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USE AND ENDORSE PE-RU-NA.
.. OF WASHINGTON,D.C.
C. B. Chamberlin, M. D., writes from 14th and P Sts., Washington, D. C. : *
"Many cases have come under my observation where Peruna j
/wis beneated and cured. Therefore, I cheerfully recommend it for J
catarrh and general to,tic. "-C. B. CHAMBERLIN, M. D. \
Medical Examiner U. S. Treasury.
Dr. Llewellyn Jordan."Medical* Extminer
o? U.S. Treasury Department, graduate) of
? - D ? o ? n i I Columbia Collego,
- " land who scrvrd
.throe y ear3.- ut
West Point; ?as'vfho
Tollowing to suv of
"Allow mc to ex
press my gratitude
to you for tho
ben eilt derived
. from yon fe *?n-;
der fu I rvrapay.
On? short m'tmth
has' brought forth*
a vast change and
I now consider
inyself a well maa
af tear morphs got
suffering. .?,Fellow-.sufforors, Peruna will
euro you."-Dr. Llewellyn Jordan.^
Geo. C. Havener, Kt D., of Anacostia, D.
The Peruna Medicino Co.; .Columbus, O.:
(gentlemen-"In my practice li have had
occasion to froquontly prescribe your valu
able medicine, and hive found its uso bene
ficial, espeoially in casos of catarrh."
George C. Havener, M. D; ; '
If you do not receive prompt and satis
fac? ory. jesuits Vom tho use of Peruna.
write at b'neo toi Dr. Hartman, giving a
full statejnent of ..your caje, and he will
ba'pleased to- give you his valuable ad
s^ddress Dr. Hartman, Pr?sident of
TmQ 'Hartman Sanitarium; Columbus,
Ohio,C'. i : - .
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Mention this Paper 7T?eU?T
TWO WHO FAILED.
A mao failed after trying long,
And then ant down nod wondered why;
He saw not where ho had been wrong.
Nor where fair chances had slipped by.
All that he did was sit and guze
Upon the hopes strewn 'round him there
And wonder on"through nil bis days
Why fate had marked him for despair.
Another failed and stepped aside
And saw the canses ot his woe
He saw where efforts misapplied
Had aided ohance to bring him low
And, taking dote of nil the past.
And turning into newer ways,
He tried again and filled nt last
The hopes of all his eager days.
J MY NEW HOUSEKEEPER, ?
t) _ j
V BT HOBACE EATON- WALKEB,
Of course I do not claim to be a mod
el housekeper; but Adolphus well
knew that I was the child of aristo
cratic parents, and he had fair warn
ing, too, as my father said, on giving
me to him, that I was a good girl, an
educated young lady, and with a little
patience and perseverance could be de
veloped into a real helpmeet.
"I take her for better and for worse,
my dear Mr. Hartshorn," he said, "and
I really believe that none of us will
live to regret my union with your only
Of course, wo all hoped so and be
lieved so; for Adolphus Marston was a
fine young man, of good family, and
with habits of life above the average.
So matters were consummated, I be
coming his willing bride.
At first we took our meals at the
nearest restaurant, as our new cottage
was not yet fitted, to the requirements
of my fastidious new husband. I had
resolved from the very first not to ruf
fle his temper; and while mine was not
of the sweetest, I being to some in
tents and purposes a spoiled child, I
decided to hold my peace if the heavens
fell. I saw a growing impatience on
his part, however, and could easily see
that taking his meals at a cafe was de
cidedly annoying on account of the de
lays of orders, the muddy coffee, the
impertinence of waiters, and other dis
Finally I "ventured to ask him if he
was tired of taking his meals out. He
was very tired, and was now ready for
business, the business of housekeeping.
"But, Dolphy, may I ask the name
of our housekeeper?"
"It is Adolphus Marston!"
I simply stared, for so far as I was
aware, he knew little or nothing of the
culinary art. I patiently awaited
coming events, which were now rapid
ly casting their shadows before.
Not long after thi3 r:e were happi
ly settled in our new nome; the res
taurant was abandoned for all time,
and our larder filled to repletion. Of
course our first venture was breakfast,
and I wondered at his remaining in
bed so late; as it was an excessively
cold morning, the sitting room and
kitchen fires would both need tending,
and he was due at the office at S
I was later awakened however from
a light nap by hearing Adolphus mov
ing hurriedly about the sitting room.
An intense chillness was in the atmos
phere, and there seemed to be trouble
of some kind.
1 wondred what it was, but I did not
wonder audibly. Silence seemed to be
golden at this hour. Presently I heard
Adolphus descend the kitchen stairs,
and arising, I inspacted the sitting
room. It was a sight to behold. Ashes
to right of me, ashes to left of me,
ashes everywhere. I could have sat
down and cried ; but as he hau not lost
patience why should I? So, on hear
ing his returning footsteps hastily re
tired, and when he re-entered the
room loaded with kindling wood pa
per, shavings and a whole box of
matches. I was as unconscious as the
seven sleepers. But poking his chilled
nose through the portieres Adolphus
"Hortense, the sitting room fire is
"And the fire is also out in the
"Can't I help you?"
"Oh, no! I'm the housekeeper for one
week. At the end of that tim I shall
either commit suicide go to a lunatic
asylum or fall into a high fever."
After more noise than a threshing
machine, and dust, smoke and some
remarks Adolphus announced to him
self that the firr> was going, AS soon
as he left the room I arose and dressed,
not to receive callers, but in my com
monest gown, as from present indica
tion I knew that the unexpected was
sure to happen, and it did. I under
stood very little about a broom, and
much less about a carpet sweeper, but
between them both I managed to make
the sitting room presentable. Then
a call from the kitchen.
"Hortense are you up? "
"How much water do you put in bis
"Just a little, so it will knead, Dol
A rattle of dishes, a noise of spoons
and moulding board, then,
"Hortense, how much cream of tar
tar for a hatch of biscuit?"
"I guess a teaspoonful."
"How much soda?"
"I gless a teaspoonful."
"You could tell me what a quaver, a
demi-serai-quaver is in music, a bar, a
breise, a crochet, a chord, and not
guess at it So don't guess a tea
sponnful, but how much soda."
"Enough to suit the taste."
"So do cooks."
A half hour passed away, I did not
dare to descend to the kitchen; the
noise there was simply overwhelming.
I could hear him bang the roller over
the moulding boarcCthen crash! He
had dropped a dish, and I heard him
say he didn't see how a dish could
break into so many pieces. Later I
heard the oven door snap to, a few
hasty steps, and then a deathly silence.
What could it mean? Why this still
ness? Had he fallen in a fit from
mental excitement? Or was he quiet
ly strapping his razor preparatory to
cutting his throat? The suspense was
horrible. I could not bear it! How
cruel of rae not to share his morning's
The name came with double excla
mations, and the voice seemed nat
"What, dear Dolphy?"
"Breakfast is ready!"
What a relief! I repaired to the
room below; sitting in front of the
stove, his chair tilted back, his feet
elevated to a level with his breast, a
glow of culinary satisfaction over
spreading his face Adolphus said:
"Hortense, the new cook presents
the compliments of the morning, an
nounces his bill of fare as consisting of
hot biscuit, hot coffee, new creamy
butter, and the complete solution of
the- servant question. Please be seat
id, while- I, at tr
viii pour the cof!
ender the biscuit
vork, carry off th
I was only too
had developed s
ite, and the pros;
vith those ino
ivery new wife :
"I certainly co
Dolphy," I said, :
able, upon whic
ee, rows of*plum
ng over ali, my
rant question foi
":f the servant
wife is not a co
;o the new husb
)f any brains, he
.joom and kitchc
.oils, gems or bi:
ye. Eureka! I
They were go!
rho soda had no
aot oven had do
"Are they ail
"Very fair, co;
his boots? Try t
[ have not beaten the cartr-nia-j??.....
[s beyond compare." t
It did have aroma, but as t?ee it j
was flat, vapid, and altogethewith- j
out character; and the cr?ame but- ?
ter! It was the poorest kitchecook- j
ing butter! I could not eat I ,
"Dolphy, let's go down to 3 res- <
taurant. get a good square meareturn 1
home, sand for your mother id my ,
mother, and hold a meeting, Bpara- j
tory to taking our initial stepsa sue- ]
cessful housekeeping; for youjannot j
cook, I cannot cook, and tlrefore ?
somebody must come who can^Am I ,
unreasonable?" r. ?
"I guess not." j> j
"Shall we do it?" fe ,
"By all means." 1 1
And it all resulted in the fa that
our mothers secured us a (j lc, a
chambermaid, a washerman, and 1
though Adolpus has not sol vea**?- '
mooted servant question, I am st
alive, and he has not committed suici
nor made any more golden biscuit
AN UNFINISHED STORY.
A Point Where In rollin - It the Rev. I
Harrow* Always Stop?.
The Rev. Dr. John Henry Barrow
president of Oberlin College, who fe
merly preached to a Chicago Congr
gation. tells a little story concernii
an experience of his own that may
worth passing along. It was at f
time that Dr Barrows was making a
rangements for the holding of the gre
congress of religions here. He had 1
immense correspondence to take ca
of, and found it necessary to empl *.
a stenographer. The young lady w
pretty. It is not to be inferred th ?
there are any but pretty lady sten
graphers, but the one employed 1
Dr. Barrows was especially comely.
The doctor fitted up a workroo
on the third floor of his house, whe
he and thc stenographer toiled ha
day after day, undisturbed by calle
and well away from the noises of tl
The work of preparing for the co:
gress was still going forward on tl
14th of February, when the doctor's 1
tie son became excited ovsr the sen
lng and receiving of-valentines. Thebt
had been running about the neighb
hood handing love tokens to the chil
ren he knew and many had come
him. when he remembered thpt M hi
a father up on the third floor, in add
tion to the One in Heaven. Going-'
his mother, he proposed that thf
send upa valentine.
"Well," said Mrs. Barrows, "it is vet
nice of you to remember father. Ho
would it do for me to write a valentir
for him and let you take it up?"
The boy was delighed at the idea an
his mother wrote upon the sheet 1
"Please kiss the bearer."
This she placed in an envelop
which was properly sealed and addres:
cd to the doctor. The boy started U)
stairs with his valentine, but he hs
been running around a good deal du
ing the morning and his legs we
weary. When he had reached the se
ond floor he met the pretty steno
rapher, who had started out after po
tage stamps or something, and ask?
i~. she wouldn't be kind enough
hand the note to his father.
She took the envelope, gave tl
child a pat on the check and ran bat
upstairs, where-perhaps prompted 1
some feminine curiosity-she wait
while Dr. Barrows opened his valen til
and read, in his wife's handwriting:
"Please kiss the.bearer."
Here is where Dr. Barrows alwa
cuts the story off-Chicago Recor
PEARLS OF THO JGHT.
Genius is only great patlence.
A good man does good merely by
Genius is only a superior power of
Every brave man is a nan of lils
Forgive thyself little and others
The education of the humand mind
commences in tho cradle.-Cogar.
No thoroughly occupied man-was
ever yet very miserable.-L. E. Lan
If you do what you should hot yon
must bear what you would not.
If the poor man cannot always get j
meat, the rich man cannot always di-1
gest it.-Giles. . v
Every duty which we omit obscures
some truth which we should have
We can hardly learn humility and
tenderness enough except by suffer
He that is selfish and cuts off his
own soul from the universal soul of
all rational beings is a kind of volun
tary outlaw.-Marcus Aurelius.
It is no disgrace to be poor, but It
ls often inconvenient.
A few touches of nature smooth
many a wrinkled skin.
Experience is a school* It is also
trying, at times.
Absence of your wife's relatives
makes the heart grow fonder.
The sweetest meat is not always In
the largest nut. A great pedigree may
contain little virtue.-Chicago Record
Tho 1 ? sh Logion of Honor.
The larg? .rder of merit in tho
vorld is thc nt h legion of Honor,
vhich now h ?ached half a million
SCIENCE AND INDUSTRY".
It is calculated that the rivers of
taly, if harnessed, would be collec
ively capable of developing 2,640,000
orse power. So far only about 300,
00 horse power has been utilized for
The sea is a great denuding agent;
ut its work is more constructive than
estructive. It is the workshop where
early all the stratified rocks have
een accumulated and ranged In lay
rs of strata. The rivers and ocean
urrents continually bring in fresh
uppMes of debris, even for hundreds
The temperature of the earth is e3?
[mated to be at least 5000 degrees
'ahrenheit at a depih of 50 miles,
nd in many planes comparatively
igh temperatures are found very
ear the surface. The utilization of
his heat is one ci the great problems
ow in the minds if engineers. With
he direct and eccncmical conversion
>l heat into electricity on a large
cale, which is looked f?r in the near
uture, the earth's hot spot.-, should
iecom? Important manufacturing cen
As the result of studies on New Jer
ey mosquitoes last summer. Professor
?ohn B. Smith of Ilutgers college says
hat not orly will the insects travel
orig distances from their breeding
ilace, but on favorable evenings large
?warms risc and are1 carried during
;he night by winds. The direction iu
?vhich they go is often seaward.
Swarms have been met 15 miles from
;he shore, and they are common five
niles from shore. Migration of mos
lultoes, with the aid of the winds,
Professor Smith regards as of much
importance, and as rendering the con
sol of the mosquito nuisance a state
rather than a local affair. The Ano
pheles mosquitoes continue to breed
long after frost has set in, and even a
?overing of ice on ponds is not fatal
to their larvae and pupae.
Some of the meteorites that fail
upon tho earth possess a peculiar
.?.nntllrn ip rt iVflf j n tr flint *1,?- *?A/jj>Q
__ .. . ._i
xiety, but the moves were made with
diplomacy, and we were fully protect
ed. Mind, old man, the mine Is a pay
able one without salting, but actual
returns would not have moved the
. " "Now, today I got the biggest shock
of all. S-'s brother came. I waa
working on the wash and was in a
duece of a fix. But I professed to be
glad to sea him and invited him to
take a dishful and wash it. He did
so. Meantime I made a clay pill, put
a grain of gold in it, and put it into my
mouth. When he handed me the dish
I promptly did a sneezing fit and the
pill accidently fell into the dish, and
you ought to have seen his face when
?he washed it! He behaved like a
?schoolboy, shook hands with me and
?generally played the fool. I invited
jhim to try another dish. But no, he
?was 'more than satisfied, had taken
?the dirt himself and had washed it.'
fx impressed upon him the utmost
feecrecy, with the result-as a matter
hi course-that he promptly rode into
fevery one he met, and put them all
In a fever. From this you will gather
^hat I am pulling the ropes correctly."
fornnpl? to Or?lrr.
There is a sign in a Piccadilly shop
vindow which says, simply but magni
ficently, "Coronets to order.'' Sam
)les, too, aro in tho window for all
grades, from tho duke's down to tho
biron's. Tho apeal ie irresistible. A
siop. at all events, is. a democratic
irstitution, and yet herc is a shop
keeper, silently crying for custom, of
fering coronets literally to the man
ia the street and stimulating his Imag
ination until he can almost fancy him
self going in, asking to be shown a
few, and trying thom on, like hats.
Manchester (Eng.) Guardian.
Nearly 10 percent of all children
learn to walk by the time they hav?
reached their .enth month.
LIFE INSURANCE SOLICITING
AS AN UP-TO-DATE BU51NESS
There ls Plenty of Room at the Bot
tom-Some Interesting Facts by
Jae. W. Alexander, in "Success."
In the other professions, it is said
that there is lenty of room at the top.
In life insurance, there is plenty of
room at the bottom; that is, for young
fellows just beginning. To one man who
is insured for his life, there are many
who might be. Even In New York city,
where there are more agents in propor
tion to population than anywhere else
in this country, not one-tenth o? the
field is covered. It is a field th?t
keeps constantly renewing itself.
Young men who ?re t?king upon them
selves the responsibilities of married
life need life insurance, and can be
convinced bf the fact. Men who? are
already insured almost always take
but larger policies as their incomes
grow. Thus an agent obtain?, P. cliente
lage which is a continuing source of in
come to him.
The time is past for regarding life
insurance soliciting as a temporary oc
cupation. None but men who are sure
that the field offers them a complete
career and adequate reward for their
output of energy and talent through
the whole course of their working
years can succeed nowadays in busl
gGj ness. The suc
$M cess of most of
?g? these ls very
the peculiarity of
to those who are
not adapted to
JA*, w. ALEXANDER, it, and unusually
!',C8l'lo^^1o'ttfloLlio- great returns to
m=.n who have the courage, persever
ance, tact, hopefulness, up-to-date
methods, and ability requisite to build
up a life insurance clientelage. There
is a considerable number of men in
this country who earn, as life insur
ance agents, more money every year
than is paid to the president of the
United States. The income of a few is
nearly double the president's sa'ary.
Almost without exception,'these men
'began with no capital but brains and
energy. Of course, they have excep
tional qualities, tb" chief of which arc
energy, will power and common sense.
Hardly any of them can be said to have
unusually brilliant minds, and very
few of them are college graduates. But
they know the world and know men.
They have confidence in themselves,
and strength of will.
The best companies make a constant
endeavor to discover the men who
work with this spirit; and, when they
find them, they try to show them that
their services are appreciated. If they
desire a change from field to office
Frimer Prefers Our EsgiueS.
The ten locomotives recently sent to France
havo been found satisfactory, and ns this
shipment ls only parr, of au order for fifty o(
them, it proves that foreigners appreciate
tho value of our products. There is also
another American product that ls much ap
preciated on account of its efficacy in cases
of stomach, liver and bowel complaints, and
that is Hostetter's Stomach Bitters. It cures
indigestion, dyspepsia, constipation and bil
iousness. Don't fail to try it."
Opium is produced in seven countries
India, Turkey, Persia, Algiers, North
America, Australia and China.
Auk Your Dealer For Allen'? Foot-Ease,
A powder. It re3ts the feet. Cures Corns,
Bunions, Swollen, Sore, Hot, Callous,Aching.
Sweating Fenf. and Ingrowing Nails. Allen's
Foot-Ease makes new or tight shoes easy. At
all Druggist's and Shoe stores, 25 cents. Ac
cept no substitute. Samplo mailed FKEK.
Address Allen S. Olmsted. LeBoy, X. Y.
A Paris editor complains that almost
half the people of Paris were not born
Seaboard InUirohangenblo Mileage
Seaboard Air Line llailwnv hil"? placed
on salo 1,000 milo tickets at ?25.00, which
tickets are pood over its entire system,
and also over tho lines of its important
connections, ror.rescnting in all approxi
mately 15.000 miles.
Fuli Information as to these tickets may
be obtained ut'on application to any agent
or repr?sentative of the company.
FITS permanently cured. No Hts or nervous
ness after first day's use of Dr. Kline's Great
NerveFiestor?r.*2triaI bottle and treatisefree
Dr. IL H. KLINE, Ltd., 031 Arch St.. Phlla., Ta.
There has been no women rulers of
Russia since the death of Catherine II.
Mrs.WJnsiow's Soothing Syrup for children
teething, soften the gums, reducesinriamma
Uon,allays paia,cures wind colic. 25c. a bottle
Thc father of a bright baby is always
a timi believer in heredity.
Thirty minutes ls all the time requlro.l to
dyo with PUTNAM FADELESS DYES. Sold by
The mr.n who seiis alarm e'.ocks should
do a rousing business.
l'iso's Cure is tho best medicine wc overused
for all a.'Tections of throat and lungs.-WM.
O. EXDSLBT, Vanbureu, Ind., Feb. ?0, 100?.
More than 25,000 persons in Switzerland
are engaged in wood-carving.
Tettorlno Cure* TTczemn,
Ring Worm, Barber's Itch, Scaidhcad, Tetter
and those itching skiu troubles so unpleas
ant and disgusting. 50c. a box by mail from
J. T. Shuptrine, Savannah, Ga., if your drug
gist don't keep it.
The lielgian locomotivee have two whis
tles, one of a softer tone than the other,
to be used near railway stations.
fi A i
" I was very poorly and could
hardly get about the house. I was
tired out all the time. Then I tried
'Aycr's Sarsaparilla, and it only
took two bottles to make me feel
perfectly well."-Airs. N. S. Swin
ney, Princeton, Mo.
Tired when you go to
bed, tired when you get
up, tired all the time.
Why? Your blood is im
?ure, that's the reason,
bu are living on the
border line of nerve ex
haustion. Take Ayer's
Sarsaparilla and be
quickly cured. ?S:
Alk yur doctor what ho thinks of Ayer'?
S-imnpnrilh. [Ie knows a!! alvin I thi'->:rand
old family nwwllrin?*. Follow lils advice and
wo will lm satisfied.
.1. C. ATKR CO., Lowell. Blast.
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Bf Dom Not A il< ci i lie Heart,
?. So'd by DrUKiflst?. li an I 25o bottle JU
Lydia E* P?nkfoam'? Vi
Ii will entirely cure the worst fon
rian troubles, Inflammation a^nffiBi
of the "Womb, and conseque
adapted to the Chango of Lif
It has cured more cases c
other remedy the world has ev
cases. It dissolves and exp3b i
of development, and checks an
Irregular, Suppressed or
Stomach, Indigestion, Bloating
ache, General Licbility quickly
Womb troubles, causing pi
lieved and permanently cured I
acts in harmony with the laws that
harmless as water.
It quickly removes that Dearin
tude, "don't caro" and "want-to-b
irritability,nervousness, Dizziness, Fi
melancholy or tho M blue?," and back;
of Female "Weakness, or some deranj
medicine always cure3.
Kidney Complaints and Bocka
Compound always cures.
No other female medicine in
widespread and unqualified end
has sucli a record of cures of fema
Those women who refuse to
warded a hundred thousand time;
-a cure. Sold by Druggists every
Genuine stamped C C C. Never sold in balk.
Beware of the dealer who tries to sell
"something jnst as good."
work, they are given it when possible
Nothing is left undone that will help,
the agents, for they are, of course, the
hone and sinew.of the company. We
are all workers together for a com
mon end. If, in addition to ability as a
field worker, a man has executive abil
ity, he may achieve position in the in
surance business of unusually large re
wards and great power. He may be
come, first, a general manager-that
is, the manager of a certain district,
directing the work of all the agents
therein. These peaces are much
sought for, as the general agent usual
ly receives a commission on the re
turns of all agents under him, and has
an excellent vantaga ground for the
writing of a very large personal busi
ness. There are, of course, various
grades of districts, the best men work
ing up to the control of the most re
munerative ones. The man who re
gards the work as a makeshift is the
one who fails.
An agent dust be able, to some ex
tent, to direct and mold the mind of
the ''prospect" who has not been edu
cated up to the insurance idea. To ac
complish this, it is obvious that he
must inspire confidence and possess a
personality of sufficient force to give
his words weight. The men who have
won the remarkable success in the in
surance Hold go beyond this. They
aro always enthusiastic and optimist
ic; and. as surely as a burning flame
will light a match, they communicate
their enthusiasm to others.
I believe that any man of average
ability, industry and strength of char
acter can attain, in the insurance busi
ness, an entirely satisfactory position
in lifo. The calling is one, above all
others, that bas tho latchstring out for
young men who are beginning life
without special advantages, who are
entering the battle, not in automobiles
or carriages, or in push carts, with
relatives or friends behind, but afoot.
As I have indicated, they need not
have money, nor a higher education.
They need not sit in offices, waiting for
business, while expenses are running
on. They need not drift. There is
plenty for them to do. The older pro
fessions are. undoubtedly, greatly over
crowded. We are overburdened with
lawyers, doctors, and clergymen.
There are not enough fees ito go
around, and an undue proportion suffer
the pangs of failure.
It is possible to steal a penny bu.J. still
be in a cont.
Mals?y & Company,
41 S. Forsyth St., At lauta. Ga.
Engines and Boilers
Steam Water Heaton, Steam I'umps and
Manufacturers and Heulers In
Corn Kills, Feed. .Mill?, Cotton Gin Machin
ery and Grain Separatort?.
SOT. ID nnd INSERTED Saws, Saw Teeth and
Locks. Knight's l'ateiit Dop?, l!ir<l?all Saw
Hill and ICngino Kopulrs, Governor*, Grato
liar? nnd a full lin? of Mill Supplies. Prie?
and quality of Roods uunrantoed. Catalogue
freo by mentioning this paper.
?RE FINE your PATR??UOQ.
tea perfectly linrmlcss vegetable compound. It posi
tively nnd permanently eliminate! corpulence- ?nd
superfluous flesh, it is?< I UK AIIMII.UTK nnd a?
harmless a* fresh ftlr.Thnusnmts of patients hare used
this trrntment. Physician* endorse lt. Write tou?for
Fill KT lt KA TM KV!'. Send Ten Cents tocover
postage, etc. Correspondence strictly confidential,
liver* thlngln plain sealed package*. We send you the
lorniula.lf you take . ur treatment, and you can make
"ihrtlucto' at nunc If you deshe; ki owing the Inured
lents need nute no fear ?.f evil ofTicts. Address,
Ginnen? ( lieni.t 0,3701 ls Jell Aye ht Louis, 'io
Tor the race
Of Nie, you know,
Red Sea! Shoes
Are all the go.
m LMJ ?J '
CUIltS 'AhERt ALL ELSE FAILS,
?t Couch Syrup. Tastes Good. Use
in ..mic. ?old by druggists.
v Truly the Great
of Lydia E. Pink
Justifies Her Orig*
ns bf Female Complaints, ali OV?X
vern the female system, and is as
g-down Fcciinjr, extreme lassi
e-left-alone" feeling, excitability,
tininess, sleeplessness, flatulency,
iche. These are sure indications
jemcnt cf the Uterus, "which this
she of cither sex thc Vegetable
tho world has received such
orscmcnt. No other medicino
accept anything else aro re
5, for they get what they want
'.where. Hefaso nil substitutes.
Sold hy 63 Douglas Stores in
American enies, and the best
retail shoe dealers everywhere.
Caution ! The genuine have
W. L. Douglas' name ar.d price
?tamped on the bottom.
Aoliceincreatc of salts in table below/
1000 Z= 1,259,751 Pairs.
Business Moro Dian Doubled in Four Years.
THE REASONS: . " ".??.*,
\V. I..hoMtfUS liwKfS and ?olia moro men s 53.00
and &>..*?shops than any otliertwomanufacturcrs.
W. Ul lou ?las $.1.00 and Sn.M shoes placed side ny
Bide willi $5.oo and S<\00 shoes ot other makes are
found to be just as pood. They will outwear two
pairs ot ordinary $.1.00 and ?3.:o shoes.
Made of the best leathers. Including Patent
Corona Kid, Corona Colt and National Kangaroo.
Fut Color Eye!?1!? and Always Black Hooka Caed.
W.l.nouslas 2* "CIH Kita? Line" cannot be equalled.
Shoes by mall. 25 cts. extra. Catalog
? free. W. TM T)Oror,AS. Hroritton, Mass.
Its quality influences
the soiling price.
growing insured only
when enough, actual
is in the fertilizer.
Neither quantity nor
gond quality possible
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"FL ORO DO RA "BAN 03 are
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'STAR: WU M MONO'NATURAL LEAF.
I 'GOOD LUCK' 'OLD PEACH & HONEY'
-"RAZOR and TRICE GREENVILLE'
THE URINE IS MY GUIDE
If you will lend rn? a sample of your mora
ine, urine for chemical aoalrit*. I will tell
rou by letter, the NAM ti LOCATION and
Dlitance lt Do barrier to euceeee whoa
eclence uk.-? toa plie* ot raeulnr. Send
fly. cente for malllnf caa. for urine. My
lecture on THE WATER DOCTOR MU? ?rea.
J. R. SHAFER, M. D.?
622 Venn Ave., Pittsburg, Pa.