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A CURE FOR FITS.
The Treatment It t- .ccomp..h
What Science Haa Bean Strug
gling to Attain for Csnturies.
. The intrti-v Interact Hint li.-i- neen in.ini-
m lestcd tin. uglmtit the country liy Hie nr
J ilrifnl cure thai are being aecompliaha '
"fiW ilniK by f-piU-it icicle atill continues. It i
lenlly surprising thi- Vast numl r of peo
ple who hare already (iron cm -.1 of fits
mid nerronanea. In order tint avenrbody
may hava n chance to teid the mcla-me.
lnrge trial bottles, valuable literature. Ilia
. , torv f Epllepty nnl testimonials, will be
'if' cnt "' ,na'' "'"olutelv free to all ho
f write to the I)r. Mn'v Uboraton, 548
Pearl Street, New York CHj
.ft Worae and Worse.
" "I tell you, mamma," cried Freddie,
"I don't HM that dootor'a medicine."
'Ji "lint this la liniment, my dear,"
..K coaxed hi8 mother.
Mm "Well," replied Freddie, v. ry doubt-
;, ful'y, "Isn't that milium-. It In?" Hai
vjt-,' tier's Weekly.
3&fo "he Human Eye.
A mnrveloualy conatruetd luatru
$, ment delicate In Iht extreme, r
j eHimliug to the iltghtes' tnlluence
V What crime agniiiBt nature to drug
ifft the eyj. Everyday eye troubles are
9j i..'1-dily cured by applying externally
in I i Mill-in li h pure, h iimii's- poothtnB
iffii k vi- Salve 26 eeuta Ask the druggist.
gp The Rightful Uaer.
j Knlrker Why did you discharge
vijjS your chauffiur?
,VJ lioeker He persisted in taking till
fffi friends out when the cook wanted the
j You will respond very quickly to the
' tfij IJarfiehl Tea treatment, for thiH Natural
.'JjK Inxntive corrects constipation, purilieH the
s4S blood, and benefits the entire system.
jB H'a the easiest thing In the world to
H point out the proper courae for other
tw to pursue.
BR "Brown's Bronchial Troches" relieve
gfllj Bronchitis, Asthma, Catarrh and Throat
H Diseases. 25 cents a box. Samples sent free
flBK by John I. Brown at Bon, Boaton, Mass.
jB Things gulned are gone, but great
PK things done endure. Bishop.
fills I I itllt IN a TO 14 DAYS.
PAZO 01NTMKNTlKsuarantr.il lo cur any nw
JBJBJ of llchln. Hllnd. Hl.r.llna or I'm milling 1'fles Is
lB-B a lo It days or muniir refunded. 6oo.
jjX The dentist is Invited to attend
vH many a swell gathering.
seal BaTnBatlrf-M 1 js i w w 'all-iTif'ai. M
BJBJ HL sgaLij" aslABTr 3 Jaw
Ba VlDr LTy T t tj"3CtbU CNlw
I SICK HEADACHE
I I , I Positively cured by
I CARTERS "' pi,u-
fe Wll S-lwW They also relieve Dis-
M I I1TLC tress from Dyspepsia, In-
H Hj Si ! dlgeatlon anil Too Hearty
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BJ if jl j T-Hteliitlieliouth, Coat-la-
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IMaasWil IhIiIc, TOKPID LIVER.
J They i -uulutc the bowels. Purely Vegetable.
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I mmM 1 REFUSE SUBSTITUTES.
I TOILET ANTISEPTIC
I NOTHING LIKE IT FOR
TLJIT TFtTTU Fuune excels any dentifrice
I lit I Bab I H in cleanung, whitening and
removing tartar from the teeth, beside, destroying
all germi oi decay and disease which ordinary
loodi preparations cannot do.
fUP Un I ITU Psxtine used ss a mouth -I
nt IwlUU I tl wash disinfects the mouth
and throat, purifies the breath, snd lulls the germs
which collect in the mouth, causing sore throat.
Lad teeth, bad breath, grippe, snd much sickness.
TUC CVaTC whco inflamed, tired, sche
inLsLTaLd and bum, may be instantly
I relieved and strengthened by l'aitine.
Ajs MgjBji Paxtine will destroy the germs
wA I Annil dial cause cstsnh, heal the in
flammation and stop the discharge. It is a sure
remedy lor uterine catarrh,
Paxtine is a harmless yet powerful CsakssSji
Bermicide.disinieifUiii and deodoruei. tj
Used m bathing it destroys odors ml JJIWetBri
leaves the body sntisepln .illy Iran Ctiliiij j
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jS HAIR BAL8AM
PCPJOlaaoM. sial beaullnal tin. nalr.
-wBBJiui,t,,ts. a lusui isnl gruslh
N.v.r Kails to L...luio clray
- II. Ir to Its You hrul Color.
aVaValCun. n-alp itusaa-. hstr l.lllng.
1 T; tOcaudglKlal Dnuglsi
FOR 9R w" ""'I ' " I""!!"'"' liinioi-'
vn AUU yiirldof raiaau.l uiin- lumtsrt luill
1 flu Vim 00." lilOH Matwalt Ave. t hicasTO.
Lmuuusm 1 1 K peraoiinge whose
fWXsKL2olpfl iiit.,1 i!;i is celebrated
Sofl SbW vvil1' such enthusiasm
nw JmS itrM by "in lilsb citizens
ijSjl Kc v. n m iinqttestlonnbly
)iSKotS)m the brlghtesl liiiiiiiuir
LtiiihSJIi t h .i i adorned the
Emerald Isle, for by his almost hercu
lean labors he rescued that land front
. paganism. Some uncertainty exists as
to the date and place of Patrick's
birth. The most reliable historians,
however, concur In the belief that he
was born about the year 396 in tht
Iti-ltUI). Roman province of Valentla, at
a place near the Clyde, not far from
the modern Dumbarton, cnlled from
About the year 432 he began his
missionary work of converting the
pagans of Ireland to Christianity. It
1 said that during bis stay In the
Island he founded 365 churches, bap
tized with his own bonds more than
1,200 persons anil ortlnlned a great
number of priests. ." s
He died aboot tie f 1
year 469 at -v -,
place called Saul, f v S A
near Downitrlck, I vTa. 1
and his relics l j (Ksm J
were preserved at K-E-ji'LJfaaASy
thai place till the Wfmai
time of the Refor- VU'tjr!
It Is but natural r'VjCwh ?
that the land ?r:-J. fiVyXgil
which produced a j 4UM wL
Fingal and an Os- lwAl f'f
slit n should KJKd G,
abound In legends v -- st
of the great mis- A 'Km
sionary who taught -s '')S6
the Christian re- . .Jtabjp
llglon to the Irish CI ' jjh t
pagans stories, y mfyJ
some of which are tVa '
surrounded w'th AkassS' I T
an atmosphs-re of I E 3ssl " '
benuty, others that are wild and ridic
ulous. His explanation of the Trinity
to his hearers, whose simple minds
could not conceive of the existence of
three In one, was timely and satisfac
tory. Plucking a stem of the sham
rock from the earth at his feet, he
pointed out to his congregation the
three leaves growing from the one
Btalk, by that simple lllustratiou bring
ing the numbers of his flock to a
realization of a Triune God. Since
then that trefoil plant has been sa
cred, and together with the harp has
been the emblem of the Emerald Isle.
As long as the shamrock continues
to spring from the soil of Erin the
true Celt will observe the yearly re
curring holiday that Is supposed to
mark the anniversary of the birth of
Ireland's patron saint. It Is true that
many well-Informed Irishmen will tell
tiB that the 17th of March Is not cele
brated as the birthday of Patrick, be
cause it Is by no means certain that
It Ib the correct date; but that the day
la merely set apart as a time upon
which to honor the old saint's mem
ory. Rut, be that as It may, the ma
jority of people, and perhaps a major
ity of the Irish, consider it the blrth
duy anniversary of Ireland's great
evangelist. What the Fourth of July
Is to the true-born American St. Pat
rick's day Ib to both the native Irish
man and the Irish-American. It Is
true that the latter Ib loyal to his
y- v adopted country,
( J andhasmany
'Jv times proved his
C , patriotism, but
TsSr' I wnt"n the ,n
xffi J March appears the
1 'T 7" ' J, .illz.ll .11 I libe Ml
'jfjJ lun blood Is ready
J y 7 mi f-sas. to celebrate a day
7f, f l J " this Ib exclusively
i ( '.'. hla own a day
WsMMS J. . an event that oc-
j i", JsvJ)i? T cutred 15 cen
&j&yAi?&' ,,i,u8 ag' ye
, ssWl flcWssfas V' which remains un
"imMJiV dimmed b th
!' 'jf' ) mists of time.
JiSrW ii must be
'IIvlVmK- fessed that the
'izOamSv " celebration of St
I yBsilWlll not upon the whole
' law J invested with any
marked degree of sanctity by its par
ticipants that Is apparent at leaBt to
American eyes. Of course, upon ihat
occasion appropriate ceremonies are
conducted in the churches with becom
ing reverence, but to Irishmen as a
whole the anlversary of the old saint'B
nativity Is looked forward to as a day
for participating In all the pomp and
pageantry of the street parade, In
which the green flag with the harp
and shamrock shares the honors of the
day with the Star and Stripes of the
Milesian's adopted country
1,1'ul.e.l at from a meteorological
point of view the festival of the canon
ized Patrick's birth enjoys a distinc
tion Ihat Ib by no means mythlcul.
Those who have long made a study of
the weather and us vagaries can tes
tify that the 17th of March as It ap
pears each year Is, as a rule, charac
terized by storms of either rain or
snow, or gales of wind. The few ex
ceptions to this phenomenon only prove
the rule. The boisterous deportment
of the elements on hat day, however,
are easily accounted for by the fact
that the Vernal equinox is then uear
I at hand, when elemental and atmos
liberie disturbances are liable to occur.
A bill providing for the Inlil.itlvr
nnd referendum waa defeated In the
Nebraska renal e.
l.eorge T. Oliver of Plttsbttr,; has
been nimoil ss the Republican i andl
date for United States senator to suc
ceed P. C. Knox.
Grieving over the death "f hla dog.
Martlne Aororlo. a retired chef, at
tempted to commit suicide in the city
hall at Oakland by biting himself to
Lumbermen of Arizona, New Mox
Ico and West Texas met at El Paso
Texas, last week In secret session. It
Is believed the schedule of prices Is
to be boosted.
Ruth Bryan Ieavltt, eldest daugh
ter of William .1. Bryan, haa been
granted a divorce from W. H. Leavllt
Mrs. Ieavltt was granted the custody
of the two children.
Mrs. Lew Crist of Chicago shot and
killed her 14-year-old boy and then
killed horBolf st Rushvllle, Ind The
tragedy occurred at the home of a
friend she was visiting.
The police of Oakland, Cal., have
uncovered a plot which they claim
has revealed a modern "Fafrln." who
has systematically trained a young
boy to rob his employer.
n,ans for an extension of the rapid
transit system of New York City, to
cost about $50,000,000 are being pre
pared by engineers of the lnterbor
ough Rapid Transit company.
Thirty or more lives were lost, six
ty people were Injured and property
worth one million dollars was de
stroyed as a result of the tornado
that wrecked the town of Brlnkley,
The first death from cholers of an
American In the Philippines Tor some
months was reported to the bure tu of
Insular affairs last week, the victim
being Joseph l I. armour, a civil en
gineer of Baltimore, Md.
The National Horse Show associa
tion of America. In session In New
York City, adopted resolutions pledg
ing Itself to hold a horse show In
1909. this disposes of all rumors
that the horse show was to be aban
doned. J. J. Mack Is dead, Avery Bernstein
i In the hospital with a bullet over
Mb heart. Policeman Rohblns Is serl
nusly wounded and Detective J. E.
Stowe is slightly injured as the result
of a shooting affray In San Antonio,
The wife of a Havana elgarmaker.
already the mother of fourteen ehil
dren, gave birth to quadruplets, two
l-oys and two girls. President (ionic
rent hia congratulations to the
mother as a woman deserving well of
l he republic.
Don Luis Proto. a millionaire rand,
owner, merchant and pioneer of the
section, was shot from ambush and
Instantly killed near DevlsaderoB sta
tion, on the Nogales Cananea railroad,
while on the way to his ranch east of
The Kansas senate has Adopted the
report of tiie railroad committee on
...e 2-cent fare bill. The recommenda
tlon of the committee was that the
bill be not passed. This ends the 2
cent fare legislation in the Kansas
legislature at this session.
Urey Jones, on trial at Muscatine,
Iowa, for the murder of Mr. and Mrs
Vanwinkle, commit .cd suicide In the
county Jail by hanging himself with
bis bodclothes. Jones was to have
taken the stand In his own defense
on the day that he suicided.
John Godwin, prominent Repub
lican politician of Wilmington, Dela..
couvlcted of offering a money bribe
to voter at the last election, was
sentenced to a fine of $500 and two
years In prison. Godwin took an ap
peul and was released on $3, 100 ball.
After a seven-year hunt the Chicago
police declare that the murderer of
Policeman Patrick H. Duffy has been
found. Vincent Briscoe, alius Britton,
who Ib serving a sentence for rob
bery In the San Quentin penitentiary
In California, is thought to be the
The court of appeals has affirmed
the Judgment of the lower court in
the case of Domluudor Gomez, the Ma
nlla labor leader convicted some lime
ago of having written a threaienlng
lei tor during the strike of the launch
men. but reduced his Imprisonment to
The spectacle of a horse riding In
an automobile was witnessed on the
streets of Oukland last week. The
horse, which was attached to a light
delivery wairon ran away and Jumped
Into a passing automobile and rode
for almost a block before the machine
Edward P. Moxey, apeclal national
bank examiner, whose work furnished
the basis for the successful prosecu
tlon of Charles W. Morse, Is about to
retire from government service, It Ib
announced, to take charge of the ac
counting department of the Guggen
A flsl light ul Knoxvllle, Tenn., be
tween J 0 Miller, pastor of Zlon Lu
theran church, and Solomon McGanv
mint, a member of his flock, resulted
In the arrest of several members of
the congregation and the minister.
The encounter wus the culmination of
The report of the New York char
ter commission proposes, among other
things, "that no person shall be
eligible for the office of mayor unless
he shall hate been a resident of the
city for at least ten years preceding
his election, and that the salary be
Increased to $25,000 it year."
Half a dozen negroes wore killed
at Cuthbert. (in., by a tornado, and
a dozen business hulldlngif were al
most totally destroyed. The tornado
also twisted off corners of and made
laniasili- mutilations of many other
buildings. Several while personti
were Injured, but none seriously.
WHAT WIFE SAYS "GOES."
Qut It Sometimes is Bad for the
When a property-owner knows noth
ing about paint It Is bad for the
property-owner, and bad for the paint
er. It would not be so If the property
owner would always hire a skilled
painter, and then really leave every
thing to him. But the house-owner so
often fools himself on one or the other
o these things.
The skilled painter In every commu
nity has some of the most Incompetent
competitors thst ever vexed a consci
entious workman or contractor, and
the Incompetenta get Jobs generally by
working cheap. In the next place,
li. ti the skilled painter Is hired, they
do not leave everything to him, as bo
many property-owners boast they do.
They Interfere most Ignorantly and
most fatally. They Insist sometimes
on using paint materials without In
vestigating whether they are good or
not. Or perhaps they Insist on the
painter's hurrying the work.
"I'm not going to have that painter's
mess around my house a month," the
wife says, and what wife snys goes
at. the cost of a lot of wasted painting
If the painter stays away a few
days to allow the paint to thoroughly
dry the owner says: "That painter's
neglecting this work guess he's side
tracking me for Jones' work. 1 won't
What chance docs a palnterhavetodo
"-..I work for a man who Is continually
nagging at him and otherwise handi
capping him (without meaning It, of
course) T A poor Job Is the Inevitable
lesnlt of such Interference.
Poor painting costs the houseowner
money don't forget that. It might
pay you to get the practical paint
book, painting specifications and In
strument for detecting paint mini
tetania, which National Lead Co. are
offering under the title of House
Owner's Painting Outfit No. 49. Ad
dress National Lead Co., 1902 Trinity
Bid, New York City. This company
do not make paint (they leave that to
the painter to do) but they make
pure white lead ("Dutch Boy Painter"
trademark kind), and they can tell
you how to save money by securing
Proving His Caution.
Elder W. H. Underwood, chaplain
of the state senate, was walking down
a street at his home at Clay Center re
cently with a friend. Another friend,
with whom Underwood Joked a good
deal, met them and said: "Elder, I
thoiiL'ht you were careful of the com
pany you keep."
"I am," replied the chaplain, walking
right on. "I'm not going lo stop."
Kansas City Journal.
Statv or Onto Citt or Totaoo. I
1. 1 I AS Col'NTT. I
Fiiakk J. I ill M.t msaea oath that be Is senior
partner at the -Arm of F. J. Chsnst A Co .. dolus
buitltirsa In the t'ltv of Toledo. County and Bute
sfor.-sald. snd thst said Arm will pay the sum of
.' .. mi Mint ii I" il I. Mis for each and every
esae of hi Aiu.il that cannot be cured by the use of
IIAI I 1 I II Mil II III
FIIAN'K J CHENEY.
Sworn lo before me snd sutiscrlbed In my presence,
this lb day of December. A. D . last.
l - l A. W. ULEASON,
I Kh f NOTAST PUBLIC.
Hail'a Catarrh Cur. is taken Internally snd sets
llro-tly upon the hltxid and muruua surface of the
tysleni. Hend fur testimonials, free.
I I l IIKNEY A CO, Toledo, O
Sold by all llrumilata, 73c.
ink.- liall'a Family rm. for constipation.
Alas, How True!
"I often wonder,' remarked Mr.
Stubb, in solemn reflection, "If the last
man on earth will have the last word."
"Ot course he will, John," laughed
"But why are you bo sure?"
"Because the last woman will give
It to him."
Just Shoot Twice.
"I thought you said this gun would
shoot a thousand yards?"
"It won't. It only shoots 500 yards."
"Well, it's a double-barreled gun,
Important to Mothers.
Examine carefully every bottle of
CASTORIA a Bafe and sure remedy for
Infants and children, and see that It
ln Use For Over 80 Years.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Modern Improvements Wanted.
Charon was indignant.
"That Bpirit wnntH the ferry
equipped with the wireless system,"
A Domeatle Rre Reenedr
'cuiipMiiiiili , by (experienced Physicians.
.'onforuiB to Pure Food and Drugs I,awb.
Wins l-'rl.-iiil.s Wherever Used. Ask Drug
gists for Murine Kye Remedy. Try Mu
rine In Your Eyes. You Will l.ik.- Murine.
Like Producing Like.
"How did that manager come out on
his beauty show?"
"I think he made a handsome profit."
Rheumatism, Neuralgia and Sore
'i lini.it will not live under the same roof
nith II.iiiiImis Wizard Oil, the best of all
remedies for the relief of all pain.
What is defeat? Nothing but edu
cation, nothing but the first step to
Something better. Wendell Phillips.
Pettit's Eye Salve 100 Years Old,
relieves tired eyes, quickly cures eye aches,
nflaraed, wire, watery or ulcerated area,
Ml druggists or Howard Bros.ButTulo.N.Y.
Some people avoid popular concerts
because they are fond of music.
Mrs. WIdsIow's Soothing Syrup.
For children teetblna, softens tho aunis, reduces In
Oaiuuiattuu, allay palu, cursa wludcoltu. UbcabutUs,
A dimple in a woman's chin makes
h ipiut in a man's heart.
Thoae Tired, Aelilug ii-.-i of Yours
nee.l Allen i. F. ol-Kllc. Be SI Jour llrusgtst's,
Write A. S olniM.d. U Hoy , N. V., tor sample.
lOfiM men haven't sense enough to
do the best they can.
For Women Lydia E. Pink
ham's Vegetable Compound
Noah, Kj. " I was passing through
the Change of life and suffered from
I m headaches, nervous
I prostration, and
V "Lrdia E. Pink-
kkW I nam'8 Vegetable j
liHps -sB Compound made me
-ftta. M well and strong, so
)? I that I can do all my
I i I housework, and at-
Br-. Il ci id to t lie store
QptcqHIk M and post-office, and
sP vf I J feci much younger
V - t than I really am.
' " 1 "Lydia E. Pink-
ham's Vegetable Compound is the most
successful remedy for all kinds of
femrsre troubles, and I feel that 1 can
never praise It enough." Mim. Lizzut
Holland, Noah, Ky.
TheChangoof Life is themostcritlcal
period of a woman's existence, and
neglect of health at this time invites
disease rind pain.
that there is no other remedy known to
medicine that will so successfully carry
women through this trying period aa
Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vegetable Com
pound, made from native roots and
For 80 years it has been curing
women from the worst forms of female
ills inflammation, ulceration, dis
placements, fibroid tumors, Irregulari
ties, periodic pains, backache, and
If you would likct special advtoe
alniut your case write aeonflden
tial loiter to Mrs. Pinkbam, at
Lynn, Mass. Her advice is free,
and always helpful.
Silver and Copper, f -aO. Gold snd Silver reSned
snd Nmshl. Write for free n.alllns """" j
Ul.liK.N ASHAV .. IsSatsasfllaa., Ssmr, Css.
HOWARD E. BURTON, MM"D
Specimen prices: Uold.Bllver.Iiead.il; tiold. Sli
ver. 5Sc: . ."lit. .Mi. . 7.1 in- r Copper 11. Cvanlde tests,
Mailing- envelopes and full price list sent., n amplica
tion. Control and umpire work aull.-lt.sl. Lfad
vllle.Oolo. Uefereu.-e. Carbonate National ft.uk.
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The difference I
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bird shot and cannon ball pills test H
spoon doses of cathartic medicines H
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