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CURE MY BACK?
Common mm* will do mora to
ear* backache than anything; else.
"Twill teU you whether the kidneys
are sore, swollen and aching, it will
tail you la that case that there || do
ws trying to core It with a plaster.
If the passage* are scent or too
frequent, proof tkat there la kidney
trouble la complete. Then common
sense will tell you to us* Doan's
Kidney Pills, the best recommended
special kidney remedy.
Frfld A. Campbell, Atlantic Am,
Boothbay Harbor,lie.,ssys: "Icannot
deeeribe the awful pain I endured.
Tbe kidney* were in terrible condition;
pain in void- «iWy A
big urine was picturw fjM
intense and TtUam tTk.
often 1 passed -Story V "
weeks I was
laid up inSlB^UHr
bed. Doan's W
Kidney T>i ' u ■ T
p* nn * n « nt 'y u
cured me alt- fIV
«r I bad doc
-1 toivd without
AT AXX niMOW 50c- a Box
B Mr B.H. leay. Marion. N.C.. WT*««I
I "If 7 horse Had a rery bad caae of iparta ■
■ and nothing did any good until I tried your ■
■ Uutui ijnlment. I rubbed tb* apavin ■
■ frequently with the liniment and aoon law ■
Ban improTement. I did t hit three or four ■
■ times a day and my horw waa completely ■
■ cured. It ia »ure to cure if properly uaad." |
Cholly—This la leap year, Mrs.
Twice wed. Great time for widow*.
Mrs. Twice wed—Oh! We widows
don't have to wait for leap year to
Another Use for Medicine.
A Chicago family which employs as
its butler an old-fashioned negro was
constantly annoyed by the doorbell of
the house getting out of order. On
several occasions an electrician, who
uaed some sort of white powder
in his work, had been called In to fix
One evening when there were guests
at dinner, one of them complained
of a sore throat. The mistress of the
house turned to the butler and said:
"Sam, when dinner Is over, go to the
drug store and get a small bottle of
"Before de Lawd!" exclaimed the
negro in genuine distress. "Is dat do'-
bell out of ordah ag'ln?"—Popular
One In Three.
It la difficult to make people bellevw
that coffee ia a poison to at least one
person out of every three, but people
are slowly finding it out, although
thousanda of them suffer terribly be
fore they discover the fact
A New York hotel man aaya: "Bach
time after drinking coffee I became
restless, nervous and excited, so that I
waa unable to sit five minutes in one
place, waa also Inclined to vomit and
aufler from loss of aleep, .■which got
worse and worse.
"A lady aald that perhaps coffee waa
the cause of my trouble, and suggested
that I ti"y Postum. I laughed at the
thought that coffee hurt me, but she
inaiated so hard that I finally had
some Postum made. I have been us
ing It in place of coffee ever alnce, for
I noticed that all my former nervous
ness and Irritation disappeared. I be
gan to sleep perfectly, and the Postum
tasted as good or better than the old
coffee, ao what waa the uae of stick
ing to a beverage that waa injuring
"One day on an excursion up the
country I remarked to a young lady
friend on her greatly Improved appear
ance. She explained that some time
before she had quit using coffee and
taken to Postum. She had gained a
number of pounds and her former pal
pitation of the heart, humming in the
•are, trembling of the han4a and lega
and other diaagreeable feelings bad
diaappeared. She recommended me to
quit coffee and take Postum and waa
very much anrprlaed to find that I had
already made the change.
"She said her brother had also re
ceived great benefit* from leaving off
oottm and taking on Postum." "There's
NEW LAWS FOR
CONGRESS TO MAKE INVESTIGA
TION IN MANNER OF EQUIP
THE VESSELS ARE TOO URGE
Inquiry to Be« Made By Merchant Ma
rine and Fisheries Committee—Gov
ernment Control of the Wireless
Telegraph Will Be Urged st Ones.
Washington—A searching investiga
tion by the House into the sinking of
the Titanic was provided In a resolu
tion offered by Representative Mott of
New York (Republican), with a view
to the enactment of legislation provid
ing for proper safeguards for human
life on board all vessels arriving at or
leaving United States ports.
The inquiry will be made by the
merchant marine and fisheries com
mittee, which will be endowed with
all the powers of a high court.
Representative Alexander, chairman
of the committee, declared this catas
trophe should stop the building of
such enormous vessels, for which
there was no conimercial need. Thiß
could be accomplished, he said, by leg
islation to limit the size of ocean going
vessels admitted to American ports.
"This committee will soon report a
bill to regulate radio-communication,"
said Mr. Alexander.
"There should be an international
agreement for protection of sea traf
fic, regulation of the size of ships and
designation of what routes vessels
should travel at different seasons. If
the Titanic had taken a longer south
ern route the disaster would not have
The necessity of some sort of gov
ernmental control over the operation
of radio-telegraphy was forcibly
brought home to government officials
by the Titanic disaster.
President Taft was in conference at
the White House for nearly two hours
with some of bis Cabinet officers
whose functions cover the operation?
of tbis new system of telegraphy.
Final Roll of Rescued Mads Up.
New York—That the final roll of
the rescued from the Titanic disaster
had practically been made up was the
impression that grew almost Into con
viction as the hours wore on without
the revision of lists adding measur
ably to the total of known survivors.
Of definite news of the disaster lit
tle has been added. Down the Atlan
tio coast, fog enveloped In many
places as the report showed, crept the
Cunarder Carpathla, bearing on her
the 868 lives that had been snatched
from the water when the Titanic'*
twenty boata, laden to their limit, one
by one made their way from the giant
liner as it became known that she wa«
aoon to take her fatal plunge.
Rebels Capture Important City,
Washington. Culican, capital ol
Sinaloa, haa been captured by the
Mexican rebels, according to state de
partment advices. Guerrero was add
ed to the list of states where the In
surrecto movement is growing. It it
now denied from Salina Cruz, the
western terminus of the Tehuantepec
railroad that this line is menaced.
Provides Funds to Protect Levees.'
Washington, D. C.—The senate pass
ed the house bill to appropriate S3OO,
000 in addition to the $350,000 already
provided to maintain and protect the
levees on the Mississippi river against
the Impending flood. The bill now
goes to the president, who urged this
action In a special message.
Delegation Favora Taft.
Dover, Del. —The republican atate
convention, In session here elected a
national convention delegation which
was not pledged, but which favors
Bailey Off Finance Committee.
Washington.—Senator Bailey, rank
ing member of the Senate finance com
mittee, notified his colleagues on the
committee that be would not be able
to perform bia duties in connection
with the conaideration of the tarifl
bills now before the Senate. He sug
geeted that Senator Simmons be se
lected to do the work he was to have
done, and at a meeting of the Demo
cratic members of tb» committee It
waa unanimously agreed that Sena
tor Simmons should take charge oi
the floor of the Senate.
Mrs. Ople Grace on Trial.
Atlanta, Ga. —At her preliminary
hearing, Mrs. Daiay Ople Grace was
bound over to the grand jury' on a
charge of ahooting her husband, Eu
gene H. Grace, with Intent to murder.
Her bond of $7,500 was continued. The
hearing bad been set for earlier hi the
day but waa reset to escape a large
crowd which filled the court room.
What appeared to be the most damag
ing testimony to the defendant waa
given by the negress cook at the
J . - /
Isny Lives Lest Every Year Freirt
This Caut*—Reason* Why Tress
passing Should be Stopped.
Washington, D. C. —Statistics com
piled by the Interstate Commerce Com
mission are directing popuisr atten
tion strongly to the large number of
peoplo who are annually killed and in
jured while trespassing on the proper
ty o! the railways of the United States
Referlng to thia subject in an address
delivered before the Railroad Club of
Richmond, Vs., Prealdent Flnley, of
the Southern Railway Company, said:
"While speaking on the eubject of
preventable accidents, let me call at
tention to the great loaa of life on
American raliwaya by trespassers oa
railway property. I will make no men
tion of the thousands of cases of pfft
sons) injuries sustained annually by
persons trespassing on railway proper
ty,' in connection with which the rail
ways are called upon to pay out an
nually iarge sums, or of the great dam
age done to railway property caused
by acts of trespassers, I will simply
refer to the loss of life. ,
"The statistics ef the Interstate
Commerce Commission show that no
l«*ss than 51,083 people were killed
while trespassing on the property of
the railways of this country during the
ten years, 1902-1911, and that out of
the total number of people, 10,396, kill
ed for the year ended June 30. 1911,
6,284, or more than 50 per cent, were
trespassers. The railways, at an ex
pense of millions of dollars for the In
stallation of block signals, have car
rled the prevention of collisions so far
that the total number of passengers
and employees killed in such acci
dents annual la about 400. While we
should aim, through greater efficiency
of operation, to eliminate these acci
dents entirely, is it not worth while
for the governments to take some
action to stop the evil of trespassing
which costs an average of over 6,000
"If for no other reason than for the
protection of those who participate in
it, trespassing should be abolished in
some way. I mention this In the hope
that »ot only those interested in the
welfare and prosperity of our rail
ways, but In the welfare of the nation,
will do everything that la within the!?
power to aid in bringing about the
enactment of such reasonable and
helpful legislation as will result in a
great saving of life, and, at the same
time, relieve the railways of the coun
try of considerable trouble and ex.
Recreation of Authors.
Rmerson Hough, author of The Mis
sissippi Bubble, 64-40 or Fight, The
Purchase Price, etc., spends several
weeks each year hunting and fishing.
Frederic Isham Is a confirmed globe
trotter. The Social Bucaneer and
other novels from his pen have been
written as he traveled.
James Whltcomb Riley is a lover of
nature. Now he spends much of hie
time in a big motor car.
Wells Hastings, who wrote The Man
In the Brown Derby, is an art critic.
Much of his leisure time is passed in
Harold MacGrath Is fond of tjravel
and visiting with friends. He sayf
The Carpet From Bagdad gave him a
fine excuse to go to the Orient.
Kate Trible Sharber, who can claim
At the Age of Eve as her very own, ie
a great reader of serious things.
William Johnston wrote The Yellow
Letter for recreation. During work
hours he is a practical newspaper
Lloyd Osborne is an enthusiastic
member of the Lambs' Club. A Person
of Some Importance was partly writ
ten in the club-house writing room.
Miss I. A. R. Wylle studies Interna
tlonal questions. The Germans admi
rably sets forth her Ideas on this sub
Howard Chandler Christy, the artist
Is fond of out-of-door life, playß tennif
and takes an active Interest in the
work about his farm.
Henry Russell filler cultivates n
back-yard garden. The Man Higher
Up was written for recreation, but
His Rise to Power was a serloua effort
Harris Dickson, who has made Old
Reliable famous, visits New York City
and his college at Washington, once a
Mrs. May Futrelle, author of Secre
tary of Frivolous Affairs, cultivates
Leaders Stand by Ecenomy Idea
Washington.—Democratic leaders ol
the house have determined to stand
by their plans for economy In the ap
pproprtatlon supply bills and have
served notice that the first clash will
soon come In conference on the army
appropriation bill. The senate com
mittee on military affairs added to the
bouse bill $7,537,463. Tbe house Demo
crat* declare that If anything will d»
lay an adjournment *t Congress tn
time for the national conventions it
will be a refusal of the senate con
fereea to yield on the supply bills.
A Rich Young Grand Duchess.
London. —The new Grand Duchess
Marie of Luxemburg will be'very rich
for she succeeds to nearly all the im
mense fortune of her father, the late
grand duke, who waa very wealthy
and apent large sums on tbe duchy.
Me used to pay the diplomatic repre
sentativea whom he maintained at
Berlin, Parla, Vienna, Brussels and
The Hague. In London Luxemburg ia
represented by the Netherlands min
ister. Tbe. grand duchess haa been
very carefully brought up. She haa
learned many languages.
Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It oontains neither Opium, Morphine nor
other Narcotic sobstanoe. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms and allays
Feverishness. For more than thirty years it has been in constant use for the relief
of Constipation, Flatulency, Wind Colio, all Teething Troubles and Diarrhoea. It
regulates the Stomach and Bowels, assimilates the Food, giving healthy and
natural sleep. The Children's Panacea—The Mother's Friend. v
The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been in use for over
90 years, has borne the signature of Chas. H. Fletcher, and has been made under
his personal supervision since its infancy. Allow no one to deceive you in this.
All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-good" are but Experiments that trifle with
and endanger the health of Infants and Children—Experience against Experiment.
(Letters from Prominent Physicians
addressed to Chas. H. Fletcher.
Dr. Alb«t W. Kahl, Qf Buffalo, N. Y., says: '1 hav. ttsed Castorla fa
my practice for the paat 26 years. I regard it aa an excellent medicin.
Dr. Gustave A. Elsengraeber, of St Paul, Minn., sayi: "I hara Med
your Caatorla repeatedly In my practice ■with good roaulta, and can recom*
mend it as an excellent, mild and harmless remedy for children."
Dr. EL J. Dennis, of St Louis, Mo., says: "I bate used and prescribed
your Castorla In my sanitarium and outside practice for a number of yeara
and find it to be an excellent remedy for children."
Dr. S. A. Duchanan, of Philadelphia, ra., says: "I hav. used your Caa
torla in the cane of my own baby and find it pleasant to take, and hava
obtained excellent results from its use."
Dr. J. E. Simpson, of Chicago, ill., says: hare used your Castorla in
cases of colic In children and have found it the beet medicine of its kind
Dr. R. E. Esklldaon, of Omaha, Neb., says: "I ffnd your Castorla to he a
standard family remedy. It is the best thing lor infanta and children 1
have ever known and I recommend it."
Dr. L. R. Itoblnaon, of Kansas City, Mo., Bays: 'Tour Castorla certainly
has merit I« not its ago, its continued use by mothers through all these
years, and the many attempts to imitate it sufficient recommendation?
What can a physician add? Leave It to the mothers."
Dr. Edwin F. Pardee, of New York City, says: "For several years I hava
recommended your Castorla and shall always continue to do bo, as It has
Invariably produced beneficial results."
Dr. N. B. Slier, of Brooklyn, N. Y, says: "I object to irhat are called
patent medlclnea, where maker alone know* what Ingredients are put la
them, but I know the formula of your Castorla and advise its use."
GENUINE: CASTOR!A ALWAT.
_ Bean the Signatureo^^^^^^^
He Kind Yon Have ilways Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years.
ILMCI vopy Ul TMI eiltTAUll T? ■WRMV CTMIT, M« VeM «Tf.
PUTNAM F4DELESS DYES
Brown —I saw a man drop twenty
stories the other day, and It was a
caution the way be swore.
Green®—Swore after dropping twen
Brown—Yes. They were In a mag
azine be had just bought, and he
trapped It in the mud. —Judge.
CHILL TUNIC. Ton Snow thu yoo are taking.
The formula ll tlal»ly printed on erery bottle,
(bowlna It la timely einlne a..d Imn In a taetrl*M
form, and tbo mo* effectual form. Kor grown
people a.-4 cbillKi. eonu.
It doesn't seem right that a woman
should have two ears tor hearing
gossip and only one tongue for re
Kill the Flies Now and Prevent
ainesse. A DAIBY FLY KILLER will dolt.
Kills thousand*. I.sMk all fwawin. 15 cmli
e»oh at dealer* or tlx Rent prepaid for SI.(XI.
H.BOMEKB, 1601)e Kalb Av., Brooklyn, N.Y.
Always remember to be a gentle
man —unless you are a woman.
T^ , rJ3?.^Pr^nS NnI?J?.,fV?&7S.NT
iIKNT fall* to car* an/ caw of ltehlng, Blind,
Bleeding or Protruding Files In •to 14 days. 60a
I O U are vowels that have caused
many a man's downfall.
"Ptak Br*" to Bpidemle In the Spring.
Try Marina Er* Remedy tor Reliable Relief
If a girl really wants a man's love
she returns It.
flloce it la worth while to be well, take
Sarllcld Tea, Nature'* Medicine.
The deserving poor do not always
deserve to be.
A BLOOD MEDICINE WITHOUT ALCOHOL
Reoently it has bean definitly proven by experiment* on animals that aloobot
lowers the germicidal power of the body and that aloohol paralyzes the white oor
puscles of the blood and renders tbem unable to take up snd destroy disease germs.
Disease germs cause tbe death of over one-half of tbe htimsn race.
A blood medicine, made entirely without alcohol, which is a pure glyoeric ex
tract of roots, such as Bloodroot, Queen's root, Golden Seal root, Mandrake and
8too« root, has bean extensively sold by druggitts for the past forty year* a* Dr.
Ple*oe's Golden Medical Diseovery. The refreshing influence of thi* extract i* like
Nature'a influence —the blood is bathed in the tonio which gives life to the blood—
the vital ires of tbe body burn brighter and their increased activity ooneumee the
tissue rubbish which haa accumulated during the winter.
fDr. R. V. Pieroe, the founder of the Invalida' Hotel and
Surgical Inatitute, and a phyaician of large experience aad
practice, waa the first to make ap an ALTSSATIVE EXTSACT of
roots, without a partlole of aloohol or narcotic.
"It is with the ersataet of pleaanre, that 1 write to let yen know of
the treat benefit 1 received from the use of your medlclnee and Mis
treatment at borne," wrltee Mas. Vs. Haras, of Ladysmith. B. C. " I suf
fered for three yean from a ninnlnr core. Consulted four doctor* but
they failed to mend or give relief. Finally I waa told I waa hi consump
tion and would have to coneult a specialist concern In* my ear, that the
dead bona must be cut out before the wound would heal. A kind friend
advtaed me to write to Dr. Pierce, which I did, and after eeven months'
uee of the treatment the sore Is healed, and I enjoy bettor health than I
ever did. 1 dressed the wound with Dr. Pierce's All-Heallnc Salve and
took tbe 'Gotdrnifedtaal Discovery' aad 'Plaaaant PeUota' for my
troubles, f shall always recommend your medicine*.
Kn Bim Dr. Piaroc's Pleasant Pellets regulate liver aad bowels.
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