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'A Desperately Serlouo Caso Cured by
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills.
t Brought to tho very yorgo of ntnrvn
tlou by tho rejection of all nourishment,
her vitality almost destroyed, tho to
covcr.ft!Mr;.jr.'A. Wyatt.V.No- 1180
Borouikl fBtriet, VDoa, Moliios, Iowa,
Beeai&ihOpclpM. Her fcliysiclntm utterly
failed to reach tho Bent of tho difllcnlty
Mid death mnst liavo resulted if tho had
not pursued on indopoudent courso sug
gested hy her sister's experience
Mrs. Wyatt says f ''DimI pnln In tho
region of tho heart, palpitation and
shortness of breath so that I could not
walk very fast. My head ached rcry
badly and I rn solzcd with vomiting
spells whenever I took any food. A doc
tor was called who pronounced tho
trouble gastritis, but ho gavomonorc-
- lief. Then I tried n second doctor with
out benefit. By this time I had bcroroo
very weak. I could not koop tho most
dcllcnto broth on my stomach, and at
tho.cud of a mouth I was scarcely mora
than skiu and bone and was really starv
ing; to death.
"Then I recalled howmneh benefit my
sister had got from Dr. Williams' IJink
Fills and decided to tako them in plnco
of tho doctor's medicine It proved a
wiso decision for they helpod mo ni
nothing else had done. Boon I conld
tako weak tea and crackors and steadily
more' nourishment. In two weoks I was
able to leavo my bed. Dr. Williams'
Pjuk Pills wcro tho ouly thing that
checked tho vomltlugnnd as soon at that
was stopped my other difficulties left mo.
I haven vigorous appatito now 'ami am
able to attend to all tho duties of my
homo. I praiso Dr.Williams' Pink Pills
for Palo Pcopio to nil my I rlouds bocanso
I am thoroughly convinced of their
Drl Williams' Pink Pills are sold by all
druggists and by tho Dr.-Williams Med
Iciuo Co., Schenectady, N.Y.
David Christie Murray has an nnec
' dote to tell of what ho says Is "tho
champion printer's error 'of his experi
ence." At tho eloso of a certain story
f 1Tl fila rnn aiiitttf olirut onmn v?nnl
IIVIU Mad Itmif JUUliaUUU DUIUU JbUlil
ago. Sir. Murray wrote:
"Aro there no troubles now?" the lov
"Not one, dear Frank, not one."
And then, in brackets, thus , he
put tho words, "Whito line." This was
a technical instruction to tho printer,
and meant that one lino of spaco
should be left clear. Tbo genius who
had tho copy in hand put the lover's
speech in typo correctly, and then, set
ting it out as if it wcro a lino of verso,
he added: "Not one, dear Frank, not
one white line!" Tendon Tit-Bits.
DAZED WITH PAIN.
The SnfferlnirN ot n Citizen of Olyra-
I. S. Gotham, of 510 East 4th street,
Olympla, Wash., says: "Sis yenrs ago
I got wet and took cold, and was soon
uat in Dcu, suffering
tortures with my back.
.caused an agonizing
pain, and the persist
ency of It exhausted
me, so that foe a time
I was dazed and stu
pid. On tho advice of
i a friend I began using
Doan's KIdnoy Pills
1 and soon noticed a
I cbango for the better.
Tho kidney secretions had been disor
dered and irregular, and contained a
heavy sediment, but in a week's tlmo
the urine was clear and natural again
nnd tho passages regular. Gradually
tho aching and sorenoss left my back
nnd then, tho lameness. I used slxboxc3
to make sure of a cure, and tho troublo
Sold by nil dealers. 50 cents n bor.
Foster-MIlburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
Tho convention of physicians was
called secretly and hurriedly. Dr. Kill
cm rose' to speak.
"Gentlemen of tho profession," ho
said, "something must be done. Our
automobile tires are wearing out, our
daughters' music lessons are unpaid for
andj nearly all our good patrons bare
already been operated upon for appen
dicitis. What shall wo do'r"
"Let's" discover n new microbe," Bald
The motion was carried unanimously
nnd, a wnvo of Mcltness wnfteil ilucnts
to the doctors' coffers. Indianapolis
Dear Mothetr , .
Yoor little met are a coastaci ears Ja
Fall aBdWhlcr wwnVr. They will
v ak&'addLX'Doyda bow alm Saitoh's
Comumptioa Cure thrf Lung Tonic, and
what it nu done for so maay? It is said
to be the only reliable remedy for all
xtxt of the air passages in children.,
It is absolutely harmless and pVavrnt ta
is returned. The price is 25c pet bottle,
and all dealers ia medicine tell
"ITu tttaeJy Aonld bo ui crery lioeaAotL
YOUR OWN SIGNATURE 85V,"B
Kubber Btarap for signing letters. Vouchers,
eta. at tiio low prlcu of I1.2&. Bend (or par
ticulars. Lock Box Hi. Fort Wajno,lnd.
OHIO'S WEEKLY OLIO.
BRIEF COMPILATION OF UATE
. 8TATE NEWS.
An Interesting Bnmmnrr of the More
Important' Doings of Our Neleh
Casualties and General Buckeye
Backers News In Brief.
Hubert VrlRht,.lho 11-ycar-old son of C.
3. Wright of Cranvlllc, was drowned.
Jirs. Frank Wolf of Fremont, was badly
burned about tho face, head and hands In
itio explosion of escaped accumulated gas
in her store.
Tony Dlsmar, a fruit dealer of Marvs-
villc,shot Joe Cullcn during a quarrel over
n dog, dangerously wounding him, Dls
It. J. Scrry of Toledo, fireman on the
Wabash railway, fell from a coal tank at
Montpcllcr, fracturing his skull. Ills re
covery Is doubtful.
Joe Pojtro, 40, and Harry Hover, 25,were
buried under twenty feet of sand at Ita
cnna. Poggo Is badly hurt and may die.
Koycr was dug out uninjured.
Jcsso Mantjar, a farmer, aged 70, living
near Gallon, committed sulcldo by shoot
ing himself, lie was allllctcd with cancer
and took this means of ending his misery.
Earl Snyder and Jay Fry, glassworkcrs
from Fostoria, wcro struck by n limited on
the Toledo line nhllo boarding a Fostoria
car at Flndlay, and Fry was Instantly
Oscar Bell, said to have been formerly
postmaster at Fremont, committed sulcldo
by poisoning in a longing house at Jloston.
Ball was 60 j ears old. The causo of. sui
cide Is not known.
A half dozen prisoners In tho Sandusky
county jail at Fremont engaged In a fight
and riot. John Foley had his arm broken,
Clem McDonald, Scott Newman and Her
man Michaels were also Injured.
A natural g.is explosion, followed by fire,
in tne Mcucavltt apartment block at Stou
benvllle, wrecked walls and much of tho
Interior. The occupants escaped In their
night clothes. Damage $3,000, partly in
A rear-end collision between two Hock
ing Valley freight trains occurred at CO'
lumhus In a dense fog. W. Hnnles, a fire'
man, was perhaps fatally injured. Six
teen cars were derailed and several of them
An oil lire occurred at N'o. 3 on tho Wnr
den lease near Findlay, owned by the
Taylor Oil Company, which destrojed the
rig and belt house, together with tho belt
ing. Tho cause of tho lire is unknown
The damage will amount to $500.
Andrew Tut lie, well known citizen of
Dellance, cx-soldler and ex-sherilf of Be'
fianco county, died at tho Presbyterian
hospital in Chicago, where ho was taken
several weeks ago on account of failing
neaun. jir. ruttio was CO years old.
Frank Howard, Charles Sandyjj, Wll
liamirout and William Jackson wcro ter
ribly scalded at the Gardner paper mill at
.Mlddlctown. Howard may die. They
were caught by escaping steam and water
whllo crawling under a paper machine to
Two Italians were shot down in the rear
of Jiiko llainlcone's saloon at Kent. Fhe
shots were tired at the men in thedarkness,
nil tho bullet:, entering their bodies, bur
geons arc unable to locate them nnd the
men may die. Thero is no clew to the
A scaffold on tho new Seneca Wire and
Manufacturing Company's plant at Fos
toria broko and Will Ovcrholt and Luther
Tjler, fell adlstaneoof forty feet. Both
of Ostcrholt's legs were broken below the
knee, one being broken twice. T ler fell
on his head and bled from his noso and
both ears, but was soon able to walk with
Ashland county Is now excited over the
prospects for oil and gas on account of a
blggaser with nu estimated product of
u,uoo,ooj cubic feet per day, which carao in
on tho farm of Jesso Stull, four miles south
of Loudontlllc. As a result of this strike
of gas, representatives of different oil and
gas companies aro engaged in a merry con
test for leases throughout Ashland county.
A thoroughbred bull en routo to Web
ster, W. Va., while being transfercd from
ono car to another at "cw ark, broke away
and made a dash for a young woman at
tired in flaming red. Tho girl escaped, but
tho bull, after frightening many passen
gers, dashed through' the railway yards.
Ho avoided numerous engines and tried to
knock a freight car off tho track, then ran
down tho Interurbaii track and was killed
by a trolley car.
A strango coincidence In connection with
the trial, at Dayton, of Dr. Ollv er C. Haugu
for first degree murder is the fact that a
divorce suit against him", instituted many
nionths before tho crimes of which ho Is
alleged to bo guilty, occurred, is set for
hearing March 11, which, In all probability
will bo before the culmination of tho mur
der trial. The divorce suit was previously
suppressed for religious reasons on the part
of tlio plaintiff. During tho present trial,
Mrs. Haugh is on her husband's shlo and
is doing everything the can for him.
Bob Butts and George Bridgevvatcr, tw n
young men living In S'cwl'Ittsburg.Hock
ing county, pulled out their guns at Logan
nnd made George Donovan, colored, do a
clog dance. Butts and Brldgcvvaitcr, after
emptying their revolvers, began to Jeer the
colored man, when ho turned and fired five
shots at his annoyers. Butts was shot in
the left lung, llridgcwater was shot
through the bowels and stomach. Both
Inen were taken to tho hos(ltai in Colum
bus, whero they died. Donovan was
bound over under $2,000 bond, which he
could not furnish, and was lodged in the
county Jail at Logau.
Owing to pressure of business tho glass
factories at Fostoria expect to run through
out the summer Instead of shu'.tlng down
for six weeks or more as is customary.
Fans will bu Installed ami ever) thing pos
sible done to make it comfortablo for the
Itobert Hosca, a member of the Ohio leg
islature in lSi7-6S and for many years ac
tively engaged in river trade between Cin
cinnati and Xcw- Orleans, and in general
merchandise in Cincinnati for many jears,
died at his homo in Cincinnati, aged Vj
years. He was a nativo of Boston, but
came to Cincinnati with his parents in ISO!.
WORST F0EM OF ECZEMA. ,r
Slack SplotchesAllOvcrFace Affect
ed Farts Now Clear as Ever Cured
by the Cutlcura Remedies.
"About four years ago I was af
flicted with black splotches all oyer
my fnco and a few covering my body,
which produced a savcro itching irri
tation, and wldch caused mo u great
deal of nnnoyanco and surfiring, to
such nn extent that 1 was forced to
call in two of tho lending physician?
of my town, After a thorough exami
nation of tho dreaded complaint they
nnnounccd it to be skin eczema In its
worst form. They treated mo for tho
same for tho length of ono year, but
the treatment did me no good. Finally
my husband purchased a set of tho
Cutlcura Itcmcdlcs, and after using the
contents of the first bottle of Cutlcura
Resolvent In connection with the Cutl
cura Soap nnd Ointment, the breaking
out entirely stopped. I continued tho
uso of tho Cutlcura Remedies for six
months, nnd after that every splotch
was entirely gone nnd tho affected
parts were left ns clear as ever. The
Cutlcura Remedies not only cured me
of that dreadful disease, cczctnn, but
other complicated troubles as well. Liz
zie B. Sledge, 540 Jones Ave., Sclma,
Ala., Oct. 28, 1003."
Tbe Western Senator shook his head.
"So," he Bald, "I can't support your
bill for government control of Insurance."
"Why not l"
"We". In the first place, you'vo got the
title twisted. Call It a bill for Inxur
onco control of tbe Government and I'll
talk it over."
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Take LAXATIVE UltOStO Quinine Tablets.
Druggists rcfuud money If It falls to cure.
E. V. Grove's slcnature Is on each box. 22c
, Juvenile Logic.
Klind.1T Knhnnl Ti.nr.lii.n- T lirtnn nnnn
of you bojs will ever be found among
Tommy Tucker T1W can we help It,
Miss Smlthcrs? We're kid, nln't we?
Tou can cure Neuralgia, Tootbaclie,
or Headacho In a few minutes by ap
plying Dr. Bayer's Penetrating Oil on
cotton to the seat of pain. c a bottle.
A cremated adult human body leaves
n residuum of gray ashes' which altogeth
er do not weigh more than about two
A Complicated Trnnsaetloc.
Tho "grand settling of accounts" In
which Mrs. Compton and her mother
indulgo at tho close of a day spent in
tho city, shopping, is an entertainment
which Mr. Compton never misses if he
can help It.
"Xovv, mother," said Mrs. Compton,
when ono of theso occasions was
drawing to a close, "can you give mo
tho 75 cents for that llttlo pincush
ion? Then we shall be all straight
"No," said the old lady, after an In
spection of her cash assets, "I can't
I havo only CO cents in change."
Mrs. Compton looked worried, and
as sometimes happened, her husband
endeavored to lend a helping hand.
"Your mother has a two-dollar bill
there," be said, Indicating one of tho
old lady's nssorted piles. "Why
doesn't she give you that, and you
give her that dollar and a quarter over
"William," and his wife turned nn
imploring nnd reproachful faco toward
him, "don't mis U3 nil up! That two
dollars is what I paid mother ten min
utes ago for my' share of Cousin
Lucy's down puff. And this dollar
and n quarter is her share of Cousin
Edward's ash-tray! If we turned and
twisted things back end forth in tho
wnys, you suggest we should never
enow where wo wcro! As it is, moth
er has the no cents I gave toward
Kntherlno's doll's tea-set all mixed In
with tho money Lucy gave her, and
we don't know how it happened, with
all our exact methods!" Youth's Com
panlon. A NECESSARY EVIL.
Experience of a Minister 'Who Tried
to TUluU iliat of Coffee.
"A descendant of tho Danes, n na
tion of coffee drinkers, I used coffee
freely till I was '20 years old," writes
a clergyman from Iowa. "At that tlmo
I was a student at a Biblical Institute,
and suddenly became aware of ths fact
that my nerves had beconio demoral
ized, my brain dull and sluggish and
that Insomnia was fastening its hold
"I was loath to believe that these
things came from tbe coffee I was
drinking, but at last was forced to that
conclusion, and Quit it
"I was so accustomed to a hot table
beverage and felt the need of it so
much, that after abstaining from coffee
for a time and recovering my health, I
went back to it I did this several
times, but always with disastrous re
sults. I had about mado up my mind
that coffee was a necessary cvIL
"About this time a friend told me
that I would find Postum Food Coffee
very lino and in many respects away
ahead of coffee. So I bought somo and,
making it very carefully according to
tho directions, we were delighted to
find that he had not exaggerated In the
least rrom that day to this we have
liked It better than the old kind of
coffco or anything else In the way of a
"Its use gave me, In a very short
time, an Increase in strength, clearness
of brain and steadiness of nerves; and
sleep, restful and restoring, came back
"I nm thankful that we heard of
Postum, and shall be glad to testify at
any tune to the good It has done me."
Name given by Postum. Co., Battle
There's a reason. R;ad the little book.
Tho Road to Wcllville," la pkgs.
k WfM r
ir-, t-s vj . .t:r zrn
. ivVTE.- urul
ft .s vv:-4ri.'M
j :r .mi.
Blch, Juicy Badishc3 Free.
Everybody lues juicy, tender radifbes.
Faker knowi this, Lcnce he offers to send
you absolutely free sufficient radish seed
to keep you in tender radishes all sum
mer long and his great
salzek's DinaiiM srxD coos,
with its wonderful surprises and great
bargains in secda at bargain prices.
Tho enormous crops on our seed farms
tho past season compel us to issuo this
' BnXD THIS XOTICE TO-DAT.
and receive the radishes and tho wonder
fjl llargain Book free.
Itemit 4c and we add a package of Cos
mos, tho most fashionable, serviceable,
beautiful annual flower.
John A. Salzer Seed Co., Lock Drawer
C, La Crosse, Wis.
She Works nt Home.
Hicks I understand Mrs. Dlas has
learned how to keep her husband nt
Wicks Nonsense! Bins is out with
"tho boys" nearly overy nlglit.
Ilicks You misunderstand me. I
mean the work she docs at home keeps
him. She's a.drcssmakcr, you know.
We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for
any ease of Catarrh than caunot be cured
07 Hall's Catarrh Cnre.
V. 3. CHENEY CO, Toledo, O.
We, the undersigned, have Lnown I. J.
Cheney for tuo last 13 jears, and believe
hlra perfectly honorable la all business
transactions and financially able to carry
out any nbllcitlons made by his firm.
VALUING. KINNAN k MAltVIN,
Wholesale DrufsUts. Toledo. O.
Hall's Catarrh Cure Is talcn Internally,
acting directly upon the blood and mucous
surfaces of the system. Testimonials sent
free. I'rlcc Tic per bottle. Sold by all
lake Hall's Family I'llU for constipation.
Job Sturky If n, street car conductor
should overlook you would you pay him
your fare anyhow?
Adam Zawfoi I've been waiting fif
teen years for a chance to be tested that
way, but no blamed conductor has ever
overlooked me yet.
Ton Can Get Allen's Foot-Hasc FRUIT.
Write to-day to Allen S. Olmsted, I.e Itoy,
N. Y., for a KREU sample of Allen's root
Ease, a powder to suaLo Into your shoe.
It cures tired, sweating, hot. swollen, ach
ing feet. It makes new or tlsht shoes easy.
A certain cure for Corns and Uunlons. All
Druzslsts and Shoe stores sell It. 2S&
afaule. Quits a Hit.
Brisss Biltcr's daujhtcr did vary well
In literature, didn't she?
Griess Yes, Indocd. I understand
that she mads money enough on ber first
novel to net herself an education. Life.
A GUARANTEED CURE FOR PILES.
Itchlns, BUnd. Bleedlnc l'rotrudtng Mies.
DrucKUts are authorzed to refund Djoney If
PAZO OINTMENT falls to cure la (I to 1
"ITotv did you feci when yon were
struck by llgUtnlnsr
"Thunderstruck." Cleveland Leader.
that Allcock's are the original nnj
only genuine porous platters; nil other
so-called porous plasters are Imitations.
Visitor (at dimo musoum) LToir ranch
do you nohrh, ma'am?
lat Woman (her first engajsment)
Young man, it's awfully rude and impo
lite to ask a lady a question like that!
TJoit to cure Sore Throat, Laryn
gitis r Tonsilltis. Apply Dr. Bayer's
Fcnetratin; Oil oa a cloth round tho
neck 10 minutes. 25c a bottle.
The old box-like compartment cars en
French rallrraj-s are belns gradually dis
placed by vestihultJ cars of a more mod
To cleanse the
and Gently ;
There is only
Syrup of Figs;
to get its bene
Always buy the genuine
The genuine Syrup of Figs is for sale by
druggists. The full name of the company
Fig Syrup Co. is always printed
of every pacKage. Price Fifty Cents
Sale Ten Million Boxes a Yean
pM THE FAMILY'S
CURE THE GRIP
Call lor your
. L. Douglas
W. L. Douglas $4.00 Cllt Edge Lino
cannot bo equalled atany price.
W. L. DOUCLAS MAKES A SELLS MORE
MEN'S S3. Sll SHOES THAU AMY OTHER
MAMUFACTUBER IM THE WORLD.
41 fl nfin REWARD to anyoM who caa
OIU,UUU ditprate this stattmtnt.
II I could take you Into roy three large factories
St Urockton. .Mass., and show you the Inllnlte
care with which every palrof shoes lsmade,ou
WIM1IU lEUUC nj IT.L. UOV-IBS 9J.&U BIIOCS
cost more to mal. why they hold their shspe.
lit better, wear longer, and are ol greater
Intrinsic value than any other $J. SO shoe.
W. L. DottalMm Strata Mmda Shoe for
Man, SS'SO, 32UJO. Boya' School &
CAUTION. Insist upon hating W.UDouj.
las rJioes. Toko no substitute. 2?one genuine
without his name and price stamped onjuttora.
fast Color Eyelets uud ; the y lelll not ucar traitu.
Write for Illustrated Catalog.
tV. I DOUGLAS, Urockton, Mass.
Positively cured by
these Llttlo Pills.
They also relievo Dis
tress from Dyspepsia, In-
dlscstlon and Too Hearty
Eatlns. A perfect rem-'
DrOTrstms", Bad Tasto
In tho Month, Coated
Tongue, Fain In the SIC.
TORTID LTVER. Oner
rcgclato tto Boircls. Fsrcly Vegetable.
SMALL FILL SMALL DOSE. SUALL PRICE.
GcraimB Musi Bear
cifa iini in I
moat suenutol I
rnliiT&tlan of rstxb J
dAMtircruUc. CjJ f or eopr-
. . U. Crtjwj k Uem, Iir.kWd, Xmh.
HUvMWSMir II I II
ail Wsfv fli W.
i w j w&yjh
' rrSCXLJ fell?'
r II Tut .jJlwbI'M$
&agg: III Capital 'ajogocc j
Dispels colds and
bilious or con
stipated; For men, women
Acts best on
Manufactured by the
on the front
FAVORITE MEDICINE U
I IS GUARANTEED TO CURE I
GRIP, BAD GOLD, HEADACHE AHD NEURALGIA.
I won't csll Antt-Orl nine toad, tier who woo't Onnrunt.v IS.
JIO.VEV HACK IP IT JIOEN.VT COSIk.
JF. 11 . Diemer, Ja.Ji., Manufacturer, Sprlnafield, JTw
ALL GERM UFE
Pilco, 25c, SOc, and $ 1 .00.
Dr. EARL S. SLOAN,
GI5 Albany St., Boston, Mass.
That Delightfbl Aid to Health.
Whitens the teeth purifies,
mouth and breath cures nasal
catarrh, sore throat, sore eyes,
and by direct application cures,
all intlamcd, ulcerated and
catarrhal conditions caused by
Paxtine possesses extraordinaiy
cleansing, healinjj and germi
cidal qualities unlike anything
else. At all druggists, jo cents
LARGE TRIAL PAC3AGB FREB
Tke R. Paxton Co., Boston, Mass..
Successfully Prosecutes Claims.
I ( Hinttwu kxAoiUur v' 8. fwualon Hurvao,
B 3 j t in UtU w, 1) m!J uilitUia cUua, altj aiiit
F. W. N. T7. -
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sw ths Aiinrtltemcnt la this paper.
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