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often distorted, crooked limbs, while others have intervals of freedom, during which they live in constant fear and dread of the next RHEUMifflSMS Rheumatism does more than any other dis ease to rob life of pleasure and comfort.. It is so painful and far-reaching in its effects on the system that those afflicted with it find themselves utterly unable to enjoy bodily comfort or any of the pleasures of life. Some are bound hand and foot and suffer constantly with excruciating pains, swollen, ... T Vlflfl r,fn tmnMMl miflt P tiontnatiotn ttr tmn years, had been under the treatment of physi cians, and tried everything recommended to me, but all to no avail. My knee and elbow joints were so stilt that I could not use tbem. I was un able to do my household work, and was truly in a attack, when, at the least ex- pitiable condition. S. S. S. cured me after using posure to damp weather, or t for awhile, and I unhesitatingly give it the Blicht irreeularitv of any credit it so much deserves. kbd,the dlease will return3. Sta. A., E. Liverpool, O. Mrs. M. A. Decker. The cause of Rheumatism is a sour, acid condition of the blood, produced by food lying undigested in the stomach, poor bowel action, weak kidney9 and a general sluggish condition of the system. External applications, such as liniments, oils, plasters, etc., do not reach the cause and can only give tem porary relief. 1 he blood must be cleansed and puri fied before a cure can be had. S. S. S. attacks the disease in the right way it neutralizes the poison and filters out every particle of it from the blood, stimulates the sluggish organs and clears the sys tem of all foreign matter. It cures the disease permanently and safely because it contains no harmful minerals to derange the stomach and diges tion. Bok on Rheumatism and any advice you wish, without charge. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA. GA Last of the Mohicans. When the days are cool and clear the tuberculosis patients on North Brother Island wrap themselves In the blue blankets furnished by the city and sit in the open air for a sun bath. A short time ago, says the New York Sun, the health commissioner conducted a party of peace delegates to the island. They were from Eng land, and had soon pictures of tho North American Indian. "How interesting!" remarked one visitor, as the bont was about to laud. "See how peacefully Ihcy sit. Are they the last of the Mohicans?" A tiny, chocolate coated tonic laxa tive stomach tablet, that gives VIGOR and health to the STOMACH, LIVER and BOWELS, thereby .'.uring- Slck Headaches rllllionsncs.s Sallow Complexion Torpid Liver Dyspepsia Jaundice Indigestion Ilcnrtliurn Loss of Appetite Pimple Sour Stomaeh Dizziness Nausea oul Breath Take only one "VIGORET" at bed time and they will move the bowels gently, yet thoroughly each day and permanently cure CHRONIC CONSTIPATION They cool, clcunso and purify tliu blood and are sold by all druggists in 25c pack ages (50 tablets) and Hie. trial size il&labNls.) BONDS AND STOCKS. We have for sale Howls and Stocks of local Corporations paying from i, to hX dividends that are safe and conservative Investments. When y.m have funds to Invest write us for detailed Information. TORRANCE & DICKINSON, t 331 South If 111 St., Lin AilKelgn, 'I'hinie KM iviotliers will find Mrs. Winslow' S'xiiuniy. Syrup the best remedy to use for their children during the teething period. 'Wealth of Oklahoma. Oklahoma is composed of 26 coun ties, with an annual production . ex ceedlng $100,000,00 in value, with 8, 661,945 acres of farm lands; with $90, 609,073 worth of taxable property (an increase of $0,474,001 during the last year); with 3,222.75 miles of railway; with property the assessed valuation of which is $11,100,007; with 07 flouring mills having a daily capacity of 11,005 barrels; with 280 grain elevators hav ing a capacity of 3,525,000 bushels; with 330 banks carrying deposits ag gregating $18,384,313.84; with school buildings exceeding $3,000,000 In value; and all this has been accomplished within 15 years. It has been found that all the gun sights on the King Edward VII., Eng land's most powerful battleship, are incorrect. City Country Folks. Mrs. TJpinore How Is your experi ment of living in the country succeed ing? Mrs. Hyems It isn't so bad as you might expect. It costs us more, of course, to have our butter and fresh vegetables brought out to us from tho city, but we don't have to entertain nearly as much company as we did in the city. Scottish American. Agency Eastman Kodaks Develop ing Printing. We solicit mail orders. Send your developing and printing to us. Best results guaranteed. 309 So. Spring St., Lob Angeles, Cat. YANTED-Oaklnnd Realty Syndicate Certificates. Will pay 50 cents on the dollar for Installment and Uf cents for paid up. WALTEK K. IAXJAN & CO.. Hrokers, Room 17, Uucon Block, Oaklund, California. Shutting Him Oft. "Which way do the stairs run in tho defendant's house?" asked the smart lawyer who was doing a cross-examining stunt. "That depends entirely on the point of view," replied the witness. "One way they run up and the other way they run down." Evidently. Green They say Rockefeller Is go ing to build a house that will cost $50, 000,000. Brown Well. I suppose that esti mate includes the plumbing. For forty ynars Plso's Cure for Con sumption has cured coughs and colds. At druggists. Price 25 cents. Railroads and Progress. FITS Permanently curea. No nu or nev I I I vJ ounnCBs after Brut day's um of Dr. KUne'a Great Nerve Restorer. Send for FllEH 12.00 trial bottle and treatise. DR. a. H. KLINE, Ltd.. Bl Arch St.. Phlla lelphla. Pa. Beware of Ointments for Catarrh that Contains Mercury as mercury will surely destroy the sense of smell and completely derange the whole system when entering It through the mucous surfaces. Such articles should never be used except on prescriptions from reputable phy sioiuns, as the damage they will do Is ttn fold to the good you car possibly f ive from in-ni. Hall's Catarrh Cure, mnnufactuved by F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo. O., contains no mer cury, and Is taken Internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. In buying Hall's Catarrh Cure bp sure you get the genuine. It is taken internally, ind made in Toledo, Ohio, by F. J. Cheney & Co. Testimonials free. Sold by Druggifts. price 75c. pei bottle. Sold bv all druggies.' Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation. eilDCC UfUCOfc A,i CICt SAIIfi. in I Best Cough Syrup Tastes Good. Use K- l In time. Sold by druggists. L.A.N.U. 1946-N6.21 In his testimony before the Senate Committee on Intorsta'e Commerce at Washington on May 4th, Prof. Hugo R. Meyor of Chicago Univer sity, an expert on railroad manage meat, made this statement :- "Lot us look at what might have happened if we had heeded the pro test oi the farmers of New York and Ohio and Pennsylvania (in the seven ties wbon grain from the West began pouriDg to the Atlantic seaboard i and acted upon the doctrine which the Interstate Commerce Commission has enunciated time and again, that uo man may he deprived of the ad vantages accruing to him by virtue of his geographical position. We could not have west of the Mississippi a pop ulation of millions of people who are prosperous and are great consumers. We never should have seen the years when we built 10,000 and 12,000 miles of railway for there would have been no farmers west of the Mississippi River who could have used the land that would have ben opened up by the building of those railways. And if we had not seen the years when we could build 10,000 and 12,000 miles of railway a year, we should not have today east of the Mississippi a steel and iron producing center which is at once the marvel and the despair of Europe, because we could Dot have built up a steel and iron industry if there bad been no market for its product. "We could not have in New Eng land a great boot aud shoe industry; we could not have in New England a great cotton milling industry; we could not have spread throughout New York and Pennsylvania add Ohio manufacturing industries of the most diversified kinds, because those in dustries would have no market among the farmers west of the Mississippi River. "And while the progress of this country, while the development of the agricultural West of this country, did mean the impairment of the ag ricultural value east of the Mississippi River that ran up into hundreds of millions of dollars, it meant inci dentally the buildirg up of great manufacturing industries that added to the value of this land by thousands of millions of dollars. And, gentle men, those things were not foreseen in the seventies. The statesmen and the publicmen of this country did not see what part of the agricultural de velopment of the West was going to play in the industrial development of the East. And you may read the decisions of the Interstate Commerce Commission from the first to the last, and what is one of the greatest char acteristics of those decisions? The con tinued inability to .see the question in this large way. "The Interstate Commerce Commis sion never can see anything more than that the farm land of some farm er is decreasing in value, or that some man who has a flour mill with a pro duction of 50 barrels a day is being crowded out. It never can see that the destruction of impairment of farm values in this place means the building up of farm values in that place, and that that shifting of values is a necessary incident to the indus trial and manufacturing development of this country. And if we shall give to the Interstate Commerce Commis sion power to regulate rates, we shall no longer have our rates regulated on the statesmanlike basis on which they have been regulated in the past by railway men, who really have been great statesmen, who really have been great builders of empires, who have bad an imagination that rivals the imagination of the greatest poet and MISS. MILDRED ' KELLER RESTORED TO HEALTH, THANKS TO PE-RU-NA. Friends Were Alarmed Advised Change of Climate. Miss Mildred Keller,7l8 13th street, N. W., Washington, D. C, writes: "I can safely recommend Peruna for catarrh. I had it for years and it would respond to-no kind of treat ment, or if it did it was only tem porary, aud on the slightest provo cation the trouble would come back. "I was in such a state that my friends were alarmed about me, and I was advised to leave this climate. Then I tried Peruna and to my great joy found it helped me from the first dose I took, and a few bottles cured me. "It built up my constitution, I re gained my appetite, and I feel that I am perfectly well aud strong. "Mil dred Keller. We have on file many thousand testimonials like the above. We can give our readers ouly a slight glimpse of the vast array of unsolicited en dorsements Dr. Hartman is receiving. of the greatest inventor, and who have operated with a coarage and daring that rivals the courage and daring of the greatest military gen eral. But we shall have our rates regulated by a body of civil servants, bureaucrats, whose besetting sin the world over is that tliey never can grasp a situation in a large' way and with the grasp of the statesman; that they never can see the tact that they are confronted with a small evil; ex cept by the creation of evils and abuses which are infinitely greater than the one that is to be oorrected. " Do you keep Chickens? Then send for Sam ple copy l'aciilc I'ancler of Los Angeles, Cal ifornia. It Is free. Tells all about profitable poultry culture. a)S0 W. Adams Street, To Break in Hew Shoes, Always shako in Allan's Foot-Euse, a powder, t cures hot, sweating, aching, swollen feet. Cures Corns, Ingrowing Nails and Bunions. At all Druggists and dhoe store. 25c. Don't accept any substitute. Sample mulled FREB. Address Allen S. Olmsted. Le Roy. N. Y. Tnct. The lovely girl hesitated. "Tell me, Mr. Turogson," she said, "am I the first girl you ever loved?" "I'll bo honest with you, Miss Eu nice," replied the young man. "You are not. lint you are far and away the most beautiful." The rest wits easy. Chicago Tribune. The Gruball Family. "Politics," -remarked the long-hnired passenger, "seems to be on the decline.' "That's more than you can truthfully say of the politicians," replied the cigar drummer. "They not only refuse to de cline anything they are offered, but kick for more."