The Oklahoma State Capital. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 13, No. 325, Ed. 1 Sunday, May 11, 1902 Page: 2 of 8
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iHii OKLAHOMA i^APITrt.1,, ac.MJAl AlOKMAU, .uAi II, 1902.
RAP OF IOWA
To be Condition
Disputes Are Not Settled.
The name Itch King rightfully belongs to Eczema, for no other disease can approach
if Labor it in the intensity and fierceness of its itching It is an irresistible and overpowering itch,
unlike that produced by any other disease, or from any other cause. Eczema's itch is torture,
and, at times, so distracting that the sufferer scratches till the skin is broken and streaked
with blood. Scratching does harm, of course, but the eczema patient Is deaf to reason and
reckless of consequences when the itching begins.
CI Tin ACC DCrnDHC I Eczema is caused by a too acid blood and the retention in the system of uratic and
jUKi AjJ K LIuK LP J. Other waste matters which the proper organs have failed to remove, and, through the circula-
tion, these irritating poisons are carried to the surface of the body, producing inflammation
and redness of the skin, pimples, pustules and blisters, discharging a gummy, sticky fluid,
which dries and hardens
R. G. Dun and Company's! an UNENDURABLE ITCHING
Weekly Review Forecasts a
Delivers an Address and
I Takes Jab at Trusts.
THEY CANNOT EXIST.
Now York, May 10.—K. O. Dunn fi
company's weekly review says:
At a time when consumptive demand
surpass till previous records in the na-
tions history It Is unfortunate that
production should be curtailed. Fires
labor controversies and tornado stop-
pod work at many points, greatly re- I
duclng the output, and many more
wane disputes must be settled before j
| I Buffered for three years with Eczema
on the lower part of my leg and ankle,
and it becasie so badly swollen that I
could not wear my shoe and was practi-
j cally n cripple most of the time. I spent
a good deal of money without relief, and
| hail about given up hope of ever getting
rid of the tormenting disease, which at
times iti bed almost beyond endurance.
When my attention was called to S. S. S.
I deckled to try it and began to improve
at once, and in n short time was cured.
The P. S. P. also built up my general
health, and I feel better in every way.
I am convinced S. S. S. is the greatest
known romedy for Eczema.
II. B. PWHHT,
f boon severe, the largest tin plate plan!
I In the world being rendered Idle prob-
ably for a month, while many found-
< arles and shops were destroyed. Price
of A<om modi ties on May 1. as shown
by Dunn's Index number, rose to the
■£hitfh«aUpolnt. In recent years, gaming
per' cent over the corresponding
\date of last year, but this week thero
khan been a material decline in Bome
"products.* notably, grain. Distribution
^through retail*channelb continues very
?«tllheavy. Railway earnings are steadily
*jg&ll4n<ifull returns for/April-«xceod-
"VyHng year's'by 10.6 per cent and
M900*by*3& ix r cent.
■ Procrastinating consume™ who pre
%r'4lcte<fca collapse In the Iron and steel
?jnarkotsalruilan«toftta«< break that oc-
curred two years ago have greatly
augmentetWthe pressure.by tardily at-
tempting to supply their .requirements.
Domestic hides have been advanced.
•v especially In packer varieties.
Dispatches to this paper promise a
huge wool clip, though, the late spring gen£ frec to all who desire it.
has delayed shearing. There has been
less selling or wool on the sheep's
hack, and ranchmen appear to no m
financial condition to hold thfeir yield.
Exports from all parts or the rutted
States during the week amounted to
:i,477.371) bushels, flour Included, com-
pared with 5,676,037 in the preceding
wrok. but there appeared an Increase
of over :?.ir 3,BBi bushed shlped a year
ago. Special reports to Dunn's re-
Mow indicate that the outlook for
a spring wheat is good, but Bonn re-
duction in acreage was caused by the
high prices or coarse grain ami last.
year's splendid returns from • lorida.
Evidence of ft larger planting had a
weak Influence on corn out there still
appears an Increase of 25 per cent
over the prices of the year preceding
and 0 per cent over IMO at this date.
Failures for the week numbered IMS
In the I'nited States against 1H7 last
year and 24 in Canada against 26
last year. t 4
into scales or brail-like par-
ticles, or forms into great
sores or scftbs. These
highly inflammatory pois-
ons break down the pores
and glands of the skin, and
cause it to harden, crack
and bleed. This is one of
tlie most inveterate and
painful forms of this disease.
Eczema attacks the head,
face, arms, chest, back, legs
and feet—in fact, any and
every part of the bod}'. It
may came in sparcely scat-
tered patches or break out
in large spots, but whatever
TORNfENTED FOR FIVE YEARS.
The doctors said T hail pustular Eczema;
it would break out in small white pca-
tulea, mostly on my fare and handa,
discharging a sticky fluid ; crusts would
form and drop off, leaving the skin red
anil inflamed. I was tormented with the
itching and burning characteristic of the
disease for five years, and during the
time used various medicated soaps, oint-
ments and washes, but these applications
seemed to make me worse. After taking
S. 8 8 n «hort time I began to improve;
tlie itching did not worry me so much.
I continued the medicine, nnd soon all
me ugly eruptions disappeared and my
skin is now cs dear r.3 Anybody's; I nave
not been troqWel with it cince.
E. E. Kelly, t'rbana O
Gov. Cummins Says Commer-
cial Despotism Can no More
Than Governmental Des-
potism be Tolerated.
Cure for Hemorrhoids. CARNEGIE HAS
Humphrey's Witch Hazel Oil
cures Piles or Hemorrhoids-
External or Internal.
fctf One application gives relief.
Sample mailed frec.
At Druggists. or mailed for 23 cl-.
Hn-uphrrys Med Co.. 111 William St . N Y.
Makes a Strange Prediction
* About End of Britlan.
it with the strong hand of the law
will bo to inflict a mortal wound up-
on the body 01 Industry. I reject the
"Every period of the v 8 his-
tory exhibits tendencies of a i.ko
acter. They have been overcome ann
the world moved on. Ihe strong, am-
bitious spirits of every age have sought
absolute dominion, and tne consolida-
tions of the last few years simply fur-
| nish another illustration of the tow-
ering desire to rule."
... . 116 Palmetto St, Chattanooga, Tenn
the end of the month -or furnace fires
voivo"''i!y'("navii tlie form, or wherever located, the itching at times, especially after retiring or when the liody
is overheated, is almost unbearable. In Eczema the blood must be treated, and not the skin,
if a permanent cure is effected. Local applications ot w ashes, ointments or salves allay the
itching and burning to some extent, but do not reach the acid-laden blood, or cleanse the
circulation of the accumulated waste, but S. S. S. does, and hv thus removing the cause, the
irritating eruption disappears, the itching and burning ceases and the unhealthy skin
becomes soft and smooth again. S. S. S. cures Eczema and all skin diseases of the Uric
Acid type, restoring to the tliin, sour blood all of its lost properties, making it rich and pure
again. All parts of the system take on new life, and all inflammation subsides under the
influence ot the nourishing, cooling blood.
Chronic sufferers from any form of Eczema or other
skin troubles will find S. S. S. a remedy that they can
rely upon, no matter how severe the disease or how long
it has resisted other treatment.
S. S. S. contains no Arsenic or mineral of any
description, but is guaranteed purely vegetable. S. S. S.,
the King of Blood Purifiers, is the only known medicine
that conquers Eczema, the Itch Ki;ig of skin diseases. Write us about your case, and our
physicians will advise you withcylt charge. Our illustrated book on skin diseases will be
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.. Atlanta. G«.
retail druggists of Wagoner
have organized a Retail Druggists'
ST. JOE AND DES MOINES.
St. Joseph, Mo., May 10.—Score:
St. Joseph ...100048000—14 wj 1
Des Moines . .0003 1 3004—11,15
Batteries -Parvin and Roth; Barry
OMAHA AND KANSAS CITY.
Kansas City, Mo., May 10.—Score:
Omaha ooiooiooo—3 4 3
Kansas City . .040J0040*—11 iK
Batteries—Brown and Gonding,
Nichols and Messitt.
MINERS WILL FOLLOW
THE STRIKE ORDER.
They Feel That Mitchell
Against the Action-Oper-
ators Invite it.
COLORADO SPRINGS AND PEO-
Peoria, III., May 10.—Scorc:
Peoria 300000000—3 8 2
Col. Spgs .031000001— 5 14
Jones and Hanson.
PITTSBURG AND HROOKL\ N. \A/EAK STOMACH is strenjrth-
< Pittsburg. May to. Score: ' « , l,v Hood's Sar-
K il l, saparilm, — the medicine that cures
Pittsburg 00031220*—8 1 _• 1 j dyspepsia and POOR APPETITE.
* Brooklyn j.. ...0010120 00— 4 it 4 I
Hughes and Ahearn. THE SPECIAL
(Continued from Page One.)
I be a mis
tlic senate, thought it
take to adopt the j
A vote was taken on the amend
mcnt, which resulted 15 t 2t«— kw
than a ouorum.
Mr. Bailey then withdrew
r Cincinnati; O., May 10.—Score:
t Cincinnati ....3400 1 000*—8 10 4
H Boston 100004000— 5' 8 2
, Batteries- Heisman and Bergen;
, Hale'and tfCittredgc.
ST. LOUIS.AND PHIfcWES.
St.«I.ouis, Mo., May *10.—Score
St.4 Louis .,,,100000031- 5 i,t 2
1 Philadelphia v .01210001.1-6 <) 2
Potteries P< PP. Yerkes, and
* Nicholas;'Magee.and Dooin.
K. • —
BOSTON AND WASHINGTON.
Boston, Mass., May 10.—Score:
.Boston oojooooi 8 1
Washington . .000010000— 1 4 - . .
Batteries—Young and Criger; Orth Ldent of the l nited . t .. ..
,„,i Dnti. r?n> amb Md"r- mm,s,"r
Scranton, Pa., May 10.—To<lay the
order or the executive committee of
the United Mine Workers made last
night through I'resldpnt. Mitchell and
the district officers to suspend work
at all anthracite mines on Monday anu
to continue until the llazelton conven
tion. which is called for next Wednes-
day. may decide the question finally,
j in regarded as an actual strike eondl-
and Wilson;! tion which simply smooths the way
| for the delegates to act.
That the order to suspend work on
Monday will be followed by thr mine
workers Is already an assured fact,
for so eager arc the men In this region
to follow their loaders that this morn
ing found a number ot mines to hand
leaped by workmen remaining away
that the force on hand were too small
to profitably work and they closed
down for the day.
There is a strong sentiment among
the miners in this district that Pros:
dent Mitchell Is opposed to a strike,
and that 110 matter how the operators
may v ow it. the Mine Workers union
.an afford to refuse to engage in the
conflict which the men say the opera
tors are inviting.
1 President Mitchell and committee
t|,c men of the three districts held a meet
Special Dispatch to the State Capital
Minneapolis. Minn.. May 10.—" I he
American people will no more submit
to commercial despofsm than they
would to governmental despotism.aiu.
the tendency in the one case can be
and will be as easily thwarted as the
tendency :n the other.
This was the keynote of a recent, ad-
dres on trusts delivered by Governor
Cummins of lowa betore the Fouth
Ward Republican club of this city.
Continuing Governor Cummins said:
"Many remedies have been proposed,
and it is, I hope, with proper humil-
ity. that I suggest, tlrst. that no cor
poratlon, whether Industrial or ot
wise, should h > permitted to Issue
stock unless paid for in money nt its
par value. It in recent years such a
law had been in existence and en-
forced. I believo that many of the
combinations that have excited alarm
would not have been made.
POWER TO FIX PRICES.
"Second, I believe that some branc h
of the government must be vested
with the power to fix the prices of
products or service upon which a mon-
opoly or substantial monopoly has
been e stabllshed.
I believe, too. that some branch of
the government must be empowered
to remove the duties upon imports up-
on those commodities respecting which
competition no longer exists in our
own country. I have long been a most
devoted adherent of the principal of
protection, and my zoal for It has in
creased rather than diminished with |
the progress of time. Nevertheless, 1 <
believe that the consumer has a bet j
ter right to competition than the pro-
jducer has to protection. Competition
I we will have, that of our own country
preferred, but that of the world if nee. j
Pointc .1 Pure, Guadeloupe. May 10. o;;ary
The morning o( May 5. Guadeloupe j "Within the last three or four years
leaned that the Monte Pcekc volcano human nature, fired by unwonted pros ,
m tii nerltv and led by the kings of com-
111 Martinique, had been 111 a state (peruy. j
nierce, has proposed and has oeen ,
01 eruptoon since Saturday. May ien<|eavoring to accomplish objects'
throwing ashes out. The same day | which are intolerable t o a free conn- j
violent thunderstorms began here. J ^ry which do not tend to development.
Tuesday a v-.-ry heavy storm occur- but to tyranny. The tundamental 1
red, and loud detonations were heard. | law of a healthy, vigorous, enduring |
At noon came a rumor that lava was
Mowing from Mont Pelee. and that
three hundred lives had been lost at : ,0-
St. Pierre. All that day were heard ; .
here loud noises, like the discharge second, law. in all the period
of lieavv artillerv far on. It is not 1 1 „n,i «-hich
known that the-c noises were from of which weiaje Jj monuments of
the Martinique volcano. In the a. >>' W marked with the monuments of
ternoon the cable connection^ with progress, competition has been the
Martinique all disappeared. A very I moving factor of advance. I care not
heavy thunderstorm then broke over how large a corporation may become
Guadeloupe and lasted for a consid-ior how extensive Its operations, if it
erable tme. and rumors were current j grows in a natural way. promoted by
that the Souftriere volcano in Guadc- the genius of those who conduct its
loupe was more active. The earth | affairs. So long as Its business 1s to
was trembling at Ba. >etcrre and vol- j mage more and better progress ami
canic rumblings were heard. ct-tablith economy in operation
News of the dir-astcr in Martinique j
Society item from the Enid Wave:
Have you noticed that tan shoes are
out of date. There is only one man
in thi> town, who still wears them.
One man we know was bound i" keep
in style at all costs so he had his tan
shoes dyed black. If you want to be
in style don't wear tan shoes.
gang has been kept bus;
nth. since the rains began, cleaning
out the cuts and keeping the track
clean. In most f the large cuts where
the earth was loosened up bv the blast-
ing of the graders, the walls are slid-
ing down on the track.
MUST QUIT WARS.
United States Industrial Army *
Will Increase—Form State in
the American Fed-
Edmond Enterprise: li. M. Day
purchased an 80 acre farm adjoining
Ralston, northeast of Pawnee. He
also bought seven residence lots and
a business lot. and will build a store
room, lie will rent the - store, and
loaf for a time. A year ano Mr. Day
bought .. farm west < Edmond for
$2,700. He sold it last month for $4-
000. He was out $300 expenses, so he
made $1,700 on the place. I he people
here are sorry to sec Mr. Day move
SICK MADE WELL
WEAK MADE STRONG.
GUADELOUPE IN FEAR.
! industrial life is competition.
TWO SAFE FORCES.
| "There are but two forces which can
trusted to regulate Industry
reached here by the French war v«-
sel Suchet Friday morning. Nearly
every one here i;.is relatives 111 Martin-
ique, and intfnsc sorrow prevails. All
the stores here are closed ;■ nd the
Hags are flying at half mast. The
mountains of Guadeloupe are shroud-
ed in thick clouds and frequent heavy , • , v ,
storms continue. The people are on paired, it is then hn'' 7
" about for measures that *
edge with anxiety, fearing that l.;T
Souffrierc may become active. \ light
earthquake shock of a slight increase
in tissual smoking of La Souftriere
would precipitate a panis. It is be-
lieved. however, that there is no local
BOSTON* AND PHILLIES.
Philadelphia, Pa.. May la—Score
Baltimore ,.,0100,10000- 4
Philadelphia 04 _• I I 2 2 1 * i.< 1
Batteries- Foreman and Robin
Hustings and Powers.
n.l the lull was l-a.-d. ling thta morning but nothing was
Mr. Bailey then offered the following made publle ax to their deliberations
resolution The committeemen left for thnir homes
Tnat n is contrary t> the 1 >luv this afternoon. President Mitchell Is
of the I'nited States to accredit to still here attending to his correspond-
any foreign* government any atnbas- ence. He will ldkve for ti axe Hon Tues-
sador, minister or other ('iplomatic of- day morning.
ficer or agent to especially represent The railroads have laid ntf nearly
the I'nited Slates at the c••ronation 1 aj| „f their coal crews, and will mak<
of any heriditary prince or poten- ' cfTorlH to run the washers to supplv
tale. ,.ouj for locomotives.
That 110 power exists in the prisi- I __
tiler <np- i
lomatic officer or agent and accrecl't
him as the representative of the I'ni- j
ted States to any foreign government '
by and with the adviie and I
Lincoln county republicans will nom-
nate in August.
KANSAS CITY GAME
as Citv. Mo., May 10.— Sc<
HOOSIERS SHI T Oil
St Paul, May 10.—Score
onsent of the senate, a- nrescri'iod
5 j in section 2 article • "i the c ms!:
2 j tution of the United States."
'• The resolution went ver tunler the
j Mr. Lodge asked unanimous t«n-
sent that, beginning next Wednesday,
(the senate meet ai 11 o'clock a ri. to
consider the Philippine government
bill which had been laid before the sen-
1 ate at -• o'clock.
r> I Mr. Rawlins of Utah, objected.
' Nlr. Lodge then gave notice that
" on Tuesday next he would move that
[the senate meet at u o'clock on ,Ycd-
insdav and thereafter .intil the I'hilip-
pine bill was disposed of.
on has now achieved a photo
Dave Leahy of Wichita can't figure
it how Cross can afford it without
St. Paul .
4 6 2
.. 04 1
PHILANTROPH 1ST KILLED.
Wichita. Kails. May 10 Maior E
R. Powell, said t be the tir^i Ameri
LOUISVILLE DEFEATED. pan ship captain to round the Horn for
Minneapolis, Minn., May 10.—Score: J California was killed here tonight 1.1
RH.E. la runaway. For years he has betn .
Minneapolis ^ U i ' prominent banker, business man and
Louisville 4 y 0 philantrophist oi this city.
1 vcs swell dane
a social club tin:
Tonkawa Ne«v Judge Hainer h
gone e\tcnsively into tbe real estal
business. The Judge is building
brick block at Perry, and has platt
an addition to the town&itc of Cr
\n Okmulgee newspaper an
111 big type "the court is ours."
The complicated female organism Is
so delicately adjusted as to be easily
thrown out of balance. Ah a result,
health ond strength are affected by divers
diseases, women's peculiar inheritance.
Motherhood, family, society, nil levy such
an look not only without fear, but
with pride upon its development, but
when a corporation :s organized either
to make money out of baseless stocks
and bonds in the mere operation of
organization, or is organized to pur-
chase rival concerns in order that
competition may lie suppressed or tm-
• * cast
eo vicious a tendency. .
CITES SOME EXAMPLES.
"To put th<> case concretely, there
was no thought of alarm as we wit-
nessed the growth of the Carnegie
Steel company, for we know that the
victories that It was winning and
t.irew which it grew beyond the dream
of its founders, who won the contest
in which brains and enterprise al-
ways earned their laurels. Hut. when
we saw the I nited Steel Corporation
come into existence firtd to enrich
its promoters by the issuance of vast
quantities of lictious stocks that rep-
renestned nothing but the audacity or
the sellers and the credulity or the
buyers, and second, to buy at. extrav-
agant prices competitive manu, . -"
,.it 11 order that competition might t-e
wholly or substantially eliminated, the
inexorable tongue in the bell of a na-
tion's life rang out ft warning.
"I may put another instance For
my part I am an advocate of railway
' \tensions, and I would look with the
Special Dispatch to the State Capital
Chicago, ill., May 10. A London spe-
cial to the Record-Herald says: An-
drew Carnegie, who sailed from New
York April 30 on the steamer St. Louis,
arrived here today. In an interview
on the industrial conditions in th*
United States and Great Britain h«
"Victory throiifh war generally costs
more than it Is worth. If G1 eat Bri-
tain continues her costly wars for
shadowy ascendency In distant part®
and the United States developes her i
Industrial army, there can only be on#
result. Great Britain will have the
shadow and the United States th«
Mr. Carnegie reiterated to the Inter-
viewer his belief that Great Britain iu
the future would form a state in the '
"You must some day." he said, "turn
your face to your kin beyond the sea.
You are not to be a European power
in the future, but are to join with your
own race In the West. Fortunately,
the feeling toward the old home was
never so cordial as now, and race pa-
triotism has taken root."
VIEWS SHIPPING TRUST.
Mr. Carnegie consoled Great Britain
on the subject of the shipping com-
bine by saying t'y ro was no cause for
"To combine the shipping traffic."
he said. "Is a big order. There is free
right of way on the ocean and the
tramp steamers are always with us.
"The merger may give regular daily
sailings to passengers, which would be .
advantageous. 1 am not in the naviga- r
tion syndicate, having retired from
business and reformed, so 1 cannot ad-
vise you as to the exact character and
bearing of the combination. But in my
opinion the combine is purely a matter
"There is no question of patriotism
in trade, it does not care a fig for a
flag. It is dividends that count. Of
course, every citizen worth a cent wish
es his own country to be first in every-
thing. and a peaceful, indus %al vic-
tory is the only genuine one.
"1 think there Is no prospect of early
legislation to permit British-built ships
getting American register. The Ante"
rleans have resolved to become a mari-
time power commercially, and will soon
be able to build ships quite as cheap as
"At first the shipping combine will
give the present owners higher returns
but regarding the later prospects 1 do
not care to prophesy.
COMBINE IS POPULAR.
"The people of the I'nited States are
in sympathy with the new trust. It
seems to be a triumph for the Hag. and
all patriotic Americans, which means
ail Aemrlacn. are naturally pleased. «
Hesides, ue have an idea that w« can f
manage all things better than any one
else, and there is ground for this be-
Concerning trusts generally Mr. Car-
"No one will long he allowed to en-
joy exceptional returns. Counter com-
binations will be formed and competi-
tion and ouarrellng will follow."
When asked a question by the re-
ported of the Westminister Gazette re-
garding President Roosevelt's attitude,
Mr. Carnegie *aid:
"If President Roosevelt thought any
trust was calculated to conflict with the
aid o^ a mysterious compound know 11 j welfare of the nation he could be re-
only to himself, nrodneed ^ a result lied upon to protect the people, but
01 the years he has spent In search- except In the case of railroads. I do
iiiK for this precious life-giving not think legislation will t needed. J
to cure any a^d every dlsca«r that is congress may fix the railroad rates bo-
known to the human body there Is no fore long."
doubt of the doctor's earnestness in |
making his claim a*'d remarkable CRUISER SENT TO ISLAND,
cures that ho is dally effecting seems, J '• m '
to i":ar kin o"t yery strongly His Washington, 1>. C., •>!..> 10.- -Hit
theory which he advances is one of, secretary of the navy found, titer . - —
reason ard based on sound experience
In a medical practice of main years
It costs nothing to try his remarkable
Elixir of Life." as he calls it. for he
MARVELOUS ELIXIR OF LIFE DIS-
COVERED BY FAMOUS DOCTOR-
SCIENTIST THAT CURES EV-
ERY KNOWN AILMENT.
WONDERFUL CURES ARE EFFECT-
ED TH AT SEEM LIKE MIRACLES
PERFORMED- THE SECRET OF
LONG LIFE OF OLDEN
THE REMEDY IS FREE TO
WHO SEND NAME AND
After years of patient study
delving Into the dusty record of the
the past, as well as following modern
experiments In the realms of melicftl
science, Dr. James William Kidd ! >•>!
Baltes building. Fort Wayne. I ml .
makes the startling announcement
that he has surely discovered the
DR. .1A MEN WII.
elixir of life. That h
is able witl. the
iiiltation today with Assistant _S<«-
retary Hill, that it would be sutv to
take the Cincinnati away ii mu San
Domingo. The reason for this bclu f
" j"".. "t who Ik h siif- wa the following cablegram received
Bends It fro... to anyone wao 1 «n_r i ( Co*,u, Mal\vcll
itities to con-' from Cn:w<l Siati-
drains upon her strength that m<i*t wo favor tiDon a
men break under the nervous tension. K would ene'rele the
The demands upon her nervous strength steamship line that would enc rcit ine
are much greater than similar demands earth adding safety, com entente and
of the opposite Hex. Hence nhe must be cheapness to the traffic of the world
supplied in greater measure with the ele- |( (hprp w€r0 two such lines comnet
ment—iron, that gives strength. I lie ^ nt|U,r for the favor of <
reason women feel tired and worn out , WOU|(i rejoice in their pros-
I'a'k ni!dt'nmbr.netc\aUn,UvausVuieinhave perit.v ami watch with pride their suc-
ked up their supplv of iron. Menstrua- oss however great, but tr it were pro
Id buy the othet
lestroy the prnclpul of com-
petition. I would hold the mover ol
such a project a sail enemy
The Hennessey Eagle righth
'don't dig up the bloody shirt.-'
Hunter is soon to have a creanu1
bv a Kansas firm*
used up their supply . - - , , . ,, ,
,i 1 rouble is largely caused by lack of posed that one should buy the other
r. n. Dr. Ilarter's Iron Tonic supplies amJ fhus
liis element. It enriches the blood and
■ stores what strain has used up.
Augusta \rk Mav 10, 1001,
"After having 'sold i>r. Harter's reme- government and a foe to human pro-
lies for thirty years 1 ran cheerfully gross.
•ecommend them. I might add that I WATCHWORD OF PROGRESS.
roni.i",.nTw"uM'm'omntenTu a. ™ E«ten.ton. through eompetttlon. I,
,-erv best preparation of Iron I am ac- the motto ot independence and ad-
uiiinted with. To weak, worn-out wo- vance. Consolidation toward monopoly,
•11. and those troubled with nervous- (he ,Uaxim of slavery and decad-
poor digestion, and pale, thin bloodt euee 1 have heard it often said tr
believe it to be )n,„-iaL the tendency of consolidation was one
j,NI|iiruMitnilmiiitiiNlilii|tiii ) ji f the necessary Incidents in the evo-
lution of our ago, and that to strike
have'thrown away crutches and walked mtctwr
about after two or three trial" of the •
ferer, In sufficient ouant.v.™ . can i)()mini,0 rltv
vlnce of It. ability to ,-t.ro. «o there, ..t San i, go ctt.w
•>* absolutely no risk to run. Some; 1 h« n ,atV2P
f the uros cited are very remark- improving. The provisional
aide and b^t 'or reliable witnesses | " ni ha* been announced i th. -
u 4, . .'.Hi..,,! The iHn e port-, ill I lor the most \<.■.■>. 11 ; ef
would hardly be «r , interior All executive affair- are un-
isional government, and Vas-
1.. ! nuez is the provisional president,
remedy. The sick, given up thpir As further precautionary me t re
ooctors have been restored to their Secretarv M« odv sent the following'
families and friends in perfect health , • tlu" n,mmandam d the
UhetitnaMsm- n< ..rahsia, stom&ch Bro«kI ..
heart, liver, kidney, htootl and l«ln , ,, I)lsl!. |irPp„,. ,
disease anil bladder troubles. disappear ,,ra,,Kablc. Report vylicit lie
as by music. Headaches, backaches. , ..
fevers. consitmpUon. ■Di „ hj o( c,„„ide
can be read
u The Dixie is a ship of
coughs, colds, asthma, catarrh bron- oarrvin ial,acity. and would be bel-
ch itls and all affections of the thioat fitted than any of the regular naval
— — vital organs are easily
space of time that is
lungs or any
Farlial tiaralysiH. locomotor ataxia,
dropsy, gout, scrofula and piles are
quickly and permanently removed It
mi rifles Hie entire system, blood and
tissues, restores normal nerve power,
circulation and a Htate of perfect
health is produced at once. To the
doctor all systems are alike and
equally affected by this great "Elixir
of Life. Send for the remedy today
It is free to every sufferer State
what you waur to be cured of and a
sure remedy for It will be sent you
free by return mall.
hips to hasten to Martinique with re-
lief supplies, which probably can he
obtained more readily at N'ew Y. rk
than at any of the West Indian islands.
\- a still further measure of help
the -late department today cabled 10
United States Consul Aymc at Guade-
loupe to proceed at once to Martinique
to report upon conditions there and
inform the I'nited States governpi-.-nt
what help is needed. The consul had
previously reported that a French ship
supposed to be the cruiser Cucet. w.it
about to leave Guadeloupe for 11.e .
wrecked inland and it is assumed that
he was willing and even anxious to
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