In numerous eases, complete recoveries, brought about by the line of Kf'kremn'i Alterative. Tbis Is a medicine for Throat and I,ong Troubles. fuTorabljr known for more than fifteen years. Read thin case: Convent of 8t. Anne. Sanford, Fla. "Gentlemen: In February, 1011, four doctors examined my throat and pro noonced the aecessitv of operation. Having benrd at Feeksklll, N V.. Moth. erboune of the Sisters of 8t. Frsnrls, where I was visiting, of Eckmsn's Altera tire, I determined as a last resort to try It After taking four or five bottles lurge pieces of diseased t Unite came away. I continued the Alterstlre, to my grateful and dully relief. In ten months I was restored to perfect health. I would he Hind to write or talk to any person who mtty have a doubt about It. I would like them to see and hear from my own lips. If they so dealre, all I would say of It." (Signed) MOTHEK M. BTAMSUAU8. (Above abbreviated: more on reqtieat.) Krknian's Alterative has been proveu by . many years' teat to be most efficacious for severe Throat and I,nna Affections, Itromhitla. Bronchial Asthma. Stubborn Colds and In upbuilding the STstrm. ('out ulna no narcotics, poUoos or habit forming drugs. Ask for booklet telling of recoveries and write to Eokmao laboratory. Fhllsdehihls. Pa., for erl deuce. For sale by all leading druggists Red Cross Pharmacy, Barre, Vt. Started With Rash on Face. Would Dry Up and Form Scabs. Watery Substance. Cuticura Soap and Ointment Cured. They Also Cured Other Two Children of Eruption, T2 Allison St.; Newton, Mass. "I have six children and used Cuticura Soap and Ointment on three of them. One girl ten years old bad sores on her bead. I used a box of Cuti cura Ointment and It healed very Quickly. Mow within this last year my little boy, two years old, broke out with a mass of sores on the chin that would not heal, so I sent for Cuti cura Soap and Ointment and ithealedinaboutthree weeks. "'The oldest boy broke out with eczema in the worst form, starting; with a rash oa the face when about two months old. Then sore commenced behind the ears, then the rash broke Into sore aU over his face. Dur ing the day it would dry up and form scabs, later In the day a watery substance would ooze out and commeoce Itching. During the night be would scratch and in the morn ing his face would be all raw. His hands, nightgown and pillow were covered with blood. I had to make bags out of flannel to pat on his bands and put a hood on his bead. I then started using Cuticura Rme dies. From then on the face started to beal and I kept at It until be was cured." (Signed) Mrs. O. Karcher. Feb. 13. 1913. Cuticura Soap 25c and Cutk-uraOintment 60c. are sold everywhere. IJberal sample of each mailed free, with 32-p. Skin Book. Ad dress post-card "Cuticura, Dept. T, Boston. " Men who ahave and shampoo with Cu ticura Soap will find it best for akin andacs.ro. BABY ECZEMA N WORST FORI a st r a LIKE POISON IS THE GAS OF INDIGESTION Kellogg's Tasteless Castor Oil Clears Gas Out Quickly Thousands of distressed persons will go back to using castor oil now that it is tasteless. There is nothing like Kellogg's Taste less CaBtor Oil to clear out the "inner man." It is a relief for the pain and bloating of gas. Kellogg's Tasteless CaBtor Oil is a new and remarkable discovery. The nause ous taste and smell are taken out, but nothing else. It's all of the oil, but none of the taste, and so well purified that it acts better, without griping, and does not upset the stomach. Children take it readily. . Women and workers indoors find Kel logg's Tasteless Castor Oil a quick relief from the distress of poor digestion, and it is a perfect laxative. Kellogg's is not mixed or flavored, just a true, taste less castor oil. Ask for Kellogg's Tasteless Castor Oil at any drug store. Not sold in bulk, but in 2oc or 50c bottles, trade-marked with a green castor leaf bearing the signature, Kellogg's. Made only by Spencer Kel logg &. Sons, Inc., Buffalo, N. Y., refiners of vegetable oils. Advt. Money Saved by Making Vour Cough Syrup at Home Take Bat m Few momenta. avud Stops a Hard Cough in a aiurry Cough medicines, as a rule, contain a large quantity of plain syrup. If you take one pint of granulated sucar. add pint of warm water and atir about 2 minutes, you have aa good syrup as money could buv. Ii you will then put 2 ounces of Pinex (fifty cents' worth I in a nlnt bottle, and fill it up with the Sugar Syrup, you will have aa much coucrh syrup as you could buy ready made for $2.50. Take a teaspoon ful every one, two or three hours. It keeps perfectly. You will find it one of the best cough syrupa you ever used ven in whooping cough. You can feel it take hold- usually conquers an ordinary cough in 24 hours. It is just laxative enough, has a good tonic effect, and the tast is pleasant. It is a splendid remedy, too, for whooping cough, spasmodic croup, hoarseness and bronchial asthma. Pinex ia a most vaulable concentra ted compound of Norway white pine extract, rich in guaiaeol and other healing pine elements. No other prepa ration will work in this formula. This plan for making cough remedy with Pinex and Sugar Syrup is now used in more homes than any other cough remedy. The plan has often been imitated but never successfully. A guaranty of absolute satisfaction, or money promptly refunded, goes with this preparation. Your druggist has Pinex, or will get it for you. If not, send to The Pinex Co., Ft. Wayne, Ind. SPANISH FIRING SQUAD EXECUTES AN ARMY OFFICER Court Martial Finds Him Guilty of Mur derHis Daughter Is Imprisoned at an Accomplice. Madrid, Spain, Nov. 4. A firing squad of-. Spanish troops, at dawn yesterday executed Captain Manuel 'Sancher, a Spanish army officer found guilty by 8 court martial of the murder of Don Gar cia Jalon, a wealthy land owner, last May. Detachments of all the regiments in garrison witnessed the execution. Captain Sanchea was tried and con demned for the crime as a sequel to the confession of a woman, Luisa Sanchez, said to be his daughter, who was sen tenced to 12 years' imprisonment as his accomplice. Jalon was missing for sev eral weeks after he had won about $1,000 at cards, and the evidence showed he had been enticed to Sanchez' flat and murdered there by the officer, who with: the woman, cut up the body and threw j it into an adjacent sewer. HARDWICK STREET. F. W. Eastman is quite sick at this writing. Mrs. Gertrude Hunt and two children of Lebanon, N. H., are visiting her moth er, Mrs. Deborah Fav. Joe Donnell and wife of Cabot have been visiting at R. A. Eastman's. An auction sale was held Monday at the home of the late H. ray. Joshua Gray, who has been visiting his granddaughter, Mrs. tred Batten has gone to Barton. WAITSFIELD Custom grinding at the Kempton Mills, Barre. Prompt service. ORANGE Custom grinding at the Kempton Mills. Barre. Prompt service. Shoes Correctly Fitted The most essential part of selling shoes is the fitting. We take pride in stating that not a pair of shoes leaves our store, but what we do our utmost to have them the proper shape for the feet intended. Our time is yours, and our stock is com plete. We ask your patronage. The Barre Copyright Hart Schafher le Mug This is one of the new winter models; a good all around coat, single-breasted shawl collar. If you walk to busi ness, here's the coat for you. Hart Schaff ner & Marx made it Young and old busi ness men, college men, lots of men will wear this coat for fall. Moore & Owens, Barre's Leading: Clothiers Barre, Vt. Giants Win by Heavy Hitting. ; Marlin, Texas, Nov. 4. The world's touring New York Nationals and Chi cago Americans found yesterday's game in Marlin a festival home coming event as the players of both teams have trained here in the past. The Giants won 11 to 1 by their heavy hitting. Nature Tells You As Many a Barre Reader Knows Too Well : When the kidneys are weak, Nature tells you about it. The urine is nature's index. . Infrequent or too frequent passage, Other disorders suggest kid ney ills. Doan's Kidney Pills are for disordered kidneys. Barre people testify to their worth. H. J. Ennis, barber, 11 S. Main street, Barre, Vt says: "Some time ago I used Doan's Kidney Pills and they proved to me, that what I had often read about them in the pa- , pers, was true. When I began to have trouble with my kidneys, I got Doan's Kidney Pills right away, as others of my family had had great benefit from them. I 'had sharp pains across the small of my back. I used Doan's Kid ney Pills and the pain was driven away. I have had no trouble since. It is a pleasure for me to recommend Doan'a Kidney Pills." . . For sale by all dealers. . Price,- 50 cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, New York, sole agents for the United States. Remember the name Doan's and take no other. Shoe Co.