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PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY THE CAUCASIAN PUB. CO. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. On Vr - - Sl.OO Hli Mootb -Twelve Montb as Ho 1'. t TRADE rno A f H PAPER FREIGHT RATE f t. .. ,r The uorjrauon cinm.uu thii Slate I trying to force the ror- folk and Western Railway to give tn N'r.rth Carolina town the name freight rates as given to Virginia citlw. Home of the Virginia cities are very MiMnh in the nntter a opposed to the proposed rates for this Htate. Theee towns want the cheapest rate bo they can buy the goods much cheajer than the merchants in our Htate, and then nell the nune goods to us at the rate they now cost us from the wes tern markets. The Virginia mer chant have a selfish interest at stake which is not appreciated by our merchants. However, Lynchburg, one of the largest commercial cities in Virginia, has refused to bo a party to the fight against the Cor poration CommirtHion of this Htate. .Many of the merchants of Lynch burg have a large trade in this Htate, and it will probably bo the only city in Virginia that will have any customers in North Carolina from If we understand the situ-1 now on ation Virginia's fight against our , . , . iownsd He.usa iu iu v , BUU if the towns iu that State are boy cotted bv our merchants it will be their own fault. AFRAID IT WILL HURT THE PARTY. ,L , . , t.n tT;,.i,... iUiuuuwi..Snuui iu J- Times-Mercury, a strong prohibition advocate, is the best article we have county will not be affected by the by resolutions adopted had as well seen on the attitude uf the demo- result of that county's vote. It is a stayed at home so far as their repre cratic politicians on the prohibition State election, and any all changes sentatlve power went, a precedent ouestion in this State. Tho Mer- "The Entemriso admits that its party inaugurated the prohibition election, but fears it will hurt the mrt v. The Enternriae is ritrht. It will hurt his part v. because thev are showing, and have shown it that they are not sincere iu it. If they will show anything else they have been sincere in they will be entitled to a gallon ef Eastern wine with the tariff off free trade and individual rights thrown in for good measure." majority of the democratic politi- cians are not sincere in their advo- cacy of State prohibition. As proof they are becoming alarmed for fear the movement will hurt the party. Some of the democratic papers veil ireaieu jir. oimmons civniy when he visited the White House some davs aeo. it tne iresiaent was as narrow minded as some other politicians we know, he would not give a cordial welcome to persons who had opposed and misrepresented him. But he is too big a man to notice such small politics. Mr. Roosevelt is a real President. "The North Carolina Peace So- Society should send a representative to Hay ti." Raleigh Evening Times, Missionary work should begin at . home. Better prepare to send several I . . representatives tne jreace oocieiv iu vuanuuu wxieu iuo xeuiucratic Convention meets there. In that way we can find out the real worth of this Peace movement. New York and Rhode Island have elected uninstructed delegates to attend Democratic national conven tion. Several of the democratic papers in North Carolina are urging that the delegates from this State go to Convention uninstructed. This is not very cheerful news to the Bryan supporters. Japan has invited our fleet to visit her shore before making their re turn. Our fleet will pay the visit, and then we will hear no more of the "imminent war with Japan." A look at our fleet will cool down any supposed grievance Japan may have against us. Look at the label on your paper. If your subscription' is as much as one year behind let us hear from you before next Tuesday night, at which time the postal law, in regard to newspapers, goes into effect. The Greenaboro Record thinks that because Ibe President has com plimented a democrat for advocating a certain measure, that KooweveU H trying to get the democratic noml- UBIKU. , . . ,,i We can't Imagine what be would want with It, even if it was banded to him on a ellver platter, for It would be practically impossible to e.cct even Roosevelt on a democratic platform. After candidate Cralge headquarters in Raleigh alongside h1 7 Mr. Home, the latter gentleman has cDened headquarters in Charlotte, a ! Crafge stronghold. Each of the gen-1 1.,nnn hivo rWMwl (n trim) vlcnr. ou campaigns iu wv cueuij a iw try. As yet the walls of Jericho are unshaken. Wa hv ha! k vontl Ilfit nf re.l newala for tbe past few days and have not been able to get all thetne very thing the plutocratic plan- dates moved up on our list before I thia wpptr' Iwuip. hat all the eorrec-llOW tlona in dates will be made before OUr nexi ISSUe, An exchange aska: "Are mules I liable to mental diseases ?" a t i hAiP,iPranfth Democratic . . . r .. , 4. jston County, last Saturday. They party who have been following the! ro . r. . fM'la, t Democratic donkey for years. The True Issue." Wilmington Messenger. This prohibition campaign ought to ba conducted fairly and without .nvfifTnrt tnHcoolvatho nonnla Kr I " ,T T TT .; ,1: w L-kLjg-T u rr r ii in Bu ill ni ill wua xu wuiuus ideas of what would be the results ir the bill to be voted on should I fail of ratification at the polls. I Nevertheless we see that some news-1 papers which are strongly urging the voters in the rural districts to vote for the bill are trying to create the impression that a vote against the measure is a vote to permit the establishment of saloons and distil-1 leries in the territory where they are now prODlDliea. I I A I That is not so. No matter how thnvntflin onft PftIintv mav h the lppsftnt Btatn. ftH t Hmmr trffi in , . , I I lion in me wnoie oiaie. r unner- more, the result of the Stateelec-I tion can affect only that territory in I which prohibition does not now pre- vail. Should the State go "wet" there would be no change in present I I . . . . ... I conditions: there would De no loons or distilleries in the present "dry" territory, lor such result ol the election would not wipe out pro hibition where it now exists. A man in prohibition territory who votes for the bill simply and only votes to establish prohibition in those towns where It does now exist. A man in prohibition territory who votes against the bill does not vote to re-establish saloons or distilleries in his r any other prohibition ter- riMW W lo cummions remain as thev now are in towns and territory where prohibition does or does not exist. I ITT ii il. j i x ii I w"l lul iU uruer lu Ful luI question at issue iairly and truth-1 fully before our readers. We want the people on both sides of the ques-l tion to understand for what they arelcurred since the convening of Con . i .-: vuuug. f5an and Pettus, of Alabama Want Conservative Men. People's Paper. If what we read is true, and i what we see is any sign, the people this year are going to see how near iuey can come to electing conserva- live Dusiness men 10 omce. ho tar as JNortn Carolina Is concerned n win ue uiau,y uaya oeiore Bne geis over the effects of the demagogism she has endured for such a long time, m 1 1 . -ft f m A Food clever old farmer to us V r: 17 I . 6 snmg mai morning irom a man I ha K.ri tn.mn 0n uia ur k.. ui - o " w uu i naa never snoos nanas witn mm before. This is what makes the old ! hayseeder hurt In the back. A candidate for a State office asked us this week if the farmers' union was going to endorse a certain canuiuate ior omce. we promptly iota mm no, mat me tarmers' union, as an organization, would be far from endorsing any man for any office in the State. Members, as in. dividuals, were free to do as they pleased and to vote as they pleased. What'a The Matter? Hickory Times Mercury. K.bt8, JSL-S.. '"f. uiuiuci icuiwuui; euiiura iu JH u." 1 V ur 8 cr 8 prohibition mass meeting. Brother Holbrook previously gave notice that his paper was more of an adver tising sheet than a medium of ex change of thought. Bro. Williams practically opposed It in a long editorial.- But here comes Bro. Mebane, trembling in his knees. He gave a notice of it, but said nothing. What's the matter, brethren ? Is there a snake in the wood pile ? Every voter should pay his poll tax for 1907 before the first day of May. I FROM OUR XCHACtS. fame Squib f Interest Wc M Cathered With Our Paste-pot and Shear. ' u coarse tney are gviGj? ia lhef Q JQtltim Mr llorct thtt basinet men ahoald keep oat , . of politics Ex. "Can Bryan be elected V asks an exchangee. The most pertinent ques tion just now both with bis friends opened land enemies is can be be nomina Wilmington BUr. When they Increase! the salaries of State and County school officials. lDe7 BOOUIU nave increased the teacher's y and the rate of taxes fof tbe children. Hickory Time Mercury " "v .r-..v i j lftr of the runic, turns awav from a rnorf , ui rfnino- derers prepared the panic for. lei Jacket. B..l..i. AHnated at Pine Level Primary. WTe are in receipt of a copy of the resolutions adopted at the uepuoucan primary held at Pine Levef.Jobn- 8tate Convention : Whereas, it is the opinion of this Convention assembled that we be lieve in the true principles of Re publicanism, hence we condemn any motion or resolution which might tend to bear on or innueuco any TTlPmhpr nf the Dart V aSTalnSt his 2nd. Thatlurther.lt has oeen a custom to Instruct delegates to abide the dictates of Instructions which we believe ia not In the tt ue spirit of freedom. 3rd. That whereas we believe in the great principles of equal rights to all and special privileges to none, that the true sentiment of any as sembly should, in deliberations, first get at the wishes of those whom . fc .4. A ....maA mm mm a rlSri we expeci iu auppun uur auuouo. 4th. That whereas two years ago delegates for Johnston County in attendance at the State Convention .u, t iuw wuvcuuuu uui iu icjroat. 5th. That whereas believing al true Republicans who have principle before peace will strive to build up in North Carolina a strong, aggres- sive ana dominant party, 10 inai ena sa-iwe, me i-ine i9vei iepuuiicans, A T T 1 X- LI! the will strive. 6th . That whereas Johnston Coun ty is without an organ . We recom mend that The Caucasian be adopted. Pine Level, Mirch 28, 1908. SEVEN SENATORS PASS. Unusual Series of Deaths in the Great est Bodyof Lawmakers in the World One Congressman. Too, on Death Roll. Charlotte Observer. The death yesterday of Senator nr:ii! t Tt x m -1 i xionua, was the seventh to occur in tbe Senate I of the United States during the past few months, all but one having oc mi ii z i o i. auo ruti mtiuues oeuaiura aiaiiory, ot t londa ; Proctor, o I vermoni; uaumer, oi esouin uaro T T A. T . i! r rt ai. aT una; vvnyte, oi Maryland, and Bryan, of Florida. Mr. Bryan was I appointed to the position he held to flu the vacancy occasioned bv the death of Senator Mallory, whom he I wa3 not long in following to the "bourne from which no traveler re hnma in addition to this remarkable series of coincident deaths is removal from the House by the I the the De stroyer, of Representative Adolph myCT OI wuiianat some time ago. The resignation vesterdav of Reore . . w " . sentaiive JLittieneid, or Maine, on account of legal business works an other notable change in the person nel of that body. Mr. Littlefield was one of the most prominen members of the lower House, being chiefly known by his Littlefield I liquor bill. 'That Sanitarium.' clinton News Dispatch. In our issue of February 27th in an editorial we took the Democrati party to task about their extrava- gance in spending the btate's money " "u"t 1" ims "T, inn drawing tlOO per month for tenor plpVPn mnntJia act a n r rintnr..1nn -itaTium of taberculosis, when there was not a sign of a building started nor a single patient. We criticized the Demo cratic party for thi3 waste of money. Last Saturday we received a very lengthy latter from Dr. J. E Brooks, of Greensboro, in which he labored hard In five pages (letter paper) to explain the whys and wherefores, but not a single time he deny that our statement was true. Tommy Pop, what is oblivion ? Tommy's Pop Getting married to a famous woman, my son. Bos ton Herald. STATE INEWS. Of. TbocoM D. Utijrb. on of tbe o!dt pbycJciaaa f FyetlviUe, died Monday eight. Jo Davis, a negro convict from New Hanover County, ba made hl escape from tbe SUt prison. He u serving a term of twenty year for burglary. The United State government haa furnished thU State 1.960 Btw u.-i k.aa . ithldUtrict of North Carolina rKUk r.. I I, 1,-, .nlr.manl fl .c.-r,.. ineinii oi am Kurccunju, negro who killed FayettevlIIe'i chief of police, U now In progm. A fpecial venire of one hundred men was summoned from which lo Kieci i . . . . 1 the Jury. Insurance Commissioner James R. I Youn? haa carolled the license of the Ktt Uninal T.lf Inmnrancei Company, of Rome, Oa for falling tn file with him It annual state- ment. The body of Mr. Ernest R. Hine, who died at tbe A: and M. College Saturday night, wan carried to Old Town. Forsyth County, Sunday, for burial. The young man was a mem ber of the Freshmen class at A. & M. Colleee and was only eighteen years old . a iacMo.1 hv the Secretary of State to the North C.ro- ot Win. V . r.... i .i:, h i riM if i a in iiirn t.:j uaw w , rrn r.Vviotj aro in HIS I ro iu um i v,.r, pose of letters patent on a l u i " i ess butter-making process; to sell rights, etc. The Corn Special. The "Corn Special" in charge of C. B. Williams, left Raleigh Sunday afternoon over the Norfolk & South- em Railway for the Eastern part of I the State. Aboard were Mr. Wil- Hams, Dr. F. L. Stephens, R. I. Smith and Dr. George T. Winston, The special consists of two coaches and an exhibition car. Interesting at aifferent points along the line. The itinerary for the rest of the trip is as follows : Friday, March 27. Okisko 9 a . m . to 11 a . m . Hertford 11:30 a. m. to 1:30 p. m Saturday, March 28. Washington 10 a.m. to 12 m. Vanceboro 2 p. m. to 4:30 p New Bern 8 p. m. to 10 p, m m Monday, March 30. Oriental 10 a. m. to 12 m. Bayboro 2 p. m. to 4 p. m. Kinston 8 p. m. to 10 p. m. Tuesday, March 31. Cove 10 a. m. 12 m. Dover 2 p. m. to 4 p. in. A Word To Farmers. Do not fail to plant a large crop of corn, oats, peas, and potatoes, and make your living at home. This is the secret of success in farm life. Thislwilljeliminate the mortgage sys tem, which has been a source of de pressing the poor ever since the re bellion. It has done more to destroy confidence in the human family than anything on earth. The only way to eliminate this system is by mak ing your living at home and stay with it raise more mule colts, more sheep and hogs. Can more fruit at home. In other words, raise every thing you can, and that means a good living at home and have some thing to spare. Union Advocate: Twelve Mules In all Have Died. Dr. J. S. Butler, of the depart ment of agriculture, today received word from Superintendent Mann that another of the State's mules have died and four are now sick . Dr. Butler says the worst is over, however, and that many of the animals have recovered. Raleigh Times. A Merciful Judge. An unusual sentence was Imposed on a white man named Bouknight in the Court of Sessions in Columbia last Saturday. He Iiad been con victed of selling liquor, and In sen tencing him the presiding judge, Judge Wilson, announced that he would make the ;fine altogether $300 $200 for violating the dispen sary law $109 additional for the de fendant's making his little daughter take the stand in his behalf. "When you placed your Jnnocent little daughter on the stand it made cold chills run down my back," said the judge to Bouknight. Lancaster (S. C ) News. Will Be Under Legal Ban. A North Carolina man left his son a large fortune on condition that he refrain from playing a fiddle or dancing. This will work no great hardship on him, however, as the legislature is apt sooner or later to prohibit such ungodly pastimes, any how. Washington Herald. The freight rate hearing in the case of Corporation Commission against the Norfolk fc Western Rail wayi will - be begun - in the Federal building in Raleigh Friday, and will last two days, If the hearing is not completed by, Saturday., after noon the Corporation Commission will ask for another date to resume the hearing, Judge Clements will preside at the hearing. suit a&ajkst Tut orrtcfss A IOO.000 Suit lr DiU r,t Arrest d Dtmrnf t sls Will R Inttitwted AJt t-Cotor Owac. rHsl Ooknr. nd BKUHSV mm 9 9 - Heard in Cownty Darhim. N. C March 2L Ar- raofftmecu are oow telex made to bring damage suit agalmt J venae onMiiou cmn trOIHLl4 lO Dv UpU V interest. The toil will b brought lagaiCAtUari uuncan, kajuvki lh. ta,,m dUtrlct of the maie; p, . H jwitery. United Stale ..(.ihil. John NlrhoX United t" fvmtnL.!ontr. aod Deputy tix w rolIector Adtmt. The piaintltl la thU ereat suit will be the Haynor Manufacturing Company, of Nor- folk. Va . and Thomas H. Haynor, nnsident ot tnai comimny. rur iur plaintiff Brarabam A Brawley, of this city, and J. U. U. narrif, llaleiffb. will be tbe attorneys. The action for this damage sun against officers and officials for the government in the Eastern dtsmci i u uuh nn the recent arrest ana trial of Thomas II. Haynor, of Nor friL' for Hellini? concoctions that w f r were claimed to contain more than the legal allowance of alcohol, dui who wa3 subsequently discharged by Judge Purnell, who held that be . than allowed bylaw. That i?, Mr. ITavnnr ti-aa ilpplnred not tO be j ... , puiltv of the chdrce. and the de IlttVUVJi v -j p " - partment made a ruling in the mai ter that was in Mr. Haynors lavor. It ia learned here that this suit will certainly be instituted within the next few days, and that Mr. Haynor claims that by reason of the persecution of - the Federal ofllce- holders, that he has virtually been driven out of business in Eastern Carolina; that he was doing a gen- eral business that aggregated S250, OOO prior to his arrest, and that his business has fallen off to f 50,000 an- nually. He contends that the fight against his preparations, consisting Upple ciders, with different flavors. 8Uch as cherry and others, has long since developed into a persecution on personal grounds and without legal foundation for same. This, in a few words, tells the story as your correspondent 'gets it, and there is no doubt about the suit that is to follow. It is understood that the suit will be brought in the courts of Wake county, at Raleigh, but it is the gen eral supposition that the case will be moved to the federal courts, or that an effort will be made to get in the federal courts. This matter began firot when a number of small merchants and cold- j drink dealers throughout the State were arrested on the charge of sell ing "Vim" and other concoctions sold hv the Havnnr Manufacturing CompanVf tni3 beiDg oa the ground that the concoctions contained more alcohol than allowed by the federal law. The result was that a great many of these merchants throughout the State were arrested and taken before the Federal and State courts for violating the laws. Many paid their government tax in order to keep out of trouble. All this on account of selling these preparations of the Haynor Manufacturing Com pany. Then followed the arrest of the president of tbe Haynor Manu facturing Company, and as a result of that arrest the big damage suit is now on. It promises to be a big affiir be fore it is all over with. Suit Against Standard Qd Ended by Paying $5,000. Durham, March 21. The great jdamage suit of Mrs. Lucy R. Hol- Joway, administratrix of the estate of the late Webb Holloway, who was killed in the explosion of the Standard Oil Company's tank here July 24th, 1906, which was started again yesterday morning in Superior Court, was compromised this after noon by the agreement of the de fendant to pay the plaintiff $5,500 damages and pay all costs on both sides. The plaintiff was suing for 60,000. Gibson E. Bell Commits Suicide- -Had Been Laid Off by Coast Line. Wilmington, March 22. News reached the city tonight of the sui cide of Gibson E. Bell, at the home of his father at Long Creek, Pender county. No particulars were given, but despondency, due to lack of em ployment, is supposed to have been the cause. Mall Car Robbed at Wilson. Wilson, N. C, March 24 Last night a car of the Norfolk & South ern passenger train, westbound, ran off the track here, and while the wrecking crew were at work some one entered the mail coach and cut open all the bags. Fortunately the registered pouch had been removed and no loss is yet reported. The police think they have the man spotted. Twelve Horses Burned Alive at Newbern - Newbern, March 20. Lightning strock ja building in . the rear of Scotl's'stahies here late last night, setting fire to the building. Twelve horses were burned, but Che stable buliaing.was saved. Several build ings adjacent were destroyed. Heavy downpour of rain saved the block I from destruction. Loss about $5,000. tbli afternoon tb prily denuded body cf a colored J ccl uiimif,?uio. m iiv4 . betide tbe Wllmiogtcw a New Bero lUilrmd track five mir ttvta W II- IUH road talngton tt i1v1c'ih! ton cbt thai I 11 rM ... tb man wa WHIiara fuur yem of age, who repd Uur- tni? Iat nfffht irom boep! itkki Km u create! for heart " . . . ... Iklj troub.'e, bLs death being aue dlM and the inauiuu .-... to hi long flight. Aiwr u .T tiiratloa tbe corooer turne over to tbe family fur burial. 0ath of Dr. J. D. Pope, who af Sccesio In South Wf MHII'W -mw- Carolina. Clnmbla. 8. C, March 21. Dr. Joseph Daniel Poi, aged ytris dfn of the law- school oi tne uui veislty of South Carolina, and one uf tbe three survivors of the signers of tbe ordinance of eceloo, died mi hta hnmA in thLi city at 4:30 o'clock this afternoon, as in nu . i . . of Inflrmitlfs of old age. m v . t .1.. aw ms . . rva m tlfW table figure in the recent hlJtory oi South Carolina. During tbe civil war he was chief of the revenue department and superintendent of tne currency uuuer mo vywn-v.v.-.-w . 1 . i. n IVntiilnntA gavernment. SOUTH 4 WESTERN SOLD MILLIONS. FOR FIFTY Bought for George L. Carter, the Great Railroad Builder Buys a Frontage of a Mile Aiong Coast at Southport for Deeo Water Terminal-Purchases the 46-Mile long Line of the Eastern N. C. and Va. Terminal Railway. Bristol, Va,, Mirch 24. George L. Carter, of Bristol, tbe wealthy railroad builder, mine owner and capitalist, has purchased the North Carolina & Virginia Terminal Rail road, a forty five mile line in Eist- ern North Carolina, and a frontage of nearly a mile along the Atlantic at Southport, N. C. Carter i3 intercfeted with Thomas F. Ryan. At the first annual meeting of the stockholders of, the Carolina Clinch field & Ohio Railroad, held yestero day and presided over by President George L. Carter, the purchase of the South & Western, a f 50,000,000 , ! n l K n n 1 n. 1 K. rrU..-.&e l.t 1) nun F n . u a. I ropm.si. oi orK,. m ccw Auania, u., Mircn s. auo oiaie executive committee of the Populist party today selected 49 delegates to the national convention, April 2, adopted resolutions disapproving the policiesof the preeent Georgia State administration, and decided to call a State convention of the party at a date to be selected later, for the uuuuiuauon oi canuiuaies ior govi ernor and other State officers. I Amnncr tho dpIPtratpa ut laro-A w rrhnm V Wntanr. it "r - -p" -. . .. Cain's Wife. "I never discuss marriage," said the late Gen. Fitzhugh Lee, "with out thinking of an old colored preacher in my State who was ad dressing his dark-skinned congrega tion, when a white man arose in the back of the building. tt man, and land of Nod. after he killed Abnl. and Eve as being on earth at that time. Who, then, did Cain marry ?' j "The colored nreachpr Hnnrtprl I with unfeigned contempt. Huh ! he said, "you hear dat, brederen and sisters? You hear dat fool question I am axed? Cain, he went to de land o' Nod just as de Good . . tw r,, ih hMMUl.l.nifMaJB!ttaiM arM rr- i- Mr. Preacher," said the white f uu uiy arnjy wounu ar'a 01 you are talklncr about Cain, i u i..r . vou said he ect married in thn dealer In the world. I use it, too, Book tells us, an' in de land o' Nodlsumed in an article. "The S jutn Cain gits so lazy an so shif'iess dat - - i he up an' marries a gal o' one o' dem no families. 'count pore white trash dat de inspired apostle didn't consider fitten' to mention in de Holy Word.' "Everybody's Magazine. Father Yes, I admit your lover has a good income; but he has very expensive tastes, very. Daughter You amaze me. What does he ever want that he is so very expensive ? Father Well, you, for one thing. St. Louis Star. Inquisitive If, as you say you knew this man to be a rake, why did you invite him to your house ? Hen peck- Heavens, man I I never dreamed he would elope with my daughter ; I thought he wnuld carry off my wife. Memphis Star. NO USE TO DIE. "I have found out that ther s no use to die of lung trouble as long as you can get Dr. King's New Dis covery," says Mrs. J. P. White, of Rushboro, Pa. "I would not be alive today only for that wonderful medicine. It loosens up a cough quicker than anything else, and cures iung-disease even after the easels pronounced hopeless." This most reliable remedy for coughs and colds, lagrippe, asthma. broneMtu -hoarseness, is sold under guarantee mi aruggists. 50c and $1.00. Trial bottle free: Nf Drr, i t taoiber Uttfctxmitslhctt:;- ( ran isirrwri.v. v wtitt Ut odT it yoor chorea t- liV fiT. Deal bUrse ts f; . . ' Uvar it ct help iu T ,t - wvli wise &r -mUitt by Toreka clrl caa.. . th? 0,hrr . aked what the miobttrN u i "Dod'rt afraid, and 1 you a tied quill," wa the log answer. invctigiion that the central thought uf w mon bad been "tear not, and send you a comforter. Ktni Good Rcadlnc Mttt Iont you want nome gou-1 r matter 7 ir you uo ami i M . f it cheap r?nu u i .- sit utcr lotion to Til K Caitaman . . ... i ..others' Magazine," "jr-M 1 roPnta" and Dremaking at 1 i I a i i nM 9 50 ct?nt a year or f i ,u f h fl lhrce tRa the prict ofTi , caslan i $1 ,00 a year, but by , r U Ing from us now you can tu naivr and tbe three magazn j one year for only 11 ,2r . If y. u lr. not satisfied your money s returned. Send m yourwrii u , i; GOOD FOR EVERY Ho it Y. Mr. Norman R. Coulter, j ru,. nent architect In tha BvUmti Wui.i ing, San Francisco, says: 4 I tu:.y endorse all that has Inx-n ui (f Electric Bitters as a tonic mlki,.. It U good for every body. It corm i. stomach, liver and kidney li- rJ,; in a prompt and efficient niinur and builds up the system." KUtrk Bitters is tho best Hprlug im.li.ir ever sold over a druggists omnia; as a blood purifier it is utuUilfj. 50c. at all druggists. "Did you go to see the mint win, iu Philadelphia ?" "No, sir," answered Colom 1 Stiii- well. "I voted for prohibiii. it, sir. and I am not going to subject ii i y f to any needless temptation, -ir - Washington Star. I If A OilPA ntl m- :fm that Iil nrI 11 i. ' titled remedy, Mrs. Winh.o' SooTiilMfi Svrup. for children teething. It soothes the Child, M,f- tens tne gums, allays all pain, cum wind collie, and is the best rewt-Jj for Diarrhoea. Twenty-five cenbi bottle. Guaranteed undr the Food ard Drugs Act, June 30th, 190G. ttri.i J Numeer 1098. "Wrinkled. UOIiy 1NO, 1 Won't wash mj I f. t i 4 i i i t- a jusi uam to wasn my UCf . ... .. ... uranuma An i naughty, nativity: When I was a little girl 1 alwiy washed my face. Dolly Yrs bd' now look at ! Cleveland Leader. BEST HEALER IN THE WOULD Rev. F. Starbird, of East Kay- inond, Maine, says : "I have uwi Bucklen's Arnica Salve for K-vml witn Sreat success in ray veterinary business." Price 25c. at all drug- g ' What's in McCIureV. The April McClure's i so full of a number of things that few readers will care to miss It. I ihe Uarl Schurz memoirs are re- After the War," a graphic picture of the desolation and devastation of the South, and the anxieties of tbe Federal government in that critical period. Burton J. Hendrick tell of Hughes' achievements as Governor of New York. Ellen Terry is a en tertaining as usual in "Some of My Associates of the Stage." Miss Mil mines continues The Life of Mrs. Eddyt giving the history of tbe "Romantic Movement in Christian Science." Professor Munsterberz in "The Prevention of Crime" takes issue with Lombroso, and places tbe responsibility for criminals on or ganized society. Mrs. Cutting'- de lightful novel of suburban life, "flc Wayfarers," is running serially. There are short stories for 'l states. THE LUCKY QU ARTE it Is the one you pay out for a box of Dr. King's New Life Pills: They bring you the health that's more precious than jewels. Try them ft headache, billlousness, constipation and malaria: If they disappoint you the price will be cheerfully re funded at all druggists. Why lie Mourned O'Flahhagan came home one nigbt with , a" deep band of black crape around his hat. "Why, Mike I" exclaimed bis wife. "What are yon wearin' that mournful thing for ?" "I'm wearin' it for your first hus band," replied Mike firmly. I' sorry he'.8 dead 1" Everybody's Magazine. ; . it... i V it- .