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" jm'a l-'islnem with y.m?" "Out .r;U." "Ltl't nee. What it y.nr line?" "Stocking suppoitei ."- Cleveland Plain lkaler. Tli. lUryrl. In Wnrld. A German has im I' lmplein I a bi'f.ls that I -in on !i.'-l tilnn fnot In dUm-tor. T.) I "'i;.irt ri 1 it-ii on M b i.a of tim m.iiininr It runs a es.lly a a s'tialliT ll v, U l .vis .f i n o.HiH'riii il.m. 'I'ti rlll!t!V .,rinilllt ( H'n'nUor M.m. h lilt. Ii H the rfiHin of lis rrint lrtu In i'i ikti th nin, nn I In cut 1 n ir nv( ! emry itny aliment of mu and tumtn. it jfur Ui-ttlii) is HM.r, try b..tun. Th area of tlm linrrliiir nr 4 used la K.-ot-i in. oirn year are l'ii.ii,ij square yard. Ileaaty Is niood Drfp, CVan Mood mem a dean ilia. No leauty without it. I Wurcts, Carvdy C'.tbar tio rl. an your Mood and keep ll clean, If Urrmn up Ui lary liver and driving all im-runtu- lrum the body. lUntn today to I ttni.-i pimple, ,oiU, blotches, blakleaJa, and thnt mckly bilious complexion y taking tWarut, U-auty lor tea cents. Alldruf tutiafaetion guaranteed, 10c, 2jc, 5(Jc FLAGS dill 111 lllfi ISL1SD IS GIVEN" OVER TO UNITED STATES. CEREMONIES WERE ELABORATE. The liaising of Ol.l Glory Vm Aecomri Died l7 the I'atrlolle Strains of Mr Kj.sntled r.annr." A WU-,,nln. wmmn tatntid an Improved Iriitiln board, etc, hl.li In hi nt-il at one end 1'i a vi.rtl. nl pout attti -hut to a board at tho ' her, mill attached to hrareat lower board, ho tii'i'cr tord tan bo raicd to intert garment. To Cure i old la One Ir. Take LaiMlv liromo Quinine Tablet. All I'rKlat refund money if it fails, tocure. 25c Th heat has len so great In Melbourne, AutralU, Intel y that the asphalt street . liava eet melted and cmipletely ruined, and cycling Iia4 been out of tiie question.. I'Uo'a Cure for Connimntlon Is an A No. 1 Asthma nieillrlne V.U.VYll.UAMS,Autioch, liU., April 11, lsJi, One pint of milk reduces, roughly speak i4irf, olio ounce of butter. 10c Kilurile Your llovrels With Cisscarets. Candy rath irtl ", corn cons'l pitlon forvr. k-iK. If t'.C C'.fall.drueitlstiarnfanJiujunr. Finder nails tfrow Rj ne r(4 )f rfttber more than ono and a half inches In a year. TJervous People Are Rroat aufferers and they deserve sym pathy rather tbun ceDsure. Their blood Is poor nnd thin and tholr nerves are con ee juently wtak. Such pooplo find relief and cure la Hood's Sarinparllla becituse It purifies and enriches the Hood and gives It power to feoil, strengthen and sustain the nerves. If you are nervous and can not sleep, take flood's Bnrsaparilla and realize its nerve strengthening power. Hood's Sarsaparilla la America's Greatest Medicine. $1; six for f 5 The steamer Uolgic arriving at Baa Francisco McmJuy eveninff Lroucbt tho following: IIosoi.rr.r, August 12. Precisely at eight minutes to 12 o'clock toilay tho Hawaiiuu flag Jesceniled from the llag fitiUTi on all tho government buildings and exactly at five minutes to the same hour the stars and stripes floated in the tropical breeze from every offi cial flagstuiT. Tho ceremoDy of today was a mottt impressive one. To hear the strains of "Hawaii ronoi" for the last time as a national authem; to hear the bugle blow taps as the Hawaiian ensign sank from its position, and to notice the emotion of many who had been born tinder it and had livod their lives under it, was solemn. But then camo the bright call for the raising of Old CI lory and the strains of "The fttar Spangled Banner" broke forth as that banner was unfurled to tho breeze. Then the cheers broke fcrth and eyes that had been dim for a few minutes became bright and lightued up when the stars and stripes floated out. The picture presented in and around the executive building was most striking. In the grounds and around all the approaches were crowds of onlookers of every section and of varied nationality. Notably remarka ble was the number of Hawaiians. Within the grounds the military and naval display was fine. Hawaiian troops, United States marines, the mounted patrol, the police and the citizens' guard presented a splendid appearance, while the platform for the Hood's Pills cure all liver ills. 2o cents. The Result Accomplished. Deacon Jones: "What! Not going to church any more? I thought you told me not long ago that you hadn't missed a Sunday in three years?" Former Corncrib: "So I hadn't. But what's the use now? Times air gettin' as good as they ever was." Judge. nrsBAND (angrily, after a somewhat heated argument with his better half): "Do you take me for a fool?" Wife (soothingly): "No, John! But I may be mistaken." Tit-Bits. Cfsert Sblpt. Tho ra(k canud travels very slowly, and until you aro sufSdently reconcil ed to the motluii to bo aM to dmo on IN back, you are constantly tempted to cet off and walk. If you want speed, jou must buy a racing camel. This seems to belong to a different creation. It U much taller, more alert and more Intelligent. It can accom plish 130 miles In sixteen hours with out undue effort, and. In the matter of price, compares with the pack camel os the thoroughbred docs with the cab horse. The racing camel Is very carefully bred, and TaluaMe prizes aro offerej by a raclnj society at Biskra for the fleetest racer. I h.tve seen the stmt of a race, and It reminded nie In a far off sort of way, of Newmarket. Th camels were all arranged In line, and they sniffed the air In their anxiety to be off. A flag was waved and they net off at ft terrllde pace, as If they yer-J only racing for a short distance. They kept together until they were almost out of slht Then Uiey seem ed to settle down to their habitual pace, and the race continued with Ion? Intervals between the competitors. I have nlo seen the finish of a cam el race, and It reminded me of the first niotor-car promenade between London nnd Brighton. The camels were certainly not so broken down and bedraggled, but they came at Inter vols of several hours, and great pa tience was necessary to watch them arrive. Punctilious. "So you don't want breakfast badly enough to tuke off your coat and pull a few weeds out of the garden, she re marked scornfully. "Madam," 6aid Meandering Mike.deprecatingly, "luck has been agin me. But I'm still too much of a gent to take off me coat in the presence of a lody." Washington Star. Don't Tofcare Bpit aid fimoka Toor Ufa Away. To quit tobacco easily and forever, be niif DPtle. lull of life, nerve and vlgoa, take No-To- Uae, the wonder-worker, Uiat makes weak men strong. All druggists, COo or II. Cure guaran teed. Booklet and sample free. Address Sterling Remedy Ca, Chicago or New York. It Is said thatonly one American bouse is represented at Manila. DID YOU KNOW THIS? At fick Hill, 8. C., there Is t buRgj factor? cowl n A HhH or grmiiia, rjl making mora tugglei tbant an v thre f&ctoriti la the Bomb. "A Mule Htgtwr in J i iv i , im i Ui't nr ui kei t in i r ravi n'f AHOVR TUB WKSTKRV TRAiSH eo that ood wheel good paint, good leather, An. can be uwi. Bee our agent La your towu or write ut. We U tee that you jet the W1 at ItTlng prtcui. ROCK HILL BUGGY CO., Rock liill.S.C. State or Ohio, Citt or Toledo,) I.rcA Count v. f FllASK J. Chfkkt makes oath that he Is tho exercises and the verandas of theexecii- Jfcior partner of the Arm of K. J.vltr.sr.r& ,. . .,, . .... , I ( o-. doinir business in the t itv of Toledo. County and i-tate aforesaid, and thatsaid firm will pay th sum of one huniirfo hoi.i.aks for each and every case of catakkh thatcan not be cured by the use of II all's Catahhh Cckk. Khank J. Chknev. nworn to before me and Htiuscrlbed in my tills Oin dn v of Deenmber, A. . (iLKAMON. Xoturv Iliblic. Hall's Catarrh Cnrels taken internallv. and actsdirectly on the blood and mueoussurfaees of the system. Send for testimonials, free. K. .1. Ciiknky & Co., Toledo, O. Sold by Druurifista, 7,1;. Hall's Family Pills are the best Corse's are not allowed to be worn by Ttus sian young women attending high schoola. No-To-Itao for Fifty Cents. Guaranteed tobaeeo habit cure makes wa"t menstrong, bliod puro. Wc,l. All druggists. lourSomoei "After I was Induced to try CA8CA- HFl'S, I will never be without them in tbe bouse. JVly liver was In a very bad shape, and my head nehed and I had stomach trouble. Now, since tak ing Cascarets, 1 feel flue. My wife has also Ubcd 4bem with bencticlal results for sour stomach." Jos. Kuuhli.nu, Cougress bt., Bt. Louis, Mo. CANDY CATHARTIC Tf mtn g T Pleasant. Palatable, Potent, Tnste Good, Do Cood, Never bleken, Weaken, or Grlpo, 10c, 25o,5UO. ... cure: constipation. ... fitcrllng Rfmefly Conpanj. thlcngot Mont real, New York, 318 na-TO -SAG Sold and guaranteed by all drug gists to CCIlfc Tobacco Habit. Massey' lei Columbus, CJa. Jacksonville, t'la. Wo pay student's railroad fare, nnd guarantee .u.i,,r, Wr iD at ouee for cauuoguo a P Ulrmlncbnmt Ala. Ilionlsomcry, Ala. Write nt ouee for cauiloguo 1 PATENTS I CI i iieofikv ttik.IfLlinrilin. t j it r. . c lTT. :,,i Attorneys, m Uroadway. N.Y. liUIP, - - virt;ii hi siks com kljk. Conimcri'lal. Hliorlhund, 'lyiiewrillnir, KiiKllsh. $',( tuition ndit)4ts to nil oepurtnicntsi fijr session of f( rtv to wicks. Open to lioth tcjes. (irHclimtes fiHHsfcd to poKliicns. Eluventli session tjufcins Soj,- teuibcr tin. i.auuo(!Ueiree. I., a. in us, j k., hicslilei t, Pux is, HichmoiiJ. Va APRING HILL COLLEGEX'r:1 P-naniing Colleio eondii'tnd by the Jesuit V 1-fiihers. i repal atory, ..oiniercnu nun li i-Hlcil Courses. Lare Kymnaslum. ruiirilm; -..,.-. Cll;ntn eX'-eptloimlly healthy. Ad- tiie-s ia.V. n. MOVMiI AN.S.J.,rie,l.lent. riin r2 rf NEWPISCOVERY K -n I :nr li nf t'inn'in'alH 't'i-1 I It llilyw :,tm-.-nt tree ckr. i i i-ir-f. Dr H U OilEEN'3 SONS. AtUnt wur: n,,t t .mi i'liU.i ' bid li -..in! S .au.i l.-i ,nl-h H'.at li !-,. to Kl iu: liid l'J-t If T 1-A N S 1 t ll.'lii'r.il ' iiuc u'.sls. tive building were gay with brilliant dresses, dancing feathers and ribbons and the brightest faces that Honolulu possesses. The ceremonies opened with prayer by Pkev. O. L. Peterson, pastor of the First Methodist church of Honolulu. United States Minister Sowall then arose and addressing President Dole, who had arisen, presented him with a certified copy ol the joint resolution of congress annexing the Hawaiian islands to the United States. President Dole answered, acknowl edging the making of a treaty of polit ical union and formally yielded to Minister Sewall as the representative ' of the government of the United States the sovereignty and public property of the Hawaiian islands. Mr. Sewall re-! plied: Mr. President: In the name of the United States I accept the transfer of the sovereignty and property of the Hawaiian government. The admiral commanding the United States naval forces in these waters will proceed to perforin the duty entiusted to him." The Hawaiian band played "Hawaii Ponoi," the national anthem, Colonel Fisher gave the order to the national guard battery stationed cn the execu tive grounds to fire the national salute of twenty-one guns, which was also repeated by the Philadelphia.. As tho echo of the last gun reverberated in the hills a bugle sounded and tho na tional ensign of Hawaii came slowly uown,i never to go up again. There was a short pause, and then the flagship's band struck up tho well known strains of the "Star Spangled Banner," and as the stars and stripes slowly ascended there was breathless suspense. But as it reached the top cheers brokes forth from the crowds below, and salutes of twenty-one guns were again fired by the Hawaiian bat tery and the Philadelphia. Minister Sewall then read proclama tion, stating that President McKinley directs that the civil, judicial and mil itary porers of the government shall continue to be exercised by the officers of the republic of Hawaii. All such officers will be required to take an oath of allegiance to the United States and renew their bonds to the United States government. Tho powers of the minister of for eign affairs will cease, so far as they relate to diplomatic intercourse be tween Hawaii and foreign nations. The municipal legislation of Hawaii and the existing customs regulations will practically remain in force until the congress of the United States shall have otherwise determined. Follow ing the reading of the proclamation Minister Sewall made an address con gratulating the residents of Hawaii upon the accomplishment of annexa tion. At the conclusion of the ceremonies tho National Guard was marched to the parade gronuds, where Minister Cooper administered the oath of alle- giauce to ioionei I'isuer. i tie coionei i T iiieu niimiuiKiereu it to lis oiucers.nna tho captains to tlm 1:10:1. j I Born lo nerore n ) pre-enee, t -(SEAL A. 1. 180. One hundred miles of the C'gauda Bret now open to traillc. railroad to 1 Mrs. Wlnslow's Soothing Syrup for children I teethinn.softens the truins, reduces Inllammi . tlon, allays pain, cures wind colie. 25a. a bottle. I Fits permanently cured. No fits or nervous ness after first day's use of Dr. Kline's Great I Nerve Hes.rer. $2 trial bottle and treatise free. un. it. n. Kline. LiUi.. nil Arch St.. I'uiia., i'a. Lyon A Co' "Pick Leaf ' Irmoklng Tohaceo stands at the top for its delicious aroma. Good as can be made. Try If. The crushing resistance of the trap rocks of New Jersey are 21,000 pounds to the cubic inch. To Cure Constipation Forever. Take Casearets Candy Cathartic . 10c or 2"c. If C. C. C. fall to cure, druggists refund money. The popnlatlon of London is four million two hundred and titty thousand. STORIES OF RELIEF. Two Letters to Mrs. Pinkharo. 4 k n't. j Si; ci ( lb:--:j . JOi, Villi 'A ri I (FffitZri mi Men who are always In a hurry, and most men are, want a soap for the toilet that will lather quickly anJ freely in hot or colJ water. Other soaps than Ivory may have this quality, but will likely contain alkali, which is injurious to the skin. Ivory Soap is made of pure vegetable oils, no alkali ; produces a white, foamy lather, that cleanses thoroughly and rinses easily anJ quickly. Money cannot buy -a better soap for the toilet. ftrH till w Tfc rtmm t otmiit o. cn hi i M l , w V J 1 V u u M v . V o V o u w a I V 9 9 9 8 CCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCeCCCCCCCCCCC6:CCC&' f f 0 f f f i" V f r y " V I 'sf x, jt W Vj j v ,-y v s w w t ' () C) () () 0 0 () ( () 0 C) 0 ( o () C) () 0 ) () () EXPOSURE to WETdCOLD o o o o C) () AS proven disastrous to many women. Wet feet and damp clothing chill the entire system and the delicate fomale orprans are at once effected, ralndul. Profuse. Suncressed or Obstructed Menses. Whites, Falling of the Womb, or some other health-destroying disease La almost certain to follow such exposure unless proper pre cautions are taken. When any of these dis eases appear women eiould begin the uso of ) () () () () () () () () () C) C) C) GERSTLE'S Female Panacea. TSDl(G, F. P.)"- It will regnlate the menses, cure all forma of fomale disease, and give health and strength. It is used in the privacy of the home. No con sultations. No humiliating examinations. If there is any tendency to constipation or indigestion take mild doses of St. Joseph's Liver Regulator. MY DAUGHTER SUFFERED INTENSELY From female irregularities, and had tried physicians and other remedies, but could get no relief, and we had despaired of her recovery. We were induced to tryCerstle's Female Panacea, and I believe it saved her lite. A. J. MACE. Jamestown. Tenn. For Sale at Drug Stores, $t.OO per Bottle. L. GERSTLE & CO., Props., Chattanooga, Tenn, L r( irS 0 e"N " 0 f f ll jr a Kijf W W V W o W W Srf- W "KJ W Hs mj Mrs Jonx Williams, EnglishtownV N. J., writes : " Dear Mrs. Pixkjiam: I earxnot be gin to tell you how I suffered before taking your remedies. I was so weak that 1 could hardly walk across the floor without falling. I had womb trouble and such a bearing-down fooling ; also suffered with my back and limbs, pain in womb, inflammation of the bladder, piles and indigestion. Before I had taken one bottle of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound I felt a great deal better, and after taking two and one half bottles and half a box of your Liver I'illi I was. cured. If more would take your medicine they would not have to suffer &o much." Mrs. Joseph Peterson, 515 East St., Warren, Pa., writes: "DEAn Mrs. Pinkham: I have Buf fered with womb trouble over fifteen years. I had inflammation, enlarge ment trud displacement of the womb. I had tho backache constantly, also headache, and was so thzzy. I had heart trouble, it seemed as though my heart was in my throat at times chok ing me: I could not walk around and I could not lie down, for then my heart would beat so last 1 would icel as though I was smothering. I had to t,it up in bed nights in order to breathe I was so weak I could not uo any thing. ' "I have now taken several hot tics of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, and used three pack ages ot jranuuve atui, nuu. can bay am perfectly cured. I thj not think I couH have lived lonj if IJr.s. l'ink tam's uydkiue had ot helped me" In a Class Alone. ffT i"Y J FT" Its running: qua!- Bicycle. ities are Perfect. x f 1 OUR CHAIN WHEELS. fr Cttrtp lfsse Columbins and L l Ite - ' !' ' Hartford.. ' lilAf i-' ' ) Other Models. loyprh:sr,T . (fs Sfv '"" 1 pope fg. co., 1- r?91iLmhJ'?r'? 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In all our ex perience ol 14 years. In the drug business, bnve never Bold nn nrticle that giire such universal sau luellua m your Tonic Yours truly, Abnev.Caub & CO ST. ANDREWS FOlt TIIE Liver CUKES 0 Jaundice. Hcgsstt Military Ac.deay, Iaiivll!e, Heiitiii ky. l-,.r,.lra!'iilv,.rs I p. c.iivertimrnt whwh nnn C.enerol liuslnes Situated In tin- Ulue ltrs Keirlon ef Kentucky. A t.ll. ,101i"' our iall l'eriu 4.etis Sept. , I.. Albert S-iultb. f ui t. i tun.. i ri.,t i i, 5 tar t. c Aa ik rnp. t.u i OihivI. 4