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41 I have used one of your Fish Brand Slickers for five yearn, nr.d new want a new one, abo one for a fr:rrd. I would not be without one fortw.ee the cost. They are just an fir ahead of a common coat as a common one is ahead of nothing." (Ntnuu on niiil lent ton.) - nifiREST mm mm fin. km. Be sure you don't get one cf the com mon klnd-thla Is the CaVU?3 mam 01 aacenonuoi g BOSTON, U.S.A. 'iiE&&' TOWER CANADIAN CO., Limited, TORONTO, CANADA, 35J Makers of Wet Weather Clothing & Hats. THE LUXURY OK A FRESH CIGAR IN A DHY CLIMATE. Lewis' "Single Binder" straight 5c, fresh from the factory, wrapped In foil which keeps It fresh until smoked. Lewis' Factory, Peor ia, 111. Originator Tin Foil Smoker Packugo. Among the recent changes In the faculty of the Los Angeles State Nor mal School la the appointment of Mr. Charles W. Kent, late director of manual training In Rock Island, Illi nois, as head of the department of manual training, and that of Dr. Wayne P. Smith', recently principal of the high school In Mendocino, Cali fornia, as head of the department of history. ...,ails5: , A King's Punctuality. All men agree In the abstract that "punctuality is the soul of business," but few act up to the ninxlra with the strictness of the king of the Belgians, Wherever or however he may travel, whether the visit be of business, pleas ure of ceremony, ho is punctual, not only to the hour, but to the minute It might also be said to the second. And yet his mnjesty is never seen to consult a watch. But his familiars know that his habit of passing his hand along his flowing beard is only a device for glancing nt a small watch which he wears fastened to his wrist London Globe. .Vegetable Preparationfor As similating tlieFoodandBeguIa ling the Stomachs andBowels of Promotes Digestion.CheerPur nessandRest.Contains neither Opium.Morphine nor Mineral. Not Narcotic. Jlmpc of Old Dr SAMUEL PITCHER Rmfjuxi Seal' JbcSaut AiuteSrtd. t Jifnrrmmt - , Aperfecl Remedy for Constipa tion, Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea Worms .Convulsions .Feverish ness and Loss OF SLEPP. Facsimile Signature or NEW YORK. EXACT COPY OP WRAPPER, CAPTURING THE WILD DUCK. A full-grown wild duck is one of the most wory of all wild creatures. A waterman may be working all day long with shovel and pickax, says the au thor of "Bird Life nud Bird Lore," barely a stone's throw from a largo flock of widgeon and wild ducks, and they will not notice him, for they know that he means them no harm. But let a sportsman enter the mead ows and hide his gun ever so carefully, and make himself ever so small, it Is ten to one that they will rise In a cloud when he Is some four gunshots away from them, and take themselves off to a place of greater safety. There Is one method of taking wild ducks In considerable numbers, prac tised In China and in some other coun tries, which Is so amusing and so little known as to deserve notice. The natives take core that a large number of big calabashes, or gourds, should always be left floating on the water frequented by the birds, till they get to regard them as part and parcel of their resorts. The duck jiunter chooses his time, and, putting one of the calabashes, with holes cut for his mouth and eyes, upon his head, he wades through the lake, taking care to keep the whole of his body well be neath the surface. He cautiously ap proaches the unsuspecting wild fowl, and catching one of them by the leg, pulls him, with a sudden jerk, beneath the water, causing hardly more com motion on the surface than the duck itself often makes when it dives, or plashes, or plunges for its food. He wrings its nook under the woter and fastens it to his belt. Then he deals with another and another In the same fashion, till he makes his retreat, equally unnoticed, with a whole glrdle ful of captured wild ducks round his waist. There are, on an average, 200 pigeons officially kept in every German fortress. For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears Signi In Use For Over Thirty Years TNI MKTMIII MMUtV. MSW VOM OIT. tt8 A a attire I w in RHEUMATISM CAN NOT BE RUBBED AWAY When the joints are sore and swollen, and the muscles throbbing with the pain of Rheumatism, relief must be had at once, and it is natural to rub the affected parts with liniments, oils, etc. This treatment does good in a way, by temporarily relieving the pain and reducing the inflammation, but has no effect on the disease itself, because Rheumatisui is more than skin deep ; it is in the blood and cannot be rubbed away. Rheumatism is brought on by Indigestion, weak kidneys, poor bowel action, stomach troubles and a gen eral sluggish condition of the system The refuse and waste matters, which should be carried off through the nat ural avenues of bodily waste, are left to sour and form uric acid and other irritating poisons which are ab sorbed by the blood, making it thin, weak and acrid. Then instead of nourishing the different nerves, mus cles, joints and tissues it fills them With poison- to produce the aches, pains and other disagreeable symp toms of the disease. Rheumatism is usually worse in Winter for the reason that cold and dampness are exciting causes. The nerves become excited and sting with pain, the mus cles are sore and drawn, the joints swollen and stiff and the sufferer lives in intense agony; and if the disease is not checked it often leaves its victims helpless cripples for life. Rheumatism cannot be rubbed away but it can be driven from the blood by S. S. S. Being a perfect blood punner this great remedy soon pro- duces a complete change in the en tire circulation ; the thin, acrid blood is made pure and rich, and as it goes through the body nourishes and soothes the irritated nerves, eases the throb PURELY VEGETABLE. for another attack. Do not waste time trying to rub Rheumatism awaj', but get it out of the blood with S. S. S. so that the.cold and dampness of Wintei will not keep you in continual pain and agony. Special book on Rheuma tism and any medical advice will be given free. THE SWiFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, CA Gets Her $5 Bill Changed. Critics who assert that women arc devoid of business instinct would have changed their minds if . they could have witnessed an Incident that took place on a Columbus avenue car last Monday. A woman paid her fare with a $5 bill. The conductor could not make chnnge. "Just wait a minute," he said, "I'll see If any of the passengers can change It." ife applied to the man with the crutch, to the red-hended man and to the new fall hat; nobody's financial equipment came up to the require ments. Tresently a woman sitting near the front of the car beckoned to the conductor. "How big is the bill?" she asked. "Five dollars," he replied. "Does It belong to that woman In blue?" she went on. "Yes, ma'am," said the conductor. "Very well," said the woman. "I can help you out." The conductor handed over the ?5 bill and the woman counted out $4.95 In one pile and five pennies into an other. She gave him the pennies. "Here," she said, "Is her fare. I'll keep the change. She has owed me $5 for the last two years. I have tried every way under the' sun to get the money, but she always said she had none. Now that I have got some thing from her I am going to hang onto It The victorious collector looked de fiantly at the woman in blue. The rest of the passengers sat up In expec tation of a fight. The woman in blue blushed deeply, but she meekly waived ber right to the $4.05. "Please stop the car," was all she said. New York Sun. Mean Insinuation. "He declared I was as sweet as sugar," laid the first dear girl. "Of course," observed dear girl No. t. "he meant powdered sugar." ' While at work for the F. C. &P. It. B. in the swampy region, I contracted Rheumatism and waa completely help less for about four months and spent over $160.00 with dootors, but grot worse every day, and finally quit them and be gan 8. S. S. I took a few bottles and was cured sound and well. Sly health is now splendid, and I .weigh 175 pounds. There Is a lady living; near ma who Is now taking S. S. S. for aoute Rheumatism. For two months she could not turn herself in bed, but since begin ning your medicine about three weeks ago has improved rapidly, and 1b now able to sit up. I can reootnmend S. S. S. to all suffering fromBheumutism. Ulan, N. O. S. 0. LASSITEH. I was severely troubled with Rheuma tism. I had it in my knees, legs and ankles, and any one who has ever had Rheumatism knows how excruciating the pain is and how it interferes with one at work. I was truly in bad shape having been bothered with it fur tea years, off and on. A local physician ad vised me to use S. S. S. I did so. After taking two bottles I noticed the sore ness and pain were greatly reduced. I continued the medicine and was thor oughly cured; all pain, soreness and in flammation gone. I reoommend S. S. 8. to all Bheumatio sufferers. J. L. AGNEW, 803 E. Greenbrier St. lit. Vernon, 0. bing muscles, and dissolves and carries out of the system the irritating particles in the joints which are keeping tip the pain and inflammation. S. S. S. cures Rheumatism permanently, and in addi tion tones up the digestion and stimu lates the different members of the body to their full duty so there is no cause 'UltQ DUic.jlimvi iuuiuii; ...... quality. When your ItrUier liimel r1. nnt.t n n.,nn,l,n n1 ' miLptnt hut. thpv linvi, lrf.cn imnrdv. In? ever Bince. We nr experts In ii'nvi'r nnn veKemme neeun. 1900 rM'l Annum, ueuutiiuuy illus trated, irwj to ulluiipllcants. D. M. FERRY & CO., Detroit, Mich. Asserting Her Supremacy. "Yes, she's ordered all the papers made over again." "What was the trouble?" "Why, her husband, by mistake, signed his name on the top line and she had to sign under him." Cleve land Plain Dealer. FITC Permanutlj cma. No lu at at I 1 1 J MsneM niter am oar's w nt Or. Kline's Onat Nerv Restart. 0Md fur Kit E l M.M trial bottle and treatise. DA. H. h: KLIMb, Ltd., ttl Arc St., rails dalshla. Pa. How's This? We offer One Hundred Dollars Rfcrfard for any case of Catarrh that cannot be oured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. F J CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. We, the undersigned, have known F J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations made by his firm. WAI.DINO. RINNAN MARVIN, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, 0. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter nally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Testimonials sent free. Price 76c. per bottle. Sold by all Druggists. Take Hall's Family Fills for constipation 11 CIIBCS VfUIB. Ml IIU (HIS. 1J.I CURES WHUi. All ELSE MILS. I Beat Cough Syrup l'utes Good. Use In time. Sold by druggists. L, A. N, U. 1906-2