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LY MA R..LOUS"
V . Mci.ne. 452 3d Ate.,
ihead ache-. a nid 1>atin- cin
btack, s.ometimes being
end to -nmy daily rork.
, nore. t! ank% to Perua
'erunaL icrtker in m yi
pty m*artelous, '
our tile- r:.my gratetu1 let
en who ha-e sufLered -xit
ms named above. Lack o
ots our givmg more than one
po~sble to eern -pp:-os:mate the
ount oZ sufferme which Peruna
ed, or tbe number ot women who.
en restored to heal.h and strength
* S CURED
V. 4 Gives
RemCToves swing in a8to ao
days; etects a permnanein -cure
i'y to odays. Triat teamCe
write Dr. H. H. treen's Sons,
~SnecI HrIit. Box B Atlanta. Ga.
N~ EGRE.TWIE PLAGUE AND
VACCINA TION a' the CAUE. /end
for boulo. 0e.. t a C. .ew a.lhrty.Ind.
CA PUD INE
Z'SiMMED:TELY CU RLS
* HEADACH ES
Breahs up COLDS
ou g sm oro tanon e
Trial nztle 1O:. At Drue'ja
A Diplomat, Irdeed.
I wonder how it seems to have
written so manny iLooks 'lhat you can'
remember the nu'o ear' sighed a iret
ty gir.h a youthful litera-y aspirant.
after meeting John Bur-roughs, the nt
uralist, at the Pen :and Brurh club re
ception a few dlays ago.
The gray-bearded sage of Sonsid.
had just remarkedt that he (couldn:'t ail
ways remember hoB m Aany books h
was the author Sf. and had told t!:i
"IL was dining wi~ h a lady recent ly.
and when I made :iut remark, she
spok.e up. saying:
"Oh, I know. You have wr06en
!ust thirteen, for I have them all here
in my library.'
"Did I write all those books?' I
said. 'Why, it doesn't see:. possi
"But you see mly work has been my
play, and it has all been done so grad
ually that I can se:'rcely realize how
many there are. ';be're will be four
teent in u!l! when the one on which I
& am now~ working is finished in June.
But. thain." he oninuel. comforting
ty., when you have wo)riaed forty yecars
as I have, you will hne something to
-show for your !ahors."-New York
Bishop MCabe. "f 1 he Met~hodist
Episcopal (CLmreb. in a public state
ment declared himself to be opprosed
to labor unions~ as now constituted,
and said that was also the position
oi te hurch.
A PUSY WOMAN.
Can Do the Work of 3 or 4 If Wel Fed
An energetie young woman living
just outside of N. Y. writes:
"I am at present doing all the house
work of a dairy farm, caring for 2
children, a vegetable and flower gar
den, a large numiber of fowls. besides
managing an extensive exchange busi
ness throughl the amalls and pursuing
my regular avocatjin as a writer for
several newspapers and magazines (de
signing fancy work for the latter) nd
all the energy and ability to do this I
owe to C rape-Nuts food.
"It was not aiwuays so. and a year
ago wh the shoek of my nursing
baby's death utterly prostrated me
; and dernied my stomach and nerves
so that I could not assimilate as
much as a mouthful of solid food,
ad was even in worse condijton umn
tally. he would have been a ras1h
'oplhet who would have predicted that
t,er w oitd he0 so.
rior to this great grief I had suf
ett for years with impaired diges
n. mrsomna. ag'mzmig cramps in the
)Iaoh. patin in th side. constipation,
ed oth'r is-wel derangenments. all
thesie were famnilir to mny daily life.
Med!-1:-s Ir nme nto relie:'-nothing
did, m1Iil a few. rmnths ago. at a
friend's sugg'sti on. I began the use
of Gr'ap-Nas fld and sui'vequently~
gave up entre0 enltirey andl adlote-d
Postm Em (offe at alfl my mewals.
"Tga I am fre e fromn all thV trou
hX's I inv ir ' enumerated. M\y digstion
is se,:*perfet. I ain laie myI fod
wi:!~ : es distress. enl.ios swe.
:-z of nP~r ivar~dtiis.I
cr.and I repeat. I owe it a:! to
N' s and Postumfl Coffee." Narm
.ent by I'ostum Co.. Battle Ceek,
Ther's a reason. Read the little b~ook,
--e Rad to Waemile. " p nk.
T pHE TUL i'L.
A BRILL!ANT SUNDAY SERMON SY
THE REV. DR. H. M. SANDERS.
avi.eie T he iar i -. its.
uroxkr:1' . N. .tl the
Avenue linioi1 I-Tureb In rh- -hl
of tie p sTo. . U ' ii - r
WioPlinald. t pullii wa t oc 0up '
srni in orning by do lie:. N . 11.I
SandmrK I). W..4 Mi :in::L::n The
pro:n ir's l 'ubet as: t "T ii:1 Clini
of .h-ss. HIs imx wais .1iWW""
xxi': : "What think y- o., i :
Who:ie I it Hei" :im sabt
The charnrer. of Christ is 1":(.
frn: fakit. (vr. 1st . fly i 1: is the
HugomieIt was t4) Wloi"te lt"
ter of our Lord is 1to' Crl 1*li10i.111n.
Arounld it t iervest lighrt r rne ( th-I
intcariage-- ra;.d. butl it was fwonmi
imp:ad:tle. nausl ipe it repe nit
aptured. NA11leon was defeatd- not
th tbact: of Christ rgthntso the Chris
lendmlw. If it c(iibeon b 1w ito
falso al1 w(ould h e tained 1-y its oee.
but that yharfl. Te tands heause it
Comes out (if te llami i f criticismo.
wium sua h as (ith, sinhell of i
up1wn:1 its garmlets. Who Cori hnar.
and hte wely :t. otherefor. are <'nes
tons that have not lost ilhr interost
for mikind. Ever Jus Christ is the
most powerful Spiritual forth . e isz
to-day what He-* w ts for colries. the
objet of the love and revrnce of the
good; and the cause of hOpe and repent
ane to had: of strength to the mor
ally 'weak: inspirat.on it) the lespand
em": onSoation to the desoate: Cheer
to the dying. He has beii tilt inen
tive of th ilmost ibounded bel'nevo
lonceo. the mnos.t ef-aringdevo
tion. the Infin*ite 'within lilt limits of
our humanity. id faith has beheld in
Ils sutierns the seritive fn humian
sin. Surely no other has doie sulch a
work:I as. this. He is to-day the woll's.
1i1lptrishaleit, wond.: its everlasting
pr-oblemi. The rean whu would asai
)Li faith with any degreoe ofsuces
lus14t doA0 it throuIgh the Fondyetr. I
wat) direc t youilr attentionl to :Fne
of the features of that character which
srike sas being uniqite.
I. th first place. it is tie Iawiess
noss Of that chrater. e ompleively
satistle-s our11 ideal of humian virtue.
You cannot think of God is being
inori holy than Ie. In the world iy
lived a perfect ly sinless life it all
po int. Woe shall seek in vain for any
race of :..in in that lfe wich would
imilente a will defected from God. No
pridte. ambition. covetousness. manli.
paltering withl truthl. nlo deviation fr-oml
the mocst e~xact rectitude . It was a life
ofthe . fighiest purity. of the Iost im
partial equity. unealculating self-sacri
fice and sternestZ veracity. And yet- r
Lord's faliSt le.S Of Tharacter doe!
not rest ii1pon our Inabilitys To d'veteCr
evil. In the first plae. HIe never ae
knowlozed sill in any fori. bl lives
Himself free frton every kind of sir,
either oif comrmihssion or omrission. Sill
is the t1jirasIgression of the law or ny
want of conformity thereto. 1t Jesus
nflvr left undmie aniyithing Ie ought
to have done. II daid. "I have glo
lid. Then et. look Io halway
.Thse hin d that tle:ecori" H
thias dh~ownv the fhlen :11(.1 "Wh1
iofit. you convincelth neve ex'rsine"
Ten or.rltain. e faultlesnes ha P'
he enst of t'vcimacy. "No tell sa
herolt to a- to hiIae. said Thnacksleay
Whn W1hitsi viwasf asked wethe kno
"i'w tda th know?' a havener live d (:4
wt IJesus are 'theli' hst ou'tsok ei
the express onf Hiiuis hoiess.! Jhe
Jeeines n ie s "Ahn .ihu
sp: rto flemis isu wasb thlietis 4i
mony fTl rse. is 11 sin lesses
tai'os~l' the ts fi hm. of tho selho
thei 1 :'eioy ics spoiet. upil11ae
itetrifneho uerintnetl theii-I
ltion si Tr tis wa te .ne
Ged." an he atrei s d1ischf ie d
La. thatse hadu "btayd innocentll
lod.We weptlookr into Pthe lfek 0.
JTesli w find "thate r~tofser. sustain
thi( tson ys fre adl fol alkow
Hny nevil or res eer did111resel the
prt orblt nhisg 11I isatlere ha He
bJonatal Edwpimeios ofi wriongscn dhi>
eliingo uwrth iess. He ill e
hause hoews aw Phorised utaisfed.t
etelta theoure a mant live 1God
thti imoe hlies? ie afe. The
msurexalte Immandprfeton mis ahe
thatsienfe.l balywi.lesaid:that the
ofeauesn oymfaul is t'o b e ncould
t:ihimsTe worse a ui is thed so.s
on Scil-- Lpawas toehim.at' Ifiheselfd
Thnllresoless "Tsid's Panr is .:.ak
it.~ lle ienc . u ttif perfetly~r '.~l
.ed n eaptn forsiv it. tl~11."i
Jesust never alede imsaltf.r Abra
eaf. MTe sv. ramel i ais Ezekirh all
PthY (r11 wepti tars andal 4 pe~ ia of
. 0(1(11oi'.himtfa tece if is iers." Es
wardtll)"i tiyso says~ ettt di not Asnow
eossib li i his own:J natue. :md)Et
stone the mItau sp : wi tr o
contean s h wroe. ou dtec no
suc thig it Jeus W . 4e
ca iull hewsaPhrseati sfied' "' ' wi~th
yt never: ge the solighetitmto
that He fel beso it. Heitl sid: "If "e
(not ' ) repe not" and "Ye (not(we
must.be bor aga.'in. In alehllg inates
of human sympat wbeoes Heac-ol
inlr ;1 ilnriy IR. unites im~p4iacn~il
hall vitd 1,f sill Ivith the warmelt love !O'(-14
,h,. -iillner- aridl ke:ps ; a irtiful 11:1
111 : lirirai i:tliii(-. Ov(el i t1 i- 4."'
ean 1wi nothin sui~'llu0. 1 ho sunk1 ie
Thew tinteaturi- st..-itis it) :,xa
self in s-ucceS in any line 1. of W
Wll .1i(-evemrelt. 11rtt thi : 41 :
the -1 im~-er of .1Mus is Amo W
tui d ir neds read juim nsa.1
H1 im thbe divor-se pro(4ileis q1 Ihp 11
ttsc:letI :1..4 *':1 -o5)1 oil of a4 Ili
.rcluidY ini amb' ier ah' -do! AM- i
Iirnnflc .*r ;Ias~ d -'l.-zpi 1iA alt IC-jecit
of wrel" 11 n llasagO' .016( as5t
'le-re (of :rl ira ionrs" inl :riourer.I
'jleisik.. :14,f 441ra ie uniei dirv '
(4Vi also If lh itt 1ivorsnt i ofe 41
44 'e" (" Noiial niai:L i:):. )1 . h1,11.1
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ma ;-lO hao lip1 an(y 43111vu~ 'livp1441
01, uie 1(4 1.'l hkep le~tt :111:411I
Hint. Malr: tis ind th 1ayima. rmar!~ 4
I:p ;11 Xu. ,ir1li: thatol tiho Jovi':
havol ni eolr arthl *Eteri I Cop
in-':et. Tue )r11-:ce r4rr l;lS 140i
:illavie 14'4 Is ther, atie 1:1 he, t t
like1 ii. giI. (4V'l Csra . h o 1 ill"4 OuV!,
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WI. he 'Ivil wrrthtile -:1 a' ti u-u cit
i :i- Iifr. he, urac i* lii:. asn iwtliv
Fmitir [in! theLi(Cr. piilms( 1" 0.:
inia rn) vyi. 2N10 yealsV 011 L
conisied :r111iili nwert.a 1111 14-4:1
thei wIaI-t-i e -ail.!" st441 111
at'(i:11S1 Wav bI e Hil l 1 lil: F~l i"1 t4iiil
He as wHt l i nzt al~r s 4 I &iMi.'
~hnSn ofrue Mtrat:s woul noti i
coni I C:)ll ec1pite. al o-11
X dahaun O)1 el lienka that 111-4
to have bn is c-rnngau. I'atsur~s Chi!
was whra.rt Illeiil way 1 lbe M..4t1 I.
"The Son sof l wjb5'.\[in* (-sifj1 Iri-) 1,
a( )X'lilini .14' lS. . rill 11441 worh1 1 i
v-fain(g,4111~S 4 : se ro wit r' l~ h-. 4 1r 1,i
soVi iv~lI J ih t Ase (illn o" 'I 4 at 11
feet 01 -Ily1 Jeo1isll. a 141 tIle11 41111
Ihca.,. ErtIlitite lawyers .11141i.1 ni-vo
.ioilell To ':-i tth IT IM 3-101 o Ilec a
1i4vver i51'1for i inle to e" i41'-r. 11
r-)15 wrc ill Iitkw %:' htI 1.
toe (441) :1 -I.nvei~.1 seu i (Vet 41is''
able u. :1da :1 Siilgl4 imia to4 11(1 VIM;1
.!i; slriil:11 truilh ii. laug.r11
(int:In 111444 iijk 0of 14011c 4 i11i
His 15hai~raem it hreg-ard to Ilis iii.gL:
wn4'ii'. air-Illhs iuruner nf croiig ilimi
lite ilVor as5cendsi to4 116 :w lri. lit
always 4!--14r-d Ills offints a~re Oil
oitl:, hdiriosntos r- (41 h asI14. if Wit
:I i axni 01. iil ikt olier1 ineti NNlr,
liver'- p Ji: r-t llnliri)or a( Iiii
or* -1 elid til rt .I-; of dynailamcs (
fore It.,-4 tht riri flu-l i 42 of Gce
it is1 \Vr4o.Ci1 -Pd raid. Lot there. I
lehL li1Ii t L4'1l)S to inicat ilt-- i '%I.
CAN'T STRAIGHTEN UP.
Kidney rrouble Ca':see. Wek:k Backs And
Multitude of I Ans an d Ach:-s.
Col. R.. S. Harris.:, Depuiy Yarshal.
'M1 Commoni St., L.1Ake Cl-arles. La3..
says: *A kick fro;m a lu-!.e first
violid r1 Weoi i~ii tny kid
- . ney2. 1 hee2n.m veryv
bad nial had .,olgo
- ab'out 4n)11 bh1s
lilt, (It''tz. i l b
chro~d. rimum tin-.:
for my kidneys. First, lth.id yt. Ie
r ne e more frv:-1y. !wn the
ju left my1v back. I wen ' id got
another iiox, and tulti r comiphivild I
cure. I have been w,, 'I tr it w) '.
'Zohl bty :all dentlers. .-to evisahL
F Ts-.\iilburn Co.. Unfraio. N. Y.
The unelish inayV be I N:t iib':
':tn-ewr he s)IIr.
DON'T MISS THIS.
A cto Vor S.onia Tn Jw
J: 22..m- a di2aI *. . . - \r2 y-ou
afi-:- w h th r J1rr ; . <:n. Siur
h-ruetat ion. H ea rt Pa ins. in-lig-t .)i. ovy
Pi. . . --:namtwh .\ei. .:eI \\-e ne
-\bom rn..Dn. sL,1 Co.
1 1.1 1%death or Any tri S-omah Tor
10.I . \ a- s e V to enJ:w.: y . i;j i i it
aniIvery pleasnt . Cures by abs~or't(1t.
.-ime..Drugs won't do-thy iea: the
I mue and mande voni war.<
\\ k M 5 A nti-fe eki Waoers cure
%a.i we ,want, you to know. ),. n:evoe th-'s
r. er. Tis Ol) r may not :sppear a:zu.
- i' I l b FOiL . 2. - V. 1
Se* d this coupon -s %n -::rm me
a res adI yordo:rg < d me
ind 1 v. in stamps orda.
w. yappvvu a samidek. :rv: c yo
h e Mul's A:\ :_- -
\ u-rand w I '. a )s sen:!, yi : a ,-cr
tLi ugo td oc. t ow.a : ur
2 ba Lt' wf ore Pech \\amr . :tedi
a the Invaluab. n l e ostoma-h ::au
b n I:gue by absorption. .\&dde
\ 1 Ii.'a GRA PF '.l0 ic o-. "2S3 ,
I. A ve,.'. '.ek osand,' All
i A!, druggists. 50c. per1 iitior by m
t Iupn r , leceipt of pr'ee. tamps a '.d.
I i n4, sets the will (o o e hrn- h
well-being, of alr.
SAVED BABY LYON'S UIFE.
Il tAwful Sight Vromt That DreadfulI coml
platut. Inrantile Erzemn--Moither
0 ur. babi had inat dreadin o.n.:'it,
It- 1-.ilEzema. yhicth afflicted him for
:;everal months, commeneing it te top 10o(
hi he-ad, and at inast covering his w.hole
.t isery an f ac t the w .)A noth.
tiawe ould - have dn toi hve. ge him
r:>lie.T1 We inall proc.redba Ii l t ofh
t~the leura Reed is, an bi ab: ethe
orli ror day he beatoentow th rihter
spi ri d rell .lugh. oirete Evirlt time
in a yea'.~'. Jnbut int aJ hey was 0~5
Remdie ha bn lwav-C41at been~ to ra.s
p lur. 1.(an ' there Bla is a wtoo ioo
thati. we' cotird ror in Zthir ihin for thu
cetsl sae. ouwaby 'srs. for he
edprio to ithe an 1 treatmentof lth Cti
eua'emdis. Mrs-. P,.,telle Lo. 1826
-A 2 ::2 e Av(.r- . . Kan.J dy 12. 905."
IT rheig da rwsin 21 w ijzi uh dii
db i s . w1 ithl ('hid. -~ih i).A sp
jlu. t :e..mai. 1te .'gaHuorysr Pimle
amt cariuncl-.ot oh~ingI. th Try.
B. in . B.(on- lod Balm : ur~ is a yertin'
m ' rvi.i so, seatle,. w11 ae btistr. i m-r
ptle .'a--hing bom5 nes lrjint s oils,.ai tarun
-!1 rI' 1i-2lig pain 1.a th e skin. tld i eat i
2c>re'. ul* 'rsni etu. oi lood BalmI.
-ure'. ..-h~e*rt u Sino dreeadpead hase
by~ InriBlhinBal purifyin Atd tita.liz.ing t
b' r fd. r1herebye givin fr: healthy& bdvie sup
pl-.- f the ki. Holea ver~ y isire and
leild up rthei broke down X bdy andmae
- te ufm red m.d XI urihing2trt.j scallyri
I nittl nt e-. iine r td hotI prins filt
I -ur.Uridsts, 1. withyompetehudirLo
tion 'for i hom l 2nre. To pre . B. 5 . J
wr2i' Bltd ealm C-l.. Alonta. GanDe
I 2er.11e rouer. awl free21 edilt odic sae
L.)Xn v w. LO ..A & . ARL.IN- Z.
Wear Paint > yeakrs. aue L. k.
Zh. - harens L.&, of Whlnta Lead and
I t ..nl succsf. Jiopt w e li inth
tacit is nofe 'L &~\n mife ith pap.n
i wiekint r oderat isbeoied tre..
in te: "arkinted m ous ver g
ibw ea L.1 I redM. Loo rs well & to-d at."
BUstr.2 tria. omi'o allowedto frny
ria..idn whVere we. have nAget. hin. a.e
gL. &n' fist urety-wneat ur re
d ul prce.rdws eetypnd
d Ms.W~s~w' Pa:in Sykrup New Chilren
T ruthf. an hoeStyi havc.e bolttle
world. Seetirs liea:fes dert i th se
in the, parksl of London.,inoiton
F r.S.ius ac:Nrou iesspr
maetl rdb D.Kln' GetSev
The better cass of druggist
who devote their lives to the
purest medicin:1 agents o% .
scientific formula. Druggist
always under original or ofic
They are the men to dealwU
all standard remedies and cc
best of toilet articles and pre
The earning of a fair living,
conferred upon thoir patrons
reward for l'ong years of stud
Figs is an excellent laxative
are selling many millions of
remedies, and they alvays tn
name of the Company-Calii
They know that in cases of c
of weakness or torpid ity Of tI
over-eating, that thcre is no
Syrup of Figs. and they are
Owing t he excellence of
immense demand for it. imit
individual druggists to be fo
of the profession and whose
to recommend and try to sell
sometimes have the name-"
cr fictitious fig svrup comra
the Compafy-California Fi;
shoald be rejected because t
ther find it necessary to reso
of' on a customer a preparati
does not bear the full name <
he is attempting to deceive a
establishm ent, whether it be
and deception in one case he
physicians' prescriptions. an(
Knowing that the great maj<
for our excellent remedy enti
where, in origiral packagesc
exist it is necessary to inforr
any imitation which may be
California Fig Syrup Co.-p
article and to demand the re
druggists whowilEeil you wn
The Ola Brocade.
ina hinaet: i:.k ch.-st :--! varvon.
*. found it ;aid.
Still faintly .ewe . v :
ii that iorwtam .-aw a vision.
\ii rbi fi. hair
\nd bi Eoht'n. too
- Silvr butckles thaa
E ch li ttl47 Shoe.
r kmhe a::de:- el"ow Sleeves
Hot gownl. it, is .our old1 brocade-.
Worn with a :7.ve.
M.Ithiniks I hoar is mit :roufru.
fiti htdan:.v pinh r mwaro~ee budi.
h-ir Ie:tv .s .Cof-( green.
(Iiaround d pahll she-! I tink.
n g:t.rla rhI hai
t long load the* lon who wV're it
h is~ Bile inas ont the Tfenth Comn
mta hlzent -Thou shalt not Covet.''
Icreasing Among Women, But
Sufferers Need Not Despair
lE BEST ADVICE IS FREE
Of all the dis1eases known. with which
e female organism is aulicted, kidney
sease is the most fatal, and statisties
ow that this disease is on the increase
hinp Emmjna fawyer
Unless early and correct treatment is
pplied the patient seldom survives
when oncie the diseas'e is fastened upon
her. We believe lyvdia E. Pinkham's
egetable Compound is the miost effi
ent treatment for chronie kidney
oubles of women. and is the only med
icne especially prepared for this
When a woman is troubled with pain
r weight in luins. backaehe. frequent.
ainful or scalding urination, swelling
flimbs or feet. swenling under the
ees. an uneasy. tired feeling in the
rgion of the kidneys or notices a
ediment in the urine, she should
lse no time in commencing treatment
with Lydia E. Pinkhamn's VegetableI
ompound. as it may be the means of
sving her life.
For proof, read what Lydia E. Pink
am's Vegetable Compound did for Mrs.
" I cannot express the terrible suffering I
had to endure. A derangement of the female
ogans developed nervous prostration and a
srious kidney trouble. The doctor attended
me for a year. but I kept getting worse, until
Iwas unable to do anything, and I made up
my mind I could not live. I finally decided
tory Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com
ouud as a last resort. ar d I am to-day a well
woman. I cannot praise it too highly. and I
ellevery suffering woman about my case.'
-Mrs. emma Sawyer. (Conyers, Ga.
Mrs. Pinkht-m gives free advice to
women ; address in confidence. Lynn,
suffer every month in si
pair. The ailments pe
should receive prompt 1
irregular functions, fallin:
follow the example of th
ands of women who I
been relieved or cured,
take Wine of Cardui.
Sold by all Druggist
nments 2nd high integrity,
:g the bent of remedies and
sicians' prescrptiorlrs and
V excellent remedies, but
nos. or imita.tion medicines.
ne. which usually includes
larnacy and the finest and
and remed'al appliances.
a knowledge of the benefits
n. is usually their greatest
all know that Syrup of
qiactism, and thercfore they
mrchsrs of the choicest
ne ar:icle bearing the full
a front of every package.
ness and constipation and
lar habits, indigestion, or
bnelfcial in its effects as
n which it gives -and the
ondened, but there are
n the digrity and principles
and who do not hesitate
- roiit. Such preparations
oi some piratical concern,
ever have the ful name of
e package. The imitations
order to sell the imitations
id whenever a deal(er passes
'or Fig Syrup.' which
on the front of the package,
unfortunate as to enter his
to nirepresentation and
ts, and in the filling of.
aues health and happiness.
rlv the inmense demand
nlav be purchased every
ter bottle, but as exceptions
ill may decline or return
a0l namon of the Cosipany
not hesitate to return the.
> one of the better class of
his line at reasonable prices.
No doubt youT11needa oc
S.SUIT or SUICKER
Make no mistake -it's the kind
that's guaranteed to keep yon dry
and comfortable in the hardest
#'orm. Made in BlackorYe1
A..J. TOWER CO.,
Lg OWER IANLCo.Ltd.. -
I. L. DOUCLAS
r. L. Douglas $4.00 Citt Edge Line
cannot be equallec' at any price:
. L. DOUGL AS MAKES & SELLS. MORE
E'S$3.58HESTH ANANYOTH E
FANFACTURER IN THE WORL..
$10,00 lIEWAR to anoneh ca
I could take you into mty three large fctores.
Brockton. Mass., and show you the infinite
ire with w hichbevery palrot shoes la made, you
mld reiilxe why *V. L. Douglas s3.30 shoes
t mre to make, why they hold-their shape.
: better. w ear longer, and are of greoater
itrinsic v.alue than any other s3.50 shoe.
V. L. Dougla Ston Made, She o
CA UT ION.-auit uponu having W.L.Dou
3 %hes. Take' no substitute. None genun
'itimL t ane and price stamped on botton.
ast okr E ueleta u:sedt; they will not wear brass; .
W.t L. DOGLS Brockton, Masa.
of soil and as a
k, the cow pea
lo get the larg
fcow peas from
to certain success are fully
-ated book, which wve send
lt tells of the remarkable.
nourihed upon POTnsu.
Atnanrf- G.-22, So. Broad Street,
ran to the edge of des
inful but dangerous and
If ydu suffer from pain,
ln2Z, tirod feling, etc.,
LND - OTHEI
s, everywhere. are men of scientific attan
welfare of their fellow i;en in supplyiz
nown value. In accordance with phy
of the better class manufacture man
inal names and they never sell ialse hra
h when in need of 'anything in their i
rresponding adjuncts of a first-class pl
narations and niany useful accessories
vith the satisfaction which arises from
and assist-ance to the medical nrofessi<
v and many hours of daily toil. They
Temedy and that it gives universal sati
bottles ar.nually to the well informecl
ke pleasure in handing out the genul
ornia Fig Syrup Do.-printed on thi
lds and headaches attended by biliou;
to liver and bowels. arising from irreg
>ther remedy so pleasant. prompt and
,ad to sel it because it gives umversal
Syrup of Figs, the universal satisfactic
ations have been made, tried and <
mnd. here and there, who do not maintai
reed gets the better of their judgment,
he imitations in order to make a large:
Syrup of Figs"-or "Fig Syrup" and
ay, printed on the paciage, but they r
Svrup Co .- rinted on the front of -fl
hey are ii. jurious to the system. In
-t to misrc-resentation or decepion. ai
on untier he name of "Syrup of Fig=
4f the California Fig Syrup Co. printed
d mislead the patron who has been so
larze or sma!. ior if the dealer resorts
will do so witlh t:-her inudicinal age7
I should be avoided by every one who N
rity Of druggists are reliable. we sup
rely through the druggists. of whom it
nv, at thi reenlar Drice of fifty centsj
I the rublic of the facts, in order that
sold to them. If it does not bear the f
7inted on the front. of every package. d<
turn of your money, and in future go t
at youwish and thebest of everything in
(e"ery 2S ti eu.tiva-ed variety or the
Englishi w. d. amllgg
STATM or Oam:. CT-rY 1' TLF.DO. .
LcAs Co-NTV. I
FUANK J. C.m. imakes oath that he is
.enior partner of theirm of F. J.CaEEY &
Co.. doing ii-' o iW the City of Toledo.
County and State aforeaid, and that said
firm will pay theiun of. oxF HUNDRED DOL
LAnS for ea:h and #,very -ase of CATARR1H
that cannot b turei I.y the use of iIALL'S
CATAnH CURF. FnANK J. CHENEY.
Sworn to before me.' and subseribed in my
resenee. this 6th day of Decem
I 4ZAL. - er, A.D.. 1586. A.W.GLELSOY,
-e-. ! .Votary Public.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is t aken internally,and
acts directly on the blood and mucous sur
faces of tho -vsteni. Send for testimonials,
free. F.'J. CHENEY & Co., Toledo, 0.
Sold by all Druggists. 75e.
Hall' Family Pils are the bes
Wh ierevur the Wor'd is se..ttmr~d the.
peopIle grather. So. 17-'06.
- --can easily be raised with
. regular, even stands. and
of the vey best grade, for which the
highest pr~s can be gtten at your
wareouse, or from toacco buyers ift
you will,a few weeks before planting,
Use them again as a top dressing, or
second applhcation. These fertilizers
are mixed bycpbemen. who i.ave
been makin fetlizers all their lives,
and contain phosphoric acid, potash al
and nitrogen, or ammonia, in their C
proe prprtions to return to your V
soi te elements of pln-life that
hare been taken from itby continual t
cultivation. Accept no substitute.j
VirginIa-Carolina Chemical Co.,
Richmond, Va. Atlanta. Ga.
Norfolk.,yVa, Savannah. Ga.
Durham. N.C. Montgoery. Ala.
Charleston,. .C, Memphs Tenn.
Baltimore, Md. Shreveport. La.
SS a renovator
food for sto
est possible yield
any given soil, a p
tion of POTASH is
The best methods leading
explained in the 65-page iliust
free to farmers who write for it.
results attained with cop' peas
N~ew York--93 Nassau Street. e
sands of W
lence, tortures that would drive a
:uliar to women are not only pa
reatment before they grow worse.
feelings, headache, side ache, Qiz