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•4?* y%% i*k •iff Si §H hi: e1*.1! «L A! fJ P'jrT^f-'.TV^rr -7"TTfH-S -i TWICE-A-WEEK PLAIN DEALER. TUESDAY, OCT. 20, 1896. W & E A IS E S W. R. MBAD, EDITOR. Official Paper of County. ttv.- DEMOCRAT TICKET. For President: WILLIAM J. BRYAN, of Nebraska. For Vice-President: ARTHUR J. SEWALL, of Maine. v) 'f STATE TICKET For-Electors-at-Large: •*. Horaoe Boies, of Blaokhawk. Gen. Jawes B. Weaver, of Polk. •mm For District Electors: ffeili'First—A. F. Kuhleweir, Dee Moines (Second—1Thos. Stapleton, of Iowa. Third—C. W. Green, of Butler. Fourth—A. L. Himle, of Wiunestaeik Fifth—Louis Metzgar. of Marshall Sixth—Perry Engle, of Jasper Seventh—0. C. Luwis, of Polk. Eighth—D. C. Bradley, of Appanoose Ninth—J. J. Shea, of Pottawattamie Tenth—J. B. Butler, of Webster Eleventh—F. F. Roe, of Monona For Secretary of State: .f, MAJOR L. H. KARR, of Clark. Spr.-' For Auditor of State: £-r G. W. DAVIS, of Louisa. For Attorney-General: .. WM. D. BOIES, of Sioux. For Treasurer: 1 JOHN FOLEY, of Chickasaw, l.fetS For Supreme Judge: It. R. BOLTER, of Harrison. For Ry. Commissioner—Long Term: AMOS STOECHEL, of Davis. For Ry. Commissioner—Short Term: THOS. J. DENSON, of Fayette. CONGRESSIONAL TICKET. For Representative in Congress—4th District: '£VP. D. BAYLESS, of Clayton. St? C0U1TTY TICKET. For Clerk of the Court: SCOTT JEWETT. sV'- For Auditor: WM. H. ROCHE. For W. S. m£' Recorder: HARRIES. For County Attorney: WM. H. HANSEN For Supervisor: JOHN W. CANNON. FOREIGN SILVER WILL COME HERE NOT 'High Republican Authority Submit ted in Evidence oi the Fact. On page 146 of the republican text book of 1894, under the heading "European silver could not be ship ped into our mints with profit to foreign owners," the following state ment appears: "The silver of Europe is coined at the ratio of ISA to 1, whereas, Ameri can coinage is at the rate of 16 to 1, and as the bulk of European silver has been in use many years, it has probably lost 3 per cent by abrasion. Here is a dead loss of 6 per cent on every dollar's worth of European silver to be "dumped" on this country to which must be added freight and insurance. But this is not all. No European silver could be offered to our mints. The 1-10 alloy which they contain would have to be extracted— a loss of 10 per ce nt—and the extrac tion would cost another 5 per cent, making a loss and a cost of not lesb than 22 cents before the "dump" reached our mints, the total loss on every dollar's worth of European silver brought over here being not less than 32 cents. To put it an other shape, foreign speculators, .in order to "dump" European silver on our1mints, would be compelled to sell for 68 cents the silver that costs them a dollar in gold. An ounce of coined silver in India is equal to $1.37 in gold, so that the dollar there would contain but 348.33 grains of pure silver, against 359 91 in Europe and 371.25 here. Heuoe, to send the silver of India here, a loss of nearly 8 cents an ounce would be in curred." Senator Sherman has 1 tely written a letter, a very weak one, trying to justify the crime of 1873. Among the statements he makes one that while true technically, conveys a wholly false notion. Any one reading it in view ot present thought, would be led to think he was saying that silver had actually gone out of use as uinn ey and Mr. Sherman Knew it would be so believed when the facts are that in 1871 and in 1872, in both years there were more silver dollars coined than in any other three years. It -was out of general circulation, it is true, but so was gold, and Mr. Sher man oould have as truthfully said: "gold and silver had long, since ceased to circulate as money," for neither had so circulated since 1862. It is a shame that public men like John Sherman should use deception of this sort at a time when honest men are trying to find out tacts to aot upon to know how they should oast their votes in this important luatten k:\ I n. A Startling Revelation. ?j| The history of one year of the gold standard is enough to drive the peo ple of the south and west into revo lution. The robbery of the people has been most astounding- Let us refer to the facts and figures. The following figures are from the official reports of the auditors and comptrollers of the states and territories named. They show the robbery of the people for one year in thirty-one states to amount to FIVE HUNDRED MIL LION DOLLARS! Nearly all of this loss falls upon the people of the south and west. The tax returns show an increase of wealth during 1894 in on ly twelve states, including New York, while the thirty-one here given have decreased in tax valuation the figures set opposite the states. The states and territories are as follows: Alabama $17,000,913 Arizona..... 1,406,209 Arkansas. 1,597,004 California..: 10,782,000 Colorado 29,817,138 Georgia 28,681,984 Idaho 5,000,900 Illinois 22,589, Indiana 26,569,292 Iowa 9,445,033 Kansas 19,120,096 Kentucky 10,578,734 Mississippi 1,891.091 Montana ,... 8,698,083 Nebraska 10,015,626 Nevada 2,544,340 New Hampshire 5,132,543 New Mexico 2,501.620 Oklahoma 199,43& Ohio 10,328,815 Oregon 17,689,529 South Dakota 7,986,075 'IVnriessee i. 18,909,529 Texas 18.361,090 Utah 17,962.913 Vermont 819,453 Virginia 2.906,196 Washington 57,277.674 West Virginia 2,219,747 Wisconsin 54,000,000 Wyoming 3,158,760 If an army with banners and a large camp following had marched through these states, the destruction of property could not have been greater. Texas shows a loss in one year of $18,801,090, and one far west ern state, Washington, whose record was suoh as to make every Americaif proud of her up to the advent of the gold standard, has lost the enormous sum of $57,277,674, nearly fifty-eight millions in one year! Wisconsin sus tains a loss of $54,000,000. The south sutlers a slump of over $90,000,000 in one year. Seeming Inconsistencies. The bill to drop the coinage of silver dollars was reported favorably in the Senate by John Sherman. That body was ignorant of the pur' port of the bill. The man who re ported the bill favorably to the Sen ate is said to have voted against it. And yet he has always opposed re storing silver to the legal tender it had and to the minting privilege ac corded it by law prior to the act of 1873. If bis vote was given against the act of 1873 and was his honest conviction what can be said in justi fication of his vote against undoing that act When a measure was brought for ward in the present congress to retire the treasury noteB John Sherman raised his voice and gave his vote against the measure. But wlien proposition was made to issue $500, 000,000 gold bonds to retire both the treasury notes, the silver certificates, and the Sherman notes be both ad vocated and voted for the propo sition. Which of these votes was the expression of an honest conviction? Both could not be as one was in fa vor of exactly the opposite of the other. Republican papers, ropublican statesmen und republican conven tions, state and national, have ex pressed almost a universal desire, and purpose to restore silver to the place it held as a money metal fur 81 years prior to 1873 in every part of the United States. But when the propo sition was brought before congress in 1893 the republican vote in the House was almost solid against the coinage at any ratio, and the recent lepublican convention at St. Louis voted to continue the gold standard until such time as the Rothschilds, and the governments of Europe, in which their voice is potent, consent thereto. These professions in favor of the restoration of silver to its former place as primary money and its re cent action are diametrically oppo' site? Which was right? Which is honest? Failures last week 315 aud only 216 for corresponding week of last year The property involved amounted to $13,119,467, aud only $6,3d0,lC5 last year. So we see that the conditions are rapidly growing worse the longer th? gold standard is continued. It Is no excuse to lay it to tariff tinkering for the present tariff Jaw furnishes more revenue than did the McKinley tariff and under it there are more ex ports and less imports. It is no use to say a higher tariff will start up factories and stimulate commere be cause we have already a surfeit of products of all kind and those who need them must be be enabled to consume them before there can be a market for more. It is more money in circulation that Is needed and the only way to get it is to elect an ad ministration and congress that will inflate the currency then when those who are :hoarding money Eee that money iB growing cheaper and all other things dearer they will go to investing building and other im provements will start, men will have work and can then buy what the farmer and manufacturer has to sell. Commerce is blocked aud more mon ey )s the only key that will unlock the blockade,—Farmers Tribune• 11 yJmi.br \£i. UW- £F 5* Oar Connty ticket. The candidates presented for the support of the people of both parties are now before them. They are all well known, and while we think ours the best individually and as an en tirety, we recognize that of the oppo sition as possessed of much merit. We are not so constituted, thank heaven, as to only recognize merit and goodness on one side. SCOTT JEWETT, Oar candidate for Clerk of the Court, is a young man, thoroughly qualified for the duties of the office by habits and education, is temper ate, honest, and energetic. The peo ple will make no mistake in giving him their ballots. WM. H. ROCHE, The candidate for County Auditor is a man grown from boyhood among the people of this county. At an eary day he came to the county with his parents making his home in Afton. More than thirty years since he came to New Oregon and engaged with W. H. Powell at the blacksmith trade, became a partner in the busi ness and with building up of Cresco opened a shop on market street which he conducted for the entire time since until the past winter. During that entire period he so con ducted his affairs that not one patron of his but speaks for him words of commendation. He is amply qualified for the duties of the office, is a man of character aud business integrity, honest and discreet, and will make a model auditor. W. S. HARRIES, For County Recorder is a candi date for whom the people can vote with the utmost- confidence in his fit ness for office. Methodical in his habits he will keep the records of the County in which all are interested to the extent that be has charge of title deeds to their homes. A good penman, competent, honest, and in the prime of life, let us all give bim a lift Nov. 3d. W1X. II. HANSEN, For county attorney is a man who is capable in the prime of life, well qualified In the knowledge and in tricacies of the law, a thorough stu dent and will discharge his duties with credit to himself and to the honor and welfare of the people. JOHN vr. CANNON, Our candidate for supervisor is a young mnn, a merchant and business man at Eltna, thoroughly qualified to look after the public interests, has no policy or plans for personal benefit at public expense would give to every section what is its due, in the ap p3itionue and equalization of pre perty for taxation, would carefully guard thejjpublic monie efficiently examine into the accounts of the funds of the several county offices, prudently guarding the public inter, ests and protecting the tax payers of the couuty against losses and mv proper and unjust expenditures of their monies. Dissenting Opinions The foilowiug extracts are from the dissenting opinions In the income tax case. In my opinion this decision strikes at the very foundation of national authority. It creates a favored class and is perilous to a large portion of the people. JOHN M. HAREAN, •(i:f Associate ustice. The decision is a blow struck at the American people. EDWARD D. WIHTK, Associate, Justice. It is a public calamity. It increases the burdens of the poor and decreases those of the rich. H. E. JACKSON. Associate Justice. It will not inspire respect for the constitution. The decision is nothing less than a surrender of the taxing power to the money class. II. B. BROW#, Associate ustiise. No arraignment of the Supreme court or comment upon its recent in come tax decision that has been or can be made, will be half so scatliin as that entered of record in these dis senting opinions. Are these Justices of the Supreme Court anarchists? Judged by the re publican press and by republican speeches they are, because their dissenting opinions are more seven than any thing said by those who for their censure of the decision are classed as anarchists. Pro-gold standard orators and newspapers are telling the public that low prices and the depression of industry ure due to overproduction If this is so then what benefit would come from opeuiug the mills, a mat ter concerning which Mr. McKinley professes great anxietj? Grautin overproduction to be the cause, an increase of production would only intensify the fall in prices and tli business depression. Therefore, ac cepting the gold standard argument, the reopening of tlie miils and tac, tories would be a calamity. As matter of fact the supporters of the Rothschild-Wall street standard hay no argument. What they advance as such does not stand the test:.of analysis.—Telegraph. Cole's Carbolsalve is a truly, wonde.rful remedy, suited alike to,the skin of the child and the adult, and its soothing, cleansing and healing properties renders its applica tion universal As an external remedy it has no .equal as a cure for Piles, Fever Sores, Ulcers, Tetter, Poisons, Chilblains, Chaps, and all Itching and Irritating diseases of the Skin and Scalp, It immediately relieves the pain of Scalds and burns, and cures the worst case without a scar, (iet only the genuine whioh has a black wrapper with green letters. Small boxes 25 cents Large boxes 50 cents. Sold by J. J. Lowry. re*j' Bryan and Jefferson Against Bailey. The Deoorah Republican in an ar ticle entitled Bryan vs Jefferson 8ays: At Jeffersonville, Ind., Brynn'was inspired by the name to sayi In this campaign we are attempt ing to revive the principles of Jeffer son and apply them to the solution of the questions of to-dav. What a fraud and lie this is! Jefferson said "the proportion be tween the values of gold and silver is MERCANTILE PROBLEM ALTO GETHER." And then Jefferson aided in estab lishing a ratio of 16 to 1 between gold and silver and at that ratio they re. main so long as they had equal mint ing privilege and legal tender, and when these were taken from silver it was rated 8 per cent above gold in the markets of the world. The Republican further says: Jefferson said, "Just principles will lead us to disregard the commercial proportions altogether." Bryan says the free coiners intend to disregard the commercial propor tions altogether. "Just prjnciples," further says Jef ferson, "will lead us to inquire into the market price of gold in the several countries with which we shall be con nected in commerce, and to take an average from them." In 1790 Jefferson made two reports to congress on subjects referred by that body to him, one was a report recommending the decimal division of weights and measures the other the report in favor of U. S. mint and the coinage of money establishing silver as the unit with 371| grains of pure silver coined and named the dollar. This was the just principle for which Jefferson reported and which was adopted and for which Bryan contends. Jefferson made what he contended for, an honest dollar consisting of 37l£ grains of pure sil ver which remained the quantity of pure silver in the honest dollar from 1792 until 1873. Jefferson fought the establishment of the United States bank alleging in his report! "That the power to create a nation 'al bank was in its very nature one 'too vast and influential over the 'rights and interests of the people, 'to be either a necessary or an inci dental power to others expressly 'granted." We find in Jefferson's works this opinion of his: "T-bat no one has a natural right 'to the trade of a banker but he who 'has money to lend. Let those "among us who have a monied capi "tal and who prefer that method of "employing it in loans rather than "otherwise set up a bank and give CASH OR NATIONAL BILLS for the "notes they discount. Does the republican favor this doc trine of Jefferson's or is it still wed. ded to the national banking system of loaning credit? In Jefferson's memoirs is this letter to his friend Epps wherein he says: Treasury notes bottomed on taxes ''bearing or not bearing interest as "may be found necessary, thrown in "to circulation will take the place of so much gold and silver. Bank paper must be suppressed and the "circulation restored to the nation to "which it belongs." The Republican scorns every polit ical principle advocated by Jefferson yet it seeks convey the idea that it is a disciple of his political teachings, Jefferson was opposed granting to corporations the use of the sovereign right of the government to issue money, the Ropublican favors grant ing to corporations the sole and ex elusive power to issue all the money of the country except gold, denying to the government even the right to coin silver which Jefferson made the money unit of aeco unt, Bryan is in direct line with Jefferson's policy the Republican is the advocate of the Haiiiiltonian theory. Thos. Jefferson had the most lin plicit faith in the honesty, the vir tue, the intelligence, the patriotism of the people and relied upon them fts the rightful sourcc of political power. Hauiiitou reposed the like faith iii the divine right of the kin and poteutates of the earth. Bryan puts faith,, as Jeflerson did iu the people, the Republiciu pins its faith upeu the creed of Hamilton. In his letter John Ireland describes the present political contest as a war of the "proletariat against the prop erty holders." He buses this inference upou the democratic appeals to "tli con.uion people," to "labor," to "the poor and down-trodden," aud to di nunciation of plutocrats. The Cleve land (O.) Recorder wholly dissents from the description and inference "Perhaps," it says, "no one know better than does Archbishop Ireland hiimelf, that the war to which he alludes is not as he implies, a war of poverty against honest wealth, but war of the impoverished nguinstthe monopolies ih*t plunder thetu. If ihut is a chiss war, let Archbishop Ireland Uiake the most of it. Let him, if he Chooses, stand by the privileg classes in this struggle of the peop for their right to enjoy what they produce, lie will not be the first high priest in history to have done so nor is it likely that he will be the last.—Telegraph. Fads la Medicine- There tire fads in medicine as in everything and a "new thing" fre quentiy sells for a short time simply becausc it is new. But in medicine as iu nothing else, the people demandand will be satisfied only with positive, absolute merit. The fact that ifood's Barsapariila has stood its ground against all competition, aud its sales have never wavered but have remained steadily at the top, demonstrates, beyond any doubt, the intrinsic virtues of this medicine. The new thini»s have come and gone but Hood's clarsaparilla rests- upou the bolid foundation of absolute merit aud its power to cure, and its sales continue to be the largest in the world. M, 'i ii.- S&b&L T-lUn-l'fl "TlfiA-"M-fi'li itli .. ._ Sample Gold Arguments A prominent citizen of Burba'nk, Neb., boils down a bushel of gold standard campaign literature into the following arguments: First—We want gold monometal lism so we can buy of England. Seoond—We want a high protective tariff so we can't buy from England. Third—It is repudiation to have free coinage of silver established. Fourth—It was patriotism to de stroy one-half the money metal of the nation and contract the currency Fifth—Free coinage of silver would raise the value of mine owners' prop erty one-half. Sixth—With free coinage a dollar would be worth only 50 cents and the laborer would be robbed of all his wages. Seventh—The free coinage of silver means repudiation, anarchy, social ism and crime. Eighth—We want free silver coin age as soon as England will give her codsdnt and assistance. Ninth—The present dull times are caused by unwise democratic legis lation. Tenth—Times were never better than they are right now. There is plenty of money in the banks, wages are high and a laboring man's dollar is as good as every other dollar. Eleventh—Silver has never been demonetized. Twelfth—We have been on a gold basis for twenty years. Thirteenth—More money in circu lation would not help the laboring man. The mine owners are not going to divide with him. when they coin their silver. Fourteenth—What we want is a strong finaucial policy so wc can borrow money of England and En gland will be encouraged to invest in this country. Fifteenth—Free trade is ruinous to any country unless you call it reci procity. Sixteenth—It is not anarchy to is sue bonds contrary to law, or to maintain a policy not authorized by law when there is plenty of money in the treasury for the transaction of the business of the government.' Seventeenth—We want every labor ing man to vote for the gold standard so that the government of Wall street, for Wall street and by Wall street may not perish upon American soil. WANTKD-FAlTlIFrL ME If OR WO SI EN to travel for responsible established house In Iowa. Salary $780 and expenses. Po sition permanent. Reference. Enclose self addressed stamped envelope. The National, Star Insurance Hld£., Chicago. A WORN-OUT FAD. Spring Medicines," "Blood-Purifi ers" and ''Tonics" an Old Fash ioned Idea. Pure blood, strong nerves and mus cles, Arm healthy flesh can only come from wholesome food IWKLL DIGEST ED. "Blood purifiers" and "nerve tonics" do not reach the CAUSE of the mischief. The STOMACH is the point to be looked after. The safest and surest way to cure any form of indi gestion is to take after each meal some harmless preparation which Will Of ITSELJ DIGEST FOOD. There is an excellent preparation of this kind composed of vegetable essences, pure pepsin, Golden Seal and fruit salts, sold by druggists uuder name Stuart's Dyspepsia tablets and these tablets taken after meals assist diges tion wonderfully because they will digest the. food promptly UKKOKK IT HAS TIMK to ferment and sour and the weak stomach relieved and as sisted in ibis way soon becomes strong and vigorous again. Stuart's iJyspepsia Tablets are su perior to any secret patent medicines because you know what you ara tak ing in your stomach. They are sold by druggists everywhere at GO cents per package. Write Stuart Co., Marshall, Mich., for book on stomach diseases. WANTKD—FARNII- MUX WOMEN to travel fur resimiisilile ost Ulis!ii'il house 111 Iowa. Hillary $'M auil expenses, Position permanent, ltefeience. linelose self-addres sed stamped envelope. The National, Star Iu snruuee Blilg., Chicago. IF ONLY the silver mine was a tin mine—a TIN mine, then every repub lican from Dan to Beersheba would thrust up his arms into mid-air, crack his ankles, ask for a bounty for the owner nf the mine to help along tho industry but a certain class of re publicans prefer to see the silver mines closed rather than make silver profitable. This is what The Sun calls mighty poor protection princi ples.—Osage Sun. Merit Is what gives Hood's Sarsaparilla its great popularity, its constantly increasing sales, and enables it to accomplish itB wonderful and unequalled cures. The combination, proportion and process psed in preparing Hood's Sarsaparilla are unknown to other medicines, and make Hood's Sarsaparilla Peculiar to Itself It cures a wide range of disease, because of its power as a blood purifier It acts directly and positively upon the blood, and the blood reaches every nook and corner of the human system. Thus all the nerves, muscles, bones and tissues come under the beneficent influence of Hood's Sarsaparilla Tlia One True Blood Purifier. Si per bottlo. m. rk'ii cure I-iver Ills! Protect your Ideas: they may bi Write JOHN £DDERQuRN OUm cuwv aimip neyi. Waablngtou, D. C«,/or their il.GOO price oHef ma lilt of two tumdMd farentioM wtnukL mtfi 1* THE GOLD CUBE. Moris Hanna Farinor Advertises Voters. for Resort* to the Fatent*Medicli)e Dodge te Foist McKinloylftni Upon the American People—Wants the Farmer* to Take His Gold Core. Chicago, Oct. 1.—(Special.)—Mark Hauna and his corps of assistants in the management o£ McKinley's cam paign are becoming desperate. IIanna ihas a large force of campaign editors writing gold matter in tlic form of editorials and special articles which he has sought to have published in the press of the country supposed to circulate among the fanners. Failing in his efforts to bribe and subsidize the great agricultural news papers and periodicals, this man of money, Hanna, has sought and paid tor pages in several weeklies', into which he inserts regular advertise ments, detailing the alieged virtues of the gold standard as though it were Paine's Celery Compound or Carter's Little Liver Pills. In the last issue of the Western Rural appears a full-page advertisement la beled: "A Few Common Sense Facts for Agriculturists and Home Owners." Beneath this heading appeaa-s in big black type five reasons why the pro ducer should take the Hanna gold cure. Though the Western Rural prints the advertisement, labeled such, it is true to the masses of the people it repre sents, and speaks thus editorially of it. "We invite attention," says tihe West ern Rural, "to an advertisement, on another page, paid for by Mark Hnn na's S3'ndicate The Western Rural at length attacks and destroys in its editorial the paid for-statements in its advertising col umns. Men advertise quack medicines to float fchem, but this is the first instance on record where the advertising col umns of a newspaper have been re sorted to to float a candidate for the great office of president of the Unitedi States. Outlaws Killed and Captured. Fort Smith, Ark., Oct. 14.—In a fight between a posse headed by Marshal Ileck Thomas mid the Green gong of outlaws at Oolagh, I. T., Monday night, two of the outlaws were killed and the others captured. The dead men are Jim Green and his brother, and were mem bers of one of the worst gangs of desperadoes in the Indian territory. Assassinated iu Prison. Tangier, Oct. 11.—Djamaie, formerly grand vizier, who has been confined in prison for two 3'ears past on the charge of conspiring iu favor of Muley Mo hammed, has been found dead in his cell and with his. clothing stained with blood. It is supposed that he was as sassinated. ronsompiioD A AND ITS CURB To THE EDITOR :—I have an absolute remedy for Consumption. By its timely use thousands of hopeless cases have been already permanently cured. 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D., Bellville, Richland County, Ohio, U.S. A. Miss Lane lead TEACIIKIt OK ARTISTIC PiAKO PLAYING Will-Give Instruction in EXPRESSION, HARMONY and MUSICAL HISTORY To Music Teachers and Advanced pupils. Special Attention to Beginners. KATES OF TUITION: Per term oi ao lessons of 45 minutes each, 110 Use o[ Instrument £or practice, One hour per day, free. Corner of Second and Pine Streets Cresco, Iowa, Vt pi If me For ten ycars had paia in my heart, short V'.ness of broath, palpita- tlon, pain iu my leftside. WfoltVl oppressed feeling in my llCallil.chest,weak and hungry spells, bad dreams, could not lie on cither side, was numb and suffered terribly. I took Dr. Miles' Heart Cure and before I finished the second bottle I felt its good effects, 1 feel now that am fully recovered, and that Dr. Miles' Heart Cure saved my life." Dr. Miles' Heart Cure is sold on guarantee that first bottlo benefits, or money ref undod. I .sS to become well and strong. An in vitation is given to you to get rid 5^ of your sickness and diseases and -ty remain well. Sound in Body. Sound in Mind. The time is at hand when these sicknesses will re main only on those who are ignor ant of Nature's laws or who will not obey them. M«G*IU." proprietor or the banitary Cottages of Bellville, Ohio, invites corres pondence from those who are sick and distressed in body 01 mind and specially asks those persons who have in vain tried other physicians ''-1 and found ho benefit, to write him and obtain a knowledge of the laws of life and to become well and stay '"il well. There is 110 use of being, sick or crippled up by Rheum a tism, Nervous Troubles, Paralysis, Cancer or any other chronic or so called incurable disease. You can be cured. Dr. Keith's methods are entirely different in theory and in fact from poison giving medical men and he euros where all others have failed. No poisonous drugs v*« r^r $ -'Ss 1 'if ilZi PHRASING r' Get the Besit and Save Money Do not buy until you have! read the ATLAS Catalogue. Write for it to-day. ATLAS ENGINE WORKS, P« O. Box il. Indianapolis, 7nrt.