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Chicago Resident Relates
Most Grewsome Experience
During TJ. T. Cooper's recent visit to
Chicago, where his new preparation
and theory created the usual sensation,
many hundreds of people brought
•normous Internal parasites to the
young man, which had left the system
after taking his medicine.
Among these people was Mr. Km 11
Winkler, who brought to Cooper a
tapeworm that proved to be over
ninety fee.t in ngth. Mr. Winkler,
who resides at 1S2 East Ohio street.
Chicago, had t'lls to say of his expe
rience: "For llvt years I have been
more or less complaining- I have had
severe licadaches, and any food that I
•would eat woulS nauseate me. I would
have bad dreams almost every night
dizzy spells would compel me to quit
Work. Black fpots would appear be
fore my eyes when stooping over and
rising quickly. I would feel tired most
of the time in fact, I had no life in
me to sp?ak of for the last live years.
Temple of Economy
We aire always on hand with the goods.
Why not buy where you can save money?
READ THE LIST
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No. 9 tin, copper bottomed boilers,
stationary wood handles 1.25
Clothes pins, per dozen .01
Covered slop jars, with handle .75
Covered chambers, 35 and .50
Large wash bowl and pitcher 1.00
Open chambers ^.25
~Flower pots, all sizes and
prices.
No. 8 granite tea kettles 89
Large granite dish pans .59
Chair seats with brass tacks .08
Wait for our Grand Millinery Opening
NEXT WEEK
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I tried various treatments, and pno
physician in St. liouls was recom
mended to me, and 1 was under, his
treatment sonio time, but as usual I
obtained no relief.
"So many people asked me to try
Cooper's preparation that I decided
to do so, and after using ii. for a few
days, this awful thing passed from my
system. I feel much better already,
and I want, to say right here that 1
thank Mr. Cooper a hundred times fir
what his medicine lias done for me. I
would not take $5,000 ami have that
tiling back in my system again."
Mr. 'Winkler is a fair sample of the
experience of many during Cooper's
stay In Chicago, and this no doubt
helped to account for the. enormous
sale of the Cooper preparation in this
city and others, recently visited by
the young man.
We sell arid will be pleased to
explain the Cooper preparations.—Mc
Brlde & Will Drug Co.
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J4-quart tall cream cans $ .25
jO-quart galvanized pals J9
J2~quart galvanized pails .22
J4~quart galvanized pails .25
No. galvanized tubs .65
No. 2 galvanized tubs .75
No. 3 galvanized tubs 85
No. 8 galvanized boilers .85
No. 9 galvanized boilers J.00
.JSo. 8 tin, copper bottomed boilers,
sM stationary wood handles .00
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Economy
Bring Back to the Eye the
Strength it Craves
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—sounds paradoxical to hear that the eye is
tough, yet delicate, does it not? But it's truth!
—'twill stand an immense amount of abuse, but
gives out suddenly in many instances.
—But why wait until it gives out? Why risk
any permanent weakness? Why not put a com
petent optician on the case and "Bring back to
the eye the strength it craves?"
—our Mr. Innes is assuredly competent, if
years of experience a profound knowledge of
the subject and many cured cases to his credit,
are any criterion. You risk nothing, you stand
to gain immensely if you will avail yourself of
Mr. Innes' free test offer—perfect test too.
—no stone is left unturned by Innes—he has
every meritorious style of lense and frame made
—his fitting is absolute—his methods are mod
ern—he is an eye expert from "A to Z."
WE JOSEPH JEWELRY Cj
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Apparently Disposed
to Make a Record at Pres
ent Session
MILEAGE MAY BE ELIMINATED
Increase in Pay of Members Likely to
Bring About Economy in Another
Direction—Hearst Forces Will Not
Aid Either of Other Parties—In­
creased Pay For Army and Navy.
Is
Washington, .March 1H.—It
tlvnt members of conpross nri
overlooking lh» furl thnt tlieiv
oongre.s.slonal election this year,
bills have been Introduced In
house reducing li«• rule of
evl
not
is ii
Two
the
mileage
It may be only a coincidence that
1 all these mileage cutting bills were
Introduced 'by 'Indiana members. Rep
resentative Crumpacker proposes that
the mileage shall be cut from 20 to
8 cents Representative Adair would
cut It to 2 cents, and Representative
Cox would abolish mileage altogether.
I Mr. Crumpacker Is a republican and
Messrs. Adair and Cox are democrats.
I Adair and Cox are In their first term
and were not, therefore, members of
-the Fifty-ninth congress, which passed
the salary Increase bill. Mr. Orum
packer Is serving his sixth term.
I The increase of $2,500 a year In the
salaries of senators and representatives
involved an additional expenditure of
$1,227,500 a year. Approximately
$270,000 a year is drawn by senators
and representatives "In mileage. If
Mr. Cox's bill should become law,
therefore, and all mileage cut off, the
members of congress as a whole would
still be nearly a million dollars a year
better off than they were before.
There was no serious criticism In
the -country when the members of
congress voted to increase their own
salaries, and probably no member
would now be embarrassed by it were
It not for the fact that congress has
failed to increase the salaries of gov
ernment clerks. Th« clerks have been
conducting a vigorous campaign among
their frlentls "back home" and have
succeeded In working up considerable
belief that congress "hogged" It by in
creasing the salaries of senators and
representatives and refusing an In
crease to the clerks.
The announcement by Mr. Hearst
that the new National Independence
party will not support Roosevelt, Bry
an or Governor Johnson, of Minnesota,
for the presidency this year. Is accept
ed In Washington as meaning that Mr.
Hearst himself will be the candidate
of the Independence party. The Amer
ican accompanied its repudiation of
Roosevelt, Bryan and Johnson with the
statement that a presidential nomlna
tion would be made from the ranks of
the partv, and the politicians figure
that that means Hearst, and no one
else.
No one even attempts to guess what
would be the effect- of Mr. Hearst's
candidacy on the election, but every
body agrees It would add interest to
the campaign. As the campaign al
ready promised to be full up and over
flowing with interest, there Is iittle
prospect of dullness during the next
ten months.
I
It looks now as If the army and and
I navy officers would get the increased
I pay they have been asking at the
hands of congress, and that the enlist
ed men of the army will get the sub
stantial Increase of rty per cent.
The senate already has passed the bill
increasing army pay and !t will not be
seriously opposed In the house. The
Foss blil, which provides that the pay
of navy officers shall be the same as
that of army officers of equal rank,
will he reported favorably by the house
10c, 15c. 20c,
according
to size.
which members of congress may draw, second lieutenants $1,400, 20 per cent,
and third bill abolishes all mileage. I Mounted officers below major and
those who have served more than five
At the last session the salaries of
senators and representatives was In
creased from $5,000 to $7,500 a year.
The old mileage rate of 20 vents a
mllo was allowed to stand. There
has 'been no congressional election
since the salary Increase was passed.
That's why some statesmen are anx
ious about next November.
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naval committee find probably will
pass.
There Is a good deal of confusion In
the public mind as to corresponding
ranks in the urmy and navy, following
are the ranks In the two services:
f'ienerals rank with admirals,
lieutenant generals runk with vice
admirals.
Mujor generals rank with rear ad
mirals (first nine.)
Brigadier generals rank with rear
admirals (after first nine.)
Colonels rank with captains,
lieutenant colonels rank with eoni
inunders.
Majors rank with lieutenant oom
niJinders. .-«v
I'aptains rank with lieutenants.
First lieutenants rank with lieuten
ants, junior grade.
Second lieutenants rank with en
signs.
There Is now no army rank of gen
eral nor navy rank of vice admiral.
The pay of a. lieutenant general Is $11,
000. and Is to be Increased per cent:
major general $7,."i00. to he Increased 10
per cent: brigadier general
r00.
to be
increased 15 per cent colonel $3,BOO,
to be Increased 20 per cent: lieutenant
colonel $3,000. to be increased 20 per
cent major $2,r00, to be Increased 20
per cent captain $1,800, 20 per cent
first lieutenants $1,500, 20 per cent:
years In one rank get Increased pay.
WANT HARRIMAN TO DISGORGE.
U. P. Stockholders Take First Step to
Recover $26,000,000.
New Vork, .March K!.-• W'liat is said
to be the preliminary step to action In
the courts to compel K. II. Hurritnan
and some of his fellow directors i?i the
t'nion T'adtic to make restitution to
the company of millions of profits they
may have made by selling the securi
ties to the company was taken yester
day when a petition signed by four
stockholders of the Union Pacific was
served upon Secretary Millar.
The petition calls upon the directors
to "commence without delay appro
priate actions at law or In equity" to
recover for the company profits mado
in the sale to the company of Harrl
man's St. Joseph and Grand Island
stock, stock of the Railroad Securities
company, und stock of the Illinois Cen
tral as brought out In the interstate
commerce Investigation.
Lawyer L. M. Wallensteln, who said
he represented the signers of the pe
tition, said it was necessary first to
petition .the directors to bring such ac
tion. He continued:
"There arc powerful financial Inter
ests behind the move and other law
yers, but their names will not be dis
closed for the present. For the pur
pose of this petition only the names of
a few stockholders are necessary."
The signers of the petition are Lew
is A. Storrs atid Henry R. Buck, of
Hartford: William A. Arnold, of Willl
mantlc, and Albert C. Bates, of East
Cranby, all of Connecticut Storrs and
Arnold are lawyers, Bates librarian of
the State Historical society, and Buck
a civil engineer. It Is said they own
about 150 shares of Union Pacific.
STARVING ON UNIMAK ISLAND.
Revenue Cutter to Rescue Thirteen
Fishing Schooner Survivors.
Seattle, Wash., March 13.—The rev
enue cutter Thetis has returned here,
having rescued the remaining eleven
"of
the crcw of the Japanese schooner
wrecked in Yakatat Bay, Alaska, In
November. The Thetis is under or
ders to return to Alaska and rescue
thirteen survivors of the fishing
schooner John V. Miller, said to bo
starving on Unimak Island.
EAT WHAT YOU WANT
But Find the Way to Digest What
You Do Eat.
The first thing to do In the case of
indigestion or stomach weakness is to
strengthen the musfcular walls of the
stomach and Intestines, so that they
will care for the food that is eaten.
In no other way can this be done as
well as by taking a Ml-o-na tablet be
fore each meal. This restores strength
to the stomach muscles and stimulates
the pouring out of gastric juices, then
the food digests readily and you begin
to get the full benefit from what you
eat.
Use Ml-o-na whenever you have sick
headache, heartburn, bad taste in the
mouth, coated tongue, spots before the
eyes, sleeplessness and the many other
symptoms that are the direct result of
indigestion.
McBride & Will give with every EiO
cent box of Mi-o-na a guarantee to re
fund the money unless the remedy
cures.
Wbat Do Yon Want
When You Say ''Baked Beans*'?
When you bake a potato do you put it in a kettle
When you ask for baked beans do you want boiled a
beans Certainly not! You want them baked% brown
and mealy. If you ask for^^.^
HEINZ
SAY "REDS" HAD FAKE FUNERAL
Body of Young Averbuch May Be
of Young Averbuch
Disinterred.
Chicago, March 13.—To the strange
circumstances surrounding the disap
pearance of the body of Lazarus
Averbuch, the Russian Jew killed while
attempting to assassinate Chief of
Police •Shippy, more mystery has 'been
added.
Yesterday details of an alleged con
spiracy by which the police, Jane
Addams, and heads of other settlement
houses outwitted the reds and the
Jewish Free Burial society and secret
ly transferred the body from Its tem
porary resting place In the potters'
Held to the Bohemian cemetery, north
west of the city, developed.
I'ndertakers, under the direction of
Jane Addatns. Mary Fields of thciMax
well Street settlement. Coroner Hoff
man. and detectives from Assistant
t'hief Schuettler's office, took the body
from Dunning and transported II across
the city to Its new resting place.
Not a Chicago anarchist was at
either the exhumation or the reburial.
The Jewish Free Burial society, which
had been charged by Olga Averbuch.
sister of the dead assassin, to arrange
the second burial, knew nothing of the
transfer und declares such burial a
fake. One report of the Interment
says Olga Averbuch was at the grave
and .broke down. Another statement Is
that she was not present but at the
Maxwell Street settlement at the time.
Two-Cent Summer Rate.
Chicago, March 13.—After and all
day debate as to the basis of excur
sion and convention rates to prevail
next summer, the central passenger
association adjourned last night with
out reaching an agreement. It Is prob
able. however, that the flat 2-cent rate
will be adhered to as far as the rec
ommendation of the association goes
and that any cutting of rates will come
from the Individual roads.
The rate controversy Is largely ter
ritorial. the railroads of the east and
mld41« west, where the 2-cent fare law
prevails, standing out for the flat 2
cent rate, and the roads of the west
feSBSI!
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you'll get them really baked—baked in the home way, in dry
ovens that are heated to just the right degree of
uniform heat—baking each bean a rich, golden
brown, and making it deliciously tender.
Sealed in the HEINZ Improved Tin—the
tin without solder. Three kinds: With Tomato I
Sauce Plain Pork and Beans (Boston Style)
Vegetarian—Without Pork.
e. HEINZ COMPANY,
Plttsborah* Pa.
Clippers
Gasoline Stoves
Household Ne
cessities
Baked
Beans
where the 3-cent fare atlll is operative
declaring their willingness to tnako a
lower rate.
A Pleasant Physic.
When you want a pleasant physic
give Chamberlain's Stomach and Llvor
Tablets a trial. Tlioy are mild and
gentlo In their action and always pro
duce a pleasant cathartic• effect. Call
at all dealers' drug stores for a free
sample.
DELAY ALDRICH BILL VOTE.
Tillman and La Foilette to Speak on
Proposed Measure.
Washington, March 13.—Voting on
the pending Aldrlch currency bill In
the senate has been further delayed by
notices gi /en of speeches to be made
on that measure next. week. Snator
Tillman will speak on Monday and
Senator La Foilette on Tuesday.
Senator Clarke of Arkansas de
nounced pending currency bills In a
speech in the senate yesterday, declar
ing that no currency legislation should
be enacted until an Investigation Is
held as tc the causes of the panic.
PAIN
P»In in ttvi head—vain anywhere, ha* It* oinM
Pain 1r concu8tton. sain is blood pieisure—nothing
elae usually. At least, so wya Dr. Shoop, and to
prove It he lias created a little pink tablet. That
tablet—railed Dr. Shoop's Headache Tablet-
coaxes blood pleasure a war from pain centers.
ihtfiiL.
safely. It turelr eaualiaes th
latlon.
Its effort li charming, pleaslnily delightful. Gently
though safely, it surely eaualiaes the bldld circu­
it yon have a headache. It's blood pressure.
If It's painful periods with women, same cause.
If you are sleepless, restless, nervcus, it's blood
congestion—blood pressure. That surely Is a
Certainty, fcr Dr. Shoop's Headache Tablets stop
it in 20 minvites, and the tablets simply distribute
the unnatunl blood pressure.
Bruise your flngor, and doesn't It get red. and
•well, and pain you? Of course it does. It's con.
cestion, blood pressure. You'll find it where pain
is—always. Its simply Common Sense.
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Throw awav rour sheep shears,
buy Stewart's sheep clippers.
Your horse will do better by
being clipped. Do it with a
Stewart's clipper. -*.
Buy the kind that is safe, dura
ble, and proves the "key to
economy." It's the Jewel.
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Curtain stretchers, $1.25, $1.50,
$1.75. Carpet sweepers $2.50,
$3.00, $3.50. J. Wiss & Sons
shears. "Quicker Yet" wash
ing machine.
Well galvanized poultry fence
from 1 to 6 feet high. Dillon &
Keystone field fence. Glidden
barb wire. 14 and 16 feet farm
gates. Ornamental fence.
Thanking you for your patronage of the
past year, we solicit your business for
this year at a very reasonable profit.
Home & Gelvin
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We aell at 2S oonu, «nd cheerfully
Dr. Shoop's
Headache
Tablets
McBRIDE &WILL DRUG CO.
when
you try and'Old Trusty. They
are cheap, durable and are made
so as "to hatch eggs." All de
fects during ten years made good
free of charge.
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There's Hope tor Ton
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What is the most
important thing
in life? Well?
A Suggestion for
Architects
Contractors and
Owners of
Prospective
New Homes.
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IT'S JUST AS
FO HAVE STYLE AND FIT IN YOUR CLOTHES AS TO
HAVE A POORLY FITTING GARMENT. THE INDIVIDU­
AL STYLES WE ARE MAKING FOR SPRING WILL IN*
TEREST EVERY MAN WHO LIKES TO LOOK AND FEEL
VELL DRESSED. THE COST IS A MINOR CONSIDERA­
TION. IN FACT OUR PRICES ARE NO HIGHER THAN'
FOR THE ILL FITTING KIND. COME IN AND LOOK
OVER.OUR STOCK OF SPRING AND SUMMER FABRICS.
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Soda Crackers that crackle as good Soda
Crackers should
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HOPKINS 4 SON
The Popular Tailors
Biscuit
With meals—for meals—between meals
In dust ntht.
moisture proof packages.
Neoer sold in bulk.
NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY
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Order COAL CHUTE that will
admit light to your coal callar—
saving on* window and frame—
and which will alao protect, your.
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Kept in Stock By
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