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I HAD CATARRH THIRTY YEARS.
Congressman Meekison Gives Praise to
H Pe-ru-na For His Recovery.
CONGRESSMAN MEEKISON PRAISES PE-RU-NA.
Yr ITon. David Meekison, Napoleon, Ohio, cx-meinber of Congress, Fifty-fifth
BS( District, writes:
I"l have used several bottles of Peruna and I feel greatly benefited ',
thereby from my catarrh of the head. I feel encouraged to believe that If
I use It a short time longer I will be fully able to eradicate the disease of
thirty years' standing." David Meekison.
- ANOTHER SENSATIONAL CURE: Mr. Jacob h. Davis, Galena, Stone county,
Mo., writes: "I have been in bad health for thirty-seven years, and after taking
BY' twelve bottles of your Peruna I am cured." Jacob Ij. Davis.
BK If you do not derive prompt and satisfactory results from tho use of Peruna,
Bff writo at onco to Dr. Hnrtman, giving a full statement of your case, and ho will
BB bo pleased to give you his valuable advlco gratis.
BV Address Dr. llarttnan, President of The Hartman Sanitarium, Columbus, O.
FIRST 8TORY OF IMAGINATION I
Written by Ennana of Thebea for
Egypt' Crown Prince In 1300 B. C
Tho "Talo of Two Brothers," writ
ten 3,200 years ago by the Thoban
scrlbo, Ennana, librarian of tho pal
aco to King Mcrcnptnh, tho supposed
Pharaoh of tho Exodus, is tho oldest
work of fiction extant.
Tho talo was written apparently for
tho entertainment of tho crown prince,
who subsequently reigned as Set! II.
His name appears In two places on
tho manuscript probably tho only sur
viving autograph signatures of nn
This pieco of antique fiction, written
on nineteen BhcctB of papyrus in a bold
hieratic hand, 'Was purchased In Italy
by Mine. d'Orblney, who sold it In
1857 to tho authorities of tho .British
museum, whero It Is now known as
tho d'Orblney papyrus.
Other specimens of ancient Egyp
tian fiction have slnco coma to light,
which appear to prove that the Nllo
valley wu not only the birthplace of
tho arts and sciences, but was also thj
cradle of romance. Stray Stories.
ROOT OF ALL HUMAN SUCCE83
Strucglo of the Race to Qet Away
Tho strugglo to get away from pov
erty has been a great man-dovoloper.
Had every human being been born
with a silver spoon In his mouth had
there been no necessity put upon him
to work tho raco would still bo In
Its infancy. Civilization owos more
to tho perpetual strugglo of man to
get away from poverty than to any
thing else It Is not poverty Itself,
hut tho effort to got away from it,
that makes tho man. Wo aro so con
stituted that wo mako our greatest
efforts and do our best work while
struggling to attain that which the
heart longs for. Power Is tho rcsull
of forco overcome. Tho giant Is made
strong In wrestling with difficulties.
It Is impossible for ono who docs not
have to struggle and to fight obstacles
to develop fiber or stamina. "To live
without trial Is to die hut half a man."
Promotes Personal Liberty.
A British Constitutional Associa
tion has been formed for tho purpose
of "promoting personal liberty and
limiting tho functions of governing
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I High Class Druggists (
1 AND OTHERS.
V Tho bettor class of druggists, everywhere, aro men of scientific attainments and high integrity.
H who dovoto their lives to tho welfaro of their fellow men in supplying tho best of remedies and
B purest medicinal agents of known value, in accordance with physicians' prescriptions and
H' scientific formula. Druggists of tho better class manufacture many excellent remedies, but
K , always under original or officinal names and they never sell fake brands, or imitation medicines.
Thoy aro the men to deal with when in need of anything in their line, which usually includes
K all standard remedies and corresponding adjuncts of a first-class pharmacy and tho finest and
K best of toilet articles and preparations and many useful accessories and remedial appliances. 1
K Tho earning' of a fair living, with tho satisfaction which arises from a knowledgo of tho benefits 1
B f conforrcd upon their patronB and assistanco to the medical profession, is usually their greatest I
H I reward for long years of study and many hours of daily toil. They all know that Syrup of I
I Figs is an excellent laxative- remedy and that it gives universal satisfaction, and therefore they I
1 aro selling many millions of bottles annually to the well informed purchasers of tho choicest . l
L romedios, and thoy always take ploasuro in handing out tho, genuine article bearing tho full
m MM narao of tho Company California Fig Syrup Co. printed on tho front of every package. W
g Thoy know that in cases of colds and headaches attended by biliousness and constipation and '
of weakness or torpidity of tho liver and bowels, arising from irregular habits, indigestion, or
f over-eating, that thero i3 no other remedy so pleasant, prompt and beneficial in its effects as
I Syrup of Figs, and they aro glad to sell it becauso it gives universal satisfaction.
I Owing to tho cxcollonco of Syrup of Figs, the universal satisfaction which it gives and the
1 immonso domand for it, imitations have been made, tried and condemned, DUt thero aro
1 individual druggists to bo found, bero and there, who do not maintain tho dignity and principles
I of tho profession and whose greed gets tho better of their judgment, and who do not hesitate
I to recommend and try to sell tho imitations in order to mako a larger profit. Such preparations
I somotiraos have tho name " Syrup of Figs" or "Fig Syrup" and of some piratical concern,
I or fictitious fig syrup company, printed on tho package, but they never have tho full name of
iwl Company California Fig Syrup Co. printed on the front of tho package. Tho imitations
H Q should bo rojected becauso they aro injurious to tho system. In order to sell tho imitations
I thX fnd it neceBsary to resort to misrepresentation or deception, and whenever a dealer paEBcs M
m off on a customer a preparation under tho namo of "Syrup of Figs" or "Fig Syrup," which I
I m does not bear tho full namo of tho California Fig Syrup Co. printed on tho front of tho package,
? ho is attempting to deceive and mislead tho patron who has been so unfortunate as to enter his 1
f establishment, whethor it bo largo or small, for if tho dealer resorts to misrepresentation and 1
I f and deception in ono caso ho will do so with other medicinal agents, and in tho filling of I
I I physicians' prescriptions, and should bo avoided by every one who values health and happiness. I
I I Knowing that tho great majority of druggists aro reliable, wo supply tho immenso demand I
1 1 for our oxcollent remedy entiroly through tho druggists, of whom it may bo purchased every- I
I 1 whero, in original packages only, at tho regular price of fifty cents per bottle, out as exceptions I
I exist it is necessary to inform the public of the facts, in order that all may deolino or return , m
1 any imitation which may bo sold to themS. If it does not bear the full name of tho Company M
I B California Fig Syrup Co. printed on tho front of overy package, do not hesitato to return tho m
K I articlo and to domand tho return of your money, and in future go to ono of tho better class of
I W druggists who will sell you what you wish and tho'best of everything in his lino at reasonable prices, l
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v NEWS SUMMARY V
Joseph Arthur, tho playwright, la
dead In Now York, agod 57 years.
Vlce-Admlral Sir Henry Orenfcll
died In London last week. He was
born In 1845.
St. Vlaturcs collego at Uourbounals,
III., was destroyed by nro at night.
Nono were Injured.
Tho health department at Havana
announces that no cases of yellow
fever exist In Cuba.
Tho Calumet & Hecla Mining com
pany directors have declared a dlvl
dond of $15 per share.
King Edward opened tho second
parliament of his reign Monday after
noon with tho customary ceremonies.
Tho Japanese government has de
blared March 10 as tho date to bo cel
ebrated as tho anniversary of tho war.
A modified form of quarantine goes
Into effect ngnlnst Havana and nil
Cuban and other tropical porta on
March 1, at Mobile.
Preldcnt Falmo of Cuba says that
ho Intends to recommend to congress
nn Increase of tho present forco of
8000 rural guards to C000.
The gold standard was adopted nt
tho Algeclras conference. Franco
does not lndlcato any further policy
regarding tho Moroccan question.
Tho Amcrlcnn steamer David has
been wrecked on San Andrews Island,
off tho Nlcnraguan coast. Tho crew;
was saved, but the cargo was lost.
"Tho senate has ratified the troatp
with South America relating to quar
antine regulations. Tho treaty Is
similar to that with European coun
tries. The war department has received a
cablegram from San Domingo, saying
.that Harmon Caccrcs has announced
that ho will servo tho unoxplrod. pres
Thrc'o men lost their lives fighting;
flro In' tho shaft of tho Old Dominion
mino at Globe, Ariz., Tuesday. Twelve
boxes of powder In tho tenth level
burned without exploding.
The united mine workers of Illinois
have unanimously Indorsed tho action
of tho national convention at Indian
apolis In demanding an Increase ot
12 per cent over tho present scale.
Tho strained Franco-German situ
atlon appears to havo Increased some
what, owing to tho disheartened tone
of tho press, which, however, careful
ly avoids stimulating tho war fever.
Tho sennato has passed tlio bill au
thorlzlng tho purchnso of coal lands
In tho island of Datan, Philippine Is
lands; also tho bill amending tho Phil
ippine tariff act on tcxtllo fabrics on
Father F. E. 1-eary, nntlonnl chap
Iain of tho G. A. It., who Ib 111 at his
homo In Chapman, Mass., with pneu
monia, Is reported slowly sinking. His
physicians hold out no hopo of re
covery. Returning to her flat to get her
money Mrs. John Hanley met her
dacth In Chicago In a burning npart
ment house. Mrs. Hantoy had' gone
from tho building with her son at tho
Tho correspondent of the London
Dally Telegraph at Toklo says that
fire In tho town of Talra, sixty miles
southeast ot Fukushlma, destroyed
GOO houses and caused tho death of
In tho British house of commons
tho statement was mado that tho
transfer of Port Arthur from Russia
to Japan docs not affect tho status
of Wei Wei, which was leased to
Great Drltaln by China.
Prlnco PIgnatelll Strongoll, aged
10, son of a lady-In-wnlting to Queen
Helcnn, committed suicide nt Naples
by shooting. Ho was, to havo been
mnrrlcd In a few hours to a daughter
of tho Duko of Corlgllnno.
J. Milton Turner of St. Louis, for
merly American minister to Liberia,
Is endeavoring to enlist tho Interest
of Isth'mlnn cnnnl offlclnls In tho em
ployment of negro Inbor from tho
United States In building tho canal.
The bnndlts who kidnapped Colonel
Robort Mannlgan, tho Doming, N. M.,
ranchman, from a Btngo near Silver
City, N. M., nro nlleged to havo collect
ed $2,000 ransom monoy to dato, $1,001
from tho Colonel and $1,000 from ltta
Bbn, yet them still hold him.
It Is understood that tho union mi
ners will demnnd n 12 cent Increnso
In wages In the Pittsburg district.
Mitchell, when prossed abo'-t his
ncnnlng when ho said thero would
jo no strike, said that It applied to
tho bituminous coal situation.
Efforts havo been started at Seattle,
Wash., to sreuro a shipload of wheat
for Japanese famine sufferers, to bo
shipped, If possible, on tho Great
Northorn liner Dnkota, sailing March
12. Lato Orlontal mall advices show
that nenrly a million peoplo nro
A forco of religious fanatics Is re
ported to have Invaded and overrun
a portion of Sokoto, Africa, from the
north; to havo destroyed a French
post near tho frontier, killing flvo
French officers and capturing two,
and to havo overwhelmed a British
"Backache, "The Blues" H
Both Symptoms of Organto Derangement in H
Women Thousands of Sufferers Find Relief. H
How often do wo hear vromen say: "It
ecerasns though my buck would break,"
or "Don't speak to mo, I am all out of
that tho system requires attention.
Backacho and " tho bluett" nro direct
symptoms of an Inward trouble, which
will sooner or later dcclnro Itself. It
may bo caused by diseased kidneys or
Gomo derangement of tho organs.
Nature requires assistanco and at onco,
and Lydla B. Pinkhnm'n Vegetable Com
pound instantly asserts its curatlvo
powers In all thoso peculiar ailments ot
women. It has been tho standby, of
intelligent American women for twenty
years, and tho best Judges ngrco that
It is tho most universally success
fu( remedy for woman's ills known to
Read tho convincing1 testimonials of
Mrs. Holmes and Mrs. Cotrcly.
Mrs. J. C. nolmcs, of Larlmorc, North
Dakota, writes: '
Soar Mrs. Plntham:
" I bv suffered everything with backacho
and foinaJo trouble I lot the trouble run on
until my system was In such a condition that
1 was unalilo to be about, and then it wu I
commenced to uao Lydla Ilnkham's Vrgc
tablo Compound. If I bad only known how
much suffering 1 would have saved I should
have taken it months soonur for a few
weeks' treatment mndo me welt and strong.
My backaches and headaches are all gono and
I suffer no pain at my monthly erlods,
whereas before I took Lydla K, Plnknam's
Vegetable Compound I suffered intense pan."
Mrs. Emma Cotrcly, 100 East 12th
etrcet, New York City, writes:
Dear Mrs. Pinkbam:
" I feel it my duty to tell all suffering women
of the relief I havo found In Lydla K, fink-
Bslfllan Women Hard Worktn.
In Belgium horses often cost more
than tho, peasantry can afford, and so
many ot tho women .often trudge
miles with one heavy basket slung
over tholr shoulders, another on tholr
arm, and a third balanced perfectly
on their hoads. They tramp along In
the glaring heat until they reach tho
neighboring market. They thoy, find
no tlmo to rest. Thoy empty their
baskets, never thinking that in car
rying such a load thoy have perform
ed a hard day's work, so eager aro
thoy to soil their flowers, fruits, and
vegetables. After vending their waros
all day they return with three empty
baskets, ono strappod to tho back,
anothor on tho head, and tho third on
Standard tlmo was established on
principles first suggested by Charles
F. Dowd of Saratoga. Tho United
States, beginning nt its extremo east
ern limits and extending to tho Pa
cific coast, was and is now divided
Into four time sections, eastern, cen
tral, mountain and Pacific. I
ham's Vegetable Compound, When I com-
menccd taking tho Compound I suffered H
everything with backaches, headachs, and H
female troubles, Inm completely cured and H
enjoy tho beat of health, and I owo it all H
to you," 1
When women nro troubled with Irrcg- H
ular, suppressed or painful periods,
weakness, displacements or ulceration, H
that bcarlng-down feeling, inflainma- H
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tlon, or nro beset with such symptoms H
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ability, irritability, nervousness, sleep- H
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Lydla E. Pinhhnm's Vegetable Com- H
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No other inedjclne has such a record. " H
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women. Address, Lynn, Moss.
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