Dodd`s Kidney Pills aiiMji
THE GUARDIAN. CHARLOTTETOWN, P. E. L , JAKUAKY 12, 1900.
HOME FROM MINNESOTA.
Jlr. Clow Was the Greatest Long Distance Runner
In the World.
Guardian readers uHllfindAte following convenient to dip and keep for reterence.
Knights of Pythias—Empire Lodge,
No. 19, every Friday evening at 8
o'clock, in Pythian Hall. Prowse's NewB l o c k . - G . J . La*E, Keeper cf Records and Seal.
Court Abegweit, C. O. F., meets ifl
Foresters's Hall. Frowse Block, on tbe
second and fourth Thursday of each
month.—H. W. Weeks, Rec. Sec'y.
O. x". B '"he Orange
Friday evening in
CITV Council mee's tbe second Monday in each month. Dr. James War burton,Mayor, H M. Davison, City Clerk.
T H E Charlottetown' School Board
meets the first Monday of each month
Ewen Stewart, Secretary.
(Continued From tbe Third Page.)
Xbo main obj.-ct of rtfpgg | , to insure
KfsaUr accuracy of aim than 1. p j t l & s
tsflfiffften Lady's Ex|™
found that tbe grooves hnve » t ud>ncv
Mr. Epb. Clow, a native of North Wiltshire, now of Uumbolt, Mina., was
Unburn*s Heart anl
m the ( .ty on Tuesday and called upon a number of the leading sportsmen of
Relieving this Dlst
lining after about 150 round, have been
Mr. Clow wssal one time the greatest long distance runner in the wcrld.
fired. When tbe breech has been fixed
Ifis firjt race of importance took place at Toronto and was for the Canadian
" I have sun7*red for sores
€tanipionship. It was a six days'r.ce, twelve hours a day. In this race he
• • •• *v.
~^ * ' w i t . "i
smothering aeasnticn eases*
defeated the best long distance men in the world, making a record of 5,010
CfJTfCURA RESOLVENT is so pure, sweet,
The severity of
and wholesome that all ages may take it with
qnick firsr—costs from first f> list disease.
heart caused see saeeh * B ! B ^ ^ _
pleasure and benefit. Its mission is to coal
In 1881 he competed in a six day race in Madioa Square Gardens, and at
acd cleanse the blood in eczema and other
also very •ervous and my whets |
the and of five days he covered 5,010 miles which was the worl l's record. Mr.
torturing, disfiguring humors, rashes, and
gtes of 500 men, and machinery repre- was run down aad dlblMlaesi
Irritations, while warm baths with C CTICURA
Cow also holds tbe record of 134 miles which was made in the American Insti"Hearing thai Milbum «
senting G00 horse-power, TneO-incb
SOAP cleanse the surface of crusts and scales,
lute Building, N. Y. in 1881.
Pills were a specif*
and gentle anointings with CVTICI BA Olnt* £>"• ,?£ "
In all Mr. Clow has competed in 34 long distance contests covering over
meat soothe and heal itching, burning skin.
fired at the rate of five shots a minute. troubles, I thought I wmild tr
Sold throachont the world. P o n n Diro A»n C l n .
got a boa atMcLeod's I>rag ft.
A040 miles in competition in two years, which is tbe greatest record ever made
CoKr..Soi«fropfc.Bo«toi». AU AbgBt B»ay*t Skla. ft—»
ABOUT THK SHELL*
afforded see great relief, hsvli
by aay one msn. His winnings in cash have aggregated $5,000. Mr. CI JW is
COUBT AVONDAI-E, I. O. F., second
A few word* about tbe shtlls these aiy system and reiiHjvei J l f
After a woman has reached the age
also the holder of a number of mtdils emblematic of American, Canadian and and fourth Tuesday's of each month in
l a « ^ , K D d f i r 8 t p l l C e , 0 tbe lyddite symptoms from which I s a i l
Mechanic's Hall.Grafton St.—J.D. Tay- of 30 she wonders how mauy years will fclass,
to the powers of which tbe Boers heartily recommend these woi
have passed before she is 31.
Mr. Clow when in condition stoods 5 feel 9£ inches and weighed 160 lbs. lor Sec'y.
shell. J°iantKilyc o m a r **&**•
Lyddite to all sufferers from heart inr
His wonderful power of endurance was due to his tremendous lung developCOURT MOUNT STEPHEN, I. O. F .
(Signed) M M . A. W.
P » ^ e l j recent adment.
II* is also splendidly developed physically. He retired from the fi rat and third Tuesday of each month "EXPERIENCE IS
THE E S
d.tion to our ammunitions. They we're
track about 15 years ago and does not feel any ill effects from this participation in Mechanic's Hall, Grafton St. - E . H,
S , D " f t r t a r e , 0 r t h e * « «me a,
in the running contest*.
He advises anyone going into racing to be sore that Ducbemin, Sec'y.
Lax a Lrvra PILLS
laeir heart and lungs are in good condition as these are the two organs affected.
We must be willing to learn from tbe
Prince George Encampment, Roya
Oonstipstion and Stak
Mr. Clow was al*o surprised to find Prince E1 ward Island the possessor of so Foresters, meets in Mechanic's Hall experience of other people. Every w^ri;; 8 f rue
• n a y athletes, and said that the records held by the Island are superior to these New Prowse Block. —Murdock McLeod testimonial in favor of Hood's Sarsap n » S S k i D d ^ " h e l 1 a t Woolwich la
held by the Western States' Athletes.
Panted a distinctive color. The comIllustrious Archivist.
• W h y did the beeetffel « ^
srilla is the voice of expeiience to you, plexmnof
the lyddite shell i, vellow have two wedding ceresaen
Court Charlottetown. C. O. F., first and it is your duty, if your blood is imMr. Clow it now engaged in farming in Humbolt, Minn., and has a tine
•arm of 640 acres.
When asked cow he liked the land of his adoption he said: and Third Thursday. Mechanic's Hail. pure and your heaith failing, to take in". V •M
••The biograph mat was s ^ H
When a had to go through the service i
"lx is wh»t we term the land of bread or the land of plenty. The resources of —W. C. Whitlock, Sec'y.
this medicine. You have every reason
oi the couatry are almost limitless and the crops are never a failure. The lowto expect that it will do for .you what it
ts mark behind it in a double sense. If
est yield has been 14 bushels of wheat to tbe acre and tbe general yield in 1896
Ledge in Masonic has done for others. It is the best medu
does tot annihilate the object it is
VI? 38 bushels to the acre.
••Rob Peter to pay Pa el
T< mpie, second Tuesday in month. icine money can buy.
st, it brands it a yellowish color. wbat they do who take
Th3 standby is wheat. Flax of course is a paying crop. The raising of
Nodoubt many of the bundles behind weak nerve*. Hood's Ssrse]
eattie h&i been a profitable business in the past, and will increase in value with
which tae Boers hide have been thus truo nerve strength.
the development of tbe country and is a safe investment at any* time.
Good Temple, first Monday in month
• a r k e t s are found in St. Paul and Minneapolis.
J R Davison, Sec'y.
S S t S i . C h e a , i > t , ta" discovered
" I admit," said the policeman' "that that ljddite la itself is an excellent cure
Alexandra Chapter, Royal Arch May
'•A Prince Edward Island man, Mr. Duncan Ciceron, who was at one
g r a i t y ! Ol other Ceisllntitt Stliellti
time a resident of West River iscne of our largest cattle buyers and has been in sons
Temple, first we ought to have some target practice." E L T u V .
shrapnel is colored a
••Unquestionably." replied tbe civillave business for some 21 years. He is nut only a large buyer, but has a large Thursday in month except
fcerd cf cattle on his own farm. It can truly be said that be has been very suc- July and August. J J Weldon, Sec*y. ian, bat can you afford a target big en- v m d red, while the armor-piercing
ough fcr your purpose?"
™ awbileriD * P*inu** i*°*
Joie Eccapment no
"In many of these new countries tbe land is uneven and consejuently a
u « f l l s 8 t P re »ent need by the
large amount is not fit for cultivation, because' of the mountains and rugged second Wednesday in each month, — D.
BrftUn War Office may be divided into
EXAMINE THE TONGUE.
eoaotry, this, however, cannot be said of Minnesota. The land is level and R. McLennan R. S.
tbree great groups, viz., tbe armorsloes set need a fertilizer but needs to be plowed in the warm weather. Tbe loam
St Lawrence Lodge every MonTbe skilled physician reads your con- piercing, tbe common shell, and tbe
• a dark soil is some 18 inches deep, and water is found at a depth of onlv 14 day evening. W.A. Martin, Sec'y.
dition by a glance at your tongue. If shrapnel. Tbe first-named relies solely
it is coated and you have a bitter taste
"Mixed farming is not extensively carried on, as farmers find wheat the evening; both in their hall in Victoria in your mouth in tbe mornings he - I K °un W 6 'K b t t n d t h e ' ° « e with
faying crop. The price is rather low this year and only 45 cents is being of - Row. W R Boreham, Sec'y.
it is discharged to pierce with
knows your liver is torpid and sluggish wh,ch
hardened point the objective
Ajpna Rebexao Lodge, No 10. meets and perscribes the use of Dr. Chase's its
•*• On concussion it ex•"The railway station is on the corner of my farm and two large grain ele- every first and third Tuesday evening. Kidney-Liver Pills. They cure bili- P "
i ' *nDd t h u ' °°"»pl*tssi its deadly
vators are located near the station. The elevators are owned by the St. Anthony —Eva St. C. Harris, Secretary.
ousness, stomach troubles, and all work. The common shell, deprived of
Lam be r Company. The school are equal to the ones found on Prince Edward
SONS OF ENGLAND.
liver and kidney disorders. One pill a point, is used mainly for the d a m a n
bland and Churches and Temperance Societies are as numerous as in this pro- Lodge Eton,
vince. There is the usual amount of evil and whiskey is in abundance in many every Thursday evening in S. O. E.Hall dose, 85 cents a box. At all dealers.
s i the towns.
within it. It I. provided with a time
! ? ° ° e x P l o d i o g breaks Into a
'•The climate is somewhat similar to P E. Island. The winters are frosty, Sec'y.
PAL*3, W EAK GIRLS.
bat dry and are much shoiter. Seeding commences early in April.
Lodge Prince Edward meets second
, ^ f £ i P,1,'0*"' cuan^
" d de"The land of Minnesota has gone up in pries and $4 moie an acre is and fourth Tuesdsvs of each month in
Many a pale weak school girl, suf- struction all around it.
H fering the evil effects of an exhausted nff^" ! h l *P u D e l differs by the reason
asked today than in Decemeer 1898. The J . J . Hill farm is located next f> mine S.O.E.Hall, Victoria E o w . ~ E .
AU correspondence prossfsfl
aatf is some 9 miles square. The land comprising Mr. Hill's farm increased in Duchemin, sec'y.
• nervous system, and thin watery blood, of |the fact that it conUins-hundreds wered.
price 92.00 last year and $2.00 again this year."
SONS OF TEMPEBAJTl E.
I has been folly restored to the vigor and of bullets, which are calculated
Prince Edward Division, No. 1. i buojance of robust health, by using Dr. work fearful havoc among a bod? of
meets in Wright's Hall, everv Tuesday A. W. Chase's Nerve Food. The health- advancing troops.
W. P. Kirby, R.Scribe.
ful glow on the cheek and brightness in
WEIGHT OK THK SHELL.
Victoria Division No 4,
every the eye tell of the building up process
The weight of some of these shells Is
Monday evening in Wright's hall. A. which is taken place in tbe body.
almost incredible. The 10-lon run
I W. Taunton, R. Scribe.
lor instance, burls a steel projectile
REFEREXC K: Dunn's or Br«iL
Orint Division, No
weighing 1,500 pounds (or half a ton}
Market aad Fairosj
Friday evening, in Wright's Lower
young Earl of Yarmouth, leads itself J h f ' T ? ® ? D i D e m , l e i - ' ° that "when I 'j£Z
Hall. John A. Lawson.R. Scribe.
he British guns d o - b e g i n to e p e a k " = S
readily to the requirements of the Brit
their voices carry no little distj nee.
'A. every Monday in isb s t a g e . "
•How so ?"
[W righs Hall, at 6.30 p . ra. Ada
<•! heard a Briton the other day calli Wadman. Sec'y
REV. Canon Dann of London, Ont.,
ing it «Her:c • Ope .'
during bis remarks at tbe seeding c ff of
tbe mounted riflemen fcr Africa on
(Continued From the Third Page)
Wednesday, read the following ( h s own
WLA.W. CHASE'S O R
adaptation cf or addition to Kipling's
greatly facilitating matters.
A de-••Absett-Minded Beggar":
CATARRH C U R E . . .
Now we've answered Rudjard Kipling
Clesn d s i n ' y clothes Is *
is seat direct ia the diseased
parts by tbe Improved Blower. soon as Gen. French had reported his tion of R O Y A L OA K
as to Tcmmy Atkins1 pay,
Heals the ulcers, clears tbe vt need, he was informed that two regiis Uric Acid in the blood.
Let us see what else there is thit we
Unhealthy kidneys are the
throat and permanantfy cures ments of cavalry.t vo fbld batteries.tnd stored t > their original fre«hn*
cause of the acid being
Catarrh and Hay Fever. Blower
For though giving money's useful, its
there. If the kidneys acted
free. AU dealers, or Dr. A. W. Chase two and a half battalions of infantry out injury, by nse of ROY A t
not tbe OKly way
Uedicioe Co., Toronto aai Buffalo, would be despatched to his assistance
a s they should they would
immediately. On receiving this reply
Tommy Atkins can be helped by you
strain the Uric Acid out
of the system and rheumaSessji
"You are too leUurtly for tbis office, Gen. French knew what disposition to 3 Save the wrappers.
tism wouldn't occur. Rheuremium List.
Catholic high church, low church, no
I advke you to go it to some other busi- I make of the forces wita him.
matism is a Kidney Disness."
A convenient sub.titu'e for Msrconi's
ease. Dodd's Kidney Pills
Take an " I P and weave it into "pay"
apparatus bas been found at Kimberley
•'What kind of businets?"
have made a great part of
Shoulder to shoulder, prop your hands
their reputation curing
«• Well, you might bant a job of un- in tbe powerful electric search Light
Rheumatism. So get a t
here.It is a mistake to suppose that such
Acd pray, pray, pray.
the cause of those fearful
a device) is serviceabe only .at sss. AlCT>e*lottefcwn
shooting pains and Stiff,
though tbe usee wbicb it bas io tbe navy
aching joints. There is
God bless our dear brave soldiers, and
somewhat differsLt trom those thu.
those wbom they obey.
netic Dyes to see what splendid results far found for it on land, it certainly has
Give them wisdom,courage, strength
can be obtained, with flight effort and its value on terra firms. At Kimberley
a o s t of ten cents.
it has performed a double cilice. It has
And bright gleams of Christian sunstine
assisted in tbe watcb for an enemy, and
to help them on their way
it bas furnished an excellant mesne of
Of sacrifice and stern self-abnegaTO CURE A COLD IN A DAY.
telegraphing. By switching lbs currer.t
acd off the light can be broken up Ottetswr., Branafe A l " l 3
Old men and maidens, young men and
I druggists refund the money If it fails to cure
into dots and dasbts, to form talegiapl85c. £. W. Grore'i signature on each DOT.
ic letters. Tbe enemy m?gbt see these
Matrons with sons at home or far
Free Storage, for carriages requfr- signals, but as a secret cede would »»1te:ff!e^8&i
ing repairing or painting. Apply
Shoulder to shoulder, keep your bands
doubtless be employed, the significance E*l. Sotith Side QsstassfSs!
. H . Trainor, K e n t Street
of the flashes would not be understood 5
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*X**x\ i a f a a o t i a a » t > r s
And pray, pray, pray.
the doorstep, did you?
Visit the big discount sale of crockery
Annrimtz * "pecUlty. R « 2
. in that very fashionable blue pattern at ' have been made whose rays wcou!d
Witness—No sir; it *
be discerned at a distance
ity; of tbe left eyebrow.was in the vicin-1W. P. Colwii'l's.
50 or 15 miles. At Kimberley
tbftt Lord Methueo's =r
army had come within twe.ity or thirty R. I&torr pea*.
DREADING AN OFEBATION.
miles. No difficulty should have beea <==»=^*a*s»»»™
experienced in sendiug messages conWeary of experimenting with salves,
Band S.tturday afternoon. The. Rinir
cerning the situation in tbe beieagured
dreadmanagers have decided to have'thS S « 5
city, therefore, al hough a reassuring
W ntaUoB 0f n e a r l
Rink everv Sa'urd*t V#f & n d ing a surgical operation, scores and
response could net so easily be trant
i £ o M has
k ? onlv^
* T *one railway lino,7 tUlthe
M s t V ' e ^ ^
Dd Wi dependT on
Chase's Ointment and found it sn abe n t th
J u s t arrived—one ton Ingot's Tin
solute cure for piles. The first appli*»&h and bslongtng to a Belgian ! mmenUhey
» J get
whether it will be c 5 n cation brings relief from tbe terrible Lamb and Flag; one ton Pig Lead
The house'on Water S t r u t ,
THE KEELEV CURE.
for sale low
•Ue Hotel Daviee, at rreseat
g to be cured of the craving
for Alcohol, Morphine, Tobacco, and Cigar
nuv-k T\ T A w f c m A n m T T . r*
ettesgoto Portland. CMalne. Keelcr institute b j J . B. Heagan. All a t e *
OEO. D. LONG W O R T H <fe Co. fiaferenos: R. C. OOF*. L WORTH V., W.C veniences.
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