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OAfliV CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALI5M, OREGON, PRIDAV, APRIL 1, 1010.
"RED MILL" GETS
' ,i ri'ilTAIN OHH VI ON
Tocko, tho monkoy who plays u
, imnnrtant and conspicuous rolo
TUh0 Bed Mill," Is perhaps tho
Jn. monkoy In tho world who Is
pI?Y,nV cots n salary. Jocko's namo
fin ho1.ny-'l- Ills money Is put
Sto in cnvrlopo and It Is handed to
lim 1 st as though ho wore a man.
TA oti the "ghost walks'"
I, well as "' othor 'ombcr of tho
!Livinv ami lie takos his pay onvo
S cngerlv, and it Is a difficult mat-
1 for m MW to got It away
from him In order to put tho monoy
in tho bank.
Of course, Jocko has a kcopor.
Thin keener travels with him nil tho
time, looks after his wants and
Imps him 1" Ho Is also paid a
cihrr hut his money Is soparato
Yrom t'lint of Ii's charge. Jocko cvon
ins a hank 'l ,nil(, 0,lt 1,1 hls
iwn name, nnd all the monoy ho
rns is Placed to his credit, nnd Is
lufcject 10 hla signature, per his
When the money Is to bo drawn
from the bank. Jocko is taken to
ihe window and his check Is present
ed the keci.er transacting tho busi
ness The simian hns n grcnt lovo
for monev, and ho Is never quite so
lappy as when ho has a few shin
toe pieces of gold or silver In his
possession. He has a llttlo purse,
HURT. O. SWOR
Con Kidder in "Tbe Heil Mill."
which Ik i very fond of, and In this
a ntimix-r of bright pennies are al
ways In 1! This monkoy will take
the piiiniiM out every time ho gets
an opportunity and finger thorn over
and he set'ins to count them with all
Ihe eapt mess and avidity of a mlsor.
Jofkn was once just u common,
organ-pnndor monkey in New York,
lie used to hop around at tho end
of a chain nnd gather in the small
coins of Iviud-hearted people for his
jnastei an Italian organ-grinder.
Jio was always a very quick-witted
little fellow, and when his master
was killed by being run over by an
automobile, tho poor little follow
was disconsolate, and it was feared
Tie would die. His present owner
saw the grief of tho little animal,
and purchased him from tho widow
and kept him as a pet.
During this timo ho trained tho
little animal, and when ho hoard that
a monkey was needed for "Tho Ited
aiill," he took him over nnd put him
through his paces.
"I will engage him," said the
stage manager after seeing the mon
Jioy perform. "I will sign him up at
Jocko then went on tho stage,
where ho has since been a great hit.
Canudu AVlll Control Cables.
Ottawa, Canada, April 1. The Ca
nadian government today Is prepar
ing to put into effect a law which Is
tantamount to governmental control
of the public business of cable com
panies operating from Dominion
The legislation was put through
the Canadian commons last night in
the shape of a measure by Postmaster
General Lemlux, giving tho railway
commission control of rates and fa
cilities of cable companies.
Headilng tho Top.
n any calling of life, demnnds a vig
orous body and a keen brain. With
out health thero is no success. But
Wectrlc Hitters is tho greatest
wealth Builder the world has ever
nown. it compels perfect action
w stomach, liver, kidneys, bowels,
Purines and onrlches tho blood, tones
and invigorates tho whole system
ami enables you to stand tho wear
and tear of your dally work. "After
months of suffering from Kidney
inouble .. writes W. M. Sherman, of
mI i??' Mo- "threo bottles of Elec
,nv,uters mndo mo feel like a new
man, 50c at J. C. Perry's.
vi?"uinlt' suffer such dlsnd
janatRes from poor ronds that am
otion la checked, energy weakened
ad Industry retarded.
Grand Opera House
J"o. p. Cordray, Mgr.
SATURDAY, APRIL 12
rIIJ .MUSICAL SENSATION
J1"MP J? Victor Herbert. Book by
nry Blo-oni. Specially solected
w 60 COMPANY OF 60
FW rl Swor aB cn Klddor
Il.i?v m Woods as Kid Connor
"""y Chorus of 10, augmented or
chegtra and the famous
entrancing musical, treat
'Ncw 60c.i.fco. Sale, opens Frl,
NICARAGUA IS A
THORN IN UNCLE
Now Orlenns, La., April 1 Tho
attompt of Gonoral Gordon, formor
commnndor of artllllory for Provis
ional President Estrada of Nicar
agua, to outfit an oxpedltlon for the
aid of tho provisional government
will ond In. tho stnto department tak
ing a definite stand In tho Nlcarag
uan case, It Is bolloved horo.
The federal authorities horo wore
asked to stop Gordon's oxpedltlon.
Gordon doclnretl that tho stato de
partment did not rccognlzo tho Ma
drlz government In Nicaragua and
that ho was therefore not planning
an oxpedltlon against a friendly
power and was not violating tho neu
orallty laws. Tho Madrlz agents
who brought tho enso boforo tho fed
eral authorities argued that tho Ma
drlz government in Nicaragua is tho
regular government and that all
treaties nnd understandings botweon
tho United States and Nicaragua in
offect boforo tho Estrada revolution
aro still in offect, in spito of tho ac
tion of Secretary Knox, who return
ed tho passports of tho NIcaraguan
representatives at Washington at
tho time It was reported two Amer
icans had been executed nt tho order
of rormor Presldont Zolaya.
Tho federal authorities hero con
cluded tho problom was too knotty
for thorn nnd decided to send the
wholo matter to tho stato depart'
nfent for settlement. They declare
that tho stato department will have
to decide officially whether tho Ma
drlz government is tho government
of Nicaragua or whother Estrada Is
the presldont of tho llttlo republic.
Tho situntion in Nicaragua has
been a source of considerable annoy
ance to tho federal authorities horc
over sinco Knox wrote a note to tho
former ropdcsentatlvo of tho NIcar
aguan republic, declaring that ho
would hold each faction in tho re
public responsible for its actions.
Sinco then Zelnya fled from his coun
try tind Dr. Madrlz was chosen by
the NIcaraguan congress to succeed
him. Estrada claimed that tho east
orn half of tho republic was without
representation in congress and that
tho election was Illegal. His faction
contends that tho Madrlz faction is
not ono of thoso referred to in tho
Knox note, nnd that, therefore, tho
Estrada government is now the only
government recognized by tho Uni
Both sides havo made efforts be
fore to got a ruling from tho state
department, but tho secretary has
so far never made any indication of
tho position of tho United tates in
tho matter, and since tho first with
drawal of gunboats from Greytown
and Bluefiolds tho matter has been
loft without official settlement.
Federal authorities here have had
dealings with tho representatives of
both governments. Every ship that
hns sailed for NIcaraguan points has
caused a dispute. The representa
tives of one faction havo refused to
sign manifests for each cargo and
each ship has sailed under protest
from tho government eithor of Es
trada or Madrlz.
The authorities horo aro glad of
the opportunity to get a deflnlto rul
ing from Washington as to the stand
ing of tho governments.
FAULTS OP THE PRESS.
In their recent discussion of tho
faults of tho daily papors the mem
bers of tho Pacific Coast Woman's
Press association Instanced the pub
lication of divorce and criminal nows.
This, says the San Francisco
Chronicle, is a subject long In con
troversy, and somo years ago an ef
fort was made at Topeka, Kansas,
by tho Itov. C. M. Sheldon, who was
given charge for a week of a leading
paper of that city, to demonstrate
that a dally newspaper could omit
all such information from Its col
umns and still satisfy its readers.
Tho result, oven in hide-bound Kan
sas, was unfavorable.
Mr. Sheldon did his best, assisted
by a capable staff, and the result
was not a newspaper, but a literary
curio. Topeka enjoyed the novelty
for a few days, but tho demand was
Insistent for tho nows; and the pub
lishers in taking back control did
not have reason to believe that a
single ono of Mr. Sheldon's innova
tions would pay to continue. People
wanted to know when folks were di
vorced nnd when crime was commit
ted, not all of them, by any means,
because of prurient motives.
In such matters ono has to credit
somo wholesome precautionary In
stincts among readers, as well as a
settled conviction among those so
c'ologlcally inclined, that tho los3
publicity thore is for such things
the moro divorces and the more
crimes will occur.
Othor criticisms of tho dally press
at tho mooting wore of the headlines
wh'ch misled tho reader as to tho
meaning of tho text or are written
to be only plcturosquo or dramatic.
Wo, says the Chronicle, on this
score, concede that headlines somo
tlmes fall short or offond taste, but
in journals of quality tho blamo Is
usually mechanical. In tho fixed
spaco given headlines, so that thoy
may preservo typographical unity,
thore Is not room for full details and
tho right descrlptlvo word sometimes
bvorruns, leaving the writer to take
the next best. And there Is always
It Is far easier for a critic, with
unllmitod words at call, to point out
tho deficiencies of headlines than It
Is for a writer who can only get a
few words Into a given space and
must do it speed'ly, to cure thorn,
lie is usually fortunate if undor such
a handicap ho can bo oxnet.
In the attributes of honosty,
whirii tho ladles also considered,
pnpors differ as mon do, says the ,
Chronicle, according to their lights,
but the gep-.ral run of them are,
movo reliable than people who puss
news of their own from mouth to
mouth. The Fourth Estate.
Kilts n Murdoror.
A merciless murdorer Is Appendi
c'tls with many vlotims. But nr. 1
King's New Life Pills kill It by pre
vention. They gontly stimulate I
stqmaoh, liver and bowels, prevent
ing that dogging that invites appen
iinitin niirini' Const'nat on. Head-;
nnho. Biliousness. Chills. 25c at J
What's the use of pre
tending? Time will find
make no pretense, but they've taught
thousands of men what quality meant
in a cigarette. They are what they
are, always the longer you smoke
them the better you'll like them.
10 for 10 cents
THE JOHN BOLLMAN CO., Mfri.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO IM.
PROVE FOURTEENTH STREET
Notice Is hsreby given that the
Common Council of tho City of Sa
lem Oregon deems It oxpedlqnt and
proposes to lmprovo Fourteenth St.
In tho city of Salem Oregon from
tho North lino of State street to tho
North lino of Marlon street with
concrete pavement, according to the
plans and specifications adopted for
said improvement and on file in tho
ofllco of tho City Recorder, which
said specifications aro hereby re
ferred to for a moro perfect descrip
tion of said Improvement; said im
provement to bo made at tho ox
penso of tho adjacent property with
in tho limits of said Improvement.
Remonstrances may bo filed
against said improvement within 10
days of the final publication of this
The date of the first publication
of this notlco Is tho 23rd day of
By order of tho Common Council.
W. A. Moores, City Recorder.
Adopted by tho Common Council
this 21st day of March, 1910.
W. A. Moores, City Recorder.
It's the World's Best.
No one has ever made a salve,
ointment or balm to comparo with
Bucklen's Arnica Salve. It's the one
perfect healer of Cuts, Corns, Burns,
Bruises, Sores, Scalds, Boils, Ulcers,
Eczema, Salt Rheum. For Sore Eyes,
Cold Sores, Chapped Hands, or
Sprains, it's supreme. Infalliblo for
Piles. Only 25c at J. C. Perry's.
SAVAGE & PRUNK
For Fnrms nnd City
135 S. COMMERCIAL ST.
NOTICE TO OWNERS OF PROPERTY
Owners of Farms Large and Small, Improved
On the 10th day of April the
begin, at its offices in the cities of Salem and Portland, Oregon, the listing of every avail
able farm that is for sale in the Willamette Valley, We will not list farms for sale on
commission, as this firm does not sell on commissions,
We Want to Buy your Farm Outright.
Here is a Form for you to Fill Out and Send in to Us.
Owner . ; .
. No, Acres Cleared - Slashed
Pasture, Timber Kind
Fruit Kind Age Condition
Distance from School
Address all Mail Regarding this Advertisement to
P. C. LAVEY COMPANY
WHOLESALE REAL ESTATE. U. S. National Bank Building Salni, Oregon
BECIITEL & BYNON'S BARGAIN'S
Somo Good House Buys
$2800 buys a modorn 2-tory S-
room house on Cottago Street, closo
In, city water, largo lot.
$1900 takes a 2-story, 8-room
Iioubo on Summer stroot and a very
largo lot. somo milt trees.
I $1400 gets a small houso of four
rooms In Yow Park. Lot 80xl5C.
l This Is a modern houso and well
Wo have lately listed a lot of lots
in different sections of tho city and
can submit a 'largo list at very low
Fine Farm Property
Here is a first-class farm: 120
acres all In cultivation, 20 acres of
which is young orchard In good con
dition, well built house, largo barn
and outbuildings; rich black loam
and all fenced and cross fenced.
This place Is just threo miles and
a half east of town on a good road
and Is considered ono of tho best
farms in tho county. Closo to
school and In good neighborhood.
This farm Is level and well
drained and Is In every way an A
No. 1 place. Tho land, tho location,
the improvements nnd in fact,
everything, is In Its favor.
If you want a flrst-clnss place let
us show you this property. It is all
and more than this advertisement
represents it to be.
Price is right and terms can bo
given to suit.
BEOHTEL & BYNON
8-17 Stato Street Ground Floor
DO YOU WANT A HOME?
AVE HAVE THEM.
IOC acres, 70 in cultivation, bal
ance good timber. All fenced and
good land, on splendid road in 7
miles of Salem. Only $50 per acre.
575 acros, 5-room house, 2 barns,
goat houso and orchard; 200 acres
in cultivation and crop; 200 acres
open pasture, good; balance timber;
woll watered; all stock and machin
ery goes; only $20,000. Seo this be
fore you buy.
18 acres new 4-room house, barn,
orchard, fine well, 10 acres In culti
vation; throe acres of fine timber;
balnco pasture; all fenced, on good
road. For a few days only $2700.
Wo havo houses in all parts of
city,, from $800 to $7500. See us,
wo can suit you.
Some flno lots close In cheap.
Wo havo somo choice acreage in
sjnall tracts. Houso to rent, etc.
If you want to buy, seo us. We sell
A. C. SMITH & CO.
Phono 1507 544 State St.
My list may couialn exactly what
you want. T. C. JORY,
200 Com'l St., Salem. Or.
wholesale real estate firm of P,
Character of Land
REAL ESTATE BARGAINS
A Flno Llttlo Ranch
Wo havo 40 acros, with 20 ncrc3
in grain, and 20 acres in timber and
pasture; 5-room house, pantry, bath.
A flno 70ft. woll, with windmill.
$350 worth of furnlturo; 3 horsoa
worth $550; 2 cows; good wagon;
huggy; 3 dozon chlckons; cream sep
arator; now plow and harrow; barn
20x26; cowshed, 14x2G.
In fact everything goes for $4300:
or land alone, $3000. This Is a
good, cheap buy, If taken at once.
A flno 22 acres; all in cultivation;
in tho edge of good town; good 5
room houso; all tho furnlturo,
horses, cows; everything goes. A
now $70 steel range. For only
This is a dirt cheap place, you
cannot afford to let this pass by un
noticed; It is ono of tho best 22
acres in Willamotto Valley. Thero
Is a spring on ono corner of it, that
Is worth moro than you can Imagine;
water all year around; every foot of
tho land Is good. Ask us about this
at onco. Yours for Business.
J. O. SCHULTZ & CO.
Bush Bank Building
Good "C room house, barn, woll,
fruit trees, 2 flno lots for only $800.
A good C roam houso, barn, fruit,
otc. Lot lOOxlfiR ft.: 2 blocks from
A fine 20-acre tract 5 miles out,
running water; good well; house; 2
barns; orchard; 3 acres timber and
pasture; 3 cows; 1 heifer; 2 calves;
2 horses; wagon; buggy; hack
harness; all tools; 50 chickens; 100
bus. potatoes and corn. A snap at
A beautiful 20-acre homo; good
9-room house; 2 barns, orchard.
All kinds fruits and flowers. This
Is a dandy, closo in. Torms; seo it.
12 acres, close, fine Improvements.
Lots of fruit. Just outside of city,
40 acres 5 miles out. Good im
provements, fruit etc.; no better
land, fine location. This is worth
seeing; only $7500.
5 acres of splendid orchard, 6
miles out; mostly winter apples; no
Two nice lots on Stato St., $-100
Good new house and lot, north
front, $1,000. Easy terms, small
5 room house, north Commercial
Houses in all parts of city for
sale and rent. Fruit tract orchards,
small and largo farms. For bargains
of all kinds see mo. Also employ
ment for both men and women, all
lines of work. Notary work and in
surance. For the besi opening, in a flno,
new progressive town on the Chica
go, Milwaukee, & St. Paul R. R. at
Othela, Washington. Lots from
$75 to $500, easy payments. Guar
antee steady work, at good wages
and if property is not as represented
your money back with expenses.
R. R. RYAN
Cor. Commercial and Center Sts.
C, Lavev & Company
Capital Journal "Want Ads" Bring
One cent a word 'or first Insertion.
Ono-bulf cent a word for each Insertion
thereafter. No advertisement takeli for
ten than 20c Cunt tlx wordi te tbe
WOOD FOR SALE. Ash and flr
wood delivered In 12 and 16
inch, in 4-foot lengths. SIddall
& Eaton, C70 N. Liberty. Phono
FOR SALE Good general merchan
dise business. Only store nt
placo. Part cash. Address O,
Journal ofllco. 1-14-tf.
OUR mixed pork sausage soils for
10c per pound. 173 South Com
mercial street. 1-12-tf
FOR SALE Good 1 H. P. Staver
gasoline engine, cheap. Inquire
at 178 South Liberty St. 5-22-tf
FOR SALE Extra choico seed pota
toes. Also a quantity of Fmall
potatoes. J. H. Lanterman. 960
Broadway. Phono 678. 3-5-tf
FOR SALE Modern, five-room cot
tage, bath and plumbing complete,
full cement basement, furnace, elec
tric lights, fine lawn, fruit trees,
shade trees, berries, flowers, 1477
Chemoketa streot. 3-10-tf
FOR SALE Ten lots; newly fenced.
All under cultivation. See owner,
22 nd and Hydo Btreets. Turner
FOR SALE 18-room rooming house,
threo blocks from depot on Main
street; three years' leaso. Want to
go East. Will Rellly, Eugene,
FOR SALE Fine Jersey bull ready
for use. Seo R. R. Ryan.
COW FOR SALE I havo a good
Jersey cow for sale. Paul & Min
zenmler. Fair Grounds road
near Tile Factory. 3-30-3t
WANTED AT ONCE. Five men to
work on farm and hop ranches, 2
men and wives to work on farms,
4 men and teams, 1 chambermaid.
All good wages. A. C. Smith Co.,
544 State street. Phon 1507.
MEN WANTED Hop yard work;
$1.75 per day. Krebs Bros., Bush
bank building. Phone 121.
TEAMS WANTED Hop yard work.
Krebs Bros., Bush bank building.
Phone 121. 3-19-tf
WANTED A good spinner, steady
day work. Wire at once if can
come. Bandon Woolen Mills,
Bandon, Oregon. 3-28-6t
WANTED Young man to learn au
' tomobilo driving and repairing.
Balem Auto School and Commis
sion House. Corner Front and
i WANTED Young man, about 18, to
work at Salem Auto Garage.
WANTED AT ONCE Two men on
farms, good places. Two men,
$1.50 and board. Twenty men on
hop ranch. Wo havo somo good
girls for house work. A. C. Smith
& Co., 544 State St. Phono 1507.
FOR RENT A lC-cro hop yard.
For further Information Inquire
of W. H. Egan, Gervnis, Oregon.
R. R. No. 2. Phone, Farmers, 3G.
COAL OIL, GASOLINE And Dis
tolato delivered to private families
In any quantity, to any part of tho
city. Starr Oil Co. Phone 1241.
SALEM GRANGE NO. 17, PATRONS
of Husbandry Meets in Hurst
Hall on State street, on the fourth
Saturday of each month, at 10:30
a. m. Visiting and sojourning
members welcome. F. A. Myers,
master. Zella S. Fletcher, secre
PIANO TUNING Lutollus L.
Woods, tuning, polshlng, repair
ing. Telophono 984. Shop G30
N. Winter St. 3-2-lyr
Tho Sound Sleep of Good Health.
Tho restorntlve power of sound
sloop can not bo over estimated and
and ailment that prevents it is a
monnco to health. J. L. Southors,
Eau Clnlro, Wis., says; "For a long
tlmo I havo been unablo to sloop
soundly nights, becnuso of pains
across my back and soronoss of my
kldnoys. My nppotlto was very poor
and my general condition was very
much run down. I havo boon tnk
Ing Foley's Kidney Pills but a short
time and now sleep as sound as a
rock. I oat and enjoy my meals,
nnd my general condition is greatly
improved. ' I can honestly recom
mepd Foley's Kidney PIUs an I know
tliey havo cured me." J. C. Perry.
, Good roadH, like good streets,
uiuke habitation along them moat
i i i Oil
Piles Cured in s to 11 Days.
JAZO OINNTMENT Is guaranteed U
ure any caso of Itching, Blind, Bleed
ug or Protruding Piles In 6 to 14
jays or monoy rofundod. 60o
PAINTING Paper hanging nnd elgn
writing. See mo If you aro think
ing of doing work of the abovo do
scription. P. O. box 213. Allan
Hutchcon, Salem. 3-10-lm
BUTTE & WENDEROTH Flno
wines .liquors and cigars. Wo han
dle tho celebrated Kellogg and
Castlo whiskies. Cool and re
freshing beer constantly on
draught. South Commercial St.
SALEM WATER COMPANY Offlco.
city hall. For water service apply
at office. Bills payable monthly
G. F. MASON BOX COMPANY
247 Miller street, South Salem;
manufacturers of all kinds oC
boxes, crates and fruit dryor ac
cessories. Phono 308. if
ELLIS & WOOD Real estato,
loans and insuranco, notary pub
lic, employment bureau. Phone
554. 476 Court St., Salem. Ore
gon. Ticket ofllco Hamburg-American
stcampshlp lines. 1 1-1-1 yr
H. G. MEYER & CO. Tho best antt
largest shop in tho city. Six
first-class barbers. Only first-class
bootblack in city; porcelain baths
and everything pertaining to a flrat
class shop. Also carry a full lino
of cigars and tobacco andbarbom'
supplies, rc 2 Commercial streot,
next door to Statesman ofllco.
DR. B. H. WHITE,
Osteopath anil Nervo SpodaJZif.
Graduate of the American School
,of Osteopathy, Kirksvllle,. M,,
1902. Post-graduato and special
ized in nervous diseases at Los
Angeles College, 19Q9. Treats
acute and chronic diseases. Con
sultation free. Lady attendant.
Office, 505-6 U. S. National Bank
Bldg. Phono 859. Residence 34C
North Capitol St.; phone 409.
PAINTERS, PAPER HANGERS.
PAINTER AND PAPER HANGER
Estimates made and flrst-claas
work done. I. D. Driver, 617
North Capitol street, Salem, Or.
Phone 92C. G-26-tt
KENNEDY & PORTER
130 Liberty St. Phono 48B
Paper Hangers and Painters
Carry a full Una up-to-dato Wall
Hangings, Mouldings, otc. Paints,
Varnishes, Calsomlne and Glass.
THEO. M. BARR Plumbing,, hot
water and steam heating and tin
ning, 104 Commercial St. Phone,
Main 192. 9-1-lyr
OTTO MUELLHAUPT Plumbing,
heating, gas fitting; prices reas
onable; wo"rk guaranteed; esti
mates furnished. Phono 373
j. jGG Chemekota street. 4-17-lf
SALEM TRANSFER CO. Suecas
sors to Cummins Bros. Transfer
orders for transferring promptly
attended to. Wo also carry a lino
of building material, plaster, oe
mont, lime, building blocks and
fancy cement blocks.
BUTTERNUT BREAD It la rrottk.
more than any other bread, jot
tho price is no higher. Fob aato
at your grocer's. California B&K
ery, Thomas & Cooloy, Props.
MODERN WOODMEN of AMERICA.
Orogon Cedar Camp No, 6246..
Meets every Thursday evening at
8 o'clock In Holmori Hall. W. W.
Hill, Counsel; F. A. Turner, Clefk.
WOODMEN OF WORLD Moot pv
ory Friday night at 7:30 o'clock
in Holman Hall, Geo. H. Dacon. O.
C; L, H. Flotchor, Cork. 1-10-09
SALEM HUMANE SOCIETY Dr.
W. H. Byrd, presldont; Mrs. H.
W. Moyors, vice-president; Ed.
Glllingham, secretary. Executive
committeo: Rev. Barr Q. Loo,
Miss Kittle Moore, Mrs. E. Hofer.
Cases of cruelty to animals should
bo reported to the Society for in
vestigation. One Conductor Who Was Cured.
Mr. Wilford Adams is his name.
and ho writes about it. "Somo tlmo
ngo I was confined to my bod with,
chronic rhoumatisni. I used two
bottles of Foley's Kldnoy Remedy
with gopd offect, and tho third bot
tlo put mo on my feet and I re
sumed work as conductor on tho
Lexington, Ky Street Railway. It
gavo me more rollof than any medi
cine I had evor used, and It will do
all you claim In cases of rheuma
tism." Foloy's Kldnoy Romodr
cures rhoumatisni by eliminating the
uric aciu rrom tho blood. J. C,
Tho Ono Do you bollovo with
Shakespearo that all tho world's a
stage? ThO Other Yes: but lnstoal
of bolng players, I bollovo that most
or us aro stage horses. Chicago
Any lady rondor of this paper will
recolvo. on raquoet. a olovor "No
Drip" Coffee Stralnor Coupon prlyll
ogo. from Dr. Shoop, Raclno, Wis.
It Is sllverplatod, very protty, and
poslt'vely prevents al dripp'ng of ea
or coffee. The Doctor sends It. with
his low free book on "Health Cof
fee" simply to Introduce this clover
substitute for real coffee. Dr. Shoops
Health Coffeo Is Kaintng its great
popularity bocause of: first. Its ex
qu'sito taste and flavor; second, Its
absoluto healthfulness; third. Its
economy 1 lb. 25o: fourth. Its
convenience. No todlus 20 to 30
mi nut os boiling. "Mado in a min
ute," says pr. Shoop. Try it at your
grocer's for a pleasant surprise. JV