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When they are weak, torpid, or atamani,
the whole aystem suffers. Don't neglect
them at tbla time, but heed the warning ol
the aching back, the bloated tace, the aallow
qpmplsxlon. the urinary disorder, aud begin
treatment at once with
BIG FLEET IS OFF
Small Chance Congraaa Will Reform
Sixteen Battleships Start Out tor
which contains the best and safest curative
IRE REVIEWED BY PRESIDENT
it la One That Brings Forth Ad
miration o f Every bpeciator,
Many Being Foreigners.
Id l'oint Comfort, Va., Dio. 17.—
een hard hitting, gleet belted Amer-
buttlegbipg, guiig bristling and
y of girth, but gpurkling white in
t immaculate dressings of peace,
ted away yesterday under the daz-
Washington, Die. 16.— It can be
st ited un the highest authority that if
the subcommittee of the house commit
tee on (tanking anil euirency now deal
ing with the subject can have its way
uo effort will be made by the present
congrtge to adopt legislation iemedial
of the present financial condition. All
the energies of that committee will be
diiected toward the framing and pass
age of laws mine general in character
and which will be intended to preclude
shrinkage of the circulation, entailing
widespread financial distress.
The subcommittee held a four hours’
conference today with its chairman,
Representative Fowler, of New Jenny,
at which the b ill which the subcom
mittee has undertaken to draft was
earnestly discussed, but no decision as
to its precise character and scope Was
reached. It is not likely the subcom
mittee w ill be ready to report on the
bill until after the holidays. Men high
in the world of finance w ill be given an
rtunity to appear before the com-
>e to present their views ou the
ich time w ill be spent in both the
> and senate in considering the bill
reported, and it ie the hope of
lembers of the iianking committee
he finances of the country will
>o adjusted themselves by that
hat there will be no nec«esity lor
ition looking to the correction of
There is one thing that w ill
cure it— A ye r’a H air Vigor.
It is a regular scalp-medicine.
It quickly destroys the germs
w h ic h c a u s e th is d ise a se .
The unhealthy scalp becomes
healthy. The dandruff disap
pears, had to disappear. A
healthy scalp means a great deal
to you— healthy hair, no dan
druff,no pimples,no eruptions.
T h e bee*, k in d o f a t e s t im o n ia l—
“ S o ld l o r o v e r s i x t y y e a r a .”
Made by J. C. Ayer Co., Lowell, Maas.
▲Lao manufacturara of
M a k in g T h in g » E v e n .
Customer (to watchmaker)— I told
you that my watch lost half an hour
every day, and now that you’ve repair
ed It It gains half an hour.
Watchmaker— Well, don't complain,
tt’s onlv working to catch ud lost time.
v u m p e n a a iio n .
The private soldier in the regulhr army
wiped his perspiring forehead.
“ I didn’t mind spadin’ up the colonel’s
garden, and whitewashin’ his barn, and
I for Their Lives Until Troops that sort of thing,” he said, “ but how the
Arrived in Golofield.
Sam Hill can a man do all this and main
dfield, Nev., Dec. 16.—•Delrga- tain his position in society on $13 a
tions from the Woman’s club, of Gold month ?”
field, ami from the chamlar of com
S id * L t r h t a on H ia t o r f.
merce, Merchante’ association and Min
George Washington had lost the battle
ing exchange called on General Funston of Brandywine.
this afternoon to acquaint him further
“ The prohibitionists are carrying ev
with the conditions which have prevail erything before them in Kentucky and
ed in Goldfield previous lo the coming Georgia, too!” he groaned.
of the United States troops and the sit
Climbing hastily on the nearest water
uation which led to the sending of Gov wagon, he gave the order for retreat.
ernor Sparks’ dispatch to Washington Not so if you stop at the Carroll Inn—
—‘-'-lg (j)at trcop, be gent here.
3ood place to display one’s apparel In;
of these delegations doubtless was
Where all the day long
ise of the efforts that are copstant-
You may revel in song,
eing made to have the troops And carol in Carroll Inn, Carolyn.
neral Funston said, after the con-
ces were over, that the statements
a revelation, especially those made
ie women, who are wives of ptom-
t citizens of Goldfield.
ts, he said, showed that for days 'ELLS HOW TO MAKE A SIMPLE RHEU
women of Goldfield had lived in a
MATISM CURE AT HOME.
i of constant terror, until the com-
>f the troops though no instances of
hing more than trivial annoyances Prescription Given Which Sufferers of
Dread Disuse Can Easily Make
Up and Try at Home at
A K E C A N A D A IN D E P E N D E N T
W O M E N IN T E R R O R .
hor again, reviewed the passing
lie blue of the sky, the stretch of
en eea miles, the glistening of spot-
i hulls, the curl of foam-created bow
,ee, the cheering of ealore afloat and
inde ashore, the breeze-blown strains
“ Anld Lang Syne,” floating across
i waters, the blare of trumpets, the
File of drums, the flash of signals and
m o rlrpfl
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ssies at Washington and many cor-
jpomients who have seen war service
. foreign journals jjeely declared that
■stenlay’s naval display was the most
iipressive they had ever seen.
c ility with which the big vessels were
. indled, the manner in which they
vVre maneuveied into single column
frTmation, and the perfect alignment
which was mainta neil tothe southward
turn from the cape called out the warm
est admiration. The thrill of tlie beau-
tiful marine picture was felt until the
last wind blown spiral of smoke was
lost on the horizon.
The first part of the fleet’s journey
will briLg it to Tiinidad on Chrl-tmas
eve, and thtre, amid the heat of the
tropics, the Cl r stmas celebratior s will
he held. Hundreds of good-bye tele
grams were fla-hed to the ships by
w irelye telegraph as they left the road-
stead and ha I turned down the south
These vessels made up the fleet which
sailed yesterday under command of
Rear Admiral Robley D Evans:
Connect cut, 16,000 tons; Louisiana,
16,000 tone; Kansas, 16,000 tons; Ver
mont, 16,000 tons; Georgia, 14,948
tons; Virginia, 14,948 tons; New Jer
sey. 14,948 tons; Rhode Island, 14.948
tons: Minnesota, 16,000 tons; Ohio,
12,500 tons; Maine, 12,500 tons; Mm
souri, 12,500 tons; Alabama, 11,525
tons; Illinois, 11,525 tons; Kearsarge,
11,525 tons; Kentucky, 11,525 tons;
Culgoa, supply ship, 5,725 tons; Gla
cier, supply ship, 7,000 tons; Panther,
repair ship, 3,380 tons;
tender, 975 tons.
G o ld M o v e m e n t 0 1 0 6 ,3 6 0 ,0 0 0
winners w il be n«»>ded promptly by
Destiny is Union With United States
or M orerchial Independence
Ottawa, Ont., Dec. 1§.— The inde
pendence of Canada is now being open
ly discussed and in a measure promoted
befoie some of the most important pub
lic bodies of the dominion. Today the
idea of Canada as a nation is looming
large on the public mind, and it has in
a very short space of time marvelously
( hanged public sentiment in that re-
Speaking before the Canadian club at
Ottawa, J. 8. Ewart, K. C., ol Toronto,
predicted that Canada would yet fill an
position in the world.
Then she would pursue either one of
three courses— a union with the United
States as an independent republic, a
union with Great Britain as an inde
pendent monarchy with her own sov
ereign, or an independent monarchy
with allegiance tothe British sovereign.
Canadian opposition against the im
p e r il government was directed not
against the king, but againBt tiie colo
nial secretary, who is generally ignor
ant of colonial matters.
Long List Yet to Harg.
8t. Petersburg, Dec. 16.— The autho
rities have just completed their investi
gation of the daring terrorist robbery
of October 27, 1906. Thirteen men al
ready have been executed for connection
with this outrage, and 80 others are to
be tried for complicity.
of October 27 was a daring affair.
bund of 15 revolutionists attacked a
ranliier of the custom house who was
proceeding in a carriage from the sub-
treasury. They wrecked the vehicle
All Quiet in Japan.
Tokio, Dec. 17.— The announcement with a bomb and made their escape
of the sailing of the Atlantic fleet of with $193,000.
the Unite I States navy has not been
Bankers Go Scot Free.
received by the newspapers of Tokio or
by the government officials. A ll public
Chicago, Dec. 16.— Five directors of
men who have been interviewed by the the defunct Milwaukee Avenue State
Associated Preen representative accept hank were freed today when Judge
the sailing of the fleet as a foregone Windes held that the statute under
conculsion and it is not likely that the which they had been indicted is uncon
actual start w ill cause the slightest rip stitutional. Michael A. Labuy, Joeb
ple of excitement.
Everyone accepts luster, Marcus Kirkeby, Frank
the assurances of friendship offered by Crane and E. L. Johnson are the men
America concedes the right of that na who profit by the decision.
tion to send its warships to the Pacific. Stensland, president of the hank, and
Henry Herring, cashier, who were
found gnilty of embezzlement and are
Another Mina Explosion.
YolaDde, Ala., Dec. 17.— A disas now serving terms in the sate prison,
trous explosion took place in mine No. w ill not be affected by the decision.
1 of the Yolanda Coal A Coke company
Agree on Incorporation.
at 10:26 o’clock this morning.
Santa Rosa, Cal., Dec. 16.— Article»
impossible lo tell at this hour how
many are dead as a result of the explo of incorporation and by-iaws of th • Pa
sion. the estimates varying all the wav cific Coast Hopgrowers’ union, the pur
from 40 to 60. The work of rescue has pose of which is the combination of
been extremely slow because of the de hopgrowers of California, Oregon and
bris in the mines and the large crowd Washington, were adopted here today.
of women, children and sightseers at A committee was also named to visit
The explosion is now Oregon and Washington to organize
known to have occnrred in either the growers of those states, and, when such
organization is effected, 10 of the 15
fifth or the sixth right entrance.
directors are to resign and give plaje to
five irons each of the states mentioned.
Short of Cash In Alaska.
Seattle, Dec. 17.— A special frrm
Buy Ties in Hawaii
Fairbanks, Altska. says;
I.os Angeles, Dec 16.— The Santa Fe
Washington-Alaska and First National
tank of Fairbanks will go on a clearing Railroad company has juat contracted
Only $50 a day with for 5,000,000 road tiea in Hawaii, the
drawal w ill be allowed each depositor. biggest contract ever let for auch mate
A committee of depositors representing rial to be shipped by water. The ship-
the Fairbanks Ranking company, which ments may result in the establishment
recently closed its dcors, reported today ' f a freight steamship line between San
that the assets exceeded the liabiliites Pedro and Honolnin.
by 1354,815 and the hank w ill probably Pacific may also place similar erdera in
open on a clearing house baa's soon.
N ew Yotk, Dee 17.— The Gnarantee
Trust company today announced the
engagement of 1600,000 in gold fog im
Laiard Freree have engaged an
additional $1 600,000 in gold t<* im
port. This makes the total movement
W ILL DO NO I HIND.
Old Suit Cleared Up.
St. Lnnie, Dec. 16.— The decision of
a jury >n the Prohate eonrt today on an
instrument of writing confirmed as the
w ill of So omen P. Sublette, a pioneer
who died in 1857, and title to 208 acres
of land in the eoothwes'em part of Ht.
Looii, valued at $2,500,000, it elea red.
To relieve the worst forms of Rheu
matism, taka a teaapoonful of the fol
lowing mixture after each meal and at
Fluid Extract Dandelion, one half
ounce; Compound Kargon, one ounce;
Compound Syrup Sarsaparilla, three
These harmless ingredients can be
obtained from any drugglat in the
■mailer towns, and are easily mixed by
shaking them well in a bottle. Relief
la generally felt from the firat few
This prescription, states a well-
known authority in a Cleveland morn
ing paper, forces the clogged-up, inac
tive kidneys to filter and strain from
the blood the poisonous waste matter
and uric acid, which cauaea Rheuma
As Rheumatism is not only the most
painful and torturous disease, but dan-
(gerous to life, this simple recipe w ill
no doubt be greatly valued by many suf
ferer! here at home, whoshould at once
prerire the mixture to get this relief.
f is said that a person who wusld
take this prescription regularly, a dose
or two daily, or even a lew times a
week, would never have serious Kidney
or Urinary disorders or Rheumatism.
Cot this out and prestr.e it.
Rheumatism prescriptions which really
relieve are scarce, indeed, and when
you need it, von want, it badly.
A f t e r u ia t h .
Visitor— How are conditions here? Flak
Resident—Conditions are siowly get-
tling down to their former basts, but con-
adence has not returned. Moat of the
people atilt believe it was the children of
heir next door neighbors that carried
•way their gates.
A v o id e d .
"D o you believe there la any future
for me iu politic»?'’
’’Yes," answered Senator Sorghum;
"but In these days of graft you want
to take mighty good care not to be one
of those fellowa who »tart In with a
Hue future and come out with a terri
ble past.” — Washington Star.
T h em t h e F i r e w o r k s .
" I had a call from Mre. Multiplunk#
“ I beard ahe was going la for slum
ming.” — Houston I’oaL
s > y r u p IP S
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A N D S Y S T E M D IS O R D E R E D
” Is the ship stripped to repel board
ers?” “ No, repel souvenir fleuds.” —
Cleveland I’ lulu Dealer.
Blnki— Does strong coffee keep you
awake? Jinks— How do I know? I
board.— Somerville Journal.
Nell— I think Maud has more coloi
than her sister. Belle— Yes; about 50
cents’ worth more.— Philadelphia Rao-
o rd .
“ Do you believe that the good die
youug?" “ I think they do, If ell my
wife telle me about her first husband
la true.”— Pick-Me-Up.
Cautious Customer (In drug store)—
How much do you charge for a dime's
worth of tooth powder? New Clerk—
“ The doctors have finally agreed
upon the cause of Markley'a Illness."
“ Ah, they’ve held another consulta
tion?" “ No; postmortem.” — Philadel
Lawyer— As your husband died intes
tate, you will, of course, get a third.
Widow— Oh, I hope to get my fourth.
He waa my third, you kuow.—Town
“ I thought you were married, and
yet you’re eewlug on your own but
tons." *‘ I am married, but I keep my
Independence, let me tell you."— Meg-
Scribbler— I understand the Inmate»
of the Home for the Feeble-Minded are
going to publish a magazine. Qulbbler
— Isn’t the field rather overcrowded?—
W ife (looking up from her book) —
You know a great many things, John;
now, wh it do you think should be done
lu case of drowning? Husband—
Have a funeral, I should tbluk.
Cynlcua— I have been engaged to ai
leaat a dosen girls. Slllcua—Always
been unlucky In love, eh? Cynlcua—
Oh, I don't kuow. I've never married
any of them.— Philadelphia Record.
Butcher—Come, John, he lively now,
break the bones In Mr. Simpson's
chops and put Mr. Smith’s ribs lu your
basket. John— All right, sir; Just as
soon as I'va sawed off Mr. Murphy's
"George,” murmured the young wife,
“ am I as dear to you now as l waa
before we married?” “ I can't exactly
tell,” replied the husband, absent-mind
edly. " I didn’t keep any account of my
Mr. Chlpps (looking up from the pa
per)— The doctors have discovered an
other new disease. Mrs. Chlpps— Well,
I wish they'd stop looking for new dis
eases long enough to find a cure for my
Old Scotch farmer (having spent six
■once on a race ticket for a pony and
trap, value £50, aud having won) la
shown the prize. After gazing critical
ly at It for some minutes: “ But
whaur’s the whup?”
Chaplelgh— I say, dwugglat, can you
—aw—give me aometblng to— aw—
bwlghten me up, doneher know? Drug
glat—You’re In the wrong place, young
man. This Is a drug store, not a uight
school.— Chicago Dally News
“ What pleased me most," aald the
man who had been abroad, “ waa th#
wonderful clock at Strnaburg.’’ “Oh,
how I should like to aee I t !" replied
the Ignorant youth. "And did you tee
the watch on the Rhine, too?"
District Visitor— What has brought
you to the destitute condition? Appli
cant— I t ’» my wife, mum. "Your w lft!
How Ie that?” “ Well, you see, mum.
I've got her three good situations, aud
I'm blessed If she could keep one of
“ Yes," said old Roxley, "my da ugh
ter la to be married next month to Lord
“ A h !” remarked the
“ everything’s settled, eh?”
“ Well, I guess not! You don’t ketch
me paying In advance.” — Philadelphia
“ Of course. Tommy,” »aid the Sunday
school teacher, "you’d like to be an an
yea'm,” replied Tommy, "but I ’d like
to wait till I can be a full-grown angel
with gray whisker».’’ — Philadelphia
First Summer Girl— Who Is that
clean-shaven, handsome boy? Second
Summer Girl -Oh, be’« an actor. First
Summer Girl— No; I mean the other
one. Second Summer Girl— Oh, lie
hasn't any money, either— Harper-»
Little Boy— Mamma, I wlah you’d
find out who It waa hypnotized me, and
punish 'em severely. Mamma— Whe at?
Little Boy— While you waa out I wae
pulled right Into the pantry, an’ forced
to eat a hull lot of those cakes you
«aid I mustn’t touch.
“ How are you, Broom?” naked a
bluff old aailor of a fop who waa al
ways annoyed uuleaa he waa addressed
as Mr. Broom, and who responded,
“ I'd have you to know, air, that I’ve
a handle to my name.” "Oh, all right I
How are you. Broom handle?"
A lady baa a grumpy servant too lit
tle given to washing. Other hints hav
ing failed, the mistress aald, In a tone
of deep confidence, " I am told, Mary,
that If you waah the face every day In
hot. soapy water It will make you beau
tiful.” “ Will It, now?" answered Mary.
■’It’» a wonder you haven't tried It
F a c e ..
Mrs. Gotham— Don't you think th#
taking of medicine should oe frowned
Mr». Fletbusb— Tee: why, even my
children frown at 1L— Yonkers States
Seven men out of ten who get Into
trouble ir e able to trace their downfall
to side lasust
A stiff upper Up has nothing In com
mon with a limber tongue.
Catarrh in not merely an inflammation of the tissues of the head and
threat, as the symptoms c f ringing noises in the ears, mucous dropping
into the throat, continual hawking and spitting, etc., would seem to indl-
cate | it is a blood disease iu which the entire circulation and the greatet
part of the system are involved. Catarrh is due to the presence of an exceag
«1 u ic acid in the blood. The Liver, Kidneys a .d Bowels frequently bo-
com i torpid and dull iu their action and instead o f carrying elf the refnsg
and waste of the body, leave it to sour and form uric acid in the system.
This is taken up by the blood and through Its circulation distributed to all
parta o f the system.
These impurities in the blood Irritate and inflamg
the different membranes and tissues of the body, and the contracting
of a cold w ill start the secretions and other disgusting nnd disagreeable
symptoms of Catarrh. A s the blood goes to all parts of the body the ca
tarrhal poison affects all parts of the system. The head has a tight, full
feeling, nose continually stopped up, pains above the eyes, slight fever
comes and goes, the stomach is upset and the entire system disordered and
I had Catarrh for about fifteen
J * \M3 disc* “ ’ » is * WaSt* of
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Then the inflamed mem
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aforesaid, and that said firm w ill pay th e sum
o f ONE HU NDRED D O L L A R « for each and
•v e ry case o f Catarrh that cannot be cured by
th * use o f H a ll’s Catarrh Cure.
Clean - Light
FRANK J. CHENEY.
O 4309 Everywhere
8 w »rn to before m e and subscribed in m y pres
ence this ftth day o f December A D lHhfi.
A. W. O LK A SON,
• J TOwe« CO »04TO*« <J J a
P. N. U.
H a ll’s Catarrh Cure Is taken in tern ally , and
acts Qlrectly upon the blood and mucous sur
faces o f theuystem. «cu d fo rtestim on ia ls free.
F. J. CH K N EY A CO., Toledo,O .
8old by all druggists, 75c.
Take H a ll's F a m ily F ills for constipation.
Ns. 5 1 -S T
H E N w r i t i n g to s d Y s r t l i s n p l s s s s
m e n t io n t h is p a p e r .
H ith e r .
S lu b 47— What do the
ita n d fo r?
( nit \ o l d a l t l e
D e la y .
letters U. P. , “ You can prove au alibi on this charge
' ?an’t you?” naked his lawyer.
Copy Chopper— Depends on the ^on-
“ Yos’r,” said the captured crook; “ but
ext. Th*y may Rtnnd either for United we’ll have to wait a week or two. Th*
Presbyterian or for Hardman.
fellies I'm goin’ to prove it by ain’t out
j ’ jail yit.**
Only One “ BROMO QUININE.'*
That I n L A X A T IV E BKOMO Q U IN IN E . Look
for the signature o f E. W. GROVE.
W o ild over to Cure a Cold in One Day. 25c.
Mothers w ill find Mrs. Winslow’ s Soothing
Byrup th»* b gt remedy to use for their c h ild r * j
du rin g i he teeth in g period.
University statistics of Europe seem
J he ruby is the most valuable of ths
to indicate that men are deserting the precious stones. A 4-carat ruby is quoted
practice of medicine and women are tak at about
and a ruby of 47 carats
brought $ 100 , 000 .
ing it up.
Drove all the snakes from
Drives all aches from the body,
cures Rheumatism, Neuralgia and
C O N Q U E R S P A IN
$ 3.00 & $ 3.60 S H O E S T"V 0 i,"L.
^ - W IH O II
M EM BER
c F . - .a ,
THE FAMILY, A T ALL PRICES.
$ 2 5 ,0 0 0
n v s r lffr if
i * t * e * m en’s W $ $& 50 sh o *s
| than mnymthmr m an* meturmr.
T H E R EASON W. L. Douglas shoes are worn by viore peo; 1«
in all walks oil if* than auy other make is tiera ise of their
excellent style, *«i*v-ftt»ing. and superior wnari-g qualiti**.
Th* Mission ofthelcatners and orher n.atcrials f« reach part
of th* shoe a id • / • t v detail of the m akingisloo:ed after by
th*most eomplefeorgari ation of superintendents, oremenand
skilled• loemakers, who reoei v* the highest » » | ^ paid i n tne
sboet ndnetry, and who'* workmanship cannot t e excelled.
If I could take you *to mylaraefactorieaat Brockton .Maes ,
and show you hew carefully W . L. Dougla« shoes are made. > ou
would'hen undervtand *h v thev hold theii shape, fit better,
wear onge" and are of grea'er value than anv other make.
M r $4.60 S M | i . f ) 0 OiLT EOQCShawm oannot Aw mawai
C A U T I O N ! The genuine have W .
Douglas name and price «tamped on bottom T a k e
B e Rabat m ate. Ask your dealer for W . L. Douglas shoes. If he rannot eupplv you, send
direct to faetory. Shoes sent everywhere by mail Catalog free. W . L. Douglas, Brocktoa, .tt«gg»