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Newspaper Have Hard Work to
Escape Its Rigors.
FallklM Mlalatera DlrltU tkat Loot
of tk Oonraaeit A )
XaaaaM.lvea Stxuw He
lliiellowa. The Constantinople correspondent of
the Berliner Tageblatt, writing on the
censorship a practiced in the sultan's
capital, gives some amusing instances
of its application, says the New York
Tribune. When the French tragedian
Mounet-Sully was playing there last
autumn he gave, among other things,
Hugo's "Ituy Bias." The faithless min
isters in this piece are represented as
dividing their loot of the government
treasury among themselves. All this
passage had to be stricken out would
not the public make its own applies
tion of the story to existing affairs?
In the scene nhere Ituy Bias surprises
the ministers, burls them bis scornful
"bon appetlt, messieurs!" and then
chases them out, the situation had to
be changed ao that the stage muuager
should come out and thus adilress the
public: "Ladles and gentlemen, the
ministry has seut In its reslirnallun.'
Ministers must not be chatted out in
tight of the people. What would be
come of the existing order? The spec
tutors were at first bewildered by this
turn of atrairs, but they soon saw
SOUTH SEA ISLAND CUSTOMS.
torn PMSiltarKIss of Lot Maklasr
sut4 MssrrtavA-a Assonsr the) FIJI
Ielaaders awd Others,
One would Imagine that love making
in Fiji was a very tame affair from the
fact that marriages are often arranged
while those most nearly concerned are
still in their Infancy. Iiowever, court
ship there Is quite as interesting as
anywhere else, and it has some peculiar
features, says the Chicago Tlmc-ll or
Cupid's happy hunting ground is gen
erally a garden or a plantation, and on
a moonlight evening be is generally
pretty busy. At that time, high up In
the branches of the bread fruit trees,
those who have eyes to aee may spy a
pair of human love bird pnrched on
the branches 40 feet or so from the
ground. Fijian etiquette seems to de
mand that tit fair one and her lover
should occupy different branches, and
should be separated by the trunk of
the tree This, at any rate, is the usual
"Spare the bite and spoil the child,'
would probably be the South Sea Island
mother's rendering of the wise man's
saying, for she knew nothing of the
use of the rod as a means of correc
Instead of punishing her offspring
In ways known to European mothers.
she pulls hair and bites some part of
Its body, generally selecting the fir-shy
part of its arm for the purpose. Thus
it happens that travelera note among
the noillt. and the theater er)wipl u-tth
their m.rnnrlmia lnnoMnr H .,t. "ttle South Bea islanders many beor
"ilonaiinetit. messieurs!" lnf w''ds or scars which have been
A special study is needed to be able Produel by the mother's teeth.
io bring out a newspaper without the
censors displeasure. There are bun
areas or words and phrases that must
not be used at ull, however harmless
their application maybe. For Instunce,
tne word meaning "stupid and corre-
ipondlng words in foreign limgunges
must not appear. Homebody might
(eel Insulted. It Is forbidden to stu-nk
)f the llulgnriup or Creek "frontier;"
i must be the "line of demarcation.
lou do not write that the slate of
trade is unfavorable, but that an Inv
provemrnt In the conditions Is expect
id don't write pessimistically, what
jver you do! Do not spenk of the nrln
sipslity of Itulgnrla, but of the Kast
Kumelian Vilayet. For the censor no
luch thing exists as a concession for
:he building of a Bagdad railway:
every mention of the undertaking is
ruthlessly stricken out. As for the
Transvaul war, any criticism Is forbid
Jen only news telegrams and reports
di actual tacts are permitted to ap
pear. I he friendly feeling for the
Doers, which, notwlthstaiiil reports to
:h contrary, Is continually growing,
may annoy tne Ilrltish embassy.
Even the censorship of telegrams has
reached a limit hitherto uulinugined.
A merchant recently sent a telcgnim to
Holland that read: "Steel not accept
Ml; quotation in the Berliner Tage-
Dlatt correct," It related to a ship-
oicm or steel mat nail not been accept
ed because the price hod fallen iu the
meantime, as was indicated by the pub
lished quotations. After an hour's de-
lay the telegram was returned to the
lender, with a request to give a trunc
ation of It In French or (ierman. lie
tent back the sarcastic reply that he
was not a translator, and finally sen
it uy man to uulgarla and had It tele
granhed from there. Going to the tele-
friipli office, he got his money back,
and then handed to the official a trans
lation of his message, "for the satisfuc
tion of the censor." The nfficiul reud
the messnge and said: "Why, we could
have sent that without any trouble."
"Of course what did the honorable
censor think was hidden in It?'
The official shook his head, looked
his customer over solemnly and finally
"We thought your telegram related
to the recent reports In the Berliner
Tugeblatt that the Dutch amlinsnailor,
van tier Htnel, had not been received
by the sultan, of which nothing is al
lowed to be telegraphed."
1 he result of this sort of stupidity Is
mat an press telegrams and a lurge
part or business messages are sent by
mail to the Bulgarian frontier, to be
telegraphed from there, so tlint thou
sands of pounds annually are lust to
the Turkish government. The govern
nicnt la well aware of It, but cannot
take courage to abolish the censor
ship. EFFECT OF THE WAR.
The mode of caress la a oueer as
that of punishment. It Is cither to
gently take hold of the child's neck
with the teeth, or to pass the thumb
deftly over Its eyebrow or cheek.
PROBLEMS IN BUILMRGL
Tks Settling ot Hubs itruotores Mast
Always Da Carefallr Pravlasd
for Be-fore trMUgs.
Kexl to the strength of materials
the distance that a building of a given
weight will settle into the ground Is
perhaps the most serious question pre
sented to the Chicago architects, says
the Chronicle of that city. Bueh set
(lings vary with the character of the
ground, and calculations of great
nicety roust be mnde.to Insure the fu
ture stability of the structure. Thou
sands of people have noticed the enor
mous slant of certain downtown side
walks without understanding the res-s'.n.
The explanation isslmple. The Urge
paving stones are solidly attached to
the structure and settle with it.' The
urchltect has made mostmiuutecalcu-
lationi, and when thn continued prew
ture of the large building has packed
the earth beneath It to the greatest
possible extent the great flagstones
will have descended to exactly the
right Incline for a proper drainage.
it nun ucen a thousand times re
marked that tall buildings Im Chicago
have been gradually crowding their
more humble neighbors out of exist
ence, snd in some Instances this U
proving literally, as well as figurative
ly, true. The natural settling of tall
ana heavy bmldings sometimes Im
parts a lateral movement to less heavy
adjoining foundation, more or less se
riously affecting the superstructure.
IMPROVEMENT IN CABLED.
Or Chronic Inflmn matins ot the Kidneys Is a
vary common ailment
List all chronls diseases
the symptoms corns oa
Insidiously. II props t
treatment la obtained la
Its aarly stages, Brig htl
Disease nay ba cured.
HUDYAN will aura tt U
symptoms. Do not delay
too long. Don't wait on
til your case bsoomas In
curable. Begin the nst
yoa may bt enrad.
THE EARLY SYMPTOMS ARE:
1. CflBONIO SICK OB NAUSEOUS
HEADACHE HUDYANtakenas direct
will relieve the seadactie Instantly.
S-8. PUrriTTESSOF TBI SKI If
UN DEB THE EVES.daatosRnllsntlonol
Hula inotber words. DKOP8Y. HUDYAN
will eauia th aitrs amount of fluid to ba
taken up by tha blood and ba allmlnatad I)
4-B. PALE. DOUOHT COMPLEX,
IOS. HUDYAN will restore the circulation
to Its normal condition and causa tiie checks
lo become red and rosy.
6 WEAKNESS OF THE HEART.
HUDYAN will strengthen tha nerves and
muscles ot tha heart snd make It strong snd
regular in its nestings.
7-8. WEAKNESS AND PAIN IN
THE REOIOlf Or THE KIDNEYS.
HUDYAN wlllcatiss tha kidneys to perform
their functions properly, thereby relieving tha
pais ana wtssnass.
Oat BIDYAN at one and take It regularlv.
HUDYAN la sold by all druirglsia for ma. per
psekags, or packages fur - 60. if your drue
gjitdoes not keep it.oend direct tothelllD-
YAH HKMKUY COMPANY, Ban Franciaro.
Csl. Remember that you can call and consult
tha IIVDYAIV Dot Tuns KHKK. call and
sas thorn. If yon csnnnt call, write to tha doo.
tors and they will adrlsa you. Tha advice will
b given fret. Address
HUDYAN REMEDY COMPANY,
Car. tleektsa, Marktl sad Ellis tts.,
taa Frsaolue, Cel.
Prof. Pupln of to I ii iii bin I nlverallr
llaaorlbee a Saw Method of
Ir. M. I. Pupln, of Columbia univer
sity, recently prepara? for the Amer
ican Institute of Elect rii-itl Kngim-ers
In Philnrivliilift. n Miner in which lie
th-scribed a method for constructing
a cable, or un air line circuit, over
which It would be possible; to tele
phone from New York to London
through a submarine- cable mnile on
the principles announced. In the cur
rent latum tif the Electrical Id-view
Dr. I'upiii says that telephoning
through a transatlantic cable is easily
possible, though of doubt fill prac
ticability. It H not, -perhaps, a com
mercial possibility, nor would then-
lie a very great tfc-inniid for use of n
cable for this purpose. The real nil-
vantage for this invention lies, he
thinks. In its application to teleg
raphy. The speed' of signaling can
be increased, he anys, from live Im
pulses a second to l.JMto. That, would
multiply the rapacity of an Atlantic
cnble about .100 times, ami make ll
poHslblo fur the rates on rnbln mes
sages to be cheaper than
Baalish liateessaa Thinks a ' I.arae
Armed Purse Mill Hereafter Ds
Naoeeaarr ta tailed Slates.
Tit. II oL. Leonard Henry Courtenay,
former deputy speaker of the house of
commons and now unionist member
of parliament for the Hod ml n division
of Cornwall, speaking at Tltk-ford,
iorruwall, said that one of the conse
quence of the war with Spain upon
the American people bad been to
create a spirit which must in the near
."uture lead to a great transformation
of American character and policy.
"Instead of being a sclf-contAined.
Industrious, peaceful, and non-aggrrs-
llve people," said1 Mr. Courtenay, "the
Americana, If they take sovereignty
In Cuba, will have to keep a large naval
ind military force In order to make
the influence of the I'nlted 8latesfelt.
"Although the American members
ot tte peace commission have dee laired
that the I'nlted Btatea doea not want
Cuba or the Philippines, the history
of our own couutry has shown that
when once there is an occupation th
intention to leave after disorder has
been righted has Mldom been put
"The wsr emphasize the necessity
or the peace proposal of the ctar. If
there had been an organlrrd tribunal
to settle International quarrels the
Iliapsno-Ainerican conflict n-ic-hl' hava
been averted even after ponlon had
been arouasd by the slti diaaater."
When you need a southing and heal-
ma iiw'wipiic appnraiion lor any
Mirpuen, use llie origlllSI lie Villi's
Wluh llsiel Halve, a well known mr I n..h. 1..11..1 ii .
.i - , i ,. . . - iuiici iwmn an i lavsiurie sep tr
ior piles and skin diseases. It lieala . ... 1
ores wilbont leaving a scar. Beware of . """" "
counUst.'eits. l)r. W. F, Krenier. nve l" w" Iwsint atul'are also dis-
I tinct Irom .Men's toilet rouma. You will
I... ii i . i
Kimnuiiiais annrec ato all II, i. A K J-h-rl..,.,
W...I.I .i i . . "
'"' among lue piessures ailoraed Asa'l li,in' I l... a.,-. at. i .. w.
.ymrcuasta rout la tne winter trip Cor. 3J. Porllsn.l .11
to Kouthern Calilornia anil Arlaona
Itxnawl M,il.i..... -ill. .1.1. ... . Ju rveil Ilia 1,1ft..
will aver ,levl m fre.l. iiAim. l i J wp wiai t.narie
, , .. ' , 1'avis 01 Howerstou, O., lately Imd Irom
liHHt inil ailllAlf blUn-li. nl antn..H.nn I. I I. ....I I
u. .IMUIUI.II1. iriuillllll uesill. eor two veara a
nnaer Hi sunny skies, iii the vsriety of severe lung trouble ronslantly grew
Its Industrie, in IU prolitio vegeUtion L. nl"" " ,e""d hs musttlieol
amnn. Ii. .mk..i... v uue.iiiipuon. men lie began to use
-. .. - nr. King's New Hisroverv ami lately
mountain, shore, valley and plain. 1 lis wrote: "It itav inatant reli.-l ami
two daily Bharta trains from Portland to e Heeled a ier.anent cura." Sm-h
wonderlul cures have for 2A years proven
it's ower to cure sli Thrust, Cheat and
l.ung troubles. Price 60c and 1 OA
Kvery bottle guaranteed. Trial bottles
free at lr. Kremer's drug store.
IWtusesny ol the rountetfeiu of
Ij Witt'e Which llssel Sslve. Most ol
them are won bless or lisbie to cau.ie
injury. The ordinal I WiM's Witch
llsiel Ptlve is a certain cure lor piles,
ecsema, cuts, srslila. burns, sores ami
kin disease. l)r, W.'. Kreiner.
WHITNEY'S DRIVER ARRESTED
t ad Cjela Path lor AuIimiioIiIIv An-
iIii Sltunlliin tor Mr. Willi.
Bay anil Ilia lea.
William C. Whltncv mill lilu ann
Harry Payne Whitney, went to 1he
races nt tlraveseinl the other tlav in
their automobile. When tlu-y left the
track their machine was ituwbcre In
sight, ami after searching fur the
driver for an hour, a policeman told
them that their unoccnpleil "nuto"
was HtaiuUug In the cycle path and
that the driver was a prisoner In the
Coney lulaml iiolice station.
They nrriveit at the track enrlv In
the afternoon and Instructed their
driver, Vmt Uankln. to be nt 1bi
track entrance when the races were
over. Kankin started nuti to kill time,
and the smiKith bed of the cycle path
icmpico nun, ami he went toward
ltrooklvn nt a rapid rate. He was
turning around to return when a no-
Herman told him he was violating the
park onunsnee in riding mv the cycle
path and took Ha akin to the station.
where he remained until .Mr. Whitney
tiniietr mm out.
The New Tourist Nlerpiiig Cars
On the Northern Pscillo hsvo the wo-
Digests what you eat.
It artl flclully 4 IgesU the food and aids
Nature lo Btrenglbeolng and recon
structing the exhausted digestive or
gans. It lathe luteal dlstcovcreddigcst
sot and tonic Ho other preparation
can approach It In efllclcncy. It in
stantly relieves and permanently cures
liyapepsm, inaigeHtion, Heartburn,
Flatulence, Hour Stomach, Nausea,
Kick Headache, Uafltralgla.Crampsand
all other resultaof imperfect, digestion.
PrleaSne. snd II. Larfteslsecontalnstti time
small site. llnukallslJoutUysiiepslamtilieUfre
frsearsd by E. C. DeWITT CO.. Cblcaaa.
FOB 8ALE BY W. F. KREMER.
I RECORDING PEDIGREES.
Safgestions Famished by a Prominent
; Record Association.
j After obtaining pedigree blanks
1 rTt from the secretary of the association in
lp)lH 'vhich the breeder proposea to record,
M-UL4tUL4 the folllowing from a leatlet publusliecl
ny one of tiie lending record associa
tions should be observed:
A short, convenient name should be
written on the pedigree before it is
sent for record. If it is too long it
will be abbreviated before the pedi
gree is numbered.
About the most important consider
ation is to have the names and mi.
It Is taken In time. atiu. dresses written plainly. Too little at-
r. win relieve an tns tcntion is Mid to l i s matter nn,t .,.
merou errors result.
Hive exact date of farrow, number In
litter and number of each sex raised.
The latter is most imortant, as a rec
ord is kept in the office of each lit
ter to which a pedigree refers when
received, and all pedigrees- for this
litter after sent In must agree in every
wnuys give sex, as it is in many
coses impossible to tell by the name
wnetner tiie animal is male or female.
Nothing need be given refrurding sire
and dam, except their names and num
bers, but great care should be taken
to have these correct. If the sire was
owned at time of service by another
party this should always be stated.
In giving owner of sire, give his
owner nt time of service. In giving
owner of tlnm give her owner at time
the litter was farrowed. The breeder
of a litter is the ,'r:wii v.ho owns, or
has the dtim leased nt time of service.
There in no exception to this rule. If
the dam is sold after being bred and
before hc farrows, iH-diprees for her
litler should be made out ns bred by
the person who owned her at time of
service and sold "In dnm" to the per
son owning the dam at time she farrows.
The name of the person algning a
pedigree should In nil cases appear on
the upper part f the pedigree, cither
In the pucc for "bred by" or "fold in
dam to." Particular attention in called
to this as there are more errors on
pedigrees In this particular than In
any other. No pedigiee will be filed for
record wilhotit the mgnal lire of the
breeder, except In eases where the ani
mal was sold "in dam." The signature
of the party who rniscd the pig will
then be sulllcirnt, If proper breeding
certificate is on file. All siileaof an nni
mnl not yet recorded should be written
only on the back of the H-digiee, except
the one irr.ide by the person signing thu
In e.iding pediprerj of an animal
purchased by another party, always
(end the pedigree ok t s.-ictly made oilt
and signed by the breeder. l)o not
make any changes in a pedigree signed
by another person. If any are neces
sary, the pedigree should be referred
to the person signing it. Never under
any cireiiinstnnci s send a copy of the
original pedigree for record.
TI.M at.. 1 L.. . i
uuw iuo ni(uu Are Acqu
OpsnrtaaltlM Offered ForslsTt
ta Contlaaatal Coantriea ras
Do Not Trifle .
with danger and remember
every cough or cold means
It has always been the policy of wl"JJ
.,, . ,v...l .J ui iuuk WUUWLCU
with commerce, to open wide the door
tor tne reception and naturalization
of foreigners. Hut there are none the
lesa some very striking d I (Terences in
the laws of nations as affecting the
strangers within their gntes
Great iiritain, for instance, .differs
materially from continental nations in
the opportunities she offers foreigners
resident in that country to "natural
ize" that is to say, to become on an ab
solute equality with the "natural-born
Its rules are very simple in the mat
ter. Any foreigner who has been a
resident in the United Kingdom for five
years, and intends to go on living there,
has only to apply to the home oflk-e, giv
ing full particulars of his birth, means
of subsistence, and stating his inten
tion to reside in the United Kingdom,
lor a certificate of naturalization to be
supplied him. Then all he has to do
Is to take the oath of allegiance to her
majesty (Jtieen Victoria, her heirs nnd
successors. This done, nnd the cer
tificate registered at the home office,
and he is as much of a Iiriton us if he
had been born there.
In Austria a stranger may acquire
rights of naturalization by being em
ployed as a public functionnn-. Hut
as there are only a very few foreign
ers -who noiu public positions, this is
a small factor in the situation. And
even if one served in the Austrian
army, one is not granted the rights
oi cuizenstiip. jhe authorities only
have the power of granting naturaliza
tion certificate to individuals who have
been conducting a profession In the
country for ten years. So that in this
anti-democratic lnnd foreigners are ab
solutely deburred from citizenship.
Germany is certainly better in thii
respect. There one need only be nom
inated, not appointed, to any public
omee to ncc.ome a citizen, nnd, though
certain exceptions are made as to Jews,
still the authorities are empowered to
naturalize any stranger who can sat
isfy them ns to his beiiy? reasonably
well-conducted nnd having a means of
Uoth Austria nnd Germany are alike
In one bad respect, however. No Gcr
man or Austrian may leave his country
without permission, and even if that is
given they forfeit theoretically, ut
least their citizenship.
Some nations are very jealous of tak
ing a man back once he has. by nat
uralizing, ceased to be a citizen of the
land of his birth. France, in this re
spect, hns perhaps the wisest rule. A
Krenchmun ceases to lie o Frenchman
if he accepts office under a foreign gov
ernment without permission, or even if
he establishes himself abroad for a
lengthy period. Hut he can ngniu be
come a citizen of his own country by
renouncing the lund of his adoption nnd
applying to be reinstated.
This, on the whole, is the most intri
cate phase of the naturalization ques
nun, nno, despite the fact that there I
" ""oiuciiiuiu uuuy or Internationa
In w ii n lli. . Kin ... . J l . . , .
' ween states frequently occur, nnd have
sometimes assumed serious dimen
sions. It has also cropped up in the
i ransvnni controversy.
L'p to Very recent years England die
not allow nn Knglishmon who had nat
uralized in anoflier country to becomo
again a linlisli subject: nnd even now
once he lias repudiated his nationality
he ceases, for the time being, to be tin
der llritish protection, or of nny more
concern to llrltnnnia than a Pole or a
llussia haB very funny naturalization
laws. Anyone may become a sub feet
of the czar by tuking the oath of alle-
gienec to him, nnd this he tnn, if he
chooses, renounce ot pleasure. Hut vith
nnturnl-burn Hussinn subjects the law
is extremely strict, and the czur win
call nny of these bnck to Itussia at nny
moment he chooses and compel them to
.,ii..iiier ninny point and one
scarcely liked by advanced women is
that the wife always takes her hus-
nand s nationality, oven If he nlturs it
half a dozen times. Cinoinnnti Kn
The Liht of the World,
Our Saviour in Art.
Cost nearly t !) .000 to nrodtice. Con
tains nearly 1 0(1 lull-page engravings of
our saviour and His Mother by the
world's greatest oaiuters. True conies
ol the greatest Masterpieces in the art
galleries ol Hurope. Kvery picture is as
iiHSiiiiiui as a sunrise over the hilltops.
Contains description ot the paintings,
biotfraphy of the painters, tlio names
and locutions ol the galleries in Kurope
where the originals may he seen. Also
contains Child's Jieparlment, Includ
ing a Child's Htory ol tho Christ and
liis Mother, beautifully written, to lit
each picture. Tills wonderful book.
matchless in its purity and beauty,
appeals to every mother's herrt. and in
every Christian home hero there are
children the book sells itself. Christian
men and women are making money
rapidly taking orders. A Christian man
or woman ran in this coin iniir.itv soon
make 1 1,000 taking orders (or Christmas
presenia. Mrs. Waite, our agent In
Massachusetts, Ills sold over $:l,0O)
worth of books In a very short tune.
Mrs. Saekelt, our anetit in New York,
has sold over $1,500 worth of hooks in a
very short time. The book is printed
on velvel-linished paper, beiiulilullv
bound In Cardinal Red and gold, and
adorned with Uulden Moses ami Lilies
It is, willmut doubt, the must hcAiitiful
buok ol this century. Write for terms
quickly and get the management ol thai
territory, l on can wurk on s.ilury or
roiuniiHsion, anil when n prove your
success we will promote you to the posi
tion ot .Miiuaxer and Correspondent, at
a permanent salary, to devote your lime
to alien. linu lo agents and the cor
respondence. Wanted also a istato Man
ager to have eharno ol oll'ne in Leading
City ollhe Stale and manage all the
business ol thu Stale. Send (or terms.
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ury, Washing-tun, I) IT,
ENGLISH WOMEN GARDENERS.
llrltua'a Dream la to HaTe a !
pal Tkla Aceounta for
"SUCl) o Noise I w
The mother savs to herself sometimes.
"I can hardly endure it." Then a chill
creeps over her as she thinks of the aw
ful silence which falls upon the home
when children are taken away, and she
is elad her children are luinlv of ho.lv
and lusty of lungs.
lieu a child dues not cntov nolsv
sports and games there is something
wrung, and that something will often be
found to lie a lack uf nutrition adequate
to the needs of youth nnd growth. The
stomach is "weak," digestion is imper
fect, and so the nourishment of the body
In such cases Dr. Pierce's Oolden
Medical Discovery works wonders. It
changes puny, fretful children into
healthy, happv girls nnd boys. The
process by which this change is sc
cutnplished is strictly along the lines
marked by Nature. All erowth and
strength conic from fond when it has
iK-eu digested, converted into nutrition
and assimilated. "Gulden Medical Dis
covery " cures diseases of the stomach
and other organs of digestion and nutri
tion, and so en. ililes the ldy to obtain
without hvsa or waste the lienefit of the
nutrition provided in food. The "Dis
covery" contains no alcohol uud is en
tirely free from opium, cocaine and all
A Wondorful Thing.
have Wrn thiiikiiiB of writing to yon fir
ir tunc," wi iu Mi, v. I. llrnon, ol fctax-RMlH-sim
lv, N C., "to Ut know what
iimlcrhil t lunar lr. ricivr'i GoUtrit Metlx-al
1 ic. -riy ilul tvr my Utile Uuy. He wm tukca
vtt'i i n h ;?.( ion who. he m.ih'a vrr mid hull
oUl . i I he hb mulct the doctor ' trrnlnu-nt lor
tiv 1 frnt, him-nt all we mitde for dt
hill, mid tt did iin utaid. He could ntt imlv
a little in ilk. and cracker, anil nir tniif even
thii would make hint iKk. Ilecmild not pit up
all dv, and 1 Ruve up all hiic of hit ever Ret
tniK unv heller. Thire veai ao 1 lound one of
your lxHkA, and oti linking it over one day I
noticed lt I'u-ivr'N tloldtu lied leu I iivtvery
recommended tor tndiiieittion. We boiiKhl Monte
and Kttve ll to uur Uv. He hrtd leeit treated
t Mood, hy a RotH, tVsrtor and at HennettM
villr, A. C, and at Oirrte ant, l.uiubeiion and
M rtt-n, and w onlv rehevetl lor a nhott lime.
We fcjnve him two Ultleii ol hr. ISeive ('.olden
Medical IhMCtmry and it cured htm He ia well
an cm le nud out eat uiivltmm th:tt he wanla
and it doet not hurl him. He hit it not leen nick
a div 4ih and tt lisiA been three yeara aiucc be
Utok your medicine. "
A Thank ful Mothor.
CaiiTorala bavt been recently equipp
with tht most approved pattern of
Undardand tourist sleeping cars, but
tha low rate of fare will itill continue
Illustrated go idea to the winter teeorta
of California and Ariaona may ba bad
C. II. Makkham.G.P, A.
rant similar biooa trotnuc, - - , .
M Wtmaka so charge for Uuaaenrio. Book on biooa
In Ktifrland eTvrvbmlv either hat a
?nr1iu tir drratra of bavin one. An
Amerii'ttn fnniil)- with a mu1et atitv '
urban hotne litres a man to com nd :
mow the Uwti. Then It patronixea the !
florint aiul ttu-
lu-r'a llnr An v.. .ii. k i t I "1 ti" ''U my -l"'v for a toiij time - writra
jura llaar. An KllKllh fuillllr hsa 1 Mn M.-lllc J..n.- ,.. Cap .C.mian. he C . Tr.na,
lla own tttiwi-ra, In uwn Trifi-iiilita its 1-' !t'11 - ot thr w,,i'l''r''ll etdvuM r.y
OWIt fl-.n'l ........ . .1 . I V.Hir ' ti.lLlcil MolK'Hl HttV ' Atlil ' I'lfilMIIlt
ovii fruit- ur.inti on the anmijr alilo ! i.'.i-u-In tiie tar ,.i ,.,ir ImU-K.v. no,. ,iv
cf S lll'ii-k Mnll-Allil s fsrilrnrr n0 i avm yrar. ol.l. When he Ma. two mouth olA
It la linliirl 1. Ik. T .k i i hr naa lakm with l.a iiric, an.l It attilcj ob
11 IS lislllrsl nuitlK'll that thr girl gsr-1 hi. Inn, an.l ill III. thi'vt. III. t. n.il. ta.
!riu'r iili-s shoulil lurr taken mot In ! '"'ll', "ml hr Tr"' "!
K'iiLlnn.l .m,I il,.i I... . i i . ,h '1,KU,r oliirme un them. Then e hn.t the
r.llklitnil, sml thsl llsritijr takrn root. I il.vtor take hi tou.ll. out ana he m,le U.I
It shoulil thrivs. At 8wsnlrr the r v ' w"1' " " 'M '" ,nc '"
that ih ... . i . . ' le i.-k, ami we trlel evervthitis e con Id hear
ItlSt tlH) fltnilOt ll-Bin til Slipilly thf ot timl colwlllel every vh.K-i"n -e w, Lit
tll-lllAUil for illnrtt fi-nrtleiu-ra I ",v ilul u,t know wtmt to lo. When he w.
nulliali'a lirui.ok ... . . I i . .. I 'I,J' V" 1'" H1oher. !.,' he will
oiuans liram-h wits stsrtnl in lSKl wo, th.n ever, an.l l cmiU not rr-a tor tinK
with one lone frmals attulrnt Tlia I une.v iNmi him. lie w.. onr lontth boy
on i.ii.- .en .nam, anil ii neeinevi to
tne that tl he rlieil 1 tu.t C.-U1.1 not tic.ir it. t
cure your cough or cold
nce It will heal and
sVthen vour lungs. It is
V .-1 nasi IIV11 -i 1 nrlT'C
at the first indication
srh or cold.
e cold settled In throat aod bronchial
d. alwavi lasted several montiu. I
aUA-h and it cureo ai. at one ag
, M..W. -k..-ii lbn. N. V.
druciriiita mptloii Car. la anld y all
print.il a-ii.il. eo. 81. SO a liottle. A
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U'rif t..r i1ln.fl
witbout cost to voV-00 on conttimptloa. Snt
THE LATE IMPROVED
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Reduces cost of voii' haA
Never burns the leather : 1
cmciencv is increased.
Secures best sen-ice.
Stitches kept from breaking!
s sull in aU
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Slnadurd (Ml C'otnpi
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Thore hftvo lwn pliwrt upon the rrmrkot
vertil clH'tip riii.tif un otwnltitewl.iiun
of " WeUntur UirthinHry." '1'licv nit) leiiig
vuviv. uuuur vuriuuit imiuist at iuw prtw
dry firofl dcalem, frrocvni, mrfnti, ptc, ar.l
in h iuw limiHucus an a itrvmium lor 6Ulwcti-
llUIia It; IHIrtTrl.
AunuuuotMUfntfl of them comparatively
they ar-3 H-ivfriinnl to U tKo cultuiitml
equlvttlrnt of a hiRticr-pricrrl fKk, whon in
, bo iar iu t;
f roiu A to Z,
reality, so far iu we knuw uiitl bcliov. tliuy
prK)totyi ropk nf a lKKk of ov.r fifty
iiatio np i, niiini in iibuhv w u.Jihi iiirnmnii
't.mi, an 1 which wtwinucti Aiincnor in iwmer.
print, uud biiKllntr to thiw tiuiiu(jon, lit'iiitr
men a wuri. ui wnuo lut'rii uisiuttu oi ouu
Long Since Obsolete.
jno Mppiomonr. or tu,(s so-cniicMi "now
won Is," whh'h Aonionf thfm- NsokHtircailviT-
tiMHl to contHin, rompiliil hy a ifi'Dtltv
umn woo uv over forty yw uttit, uuu wim
piihMstifd n.'fom hin d.alli. oilier minor
sbklitlfjiui ure pi-olmbly of uioro or lias vulue.
yniniiie ii 10 yearn behind, folds do
nut now have to bu endured. Memiri.
livs.Mir J amass (eslled dviisinii- frntn
their em-hiv) crowd a week's ordinarv
Iri-iilnipiit into 2 Imnrs and sliotit the
wnr.His ol culilH over ninlit.
It wan the worst cane of m-in 1 ovpr had
A half ilozon frit-hd had Mln i-llren. Mill
it lninir on. Ilesrd of the Pynamu- Tab-
t'l sh. 1 o inv nil.ii.etiirlit thev KtoMied both
lil anil cmiirh the hrl nielit. 1 emlnre
mid rei'oiiiiiii-nd thelll to llie nminl
lltRi-I.AY lla.Ni.KT, Kx iiieinlier nl I onuresa
and Attorney, lul Saii.-onie .tteet. han
t raiii-iM-o, July 7. llm.
Winter i-ohli have slwavM lieen H.rimi
Hunk's to me. They ure hard and Mav fur
iiioniiis. nut the lat w as xiutuietl Middeiilt
aiKniir.L. i'ynanii- lM-.Krt. Hot
lli;ll anil rulil itiMti.tieared in a i-iinnle ul
mii s. iiiui I ir e e iineM l 114 Inr mi
MUH. KMA I.. II01.I.IM, U MosK M., S
l-'ranciM-o. AtiL'.tl, 'eo.
1 live Si-riisn the Mreel from where
MRNIIKL S IITAMte Tabi'iks are lllllile.
111111 ik now 1 nrt tcok them, lliev tnr
ui- MiiiHiiu luitii-e. 1 liHik A iloren Ihixim,
with me lur self and friend, when 1 went
o .Nome. 11, I.. as Yt IKKI.R. ('anitaliol.
asliuiirttiu Mreet. .aii Kruii,'is. ii.
Alimisl 10, 1IHSI.
ent iosll:ttil fur cents in KtAiims lie
IM.AS1I llKlli fi). UVU Wssluntrlon
Ireel, .-an Krmciwo. Also on sale by our
i a-eill .11. V 1.1.M KN..
Slleiulanee has aluioat doubled year
by year, and the youn wonien who
hste taken tht. eollict conras are txi
cupyinir iiisltlima all oter tha I'nlted
Kingdom. Two of them srs In th
fainoua Kew Kardi na. nesr iAindon.
Two .m In 1, V 11. u s. 11 . 1 , aat tl lie wiMilil Miy mii. ol ir. l-ieree nieil-
- ,'iii, . an ivii. ( 1,
I'sniena, snd two In the public gardens
I Dulilin. Three are on larra s
tste at Arbroath, railed I.ethsm
Krsrge. One ii at the home entahliahed
by l.sdy Henry Somerset at lhiihurtU
tine ta at Wyeomhe Abbey, two at ths
ConAaleacent home at Hale, 011 a at ths
lloyal llullonsy college, and so on.
Mow is the time when croup and lung
troubles prove rapidly fttial. The only
harmless reru-dy that tinxliiees iuiinedi
at results is Due Minute Cough Cure.
It is very pleasant lo take and ran ho
relied upon lo onieklr riirecouuba. col-la
attd all lung disease.. It will prevent
eunsuitiptiou. ir, W. K. Krenier.
New line ol writing tablets 6c to 60c
SlHllJ gii to sler-p ctvmu amt tM-Kiug r.,Hl to
stsi .e linu. Well. 1 cvuM t he was getting an
niiu-h wlw: he a us just as ywr as he iul.1 l-e.
BliJ his kliluevs h ut liceu tn-tilii-oiiie all his
tile. I hs.l rr.l a Ivsh alsmt lT. I'ier,f tne.lt.
cine. It mcl to m tl..t this was the verv
tneilu-uie we wnte,l. an,t I tuld niv husband
llie 1 Irlt wt.ii.issl .lire It wnuLI heln Mir h,,v.
lie srnl .ml mt fcmie .nil we eMillmeiK-evI mih
the -OoUlen Me,ll,-iil 1iisvtiv' on Fritlity
nigl. ami with the ' IVMets- the'neit nuirtiiiif.
We ass him i-r me,liv-ine three tune, a day
and 1-y SuiuUy he was able U pl.v. an.l in one
month Iruin the lime he comim iK-e,t taking it
he had u.iinrd si. tHHiml. .ml hi. itih w.is .11
5.ne. He h.s not cnhe,l .uv sliK-e, .n.l ht
.in'! lake cold .uy nine than the rest of us.
It. soes.houl like th. rest ol the children and
play, iu lite avid and hu4 weather
lr. Tierce's Common Sonne Medical
Adviser in paper covers is sent fnt oa
receipt of 31 onen-eut sumtai to jwy
espense of niallini; r. Address Ut.
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