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The Salt Laxe Tribune: TVedxesdat Moknustg, Apbil 61904. 3 I j
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I PICKING OFFICIALS
a IN MANY CITIES
H' .Republican Victories Recorded in the
H City of Ohicago and at Oth-
ft er Places.
K CHICAGO. April 5. In the Municipal
election today the Republicans elected
H; eighteen Alderman, the Democrats slx
teen, and one Independent Republican,
Wm who repudiated the "machine" In tho Sixth
am ward, was chosen a member of tho Coun
H ell. Tho Inst Council was composed of
H thirty-six Republicans, thirty-two Dcmo
H crat., ono Independent Democrat and one
H Socialist. Tho next Council will be
H formed of thirty-six Republicans, thirty
Hp. one Democrats, two independents, ono of
Hf whom Is a Democrat nnd tho other a Re
Hj publican, and one Socialist.
Hv. Tho chief interest In the election, how
I ever, centered in tho voto on proposed
Hi municipal ownership of tho street rnil-
I wave. In thiH connection what Is known
HI as the "Mueller law." passed by tho last
I State Legislature, was submitted to tho
HI people. The law authorizes cities In 1111
Hl nols to construct, own, operate and lcaso
HI street rallwavs and to provldo the means
HI therefor. On this proposition the voto
HI stood 152,431 for tho proposition and 30.1W
gl against; on the proposition that the city
Hj nhould take over the street railways into
thlB control tho voto stood 120.711 for and
1 Kft C15 ntnlnct
For the temporary licensing of street
railways until such tlmo as tho city Is
prepared to take them over, the vote was
120,181 for and 48,036 against. On tho ques
tion of whether or not tho members of tho
' Board of Education should bo elected by
L direct voto of the people instead of by
i executive appointment and a confirmation
by the. City Council, as is tho present
usac. tho vote was 113,553 for and 5S.1S2
I ' St. Joseph.
ST. JOSEPH. Mo.. April 5. The Demo
crats elected W. E Spratt Mayor and
two Councllmen today, the remainder of
I 1ho Republicans candldatco. including Po
U lice Judge, City Attorney. Comptroller.
I' - President of the Council and two Councll-
II men. being successful The present ad
J ministration is straight Republican.
OMAHA, April o. Municipal elections
were held In Nebraska today, except In
Omaha. The Jfruo generally wns on the
, questions of license or no llconsc, Tho
campaign In South Omaha was hotly con
tested on partv lines- Returns received
;, to 10 p. m. indicate that the Democrats
have elected Thomas Hoctor Mayor, with
tho remainder of the ticket Republican
A large majority of the outside towns
reporting thus far havo voted for high
' MILWAUKEE. WiB.. April a Mayor
i David S. Rose. Democrat, carried the
cltv In the municipal election, having a
I plurality of 5912 over Guy D. Goff, Ropub-
I llcan. Victor L. Berger, Socialist Demo-
I crat, ran over 2000 voteB behind Goff. Tho
I te for Mayor was: Rose, 23.E15, Goff,
i I 17.G03; Berger. 15,333.
I . The Democrats bIbo control tho Com-
I . mon Council, electing twenty-four mem-
I hers; Republicans thirteen, and Socialist
I D-mocrats nine
I Five hundred thousand dollars was
I i voted for a municipal lighting plant.
I MILWAUKEE, April 5. Returns from
I municipal elections In tho Stato of WIb-
I consln outside of Milwaukee, from which
I returns had been received up to midnight,
I showed Republican and Democratic vlc-
IU torles to bo about evenly divided in the
m contests. There were few local lights of
general Interest For Supremo court Jus
; ' tlce Louis K Luz of Superior and James
i C. Kerwln of Neenah are running as non-
; v. partisan candidates. The former Is the
7- candidate of the so-oalled stalwart fac
tion of the Republican party and the lat
! ter Ls the administration or Lafollette
candidate. Incomplete returns Indicate
7"O0 majority for Luz.
i Kansas City.
I KANSAS CITT. Mo., April B.-J. IT.
1 Noft. Republican, and tho entire Repub
lican ticket were elected by lu"0 plurality.
The Republicans will probably control the j
' new Council.
LINCOLN. Nob.. April 5. The Repub
licans elected their city ticket today by
majorities ranging from GOO to 1100. The
proposition to vote bonds for a munici
pal lighting plant carried.
DENVER. Colo.. April 5. Municipal
, elections were held in several of the towns
, '-V 'f Colorado today. No flections were
held in any of tho larger cities. At Rock
vale, Coal Creek and Williamsburg, coal
mining camps, labor union tickets were
successful. At Montrose a taxpaers
ticket was elected, high llcenso being the
Brcckonrldge, Alamosa and Lake City
were carried by the Democrats. At Akron
and Wray high license was tho issue and
Nearly all the remaining towns at which
elections were held had up but ono ticket.
A proposition for. municipal ownership
of (he city waterworks was defeated at
DENVER, April 5. Elections were held
in the cities nnd towns of New Mexico to
day. The Republicans were victorious at
Las Vegas and Gallup and tho Democrats
at Santa Fe
KANSAS CITY. Kan., April C Elec
tions for minor offices were hold In the
larger cities of Kansas today. In Topcka,
o Lawrcnco and Wichita tho Republicans
; 1 elected all tholr candidates, and in Leav
enworth and Kansas City, Kan., tho Re
publicans elected a majority of the offl
TACOMA. Wash., April 5. Tho cllv
election today resulted In a mixed vlctorv.
( The Democrats elected George P. Wright
; Mayor and four Councllnion and tho Re-
publicans Controller, Treasurer and four
Tho defeat of Mayor Campbell for re
; election was duo to opposition to a third
term and the Mayor's alleged friendship
for Gov. McBrldo, it being reported there,
was a combine between them on State and
POCATELLO. Ida.. April Z. At the cltv
election today tho Republicans elected ev
ery candidate except Treasurer, by tho
following majorities: Swlnchart, Mayor.
303; Elrod. Clerk, 'Jl; Sonnenkalb, Engi
neer, 3X; Williams, Councilman First
ward. 31; Condon, in tho Secnd ward.
I 7); Mullen. In tho Third ward, 49; Smith,
f In the Fourth ward, 171. Tho Democrats
' elected Mrn. Birch Treasurer by 100. Tho
; day was fine and 2110 votes were. cast.
which Is the largest vot'o over cast In tho
city, The result was a surprise to tho
Republicans an well as tho Democrats.
Tho Socialist voto was about lUi in the
l 1 BOISE, Ida., April C Town and cllv
jj ' elections were held throughout Idnho to-
pr day, excepting Boise and Lewlston, which
;. opernto under special charters Party
. r ' I lines were not drawn except lu a few ln-
i I stances In nearly all places the Issues
1 wore local, tho chief ono being that of
"5r"- I enforcing tho law against gambling.
. i So far ns heard from the anti-gambling
candldatcn have won qulto generally, in
9 southern Idaho, party tickets were run in
. f Pocatello, Idaho Falls and Roxburg. In
the latter placo the Democrats elected tho
i Mayor and the Republicans got all tho
I other places.
Special lo The Tribune.
"iRAjJ IDAHO FALLS. Ida., April 5. Tho
Ayry)" Democrats elected Callman for Mayor,
TfkJf tho City Treasurer and ono Councilman.
IH Tho Republicans elected tho clerk and two
II If Gravel, Sand, Sediments In the urine
H Bre curctl by 0rcB011 Kidney Tea.
1 Happenings of a Day In Utah. I
TRIBUNE BRANCH OFFICE, (
FOR HARRIMAN ROADS
Special to The Trlbuno.
OGDEN. April C Gcorgo Cunningham
is to be general jardmaster at Ogden for
tho Harriman roads. This announcement
will bo hailed with pleasure by every ono
in Ogden, as Mr. Cunningham Is one of
the most popular railroad men that ever
camo to the city Robert Flolds will be
Mr. Cunningham's assistant, and T.
Bruco will have charge of tho yards at
night. C. F. Heath has been mado sec
retary to tho yordmostcr, and C. H
Packer Is promoted to the position of
general car accountant
A pistol club has been organized In Og
den. Archie Brown Is president; Alonzo
Browning, secretary nnd treasurer; Roy
L. Clark Is field captain. The members
of the club are Alonzo Browning, Arch
Browning, William Pldcock. Arthur
Couch, Earl Emmctt, Roy Clark. Lon
Riley. Walter Scowcroft and Walter
Stephens, The organization is known an
tho Acme Pistol club.
J. W. Morgan, a lad of IS years, was
severely injured yesterday on Wall ave
nuo near Twenty-fifth street, while cross
ing tho street Intersection on a bicycle.
He was struck by the United States mail
wagon, thrown to tho ground nnd severe
ly Injured. Morgan was taken to the
Dopot drug store. He will recover.
Deputy Sheriff Sebring left yesterday
for San Francisco to bring back John
Qulnn, wanted hero on the charge of rob
ben". A marriage license was Issued yester
day to Alfred J. Coy and Mabel A. Ipsen,
both of Plain City.
The funeral services of Miss Eva Stahr
will bo held at the Second ward meeting
house Thursday afternoon at 3 o'clock.
WAR FLEETS OF RUSSIA
AND JAPAN DROP
OUT OF SIGHT.
No Trace of Ships of Either
Belligerent Can Be
LONDON. April 5. A St. Peters
burg correspondent says that the
Russian general staff Is convinced
that the Russians will await a Ja
panese attack on the right bank of the
Yalu. They are now busily fortifying
the mouth of the river. A remarkable
bridge has been constructed on the
prolongation of the Wljunllnc connect
ing It with Pin-hu-jan.
The correspondent says the Russians
are seeking to draw the Japanese on
by sending small groups across the
A correspondent of the Times, ca
bling yesterday afternoon, says he has
been cruising for fifty hours in the vi
cinity of Port Arthur and has seen no
signs of the navy of cither belligerent,
not even scout boats, but that ho lias
seen large flotilla." of Junks steering
northwest, presumably going to Llo
Hshin to land provisions for Port Ar
thur. Story of Bombardment.
An Associated Press correspondent at
Port Arthur gives picturesque details
of the last attempt of the Japanese to
block the harbor as follows:
"Following a reconnaissance the Rus
sian lleet returned and anchored in the
Interior of the harbor. After midnight
the darkness became more intense and
our searchlights were constantly in
operation piercing the gloom. Suddenly
a shot thundered, and then a second
and then a third. Golden Hill and Ti
ger Cliff opened fire when the enemy
"From the battleship Petropavlousk
a launch put off with Vlco-Admlral
Makaroft nnd other ofllcers heading for
the gunboat Bobr. At the same time
the torpedo boats Sllnl and Rcshltelny
signalled to prepare for action and to
attack the enemy.
"The gunboat Otvajny discharged her
six-inch guns and the torpedo boat Sl
lnl fired a broadside while hurrying to
ward the enemy and let go a torpedo,
which trtruck the prow of the llrst Ja
panese steamer, carrying it away.
"Other Japanese steamers came on at
full speed, raining Hotchklss bullets at
the Sllnl. which fired a second torpedo
at the steamers and then ran aground.
"The commander of the Sllnl discov
ered five of the enemy's destroyers fur
ther away and the big ships valiantly
rushed to attack, firing their guns ns
they did .). The enemy then separated
and disappeared in the darkness.
Escaped lu Small Boats.
"Meantime the Bobr and the Otvajny
continued to fire on the stranded
steamers and on the small boats put
ting off from them.
"Commander lYavinsky of tho Rcsh
ltelny saw a large Hteamer making to
ward the center of the channel, fired a
torpedo, which exploded on the side of
the target. Lieut. Krlnltzky, command
ing the Sllnl, having fought five of the
enemy's ships for a lone time In the
darkness, was himself wounded, and
hip chief engineer and six men were
CUT IN COAL RATES
FROM WESTERN STATES
CHICAGO, April 5. Traffic officials of
tho Western railroads today agreed to
mako a reduction of 25 cents a ton on all
coal originating In Colorado, Wyoming
and other Western points and destined
for Kansas, Nebraska, Oklahoma and In
dian Territory. Tho rates will become ef
fective April 15th and last until -July 31sU
Saturday, April 9th, St. Paul's Guild
will. have a sale of fancy and useful
articles and cakes at Greenewald's fur
niture store on Third South street,
SEVIER COUNTY SOLID
FOR WILLARD F. SNYDER
Special (o The Trlbuno,
RICHFIELD, April 5. Sevier county's
delegates nnd alternates to tha coming
Republican State convention, chosen dl
roct from tho precincts, aro:
Annabella Byron IIanchtt, delocate;
M. A Abbott, nlternate
Elslnore Daniel Hansen, delegate; H.
H. Peterson, alternate.
Glenwood Martin Johnson, dologato;
Chrl Peterson, alternate,
Monroe Eph Maglcby and W. W. Clark,
delegates: Homer McCarty, alternate.
Redmond Chris JorgunHcn, delegate;
Niels Frandsen, alternate.
Rlchliold George T. Bean, Vlrg Bean,
John Jorgenscn and Joseph Eilckson,
delogatc.i; John Meteor, Lars II. Outzcn,
James Christiansen nnd William H
Sallna James S. Jensen and J. M.
Joseph and Vermilion precincts, each
entitled to ono delegate, failed to hold
conventions, but enough alternates will
bo in Salt Lako on convention day to
moro than fill tho places of absentees.
Sevlor county delegates, while going un
instructed, aro understood to be for Wil
lard F. Snyder for national delegate.
Boars tho I Kind You Hare Always Bough)
The Utah county delegation to the
Republican State convention have se
lected the Salt Lake Route as the of
They will arrive In Salt Lake City at
9:35 a. m. April Sth, and leave Salt
Lake City on special train at 10 p. ra.
Tho evangelistic meetings now being
held at Westminster Prest teriiin church
are growing In interest with each aorvlce.
Rev. H. W. Rankin of Denver, who It,
conducting tho meetings, Is a very lnter
entlng and forcible speaker. He con
ducted a very successful series of moct
Ings In this city and Ogden ten years
ago. Two services ar hold each day at
3:30 and S p. m. A chorus choir leads the.
stnglng. These meetings aro free io all.
Eackache is a kidney ache. I
Kidneys aren't taking the poison out I
of the hlood.
Doan s Kidney Pills strengthen tho
kidneys, help them to do their work
llEW.S.N0TES M WIBlE-'-i
NEW YORK, April 5 The annual meet
ing of the American Beet Sugar company
was held today In Jersey City. Tho old
board of directors was re-elected except
that H. Rleman Duval was chosen to suc
ceed J. Archibald Murray.
FALL RIVER. Mass.. April 6. Twenty
of tho companies In this city engaged in
the manufacture of print cloths, control
ling slxty-?svc mills, have entered into an
agreement to curtail production by shut
ting down two days a week.
CHICAGO, April 5. Bertha, Van Gilder,
ono of a number of girls employed as
press feeders by a local printing estab
lishment In place of striking union men.
Is the victim of alleged slugging tactics1
employed by tho strikers. While on hor
way homo Miss Van Glider was attacked
and brutally beaten by men whom she
declared are striking press feeders or
their sympathizer She Is said to be in
a critical condition.
INDIANAPOLIS. April 5. -At the Stato
convention of Prohibitionists here today
a boom wns started for a national ticket
composed of Gen. Nelson A. ?tlles for
President and Felix T. McWhorter of In
diana for Vice-President.
CHICAGO. April 6. A musical recital
for the benefit of the Russian Red Cross
socllely. given at tho residence of Mrs.
Poller Palmer on tho Lake Shore drive,
has netted floOO.
WASHINGTON. April 5. Judge James
C. Jenkins of Atlanta. Ga., has been ap
pointed Judgo-at-Largo of the Court of
First Instanco of tho Philippine Islands.
MEMPHIS, Tonn , April 5. Ilosmcr J.
Barrett and T. Frost Barrett, sons of tho
late .Thomas Barrett, a. widely known
financier and former business man of this
city, today filed petitions In bankruptcy.
Combined liabilities J325.0X); combined ns
ALMTRA. Wash., AprlJ, 5. Residents
are wrought up over the finding of tho
body of a man burled In a shallow grave.
Tho body was Identified later an that of
E E. English, a young rancher, who
disappeared In 1901. This is the fourth
mysterious murder that has taken placo
in that community In tho past three
SAGINAW. Midi., April C.-Tho result
of the vote taken today in the various lo
cals of the Michigan district of tho United
Mine-Workers of America, show that the
proposition of tho operators won by a
WINNIPEG. Man.. April 5.-"T am nnlo
to state." said Second Vlce-Presldont
Whyte of the Canadlun Paclllc railway,
"that the lumber comblno which has ex
isted in Mnnltoba and tho Territories or
some tlmo. Is a thing of tho past and that
In tho future lumber will be sold In tho
open market. This open market Is tho
direct result of the announcement which
I made a short time ago that If It was
necessary to do so, our company would
Install Its own mills on tho timber lands
In British Columbia and tsqll lumber
through Its agents. That announcement
was followed by meetings with tho coast
and mountain mill owners and agree
ments wcro entered Into with them."
HAVANA, April 5.At a special moot
ing of the Cabinet today the documents
In connection with tho loan of S&.OOO.OCO.
taken by Spoyer & Co., of New York,
HAVANA. April 5. No session of the
House of Representatives has yet been
held, but tho party leaders havo tacitly
ngreed to hold a Hcsslon tomorrow, at
which the President's mcssago will be
COLON. April 5. Tho Panama Railroad
company's nieumor Alllancla has arrived
hero with tho United States Canal Com
mission on board. The arrival of the com
mission cauoed much enthusiasm.
CAPE HAYTIEN, April 5. A Domini
can cruiser Is expected to arrivo hero
shortly with President Morales of Santo
Domingo on board, Tho reason for tho
President's visit to U1I3 port it not known.
PARIS. April C Tho St. Petersburg
correspondent of tho Journal nays that
tho approaching marrlago of tho daugh
ter of M. Dowltte, , former Minister of
Finance, to Cyril Narloshkln, an attacho
of tho Foreign ofllco, has been an
nounced. RCM"E, April 5. The groat Gregorian
festival, which will begin tomorrow, will
be oponed with dlvlno service by tho vi
car of Rome, Cardinal Resplghl. Many
distinguished persons from other coun
tries have already arrived in R0310, and
it Is expected that nn Imposing concourse
will bo present at the great Gregorian
mass to be conducted by tho Pope In St.
I PARK CITY
I TRIBUNE BUREAU, I
I Murray King, Correspondent. M
SUCCESS ATTENDS BALL
BY PARK CITY CLERKS
Special to Tho TTlbunc.
PARK CITY, Utah, April The ball
given by the Clorks' union of this city
In Maple hall wns a decided success, both
socially and financially. Some 250 couples
wero In attendance. Success was duo to
tho untiring cfTorts of Fred Morgan, Jim
Byrnnc, Gus Farendorf, George Cti3hlng,
Miss Agnes Harrington, Jennie Burcum
shaw. S. c. B. Marchall, E. S. Fisher,
Miss Addlo Walker, Dan Galllvun, W. S.
Westticld, N. A McDonald, Thomas Ore.
John Cunningham. T. Goodwin', George
Qulnn. James King, F. Richardson,
Gcorgo Smith Jr., Ray Raoband, Jack
Hurley. W, McFalls, Bert Muffett, J.
Kaufman, F. McLaughlin, Joe McLaugh
lin. Dave Smith, William Dlckert. Vic
Masthinl. L. Mulrbrook. Jeromo Paxton,
Sam Raddon, Jr.. and Theodore Fullman.
Tho Woman's Athenaeum met with
Mrs, James Ivickhort yesterday after
noon, with Mrs. C. M. Wilson presiding.
"Tho Storm and Stress' period in liter
ature was given by Mrs. C. M. Wilson.
"Tho Life and Work of Froebel" was
treated by Mrs. J. Thompson. The Ger
man history, lesson then followed, with
Mrs. F. Sherman acting as leader. Tho
club adjourned to naeet with Mrs. J.
Thompson in two weeks.
Mrs. J. W White, who has boon the
guest of Mrs. Edwin Holmes in Salt
Lake, returned to Park today.
Mrs. Charles Shields and daughter.
Frances, who havo been visiting Mrs. W.
W. Armstrong In the capital, returned
home this morning.
Mrs. George A. Bates and little son.
Cecil, left for the city last evening, where
they will remain Indefinitely.
Peters on the 11th Instant at the climax
of the festivities.
SANTIAGO DE CHILE, April 5.-An-olher
.Ministerial crises is imminent, and
tho present coalition of parlies In the
Cabinet will probably glvo way to a new
party formed of tho Liberal element.
j NOTABLE ' DEAD i OF pAj
ISAAC G. BAKER, a director In tho
Continental bank of St. Louis, Is dead at
his homo In St. Louis, aged Si. Mr. Baker
was one of the first pioneers to establish
fur trading posts In Iowa, Kansas and
PRINCE ERNEST OF LEININGEN
died at Amorbach. Bavaria, today, aged 7-1.
COL. JOHN H. SAVAGE, ex-mcmbor.
and a veteran of tho Florida. Mexican nnd
Civil wars. Is dead at McMlnnvllle. Tenn.,
aged SS years.
FRANCES POWER COBBE. the au
thls, is dead In Ixmdon. nged R2 years.
WYOMING SHEEP MEN
TELL OF THEIR TROUBLES
Special to The Tribune.
RAWLINS, Wyo.. April 5. The
Wyoming State Board of Sheep Com
missioners and AVoolgrowen? from all
over the state have been In session here
The object of the meeting was that
the commission might be Informed as
to how far the dipping regulations of
lait year can be enforced with the in
dorsement of the woolgrowerB. and
what new rulings could be adopted
without injury to the sheepmen.
Reports from every county in the
State were heard and there was not a
single one in which there is not now
known to bo some "scab."
Resolutions asking the Slato board lo
make a ruling that all sheep In the
State be dipped at least once, was
generally favored, although It -nan
strongly opposd by delegates from Al
bany and Johnson counties. Tho com
mission has not yet announced what
action it will take.
1 Exceptionally I
2 the most uniform, old and
J mellow whiskey is
I Hunter I
3 In quality and flavor It is
o the finest and maturest l
4 FRITD. J. KIESPX A CO., bt.
ON A.LL CAR LINES.
Try it tho Next Time You
S. C. EWTNG, Proprietor.
Headquarters for mining men and stock
men. RATES J2 A DAY AND UP,
. I 'I
THE TERRORS OF WAR!
WHAT THE EASTERN
WAR is horrible if you think
clearly about it and realize to
yourself what it means dead
men, mangled men, widows,
orphaus, destruction of property, a hell
ish storm. But when war is far off and
Its terrors do not actually come home to
people, the natural love of witnessing a
combat stirs the blood. The war be
tween Russia and Japan may end with
all Europe ablaze. The fire once started,
there can be no tellinp where it will
stop. The wounded soldier on the bat
tlefield is just as fit to meet the encmv
as the feeble business man who is handi
capped by poor blood, a poor digestion
and a deranged stomach. Brain power,
energy, success all depend on a good
digestion and pure blood. To be brave,
n man must have rich red blood. A
successful man is always a man of vital
force, of good digestion and good blood.
Robust health gives magnetism and
strenuosity. The only honest way of ac
quiring rich, red blood is to have a perfect
digestion, plenty of outdoor air. When
you have none of these, take an houest
tonic which contains uo alcohol or nar
cotic, which has had an honest reputa
tion for the past forty years, namely,
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery.
This is a tonic Dr. Pierce made up over
a third of a century ago from roots and
herbs, without a particle of alcohol. It
puts the stomach into proper healthful
condition, so that food is absorbed and
the natural mineral elements are given
to the blood and so when the blood
stream flows vigorously through the dif
ferent organs, starting with the heart,
they all do their work actively, and with
power and force. There is a mighty
campaign going on in our bodies all the
time. We might call it "The Battle of
the Cells," as some scientist has aptly
termed it. On the one side arc the germs
of disease, which are constantly making
skirmishes and onslaughts. Ou the
other side are arrayed the soldiers of the
body, the white blood cells. As long as
these blood cells are properly nourished,
the result of the conflict is usually in
their favor. But let the blood become
poor, and loaded with poison from dis
eased kidneys or the bowel full of waste
matters, the vitality of the cells is gone !
and the germs gam a decisive victory, j
Sickuess and death are their spoils. The
campaign is lost because the reserve
'force, which means good blood, is not
there to conquer the invasions of our
enemy the germs of disease.
. To put on a defensive armor which
will withstand the attack of the germs
of grip, pneumonia, typhoid, catarrh of
ihead or lungs, take Dr. Pierce's Golden ,
Medical Discovery. This is a tonic and (
tissue-builder that is just the thing to 1
tike when you arc recovering from a "1
bad cold or sickness of auy kind.
THIJ CHAIN OF UFR.
Each of the chief organs of the body
is a link iu the chain of life. A chain is
no stronger than its weakest link, the
body no stronger than its weakest or
gan. If there is weakness of heart or
lungs, liver or kidneys, there is a weak
link in the chain of life which may
snap at any time. Often this so-called
"weakness" is caused by lack of nutri
tion, the result of disease of the stomach.
Diseases of the stomach aifd its allied
organs are curexl by the use of Dr.
Pierce's Golden Lledical Discovery.
When the diseased stomach is cured,
diseases of other organs which seem re
mote from the stomach, but which have
their origin in a diseased condition of
tlie stomach and other organs of diges
tion and nutrition, are cured also.
" I wo3 troubled with my stomach and
liver ; was so bad that my stomach
would not retain anything," writes Mr.
Elliot McCully, of McPherron, Clear
field Co., Pa. "Did not weigh within
twenty pounds as much as 1 do now.
Was low spirited, did not care to see any
one. I took threc bottles of Dr. Pierce's
Golden Medical Discovery and now feel
like a new man. Can cat anything
I please without suffering afterward.
Weigh more and feel better than I ever
did. I cannot recommend your 'Golden
Medical Discovery ' too highly."
" I take great pleasure in recommend
ing your medicines," writes Mrs. F. V.
Lemley, of Caponroad, Va. tt My daugh
ter was delicate. We feared she had
cousumptiou. By the recommendation
of my sister, we purcliased two bottles
of ' Golden Medical Discovery ' and one
J of ' Favorite Prescription,' and used them
according to directions. We were more
than surprised to sec how wonderfully
our daughter improved. She hns gained
in flesh, has attended school every day
this winter, and seems like a new person."
PKRSONS OF ItlTlTER SEX
Before or after marriage should know
themselves. Ignorance of the laws of
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