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Tiso's Cure for Consnmptiorc is an infalli
ble medicine for coughs and colds. N. V.
Samuel, Ocean Grove, X. J., Feb. 17, 1900.
In the Suburb.
Coal Dealer Boggs ia pretty alow pay,
Grocer Yea; spotless cash. Judge.
PfeftfOPS IF Fit-la
How Three Women Found Relief.
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While no woman is entirely free from periodical suffering', it does not seem
to rmve br-en the plan of nature that woman should suffer bo severely. Ly.Iia
E. r ' "kliam'8 Vegetable Compound, is the most thorough female regu
lator Known to medical science. It relieves the condition which, produces so
much discomfort and robs menstruation of its terrors.
The three letters here published should encourage every woman who suffers :
Aug. 6, 1898.
Dkab Mrs. Pinkham : I have
Buffered since the age of sixteen with
painful menstruation. I have been
treated for months, and was told that
the womb had fallen a little. The
doctor says that is now in place ngain,
but I rtill have the same pain. Please
tell me what to do." Mrs. Emma
Kueitl, 112 Trautman St., Brooklyn,
E. D., N.Y.
Jan. 19, 1899.
"Dear Mrs. Pinkham: After re
ceiving your reply to my letter of
Aug. G I followed your kind advice,
and am glad to tell you that I have
been cured of the severe pain at time
of menstruation through the use of
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com
pound. I have taken six bottles of
it, felt better after the first bottle,
and after a while had no more pain
or womb trouble.
"I had doctored from the age of six
teen to twenty-six, and had lost fill
hope, but your medicine has made
" I would like to have you use my
testimonial, so that others may see,
and be inspired with hope, and take
your medicine." Mrs. Emma Kueiil,
112 Trautman St., Brooklyn, E. D..X.Y.
Feb. 20, 1900.
" I saw your medicine so highly
recommended I thought 1 would write
to 3'ou for advice.
" My menstruation occurs every two
weeks, lasts a week, and is painful. I
have been troubled in this way for
some time. I suffer from sick head
ache and backache all the time, appe-
If there is anything about your case about which you would like special
advice, write freely to Mrs. Pinkham. No man will see your letter. She can
surely help you, for no person in America has such a wide experience in treat
ing female ills as she lias had. She has helped hundreds of thousands of
women back to health. Her address is Lynn, Mass., and her advice is free.
You are very foolish if you do not accept her kind invitation.
RKWART). We bare deposited with tho National City Bank of Lynn, .r,000,
which will bo paid to any person who can find that tho above testimonial letters
are not genuine, or were published before obtaining the writer's special per
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Wedlock often turns out to be a padlock.
Chicago Daily News.
Riches can buy a man a whole lot of
trouble Los Angeles Herald.
Any act is meritorious that is not a misfit.
-Chicago Daily News.
tite poor, sick at
thing I eat hurts
me, am very weak,
thin, and sallow.
" 1 have tried a
doctor, but he did
not seem to do me
any good." Miss
319 So. 4th St.,
April 23, 1900.
"Since receiving your answer to
my letter I have been taking your
Vegetable Compound, and it has done
me more good than any medicine I
have ever taken. My menses are all
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WITHIN THE REACH
A FAMOUS OLD HOUSE.
The house of "Walter Baker & Co.,
whose manufactures of cocoa and
chocolate have become familiar in the
mouth as household words, was es
tablished one hundred and twenty
one years ago (17S0) on the Xepon
set Iiiver in the old town of Dorches
ter, a suburb of Boston. From the
little wooden mill, "by the rude
bridge that arched the flood," where
the enterprise was first started, there
has grown up the largest industrial
establishment of the kind in the
world. It might be said that, while
other manufacturers come and go,
Walter Baker & Co. go on forever.
"What is the secret of their great
success? It is a very simple one.
They have won and held the confi
dence of the great and constantly in
creasing body of consumers by al
ways maintaining the highest stand
ard in the quality of their cocoa and
chocolate preparations, and selling
them at the lowest price for which
unadulterated articles of good qual
ity can be put upon the market. They
welcomehonest competition; but they
feel justified in denouncing in the
strongest terms the fraudulent meth
ods by which inferior preparations
are palmed off on customers who ask
for and suppose they are getting the
genuine articles. The best grocers
refuse to handle such goods, not alone
for the reason that, in the long run,
it doesn't pay to do it, but because
their sense of fair dealing will not
permit them to aid in the sale of
goods that defraud their customers
and injure honest manufacturers.
Every package of the goods made
by the Walter Baker Company bears
the well-known trade-mark "La Belle
Chocolatiere," and their place of man
ufacture "Dorchester, Mass." House
keepers are advised to examine their
purchases, and make sure that other
goods have not been substituted.
An attractive little book of "Choice
Recipes" will be mailed free to any
housekeeper who sends her name and
address to Walter Baker & Co., Ltd.,
158 State Street, Boston, Mass.
A Ilnril Task.
Johnny Wise Paw?
Mr. Wise Well, my eon.
"Xonh had two of every being on the
ark. didn't he?"
"Yes. my son."
"Well, paw, it must have kept him busy
herding the microbes." Baltimore Amer
ican. How'h Till f
We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward
for any case of Catarrh that cannot be
cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
F. J. Cheney & Co., Props., Toledo, O.
We, the undersigned, have known F. J,
Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe him
perfectly honorable in all business transac
tions and financially able to carry out any
obligations made by their firm.
West & Truax, Wholesale Druggists, To
Walding, Kin nan & Marvin, Wholesale
Druggists, Toledo, O.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally,
acting directly upon the blood and mucous
surfaces of the system. Price 75c. per bot
tle. Sold by all Druggists. Testimonials
Hall's Family Pills are the best.
Mrs. Flathush Mrs. Daubchina is so
artistic! Whenever she refers to art it ia
always with a big A.
Flathush Well, her husband differs from
her. He generally refers to art with a big
D . Brooklyn Kagle.
Yon Can Gt Allen's Foot-Kane FREE.
Write to-day to Allen S. Olmsted, Leroy,
X. Y., for a FREE sample of Allen's Foot
Ease, a powder to shake into your shoes. It
cures chilblains, sweating, damp, swollen,
aching feet. It makes New or tight shoes
easy. A certain cure for Corns and Bun
ions. All druggists and shoe stores sell it. 25c.
Some skeptics are like the near-sighted
man who skates right up to the danger
sign to see what it says. Detroit Journal.
Private Mailing: Card.
Private Mailing Card with colored views
of scenery on the Chicago, Milwaukee & St.
Paul lvailway, sent on receipt of ten (10)
cents in stamps. Address F. A. Miller,
General Passenger Agent, Chicago, 111.
If people regard you as their very best
friend, they abuse their kin to you; there
is no other proof. Atchison Globe.
Have you ever experienced the joyful sen
sation or a good appetite? You will if you
chew Adams' Pepsin Tutti Frutti.
In the waltz every girl can claim to be a
daughter of the revolution. Philadelphia
Like Oil Upon Troubled Waters is Ilale'B
Honey of Horehound and Tar upon a cold.
Pike's Toothache Drops Cure in one minute.
Hunger is sure to come to those who sit
down and wait. Chicago Daily Newi.
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"IT PAYS YOU TO BUY LION COFFEE."
We'd like to give housewives a few reasons why
It pays them to buy LION COFFEE,
Tis a brand upon which they can always rely.
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It gives satisfaction the whole country through.
It is NOT glazed or colored, has natural hue
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You can get Silver Spoons, Thimbles, Scissors or
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WOOLSON SPICE CO., TOLEDO, OHIO.
ECONOMY BAG HOLDER.
tdjantnltle toA n y Size of Sack mnd
Can Be I'ned Readily l- One
or Two Perilous.
This bag- holder was designed by me
and it h;is been of great utility at our
farm as it can be used alone or two
persons can use it, one filling the sacks
and the other tying- them up. To make
it take a 2x4 board and saw it in two
pieces 24 inches long; then take a
piece 2x6 and saw it 26 inches long".
After this take a piece eight inches
wide and six feet long and saw it in
three pieces each two feet long. Xow
nail these three boards on these other
pieces which were 2x4x24 and nail the
2xGx26 between the other pieces. Take
another 2x4 board and saw it two feet
long and set this studding with one
end on the part of the 2x6x26 that
sticks out from tinder the 2x2 foot
platforjn, and nail it securely. Then
HANDY BAG HOLDER,
put on a brace, which is made from
three-eight h-inch round iron, and
fasten this about ten inches up on the
2x4. which is simply nailed and
fastened to 1he other end of the brace
on the platform. Then take another
2x4 and two feet long and to one end
of this piece nail a 2x4x8 in the form
of an L and in this piece make a long
hole, and aiso a like hole in the piece
that was fastened to the little plat
form. Take two holts n bout inches
long and have the blacksmith make a
nut which will he turned easily by the
fingers. Xow make the funnel of ten
inch boards and fasten this funnel to
the Tj-shaped studding and then secure
two braces made of three-quarter-inch
flat iron and fasten it firmly. (Jet four
good hooks made of heavy galvanized
wire. This bag holder is made adjust
able to any size sack as the nuts can
be loosened and the funnel or. hopper
may be raised or lowered according to
the length of the sack. Carl Thiege, in
Agricultural Kpit omist.
TEMPERING THE CREAM.
If n Puzzling; Tnxk n nl ReqnireM the
EitTfine of ('onsiilrrable Cure
In tempering the; cream for churn
ing we mu -;f be governed largely by
the condition of the cream to be
churned, and this knowledge must
be gained by the one who is making
the butter. The rules laid down for
tempering cream will not hold good
in all cases. The buttermilk should
be tested so as to learn the per cent,
oi fat remaining, and if it is found
that there is a loss of butter in this
way, the temperature of the cream
should be changed until the degree
is found that leaves the least butter
fat in the buttermilk. This knowl
edge is best gained when the work is
done, as the cream from different
creameries and dairies may vary con
siderably and churn best at difftient
Mistakes are often made in getting
the desired temperature of cream,
both in warming up and cooling
down, from the fact that the thin
or watery part is affected by heat and
cold very quickly, while on the con
trary, the globules or fat in the
cream are not so sensitive to the
different degrees of temperature. It
is not infrequent that the temper
ature is changed from five to eight
degrees while the butter globules are
absorbing the heat or cold. Cream
may be cooled very rapidly to the
required temperature, yet the but
ter will come soft, which clearly
demonstrates that the globules were
not thoroughly cooled before the
churning commenced. So to be on
the safe side it is well to make some
allowance when we temper the
cream. V. M. Conch, in Ohio Farmer.
' 'Wash the Cnwn in Snmmer.
Cows should sometimes be washed,
even in the summvr time. The hair
protected skin of the cow is a good
lodging place for fungoid germs and
ferments of all kinds. The cows
wade through stagnant water filled
with countless myriads of bacteria,
or stand in deep mud equally pol
luted. They return to the stable or
milking yards and the bacteria re
main on them and fall in invisible
showers into the milk as it is drawn.
Then we hear about ropy milk, or
milk having a rank flavor. It could
have been prevented had care been
exercised in cleaning the cows. When
cows give evidence of having been in
such places they should be thorough
ly washed. Farmers' Review.
The Selection of Melons.
Seedsmen who recommend melons
call attention to the shipping qual
ities of the varieties. For home use
there is no melon that can compare
with the Kleckley, while the Emerald
Gem is the best of the canteloupes,
though neither variety will ship to
market satisfactorily. One of the
best to follow the Emerald Gem for
a later kind is the old Hackensack,
both being planted at the same time.
These varieties cannot be excelled
for quality. Troy (N. Y.) Times.
Blmldj- Roada Stop Traffic.
Traffic by road is practically at a
standstill in the vicinity of Fort
Dodge, Ia., on account of the mud.
The farmers are unable to get into
the city, and butter,, eggs and pota
toes are almost unobtainable. The
roads for miles every way from Fort
Dodge are dotted with abandoned
btiggies which are stuck in the mud
and will be left by their owners un
til better weather sets in-
A GIFTED AND BEAUTIFUL GIRL
Threatened With Nervous Prostration,
PROMPTLY SAVED BY PE-RU-NA.
MISS KOSE CCLLEN,
Miss Rose Cullen, President Young Woman's Club, of Butte, Mont., writes
from 921 Galena street, as follows :
" Peruna has many friends in Butte. I c&nnot say too much in
praise of it. While finishing school I became very nervous and
exhausted from over-study. I was weak and sick, and could neither
eat, sleep, nor enjoy life. A couple of bottles of Peruna put new life
in me. I find that having It in the house and taking a dose off and
on keeps me in fine health.
A large number of my friends place Peruna at the head of all
medicines. " Miss Rose Cullen.
How Prmna Quickly Cnrra Kaeltache,
the Uane of Womankind.
MRS. G. W. HEARD, Hempstead,
"We have moved recently, and
I must have lifted so-mething that was
too heavy for rne in straightening
things up, for I had such a backache
and could hardly stand on my feet ait
all. Beside, I was so tired all the time.
My face was spotted and I was very
thin. I took one bottle of Peruna and
was soon real well. When I feel tired
and all run down I take Peruna and
feel all right before I finish one bot
tle. I know it is a wonderful medicine,
and both myself and husband praise
"There has been a great deal of sick
ness through this part of the country,
but, thanks to Peruna, which we use
freely, our own family has escaped
with almost no sickness at all.
"Could you but see our baby Ruby
(to whom we gave Peruna for bowel
trouble), you would see from her
robust looks that you need no better
advertisement in this little town. She
is so fat and rosy, is nearly five years
old now, and is a great believer in
Peruna." Mrs. G. Y. Heard.
Given Up to Die All Poctora Fallrd-It
Proved to be Catarrh of stomach
and lVu Cared by lVruua.
W. A. Mitchell, dealer in general
merchandise, of Martin, Ga., writes:
"I wrote you some time ago con
cerning my wife's case. She had tried
all of the best doctors, and we got to
where we thought all they did was
This is the
PRICE, 25 c.
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OF BUTTE, MOST.
against her. She weighed about 100
pounds when? she was in good health.
When she commenced with our family
physician in April, 1898, she weighed
about 130, but kept going down all the
time. She went to Atlanta, Ga., and
ook treatment, but it did her no good.
Then she went to Harmony Grove, Ga.,
and took treatment from the best
physician there for three months.
She kept going down under his treat
ment, although he was considered the
best physician in the county. She
went down from 130 pounds to 68, and
we saw she could not live long. She
was a skeleton. We consulted an old
physician who told her to use Peruna.
She gradually improved and got
stronger. She has gained 38 pounds
since she has taken Peruna, and is
gaining every day, and does her own
"She was well known -when she was
so low, and now everybody wants to
know what cured her. She had in
digestion and catarrh of the stomach.
It is as good for children as for grown
people. We haven't had to have a doc
tor for one of our children since 1S9S."
W. A. Mitchell.
If you do not derive prompt and sat
isfactory results from the use of
Peruna, write at once to Dr. Hartman,
giving a full statement of your case
and he will be pleased to give you his
valuable advice gratis.
Address Dr. Hartman, President of
The Hartman Sanitarium, Columbus,
to the Southwest.
May 29th and 30th, 1901.
Your wish to visit Arkansas, Louisiana, Texas,
Indian Territory or Oklahoma at a small cost,
can now be realized.
All roads will make low
federate Veterans' Reunion, May Z7tn to 3Uth. lhe V l
limit on the tickets (June
your visit into the Southwest.
That you may do so cheaply, the Cotton Belt will sell special
low-rate tickets (stop-overs allowed) from Memphis to Ar
kansas, Louisiana, Texas, Indian Territory and Oklahoma on
May 29th and 30th return limit three weeks.
Such an opportunity is not likely to occur again in years.
I st OT-e for fr aopiea of
mti . k ba.,iv.mi - anri
gay when yon want to go and we will tell too That your beast
Will eoat and will Mad you a complete ached ale for the trip.
V. C. PEELER, D. P. A., WemPhi$, Teen.
W. C ADAMS, T. P. A., Nashville, Tenu.
F. L WlfATT, T. P. A., Cincinnati, Ohii.
M. ADA.MI, T. P. A., Cairo, III.
E. W. IiBEAIME. C. P. and T. A., St. Louis, Ms.
11 lETH H m. u A . ,, -TT S.
A gentleman who hadbtea intrenched
behind newspaper in a crowded car hap
pened to look out of the tail of hi era and
to see a lady standing whom ha knew.
He rose and was about to offer tha lady
his seat when a colored man, who though!
he was vacating his seat, slipped into it.
"Look here," said the riser, "I was going
to eive that seat to this lady. '
The colored man instantly arose with
"Suttinly, sah," he said, "I'm something
of a lady's man myself, sah."
And the lady was bowed into her seat
amid smiles all around. Pittsburgh Chronicle-Telegraph.
A Welcome Tlaltor.
"Sarah, what you wake me up so airly
fer?" asked the irate husband, sitting up ia
bed and rubbing his eyes.
"I wake you up," replied his wife, "kaze
dey is a big kingsnake quoiled up at yo'
"I'm stay dar!" said the husbsnd, ad
dressing himself to sleep again. "Dey ain't
no harm in him: hell keep all de rnttle
snakes f um me!" Atlanta Constitution.
An Vnsrratefnl World.
This is an ungrateful world. It not infre
quently happens that the man who laughs
the loudest at the mother-in-law jokes at
the vaudeville show is the man who lives at
the expense of hia wife's mother, and de
pends upon her to supervise the cooking,
perhaps to do it. Boston Transcript.
Every cotton planter should
write for ourvaluable illustrated
pamphlet, "Cotton Culture."
It is sent free.
Send name and address to
GERMAN KALI WORKS, 93 Nassau St, N. T.
With Tin to sell our Poultry Mixture; straight
salary 15. per wecK and expenses; year a
contract; weekly pay. AddrvKB with stamp
KLKEKA MFG. CO.. Dept. &, East bt Loula. IU.
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BUOULO INSIST UPON HAVING
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rich land as well as poor
land. Write for "Book
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