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NEW STRENGTH FOR OLD BACKS.
No Need to Suffer Every Day from
Mrs. Joanuah Straw, 52$ Xorth
Broadway, Canton. S. D., says: "For,
three years I suf-
with rhenniatisin In
my limbs and a dull,
- ceaseless aching in
my back. . I was
broken with head
aches and dizzy
spells, and the kid
ney secretions were
thick with solids. I
was really in a crlt-.
leal condltiou when I began with'
Doan's Kidney Pills, and they certain
ly did wonders for me. Though I amj
SI years old. I am as well as the aver
age woman of 50. I work well, eat
well and sleep well."
Sold by all dealers. 50 cents a box.
Fbater-Mllburn Co., Buffalo, X. Y.
Doctor Most er fortunate you
consulted me. I'm just the very man
to er cure you.
PaUent Ah. that's lucky! You are
quite familiar .with my complaint.
Doctor Familiar? My dear sir, I've
had it myself er this 20 years!
Eye Are Relieved By Murine
when Irritated by Chalk Dust and Eye
Strain, incident to the avvraice School
Koutu. A recent Census of New York
t-iiv rval tha fact that in that CUy
ak.na 17.XS School Children needed Kye
Care. Why not try Murine eye rtenieuy
fnr Rfd. Weak. Weary. Watery Eyes.
Granulation. link Kye ana Kye Strain?
Murine Doeon t Smart: Soothes Kye km in.
Is Compounded by Kxperienoed Physi
eiann' iintains no Tniuriotis or Prohibit'
ed Iurs. TTv Murine for Tour Eye
Troubles: Tou Will Uke Murine. Try It
In Baby's Kyes for Scaly Eyelids. Druft
sists Sell Murine at Sor. The Murine Eyo
Remedy Co.. Chicago. Will Send lou in.
Wresting Kye Books free.
Judge Will Wait and See.
Aa earnest plea was made by Attor
ney Charles Pettijohn to Judge Priteh-
ard of the criminal court for leniency
to a client who had entered a plea of
guilty to larceny. The burden of the
attorney's argument was that his cli
ent was the father of twins and was
tempted to theft in order to feed the
mouths of tbe Infants.
"Your honor. I will say frankly.'
said Mr. PettUohn in closing, "that If I
were the father of twins and needed
food for my family. I would not hesi
tate to go out and steal It."
"Mr. Pettijohn. when you are the
father of twins I will consider your
proposition, said Judge Pritchard.
Salting a Diamond Mine.
Howard DuRnia tha nntoii nlalna
engineer, told a good story to the
Tech men recently, illustrating the
"art" of salting a diamond mine. The
lory was told or a man la South
Africa who. while walking one day
over aia property, suggested that they
assay some of the soil.
In the search that ensued eight
rough diamonds were found and offers
began to y through the air at a rapid
rat for the land, when the host's wife
railed oat to her husband: "Why.
John, where are the other two?" The
seouel of tha story was left to tho
tmagiaaUoa. Boston Record.
Future Ideal Town.
In tho ideal towa of the future, aa
pictured by Sir Oliver Lodge, tho
houses will have gas for heating by
open fires and for cooking, and elec
tricity for lighting. The gas. pro
duced from the coal at the mine, will
be sent long distances through pipes,
at water Is now distributed. ' It is
hoped that the experiment will be tried
soon, tho burning of crude coal in town
being absolutely forbidden, and at least
two English towns are already consid
ering the plan. The purification of
the air is one of the greatest needs in
the Improvement of the conditions of
A DAINTY AFTERNOON LUNCH.
Salad. Sandwiches, Fruit and Dessert
That Will Satisfy the Most
PimientoSalad Onecan of shrimps
equal amountof celery, one dill pickle
cut all in small cubes, add salt and
pepper to taste, theu mix with may
onnaise. Open can of pimentoes,
stuff each pimento with salad and lay
on lettuce leaves garnished with lem
on and parsley.
Tasty Saudwich Rub to paste two
cups chopped olives, ripe or green
two hard boiled eggs, teaspoonful
Worcestershire sauce, drop of tobas-
1 ro. salt and nepner to taste and
enough mayonnaise to make smooth.
Spread between thin slices of bread.
Orange Baskets Scoop out inside
of sis oraneoa- snueeie iuice from
pulp, put on stove and when boiling
add three tablespoonfuls sugar, yolk:
of three eggs and tablespoon ful corn
starch. Stir for about five minutes.
Whip whites of eggs, add about hall
to custard and till orange basket; put
remainder of whiles on top of or
anses. Bake IS minutes. Serve hot
or cold. Make handles of citron.
Nut Waters Beat three opgs. li
one and a half cups sugar, three-
fourths cup of Hour, one tablespoonful
cf salt, two cups of coarsely chopped
waluuts. Spread thiu as possible on
greased pans ami bake quickly. When
nearly cold cut in souares
OF BILL DAHLEN
BOSTON NATIONAL SHORTSTOB
IN NINETEENTH YEAR OF
MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL.
PLAYED WITH OLDTIME STARS
"Bad Bill" Broke Into Fast Compan)
In 1891, Lining Up with the Chi
cago Nationals. Where He Re
mained Eiglit Years Still Holdt
His Own with Youngsters.
Very few fans among the multitude
of baseball enthusiasts appreciate th
fact that there is on the Boston Na
tional team a veteran who has a rec
ord scarcely equaled in the annals oi
This iilaver is -'Rati Rill" Dahlen.
shortstop oT the Doves and veteran of
many a battlefield during the last de
cade. Everybody who has followed
the game to any extent in this period
is as familiar with the name as with
the mannerisms of the bad one, and,
while quiet and unassuming, he has
had a varied experience during his ca
reer on the field, and stands to-day as
a connecting link between the days of
Anson. Lang, Burns. Daly and others
who were dazzling stars in tbe days
of yore, with the Wagners. Lajoies
and Cobbs of our own time. '
Bill is no idle boaster, but has a
quiet seuse of humor that just sticks
out all over him. and. when he falter-
ingly owned up that he was no chick
en, but was entering on his nineteenth
consecutive year in the major leagues.
"Bad Bill" Dahlen.
he caused a laugh, for. when asked
his age. he admitted to 26 years.
The old warhorse is as sensitive
about his age as a giddy old maid, and
refuses to discuss the topic at all.
When pressed he casually puts his
hand to his head and feels that in
creasing spot where the hair once
used to grow.
Some people are apt to scoff at
these old-timers, but a look at the
baseball guide of last rear tells the
old story. For instance. Dahlen
played iu seven less games than the
mighty Honus Wagner, yet he had
nearly a hundred more assists than
the big Dutchman, which says that
William the Naughty must have cov
ered a little ground during the sea
son of 1908.
But he has been so long in the
game that he covers his position me
chanically, and his continued expe
rience gives him that ease of move
ment that comes with keeping at one
continued line of exercise.
It was in 1891 that Dahlen broke into
the fast set. After a short year in
minor league baseball in New York
state, he found himself tied up with
the Chicago National league team in
that year, and under the leadership
of Old Pop Auson. at that time cap
tain and manager. During his first
vear with the Windy City outfit, he
played third base and the outfield
and only once or twice was shifted
The next year, though he started
the season at this position, and made
such a record that he remained a fix
ture in the place and stayed at it for
the remainder of his connection with
For eight eousecutive years he
wore the word Chicago on tne uni
form, and in his last year with that
team was made captain. But foxy
Ned Hanlon was then collecting an
aggregation of stars iu Brooklyn, and
Dahleu was traded for Gene Demon
treville, and became a member of the
famous Brooklyn outfit that included
stars like Jennings, Keeler and
Bill always thought pretty well of
Brooklyn and was right iu his own
diggings for the following five years,
playing both third base and shortstop
while on Hanlon "s team.
Then another shift in the continu
ous juggle of baseball lottery took him
across the river to Muggsy McGraw,
and iu 190-1-5-6-7 he was with the
Giants, playing his old osition of
shortstop all the time. In exchange
for hiiu Brooklyn got Charlie Babb
and Pitcher Jack Croniu and $3.50)
iu cash. The last move brought the
Bad One to the Hub and be has been
It is more than interesting to get a
luau like Dahlen talking, for he has
a fuud of anecdotes mid interesting
data on baseball that would keep you
interested for hours, lie played with
two championship teams Brooklyn
and New York and has traveled over
the length and breadth of this wide
PAINT EVERY YEAR.
Mo One Wants to Do It. But Some
Paint Will Wear No Longer.
When you have a job of painting
done you don't expect to have it done
over again very soon. But to make
a lasting job, several things must be
taken Into consideration the proper
time to paint the condition of the sur
face the kind of materials to use, etc
All these matters are fully covered in
the specifications which can be had free
by writing National Lead Company,
1902 Trinity Building, New York,
and asking for Houseowner's Paint
ing Outfit No. 49. The outfit also In
cludes a book of color schemes for
both interior and exterior painting,
and a simple instrument for detecting
adulteration in the paint materials.
Tbe outfit will solve many painting
problems for every houseowner.
Meantime while buying paint see that
every white lead keg bears the famous
Dutch Boy Painter trademark, which
is an absolute guarantee of purity and
quality. If your paint dealer cannot
supply you National Lead Company
will see that some one else will.
The Masher Does your sister know
I am waiting out here for her?
The Boy Yes! She gave me a nickel
to tell her when you had gone.
RASH ALL OVER BOY'S BODY.
Awful, Crusted, Weeping Eczema on
Little Sufferer A Score of Treat
ments Prove Dismal Failures.
Cure Achieved by Cutlcura.
"My little boy had an awful rash all
over his body and the doctor said it
was eczema. It was terrible, and used
to water awfully. Any place the water
went it would form another sore and it
would become crusted. A score or
more physicians failed utterly and dis
mally in their efforts to remove the
trouble. Then I was told to use the
Cuticara Remedies. I got a cake of
Cuticura. Soap, a box of Cutlcura Oint
ment and a bottle of Cuticura Re-
Bolvent, and before we bad used half
the Resolvent I could see a change in
him. In about two months he was en
tirely well. George F. Lambert. 139
West Centre St. Mahanoy City, Pa
Sept. 26 and Not. 4, 1907.
Fetter Drag a Chen. Corn, Sola Prop, Boston.
The Way It Appeared to Her.
When she was five years old her
aunty took her to church; it was her
When she got home her mother
asked her how she liked the service.
"Oh, well, God was there in
white nightgown, and he didn't speak
loud enough for the people to hear
what he said; so they kept saying
over and over: "Wo beswitch thee to
let us hear thee, good Lord.' I didn't
like it Terr much." Judge's Li
Sheer white goods, in fact, any fine
wash goods when new, owe much o?
their attractiveness to the way they
are laundered, this being done in
manner to enhance their textile beau
ty. Home laundering would be equal
ly satisfactory if proper attention was
given to starching, the first essential
being good Starch, which has sufficient
strength to stiffen, without thickening
the goods. Try Defiance Starch and
you will be pleasantly surprised at the
improved appearance of your work.
A Little Slip.
Rev. Mr. Spicer had for three days
enjoyed the telephone which had been
his last gift from an admiring parish
toner. Uo had been using it imme
diately before going to church.
When the time came for him to an
nounce the first hymn, he rose, and
with his usual impressive manner.
read the words. Then in a crisp, firm
tone, he said: "Let us all unite in
hymn six double o, sing three."
A Cure For Colds and Grip.
There is inconvenience, suffering and
danger in a cold, and the wonder is that
people will take so tew precautions against
colds. One or two Lane's Pleasant Tablets
(be sure of the name) taken when the first
snuftly feeling appears, will stop the prog
ress of a cold and save a great deal of un
necessary suffering. Drugjsrsts and dealers
generally sell these tablets, price' 2j cent
If you cannot get them send to Orator F.
Woodward, I-e Roy, X. Y. Sample free.
And Saves Time.
"He lets his wife do Just as she
"Nothing startling about that.
"No; but he does it without an argu
ment." Take Garfield Tea? Made of Herbs, it it
pure, potent, health-giving the most ra
lional remedy for constipation, liver and"
kidney diseases. At all drug stores.
After having been so mad he
couldn't say things a man begins to
boast of his wonderful self-control.
Berlin has adopted luminous street
The population of Russia is increas
lug at the rate of 2.500,000 per year.
Mrs. Wlnalow's Soot Kin jr Syrttn.
For chtklren tretlun;. sof w-n. tbe purs, reuuees tit
aauuatiott.aUaspaia.carea vtnacouu. zcabottle.
As soon as a man marries, his sicr
Baked in White Tile Ovens k &
I On the top floor of the finest bakeries in the world t-tr- .;- 1
I .The whole bakery flooded with pure air and sunshine - Pryfj? 1
I I In these clean, appetizing places are baked - if? I
ftibM iiscuif BP
V Compare them with common biscuits, baked, goodness ' I sxK?'-Tr, I
1 knows Where? V i?'3"5?reiiV I
1 YetTakoma Biscuits cost no more than the poorer kinds I bfZr-fj
I It's a pleasure and satisfaction to know that Takoma 1 CtVfV," -
I Biscuits are at yonr grocer's in triple-sealed, I p. cSt? '? I
I moisture-proof packages 5 and 10 cents. -S4 V' "l I
IOOSE-W.LBS -gSSgglgS cjff
BISCUIT CO. KSkSSIZ ?i
"Do you really love me, George?"
"Didn't you give me this tie, dear?"
"Yes, love. Why?"
"Well, ain't I wearing It?"
Deafness Cannot Be Cured
by local appltcatioas. ms tbey cannot reach tbe dis
eased portion of tbe ear. Tbere a only one way to
cure deafoeaK, and tbat is by constitutional remedies.
ucalneas n caused ty an mnamed condition OI tne
mucous Uninr of tne Eustachian Tube. When tha
tube is mnamed you have a rumbuncf sound or Im
perfect hearhu& and wben it is entirely dosed. Deaf
ness is the result, and unless the Inflammation can be
taaen out and this tube restored to its normal condi
tion, bearing will be destroyed forever; nine casea
out of ten are caused by catarrh, which Is nothmff
but an Inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces.
We will rive One Hundred Dollars for any case off
Deafness (caused by catarrh) that cannot be cured
by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars, free.
. J. tnt.tl cu. 1000, u.
Sold by Drugs igls. T5e.
Take Hall's f amily Pills for constipation.
"Mamma bas given me orders that
when a young man gives me anything
I mast give it right back."
"All right, prepare yourself."
Tm going to Eire you a kiss."
With a smooth iron and Defiance
Starch, you can launder your shirt
waist just as well at home as the
steam laundry can; it will have the
proper stiffness and finish, there will
be less wear and tear of the goods.
and it will be a positive pleasure to
use a Starch that does not stick to the
"There goes the dullest man In
"Is that so?"
"Yes: he's the only man I know
that hasn't a first-rate solution of the
street car problem." Detroit Free
A Famous Health Builder. ,
A medicine that will cleanse the bowels
and put them in condition to do their
proper woric unaiaea win ao more man
anything else to preserve health and
strengin. ucn m meojcine is tne tonic lax
ative herb tea. Lane's Family Medicine,
Get a 23c package to-day at any druggist
or dealer. No matter what you have tried
before, try this famous hero tea.
The Lover I love the true, the
good, the beautiful.
The Cynic Three girls? Harper's
Kill the Flies Now
before they multiply. A DAISY FLY
KILLER kills thousands. Lasts the sea
son. Ask your dealer, or send 20c to H.
Soiners, 149 De Kalb Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y.
When you go away from home, don't
forget that God is everywhere.
Us system &jJecuoi ;
To etXs ee5vGo
o riANursctuBro es THE
Fig Syrup Co.
SOLD BY LEADING DRUGGISTS 50ABOTTU
Corn Planting s
may take some of them corn planting- mmj b lat it yoo bscjsw
SPOHN'S DISTEMPER CURE
Is your true safeguard
bottle fo.OO andlllMIOdou
smaller size. Don't put it
Spoba Medical Cm..
"A Little Cold is a
and often leads to hasty disease and
death when neglected. There are
many ways to treat a cold, bat there is
only one tight way use the ftgnf
is the surest and safest remedy known,
for Coughs, Croup, Bronchitis,
Whooping Cough, Asthma, Pleurisy.
It cures when other remedies fail.
Do something for your cold in time,
yon know what delay means, you
know the remedy, too Dr. D. Jayne's
fioffes In thee ancs. SI. 50c 25c
. w .1771 Positively canresl fcy
AUI lDOI k,. I.lrtl- PlILm. !
I 1 1 I I T treMfroas Dyspepsia, la-
Y mm liaa. diayaUon a nd Too Hearty ,
II I I VER Elna- A perfect rem-J
II I L y. . JL cdy for Dizziness, Kas- -I
I I PILLS. sea. Drowsiness. Bad
III ft Taste in the Mouth. Coa-
tr mmmm' I led Tooirue. Pans la tha
! I side, torpid urn.
They regulate tbe Boa-els. rarely tegeiaoia-
SMALL PILL. SMALL DOSE. SMALL PRICE.
Genuine Must Bear
Look for This Mark
on erery bundle of shingles yon
buy. it means 230 first class
shingles in every bundle, every
shingle clear of knots, its loll
length of 10 inches. Made from
the best WASH1XGTON RED
CEDAR. Remember the name.
in the purchase of
It is an absolute
guarantee of pur
ity and q tality.
For your own
that it is on the side of
every keg of white lead
IKil Irailf taaaaf. MM
S10 Buys This Tree
and the ground it stands
on, in Cuba, guaranteed
to bear choicest Grape
Fruit. Soil and climate
onequaled no frosts.
Water transportation to
bie markets, where top
prices prevail. Respon
sible, experienced man
aErcment guarantees i
safe investment. You can start with f 5
now and secure an annuity. Ask ns to send
you, prepaid, our free book beautifully ill
ustrated from photos taken on property.
EAST CUBA CO., 7,
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A SUs-vorfn that In the wf 1
in watCT and jMidififf BCrtcBJW ltflMt
Mapio t ar4 17 rursv If mmwmi sW fatr
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W. N. U, LINCOLN. NO. 19-190.
45 to 50 Bo. of Wheat Per Act
Vase bees frowa as fan bads i
tract fm twintpomknrw Mmlmnmi filUtmtat
is i jln f Aaqmst, MS.
k is now poaabie k. seoe kasmtmni f MO
1 Hisadred. haw paid aW caat mi ffcew immm (
ljurLnaii if) and tfaeahadalll as jrar0l00
Uaeom U lscakasiry.
; oats, lax afl da wcL
ases davyaay at mmyxtf aaafa
at a sis
MI Sew lark Ub I
One cop of suet chopped fine, oave
cup sweet milk, two cups seeded rais
ins, one cup molasses, two cwps flowr.
ime cop currants, naif a cup eacn of
citron lemon and orange peel, owe teav
spoonful each soda, cinavamoa. ckrrea.
Steam two hoars. This is a very
nice podding. If not wanted so rieh.
omit fruit entirely or us erne cap earls
raisins and currants. Serve with ts
Heat one quart milk, half cup swear,
beat three eggs, stir coBstaatlr tin ft
thickens, cool. Savor with vanilla-
It's a pity that some Of tbm lo-v
edge that the men est tbe fleet ac
quired on their trip around the world
with regard to saving coal can't be Im
parted to our servant glrlav
A Milwaukee eonrt baa decided that
a lady most mot raise her skirt more
than 14 inches. No use talking. It's
getting harder every day to be a per
"For months I bad grea txovbse wrtfc ssy
stomach and used all kmds of sat rlsriran
My tongne bas been actually as greew aa
grass, my breath having a bad odor. Two
weeksagoa friend ii naiirav it dC an Is
and after wsing tilem I caa willingty sawt
cheerfully say that they bane entirely
cured me. I tberetcwe let yoa know that I
shall rexommeod tbem to any oar sbSow
ing from sacb trosabsem." Cbaa. H Hai
pern, 114 E. 7U1 St, New York. N. T.
Pleasaaf. Palararar. PW
Kic. 2Sc 30c Keaar soil in I
nine tablet stauapad C C C
cure or year snoacr bars SS
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leaf duaaae. spfeadtd at a pis aaal ifcaaiijfa. aaf
f ways tanafc sasat every dnanrS wawa aavy a at a
' of madu. Raaway aad law! i ' taw
' lands far sale at lax pran aad aaaj a rati
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