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JEWS PLAN UNIQUE BANK. COULD HARDLY TOTTER ABOUT.
Profits t Be Given for Development of Palestine Tannersvllle, N. Y. At the next session of the legislature of the state of New York the Zionists will have a ill presented authorizing the st&b llishment of a bank In New York city, jwhlch will be unique In that it will ibe closed on Saturdays and the profits of which will be devoted to the devel opment of Palestine. . A committee headed by ' Nathan Prensky, a merchant of Brooklyn; Henry Jackson, of Pittsburg, and Dr. 'B. L. Gordon, of Philadelphia, re ported at a session of the Zionists' convention here that stock to the 'amount of $50,000 had already been 'subscribed for, with promises of a similar sum as soon as the bank Is established. One of the features of jthis bank will be a steamship broker age department, which will serve to protect the poor and ignorant Jes of ithe East side of New York city from ,the frauds practiced on them by irre sponsible men. A3 soon as the bank in New York city has been established branches will be opened in Boston, Philadel phia, Baltimore. Pittsburg, Clevelaud, Chicago and Cincinnati and In other cities where there are large Jewish settlements. It is anticipated that the profits of this enterprise will be so large that many projects for development of the Industrial anq. agricultural possibili ties of Palestine which are now in abeyance, will be successfully carried out and the way opened for the set tling there of an enormous Jewish peasant population. A Vivid Description of the Most In sidious of Diseases. Miss Emma Shirley, Klllbuck, N. Y., writes: "Kidney disease mysteriously fastened itself upon me two years ago and brought awful headaches and dizzy spells. I was all un Btrung, weak and nervous, could scarce ly totter about. Pains in the side and back completely unnerved me. My food dis tressed me, I looked badly and the kidneys were noticeably deranged. 1 sank lower and lower until given up and at this critical time began with Doan's Kidney Pills. Details are un necessary. Twelve boxes cured me and I weigh six pounds more than ever before. They saved my life." Sold by all dealers. 60 cents a box Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. MAN AND HIS WAYS. Fertile Brain Has Evolved a Style of Cradle. New TO SAVE THE COAL SUPPLY. Crude Methods of Production Have Caused Ir-mense Waste. Washington. The government, through the United States geological survey, is planning with the producers of coal to place far In the distance the day when the country's coal supply shall be exhausted. Crude methods of production, with more attention paid to cheap production than to sav ing and scientific methods of mining, have resulted In an astonishing waste of coal. This will never be recog nized, for It lies buried deeply in abandoned mines now filled In. Also, it is planned to prolong and regulate the supply of coal by new methods of mining, which will, no doubt, result in adding many years to the existence of the now available supply. The extravagance in the production of coal, amounting to almost criminal waste, has not had the effect of re ducing the cost to consumers. This, at least, Is the opinion of Edward W. Parker, of the geological survey, who was a member of President Roose velt's coal strike commission, and pro bably is more familiar with coal con ditions than any man in the country. "One of the greatest problems to overcome in the production of coal," said Mr. Parker, "is a reduction in the waste of mining. Only a few years ago only 40 per cent, of the coal In a mine was marketed. Sixty per cent, was lost. Cheap mining methods caused this waste. Under improved methods the waste has now been re duced to from 30 to 40 per cent." A new cradle has been invented and by a man. Which latter state ment is a dedundancy for no up-to-date woman would really ever think of inventing anything so pernicious to her infant's welfare. Ha3 she not be come enlightened to the dreadful ills of that time-honored Institution of our ancestors? Dare she Imperil the intellect that is to sway the twen tieth century by untimely "juggling" In Its embryo stage? Poor modern babe! When colic's gripes assail, it may not know the luxury of a steady tramp swung across father's shoul derstrange to Bay, men do not jeer at this dictum of the new mother hoodmuch less will it experience the bliss of being lulled to rest in a wooden-slatted cradle or fluffy bassi net, swayed by the foot of a won drous being who swings and croons, swings and croons, till baby woes are merged in blessed sleep. Its maker claims that sideways rocking is, in deed, injurious to babykins, but to his eyes, not his brain. Therefore has he constructed a cradle that swings lengthwise, and is shaped like a boat! SCALY ERUPTION ON BODY. GIVES LOCATION OF THE SOUL. Man Who Hopes to Photograph It Says It Is in the Throat. New York. "The soul of a man is soft and gelatinous, small, practically shapeless, and situated beneath the first rib. Below the Adam's apple in a man, and in a woman at the base of Tier throat, is a spot of little or no re sistance. It is from this place when the hour of death has come that the soul must be taken. It does not pass like a shadow. It is not a flight. The soul must be drawn out by an angel sent by God to perform thi3 opera tion, and this seat of life is trans ferred, warm, palpitating, to a body the counterpart of the one it has left, tt is substance, material, and could be as well caught by the camera as the human face." It was thus that Henry Price of Mount Vernon explained recently his theory of the soul's passage and the possibility of obtaining a photographic reproduction thereof. "I do not think, by any means, that; all men have souls. You may and may not have a soul, according as you have merited it." Doctors and Remedies Fruitless Suf fered 10 Years Completely Cured by Cuticura. "Small sores appeared on each of my lower limbs and shortly afterwards they became so sore that I could scarcely walk. The sores began to heal, but small scaly eruptions ap peared. The itching was so severe that I would scratch the sores until the blood began to flow. After I suffered thus about ten years I made a renewed effort to effect a cure. The eruptions by this time had appeared on every part of my body except my face and hands. The best doctor in my native county and many remedies gave no relief. All this was fruitless. Finally my hair began to fall out and I was rapidly becoming bald. A few months liter, having used almost everything else, I thought I would try Cuticura Ointment and Cuticura Soap. After using three boxes I was completely iured, and my hair was restored, after fourteen years of suffering and an ex penditure of at least $50 or $60 in vain ly endeavoring to find a cure. B. Hiram Mattingly, Vermillion, S. Dak., Hug. 18, 1906." 52 Gotham Murders In Month. New York. Four hundred and ninety-eight deaths were reported to the coroner's office In Juné. Accord ing to the monthly report of Chief Clerk Jacob E. Bausch, 236 were due to violence or accident, the remaining 262 being sudden deaths due to nat ural causes. Of the deaths by vio lence or accident 52 were homicides and 29 were suicides. Thirty-nine bodies were found floating in the rivers. , Sixteen persons were killed by carriages or wagons, 15 by the street railways and three by automobiles. Perhaps He Was the One to Blame. Hicks He first met his wife when he was on a camping trip down in the Maine woods, but their marriage isn't happy. Wicks Ah, I see. He mistook her for a dear. The extraordinary popularity of fine ivhite goods this summer makes the ihoice of Starch a matter of great im portance. Defiance Starch, being free trom all injurious chemicals, Is the only one which is safe to use on fine tabrics. Its great strength as a stiffener makes half the usual quantity of Starch necessary, with the result of perfect finish, equal to that when the goods were new. Artificial. Ella What would you give to have hair like mine? Stella I have some at home just like it. i ranin& . .wan Did Not Prevent Ravellnn The raveling of state highways in Massachusetts during dry weather has generally been prevented in the naat by spreading a thin coat of sand over me sun ace. uuring last year, how ever, there were two quite Drotracted dry spells which disturbed the bond of the road and caused loose stones to stand up on the surface. Although sand was spread thinly as before, it did not prevent the raveling in all In stances. Engineer. Laundry work at home would be much more satisfactory if the right Starch were used. In order to set the desired stiffness, it is usually neces sary to use so much starch that the beauty and fineness of the fabric is 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 can be entirely overcome by using Defiance Starch, as it can be applied much more thinly because of its great er strength than other makes. Read Charles Dickens' Proofs. Henry Thomas Spindler, who died recently at Brentford, England, at the age of 84, was for many years con nected with the old London Sun. He acted as proofreader to Charles Dick ens, and possessed many relics of the great novelist, including proofs with his alterations upon them. Important to Mother. Examine carefully every bottle of CASTORIA, Mfe and iure remedy for infant! and children, and iee that it Bean the Signature of la Vie For Over 30 Years. Xbe Kind Ton Have Always Bought. How Long Would $400 Last? Patience Has she played bridge lone? - - i Patrice Not very, only about $40? long! Yonkers Statesman. Envy and jealousy prevail between men In the same kind of business, and neither will give honest credit to the other. The greatest cause of worry on Ironing day can be removed by using Defiance Starch, which will not stick to the iron. Sold everywhere, 16 os. for 10c. Success and defeat rest side by side in the bosom of Mother Earth, and the refreshing rain and warm sunshine fall alike upon their green mounds. ' Ladies Can Wear Shoes One size smaller after using Allen's Foot Rase. A certain cure for swollen.sweating, hot, aching feet. At all Druggists, 25c. Ac cept no substitute. Trial package FREE. Address A. S. Olmsted, Le Roy, N. Y. Even if you gain but an Inch you naven t put your best foot forward in vain. Mrs. Wlnslow's Soothing Byron. For children teetnlnu, softens the gums, reduce! In OammeUoa, allays pain, curas wladoollu. 23cabottle. a. Our idea of a charming woman is one who is ignorant of her charms. SICK HEADACHE Positively cured by these Little Pills. They aviso relievo nu tres from DvurwnHl Tn. iiirn I dKe8tlou and Too Hearty IV Lit Ea,lnf- A perfect rem- sea, Drowsiness. Bad Taste In the Mouth, Coat ed Tongue, Pain In the Side. TORPin TTVirn They regulate the Bowels. Purely Vegetable. SMALL FILL. SMALL DOSE. SMALL PRICE. CARTERfS l liTTir lV Jr ta. sk. I in PILLS. m hi sums), ummmwm I Genuine Must Bear Fac-Simile Signature REFUSE SUBSTITUTES. W. N. U.( DENVER, NO. 29, 1907. CARTERS OlTTli IJIVER JÍPjLLS. 7 a Trypan mu Utru Mica Axlo Grease II lengthens the life of the II wagon saves horse- if power, time and tern- """ j per. Best lubricant in ,.,.mJ the world mnfafna powdered mica which ( forms "" smooth, hard coating on axle, and reduces friction. If 70a want jour outfit to last and earn money while it lasts grease the axles with Mica Axle Grease. STANDARD OIL COfiPAKY To eonvinoe any woman that Pax tine Antiseptic will improve her health 1 we claim We will EE l'!"! and do all wo claim tuaafl Saul f- it xu 1 1 1 send her absolutely free a large trial hoz of Paxtlne with hook ot lnstruo your name and address on a postal card. cleanses and heals mucous af fections, such as nasal catarrh, pelvlo eaiarrh and inflammation caused by femi nine Ills; sore eyes, gore throat and mouth, by direct local treatment Its cur ativa power over these troubles is extra ordinary and gives Immediate relief. Thousands of women are using and rec ommending It every day. eo cents at druggists or by mall. Remember, however, IT COSTS TOO NOTHING TO TRY IT. THK U. r AX TON CO., Boston, Mais. PAOTHE SORE SHOULDERS" I would lilts very much to personally meel every reader ot this paper who owns any horses thathavs sore shoulders and toll him about Security Oall Salve This Is Impossible so I am going to Sail you through the paper. Ton and I Doth know that horses working with sore shoulders sre In pain, snd that they can't de as much work without running down as when they are free from pain. I also know perfectly well that Security Gall Salve will cure these shonldsrs, but you do not know tt. If yon did yu would buy a box of your dealer at once and enre them up, for you have no dwibt often wished that you knew of some thing you could relyon. Yon can rely absolutely on Security Gnll Salve, It will do Its work every time, or If you prefer to try It first I will mall you a sample ran free. Just write for it it will go to yon on first mall. Also I wsnt to teil you that 8scurity Antiseptic Healer is as good for barb wire cuts as Security Oall Salva Is for harness galls. Dealers carry thsm in i!So, 60c and tl.OO sites. Uiethemforyourneedii guarantee you perfect satisfaction. Prank B. Dennle. President. SECURITY REMEDY CO Minneapolis, Minn. RFATiFPQ of this paper de al JL 11 JU 11 tJ siring to buy any thing advertised in its columns should insist upon having what they ask (or, refusing all substi tutes or imitations. Dainty, Crisp, Drossy lOllDlilF are a delight to the refined woman every where. In order to get this result see that the material is good, that it is cut in the latest fashion and use in the laundry. All three things are im portant, but the last is absolutely neces sary. No matter how fine the material or how daintily made, bad starch and poor laundry work will spoil the effect and ruin the clothes. DEFIANCE STARCH is pure, will not rot the clothes nor cause them to crack. It sells at zoc a sixteen ounce package everywhere. Other starches, much inferior, sell at zoc for twelve ounce package. Insist- on getting DEFIANCE STARCH and bo sure of results. I Starch fianci ilompany, Omaha, UobrooCia. 1 I , . , ,, - -