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enterprise. J II. LAWTON, Kililor un»! I'roprletor. VOLUME XVII. DKVOTKI) TO T1ITC ADVANCEMENT OK HOME 1 NTKKEHTN. Muhsvriptloii, if I .ftO pnr Annum. NEW IBERIA, LA., SATURDAY, JANUARY 4, 1 »01 NUMBER tr, ALFRED RENOUDET NOTARY PUBLIC; REAL ESTATE 1 LIFE INSURANCE NEW IBERIA, LA. 1 am now offering for «ale over 200 town lot», all belonging to Mr« Lourd, «orne of tnem located on upper Main und Fill ton streets. and others in the neighbor hood of the Southern Pacific Depot. I am at liberty to «ell them" at moderate prices, ranging from $100 to #200 « lot, payable in "»mall monthly payment« of 94 to #r> each. Healdes these I b I ko offer for «ale the fol lowing properties : No. I. 60 atpents. one half mile from Mor bihan Refinery, about two-third« cleared and the balance woodland All of the wood can be readily «old. Price on ap plication. No. 2. 50 arpent« of rich cane land with all improvement«, residence, barn, etc. A largo Hugarreflneiy railroad run«through the property, enabling farmer to easily dispose of hi* cane. Price on application. No. 4 Store building and lunch «hop, «it uated in a good bii«ines« locality of the town of New Iberia, lia Price #2,500. #500 cash ; balance in #500 note« payable annually with regular rate of interest No. 5. Dwelling house adjoining above building, «ituated on Washington «treet, between Southern Pacific Railroad Depot and Hopkins street. Price #700, #150 eaah and balance in equal payment« of 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and fl year« with u«u«l rate of interest. No. 6. Dwelling house on North «ide of üopkins street on lot measuring 100 feet front by 50 deep. Pi lee #600, #125 cash ; balance in four equal payments of 1, 9, 3 and 4 years, with usual rate of Intereat. No. 7. Corner store situated in a good business locality, on lot measuring about 100 feet front by 50 feet deep. Price #1000 ; balance in four notes payable in 1, 2, 3 and 4 yeais from date, with usual rate of interest! No. 8. Lot on Julia street, measuring 107 feet front by 200 feet in depth. Splendid lot for residence purposes. Price on ap plication. No, 9. 146 arpenta of rich cane land, all •nclosed, now used for pasturage, but •An be easily adapted to the cultivation of sugar cane, 15 to IB aprents of it woodland, consisting chiefly of gum and oak. This land is situated st Petite Atiee, about six or seven mile« from the town of New Iberia. Price #25 en arpent. No. 10. 40 arpents woodland on Bayou Petit Anse, about ten miles from New Iberia. Orer 1000 oords of good wood can be cut off this land, every bit of whloh can readily be disposed of. When once cleared this land will make excellent eane land. It Is only of a mile from railroad «witch and derrick to dispose of oaue. Priée #22.50 an arpent. No. 13. 396 arpents of the richest cane land In the pariah of Iberia. All im provements go in with the place, con sisting of plows, implements carts, B American mules, It Creole mule*, 3 or 4 good horses, all oorn and feed on hand for animals. Located but 1& of a mile M#if fMssfyi tie swasis of whieh are noted for their fair treat ment of the small sugar cane grower*. Price application. No. II. 940 arpent* of rich cane land with all improvements. High rolling land, near Cade Station. eroMed by braneh of Southern Pacific Railroad. This i* one of the best and cheapest properties I have listed. Price #20 an anient. No. 10. 17 arpent* of land, adapted to the sultlvatlon of cane, cotton and eon, ■Ituated in Petite An*e, about *ix mile* from New Iberia. Price #22 an arpent. No. 17. Splendid 6-toom residence on Cen ter «treet in New Iberia, located on lot ■earning 80 feet front by 180 feet deep Cement walk leading from front gate to houae and gravel walks in flower mrden. Lot is raised 6 Inohes above neighboring ones. There are two ertba each 8*10 ; hone stall 7x10 ; and buggy shed 10i90; S ehleken bnuooe. 12x12, 8x8 and 8x12, waah'ihed 12*15 and bath room 8x9. Priee #1250 No. 28. 85 arpenta of good land with im provements, situated about 4 mile* from Now Iberia, only Ji of a mile from Mor bihan Refinery. Price #35 an arpent. No. 20. Two large two-story building* •ituated on the we*t side of Main etroet of Naw Iberia, La. Located on lam lota, measuring together 60 feet front by 180 in depth. This is beyond doubt, for investors, the beet property on the mar ket, and I* not likely to remain on the market very long. Priee on Application. No. 80. Splendid corner residence on upper Main atreet, in New Iberia. Price #1600, No. 82. Large two-story dwelling, (ituated on lot measuring 111 feet front by 174 deep, about three blocVa from the Now Iberia National Bank. Price on ap plication. 38. Forty acre* of land, with all im provement*, constating of reeldcnoe, oorn ortb, liable, etc., situated 3 miles from Mew Iberia. 84. Seventy arpents mote or lees, with all buildings and improvements, situated near Olivier, in eioee proximity to a eugar I and but one half mile from derrick. Can be bought on very easy term*. Price on application. No. M. 221 arpent* of rich cane land, with good incidence, outhouaee, barn, »table, et«., aUnatod near Ertth. about 10 ar pents from Iberia à Vermilion R. R. and came distance from two derricks. Priee #28 an arpent on easv terms. No. 86. Largo «tote and dwelling, «ituated an an lmmenae lot, with a depth clear to the Bar ou Teehe, at Loreaaville, La. The residence itself is worth the money naked for the whole property. Price #2280 cash, or, #8500—#600 eaeh and balaneo in two and three years. No. 87.1070 arpents of woodland, consisting chiefly of rod and white oak, and ash and gum. The wood on the place will „.more than pay for it. Price #3 an arpent. • N% 88. Small tract of land, with «II im provements, situated partly in and r partly ont of the corporation of the town of New Iberia, La., eidewalk lead« from town to place. Price on application. No. 89. Magnificent plantation on Bayon Teehe, 6 mllec from New Iberia, con taining 303 arpente. Less than W of a mile from two derricks. New residence, in front of whieh is a beautiful grove of ihr# oaks. In rear of residence 100 bear ing pear trees and many other frnit trees. With eale of place will be Included 10 American mules, all plow* and imple ments, etc., all hay ana oorn in barn, 60 aeree seed and 65 acres of stubble cane. Priee #10.000. No. 40. New modern cottage fronting on the public road leading from New to Loreanville. Lot measures one arpent front by three or four in depth clear to the Bayon Teehe. Priee #1600, on eaay No. 41. Large and substantial modern two «tory brick building, erected about a year and a halt ago. with largo room« down «tarira, one of whieh i« now oc cupied as a dentist parlor; 'and eight large rooms np-ctalra. Price on ap plication. No. 48. 60 arpents of good land, with new roaidenoe and tenant hooee, with corn crib coetlng over #400, aad potato houae #125. This property la unusually well located, being situated on the Bayon Teehe with the public road leading from New Iberia la Joaametto in front. Will ■nil on eaay term«. 100 W m I i I « Pianos 100 Ciuk Mtmbtrs $10.00 Cask, $1,50 Pir Wnk. TU Werlein... PIANO CLUB »•«< A In introducing the "Werlein Piano'' to the public, we wish to emphasize the effort we have made for the past fifty years to give the public the most for their money, ami in so doing mske reputation for the house of "Werlein." To do this we deeply feel the necessity of having the pinno which bears our name to excel in every detail and can frankly sav that it comprises Every Eeeontlal Point In a High Grade Instrument The "WERLEIN" Piano is an artistic production In every sense of the word. The greatest possible care is exercised ill its manu facture to produce a pisno especially adapted to this very peculiar climate, and we are justly proud of the result. The scale of the Werlein Piano is scientifically correct, evenly balanced, and Is lesponsible for its wonderful tone—the soul of the piano. Double repeating action, the touch is light and easy. Seven and one-third octaves. Heat ivory keys. Patent muffler for prsetioe. Attractive esses iu Fancy Mahog any. Walnut and <lak, double veneered on hardwood. Not the oldest but the latest. Not as good as any, but "compares favorably with such makes as I'bickering, Mathushek and Steinway," was the praise given the Werlein by a prominent musician. Werlein Pianos are fully wan anted for five years, and are absolutely damp proof. Careful consideration of the fact concerning the Werlein Piano is of interest to all who appreciate a atrictly High (Jrade Piano at a moderate price. M . imufli'iiji \fi)élà i\t1 u «re the foundations on which are builded the successful it \}y t fool • business D f yesterday, today and to mot row. Through such methods, we are enabled to offer the public extraordinary opportunities to secure Pianos—the greatest perhaps is the WERLEIN PIANO CLUB: In order to thoroughly introduce the Werlein Piano in New Orleans and sur rounding territory, we have decided to form a Werlein Piano Club of one huudred (100) members for 100 Werlein Pianos. This will give members the opportunity of furnishing their homes with n good, durable, High (Irade Piano at a very reasonable price, and at the same time advertise the Werlein Piano. Each and every Werlein Piauo in a home will sell auother—in some cases several ; if so we are fully repaid in the wny of fu ture business The Werlein Piano will be sold in the regular wav for *350, <(375 and $40(1. TO CLUB MEMBERS THE PRICE WILL BE which includes a Handsome Scarf and Stool, delivered anywhere in the city. $262 is the Spot Cash Price, no discount. If on paymeuts, the price is the same—$262— Ten Dollars Cash and $1.60 each Week, with 6 per cent interest on deferred payments. To Join the Club, yo°; merely satisfy us yon desire the Werlein Piano for your own use, and ou payment of Ten Dollars, piano will be delivered —uo delay. Those desiring to join the club and secure Club Rates who have monthly pay days, can do so by paying mouthly at the rate of $1.50 per week. Ont-of-town parties can join by making cash payments of twenty dollars, and balance at $1.50 per week or monthly if desired. The Werlein Piano is absolutely Damp Proof, manufactured expressly for thi« climate—from original specification of ours. Each and every Werlein Piano is carefnlly examined by our experts—it must be in perfect condition. PIANOS ARB DELIVERED in the city at ONCE, on PAYMENT OF TEN DOLLARS. Shipped to Out-of-Towa members on payment of Twenty Dollars. Thon you pay li.so each week MHÜ tall Miiwi of $a6a la paid with 6 per cent interest. . . . Three carloads of Wer» Ma Hann# ara bare. The hooka are now open for membership. Call or write early— mention wood preferred, either Mahogany, Walnut or Oak. Phillip Werlein, Limited, f 614-016 Canal Street, NEW ORLEANS, LA. i No. 4ft. Plantation fronting IB arpent« on Bayou Teehe. with Southern Paeilta rail road eroaeinc it, containing 885 arpenta. Residence coeting #(1000, on it, 8 double eabln«, two one-room eabin«. S large oorn oriba, Urge «table« ter male«, black smith «hop and many outhouse« in yard, 10 American mules, 3 large and one ■mall eaita, plow« and all toola, aeed eane, corn and hay, peavine, railroad •witch belonging to plaee. Priee 114,000, #4000 eaah, balance in one, two, three and four jenre, with 8$ interest. No. 46. Magnificent plantation on Bayou Teehe only 5 mile« from New Iberia, La., containing 230 arpents, 185 of whieh ia ready for cultivation In eane. The balance 100 arpenta ia about one-half mile from the 19ft arpent tract, snd ia good woodland. Thi« wood sell« at 82 a cord on the Bnyou Bank«. Beautiful modern oottage, with ball, 3 large Bleep ing room«, dining room, kitchen, pantry and bath room. Built 3 years ago. Many other improvement« on the plnee. Only 1>£ mile from sugar refinery. Priee 8M00, ou easy term«. No. 47. 27 acre« of woodland, about 1ft of which I« cleared and ready for culti vation, eitnaled 8 milea from New Iberia, in Petite Anee, on a coulee With fine flih the year round. Priee $1280 an arpent. NOTICE To Stockholders of New Iberia National Bank. New Iberia, La., Dec. 7th, 1901. T he annual election, for directors of the New Iberia National Bank, will be held on Tneedny, January 14th, 1902, lie t weeu the hours of 0 A. M. and 4 P. M.. at the bank building, corner of Main and Julia street«. New Iberia, La. P. L. RKNOIWKT, Cashier. Eleetion of Bank Directors. New Iberia, La., Dee. 7, 1901. Notice is hereby given to the stoeVhotd era of the Peoples National Bank of New Iberia, that an eleetion of directors to serve for the ensuing year will be held at the banking house, on January 14th, 1902, between the hours of 9 A. M. and 4 P. M. W. E. RATTEKFIELD, Cashier. Eleetion of State Bank Directors New Iberia, La., Dae. 7,1901. For the purpoee of electing nine direc tors to serve during the ensuing year, a meeting of the stockholder« of the State Bank of New Iberia will be held at ita banking rooma, on Monday, January 8th, 1902, between the how« of I« «'cloak A. M. and 3 o'clock P. M. J. P. SUBKBB1ELLK, Caahier. rMou' Cafe has Jost r sse i ved for the Jog and bottle trade a few high-grade wises aad liq uor«. See add oa paffe two. Job Printing Did You SayP Well, we should rather think we ABE prepared to turn it out. u you are an 'unbeliever' one trial order will suffice for your conversion. New Presses. New Type. Neat Execution. Thats Our Drawing Card And we never fail to 'ketch on* to your second order. Prices ? Now friend, really, that's the most insignificant part of our business. We don't want the earth and we despise wrangling...... Youll Und us keeping right up with the proces sion when it comes to PBI0B8 N. B.-Look for us in ine first set of fours just behind the band wagon. Drop In and See Us. NEW IBERIA ENTERPRISE. J. P. McGEE Lives in Town, at 71'.' E. Main Street. He has some handsome snmple pianos in bis home anil invites any intending 1 m \ <■ 1 to call ami examine them, lie sells the WE BE H . HARDMAN, KIMBALL, VOSE & SONS. CROWN (mandolin piano) ami others, Mood organs always in Hie home MH MrUEE is the loenl agent FOR THF JUNIUS HART PIANO HOUSE OF NEW ORLEANS. The Enterprise. OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF IBFRIA PARISH AND TOWN OF N FW IBERIA PROCEEDINGS OF THE POLICE JURY OF IBERIA PARISH. New Iberia, •Itui 2d, 1ÎK12. The Police .Inry m< t this day in regular session with president Hi it tain in the chair nnil the following members present, to wit : Messrs. Hontte, Decnir, Decourt, < JouIn, Ortte, Romero nnil Knberbielle. Absent—Delcambre. The minutes of the lust meeting were read and approved. On motion duly carried, a com mittee composed of Messrs Snber bielle, Ortte and Hontte was ap pointed to confer with property owners in the 6th, "»tli and 7th wards in the interest of drainage. On motion of Mr. Decnir, duly carried, Assessor Freie was ad vanced Ave hundred dollars cash on his commission for 1902, The Parish Treasurer submitted the following report, which was read and ordered spread upon the minutes : New Iberia, La., »Inn. I, '02. To the Honorable President and Members of the Police .lury of Iberia Parish : Gentlemen —Below please find statement of the condition of the funds of Iberia Parish this day : ( 'redit. General Fund $2,129 r»9 Bridge " .'19 ?V 43 Road " 1,092 72 Special " 18H 41 •lail " 268 79 $4,074 92 DEMIT. Criminal Fund 2,623 06 Bal. to Cr. Parish ... .$1,562 6H Respectfully submitted, A. B. Romero , Ph. Treas. Judge Brown submitted tho fol lowing written report, which was approved : New Iberia, .Ian, 1st, '02. To the Honorable the President and Members of the Police .lury of the Parish bf Iberia : Gentlemen— Below please find a statement of the operation of the City Court in State cases, for the mouth of De cember, 1901 : Number of warrants issued, 8. Number of warranta executed, 5. Sent to District Court, 2. Warrauts not executed, 3. Fined, 4. Paid fines, 2. Served sentence in jail, 2. Amounts of fiucs collected, $30. Respectfully submitted, Robert Brown, Judge of City Court. On motion of Mr. Ortte, duly carried, the secretary was instruct ed to notify Mrs. J. B. Liettemeyer to move fence off the forty-arpent road within teu days, iu default whereof same will be done at her expense. » « *\ Doming Mother7 Arm You Expmoimnt? MOTHER'S FRIEND makes childbirth «a** «nd almost painless, bjr preparing the a y atom for parturition, thus aMist 4 1m Nature, ajiu thortenfnf labor. The painful oraeal of childbirthI* robbed of Its terror», «nd the danger thereof greatly lessen«*!, to both mother and child. The period of confinement Is also greatly shortened, the mother rested, and the child full/ developed, strong and healthy. Morning sickness, or nausea arising from praf • nancy Is prevented by relieving the stomach from the pressure brought to bear on it by the expand < log organ, and by which it i« influenced through ÄI pregnancy advances, the breasts enlarge, »com« swollen, hard and tight. I<otur before tna slid Is born, thev are preparing for the secretion child I» bom, th*y sre prurtiHn* i_. .... .. of milk. Ii I« l .nportant to «KCCMfnt child r«.r Lu that the*? ir1»nd. receive e.rlir consideration. Mother's Frtei.d »often« the skin, relieve, tin; Bl*Mure, and facilitate» the secretion of uro riiiM. Und« «eloped and occluded duct., and breasts hard-caked shortly after delivery, are ine Mull of non treatment and likely to culminate In Mammary Ah^-esa from which the patient snf fers escroclLt .il« pain and la left with these functional org..its permanently Impaired. ■ettisr'i rrlSM is always applied externally ana rubbed Into the flesh over the region of pain. So ftn es s , pliability and expansion are given to the musclée, tissues, fibres and sinew«, allowing the elasticity necessary to bring comfort while rX.X7.. h ::or:nÄ"«'A.^Ä T h e B ra on K lo regulato a Co ATLANTA, OA. MFMow' Cafe has just received for tho log and bottle trade a few high-grade wines and liq uors. 8 m add on page two. <>n motion of Mr. Decourt. duly carried, it is hereby agreed that instead of conviction fees in prose cuting delinquent per capita tax pavers. the Police-lury hereby ob ligates itself to pay the District Attorney $.'100 for the year 1902, he to prosecute all cases and en force the collection of said tax against all delinquent tax payers. On further motion, Mr Mullet's salary was renewed for 11K12 On motion of Mr Decourt, duly carried. Dr Bmmer's contract to attend to small pox cases was re iieweil for one year on the same terms ami conditions. The following parties are hereby notified to move their fence off of the public road within ten days: I'ollard (Millard agent), Batate W. F. Weeks, .1 M llenshaw, .lohn Bmmer, Herartl, Win. Southwell, Lewis Batate, W, B. Hatterfleld, Itenoit Hayard, Itene Delahoussayc, Bstate Frederick Dnperier, Bstate •I B liiettemeyer, Ueo W. Brougli ton, Knight, •loues, .lohn N. Pharr, Mrs. Honin. It is hereby resolved bv the Po lice .lury of Iberia parish that, all live stock coming into the parish of Iberia shall lui inspected under Dr. Bmmer's supervision before permitted to enter. On motion of Mr. Suberbielle, duly seconded and carried, the as sessnr is hereby ordered to assess all property owners on a basis of 50 per cent. On motion of Mr. Ortte, duly carried, it is resolved that the par ish will donate $100 towards widen ing Marie street, provided tho town donate the amount of purchase price. The following bills were ap proved : e. Itibbeek Mfg. i'o., repnir«, $ S 00 c. A. N. Millier, conviction* 92 50 r. Htnte Hftnk, romlwnrk 4M 25 o. H. Miguez, const 1 " 00 c. J. I). Carter, j. p .. .. 15 00 r. O. IMigns, romlwork 5 40 r. II. Hontte, romlwork 14 50 b. Iicon Dreyfus, stiml . 52 OS b. P. Ii. & (1. Kenoiiilet, «mud. IS 75 c. I». Romero, const 15 00 c. H. Fremiti, j. p . . 5 00 r. Costs case Mrs. Darby vs. Parish H4 15 c. P. P. Hchexnnyder, j. p 10 00 r. Alex Gary, nlwk 12 00 b. A. Wyche, briiljçekeeper. 10 00 o. F. W. Haiiman 1 50 r. Olivier, r<lwk > .'1 f>0 r. DelnhonsBaye &- Patont, nails 0 00 e. E. C. Landry, j. p 5 00 c. 0. Lyon, const 5 00 c. C. Hontte, const 5 00 b. A. liansonnet, bridgekeeper . 17 00 c. J. D. lioane, grand jinor lit 00 c. New Iberia Enterprise, ptg. . 83 50 c. L. S. Prere, assessor, adved 500 00 c. Max Levy, coal 19 50 r. J. Braquet, rdwk 12 00 r. T, Ransonnet, rdwk 9 00 c. T. McHyman 3 00 c. J. I). Louviere, const 5 00 e. J. J. Vedrines, J. p. 5 00 b. Coleman, rep. bridge .. 3 50 c. J. A. Rabin, j. p 5 00 o. Ernest Pecuir, const . 5 00 b. Eli Houtte, bridgekeeper 41 00 c- A. Ö. Rlbbeck, repairs 4 50 c. C. Uirard, stenographer 42 00 c. A. Mouret, const.. ... . 10 00 r. H. IjeBlanc, rdwk 25 00 c. J. A. Provost, drawing jury. 3 00 c. J. W. Compton, " ... 3 0Q o. Max lievv, " 3 M e. L. Rroumrd, " 3 00 c. J. O. LeHlanc, " 3 00 e. L. S. Prere, witness I 00 c. Chas. Uouguenheim. witness. 1 00 r. Jessie Olli, rdwk 1 00 e. T. D. Fay, J. p 10 00 c. A. F, PetitAls, const 10 00 b. Planters Lumber ''o., lumber 10 49 r. J. A. Provost, rdwk 15 07 r. L. Ijouvlere, rdwk 3 00 g. Ed. Delcambre, salary. 50 00 g. J. P. Huberbielle " 33 00 g. A. Ooula " . 06 00 g. A. Decuir " 48 00 g. P. Romero, sr., " . . 02 40 g. H. Ortte " 30 00 g. H. Bontte " 25 00 g. Fred Decourt " 30 00 g. J. F. Brlttftln " 04 00 c. Peoples National Bank, wamts. Ill 00 James Hchexnavder, buryg paupr. 1« 00 There being uo further buftineü*, the meeting adjourned. J. F. BRtTTAiN, Prest. A. B. R omero , 8ecty. A Deep Mystery. It is a mystery why women en dure Backache, Headache, Nervous ness, Sleeplessness, Melancholy, Fainting and Dizzy Hpells when thousands have proved that Electric Bitters will quickly cure such trou bles. "I suffered for years with kidney trouble," writes Mrs. Phebe Cherley, of Peterson, Ia., "and a lame back pained me so I conld not dress myself, bnt Electric Bitters wholly cured me, and, although 73 years old, I now am able to do all my housework." It overcomes Constipation, improves Appetite, gives perfect health. Only 50c at Bstorge drng store. Self-mastery is the essence of heroism.—Emerson. If troubled with a weak digestion, belch ing, soar stomach, or if yoa feel doll after eating, try Chamberlain's Htomaeh and Lirer Tablets. Priee, 25c. Hamples free at Lee'« Drug Ht ore. Manufactories Moving South. The tcndcncy of northern mann factures to move south and net closer, not only to their raw mate rial Iwt to a large portion of their market, is illustrated by the im mense plant now being erected in Orelna by the N K. Fairbank coin pany of Chicago, the celebrated manufacturers of Cottolenc By this extension of business, the X K Fairbank Co. saves an immense freight bill upon crude material one way and the finished product the other, and gels in position to handle their export trade more eeonotni cally. Their example should be largely followed by other iiiannfm turers, to whom the south offers a wealth of raw material and cheap fuel duplicated nowhere else in I he world ; and in being the pioneers in making this advantageous move, the Fairbank Co. displays another instance of the business foresight that has given their concern a world-wide reputation Hctmirhnhlf Cnrr «/' Crniifi, \ I ITT IK HOY'S I.IKI SAVKII. I linvo n few words to » hv regarding <'linmberlaiit's <'ougli Remedy. II saved my little buy's life, nnd I feel Mint I cini not praise it enough. I ImiiKlit n bottle of it from A. K. Steele, of <loodwin, S p., mid when I got home with it the poor Im by eoillil hardly breathe. I gave the med iciiie as directed every ten minutes until he "threw up" nnd then I thought sure he would choke to death. We lind to pull the phleirm out of Iii« mouth in great long strings. I am positive that if I had not got that bottle of cough medicine, my boy would not be on earth to day. Jon, l»ri M unt , Iiiwood. lown. For sale by James A. Lee. --«»»- • This is a strange world. Because anarchists do not want any kind of government we are talking about forcing them to occupy an island, and because the Filipinos want a government of their own we are taking their islands away from them. It Qirdles The Olobe. The fame of Bucklen's Arnica Salve, as the best, in tl\e world, ex tends round the earth. It's the one perfect healer of Cuts, Corns, Burns, Bruises, Sores, Scalds, Boils, Ulcers, Felons, Aches. Pains and all Skin Bruptions. Only in fallible Pile cure. 25c n box at Bstorge Drug Co. Arrangements are reported be tween tho Ohio Single Tax league (J. B. Vining, secretary, 70 Harriet street, Cleveland) and the Kansas City Australasian Tax Committee, for raising $500 each, by voluntary subscriptions, for the printing of an edition of 100,000 copies of Senator Buck lin 's famous tax re port, made to the senate of Col orado, and upon the basis of which the people of that state are to vote next fall upon n constitutional amendment allowing county home rule or local option in taxation. Help... Nature Babies and children need proper food, rarely ever medi cine. If they do not thrive on their food something is wrong. They need a little help to get their digestive machinery working properly. SO*»" COD LIVER OIL WfTNHrPOPHOSPtHTES »IM* SOM will generally correct this difficulty. If you will put from one fourth to half a teaspoonful in baby's bottle three or four times a day you will soon see a marked improvement. For larger children, from half to a teaspoonful, according to age, dissolved in their milk, if you so desire, will very soon show its great nourish ing power. If the mother's milk does not nourish the baby, she needs the emul sion. H will show an effect at once both upon mother and child. )oc. and If oo, all dniggfc««. SCOTT k BOWNE, ChtmfeH, N«w York. V*Moss Cafe bas just received for the iag and bottle trade a few bigh-grade wines and liq uor*. See add on page two. SAD BLOOD Reveals itself in many w.ivs Some times the impurities in the blood mark ami mar the skin with blotches, pimples, boils ot other eruptions Sometimes the reault "I bid blood is I heunifttlsni or a debill tated condition which Is popularly «leset iheil is " feel in« jilaveil mt, Imriflv able to 'Ira^ myself »round." The impuritieti anil jxijwiiis which corrupt the blood, clog the liver and cloud the skin are temoved by the use of Doctor I'letce' Médit iloe» loetoi Oolden fytedlcal Dlacov el v It tin eliminate the poison* , it increases tlie activity of the blood making glands *i that there ia au im reawnl supply of fane, Itodv building blood It brightens he eves, cleanses the »kin. and gives new. physical eneiu\ Accept uo substitute toi Dr Pietoe's Golden Medical Discovery. 1 thank tied tot tie- kimm! r°at hif* Mr |.m4* M AUfitior« loue* nif," wi Itr« Mr |.m4* M AUfitior« flo« V»! "1 loue* nif," wi Itr« of Mitt hell. Uwrw was tl«»t wHI for t nltvitv« «ore, hrmt «t n il tfi»- time. Mv wef|j !il waa ivt I taken k with tyutmlri fiçvft . «na the fever 1H> nie I had em h a bain In my 1* * ejtle I coulfl ti"t hfenth«* without ttaiti I thmiHht I mui» «Ue Mv wlf« wail' to the dniK »tore «tut t»roe«re<l n «»f !>r • Onhlen Median f Muco very nfin n vUl oj me ' P lantant fVllet« I illscoiititatted tha file of mv «Wto» m mMMne ami hefan wltn the '•Johlen MetUofll ry ' min Pilljil' I at mil** heumi to feel hatter ih# pajn awA left mv «h!e «no I eon lit hieathe with Iu « w»rli or ao I f»»lt no cihh I I eonhl not May |n Jnf loom I I» unit ft » walk about the »tt^etn; 1 /Ht ntttar eaeh im>ttHog >\f>rr » month 1 * uae or fbe m «til cine f wmm wrll I hat waa over a >tat ago Now I wei|<h 1H4 (Minml* nn«1 fVrl natter than aver In my life " 1>r l'ierce'a t'leasuut Teilet* cure con «tipation. "WI1011 tho wars hit over, and furthermore, when Kurnpo linn completed lier proposed systems of retnlintion upon us for our tmitT policy, then the gold that lins late ly niado its way into thi« country iu unusual quantity, and which tho common people never see, will be drained out again, and the money question will once more bob up for settlement," writes a I 'hiladel phian to the I 'hilcdclphia Times. "And tho men who are to voice us on all these great questions must bo men direct from tho people themselves. They must be men free from suspicion of contact with corporate power or influence; they must be men who have our full confidence. They must, in short, be men of tho same type as that great intellectual thinker and pure and true Democrat—William Jen niuRs Hryan. • » » - Many of tile Mulches, pimples and other affections of the skin are caused by the faiinre of the liver and kidneys to cast off impurities, which remain in the system. Herbine will stimulate the liver and kid neys and cleanse the system of all impur itles. Priee, fiOo. Kstorge Drug I'o. — 4 .» Representative Hepburn admits that the republican party had no in tention of allowing ( 'nba to become free and independent, but was forced to do it by the detnocratio party. Still there are those who insist that the democratic party is dead. A I'i'o/itnblr Inventaient. '1 was troubled for about seven years with my stomach and in bod half my time, says K. Domiek, Homervllle, Ind. "I snent about $1000 anil never could eat anything to help me until I hied Kodol Dyspepsia t'urr; 1 have tnken a few bottles and am entirely well." You don't live by what you eat,but by what yon digest and assimilate. If your stomach doesn't digest your food you are really starving. Kodol Dyspepsia t 'ure does the stomach's work by digesting the food. You dnji't have to diet. Rat all yon want. Kodol Dysiiepsin Cure cures all stomach troubles. Julius Koch. Willie—"Pa, why is truth spoken of as 'uakedf' " l'a —"I don't know, but that may explain why she's so seldom seen in public life." —Philadelphia Press. - • The Best Prescription for Malaria, Chills and Fever is a bottle oftlrove's Tasteless Chill Tonic. It is simply Iron and quinine in a tasteless form. No cure ■—no pay. Price 50c. • New York, Dec. <11.—A Wash ington special to the World says : Persons who like to know all about physical peculiarities of public men will be interested in the information that (lov. Hhaw of Iowa, the new Secretary of the Treasury, has six toes on each foot. - ■ • Cut this out and take it to I<ee's Drug (Store anil get a free sample of Chamber lain's Htomaeh and Liver Tablets, the beat physic. They also cure disorders of the stomach, biliousness and headache. Easily Arranged : Higgins (over the phone)—"«Sir, I desire to ask for your daughter's hand in marri age." Her Father (with eight daughters)—'/I don't know who yon are ; but take her, my boy, and be happy!"—Puck. "Home time ago my daughter caught a severe cold. Hhe complained of paina In her chest and a bad cough. I gave her Chamberlaoi's < 'ou g Ii Kemedy according to directions, and in two days she was well and able to go to school. I have used this remedy in my family for the past seven years and have never known it to fail," says James Prendergaat, mer chant, Annato Bay, Jamaica. Weat India Islands. The pains in the chest indicated an approaching attack of pneumonia, which in this instance was undoubtedly warded off by I'hamberlain's Cough Kem edy. It counteracts any tendency of s cold towards pneumonia. Sold by James A. Lee, Druggist.