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tatmr Xntffc Makes Too MtacraMe.
Almost ossrjbod* who rssds the nsws
pspsrs is sure to knew of the wonderful
■ .1 i .by Dr.
r _ Jrj i Kilmer's Swamp-Root,
I li and bladder remedy.
• ITKSI JB I''»th« great medl
, ,»( jv "JB oal triumph of the nlns
iyTt flnteenth century; dli-
JtfgL 111 covered alter year* of
u ■Hf, Willi scientific research by
V HI Dr. Kilmer, ths emf
(| ML- • nent kidney and blad
' der specialist, and U
wonderfully successful in promptly curing
lams book, kidney, bladder, uric acid trou
bles and Bright'* Disease, which Is the worst
form of kidney trouble.
Dr. Klkner's Swamp-Root Is not rec
ommended for everything but If you have kid
ney, liver or bladder trouble It will be found
|a*t the remedy you need. I thai been tested
In so many ways, in hospital work, in private
practice, among the helpleMtoo poor to pur
chase relief end has proved so successful In
every case that a special arrangement h»s
been made by which all reader* of this paper
who have not already tried It, may have a
sample bottle sent free by mail, also a book
telling more about Swamp-Root and how to
find out If you have kidney or bladder trouble.
When writing mention reading this generous
offer In thla paper and f ft""
send your address
Dr.KllmerACo.,E>in t -HnpOflfcliS|
hamton. N. Y. The
regular fifty cent and >«••) aramp-ftoot
dollar sixes are sold by all good druggists.
Don't make any mistake, but remembu
ths nsme, Swamp-Root, Dr. Kilmer's
Swamp-Root, and the address, Binghamlon.
N. Y„ on every bottle.
T. RHODIiS, Prop.;
Bank Building,sJ3[Stnithwfck St.
New and Up-to-Datu
The Best Barbers that can l>e ob
taitied. Polite and courteous to all.
''We lead, others follow.'*
AM CURE THS LUNGS
"" Dr. King's
FOR I OUGHSand 50c t sl.o'
M Free Trial.
Bur«st and Quickest Cure for all
THROAT aud LUNO XHOUiJ
LBB, or MONEY BACK.
THX "BOSS" COTTON PUSS I
WUIT, HMMOT, Htf
THS Musstv QIMMIH* MM
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Cslsabls, m. O.
MOLUS'i L* 3
Hocky Mountain Tea Huflgci
A Bony MsHioine for Biny Ft»opls
Criuft Ooldeu Health and Renewed Vttfor.
\ *r*»oiflc for OoiiHtiiwirion. Inrtlrexdon. f«l
wi»«t Kidney Trouble#. PlmpU**. Kevins, Imii
i'. Branch. BmpgUih BOWHH,
;ml UaokacHn. If a Rooky Mountain T4a in t
form, Bft c*nts A bo*. imute
DBPQ COMPAKV, Mutismi, Wta.
GOLDEN NUGGETS FOR SALLOW PEOP
An Improvement over all
Cough, Lung and Bronchial
Remedies. Cures Coughs,
v Strengthens the Lungs an j
Gently Moves the Bowels.
Pleasant to ths taste and
good alike for Young and Old.
Phnta Msdiciss 65., Chicsgs, 11. S. A.
The most wonderful cure for
piles is MarZan, put up in eol !..[>-
sable tubes with uo?/.lc attached.
It reaches the spot, sto|» pain in
stantly, cures all kinds ot
blind, bleeding, itching or protru
ding piles. "Sold by All Dealers."
Pineules contain the alternative
and dinrtrti. properties found in
the native pine. A certain cure
for all liver, kidney and bladder
diseases. A single dose of Pine
ulea will relieve the worst case of
hjctadKH. ow.igh., "Sold 1.,
4 MS* AHABBTHKTIO.
It Lasts Ninety Hlaitn sad Pit
daces NIBIMMM Only.
"Chlorohydrat* of Dimstbylamlao
bansoylpentanol.' Such Is ths sws
Inspiring title of the latast snsse
thetlc. In order not to unduly alarm
bis patients, Dr. Fourneau, Its
French discoverer, has renamed It
It la InJwUd Into the spinal fluid,
and within Are minutes produces
complete anaesthesia la ths body be
low ths pont Of Injection. The pa
tient, howsrsr, does not lose con
sclousnsss. Its effects last for aa
hour and a half, and ao unpleasant
results bare yst been observed,
though It has been tried for soms
time In more than ona Paris-hospital.
English doctors are reluctant to
experiment with It "Once you hnrs
Injected your 'Stovalne' Into ths
spine," ssld a prominent V. R. C. 8.
yesterday, "yon hars no mors control
over It, but with gaseous anaesthetic
It Is iionulble to stop the administra
tion befors ths danger |>olnt Is
reached. Ah the quantity needed of
any anaesthetlo varies wltb the Indl
vldusl patient, the Importance of
this control may bs easily realised.
"In addition, there Is always a
danger of eeptlc poisoning in hypo
dermic Injections, and In this form
of Injection—lnto the spinal fluid—
the consequences would bs most
Building up a flock of Fowls.
Begin by killing every rooster on
the place Then decide -upon soms
breed which will best meet the re
quirements snd purchase from a re
liable breeder roosters of this breed
petting one cock foi every fifteen or
twenty hens In the flock. Then buy
a setting of eggs of this be
ing careful however to see thst
these are unrelated to ths roosters
purchased Set (liens egg" under a
good mother ben and at ths end of a
year kill or sail oft all the original
rooster*, replacing them wltb those
resulting from th« letting of egg*.
At the end of ths second year kill or
sell ths malea and repeat ths oper
ation esch year, never keeping them
more than one yeai and never buy
ing a rooster related to ths hsns.
Do not forget to kill or dispose of
the pullets hatched from ths setting
of purebred eggs, ss they are of
course related to tno rooster* of the
tame hatch and their retention
would defeat the end sought. A*
rapidly a* possible kill or sell off
all ths original surub hen* and
(hereafter always rilapose of the old
er members of the flock.
Value of an Kduratloii.
The value of a thorough educa
tion fitting a young man (or hi*
life work la no longer a debatable
question The recent report of the
United Ktate* Bureau of Education
shows that a boy with a common
srhool education hat practically one
chance id 9,000 of general recogni
tion an si successful mau In lorae de
partment of human endeavor and
usefulness A high school educa
tion Increase! his chance* of such
success by about twenty-two time*,
whlls a college education gives s
voting mnn about ten time* the prob
ability of success and advancement
possessed by the high school grudu
*t«, or rbout two hundred times the
opportunity open to a boy with only
a common school education. —Scien-
Nport In the Alps.
Bwltierland la far from being the
sportsman's paradise that It once
was, but the best of what Is left can
undoubtedly be procured In the Grl
■ons. There were Issued In the can
ton last year 2,2 88 shooting licenses,
and among the gnme bagged were
1,178 chamois, 172 buck, it stags,
1.837 moorfowl, 110 vultures,
5.501 hares and 4,634 rabbit*.
Hlmlguu For l#ft Kjred Persons.
A shotgun recently manufactured
by a Connecticut Arm was a special
order for a man who use* bla left
eye to aim with, the right being
alghtles* The atock and lower frame
of the gun ware twlited ao that h*
may shoot without discomfort. The
gun Is the third made for this man
In the la*t twenty-Ore years.—Ex
At the Hub.
A New Yorker was vliltlng In
Boston. Seeing a parrot In a cage,
"Doe* Polly want a cracker?"
"1 require no sustenance from yon
whatever," replied the Back Bay
bird, with hauteur.—Yonker* States
Keep Cheese Covered.
Always keep cheese well covered
In a cheese dish, or It will become
dry and taateleaa. If the cheese Is
wrapped In a cloth moistened with
vinegar It will , keep beautifully
moist and lta flavor longer.
Cleaning White Knantel.
Wash It occasionally with warm
water aud white castlle soap, dry It
and apply a little whiting with a
flannel cloth, slightly damped.
When dy, wipe off the whiting and
;>oilsb w'th a soft cloth or ehamola.
Threw Him Over.
Gertrude— -What are you giving
Hortense for m wedding presentT
Babette-—Why, —l'm giving her
the groom.—Detroit Pre* Press.
Photographs of Mother never
have been Idle when they were ta
look natural, because she Meats to
Pinesalve contains the antiseptic
projK-rUcs of the native pine, ami
is a sure cu'c sunburn tan, tetter,
eczema and all other skin diseases.
Heals a sore, cut or burn without
a scar. "Sold by All Dealers."
One dose of Pinettles taken at
bedtime will entirely relieve the
most obstinate case of l>ackache be
fore morning. Pineules is a cei -
tain cure for all kidney and blad
der troubles. "Sold by All Deal
J ..\fV --v ,>
pmopui or the PHUJimim.
Their M*p**Rlun to live Bear the
Ia the Philippine* the denalty of
population la sixty-aeran to the
rquart mil*. Ia the United State* It
to tweatr-ata to the square mile. The
Inhabitant* of the Philippine* are
aaually found oa or n«ar the coast
except In the Island of Luion, where
about half the people llv* In the two
rich 'valley* la the Interior. Only
ose-Mventh of the civilised popula
tion live Inland, but th* wild people
are confined a!moat entirely to the
11l tbe archipelago there are 11.-
400 barrio*, or »11 ages, with th*
average population of (00 Inhabi
tant*. rhe average *lse of the bar
rio vary widely In different prov
ince*. A number of adjacent bar
rioe form a pueblo, or municipal
unit, and tbua there la practically
no rura' population. Three-flftha or
the population live In village* of
leae than 1,000 Inhabitant* and 4
per cent, la towna of over (.000.
There are four town* with a popu
lation exceeding 10,000 each and
thirty-five with /a population ex
ceeding 6,000. Manila ls tbe only
Incorporated city In tb* Island* and
Ita Inhabitants number tlS.ftlt-
The Submarine Telephone.
Oreat things are expected from
! the submarine telephone by officers
jof th* United State* navy. The prln
clples underlying it are very differ
ent from thoee of wlreleaa teleg
raphy. In the latter the telegraphic
Impulses are transmitted through the
air or ether by electricity. In the
submarine telephone aound waves
travel through water unaided by any
1 electrical force. Water, being deaaer
than air, acta aa a better sound con
ductor. It transmit* sound four and
| a half tlmea as faat as air, 1,100 feet
a aecond being the rata In tbe atmos
phere, while In the water It I* 4,711
feet, or almost a mile a second.
Sweet Skim Milk for Calvee
Th* experience In the u*« of sweet
■klm milk from the oream aeparator.
for feeding calve* and pig*, I* uni
formly favorable. A farmer write*
that h* haa been ualng It freah from
the aeparator for over three yeara
both In feeding o*lv*s and plga and
haa found It most excellent. Por
calve* h* mixes a little meal and
middling* with th* milk, and for pigs
Increases tbe meal somewhat, aud
saya that both grow rapidly on such
feeding. He warna against feeding
milk that ha* aoured In the leaat and
hlrnaelf feed* It aweet from the sepa
•a 5,000,000 a Year for Gambling-
In a little volume of essays en
titled "Betting and Oambllng," re
cently published, some striking facts
are given showing the rapid spread
[ of gambling among all classes of
the community. For Instance, In
Ore and a half years eighty cases of
suicide, St embeislements and I*l
| bankruptcies appeared on the rec
! ords of the courts aa directly due to
professional betting, while Sir Rob
ert Olften'estimates that MR,000,-
000 goes Into the pockets «f th«
bookmakers every year.—New York
•f A New Strawberry I lon.
John Koopinan, a strawberry
j grower of two miles west of Car
j thage, hsi received 10,000 paraffined
i pasteboard strawberry boxes, which
be will use for his crop this year ln
| stead of the usual wooden boxes. It
Is claimed they are cheaper, tougher
and will not absorb the stain froiu
! bruised berries. They thus took
neater than the ordinary boxes and
are Juat as sightly wheu usod the
second time as when flrst usod.—
Kansas -City Journal.
Just Plain Jours.
"Digging for gold, are youT" said
"That's what I am."
"Any hopes of finding anyT"
"Kf tbey wusn't d'ye think I'd be
fool enough to keep dlggln'T"
"You're smart, ain't yout"
"No; I'm Jonea—plain Jones!"—
Dick Tate- Miss Short—lsabel—
you hare been in my office tor two
yaars now, and I have learned to
love you better every day. Will yon
be my wireT
laabel Short—Oh! Mr. Tate, Is It
fair to aak me to give up a steady
poaitlon for an uncertainty T
Mrs. Flip: "That new nslghbor Is
a fearfully slipshod housekeeper."
Mr. Flip: "How do you knowt"
Mrs. Flip: "Why every single
time 1 send over there to borrow
something she'a always out of It!"
—Detroit Free Press.
Substitute for Cream.
When unable to procure freah
oream to serve with fruit, beat the
>olks of two new laid eggs and
strain them Into a pint of new mltk,
with two amall lumpa of sugar.
Put It on the stove and stir one way
until it oecomes aa thick as cream
Remove It instantly and cease Stir
ling or It will turn to a custard.
Borne Strange Wills.
Thers Is a story of an American
murderer who left |ISO by his will
to Ms executioner. This tale' la now
matched by one from Paris. A wine
merchant of that city faoe to face
with financial ruin planned suicide,
but flrst set aside a dosen bottles of
win* for the undertaker.
6ot Oft UHI|
He may well think, lie has got
off cheap, who, after having con
tracted constipation or indigestion,
is still able to perfectedly restore
his health. Nothing will do this
but Dr. King's New Life Pills. A
quick, pleasant, and certain cure
for headache constipation, etc. 25c
at S. R. Bigg's drag store; guaran
Photographer—Kow, look fAwssnt,
Hen peck—Pat mj wtf* la Ike mat
ran and I will
No Race Suicide.
jjff y\ •>
Pint Hen—Ton My he received a con
gratulatory letter from tbe President 1
Hecond Hen—Ye*; yon see be « »h
father of over 900 chicken*.
Want of Confidence.
little Girl (to Cerate, who I* waitin|
for hi* h —lVn't touch anytliinf
while I'm SUM, will yon, Mr. Jonu**--
Nearly e iturd.
Jack—l believe that Cbolly ia halt
Mamie—He's more than that —Pitto
A Horrible Example.
Mr*. Heupeck—Our son baa got tea
Mr. Hcnpeck—l thought I waa a hor
rible enough example to deter him from
such a fooliah step.
H>ax—l thonght that coat waa a four
J«i—St* it waa, but one of the but
ton* curae off.
True as Preaching.
"The sleep one geu before IS o'clock
at iiirht d»>e* one the moat good," re
nin' V* : the preacher.
"1 guess yon're right Pareon," ob
served the young man ; " I know pop
saya the al«p he geu in church always
mm mnndirt "
I TOWARDS BRIGHT'S DISEASE
Many people who are neglecting symptoms of kidney trouble, hoping "it will wear away/' an
drifting towards Bright's Disease, which is kidney trouble in one of its worst forms.
stops irregularities, strengthens the urinary organs and builds up the worn-out tissues ■
® of the kidneys so they will perform their functions properly. Healthy kidneys strain out I
I ' the from the blood as it passes through them. Diseased kidneys do not, and H
■ the poisonous waste matter is carried by the circulation to every part of the body, fl
I 1 / k iV causing dizziness, backache, stomach trouble, sluggish liver, irregular heart action, etc I
I VVI If you have any signs of Kidney or Bladder Trouble commence taking FOLEY'S I
I I KIDN EY CURE at once, as it will cure a slight disorder in a few days and prevent a I
■ faUl malady " 14 i# P' e * sant to take and benefits the whole system.
H °w to rind Out. 8. B. Burluwa ToatMla* After Fear Tsars. I
■ «■ kidney* in C. B B.rhan. of Crli.le CtnUf, N. Y., writ*.:
I ?°*® f bf wtttaf mU* for H hour. » .. Abwltte „ r ymn^ , ww . i M ■
I ■» bottle Of the aria* puicd Bpon arising;. If «nl Of *mm M«noy tmbk by taking Im Uu lw tattlM of I
I s upon examination it i. cloudy or milky or k*. PoWy'o li M y Can. it Ktmiy ua,H AthkMniHteiMul I
I I • brick-dust sediment or .malt particle. float P* 4 " •nil lyiaptosM or Ufa* jr Hmui Jln»»»nt lui ( U4to My tfcal I
■ | «boot in it, yoor kidney. >rt di. eased, and I ha*, now »»« a wwn mi «n» of thy jy»p»— th. few ■
Two Sim, BO Oooto awl SI.BO.
SOU US RECOMMENDED IT -«BfIBHHSBHiV
S. R. Williamston, IN. G.
•TORIES ABOUT EAGLE*.
Th* Eagle to Not Afraid to Tackle
t Anything, No Mattar How Big-
Some rear* ago Mr Charles Mor
daunt wltaaseed la Scotland a strange
battle b*twe*u aa eaglo and a stag,
which completely dispel* lay theory
that the ornithologist may put for
ward aa to eagle* not attacking largo
anlmala, aaya the Chicago Journal.
The bird alngled out from a herd one
particular buck, which It *ucceeded la
drivl*g from the raat. It • truck the
animal repeatedly with Ita powerful
wing*, knocked ft down and finally
Baron Schreodor wltneaaed a at 111
■ore remarkable epeetacle. An eagle'
attacked a fawn which waa one of a
herd In the highland*. The crlee of the i
little one were anawered by Ita dam. I
which aprang upon the aagle and
■truck It repeatedly with Ita fore- :
feet Fawn, deer And oagle rolled
headlong down • declivity, and the
bird waa dislodged from Ita bold and
the fawn reamed.
But Sir Kenneth Mckenale knowa a
more thrilling atory than either of
there, for, according to report an eagle
waa rent la twain during a battle in
hia foreat of Gairloch. Fixing Ita
talons In the quarter* of a roe. the
bird waa daahed agalnat a tree, to a
branch of which It endeavored to hold
to atay the flight of Ita captive. The
bird waa halved la an Inatant.
Many traditlona are extant aa to
eaglea having carried off and devour
ed children. In the north of Biigland
the legend la perpetuated by the name
of many an Inn, the algn "The Eagle
and the Child" being common. Th*
moat recent caae bearing clone acutlny
appear* to be one which occurred In
South Africa. A Boer farmer, living
on the veldt Jnat beyond Bnrberton,
whom stock had been harried by
eaglea, lay In ambush for the aerial
robber*, and aaw one of them de
scend and carry off the 5 year old
child of one of hia Kaffir servant*,
lie shot the bird, which, with tlie
child atlll clutched In Ita grip, fell Into
a thorn bu*h. The bird waa dead
when picked up, but the babe waa lit-■
tie hurt. The eagle meaaured nine I
feet from tip to tip of Ita wlnga. Other I
stories are told to a similar end, but
appear leaa credible than this one.
Two eagles will stalk a covert In
concert. While one conceal* hlmxelf
the other beats about the bushes with
a great acreamlng, driving out Ita
quarry for the hidden eagle to'swoop
down and make aa end of It. An even
more Insldlou* method haa been ob
served when an eagle, detecting a
• sheep on the edge of a precipice,
acreamlng ahilllngly, and with force
ful beat of wing hurled It Into the
valley below, where It could devour
It at Ita leisure.
There la good reaaon for believing,
after pit, the ancient legend as to the
manner 1a which Eachylua, the Greek
poet, met hia death. It la said that an
pagle dropped a turtle on his bald
head. Algerian travelers are fami
liar with the alght of eagle* carrying
turtles and tortoises to a height and
dropping the in upon rocks to break
the creatures' sheila and render the
i 1 ■ ,
Pajamaa for "Jacklas."
"I see that some wag of the Navy
Department liaa played a joke on the
nt'WKpnper men at that department."
remarked a naval officer the other day,
referring to the report that pajamaa
are to be substituted for nightshirt*
In the regulation uniform outfit of the
American "Jacky." "The fact of the
matter," aall he. "la that aailora don't
wear nightshirt*, never have and no
such article la known.to their kit. The
only baals for the report was that a
manufacturer of a cheap suit of pa Ja- j
mas recently sent a lot of samples to
the Navy Depar.ment In the hope
that their neatness and beauty would
ao appeal to the official! that the arti
cle might tie adopted as an article Of
naval uniform for which the manu
fadurers In question would get the
contract. It 1* now entirely optional
with a sailor, just as It Is with an oM
cer, what ha wears when In bed, oi
whether he wears anything hut a
blanket covering, hut as I said before,
the sight of a sailor In a nightshirt
aboard ship would lie so strange and
uncanny that It might provoke mutiny.
And to think of It Pajamas (or Jack ,
tars. Why, It would lie more danger
ous than It #a* to wear a plug hat In
the mining town* during the halcyon
daya of the gold Argonaut* While 1
they are about It. why don't they aay
that the sallora will be required to
wear silver wrlat ttaga when they go
ashore, like Harry I-ehr, at Newport? :
Well, It makes me tired. That's all." '
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bank, do Mlrmnly ..cur that thr above atale . , . , W/ttoT~
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