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NEW 8TRENQTH FOR WOMEN'S
How to Make a Bad Back Better.
Women who suffer with backache,
bearing down pain, dizzy spells, and
that constant fooling
of dullness and tired
ness, will find liopo
in the advice or Mrs.
Mary Hinson of 21
Strother' St., Mt.
Sterling, Ky. "Had
I not used Doan's
Kidney Pills I be
lieve I would not be living today,"
says Mrs. Hinson. "My eyesight was
poor, I suffered with nervous, splitting
headaches, spots would dance before
my eyes, and at times I would be so
dizzy I would have to grasp some
thing for support. My back was so
weak and painful I could hnrdly bend
over to button my shoes and could not
get around without suffering severely.
Doan's Kidney Pills helped mo from
the first, and I continued until practi
cally well again."
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Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. V.
They are considerate youngsters In
England, as most people know. A lit
tle boy whose grandmother, had just
died wrote (lie following letter, which
ho duly posted: "Dear Angels: Wo
have sent you grandma. Please give
her a harp to play, as she is short
winded and can't blow a trumpet."
Important to Mothers.
Examlno carefully every bottle of
CASTOHIA a safe and sure remedy for
Infants and children, and seo that it
In Uso For Over 30 Years.
Tho Kind You Have Always Bought
It makes a woman awfully tired to
see a man make a fool of himself
over any other woman.
Positively cured by
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Tuey nKo relieve Dis
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illKi'st lun amlToii Hearty
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Hea, DrowMni'ss, lluil
Taste hi tliuMiiulli, Coat
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NOTHING LIKE IT FOR-
TTHF TFFTU Paxtine exceh any dentifrice
B lfl& I Eabi In in cleansing, whitening and
removing tartar from the teeth, besides destroying
all germs of decay and disease which ordinary
tooth preparations cannot do.
TUE iUimiTU Paxtine used as a mouth
I fl& tfiUU B I! wa5h disinfects the mouth
nd throat, purifies the breath, and kills the germs
which collect in the mouth, causing sore throat,
bad teeth, bad breath, grippe, and much sickness.
THF FVFI wnen inflamed, tired, ache
I rlCi & ! kO and burn, may be instantly
relieved and strengthened by Paxtine.
Paxtine will destroy the germs
that cause catarrh, heal the in.
Qammation and stop the discharge. It is a tars
remedy for uterine catarrh.
Paxtine is a harmless yet powerful r&
dermicide.disinf eclant and deodorizer.
Used in bathing it destroys odors and '
leaves the body antiscptically clean.
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caiiHi'U liy i-ulla. It cure Clrip ami oh.
Btlnato toughs uud prevent Pneumonia.
Il.lvu you stiff or (swollen Joints, no mat
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If you have any kldm-y or bladder trouble
Cet Muiiyou'R Kidney Itemedy.
Prof. Mmiyim linn Jiiht IshiumI a Magazine
Almanac, w hleh will Lu sent free to any per
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An Ti', "W T1 S 'n every rity and county to sell
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GREAT FLEET IN
HOI PORT AGAIN
AMERICAN SHIPS DROP
THEIR ANCHORS AT
VESSELS IN FINE CONDITION
Long Voyage Has Demonstrated the
Marvelous Efficiency of the Amer
ican Navy Foreign Countries Im
pressed as Never Bcfcre Deser
tions Reported as Surprisingly Few
President Roosevelt Reviews
Armada from the Mayflower.
Hampton RortdB, Va., Fob. 22. Tho
most stupendous task of naval his
tory was completed when President
Roosevelt reviewed tho fleet of 1G
battleships as they filed into Hampton
Hoads to drop anchor at the port
from which they sailed one year and
two months before.
Tho homecoming was much the
same as the departure. Tho ships
were the same, with the exception of
the Nebraska and Wisconsin, which
took the place of the Maine and Ala
bama. The flag of Hoar-Admiral Sper
ry flew from tho Connecticut, Rear
Admiral Evans,' Rear-Admiral Emory
and Rear-Admiral Thomas, who were
successively In command, having been
placed on tho rotired list.
Crowding the piers the same wives
and sweethearts gathered to welcome
countries or tho rrorlrt rtslted bo many
ports, so many countries, undor no
many flags. And novcr was any naval
command received with such wldo and
iinlvorsal acclaim and enthusiasm of
friendly feeling and spirit of welcome
as marked tho progress of tho Ameri
can battle fleet at every one of Its
twoscore or more stops on tho cruiso
around tTio world.
Few Desertions Reported.
A romnrkablo feature of tho cruiso
1ms been tho excellent discipline.
While thoro have boon a few deser
tions, the number has boon far less
In proportion than It usually Is In
homo ports. Tho extent of tho drink
ing on tho part of tho men and offi
cers at recoptions and while on liber
ty In strange and peculiarly Interest
ing places has been far less than was
Many Countries Visited.
Tho fleet visited 20 countries and
anchored In 26 foreign ports. Tho 1C
ships passed through tho Straits of
Magellan, made the journey through
tho Suez canal without mishap and
coaled at Port Said in record time to
bo off to help the Italian earthquake
sufferers, all without mishap. Two
passed through the Dardanelles, tho
first foreign warships to do so without
grave conferences between tho vig
ilant powers, to pick up tho young
Turkish officers who wore to come to
the United States. Two saluted tho
new sultan of Morocco. One division
dropped anchor at Amoy to do honor
to China. The whole fleet flew their
colors in tho ports of Japan. The
flags of nearly all tho world were un
furled In welcome to them.
To drive tho ships 410,000 tons of
coal were used. Practically all of this
came from America, In order that
there bo no vatlations In quality which
would interfere with the elaborate
steaming tests to determine the maxi
mum power to bo obtained from tho
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ALIGNMENT OF WARSHIPS AT HAMPTON ROADS.
Tho human raco has traveled far
Away from Its beginnings when tho
figure eight is considered to bo th
standard form In woman, and a "rat"
makes many a male heart beat
No harmful drugn in Garfield Tea. Nn
turo'fl laxative it is composed wholly of
dean, Rwcet, health-giving Herbal For con
Htipatiou, liver nnd kidney troubles.
It's a good thing to hnvo opinions
and It's a better thing to keep tho lid
on thorn sometimes.
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Winks "Were- you over In a railroad
Blinks (seasoned traveler) Yea; I
always go standard Pullman.
For Colds and Grlpp Capudlne.
Tho bost remedy for Grlpp and Colda Is
Hicks' Capudlne. Holloves tlm nchllifr and
fcvorlBlinoss. Cures tho jold Headaches
nlso. It's Liquid Kffccts Immediately 10,
25 nnd 60e at DniB Stores.
When a man's heart Is broken by a
woman ho employs aomo other wom
an to mond it.
thoso to whom they waved their fare
wells from the same spot over a year
ago. And with the i-attlo of chains
and tho splash of anchors, as the
great ships wheeled Into their berths,
the journey of 42,227 miles not in
cluding tho side trips in tho Mediter
ranean and other waters from zone
to zone, over the world's oceans and
through foreign seas, was at an end.
Marks Epoch In History.
The event marks an epoch In tho
naval and diplomatic history of tho
United States. As a mere physical
achievement it Is a thing of enormous
proportions. As a test of naval effi
ciency it has shown the sailing value
of tho fleet and demonstrated to
many peoples thi power of the United
States and its equipment for war. It
has boon a sort of gymnastic exercise
with tho big stick. It has given tho
navy department the results of an
experience that will bo invaluable In
tho upbuilding of future fleets and
brought out defects that must be over
come As a diplomatic messenger It
hns dissipated international misunder
standings and brought closer In friend
ly lelatlons tho United States and
many of tho world's countries.
Tho successful completion of tho
cruiso without noteworthy nccident or
untoward incidont, from cither a naval
or political potnt of view, Is regarded
by all nations as history making from
several points of view. Never before
has any battle command made such a
long, continuous voyage. Never be
fore has any battle command circum
navigated tho globe, whether in one
or separato voyages. Never before
has any fleet or armada of any of the
quantity of fuel consumed. In this ro
spect alone tho experience gained is
invaluable. Nearly 100,000 gallons of
oil worn consumed In lubricating tho
engines and machinery.
All Nations Impressed.
It is as a naval tost that the cruiso
of the fleet takes rank a3 the most
Interesting and greatest achievement
of modern times. Naval experts of
foreign nations waited with cynical
patience for tho fleet to arrive In Mag
dalena bay, battered and disabled aft
er the first leg of tho rigorous journey.
When tho ships wont through targot
practico without any preparation they
hastened to report to tholr govern
ments. Lntor, when tho same ships
continued on their way around the
world and did the same thing at Ma
nila bay, tho fighting efficiency of tho
American navy was unquestioned.
But thoro woro some things, some
very slmplo things, brought out by
the fleet's voyage which seem to have
escaped tho critics of tho navy. If
naval oporatlons are to bo carried by
tho United States at long rango, and
that will probably bo the case, so far
as tho Pacific Is concerned, thoro
must bo colliers to fill the bunkers of
tho battleships, supply ships to fill tho
storo rooms, and ammunition ships
to fill tho magazines. In thoir last re
ports the chief, of tho bureau of ord
nance said that a navy without am
munition was helpless, tho chief of tho
bureau of supplies and accounts said
that a navy without food for tho men
was helpless. Tho colliers are being
built now and it is only a matter of
time before each of. tho bureau ch!ofs
will get what he wants.
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