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D. T. P. WISE
Crown anil llrldga Work a Specialty
tniJWt MmhatiU Truil llulldlna
llUWaahliiglun,rtr Mlh I'UIITI.AMU Oil
WOUND, oni J
A CURE FOR FITS
riio Trenttucnt I to Accomplish
Wiint Science llni Been Strug
gling to Attnin for Ccnturica
lb Inlenae Interi-M that haa Ii iHtnlfeete.1
OirMialMiut iliaMMxlrr If Id WMnUrrtil miN
that aieMltKeetiflil.i(lali,a dally f I'MrftrHe.
llll nwllxur, It la laaltir auriulalna Ida tut
iiumlrf i-a.iiaiHeliae W.l)r l-i rutxl "f
till and mnwHim, Ih MiUr that reerrlp.lr
tier a ehaHae l tel Ilia Hmlleina. lata Itlal
(itllaa, teltleMe lllreature lltalufr uf llpllelxr
itul InlltwmlaU lwl I mill alauililMir
firalall whurMllUia Ilr May ltirUij'.
Ma l'..llMllU Naw Yirfk I Mr
l. uee wo
The Chinese Doctor
Thla wnvlrful man haa
ltade a lifsntutj uf the
I-rafiaflla 'f Itaarte,
lerhe ami llarks.ahd
la al'lna lha .! the
benefit uf hU ecrleea,
Na Mercury, Parana
Ope'elleae a Catling
(luarenteae In ruia Catarrh, Asthma. I -una.
Htaanath and KH ey IrtaihWe, ami aU I'ltrete
UUaj till a kikI Wianaei
A OUIIC CANCCIt CUIUS
Juet av4Trl f nan 1'rklfi, I htna eafe, aula
and MUM. V 'alline'lnllawucae
If ywu eennart fall. rite fur emt'ai UanV
wv4 circular. ImUo 4 eefile In elampe.
The C. Gcc Wo Medicine Co.
IV I, a.......,..,..,.... ..,. ,., w, ,
Tli Raaien t Make and Sell Mora Men's $3 00
4 53.40 ahaes Than Any Olhtr Manufacturer
U WtM I ft,e Ike ra,f 14, WmII el 14, an!
,w,4iMalaeltM ee tl.le-4 aapeaU a4 C10U4
,4ile.e la Sa e-ailay
luwIMllbllti ff Maa a 14, ,4m,
ee4 wtr U 14 .ae.tej ta ,.i? e.fMawel. U
I4a4 aAaf a, lea ! ,ak.f U tfc laliatey
It I aaali ak ra W ,.Mlr 1- l-Ua ae-e
nat4a reeaeaaStaM a4aiU4ar4M'4iaH
lea. 41 Wtur ,e4 ,ce ISea tat eliee m4,
Va ltiaWa raa'a'4Wl Ml Vm
flHH0 W ! Hll( taa K olf a.
Hli. rr liaarr llanbar f Ilia 1'nnllri
aUt lliaa Wainaraa, Jll ! alMal I lilMrria
Kar aalabr aiailUfa airila.
PAilTlfllJ I Hw !" llll I. k.flM
llflU I lUll I atai awl ri a if't m Irtlimi.
rMlCatarlrvlaUVaKlitaaltalr CalU aulla4 tit
Y), L DO10LA. 14! f ui M VmllM, Man.
yilKH willliin lnilTrtliari1an
Miatillmi llila fiapar.
I jy vnorl'tMorB
4 i tfi
Klji P&jTh aflv I
'iCNiiy aw Ok 'ftil .3lr.
Of thoeo corpuioloo In your htaod
that Iibvo boon onlloil "Llttlo
Soldlorta" Is to fluht for you
nunlttnt thai Hlnnnan frnrmn 4hAt
constantly ondnnttor your iionllh. ,
BIIUBIJ UUrIUDUIV UIU IIIHIIU
honlthy unci otronn by tho uso of
Hood's Onrnnpnrlllna Q
Tliln tncdlrliin In a combination of
morn t linn W illllcri'iit ri'inellnl nKenfi
In iirnportloiiK nnil liy n procoM known
unly to iHiroclvcn nnil It liitn for thirty
yunrs liccn connlnntly jiroviiif? Itfl worth.
No mibatltuto, liono "juat-tU'Kood."
Ilrrllnril Ilia Pari.
I'rrry llaiimnliln, will ywi marry ?
Uanii-rolim- -iNiJa llwrllclolrn rcrilanl
ynn Mat nlelil, ami I'm nut acting
lint iltl to tlit Injiirnl.
Tliono who kd'ji Hnmlltm Wlzunl Oil
In tho houao do not hnvu a buy any
other rrtniily for oro throat. No other
remedy will euro thin trouhlo bo quick
ly or no nuroly. Itfincinbor this.
t'aunllf 'I'lirj- Arr.
"I'roffiwr, what It tlm mrinlRC of U
"Sir il'r lr, iinli)pr Ilia dftlrntlnn of
It. Min' la aUtif lor 'iiMJlia,' ami Mojoa
iiH4iin 'a word.' 'ilotiologut, Mord for
Good for Born Eyet,
for over 100 ycr.ru I'BTTIT'.S KVB
KAIaVK hiut jionltlvoly cured ryo dl
cnaoH tivorywhuro. All dniKciaU or
Ilownnl llroi., lluirulo, N. Y.
Tlia rlilimipy awlfl U truly a bird of
lha air, for It norer allclil a fenrt
ur Iniltdliii. It drop Into llio top of
aomn inlilc iixtiillirJ clilmnry and cling,
to Iti routli tlilra with liny frat.
Dhako Into Your Hhoea
am "- ! . I.... . ...m.I Imm (k.a tA It tr
alnfut. awollrn. amarllnc, awrallaf f tat. Hakaa
n. tbwaa aaair, KU W all Pruralala anjl Hh.
MIm. Iia't aaariit aajr aut-lllula. fUrapM
KIIKI- AtUrtu A. H. Olmalnl. 1 ll"T, N. Y.
I'roioVtd Molhar- Tommy, you'r tba
plailiia of my Ufa!
Tummy (iiusiHhc np to lifr) Von
wouldn't talk that way If aawflaMly'd kid
nap tat, wiMild you, itHiwniaT
Moth.rt will flmt Mr. Wlnilaw'a flnothloa
ajtiiitliatit latMFttr luiMlorllnlrcUU-ltaj
luiluf Iba laatlilUC allu4.
In n lllltrraul Ulaaa,
Ml hrnr, MlUf, thnl jour wlfo hai
Cimo Into Nx'h'ty. Una alii brcuino a
"Indndr, an' f haa not cot Into
tlmt tluaa; alio atlll a dutlron,
aur.' N'W York Tlmra.
toy vcqptt vcttccJicxXswWVWvcas
siacc o o6tu kwiVco
tj StTMvaucV cwoWs cwt.$3nTcfc.ar
hajsiay.a ov5aC6o xauto
ntty be CraiuaWy &'wy)cnscCl vW
vvkn no veufcer wcciici.as cbX cj
amC&CS VwTt(4vJTCi QTCC0Sb
tauvc.aniivt. o suypaVcwavw
JuvvcWows .vvtTOUi Acyottl uWv
tnaty wouvxeper ctsvvM.
iMtoUttJ4aVCu5tyUy Uu cttvuwtt,
WS a4 4
Fio Syrup Co,
ioio oy all ir.oir& oauctiirs
efilMtonnr-ars.ui.anaaKt 0 km bottu
A flatotlna utrJ llir nir at Irmun or villi.
Ilr lUaaoltlni. tanuiairi tuaar in wairr ami
addintt HapWac. a ilabriuua iiu la rnadr ami
a riui Ullrr than nuljlr. alajiWnr
l.fia. It riat mih! Jar far J m. I
rf (if IxM'k. CraxanlMff. Ca.,3aai
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Always works riiiht
Costs YOU Loss
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25 Ounces, for 25 Cents
BEST AT ANY PRICE
or your money back
Flral Jnimnraa Ulnnanur,
Tho flrat Jniiiiuao Nlowawny ftrr
hrouuht to IIonIoii nrrlvcd on n Ntrauicr
from fiondon tho oIIht ihiy. Mu kuti
hla nnuio na TiikiiJo Nnkiiiiiiira, nitcd
IV), n nd ilnli I tu fin vo liccn n inom-
liar nf tho crov of nu Amvrlcnn aniline
It wna Irnriud that ho wnn n anllna
nu lionril tho Hlilp Jiihnnnn, which nr
rlrtil nt rnlinnutlt, V.uit., miiiio inontha
ago, Mo wtH HtnrvliiK In Iuiilun when
Im ilcli'rmliii'd to oiini' to thla country,
I In miiiiIitci1 nlmiit tin1 dock In lha
'J'linini'a nnil alido on honrd tho I'lilla
dfliililiin nud hid In tho vosil hjinkiTH.
Nnkflinurn mU ho wnn nil lhroiih
tho ltiiliiii-Jiitim-H) wir, linvlnu tx-on
one of tho cretr of n crulaor In tho Jnit
lniH'(lor Hoot rxniTihxit tlir tnnn
and ordi-rrd Hint ho Ih aunt Imrk on tlia
riilliiiUOplilnli wliin aim hiivia on hor
j or ma prriani, amu in' jHnniri
tnacnata, "you will linra lo l aaiunaa
with fllllnr aoma Umixitury vncanry from
time to tlraa,"
"I'll I mora than tatlnflfd." faltfrH
lha daapalrliiK otflcaafakfr, "with any
thine that lll fill tlia rarawy In my
t oii) tli from lima lo llmet"
CITC C Vllat lUnra ana artmn l(laafafm
rilj..llr (i4 Ur Ilr I .laa'.lllaalMarfalla.
alnr.r Haa-llnr rail 41 M lllllliOlaa4 lrllaa.
1)1 IL II, Kllaa. Il ,H Jtrth HI , Wlajtlt.hla. I 'a.
ComtiiUhldiHr IIIiikIiiiiu of Km
York, at n recrnt illiiinr, drKcrllM-d In
a rnimt InlcriiilliiK manner tho inrthixli
of tho aklllcd pkkHwki't. .
"Ilo la ao very clover at hla lieat,"
conclndfd tht eoiniiilMhmcr, "Hint one
inllllit nlmoat Mleve him cnptililo of
tho fent nttrlhutcd. lo n Weateni atevc
dore. A Kroup of atewdorm wero
luiichltiir In a nhidtcn-d nmk of n
wlmrf. One of them went ncrna tho
atnt't for n oliic of chenille ldaeco,
nnd In hla nlwnre nuother auhatltutiil
for hla tin of pah eofTet' nud milk
hla own tin of mltkloHH hlnck rorfe,
U'lii'ii tho flral ateriilore. nlllir In Imilil.
returnitl, ho coold hardly Udlvro hla
"Well,' he an Id, I'te heard of clever
thleen. lint In awlix- the milk out of n
fellcr'a iiilTf" l"a llio Inndl"'
Tlin ,nrlrlll Mima MliBTa.
It hiia liotui anld Hint Aalnllc nnllonn
exrelled othera In the iim of tho alln:,
and tho alluscrM of nu nticlent nrmy
un'il their Utile weMMMia with terrible
erfii't. "I heae tiilllvi-H line ailrli aktll.
anyn one old hlatnrldn, "Hint It very
rnrly hnpM-n Hint Ihey tula their
aim. What umkea them ao crcnt In
the um of the allm; la the (mlnlnc Riv
en Ihem fnmi their enrlleat yenra by
their mother", uho ael up n piece of
breod huiiK at the Hid of n rod for n
tnrKft nnd lei their children reiunln
without fixal until Ihey lime hit II,
when tho child who la the victor r
tidxen the bread na tho rennrd of hit
kill and H Heine."
llailii'l llrnrliril Tlinl Nlasa.
Phe So you nro nu author?
"Oh! how delightful It mint I to
tnni oue'a Ihlns by wleldlns tho en."
"Yea, I ulwnya luiiicluetl It would
Tearkr In llila free country of oura,
chlldrrn, all- laty may hop lo ba I'rcal
drill anme day.
Curly Haired Urchin (ralalnx hl
hand I Not me, irw'nin. Iy nanic'a Will
lam JennliiEa llryan rihuon, Cblcaco
NllUUrallliB- at I'oaallila llrnaon,
"Verana," luitlrntly aaVfd Ibe ml
tre, "what lirinsa Ihat pollcemav to Hi
hoiine ao mucht"
Take a good Iwik at me fare, ma'am,
niwcrnl the cook with a ahnper. "Do
y think It'll aenre anybody away?
NunThe trouble with Hilly la that
ha'a awkward when he'a In company. Ha
iloi'un'l know what to do with hla banda.
I'an Oil, )e, lie down ho told m one
that )ou wore loo many plna In your
ball. Cblraeo Tribune.
1 !!: IIITHIU "Na VUlUaViai." All laaVa,
ralali Ilka , al ma1 hmnl trlfwa. Tao Htullb.
!, II will! w fiwn 144 lo 14V Hu'4la lor ,11
naVa, Maaltlaaa iMila.1. B In tUOwonthlr 11"
lltalUvr KkrlialiKa VA 4lant,pnirrr. Haa I'raualwo
Nnr tu Htm,
"Wlihtever ancveaa I haa achieved,"
arsnisl the lutMcucer with the akull cap,
"1 owe entirely to heredity and environ
ment." "That'a n firm I never heard of before,"
aid llio ptmeiiKcr wllh tlia loud necktie.
"How lone limo you been travelluz for
themV' Chicago Tribune.
Tim l.tirklral Sinn.
Kbcn So Mlaa Anthpio la koIiik to
cot mnrrlcil nt Inst. Who I tho lucky
I'lo Tho clergyman. He's going to
Kot pnld for It nnd nssimu'S no ro
"Wlmt wus It I'rlscllla said to John
"You mean, 'Spenk for yourself,
"Yen, what did alio menu?"
"I don't know wlmt alio mount, but 1
know It must have boon before alio and
John wero married that nut said It."
Uniting France and America by Wire
"Hello, I'mrlal This la New York."
To start n conversation llko thin
ncroan tht unlvcrso aeemn like an
nchlavomcnt beyond tho dream of a
JuIch Verna or tho Imoclnntlvo plcturo
of n Hullamy Blorcr, yet In tho busiest
city of tho world, New York, such an
experiment will Uko place shortly,
with every assurance of success. On
thin occasion, when eclrnco nnnouncen
Its triumph to tho world, aoclety of the
nntlons will offer Its congratulations in
n unique and unrivaled manner, and
will fcuturo on its aoclal calendar n
luncheon at which Frederick Townsend
Martin will preside, that for Interest
and charm will make all past society
events seem commonp'ACo, when tho
first wlrclcs luncheon will tako placo
In tho salon of tho Hotel I'larn.
Whllo thla luncheon In being served
n voice will apeak uniting two of the
greatest nations of history. It will bo
tho volco of America's most prominent
socloty man reading n message of Pres
ident Toft to President Kalllcrcfi ol
Franco. It will be transmitted to Mrs.
Nora Illotch DeForcat In tho Metropol
itan tower, tho talented pioneer of her
sex In this field and foremost woman
civil engineer in the world, who will
rccolve this mcsiago from tho I'lnia and
send It over a radio wireless telephone
at the rate of 180,000 miles a second,
to a fair daughter of I-ranco In tho
Tho salon will be decorated to re
aemblo a forest. Trees will be In full
bloom and birds singing from their
branches. Presiding at this table wlU
be Mr. rredcrick Townsend Martin
who will be the guest of the American
Wireless association of which Dr. Do
Forest is president. The guests will
bo leading society pcoplo and scientific
men of note. Mons. Eticnno Lianel,
consul general of France, representing
tho French government nnd ono of its
guests of honor, has said that if wire
less telephony is brought to a stato of
perfection it will becomo a political
and diplomatic time saver.
Tho table will represent the Atlantic
ocean. At ono end will bo the Metro
politan tower, architecturally raised in
candy; at tho other end will bo the
Eiffel tower. On this miniature ocean
will bo small ships of various nations
sailing back and forth. Tho shoro
landings of both France and America
will bo appropriately represented.
The menus will bo small telephone
directories, and the dishes will be list
ed as telephone numbers. The placo
cards will bo wireless messsges sent
from tho Kltz Cnrleton in Franco to
the guesU arscmplcd nt the Plata in
America. These massages will be re
celved through wireless tuble phonis
permitting tho guests at both tables to
converse with each other, although
separated by half a world.
Tho waiters will bo summoned by
wireless telephono and at tho end car
riages will bo called by this means.
The favors will bo small radio spark
less wireless telephono outfits of very
light weight and will bo utilized by the
guests in the ceremonies attending the
luncheon and carried nwav to commem-
lorato the latest gigantic feat of mod
' ern science.
It will take just one fortieth of a
second for the message to travel across
tho Atlantic and about ono seventh of
a second to go around the world. Fol
lowing 'this, mutual toast will be
given by tho guests of this wireless
luncheon who will be separated by an
ocean, yet ablo to converse as if face
The value of thla marvelous scien
tific and mechanical feat, can hardly be
estimated, and will stand among the
first half dozen scientific wondora of
all time. Its effect upon tho trans
mission of commercial business will be
revolutionary, mid will mean that we
:an communicate with Europe at tho
coat now prevailing for a domestic tel
egram. Tho great station in the Metropoli
tan tower is now being rushed to n
itago of completion. This will bo ab
lolutoly the finest wireless station in
the world. Its cost is not comparable
to that of other equipments, as the sta
tion comprises all sorts of experiment
ing Appurntus. It is thought that
1300,000 would not cover the outlay if
i structure as high as tho Metropolitan
tower ha I to bo erected especially for
th work. As long as tho tower has
ilready been constructed, tho cost, out
ltdo of tho apparatus, will bo neglig
ible. Tho workings of the radio wireless
peono nro wonderfully simple when
tho complox problems involved and
Kvrcomu In its creation nro consid
red. In telephoning, tho operator talks
into tho mouthpleco exactly as with
ho wlro telephone and listens for a
vply through a head phono instead of
ruceivor. In order to get into com
iiinicatlon with a wireless telephone
tation, it becomes necessary to get
.ho instrument to tho known tune of
.ho other station and then press tho
juzzer koy which calls the person to
iho phono ut tho other end. Tho con
versation is then carried on as if tho
two operators were fuco to face,
Tho mechanical principles upon
which tho radio wireless telephone do
pend aro simple enough, although thore
m a groat difference of opinion upon
lh actual explanation of the phenome-
'llio Kliiil Von Iliivit Ahvnjrt JJonglit liui boriio tlm nlgnn
turo of Glut. II. I'lftclior, nnd Jinn been Jiinilo under liln
perMinnl miprrvlHlon for over II 0 jrnrK. Allow no ono
to ilccclvo you in thla. Counterfeit, Imitation nnil
"aJiint-UN-gooil" nro hut Kxiioriineiitri, nnil emlnugrr the
Iicaltli of Children UtiicrJouco ngahiHt Kipi-rlmc'iiU
What is CASTORIA
Cnaforlu In ii InirtulrNi mibntltuto for Cn.ifor OH, I'nrtv
Rorlc, Drops and Huolhluir Hyruitx, Jt Ih l'lcn.innt. It
contain neither Opium, Morplilno nor other 'arcotlo
HiiliNtniioe. ItN ngn It Km guarantee. Jt iloHtroyn "Vonni
nud allay Fo.vi:rlhnc. Jt cure I)Iarrlm:n nnd Wind
Colic. It relieve Teething' Trouble, eure Conntlputlori
nud J'liitulency. It iiftilmlinteH tho Food, regulate the
Ktonuieli nud IIoyvoIh, Kiting; henlthj nnd naliirul sleep.
Tho Children' I'nuuceu Tho Idolher' Friend.
The Kind You Hare Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years.
non of wireless telephony. Speech is
tho forming of very rapid and every
varying scries of vibrations in the air,
and their measurement by the nerves
of the ear. Owing to the resistance of
tho ntmosphcre, theso vibrations grow
weaker and at last disappear as wo get
farther from tho source of disturbance.
Telephony is the art of translating
those vibrations into vibrations of ctber
whose lesser resistance enables them
to be carried to great distances for the
translation into air vibrations again,
as only the air vibrations can be meas
ured by the ear. In tho wireless tele
phone tho air waves aro translated Into
tho vibrations of an electrical discharge 1
which oscillates tho ether.
Tho ether waves, sent out by trans
mitting station, having been there
modified by the human voice, are
changed back at the receiving station
into such form as to effect the receiver
and causo tho exact air vibrations
which were made to modulate the
transmitting current, and therefore,
the words of the speaker are heard ex
actly as spoken.
Dr. DeForcat biscs his claims for
success on his past experiments with
tho wireless telephono at tho sugges
tion of Admiral Evans, who conducted
tho experiments on board his flagship,
the Connecticut, and another vessel.
Every battleship, cruiser or torpedo
boat of the great Pacific fleet was
equipped with radio wireless tele
phones before setting out on tho mem
orable cruiso. These instruments were
given a thorough trial in inter-ship
communication and In conversation
with several wireless stations en the
In tho meantime, the yours inventor
has not been content to rest on the
laurels obtained from his successful ,
A WESTERN ELECTRIC
Is Your Most Valuable Servant
It will bring you and jour family into closer touch with jour
neighbors, the general store,
tire outside world. It docs
away with the isolation of
farm life and "keeps the
boy on the farm."
'Phone Is the Best
If ou will cut out IhU advr-tfx-ment,
write your name and
aJdrrJ on the margin and mail
It at once to our nearest house,
wc will send )'i'U a copy of our
Free llulletm No. 112 on
HOW TO M1IID
RUBAL TtLErllO.Nt: LINES
htch rsplalna how you and your nrtshbora can. by culling your
cn poles, bur 'l llio rest ot llio uutcrul rwuirvd lor building
pn anwihitrlr HanJaM system at an expense ol about 30 bushels
ol Khvaleach. You cannot afford to do without a ruut telephone.
WHITE TO. DAY
a o rvi
Tht world', oldest and hrtcst tele
phone maDuftcturcr. There are over
4,000,000 Wiilsia ClictiU TU(lvMI
In uta In lha United States lo-d.r.
Notthtra Klsctitc and Manufacturing
work in the navy and has carried on
many experiments, both at home and
abroad. In May, 1908, from the Eiffel
tower, wireless messages were sent by
the rodlo telephone to every wireless
station In France. A warship off
Marseilles, nearly 600 miles away,
heard the transmitted messsges just ss
distinctly as did tho stations near
Paris. While doing this, Dr. DeForcat
had equipped fcvcral of the vessels of
the Italian navy and tho instruments
met with each decided success that an
arrangement has been practically con
cluded for the equipment of the cntiro
Mrs. DcForcst is quite as interesting
as her inventor husband. She grad
uated from Cornell university in the
difficult science of civil engineering.
She was the first and only woman to
grac'uate from an Eastern college in
this profession. After her graduation
honors were heaped upon her until sho
stood beforo the world as its foremost
woman hydraulic engineer, and a re
markable example of woman's intel
lectual equality with man.
She was the first woman ever elect
ed to membership in the American So
ciety of Civil Engineers. She helped
to build the greatest water works sys
tem in the world's history, being on the
engineering staff charged with tho
building of the $161,000,000 Catskill
system. In June, 1907, she was elect
ed fellow of Cornell university, an
honor rarely conferred upon women.
While at Cornell she proved herself to
be the peer of any of the male athletes.
Sho is a leader in the equal rights
movement and various movements de
signed to improve the social condition
of all women. And now she further
distinguishes herself by being the first
woman to engage in wireless telephony.
Get It from
the broker, the post office, the
and the en
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