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CAT CANNOT 8UCK BREATH.
Rn perntit ion
In Vpaet by the
High eat Medical Authorities.
There ia no other season w lien good
nedicin. ia so much needed a» in the
The blood is impure, weak »nd
impoverished-— s condition indicated
by pimples and other eruptions on the
face and body, by deficient vitality,
loss of appetite, lack of strength, and
want of animation.
HORRORS OF MODERN
NAVAL WARFARE :
Can a cat really auck the breath of n
We have alwaye heard that it could
Few as are the people who can Im-
I agin«* a tmttlefleld on shore, they are
Away back In early childhood we dis
I vastly fewer who eau picture with any
tlnctly remember of frequent warn-
Inga to look out for the cat. Do not
c*rta1uty the some of a naval coufitet
allow the cat to ret Into t>ed with the
Terrible, too. as are all scenes of
baby, aa It Is liable to suck the baby's Make the blood pure, vigorous and warfare, there secuis something akin
breath, which would cause the baby to
to sacrilege, to destruction of God'e
rich, create appetite, give vitality,
>wn realm. In uian daring to carry
' Uis bioodthirsty. destructlva animosi
1s there any foundation for auch a
notion as this? We never could dis all eruptions. Have the whole family ties out upon the stainless blus of the
cover any real moaning to the belief begin to take them today.
pure «ea Yet here, no matter how ter
that a cat can suck the breath of a
“Hood's Sarsaparilla has been used In rific the slaughter, how widespread the
child. Indeed, the seutence Is totally our family tor sorus time, and always with .leatnicUon wrought by man upon hie
good results. Last spring I was all run fellow man. the merciful »ea. inipol-
What la meant by aucking the down and got a bottle of It. and as usual lutable, reticent. Immediately effaces
breath? It may I* true that the cat received »real benefit," Miss Bivnak all trace thereof- hides man's mis
attracted by tlie breath of a child Boves, Stowe. VL
doings from the gaze of high heaven,
who had recently been nursing, might
Hood's Baraaparllla promise to nor allows the poor remains to 11» and
attempt to interfere in aonie manner •ure and keeps the proml.«.
fill the air with pestilence.
with the child's mouth. In young cats
And thia, of course, more so now
the Impulse to nurse might l*e excited
than ever has been before.
Character ofOnr Immigrant».
by the smell of the child's breath
Prior to 1880 tbs nations of western days when Britain twain« the sover
It Is liarvly possible that the cat might
Europe. Great Britain. Germany and eign power at sea. and her wooden
tie ho I zin I with a de«ire to bite or to de
the Scandinavian countries furnished wails were
vour the child's lipa or tongue, lured
over 80 per ceut of all our immigrant» through whole days lu closest proxim
on hy the smell of milk. We are not
the hlghret class that we could hope ity with their enemies. It often befel
In a position to deny these possiblli
Hungary, Italy, Poland and the that ships hulled through and through
tie». Maybe they are true.
other countries of eastern Europe fur with shot drifted for many day»
But not any of theae supposition«
nished less than 1 per cent. From 1881 while the handful of unwounded sur
furnish a basis for the statemeat that
to ISA* the ratios changed slightly, but vivor» accomplished tasks such as
the cat ia liable to auck the child's
stUl western Europeans were greatly make the uifnd reel to think of.
breath. We have always Soard this
But modern sea warfare has changed
In the majority. From Germany alone
statement with a shudder of horror.
For more terrible,
we drew 1,500.000 citizens Inside of 10 nearly all that.
It seems to convey some weird, hor
yeaia. Lately conditions have chang but mercifully far more swift, will be
rible tragedy that can kanlly be imag
Eastern Europeans and Asiatics the conflict lietween hostile fleets In
ined. But It is a mere fancy, the ori
vend us 75 per cent of our Immigrants the future. There will be scarcely any
gin of which la hard to explain.
(so-called Europeans*, while western suetf thing as the lingering agony,
Yet we would advise mothers to be
Europe sends us but 24 per cent. In long drawn out. of the old days of aea
careful atiout leaving the Infant with
1001, for Instance. Austro Hungarians. fighting For one thing, modern Iron-
a cat We do not favor the idea of
Slovaks, Croatians, roles and Magyars c.ads and cruisers going into action
cats sleeping with children. Nor do
to the number of 114.000 came in. while will choose the leaser of two evils eon-
we favor the practice of children play
136.000 Italians honored us with their fronting them. Because of the deadly
ing with cats, handling them, mopping
transfer of "allegiance." In July of peril of splinters and of fire, every
them around the floor, fondling them,
thia year 6T.S38 people of all nations thing of wood In their fittings, even
dressing them up as dolls. It is not
to the twats, will be cast away at the
Immigrated Into this country.
good for the cat It is not good for
beginning of the fight.
la the Sprint.
the child. Neither cats nor dogs ought
Then, when the battle Is Joined, th.
to be treated in this manner. They are
Lowndes. Mo., April 4th.—Mrs. H. seaman must needs bare a heart
all right in their place, but they are ; C. Harty of this place, say«:—
brass Incased In triple steel, a uiind
not fit for playthings.
“For years I was in very bad health.
that refuses to meditate upon the hu-
If the superstition that a cat can Every spring I would get so low that I
med ate possibility of one of those ter-
•uck a child's breath has operated as a was unable to do my own work. I ribli twelve-inch projectiles plunging
preventive to mothers allowing their
down upon his vessel's deck, and out.
children to play with cats it has served any other time of the year. I wa.«: amid the disintegration of all her gang
a very good purpose, but such childish very weak and miserable and had much lions of energy, through the bottom.
uotlons are hardly compatible with ma- pain in mv liack and head. I saw
«» •" un
ture reflection. It Is one of the old IRxid'a Kidnev Pill, advertised last
spring and began treatment of them and
«Inklug a matter
wives' fables which may have served
a good purpose, but It Is too ridiculous they have certainly done me more good 0 111 “utea.
A '* when she sinks, stone-llko—
for repetition. There are other and than anything I have ever used.
“I was all right last spring and felt, pumping being, if possible to a yet un
better reasons why the cat and baby
should not be left together than the better than I have for over ten years, j damaged engine, a manifest absurdity
. _ years of'age
* _ and am stronger , in G»*l rent fabric of steel—with her
vague, unintelligible fear that the cat 1 I am
; must go all her crew
It may sound
will suck the cbild'a breath.—Medical today than I have been for many years
and I give Dodd's Kidney Pills credit cruel and hard-hearted to speak of
their end being mercifully swift, but,
for the wonderful improvement.”
The statement of Mrs. Harty is only in view of the horrors of the old wood
»Kêeley houor - mo « phi NE-TOBACCO
!y?ure KABI7S PERMANENTLY CURED
one of a great many where Dodd’» Kid en ships floating on. veritable charnel
e**'—’ — ros full »» atkula M —
ney Pills have proven themselves to be houses, when the battle was over,
the very best spring medicine. They there was hardly any other term appli
are unsurpassed as a tonic and are the cable.
Electric Light and Pubi c Speaking.
only medicine used in thousands of
The modern man-of-war will not. at
Singers, actors and public perform
any rate, prolong the agonies of her
ers generally aie able to speak with families.
crew when she Is scuttled. Sb. will go
much greater ease and comfort in a
down quick Into tne pit In a halo of
building lighted with electricity than
"Say. pa.” queried littls Johnay steam, a whirling vortex of waves, and
In one where gaslight is used. In the Bu m pernick I e, "do actions speak loudet
former case th. temperature of the than words?”
whole building Is more equal and the
“Civil actions do, my son,” answered
risk of catching cold is consequently the old man. "A judgment is wore tha.
diminished. The speaker is cooler, does a dun.”
not perspire, his throat is not parched,
and bls voice Is less liable to get
We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for
husky. It Is said that since the intro any
case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by
duction of electric light public perform Hall s Catarrh t ure.
F J. (.HENEY A CO . Prop«.,Toledo, O.
ers are in much better voice than they
We, the underalgned, hare known F J.
Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe him
NO APPETITE - EMACIATED - NERVOUS.
Many Women During* the Spring Months Suffer From
Extreme Lassitude, Loss of Appetite and
Nervousness What They Need Is
' in five minute, from the commence
ment of her downward plunge there
will be no »Igti that ahe haa ever
been, and only If other ve.*el» be very
near will there be any possible chance
of saving a handful of stalwart awlm
mere whose superhuman struggles
Miss Bertha M. Rush, 5455 Kin-
have wrenched them clear of the de
vourtng, down dragging eddies
More entile street, I'ittaburg, l'a.. Supeiu -
than a mere handful there could not tendent Junior Society id Methodist
t»e In any cnse, since another tremen Protestant Church end leading soprano
" Wools cannot
dous difference between past and pres <4 the choir, writes
ent sea fighting u thnt ths steel-clad dwrritie my thankfulnen to you lor
monster, go Into battle with hardly a Peruna. I was a sufferer from sys
man visible, almost sll of them hid temic catarrh lor years ami »»« in h
den behind massive walls shut In from very much run down condition. I was
the devastating Impact of large pro- extremely nervous and hud ‘lie most
well a» the horrible hall foolish fi •are over nothing. I was thin
and emaciate i.
of llotehkiaa and Maxim bullets.
“My physician advised mo to leave
The pomp and pageantry of sea war
fare In Nelaou'a day. with Its stripped this climate but as it was not I'rllU'll
crowds of men swarming about th. lent to do so at tills tune, I took the
Incumbered decks, and streaming flags advice of a friend to use a bottle of I* •
from every mast, haie gone with the rima. 1 took it faithfully and when
towering ranges of Milla and nimbi» the first bottle was gone I fell so much
sailors who leapt about aloft handling twtter that I bought six more and took
them even durlug the height of t>attto them faithfully, after which 1 looked
The new man of war goes Into th. like a new woman.
“I gained in flesh, my appetite re
fight grim, unadorned, and apparently
proceeding by her own volition. Ilk. turned and all my old symptoms had
some unthinkable marine monster be disappeared. I am more than thank
(til to Peruna.” — Mis» Bertha M
gotten of the elder slime.
Nor will th. elements Interfere either
I AM URI I».
to retsrd or accelerate the Issue» as
once they did. Whether It b. calm or
Everybody Is Tired Spring Weath
storm. blue sky or fog. night or day,
er Docs It—livery One should
the battle will be Joined.
To a landsman, and .ven to a mer
IV press ion of the nervous system at
chant seaman, there la something pe the approach of spring is the cause.
culiarly terrifying In ths notion of a
General lassitude, dull, heavy sensa
sen fight In n fog. It ts n time of tions, continual tired feeling, with ir
terror even tn "peaceful navigation, regular appetite, and sometime« loss of
since the great sea breadths seem to sleep. Peruna meets every indication
liars contracted, and one s faculties ar. and proves itself to be |>erfectly adapted
kept at their utmost tension In caae of to all their varied peculiariti«». Pe
running across another ship, l og la runa invigorates the system, rejuve
the only elemental condition that suc nates the feelings, rva'ores the normal
ceeds tn making th. great, wide sea appetite and produce, regular sleep.
look a little place, where not merely
That tired feeling which 1» the nat
navies have no room to float, but It ural result of the depressing effect of
«evms Impossible to avoid colliding warm weather immediately after the
with the only other ship that was In invigorating cold of winter, quietly dis
•lght before those fleecy walls of mys apjwars when Peruna is taken. Thous
tery closed In upon the seafarers. Yet ands are dailv testilvuig to its pt icelee»
th. modern sea warrior among us Is benefit.
trained to welcome that terrifying con
Mrs. 11. Kassatt, 130» W. 13th
dition of things, to dash at utmost street, IVs Moines, la., writes
speed through the thickness and burst happy to give my endorsement for your
upon his enemy with ths sudden un valuable medicine, Peruna, as I consid
expectedness of the lightning stroke.
er it a valuable medicine to take when
And to add to all theae terrible con- I the system i. run down from overwork.
MINN Bl RIHA M. RUSH 1*11 I sill R<l.
dltlons of modern sea warfare we have About two years ago I felt that I must
Miss Rush Suffered With Systemic Catarrh Was Nerv on», Had No
now the submarine. Not content with take a long lest a- I ha.I Iwsn unable
the mighty arena of conflict afforded to work for over a to< nth sixl could Appetite. Grew I hin and ImsUatcd. She Now l ooks IJkc a New Woman
by the open surface of the sea. In gala, not r<-gain my strength, I could not After a Course of I'c-ru-na.
or fog. or calm, the sea fighter must steep at night and was in a very nerv
now descend Into darkness and si ous, high strung, condition
Tired, Nervous Women.
If you do not reiche prompt and
lence. th. realm of the utterly un to try what Peruna would do to build
•atidaitory revolts from the use of
known. In order that he may haply up my strength, and am pleased to say
hurl, at on. fell blow as from a burst that I began to improve very shortly,
Peruns, write al on*c to Dr Hartman,
ing volcano. Into blazing, boiling ruin and in less than two months I was able
Ing a full statement of your *aae,
and death, eight hundred llvea, and to take up my work, and felt letter
and he will he pleased tu give you his
the revenue of a principality. For man than I have for years. I take it now
haa even extended the battle ground twice a year and find that it keeps n>e
valuable adv ce gratis.
of the sea.—Frank T. Bullen. In Ixm- in perfect hcatlh.” Mrs Kassa It was
AdJress |>r. Hartman, President of
lot over ten years the rnsnager of a
don Daily Mall.
the Hartman Sanitarium, Lolumbxr,
plant furnishing ladies' wear and em
ploying hundreds ot women.
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It cures hot. dweating, arhing. swo I mb feet
Cures corns, ingrowing nails and bunions. At
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any substitute Sample mailed FREE Address
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io Canada. Now the annual export of
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world's product is mined in tLe vicin
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faces of tne system. Price 75c. per bottle,
bold by all Druggists. Testimonials free.
Hall i Family rills are the best.
The population of Ireland, which fifty
years ago w as over 8,000.000, is now less
Little Liver Pills.
For coughs and cold« there ia no better
medicine than Piao'a Cure for Consump
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The no-called oil of roses la manufac
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NOT A SKIN DISEASE,
When a soldier or a sailor is told a gun la of a certain caliber lie knows
exactly what the words mean, but the ordinary layman does not, and. there
for«. when lie read some time ago In the newspapers that the biggest gun
in the world bad Just tieen finished at Watervliet arsenal It Is very doubt
ful If he was able to form any precise Idea of the magnitude of the new
weapon. If so. be will surely be interested in the picture which nccom-
panles this story, since it represents two children sitting In th« very breech
of this monstrous gun and thus shows at a glance Its great dimensions The
children are 9 or 10 years of age and there Is ample room for both of them.
THE DEADLY TORPEDO’S METAL BRAIN
It is natural to rub the spot that hurts, and when rheumatic
It has been stated that much of the
pains are shooting through the joints and muscles and they are Japanese
inflamed and sore, the sufferer is apt to turn to liniments and plasters around Port Arthur
for relief; and while such treatment may quiet the pain temporarily, gyroscope. This is
no amount of rubbing or blistering can cure Rheumatism, because it • delicate appar
is not a skin disease, but is in the blood and all through the system, atus for keeping a
and every time you arc exposed to the same conditions that caused torpedo straight in
the first attack, you are going to have another, and Rheumatism Its course, even
will last just as long as the poison is in the blood, no matter what through a distance
you apply externally. Too muc
much acid in the blood is one cause of of 2,000 yards. It
Rheumatism ; stomach troubles, bad digestion, weak kidney3 and Is a small, weight
ed. wheel-like ob
torpid liver are other causes
UHABL8 TO SLEEP AT NIGHT.
ject. carefully bus -
which bring on this painful dis
Sidney, Ohio, August 26, 1903.
ease, because the blood becomes
A few month« ago I was feeling weak
run down and unable to get sleep at
tainted with the poisonous mat and
night. I felt extremely bad, and also had
rheumatic pains in my joints and mus
ter which these organs fail to cles.
The medicine I used gave me only
carry out of the system. Cer temporary
relief at best; so seeing 8. 8 S.
recommended for such trou
tain secret diseases will produce highlj
bles, I began ita use, and after taking ft
Rheumatism, and of all forms for some time was well pleased with the pended on gyinbols In the buoyancy
result. It did away with tha rheumatic
this is the most stubborn and pains,
gave me refreshing sleep and chamber of th. torpedo. Attached to Its
up my general system, giving me
severe, for it seems to affect built
strength and energv It is a good medi axis Is a steel spring connected with the
every bone and muscle in the cine, without a doubt, and I take pleas tooth gearing A rod to the air lever
actuates it. When the lever Is thrown
body. The blood is the medium R ure F. in
D No. r.
8. 8. BOUGHTOW.
back the spring la released, and tbs
by which the poisons and acids
are carried through the system, and it doesn't matter what kind of gyroscope spins around at the rate of
2,200 revolutions a minute In bls book
Rheumatism you have, it must be treated through the blood, or you on
"Torpedoes and Torpedo Vessels,”
can never get permanently rid of it. As a cure for rheumatic trou Lieut.
Armstrong, of the British navy,
bles S. S. S. has never been equalled. It doesn’t inflame the stomach says:
and ruin the digestion like Potash, Alkalies and other strong drugs,
"The gyroscope works a servo motor,
but tones up the general health, gently actuating a pair of movable vertical
stimulates the sluggish organs, and at rudders placed In recesses In th. ver
the same time antidotes and filters out tical fins. These rudders, be It re
of the blood all poisonous acids and membered, are therefore supplement
effete matter of every kind ; and when ary to the small adjusted vertical rud
S. S. S. has restored the blood to it. ders ordinarily fitted, but which may
natural condition, the painful, feverish be discarded If a gyroscope Is being
used. If, now, the torpedo from any
Joints and the sore and tender muscles are immediately relieved.
cause, external or Internal, be de
Our special book on Rheumatism will tie mailed free to thos. fleeted out of the line of fire, the gy
desiring it. Our physicians will cheerfully answer all letters asking roscope, by maintaining Its axial posi
for special information or advice, for which no charge is made.
tion In th. line of fire, act. on th.
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Seventy seven per cent of the wornet
and but <13 per cent of the men taking
the civil servlve examination are able
to pass It.
llluks—Th»y say that thrre are teli»
of thousands ot farti* curisi» in lina
Wlnk»—Te». and there'll lo» tana of
thousaii'ls more, rf thè doctore doo't coinè
down In their prive».
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CURE SICK HEADACHE
The Into John It. Proctor, president
of th. Civil Service Commission, was a
student of the University of Pennsyl
Ths Archbishop of Canterbury takes
vania In 18*13 and 18*14, and In his col rank as first peer of the realm.
lege days liked nothing better than to
set out early on a frosty morning and
walk twenty-five or thirty miles
through the country.
Once he met an Irishman on the road
to Morristown. He and the Irlshmnn
plodded along together a matter of six
or seven miles They a topped and read
each milestone, and Proctor said:
When the nerves are weak
“I think that milestones cheer a road
up wonderfully, don't you?”
everything goes wrong. You
"Faith, an’ I do that," said the Irish
are tired ail the time, easily
man. ”1 find them a great comfort. It
discouraged, nervous, and
would be an Improvement, though, If
irritable. Your cheeks are
they was nearer one another, wouldn't
Women Have the Better Hecord.
I r . V • '
Dr k. II. Kllur, I t.l Bl* Àn b M . I'hliash
Court of Arbitration.
Perrin’s Pile Specific
I I I Ò
servo-motor, and by mean, of the ver
tical rudders steer, the torpedo back
again to It. original position."
Thus the torpedo bi endowed with a
brain, so to speak, that directs Its
course through the waves on Its tnla
slon of death.
"The reason I can't get along with
my wife Is that she wants to submit all
our differences to arbitration.”
"To arbitration T’
“Yes. Hhe always wants to refer
disputes to her mother.”—Town and
I >urlng leap year every eligible
te you la young man should be equipped with a
w alani, a
?ale and your blood is thin.
our doctor says you are
threatened with a nervous
breakdown. He orders this
grand old family medicine.
•• F<»r mors than M years I have uaed Ayer’s
ffnrSR|*Ar1lla In my family. It h a grand tonic
at ail times and a wonderful medicine for Im
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' ell and
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