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DANGER AHEAD FOR THE FLEET 00 YCU KNOW WHAT WHITE LEAD IS? Art a4 ft wera fit Chief Use and t Method of Deter ralnuiM CvfOd Irom BJ Explained. White tad Is the standard palot material all ovr the wr.rld. It la made by corrodtnjc m'tal'.lc lead loto a white powder, through ipolm It to the fum of wmk eretlc acid and carbonic arid ma; tfcH ponder la tben icrnund and mlid with llned oil. r-aMns a :hkk fsf. lo blrh form it la parked ani poid for painting irirpoj" The painter 1hin It down ro tr rosr rnnltenry for apiHa- u n by the addition of mora lloaetd oil. The a hove refers, of ronre, to i...r . tannine White 1-ad only. Adnl-trnt-d and fak "White lad." of when there are many brand on the market, ti generally some aort ot roir.i-mltlon containing only a !r--nage of wblte lead sometlraea no White I-ad at all; In aurh Bluff. i:iren or ground rork. rhalk. and n-rllar cheap substance are oted to fHk bulk and Imitate the appear--fiie r,f pure White Lead. There Is. however, a ponltlre tet hlch the purity or impurity of ' ;ie LeaU rimy be ro?ed or ei- t-fore pointing with It. I be blow-pipe flame will reduce r- vVhit ld o metallic lead. If i iM.d White Lead be thiia tested . l it only partially reduces to lead, r ;t re i'lue. It I proof that mn. eie waa there besides :. Lend r... ShiimiihI lead Company guar . 1' U tile Lend imld in pac k- t eMMiiK ita '"Hutch Hoy Painter" -- u.aik to prove abrolutely pure .. .r ibis i!iw-plpe test, and that . n) n-ike the tent yourself In & t' w, thv will gend free blow-pipe and every- j fsc nc-ary to make the i ini.''f rr with a valuable booklet .taint AddreK. National Lead ;hc.v vvoabrldge UulMIng, Nw Proverbs and Phrases. A hunlrc years cannot repau a 'Moment's loss of honor. Italian. The cheaper advice w to get th ore it costs you to follow it. lie ware the peese when the foi preaches. Italian. Jpp?-rcrc Rternera Collide and Many rarscn-jcrs Drown. T..ki. Hv Cablp. The Mutsti Ma ru, ai SO'l-ton e-.ast;ii? strarner be lonirinij lo t he Yuzen Kaisha line, was f-uuk in a collision with the Ili.levoshi Mam, (MI tons, at 2:30 Monday morning two miles off Todo llokoe. near Hakodate. The captain of the Miitsu Maru, a majority of her 211 passengers and 43 of th crew perished. The Ilideyoshi Marti nnd another steamer rescued the sur vivors. In regard to the marketing of American motor cars In Turkey Vice Consul General William Smtth-Lyto f.dvlses that owing. to the impossible roads and streets there are no pn nccts whatever for business In the Constantinople district. That Dry Hacking Cough needs attention. Ask your druggist for Brown's Bronchial Troches, which will quickly relieve the cough. To have the approval of one's con science is always worth while. H. n. Green's Sosb. ot Atlanta, Oa.. ara the only successful Dropsy Specialists In tha w rid. See tholr libera offer In advertise ment In another oolutnn ot this paper. Force without judgment . falls by its own weight Horace. So. 13-'08 Itch cured in 30 mimitea by Wool ford' SaniUry Lotion. Never faiie. At druggists. A good cause makes a stout heart and a strong arm. German. How many American women in lonely homes to-day lone: for this blessing to come into their lives, and to be able to utter these words, but because of some organic derange ment this happiness is denied them. Every woman interested in this subject should know that prepara tion for healthy maternity is accomplished by the use o: LYDIAE.PINKHAIVl'S VEGETABLE COMPOUND Mrs. Maggie Gilmer, of West Union; &. Cwrites to Mrs. rrnJoiam "I was greatly run-down in health from a weakness peculiar to my sex, when Lydia E. Pinkham' s "Vegetable Compound was recommended to me. It not only restored me to perfect health but to my delight I am a mother." Mrs. Josephine Hall, of Bardstown, ny., writes : " I was a very great sufferer from female troubles, and my physician failed to help me. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege table Compound not only restored me . to perfect health, but I am now a proud mocner. ' FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN. For thirty years Lydia E. Pink- nam's Vegetable Compound, made from roots and herbs, has been the standard remedv for fpinnlft ill and has positively cured thousands of women who have been troubled with displacements, inflammation, ulcera tion, fibroid tumors, irregularities, penotuc pams, DacKacne, mat bearing-down feeling, flatulencv. indieres tion, dizziness or nervous prostration. Why don't you try it ? Mrs. Pinkham invites all sick women to write her for advice. She has guided thousands to tiealtiu Address, Lynn, Mass. ' ' l?vMf CALll OHMA CIIUJ4 AKK FORMING LEAP-YEAR PROPOSAL CLUES. Cartoon by li. C. WUliama, in the Chicago Kew. Sing Ho! For Our Gallant Fleet Now in Magdalena Bay Mow "Fighting Bob" and the Men Behind the Guns Brought the "'Big Sixteen"- Safely to Anchor in That Beautiful Harbor. WHAT THE CREWS EAT ON Magdalena Bay. Lower California, Ha San Diego, Cal. It Is probable that the fleet will leave here between April 5 and April 10. Stops will be made at San Diego, the ports of Los Angeles. Santa Barbara and Santa Cruz. At Los Angeles the fleet will be divided into divisions of four ships parh. to be anchored off Long Beach, San Tedro, Redondo, Venice and Santa Monica. It is not unlikely that the fleet first will steam In single line formation tip the coast along the line of the various ports and then divide. This would make a splendid naval pa geant whicj might be witnessed by the people of those rities. Again, on departure, the fleet will probably form in single column and sail north, repeating the parade. A simultan eous salute, s-.'ch as was given in some of the South American ports, may be fired. Target Practice. Target practice will occupy prob ably about three weeks. There will bb ro battle practice, that being held in the fall of the year. Preliminary practice is limited to two ships, the Kansas and the Vermont, which have not yet fired all their guns in practice. All will engage in record target prac tice. There will be four ranges, four ships firiug at a time The rafts for the rits were finished and towed out to the grounds, to the southeast of where the squadron was anchored. Thre? cr four of the ships, including the (Jeorgia, Rhode Island, Kansas an i Vermont, were on the range lay ing oat the lines and anchoring buoys for th? attachment of the targets and for the guidance of the ships. The frames of tho targets were towed out by a tug. Coal I'roMem Met, Captain II. R. Ingersoll, chief of i stftir to H par-A din Ira I Evans, upon whom ra;ic!j nf the detail work in ccnn:c:ion with ihe voyage has fall en. ?s.;d: "The plr'.ns which were formu lated lasf Augi'Ft for the coaling on the present cruise . provided for the u?o of eighty tons per steaming mile. Tp;i thr? vas added ei?ht tons daiiy for various necessary allow-aiu- s. We have found that we were abH to k?en well within U1I3 esti mate and maintain the ten-knot speed. The arrangements for coaling at all our various stopping, places nave been carried out, and the prear r?n?ii plans have proved entirely adc quate "At Rio we took on 24,000 tons, at Pimta Arenas 21.000. at Callao 21.000. and at Magdalena, when we have finished with the colliers, we shall s.ave taken on 35.000 tons addi tional. This supply will be adequate to last until we arrive at San Fran cisco. This provides also for the coal !o Yi us?d In our target practice. All this amount of coal was provided, with tha exception of the amounts taken on at Rio and Trinidad, fron chartered colliers. The Provisions. 'The supply rhip loads and the previsions for the fleet were com mtsl at the same time as the coal estimate, and submitted to the de art!n?nt. TI'cs? have worked out to erf'?eficn. Out fresh meat lasted inlil we reached Magdalena, where ve still had 200,000 pounds left ver We had 1,000,000 pounds of rresh meat when we started. The bakeries on our ships have supplied us with from 900 to 10CO loaves of bread daily. We started with half a million pounds of potatoes, which supply was exhausted at Punta Are nas. We issued the last 4000 pounds there. From there to Soldiers Who l)esertel Sus pected of Killing Lugger's Crevr. Havana, Cuba. Corporal Cooper and privates Grinelly and Farley, of the United States Army, were lodged in jail at Pinar del Rio on the charge of murdering two men who were manning a lugger which they had chartered to get away from the island after deserting on March 3. A gunboat picked up the lugger while it was drifting off the coast. The bodies of the missing boatmen have not been found. The soldiers were turned over to Colonel Parker. Halls of Congress. Mr. Simmons, of North Carolina. 3poke in support of the ship subsidy bill. Mr. Bacon, of Georgia, spoke on a! 'eged executive encroachments on the egislative power. Representative Lilley testified be "ore the House committee which is vestigaticg his" charges. The House Committr : on Appro bations reported a pension bill hich abolishes all agencies in out de cities and consolidates payments ji a central distributing agency in kVashiniitoi; THE LONG PRACTICE VOYAGE crews were rationed with dehydrated or dried regetables, which were found to be most satisfactory. At Callao we took on 238,000 pounds of potatoes, which lasted until we reached Magdalena. Here the Buffalo met us with 200 tons more. This will last ten days, until the Culgoa can get here froia San Diego, where she was sent froni Callao with orders to take on stores and return here. She will give us enough fresh provis ions to last until we arrive at our final destination at San Francisco, "The trip has demonstrated that the Atlantic fleet can go to any part of the world if coal is provided. The men and officers of the fleet have not regarded the present cruise in tho same remarkable sonse that the pub lic has. With them it has merely been a day's work nothing more. However, they are all gratified at the successful conclusion of the cruise to date. It merely confirms our expec tations." Fail are to Rescue Jns. Much disappointment is expressed throughout the fleet over the failure of the expedition to rescue the Amer can sailor Jeffs from Indefatigable Island. The fleet passed within about forty miles of the island, and the ten der Yankton was sent in to make the search. The landing party from the tender searched all habitable parts of the island for two days. Remains of camp fires were found in several places, but no trace of the sailor was discovered. In one place a razor was found with Jeffs' Initials on it. It is the belief of the men on the Yankton that the marooned sailor has been picked up by some passing vessel. Search wa3 made in every possible place where the man could have con cealed himself before perishing, but it was without result The Town of Magdalena. The little town of Magdalena has not grown to any appreciable ettent because of the fleet's visit. It Is about the same size that it has been for years past. It consists of a row of one and two-story whitewashed houses located on the northern shore of -what is known as Man of War Cove. The houses sit back from the beach some fifty feet and extend for perhaps 1000 yards along the shore. Mr. Henay, a cousin of Francis J, Heney, the assistant district attorney of San Francisco, is the only full white man in the place. He has re sided here for the last eight years as local manager of a company control ling 4,120,000 acres of land which fronts along the bay. A young wom an, a cousin of Mr. Heney, and her mother reside with him. The remain der of the population is entirely Mex ican. There are normally about 115 people in the place On the ranch horses and cattle are rer.red. The cattle arc killed for local consump tion. Water is the great problem. Ordinarily, it Is brought from many miles inland, and frequently is fur nished to Mr. Heney by warships in the harbor, which liave distilling plants. The day before the arrival of the Atlantic fleet the steamship Curacao, from La P-.z, landed thirty-eight Mex icans at Magdalena. and the question of food and water for them was a se rious problem. Mr. Heney solved it by sharing a supply from the ships. Governor Sanginez and his official party are quartered at Mr. Heney's residence. Within the last two days two or three new buildings of a temporary nature have sprung up along the beach and are being used by Mexican Hundred i'ersons Quit Theatre Seats to Shake Schmitz's ITand. San Francisco. As a demonstra tion of the feeling against the graft prosecution and its methods, the au dience at the Lyceum Theatre chesred former Mayor Schmitz as he stalked up the aisle between tue acts of "Rob ert Emmet." "Three cheers for Mayor Schmitz," some one shouted. Nearly every per son In the audience joined in the cheering. A hundred or more nersons left their seats and shook Iand- im. Jottings About Sports. The New York Yacht Club's racing season will begin on Thursday. June IS. . The Automobile Club of America has withdrawn from membership In tha American Automobile Associa tion. A. J. Joyner has been engaged as trainer for H. P. Whitney's race horses in the place of the late J. J. Rogers. . - The best move agitated in baseball in a long lime i$ Ban Johnson's war on rowdy rooting. Unfair partisan ship in this regard reaches the disa graceful stage. , doht cars roa drss. tor Off aer ecrecxtiss rS at fU Hvr sst ti. As4 to- Uk see tjJttt tie Nsrta t vel ten irvsa I 4r'e4 fat kr recstlr. tt vu i $lmpW I of wait Trim with a ttia aa4 re'JL TbU laat wa ai?l ! It p!e toy a JtS4 ifghUv port! oa tha TrtUi telr. walea was arras f4 o""" crnaMoa. Cannea gylT, wfei!!i!re4 Qwa of Roomafila- aJTect tie cfeaxmlaf fiowlax drarorlea of fcr coaairj. vita : a io.t lart t3 kU ta poaltioa with jewelled plaa. The farorlU color ol Queeo EJeao of Italy It Cray. Wllbeteiam ef HoUl feel. moat at lose la a Ullor made sown, and the Dowager Que a of Epaia bat brilUaat toite in patteraed krocadea tad aIIka.Worth la Harper Baiar. TO CLEAN LACE. To reator lace, either Mac or arhite, when toiled, place It la mila for 12 or IS hour. The milk becomca icid; the lace ahou!d then be gently washed la It and afterwards well j rinsed la clean lukewarm water and I laid out smooth upon a pillow la ins fcua. Boston Post. DEEP CRACKS FROM ECZEMA. Could Lav Slite-Pencil In On liauds in Dreadful State Dieae Defied Treatment for 1 Years Cared by Cuticura. I had eczema on my hand for about aevea rear and during that tiuia 1 ta4 used several so-called remedies, together with phyaiclana' and druggut' prescrip tions, lha disease was so baa on my hand that I coold lay a slate-pencil in one of the cracks and a rule placed acrosa the hand would not touch the pencil. 1 kept using remedy after remedy, and while soma gave partial relief, none relieved as much as did the first box of Cuticura Ointment. 1 made a purchase of Cuticura Soap and Ointment and my hands were perfectly cured after two boxea of Cuticura Oint ment and one cake of Soap we med. W. II. Dean, Newark, Del., Max. 28, 1907." Ienorance of the law excuses no a one. Only One "Itromo Quinine m 1. T . . . Cinm i ( 111 i Ml n A TtOK for the signature of E. W. Grove. Uadthe World over to Cure a Old in uneuay. Sunday is not a day for legal pro- eeedins. HAD ECZE.il a 13 t. Thnm Thrnartn of ClarksvUle. Oa . writes, under d;tte ot April 23, liO: "I ru-Tored 15 years with tormentina; ecaetna, hod the b?st doctor to prcrioe; pui noui- ins did me aw good until I got tettebixe. 3rVr.rthee:rtoatlfr to almllar enres. Tettkbise Id sold by druggists or . v .11 CU Kit T T UnniTITVI I seni vj ma" iwi "- "J ' L)cpt. A, Savannah. Ga. Negative words are necesary in a statute to effect a repeal of the com mon law. What Canses Headache. FromOetobei tolla, Colds are the most frequent cause of Heartache, Laxative Bromo Quinine removes cause Jrove on box. CSc. E. W. SORE FEET IN LITTLE CHICKENS. This disease is not common, but it is very troublesome" when it once attacks a flock. The dlsase somewhat resembles foot rot in sheep, for the toes seem to be eaten away. It af fects only young chickens and may be gotten rid of by keeping the quar ters occupied by the chicks dry and cTean; wash the feet of the afflicted fowls with a fresh solution of nap- creol and warm water about a tea- spoonful to a pint of water. Then apply a good ointment daily, which can be made by adding a teaspoonful of napcreol to half a pint of melted lard, stirring until cool. Or carbolic acid may be used in about the same proportion as the napcreol. Thorough ly disinfect coops and runs, using air-slaked lime plentifully, and giv ing the fowls good, nourishing fool Weekly Witness. CULTURE OF FLIES. Fly breeding has long been popu lar on many farms. The simplest methods are to leave manure and rts fuse vegetables, fruit and house waste undisturbed. The flies are not slow to seize the opportunity. -American Agriculturist. On "the Cape-to-Cairo railroad, near Bulawayo, there is to be seen the longest stretch of track in the world. It is 71 miles without the slightest variation. Usage is the best interpreter of things. HAPPY OLD AGE Most Likely to Follow Proper Eating. As old age advances, we require less food to replace waste, and food that will not overtax the digestive or gans, while supplying true nourish ment. Such an Ideal food Is found In Grape-Nuts, made of whole wheat and barley fly long baking and action of diastase in the barley which changes the starch into sugar. The phosphates also, placed up un: der tho; bran-coat of the wheat, are included in Grape-Nuts, but left out of white flour. They are necessarr to the building of brain and nerve cells. "1 have used Grape-Nuts," writes an Iowa man, "for 8 years and fet'l as good and am stronger than I was-.en years ago. I am over 74 years old and attend to my business every day. "Among my customers I meet a man every day who is 92 years old and attributes his good health to the use of Grv -Nuts and Postum which he has nsed for the last 5 years. He mixes Grape-Nuts with Postum csd says they go fine together. "For many years before I began to eat Grape-Nuts I could not say that I enjoyed lite or knew what it was to be able to say 'I am well.' I suffered greatly with constipation, now my habits are as regular as ever in my life. "WheneTer 1 make extra effort I depend on Grape-Nuts food and it Just fills the bill. I can think and write a great doal easier." "There's a Reason." Name given by Postum Co., Battle Creek. Mich. Read "The Road to WellTiHe."' in For 41 jmm m s rkUa ef kSawy trosbbaa &4 doctor aa.14 fc etM Btrr t carol. "I woo try toC vrjrUI.- W 0-.0. 4 Ok O M back vao Ust 4 e ana very twice Uroaga ta- I om uj erm4 uaa w " ey ri0",,T,ll mt. Retlf I oogmi mM Doo- . Kiuney nm, wn hi -- have gtvea rae otiro relief." Sold br all deolera. fcO cecta a dox Feater-MU&ura Co.. BaCalo, N. T. Blaek cara U behind tho rid . l TT man oa porac doc avti m TtiM. U for IWfieid Tea wfcea tin km w ullow, the teflfae coated, aad whaai headache are treqaeat. subsequent ratification is equiT- aUent to a pnor command. Ittllion Dollar Grass. Most remarkable grasa of the century. Good for three roustag crop annuauy. Oae Iowa farmer on 100 acie sold SO0.CO worth of seed and had 300 tons of hay besides. It is immense. Da try it. IOB 10c A5D THIS ICOT1CE m1 to the John A. Salter beed I- Cros-ss, Wis., to pay postage, etc., and tnv will mail rou the only cngm lai seea catalog publwheJ in Aiane vttt san; p! of liilhon Dollar (Irass, Macaroni U'aeat. the sly millfr miner, fcainfoin the dry soil luxunator, ictona Kape, tae -JC a ton gTeen food producer, Silver Kins Parley yielding JUJ Du. per acre, c, trie. etc. ... ..... , And if vou send lc we win aaa a pacK age of new farm seed neer before s?en hv von. John A. falzer Seed Co.. La Lroise, Wis. A. C. L- Worrv for worry's sake seems to be the working motto of many people, The General Demand of the Well-Informed of the World has always been for a simple, pleasant and efficient liquid laxative remedy of known , Uvative which nhvsicians could sanction for family use because its com- ponent parts are known to them to be wholesome and tndy beneficial in effect, ..H. thi. KvKt.m and gentle, vet r - vl"""'v J ' - prompt, in action sliniliv;no. that demand with its ex- rrv o cellent combination of Syrup of Figs and Elixir of Senna, the California Fig Syrup p proceeds alone ethical lines and relies A, ;i.fiui : v ,1, on me menu ui iuBia.wuvc iw i itowuh- able success. That is one of many reasons why Syrup of Figs and Elixir of Senna is given the preference by the Well-informed. To get its beneficial effects always buy the genuine manufactured by the Cali fornia Fig Syrup Co., only, and for sale by all leading druggists. Price fifty cents rer bottle. PUTNAM Color more irnodR brlehter and faster colors than any can dye any garment without ripping apart. Write Lame, Sore m Sleepless, I Was Cured By Mlnard'8 Liniment My right arm and hand were so lame and pained me so with rheumatism that I could not raise it to my head to comb my hair, so I had to bend over most double to comb it on the top of my head; they pained me at night so that I could not sleep very good. I used a number of remedies for rheumatism, but none did me any good until I tried Minard's Liniment; then I got help and now I won't be without it in the house. ' It will do all you claim for it, and I find it good for headaches and sore throat, too. I can't thank you enough for what it -has done for me and my brother, who has used it on his back and limbs and'got great help from it. He's seventy-one years old. I gave one of my . neighbors some, and she says the same as I do. Yours truly, MRS. EMMA (VI. WOODS Enfield, Mass, A special bottle sent free on reque3t. Minard's Liniment Mfg. Oo., Booth Framingham, Mass. More and Better Tobacco Bigger Profits r 8lff The labor is harvest a poor vv urn vfin mn cri yields per acre" and get a far better 7 quality of tobacco by using IR Virgmia - Fertilizers why not use them this season ? There's no reason why you cannot accomplish the same as thousands of others. Mr V C. Love, of Tinkling, Va., says "As a producer of fine tobac- co.I do not feel I can say enough for your fertilizer. It makes tobacco that brings me more money than any other fertilizer I can get. I have tried many other brands but none equaled yours. I believe Virginia-Carolina Fertilizers to be the best on the market for tobacco." Virginia Carolina Fertilizers contain better and hieher K-'?: .,, . 3 ,U4til "' -"ier uranas ot tobacco tertilizer. fhey will increase the yield per acre, and improve the texture and quality of the tobacco you grow, so you can. get a better price per pound than ever before. Z&A sales s and one will be sent you Virginia-Carolina Chemical Co. Richmond, Vfc KoH6Ik,V. CoteabU, S. C Atlanrj.Ga. Sjtw1i . Cm. MdBtraoerr. AIM. Ctautotoa. Btbnoce. Jfew.phis.rain. rwwV . nn- war metaea. ia tof iStattl iit ua far 191 7 . berta. Forty ftrV ei4 tnajartty declared ia asy waer aOH . ta??r.y. wy 03 Pall Mall CaieUe. rilr Cared loH la- poo Oiauaeet ta rM r.ud Tha man who baa the courage to tell the troth mually baa the bravery to defend it. grxKMA (rnro j R. Maxwl. AUaala. Oa. aara: aurepM aoay with mat Ttted sU dlffsrsat remedl-s aa4 In dsapair. wha a &Ur ia mm iu j rhSrtrUVi TatTiataa. After ola tS wonhotyour rartaaiaa aai omp I a coiapl.t.fr curd. I e-anot aay Ujj moh la Its pralaa" famaiiia at 4ruggf or bt mall . Koap i. T. sacrtatsa, TUpU A. Savannah. Oa. A Canadian iufferin from cancer at Tenino, Wash., killed hit wife, three children and himself. 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