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tj I , The Trenton Sun. Hr MALLnZCH. Editor TRENTON ................ ILLINOIS. A Taere is as much KlCKmg uone in a baseball game as In a football bat. tle. ,o Emil,rot 0ect0r8 Pralu its Ingrdlmts. We refer to that boon to wek, n ervou Juffering women known UDr. Pierce s Favorite Prescription. : Dr. Jehn Fyfe one of the _itorial Staff Of THE ECLECT,MEDICAL RViW says of Unicorn root (He/ots Die.a)which is one of the chief ingrodients of the "Fa- vorite Prescription" : "A remedy which invariably acts as a uter- ine invigorator * * * makes for normal ac- vity of the entire reproductive system." He continues "in Helonias we have a medLca- ment which more fully answers the above iurDoses th(1 an.M other druo w. whfh I writ Man's superstition refuses to worl c .qtt. tnhseSstTtOtrhaseaaSels  . tuner rO we . Jy, . when he is offered thirteen oysters fol en which do not Dresen some indication & dozen ] for this remedial agent." Dr. Fyfe further " ] laYS: eThe follow. aremon8 the l e&dllr : ..... I 'hdlcatlons for Helbiflas (Umcorn root). Fsm Ewing, N J has a e5 000 nistv' [ or aching  the back. with lealcorrha; .... ., v. , .. . . /" I atorflc (weak) ccdltions o[the repr actLve The natural su]  is that it ale( l Grams of women, mefatal flel)resstq. a Xr= has a C )  [ rttdtllty,;Itmi, atedwlthehronicdieses0 :. . [ the reDrodUCtlve orzans or woment constan ' : I xnsation of heat in the region of the kid- ney: menorrhag)a (floodinS)..dao to ffi weak- ened condition of the reproauctive sYsteml amenorrhcea (suppresmd 9t M)sent monthly Deriods). arising Irgm or. acS}O, mpanying an atmormIcondiionief, the dlgestiv O]}'g.arns and anamlc (thin blood)hblt: draggln sensations in the extreme lower Dart of the Hall ale says:that "he can think best in church. Apparently the min- isters do not disturb him. That, fiery agtttdr, old Vesuvius, has shot off hismoUth' again, and in- cldentaMy blowup.his head Off. Mrs. lusseIl Sage says that women smoke :ld drink, too much. About how mlm]  woud be just enough? A d ma'n te betng dead four tff revi ed and will get well. S hope for Philadelphia. Seeker football is open to the ob- Jection that:,it brlng less fame and gives' less employment to the sur- geons. - :, &% _ Allow your.fgination to dwell for a moment upon "The Marseillaise" as It probably sounds when done into Russian. "Marrtag'e Wiftt us is an lrksmeln. stltution," declares the London W)rld, The editor's wife evidently takes some other paper. People who endeavor to enlist sym- pathy for a chauffeur: who "hogged" the road have a job that is likely to last a long time. Prize fighting wasn't brutal enough to satisfy one pugilist, so he has taken to writing popular songs. Is there no law against It? When friends urge you to come and see them "any time," it requires some figuring to find out Just when that time is.--Atchison Globe. The man who fell under a freight train and di not break his flask of whisky probably had taken a course in first aid to the injured. Mayor Boyle of Newport, R. I., has been nominated for his fourteenth term. He must be to Newport what President Diaz is to Mexico. There is some fear lest the nihil- ism in Rtmslt has so increased the quicksands that a good foundation for gvernment will he hard to find. "Kid" McCoy, the prize fighter, has married a widow with three young childreh. This thoroughly disproves the charge that Mr, McCoy lacks gill Russia exchanged 1,866 Japanese prisoners for 64,000 Russians. Japan may not mean it that way, but it looks a good deal llke adding insult to in- Jury, The Boston Globe says in some ad- vice to sportsmen that they should be sure what they shoot has'four legs. Does this legalize a shot at the farm* er's cow? A New York man got married in the Tower of London, which is called "the saddest spot on earth." Not the first man to lose his head there.- New York Herald. A Plttsburg physician who sued a widow for breach of promise is now married to her. This is a new meth- od of going to court a wife by first taking a wifd to court. The proposition to limit salaries to $10,000 a year would get more gen- eral support if it were amended to make it a proposition to increase all salaries to $10,000 a year. One learned antiquarian explains that Westminster abbey "was once the abbey of a monastery," but he unfortunately neglects to give the ame of the monastery's abbess. Only $6,000,000 of the sum Philadel- phia a filtration system cost her was got away with by the Iolitician& That is very moderate, considering that the total sum was $18,000,000. It is now shown that the late Sec- retary Hay died a comparatively wealthy man. He abandoned the am. bttion to become a poet early enough in life to apvreclate:the value of money. An Iowa man while cutting corn unearthed a pot of gold. Let the youth of the land observe that the man w working when this bit of luck struck him. not loafing around a livery stable, The United States produces 98 per cent of the world's known Output of natural gas. Now who will be the first to rise up and say that congress and other legislative bodies furnish 98 per cent of the natural gas output of the United States? A Pennsylvania man who made a Journey to Spain to get a mythical for, . tune offered to him .by a Spanlsh letter writing swindler bas come back with- out the fortune, but as. his health is Improved by the trip he isn't loser, after all. abdomen." If more or less of the above symptoms are present, no invalid woman can do better than take Dr. Pierce's Favqrite Prescription, one of the leallngJnredi- eut of which [s Unlcorn,root#qr etontas, and. the medical prQpertiesof wliich it most faithfully represents ......... : O Golden Seal root, another promteh ingredient of "Favorite Prescription," Prof%F: Ftaffwood, M. D. of, Ben- nett Medlea Col le, ChiCs;go, says: :, nit is an important remedy in dBorder of the womb. In all ctarrhal conditions *   * and feneral enfecblement it Is ufal." Prof. John M. Scudde,M. D., late of Cincinnati. saysof Gblddn Seal root : In relattonto 1 general effects o the rytem, theee t='n d, n ue ddbt @hdh fh'   omrro2 tmanimt oy aPtntan. It iS Wnta//@ rearded as t tonic useful in all debilitated states." . . Prof. Bartholow, M!D,. of Jefferson Medical College, says of Golden Seal : "Valuable in uterine hemorrhe, menorr rhagla (flooding) and canffestAvO dysmenor- rhoa (palnful menstruation)." . Dr.Pierce's Faveri Prescxptionath o fully represents all the above named in- ffredients and cures the diseases for which hey are recommeIcled. " .- : Isn't He a Nlce Man, Ladles? After all, a pretty baby doesn't nee a prize. A pretty baby is a prize. And all babies are pretty.--Nrth Adams Trans{arlnt. ULCERS FOR 30 YEARS. Painful Eruptions From Knees to Feet Seemed Incurable--Cuticura Ends Misery. of those remarkable cures Cutieura, after doctors and all else had fatle is testified to ,by Mr. M. C. Mos of Gainesville, Texas, in the following letter: "For over thirty years I suffered from painful ulcers and an eruption from my knees to feet, and could find neither doctors nor medicine to help me, until I used Cutlcura Soap, Ointment and Pills, which cured me in six mths. They helped me the very first time I used them, and I am glad to write this so that others suffering uI did may be saved from misery." Real Contentment. Money doesn't lilng happine, but It makes a fellow feel mighty con- tented when he lS ordering a first. class dinner.--Atlnta C0tltuUon. (From  Chicago Journal, Nov. , 1905.) When Commissioner Garfield went to the Chicago packers and asked to inspect their books, the Condition was made that no informa- tion he might obtain therefrom would be used in court proceedings against them. Mr. Garfield gave this pledge, it is stated, and the packers allowed him to study their business in all its de- tails from the inside. : Now, it is announced, the results of his study have been turned over to the government department of Justice to be employed in legal prosecution of the packers. Commissioner Garfield would not have ventured to give the pledge that was demanded by the packers without instructions from Washington. He pledged, not his own word, but the government's. It is not his good fattll, but the government's, that is In.ques- tion now. The Journal has no concern for the packers, except as they are citizens of Chicago. If it can be proved that they are guilty of engaging in a con- spiracy in restraint of trade, they ought to be punished. But their guilt, if they are guilty, must be fairly proved. They must be given a square deal. Since the government has elevated its vision to such a height as to over- look the nest of defiant criminal trusts in New Jersey, almost within the shadow of the capitol dome, in order to fasten itself a thousand miles away upon Chicago, the government and the President cannot be too careful to avo suspicion that they are more anxious to prosecute western offend- ers than offendbrs in the east. Some of the methods already era- in this case have not been par- ticularly distinguished for decency. When the government breaks into a man's house and steals his private pa- pers, when it drags the wives of pack- lag-house employee into court and puts them under heavy bonds, It is hardly dignified, not to say honorable nor even respectable. 'Penny Changes Owners Often. A penny is estimated to change hands about 125,000 times In the course of its life. Antiquity of Ropemaklng. Although the name of the first ropemaker and that o the land in which he practiced his art have both been lost to history, Egyptian sculp- tures prove that the are was practiced at least 2,000 years before the time of ChrisL Novel Want "Ad." An English provincial newspaper has an advertisement reading: "Want- edPlowman and cattleman. Irish or French preferred; no high educated or footballers incl.ned wanted," SEEK CUT IN ASSESSMENTS Board of Equalization to Hear Logan County  Residents. Colonel John Oglesby of Elkhart will head a delegation of Logan coun- ty residents who will be given a hear- ing before .he state board of equaliza- tion next Tuesday to present their ar- guments for reductions in assess- ments. The' Logan county board Of re- View increased the assessments of towu ots 2 er cent. on lands 15 per cent and on personal property 25 per JS 4' cent, Edward -F. Glennon, .represent- ing the Iew York Central lines; 'H. W. Miller, relbrsenting the, Mobite and Ohio and Southern railways, and W J. Parsons of the Chicago, Milwau- kee and St. Paul,presented,arguments agast an increase in the assess- ments of their respective lines before the railroad committee. GRANDMOTHER IS YOUNG. Mrs. C Trenton Sutherd of Virginia is the youngest grandmother in Case county. She recently passed her thir- ty-fourth birthday and soon after a child was born:to her daughter: Mrs. Thomas Finn of, Ashland., Mrs. Suth- erd was formerl Miss Ida (]alies and was married at 'an early age to J. H. Cooper, but is now the wife of a con- tractor. She is a pretty woman of the pure blonde type, with the best of taste in dress and exceedingly youth- ful in appearance. NEAR DEATH ON WEDDING NIGHT Girl Is Fatally Burned While Prepar- ing Supper for Guest Two hours before the time set for her wedding. Miss Ads Wells of Tay. lorville, was fatally burned when net dress, on which she had spilled gaso- line, caught fire from an open grate, Tbe tragedy Occurred shortly before the first of the guests invited to the wedding began to arrive at the house. Miss Wells had busied herself all aft- ernoon and evening helping to prepare the wedding supper. In the afternoon she used gasoline, and accidentally spilled some on her clothing. Then she left the kRchen and was on her way to dress for her wedding when as she passed through the sitting room, her clothing burst into a flame. Fatally Hurt In Flight. Matthew Bruner, a painter living near Falrbury, in a fit of temporory insanity. Jumped from an upper story of a partly finished house to the base- ment, and then. cut and bleeding and without clothes, continued his mad flight, leaping through the windows ot three farmhouses and dropping ex- hausted after a long run. He was ter- ribiy gashed when found, and will die. Grading New Race Course. The management of the new sports- man's park has completed grading the race course and ball grounds, prepara- tory to the erection of the grandstand and other buildings early in the spring. It will be known as Madison park and is located on the McKinley interurban lifie, about a mile south of Edwardsville. Hold Up Hotel Clerk. Night Clerk Jacob Hurst of the Gait betel Rt Sterling, at the point of a re- volver, was forced to open the safe by a hold-up man, who secured $20 and then robbed the clerk of $30 and a watch and escaped. It makes the second time in two months that the hotel has been robbed. Farmer Ends Hie Life. J. N. Sutherland, a retired farmer, residing near Golconda, committed sui- cide by discharging both barrels of a shotn into his head. Line to tate Fair Grounds. The Springfield consolidated railway company is preparing to extend its Fifth street line to the state fair grounds. Mangled by Falling Tree. Orls Berry, aged 30. of Liter, was burning timber, when a tree. burned nearly off. fell on him, horribly mang- ling him. Sues for Building Bridge. The Penn Bridge company of Beav- er Falls, Pa., filed suit against White- side county, Illinois, for $30,000 as half payment in construction eL a bridge across the Rock river in Ster- l':n g. Grocery Store Is Closed. The retail store of the Estes Gro- cery "company was closed at Haln- .burg on a 3udgment note held against W. J. Estes. the head of the firm, by salesman for an Evansville grocery firm. FIX DATE FOR RATE DECISION Railroad and Warehouse Commission I= Expected to Afford Relief, Chairman Neville of the stae rail- road and warehouse commission hss lromised Governor Deneen that, after a delay of three years, the c0mmlssloh will hand down its dcision on the Ieight rate case in which the ship- pers pleaded for relief f]o the rail- roads, Tuesday, Dec. 5. :Recently a committee of the shippers waited on the governor to ask if the decision was ever going to4nade , and the annonncement fII4" soon.  - It is predicted by some that:te de- c.sion will call for an average reduc- tion of 17 per cent in rates throughou% the state, tho'ugh the text is clOsely guarded. Twenty- per cent reduc- tion was what the'lp'S agkefor. ecrettry Kilpatrick tht6'fimnths ago announced that the decision would be handed down at a meeting of the c0m- mission the foilowingday, but it was not. It is said that every month's delay means a profit Of mahy :thou- sands Of dollars to the railroads. The report that the commission is l,reparing an order reducing passenger fares to a 2-cent basis is denied vigor- ously, and it is declared no such move has been contemplated. Commissioner A. L. French of Jack- sonville, when asked regarding the re- duction of freight and passenger rates in Illinois, said absolutely nothing could be given out at this time. Al- though the commissioners have in- formally gone over the matter, no re- port is yet made up; he said, /nd noth- ing definite has yet bee n decided upon by the board. Mr. French says that the ground has been gone over thor- ,oughlty and that an order will be en- tered by the commissioners the nathan of which he cannot and would not give out. Lease From City Is Upheld. The right of the city of Paris to grant a ]ease to property outside the city was upheld by the Edgar Circuit court when it sustained a demurrer to a bill of injunction brought by tax- payers agaiust the Reservoir Park Fishing and Boating club of Paris. The clubs holds under ]ease from the city a tract of ground used as a pleasure resort. The lease was attached On the ground that It had been obtained from the city council through collusion and fraud. The court upheld the right ef the city to grant the lease and dismiss the allegations of fraud. Deneen Opposes Pc=mrs. In an interview this morning Gov- ernor Deneen stated that during the thirteen months that are to elapse be- tween now and the next meeting "of the legislature he will urge upon the members of the legislative body the evils of free transportation in the rail- road: question. "It is true that I am going to urge upon the next legislature a law prohibiting the issue of passes all persons except those employed by the railroads directly." New Interurban Starts. The electric street railrdad connect- ing the cities of Anna and Jonesboro and the hospital for insane, one mile north of Anna. was placed in operation at Anna Friday. The road is owned by Francis S. Peabody of Chicago and other capitalists of that city, and is bonded for $100.000. Its equipment ts of the best and the road will engage in hauling the freight and coal for the hospital. The resident manager is A.. A. Faslg. District W. R. (. Meets. The annual district convention of the Woman's relief corps was held in Pans, and delegates from various cit- ies in central Illinois were present. The address of welcome was made by Mrs. Lucile Weber and the response by Mrs. Fanny Eckles of Springfield. In the afternoon the Pans corps exem- plified the ritual. In the evening a campfire was held, followed bY a ban- quet. Dies of His Injuries. The death of William T Wood, for eleven years a dry goods merchant of Bloomington, occurred Nov. 24. He was attacked by a peddler Aug. 11, and injuries received then resulted in his death. Centenarian is Dead. Eliza Henkte North. who celebrated her one hundredth birthday at Yates City Oct. 28, died Nov. 24 after an ill- ness of a few days. She is Survived by seventy-two descendants. Plan to Render "The Messlal" The Springfield choral society, with 150 members, is a new organization in musical circles. The society is preparing to render The Messiah. To Have Skyscraper, The. contract for the new eight-sto- ry fireproof Ferguson building, which is to be erected at Sixth and Monroe streets, Springfield, has been let. Aged Man Is Killed. C. Barnett, 80 years old, was killed on the Mobile and Ohio railway trac at Baldwin, a small town near Red Bd, while trying tO cross the track before an approaching fast througa passenger train. Charge Is Serious. George Gossup ahd Frank Husk of Shabbona hve been arrested on the charge of placing two wheelbarrows on the tracks of the Chicago, Burling- ton and Quincy at that place on Hal- loween, SHORT NEWS STORIES Wealthy German will marry stenog- rapher of Buffalo. Rock Island gets outlet to Gulf by subsidiary lines. St. Louis sportsmen kill much game in Indian Territory. Military of Sabastopol joins work- men under red flag. M., K. & T. officials are inspecting alien lines In Texas. Lord Roseberry's home-rule stand widens breach in party. George H. Blunt of St. Louis ends life with gas in Baltimore, Mark Twain will celebrate his sev- entieth birthday Thursday. Central Freight Association to ad- Just grain rates to Southeast. E. P. Ripley says completion of canal will noz injure railroads. For several months male birth rate has exceeded female in St. Louis. Two are sentenced by New York Supreme Court for election frauds. St. Louis defeats Chicago in con- test for mail route from East to West. Navy Department orders autopsy on Branch's body. Fleet of the Powers sails for Island near Dardenelles. Town in Missourl where Mark "Twain was lorn' is careless of his fame. Allied fleet of Powers nears Turkey, It is reported that the Sultan is weak- ening. Jay Lawder is shot and killed while boarding a train at Farber, Me., by E. 3. Bailey. Michael Gavin, Who had been em- ploye of St. Louis postoffice for forty years, is dead. Missouri Supreme Court discharges five men convicted of gambling on river steamer. Three convicts to be indicted for murder of penitentiary officers at Jef- ferson City, Me. Moscow Zemstvo Congress decides to support Czar, Count Witte and Im- perial manifesto. Convention of National Federation of Labor orders assessment for benefit of striking printers. Twenty-one persons are injured in four street car accidents in various parts of St. Louis. Before Interchurch Conference, Bishop Hendrix declares world daily eliminates some vice. Cracksmen blow safe at Springfield, ill.. securing $250; about $800 is left vn floor of residence. President summons Chief Engineer Stevens home to confer on reeort in favor of sea-level canal. Fifteen are killed and thirty serious- ly injured In rear-end train collision near Lincoln, Mass. Naval surgeons perform autopsy on body of Midshipman Branch, who died after fight at Annapolis. LV. Louis delegation gets much en- couragement from Roosevelt and Cor- telyou for fast mall train. Taft says the United States cannot afford to relinquish control of Phlli pines for more than generation. The question of whether the Pan- ama Canal shall be a lea-level or a Iock-ditch'has not yet been decided. President Roosevelt says he is not in favor of abolishing the game of football, but of having it played fairly. Second assault on home of Justice of the Peace at Smithton, Ill., is re- pulsed by guards, who ired riot guns. President Roosevelt declines hear- ing to Henry M. Whitney, whom he accused of willful misrepresentation. Son of former Senator Cockrell opens what promises to be the largest copper deposit in the world In Mexico. New York citizens inaugurate a move to secure law compelling sources of campaign expenses to be made public Race track of New Orleans Jockey Club may be destroyed by city, if ne- cessity for opening new streets proven. Pennsylvania University issues ap- peal to American schools for elimina- tion of brutality and roughness in football. Henry M. Whitney, in detailed state- ment of his misunderstanding with the President, says that Mr. Roosevelt has erred. Cuban officials are alarmed tt the plot to attack the President. Two petitions are circuplated on the Isle of Pines. Bandits loot and burn the postofllce, a large store and residence at Clifton City, Me. Several other stores in the town are robbed. Three eighteen-ton battleships, with a speed capacity of eighteen knots, are recommended by the General Board of the Navy. Panama Canal Commission will ask ,Congress for emergency appropriatlon of $16,000,000 to pay expenses to and of current year. Many women are victims of footpads in Chicago, and one who resisted is killed; man who claims to be Yale graduate arrested. The strike spreads at Moscow and factories and houses are pillaged. The mutineers are practically hemmed in at Sevastopol, and a battle is expect- ed. Vladivostok troops revolt and many are reported killed. TWICE-TOLD TESTIMONY. 1 A Woman Who Has Suffered Tells How tq Find Relief, The thousands of women who suffer. backache, lang'uor, urinary disorders and other kidney ills, will find comfort in the words of Mrs.' Jane Farrell of 606 Ocean syenite, Jer- sey City, N. J., who says: "I reiterate all I have said be- fore in praise of DoRh's 'Kidney Pills. I had een having heavy backaches, and my general health was affected when I began us. ing them. My feet were swollen, my .eyes puffed, and dizzy spells were fre- quent. Kidney action was irregular an the secretions highly colored. To- day, however, I am a well woman, and ! am confident that Dean's Kidney . Pills have made me so, and are keep- ing me well." Sold by all dealers. 50 cents a bet, Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N.Y. , Message to a Chelkea Man, " A prominent Hebrew citizen of Chesea, Mass., received the following message.from a brother who wa to sail for.he United States from Ru- sis: "Will sail for America next week. Meet me at the edge." :, ! Curse Blood, Skin Troubles, Oancea' Blood Poison. Greatest Blood . Purifier Free. If your blood is. impure thin did- eased, hot or full of humors, ;if you have :blood:poison, cancer, carbuncles, eating sores, scrofula, eczema, itching, risings e;nd lumps, scabby, pimply skin. bone pains, catarrh, rheumatism, or any blood or skin disease, take Be* tanic Blood Balm (B. B, B.) acerd[ ing to directions. Soon el1 sores heai aches and pains stop, the blood _is made pure and rich. leaving the skin free from every eruption, and alpine the rich glow of perfect health to the skin. At the same time B. B. B. im- proves the digestion, cures dyspepsia, strengthens weak kidneys. Just the. medicine for 01d people, as it giveS them new, vigorous blood. DruggistS, $1 per large bottle, with directions fol home cure. Sample free and prepaid by writing Blood Balm Co.. Atlanta, Ga .Describe trouble and special free medical advice also sent in sealed let- ter. B. B. B. is especially advised for chronic, deep-seated cases of impure blood and skin disease, and cures afttr all else fails. ,narncerlstlcs of Koreane, The people of Korea are timid and peaceful, the men tall, with high fore# heads, straight noses, and a graceful, indolent carriage, the women short, squat, and as ugly as their lords are handsome. ./ How's This ? We offer One Hundred Doltsrs Rewal fo .'ae of Catarrh t eennot be nured by Hllqt atarrh Cgrth F. J. CHENEY & CO,, Toledo, , We, the undersigned, have known F. J. Chene F for thelast 15 years, and believe him perfectly hen- reble in all buaine tuctlons and Snanilllf tble to carry OU any obUgaUonsmade by hte m. WALDIU. KINNAN & MASV; Wholesale Druggtsts, Toledo, O, Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken Internally, act, lag tirectly upon tile blood and macoum surfaces of tl ystem. Testluon|als esnt free. Price 7 e..ll bottle. Sold b all Drtsglets. Take Hall'S 'amily PUis for constipation. Hope for Them--and Him. A man has made great progresl when he has learned that some of the people who don't agree with all his opinions may, after all, he partly rlght.--Somerville Journal. Important to Mothere. Iumne cmretdly every bottlq of CAglkt a fe and =ure emedy for infants and and me th It q of Ia Olle For Over SO Yeare. The Klnd Yon Have Always To Mend an Umbrella, The neatest way to mend a sir h an umbrella is to procure some court plaster, cut into strips and lay on the cut or rent parts, the edges first Ira. ing carefully presaged together. I Inslst on Getting It. Some grocers say they don't keep 1Defiance Starch. This is because they have a stock on hand of other brands containing only 12 oz in a packa, which they won't be able to sell firSt. because Defiance contains 16 oz. o the same money, Do you want 16 oz. instead of 1 o for same money? Then buy Deflam Btarch. Requires no cooklmr. [ Cactus Blossoms. The cactus is coming Into fashion In England and Germany. A German witer maintains that cactus blossoms excel all others in variety and In beauty of form and color.  nm t's. Wlnslow's Soothg rA'up. Or chtidrea .t?-Jl. softeas the Slnl, re[es The maker, and the breaker, are thO two great men of the world; the dog nothing is dead alive. Defiance Starch Is guaranteed bies tad best or money refunded, lS ounces. 10 teats. Try it now. Character is the difference between a man and a mere human biped. What a difference! Plso's Cure is the best medicine we evermmo for all affections of the throat and lungs.--Wl& O, ENImLaY, Vanburen, Ind., Feb. 10. 1900. Pretty servant' girls are responslbie for a lot of domestic trouble. Lewis' Single Binder costs more theft other 5o cigars. Smokes know why, Your dealer or Lewis Factory, Peoria, To not believe in progress is like saying it is 10 o'clock when it is 1L Ater 30. While she is under thirty a woman may get comfort out of the thought :hat she is younger than she lookm fter that her only hope is to look younger than she Is, Penalty for Adulterating Food. The penalty in Germany for adul- teratlng food is six months in pilson and a fine .f 1,500, marks. . European Medical Me/. Foi" eve 100,000 persons. England has 150 medical men, German' 45, Switzerland 42, and Russia 15. CO Jail  4