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The woman who has perlodical head
aches, backache, sees imaginary darl
spots or specks floating or dancing boforc
her eyes, ha nawing distress or heavy
full feeling i tomach, faint spells, drag
ging-down cling in lower abdominal or
pelvic re n, easily startled or excited,
irregn r or painful periods, with or with
out i vie cat rh, is suffering from
weak I s .s an erangements thatshould
have e: y a ntion. Not all of above
symptot a likely to be present in any
case at o e ime.
Negld or badly treated and such
cases f .a run into maladies which do
man e surgeon's knife If they do not
res atally. -
'1 dlcne e 't)ch lon
la- as 'rc'
me - ne has such tt str
oro essi m --mirtnwnF ih a
The very es ingredients
known o medical science for the cure of
womtan's peculiar ailments enter into its
conlpovition. No alcohol, harmful, or
habit.-formning drug is to be found in the
list of its ingredinlts printed on each
bottle wrapper and attested under oath.
In any condition of the female system,
Dr. l'ioreo's Favorite Prescription can do
only good-never harm. Its whiolo effect
Is to str-ngth n, invigorato and regulato
the -wholo female system and especitily
the pelvie organs. When these are d
ranged in function or af'ected by disease,
the stomach and other organs of digestion
become symlnpathetically dc'rtngedl. the
nerves are onkened, and a long list of
bad, unileastit Symnptoms follow. Too
much must not he expected of this "Fa
vorite Prescription." It will not. perform
miracles; will not cure tumors--no mued
inet: will. It waill often prerent thema, if
tacen lin tinie, and thus the operating
table and tho surgeon's knife may be
Women suffering from diseases of long
standing, are invited to consult )octor
Pierce by letter,,frcc. All corre'pondenceo
Is blhil as strict-ly private and sacr,-dly
conlilential. Address Dr. 1:. V. Pierce,
itfTalo, N. Y.
)r.'Pierte's Medical Adviser (1000 pages)
lit Sant: 1ree on reeoipt of 21 one-cent
stamps for ph p er-covered, or 31 stainps
for cloth-bound copy. Address as above.
It is good t /
A coat of
(hings look .
gives them a higher selling value, but
it meakes things wear better and gives
them a higher value for long wear.
Pure White Lead gives an opaque,
durable coat that protects and pre
serves from the ravages of time
Prospective buyers of Pure
White Lead have heretofore
been subject to much attempted
fraud in adulteration and sub. .
stitution. You are now pro
tected by the Dutch Boy trade
mark which is found on the side of
kegs containing only Pure White
Lead, made by the Old Dutch Process.
Look for the boy.
- SEND FOR
"A Talk on Paint,"
glves valuablo infor
ist jeon.or the inle
NATIONAL LEAD COMPANY
In wohichet'er of the followc.
in9 citieS is neairest y(ou
Now York. lloston, Buffalo. OlovelandA.
Ilnclinatl. ohiengo. 8t. Loute, P'hiladel
r ),ln(Jhn . AiW oe. Co.) 'Ittsburgh
WET WEATHER WORK
/ . PerfectProtecIIon
- - Sold Everywhere
r"ilI 11 unte is hue wvho never chanigeE
his opinlion of himiuself.
is lnt a new annd utntried remedy.
Moire than, " of a Centlury attests
its wondterful curativec anid health
givittg proget:tie, andI secve to
show that It has no eqlual as a curue
for Conrstipaton, nlitiousnuess, Indi
gestIi n Siliendachme, and all
other ills arising from a
T ORPID l.iVER.
Deing strictly ai vegatabte com-.
pound, It his. nmo harmful or eveni
unplenennut eficcun. its action is
genutle bu.t none the less thorough
lea nsing the r,tomiachi and hiowels
of all ipt tites, atnt toninig up the
enir sytemi to a healthy con.
ditioni-ileaving the personl feeling
good, heeause every organiI imade
to perform its pail per(fectly.
500. ANDS ?1.00 A 80 TTlI. Alt 0RU0 810sE3.
The new Cincinnati waterworks are
now ready to furnish about 12,000,
000 gallons daily to the high service
systemn of the city. This supply is not
filtered, as it will be some time before
iitrification works are built.
Shafting in use throughout the coun
try is generally one-sixteenth of an
inch less than two inches, two and a
quarter or three inches, as the case
may be, that is one and fifteen-six
tcenths, two and thrae-sixteenths, etc.
This is because it is generally turned
fromtt the rough iron or steel and one
sixteenth is lost in the turning.
Vocal or instrumental music as a
therapeutic agent has been found by
)r. F. S. Kennedy to be a ureful aid
in me!ancholia, insomnia, hysteria,
family afiliction, business reverses; de
lirum, pain and mental or physical fa
tigue. A German physician has used
music to lessen the distress and after
effects of applying anaesthetics.
Since 1891, the electrolytic copper re
fining industry has undergone enor
mous expansion, chiefly in America,
and the number of electrolytic refiner
ies in existence in 1905 was stated to
he thirty-two, distributed as follows:
United States, nine; Germany, nine;
United Kingdom, six; France, four;
Russia, two; Austria-Hungary, two.
To this total of thirty-two must be
added four refineries, which are report
ed to be working In Japan.
German military authorities are ex
perimenting with a device by which
th location of troops using smokeless
powder may be easily discovered. By
this device it is proposed to survey
the landscape through pale red glass
es. The flash of smokeless powder ap
pears strong in red light, while ordi
nary objects are dimmed. By furnish
ing field glasses with the device in
question, which is provided with
screens of the proper tint, the pos5
tion of concealed marksmen can be
The Ileroult electric process for the
production of steel is now in practical
operation at Remschcid Haston in Ger
many, and it is reported that the steel
produced is much superior in many
ways to that made by older methods.
Steel of great purity and homogeneous
quality is made from ordinary scrap
iron rubbish, melted and then sub
jected to the action of an electric oven,
In which the necessary carbon, man
ganese, nickel and other substances re
quired to produce steel of various
qualities are added to the liquid metal.
The oven has a capacity of from one
and one-half to two tons, and is heat
ed by a current of 100 volts. The new
steel is said to be stronger and more
resistant to wear and tear than the
old-fashioned crucible steel.
The Red Howling Monkey.
The red howler (Mycetes seniculus)
is a rare monkey of the forests of
tropical America. It is an extremely
delicate animal, and is closely remark
able for the extraordinaary noises it
Inmakes. The cries it utters comprise
Ia-lmost any sound from a sub)dued
moan to an angry roar, and it is hard
ly conceivable that they should pro
*ceed from a single animal. This Is
the animal called red monkey by Wa
terton in "Wander-ings in South
America," where an adimirable de
scription of its weird cries may be
read. These sounds are pr-oducedl In
a bony cavity formed by an enlarge
ment of the hyoid, or tongue bone.
In appearance the red howler is an
elegant little creature, well c-lothed
wvith hair of a reddish browvn color.
bikc the spider mionkleys, it is pro
'vided with a long, prehensile tail, the
underIC Suirtiace of which is naked to
wardi the tip, b)ut it differs from those
monkeys in having w~ell deOveloped
t humbs.-Westminster Gazette,
The Fire Bringer.
IKing Edward once said that lie
spent the most exciting andl nervous
moment of his life on a prairie in
Canada when lie visited that country
as a youth. He was In no danger of
being scalped by a red Indiann, or eat
Ien by wol-'ves, or gored b)y a madden
ed bison. ils anxiety and nlervous
ness wer-e simply due to his efforts
to light a match. The Prince and his
pprty were miles awvay from human
habitations; they wanted to smoke,
and had onliy one match between
them. Lots were east as to whio
should strio it. The lot fell on thle
. Prince, andl with great diflificulty he
managed to get the light which was to
sup)ply them with fire till their return
* Heavy Profits.
"Here," saidl Mr. Ftairplay, "you'vo
used the druggist's telephone andi hani
him look into the directory for you
andi borrowedi his p)encil ntI asked him
about forty questions. Don't you tink
you oughlt to show your appreciation
by buying something?'
"Yes," rep)lid Mrs. Fairplay..
guess I ought. Mr. Squilis, you nixy
givo me a two-cent stamp.
Pope Leo lI.'s Little Mistake.
The late Pope was once giving an
audience, when his attendant, through
some oversiglt, neglected to intro
duce, 'by name, a very stout lady who
approached the .throne. The Pope,
however, took the situation for grant
ed. "Vous etes une bonne more do
familie eht'etienne, n'esto-ce,pas?" he
In a horrified whisper, an attendant
intimated that the lady was unnar
ried. The Pope, wit,i a smothered
gasp, sat back' in his oalr, turned his
face away and laughed. lie composed
himself, however, so quickly that the
lady, w,those knowledge of French was
not particularly good, never realized
his Holiness's faux pas.-Bystander.
FI1TS,St. Vitus'Danet: N ervous Disease: per
manentlycured by Dr. Klin"'s-Orest Nerve
Restorer. I2 trial h,ti H Ld treatise free.
Dr. H. R. Kline. LAd.,w'1 ArehSt., Phila., Pa.
In France the average span of life
is now seven years longer than it
was sixty years ago.
ENDURES ECZEMA 5 YEARS.
Sores Behind Enrs Spread to Cheeks
-Best Doctors Fail--But Out.
ra Remedies Effect Cure.
"Words are inadequate to -express my
gratitude for Cuticura Remedies. .I had
been troubled with eczema for five years
on my ear and it began to extend on my
cheek. I had been doctoring with the
best physicians, but found no relief what
ever. When rnforming them that I could
not bear the itching i was told by one of
our best doctors, 'not to scratch.' As the
medicines and salves did me no good I
thought I would get the 'Magic Three,'
Cuticura Soap, Cuticura Ointment and
Cuticura Pills, costing me one-half of one
visit to my physician. After using as di
rected, with plenty of hot water, I can
truthfully state that 1 found instant re
lief. When I had used three boxes of
Cuticura Ointment and two cakes of Cuti
cura Soap I found my skin as soft and fine
as a baby's. My circle of friends is very
large, and I am persuading them to use
Cuticura Soap and give up the kinds they
were using. I find no trouble, as my case
has proven to them that if Cuticura Oint
ment is good, Cuticura Soap must be like
wise. Miss Netta Ayers, 131 Franklin
Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y., Sept. 1 and 15, '00."
It takes a mighty good wife to make
tip to a man what he spent to get
To recover quickly from bilious attacks,
sick-h.adaehe, indigeot.ion or colds, take
(.artield Tea, the mild laxative. Guaran
teed under the l'ure Food and )rugs law.
Their Own Way.
"Some women,' said Uncle :Pben,
according to a writer in the Vash
ington Star, "not only want 'hoir
own way, but dey wants de privilege
of blamin' deir husbands foh lettin'
dem have it if it don't turn out right."
We offer One Hundred Dollar: Reward
for any case of Catarrh .hat canr.ot be
cured by flail's Catarrh Cure.
F. J. CIENEY & Co., Toledo, 0.
We, the u-.dersigued, have known .F. J.
Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe
h.im perfectly honorable in all business
transactions and financially able to carry
out any obligatirns made by their firm.
WEsT & 'lRUAx, Wholesale Druggists,
,WALDINO, KINrNAN & MAnvnI, Whole
sale ,Druggists, Troledo, 0.
Ball's Catarrh Cure is taken inter-nally, nct
ing directly upon the blood andnmucuous sur
faces of the system. Testimonials sent free,
P'rice, 75c. per bottle. Sold by all Druggists.
Take Hall' s Fami Pil for constipation.
SOME KIND OF WEAJPON NEEDED.
T'he waiter girl knew a thing or t.wo
abou-t table etiquette. So she sniffed
scornfuily as she said:
"it's ntot our cus.tom to serve at
knif'e with pw'.''
"No?" romarkedl the patron in su,r
priso. "Then bring nme an ax."--Chrls
Only One "hrm Quinine"'
That is Laxative Iromo Q)uinine. Similar
lyr namted remediles someltmes tiercive. lThe
first and orig(inal:1( Cold Talet is a \Vhite
P'ackage, with black and ted lettering, and
bears the signature ol E. \V. Orove. 25.~c
Prosperity brIng fr-ends, btut hard
lnc-k proves the-rn.
WVorth Knowing About.
If you need a fir-st-class laxative. there
is n'ythmug hetter nor safer than that. oll
family remedy, Birandreth's Pills. Etch
pill conltainst one grlain of solid extract. of
sarsaptarilla, which, with other valuable
vegctabile p.,dunct s, riake! it a blood pur-i
Ifier or exc.:lent character. If you ate
troubled wvith constipation, one pill at
ni ghit wtill afford great relief.
Uiran~drieth's P'ills are the same fine lax
afive tonic pill your~ grandparents us-ed.
Th1ey have been im use tor over a centurv
Iand( are sol in every dIrug antd medicinte
store, eithert plaint or suigar-coated.
It's a ity we can't keep our good
resolutions by placeing them in coldl
tieb cured in 30 miinuites by WVoolford's
SanitaryILotion; never fails. Sold by Drug
g ista. Mail orders promprtly filled bv Dr.
E. D)etchon Med. Cc., C2ra wtfordsville,Ind, *1,
It advice was wvorth an much as
it 1s Supp)losed to be, It would never
be as free an it is.
Mrs. WVinslow'nS8oothing Syrup for Children
teething,softens tbegumns, reducesinflanimu
tion, allays pain,cures wvind colic, 2.'c a bottln
If all men were to get whtat they
deserve it would be necessary to build
a lot more .jails.
I want to wind up with a tire on my
To face a repair bill that takes my Inst
I want to go smash in the Rislest of
To end in the worst of all death-daring
To fly in the air a:nl come down ir. the
Commingled with all of my automobnibhle.
Mixed up and mixed in and securely en
,with all themaehiuer}"hopelessly mnngled,
.The Gabriel horn in a twist beyond toot
The wheels past all chances of skidding or
Oh, let me go out. in nmv a;utomnobl hble,
Mv au tomnlmblet -wibbletv-wobble,*
Withl honkety-Ionket' "monimket v-han !
And sizzlety-fizzlet y-whIi,:zlety.whangt!
" ~ he-,mash, !
-St. Louis Republic.
KEPT IlS WORD.
"The doctor said he wouli put me
on my feet again in two weeks."
"Well, didn't he do it.?"
"He did, indeed. T had to sell my
auto to pay his bill."--Smith's Week
Jolliboy--"I suppose that when
your, wife caught you flirting with
Miss Gofast she was speechless with
Talkerly--"Oh, no, she wasn't!
You don't know my wife!"-Plek
THE VERY BIGGEST BORE,
"When a man is talking about
guns," asked Miss Bnudd, "what is
meant by a 'big bore?' "
"If you want my personal opinion,"
replied Miss Wise, "it means simply
the man who is talking about guns."
TAKING HIM DOWN A PEG.
"What would you do if you could
play the piano like I can?" asked the
eldest son, a(ldressin,g the housm'nlaid.
"Shure an' Oi wouldn't get dis
couraged. Oi'd kape roight on
larnin' till Oi could play it (iacently,"
was the r )ly.---Chumns.
NO SURPLUS WEALT1H.
"What are you going to do with
your Surpl us wealmth?"
"My friend," ansVerced Mr. lus.in
Stax, "'s:1rplus wealth is a myth, a
Superstitiol. 'T'iere is no such thing
in the pearsonal expwrience of any in
dividual."--Washin ton Star.
ONCE UPON A TIME.
"All roads," declared Caesar, "lead
to Rome. Furthermore, I may say
that they arc not controlled biy liar
T1hen he drew up his knemet urged
his horse ahead anid crossed the Ru
blcon.--Ch icago Record-H er'ald.
ANOTHER GREiAT ACTOR.
"The old1 man's gone to the city to
fill a theatrical engagemient."
"\Vhat! On the stage?''
'Sure. Heb was three clays in a
forty-toot dry well, an' It took thiree
blind innles an' a block an' t.ickle
to haul him out!"-'-Atlanta Consti
After a preten t'ous and almosct
boarid less fop had bee n shia 'ed, he
asked the barber' 2Pow muchi lhe hid
to pay. "'Nothing,'' was the reply.
"Nothing? H ow is t hat?'' ''Oh,
I've only been stiroPpping miy ra zorI on
your cheek,'' said thle b)arberC.--Au.i
"'Arie you an'. d .iiSS Spinlk< en
gaiged?"' ini(tiuired' a yonng man of his
"Repor't says so.''
"'Well, shei once~ sonit mie a true
''A h! That looked like businessm~.'
" 'Yes, but she ispelt it without a
The Apollo Bel vid ere hiad jumr- been
''Yes,'' pr'oud(ly bioasted Calamnis,
"'several departml n'. stores have
wanted himn for' a L'a-walkerm."
Thus indteedi tihe s.'ulptor' realized
ho had prioduce thC'( z':erfect type of
manly beauty.---Ne\r: York Sun.
''I Insult d thl~at maa . ini the gr'oss
est way, and( lie h': ::ce asI large and
stronlg as I m.
"Rleally!I \Vh: couragem!"
"'Yes, I did tim;'i, antid just when lhe
was imost furious~ I calmly hunmg up
the r(eieier of tihe telepmhone1 and
ainte off. "-Il Mottonor im'.
DOES YOt DAOK,- ACUE
Oure the Kidneys and the Pain Will
Only,one sure. way to cure ain ach
ing back. Cure the cause, the kid
neys. Thousands tell
of cures made by
Doan's Kidney Pills.
John C. Coleman, a
of Swainsboro, Ga..
says: "For several
years my kidneys
were affected, and
my back ached day
" and nigh,t. I was
languid, nervous and lime in the
morning. Doan's Kidney Pills helped
me right away, and the great relief
that followed has been permanent."
Sold by all dealers. 60 cents a box.
Eoster-Milburn Co.. Buffalo. N. Y.
No man can be certain that a wo.
nan is going to love him until her
ather objects to him.
Piles Cured in 0 to 14 Days.
Par.o Ointment is guaranteed to cure any
tae of Itching Blind.Bleeding or Protruding
?iles in 6 to 14 days or money refunded. 500.
The difference between wages and
salaris lies wholly in the amount of
Garfield Tea, nature's remedy for a tor
pid, inactive or disordered liver; for con
stipat.ion, sick-headache, indigestion.
Nitro-Glycerine and Dynamite.
Nitro-glycerine is made by spray
ing ordinary glycerine into a mixture
nomposed of one part of nitric acid
ind two parts of sulphuric acid. A
mcum slowly forms on the surface of
the fluid. This is carefully skimmed
Dff and washed thoroughly to remove
all free acid. The innocent and 'harm
less glycerine has then developed ex
plosive properties of a fearful nature.
Dynamite is prepared 'by soaking a
peculiar varietiy of earth with nitro
glycerine. 'I'he first man to devise
the present mode of utilizing nitro
glycerine was a Swedish engineer,
named Nobel. He made millions of
dollars out of the business of manufac
turing dynamite and allied substances.
Gn cotton is nothing but ordinary
ootton soaked in the same acids as
are used in making nitro-glycerine.
Though the fibre must be washed, ex
actly as nitro-glycerine is, the miys
terious transformation in its character
takes place quickly. 4
Tough on the Cur.
A eurlious custoa connected with
the Servian armyv is the manner in
which most. of the regiments carry
the big dru;n. It is not, as in most
countrivs, s;iung in front of the man
who plays it, hrt, is pl:ae u upon a
srmall two-wheel1ud cart drawn !y a
hange log, which has been . tr.,aned
that it keepr. its place even Uirough
the longest and most tedious marches.
'l1he drummer talet up a position be
hind the cart and performs on the
instrument as it moves along.-In
There was on the stage a rea'list'id
scene in which a nurgical operation
was apparently performed.
"H-old on!'' crioed a voice from the
audience. ''Aren't you going .to give
US some of t'hat chloroform?"
Of course, the management rwts
displeased, hmt there is a point at
which realism pails. -- Philadelphia
THEu' WJTOLE1 FAMILY
Mother Finds a Food For Grown-Ups
and ChIildr'en as Well.
Foe-d that can ho0 eaten with relish
and benefit by the children as well as
the older members of the family,
man!es- a pleasant household commod
Such a food is Grape-Nuts. It not
only agrees with and builds up chil
dren, but older persons who, from
bad habits of eating, have become
A Phila. lady, after being benefited
herself, per'suaded her husband to try
Grape-Nuts for stomach trouble. She
"About eight years ago I had a se
Yoe attack of congestion of stomach
and1 b)owels. From that time on I had
to b)e very careful about eating, as
nearly every kind1 of food then known
to me seemed to cause pain.
"Four year!; ago I commenced to
use Urape-Nufi. I grow stronger andI a,
better, and from that time I seldom
havo boon without it; have gained in .
health and strength and am now
heavier than I ever was.
"My husband was also in a bad
condition --- his stomach became 8o
weak that ho couldl cat hardly any
thing with conmfort. I got him to try
Grape-Nuts and ho soon found his
stomiaach t roublo had disappearedl.
"My girl and boy, 3 andI 9 years
old, (do rot wa'nt anything else for
breakfa!;t buti Gr'ap-'-Nuts and more
healthy childhcn cannot 1)0 found."
Name given by Postum Co., Battle
Creak, Mich. Read tho little booklet,
"~The R~oad to Weliville," In pkgs.
MPhaurea a eason."