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WATERBURY EVENING DEMOCRAT, THURSDAY; , JULY 23, 1903. J NEWS y FROM THE SUBURBAN TOWNS i M UGATUCK NUGGETS.' Notice of Appeal Qiven In Proposed Layout of Central Avenue. . James E. Sweeney and the heirs of the late Catherine Johnson have filed notice of appeal from the proposed new , layout of Central avenue which was , adopted by, the warden and burgesses Tuesday evening. Officer Malone Is doing duty days now -while Chief-of -Police Schmidt is on his vacation. .Edward Walsh of Meadow street is visiting relatives In Colchester. John Hollister, aged 10 years, was committed to the county home at New Haven by Judge Hungerford yesterday afternoon ; "William Chevalier, who has i been pursuing 'a course of ' engineering at Boston, has returned to this borough. Ninety-five tax liens have been re corded against as many delinquent tax payers on the list of 1901. " Amannamed Daly was taken into custody last night on a charge of abus ing his wife, if all reports are true whipping post would be the proper pun ishment for such offenders. 'v A large number from this town went on. the excursion to Newport this morn ing. The excursiorrv'train was crowd- ,M. V. ' - t :: '" ) ' N .Th9 flag on St Francis's parochial school I at half-mast and the staff 'draped in mourning in respect to late jope Leo XIII. Fred Coy of Boston is spending a iwo weeks vacation with relatives in ; fown. ' ,, . , I WATERVILLE TALK J? Miss Edith' Farrow has gone on a toonth's vacation to. spend It in -the country. . -.' '-. :'- ."?. -, The Ladles', Aid society of Grace M. E. church are making extensive ' pre parations for the ; fair to be held In Good Will hall on October 14 and 15. e' David. Sprague and family have re turned fromf their vacation, spent at Savin Rock. . . t ' Miss Helen Jackson has resigned her position in the watch 6hop and taken one In the Welch hosiery. ,-McDonald of Hudson, N. Y., are guests of Mr' and Mrs Fred ,Snyder on Main Street. ' ,. - f. The Watervllle A. C. will meet to .might t or election of officers and other important business. "x Rev J. J. Mofflt will lead prayer sineetlng to-morrow night at the Grace JM. E. church. - Mrs. Edward GrHley has gone to the ' . rBerkshire hills for a month's vacation, c Miss Leah Gates is visiting friends t Indian Neck. , "Amos Simons has taken a position Swith Rasmussen, the milk dealer. Dajld Hubbel has gone to Savin -Rock for! his summer vacation. John Ford is 111 at his home on Faber riavenue. s ' ;. -:.,., ;:... f,- f , Frank McConnell has gone to Che hire to spend a week. ;: CHOLERA INFANTUM. t This has long been regarded as one of the most dangerous and fatal dis eases to which infants are subjest. It ,an be cured; however, when properly treated. All that is necessary is to -give Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and castor oil, as 'directed with each bottle, and a cure la- certain. For sale by all druggists. EXPANDING HAVANA. . 2 Since the American occupation, and especially 'within 'the last year, a new and constantly expanding Havana has . eud'd'enly sprung into existence. The old Malecon or sea wall at the en trance to the harbor has been' strength ened, and thoroughly renovated; quaint, medieval little Spanish forts .no longer exist, and: round' about the ".historic Punta Battery, where horses used to be "washed! in the salt water, s 'there extends a beautiful marine park, ' with stately approaches and avenues. i ' Those who sigh forNthe good old Spanish days are indeed having a hard time, as the city engineers in charge of municipal Improvements show scant regard for sentimental considerations. an Instance of this 'being the leveling , of the picturesque relics of the original ' city walls, overhung by vines. Every where in havana these engineers are 'supervising the work of tearing up -the principal thoroughfares, laying new .-mains and pipes,' and Inaugurating a , incompletely modern system of sewer sage. In this upheval there need be no fear of sickness from foul odors, as the sanitary department has its army of Intelligently directed employes ready at a moment's notice to pour disinfect ants into any spot likely to breed dis ease. . Turn whereone may In Havana, one perceives the old rapidly giving way to the. new. The statue of Ferdinand VII. the Imbecile George III. of Spain, still graces the center of the Plaza de Armas park in front of the beautiful palace, but his serene image, destined according to the Latin inscription to remain there forever, is contemptu j iiBly tolerated in "the ever faithful f "Isle "In Cuba." The common people freely throng through the covered arch way of the palace (now the president ial house) over a new cement pavement , a marked contrast to the days of the haughty captain-generals when onto the viceregal body-guard of cavalry might clatter over the' cobblestones of .that same archway. The principal streets and avenues of iTavana are . brilliantly lighted by electricity. ,The electric lines, already many, promise, in the near future, to be extended o as to include every Im portant business center, and will even rrun miles out. to the most favored of navana'S summer resorts.--Boston Transcript- WATERTOWN JOTTINGS Sailor Laddie from the Good Ship Mas sachusetts in Town. v The annual picnic of St John's Sun day school children and teachers to.ok place at Lake Quassapaug to-day. Nearly all went over in 'buses or pri vate teams, but a few rode over on bi cycles. ' James Finnan, a sailor from the ship Massachusetts, was In town yesterday. Among the small boys he' caused great excitement, as many had never before seen a tar. A drill meeting of the firemen will take place to-morrow evening. An alarm will be rung in and it is expected that a larger number will be in attend ance than at former drills. , N. B. Miller and family have gone to Rutherford, N. Y., to spend a few days with Mrs Miller's brother. v The grange will hold the regular meeting this evening. Theodore Bronson Is spending his va cation at the seashore. Michael Hanning and James Collins have returned from the Adirondack mountains, where they have been spending a short vacation. The Methodist church base ball team will play a team from the east side on Saturday vat the fair grounds. Mr and Mrs James Loveland are vis iting friends in Burlington. OAKVILLE JAPPENINGS Electric Lights Fall to Shine People Do Not Like Darkness. The electric lights on the main road from the pin shop to the postoffice, and also some on Knob hill, have not been working for over a week. t They are very much 'missed by the public, and people corqplain that those "who should see that they are mended do not do so. William Murtha, ' Allie Adams and George Hoffman have gone to Savin Rock to enjoy a few days' vacation with other Oakville fellows who are camping there. , " ' Clifford Leaves, formerly employed by Mr StoHghton, the" toolmaker, is working for the Balrd Machine Co. Louis .B. Newton of West Haven a former resident of this locality, and after whom is named, that part of Oak ville known as Newton Heights (he was the owner of It all not many years ago), is the guest of -Mr Eggleston. . HOW, OXEN ARB SHOD. In Texas there are oxen used to some extent, but as the roads are comparatively soft there Is no neces sity of having them shod. Possibly some Texan owners would ridicule the Idea of shod oxen, yet there Is aysale for shoes or "plates," as they are call ed, which is no inconsiderable item in the annual sales of hardware houses having dealings with the mountain people. Mountain roads are usually creek beds, selected for the ieason that they are nearer level than the sur rounding abutting or overhanging coun- try. Hence to be available for, use, mountain oxen must be shod. , The process is at . once Interesting, instructive and dangerous. First the ox Is roped about either his fore or hind legs, then the remaining pair of legs are roped and the loose end of the rope pulled through the opposite loop. The act pulls the feet of the ox into a bunch and he falls to the ground, a bellowing, squirming, thrashing mountain of extremely lively beef. When he has subsided to some ex tent the 'sboers" proceed to drive a couple of stakes, notched at the top at either end of the animal. Previous ly they have selected as the proper spot to throw him a convenient stump with exposed roots. Under1 one of these roots is thrust a rail or pole, resting it across the neck of the ani mal:: . Others elevate the loops binding his hoofs to the notches of the stakes and with feet In the air, the order of things reversed,' as it were, the brute is shod very much as a horse might be. One of the plates is fitted and nailed on either side of the cloven hoof and the process of shaping the plate is omitted. Occasionally the ox will thrash about and yank out a stake, cracking a mountain skull with it. ' Sometimes he will rise In his an ger and deposit his weight upon one who seeks to shoe him; sometimes he will dig a hole in the mountain side with his horn, but at last science overcomes brute strength and the shoe ing is complete. ' . . When the ox is permitted to arise he is to all "appearances and to all effects as drunk as If he had been per suaded to imbibe a gAllon of moon shine whiskey. He is a shamed and stricken ox, and the glory of his strength has passed from him, as did that of Samson when the clippers of Delilah rendered his head as a bil liard ball. The sickness lasts for some daya, but it is never fatal. It is slm-ply-.nother little penalty the patient ox endures for being what he is. Chicago .Tribune.. . The . Mntrazine System. "I thought you told me the Slammer Magazine had got your photograph to publish in its series of 'Men of To-morrow,' " said the envious rival to the successful author. "Huh. If they defer printing it like they do the poetry they accept it won't come out until they will have to run it under a head of 'Men of Day Before Yes terday." " Chicago Tribune. Easily Accomplished. "I'd like to be popular out here,' said the millionaire from tke east. "Wall, pard," drawled Amber Pete, "if you want the, boys to think you are any good you must kill your man." "That so? All right I'll have my chauffeur let me run my automobile." Chicago Dally News. , Rather the Opposite. , A shady character doesn't always keep a man cool.-Chicago Dally News., MANCHURIAN PORTS. Washington Is Surprised at the Ac tion of China. WASHINGTON, July 23. Inasmuch as the" Chinese government very re cently has expressed its willingness to yield to the desires of the United States for open ports In Manchuria, the J officials here are at a loss to under stand the communication sent by Prince Chlng to, Minister Conger re fusing this concession. They; have re ceived no advices on the subject, The importance of the communica tion, if it accurately reflects the atti tude of the Chinese government, is ful ly realized in Washington. However, impressed with the heretofore express ed willingness of China to "open Man churlan ports, re-enforced by the as surances grven to this government by Russia along the same lines, the offi cials continue firm in their belief that the situation ultimately will be clari fied and the efforts of the United States be rewarded. In some quarters the objections urged to the opening of ports in Prince Cblng's communication are regarded as a mere, diplomatic quibble designed perhaps to placate Russia. No matter what fresh obstacle may intervene our government, firm in the conviction that the principle of the open door in China 'j snouia De enjoyea Dy an nations, win continue to exert its Influence in that direction. China Refoaes to Open Ports. PEKING, July 23. Prince Chlng, the president of the foreign office, has writ ten to United States Minister Conger refusing to open towns in Manchuria. In his letter he dwells upon the impos sibility of China opening to foreigpers towns which are not in her possession, but .which are held by Manchurian troops, and points out that complica tions would be likely to follow. It is believed here, however, that a com promise will be reached by including one town Tatungkao in the new com mercial treaty. REPORT ON RIOT. Commission to - Trinidad Reeom mends Thorough Reorganisation. PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad, July 23. --The report of the commission of In quiry which has been investigating the riot which occurred here, during which the 'government building was burned and a number of persons were killed, bas been published. v ' " , - It recommends the Immediate prose cution of the rioters and those who In cited the rioting, a thorough reorgani sation of the v police force, the reconsid eration of the waterworks ordinance by a select committee, the introduction of J legislation treating with press offenses, the prohibition of the gathering of crowds in the immediate neighborhood of the legislative building, during .sit-; tings and strict control over the selling ' and carrying of arms and ammunition. The report also considers that the ac tion of the police in firing on the rioters was amply Justified, but condemns them for their treatment of two or perhaps three persons who were brutally bay oneted. Was It Aeeldent or Suicide f BOSTON, July 28. -With1 a double barreled shotgun, Andrew Cuneo, fifty--" nine years of age, a prosperous Italian of the north end,- either accidentally killed himself or committed suicide at his home. Mr. Cuneo was getting ready to go down east on a shooting trip. This is taken to support the theory of accidental' shooting, but the man's daughter says he had been despondent over business troubles. , The Geography oC the Seas. . COPENHAGEN, July 23, Exten Bive preparations are being made ' f o the sessions of the permanent inter national geodetic commission which will begin Aug. 4. Delegates . from nearly all the twenty-one countries composing the commission will be pres ent. The Danish government has ap propriated ample funds, and numerous entertainments are being arranged. ' , Cummin Held For Grand Jnry. ' NEWBURG, N. Y., July 23. Joseph W. Cummin, who wrecked the Corn wall State bank by the defalcation &f $45,000, was arraigned before Justice H. W. Chadeayne at Cornwall on the charge of grand larceny. Ha waived examination and was held for the grand Jury. FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL. Closlna- Stock Quotations. Money on call nominally at 22 per cent. Prime mercantile paper, BMS6 per cent. Exchanges. $217,452,401; balances, $3,704,407. Closing prices: Amal. Copper... 45 N. Y. Central... 118 AtcftfBon 64Vi Norf. ft West... 63 Brooklyn R. T. 47 Reading 49 C. .C..C. & 8t. Li. 77 Rock Island a&Va Ches. & Ohio... 33tt St. Paul 141 V4 Chi. & Northw. 162 Southern Pac... 45 D. & H 1C8 Southern Ry.... 21 Brie v.. 80 South. Ry. pf... 86 Gen. Electric... 168 Sugar .... ....114 Illinois Cen..... 10 Texas Pacific .. 36 Lackawanna.... 240 tlnlon Pacific .. 70 Louis. & If ash.. 106 U. S. Steel...... 2S Manhattan 183 U. S. Steel pf... 71 Metropolitan.... 117 West. Union ... 83 Mo. Pac 977$ I New Torlc Markets. FLOUR Steadier, with a moderate de mand; Minnesota patents, $4.404.63; win ter straights, $3.503.86; winter extras, $2.90 i0; winter patents, M.90p4.80. WHEAT Irregular, but generally firm on adverse crop news and higher cables : September, 81681 6i6c. ; December, 81 81o. RYE Quiet; state, 5859c, c. 1. f., New York: No. 2 western. &8o., t. o. b., afloat. CORN Advanced on light receipts, steady cables, good chipping demand West and covering; September, 68c. ; Decem ber, 5656c, OATS Higher with corn; track, white, state, 40047c. ; track, white, 'western, . 40 PORK Dull; mess, $16.6017.25; family, $17.6018. LARD Steady;, prime western steam, 8.10c. BUTTER Steady; state dairy, 1418c.: extra creamery, 20c. EGGS Steady; state and Pennsylvania firsts to extras, 1718c. ; western extras, SUGAR Raw Arm: fair refining, 3 8-16c. ; centrifugal, 96 test, 8 11 -16c: refined firm; crushed. 6.60c.: powdered, 5.10c. . TURPENTINE Firm at B2G2c. RIGID Firm; domestic, 46c; Japan nominal. TALLOW Quiet; city, 44c; coun try, 44c. HAY Dull; shipping, 8085c.; good to Choice, $1.101.15. Live Stock Market. . CATTLE Market steady; choice. $5.25 5.40; prime. $4.90(&5.10; good, $4.604.85; ve cwvea, mtm.w. . HOGS Market higher; prime heavies, $5.b5((f5.90; mediums. $6.1&6.25; . heavy Yorkers, $6.256.30; light Yorkers, $6.40 6.50; roughs, $4(&5. NHEEP AND LAMBS Market: steady; best wethers. i4.604.5! culls and 'Com mon, $1.502.25; yearlings, $35. DEATH AT PATERSOK Tornado Sweeps City Four Killed, a Hundred Injured. WIDESPREAD DAMAGE TO BUILDINGS Main Street House Collapsed, Cans lav Death of One Man and Bury-ina- Others, Who Were pnT Out Badly Injured. PATERSON, N. July 23.r-A terrif fc tornado has visited this city. During the Btorm, which lasted about 'three minutes, two men were killed andat least threescore Injured. One house was blown over, more than a score ot buildings were unroofed,; and - havoc was done to trees, fences, signs' and awnings. The store? came from the northwest, accompanied by heavy rain. The wind blew with the force of a hur ricane. ' , At 780 Main, street half a dozen men were at work ;' Jacking up a house. When the tornado struck this building it collapsed. T Joseph Van Dam was buried under the wreckage and instant ly killed. Four other men were caught, but were dug out alive, though uncon scious. They are suffering from severe scalp wounds and are not in condition to give their names. Two other men who were' injured in other parts of the city were treated at the hospital. Thomas Hancock, eight years old, was struck by a piece of shafting blown from a wrecked laundry build ing, which completely severed his head from his body. ' -v At St Joseph's hospital the patients were thrown into a panic. Big trees in the grounds around the hospital were blown down, the windows were smashed and the awning's carried off. Through out the path of the tornado similar damage was done. . s w ' ' ' Mere Superstition. Customer (angrily) You said that hair restorer you sold me a couple of weeks ago would work , like a charm, and it didn't do any good at all. Drugglstr-But, my dear Bir; no one in this enlightened age believes in the efficiency, of, charms. Chicago Daily; News, ; . -; . 0 ; He Had TT Reason. 'Oh, John! J' Ydu never used such lan guage in my presence before wa were married.. ' "Of course not. I didn't haye to pay your dressmaker's bills then." Chica go American. - ; , In the Academy of Art. Tiresome FriendGot anything , ia the academy? ." ,v' Eminent Artistj (peevishly) Yes "Good! What do you call it?" f , "A headache" London Sketch, , , - it -, " .- Not Quite the Saute. . Friend I suppose , your wife still thinks you. are a treasure? Benedict No a treasury. Strayj stories.' ' T. GENERAL CLAY DEAD. Sasre ot White Hall Dies at the Ae of Ninety-three., , : LOtJISVILLEr Ky., July 23. A tele phone message from Richmond, .- Ky., says that Hon. Cassius M: Clay, the Sage of White Hall, former minister to Russia and a widely known Kentuck lan, died, at his home at White Hall at fi?1(V lasr nio-ht." ' - :".' The physician who had been attend- ing the aged "Sage of -White Hall" since the courtadjudged him of un sound mind notified General Clay's children that their father had only a few hours to live. All of the 'children except one drove to White Hall, and, forcing their way past the general's bodyguard, who was guarding the man sion with drawn revolver, . they enterv ed their 'father's room, but he refused to notice them. , . V This; was the first time any of the children had been in tho mansion or had seen their father for years, and it was only ' because the old man's fire arms, had been removed that they dared to enter, as General Clay had threatened to kill any one who entered without his permission. General Clay was a son of General Green Clay, who figured prominently in the ' war of 1812, and was born in Madison county, Ky., on Oct. 19f 1810. : a. - . -u . . " -. CASTORIA For Infants and CMldreik The Kind You Have Always Bought 1 He Union Supply Co l Z South Main St. Telephone J 62-5 Naugatuck Delivery Tuesday and Friday. Waterville Delivery Monday. FOUR GREAT C01BINATI Good For the Week. Bears the , Blgnatnra of C from the Bloitl of the StXai to the iMoutK of the Missis ice sippi And At . Every Mouth Between, Hires Rootbeer la known and ap-' f predated as the most cooling, re- freshing and healthful of beverages ' for hot weather. . Rootbeer Is the national temperance bever- : age. Everyone drinks it, - every ' one likes it. ' . ' "."- A package makes five gallons. Sold ' ' everywhere, or .nt by mall or 86 oenta. Bookie free Beware of Imitations. ' :r. CHARLES E. HIRES CO, Malvern, Pa. , . A Shorter Work- ay si: - .Ml LA ' 1 Vvhtz :&v For Women If every Housewife knew the labor-saving, time-saving, money-saying '.features of the demand could not be supplied. It lifts a load of work and worry from household duties. Just a sift of it in the dish water, wash-tub, sinks, drains, toilets,' scrub-water, etc., will save half the drudgery and make cleanliness include , perfect whqlesotneness. It removes dirt that you can t 1 see dirt that Is dangerous t kills germs, and. microbes, and is the greatest house-cleaner a woman can use. .. Sold m patent sifting top. cansVwhich makes it very convenient.. H At all dealers. 1? 1 tmMr f At an dealers. P'w ' O. TOMSON Sl OO.a " lz s ItflSI Philadelphia. T4l -w, U " - ... ..... Ermteml . ' i 1 ' ' . 1,1 , r m" Taste Alike 'Jk' ' . Cost "' ' ' The ..makers keep - WzMk , ifeHBP; the quality up, - f&4:; - : 1 The quality keeps , ; ' m0i' ' V- the price up. ; ' ; . f ' The Largest SellingV ' JSi " fm:- -, . .Brand, of Cigars. .: ' ". :'. i Free, $30 worth, 300, green trading e tamps with the following order at $1.00. . ' -, 1 lb Gold Medal Coffee. ....... .'. . 35c 1 lb new crop Tea . ..V.. .i..... ;.60c 1 lb Baking Powder i. ....... . . . . .45c 4 lbs Prunes 25c lb Borax . . . . . .'. .......... ... ,15c 1 lb Baking Soda ............... 10c Free, $30 worth, 300,' green trading stamps with the above order at $1.90, Free, $10 worth, ,100, green trading tamps with the following order at 88c: 1 bottle Horseradish . .. . . . 10c 1 bottle1 Olives , ... ; . . . . . . . . . . . .25c 2 boxes Matches ...10c 1 box Dried Beef . ... . . . . : .10c 1 box Shredded Cod . . , . . . . . . . .10c lb Baking Powder..... . . . ..... . .23c Free, $10 worth, 100, green trading stamps with the above order at 88c. , Free, $5 worth, 50, green trading stamps with the f ollowing order at 42c ''''' ;" .,-'. ' . . v'.'.i 1 can Clam Chowder ..12c 1 bottle Extract 1 bottle Ammonia 1 lb' Baking Soda ....... .10c 4 lOc lOe Free, $5 worth, CO, green ' trading stamps with the above order at 42c. Free, . $20 worth, 20d green trading stamps .with the following order ; at 1 S7 : ". ".'..V ; ' r-' 1 bottle Country Club Catsup ....18c 1 box Little Liver Pills ....... ... . .25e 1 lb Prunes ..................... ,10c Hv Pepper fie .lb Tea ...80c 2 bag's Salt .10c 1 box Baking Soda . . . . ; . .'. ; . ... , . .. io.c gallon Ammonia . . . . . . , , . . . .25e Free, $20 worth, "200 green trading stamps with the above order at $1 37. Watch For our Friday Night's Adv. WHEN YOUR FEET " Get so sore you can not . walki huy a' bottle of. GHAitflEl ..'.'.Dili Of your Druggist and Cure Them. Wagons G i veil Free For 70 Ozone Soap trade marks. Ozone Starch and Ozone Washing Pow der trade marks, all count the same for A PltETTT AND USEFUL WAGON. Brass CityCycle Works P. P. VALOIS, Prop. ........... f , ; r - . . 202 South Main1 st, Waterbury, Conn. All first class' stores eell the Ozone goods. ' , Send for 32-page Premium Book. ' Horse Sboeing ' AND GENERAL DRepajrif ' DOHB IN FIRST CLASS SHAPE E.NiBlakeslee's x6o Meadow Street. EUWAHD 5. FLAHI6AN. uuiiiittiiiur Carpenter ft D 651 NORTH RIVERSIDE STREET. Ladles' Tailored Garments It is not necessar; . to go to New Xork for the latest creations and new est designs in tailored suits and riding habits. Order tailor-made suits of ' F. BUCK, 270 KortU Main St, I am better prepared than ever td pleases my large number of customers , DIRECTORY OF RELIABLE SPECIALISTS IN WATERBURY. t FOR SALE - As a' result of a business change a two-family house with all lmprore menta is for iaalel JAMES A. PEAS-, LET, 51 Leavenworth street. y TOBACCONIST. v , Fitting up and repairing pool tables end pipes a specialty, f EDWARD A. FERRILL, 823 Bank St. PARROTS, - - rabers (bird store. .. . . . ; " 't - HALF PBICE TAII0E JOHN MOSEL, ' " 7 1 24 Abbott avenue. Repairing; cleaning and pressing la dies' and gents' garments. ; ' RESTATJEAHTS CALLENDAR BROS, ' 138 South Main street V -: ' -l- G A EIDYAED ; : I ' , v Tinning and Plumbing. IRON HITOHINQ POSTS $2 and 465 East Main, Waterbury, Conn, H0ESESH0EES . W. M. DOYLE, 25 Jefferson street. ARCHITECTS FRENET & JACKSON, Room 80, 51 Leavenworth st From 43 E. Main st LEONARD ASHEIM . . , ; Room 25, Lewis building. Bank st. FUNERAL DIEECTOES . J. H. ilJRAY & CO. 285 North Main street Funeral Undertakers. Telephono daf or night - SIGN ARTISTS ED OCKELS, 11 Spring street ' Up-to-date Sign Work. " LADIES TAILORS ; FRANK DE FEO, formerly with Reld & Hughes, 70 Bank st Telephone. How It Spreads s Can't keep a "good thing:" 'down. Ever notice howt "good things" are imitated? Better, the article more the imitators. , How they will try to attach the success of merit, - Hang on behind and reap all the benefit they can. . , , " , Jiortunately the public have a safeguard. DOAN'SKidney Tills have been imitated, Sut you cannot imitate ,the praise of them And true praise takes root and spreads. ' iThere are different kinds of praise, too.; There's the kind you cannot prove corrett. It comes from strangers living in far away places. That's not the kind we ask you to believe, , The praise for DOAN'S Kidney Pills t Comes from people you know, friends and .citizens, From .Waterbury people here's a case of it : ' Patrick McAvoy of No 84 French street says: I had'iv ache for some time caused by lifting while at my work. I did '.... pay much attention to it at first, but It continued to grow worse ami bothered me a great deal. I concluded my kidneys must be out of order and seeing Doan's Kidney Pills recommended so highly I got -a box at H. W, Lake's drug store. They did everything expected ofv them.' -I had no trouble. of any kind after. I stopped the treatment Should a recurrence take place I know now what to do.,? 'All 'druggists sell DOAN'S Kidney Pills, Remember the name DOAN'S and take no substitute. Price so cents per box. Foster-MIi!?rn Co, Buffalo, N. Sole Prop's. . , ; . . . '