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FALL KIDNEY CHILLS.
With tho clillllnff nlr of fall conlca nn extra tax on weak kidneys. lt'g tho llmo I (nail's Kidney Pills arc needed now recognized tho world over ns tlio clilcf Kidney and Bladder remedy. Aching backs are caned. 1 Hp, back, and loin pains Overcome, Swelling of tho limbs and dropsy signs vanish. Thri correct urine with brick dust sediment, high colored, pain In passing, dribbling, frequency, lied wetting. Donn'g Kidney Pills remove calculi and gravel. llclievo heart palpitation, sleeplessness, headache, nervousness, dizziness. ' It wns 1 could nnriEi.n, Isn -railed rbetiuiallHia get no rener rrom me .' tors. I heitantoluipruYe nn taking Doan's sompla and got two boxes at our drug, gist, and, althnnixli (H years .f nm, I am aliinwt a new man. I was tr b - . .i Heal with my water had to (tat up four and Ave thnea a night. That trouble U over with and onea more I can rest the night through. My backache is all gone, and I thank you errrao much fc:r the wonderfcl medicine, 1 loan' Ktduey l'lUs." Jso. II. Ilt'BEn, President, .KrvtlK Indiana, State Bank. m Ooan's f KtCt. 10 CUTS a .t. to. STATE For fr trial not, mall thl coupon to Foster-Mil burn Co., ItufTalo, N. Y. If above tnare lnsufOctnut, writ ddrM on rpa rut ail I p. IVHlfl I anru- think lit la, kllUW 1 oto my life to tliPtw ami I want other to It." Rami Davir, )taxtor : i ! w ,-. Kunn, Fat.motth, Va. "I uf fpffd over twelve month with pain In thennallof tuy bark. Medicines ai d plas ters g&w only temporary rettef, .tonus Kidney I -ilia cured me." F. ft. I .row. Falmouth, V f wm mm r I TcAcKtrJiPELL GOODNtlS. MAKY M.nv "6-00-D-N-6-S-.S. TcckerCjVL ME A SENTENCE USING TKATHWOSD I I ITTI CTVirV i ' IE ill i '' CREAMERY BUTTER '16 qOQD Denver Directory. DENVER 1 ENT & AWNING CO. OUR TdNTS KATES ARE TIGHT RIQHT UK LARIMER STREET Modern School of Business p&KfSXSZ. A. M. h I. A KNhH. l'rln. Catalog tree. Fidelity Savings Ass n "VSSiX QJVt I IV BKPAIKS or ararj kuovru make of Dlv I l!i atova, turuaue or rauifa. OKU. A. IJuU1lM, UflU iAwrvtuM tU iurer. 'i'uoua iii. .Oxford Hotel.. Denver, ue Blork from Union Depot Fire-proof. C.II.MOHtJE. Mtfr. DRAMATIC ART, ORATORY AND ELOCUTION PttyaJcttl Culture, Ineluilltig Fitulng Cleaves Schools of Expression Xm liTZ West. Wrlke for circular. Km djee P. Cle ivc, A. M., Dlroctor, McFhee building. Denver, Colo. Careless Money Senders. The Income of the British poateffir" from money In envelopes having no or Insufficient address la :iO,000 to $35,000 a day. Those Who Have Tried ! wfl! nse no other. Petianee ("old Water Starch has no equal in Quantity or Qual ity 16 oz. for 10 cents. Other brands con tain only 12 oz. Sad Plight of a Small Boy. A small boy was watching workman iay a compoHltlnn roof in Columbia, Mo., a few days ago when his bat blew off. In trying to recover It be Stepped on the composition and hln feet stuck. In struggling to release his feet he lost his balance and got his hands stuck la the composition. He was held a prison- on all fours until the workmen got turpentine anil dissolved the tar and pulled him loo-o. THE USE OF FORKS COMMODORE NICHOLSON OF OUR NAVY WAS NOT COMMON BEFORE 1815 Her Souvenir. This story was told on on ot iho yachts yesterday: "When Sir Tu --; camo over here the first time he brought a lot of handsome silverware and other valuable things on the Erin. Almost everybody who went to that yacht wanted a souvenir and took one. A young lady had to gra'.) o." hurriedly, and when she got homo phe found she had a pair of pajamas." New York Sun. A Mean Question. The other day a Journal, hitherto without a spot on its character, Inquir ed with well felgned Innocence, "How can five persons divide five eggs so that each man will receive ono and still one remain In the dish?" After several hundred people went two thirds distracted in the mazes of this proposition, the journal meanly says: "One takes the djsh with the egg." Name la Not Duplicated. Clarlnda, in Iowa. Is the only town of its name In the world, and was ichrlstened in honor of Miss Clarluda Buck, niece of Alexander M. Tlce, who lived there In 1851. before Its Incor poration. She was thon 22 years old and famous for her beauty of person and character. She afterward married 'and moved to Oregon, where she died twenty-five years ago. Mr., Itrrtgg She's Just crazy to irmrrv me. Mlaa Sweetly Naturally, aay girl would be. The secret of the popularity of Baxter" "Bullhead" 5-cent clear Is revealed In on word "Quality." People have had to buy fall clothlnir ever slnco Adam's time. Itia.lAlSL.. ASSAVS. gold ISIUoldaad dur.r... .11.00 lad 10 I Uoid,bUr.r,Odpp.r LAI iroiupl Uelura ou Mail s.utiM OtiDKN ARSAV COAIl'ANV 1736 Arapatioo Slrool, UKNVElt, UULOKAUQ E. E. BURLINGAME & CO., ASSAY OFFICE " laboratory Established in Color ado, 1866. Samples by mail or express will receive prompt and direful attention Gold &Silw Bullion oh pJ r'chas e"' Concentration Tests -100'r,r.rfcoV,lS.!oU- . 17 36-17 38 Lawrence St. . Dearer, Colo.. DRUNKENNESS CURED, $25 AVItES ONK DA UpF for iht- LIQUOB HABIT, a uuiirtuitt'tMl cu.e, no bad efftfta whatever, no time lost from biunnena; th cia Iiik for alrohollr Htlmu lants removed In iU honrn; abiti TOBACCO und CIG A HK'J'TK habit cured. Fur Information call or wrlto W. K. FORD, VttO WIIX1AH8 STH DKNVEB, OOLO. 1.'oTMvCK.coio. letvtnsi"- El 1 Mtaso' V BRQMO-SEITZER 10 CENTS anasAU. HEADACHES. CATARRH' HAY FEVER and COLD in the HEAl pc liti sly i lieved and CURED by this wninderfully . h::.nainB nntlaeptlc IlllTIaelUni Iprrlli ' Price 25 ond 50 eta. A.'H rour driiVkUt. Donavan's IVIexlcan Rheumatic. Cure 11ns no equal. Absolutely cltanset and pturlfles the Mood. Never ftdlliiff to eure m "ninmiriiu. In dorsed by the Aiuerh'Mn JourpKl of Ui iltlt t estl monlals hirnlahd on applh'.uion. Fbj by all IriufKUts, or umlled to any addrntH on . y of ne dollar. The Orient Keniedy Co., 1B11) 16th street, Penver, Colo. The Union Metallic Cartridge Co., BRIDGEPORT, CONN. Stands for Union Metallic Cartridges. It also stands (or uniform shooting and satls- k tactory results. Ask your dealer for U.M.C. ARROW and NITRO CLUB Smokeless Shot Shells. V FREE TO WOMEN i -o uruve ,u in u. i ii (. nun eleanslutf power of Faxtla i hi i" t Arfitlaeptie we will mall a large trial paekoKe with book of Instruction!! biutly free. This ianol a tiny sample, but a large uuekuge, euouuh to eon vinoe anyone of its value. Women all oer the country are praising Paitlne for what Kit naa uone in .i i . ..... I III. ! ii rl tm til inflammation and dinoharges, wonderful t a deauslnv vaginal douche, for sore throat, nanal tarrb. as a piouth woah and to remove turtar Mid whiten ibe loctb, Send today ; a poatai oaxd Hold by droaglaU or sent pnatpald by ne, 50 kauu, Urr bo. Hatlsfaotlou guaranteed. LtL4 at. I'AXTUN CO., Boatou. Jaaaa. 14 Uuluwbua Ave. a?y it P PAINfANGUISH 0 Amin'stering ANBELTHOU: Sold EvERYiifflffiE. Degrees for English Women. Two englishwomen have received from Heidelberg the first honorary degree of doctor of theology granted by a German university to a woman. They are twin sisters, Mrs. Agnes Smith Lewis and Mrs. Margaret Dun lop Gibson, who discovered tho Sln ttltlc palimpsest and have done impor tant work in Bible research. W. N. U. DKNVBH. NO. 3 103 Whan Answering Advartlaamanto Kindly Mantion Thl Papar. NORTH -SOUTH - EAST' WIST TU Wlhk riM WATtttPROOr IVCt CLOTHING tVtRYWNWt. The it A metcriolx billed worlunen and xvm mn tAfenme NtKnat TOWERi Olickeu 0b am' Hat3 feinou the worll oer Thy ait tak in bladi or jtllowfor all kinds of art work. mm in onus andewyariRtnt beamjtlie 3IGN Of i nc run is guyanaeg to mve sal isfactitn.AH relaMc dukrs seUthen. A. J. tOWtt Ca.W5IOH.MAS3L.UiA. ion caiwuim co,boni loraraout Contagious Disease. The common rontaglons diseases, tho causes of which are still unknown, are scarlet fever, measles, chicken pox, yellow fever and hydrophobia. One difficulty in experimental re search for the organisms which cause ncarlet fever, yellow fever and meas les Is i hat the animals are not suscep tible to them. Queen Elizabeth Had But Three Kept as Curiosities -Their Use Waa Considered Bad Form Minla ters Declared Them to Be Impious Inatrumenta. It seems strange that the use of .'orks began only with our easily re membered forefathers, that the Greeks and Romana did not know anything ot them, and that In the far Eastern coun tries their use is still unknown. Up to the Fifteenth Century they were known only in Italy. RUisabeth had three "forks" "garnished with gold slelghtly," and with "lyttle perles pen dant," but they were considered as cu riosities and never used. Indeed, In that era It was considered bad form and ministers contended that to use I hem was to insult God. What were our fingers for? In Thomas Coryates "Crudities," published originally In 1608, Is this: "I observed a custom In all those Italian cities and towns through which I passed that Is not used in any other country that 1 saw in my travels; neither do I think any other nation in Christendom doth use It, but only In Italy. The Italians, and also most strangers, do always at their meals use a little fork when they cut their meats. For while with their knife which they do hold in one hand, they cut the meat out of the dish, they fasten the fork, which they hold in the other hand, upon the same dish; bo whatso ever he be that, sitting in the company of others at meals, should inadvisedly touch the dish of meats with his fin gers, from which all the table do cut. he will give occasion to offense to all the company, as having transgressed the laws of good manners, in so much that for his error ho shall be at the lnast browbeaten, if not reprehended in words. This form of breeding. I under stand, is generally used In all places of Italy, their forks being for the most 1 part made of iron, Steele and some of silver; but these are usod only by gen tlemen. The reason for this curiosity Is because the Italian cannot by any means endure to have his meat touch ed with fingers, seeing that all men's lingers are not alike clean." Not until the middle of the Seven teenth Centniy did England's nobility !iegln the use of forks, but they came Into use slowly, and even In the early part of the Eighteenth Century gentle men who traveled carried a knife and fork, because the inns were not likely to have them. About 1815 forks be came quiti common in Europe and soon became to be considered general ly as a necessity. The Cooking Club. Recommends Pe-ru ent Men Commodore Somerville Nicholson, of the I United States Navy, in a letter from 1837 K Street, N. W., Washington, I. C, Bays: rour reruns naa oecn ana is now used by so many of my friends and acquaintances aa a sure cure for catarrh that I am convinced of its curative qualities and I unhesitatingly recommend It to all persona suffering from that complaint." S. Nicholson. United States Minister to Guatemala Endorses Pe-ru-na. Dr. W. Godfrey Hunter. U. S. Minister to Guatemala, ex-member ot Congress from Kentucky, in a letter from Washing ton, D. C, writes : "I am fully satisfied that your Peruna is an efficacious remedy for catarrh, as I and many of my friends have been bene fitted by its use." W. G. Hunter, M. D. Member of Congress From Virginia Writes. Hon. G. R. Brown, Martinville, Va., ex-member of Congress Fifth District, SOtb Congress, writes : "I cheerfully give my endorsement to your Peruna as a cure for catarrh. Its beneficial results have been so fully dem onstrated that its use is essential to all persons suffering from that disease." Hon. G. R. Brown. The day was when men of prominence hesitated to give their testimemals 10 pro prietary medicines for publication. This remains true to-day of most proprietary medicines. But Peruna has become so justly famous, its merits are known to so many people of high and low stations, that no one hesitates to see his name in print recommending Peruna. The highest men in our nation have given Peruna a strong endorsement. Men representing all classes and stations are equally represented. na Other Promln. Testify. JVi'chohoh If you do not derive prompt and satisfac tory results from the use of Peruna, writo at once to Dr. Hartman, giving a full state ment of yonr case, and he will be pleased to give you his valuable advice gratis. Address Dr. Hartman, President of The Hartman Sanitarium, Columbus, Ohio. Most Crowded Spot. The most crowded spot on the globe, at certain hours of the day. is the nelghboi'hod of the City Hall park in New York. The Brooklyn bridge ends there, as well as one of the ele vated roads, the subway now in con struction, other projected subwiiys and many lines Oi street cars. AUTOMOBILE HARVESTER. , The Time to Die. That a great majority of all deaths occur be.v.een 1 and 8 o'clock a. m. was shown by the record of 5,000 cases presented to the British Medical association by Dr. Havlland. Forty per cent more deaths occur In the fifth hour of the morning than in ,the tenth hour. Ballooning. Modern ballooning, by universal consent, dates from 1783, when the Montgolftere, two brothers, made their first ascent in France. They used hydrogen gas, which Cavendish in liCC had discovered was only about one-seventh the weight of air. That Exiled Whisky. Kentucky is sending 20,000 barrels of whisky to Europe to mature. It would not seem necessary to send it so far and yet It has to go a long way from Kentucky if It ever hopes to reach old age. New York Mall and Express. Cuta a Swath Thirty-Six Feet Wide, Threshing the Grain. The largest automobile ever built Is a harvester and "auto" combined and Is used In southern California. It is equal to sixty horses and goes at th, rate of three and a half miles an hour, mowing a pwath thirty-six feet wide, putting up the grain in finished shape, threshing, etc. The machine is sixty feet long and thirty feet wide. The motive power Is furnished by oil. It is such an expen sive "harvest hand" that fmc farmer, of course cannot own it alone, but it is the property of a company and goes from ono farm to another. Eight 'men are required to run It. As the machine starts off the grain begins falling in sacks on the opposite side from where ;t Is cut and the Ibtraw drops Into a cart behind. Three machines sent to Russia for work on the steppes were delayed in China and captured by the Boxers. There they remained for a couple of years, but they arc now lu Russia, and considered an American wonder. Washington Star. COST OF PUBLIC KISSES. They Turpentine. On an average a pine tree will yield turpentine for about five years, and r.ftor that time it Is cut down and sent to the sawmill, the previous "boxing" for turpentine in nowise Injuring its altie for lumber. Wild Sheep. In Europe there Is only one specie? of wild sheep. It is known as tha moufflon, and It Inhabits the moun tains of Corsica and Sardinia, where moufflon stalking Is a favorite autumn pastime. Are Somewhat Expensive In Russia and Italy. Kisses are actionable In southern Russia, but the many cases before the local magistrate prove that the little god of love defies law as well as lock smiths. A kiss In the stret car costs the Indiscreet osculator a fine of J.I. To embrace on"'s fiancee In public is a privilege valued at $2.40. A declara tion of a "great passion" by postal card Is subject to a fine of $2.40. The public must be protected and the disturbing influence of such sights is assessed at a figure calculated to dis courage youthful Impetuosity. At Milan, Italy, 721 couples paid last year the fine of 6 lire (about 11.20) for hav ing braved the contentions and kissed each other in public places. W. L. DOUCLAS 3.&3 SHOES mage! You ean save from $3 to $3 yearly by wearing W. L. Douglas $3.50 or $3 shoes. Tliey equal those that have been coal ing yon 'it mi 94.00 to $8.00. The Im mense sale of W. h. Douglas shoe proves thair superiority over all other makes. Sold by retail shoe dealers everywhere. Look for name aud prloe on bottom . That Doug la u .. for oeaiolt pror tBr ts valat la Uoaglan ho. t'oreaa I the hlghimt grade Pt. leather mad. Fait Cvlor kvtteli ut&il. Our 14 Oitt t.dj Lhnn annot bt taualliid at anu pile. Kki I,, wall, s& real eitra. Illutrat4 Catalog fres, W. h. VOl I. LA. Broi ktou, Waterways In Canada. Canada has spent nearly $100,000, 000 on Its waterways and Is well sat isfied with the bargain. A proportion ate expenditure In tho United States would be $1,000,000,000. A Guaranteed Cure for Piles. Ttching, blind, bleeding or protruding Piles positively cured or money refunded. ALLEN'vi DISCOVERY for PILES, a new discovery that absolutely cures all kinds of Piles. Prepared for Piles only. All Drug Stores, 50c. Sent by mail on receipt of price. Address Lock Box 852, Le Roy, N. Y. Case of Crucifixion. In Kiating, China, a man was recent ly executed by being nailed to a wood en cross. He lived three days before be succumbed to hlo tortureB. Highest Railway. The Jungfrau railway in Switzer land has now reached the Eigerwand, at an altitude of about 12,000 feel above sea level. The Antarctic. The unexplored antarctic region, which equals Europe In size, is the largest unexplored area In th 7orld. If Eve's mother had been around Adam would have been blamed for that apple business. Why it Is the Best la because made by an entirely different process. Deflanc Starch 1 unlike any other, better and una-third more for 10 sent Tencher Willie, whut would be the Arm thing to do if a hoy should be aunutrick .' Willie Let him stuv home from school. Smoke Baxter's "Bullhead" B-cpt cigar. "Why do people call Fuatboy u sood fel low?" "Because he 1 icood for iiothlnx ." "Were you oul driving yesterday?'' Mr. Wlnalow' olblug gyrnp. nr rhlldreu teething, oflQH tue gum, reluca la- fl:uuilluu,llv jilu,uure wind cullc.'&i a The proverb about leading a horse to water, but not being able to make blm drink, reminds us how euay It U lo drive it man to drink. A em!! ot eatlafactlon aoea with on of Baxter'a "Bullhead" t cent clgare. women uwn iana. . ,d ,h , s, ThomiiH , .. One sl;.th of the l.nd owners Is hom sober because he couldn't Ufa tli 3real Britain are women. ORDER BY MAIL AND SAVE MONEY We have every facility for promptly and satis factorily serving our out-of-tewn patrons through the Mail Order Department of a this, the largest Depart ment Store in the great West. Our stocks embrace good goods of most every kind wearables for men, women and children ' of every nature, and all that is needed in home furnishings. Our stock repre sents over $2,000,000 all new, all up to date, all reliable. Send address for onr new Fall and Winter Catalogue. THE DENVER DRY GOODS CO. Denver, Colorado Wc Pay Express op Freight on Many Lines Vmcmsm REPEATING RIFLES No matter wnat your preferences are about a rifle,. some one of the eight different Winchester models' will suit you. Winchester Rifles are made in calibers suita ble for shooting any game, from rabbits to grizzly bears. and in many styles and weights. whichever model youj select, you can count on its being well made and finished, reliable in action and a strong, accurate shooter. FREE: Oar 160-paqc illustrated cjtMoqee. WINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS CO. NEW HAVEN, CONN. THERE'S NO USE ARGUING I Ddknc Starch b th vary bait Standi auda. h (act JLVa Hundttds wfl tottfy to B. r M Be1 Try a one yourxli. bJbbbP Wc guarantee Mlhltraan or money back. ML ?V You can'i km. wfrafawNrSf Dcfknct Surd) ki laokittly free from dianfcal. BKpSpSV. h nuke Liu clothe look beautmj and viS not rat them. BBHBnmP Gel It oi your grocer. n&aWWianL 16 ounces for 10 cogjotu-tblra toorr than fjU XWSSHmtSlk you gat any ether brand. tBSBaamHLaaaaTalB America's cup. Hereford and Shorthorn Bulls both leglkUretl uul hll gnul; ftiao ruo-hri UfciVN lor Mtie. AUIi-m, l iiK WUSTEKN HlvKh l Kkib' AtttiOClATlUiN, A. J. uolUwutl, tiuuttrui Mu Mtfr, LiUuLthHk kuidi, Deuvwr, (JoloraUu. ft al-i--t.'.lilislIICa NO PAY TILL CURED PILES to .aifllBRR Dr. J. P. Bowr-rtt flHBBPBMB nt hurt t. bU.. Denver, Jtilo. oured without th knit. Tim ino-i pvrltwt tusthud ml r W of tlolortulti u rft ft r tuy tr-j U0 UX. I ollbiil - .rlThoMptM'a fcyi Wafer