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QUEEN OF ACTRESSES
MISS JULIA MARLOWE.
“I am glad to write my endorse •
ment of the great remedy, Peruna. I
do so most heartily. "—Julia Marlowe.
Any remedy that benefits digestion
strengthens the nerves.
The nerve centers require nutrition.
If the digestion is impaired, the nerve
centers become anemic, and nervous
debility is the result.
Peruna Is not a nervine nor a
stimulant. It benefits the nerves
by benefiting digestion.
Peruna frees the stomach of ca
tarrhal congestions and normal diges
tion is the result.
In other words. Peruna goes to the
bottom of the whole difficulty, when
the disagreeable symptoms disappear.
Mrs. J. C. Jamison, Wallace, Cal.,
“I was troubled with my stomach
for six years. Was treated by three
doctors. They said that I had nervous
dyspepsia. I was put on a liquid diet
for three months.
‘T improved under the treatment,
but as soon as I stopped taking the
medicine, I got bad again.
“I saw a testimonial of a man whose
case was similar to mine being cured
by Peruna, so I thought I would give it
“I procured a bottle at once and
commenced taking it. I have taken
several bottles and am entirely cured.”
LOOKING FOR COMFORT.
“Hurry tip. Shorty, aa’ git a more
on! I wants to make der next town
before der Jail closes fer de night!"
TORTURED SIX MONTHS
By Terrible Itching Eczema—Baby’s
Suffering Was Terrible Soon
Entirely Cured by Cuticura.
“Eczema appeared on my son's face.
We went to a doctor who treated him
for three months. Then he was so bad
that his face and head were nothing
but one sore and his ears looked as if
they were going to fall oft, so we tried
another doctor for four months, the
baby never getting any better. His
hand and legs had big sores on them
and the poor little fellow suffered so
terribly that he could not sleep. After
he had suffered six months we tried
a set of the Cuticura Remedies and
the first treatment let him sleep and
rest well; in one week the sores were
gone and in two months he had a clear
face. Now he is two years and has
never had eczema again. Mrs. Louis
Leek, H. P. D. 3, San Antonio, Tex.,
Apr. 15, 1907.”
Kangaroo as a Food. i
Twenty or 30 years ago the back
country squatters, in order to destroy
kangaroos, used to dig huge pits at
the corners of their paddocks, running
yards of calico along their wire fences
and then drive the kangaroos into the
pits, clubbing and shooting them. In
those days kangaroo skins were of no
value; now that they are almost ex
tinct, there is a great demand for
them. The flesh of a young kangaroo
Is by no means to be despised, and
kangaroo tail soup is a delicacy now
hardly to be obtained.
Might Miss Something.
Edyth—l told him there was no use
wasting his time, as I didn’t Intend
to marry him and that if he wrote to
me I would return his letters un
Mayme—Oh you shouldn’t have done
that. He might have inclosed matinee
tickets in some of them.
' My honest conviction, based upon
my own experience and that of my
friends, is that ‘Hunt’s Cure’ will cure
a larger per cent of skin troubles, espe
cially of an itching variety, than any
other remedy. Certainly those afflict
ed with any form of itch should try it.”
J. O. MOORE,
No Need for It.
Citizen (curiously)—Can women
J where you come from make their will?
Stranger (sadly)—They don’t have
I to. They’ve got It ready made.
f Hicks' Capudine Cures Women.
I Periodic pains, backache, nervousness
Snd headache relieved immediately and
vassl.sls nature. Prescribed by physicians
'-with best results. Trial bottle 10c. Regular
“•ize 25c and 00c at all druggists.
Many a married woman’s Idea of a
■stylish hat is one that costs more than
.'her husband can afford to pay.
SOU? OF FINE QUALITY.
Good Recipes That May Be New to
Delicious Soup.—Cook until tender
two cupfuls of shelled and blanched
peanuts, with a slice of onion and a
stalk of celery; press through a sieve,
reheat with one pint of white stock,
and stir into a white sauce made of
one-fourth of a cupful each of butter
and of flour and a pint of milk. Sea
son to taste with salt and pepper.
Almond Soup.—Cut four pounds of
knuckle of veal into small pieces.
Break or saw the bones into small
pieces, add three quarts of cold wa
ter, and let cook just below boiling
point for about four hours; then add
one onion, sliced, two stalks of celery,
chopped, a sprig of parsley, a table
spoonful of salt, and six peppercorns.
Let simmer an hour longer; strain,
and when cold remove the fat and
heat again. Cream together one table
spoonful of butter and two tablespoon
fuls of corn starch; thin with a little
of the hot soup, then turn into the
soup, and boil for ten minutes. Add
half a pint of cream, and season with
salt and pepper to taste; then add one
fourth of a cupful of blanched al
monds, pounded to a paste.
Green Soup.—Wash and pick quite
clean a quantity of spinach; place it in
a saucepan with enough salt, and
when done squeeze all the moisture
out and pass through a hair sieve.
Dilute the pulp thus procured with
some well flavored stock until it is of
the right consistency. Make hot, add
a squeeze of lemon and a dash of pep
per, and at the time of serving put a
pat of butter in the turneen.
STEWED KIDNEY AND TOMATO.
Dish That Will Be Appreciated os
Change in Menu.
One and one-half pounds of kidney,
one pound of tomato, two teaspoon
fills of chopped parsley, one teaspoon
of salt, half a teaspoonful of pepper,
two small onions, one ounce of flour,
two tablespoonfuls of dripping.
When fresh tomatoes are not procur
able, canned ones may be used.
Remove the core and cut the kidney
in slices about a quarter of an inch
thick. Mix together the flour, salt,
pepper and half the parsley. Melt the
dripping in a saucepan, slice the
onions, and fry them a golden brown
In the dripping.
Dip the pieces of kidney in (he sea
soned flour, then put them in the pan
with the dripping, put the lid on the
pan, and let the contents cook gently
for ten minutes, turning the kidney
occasionally. Cook the tomatoes until
soft, either in the oven or on the fire;
then rub them through a sieve, add to
Uje puree the rest of the parsley and
the vinegar. Drain off as much of the
fat as possible from the kidney, and
add the tomato puree, bring to a boil,
then let It simmer gently for 15 min
Arrange a border of mashed pota
toes in a hot dish and put the kidney
*nd sauce in the center.
Biscuit Ice Cream.
Vo two quarts of whipped cream al
low four eggs, three-fourths of a cup
ful of sugar, three-fourths of a cupful
of water and a teaspoonful of vanilla.
801 l the sugar and water together for
25 minutes. Beat the whites of the
eggs to a stiff froth, and gradually
pour over them, still beating, (he hot
syrup. Beat the yolks and add to the
whites and syrup. Place the pan in
another vessel of hot water and cook
for ten minutes, beating all the time.
Set away to cool. When quite cold
add the vanilla and mix the cream in
lightly. Pour in a mold and pack in
ice and salt. Cover with a piece of
carpet and set away for three or four
hours to harden. Four tablespoonfuls
of maraschino or sherry may be used
In place of the vanilla, If preferred.
Strawberry Oatmeal Shortcake.
Turn left-over oatmeal into small
baking powder cans (one pound size),
set aside to cool and mold. Mash
strawberries and sugar together. At
serving time unmold oatmeal, cut into
'three-quarter-inch slices and place in
deep fancy individual oatmeal or berry
dishes, cover first round with fruit,
over this put second round, cover with
berries and dust with powdered sugar
and surround with cream. This dish
has much to recommend it to the busy
housekeeper. It is easy to prepare,
very palatable and extremely beauti
ful. For a fine hot dessert dip the
sliced ontmeal in flour, place in
greased pan, dot with butter and toast
in hot oven. Then- spread with the
strawberries and serve.
Elderberry Blossom Wine.
For one quart of the flowers, picked
clear of any stems, pack tight and
add three gallons of boiling water. I
put my boiler on and heat up the
water, turn In the blossoms and stir.
Add nine pounds of brown sugar, let
cook about 15 minutes, stirring all the
time to dissolve sugar. Turn into big
jars, two or three gallons. When luke
warm add one yeast cake and let set
one week in warm place. Stir every
day. Strain into jugs and add one
pound of raisins- to every gallon. Let
work and fill every day. Leave in Jug
six weeks, covering the mouth of jug
with gauze to keep out flies and dirt,
then filter and bottle.
After cookie dough has been pro
pared, instead of using a cutter In the
old way turn out part of the dough at
a time on bread hoard and with the
hand roll a long round roil about five
Inches thick. Then with a sharp knife
cut off in small pieces about one-half
inch thick; place in baking pan ami
give plenty of room to swell or spread.
Will bake in perfect shape and is much
FIVE MONTHS IN HOSPITAL.
Discharged Because Doctors Could |
Levi P. Brockway, S. Second Ave., j
Anoka, Minn., says: “After lying '
for five months in a ;
hospital I was dls- '
V,\ charged as incur- '
able, and given only
six months to live.
My heart was affect
ed, I had smother
ing spells and some
times fell uncon
scious. I got so I
couldn’t use my
arms, my eyesight
was impaired and
the kidney secretions were badly dis
ordered. I was completely worn out
and discouraged when 1 began using
Doan’s Kidney Pills, but (hey went
right to the cause of the (rouble and
did their work well. I have been
feeling well ever since.”
Sold by all dealers. 50 cents a box.
Fostor-Milburn Cos., Buffalo, N. Y.
DAD AND HIS MEMORY.
Old Gentleman Really Had Very Lit
tle to Brag About.
It was a severe (rial to Mr. Harding
that his only son's memory was not
all that could be deflred. “Where in
the world he got such a forgetful
streak from is beyond me,” said the
exasperated father to his wife on one
“What has he forgotten now?”
asked Mrs. Harding, with eyes down
cast and a demure expression.
“The figures of the last return from
the election on the bulletin-board."
and Mr. Harding Inserted a finger in
his collar as if to loosen it, and shook
his head vehemently. "Looked at ’em
as he came past not half an hour ago,
and now can't tell me.
“As I said to him: ‘lf you’re so
stupid you can't keep a few simple fig
ures in your head, why don’t you write
'em down on a piece of paper, as I do,
and have done all rny life, long before
1 was your age?’ "Youth's Com
Getting a bear living.
An Occasion for Rejoicing.
Recently the usual morning exer
cises of a school were interrupted by a
knock at the door. After reading a
note which had been handed in. Cue
principal announced that one of the
teachers would bo unable to be at
school for several days owing to a
slight illness. Immediately two boys
began to whisper. Upon asking what
the trouble was, the boys said they
were only talking about the selection
of a hymn.
"And what would you like to sing?"
said the teacher.
“‘Count Your Blessings,’” was the
Mrs. .Tones often declared that she
enjoyed a little chat with their fish
dealer because he was a man of such
original ideas, but one (>ay, says Lon
don Opinion, she returned from mar
ket somewhat puzzled by his remarks.
“I said to him, just in the way of
conversation,” declared Mrs. Jones,
"that I had heard that a man becomes
like that with which he most associ
“‘That's ridiculous, Mrs. Jones!' he
answered. T’ve been a fishmonger
all my life and can't swim a yard.’ ”
Using ths Telephone.
It was the first time she had ever
used a telephone and the drug clerk
detected the fact by the nervous way
in which she held the receiver.
“Dear me,” she exclaimed, timidly,
"why are all those sievelike holes In
“They are there for a purpose,” re
plied the drug ciark, solemnly.
“Why, so you can strain your ofee.”
And she was so embarrassed she
forgot the number she was to call up.
Right Food Gives Strength and Brain
The natural elements of wheat and
barley, including the phosphate of pot
ash, are found in Grape-Nuts, and that
Is why persons who are run down from
Improper food pick up rapidly on
“My system was run down by exces
sive night work," Writes a N. Y. man,
“in spite of a liberal supply of ordi
“After using Grape-Nuts I noticed
Improvement at once, in strength, and
nerve and brain power.
“This food seemed to lift me up and
stay with me for belter exertion, with
less fatigue. My weight increased 20
lbs. with vigor and comfort in propor
"When traveling I always carry the
food with me to insure having it.”
Name given by Postum Cos., Battle
Creek, Mich. Read "The Road to Well
ville,” in pkgs.
Ever read the above letter? Anew
one appears from time to time. They
are genuine, true, and full of human
Lurks In each one of your finger nails.
Stop scratching!!! Never dare to
scratch any place on your ecalp or
skin. The fact that it Itches constant
ly shows there is something wrong
that no scratching will cure. Scratch
ing only irritates and inflames; per
haps it may poison you, loading to
Lockjaw, Erysipelas or Eczema. Cure
the cause by treatment with LIT
TELL'S LIQUID SULPHUR—stops
Itching instantly and a guaranteed
cure for Eczema, Hives, Erysipelas-
Prickly Heat, Sunburn, Cuts, Burns or
Scalds—any and all diseases of the
skin. A sample bottle sent postpaid
tor 10c in stamps. Rhuma-Sulphur
Company, -107 No. 2nd St., St. Louis, Mo.
Curious Indian Custom.
The following curious custom is re
corded by .1. Owen Dorsey in his
monograph on the sociology of the
"In the spring when tho grass comes
up there is a council or tribal assem
bly held to which a feast is given by
the head of the Hanga geno. After
(hey decide that planting time has
come and at command of the Hanga
man a crier is sent through the vil
lages. He wears a robe with hair out
side and cries as he goes. ‘They do,
Indeed, say that you will dig the
ground! Hallo!’ He carries sacred
corn, which has been shelled and to
each household he gives two or three
grains, which are mixed with tho seed
corn of the household.”
After this it is lawful for the peo
ple to dig up the soil and plant their
SIOO Reward, SIOO.
The readers of this p.iper will bo pleaded to learn
that there Is at leant one dreaded disease that science
has been able to cure In all Its stages, and that U
Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is the only positive
cure now known to the medical fraternity. Catarrh
belli# a constitutional dlse.u . requires a constitu
tional treatment. Hall’s Catarrh Cure la taken In
ternally. acting directly upon the blood and mucous
surfaces of the system, thereby destroying the
foundation of the dlsei.se. and giving the patient
strength by building up tbo constitution and assist
ing nature In doing Its work. The proprietor* have
so much faith In Its curative powers that they offer
One Hundred Dollars for any case that It falls to
cure. Semi for list of testimonials.
Address F. ,1. CHKN'KV & CO., Toledo, O.
Sold by all Druggist.-*. 7"*C.
Take llali'e Family Fills for constipation.
A Matter of Time.
It was the day mf the ball game, and
Willie, tbe office-boy, approached tho
head of the firm, and stammered: “If
y-you p-p-pl-please, sir—”
“Come, hurry up!” said his employ
er. “If you have anything to say, say
it. Don't take half a day."
“Hut that’s just what I was going
to ask you !f I ci.*'.* *-k“”
lie. —Harper’s Weekly.
A Household Necessity.
I would almost as soon think of run
ning my farm without implements as
without Hunt’s Lightning Oil. Of all
the liniments I have ever used, for
both man and beast, it is the quickest
in action and richest in resuits. For
burns and fresh cuts it is absolutely
wonderful. I regard it as a house
hold necessity. Yours truly,
A Willing Tool.
“Since young Jim De Peysfer, who
belongs to one of our best families,
lost his money, he has gone into the
social burglary business.”
“Yes; he chaperons rich parvenus.”
"How is that burglary?”
“He helps them to break into so
ciety with a Jimmy.”
Important to Mothers.
Examine carefully every bottle of
CASTORIA a safe and sure remedy for
Infants and children, and see that it
In I T se For Over 30 Years.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
“Don't you get tired of being re
ferred to as the representative of
"Sure, I do,” answered Ananias. "I’d
rather be something profitable, such
as a malefactor .of great wealth.”—
That Inarticulate Cry.
“Railway employes are cautioned
not to give any information to the cu
rious public, are they not?”
“They must be. Even the brakeman
seems inclined to make you guess at
the names of the stations.” —Washing-
in a Pinch, Use ALLEN'S FOOT-EASE
A powder. It cures painful, smart
ng, nervous feet and ingrowing nails.
It's the greatest comfort discovery of
the age. Makes new shoes easy. A
certain cure for sweating feet. Sold
by all Druggists, 25c. Accept no sulc
i' stitute. Trial package, FREE. Ad
dress A. S. Olmsted, Le Roy, N. Y.
First Boy—l’m going to study
French this summer.
Second Boy—Well, I can speak two
First Boy—What are they?
Second Boy—English and football.
"I have something novel in the way
of a melodrama.”
“State your case.”
"The blacksmith is a rascal, while
the banker is about as honest as the
day is long!”—Exchange.
And if you want business get out
after it and fete it home with you.—
Salt Lake Tribune.
I Pale Delicate Women and Girls 1
I The Old Standard GROVIi, S TASTEEESS CHIEE TONIC, drives out Malaria and builds up the I
I fystem. You know what you are taking. The formula is plainly printed on every bottle, showing- it I
effectual form. For adults and children. 50c. J
“Make* It Go Way."
We simply can’t do without It. We
arc not going to try. When Bobby
stubs or cuts his toe, It's "Ma, where's
the Lightning Oil?” When Lizzie
burns her hand or arm, it’s “Where’s
the Lightning Oil?” When little Dick's
been playing with a bumble bee, it's
“Where’s the Lightning Oil?" The
echo of all our afflictions is "Where's
the Lightning Oil?" It's the balm
that makes the pain go way. Sincerely
yours, P. CASSIDY,
Fortune Teller —You will shortly
meet with an accident.
Victim—How did you know I owned
All That Was Necessary.
Two men were standing in a pic
ture-gallery, commenting on the dif
ferent artists whose work was ex
"What do you think of Claymore’s
‘Portrait of Miss Lawrence?'" asked
“U's a good deal flattered,” said the
“Ah, then you've seen her! Who la
"I haven’t the least idea," was the
crisp response. “Never saw her in
my life—but I know him.” —Youth's
The Huts of the poor, the Halls of the
Arc neither exempt from some form
Perhaps a distinction may be made in
But the rich and the poor must
scratch just the same.
O, why should the children of Adam
An affliction so dreadful, when Hunt's
Cure does cure?
All forms of Itching. Guaranteed.
Museum Attendant—We cannot tell
whether this mammal is one or several
million years old.
Old Gentleman —Hetn. I see. Fe
male of its species, eh?
TO DRIVK OUI in..
AND BUILD UP Tills.
Take tho Old Standard (iKOVK’B TASTKLKBH
CHILL TONIC. You know what you are taking.
The formula Is plainly printed on every bottle,
showing it is simply Quinine and Iron in a tasteless
form, and the most effectual form. For grown
people and children. 60c.
Woman’s power is for rule, not for
battle; and her intellect is not for in
vention or creation, but for sweet
ordering, arrangement and decision.—
Hicks’ Capudine Cures Headache,
Whether from colds, heat, stomach or
nervous troubles. No Acatanilid or dan
gerous drugs. It's liquid and acts Imme
diately. Trial bottle 10c. Regular 25c and
60c ;u all durggists.
Nature Is sometimes kind. Occa
sionally a red-headed man gets bald.
For Any Disease or Injury to
the eye, use PETTIT’S EVE SALVE, ah
:olutely harmless, nets quickly. 25c. All
druggists or Howard Bros., Buffalo, N. Y.
Usually the man who believes In
paying as he goes stays at home.
Mu. Wtmlow'B Soothing Syrup,
For children teething, softens the gums, reduces In
ti itrmtmlloQ, allays pstn, cures wind colic. 21c a bottle.
A dumb waiter out of order is au
Colton buyers, graders wanted. Address
National Cotton College, Atlanta, Ga.
It’s a wise wife who knows her own
/StPC Temperance Beverage
le °nlv satisfactory beverage when you’re
9 Cooling and Crisp as frost.
■J. Relieves fatigue.
Deliciously thirst-quenching., MM
Absolutely wholesome. j^m
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Free Cure for Rheu- parker*s
mat Ism, Bone Pain and beautifies the hair. I
and Eczema j Never Pails to Restore Untyl
Botanic Blood Balm'B. B. Bjcures the worst urcß ■ ca °P UdlSfc
cases of Rheumatism, bone pains, swollen
muscles ami joints, by purifying the blood.
Thousands of cases cured by B. B. B. after
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home treatment. Large sample
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|Mw . w,f^^ng|
Ths.s woman caya Lydia E.
Pinkham’s Vegetable Compound
saved her life. Kead her letter*
Mrs. T. C. Willadsen, of Manning,
lowa, writes to Mrs. Fiukbam;
“ I can truly say that Lydia K. Pink"
ham’s Vegetable Compound saved my
life, and 1 cannot express my gratitude
to you in -words. For years I suffered
with the worst forms of female com
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spending lots of money for medicine
without help. I wrote you for advice,
followed it as directed, and took Lydia
E. Pinkham’s Vegetable Compound and
it has restored mo to perfect health.
Had it not been for you I should have
been in my grave to-day. I wish every
suffering woman would try it.”
FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN.
For thirty years Lydia E. Pink
ham’s Vegetable Compound, mado
from roots and herbs, has been tbo
standard remedy for female ills,
and has positively cured thousands of
women who have been troubled with
displacements, inflammation, ulcera
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periodic pains, backache, that bear
ing-down feeling, flatulency, indiges
tion,dizziness,or nervous prostration.
Why don’t you try it ? ,
Mrs. Pinkham invites all sick
women to write her for advice.
She has guided thousands to
health. Address, Lynn, Mass.
Bit you suffer from Fits, Falling BicknMo or
Spasms, or have Children that do so, my
■M New Discovery and Treatment
F[WB will pive them Immediate relief, and
Ul3 all you are asked to do is to send log
818 a Free Bottle ol Dr. May’s *
Complies with Food and Drugs Act of Congress
June 30th 1906. Complete direction*, alsotoo*
tlmonials of CURES, etc.. FREE by mall.
Express I‘repaid. Giro AGE and (all address
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Fully guaranteed. Any body showing de
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Full leather trimmed. Full leather top,
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couplings. Price of Buggy, SBS. Harness
at wholesale prices.
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121 Lnion At. , Bet. Main and 2d, Memphis, Tena.
In pront variety for sale at the lowest prices by
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