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1Garrh of the lea
11 r. Tom F
ady, N o. 3
Rochester, N. Y., writes: I was
troubled with catarrh of tle head for
1mlany years before I paid mu1el at
teitotion to it, but a fev ml'onttIhs ago
I was so atat oyedl by heiadles and
tifleulty inl breathing through illy
nose, ail Imly eyes Snohirtel iad looked
so inflamled that I felt I must do
sometitng to relieve this state of Lf
"I noticed one of your ads. In the
raper, and then Aitd there deehled to
- try 'eruna. I am pleasel iW say
that it Namne up1) to aill Iy expecta
tions, for in six weeks it hal driven
the catarrh out of ty systet and
I have not been troubled since."
Mrs. A. J. Ticinan. 1122 Wyoming
* st., San Antonio, Texas, writes:
suffered over tine years with catarrli
of the hea!. nose and ears. Five bot
ties of Peruna have restored me my
In the southern section of Caucasia
agriculture is the principal industry.
Wheat and other cereals. cotton and
tobacco are produced. In Ciscaucasia
cattle breeding is profitable, while in
the mountainous districts mining is
carried on extensively. The mineral
deposits include copper, silver, Iron
and manganese ores, cobalt, sulphur,
quicksilver, naphtha and rock salt. The
country also produces a great deal of
petroleum. Rugs, woolen goods and
harness are made. Caucasia is gov
erned by a general governor acting for
the emperor and local zem.stvos
Most Skin Troublo
The Active Principle of a
Famous Remedy Works
Sinny peo'ple : hv.' tmnrveled the wny
E. S. S. lvercom4 s ii in~~ I roule. '' t ex
in th bonl n~ t e !".n isrv el lyi ai w, i
iand v :.s .
Wlo you c:ne4 torela thae'dt the skin
neiitwork of ,i t~ny b it ves.sels you solvte thea
nouiing foo i* . I I.nts, v
i. is ell y a re : iu.orkable renw li. It
conlttins . i n i. do a iii e iv p. rpos..
f whi h s i:':: . *': i* ii - 1 i.a. -s t h
hei lth slfleb n ' it l :1 wn4 l eii t ial n4 t i
t01 r 44ni. 4 .\n l t , lidi imlala utat-ns li f t~i
match i . ' lna i r h1 1p a re to it:,t'u a s ete
Wlat't 0 l v wel balan~illalt h ais I he iri
Hlou. 8h-.n < fi t' i thelu taic a ats
inidei tigu If -ar :: fwalsuad. 11
]i i i t r11ar8,l . S.\k fr . . .an
Ldre skirtfu ie 3,00 yerseolup" any
mengi t h oleritliah." ea nl kn r
Til11eovl sliofhn Moilt.herhooda
1h r. is. to o yu lathn tpheseon
minr disrs. to are ofcr alt subtytoes
3nsist upon 8..S. t
or i Phiadelha who say other'ob
bl sir l 300 rears ld." 'tHe--s
"Wel, darI s e r t of 'oldl things'o
Thoo a n t o a la -in tiareh tnllo
Of istes to ma the-com te joyL ~ lirOf
raanr'I 'iran l xpecth' aion-I iii tla
l~t ut i-ihlt.1 (4aatatisii is i te' I o14. Sver
-v e l -- to u41(4 IiiiI so I "t 'st
Ii'r-tFrend."tl5 1 I tIta ((l i T hi i s a nc
(ai I - -a~tlla1 exterymir apition
maylaoeailyinfrrd sined ito is ubin
tiaiag(lit wrnen gnt ecte uslesd
'~Aithers J'ioto is opru ri-ol t
ota ow aor~ toy the ies, that therug
uuatual vrain ton thk foril abol tli-(t
ts wite for a spemIalle by0 for seero
mWherh hae sodh estdo Itimet tha.
Fight on. Ship Purchase
FATE STILL UNCERTAIh
If Ship PurchaFe Measure Stay:
Before Senate, Extra Session Wil
Be inevitable to Pass Supply
With twenty-one working day:
nhenli of the sixty-thirid ongress, tih
fitc, of teit government ship pliirC11114
bill still rtiniihis unceitain.
Whether it will be held before tl
seatte to the excliuioti of or i)r4)rll
tionl bills un1til pamsd or un1111 thll
gavel ends the S'essloll Mrch -1, imus
he determn(1111ie by the piesidelit at(
timitra1St iionk IVlI(I. Some detin iIit
undierstinliang on this poilit probbllil
'will Ie rietehd within at few diys
The prvhesidei 1' expectedi to diseus:
(t Hituatlon with seniators who hiavi
stood valilant ly for the hill ilat'ougl
tihle last. week of party reelmllli.
Suggestions that lIepubl t ica sana
tors eve(tull1y might yebl their oI
position in order to taitw ill) tpprtopritt
tion bills and let the miensure con
to a vote airl*( denied by minoriti
leaders. They insist the bill canno
get to i vote.
Diemoeeratle senators chamnploning
the lill admilit (the situation is des
periate. They reailize their insistene4
on'keeping the bill before the isenat
will lieani failure of the great appro
priation bills. This would make ar
extra session inevitable.
If it is deteriiiiiied that an effori
should be made to pass tlie appropria.
tioin bills to avoid an extra sessiQu
the shlip purellise hill, in the opiniot
of some of the stnunehest friends
must be withdrawn. Even then ther'
iliy not be 1iml(1 to pass the grel
supply mensmures. Telivre are fight,
nheand onl thei naval andt( military bills
and the rivers lin(] haibors bill Is eer
tain to provoke attack.
IOWA RANKS FIRST.
Wrests From Texas Title of Banner,
Ilown his wrested from Texas th
title of balier-cropu stale. the tlir
t-en princillti (rolis grown there Ins
yeliar being valued at $351,-450.000
according to the Agricultural Outlook
pb11)1lished recently. 1111iols' cro
wer1e worthi $3119,(656.000, wi
Texas comes thilrd, with $288.:3:5.
000. Dleerense in the vialue of cot
(on was tih( cause of the smaller valI
ll' of Texas 'rops.
Hansits. with $287.1062,000. F
fouirth; Nelbrask a. with $210.01,000
fifth, nid Ohio, willh $207,:3:7.000
sixth. 11thier' stntes' o 11 v nue Are
(h-orgli. $155.1 (7.0t ; (iklaloia
$1:1.1--1 .000: Northl ('arolina:, $1*-,,-.
iW S.000; K ni it iai :y. $ 11.:325. 04
.\ , b oti w. $ 1i 1.25 1.00 1 : T 4ai Iiosso f
:1'7:.o00 : .\fississ-jipi. -$!1: l. N S2. M Ii
87:1.!05. Ln : l~n i mtu. -$(;7,7(;7,000
aln hiriA.I S', 0l5.000 I.NPIX.
Jii: lliiii1.: k h I ui ei-: ul0 i l,:
A\ yiear atal a halt' ago I was -take'i
ithI ai severe altnek of* kidniey trouhhi
that ined me121 n suh an(1 l extet thal
it as S"tonei in Ih lilItadder andio pre
rihed~i I~ti Water. tli tooka. sathhp
rI,' ciuednorelief fro15 t~lin t lr imo
Itil I had l .:assed in all at leasta
hdoxen ort more14 alin hand no: sifter
'i the slightest singe- and lin all ha:v'
I lken one( botthe ;)'il a 1im1 t and feel
lI tuh day13 of AuagustI 19, II. W. Spinks.
who subsncribled thle ab lovei statiemiet
anid mlade oath that the same is tru'ct
In subhstanice andt in fact.
A. fl. Lee,
Ex. of .Justice of Peace
I Letter to
I Dr. Hllnmer & Co.,
iaghamiton, N. Y.
Prove Whatt Swampl..Ioof Will Do For
Send tetn cents to Drt. Kilmuer & Co.
Hilnghamnton, N. Y., roar a sample size
bottle. It wIll cotnvince antyotne. You
will also r'ecelive a blookiet of valnuble
infoama tion, tellinug about11 the kidnteys~
and bladder. W hen wr"iting, he sitre
:ind men'I tin thle 1411urenlS Advettlser
Iteguar 1ifty-cenit an d onle-dolIara sizi.
biottles totr sale at all druig stores.
U. S. Not U. 8. A.
Do vont know what is the proper
-hbrev iati(2n of the I in ited States? It
V- I. S. It is not. U. S. A. There is
noerane ot thils fact. The intitials UT.
S. A is the ofilelal aecepted abbr'evlia
.iia for' U:11 d St ates: I army, an dI(oes
not, un de r any13 possle1 dond itlons,
over mneanl UnIted States of America.
A\t this timo. wheti so many mamiifau,
turers in thIs couantry are brandIng
I heIr goods as m1ade0 in the United
States, thais Is Important. The brand
U. S. A. upon anything means that it
w'as manuafacture.d in the United
States armay. "Made In U. S." is the
brand which should be putt upon all
goods manuafactured in thin country.
ON WARSAW FRONT
Kaiser and Czar Ara Watch
RUSSIANS TAKE TRENCHES
In the Snowy Carpathians and In
East Prussia Battles Art Raging
-Germans Send Reinforcements to
With e (ermn :111n Tiussiain em
per*'ors Its V.ye-witnesses, tie armiies
of lUiissin 1i1i ( ermanitiy are still eon -
tendling filr thev positions titult protect
Ie Il'tl ish (pit'I of Wit Isa w from)i
th i vsAdmers. Ithe llussian emper-or
has beenl tt ltiusslian henchi t arlit ers forl
several ilhys and the (ecrtnn report
ainoniees ha the (kerinni vitiip:ror
lts jolitl the generals aItiui hs lie
itu l y visit l troops in hlit, trleelh'l s.
Nothin hlaf, s ben(i t disclosed :It ; ' 1to
th rors of the baittle whichl.
whent hinst lit s were received, was
ragitg l witi tuhtel fitry.
The liuss !:nnios. aecordln tg to S:itir
day's offit]i state(nilt, ll strenth
baed their posi(olls oil thle wstrnhll
hank for the IznI-3 whilh they hadl
crossed Hen its mlonith, $til e:11turedi
another Germanta vantage point. They
also enitured it long line of (etrm1an
trenches near BorJimiow whIleh liar
been t he cent er of most deperit e
In East PrIIssini anotlier big hattle
is tleveloping, t I e Gerian as lavi g
sent reinforecemetnts npirently from
their lzurn front to that region. In
the CIrpathilns, while their right is
nelvninivg, the llssiants arIe a.ble onily
to 1it] tort, that their left is elerked
With regard to all tlis fighting
the (ernian offleia! Imply ''ays:
"No essenthil events have tiken
iIgltling in ilte west is a repetition ,
of thalt of the( pre.v(din~g days. Th'lerd1.
halve ben'i lively ai-tillerAiy tluis itand
a few lfantry itt-tacks In whi leli hoth
81hle(s climii to have g ained Som(
MEXIC SITUATION (iRAVE.
Withdrawal of Diplomatic Corps
So seriouls hits tl(- friet lon betoine
bet weei tlie Carrnz governmient
anl miemibers of tli- ilotiiitile corp
inl tlxlo ('ity tlut ftit wit ldr a1 wil
of liiy fornii I tegationls is now
Rome of thle inominenit diplomaitic
repIire4se'ailit Ives of l-ilropeanII 1 ti)s1t(
1i- Ily hainve 4-nhlel their home gov.
t'rnimilu'ints slugesling that in:sm( Its
(comulnlllleathilt t ill Is growing imlor itand
mlore re'strit ed n n if littile- respect. 14
given them-i by the( 4(-'ranz nuthori0-1
ties, It iilu t , e iniisable to) unite0
willi other g -ernnit ii a it move
luenlt 0) ibne ll forevignl hes.attons
Ill . xIleio.
Sii depritiniit ofIleints delinid
to I!seuliss this 11u1s.1 fof ithe situl it'lin.
As tlit Amtritin 'iimlmssy las ieein
closed "Isinc 11h1 rulptilre wlilh fhit
is lirg oinsbilutrtdt, wthoiui1. itult
in:g h i I( isItd SIates, so fii aIs
Thelii pian iiof t hi tdiploaitie corps
in Afexieo CIty, whlh is undert'stood11
to be' ietinlg na a ualt, Is to leaveit at-I
fuairs ini Aexit't In tchargep tof coniisulair
offiers Tis woubiiit mean pract~tiel
sttis forl M.31 0 lin 1ziI feily of
iini I 0.
NAVAL. ILl, PASSE~S.
Appropriatin ill Is Slashed Over
Over a t nos lPrit t'st fr-oini i
jority Let'uiltr' miilrwoodi lt' hotuxg
firiiation 11 h lte partivisini for 45on
and41 thni passe'd thet bill wvithouit roll
c i . I ' l r o d l rd h a
ttionail trenisuiry wasii' fninlig a prohhblte
dlleit netxt year tof 5:15,00)0,000, and14
econom~liy adtivo('nttes, led by gimi, s-uie
(ettdted ini stri k Ing ouit a ppropriations1
aggre'gatiuig more thant $6,000,000 for
Ii-t' submaine'i S, at tra~insport andit a
Why WIsdom Teeth.
The so-called wisdom teeth are the
two last molars to grow, and they
have no real connection with the pos
session of wisdom. They take their
name from the time of their arrival,
from twenty .9 twenty-five years, at
which age thie average persin is sup
posed to hnve reached years of disce
tioni. ('utt ing one's wlsdn~r teet~h
means sImply arr-ivinig at the poi'nt of
completen~ess in physical equtlimlent,
and has nit dhireect relatie'i to :na'l
eqipm iien t. The poi)tssestkii (f t i"S
teeth Is no gutaranty: of wisdloin. Trhey .
grow at abou11t thei saime age iln ptcople
whether they are wise or not.
inig eptisodie of "'Ru nawiay .luni" at
TUhe Idl~e liour1 tonIght,
Patience-"They say that nearly
two-thirds of the mail matter of the
world is wvritten In English." Pa-I
trice-"Oh,'. you need not icok so
pleased over it. That doesn't Include
in full sway. Hun
ve taken advantage
> Sale, nbw is your
a. good thing. Get
:lean Sweep Prices.
iwn in plain figures
this week it will pay
niles and, buy your
ean Sweep Prices.
loses Saturday Night
Next to Bramlett's Shop
THEY ARE COMING!
J. C. Burns 4
Goes on 'I
Is going right on
dreds of people ha
of our Clean Sweei
time, don't pass up
your goods'now at C
All goods marked dc
to Sweep Out. Come
3you to come many j
goods this week at C1
Clean Sweep Sale Cl
J. C. Burns
210 West Laurens Street
FOLLOW THE CROWDc