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CAD BACKS. Lad backs are found In every household. A bad back li a b.k that's lame, weak or aching. Most backache pains come from kidney derange ments and should be promptly attend ed to. Reach the cause of backache by re lieving the kidneys and curing their Ills. Poan's Kidney puis ar fcr the kidneys only and cure the dangers of urlrary and bladder disorders, from common inflammation, in Dronsv. Diabetes, lirlght s disease Case No. 40.321 Mr. YV. H. Ham rner, well known builder, residing at 125 N. Hlnde street. Washington C. II., Ohio, says: "I am glad to endorse a remedv which possesses such inestl mahli value as Doan's Kidney Pills. Thev cured me of Inflammation of the bladder which had caued me much an noyance and anxiety because of the frminrv nnd severity or inc o"b:ks i hvt advised others to tal lean's Kidney Tills and I know they will not h- dlsaouointed in the results. A FKCI2 TRIAL of this great kidney medicine which cured Mr. Hammer will be mailed on application to any nart of the United States. Address Foster-Milburn Co., Iluffalo, N. Y. For e.io hv all drurrcists. Price 50 cents per box. When a town woman se.w an adver tisement nf n cow for sa.e, se won- dors what the pike Is, and if the cow U it good one. THE BELD1NG BANNER BELDIIIO, MICHIGAN. AHOIKD TIIK ITATB, has a scarlet fever epl WESTERN CANADA AHOUSINO GREAT INIE&ES I. The Wonderful Yields of Yf beet Attract ing TbouMDdi, Until the last five or six years but little attention was given to that vast area of grain-producing land lying north of the 4Uth parallel, and Imme diately adjoining the northern boun dailes of Minnesota and Dakota. The Canadians themselves were aware of tho wealth that lay there. but being unable to fully occupy it, they have asked the Americans to assist them in converting the land from its virgin state to one that will largely supplement the grain-producing area of the North American continent and the response has been most lib eral. During the year 1901 upwards of 20,000 from the United States went over to Canada, being induced to set tie there by tho reports that reached them of the success of those who had preceded them during the previous years. This 20.000 was increased to 30.000 dvring the year 1902, and it is fully expected that there will be fully 60,000 during the present year. The work of the immigration branch of the Canadian government is not now be leg directed towards giving inform tion as to the advantages of settle ment in Canada as It is to extending an invitation to the Americans to fol low those who have gone. Those who have charge of the work point with considerable pride to tho success of those who have been In duced to take advantage of the offer of 1C0 acres of land free in Canada, and have no cause to hesitate in con tinulng the invitation. Many of those Interested say there are no more free homesteads to be had In Canada, but the writer has most positive assurance from the Canadian government that there are thousands of such home eteads to be had, and in one of the dis tricts now being op3ned up fully as good as the best, and It is probably the best. The Canadian government has es tablished agencies at St. Paul, Minn.; Or aha, Neb.; Kansas City, Mo.; Chi ctgo, 111.; Indianapolis. Ind.; Milwau kee. Wis.; Wausau, Wis.; Detroit, tiault Ste. Marie and Marquette. Mich.; Toledo, Ohio; Watcrtown, 8. Dakota; Grand Forks, N. Dakota, and C real Falls, Mont, and the suggestion la made that by addressing any of these, who are authorized agents of the government, it will be to the ad vantage of the reader, who will be glvej the fullest and most authentic information regarding the results of mixed farming, dairying, ranching, ar grain raising, and also supply Info-nation as to treight,aud passencer rales, etc. Hanover demlc. Tho State Farmers institute for Ins ham county is to be held at Stock bridge, February 20 and Fire caused a loss of about $100 000 to the plant of the Detroit Sulphite Fiber Co., at Dolruy. Minuaj mi . i., i,...n n& thP Philippine ex- tradition bill was signed by the presi dent and is now a law. The monthly crop report says that there wni verv Utile freezing anu thawing, and consequently uo damage to wheat. the canltol at Lansing have beer, soliciting fund for the past few days to enable thrtu to organize u baseball team. John Hart, a farm hand, was found dead In his bed In Madison iowiimmp Sundav morning under circumstances which lead to a suiU lon of muriior. Mlsa Ma Newland. of Traverse Citj', la s.ild t h. the only woman In the Mat who conduct a chattel ami ab stract business wholly umkr her own name. ttrnnd Rapids has five national banks, four savings banks and one trust company, with an aggregate cap ital of SJ.STHt.iio and total ueposiis Charles R. Dickinson, a private In company L. Twenty-sixtn i nm-n Xf.-iti'M liifnntiv dud in the Philippines November of clioh ra. He hal lived j In 'lasting and Kalamazoo. The Cleveland-Cliffs' brook trout hatcherv near Munisini Is completed and I In good working order. Several thousand trout fry have been received ami moro ntv on the way. A smallpox scare resulted In over two hundred -eases of vaccination in Mendon, and It has since developed that the patients quarantined had tue Cuban itch and Cernian measles. The Sairinaw river is four feet high er than .Is usual at this time or year. Saginaw lee dealers have cut very !UtI Ice and are apprehensive as to their ability to secure a full crop. Duncan Mclean, of Wisner, Is miss ing Jroni home. He had with hltu a cheek for $I'M drawn on a Tuscola county bank, and It H thought possi ble that he went north to buy land. Dr. I D Wo.idworth. of Onondaga, former count v clerk, is to be prosecut ed on the criminal side of the court for 1:1s failure to account for funds en trusted to him as register In ch-ncery. John Kansier. a laborer at the Deln- zer Furniture factory, In Monroe, got caught lua rtv wheel and nearly every rib liMil.tbodv wa-s broken. He was Internally' Injured. He will probably die. Walter P.ass. who came to Jackson from ('assopt)lis last summer. Is under arrest, lie Is charged with having broken up a pump valued at $1,00 for the purpose of selling the pieces as junk. A slight earthquake tremor was felt In Allegan. Monday night. The dis turb;! neu was sutlicient to shake pic tures on the walls and rattle doors. windows and dishes. It lasted but a few seconds. Honesty' llewnrd. A Rerrlen county farmer hail a cow killed on the Rig Four a short tlm ago and wrote to the railroad com pany asking damages, adding thai '50 will be considered satisfactory, as the animal killed was but a com mon cow ami by no means the best In my herd." The claim agent of the road promptly answered tho letter and en closed a check for $100, Maying: "It la the first Instance since my connection with the claim department of the road that any other than a full blooded animal of great value had been killed by our line and I euclose $100 a damages and a reward for your hon esty, and 1 would humbly ask your photo to bo framed and placed in my office." The Hope Broke. R. J. Kramer, a young farmer living near Rittle Creek, fastened a rope tJ a rafter In his barn and a heavy weight to his feet. He stool on a t!irr.i nhicM ii loon about Ida neck and Jumped. The weight broke the rope and he fell to the noor, sustain ing an Injury at the back of the head that stunned him. His brother, K. K. Kramer, heard the fall nnd. rushing Into the barn, prevented him from do ing himself further injury. The would-be suicide has made three un successful attempts. Brooding over the loss of hi wife is said to be the cause of his actions. YVUf Lose Her Kyes. Pretty Alice Kre'.lng, Kalamazoo, wlli lose the sight of one eye. perhaps both, as a result of mysterious poison which physicians are unable to count eract. Some days ago while stripping rags for a carpet at her home, she rubbed her eyes with her fingers, which mav have had fresh dye from the rags upon them. Several leading eye specialists have been in consu.ia- tlon. but are unable to stop tne prog ress of the supposed acid actum, l no young lady Is a beautiful golden-haired girl of 'JO. the belle of the neighbor hood, nnd her eyes were uncommonly attractive. . Uloolirood Acquitted. After deliberating two hours and 1-1 minntpa Thursday night the Jury In ho ensp nf I.vnott P.loodgood. or MOIl ro-ed with the murder of Jo seph Ln barge, returned a verdict of not guilty. The verdict gives general .itlfnetlon. A Civ 1 suit ftarteu ny the administrator of Labarge's estate rr... S'irooo damages 1 now p-MMimg in th. irnited States Court at Detroit against p.loodgood. On August 21 last im KUnt I ji I targe during an exciting chase for a supposed woman assaulter by u large posse or men ana uojh Rloodgood Is wealthy. A Snsnr Fleet nonl. The Alma Sugar Co. is preparing to buiid a sugar beet electric line from llubbardston. Klectriclty will be generated by water power, and the falls at Mathcrton ami on me larm of William Langdon have been con traded for. The line will be free from nil emnnctltlon. and will carry passen rer nnd regular freight, but Its main purpose is the hauling of sugar beets to the factory. There are now .",0 miles of irraded roadbed extending ironi Hubbanlston In the direction of Alma. w-hi.-h thrt nroinotcr will purchase, it was built for another road, which failed to materialize. Frank Andrews ,1'rUon Life. Thirty or more members of the legisla ture visited Juckson prison Friday to look over tha situation as regards the appropriations asked for improve ments. They were shown round the institution by Frank Andrews, the former financier of Detroit. He is bookkeeper of the big box factory, and appears to have general super visory control over the business oi the institution. He waa sent for from one of the offices of the prison and came forward with the same quick, nervous step that was once so famil iar on (Jrlswold street. He shook hands all around and told how well he felt, and Immediately began making inquiries as to the affairs of those in the party with whom he was acquaint ed. Andrews asked some of the mem bers of the official party If they would help h!m to get a parole, and they generally ucqulesced. a number oi them belnir ht.irl to exnresM sym pathy. Tho Detroit ex-banker had no complaint to make against his treat ment In the prison. He had nothing but words of the warmest praise for Warden ineeuf. Hp urged tne mem bers of the loL'islature to vote for the appropriation of $14 7.000 for a block of new cells In tin west wing, which appears to bo so sadly needed. Navln to lie Appointed. finv itlUi who was ln Detroit Sat urdav inornlnL.' expressed his Inten tion to newspaper men to nppoint Thomas J N'nvln ns a member of the Jackson orison board some time this week. In arguing In favor of the ap pointment. (Jov. P.llss said a great many people are asking for the ap pointment, while few have opposed It. Ills excel!enev declared that the ap pointment of Navln would he an en couragement to men who may have committed errors, but who have after wards lived upright lives. He said that Mr. Navln Is thoroughly compe teut to fill the position. Killed ly Street far. Dr. Oeorge Young, the Pioneer. O.. man who wiih struck by a street car In Detroit last week, died of his In turles Sundav In St. Marv's hospital. He was 04 years of age. Two son of tho deceased took the remains to Ohio. The deceased was an Influential citi zen of Pioneer. Ho ow ned a one-third Interest In the bank there and was a stockholder in tho Standard Savings & I oan association. a nTlrtE PLEASANT THE NEXT MORNING I PEEL BRIGHT 'AND NEW AND MV COMPLtxiur i a Din tn. j. At,.r It una .-"Mr on th i?mch. 1ir h,r. mill I- t.rn.r...t t..r utm m Mat.y M U. Iticlld,l.i!, Tea" or LANE'S FAMILY MEDICINE All JmM or mll ftndMeta. Hnf itw bawrl rf1 , w , i . u... m y. AVE HOMEY Buy your Hoods at Wholesale Vrtcfn. Our l.ono-pAire caUlotrne will b snt ttpon m-iili-t of 15 rem. This rmount dv rot eym rT th otft.-n. hut It Is numcWit to show us that you arw acting In gc faith, "fr Krul for It now. Your nHtfhbors trade with us why not rou aln f CHICAGO Leuawop county has "1 voting ma chines. Adrian has five. Hudson three. Tecuinseh two. Fairfield two. Seneca two. mid nil the others one each. No other eountv In Michigan Is so thor oughly equipped. James H. tJalloway, of the CJaPoway Home Mission. Jackson, Is charged with assault upon Mabel Anderson. aged 11. The girl's mother, Mrs. Alice Anderson, Is charged by her with as slstlng in the crime. The trial of John Hromlsh, murder er of Leroy Lester, closed Saturday night. Tho lurv was out one and a hah hours. The verdict was murder in the first degree. Hromlsh was sen tenced to Jackson fcr life. flow lUIs has pardoned Cleorge P. IHnclicy, the former Livingston county ranie warden, sent to Jackson. ! ebru ary 1. P.nrj. f(r assault with Intent to do great bodily harm. He Is 0 years old and critically 111. With the mother lying dead of ty phoid fever, the little ."-year-old son of Mrs. Thomas Campbell, of Chesaning. wandered into the yard, and at 10 oVlock at night his body was found In cUtcrn Into which he had fallen. Murder in 1h first degree, said the imv l i the ease of Neal Sinclair. th wiMHlsnian w ho Septembi r IS shot and killed Henry Key oh at l.ckerman. f'liii.i.i.wu eountv. as the result of a sah-ou row. Sinclair ciaimea he was Ltvuik. r.oi- TtMss has paroled Hllllard raninhell. sent from Saginaw, Noveni btr i:; isii.'i. to Jackson tor ten years for criminal assault, and Patrick J Itvan. sent from Wayne county, November 'Jl, l'KK), fcr three years fur forgery. murder and a suldde took place . .. i - k 1 1 . n some t hip .Monday morning in nnir Miller'a placo In Detroit. In a chamber on the thlnl tloir or tins resorc. ward Knaplan. a yoting man from ."him ?n inv dvlng on the bed with a bullet wound above the heart. Kdlth Martin an Inmate of the place, lay de-Hi on thP fioor with a bullet throiu'ii her left temple, the .18-callber revolver that bad caused both wounds lying beside her. Klla Parr Toby, aged 17, Is suing hrr hiiHtmnd for divorce. She and Toby were students In the Oalesburg t.iri. pi(m1 when they eloped and were married by a South Ilend minis ter. They have an infant tiaughter. Shp alleges non-support. ti.a tiiivter. one of Lawton's most popular and handsome young ladles. rmoiii.oT in tne most mniignnm frn mi it Is feared that the disease ihas been spread very widely over the I town. Miss Paxtcr had been visiting ... if...Mncr Mich., and left there be cause of the prevalence of the disease Wicked "taiilnaw, The Saginaw police made a sudden ra'd Tuesday night on the stall saloons in the rltv. nnd although but five were cleaned out. !" women were arrested. of whom one was a married woman. oii known: two others were young girls of very respectable parents. Nine of the fifteen were hem in jau oer night and were fined. It is now be lunmi thP nolicp will clean out all stall saloons at once and also drive out all penny-ln-the-slot machines. Loan Over n Million. JLT3 ALONG VITHCUT ARMS. Vbsenc of Useful Members Troubles Texas Man But Little. aul Desmuke of Amphlon, Atas sa county, Texas, was elected Jus les of the peace of his home precinct it th recent election. He Is known broughout the stats as the "armless fonder." He was born without arms, tut to all appearances this physical leformlty has not disabled him In tha illthtest decree. He is twenty-two rears old and Is well read ln law, hav es recently been admitted to the bar. 3e performs all the duties ordinarily lone with the hands with his feeL He s a fine penman. He holds the pen lolder either with his toes or between lis teeth. Whenever one position be mes tiresome he changes to the ther. He has been employed ln the fflc of the district clerk of Atascosa :ountr for several months, and the records which he has kept with his yen ars models for neatness and legi bility. He feeds himself with his feet and handles his knife and fork irith as much dexterity as If they were hands. New Cure for Lame Back. Rutledge. Minn.. Feb. 16th. Mr. E. C. Getchell of this placo relates a happy experience which will be read with Interest by all those who have a similar trouble. It appears that last winter Mr. Get chell was seized with a lameness and soreness in his back which grew worse and worse till at last it became very bad and made It very difficult for him to get about at all. After a time he heard of a new rem edy for backache which some of his friends and neighbors Faid had cured tnem, and he determined to try it. The name of the remedy is Dodd s Kidney Pills and Mr. Getchell has proven that it is a sure cure. He says: "I used two boxes of Dodd's Kidney Pills according to directions, and my lame back was entirely cured and I am all O. K. again. Dodd's Kidney Pills are as goca as rcpresen' 1." This remedy is very popular here, and has worked some remarkable cures of Backache and Kidney Trou ble. THS NUMBER THIRTEEN AGAIN. Cot Hid cf an Interviswer. A voung repoiter called to Interview Senator Quay and found him reading. After formal greetings had been ex changed the senator said: "Do you play poker? Of course you do once ln a while. Then you will find this one of the best poker stories you ever saw," handing the newspaper man a book. The reporter out of politeness read a page. "Ah,", said the senator, "I see you are Interested. Take the book along and read it at your leisure. Good evening." and the dazed young Journalist was out on the sidewalk before he could recover his breath. I An Ideal Woman's Medicine. eioo iuwrd ioo. The readers of thin paper will be pleased to learn that there In at least one dreaded UUoase v.... .i.iun haa Ix-en uhln In rum ln all Its Ktatres, and that U Catarrh. Hall s Catarrh Cure la the only positive cure now known to tha medical fraternity. Catarrh betn a constitu tional dlneaw. requires a constitutional treat- . 1I..II-U futurt-1 f'nr. u lnli.tl lntnpnil.ll V. menu n - ' acting dln'ctly upon tho blood and mucous aur faces of the syKtfm. thereby destroying tha foundation of the disease, and giving the patlen strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature ln doing Its work. The pro prietors have so much faith In Its curatlva powers that they offr One Hundred Dollars for any rase that it faiis to euro. Send for lUt of Testimonials. Address P. J. CTIF.VEY & CO.. Toledo. O. Sold bv druggists 7."c. Hall's Family JMls are the best Remember, the poople you would llkn to see dead may lu the pall-bearers at jour lunertti. Cathing the Baby. Young mother naturally feel anxious about the baby's bath. It is best to be gin at six weeks to put tha little one In water, first folding a soft towel ln the bottom of the basin. Use only Ivory Soap, as many of the highly colored and perfumed soaps are very Injurious to the tender skin of an Infant. E. It. Tarker. The earnestnt ss of life 1h the only pass port to the satisfaction of life Theodore 1'arker. Double Your Income, by securing agency in your c ity for the Northwestern and Life Savings Co., of Dea Moines, Iowa. It b a ktrong company. Write tham to-day. "Shon "A." the nrlnclnal issue store house at the Hock Island. III., arsenal. was destroyed by lire ednesday night with Its contents. The latter Included cavalry and Infantry equipments of everv descrlnt on ami l.().UUO rounds of Krae-.Torgensen smokeless ammuni tion. The contents were worth $1.- r;K 1.000. The building was a massive structure, three stories high, erected 20 years ago at a cost of $100,000. King Ose:ir. of Sweden. Is dying with grief on account cf the snd con dition of ds youngest son. Kugene. who contracted consumption nnd seems to be destined for an early death. President Itoosevelt wll visit Color ado In March for a hunting trip. llerr'a 7.1,000 More. Kfnto Treasurer McCoy has a Mil nrpn.irr-d to relieve him of the respon sibility for the loss of .tT.'.OOO state funds In the derunct cny raving bank, of Detroit, the same bank In which Wayne County Treasurer Ituhrer had $1.".000 of state money. McCoy's chief argument is the same ns HuhreVs, namely, that Warner and Power, two state auditors. dcMignaieu that bank as n safe depository. The Dor Was Killed. Herman Pohl. of IStvr Ho-p. aged 13 years, was killed Wednesday after noon, according to eye-wmu-M- ui w. rrir bv 1 nwnnce Lavlgne. aged IS years! who hit him on the side of the xv th an nx lie ve. ir.iciuriun iu skull. The school hoy haldr of throw ing snow balls at pas-crsby is lespon- slble for the lad's deatn. fvru Wnrfcl. 2." years old nnd un married, was arrested In Jackson Sat- iir.lnv charged with a" mdonineni oi her three weeks old baby. VrntiHft It P.eal. cf Northvllle,. fur niture manufacturer, has lecme a bankrupt on his own petition: liabili ties. $"o.::nti 'JS: asset, $21.14 ). Rittirdnv nlclit the Jackson police raided every stall saloon In the city, but the usual habitues hail taken warning and only one woman wno was looking for a recalcitrant husband was found. mail delhery Is asked In n petition which has been circulated and signed in mow. iicmitv lininc Warden Hayes round eight Marlon milliners with plumage In stock. Mr. liayca swore out war rants. in.tln II. Whltlnz's will divides the property equally among the eight cnii- dren. and .lonn i. uniting, mm. Whiting and J. George Xink ure named as executors. It has been discovered mat encnoy nn'a npw charter provides no veto power for the mayor. Kffort will b made to reciiry me ni.nu-r. Cincinnati Has $75,000 Fire. rincinnatl. O.. dispatch: The build ing occupied by the Frank Unnewehr -tear box factory at the soumwest cor- ler of Seventh and Culvert streets vas entirely destroyed by fire. Loss AMiKMKxr in nrcruoir. Week Kudlng I'e ruarv VI. DethoitOpkka I1ousk-"Lu1u il iser In "Dolly Varden" Saturday Mat. at 2; Evenings ut Lvcfcm Thkatkk "Koval Lllliputlans"--Sat- urdav M.tniM j.c; Eva I c. 2 ,'( and 7"c. Whit.nkt ThbatbH" 'Tue Counterfeiters" iNiutim e lite, 1 c aud 1 c ; Eve. 10 . ) jc and A).. Tt.MPi.ic 1 ii t at kii And Wonu hi. NU-After. lioous .;! . IOC to l c; Evenings lw to jvjc TIIK MAItKKTS. Detroit. Cattl" Good to choice butch er rteers, 1.000 to 1.200 pounds average, tf'4 35; llKht to good butcher steers, inn tn unrt n-mml nvemirf. S.1 403 K.i! mixed butchers and fat cows, $2 75(tf J a 50; canners. i 1091-'; common duiis. $2 2o'i(3 25; Rood shippers' bulls. 13 60 (it 3 75; common feeders. $3?3 25; good well-bred feeders. $3 bOit; light stock ers, 13 25lf 3 75. Milch Cows Dull and lower; $.25 if 15. Veal Calves Steady, $5 Sheep nest lambs. JCffS 25; fair to good lambs. $5 b)'ft tt; ngnt ana com mon to fair lambs. $4 60io 25; year lings. $44f4 .0; fair to good butcher idieep. S3 50ij4; culls and common, 1 2 .10 fr 3. Hogs Light to Rood butchers. J6 63 iff 6 70; pIks and light yorkers, $5 55 9 C CO; roughs. J5t; stags. 13 off. llnst IMfrnlo. Ctti. rtnrly steady; veals, receipts, 150 head; 25c higher; tops. $9 ioiii 10; mmmon to good. $3 50 25. Ilogo Heavy. J7 20ff7 25; mixed. J7 15'(f7 20; yorkers. $7 10: pins. $7; roughs. Jf6 35; stags. J5(ft 6 50. Sheep Top lambs. JS 65i?6 65; culls to Kood. $4 25 ri 6 50; yearlings. $5 25 1 5 75; ewes, $4 504 C5; top mlxrd sheop, t 50 'if 4 75; culls to good, $2 25 0f 4 40. Chicago. Cattle Good to prim steers. $ 80fl5 60; poor to medium. 3'r4 Z.t; stocKers anu leruers. j zavi 4 60; cows. $1 40'a'4 40; heifers. $25 4 50; ennners. II 40fif2 60; bulls. J2i 4 25: en Ives, S3 SO iff 8; Texas fed steers, S3 bQIt i 25. Hog" -Mixed nnd butch ers, $ r,oi?)7; go d to choice heivy, $6 9007 124; rough heavy, !' 60 rfi s5; light. 4ti ;(iit u. '.iik ot sales. 16 55 4i 6 95. Sheep (Jood to choice wethers, 11 75W5 35; fa 1 r to choice mixed. S3 60J; 4 75; native lambs, $4 606 40. Occasion When Conductor Was Satis fied It Was a Hoodoo. Car No. 1,313 is on the ilroadway run. One night a passenger who traveled on that car noticed a strange matter. It struck him as the car passed Thirteenth street. He was standing on the rear platform, talk ing occasionally to the conductor. He noticed that tho number of the con ductor whs 3,913. He noticed that there were thirteen people in the car, and he recalled that It was the thir teenth day of the month. Ho pointed out these dlsturbins facts to the conductor. "I should think it would make you nervous!" he said. "Only onc't that I renember," cald the conductor. "When and how?" "Ther' was thirteen babies In this here car yellln ln thirteen different keys all at the same time," replied the conductor." New York Times. Unless you have suffered agony you cannot properly appreciate Joy. MISS TENA IFLAND, Box 100, Elllston, Ohio, offers to furnish In formation free as to how. she waa cured of pains In her side, stomach and nerve trouble, Write her. So says Mrs. Josie Irwin, of 325 So. College St., Nashville, Tcnn., o! Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Never in the history of medicine has the demand for one particular remedy for female diseases eoualled thnt re tained bv I.ydla K. Pinkliama Vegetable Compound, and never during the lifetime of this wonderful medicine has the demand for It been so jrrcat as it is to-day. From the Atlantic to the racific, and throughout the length and breadth of this great continent come the glad tidings of woman's sufferings relieved by it. nnd thousands upon tnousanus of letters are pouring in from grateful women saying that it will end posi tively does cure the worst forms of female complaints. 3Irs. Pinliham invites all wo men who are puzzled about their health to write her at Lynn, Mass., for advice. Such eorre spondence is seen by women only, and uo charge is made. Speak well of your miend; of your ene my neither well nor 111. Italian proverb. fltops tho Couxri and Work Off the Cold Laxative Brotuo Quinine Tablets. Trice 25c A reformer Is often a man whose neigh, bors wish he would begin on himself. MT45 iTnnMitT nipcil. y fluor nervmuneM after rl I w tint 1V' u' of lr. kiln', lln-nt N-r Kntoi er. Send for r'llKK m.Ott trial bottle and trrati-a. Da. K. U. Kline, Ltd., V.U Arch btrevt. I'liiUuelpbta, fa To cherish nn enemv on the heart Is to nourish an enemy there. Terfectly simple and simply perfect 1. dvelng with PUTNAM FADELESS DYES. DO YOUR CLOTHES LOOK TP.LCOWT If so. use Rl Cross Ball Blue. It will tuaka them white a snow. 2 oz. package 5 cents. A man can't he the sump kind of a husband twice. If he was good to his first wife, he Is not quite so good to his second wife. He who no longer knows tin no longer r.eeds the Saviour. Clear white clothes are a sign that the housekeeper u-es Hed Crosa Ball Blue. Laro 2 oz. package, 5 cenU. The evil of the world Is In sin and not In Buffering. Mr. WlnMow'd Soothing Syrup.' Tor rliliilrt-a teeiuliu. Kft-n the jr"ni, rfilure n nuiuntion. lUy pata, cure luu colic. a UrtUa. XXT YOU HAD A NECK Am Voug a, Ttile Fellow, and liuU SORE THROAT all I 1 the! 1 WAY I DOWN TONSiLIHE WOULD QUICKLY CURE It tX.4n. ill !rrr'.U. TRK TUKHILINK CO.. CAVTOH, ft Mniv'red. tho German name, pignlfies A Grtat l'eace. I'No s Cure In the best meddne we ever ued for ull affections of the throat and luns. VVm. O. K.nusLLV, Vanburen, lud.. Feb. 1j, ltf U. I i The hardest place In which a Chrlstlnn ! man can be put, is the one he picka out for himself. )M1 AMLf mm let CDIC.NAL ONVfi 01UDCL0TKIN6 tw& MftJt ri blAck or ytllow for &H kinds ef wft nrk. Cn sa e evtrywncrt Look for the 5;en of the rish.an4 Lr the hme TOWtR on the button. When answering Ads. please mention this pape. CJrnln. Detroit. Whr.it: No. 2 white, 2 cart nt "IV e; No. i red. 5 cars at 79'4c; May 5,Vx) buat RPe 5.0 bu at R17hC, 11,k bu nt 2c, lO.Oco bu nt 8lc. 6.000 bu at MHc fi.O Ml at 'l'ic, on ai I'c; jiuy, a,vn bu at :.(m bu at 77ViiC. B,00 bu at 7c. closing TT'iiC, nominal; No. 3 red. 3 cars at 7lic; by sample, 1 cur at CUc per Corn-No. 3 mixed, 4Gc; No. 3 yellow, 47o rtj.r Im Oats-No. 3 white. 2 cars at 40e; No. 4 white, 29c; by sample, l car at iJc per Kye-No. 2 spot. 54": No. 3 rye, o2c bu. Chlcapo (rsh salel. Wheat: No. 3 rprlng, 77Vc; No. 3, 70(&74c; No. 2 red. 7414 7&e. rnrnv i.tv.o: N'o. 2 vellow. 43ic. Oats-N'o.' 2.' StVic; No. white, 38c; No. 3 white. ..3fc. Hye-No. 2. 4S;iV Mnrjrnret Snedejrar. alias Wanchft Stniii, o,. .-ears old. was fonnd dead . In her room In Cleveland Saturday nnd the. polie are Inclined to think thnt the wi murdered. rincrr marks wero found on her throat, while her faco was badly nrulseti. To exile nil neproes Is the announced Intention of the citizens of Fayette, Mo., because of the kllllntr of Harry O'Donnell, a reputable citizen, ny a hurl tA Thne neeroes were pub- llel wbln nd. and while 2." fsmilles have fleil, others deelaro ther will fight ind a clasa is rear t 4. if mj i. .' v V..' t-7'S:$?.-'&:S . 4k. m a -v 1 4e m. mm m (Kais piesaovtly. cts Beraficially; cts trvjly as Laxaiivcr. Syrup of Figs appeals to the cultured and the well-informed and to the healthy, because its com ponent parts are simple and wholesome and be- tions, as it is wholly free from every objectionable manufacturing figs are used, as they are pleasant to the taste, but the medicinal virtues of Syrup of Figs are obtained from an excellent combination of plants known to be medicinally laxative and to act most beneficially. To pet its beneficial effects buy the genuine manufactured by the V&ShlM- Louisville. K V . new York. N.Y. for by tll drubato. Price fifty cevta per bottle. The honm that trUn Ihn truth. 1 1 tha; place. $75,000.