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SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 11. 1911.
THE PIOCHE RECORD. FACE 8EVENL HAD THROAT TROUBLE SINGE u CHILDHOOD W Treatment, Failed. Relieved by Perina. Mr. Tb. Hoh ffiann. 1764 Unco In Ave. Chicago, ELL, writes: "I Suffered with I catarrh of the bron- shial tube and bad ' a terrible oough ever ainca a child. "I would alt up in bed with plllowa propped up behind me. but attll the cough would not let me aleep. I thought and everybody else that I had consump tion. "So reading the papers about Pe runa, I decided to try, without the least bit or hope that M uu. lt would do me at.y Kirs. Honmann. foo But after tak ing three bottles I noticed a change. My appetite cot better, so I kept on, never discouraged. Finally I seemed not to cough so much and the pains In my chest cot better and I could rest at night "I am wall new and cured of achronlo cough and sore throat. I cannot tell you how grateful I am, and I cannot thank Parana enough. - It has cured where doctors have failed and I talk Peruna wherever I go, ecommend 1t to everybody. People who think they nave consumption better give lt a trial." PERFECT HEALTH Tltt'l Pill. knar, the ovatees They rage-late the bowcle and produce A VIGOROUS BODY. Ceraalek headache. constipation and malarat. Tuft's Pills AQQAYQ RELIABLE I PROMPT Gold and BtWar rennet, and bought. Write for !r-?t-"alllny Ml (HiDEN A88AT CO, ISM Court rinoa. Durnr, Colorado. I X 1 in TOO MUCH FOR THE CORPSE Exhibition of Meanness That Galvan . Ized the "Dead" Irishmen Into Indignant Life. "Don't be mean In your offerings," Ajrt T. P. O'Connor, In a plea in New 'frk for the Irish cause. "The Irish can't stand meanness. "No, no; the Irish can't stand mean ness. Take O'Grady's case. Tou know, In Ireland, some 60 or 70 years ago, when a poor family lacked a coffin they made the corpse beg for lt v "This custom, alas! sometimes led to Imposture. Thus. Thirsty O'Orady and his friends wanted money badly once, and O'Orady was assigned to act the corpse. So they laid him on a bier outside the door and they put a pewter plate beside him for the .. pennies. "As O'Orady lay there, so still, with closed eyes, an old woman stopped and dropped sixpence into the plate. Then she began to take out change. A penny, tuppence, threepence she took out, and O'Orady couldn't stand such meanness. Corpse as be was, he said: t " 'Arrah, now, don't mind the change.' "Washington Star. A "Friendly Match." I speak of a "friendly match," not at all forgetting that diction of the old Scot to whom Mb opponent, breaking some trivial rule, said: "I suppose you won't claim that in a friendly match?" "Friendly match!" was the reply. "There's no such thing at golf!" London Telegraph. Careful Man. "Pretty careful, la he?" "Pretty careful. He left a partly smoked cigar in my office the other day, and a little later sent his clerk around after it" Host concerts are all right, if there are no cats In them. If You Knew How Good are the sweet, crisp bits of Post Toasties you would, at least, try 'em. "j The food is made of per 'f fectly ripe white corn, cooked. f sweetened, rolled and toasted. It is served direct from the package with cream or milk, and sugar if desired A breakfast favorite I "The Memory Lingers' POSTUat CBRBAL CO.. Ltd. ' BalUe Creak. Kich. House Where HIS HAND subs. HELM U I! ATBREAK of March , 1861, says Miss Tarbell, found the city of Washington astir. The senate, which had met at 7 o'clock the night before, was still in session; scores of persons who had come to see the inauguration of the Brst Republican president,' and who had been unable to find other bed than the floor, were walking the atreeta; the morning trains were bringing new crowds. Added to the tlr of those who - had not slept through the night were sounds un- Lusual in Washington the clatter of cavalry, the tramp of soldiers. All this morning bustle .of the city must hat the ears of the president-elect at his rooms at WII lard's hotel, where from an early hour he had been at work. An amendment to the constitution of the United States had passed the senate In the all night session, and as It concerned the subject of his Inaugural, he must incorporate a reference to It in the ad dress. Then he bad not replied to the note he had receivd two days before from Mr. Seward, asking to be releas ed from his promise to accept the ponfolio of state. He could wait no longer. "1 can't afford," he said to Mr. Nlc olay, his secretary, "to let Seward take the first trick." And he dispatched the following; let ter: 7 "My Dear Sir Your note of the 2nd instant, asking to withdraw your ac ceptance of my Invitation to take charge of the state department, was duly received. It is the subject of the most painful solicitude to me, and I feel constrained to beg that you will countermand the withdrawal. The public interest, I think, demands that you should; and my personal feelings ars deeply Interested In the same di rection. Please consider and answer by 9 a. n. tomorrow. Tour obedient servant. A. LINCOLN." At noon Mr. Lincoln's work was Interrupted. The president of the United States was announced. Mr. Buchanan had come to escort his suc cessor to the capitol. The route of the procession was the historic one over which almost every president since Jefferson had traveled to take his oath of office; but the scene Mr. UncQln looked upon as his carriage rolled up the avenue was different from that upon which one looks to day. No great blocks lined the streets; Instead, the buildings were LittU Cabin Where Abraham Lincoln Wat Born Lincoln Died low, and there were numerous vacant spaces. Instead of sapl alt, the car rlage passed over cobblestones. Not did the present stately and beautiful approach to the capitol exist. Th west front rose abrupt and stiff from an unkept lawn. The great building Itself was still uncompleted, and high above his head Mr. Lincoln could set the swinging arm of an enormoui crane rising from the unfinished dome But, as he drove that morning from Wlllard's to the capitol, the president elect saw far more significant slghti than these. Closed about his carriage, "so thickly," complained the newspa pers, "as to hide it from view," was s protecting guard. Stationed at inter vala along the avenue were platooni of soldiers. At every corner were mounted orderlies. On the rooftopt were groups of riflemen. When Lin coln reached the north side of the capitol, where he descended to enter the building, he found a board tunnel, strongly guarded at Its mouth, through which he passed Into the building. Arm In arm with Mr. Buchanan, Mr. Lincoln passed through the long tunnel erected for his protection, en tered the capitol, and passed Into the senate chamber, filled to overflowing with senators, members of the diplo matic corps, and visitors. The con trast between the two men as they entered struck every observer. "Mr. Buchanan was so withered and bowed with age," wrote George W. Julian ol Indiana, who was among the spet tators, "that in contrast with the tow ering form of Mr. Lincoln he seemed little more than half a man." A few moments delay and the move ment from the senate towards the east front began, the Justices of lbs Supreme court, In cap and gown, leading the procession. As soon as the large company was seated on the plat form erected on the east portico of the capitol, Mr. Lincoln arose and advanc ed to the front, where he was intro duced by his friend, Senator Baker of Oregon. He carried a cane and a lit tle roll the manuscript of bis In augural address. There was a moment's pause aftet the Introduction, as he vainly looked for a spot where he might place his high silk hat Douglas, who was seat ed Just behind him, stepped forward quickly and took the hat which Mr. Lincoln held helplessly in his hand. "If I can't be president," he whis pered, smilingly to Mrs. Brown, a cousin of Mrs. Lincoln, "I at least can hold his hat" True Popular Sovereignty. I think a definition of "popular sov ereignty," in the abstract, would be about this: That each man shall do precisely as he pleases with himself and with all those things that exclu sively concern him . . . that a general government shall do all thoBe things which pertain to It, and all the local governments shall do precisely as they please In respect to those mat ters which exclusively concern them. Speech at Columbus, O, Sept. if. 1859. BLAME PHYSICIANS FOR GROWTH OF DOPE HABIT Druggists Ssy Prescriptions and Not Patent Medicines the Cause. New York. Blame for tha prev alence and growth of tha morphine habit was placed on the shoulders of physicians, who prescribed tha rime at a meeting of druggists here to- nignt to protest against the recently enacted city ordinance prohibiting the sale at retail of any Drenaratlon can. tainlng morphine or lta salts except upon a doctor a prescription. The ordinance is aimed primarily at paregoric and at stomach remedies. according to members of the board of neaun wno were Instrumental in ob taining its passage. Caswell Mayo, one of the druggists, said he had made a canvass by mail of several sanitariums and the replies convinced him 90 per cent, of the victims of drugs formed the habit as a result of using prescriptions given by physi cians and only 8 per cent from using proprietary medicines. - NOTHING AT ALU Brown What your son doesn't know shout horse racing isn't 'worth know ing. Walker And what he does know about It isn't worth knowing, either. PAINFUL FINGER NAILS CURED "I have suffered from the same trou ble (painful finger nails) at different periods of my life. The first time of Its occurrence, perhaps twenty-five years ago, after trying home remedies without getting helped, I asked my doctor to prescribe for me, but it was not for a year or more that my nails and fingers were well. The Inflamma tion and suppuration began at the base of the finger nail. Sometimes lt was bo painful that I had to use a poultice to Induce suppuration. After the pus was discharged the swelling would go down until the next period of inflammation, possibly not more thau a week or two afterwards. These frequent Inflammations resulted In the loss of the nail. I hud sometimes as many as three fingers In this state at me time. "Perhaps ten years later I began again to suffer from the same trouble. Again I tried various remedies, among them a prescription from a doctor of a friend of mine, who had suffered from a like trouble. This seemed to help somewhat for a time, but It was not a permanent cure; next tried a prescription from my own doctor, but this was so Irritating to the sensitive, i diseased skin that I could not use It. 1 1 began to ubo Cuticura Soap and Ointment. I had used the Cuticura Ointment previously on my children's scalps with good effect. I did not use the Soap exclusively, but I rubbed the Cuticura Ointment Into the base of the wall every night thoroughly, and as ojen beside as I could. I had not usd It but a few weeks before my nails were better, and in a short time they were apparently well. There was no more suppuration, nor Inflam mation, the nails grew out clean again. One box of Cuticura Ointment was all that I used In effecting a cure." (Signed) Mrs. I. J. Horton, Katonah, N. T., Apr. 13, 1910. On Sept 21, Mrs. Horton wrote: "I have had no further return of the trouble with my finger nails." The Selfish View. 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