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Ob Mall In Nine Mouth.
In a private letter to a Goteborg
editor dated TJarkhllk, April 27, the
Swedish explorer. Sven Hedln, relates
that he had Just got his first mall and
received his first news of the world In
nine months. Ilia Chinese companions
tnd servants were gentle and amiable.
At TJarkhlllc he fitted out a caravan
3f the thirty-eight camols. twenty-four
horses and seventy mules. His Jour
ney for 170 Swedish miles had led
aim through an absolutely unexplored
part of Asia. On one occasion, when
tils caravan was in danger of perish
ing through lack of water, a mass of
mow was luckily found in a gulch.
Another time the party was saved by
Dlocks of sweet Ice floating on salt
water. Indianapolis News.
It is better to be able to suffer long'
and be kind, than to be able to talk
like an augel.
US, IDU. ROSER
Grand-NIcco of Ex-rrcsidcnt
James K. Folk, Writes to
Mrs. Pinkham Saying:
Dear Mrs. Tiskuam : I have been
married for nearly two years, and so
far have not been blessed with a child.
I have, however, suffered with a com
plication of female troubles and pain
ful menstruation, until very recently.
MRS. IDA. L. ROSER.
"The value of Lydla K. Plnk
liam's Vegetable Compound was
called to my attention by an intimate
friend, whose life had simply been a
torture with inilammation and ulcer
ation, and a few bottles of your Com
pound cured her ; the can hardly
believe it herself to-day, bhe enjoys
such blessed health. I took four
bottles of your Compound and consider
mj'self cured. 1 am once more in fine
health and epirits; my domestic and
ofHcial duties all seem easy now, for I
feel so 6tron I can do three times
what I used to do. You have a host of
friends in Denver, and among the best
count, Yours very gratefully, Mrs.
Ida L. Roser, 32G 18th Ave., Denver,
Col." $5000 forfeit If about testimonial la rot
If you arc ill, don't hesitate) to
get abottleof Lydia 12. Pinklisim's
Vegetable Compound at once,
and write to airs. Pinkliam,
Lynn, Mass., for special advice
it is free.
Hot Weather Health.
During the heated term of July and
August one should be careful to keep all
the organs of the system In free work
Baxter's Mandrake Hitters taken be
fore meals will ward off diseases inci
dent to this trying season.
Nature's Priceless Re-nedy
0R.0. PHELPS BROWN S
ti Curpi Throunh the Pores
qia. Weak Back. Sprains,
Burns. Sores and all Pain.
OpSC'al drui'Klst, u, ioc
1C lie dm not m'M it, send
tin bin name, and for your
troulilf. we will UrOO
Hend You a Triul II CG,
1 I l''or More Than a Quarter ol
The reputation of W. Li. Dourws sj.uu
and $3.50 Bhoen for style, comfort and
wear has excelled all other makes sold at
these prices. This excellent reputation has
been won by merit alone. W. L. .Douglas
Bhoca have to Rive better satisfaction thnn
other $3.00 and 83.50 bhocs because bis
reputation for the beat $3.00 and S3.60
shoes must be maintained. The standard
has always been placed so high that the
wearer receives more value 1or his money
In tho W. K DoukIos 53.00 and 83.50
ahoes than he can pet elsewhere.
W. Ij. Dousrlaa sells more $3 .00 and $3 .50
hoes than any other two manufacturers.
W. L Douglas $4.09 Gilt dge Lino
cannot be equallci at any price.
Killed by Football.
Itobcrt I. McKoe, the Alma College
student who re-opened an old Internal
Injury In the football game between
luia and the 1). A. C. team lust Satur
day afternoon, died yesterday after
noon at Alma. An operation was per
formed on him In Hralnard hospital
and it was found that his Intestines
were Injured. There seems to have
been no secret made of the fact that
ho had an old hernia that, bothered
him at times, and whv the Alma
coaches allowed him to play Is not ex
plained. Mr. McKee was very jxipular
In Alma and his death has saddened
the whole eolleire. He was 27 years
old and made his home with sisters In
Detroit. Ho was a senior and would
Jiave graduated next June. He was
president of the college i. M. C. A.,
a member of several of the literary so
cieties and was preparing for mission
W. L. Dountzn $3.00 and $3.SO
mheca mm masio of tho mama htfn
prado Uvlhsra ct In 93 ana a
ttmm tu:z am crnoa.
Bold by the best Ehoe dealers everywhere.
)nit nnon having W. L IoiiRln fthoes
with nniiiii and nric stampea on bottom.
llow In OriNT hr .11 oil. If W. f. Donr'a
lion tu riot sold hi j Mir town, lenrt nwr rtiiwt la
rtrT. Kirvnt ?ivwtirrA un ri'iiHiit of nrloo una
tirtom1intiiiefil will mnkyona
liutrthiU will Pi4iii k una v
torn inium Pimnt, in bji'. hi nm
mr. lnk iwwurwnfiin 01
fool Mrxmnau mlei ; tst
' ,-. ir.f Jfv
US'iiHt worn; plain or
laui or lu'lit iiolrn.
i r j a pair.
CMlaW W' I" JtooKla. llrocUton. At ma.
Ifl tuiiti "Hlkk Millet UilU. Ci
k i Coot '.iii:ti tfyun. Twu'OiK)rt. CM t
IVJ In timn. Po'd bTlniptt. f
FITS rrmnrntly Curwl. WontfiornrToainfMaftr
flrit day v t It. kllne's Urrt Nrv hentorvr.
Send for FKKli W'j.UO trial hottla and tn-aiine.
Urn. U. II. KiOJiK. Ltd.. n Juxh HL. 1 hUadiltala, t'a.
Occupation Is one great source of enjoyment.
No man, properly occupied, was e?er miserable.
BKMEJJ. Zooktxoo, tn rreat laylporator, acta
t uuce. Kent for $l JM'iiaae paid. Addreaa
Zookl Co., 1101 Iiuiaell t., Detroit, Mkh.
. Keliglon has begun to starve whenever It be
gins to walk with Its hands in its pockets.
Miss Stone's Perllona IMItfiit.
If the ransom of Miss Stone is not
paid. I firmly believe her head will be
set upon a pike pole In the nearest vil
lage, ' was the statement or lion. . a.
Sweeney, of Coluiuhu. Ind.. ex-eon-sul-general
to Turkey: "I think
the kldnapln&r of Miss Stone was
done for political purposes. Her
captors wish the United States
to seek revenue upon Turkey.
True to their nromlse. thev will re
lease Miss Stone if the ransom Is paid.
If It Is not, they will cut a linger off
and send It to her friends. Then an
ear and finally her head will be put
upon a pike pole In some little village
A Revolt In 1'emln.
Refuzees from Persia report that
thnt country Is on the eve of revolu
tion. None of the shah's promised re
forms nave been put in operation, but
Instead taxes are Increasing and
wholesale Imprisonments and confisca
tions by the government are common.
The shah, according to reports, Is ill
and completely In the bauds of In
triguing favorites, who have sent all
th Available funds to foreign banks
and are preparing for light when the
Mrs. Wlnalow'i Soothing Byron.
For children teething, aoftena ths irtitna, redu"M In
flammation, allay pain, oum wtnd ootid. Xju a battle.
We would all have less cause to blame others,
If we had fewer faults of our own.
President Roosevelt 13 surrounded
by an official family of short names.
In tho cabinet wo have Root, Hay,
Smith, Long. Gage, Knox all names
of one syllable, which Lj most unusual.
The president's most Intimate friend Is
Wood. The man he Is most fond of
in New York is nils. His most inti
mate political enemy is Piatt. His
chief political adviser and for years
his sponsor la Lodge. Ills private sec
retary is Loeb. His secretary while
governor of New York was Youngs.
All names of one syllable. Chicago
TootH o ere
Good for Dad Teeth
Not Bad for Cood TeetH
Soxodont Liquid jc IJirRe Liquid snd Powder 75c AB
tores or by mail lor the price. Sample lor poauge jc.
HALL & RUCKEL, New York.
UlUnCnilC AMBBICAX I.AIY,ndepen4.
nAllUdUMCoittly run, wants good lo"f. liua
band. Addraaa Him K. 117 Market St., Chicago. 111.
1- r. n r f i
U l 1 I9 I quick relief and '-urn wont
caiea. Bouk of tetlmntul and 10 mis' treatment
IU1. UK. H. M. ttaaU'SeUaa.aMB.AUaeta.3,
YELLOW CLOTHES ABB UNSIGHTLY
Keep them white with Kuss IlleachluK Blue.
Get the genuine. All grocers, 10c.
If there were do politics the devil's grip on
some men would be more feeble.
Plso'a Cure for Consumption Is an Infallible
medicine for coughs and colds N. W. Samuel,
Ocean Urove, N. J., Feb. 17, lDOtt
Philosophy may keep a man from doing wrong
but it cannot make him better.
nnnDI FTP Rtinif OF THE OFFICIAL LIFE OF FrKINLEY k"ady
UUIlil sULa I la UU Vim Agents wanted. Alio general travelling attentt and resident
dUtrlct managert to handle the only authorized official, au
thentic life of President McKlnley j also giving Uvea of our other martyr I'retldentt, Lincoln and
tlartleldj complete Inside nltiory of tho vlllalnoua workings of the anarchistic ocletles; profuselr Illus
trated; 600 pages. The only life of McKinler printed In Knglish. German and Swedish. Lib
eral cominlsslou to agents and a straight guaranteed sulary to those In the advanced positions. You never
had a better opportunity to make big money quickly and easily than you have today. You can make)
WSOO per month for the next 8 months pushup thU marvelous history of a great sod good and useful
life. Strike now. while the Iron Is hot. Do not delay, for every day Is worth from 9i0 to K to you. And
bear In mind that If you demonstrate to us that you can sell hooks, that later In the fall we will he willing to
employ you undur a straight-out guaranteed salary to appoint and Instruct other omenta. This Is the chance
of a lifetime. We make our own books snd can easily duplicate the offcrof any other house, and will do so.
We also give a valuable premium to every purchaser worth more than the retail price of
the book. Many of these concerns that are advertising McKlnley books are merely general agents and buy
tbclr books from us. We advise you to order from us, and thus deal directly with the manufacturers. Credit
riven: freight paid. Write today and send 10 rents for postage on free outfit. ,
' CO-Ol'EKATlVli I'l'ULISUIMi CO., UepU W, 350 Dearborn St,, Chicago.
With rig to sell Poultry Mixture; straight
salary, til 5.00 weekly and expenses year's
contract; weekly pay. Address with stamp,
Eukxka Mix). Co., Dept. 4, Kail St Louis, 1U.
j SAVE FUEL
f iie-A-r AnniTlOMfll FtnriM
HEAT ADDITIONAL ROOMS
by attaching BURTON'S FUEL ECONOMIZES ie
your ttovt pipe. Save ont-thitd fuel. Prlca,
$4 50. Youi dttltf wlM tupply you; net. ardw
dutci from ut.
W. J. BURTON & CO.
320 CASE STREET, DETROIT. MICH.
Cuku wt InuawuM, ttvni
W.N.U. DETROIT NO 42 IOOI
U'beo Answering Advertisements Kioily
Mention This Taper.
Krnest Setou-Thomnsou, tl noted
writer on s nniin.ils, and John tloff,
(Joloriulo's f unions jrnlde, who nceoni-
lanltd rresldont Roosevelt on his
mountain lion hnnt, have been arrest
ed for violating the game laws of Col
A dispatch from Washington says
that tho life saving service has re
ceived : telegram from I'ailey's Har
bor. Wis., that the whalehack steamer
Thomas Wilson is n total loss, but that
her crew of L'O men was saved by the
life saving servitv.
AMISEMKNTS IV OKTKOIT.
WEEK ENDING OCX. 19.
Avenue Theatre Vaudeville Prices: after
noon, 10. i.S, evening, 10. 2i),S'c; rescrv. .V"c.
Detuoit Opeka "Maude Adams." Evenings
atH. Saturday Muttneo at-'.
Ltcei'm Theater The Telephone Girl. Wed.
und Sat. Mat. ic; evenings, is, Z ooanu 7.ie.
WhitkeyOrani "A Gambler's Daughter."
Mat. 10c, 15 and Cjc; eveningH. loc, -Oc uud we.
Detroit Cattle light: good butcher
steers. 13.7.Vri4.40: steers nnd heifers. t?.25'(i
4.Z; mixed butchers and fat cows. $2.7&0
3.7."); canners nnd common thin butchers.
$l.r(Xfr2.C5. Hulls I.iK-ht to good butchers
nnd sausage. $2.4fV(a.40; stockers and light
feeders. S2.7Vu3.75: veal culves. steady;
tsalos range from lV2.VuO.2ii per 103 pounds.
.Sh'.en and lambs Best lambs. $4.25fi4.40;
light to good and good mixed lots, $1.5tj
4.1.r; fair to g.-od mixed nnd butcher sheep.
J2.rwwi3.7d: culls and common, n.tmii.w.
Hoes Mixed and butchers. JG.OOB.lO: nunc
Sitles at Stl.(i7l!f''i6.10: i1ks and light york-
ers. ja.uOlKi.w; stags, 1-3 on; roughs, jj.o
Cincinnati Cattle Heavy oteers. choice
to extra. . .lorno.nO: nominal, fair to goou.
$4.C(Wi5.10; oxen, $.V'ii.X; butchers choice
to extra. $4.505 4. SX): fair to good. $3,401(4.40;
heifers, fair to good, $3.4K4; common to
fair. J2..Vi3.2C; cows, fair to good. $:t."5'(i)
4: common to fair. $2.1.Vo3.2r: canners. fl.r.o
2.2j; scalawims, $lfrl.'0; stockers. $2.2.Vi(
3 75; tops, $3,8574, Hors I.tffht shippers,
$d.lor6.15. and mixed nackliur lots from
J5.5066. mo.tlv $.V7."f5.S5: stacs and heavy
fat sows. $3.7".f?5.iK); extra pood. $G: llKht
shluriers. $5..'()f(6: Diirs. 110 ll-s and less. lVv
.r..3.". Shoe) lOxtra. $3; Rood to choice, $2.25
f2.90; common to fair, $1.25fr 2.15; lambs,
extra, $4.4O'd4.50; pood to choice, $3.35()
Sl.2.: common to fair. lJ.j''i J.i.
Chlcaf-'o Cattle Good to prime steers,
$5.2ofiC5; poor to medium. $3.5vii5.9o;
ftockcrs and feeders, lin:Ji; cows, i.j.."t'
4.6:): heifers. $215: canners. J1.2T'i2.:
bulls. $1.7.Vi 4.7r: calves. $2.50(6.25; Texas
rteers. $2.90(ii'3.73; Western steers, $3.C.V(i)
$3.50. Hors Mixed and butchers. pVuG.W,
irood to choice heavy. $G.2iv,ri.(;0: roiiRh and
heavy. $5.155fi.lO; light. $fi.l5'fifi.30; bulk of
sales, $'(! 2. Sheep (iood to cnoice wetn
tk, i.1.5tKi3.9; fair to choice mixed, $35
3.M): Western sheep, $2.7.V!i3.iO; native
lambs, poor to choice, $2.505.70; Western 1
Buffalo Cattle Steady for Rood, dull
for others: no Rood here; veals. VJS7.M.
Hoes-.Urst heavy. $6.r.Vri6.f5; mixed, $fi.43
(nf. Wi iirassers and common welRhty hogs,
StM(Mri6.3t1: rouchs. $5.750: states. $1.7.u5.
Sheep and lamb. Top native lambs, $4.90
fff: others. JS.Zjra i.kd; mixed sheep, tops,
$:i.2iVf3.40: culls to pond, $1,5013; wethers
nnd vendllnes. J3.5(Ki3.(j.
IMtttsbum Cattle Choice, $5.7.W;
nrlme. $5.r,(Ki3.70: cood. $5.105.33; tidy. $1.70
r,f, : fair. $3.9Kf4.35: heifers, $2.W(i4.GO; oxen,
$2..r0f4: fat cows. l.:mi; bulls and staRS.
$'4: common cows to fresh. $20-35: Rood
fre.?h cows. $"3150. Hoc? Prime heavy,
SK.TAXid 70: mediums. $1.43ftC50: best york-
ers. sn30i'f.4O: light yorkers. $t.ii;
pTHsers. $5 90 25; plus- 3.20U3.W); pklps,
Jiffi Rhepp Best wethers. $3.fi0((3.70:
pood. $3.25'- 3.50; mixed. $2 S0(i3.K: culled
nnd common. $112; yearllnRS. $2.50 3.90;
spring lambs, $31 j; veal lambs, $t'6.50.
Petrolt Wheat-No. 1 white, 72'c; No.
2 red. 71'c: N. 3 red. 70c; mixed winter,
72e. Corn 5H1i58U,c. Oats No. 2 white,
39'c bid: No. 3 do. 2 cars at U8c; by sam
ple. 1 car nt S'c per bu.
t'hlcaro Whent No. 3 sprlnR. H7-f,Sc;
N 2 red. Wk'nlOXc. Gats No. 2. 3:.l3!c;
No 2 white. 37Hc(??.8:c; No. 3 white, 37Vi
f.s'ie. Corn 3'M-c.
Cincinnati Wheat Pcmand Heht; offer
InRS pmall; No. 2 winter red, 74e. Corn
No. 2 white Is quotable at file; No. 2 yel
low nt t',in..c, snd No. 2 mixed at COc, on
truck. On is-No. 2 white. 4rK4rr,c.
New York Wheat No. 2 red. 75lS,e f. o.
h. afoot: No. 2 red. 7i',c; elevator; No. 1
Northern Ouluth. 7.Wic f. o. b. afloat; No.
1 hard niduth. 79Uc f. o. b. nloat. Corn
No. 2 fd'ic elevator nnd C17c f. o. b.
nff)nt.' Oat No. 2. 3Sc: No. 3. 3SAc;
No. 2 white. 411mv No. 3 white. 41e. frsck:
mixed Western. 3S'2'i40c, tra:k; white, 40
The Ohio Cnmpnlirn.
Senator I latum. Congressman Dick,
I.' nl ted States Senator (!hfndler. Col.
Myron T. Henick and W. It. Hopkins
wore in consultation at Senator Ilan
na's t!lce In Clovelatid . Monday on
mat tors relative to tho Ohio state
campaign. Senator Ilanna's time Is
at tho dispell of tho state committee.
He has received 7." Invitations to
speak, nnd will be assigned by the
committee. Senator Ilntina and Speak
er Henderson, of the national house of
representatives, will speak In Cleve
land on Nov. 2 and Senator Foraker on
FdOV.30TiI I FROM I H9)(D2.
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