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Danville Montour American (Newspaper) - June 5, 1902, Danville, PennsylvaniaMontour american Frank c. Angle proprietor Anville. Pa., june 5, 1902 communications. Al. Communications sent to the american for publication must be signed by the writer and communications not so signed will be rejected. Announcement. I hereby announce myself As a candidate for county commissioner subject to the rules of the Republican party. Your support is earnestly solicited. H. C. Handel. We Are authorized to announce the name of j. F. Mowrer of Derry township As a candidate for county commissioner subject to decision of Republican county convention. We Are authorized to announce the name of Charles w. Cook of Valley township As a candidate for county commissioner subject to the decision of the Republican party. I hereby announce myself As a candidate for Delegate to the state convention subject to the rules of the Republican party. Your support is earnestly solicited. Georoe w. Cromis or. I hereby announce myself As a candidate for county commissioner subject to the rules of the Republican party. Your support is earnestly solicited. C. Miller. I hereby announce myself As a candidate for county chairman subject to the rules of the Republican party. Your support is earnestly solicited. H. E. Seidel. Charged with f Raud which goodly in the Republican county convention at the court House on saturday morning at 10 of clock. Sunday is children a Day next sunday is set aside for the Observance of children a Day and in nearly All of the churches of the City special exercises will be held. Programs Are now being prepared and the exercises Promise to be appropriate and interesting. This order of exercises will be Ren Derd sunday morning in Mahoning Church at 10 30 o clock hymn Quot lord Oliy glory fills the heaven a invocation and the lords prayer Sabbath school glimpses hymn Quot homeless a hymn Quot around the throne of god in heaven Quot scripture Reading hymn a to Day of rest and gladness a hymn Quot gather them in a hymn Quot when i read that Sweet Story of old a hymn Quot to March to Victory a a readings and recitations hymn Quot fling oat the banners Benediction. The sunday school anniversary will to held in the evening at 7.30 of clock. There will be readings recitations and special music. The annual report of superintendent Howard Shultz will be read. Raymond h. Wilson a student at the Princeton theological Seminary will officiate at the services. All work and no play makes Jack a Dull boy. The application of this adage is becoming More apparent each year in the increasing practice of taking Summor vacations. Once looked upon As a luxury enjoyed Only by the wealthy vacations Are now consid de a necessity for every one. The exaction of business the faithful Devotion to duty and the activity that keeps this country to the fore makes it almost imperative for a time of recreation. When we work we work and when we done to we done to. With the same vigor that labor is accomplished the time of rest is enjoyed. Pleasure is an ii it Octant element in on vitality and those who neglect it miss the finest and Best of life. To enjoy ones self makes it a pleasure to see others also have enjoyment. To get away from the cares of flip daily life and to escape the routine of existence brightens our pathways and makes Gladsome our lives. For the vacation seeker there is an infinite variety of plans. Those who Delight to Camp out and fish can find no better place than near this City along the Susquehanna. The seashore attracts Many whose idea of the real pleasure of life is a dip in the briny and the inhalation of the Ozone from the Atlantic. The quiet farm Lias its lovers the mountains lakes and Wood Laud their devotees. The railroads reach so Many attractive spots and set Forth their beauties so glowingly that it is rather hard to fix a Jim the real Ideal. As All Are Good and As a vacation is conducive to Sunshine and longevity it behoves All to Tako advantage of their opportunities and get ready for their animal period of rest. State of Ohio City or , i Lucas county Kwahk j. Inaki a until Tufit lie is senior partner of the firm of e. .1, pm isco., doing business in the City of Toledo county and state aforesaid and that said firm will pay the sum of one let of. for each and every ease of oath Khz that eau not be cured by the use of 1 \ i i Ca Labhu Core. Frank j. I ii nov. Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence this tilth Day of i face her a i Issi. A. W. Of Eason i a a a notary Public. Skal j Hall s Catarrh cure is taken internally and arts directly on the blood and mucous sur faces of the system. Stand for testimony in is fret. F. Cheney amp co., Toledo o. Hold by drug Glah. 76�-. Halls family fills Are the Best. Were married at Reading. Jess1 b. Kelly of Derry township and miss margin it Foust of Limestone township were married monday at heading. The License was issued by prothonotary Vic but and the Happy couple went to barks county to have the knot tied. General Secretary w. D. Laumaster of this City will address the Susquehanna University y. M. C. A., at so i in Grove sunday evening. His address will be a part of the commencement exercises of the University. The much advertised miners Tea company whose representatives Here a week or ten Days ago were so busily employed is at present under a Cloud owing to its failure to open a store As advertised wherein it was agreed that certain obligations were to he discharged that had been assumed in tin canvass of the town. Representatives of the miners Tea company within a few weeks past have also been operating in Sudbury Milton and Bloomsburg and in each place they have been roundly denounced As swindlers the columns of the local papers being employed to expose their methods. Two representatives appeared in this City on May 11� and caused an advertisement to be inserted in the local newspapers stating in effect that on May 27 the miners Tea company would open a store in the Lauback building. No 1121 Mill Street and that at the opening ail housekeepers would be presented with a handsome picture Frame. At the same time it appears the representatives began an Active canvass of the town. They offered a package of baking powder for .�?~>0 cents. As a Premium they agreed to take a photograph and have it enlarged or transferred producing a handsome picture something like a medallion in form. They collected the fifty cents or As much More As they could i t and directed the purchasers to Call at the Tea store on the Day of the opening when they would receive the picture along with an artistic Frame was to be free. On May 27, tuesday last a number of people assembled Vicinity of the Laubach building but tote miners Tea company had not materialized. The card in the window announcing the opening bore the additional notice written with a Lead Pencil that the store would not open until monday june 2nd. In View of this although tilings began to look a Little off color people generally were willing to suspend opinion. When yesterday arrived and no one put in an appearance representing the miners Tea company there were none who doubted but what our town had been victimized. Christian Laubach owner of the building in which the opening was to occur gave up All Hope of seeing the men again and placed cards in the windows advertising the room for rent. Several persons were interviewed monday who had purchased the baking powder. They frit satisfied that they were swindled but As the loss was not heavy although somewhat chagrined they did not take the matter very much at heart. A few were inclined to laugh Over their experience. No one seemed to lament the loss of the Money so much As the photographs several of which can not he replaced. Mrs. Charles Frau East front Street delivered to the men a photograph of her three Sisters in a group. This enhanced the value of the baking powder a and she was charged 75 cents. Mrs. David Davis mrs. Frains Mother who is visiting in Danville was also won Over to the scheme and yesterday returned to herbs me in Wyoming 50 cents out of pocket. Mrs. Thomas Mcgovern showed a representative of the american a can of the baking powder. It is railed the a a Possum a Brand and the Label assures the suspicious housewife that it contains a no Terra Alba or every instance however the lady visited declared that in View of the fraud involved she a would no to for a moment think of using the the can contains about a pint and if pure is probably dear at 25 cents. The Slick a Tea agents it will be remembered made Good use of on Borough Council inducing that body to Grant the miners Tea company a special License of $150 per annul for canvassing. This answered the dough Pur a Oso of advertising the concern and disarmed All suspicion that there was anything crooked about the agents. Republican primary election tomorrow Friday at the usual voting places Between the hours of six and eight p. M. Ltd it Al 4> la i it it us i it Viz i Viz results from buying at our store. You get the most up to Date goods. You get Quality our first consideration. Yon get the Best goods at the lowest prices. You run no risk whatever in buying Here for everything we sell we guarantee. Our Strong Points Are practical knowledge of Quality and buying at lowest Cash prices. A amp Toby re Yipe Jex Reler and Silversmith. V it it it it la the grammar commencements to Day Marks a new departure in the Public schools of this City that has greatly interested the pupils and will he Gratifying to the parents and directors. The senior classes of the grammar schools will hold commence ment exercises in their respective rooms excellent programs having been prepared. Each class has its salutatorian and valedictorian its historian and Prophet and the details will be As carefully carried out a As the High school commencement. The first Ward exercises will begin at 30 of clock this morning. Those of the second and third wards Are to Start at 2 of clock this afternoon. The Garfield Lincoln literary society contest is also to be held this afternoon at 2 of clock in tin High school room. There a Are thirty nine members of the grammar senior classes to whom diplomas will he awarded As follows first Ward Harry Schoch s. Welliver Robert armes Jesse Tau Nahi 11,Maurice Dreifuss Frank Lech her John Boyer Charles Kostenbauder Baldy Smith Alvin Spaide William Mccoy Isabel Blue Grace Furman Alice Gross Ruth Moorehead May Moyer Florence Price Margaret Patton Lena Ridgeway. Annie Stein Brenner Madge Sanders Florence Trum Bower. Second Ward Ethel Chesnut Dora Jenkins Annie Keller Jennie Wood Side Harry Carodiskey Frederick Evans Raymond Wertz. Third Ward Stanley Morris George Jacobs Raymond Houser Wilbur Amesbury Katherine Gearhart Lottie Pursel Nellie Geise Laura Mann Martha Mellow Helen Geise. Unexpected but appreciated. Professor Gomer Thomas yesterday received a Fine testimonial from the woman a auxiliary of the y. M. C. A. When he returned from Bloomsburg during the afternoon he found awaiting him at his residence on ferry Street a Beautiful leather Bottom rocking chair. This to discovered to be a gift from the ladies of the auxiliary presented As a Token of their obligation to him for the excellent services he rendered As the musical director in the religious cantata a Queen professor Thomas is very grateful for the gift As will he seen from the following card of thanks. A to the ladies auxiliary allow me to thank you from the Bottom of my heart for your kind and grateful remembrance of my services in the rendition of a Queen i considered my Humble efforts fully remunerated but this Beautiful chair which you have so kindly presented me i shall Ever cherish As a highly prize memento. Again thanking you i big to assure you that when i Ever can be of any service to you in the future i shall boat your command. Respectfully yours Gomer Thomas. Read it in his newspaper. George Schanb a Well known German citizen of new Lebanon Ohio is a con Stant Reader of tin Dayton Volks Tuny. He knows that this paper Aims to advertise Only the Best in it columns and when be saw chamberlains pain Balm advertised therein for lame Back he did not hesitate in buying a bottle Ltd fit for his wife who for eight weeks had suffered with the most terrible pains in her Hack and could get no Relief. He says a after using the pain Balm for a few Days my wife said to me. 1 feel As though born anew and before using the entire contents of the bottle the unbearable pains had entirely vanished and she could again take up her household duties. He is very thankful and Hopes that a All suffering like via a will hear of her wonderful recovery. This valuable liniment is for Sale by Paules amp co. No. 352 Mill Street. The House of mrs. Ellen Walter one mile North of the gun Varia hotel was struck by lightning at 2 to of clock tuesday afternoon. The course of the lightning was Down the flue at the Gable end to the cellar Kitchen. The floor was torn up and the furniture carpet and dishes damaged. A valuable Shepherd log was killed. Those in the House were badly frightened hut All escaped injury. They suffered from the nervous Shock of the trying ordeal through which they passed. The Cost of the damage done will reach $200. Filthy temples in Ludia. Sacred cows often defile Indian temples. Hut worse yet is a body that s Pul muted by constipation. Don t permit it. Cleanse your system with or. Kings new life pills and avoid untold misery. They give Lively livers Active bowels Good digestion Fine appetite. Only 20c at Paules a cos drug store. Happy time in old town. A we Felt very Happy writes r. N. Bevill old town. In. A when Buek Leiis Arnica Salve wholly cured our daughter of a had Case of scald Heads. It delights All who use it for . Burns. Bruises. Boils ulcers eruptions infallible for piles. Only 25c at Paul a amp cons drug store. New refrigerating Plant. The refrigerating Plant at Foust Brothers brewery is now completed and is one of the Best in the state. The machine Lias a daily capacity of Twenty five tons and there Are a him dred and Twenty ice cans. It i intended to manufacture ice for general use later in the summer. The brewery is now being pushed to its utmost Capa Ity to fill the orders. East Danville Surprise party. A delightful Surprise party was Given tuesday evening at the Home of miss May Angle East Danville. An elegant luncheon was served and the hostess was the recipient of Many handsome presents. Those present were misses Sal lie Goss Edith Baylor Annie Byers Florence Mottern Ella Marshall Fannie Rishel Belle Riffel Anna Alciss messes. Harry Landau a liar Les Hemmerly Frank Fry John bal Lwilliam Pursel Samuel Mitchell Charles Mitchell and David Pursel. Or. And mrs. Percy m. Angle and or. A and mrs. A liar Les Rishel. My Little son had an attack of whooping cough and was threatened Withine Namonia but for chamberlains cough remedy we would have had a serious time of it. It also saved him from several severe attacks of . St Kiok Fadkin editor world Carld Tanir Haven Wash. For Sale by Paules amp co. No 852 Mill Street. Committee has been named. The Washington fire company is ready for its new building having named a committee at a meeting held saturday evening. The members of the committee Are 1. C. Williams James freeze chief of the fire department and John freeze. They will look after the preliminary work in reference to the building and will also go before Council to ask that the company he Given the lot and present House. Personal paragraphs will Start next monday. The new Rolls for the Danville rolling Mill Are sex j m eted to arrive Here wednesday. They will he set up immediately and the Mill will resume operations next monday. It of what does a had taste in your Mouth remind Yon it indicates that your stomach is in had condition and will remind you that there is nothing so Good for such a disorder As Chamberlain s stomach amp liver tablets after having once used them. They cleanse and invigorate the stomach Ami regulate the bowels. For Sale at 25 cents it or Box by Paules amp co no. 852 Mill Street. Mrs. O. C. Long West Mahoning Street ret urn gtd Iio Juc yesterday from a visit with relatives in Berwick. Mrs. Frank Jameson and children of Plymouth Are visiting at the Home of mrs. Samantha Jameson West Mahoning Street. Or. And mrs. W. C. Red line of Orangeville arrived in this City yes Tredway for a visit with or. And mrs. William Snyder Chambers Street. Mrs. Charles a Chuder and daughter Elizabeth of Allenhurst n. J., left yesterday for Berwick after a visit with or. And mrs. Henry Lyon Mill Street. C. Karns of fishing Creek was a visitor in this City yesterday. Miss sue Miller spent yesterday with friends in Bloomsburg. Mrs. Charles Frau Railroad Street left yesterday for a visit with relatives in Wyoming. F. G. Frey of Wilkes Barre was a Danville visitor yesterday. Rev. Adolph Meyer spent yesterday afternoon in Bloomsburg. Jacob Kling of Bloomsburg spent several hours in this City yesterday afternoon. Mrs. David Davis and son David of Wyoming returned Home yesterday after a visit with her daughter mrs. Charles Frain Railroad Street. Or. And mrs. A. Heath returned to Jersey City yesterday. Mrs. Joseph Nesbit of Lewisburg returned Home yesterday after a several Days visit with friends in this City. Mrs. Mary Jim Kins returned to her Home in Watsontown yesterday after a several Days visit with friends in this City. Or. And mrs. Oliver Drumheller spent yesterday with friends in Sudbury. Or. And mrs. Sloop Hunt left yesterday for a visit with friends in Haiti More and Washington i. C. Mrs. William Sutor spent last evening with friends at Boyds station. Or. And mrs. Edward Mellon returned last evening from a several Days visit with friends in Carlisle. Harry esterbrook spoilt yesterday afternoon with friends in Sudbury. Martin Schweitzer spent last evening in Sudbury. L. C. Cooper of Washingtonville was a visitor in this City yesterday. William c. Johnston of Bloomsburg spent yesterday in this City. A Apt. George Lovett returned Home last evening after spending several Days in Gettysburg. John Roberts returned Home last evening after spending several Days in Gettysburg. Mrs. William Stillwell returned last evening from a several Days visit with friends in Carlisle. William Robinson Church Street returned last evening from Philadelphia. Mrs. F. H. Vanillin returned last evening from a several Days visit with relatives in Coatesville. W. B. Allen of Bloomsburg spent yesterday afternoon in this City. Reese Edmondson transacted business in Bloomsburg yesterday. Leaped from moving train James Wheeland of Williamsport adjudged insane while being brought to the Hospital at this place Friday night made a daring leap from the moving train near Mausdale and escaped to the Mountain. The demented Man whose insanity is not of a violent Type was in charge of sheriff Millner of Lycoming county. He was As tractable As could be desired seemed to appreciate the necessity of treatment and offered no resistance when taken from his Homo. Out of deference to Wheeland the handcuff s were not placed upon his wrists although the sheriff to be ready for any emergency had them in his pocket. At West Milton during a a half an hours wait the mail in to several oranges. When in the Vicinity of Mooresburg lie remarked to tin sheriff a no necessity for watching me so close my heavens if 1 wanted to got away i con id have escaped at West Milton. A sheriff Millner however was not tin mail to allow an insane person to throw him off his guard and to kept i himself on the Alert. The train passed Mooresburg and nothing happened. It stopped at Mausdale. The insane t Man was leaning Hack in his seat i fanning himself apparently a Lcou corned. The train started up and had. Nearly reached full Speed when Wheeland made a dash for the ear door i which was open. The sheriff was after him in an instant but being a heavy Man was outdistanced by tin insane Man who gained the platform and jumped off alighted upon his feet and started for the Mountain As fast As in i could leg it. The sheriff much pm rated rashly followed suit falling As he struck the ground cutting his hand and one Lime on the Sharp cinders. The insane fugitive was soon out of sight so was the train and the sheriff found himself solitary and alone. He made his Way Over to the Public Road a where he found an Opportunity to ride 1 into town. He hunted no our chief of police to whom in gave a description of the insane Man. Wheeland is about 2fi years of age a and feet High in is dressed in a a dark suit wears a Slouch hat and has about a weeks growth of Beard Oil his face. Pretty distrustful. A c no a where site a in Len Mii Clil lie i i Rietl to it a it 1 or. A i told the postmaster of a town at the foot of the Cumberland that i proposed a two weeks trip Ninon the sights and scenes of tie big i Hills a said a de Troiter who roam All Over the country a and asked him f he could t give me a writing of some sort that would he a Safe conduct in i i met with Moonshiner. A yes i could write something Butin a a Fea red it would do no Good a he i replied. A they might a Lead the tto a i and know i wrote it. Hut they a St la he a a a suspicions of what a suspicions that you was a spy. They a be so suspicious that probably draw you up to a limb v Ith a rope around your neck and let you hang for a a a a then they d let me Down and be Lleve i was All right tin it y a a in a a Fea red not. In a Ufen red they d still he suspicious of a a a suspicious of what a a a a suspicious that you was a Rev it Noo Man. Then they d draw you up tin. And it might be two minis Lac in they let you Down this time. Two is a purty Long time to he Kickin and Chokin. A a but they would finally it me Down i asked. A a a Vos i reckon Quot a and he convinced that i was no Revenue Man Quot a yes they might but that w end it. They a still he suspicious a a a of what a Quot a that you was a blamed fule fur being up thar at All and this time they a pull you up and leave you hang in fur the Best part of a d troit free i res House i pm Shiner. Favorite High class draperies for doors and windows Iii if Nohr Oriental door Lenou int the the Arru n it a in a a lit of or Luis for Oil incl Imp Itira 1.1�. Res i n in Point aral nil Lori Imp Elk it. In considering the subject of door and window hangings the Delineator says a ten doorways Between rooms Are so common nowadays that hangings Are essential As a screen for privacy and to Check drafts. Foreign houses have never carried the openings of this kind to the extreme that is a in America at the or. It t a mat. Redi a Rainy Day in Japan. In the houses the streets and the gardens the places of Public resort everywhere in Japan is to is found the All pervading element of Art nil Beauty. A Rainy Day in Japan is not As in London a Day of gloom and horror but n Day of absolute fascination what a Joy is the spectacle of All the c Lovely yellow paper umbrellas unfurl eng themselves beneath n Shower like Flowers before the Sun the japanese have Given the nation not Only the House Beautiful but the Street a record in color a by Mortimer menses. It James when Laud tin insane Man from Williamsport who leaped from a Reading train at Mausdale Friday evening and escaped from Sheri it Milner of Lycoming county while 1 being brought to tin state Hospital a was caught yesterday morning at j Montoursville. He walk d into Wear 1 a res hotel where he was recognized and word was sent to Williams tort. John Bush a turnkey started at once for Montoursville. In the meanwhile Wheeland had left tin hotel a and to Cognize a Bush. He a made an attempt to get away and i there was a Lively Chase across a ploughed Field. Wheeland led for time but soon became weakened and was captured. Bush put the Handcuffs Oil him and took him to tin Lycoming county prison. Wheeland legged to have his hands free and also plead not 1� he taken into tin prison. Just where the in Saul Man spent the i time since his escape is not known. I he refused to to 11, saying that it was 110 ones Husin less. It is thought that a he followed tin route of tin new Telephone line on which he was employed As a lineman when tin line was built. He evidently had gone a Long tinn without food. He said that he was on the Way to the Home of his Unruh in locals Oak. He was brought to the state Hospital last evening. Water Bond holders take notice. Tin town Council a f tin thorough of Danville has called water Bonds nos. 2, 4, in and 7. Pm sons holding tin Ahova numbers will pro sent them tor payment july 1st, 11hi2. Iii cry it will i a a a ask at that time. Harry Ellen Bogon try Asur a. 1 a haul in a dining room. The dining room at the theddous House has 1h�ii handsomely papa red Haj a liar Les Henrie and it is not Only on of tin finest in this City hut in this Section of the tute. Landlord Hench is contemplate other improve intents to it his hostelry. Over work weaken your kidneys. Unhealthy kidneys make impure blood. dilates ily four Beauty is born in tin blood. Beauty is More than a skin deep a it is let xxx deep. When the blood is tainted by disease the flesh will feel it and the skin will show it. Sallow or Muddy complexions pimples blotches and eruptions Are Only the surface signs of impure blood. Face washes lotions complexion powders May palliate the evils but they cannot cure tin disease. The Only cure is to Deans the blood of the a on mutter which is tin cause of this outbreak in tin Flash and skin. Impure blood can in absolutely purified by the use of or. Pense s Golden medical do cover a. Its effect on flesh and skin is marked. Sores heal and disappear. The skin becomes smooth and re gains its natural color. The a yes brighten and sparkle the whole body is Radiant with tax brightness and Beauty. A a Golden medical discovery contains no alcohol whiskey or other intoxicant and is absolutely free from opium Ocain and other narcotics. Tin us of i or. Pierces pleasant pellets assists the action a it of the a discovery a by cleansing the system of clogging matter. Saved from an awful Fate. A everybody said 1 had consumption writes mrs. A m. Shields of a handlers Burg. i was so Low after six Mouths a of severe sickness. Cans is by i Lay fever and asthma. The if few thought i could get Well but i Learned the Merit of or. King s new discovery for a . Used it. And was completely for a desperate Throat and lung diseases it is tin safest cure in tin world and is infallible for Jongh. A Olds and Bra it a affections. Guiraut it to a Littles 50c and $1 00. Trial Hottle a free at Paules a it it no 852 Mill Street. Has gone to Philadelphia. Paul a. Groff who has been employed in the office of Howe amp polkas structural works left yesterday for Philadelphia where he has accepted a position. 1i< has Many friends in this City who Arlt sorry to see him leave but wish him Success in his new Home. Mrs. Groff will join her husband about tin first of july. For bilious Ness use a Hainly Rhein s stomach a Vij ver tablets. They cleanse the stomach and regulate tin liver and bowels effecting a Quick and permanent cure. For Sale by Paules amp co. No. 852 Mill Street. Romwald Farley. George a. Fornwald of Bloomsburg and miss Chrissie Farley of this City were United in Wedlock at Binghamton n. Y., saturday evening. The ceremony was performed by Rev. Harry s. Longly at the rectory of Christ episcopal Church at 8 of clock. The Bride is tin daughter of or. And mrs. Joseph Farley Kipps run and has been living in this City. Tin Groom is Ltd i compositor on the Bloomsburg a a morning press. A the prohibition Alliance. Application for membership in tin Danville prohibition Alliance May be made to any of this committee on membership Frank p. Johnson Rev. H. A. Harman and Ralph a. Phillips. They will cheerfully give any information concerning tin Alliance. College of music. Tin summer term a of this Well known sell�n>1 a it of music will Irgin july 21, six weeks instruction and Board for $88 As All Sci units have vacation at this time it gives an Opportunity to school children and teachers to attend. cuts desiring a Home like school for their children should Send of a or a talk a Guy to he sky b. Moykky Erkki Iuka. A. New parochial residence. Ground has been broken Fogt a a new parochial residence at the holy family Convent the general contractor being j. A. Smith of Wilkes Barre. The building will he a handsome one a it Brick from plans by Mccormick and French the Wilkes Barre architects. All the blood in your body passes through your kidneys once every three minutes. A the kidneys Are your blood purifier hey Fil a ter out the waste or impurities in the blood. If they Are sick or out of order they fail to do their work. Pains aches and rheumatism come from excess of uric acid in the blood due to neglected kidney trouble. Kidney trouble causes Quick or unsteady heart beats and makes one feel As though they had heart trouble because the heart is Over working in pumping thick kidney poisoned blood through veins and arteries. It used to be considered that Only urinary troubles were to be traced to the kidneys but now modern science proves that nearly All constitutional diseases have their beginning in kidney trouble. If you Are sick you can make no mistake by first doctoring your kidneys. The mild and the extraordinary effect of or. Kilmer a swamp Root the great kidney remedy is soon realised. It stands the highest for its wonderful cures of the most distressing cases and is sold on its merits by All druggists in fifty cent and one Dollar sizes. You May have a Sample bottle by mail free also pamphlet telling you How to find out if you have kidney or bladder trouble. Mention this paper when writing or. Kilmer fit co., Binghamton. N. A Good thing give it a push. Treatment of a doorway rial for making up a a a a Xor hanging or Portiero May he chosen from and of the goods suitable for heavy curtain for Winter use. In addition to the there an n i Ilner i a r a a bought in n single Width or in pairs f r a Doubli door from the cheapest Cotton prints of turkish origin to the rare embroideries from Persia. In the St Ilhan. Tout f. With a a narrow shelf above it sup it 1 on Bracky t \ Ita on the shelf adds interest to the doorway. Sometimes a shelf mry a fastened d ing nil used to display a set of Stein teapots jugs or rates. Grill work can Only be used to advantage with High ceilings and w1 re a Tail narrow door needs cutting d in in appearance. Iti considering first the offered in lace window demand for these of a noteworthy. A walk the dental part of any of a illustrate this Point. To often est seen As it As with the Woodwork Gene wiil Bosses 1�?~ lace whose distinctive feature is the Ltd a w ver into the pattern is applied upon the pet when the richest effects Are sought after. To screen the room from outside observation during the Day. This curtain is Hung against the panes of Glass for m a slender Rod fastened to it the top of the Sash itself under the roller of the Shade. From this lib ight it Falls wit at Fri i Ness to the Bottom of the Sash. Or a panel of lace is sometime used with a lace ornament in a a Center Sar Robinh a by insertion or two breadth a in the same manner each finished with lace or insertion on the Bottom and in nor Side. In country House where the curtains Are no it needed for screening they May a aught i a k. But i a a Case they should i Bung Over tin m in Dow casement. The in of get Femme curtain is of French origin and is a unique device for treating the windows in a by a manner with out shutting out the get the one shown in the 1 ill r i t on Ecru Brussels net. The Seal a 1 to once carrying out the mov a t the wide insertion. A a a Curt it f this Tajn so uld Clear the 1 eight Inch s. A. T lint the full i the lace edged flounce will a u against the panes of Glass. Altai ugh these curtains Are sgt i a tir s i,.��?� a a up a a i a a. Ond pair of lace of s is Souie tinn s add annual Statek school direct a a charter notice Lawrence Grom Ley of Watsontown returned Home yesterday after a Short visit with his brother i wis a Romley grand str it. Gray Mair a a have Usaj Ayers hair visor for Over thirty years. It has kept my Scalp free from Ilani Ruff and has prevented my to in from turning . H. A. Soule Billings Mori. There is this Peculiar Thi Riff about Ayers hair via or it i a i air food not a Dye. Your hair docs not suddenly Black look Cie id and lifeless. But i Adu ii the old color comes Back i1 the Rich dark color it to have. The hair stops falling too. I Oft a Bolil. All 4ruitt. Ii your druggist cannot Ftp Jay Yon and ii it no do a ii a ii do a will Pic its you i bottle. I Losert and Gie Tho name of your nor to it is Oft co. Add Ltd j. C a Yak co., Lowell my Lent no it of t 1.1 von a t a a my. I. in a Muyr Kos. Dear Silt a i think that every Man that has a team of Hersea Ltd any it Eek. Nair rat to Quot Luvea Little of mover White liniment ill the Malde or his Holme. I had a hours that. Stepped in a Hole with his front foot to mint Down the Mountain with a Trail of props and fell Forward and strained his shoulder Blade. That it swelled so fast that we Runold hardly get the Collar off. And in two Honra his neck was swollen to All the skin would hold we used your White dining lit in a few Days he was to work b Jain. And Doe. Not show any Sistna of lameness. 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