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   Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - December 23, 1905, Ada, Oklahoma                                GOOD BLOOD FOB BAD fllMumatlam Othar Blood Ot Cured toy Or. Pink with my pressed against took walls. In dampness and extremes of MM." Mid Mr. J. Q. Meokel. of 2075 Jackson arcane, Dubuque, Iowa, in experieuce to a reporter, At it not surprising Unit I con- rheumatism. For three years I ted affecting the joints of my kiraea aud elbows. My ankles and became so swollen I conld aoaroely walk on uneven ground and a tittle pressure from a stone under my teet woald cause me so much pain that 1 woold nearly sink down. I was often to lie in bed for several days at a My friends who were similarly troubled were getting no relief from Aootara and I did not feel encouraged to throw 'mouey awny for nothing. By Chanoe I read (he story of Robert Yates, the "Klaner Manufacturing Co., of Dabnque. who had a very bad cnse of thenmatism. I decided to try Dr. Wil- Hams' Pink Pills for Pale People, the remedy he had used. In three or four beginning to use the pills, X was much better and in three mouths I was well. The swelling of the joints and the tenderness disappeared, I conld work steadily for eight years I have had no return -of the trouble. My whole family believe in Dr. Williams' Pink Pills. Both my sons use them. We consider them a household remedy that are sure about. What Dr.WilUamsWink Pills did Mr. Menkel they are doiug for others. Every dose sends galloping through the veins, pure, strong, rich, red Mood that strikes straight nt the cause of all ill health. The new blood restores regularity, .and braces all the organs fot their special tasks. Get the genuine Dr. Williams' Pink Pills at yonr drujwrists' or direct from the Dr. Medi- cine Co.. Scneuectady. N.Y. After a woman has had to cut ber husband's flngcsr calls on the right hand for him she begins to talk a great deal of the helplessness of the men.- -Chicago News. MILK CRUST ON BABY. Lost All Hla Till Blood Ran Grateful Mother Tells of His Cure by Cutl- cura for 75c. "When our baby boy was three months old he had the milk crust very badly on his head, so that all the hair came out, and it itched so bad he would scratch until the blood ran. I got a cake of Cuticura Soap and a bos of Cuticura Ointment I applied the Cutleura and put a thin cap on his head, and before I had used half of the box It was entirely cured, his hair commenced to grow out nicely again. and he has had no return of the trou- Me. (Signed) Mrs. H. P. holmes, Ashland. Or." ___________ A real fond mother doesn't know which worry Is a rat may eat up the baby, or the cat she jftftM to keep iue rat away may suck the baby's breath. Ptso's Cure is the best medicine we ever used for all affections of the throat and O. Endsley, Vanburen, Ind., Feb. 10, 1900. The great need of the age seems to be neighbors who will not watt until they are mad to tell a woman her children need spanking. Her Good Advice. am often asked by friends what to do for skin troubles such as EC- Mtna, Ringworm and similar afflic- I always recommend Hunt's Cure. I consider It the surest rem- edy for Itching troubles of any char- acter, there Is made." Mrs. J. L Hlghtower, Palmetto, La. Twelve ships a week, on the aver- age, are wrecked on the oceans of the world. A girl should never any sue Is "go- Ing" w4th a fellow unless she has him measured for the harness. Are You Tired, Nervous and Sleepless? Nervousness and sleeplessness are ns- nally due to the fact that the nerves are not fed on properly nourishing blood; they are gtarvccl nerves. Dr. Pierco's Golden Medical Discovery makes pure, rich blood, and thereby the nerves are properly nourished and all the organs of the body are run as smoothly as machin- ery which runs in oil. In this way yon feel clean.-strong and are toned up and Invigorated, and you are good for a whole lot of physical or montal work. Best of all, the strength and In- crense In vitality and health arc lusting. The trouble with most tonics and med- icines which have a lurge, booming sale for a short time. Is that they arc largely composed of alcohol holding the drugs In solution. This alcohol shrinks up tho red blood corpuscles, and In the long run greatly Injures the system. One may feel exhilarated and better for the time being, yei'm the end weakened and with vitality decreased. Dr. Plcrce's Golden Medical Discovery contains no alcohol. Every bottle of It bears upon its wrapper I'M of Honesty, In a full list of all Its several ingredients. For the druggist to offer you something he claims Is "just as good Is to Insult your Intelligence. Every Ingredient entering Into the world-famed" Golden Medical Discovery" has the unanimous approval und endorse- ment of the leading medical authorities of all the several schools of practice. No other medicine sold through druggists for like purposes has any such endorsement. The "Golden Medical Discovery" not only produces all the good effects to be obtained from the use of Golden Seal root, in all stomach, liver and bowel troubles, as'In dyspepsia, biliousness, con- stipation, nlceratlon of stomach and bowels and kindred ailments, but the Golden Seal root used In Us compound- Ing'Is greatly enhanced In Its curative ac- tion by other ingredients such as Stone root, Black Cherrjrbarlt, Hloodroot, Man- drake root amd chemically pure triple- refined flycerine. "The Common Sense Medical Is sent froo In paper covers oa receipt of 21 one-cent stamps to pay the cost of mail- ing only. For 31 stamps the cloth-bound volumeTwill be sent. Address Dr. K. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N, Y. Dr. Pierco's Pleaiant Pellets cure con- stipation, biliousness aud headache. OLD BOSTON TOLLHOUSE OOLD One of Many Relics of Bygone In Disuse Since 1898. For tho paltry sum of the old tollhouse, one ot the many roHcs of bygone days in the city ot Cambridge, which, during Its existence has held probably many thousands of dollars, has been sold, says the Boston Tran- script. The house stood for more than a century at the Cambridge end of tjhe West Boston bridge, but during the last few years had been so badly In need of repairs that it was more of an eyesore than a thing to be admired ns having been handed down by our fore- fathers. The house had been in disuse since 1858, and from the appearance of it at the time of its demolition one might readily believe that no repairs had been made upon it since that time. It is probable that, so groat wna the re- joicing when the west Boston bridge was made a "free" bridge, there was no place in the hearts of Cambridge citizens for sentiment, anil none avose in the hearts of their descendants to prompt them to preserve the old land- murk. The toll house was first used v.hen the Boston bridge, known as, the "great bridge." was completed ir 1793. No person was allowed to pass over without first visiting tho tollhouse to pay the pittance which vas demanded of him. In 1S03 Moses Hartley was made the toll collector, rnd continued In that capacity until 185S, when the bridge was made a 1 free" bridge. A Mood. It la Rood to agninst wind nnil mlu In tho kwn, awoet weather that autumn The horse shnKos not tho drops from hN muni-. Tho wild Mid flicks not tho wet from hoi In eladdor ftmhlnn than I toss free Tho mist-dulled Bold of my blight hair tl.ijt. What time the winds on their heel- wings And all the Is friends with me. Nono onn ipiu'h me to wound or oheer; Sound of woonini? and sound of N  tumble ine, I r in heal. Rut the wliuli loud luugh, and the sibilant stiong. Lulled tush of tain through the sapless weeds 0 rare dear ve lire hole ajiiiln; 1 will woo >o muidens aie wooed of With oaths foiRottin and bi oken creeds' Ye shall not lack for the sun's fierce shln- IHR- Wuh the irold of my hair will I make glad. For >our blown, red forests Rlvo no le How ai" my lips, will still be STd' I'omfort comfoi t e d.ns of (loud, of shadow, of wrath, of I who e >e am OOITH at hust 1-nuKh to welcome me' cr> alinid' Kor wild am I ns thy winds and Kroo to ome and lo so us Love's moon not tho tides of my There Is no that can bid me sl.iv Out and away OH the dn itched, blown lea' Out to the grent, glad heuit of the year' to srrieve for nothing to 'ear. l-'eturless. lawless a tiiiilden free' Herald. A Rare Doubloon. W.ttiivm Gebhard. a SchoharU county Nov. Yorker, holding a posl tion in the United States sub-treas- ury, owns a gold coin which conies very near having a history. It is a Portuguese doubloon of about the value of and is dated 1729. On one side It Is Inscribed "lonnes V D. G Port et Alg. Rex." around a wom- an's head, and on the other Is the coat of arms of Portugal. Us mint- age mark is R., wherever that Is. Its milling, or booking, Instead of being of the modern design, is composed of a wreath, or chain, about the edge of the coin. It is, so far as the wear and tear of circulation are concerned, as new as it was in the year of its birth, for in that year it came. Into the haniN of John Gebhard, burgo- master of Fiankfort-on-the-Main, and for 17t! years, six generations. It has remained in tho family. The sturdy burgomaster bequeathed it to his posterity with the proviso that it should not be parted with except for bread. Thus far no Gebhard of that family has needed bread sufficiently to part with the heirloom. Yellow Times. "Ef dese oln't de funnies' times 1 cher see den I done gone said Toot the other day. "Wot's de asked Mr. Hud- son. replied Toot; "clat's wot de mattah, Mr. Hudson. Eberyt'ing >ul dat's de onlies' color we vpre 'bout tleso People flghtin' yaller; pick up a paper, hit's jailer, man gits do fever, hit's yaller; see a comln' down the si root, he's >allei. Hit do beat man time, .Mist; h so1 "An" do? 's all evils, declared Mr Hudson. "FH> is" replied Toot; "an" jailer ovll.s tei hoot, an' look lak de whole worl's rcittin' dat way, too, But lem- me tell >o' dls, Mlstah Hudson; right jeie I t'ank do fo' beln' black, mo', I's gwlno fer stay black "--A. n Holcombe In Judge. OUR GROWTH IN FINANCE United Holds of Banking Power of the World With only twentieth of the irorld'a inhabitants, the United Stat.es has two- thirds of the banking power (capital, surplus, de- posits and Our ascen- dency here has been obtained In the past two decades. Since 1890 the world's banking strength has grown 105 per cent, while that of the United States has expanded 170 per cent, and that of New York city 200 per cent. Of the of the weekly aver- age of the banii clearings of the ninety- three cities which make reports, New York contributes two-thlrda. New York city's bank clearings average 25 per cent In excess of London's. And the greater part of this stupen- dous banking growth in New York city and the. United States In general Has taken place within the easy recoiiee-i of thousands of persons who, In their various employments, are still ac- tively at work. Contemplating the vast expansion which has given the United States a long lead over all olhor countries in manufactories and mining, which has placed American products in every market on the globe, which has built up in this country a railway system which comprises two- fifths of that of the entire earth, and which bos Increased the country's wealth from in Washing- ton's days to in Roose- velt's, the American banker using the words of Aenens, say: "All of this I saw, and part of this I Weekly. LIFE PARTNER OF PLAYWRIGHT C. F. Daly, passenger traffic mana- ger of the New York Central west of Buffalo, aud Warren Lynch, general passenger agent of the Bis Four, were called to New York recent- ly for conference with President New- man. A plan Is said to be on foot to transfer Mr. Daly to New York passenger traffic manager of the New York Central, to give Mr. Lynch the Chicago post, to retire Oeorge Daniels, general passenger agent of the New York Cential, and to make H. J. Rheln, now general passenger agent of the Lake Erie and Western, general pas- senger agent of the Big Four. Mr. Daniels has confirmed the report as to his retirement. He will be made gen- eral advertising manager of the sys- tem. Nickname of Coin The standard siUcr coins being usefl in tho Philippines are known as having been named for Charles A. Conant, nfiu was sent to ;he Islands to pre pare a coinage sys- '.em. The authorities in Washington objected to this nickname and directed that the coins should be known as Philippine currency. Before this or- der arrived they were universally called and notwithstand- ing the official mandate tho name has ktuck. Little Ctrl Who Started Him Toward Fame Shares Royalties. Augustus Thomas, a playwright who enjoys a very great and very well deserved vogue at the present time. Invariably shares his royalties with the person who first persuaded him to take up his profession, says Munsey'a Magazine. Many years ago, in St. Louis, while sitting on his knee, a lit- tle girl told Mr. Thomas that she had just read a perfectly beautiful story in St. Mr. Thomas, very much Interested, asked her to lend him the magazine, The story was Mrs. Francis Hodgson Burnett's "Bdltha's Burglar." Mr. Thomas dramatized it rather, he used the characters of the little girl and the burglar, and out of the situation evolved a very sweet and charming little play of hla own. When "The as he called it, was put upon the stage, Its success was Instantaneous. It proved the nerstone of his artistic career, which has since produced such flue comedies as "In "Ari- "The Earl of "Mrs. nnd "The Other Girl." Of course he has not been wholly exempt from failure. Tho prestige of "Alabama" and "Arizona" did not save him when he went a lit- tle farther down the list of states and wrote but few play- wrights have been consistent in the quality of their work. The little girl who unconsciously started htm on the road to fame IF now Mrs. Augustus Thomas. "THIRD DEGREE" AN OUTRAGE. Cleveland Journal Denounces Abuse of Power by Police. The report that Cunllffe, the ex- press company employe who stole in cash from his employers, been put through what the police rail the "third degree" In order to ex- tort a confession from him again raises the question why tho police ure permitted to resort to such coer- measures whenever they see flt. To hear that Cunliffe, for example, was not permitted to rest, eat or sleep until ho made the disclosures re- quired of him suggests a Pokln prison mther than a Pittsburg police station. It is worthy of remark, too, that the victim of this savagery Is invariably a prisoner without money or friends. Xone of tho ''aristocracy of crime" is rver subjected to the "third If tho "tnird degree" should be ap- plied to a thieving bank president tho v hole country would be made to ring with the outrage and the "third de- gree" would become on the Instant as extinct as the "boot" or the Cleveland Plain Dealer. Cures Blood, Skin Troubles, Cancer, Blood Poison. Greatest Blood Purifier Free. If your blood Is Impure, thin, dls- hot or full of humors, If you have blooil poison, cancer, carbuncles, eating sores, scrofula, eczema. risings and lumps, scabby, pimply skin, bone pains, catarrh, rhoumatl-itn, or any blood or skin disease, tako Bo- tanic Blood Balm (B. B. B according to directions Soon all sores heal, aches and pains atop, the blood is made pure and leaving the skin tree from every eruption, and giving the rich glow of perfect health to the skin. At the same time. B. B. B im- proves the dlReslion, cures dyspepsia, strengthens wenk kidneys. Just the medicine for old people, as It gives them new, vigorous blood. Druggists, Jl per large bottle, with directions for home cure. Sample free and piepntd by writing Blood Balm Co Atlanta, Ga. Describe trouble and special free medical also sont In sealed let- B. B B. Is espeiiiUly ndvlsed for chronic, deep-seated cases of Impure blood skin disease, and cures after all else falls. An Atchlson woman is such a spend- thrift that her friends are siirprised that she has not succeeded In spend- ing a gold tooth she has in her head. Right Out of His Mouth. Miss May and Miss Evelyn Fisk, vhe daughters of H.TVPV have established a fine dairy farm in Now Jersey. Of these enterprising young Indies a Tronton woman said the other clay: "I am not surprised that they should have taken up dairy farming. They af> always doing original things. They me very capable persons. "The older Miss Flsk participated in some amateur theatricals that we had In Tronton some years ago. She was unable to lehearse much. She knew her part rather badly And yet .she did well She was, you see, ao clover. "But the young man who played Roderick said lo lior at the end of the performance: "'By jove, >ou know, you did rather badly, didn't 'Why I thought I got on famously' Misa Flsk answered. said Roderick, 'what on earth induced you to sneak my lines In the third act? Tho best lines I had, "'Well, you see. I had forgotten my said Miss Flsk. 'I had to say something.' Enquirer. Before going into a scheme that seems to promise great returns put away enough money to pay for a re- turn ticket. Medicine Men Keep Secrets. Bishop Ilnnlon of Uganda, in de- hcribint; some of his experience In otnlral Africa, said recently that though many of the medicine men had con converted, they could not be In- diiced to cairy I heir confession so far to divulge their undoubted valu uble remedies for native disease, i-oine of tho converted medicine wom- en were not so reticent, but their rev- elations were generally worthless. Ethiopian Revolution. At the locent meeting of the Ger- man Colonial Congress in Berlin, Marensky, formerly a missionary In South Africa, said, in speaking of the negro propaganda of "Africa for the there was no t what- ever that a great rising would take place sooner or later in South Africa, menacing alike British, German and Portuguese authority. FROM PLANT TO CIGAR. Frank P. has recently returned from a trip through the best tobacco BOC- tlons, looking over the growing fields. IIo noted tho best crops and engaged them, nnd will go liitor to watch tho curing nnd packing of same. Ho also, while thoi o, cx- Binined Homo of his large holdings of old to- bacco nnd found this to bo growing riihor In qimlity ovory day. The Lewis Single Binder factory probably controls inoro fancy graded tobacco than any other cigar factory in tho United States Smokers of Single Binders have evidently learned this fnct which accounts for tho evor increas- ing demand. In spite of tho faet that tho factory sends out no traveling salesman to boom its pood quality to tho trade, tho Single Binder Sales reached seven million last year ami will exceed eight million in 1905. Tho Single Binder soils itself. For twenty-throe months this factory has been behind in its The average woman would rather have a husband who tolls her all he hears than a house with seventeen closets. Important to Examine carefully every bottle of CA8TO1UA, a safe nnd euro remedy for Infants and children, and 8co that It Bcirn the Signature of In Ueo For Over 3O Tears, Tho Kind Ton Uavo Always Bought, Don't place too nmcti confidence in a man's opinion of himself. The asa can make as much noise as the lion. Mm. Wlnilow'n Soothing- Byron. For children teething, nofteni tho gurai, roaucei In, 2.1ctbottla> To a hungry man a head of cabbage has a sweeter odor than a bunch of Tloleta, Opportunities. Hill Slmpluns gits along, an' is renl "A mlRhty snmrt jounit follor" Is th' way tfot him .slzri) An' Hill's unrornninn likely, but ho rmti'h'nlly lalls tint, H'onuso he's sot oil chancta th't ho never kin Kit at. I mind him tnlkln' mighty bis o' things th't hi- c'cl do. If ho c'd pit IIWHV from >erc an' put his Ideos through. "V" see, this thiiiK Bits on hln mind an' sorter koi ps him down, KVatiMs ho chances th't c'onio up light ycio in town. lie seems t' a spoolnl Rift for spot- tin' oveiy dnv. A Rolden oppm toimlly, blx hundred miles An' while he mlllyuna In some fur- otT promise-land, Ho ovnlooks chances th't Is ahowin' light at hand An' now he kinder sots aroun' nn' dreams o' flndln' mines, IIo -won't see nothin' in promotin' trolley lines: Kr clriuim' up n fnriuno hero t' hum, but Jos' lives off hla dad, Wllo o' Jod Hanks, th' butcher, noeds clerk, all-lired bad. Puck. Tackled the Wrong Party. During tho National Civic Federa- tion's convention In Now York Sam- uel Gompera, apropos oil a mistake, said: "It might havo ben as embarrassing as the position of a young man of Toledo whom I heard about the other day. "He had been calling now and then on a young Toledo lady, and one night as he sat In tho parlor waiting for her to come down her mother entered the room instead and asked him in a grave, stern way what his Intentions were. "He turned very red and wns about to stammer some Incoherent reply when suddenly the young lady called down from the head of the stairs: mamma, that Is not the ona.'" I Tho Boy and Tsxt One Sunday a llttie boy was cent to church by his father. On his return his parent, wishing to find out wheth- er the boy had been attentive to the sermon, asked him: "Well, Bobby, what was the text this The little chap thought for a min- ute, then said, "Oh, it was something like 'Don't be scared, you'll get back your quilts.' The father, hardly able to bfllleve his ears, rang up the clergyman and aoked hint what portion of scripture ho had used for a text that morrlmg. This was the answer, "Pear not, for the Comforter will come." DeflaAce Starch should be In every household, none so good, besides 4 oz. more for 10 cents than any other brand ot cold water starch. A sacrifice for the welfare of some one does double duty by producing a feeling of self-satisfaction. Can anybody explain how It Is that at G o'clock in the morning the tem- perature of the furnace is six degrees lower than the air York Press. Insist on Getting It. Some grocers say they don't keep Defiance Starch. This Is because the> have a stock on hand of other brands containing only 12 oz In a package, which they won't be able to sell first, because Defiance contains 16 oz. for the same money. Do you want 16 oz. Instead of 12 OS. for same money? Then buy Defiance Starch. Requires no cooking. There arc people who divide their time between patting themselves on the back and kicking themselves. Why It Is tho Best la because made by an entirely differ- ent process. Defiance Starch Is un- like any other, better and more for 10 cents. The fellow who never does anything Is the one who can always tell how everything ought to be done. Stands Head. There is something about Hunt's Lightning Oil that no other liniment possesses Others may be good, but it Is surely the best. It does all you recommend it for, nnd more. For sprains, bruises, cuts, burns, aches anil pains it has no equal on earth. It stands head on my mo'liclne shelf. Very truly yours, T. J. Brownlow, Livingston. Tenn. Some people are always willing to tell the truth when it is disagreeable to somebody else. The early bird sometimes catches Bvery -housokceoer that If they will buy Oehance Cold Water Starch for laundry use they will sate not only time, because It never sticks to the iron, but because each package contains 16 oz. one tub while all other Cold Water Starches aio put up In V, p'Mind pack- ages, and the price Is the same, 10 cunts. Then again because Defiance Starch Is free from all Injurious chem- icals. If your grocer tries to sell yon t 12-oz. package it is be has t stock on hand which he wisher to dispose of before he puts In Deflnnce. He knows that Defiance Starch has printed on every In large let- ters and figures "1C oxs Demand De- fiance aud sav3 much tlnio and money ftnd the annoyance c' iron stlcK- inn. Defiance never Mf Us Pawnbrokers Follow the Flag For the first time In its history Honolulu has shops Two hive been started the past two weeks. As a consequonc" tho soldiers of the United Stiles nrmy transport Buford pawned hundreds of articles In order to set money for liquor. Musical instruments were tho principal ar- ticles pledged or sold. Anything that Is unnecessary is dear, no matter how cheap it may be. No literary critic is .Instilled In abus- ing a after he has read it. TRAFFIC DEPARTMENT CHANGED Announcement of Important changes Jn the trafllo derailment of the Wa- bnsh and Wheeling and Erie railroads nnd of the appointment of a now general manager for the eastern Gould line, the Western Maryland, havo been made. Vice President B. A. Worthlngton of the Wabash linos cast of Toeldo luis Issued announcing the appointment of C. H. Newton to be Joint agent of the Wheel- ing and Lake Erie and Wabash-Pitls- burg terminal railroads at Toledo, ef- fective on Dec. 3. It Is also an- nounced that tho oflico of general freight agent of tho Wabush at St. Louis is to be abolished, and S, B. Knight, the prt sc-nt Incumbent, has been appointed Industrial aKent. Horace Clark, general manager of the Western and West Vir- ginia Central railroads, the Gould tidewater lines, has resigned, nnd Alexander Robertson, formerly gener- al manager of the St. Louis Terminal railroad, has been appointed in his stead. Kelly Gets Higher Position. Instead of R. F. Kelly coming to Chicago to supersede Frank Palmer as assistant general passenger agent of the Wabash at Chicago, it was an- nounced yesterday that Fred H. Tris- tram, formerly assistant general pas- senger agent at Pittsburg, will have the Chicago post, and Mr. Kelly will succeed Tristram at Pittsburg. Thia promotion will place Tristram next In authority to the general passenger of the Wabash. JOYS OF MATERNITY A WOMAN'S BEST HOPES REALIZED Mm Potts How Women BbouM Prepare for Motherhood The darkest of husband wife are when they come to look ward to childless and lonely old age. Many a wife found herself Inca- pable of motherhood owing to dis- placement of the womb or lack of' strength lo the genera-tire Mrs. Anna Potts Frequent backache and distressing- pains, accompanied by offensive dis- charges and generally by irregular and scanty menstruation Indicate a dis- placement or nerve degeneration of the womb and surrounding organs. The question that troubles women Is how can a woman who has some fe- male trouble bear healthy children? Mrs. Anna Potts, of 510 Park Avenue, Rot Springs, Ark., writes: My Dear Mn. During the early part of my married life I wns delicate in health both my husband and I were very anxious for a child to bless our home, but I hod two miscarriages, aud could not carry a child to maturity. A neighbor who had been cured by Lydla, E. Pinkfuun's Vegetable Compound advised me to try it E did so and soon felt that I growing stronger, my and left me, I had no more bearing-down pains, and felt like a new woman. Within a year E became the mother of a itrong, healthy child, the Joy of our home. Lydla E. Pink- ham'i Vegetable Compound u onrtainly a splendid remedy, and I wish every wcmaa who wants to become a mother would try it." Actual sterility in woman is very rare. If any woman thinks she is ster- ile, let her try Lydia B. Piakham's Vegetable Compound and write to Mrs. I'inkham, Lynn, Mass. Her advice free to expectant or would-be mothers. A girl of sixteen always wants to do the things she will never let daughter do when she has one of that age. Try It Once. There Is more actual misery and less real danger in a case of Itching, skin disease than any other ailment. Hunt's Cure is manufactured especi- ally for these cases. It relieves In- stantly and cures promptly. Abso- lutely guaranteed.__________ President Roosevelt has received twice the number of honorary degrees ever given any president. Two doc torates have been conferred upon him this year. His bachelor of aria WHS conferred upon him twenty-five yea is ago by Harvard. In addition he now write after his name eig'it LI D's and one L. H. D He Is the president to receive the latter Greatest Organ Offer Ever Made Genutae KIMBALL At factory Prices On Payments, per Mcntk nA MBSOLVTELY- FRKm am of the organ ttnvM tncs by httle, to pa; for it. 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