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The Diamond Drill.
THOS. CONI.IN, Editor. CRYSTAL FALLS t MICHIGAN i It NOVEMBER 1898. t t t 13 20 4 27 Csa. 14 21 23 Tue. 8 15 22 29 Ved.iThur. 16 23 30 10 17 24 Frl. 11 18 25 Sat. 12 19 26 A WEEK'S RECORD All ilw News of tho Tast Seven Days Condensed. IIOME AND FOREIGN ITEMS Nowaof tho Industrial FicliL Personal ana Political Items, Happenings at Homo and Abroad. TIIB SEWS FROM ALL THE WOULD waii ivr.ws. Tl hospital fcti I p Pay Stale reached Iloston from Puerto Pico with 113 sick and ceovalcscent soldiers of the Sixth Massachusetts regiment, Pecnuc of the who'esole emigration of Indigent Jamaicans to th? Island of Culm tho Amerltun ofiicials have warned ttrF.'sh subjects not to proceed to Ctiba without visible mean of sup port. The Acrna Wreckirg company of San FranHscolns made rrquest upon the navy depnreirent for author!" to raUe the battleship Maine. The United States hn decided Ions mme the Phil'ppln? debt of $40,000,000 and toclalm l;centlre IMiilippine archi pelago, and tl c Spailli commissioner will be notiiU'l to this effect. I Commissioner of lvnslonrFvans savs that up to September W the war with Spain bad caused lh loss of the lives of 2.0oo American s Idlers and sailors. J Admlrnt Dewey in a report to the navy department concerning the min eral resources of the Hands says that coal In large tiantitics and good qual j f to be found on Luzon and adja- cent islands. I The Spanish cruiser Infanta Maria Teresa, which was raised ami repaired under the direction of Naval Con structor Hobson, sailed from Cuba for Norfolk. Vu. The transport Zenlandla with 600 neu sailed from San Francisco for Ma nila. The American military commission in Havana sent word for the last time to the Spanish commission that the evacuation of the island by the Spanish troops must be completed before Jan uary 1. MaJ. (Jen. Henry W. Lawton, who ar rived Ui Washington from Santiago, expressed satisfaction at the manner in which affair were moving- In San tiago province. The war invcKtlgutlon commission has completed Its tour of the southern camps, and the majority of the members left for Washington. A cablegram received nt the navy do partment announces the arrival at Hah la. Ilrn7.il. of the buttleships Oregon and Iowa. The United States has demanded tho surrender by Spain of the entire Phil ippine archipelago. No disposition will be made of the great fleet of auxiliary vessels pur chased for the navy during and preced ing the war until after peace has tcen formally declared. The completion of the treasury re turns for October leave the net cost of the Spanish war up to the present time about SlGO.OOO.OOO. Preparation tt being made for the troops to spend the winter at Hunts ville, Ala. A contract Involving the ex penditure of $55,000 has been let for the erection of mess halls and sheds. The Spanish regular troops In Cuba ere now scattered and number about 80,775. The wives of Gens. Prooks, Sheridan and Grant arrived In San Juun on the transport Obdam from New York. Commander Snow, who Is to relieve Admiral ftchley na commandant of the Fan Juan naval station, sailed from New York. The American peace commissioners have Informed the Spanish commis sioners that the latter must complete their work In a few days. IIOMKSTIC. Got. Miguel A, Otero, of New Mexico, In his annual report to the secretary of the interior says the population Is now 282.900 and recommends the early ad mission of New Mexico to statehood. At Ilouirhtnn, Mich.. John Gillies. William Poyer and William'.. Mnllon were killed and Daniel La Frenler wns fn tolly Injured by the explosion of a boiler nt rc Calumcnt & 1 1 rein mills. ,, The prea. pace piMlee In Philadel phia w as oroiight to ft glorious con clusion after the rrdedlcatlon of Inde pendenee niM, the li'o!le lulltig from whirS t')e d"I' ration of Ind pendente wr irn.l t ! people of the new rep'iblt or .Tm'v '77l Time sliirht but dislinet earl hqualir nhoi-kn wen fell in ( Vvrtaml O Mnrty-t.lne yrnrs In prison was the entcnee George Moore pot nt Fort Worth. Trx., for his connection with the f'anfn Ic train holdup near there In July last. Trcfldent McKlnl?y 'rsued r procla mation namir.g November 21 as Thauks giving day. In a trial trip at San Francisco the torpedo boat Farragut attained a speed of better than 30 knots sn hour. The annual report or seconu As sistant Postmaster-General William S. S. ShalleiilMfiger shows the number of mall routes at the close or the year was 3.1,703; total mileage, 40.4(11. aud says $50,941,000 will be required for ex penses next year. "'" John Kenned), aged 15. shot and mor tally wounded hi sweetheart, May Peck in Knoxviile. Tenn and then killed himself. Jealousy was the cause, Kdwurd Fstabrook und C. lioy Poh ertson. prominent young men of Al bion (Mich.) college, were drowned while duck hunting. A party of boys playing Halloween pranks in Toledo. O., frightened Mrs. William Saguer ho badly that she died A bcvere earthquake shock was felt at Norfolk, Vu. The output of ore in the Cripple Creek (Col.) district in October Is valued at $1.4W,I30. the highest for any mouth in the history of the camp. The annual report of the general su perintendent of the railway mail serv Ice estimates that $S.U'JS.IIS will be re quired for salaries of clerks for the year ending June 30. IDOO. nnd $1,204,500 for railway post oflicecars. Tli tUtble Riinolv of irraln in the Unitetl States on the 31st ult. was: J Wheat, 15. I7C.OO0 bushels; corn, 24.571, 000 bushels; oats. C.373,000 bushels; rye. 1.12H.00O bushels; barley, 3,207.000 bush els. J. K. Mertz. one of the best-known Grand Army of the Pcpublic men In the west, dropped dead in u hotel In Minne apolis. The gates of the Trans-MlsslsslppI exposition at Omnha closed for go. d ufter a successful season, somethltg over $100,000 remaining to be divided among the stockholders. A boiler exploded In a Bteel plant at Pcllalre, O.. fatally Injuring six men. Iimbert Wilt, who lied from Pohemla witli $45,000 of the funds of the bank for which lie had been chief comp troller, was captured' In u St. Louis hotel. J. F. Phillips, treasurer of the Chi cago, Hock Island & Pacific railroad, died suddenly at his home in Chicago, aged 01 years. lie had been connected w ith the road for 30 years. John II. Mason L Sons, cotton goods manufacturers in Providence, 11. L, failed for $$10,000. During the past season 14 vessels of the Gloucester (Mass.) fishing tleet were lost, 82 men drowned, 23 women made widows nnd 55 children left fa therless; property loss, $170,000, At a special election in lexas'the constitutional amendment to pension ex-confc'Icr-ltP soldiers In the state was defeated. Near Hamilton, Ala., Daniel Holll- day and John MeLeod, prominent plautcrs and brothers-in-law, quar reled, and Ilollulay shot MeLeod dead and then killed himself. Adam Hammer became insane in Her.ver Dam, Wis., and securing a gun wounded nine men and was himself shot to prevent his doing further in jury. JamtM Hathaway and Alono Ar bury, lS-year-old boys-who attempted to hold up and rob a train near St. Joseph, Mo., werescntenced to five years lu the penitentiary. The public debt statement issued on the 1st shows that the debt increased $43,4S7,717 during the month of Octo ber. The cash balance in the treas ury was $'.)33.2 19.397. The total debt, less tie .ash balance In the treasury, amounts to $1,110,000,022. St. Louis has decided to have a word's fair in ICiJ. Seven of a party of California gold seekers fn Alaska perished In quick sand. Navigation on the upper Yukon river between Dawson and the lakes has closed for the season. The total coinage at the United States mints during October was $S, C00.841, as follows: Gold. $5.1S0.()00; sliver, $3,354,191; minor coins, $00,050. During the four months of the pres ent fiscal year the government receipts exceeded those for the corresponding period iu 1897 by over $00,000,000. Cincinnati is to be the northern terminus of a new fast system of pas senger transportation between the north and Cuba. II. S. Nlcholls. publisher of rare books in London, failed for $520,000. The cabinet of Japan resigned, the ministers being unatlc to ngrco upon filling the portfolio of education. Helen Fauclt (Lady Martin), the cele brated English uctress who retired from the stage many years ego, died la London, ujjed 70 years. Poionski, the celebrated Kusfiian poet, died In SU Petersburg. A new cnbinet for France has been formed with Dupuy as premier and minister of the Interior and M.deFrey cinet us minister of war. Oflicial figures on the recent vote in Canada on the question of prohibition show a majority in fuvor of prohibi tion of 13.SSI. Trance will retire from Fashoda un conditinally and without asking wm penatlon and thus avert war with I'ugland. Tho coalition of the three Central American states Salvador, Nicaragua and Honduras which will be con ducted under a common administra tion to be known as the United States of Central America, has been effected. A RUPTURE EXPECTED. Official Notice of llreaklnat of Trace NruutlMtlona la LooUcd Fur at Tarla. 1.ATCIU IT.ItSOXAl. .(Ml POMTK At Col. William Hydo, uged C2 years, died In St. Louis. He was for many years managing editor of the IJepub liean, now the l!epubic. Col. George K. Waring, president of the Cuban sanitary commission, died of jellow f'cr at his home In New York, aged C7 years. David Harpster, known throughout the country as one of the most exten sive wool growers in Ohio, died at his home In Harpster, aged 82 years. C. A. Wall, one of the oldest news paper men in the country, died In Wor cester, Mass., aged 79 years, lie ha1 been connected with the Spy since 1S37 Nearly the entire business portion of Tusk-gee, Ala., was destroyed by fire. Gen. Joseph It. West died In Washing ton, aged 70 years. He was United States senator from Louisiana for one term, Iwgitinlng In 1871. rsaiicy J. itargcr, tenter county s centenarian died In Hetlsfontaine, (. aged 100 years and one mouth. Mrs. Annie Wojciecbowska, of Fa ton, Wis., died at the nge of 100 years. rnitmu. M. Dupuy has ncerptrd the task ot forming a new rnbioel for France. Tie Puerto llieo Mail Is the firM paper In Puerto Uiro to be published in ..the Aliwi iean language,! A' lire in Scrinngur, one of the cap itals of Cashmere, India, destroyed 'nil the public buildings anil many resi dences. " The more of the MuMilmnns eon tieii'd of taking part in the inasnere of PritMi oldirr on September 4 were executed at Cundia, Crete. It wus rumored that the government transport Panama went down in u gale In the Windward passage, olT (.'ape Maysi. The Panama sailed from San tiago for New York with over 320 pas sengers, the greater number of whom were soldiers. A few civilians were u board, including Congressman Dal zell, of Pennsylvania. The business portion of Divide, Col., was wiped out by lire. Joseph Hebert, who was n drummer loy with Napoleon in the battle of Waterloo, died in Chicago, aged nearly 100 years. Hy a dynamite ixplosiou in the Trio mine ut Jamestown, Cul., David Stewart and Frank Cutkings were killed. The customs receipts, in Santiago In October under American mnnageinei.t amounted to $09,000, an increase over October, 1S97, of over $9,000. It is reported thatn widespread rev olutionary movement in Kussia has been discovered. The Spanish authorities are prepar ing to close all matters of the adminis tration of the island of Cuba during this month. The Illinois naval reserve who are still in the service have been ordered home to be mustered out. There lire about 100 of them. The Spanish steamer Montseriat ar rived In Cadiz from Santiago de Cubu with repatriated troops There were OS deaths on board during the voyage. A coal train was wrecked near White Hnvcn, Pa., and Fdwnrd Teel aud Sam uel StoencV were killed. The. American commissioners went to the Colon cemetery in Havana and placed flowers on the graves of the vic tims of the Maine explosion. The Spanish military commissioners in Havana notified the American com missioners that the province of Puerto Principe w ould be evacuated before No vember 22. Pen Wheeler, while handcuffed, jumped from the window of a train near Columbus, O.. running nt the rate of 00 miles an hour nnd made his escape. A long hidden deficiency of $57,000 has been discovered in the accounts of the late John If. Alleman. cashier of the First national bank of Hanover, Pa. Mrs. Louis Puhlman and Mrs. John Good engaged iu uknife fight In Goshen, Ind., nnd Mrs. Good was fatally Injured. All the Prltlsli warships nt Wei-Hal-Wei, China, were stripped for action nnd made ready for sen In-eause of ng glesslve movements on the part of L'ussia. Loudon, Nov. 3. The Paris corie rpondent of the Morning Post says: It Is expected that a rupture of tho peace negotiations between the United States ami Spain will be ofiiciully announced on Friday. The feeling here is that the attitude of tho Spaniards is irrational in view of the financial proposals 4 of the United States, and that they may ultimately regret having failed to agree quickly with tho adversary. Tho Vienna correspondent of the Times bays: The Spanish commission ers cannot be surprised, neither can the Spanish government, by America's de cision to take the Philippines. Possibly the Spanish people were not prepared for it, and the commissioners are pre tending surprise so that the govern ment may be better able to face public opinion. Certainly everybody outside of Spain must have understood that the archipelago wus lost to Spain. London, Nov. 3. The Merlin corre spondent of the Standard says: Uns sia and another power are credited with the intention of intimating to Wash ington that the annexation of the Phil ippines must be preceded by a common agreement on future aetiorr in certain circumstances. The German papers express their feelings very frankly. The Ham burgische Correspondenz says: "The United States are conducting the peace negotiations as they conducted the war. TJie mask of humanity is being gradually dropped, revealing the bru tal hand of strength. When the pro I toeol was signed not a foot of the Phil ' lppine soil was in American hands. President Mckinley demands the com plete surrender only because victory in LABOR LEADERS VIII. Trial fur Conaplrary la l!e Oahkoik ' OVU.) Strike ltesulta In an Acquittal. Ovhkosh, Wis., Nov. 3. Thomas I. Kidd, George .enter and Michael Troi ber, accused of couspiring to injure the business of the Paine Lumber company, of this city, were acquitted in the mu nicipal court Wednesday. The jury was out about an hour. The ease has been watched by the lubur 'organiza tions throughout the country. The Oshkosh case followed the. wood work ers' strike of la.st summer, which lasted 13 weeks and involved 1.G00 men. Mr. Kidd was secretary of the International Woodworkers ifcjion and was promi nent in directing the strike, while en ter was captain of the pickets, and Troiber was a picket, The ease of the defendants rested largely upon the le gality or illegality of the practice of picketing, which the state maintained amounted to conspiracy, but which the defense contended was In Itself inno cent and lawful. TO BRING BACK OUR DEAD. From tho War Bring the genna of malaria, lovers and other diseases, which may prove contagious la their own families. Hood's KarAaj urilla) la a special boon to soldiers, btniusa it entdk-atcs all dicao germs, build up th debilitated system and brings buck h-;Utb. Every returned soldier and every friend and relative of soldier should tiko Hood's Sarsaparilla America's Greatest Medicine. II tlx for IS Hood'8 Pills cure sick h-nuWbo. & rents. iio South TltU Winter. For the present winter season the Ionls ville &. .Nashville .Km! road' Caairwny ha 1 improved its already nearly pertcct through) service 'of. Pulluiau enliUileJ Slcrping Cars and elegant day candies fri Cintirt TKiti, Louisville, St. Louin und Chimin, to Mobile, New Orleans and the Gulf Coast. 'I homasville, Ga., Pcnsacolu. ' JiMlHonviile, Tain f i.i, Pa I in Heath and other points in Florida. Perfect connect ian will he mrvdw with steamer lines for Cul a, Par to Kiecv Aassnu and W est Indian ports., lounst and Home-Seekers excursion tl:efon K.d st low ratcH. Write C P. AUnore, General Passenger Agent, Louisville, Ky., for particulars. The (iovrruiiirnt Will Sirk to Itlrn tlfy All Who 1V1I lu lluttla or Dletl tu Cuhn. When She Was Yuanr, Mr. De l'uhy Do you know Cist ludy m blue? How beautiful irtse m! Miss Debutante That is Miss dianninn. I think Khc nuiHt have been qaita putty when he was young. How o'd in she?" department would proceed at once to twcni-io, n sue a a wy uro.! Washington, Nov. 3. Adjt. Gen. Cor- bin announced Wednesday that the war bring back to the United States the re mains of such soldiers ns have died in Cuba, Puerto Kicoand ntMnniln during the late war. The government will perform this work nt its own expense. The remains In each case will be care fully disinfected and placed in hermet ically sealed caskets before shipment. It has recently been learned, much to the astonishment of department ofil- MEMBERS OF TIIE SPANISH PEACE COMMISSION. mmm lJjSNsviNruiu josc 0J,?M MINOR NEWS ITEMS. West Virg'rda Is without a state debt nnd has n ?nsh surplus of $1,000,000 In banks, drawing thr" per cent Interest. A San Francisco physician proposes to cure drunl'nrds ami rends children immune ngair st drink by Inoculation. Silas Packard, the well-known edi cotor and founder of Tickard business college, died nt hi.) home In New York, aged 72 years. MeMonroc Powell was fined $1,000 by Judge Murphy in St. Loul for wife abandonment. Thl is the heaviest fine ever Imposed In that city for such of fense. It Is said that 23 per cent, of thr ap plications mrdu for divorce In North Dakota this year w?rc made from New York state, and mot of these from New York city. Incorporation papers have been filed for the flrlght Side Fducntionnl corpo ration, which propos to -stablish n town near Linver icr the support nnd education of friendless bovs. The post effice department has ar ranged with the post (i department of Japan for the indirect exenang of money order? between thlscountry and forea on and after J.muary ISOa. Kev. IMmund Dowse, oi thr famous old Pilgrim "hurch nt Sherlorn. Mass.. has just celebrated the sixtieth year of his pastorate, a term umqualcd In New Kugland. If not in tJi-3 United States. William J. Pipp.rf the Massiilon (O.) Fire Prick e. inpany, has secured op tions on the plants of nil the leading fire brick compnnic of this country, nnd they w ill soon purchased nnd op erated by a .li st. Charles G. Dawes comptroller of the currency, hn ordered that the system of semiannual examinations of national 'banks In -Ifcct in th country shall ex tend . mer .'II rltlrs, without any ex ception, as rtofoie. At Shanty LIU. on mile from Mnl vern. Curro'.i coiiniy, f)., in nn old In dian cavern, rock quartz ore las been discovered which inys I'M In gold and. Il.'.u In !iver to I he ton The mine Is located on Vbert L Wnr'tnau s f.irm. P4 imisiH'i (ene-jl Kinorj Smith hii in-.iu-d ,i i ottlei (lireelin tti.'il llii Miii;in Ml,ij;e Hninpr slwill ree'g nied lit th.i f;i viliie tm p:iyinent of pn-liige -in 1 II ii rf "fen n;i. '. in Ha waii wliethci eddr-x'd for "It -1 i c. ry lu the United ,iutis or elsewhere. Not Sanctttled. CTergj'man You want to bo separated from your husband? Don't you know that marriages are made in Hc-ivf She I know that, sir; but onrs was not. 1 got my husband through an odvertisenenl in the papers. Illustrated Amerk'an. Information Wnntrd. Mrs. Wickwirc I wonder what has be come of the paper. There was an a r title in it I wanted to save it wus alixt ftuns. Mr. Wickwirc Fruit, log or jim? In dianapolis Journal. Lanr'i Fntnllr Metllrlne. Moves the bowels each thy. In erder to be healthy this is necessary. Act gcntlv os the liver and kidneys. Cures sick headache. Price 23 and aOe. Do Yon IIIhiiic Thfmt May They say the Spaaish gtrte arc 'most crnry. t a me V hat forr oVcnnse the Spnnish solJUrs ore eominf; ne without their arms." Up to Date. home Are You Oolntf ta Florldnf Do you want Pates, Maps, Konte, Tim Cards and all rthfr neet'ssary informntiorv it so, address 11. W. Sixirks, 2rl Chicago. 2TWClaik SU the forthcoming elections depends up on it. The American demand, however, is less a blow to Spain than to the Fu ropean powers which seem desirous of selecting naval statious in the Philip pines." The lloersen Courier admits that the powers have no cause for interfering, but urges them to watch American ex pansion with jealous eyes. The National Zeitung says: "If Spain can obtain compensation rufll clent to cover the Philippine and Cu ban debts, she would be better off with out the Islands. Looking to the com mercial nnd strategical value of the Philippines, we should not be surprised ut resistance on the part of some of the powers. Moreover, It is evident that the inhabitants will not calmly ac quiece in American annexation." The Frankfurter Zeitung thinks that after the elections the American com missioners are likely to make some con cessions, since the chief question Is rather how to conquer the Philippines from the inhabitants than how to over come Spain's resistance. London, Nov. 3. The Vienna corre spondent of the Daily Telegraph says: The Austrian cabinet considers an Fnglish protectorate of the Philippines the only proper solution of the ques tion. Paris, Nov. 3. -The Soleil, comment ing editorially upon the position ns surued by the American peace commis sioners, Rays: "No monarchical povirnment would hnve darnl to conduct Itself after h fashion of the Americans, who nre forever talk ing o much of right nnd liberty. The plan of the Americans Is now evident It tl to take all of Spain's colonies nnd to linve Spain the debts of all those coionlen. This Is the result of the holy war under taken to Insure the Independence of the Cubans. What base hypocrisy do these liberals, theso democrats, thena republic ans show!" St. Petersburg, Nov. 3. The Novostl, comment Ingupon the United States' de termination to claim the Philippine Is lands, says: "The great powers can, like Spain, pro test against the proposed cession, as sev eral of thern are directly Interested In the maintenance of the statu quo. In an ex treme case, (he question Hhould be arbi trated." To Do rrlec on thi l.skr. Woods Hoi I., Mass., Nov, 3. The rev enue cutter Morrill, Capt. Davis, arrived here Wednesday from Norfolk-, bound for Milwaukee via the St. luwrcuco rheruiul the great lakes.. She will take the place of the Grcshnin. which tame to the coast during the war arid owing to her sie cannot return. clals, that a large percentage of the American dead lie iu unknown graves. When the war with Spain began the war department issued definite Instruc tions that the identity of men who died cn the field of battle or in hospitals should be carefully preserved by the hospital attendants and surgeons. Wherever it enn bo proved that the or ders were disobeyed those responsible for the dlsolwdience will be severely punished If they tire still in the govern ment service. The caskets for the 'American deatl in Cuba und Puerto Kico will be pur chased in the United States. Caskets for the remains of those who died nt Manilawill be purchased nt Hong-Kong. When the remains reach the United States the caskets containing the known dead will be. shipped to rela tives if desiretl. Otherwise they will be reburied in some federal cemetery. The unknown dead will necessarily be interred in national cemeteries unless there Is some means of Identifying the Mate from which the dead soldiers en listed. THEY ARE REMEMBERED. linvri of the Victims of the Mnlne nt llnvnnn Are Strewn tilth Flowers. Allnntft's 1'rnee Jubilee, Atlanta, da., Nov. 3. '1 he citi.Mis having in charge the arrangements i'or Atlanta's peace jubilee have decided upon December 11 and 1," for the big rvent. President McKiuIey has i ig ulGed his intention of being present. Havana, Nov. 3. Monday morning Gen. Wade and Gen. Puller, of the United States evacuation commission, went to the Colon cemetery to lay llow eni on the grave of the victims of the Maine disaster. In the course of the afternoon n number of other oflicera ihited the cemetery. Just after Gens, Wade and Puller had left the Hotel Trotcha for the cemetery, carrying the floral crow n made by the committee of young Cuban girls who had asked the privilege of paying this tribute to the dead, a carriage was driven up to the hotel with representatives of the. Cu ban club, who brought nn immense floral cross to lay upon the grave. On learning that Gens. Wade aud Putler had already gone to the cemetery, the Cubans followed and overtook them in time to place Uith offerings together. May iiu Home to Vote,. Dcs Moines, In., Nov. 3. The Fiftieth Iowa volunteers returned to Camp Me Kinley Wednesday. A month's fur lough has just expired, nnd they are here for muster out. Adjt. Gen. Cor bin wired Mustering Officer Olmsted that the men in the regiment could go home to vole, with the most time allowed for absentee ns three days. There are J.ttoo voters in l he regiment. Amiinir Coin titnntl. HimUville, Ala., Nov. :i. -Maj, Gen. Ch-.tTte ha nsMimcd command of the First division, Fourt h corps, with quar ters caet of JJuntsville. ' l . .lt A- 1 - IL..1 ..I c uuw u &i:nb ucti v injnkiiii J or, if we could only spare tie time. Tcwts Topics. Piso'a Cure for Consumption has saved m many a doctor's bill. S. Y. flardv, Hop kins Place. Paltimore, Md., Dee. 2, '01. Trip "Hetwcen n beautiful woman and u rich woman, which would yes prefer?" Grip "The second first." Twn Tspics. ESS ii jJ I TITMMnn Iliad (Ml How Is this? Perhaps sleepless nights caused it, or grief, or sick ness, or perhaps It-wascare. No matter what tiie cause, you cannot wish to look old at thirty. Gray hair is starved hair. The hair bulbs have been deprived of proper food or proper ncrvo force. Increases the circulation In the scalp, gives more power to the nerves, supplies miss Ins elements to tho hair bulbs. Used according to direc tions, pray hair begins to show color in a fow days. Soon it has ail the softness nnd richness of yevth am the color of early life returns. Would you bkc our kook on the Hair? Wcwifl gladly send it to you. Writo ual If you do not obtain all the benefits you expected from the Vicor, write the doctor about it. He may be able to suggest something of value to you. Address, Dr. J. C Aycr Co., Lowell, Mass. 9 As Black as rr;i YourJ l 9 YourVVhiskers A Natural DLick with Buckingham's Dye SO cti. of dfucs'Uof R.P.Hall St C.,NMhui,N H. ! A llen'a I leer In Nutr U th rir mire eur In I Ihn wortil for 4 hrnnln l lrrr,, lln I lf,ri, ! Slernf iilniia t lcr. Vnrl'-n.f t'lrvt. WMIn fewrMlnif, r Sinrr. nnd nil Old Norn. II lirTcr f .ul I r out all iolmn Riti r ijit tv n(Ti-rln. ('ill''. w riimnen! is, ;r f. ir Ilol la t'itr liirte, ll, Hni Ittirum, Kurn. itt rnrtull lr.i VVtiMn'U. It iril oil ' l.: I rw, r.M-. i.V)k frrw ,, f, ,l.l.l . St l.Mli l.Ml , to., u Vmul, 1In. Stuld bjr lruUt.