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CATARRIH OF LUNGS.
!A Prominent Chicago Lady Cured
Miss Maggie Welch, Secretary of the
y Roes Educational and Benevolent
ty, writes from 328 North State street,
Cio, Il the following glowing words
10oo0 gsn Peruna:
e't ll I caught the most severe cold
11 ever had in my life. I coughed night and
asy, and my luns and throat becnme so
sore that I was in great distress. All cough
Miss Maggle Welch.
rsmedies nauseated me and nothing af
forded me relief until my doctor said
rather in a joke, '! nues Peruna is the
only medicine that will cure You.'
"I told him that I would certainly try
it, and immediately sent for a bottle. 1
fopnd that relief came the first day, and as
I kept taking it faithfully the cough grad
ually diminished and the soreness left me.
It is tine."--Maggie Welch,
Address the Peruna Medicine Co.. Co
lumbus, Ohio, for free literature on catarrh.
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-r. bsdinticaUenI rany tnues. tamIog shree
Lingulatology is tin;u most recent m
craze in Paris. If one prefers to tli
call It gloesomancy, wel and good. ta
reading and it threatens to compete
with palmistry. A big tongue, it th
eems, indicates trankness; a short
tongue, dissImilation; a long tongue,
garrulty and generosity; a narrow.
tongue, concentratibn and talent: a
short, broad tongue, garrulity and un
truth. The man with a very short
and narrow tongue is a liar of true
Educated Egyptian'-"You have no
wondertul hieroglyphics in your coun
try, sir; no mysterious inscriptions.,
no undecipherable times of an ancient
ltteratu~e whose secrets the wise men
of the world have tried for ages to
discover, and of which they are still
as unenlightened concerning the
meaning as ever they were."
,ourist--"No; we haven't any of
those things; but"-brightening up
"we've got our railway time tables.
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TELL THE AOVER :ISER rou sw.. ns ArnuR
wasrsar xx ras PrATn v-m-u-49 1902
DEBTS OF THE NATIONS.
Enormous Burden Borne by Peoples
Sof the World.
The Matin (Parts) says: In 1801 the
he world's dett amounted to $,000,000,
,ut 930; in 1848, after the Napoleonic wars
et, it was $8,400,0,0000000; in 1901, $81,800,
000,000. It increased within the last
)Id =entury by $28,800,000,000; but where
ad as during the first part of this century,
3 notwithstanding the gigantic wars
which then unsettled part of the world
it increased but at the ratio of 3 to 1,
the increase during the second part
was at the ratio of 10 to L
Toward this increase each nation
has contributed with all its power.
Only two nations preserved their cool
blood, Great Britain and the United
States, both of whom reduced their
The Austrian debt, which in 1850
was but $600,000,000, reaches at pres
ent $1i,700,000,000; the debt of Ger
many has grown from $116,000,000 in
1870 to $559,000,000; that of Italy,
which in 1869 was $1,400,000,000, is
now $2,583,000,000; the debt of Rus
sia, which Lu 1853 was $400,000,000,
exceeded in 1900 $3.000,000,000. France
is easily winner in this contest, her
debt, which in 1852 was lttle over
$- 1,000,000,000, amounts to-day to about
e $5,300,000,000, or almost six times the
amount in the former year, constitut
ing almost one-fifth of the total
It is known to mos' craftsmen that
not only their own muscles, but the
o tools with which they work are some
times seized with something like
"cramp." Old violins, for instance,
at times, take fits of refusing to give
out the mellow sounds which are
their wont, even though played upon
by a Joachim or Sarasate; and then
scrape he never so cunningly, the in
strument will emit nothing but die
cordr.t squeaks. At such times the
violik is said to have caught cold, and
probably some temporary molecular
derangement has affected It Edged
too~p also at intervals refuse to obey
the behests of the most skilful crafts,
men. The tool is then said to be
"tired," and has to be laid by for a
while, when it recovers its tone. Even
huge machines like railway locomo
tives are known to go on "strike,"
Just as do human railway servants;
and experienced drivers know that at
these times the locomotive cannot be
compelled to work, although examina
tion may show that it has not a
crank or screw loose, a rod or rivet
out of place. Machinery is thus as
liable as its drivers to get out of
order, and sometimes in the most
unaccountable and mysterious fash
The wise man knows more than he
tells, and the focl tells more than he
There is more Catarrh in this seotion of the
country than all other diseases put together,
and until the last few years was supposed to
be incurable. For a great-many years doctors
pronounced it a local disease and prescribed
local remedies, and by onastantly failing to
ure with local treatment, pronounced it in- .
curable. ScBence has proven Catarrh to be a it
constitutional disease and thereforerequires 1
constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh
Cure. manufactured by P. J. Cheney & Co.,
Toledo, O., is the only constitutional ourn on W
the market. It is taken internally in doss w
from 10drops to a teaspoontal. It acts direct- i
ly on the blood and maoans surfaces of the
system.- -They offer one hundred dollars for al
any case it fails to ure. Bend for cireulas qi
and testimonials. Address F. J. Case-a &tb
Co., Toled, O.
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FIT8oermnanenatl ered.No Sts or nervos
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All creameries use butter color. Why w
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Riches may take unto themselves wings,
but they also get there with both feet.
l'iso'sCare is the beet mdcotine we ever used
for all affeoLtions of throat and lunge.--W.,
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The man who realises his own power is
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"One of my daughters had a the
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lief. We then tried Ayer's Cherry
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Entaminger, Langsville. O. rel
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.. ripýOJS Its component parts are all wholesome.
1 It acts gently without unpleasant after-effects.
SIt is wholly free from objectionable substmaces.
S aIt contains the laxative principles of plants.
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It is good for children. the orginality and simplicity of the combination.
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re Why She Wept.
a When the Juneweds' motor ear
. rounded the curve in the lane, almost
a in the midst of a gypsy camp little
SMrs. Junewed declared she must have
their fortune told. "I'll slip off my
on wedding ring," she urged, "and that
as will confuse them so that I can tell
if they really know." So Mrs. J. dis
r appeared into the tent of the gypsy
Us queen, while her husband held tightly
the tiny gold band that he had so
lately 'placed on her finger. After
a long time she came back on the
"Drive me away, quick!" she
sobbed. "Oh, the horrid thing!" And
she burrowed her head in his ehoul- t
der. "Oh! she t-told me I saould be f
married t-twice!" I
He soothed her. "Maybe it might J
be Charlie Luzu," he said cheerily. i
"You know he is richer than I, and a
a was in love with you before I saw t
She shook her curls and sobbed
"It isn't that," she wailed. "1
ty wouldn't mind being m-married
r- ag-again, especially to Ch-Chari:eo
If only you h-hadn't got to diel"
Story orT the Coronation.
d It has Just ccme to light that the
stockings of a hotel chambermaid fig
ured in the pomp i-cident to King Ed
ward's ccronation. They were worn
by the mayor of a seaport town, who.
on robing for the historic ceremony,
found that he had not brought long
* stockings with him. All the stores were
closed and so he could not purchase
- a pair. A chambermaid heard of the
mayor's embarrassment and blushing
ly offered to furnish the necessary
hosiery. Her offer was gladly accept
od, and his worship looked as brave
as the rest of them in the borrowed
Great-Grandnephew of Washington.
George Washington, a great-grand
nephew of the immortal president,
was a witness in a New York city
court a few days ago. His great- fa
grandfather, William Washington, was do
the general's brother, but being a Tory tl
left this country for England during P
the war of the revolution. Later he O2
settled in Belgium. The twentieth
century George does not care for the to
reflected glory that comes with his
name, though no one has greater ven- w
eration than he for the man who was te
nrst in the hearts of his countrymen. w
London's Newest Fad. n
London is trying to butt Paris out of fo
the ring in the matter of fade. Ac- m
cording to a London disipatch to a ns
Chicago newspaper, the newest fad in ha
London is the carrying of "lucky S0
boxes" made in the style worn by the us
Pharaohs of ancient Egypt Each box Cc
is made of ebony, and is about the
size of an ordinary draughtsman's at
case. There is a trick opening inside,
which contains an Egy-ptian eye. The i
wearers of these lucky boxes are sup- A
posed to be free from all disasters. Its
and to prosper in affairs of love and fu
Game Rooster Rides Aloft
The resources of the milliner seem
to be inexhaustible. The game rooster
hat is the latest thing to make Its
appearance on the street It is a safe
guess (for no man would dare to in
quire into these things) that the
rooster hat comes from Paris. The
head of the bird, looking exceedingly
saucy and very much alive, protrudes
from a sort of turban dingus, the
whole creating the impression of a
live rooster jammed into a fancy wed
Unique Gift to Library.
A lady recently offered the New
York Public Library a remarkable
gift. It consists of 1,000 menus. each
from a different hotel or restaurant.
Some are from Hungary, China,
Japan and Russia. The donor stipu
lates that the menus are to be kept
sealed until 1950, as it is her desire
that the coming generations may sce
Another club woman, Mrs.
Haule, of Edgerton, Wis., tells
how she was cured of irregulari
ties and uterine trouble, terrible
pains and backache by Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.
"A while ago my health began to
fail because of female troublos. The
doctor did not help me. I remembered
that my mother had used Lydia E.
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on many occasions for irregularities
and uterine troubles, and I felt sure
that it could not harm me at any mate
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were beginning to cease, and at the
time of menstruation I did not have
nearly as serious a time as hereto
fore, so I continued its use for two
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Compond."-Mas. MAr HA~UL, Ed
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Women should remember there
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fuse to buy any other meuicine,
you need the best. - -
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