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5KO. P. HUCKEUY
ANN IK R. IHCKICUY
After all, wr)y lire artificial Iamb
chops any worso than mock ruluco
Piirnetia! d'Uzea pronounces Ronl a
sad flirt which rhymes appropriately
China is petting civilized fast. It l
already beginning to pick quarrels
with other nations.
Korea asks a Joint protectorate of
the great powers. This prove that
she needg a conservator.
The Holy Land Is to be lighted by
electric as well as Israelites, under a
concession from the Sultan.
Alice Roosevelt fs said to have
twenty-seven hats, but we'll bet she
will insist upon having a oew one (or
Still, as a concrete and impressive
warning to over-capitalized American
women Count BodI may serve a useful
There is a tariff war In the Balkans.
A great Improvement, at all events, on
the other kind of war that section Is
It will astonish everybody to learn
from a Philadelphia paper, that "Pbil
adelp'nla Is the most religious city on
The Nile-Red Sea railroad Is open,
and we may expect to get our gum
arabic and bedouin bugs at a more
Why do autobubb!ers go to Florida
to prove that you can ramble at a rate
of two miles a minute. We who dodge
them know it already.
In spite of the alarmists. It Is worth
remembering that no monopoly has
ever succeeded et In cornering the
visible supply of ocean.
The American girl who deliberately
marries a title encumbered with a
rake and a fool is entitled to no sym
pathy when the trouble comes.
Aftmlra! Toko cables that he cannot
say definitely just when be will visit
the I'nited States. That April proph
ecy. is appears, was that kind of a
It is reported that King Leopold ha?
cleaned tip $15.0"0.0"H in the Kongr.
Free State. Leopold is one of the few
men who have made fortunes by rub
Remember that Gen. Neney. who
captured the town of Bajahon, is a
jaitls.cn of Gen. Jlminez. This will
help to keep you clear on Santo Dom
Canadian orators assert that the
twentieth century belongs to the Do
minion. It should be added hustll)
hat she does not intend to mouo)o
lizc it literally.
Jack Ixtndon Is going to spend four
of five years with his wife on a literar)
yachting trip around the world. Mean
while the social revolution w ill have tc
take care of itself.
It couldn't have been that woman
with a record of iM'O beatings from bet
spouse who Invented the formula: "II.
hardly ever beat me; he's more like a
friend than a husband."
To develop style, says a critic, younn
authors should write pocliy. Good ad
vice, provided the poetry is not pub
llshcd Otherwise, think of what It
might develop In the nailers.
Still another airship I going to fl
next cr w c k ; or, possibly, It Is next
jear! or. maybe, next century. If w
bad tuvcnlcd an airship we would wait
till It flew before wo said It did.
"This opens up the marriage que
tion," sii)s Je Howard, In tin full
tide of his Sunday letter. "I have n
desire to xo Into that branch of tin
subject." Was thwu ever wb-.e;
To be sure, it is something, new that
a convict BlioiiM win the fllu.uuo prize
for correctly guessing: the iittendanci
at the St. Iouia exposition, but the rest
of the story Is familiar. His !ayci
We are glad Richard T. Fox has re
signed, for his name won't get l:iu
the papers hereafter. Kvery time t
saw that name It made us think of tin
gentleman who made diamond studded
Sir Henry Irving' son, II. H. Ir
vlng. Is ruining over here In LlgliU
Out." Merely to have it recorded and
out of the way once fur all. we an
nouue that be ' Lit'ht Cut" lieu.
Kugland, so to speak.
Senator Pelt us, of Albania. Is a
gnat f i lend of the squlritls In tt.t
(apltol ground, and never forget tc
put a i rust of bread in his po ket
in ti he leavts bis home in the mom
lug, with which to feed the iiltle fei
lu. 1-ong life to blm!
Su) a Japanese: "Judo Is much !csr
brutal tliau fooibul.'. in Judo tie aim
Is to kill olir opponent, or tiisabll
him for life." If that is the reputation
football haf In t t;e Japanese mind, nc
wninNr 1 1. . y ai? setmlng Judo uiloisiuu
wU iitr lei U tocttri u
WOULD BE READY
SECRETARY TAFT WANTS STRONG
ARMY AND NAVY.
WARS ARE NOT OVER YET
Suggests 100,000 Regulars and a Strong
Reservs Talked to 5,000 Chil
dren About the Philippines.
CHICAGO. Secretary of War Will
lam H. Taft before an audience which
filled the Auditoilum to the doors, de
livered an oration upon "The Army
and the Reptihllc."
He spoke under the ausplcles of the
t'nion League Club, of this city, which
for years has made a feature of the
celebration of the birthday of Wash
ington. In the morning, the secretary
addressed 5.000 school children who
were gathered In the same hall In
which he delivered his afternoon
speech. For his address to the young
people he chose 'The Philippines,"
telling at considerable length of the
progress being made in educating the
Filipino according to American stan
dards. In the afternoon the secretary
spoke at considerable length, discuss
ing the organization, needs and ac
quirements of the army, urging strong
ly upon his hearers that the support
both the army and the navy In such
a manner that botb could be maintain
ed at a state of the highest possible
"We can not and should not main
tain a large regular army," said Mr.
Taff. "but for a nation of 80.000,000, or.
counting the people who live In our
dep ndencies, nearly 9rt.poo.ooo of peo
ple, a regular army of KO.OoO men is
a Fmall force, considering especially
the fact of the remoteness or the Phil
ippines, the Isthmus of Panama. Porto
Rico and Alaska. In addition to the
reeul.sr army there should be a pro
vision for an efficient reserve of nat
ional volunteers, and such a plan for
the co-operation of the military forces
of the state with the federal govern
ment and the military establishment
as to make that force effective to
repel invasion and constitute an ef
fective part of our national defense.
"An efficient navy U of course, very
necessary to secure proper respect
fur the rights of our citizens abroad,
ijnd while it Is also a most Important
agency in the national defense, it
must not be forgotten thotih it fre.
quen.ly does escape the attention of
legislators, that a mobile army Is as
indispensable to national defense as
fortifications or a navy."
THE HEPBURN BILL
WASHINGTON. The Hepburn rail
road rate regulation bill was favora
bly reported to the senate by the com
mittee on Interstate commerce by a
vote of 8 to 5.
WASHINGTON. The Democratic
members of the senate interstate com
merce committee have decided that
th'j would vote unanimoiislv for the
resolution providing for a report on
railroad bills as the house passed It.
without committing each member of
the committee to its suport or against
The Democrats have an Idea that
It is a waste of time to consider the
bill further In the committee In view
of the fact that the real legislation wlli
have to be framed on the floor.
A BILL TO LIMIT FORTUNES.
Congressman Floyd's Measure Says
10 Million ia Enough.
WASHINGTON. A resolution
which would limit fortunes In this
country to I) noil Ion iloi'ar Yinn been
offered In the House by Representa
tive Llovd of Missouri. To the cor
rcsoudciit of The Star, who asked
hli'i to explain bl:i object In offering
such a resolution, be said:
"I ofr.red It by request. I do not
know the name of the man who
brotiKbl It to me. I think lo million
Is enough for anvboel). but 1 si.:. II n..t
llate the pilmiple Involved In the
Germany Favors Us.
P.KIH IN 'h.inelor Von Buelnw
liiiKiilur.il Into tile rcichstitg a till
extending the nn.t favored nation
treatment to the I'nited State as nf
feeling the liiportailon of American
goods null June. Iei7 He declared
the nut Ion must chisese l-twecn this
provinlmal arrangement or a tariff
war with the I'nited States. The
government I eeommeiided the former
becaue the two couutrles r eom
petitors. San Francsco Fir Threw 8.000 Out.
S.N FRANCISCO. It Is estimated
that more than eight thousand persons
have been thrown out of em.lo inent
by the fire which de-t roved station
C of the Sun FiaucKco Gas and Ki.c
trlc company. A Unit four hunched
factories tre shut down tend It Is not
believed that they wlil be able to re
sume woik until Moinl.iv,
Vet Air For Moyer.
SI'HINGFIF.I.D. ILL The Illinois
bituminous miners have voted 5,doij
to aid Presld . ut Moer and Treasmer
Ha) wood f the V'tern Federation,
who are under rrct in Idaho i hnig. d
with complicity in t he Gov. StueiUerg
Th Mother of 21 Children Dead.
!i:NVl-:it Mr L'llubeth Conway,
the mother of twenty five children,
nineteen l.ojs and six gills, nf whom
there were six puiis nf twin I di aj
tLe wa I'i pari old
THREATEN BIG BUILDING STRIK!
Employ Demand Chicago Strlk
Sympathlier Return to Work
CHICAGO. A rupture In the
Hons between the building trndes
unions, representing 50,000 mechanics,
and the employing contractors of Chi
cago has been caused by the sympath
etic strike question and labor troubles
of wide extent in the building field are
threatened tor the near future. At a
meeting of the building contractors'
council the employers decided de
finitely that they will force every
man now on sympathetic strikes tof-e-turn
to work or the unions and all
istlng agreements will be Ignored. It
such action is taken ty the employers
a lockout or a strike is sure to follow.
The arbitration boards of all the
unions in the blulding line have been
summoned to a conference to-morrow
nfght and when the committees con
vene the employers will present their
SECRETARY TAFT IS
HOT A CANDIDATE
ST. LOCIS The Secretary of War
William H. Taft. who was the ruest
of honor at the annual banquet of the
Western Federation of Vale club at
the Hotel Jefferson, declared In nil
interview that he was not now and
would not be a candidate for Presi
dent. When reference was made to the
frequent mention of his name as Pres
ident Roosevelt's successor, the Sec
retary amlled and said: "I am not
responsible for the foolish notions of
my friends. The idea is preposterous
I am only considering the matter Joc
ularly In no sense seriously."
The guests at the Ya'u banquet be
sides Secretary Taft in- iuded Presi
dent Hadley of Yale and Walter Camp,
the football authority. Secretary
Taft's address was chiefly about Yale.
After the banquet Secretary Taft
admitted General Bell had been sum
moned from Ft. I'avenorth to meet
him in St. luis, but s:iid they had
conferred strictly on department mat
ters. which he was not at liberty to
discuss. General Bell left St. Iuls
after the interview and, is said to
have taken an early train back to
"Do you think there Is a possibility
of a conflict with China?" be was
"I sincerely hope not," wr.s the
quick reply, as the smile faded from
his f:ce. "There Is a feeling of in
rest In China," lie continued, "but I
think the government of Cnlna has a
better control over the masses than
heretofore. Still another boxer out
break might occur."
WHEAT FOR STARVING JAPS.
A Seattle, Wash., Newspaper Will En
deavor to Send a Shipload.
SEATTLE. WASH The S.attlo
Post Intelligencer has started an ef
fort to secure a ship load of wheat fur
Japanese famine sufferers, suhsrrlb
es ten tons of wheat and calls for sub
scrlptlons of wheat to be shlpi-cd. il
possible, on the Great Northern linei
Ihtkota. saibng March 12 I .a text
Oriental mall advices sbow nearly a
rnll' in Japanese are starving nm'.
food Is needed rnoro than money
The Pimt Intelligencer calls on eveij
wheat farmer In Washington, wherf
20 Million bushels of wheat was rai c
last year, to subscribe In w heat.
Earthquake in West Indies.
ST. THOMAS, 1). W. I.--A seven
shock of earthqual was (It on th
Island of St. Lucia Wednesday night
and at Intervals duiiiu. Hi.- night then
were frequent I rmors of the earth
On the Island of a'artlnlnue u slight
ahock Was felt Wednesday. Mont
Pelee remain quiet.
New York na 80 Cent Ca.
ALBANY, N. Y.- Th" state eommU
slon of gas and electricity ha Ik. -dice)
an ord-r fixing the rr.as!;:;::m rate foi
gas on Munliiil lien Island at eight?
cents per tbousami cubic feet. The
onbr goes Into effect May I next and
is to continue In force for three years
High Schoo1 Puoil Strike.
TACOMA, WASH Several hundred
high school pupils resent line Die con
observance of Wuahlnttoi ' birthday
left the school room and pnreded the
stieets. blowing huriisand wnln ban
ners. Gliis Joined In the dimoustra
Body In Potter' Field.
CHICAGO Alter repeated effort
to secure a final resting place for the
body of Joh.inn lloh In one of the
city ct ineierles. the clerf.nuen In
charge despaired, and finally the liody
was Inter.ed In the potters' field ad
joining the county oor farm, at Dun
ning. Ninth Suicid in Family.
ST. LOl'IS Arnold Van Yen. 1
year oil shot and killed himself at
I his home. He wa the ninth member
of hi family to die by suicide, hla
father, grandmother and six aunt ami
cousin bavin killed thcmiche with
in the last few year.
A Miciouri Girl a Suicid.
SPOKANE, WASH-MUs lUrriet
Rlc hards, a lusd teacher, 25 year
old, who arrived here etlerday from
Barnard. Mo., coijimlilrd suicide by
taking poison. She wa In ill health
and d. t pendent.
Pension Day In Th Hrut.
WASHINGTON .- lief, , re prodx-ed
Ing to pension legislation, whic h ll
tile special order In th bouse, ev
eral minor bllU wete pae.l by tin
stilt ions consent 4'i'l p ti-ioii bill'
wne paatcd in i x t lour Intitule
GOVERNMENT'S STRUGGLE INDI
CATED BY MONTH'S STATISTICS.
1400 PEOPLE ARE KILLED
Seventy-Eight Newspapers Suppressed,
Fifty Eight Editor Arrester
ST. PETERS BP RG. Some interest
ing statistics are published relating; to
the recent operations of the govern
ment. In the month which ended Feb
ruary 7, seventy-eight newspapers
were suspended. . fifty-eight editor
were arrested, a state of siege wa
proclaimed in sixty-two places, anc!
a minor state of Beige in thirty-four
other places. The number of peo
pie Bummurily put to death, not In
eluding those put to death In the re
jiresslon of the Moscow outbreak, was
1.400, and the number of political ar
rests in St. Petersburg; was LT1C and
in Russia proper 10.000.
Prisons in Many Town.
Temporary prisons w-re n--nci i
seventeen towis, 2,000 portal and
telegraph tinplovees were uihiuUmu
and more than a score of the work
men's cheap restaurants were closed
so as to prevent the unemployed from
It Is estimated that the agrarlar
outrages resulting from misgovern
ment entailed the actual destruction
of property worth "h million dollars
One-sixth of this destruction was in
the provinces of Kursk, Orel nnd
Saratoff. A priest has been arrest
ed in Novo Tcherka for a sermon in
which he said that the land belong;
ed to God.
TELEGRAPH WIRES ARE
DOWN IN CHINA
WASHINGTON An alarming- re
port from Clon. that telegraphic com
municatlon along the Hankow route
has been cut by the Chinese and that
it was done to conceal some commo
tion or uprising. The State d "part
ment officials have not been advUc d.
One dispatch was received from
Minister Rorkhill. It was not given
out. The depart tin lit staKcl it made
ro reference to what is known as the
It Is now recalled that recently one
of the frie ndly Chinese at O.nah.t faid
that notwithstanding the peaceful
nharacter of the dally report from
Chinese official sources trouble might
l.e looked for at an early date. Since
that predic th n Wu Ting F.ir.g. nc
(tordins to the cat Ics. has bet n open
ly Indorsing the boycott movennnf
This by no me ans t mh-d to relieve
the tenseness of the conditions.
It Is generally believed here that
me war department and the navy
department have made their dlsfxv
sit Ions to handle any emergency in
The reported break In the coin
munication on the ;lnkow railroad
ma jr. of co-irse. be accidental, but In
Ihe present condition of the Chinese
mind and the American mind the
danger Is always feared unless the
contrary Is proved.
TOLD TO AVOID
CHICAGO Commissioner of Cor
tjsiratlon Garfield was subjected to a
severe cross examination In the pack
f is' case and r.as still on the stand
when coiitt adjourned Ixiring the
"examination be admitted that he had
turned over to the Oepartment of
Justice some information which had
ln-en si-cured during the investiga
tion of the beef Industry, but assrilcd
that It was nothing which had any
direct bearing on the case now on
hearing. The Information given tbe
rvpartment of Justice, he said, had
been received by the agents of Hih
department from nn-n nil over the
country claiming to have information
f tine violation of law by the defen
dants. No Information obtained from
tbe pucker was given to the Is ( art
lie tit of Justice.
A letter of January ltm',, from
Commissioner Garfield to Special
Agent lHirand was handed to the wit
ness. It admonished him to tie care
ful In securing Information from the
packer that they might not be able
to claim the prlviledge of immunity.
Elephant to th Reacu.
NKW YORK. A street car collision
at Forty-second street and Sixth ave
nue. Injuring half a doien erns and
gave the hippodrome elephants a
chance to distinguish themselves. The
collision blockaded the stree and tangl
ed up traffic. The genlu of the publi
city bureau say a golden opiortun!ty
and grasped It by calllntr out the ele
phant They lifted the car up so
that a man could be rescued and then
shunted both cars off down the street
so tht traffic could tio on it way.
New Mall Service For Chicago.
CHICAGO The first mall to pu
through the subway tinder the down
town street wlil be sent soon through
the tunnel connecting IjeSalle street
railroad station with the postofflee.
Tli apparatus which raise the mall
bag from the tunnel to the pemtofflen
ha a rapacity of 2."0 mail pouehe
Th Bttaton Sympony Leader Retlgn.
IIOSWON.- Wllb.lin Geiick ha
resigned a con. tm (or of th liostoo
A STRIKE OF 200,000 FARMERS.
March 1 American 8oclty of Equity
Memeber Will Wlthold Produc.
INDIANAPOLIS. A Strike of th
jno.ouo farmer comslnB the Amer
ican Society of Kqully. an organisa
tion with headquarters In Indianapo
lis, has been called for March I.
Kvery one who responds to this call
will agree to withhold from marketing
any agricultural product excepting at
prices that are up to the level that
has been decreed as equitable by the
officials of this organization.
This organization claims that th
producer ought to get at least one
dollar a bushel for wheat no matter
what may bo the slr.e of the crop.
The call of the strike sets forth a min
imum selling price on all farm pro
ducts, prices which the agricultural
strikers claim they are entitled to and
can get it if they stand together.
Kansas and Minnesota are being
flooded with copies of this call. It
Is figured by the officials of the or
ganization that if these states hold
out for the higher prices the move
ment will prove a success.
MAY CUT OFF NEBRASKA CITY.
Missouri' Chang of Court Threat
en to Make It an Inland Town.
NEBRASKA CITY, NEH The mis
sonri river Is cutting through Its bankt
eight miles above here and tiniest
something Is done this city will be
an inland city
The $7i(i.no0 Burlington bridge at
this place will be left high and dry
and the company will have to build
another bridge east of the present one
nbout three miles. Opposite what ii
konwn as Jones's point the river 1ms
been cutting for some time.
A report from there says It has
cut in thre-e-quartei s of a mile and a
laree amount of land has been washed
away. If It continues it will soon cut
Its way Into what is known ns White's
lake and the channel will be some
where near the Iowa bluffs instead of
the Nebraska bluffs as now.
WILL EVICT 4,000 TENANTS.
The Pennsylvania Railroad to Use a
New York Site for Terminals.
NEW YORK. The most extensive
eviction of tenants In the city history,
by which 4,i,1v porsont must move
from their homes within a few weeks,
from their hames within a few weeks,
h is he n orde red by the real estate de
partment of the liimvt Island railroad
To blocks of tenement house on
Thirty second stree t We-nt (f Lithth
revenue. In which more 1 1' it it eight bun
die d familie s live, are to be' ten n
low n to make additional room for the
great railway terminal of the- Pennsyl
vania railroad. iK-spire re'pe ate-d
notices from the railroad company
the tenants have remained, many of
them because xivcrty made l( next to
Impossible for them t. .move, Of the
4.100 nrson affecte-d by the order
l.ono are said to be in arrears for
for their rent.
AFTER FIRE INSURANCE.
May Investigate th B.j Industrial , nci an ent. ino munlc Ii aie be
Concern. Uween France and Kriwl.-nnl. and now
ALBANY, N. Y. The first leglsla -j tb..re U to be nu entente musical.-,
ture criticism of the Insurance Inves oilier word. BuUrIi Insti urn. nt
ligation committee came In the form eg i chorus singers are to give con-
a movement for a further lnvestlga
tion of Industrial life Insurance com
panics on the ground that these
companies escaped censure or com
mendat ion la the bill submitted
The resolution asks for the appoint
ment of a committee to investigate and
examine the business and affairs ol
the Industrial life Insurance com tm n
le of the state with reference to th.it
Investments and reMirt to the legl
lla'ure with recommendation for any
legislation found desirable.
PIPELINES COMMON CARRIERS
Th Provision of a Bill by Represent
tatlve Rhlnock of Kentucky.
WASHINGTON -A blil declaring
oil pipeline common carrier nnd
putting them under the supervision
of the Interstate commerce eommU
slon. ha been Introduced in the House
by rtepresciiliitlve IthlneM'k of Ken
tucky. It Is In aeeme tespect almliur
to the bill Intro. luce. I In the last Con
grea by Representative Scott of Kan
sas, but I broader In It scope, as
It Includes pipeline wlioso operations
are confined to a state or territory.
Tiie Stntidiird Oil line In the Indian
territory are Include d In the provisions
of the bill.
Chines Christian Flee.
PFKIN Meairer d.-tall have been
received of attacks uixin Catholic mis
sion In several town In the South
east provinces. The biahop at Cheng-
chow fu telegraph that Chinese Chrl
tian are fleeing. The region 1 th
center of a long atandiug feud, and
outbreak are frequent.
A Outhrl Newspaper Man Married.
Gl'THIUH Karl Croxton, managing
editor of the Guthrie Capital, and
Mis Kelllo Olds, daughter of Mr. and
Mr. II. C. Olds, were married at the
home of the bride' parent hern by
the Rev. A. B. Nlchola, rector of the
Trinity IJplscopal church,
Th Chrry Tre In Toklo.
TOKIO. IH-pltrt unfavorable weath
r, the American cmbaay wa th
ctne of a lively gathering, thm oo
easlon being a if-ccptlon given by Hunt
ington Wilson, the ehrg d'affaires.
In honor of Washington' blitbdny an
niversary. Flald Estst t 50.000,000.
CHICAGO With a wltne all the
way !rom llnglimd present In Court
Marshi-'.! Fields wlil wa admitted to
proVste today. Tbe will and two co.il
Clle were aJ'iilttcd cpatatrly.
HIS ONE WEAK SPOT.
Prominent Minnesota Merchant Curse
to Stay Cured by Doan's Kidney
O. C. Hayden. nf O. C. Hsyden &
Co, dry good merchant, of Albeit
Lea, Minn., says: "I w so lame
that I could hardly
walk. There was
. -e - 1 weaknes oi me
".';J back, and constant
pain and aching. I
could find no rest
and was very un
comfortable at night.
A my health wa
good In every other
way I could not un
derstand this (rouble. It was Just as
If all the strength had gone from my
back. After suffering for some time
I began using L)oan Kidney Pills.
The remedy cted t once upon the
kidneys and when normal action was
restored the trouble with my back
disappeared. I have not had any re
turn of it "
For sale by all rlealers. lo cents a
box. Foster Milium Co. Buffalo. N. Y.
For a Coastline Railway.
Commercial Agent Shirley, of God
erlch, report an owning for a coast
,line railway along the Canadian side
'of ljcke Huron, which could be built
for llfi.ocMi p. r mile, Including equip
jnient, the shore being very level. H
jsays that other Canadian coastwise
;railays. with less favoial.lo location
are earning 10 r cent.
AWFUL PSORIASIS 35 YEARS.
Terrible Scaly Humor In Patche AH
Over the Body Skin Cracked and
Bleeding Cured by Cuticura.
"I w as afflicted w l:h ps.crias's for
! thirty-five )ers. It was In patche
'all over my body. I used three rakes
Of Cuticura Soap, six hox a of Omt-jn-.ent
and two bo't'es of Resolvent,
j In thirty i!a I was completely cured,
jr.nd think j rnianently. as It was
about five jears ago. Tbe psoriasis
'first made I s appearance In red spots,
j generally forming a circle, leaving In
'the center a spot at out the s'.re of a.
j silver dollar of sound fle sh. In a short
time the affected circle wonM form
a heavy dry scale tf a white s!'vrr
appatanre an l would pra lually drip
fT To remove the titlre n slew t-y
bathing or usitu oil to soften them
the flc-h would le jerfe ctty raw. in I
a llfftit rtt.-c:ierg of r.oo.ly subtarcv
jwo'ild 'o' out That scaly crust
I would form again In t wentv -four
ihcuit. It wa w,Te on my arm an!
limbs, although It a In s; ; a t
over my body, n'.-o on my scalp, if
I let tbe scale s remain too long wi'h
tuit removing by b.c.h or o'!.erie,
the hslu would crack ar. l I le i. I
suffered Iniense Itching, we.ise at
nlitht nf'e r getting warm In bed, or
blood warm by exercise-, when It
ao'ii'.d be almost unbearable. W. M.
Chh!esu r, Hutcbiua
.'ii, Kan , April 70,
..British Invade France.
There are ulre ady an elite ute cor-
cert In Pari.
To Get th Best Out ef Life:
Order the lif habits to conform lo
tbe la of hygiene, take proper rrst,
food drink and xxerclse, have plenty
of light, fr.-olo air and sunshine, and '
take a cup of Garfield Te dally. Tbl
mild laxative insure! Good Health.
lruggll sell Garfield Tea.
Oi of Coniumotion.
It Is true that l.o fx r c ut of th
death amoung the Sioux and Yank
ton Indian now are from tuberculosis,
but It i also true that fifty year ago
lubercolosl was unknown among th
Indians, slid bus tustci.ed Ueoa 1 1. e III
only since the coming of the white
man to I 'ut old.
Nature's Way Is IJc5t.
Tbe func-tletii trengthciiliig aisl t'---;:
bciil. ling plan of trusting ci, rotor, l!tii?'r-
Ing and cilelinte r.ere of ei !ei as pur-
aueel t jr I ir. Pie-re". i (oiiciMing alu r
Nature a plmii of r--u.rlni he alth.
Ilee llfte natUtlll re die i , ea . tllltt I
vtiae-t from native no-l.. nml r.l,
I re pare-el by prcte wrought out bv
lie rv ol turn of mike ii tune ariei
mime ill, .ml the ii m of ai.-olioi, and
by skillful rouiliinalloii In Jnt ll.e. rigl.l
I wd as lngre1le-iil nf Or. l'ler.-e'
Golden Metlli-ni llivovery. Iliac it t lnrry
bara, tiucen's reeot, (,oi,,.n ,s,n resit,
liloehlrooli and Stone root. n-cially evert
Ihe-ir influenep In cw ( lung, t roiicliuxl
Biul tl.roal tronliies, and u. u I im o v
r.KV" Is, ihen-feeri. a aovereian riii".i
lor tircuicliuis, lrii(ilii. rhreuuc cougtia,
catarrh and kiiidrref aiunriil.
il. above native r..t also hava tb
trniiiil cen'.iiie en.l..reine'h from th
leaellug mreliral writer, of ail I lie. wveral
aebtsiia of practice, for the run not only
of th disease uoi.l ala.vo but also f.-r
InelUje-aiion, torfHtr of liver, or bilioua-
lenckee. eilil,uaUl COIlSt : pttlon. kldttey Bud
bladder troubles and catarrh, no waller
Vou d.m'l have m take Dr'. Pierre'
ay - alien aa Ui this; what he flaunt
for hi liivenery " Is liackwl up bv lb
w ritings nf the m. l triune m nu n in lb
medical profcMcnou. A r-.iiet by p,n(n
rard r letter, ad.lre.t to I r . K. V.
Pier.-es, linllal.i. N. V., tor a littia IsmiW
of eiiracu trenn eminent me.ticl au
Ihcirilip rndoreeiug tiie InirtTxIieicl nf bis
niediciu.e, will bring Im.c HU. j,ft
thai Is worthy your allermioii If
neneltng a g.l. afe, reliable re n.oly of
tiu.u n coniiion f, tiie cur c.( aluiost
any old cbreeiiic. or lingering uialady.
Ir. I'li rce'a Plca nt Pe lle ts cur vm-
ttpallelll. IIU' llltln Pell.'l s a genii)
laiauve, and ln a mild ralliarlic.
Th moat valuabln I-k.v, ,,r t.th me-ti
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