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THE END OF THE GRIP
PEACHED AFTER EIGHT YEARS cO
Deafnes~, Hissing Sounds in Head, Stomach
Disorder, Palpitation of Heart and
bebility Ovecrcome at Last.
Mr. Newman certainly had a very
tough tinme with the grip, and it is nc
wonder that he thinks that the remedy
that cured him can't be beat. His case
shows how profoundly grip poisons the
system and how obstinately it resists all
ordinary efforts to eradicate it.
Fewcas..s can l.e worse than Mr. -sew
man's for he hal head, heart and steom
Rcth tr.:,bl,, s cmndoined with great weak.
no-·-. IIe recently said:
•' Tih attack of grip which I had eight
years aoo left meo in a very bad fix. I
b ! no n: ne arly deaf and my head ached
rm:i;nu:ity and was filled with hissing
al rarinng sounds. My heart fluttered
:an had r, gular running-away spells.
MIy s-mach was so sore that I could
ha:rtly bear a touch on that part of my
blily. I had a great deal of pain in the
r:eg-i of nmy liver and the doctor said
that r.'In was enlarged. My kidneys
:ached so at times that I could hardly
" Didn't you give up and go to bed ?"
he was asked.
" No, I simply wouldn't. My head
and my back ' achead dr-:dfullry, but I
!b.-tin:-'tely (dragged my ,,It about, kept
growing worse and finally ran down tc
almo t nothing."
" What did yo do to get relief?"
"Fi:-t I tric:d a dolctor, but he did me
no good. Then I took all kinds of ad.
vert ised preparations but nothing proved
he.! pfl 1 until I began to use Dr. Williams'
Pink Pills. As soon as I got them I
k-uw that I had at last hit the right
remedy for my case. The very first box
did more for me than anything else I
had ever taken. They gave me relief
right away and in three months they
p:sitively cured me. I think I was
scarcely ever in better health in my life
than I am at present."
Mr. William A. Newman is a well.
known Camden county farmer, living at
Sagrada, Missouri. His case was a se.
vere test for any remedy, but Dr. Wil..
iams' Pink Pills met every requirement.
Other remedies merely drive the poison
of the -rip into hiding, but Dr.Williams'
Pink Pills drive it out of the system.
They are sold by every druggist.
An cnena.ecrct is the shortest distance
betwcn two girls.-Life.
In a Pinch, Use Allen's Foot-Ease.
Shake'into your shoes Allen's Foot-Ease,
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Address A. S. Olmsted. Le Roy, N. Y.
As a man thinketh before breakfast, so
is he.--Chicago Tribune.
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IVE R.V E g.Aperectre
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In the Mouth. Coatae
Tongue. Pain in thn Side.
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NEVER FAIS IN A WETI TI M
In orderIng Tower's Seckers,
a customer writes: "I know
they will be all right if they
hare the 'FISH' on them."
Tais confidence is the out
growth of sixty-nine years of
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Boston. U.S. A.
Tower Canadian Co. 4
Toronto, Canada ji,.
the usoe oas a ouchee is aro sac
«arfar. ] c DurlPIelaes, kills satse ge.Un.
srenes, cores leacorrh eand asal catarrh.
icb than lilad anatisr e
For alce4 aa douhis ae
see: aakt bsteasoas
t A I NTED to ptlent a5IlanwIhere
se ss, a cures l Perpetrhmaanasa nceb.
order. IS. D. TOlHaSN Iiqu. SYi St.ddleton. NI.Y.
s tieuins, ii~a
l a PatLwu? ~L-l~yow.Uae.
IS A WAB EXPERT
PRESIDENT WATCHES CLOSELY
ARMY AND NAVY MATTERS.
HOW HE IMPROVED GUNNERY
Instrumental in Having New Bayonet
and Sword Adopted in the Army
Effort to Secure War Data from
Japanese Proves Futile.
volt linds time in
all the lmultitudc
Sof big state qtis
tions and intterna
tiona I problems
that pour in upon
him to give a gool
d.cal of attention
to the idetails f va
rious branches of
the public service.
- " lie is an enthusi
'A astic army and
navy man, and everything pertaining to
the persoinnel or equipment of those
branches is of intense interest to him.
There is not an expert in the navy who
watchies more cloiely thl performn:.nc
of battleships and cruise rs in their ma
neuvers and the recoris made by thlir
gunners at tar:int practice. lie is well
acquainted with the technical part of
gunnery. and the reports of the terform
ances of the various ships are sent to
him as soon as received, and he reads
them with eagerness and discrimina
When M . Roosevelt was assistant
secretary of the navy, he did more to ad
vance the efficiency of the men behind
the guns than anyone connected with
the service for years. On several occa
sions he accompanied the fleets on their
evolutions and at target practice. and
he made a study of all things pertaining
to the manipulation of the big and little
guns on the ships. During target prac
tice out on the open sea MIr. Roosevelt
would become so intesely interested in
the shots as to be oblivious to his sur
roundings. He wduld shout and cheer
lustily when an extraordinarily good
shot was made. To this dclay he main
tains his interest in this very impor
tant part of the service, and frequently
consults with the naval oeicers regard
ing methods of improving marine gun
nery, and criticises reports that do not
show what he conceives should be a good
record of efficiency.
The presidefit takes just as deep an in
terest in the army as he does in the navy,
and studies the details of the army
equipment just as he does that of the
navy. A recent example of this was
when he sent a letter to the general statl
..o a~me nd -.. s norA hds n adA in
he bayonets d swords used in the
Wants Effective Weapons.
R. ROOSEVELT be-
lieves that if a
weapon is to be
used at all it should
be substantial and
effective. In this
letter he criticised
the light stiletto
like bayonet that
has been in service
as being too small
and brittle for prac
tical use. He called
attention to the
fact that on the slightest test the thin
blades would snap. In an engagement
where the bayonet would be called into
play. this weapon would be useless, and
the president therefore recommended
that something more. substantial be
adopted, and on his recommendation
the general staff has adopted a broad,
strong, dagger-like bayonet that can be
wielded with terrific effect, if necessary,
in close quarters.
The president had the same criticism
to make of the pretty, toy-like swords
which the officers have been wearing.,
and he recommended that for actual
service a good, sharp saber be substi
tuted, one that would prove a weapon of
defense and could do execution. Rather
than depend on the fancy dress swords
that have been in use, he declared it
would be better to do away with such a
weapon altogether and if practicable
arm the officers with rifles. The latter
suggestion he. of course, did not advo
cate, as he admitted it would be imprac
ticable for officers in command of troops
to be encumbered with a rifle. He did
insist, however, on a change in the
sword, and the general staff has in conse
quence adopted the saber, which is to be
ground to a razor-like edge. so that it
will mean something when used in a con
Another arm that is engaging the pres
ident's attention is the new rifle, which
is being supplied to the army. The presi
dent wants a thorough test to be made
of these guns, and suggests the trials of
their effectiveness be made on long
ranges, such as may be found at some of
the western posts.
Little Data from Japanese War.
N THEIR considera.
Qtion of the adop
tion of new bayo
nets and sharp
sabers, army offi
S .. cers have been
AlS, eager to secure in
, iapons I nAAAe
S~ . J. Japan, They tave
h a considerable
difificuity It gainng the knowledge de
sired. The war department recently in
vited the 3Japlae-mlinternhee to fur
; wbot Utaormation b could on the
effects of bayonet attacks In the presenl
war, but Mr. Takahira very Ipo-,l(lY de
clined, and the general staff has been
blliged to proc. ed with the inve, 'Iration
on such information as had Iht-:it ob
tained from our own of<:1 s lu Man
Minister Taklahira informed .S3cri tory
Taft that the Japancte et rant'!l!. Itilt
obliged to adh,-rr St ic tly to, ilt- ltIicY
of retainin'- all informnation of v hait \( r
sort until afte'r the war. vhitn 11 thi.- (v
e'rnment will I,, plati( ii in l'n ,sisa it of
fuil facts and figu ri .s. T'hi alppars to
he an ove-rciaultiotut t'in\ II'I- . url'ainy
.iffl.('rs here cani:.:-t iunldrslaiand what
harm couldl cott t tol' .l:t ipnese.' by re
tortin. the' ectf.is o f lih ;l' ''iVtlct al(.
sword at.a in , il r:n l i 'l t."_ ;Obs in
.:anl hlllia. TI:- trm " n : ":: r,' :x
i,;s to learn 1t I . ,n 'it 1 i ay<t t at
ak( l . as th re is a I , i that th
Lts of' lift fro i .hat ' . e t. ii 1t (,t ao s
':"wt as ha.; beeiin 'reoltc nlid. .e d
s say that na if this is pr.ten it will
,e I inti r \i! n d\.y in i ill
Lay ,: t. t ,, I' \. . in ilenc. e (t 'A hic
has bh1,11n \v, l , ;--ali:-hed .
Th, d , li:a i titJao anl iren' is-of
tier _t piv a y i 'i n t I "
i(1t1 .., 'I.(0h r itl's~. t t i 'n " 'f t al: t ti
'.' e: which has .( on . m( larkit3.. on 11ie
:art of Japan all thr-,ugh the lire-:eLt
New Fi -ure in Political Field.
President R~oost t'e. It, iN I.t-raistcily
.iirtd that i ll a-:r s le
trtime in the near it-I efir irt-t
Roosevelt's it> tltrtftlitl
national lit if Sec
.ial he illad ofhe publith
.~:~_ I'\'vi'ce. Thi: is
r.r. ik h had a henory. rick
cefl usine, uints a linancir.
negie and tte warm
of high r . ersoal riend of
theeal late s antresi in t
steMcl Kilee ain onec o
President Roosevelt. It is persistently
reported that Mr. Frick will at some
time in the near futre ntLier r ofsidelt
Roosevelt's has hadi. 'a he of rtfolio
which is to be offrcal antim hate naffairst een
so poa tively prem frie.d and. There is a
strong impression, however, that if Sec
retary Shaw retires next February. as it
has been intimated he may. then n
Frick will be invited to become the finan
cial head of the government.
Mr. Frick har had a phenomenally suc
cessful business areera and is a financier
of high rank. He has anm:a.e1 great
ealth in the coke business and in thx.
sreel dusiness in connection hperson
Carnegie interests. He is much m:ore
as the oraticor than the "day Laird of
Skibo." lie has had a taste of politics
and in a quiet way has had a good deal
to do with local and state affairs. Hle
honoras a very warm frined and supporter
ofat the late Senator . S. Quay. of Pen the
sylvania, and is a close personal friend
house, and a fine painting representing
tor, P. C. Knox.
Preident Roosevelt became personal-tuy i
Sacquainted with, Mr. Frick rehree years
go this sumident. mer, when al atengaged a
Fourth of July Celebration in Pittsu a pirg
as the oratorhe signin of the day and guest of
ith Spainor, and was entertained by thatr. ric the
at the latter's palatial home in the
Smoky city. Since then the Pittsburger
lates been a frequent visitor at the white
house, and a fine painting representing
Pittsburg with her glowing furnaces
which hangs in Mr. Roosevelt's study is
a token of MIr. Frick's regard for the
president. Mr. Frick also engaged the
French artist. Chartran. to paint a pic
ture of the signing of the peace protocol
with Spain, and presented that to the
late President McKinley as an addition
to the white house collection of paint,
ings. The picture cost $20,000.
Japanese Labor for Isthmus.
HE Panama canal
commission has de
cided that Japanese
is the only labor
available for dig
ging the canal .
Chie f Engine
Wallace, who has
spent many months
on the isthmus and
Scrved the force of
men at work there,
the influence of the
climate upon them and their efficiency,
gives it is his opinion that the little Japs
are better adapted to this work than any
other class of laborers that can be ob
tained. He has consunlted with Secre
tary of War Taft on the subject and the
latter agrees with his conclusions.
White labor cannot exist on the
isthmus on account of the cli
mate and the sickness it produces.
Chinese are not available, as they
are prohibited by law to be landed on the
isthmus. The West Indian laborers, the
colored men from the various islands,
are too shiftless, lazy and ineficient.
South Europe labor is not available
either. The question ha- resolved itself,
therefore into the employment of Japan
ese labor if good execution is to be se
cured. Repugnant as it is to the customs
and laws of the United States this .lap
anese labor will doubtless be employed,
through the Padrone system. Contrac`d4
will be made with Japanese contractors
who will furnish the laborers and charge
the government so much per head per
The labor leaders have been sounded
on this question, and it is unrderstood
they raise no serious objection to the
employment of contract labor on the
actual digging of the canal. They ap
o ni5i;naQts h, isthmus Un,
refogn ze That W. body orflorers tbat`
oI $ ~_heir organizations,'
Sth3 +eth' climate and do the
awok. As the l.terest.of labor organiza
tiops have been safeguarded in other
ways, such as the manufacture of ma
chinery and material, the employment
of fate- l~.geres es nor ittrest c4t9
Merely a Mutton Carver.
Fmuious llubtyv--I want you to under
stand that I an: th- head of th s table.
Fiery Wife--If the belief comforts you
any, indulge in it. It makes little dii
ference to nme wnere you sit, so long as
you do as I want you to do.-Cincimnati
"I wonder how Mr. Smuggs acquired
his reputati .n for uprightne-s and can
dor:' "\. \r eadil." answered Miss
tayeenne. "t'y never telling a falsehod
ahien there was the slightest danger of
being caughlt."--\\a:ltigton Star.
If we were .s crelulus about oth'r per
pie and 'taings as w are about ourseles.
.ie sut ,plv oii gf idl br.,'ks couldn't k.:cp
-p i t.h the deinand. -luck.
A Great Discovery.
(larton. TFx.; Mayt 1st.- ICpeciall
T'Iat a g. Inu cure ir Iiabhets has --, n
t- ri is the ,on. o f IMr. J. II.
laey. of th: Il.e. Speaking of the
iatt r . r. l,: "
"I li: e 1,:1 l ,l Ii !,ncy Pils is the
".,s-t ri.i d ftr 1.lbetes and the only ,ie
.,it 1. i sc cr beeu discuvered that w:ll
"I ih:. a genuine rase of Diablete,. I
-irye t; ::n veln Iboxes of Dodd's Kidney
ur mi am tll ta,.ngt them. They n ,,he
.,lpcd u.e s mu,!i -itt 1 ail now up and
I e to isik i. - e. I lbeive that if I
,! c,.nf r ::e - - sir:ct'v to ai 1) a!et.s ,Let
I w-.u l n.O " ii tve tI . n . completeiy 'cur ."
Sis ti\,ncv ':is have cured hun
!re s vi c;a-.s ,l Ii;l ]:rtes .an:,1 trt er oltie
fa:eId. I i an , sayine that wi'hat w:11
cure ):abetes wr:l cure any irm of Kld
:e.v Il sca e and that's ju-t exactly what
Ih) il's l:- ney i ' ils do. T e . e re all
' lne d:scases friom ackache to Br:gh:'
WVhv is it that the homely girl's v;oce
is tih: one ii it oi,,in s isweci: t, thirough
a teli phi e -- h ,g ,, Sun.
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icura Ireatment is local and consti
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surfaces with Cut:eura Soap and hot wa
ter to cleanse the skin of crusts and
s caes andi soften the ti :kened cuticle,
dry without hard rul,ing, and apply
Cuticura UOntment freely to allaiy -tilhng,
iritation and infla:m t.,on, r.nil sootlie
and he;al, and la.-:y t;ae ('uticura -le
sadvent Pills to c ,l and cleanse the
ticod, a-nd I-t every function in a s:ate
of healthy aoti: y- . M-,re great cares
of simpile, , rofulrus and hereditary
humors are daily made by C uticura reme
Fes than by all other blood and skin
Bread is the staff of l!fe, and it fre
quently is the indigest:on of lie, also.
Private Car Lines.
The railroads seem very willing to
have the private car lines brought un
der the jurisdiction of the Interstate
Commerce Commission. A railroad
president is authority for the state
ment that lines are paid mileage, with
out discrimination, and the question of
excessive charges is a matter for the
shipper to settle with the car lines, so
long as there is no law to govern their
ates. Car mileage paying has been de
44 to be as legal as the payment O
atal for nptpty -
"Wealth is slavery," says Mr. Carnegie.
Bring on the shackles.--Washington Post.
You Have No Friends
that will not be interested in a remedy
that is being used extensively as a per
manent cure for Dyspepsia, Constipation,
Headache, Catarrh of the Mucous Mem
brane, and all diseases of the Liver, kid
neys and Bladder. Only one dose a day.
Write at once to the Vernal Remedy
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of Vernal Palmettona (Palmetto Ber-y
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by drug.gists everywhere.
Splurging around is not a sure sign of
- Cures Eczema, Itching Humors.
Especially for old, chronic cases take
Botanic Blood Balm. It gives a healthy
blood supply to the affected parts, heals
all the sores, eruptions, scabs, scales; stops
the awful itch:ng and burning of eczema,
swellings, suppurating, watery sores, etc.
Druggists, $1. Sample free and prepaid
by writing Blood Balm Co., Atlanta, Ga.
Describe trouble and free medical advice
sent in sealed letter.
Praise keeps a woman young and a mar
-dead broke.-Chicago ')aily News.
Piso'.r Cure for Consumption is an Infalli
ble medicine for coughs and colds.-N. W.
Samuel, Ocean Grove, N. J., Feb. 17, 1900.
Practice makes purgatory--for the neigh.
bors.-N. O. Picayune.
A VOICE FROM THE PULPIT.
Rev. Jacob D. Van Doren, of 57 Sixth
street, Fond Du Lae, Wis., Presby
terian clergyman, says: "I had at
tacks of kidney disor
ders which kept me in
S the house for days at a
time, unable todo any
thing. What I suffered
can hardly be told.
Complications set in,
the particulars of
which I will be pleased
Sto give in a personal
interview to any one
who requires informsa
tion. This I can con
Kidney Pills caused a
in my health. They
brought great relief by lessening the
pain and correcting the action of the
n's Kidney Pills for sale by all
dealers. Price, 50 cents. Foster-Mil
burn Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
After Years of Experience, Advises Women in
Regard to Their Health.
Mrs. Martha Pohiman
of 65 Chester Avenue,
ewark, N. J., who is .
graluate Sur, e fron the
I1.kley TIri ning 'e ho],
at Philadelphil, and for
six \ears. ('hi,.f (''Lni"
Nurse' a. the 1'. h p la
II-spital. ritcs tiihe ,t r
printed h, . B - h'% . -a ;
the advanta;,"~,f p,.:r ,: al . . -
experic nce, bcn-,. s h r -ii
and what she has to -:;v
may be ab stlutciy relid .
Manv otlt'r w.e'en are
afflicted as S.h4' t.a. They
can reiyain ha:tit in theu ý "
same way. It is prudn:t
to heed 'ch adlvice from
such a source. ; +. ý
Mrs, I'olhn.an writes:
"I am fitrml I psrst!a'1 l, v
afteroeiht ear; of expeaori.n
with L.vyliL Ei. 1'i:.khan-,
Vegetahleo (',mn,,un, tha it tn
is the:lest unl I- ot I:n, 1in
f,,r any suftirriuig womLa to 'Ob! TI 7
'Imme iat-lv after my
marriam I f-,un- thl:t my'
health ,,ga t. .ta I n.. It,,
came weal:k anOI paIl". with s
vere heartin:-d.wn pains, f:iar
ful ba ka hes i:lnd f,. :l-ent
dizzy sp&els. The ,lyt pre
scrib,.,l for me, vet I ,ii: not
improve. I wouldl 1 ,i:-t after
n'tatI n' and freauat': ' e o e,.llq
nanseattel. I hiast an aunt t cnernar e an't
ainc down thr:,,h my ]ima's so fr anild
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trouble as I havn ever knw/,n. Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable ('olmniun, bI. hwer.
cured tme within four months. Sine'o that
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while it is conisleretl unpre fessional to rec
ommrund a patent meditneo. I can honeetly
recotnmmnd Lvia E. linkhm:u's Vegatable
Comround, for I have foutndt that it cure;
fem:le ills, where all ,:her n,,,,lici.i, fails. It
is a grand medicine for sick women."
Money cannot buy such testimony as
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When women are troubled with ir
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that bearing-down feeling, inflamma
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are beset with such symptoms as dizzi
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irritability, nervousness, sleeples~
ness, me"lanehly. "all-fone" and
"want-to-Ie-lcft-alone' feelings. blues
and h+pclessness, they should remem*
her there is one tried and true remedy.
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pound at once removes such troubles.
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The needlesssuffering of women from
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and the money is saved by Lydia E.
l'inkhamn's Vegetable Compound. Ex
perience has proved this.
It is well for women who are ill to
write Mrs. I'inkham, at Lynn, Mass.
In her great experience, which covers
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deal with dozens of cases just like
yours. Her advice is free and confl
Lydia E. Pinkham's 1c0etable Compound Succeeds Where Others FaI
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