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Few Minutes' Use of Hyoirxt Four Tines a Day Cares Catarrh. The leaantest, must convenient and the only scientific method for the treat ment and cure of catarrh is Hvomet. Simply put twenty drops of Hyouiei in the inhaler that comes with every package and then breaihe it for a few minutes four times a day. It seems remarkable that so simple a way of treating catarrh will f lfeot a cure, but the most important discoveries of science Lave always bet-n the simplext. By breathing llyomei in this v ay every particle of air that enters the air passages of the throat and head ami goes into the lungs is charged with a healing balsam that kills the germs and bacilli of catarrh and soothes and allays all irritation. Tbe fust day's nse of llyomei will show a decided improvement and in a short time there will be no further trouble from catarrh. Its action is rapid and lasting. You take no risk in buying llyomei. A complete outlit costs $l.uo, and if after using yori can say that it his not helped j you the Ked Cross l'tiarmacy will return your money. What other treatment for catarrh is sold under a guarantee like this '.' None other has sutlicient merit. Stack Foatage Stump. ' fTo separate postage etamps that have become 6tuck together, dip them In water for a few seconds, shaka oft the water and heat them with a match as much as possible without burning. The beat expands the water between the stamps, and they are easily pulled apart. ' ' ,i Mineral Wool. Mineral wool, which Is used for pack ing around boilers, furnaces and pipes to retain heat, to deaden walla and to keep out cold, Is made from furnace Blag by blowing air through it whilo molten. 7 vim t V K VP !VSE?. GILBERT Was Gradually Growing Weaker Blood Wine Checked Her Decline In Time. "Owing to the great benefits which I have derived from the use of your Blood Wine, I feel it my duty to make a state ment concerning it, which, you are at liberty to use as you see lit. I have been nick for about nine years and was gradu ally growing weaker when my attention was called to your remedy. Without much faith in its eflieacy I made a trial of it, as I had previously done with other remedies. My trouble was general debility, loss of strength and wasting of body. About eighteen months ago I purchased my first bottle of your Blond Wine and took it steadily thereafter. After taking three bottles I began to improve, and that im provement has continued down to the present day. During this time I have gained twenty-fiie (2) pounds in weight, and the good health which t formerly en joyed has entirely been restored. I have hesitated somewhat about subscribing my name to. a testimonial which might be . used for advertising purposes, but my sense of duty to other sutierers placed us I was has overcome all scruples in that direction, and you have my permission to W n Vi ' ' tiiv: ''vv ml k ivv.W 1 1 I H rf -4 ,k v V vk VAs 'sti'A'f''f X ' kr'Xr'i,' "Blaoii Witso cures a target psrecssiga of cacs than r;:ry other medicine." J. Harstsen Smiiis, Statistician If you really want to get well you must first remove the cause of your ailment, you never can be thoroughly free from disease unless this is clone. Nearly every known disease has its origin in the blood, eliminate it from your veins and you get it out of your system. That is just what "Blood Wine" does and that is why people get permanently cured who take ' Blood Wine " while many who take something else only get temporary relief. " Blood Wine" is honestly a remarkable medicine and no one ever took it without saying so. 50 cents at E. lW-ftiilt of Hal tip In Mnredoola. Vienna. M.iy 1. The NVue Frele Prvsse says the ('.-hting reported from Sofia, Iiulgstria, between Turkish troops and a large band of Insurgents on the right bank of the river Struma, In the district of Ds.mna, or Dzumaja. ih'ht the frontier of Bulgaria, in Mace donia, occurred hist Tuesday. The in surgents lot eighty-three men killed, and the Turks had thirteen killed or wounded. linn J Ilrirrllnna In h Xavjr. Vallcjo, al., May 1. There has been an epidemic of desertions from the navy on t'ris coast for some months past, but this month's report beats tha record. It is said that 1M men bav failed to return to the receiving ship Independence since the last pay day. When the enlisted men are questioned for excuse, oil claim that it is because of the poor and scanty fare. Dolled to Iirath In I. ye. Ogdensburg, N. Y., May 1, It has just been learned that a male patient at the R. Lawrence State hospital met a horrible death early in the week by being parboiled in a vat of boiling lye. lie had a hallucination' that the devil was chasing him, and he cither plung ed or fell into the vat. His clothes dropped off when lie was removed from the vat. He came from Altoona. Another Sentence on Dlmmlek. San Francisco, May 1. Walter N. Dlnimiek, the former employee of the local branch of the United Slates mint who was recently convicted of stealing $30,000 from ttie vault of the govern ment building, has been sentenced to five years imprisonment at hard la bor In addition to his former sentence of four years. Liquid Cine. Tour naphtha upon shellac until of a creamy consistence and keep It closely corked. This glue will unite Iron, wood, glass, etc. It is waterproof and dries quickly. n n or a rromiiieni' Blood 'Wine, America's - Great .ill . sCl. WA ") i Hf Ik a A I' ft HARRIS. use this testimonial anyway that is likely to benefit the public." MRS. HENRY BRILLON, No. Grosvenordale, Conn. Cured In Sixteen Days Was Going Into Consumption. Mr. Frank Wooley, 70 Central Avenue; Albany, N, V., writes i "About December IS last a severe cold fastened itself on my lungs, and as my family history from a physical view-point is bad, my mother, brother and sister having died at a com paratively early age from phthisis, I be came greatly alarmed, more especially as the pains in tny right lung were intense, mainly at night. On or about December 23 a newspaper friend enthusiastically recommended Blood Wine, and acting upon his advice I procured a bottle at Wm. Sautter's drug store, S North Pearl Street, A'bany. The first bottle absolutely slopped the hacking cough that accom panied tny cold, and before the second bottle was consumed my lungs ceased to pain me, and today, but sixteen (16) days from the date that the cdid first showed itself, I am entirely free of every feature of the ailment that ;it t he outset threatened to throw me into consumption," ? , ' V WWW Fexall Dyspepsia Tablets form the foundation in the Bridge of Health. Health is just across the river for thousands thousands whote stomachs are sick, and which grow . , worse instead of better. Their stomachs need a rest, until nature's forces can recuperate. Ninety per cent of the diseases of mankind originate from a disordered stomach, and not to keep the stomach in healthy condition Is to court serious disease. The llexair Dyspepsia Tablets are guaranteed to relieve inimediatelty and cure permantly all the vnost distressing and paintul forms of Dyspepsia and Indigestion. This guarantee is printed on every box, and money will be ref untied to all who are not satisfied. Rexall Dyspepsia Tablets are Warranted to Cure all forms of Indigestion and Dyspepsia Money will be refunded, exactly as printed on package, In case of dissatisfaction. Pric:, 25 cents, at our store or by mail. RICKERT & WELLS, Druggists. Wm;-'- s!,:u .'iFr1- w ? The Hanmter. The hamster, a ratlike animal of Eu rope and northern Asia, stores up grain for winter use in subterranean cells. In summer Its pulse beats at the rate of 150 a minute, but la cold weather, when the creature hibernates, the pulse beats average only fifteen a minute. 1 t.. r: m usiness "One of the'strongest and most convincing testimonials to the efficacy of 'Blood Wine' was furnished by Gilbert Harris of Essex Junction, Vt, a well-known business man of undoubted integrity. Hearing that Mr. Harris was tell ing his friends about the wonderful goou sBlood Wine' had done him, a reporter for the Daily News of Burlington visited his fine home, in Essex Junction for an interview. "Mr. Harris upon being told the object of his visit at once grew enthusiastic in praise of .'Blood Wine.' '-Why, it saved my life,' he remarked. 'I have no doubt of it, and you would not, had you seen me a year ago.' But let me tell you my experience; that will be the most convincing argument I know of." '"I will be 63 years old in March,' began Mr. Harris, 'and up to three years ago was a remarkably healthy man, being seldom if ever sick. About that time I had a severe attack of congestion of the liver, which left my health shattered. I could eat very little and gradually wasted away to a mere shadow of my former self. My normal weight befoi'e I was ill was 190 lbs., and I lost flesh so that I barely tipped the scales to 154 lbs. 1 was so weak that I could not wait to the post-office, a short distance, with out being greatly exhausted. Well, I tried physician and physician, and alsc medicine after medicine, some of them making me worse, and many of them giving me no relief whatever. One clay I saw an advertisement in a nevvspapei of 'Blood Wine.' As a last resort I went slowly down to the corner drug store and purchased a"bottle ; at that time my stomach was in a fearful con dition. I could eat nothing without the most distressing nausea and life was actually a burden. Ten minutes after I took the first dose of 'Blood Wine' I felt better and from that day to this, I have been continuing to improve. I now weigh 185 lbs.; can eat heartily and enjoy every mouthful of it and can work like a horse.' " Physicians Failed to Help Him But Blood Wine Made Hint a Well Man. Officer II. A. Metcalf, who has been a policeman on the Hamilton, Ohio, pol'ce force for the past ten years, and who is probably as well known as any man in Hamilton, is one of the earnest advocates of Blood Wine. He says: "I first experienced a serious loss of ap petite. Nothing that I ate appeared to agree with me, and I began losing flesh rapidly. This was followed by an attack of stomach trouble which grew worse and worse until I began to despair of securing relief. I consulted several physicians and took a number of medicines, none of which did me u particle of 'good. A friend ad vised me to try Blood Wine, and I fol lowed that advice. The first bottle of this excellent remedy which I took brought about a marked change for the lietter in my condition. I took two more bottles and felt that I was in reasonably good health, but in order to make assurance doubly sure I purchased and took the fourth bottle. I now believe that I am in better health than I ever was in my life, and I take the greatest pleasure in recom mending Blood Wins to all persons who are suffering; as I was." rug'g'ist. Shooting Through Glass. A rifle ball may be fired through a pane of glass, making the hole the size of the ball, without cracking the glass. If the glass 13 suspended by a thread It will make no difference, and the thread will not even vibrate. r r eaicine Takes Away the Aches and Pains. 225 Hall Street, Fall River, Mass. "I cannot say enough in praise of your Blood Wine. I was very weak and suf fered from fearful backaches after mv last baby was born. I was told that Blood Wine was strengthening and I bought a bottle. It braced me up' wonderfully, and I was so pleased with its results that I bought six bottles and have given it to my tour children. It keeps them healthy and I consider it the finest medicine I ever had in my house." MRS. SAM FANNING. Rheumatism Twisted Him Out of Shape He Suffered Agonies But Blood Wine Cured Him. Rochester, X, Y. Gentlemen : "I was crippled with rheu matism from September 1 until April 1, ro I was unable to walk or even help my self in any way. After taking part of'a bottle of IJIood Wine I betrnn to improve, ami after taking two bottles, I am entirely cured, .Would be pleaNed to have anyone cull on me at any time for information." Yours, 56 Sanford Street. E. S. LECKY. Boittal If you live at a distance and cannot call at the drugtiists below, you can buy IJIood Wine direct from the manu facturers, and you can have a free trial bottle by cutting out this coupon and sending to LOUIS DAUDELIN CO., Manufacturers, Worcester, Mass. urW i if It 3352 WORK OF A LANDSLIDE Latest Details Regarding the Great Disaster at Frank, NO EXPLOSION 0CCUEBED. lUce of Mogntsia Over Four Thou sand Fert Hlith Slip Acroaa Vullej- ImpoKKible to Etl male !. of Life. Frank, N. W. T., May 1. The cause of the trouble at Frank was a huge slido. There was no explosion 'what ever. It was of such large dimensions that the cloud of dust was taken for smoke, and the minor slides coming down were taken for inside explosions. The whole east end of the mountain extending from the Tipple east has gone out. It was 4,100 feet high and slid across the entire valley, blocking the track to the French mine. This track is about forty feet higher than Is distant about three-quarters of n mile from the mine entrance. The slide extends from n point about 20(1 feet oast of Frank station to a point one and a half miles east. The track is covered with rock of "all sizes from the size of a marble to the size of a large double deck boarding car. The Canadian rncilic railway is ar ranging to cut a waterway through where the river is blocked up in order to avoid danger of a flood. The loss of life cannot be estimated yet. About ten houses in the east end of the town were destroyed and entire families wiped out. Mr. A. I.eitch. wife and four of Ids children were killed, and three escaped. The youngest child was thrown out of the house in some miraculous way and not injured. There is no reason why the whole of the remaining side1 of the mountain will not come down, lu which case there will be absolutely nothing left of the country eitst of Blairmore. Many small ledges of rock continue to come down from the mountain, and it Is a hard matter to get men to work for fear of a second catastrophe. Comedian Itotimon Dead. ! Now York, May 1. Stusirt Robson, thf coniodhin. 1ms lust ilipd in this rttv f - - - - of heart discus. He wns sixty-seven years old and had been on the static for fifty-one years. Mr. Itobson was taken 111 early in March and was obliged to reb.' completely for two weeks. lie resumed lito'engngemont on March 11) and nfter playing in New York and Brooklyn appearo'd in vari ous towns in the upper part of the state. A few days at;o he was taken ill in Auburn, N. Y., and was then brought to this city. The interment will take place at Cohusset, Mass., tomorrow. lluwnlian J.eiiUlntiirc Adjourns. Honolulu, May 1. The regular ses sion of the Hawaiian legislature ended at niklniplit. Eighty-eight nets passed by the legislature received Governor Itole's signature. Tbe bill providing a city government for Honolulu was ve toed by the governor. The bill dividing the islands into counties was approved. Under the provisions of this net the is lands tire to be divided into five coun ties. There will be a npecl.il session ot the legislature to p iss the appropria tion bill. Fatal I'.niloNion In .Machine Slina. Newark, ()., May 1. Keinhard Nclieidler, one of Newark's foremost manufacturers and citizens, vice pres ident of the Newark Savings bank and former owner of the Newark and Oranville Klectrie railway, was killed, and eight other men were injured by a boiler explosion at the Seheidler ma chine shops; Three Hundred riend In Hio, Vienna, May 1. -Private letters re ceived here from C.ernowiti! say over 300 persons were killed during the re cent anti-Semitic, riots at Klseheaeff, capital of Bessarabia. Philippine Cimtomn ItfvfmiM, Washington, May 1. The bureau of insular affairs of the war department has prepared a comparative statement showing that during the month of January, 1003, the customs revenues In the Philippine archipelago wero JS0C.0C1. For the same month in 1002 they were $709,CG3. Great Mortality From I'lannr. Simla. India, May 1. According to an official statement the weekly plague mortality exceeds 30,000 per sons. The Infected area includes nine British provinces and fifty-one native states. ' FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL Cloning Quotation of the Aw York Stock Kirlmnsre. NrW York, April 30. Money on call steady at i" per cent. Frlmc mercantile paper. S"ia&!4 per cnt. F.xchang-es. lilT.GM.T; balances, !I0,318. 924. Closing prices: Atchison S1H Ches. & Ohio.... 44-i, Del. & Hudson.. H,:i Erie 3li Gen. Electric. ...IKS' raclfic Mail . People's Gai Reading Rock Island . St. Paul -I? H .!(" Lead 2i Sugar Refinery .1. 125' i hi l.ouis, & Kasl)..JI74 Manhattan C'on.Ut'i Missouri rac....l(Wji N. V. Central... 1.10 Ontario &.yet- 2Sti Texan Pacific Union Paeltic Wabash pret. West. Union . General Markets. , New York. April 8'). I FI.OUR Siow and about steady; Min nesota patents. Ha 4.30; winter straights, I 12-o0a 3 W: w-tnler extras. $2.N)a3.10; winter patents, in.i(J4. WHEAT Firm and higher on a colj weather seare and strong latu Paris ca ble: May. tiftiaKOV. ; July. ifi?;a76re. UYE-Uull: state, fifoiji'c. c. I. f.. New York; No, 2 western. Cue . t, o. b afloat. CORN-Also higher at first on the cold rave, but Inter eased off; May. 54c.; July, 51 i-ISa-'ilHc OATS-Dull," but steady: track, white, slate. 3iac. ; track, white, western 3va 1.1ft. PORK-Quiet; nuss. US.23al8.75; family (19. LARD Steady; prime western steam I.Mic. UUTTER-Steady; state dairy, 17a22c; txtra creamery, 22Uo. K(X5S-Vak; state and Pennsylvania, IKe.; western, storaee packed. IfialS'-jc. SUGAR Raw steady; fair refining, SS-ltic; centrifugal, 96 test. 3U-16e,; re fined steady; crushed, 8.45c. ; powdered. I. Me. TU RPENT1 NE-Qutet at 4K4Sic.. MOLASSES Firm; New Orleans, 31a4ic. RICE Firm; domestic, 4Ua7e.; Japan, nominal. TALLOW Steady; city, 6c; country, P.aavie, HAY Quiet; shipping, 70a"5a; good to Jholce, Jlal.15. if 1 Hit m m m Do Not Be Deceived. You have Kidney Trouble, and You Do Not Need a Physician to Tdl You So. Tain in the back is an abnost infallible, sign of kidney disease ; a surer sign is. the condition of your urine. If you have a pain in the back, then look to the con dition of your urine. It is easily done. Take a glass or tumbler a-:d fill it with, udne; after it has stood 2-1 hours, if it has a sediment, if it is milky or cloudy, if it is pale or discolored, stringy or ropy, your kidneys and bladder are in a dan gerous ccadition and need immediate at tet'.tion, or the consequences may prove fatal. Dr. David Kennedy's Favorite Remedy is tho one medicine that really cures all diseases of the kidneys, liver, bladder and blood, rheumatism, dyspep. sia and chronic constipation, and it will take you but a short trial to convince yourself of its wonderful curative power. . G. F. Sanimcrof NTo. 409 Tioga street, Syracuse, N. Y., in a recent letter says-. "I was afflicted for years with" severe pains in my back and kid neys. I tried many doctors and many medicines, but got no relief. I bought a bottle of Dr. David Ken nedy's Favorite Remedy and it has entirely cured me." It is for salo by all druggists In tho -Now 50 Cent Sizo and the regular $1.00 size bottles less than a cent a dose. Sample tottle-enough for trial, free by mail. Dr. David; Kennedy Corporation, Rondout, N. Y. Dt1(I Kennedv'i f hrrry Wulnsm best tat Colls, tough, CoanuniiiUuu. koc, 60c, $1.00. i "st -vi