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F PEIDEN'SENE SECRTRJ
The new secretary to President Taft
who succeeds Charles D. Norton is
Charles D. Hilles, until recently as
sistarit secretary of the treasury. The
selection of Mr. Hilles meets with the
hearty approval of the friends of thei
president. Mr. Hilles is a native of
Ohio, but was appointed -to his pres.
ent.position from Dobb's Ferry, N. Y..
where he was conducting a boys'
school. Mr. Hilles is about 40 yearp
old. He will receive an annual sal.
ary of $7,500, congress having grant,
ed an increase of $1,500 for the in
sition. Under the reorganization o"
the executive force which has brought
about Mr. Norton's short term at the
White House, that force, with the ex.
'. ception of the secretary, will be prao
tically a permanent body.
That women are keen observera
and not always without a sense of
humor has been demonstrated by b
Virginia girl. When the announce
ment was made that Charles D. lilleq
had been selected for the position of secretary to the president the young
-lady wrote to Mr. blilles a congratulatory letter in which she invited him tc
read Leviticus, chapter 16, verses 20 to 23. Mr. Hilles borrowed a Bible and
read the following:
"And when he hath made an end of reconciling the holy place and the
tabernacle of the congregation, and the altar, he shall bring the live goat.
"And Aaron shall lay both his hands upon the head of the live goat and
confess over him all the iniquities of the children of Israel and all their trans
gressions in all their sins, putting them upon the head of the goat, and shall
send him away by the hand of a fit man into the wilderness.
"And the goat shall bear upon him all their iniquities unto a land not in.
habited, and lie shall let go the goat in the wilderness."
at a ( Apparently the Virginia belle reads the political columns of the news.
COn Pal)ers and knows how often it falls on the president's secretary to be "the
HEIR TO THRONE OF MONACO
Prince Louis, who is heir to the
throne of the little principality of
Monaco, famous throughout the world
as the greatest gambling resort in ex.
istence, may never wield the power
now exercised by his father. Prinot
Albert. Although the profits from the
easino pay all the taxes of the prin.
ipallity, thereby freeing every citi
zen from financial obligations to the
state, the people are not contented.
They have made demands upon
Pri'nce Albert for a constitution, and
the prince, immediately after the ex
-i pulsion of Manuel from Portugal,
granted th.em one. They rejected It,
however, demanding fuller political
rights, and even made demonstra
tions before the palace, in which the
red flag of anarchy was unfurled.
It has been charged that a cor
Tyt' 0iElit'ion of things exists. By
the terms of the last concession
granted to the Casino, about $2,400,
000 was handed over annually by it
to Prince Albert, who also drew about $800,000 a year from the local post
office and stamp duties. Of this total $3,200,000, the prince was supposed to
retain $800,000 as his civil list, while the remainder represented the revenues
of thb state and were to provide for its maintenance. Now the people assert
that the prince had allowed these sums and their true, destination to become
confused and has amassed a fortune of $10,000,000, most of wvhich he has, with
proper caution, invested in France.
Whether the peop'le will go to the extreme of revolution in case their de
mnands are not granted only the future can tell. B3ut the situation does not
augur well for either Prince Albert or Prince Lzouis.
FISHER SUCCEEDS BALLINGER
Walter Lowery Fisher of Chicago,
succeeds Richard A. Ballinger as sec
-retary of the interior. Mr. Blalliger's
resignation was presented in Janu
ary, but at the request of the preri
dent, was withheld until after con
4 gress adjourned. Mr. Fisher is a law
,, ,,yer, and has served in several pub
lic capacities. Singularly, ho has
- . been one of Gifford P1inchot's staunch
est supporters in the matter of con
/ servation of natural resources, He
was president of the Conservation
i\~ League of the National Conservation
- - Congress, which succeeded the league
and of which Mr. Pinchot is president.
He has always taken a deep and
active interest in conservation. He
was instrumental in the formation of
the Municipal Voters' League of Chi
cago and was its president in 1906.
~, ~ \Recently he was appointed a member
of President Taft's commission to in
___.. vestigate the feasibility of regulation
of stock and bond issues of railroads.
He is a native of West Virginia and is 49 years old. Mr. Fisher said that no
change in the personnel of the department would be made.
Mr. Ballinger says he intends to prosecute those whom he considers
have been his enemies. In defending himself against those who have -been
waging war upon him Mr. Hallinger says that lhe spent $25,000 and is today
a poor man. His health, too, has been impaired.
SMAINE GOVERNOR AN EDITOR]
Gov. Frederick WV. Plaisted of
Maine is a newspaper editor before
lhe is anything else. He has passed
the greater part of his life in the at
mnosp~here of a newspaper ofmie and
will never get the stain of the print
or's ink from his fingers. IHis ap.
prenticeship was served undler one of
the 01(1 school of Maine journalists,
Glen. Hiarris M. Plaisted, his father,
For nmany years they published the'
New Ago together, andl the paper
lives today, a monument to their of
Governor Plaistedi leads an ideal
home life. Mrs. Plaisted was MIss
Frances It. G1ulliver, and for several
years asisted him in the New Age
oflce. She still retains a lively in
terest in that publication and, al
though the wife of the governor of the
/state, democratically lays* aside her
social duties and plunges into the
grind of "getting out" the paper
'phbenever she can conjure up an ouse for so doing.
PECULIAR AFTER EFFECTS
OF GRIP THIS YEAR.
Leaves Kidneys in Weakened Con'dition
Doctors In all parts of the country
have been kept busy with the epidemic
of grip which has visited so many
homes. The symptoms of grip this year
are very distressing and leave the sys
tem In a run down condition, particu
larly the kidneys which seem to suffer
most, as every victim complains of
lame back and urinary troubles which
should not be neglected, as these dan
ger signals often lead to more serious
sickness, such as dreaded Bright's Dis
ease. Local druggists report a large
sale on Dr. Kilmer's Swan'p-Root which
so many people say soon heals and
strengthens the kidneys after an at
tack of grip. Swamp-Root is a great
kidney, liver and bladder remedy, and,
being an herbal compound, has a gen
tle healing effect on the kidneys, which
is almost immediately noticed by those
who' try it. Dr. Kilmer & Co., Ding
hanton, N. Y., offer to send a sample
bottle of Swamp-Root, free by mail, to
every sufferer who requests it. A trial
will convince any one who may be In
need of it. Regular size bottles 60 cts.
and $1.00. For sale at all druggists.
Be sure to mention this paper.
Dark Days Comin.
"Say, Jim, here's a preacher in New
York who says men should sew, cook,
wash the dishes and get their own
"What's the use of rubbing it in?
Guess we all know- we'U have to pret
Filling Her Program.
"Ah, say, Miz Man, am you' pro
"Lordee, no, Mr. Lumley. It takes
mo' an a san'wich an' two olives to
1111 my program."
Faith must become active through
works. Deeds must spring spontane
ously from the divine life within the
soul.-C. W. Wendte.
T ir.- c t .
Col ds> I a
and have headache, dig
etc. Chills hurt the k
the waste matters of cc
.months. They stop b
on the kidneys. Strol
HAD BUT A
At Least So Thought
makes the fo'liowing sworn
my back was growing weak4
-' not hri
IF THE PAIN I3 THERE Sl ya
*ueci vouR KIooeys
Shortly after- her marriage a woman~f
packs her ideals away in mioth balls
and pays no moe attention to themt
until she becomes a widow.
Fowl IE A DAOI1C.EI-P m9 CAP PUNk
Wvhether from Coils, Iheat. 8toma..ch or
Nervous Troubles, Capudline will relleve youi
It' a 11 tid-pleasant to take actIs' im i.i''
atl. Lry it. 10c., 25c., and 50 cents at drug
Yesterday is certain; tomorrow. unf
certain; today, half and half.
Because of thou
A Fair Return.
Minister (arousing himself in bar.
ber's chair)-All through yet?
Barber-Aye. lang syne.
Minister-Then I must have been
Indulging in a quiet nap?
Barber-Ye wis that, sir.
Minister-It was very good of you
not to waken me. I am very thank
ful for what has been a most refresh
Barber-Iloots, man, haud yer
tongue; it's only a fair return. I slept
all through your sermon last Saw
TO DRIVB ?NIT i
Yae the 1l4 stand&rdi (aRQIIU NI.A8' N
9h1owuai You know what you are taking.
rho rn %I)a lainly printed on every bottle,
S.itmp uin nine and iron in a taste
sftrm h Quinine drives out the malaria
d te rn buil up the systom. sold by an
lealeto or 8yer. h'rob 60 Cents.
How easy it is for the people who
are down on excitement in religion to
fire all the gasoline at a baseball
Taylor's Cherokee Remedy of Sweet Gum
and Mullen is Nature's great remedy
Cures Coughs. Colds, Croup and Whooping
Cough and all throat and lung troubles. At
druggists, 25c. 50o and $1.00 per bottle.
It must have been a spinster who
said that some widows wear heavy
veils to conceal their joy.
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets regulate
and invigorate stomach, liver and bowels.
Sugar-coated, tiny granules. Easy to take
The vacant room at the top is duo
to the fact that there is no ovator
service to help the lazy man.
No woman can be happy who has
too mtich tine to think of thinks that
are none of her business.
Wi. Winslow'a Soothing Syrup for Children
teething, softens the guina redieem In In nar na.
tion. allays pain. cures wind colic. 25c a bottle.
A woman who speaks but one ]an
vmne tust1ally ta1k(s enoouh for two
- T HE G
*nd Chills I
ch and April are the backach
ith their congesting, wveakening
ackache, urinary disorders and
zy feelings, achy muscles and jc
idineys. Likewise well kidne3
id congestion. Doan's Kidne
Ickache and urinary disorders, J
Ig testimony proves it. What
HORTjIlME TO LIVE.
'rominent New Hampshire Man.
J. Albert Peaslee, of Bradford, N. HI.
statement: "In 19103 I first noticed that
.'Then I was obliged to get up often
the night to pass the urine. I had
etor mako an analysis and he gave me
lorstandi that I had not long to live.
short timo my weight had fallen 40
a and my skin was taking on a waxy
The thirst was ter'rile and tho urino
I heavy as maple sap. After using
threo boxes of Doan s Kidney Pills,
b~etter so I continued their use. Today
:h 215 pounds and although I nm 63
old. I bet there Is not a man in town
r 4) who is sounider than I. I have
td the slightest sign of kidney trouble
Cd) J. ALBIERT PEASL.E,
all/y a~ae J1. Alber l'eascer and ,nadg o'atA
e abov~ er~tict signedi by ,i,,n is trure."
ED) H. GOIJbD, Notary Public,
Bradford, N. II., Apr. 6, 1909.
A TRIAL FRI
*Cut out this 'oulpon', mi
I Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
1 dealers..- Price 5o cents. FOSTER
"When I want to flatter a man I
ask him for advice."
"I take it for granted that you nev
er want to flatter a lawyer."
Garfield Tea stimulates the liver, cor
reets constipation, cleanqes the system andi
rids the blood of imapurit ies. All druggists.
Even a dull man may be able to
make a bore of hinmself.
a ugly, grrizzly. gray hare- nUse "LA
It Depends on the Liver.
"Is life worth living?-that depends
upon the liver." Yes, and that again
depends upon what you eat,and how
Henry Ward Beecher once said: "A
man with a bad liver cannot be a
good Christian." lenry made some
mistakes, but in this statement he
was eminently correct. It is only an
)ther version of a phrase frequently
ased by the editor of the Care of the
Body: "As a man eateth so is he."
Los Angeles Times.
If a man succeeded in discovering
perpetual motion he probably would
aot feel as proud as he did when as
x boy lie discovered that he could
whistle through his teeth.
PILES CURED IN 0 TO 34 DiaY
rour drugniat will rotund 1o4ey If I'AZ INT
eIKNT fa a to n of Iinga Blind,
ileiccalng r lrotmdalng 1liloaICato 14 days. Wil.
Actions, looks, words-steps from
the alphabet by which you spell char
For a disordered liver, take Garfield Tea,
the nerb laxative. All druggists.
Many a young man earns a living
by working his father.
FREE SAMPLE OF LAXA1
When a person has becono discouraged
through years of failuro to find a cure,
and finally, perhaps, gives up trying, it
Is small wonder that ho beconcs skep
tical. And yet, to all who havo con
stipation, wo would say, "Try Just one
We wish you would try )r. Caldwell's
Syrup Pepsin. at laxativo tonic that has
been used for. a generiation. Thousands
are using it; surely some of your friends
among the nunmber. You call buy it of
any druggist at Wifty cents nild one dol
liar a bottle, but better still, nend your
amno and address to )r. (aldwell for a
freo sample bottle. }Io will spind you
enough to convince you of its inerits, and
theln If you liko It you can buy It of your
RIP 4'HP B,
e months, because they are m,
influence on the kidneys. Cold:
uric acid troubles. You feel ki
ints; too frequent, painful urinal
s often prevent taking cold, b:
7r Pills are very useful in the ra
eep the kidneys well and prevei
better evidence could you ask?
CON VINCING PROOF
ALMOST A MIR
Health Completely Restored After C~
I ncu ra blIe.
Mrs. 3. Tilghan Wright, 619 Go
Md., says: "I cannot begin to descr
Uright's disease. I
were dying. My bac
and was so wveak thai
walk across the floc
camo critical and L
____ me inicurable. I star
- ~ ney Pills a a last re
relief. When I begai
,~,'~-~- only 64 pounds. I ri
and feel like a neCw
my work withoutt diF
'3' Kidney Pills the full
E ne ilsYourself
sall it to Foester--Mlburn
i free trial pack age of
be mnailedi you promptly.
-MILBiURN Co., Bufkab, N.Y., Piegf
of Btrong, wear-proof fabries--the kind of ga
Your dealer can supply you, if not Bond a
with price in Stamps for sramplie shirt anal bo<
The President Shirt Co., 110 W. Fay
CREOLE" HAIR DRESSING,. PRIC
Leads all other medicines in
the cure of all spring ailments.
humors, loss of appetite, thai
tired feeling, paleness and
nervousness. Take it. ?
Get it today in usual liquid form 4M
chocolated tablets called saraatab,. t
K.w..,s, ..w T., Iv.rsA...,. ..eaS., Wo..
A Country School for Girls
IN NE VQORI VITY Deet features of
couniry ~ ~ ~ t In cat a It. u~fdo rt, o
*0cUUotl piarakd of 86 ac'rfc'' '~lenea t 0uqRo 096~
cadon CoOourse rlmare t Hu
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FOR ALL I
IIEPRy ENTATIVE1 WANTE everywhel
by lart, real emtato firm. siparo UMae 140 ext~rlene
no . Forrh, 216 LaotIe 13I 5., G. esIMa.'
W. N. U., ATLANTA, NO. 13-1911.
D THEIR CONSTIPATIOM
druggist. Mr. J. J. Potty of Unionville*
Mo.. Mr. Georgo W. Zimnmornian of Iaz4
risburg, Pa., and many others of botb
stxes and in all parts of the country first
used a samplo bottle and now have ii
regularly in the houso.
You will learn to do away with sal
waters and (athartics for these are but
temporary reliefs whilo Dr. Caldwell's
Syrup Pepsin is guaranteed to cure poer
manently. It will train your stomach and
bowel muscles Ho that they will do thelvr
work again naturally without outsido aid.
Cast asido your skepticism and try Syrur
For the free sample address Dr. W. B,
Caldwell. 201 Caldwell building, Monto
mfths of colds, chills,
;, chills, or grip strain
me, weak and tired
y passages, sediment,
ir helping to pass off
v winter and spring
it colds from settling
tse Was Pronounced
deborough St., Easton,
bo my suffering from
Ionstatlty felt as if I
kt patined me intensely
for wee I could not
r. My condition be
.ed taking Doan's Kid
sort and( soon received
with themn I weighed
ow weigh 109 pounds.
wvoman. I can do all
tress and give Doan's
redit for my cure."
Tiftors . ''F" aiti AIS 13
sisPcY YOuR K00S4S'v
hver 2 Million Wearers
now sit how well the Reigu
P'resident Work Shirt wears,
r strong a nd comfortable it is,
1 want to know at 0onco the
pecial President we are now.
or $i.00. Jiothi grades are the
work shirt values on the
Made of fast color Patterno
it his ntame, your collar sizeI
k of new patterne.
~tto St., Baltimore, Md.
E, .1.00, retai,