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i A Remarkable Recovery.
M. Frank Btroebe, It. P. I). 1, Apple-"
i Wis., writes! "I began wing Peru
ittw monthi ago, when my health
trength vrero all Rone, and I wu
ig bat a nervous wreck, could
p, eat or reit properly, and felt
trotolive. Pernna made tuo look
I In a different light, as I began to
i my lost strength.
ertalnly think l'erunals without
i aa a toBKamattrtagta burner."
There's a big rJifler-
tce between just
it r .1 l.i
rned beel tno Kind
ild in bulk and
iby's Ceekcd Cfractj
lecf. The difference
in the taste, quality of
sat and natural flavor!
Every fiber of the
sat of Libby's Cemd
trued Heel is evenlv
id mi Idly cured.
id carefully packed in
iy's Grcal While Kilchca
It forms an appetiz-
dish; rich in food
lue and makes a sum-
J i .1 .. r
r meal mat sausnes.
Fir Quick Serving:
)by's Cooked Gorn-
Deef, cut into thin
:es: rranee on a
titer and garnish with
)bys Ghow Uhowi
i tempting dish lor
Writ r frr
U Malt Wood
XUn( to JCdL"
Positively cared by
these Utile Pllla.
Tbey alao reller. Die
Irraa from Dapala, Id-
FR I gating. A perfect rem-
ImAw tnr m..tn... Nan.
m, Drowalneaa, Had
Taste Id la kouth, Cotl
rd Tongue, Fain In the
Hide, TOliriD UVE1U
I the Bowel. Purely Vegetable.
PILL. SMALL 80SE. SHALL PRICE.
Genuine Must Oear
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IPtmcM ft Itswiaal frwwtH.
Hair to Urn YMlkful 0ler.
F tmOOKHAVEN, N15S,
marated College for Young Laeies
t4A'fMVJrfj Whitwotth College.
and HAY FEVER
rOMTIVKLY CUKKU by
INMONTH'S ASTHMA CURB
lal buUI Mr.t lo iht ai14i
ng t past I . A
Lal YarUtv for uli l tb JuU trirt br
IlliniillllliririllU,, 1 IflUaMLtllNalt
II at druaaUta ar mmiU
mvi IV C K. AUonaa,
TrtlMM kloew Haw To.
and WliLU.r Habits
treated at toui. wltbuul
pain. !( particular.
) laundry work a iileature. 1 or. ikv lUa
IN. K-F (100828) 2238.
FRENCHMAN GAVE ARM
TO ATTRACT SYMPATHY
REMARKABLE CASE OF SIMULA
TED DISEASE BROUGHT TO
LIGHT IN PARI3.
Paris. A remarkable atory was re
lated at tho Academy of Mcdlclno by
Dr. Dloulafoy tho enso of a man who,
from a morbid tic tiro to attract atten
tion and sympathy, willfully allowed
the amputation of an arm for the eako
of curing an Imaginary dlioaio,
Thq subject onjoyod excellent
health, was Intelligent, well bred, and
was employed In n government offlco,
whoro he enjoyed an excellent reputa
tion. When his misfortunes first be
gan ho was tho center of friendly ao
llcltude. That was a few years ago,
and at that tlmo there suddenly ap-
Seeklng Sympathy He Suffered the
Amputation of Hie Arm.
penred on his left arm a number of
Tbo man consulted sovcral physi
cians and their diagnosis was almoit
always dltforcnt and their treatment
Tho sores woro so persistent and
rendered the poor fellow so unhappy
that a surgeon finally suggested that
ho have tho arm amputated. Ho con
icntod and the operation was per
formed, Thrco months later tho 6orcs
appeared on the right arm and then
on tho feet.
Tho patient sought consultation
with Dr. Dloulafoy, ono of tho most
celebrated practitioners In France.
Tbo physician studied tho caso thor
oughly, but was forced to reject ono
hypothesis after nnothor, until ono
day, In tho courso of his examination,
Dloulafoy noticed that tho sores woro
elmllar to thoso mado by potash
Ho plied tho patient with qucitlons
and accused him of causing tho sores
himself. The patient met tho accusa
tion at first with Indignant denials,
but finally confessed that under tho
sway of an Impulso too strong for his
will to overcome bo mado all the sores
himself with potash, and that tho
lame Impulse forced him to submit to
Dr. Dloulafoy said this was ono of
the most remarkable cases of simula
ted dlscaso ho had over noted. Many
Caked dlscaso for tho sake of tho pleas,
ure It gavo them morphlnomanes. al
coholics, and tho like, ho said. In the
present case, however, no pleasure
was attendant upon tho Imitated dls
raso. The ptlent suffered terrrlbly from
the wounds and stood tho suffering
FISH IS HONEST BORROWER.
Huge Pickerel Returns $10 with 51
St. Paul, Minn. Nathan Ilosensteln
of St. Paul last August went fishing
In the beautiful Lake HemldJI. Ilosen
steln caught seven sunflsh and a
porch, and was about to quit, when
an enormous pickerel made a furious
dash at bis bait.
The suddonncss of tbo "strike"
startled the man, and bo Jerked his
pole, which caught in the flap of his
coat pocket. A ten-dollar gold pleco
slipped out of the pocket and rolled
toward tho gunwale. RosenBteln
dropped tho pole and grabbed for tho
coin, but It slid overboard. Fascinated
by the sight, Ilosensteln could but sit
and watch. The big pickerel, wrench
ing himself free from the hook, and
attracted by the shining coin, swung
under tho boat. The great jaws
oponed, and tho coin disappeared be
fore Iloscnstelu's vory eyes.
Only & few days ago Rosensteln
was again on Lako nemldjl and mado
a fairly good day's catch. Trolling
back toward tho dock In tho evening,
be felt a strlko, and after a furious
ten mlnuto battle landed an enormous
piokercl. On splitting the big pickerel,
he found the teu-dolar gold piece lost
Ho poked around with the knife and
uncovered 58 cents In small silver
coins und pennies. It was lntorcst at
the legal ruto on tho lost ten-dollo
Hen Proves Best Comedian.
Vlncland, N. J. A hen's tuneful lay
broke up tho production of a farce
comedy which tho ladles of tho Wash
ington club wore presenting. "Biddy"
cauio on as part of the belongings of
Aunt Sarah, from tho country, and
Just as a solemn part In tho play was
reached she began to cacklo lustily,
Tho audience roared while the
actors tried to smother tho heu with
a shawl, but tbo Infection was too
much and soon the actors and audi
enco lauuhed until the songster wai
'GATOR ON THE RAMPAGE.
Edifying Story That Is Vouched for by
the Georgia Ananias,
"Yen," said the fisherman, "tho man
had fished nil tho foronoon, an' hadn't
got a nibble, so ho took nnothor wil
lor out tho Jug, pulled off his boots, an'
lay down on the river bank an' wont
to sleep. As subn as ho went to
snorln' good, a alligator that had been
watthln' him all tho mornln' crawled
dp an' swatlcred his boots, likewise
tbo Jug, with 'bout half a gallon in It,
I reckon. The cork enmo out, and, of
courso, tho 'gator got tho full benefit
o' tbo whisky, which so turned Its
head that It lashed tho 'water with its
tall till tho river was a foamln' mass,
after which It crawled up on tho bank
agin an' mado desp'rlt efforts to climb
trees an' turn doublo-somcrsautts, an'
do all manner of Impossible things!"
'Why didn't it swallow tho fisher
man, instead of his boot?" soma one
"'Oators, gentlemen," said tho story
toller, "can't stand over'tblng. They
must draw the lino somo'rs." Atlan
Romance and Reality.
"Let the youngsters havo their ro
mance on' It'll be all tho bettor for
'em ef they git a purty good doao on
It; but don't hide from 'em the fact
that thar's sometbln' In the ahnpo of
trouble a-wnltln' fcr 'em up tho road."
said Mr. Hilly Sanders. "Not big trou
ble, tooby shore, but Jest big enough
to make 'cm stick closer together. It
ain't no uso to try to rub out the fact
that life Is what It Is. It's full of
rough places, un' thar are times when
rou have to leave the big road an'
take a short-cut through tho bamboo
Driers for to keep from sllppln' In a
mudhole. The briers hurt, but the
mudhole mought smllfllcato you. It
ain't no use to deny It, trouble Is sea
son In. I never know'd It to hurt any
body but the weak-minded, tho willful
n them that was born to the purple."
Joel Chandler Harris, in Undo Re
DOCTOR SAID "USE CUTICURA"
In Bad Case of Eczema on Child
Disease Had Reached a Fearful
State His Order Resulted
In Complete Cure.
"When I was small I was troubled
wltlf eczema for about thrco months.
It was all over my faco and covered
nearly all of my head. It reached
such a stato that it was Just a largo
scab all over, and tho pain and Itching
woro tcrrlblo. I doctored with an ablo
physician for somo tlmo and was then
advised by him to use tho Cutlcura
Remedies which I did and I was en
tirely cured. I havo not been bothered
with it since. I used Cutlcura Soap
and Cutlcura Ointment but do not
know exactly how much was used to
complete tho cure. I can safely say
that Cutlcura did a lot for mo. Miss
Anabel Wilson, North Branch, Mich.,
OcL 20. 1907."
Hurt Convict's Pride.
A church missionary had a letter
secenUy from a convict begging him
lo reform the writer's wife, who was
also in prison.
Tho convict who is serving a long
term was very anxious about tbe
matter, because, as ho said: "It was
no credit to him to rcceivo letters
from such a place as prison."
Another convict, in the course of a
letter to his brother, a pauper, re
marked: "Well, Jack, thank goodness
I havo never sunk bo low as tho work
house yeL" London Dally News.
"Nails are a mighty good thing
particularly finger nails but I don't
believe they wcro intended solely for
scratching though I used mlno, large
ly for that purpose for sevoral years.
I was sorely afflicted and had it to do.
Ono application of Hunt's Cure, how
ever, relieved my itch and less than a
box cured mo entirely."
J. M. WARD, Index, Texas.
Wouldn't Go Alone.
At a recent entertainment la a
colored church of Washington the
master of ceremonies made this un
"Miss Bolter will sing 'Oh, that I
bad wings like a dove, for then would
I fly away and be at rest,' accom
panied by Rev. Dr. E. F. Botts."
One Bottle or Less.
Malaria is easy to contract in somo
localities, and hard to get rid of
that Is, it tbe proper remedy Is not
used. Cheatham's Chill Tonic frees
any ono from It promptly and thor
oughly. It Is guaranteed to euro any
kind of Chills. Ono bottlo or less
will do It.
Dust and Gasoline.
"I had to sell my auto, but I haven't
missed It as yet."
"You caaget roost of the sensa
tions by cleaning rugs."
Try Murine Eye Remedy
For Red. Week, Weary, Watery Eyes.
Murine Doesn't Smart Sootbfi Lye rein.
All DruggUts Sell Murine at Mcti. The 48
Pego Book In each Pkg. is worth Dollars
in every home. Ak your Druggist.
Murine Eye Remedy Co., Chicego.
A Deadly Brigade.
"So your son Is now a soldier, hoy,
"Yes, sab; he's dono jlned de mali
cious corpso, sah."
Hicks' Capudlne Cures Women,
reriodlo pains, backache, nervousnes-i
ami headache relieved Immediately and
assists nature. Prescribed by physicians
with twit results. Trial bottlo 10c, llcuular
site SSo and 60a at all Uruiulnts,
IJo at war with your vices, at peace
with your neighbors, and let every
year find you a better man, Franklin.
Save the Babies
INFANT MORTALITY is something frightful. Wo can hardly roalizo that of
all tho children bora in oivilized countries, twontytwo per cont,, or nearly
ono-quartor, dio boforo they reaoh ono year? ttortysoven por cent,, or more,
than ono-third, boforo thoy are flvo, and one-half boforo thoy arc flfteon!
We do not hositato to say that a timely uso of Oastoria would save ama-i
jority of theso precious lives. Neithor do wo hesitato to say that many of theso
infantile deaths aro occasionpd by tho uso of narcotio preparations. Drops, tinctures
and soothing syrups sold for ohildron's complaints contain moro or less opium, or
morphine. Thoy are, in considerable- quantities, deadly poisons. In any quantity
thoy stupefy, rotord circulation and lead to congestions, sickness, death. Oastoria
operates exactly tho rovorso, but you, must seo that it bears the signature of
Ohas. H. Fletcher. Oastoria .causes, tho blood Jo oiroulate properly, opem tho
pores of the skin and allays fever.
Letters from Prominent Physicians
addressed to Chas. H. Fletcher.
Dr. A. F. Peeler, of Et Louis, Mo., says: "I bavo prescribed your Castor!
fa many cases and have always found it an efficient and speedy remedy."
Dr. B. Down, of Philadelphia, Pa says: "I havo prescribed your Cas
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Dr. Edward Parrish, of Brooklyn, N. ?., says: "I have used your Caa
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patients to use It for Its mild laxatlvo effect and freedom from harm."
Dr. J. B. Elliott, of New Tork City, says: "Having during tho past sis
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hearUly commend Its use. Tho formula contains nothing deleterlou
to tho most delicate of children."
Dr. C. G. Sprague, of Omaha, Nob., says: 'Tour Castoria la an Ideal,
mcdldno for children, and I frequently prescribe it While I do not advo
cato tho Indiscrlmlnato uso of proprietary medldnes, yet Castoria Is aa.
exception for conditions which arlso in tho caro of children." , ,
Dr. J. A. Parker, of Kansas City, Mo says: "Your Castoria holds the)
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Dr. IL F. Merrill, of Augusta, Mo., says: "Castorja Is one of the very;
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Dr. Norman M. Gcer, of Cleveland, Ohio, says: "During tho last twelve
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you don't feel Inclined to cat sau
sages when you find your butcher has
removed to a shop next door to tbe
Home for Lost Dogs, do you?
"There is ono remedy, and only one
I havo ever found, to cure without fall
such troubles In mv farallv as eczema.
ringworm and all others of an Itching
cnaracter. That remedy is Hunt's
Cure. We always uso it and it never
falls." W. M. CHRISTIAN,
60c per box. Itutherford, Tenn.
"Why do you always read the news
paper criticisms of tho opera so care
fully after you have attended a per
formance?" "People will be sure to ask about It,
and ono must bo ablo to answer as
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"It Finds the Spot."
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stuck, while others bavo passed away,
Blmply because it cures your Pains,
Aches, Bruises, SprnlnB, Cuts and
llurns quicker than any other known
remedy. Hunt's Lightning Oil. It's
fine for Chtgger bites also.
"Yes," said the first tramp, "times
are certainly bad with our profession."
"In what respect?" asked the second
"There's a great stringency of ham
sandwiches and cold mutton bones."
Detroit Free vP"regs.
A girl will forgive a young man
quicker for kissing her against bor
will than for not being interested
enough to try.
Mr. Wlnslow' Soothing Byron.
For cbtldrtn Utlbtor. tuttes tb .uni, raducra n
No roan on earth Is rich enough to
enjoy paying taxes.
Every Meal a Feast
Not only a feast, but actual nourishment.
If the baby's stomach is not right, each
meal only adds to the burden. Make
sure that your baby enjoys and profits
by its food by keeping its stomach in
Rmgulmies tho Stomach and Bowels,
oorraots Sour Stomach, cures Diar
rhea and Summer ComaJalnt. The
teething period is dangerous. Baby Elixir
will take your baby through in perfect
safety. Pleasant to take; contains no
tolsons, opium or laudanum. At your
druggist's, 25 and 50c a bottle. Be sure
and get the genuine.
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ST. LOUIS, MO.
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Nursing Mothers and Malaria
I The Old Standard GROVE'S TASTELESS CHILL TONIC, drives out Malaria and builds up tbe
I system. You know what you ore taking. The formula is plainly printed on every bottle, showing: it
is simply Quinine and Iron in a tasteless, and the most effectual form. For adults and children. 50c.