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Rajre is essentially vulgar, and nwritiore
wilffur than when it proceeds from mortified
prine, disappointed ambition and thwarted
MISS LAURA HOWARD,
President South End Ladies'
Golf Club, Chicago, Cured by
lyd i a E. Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound After the Best Doc
tors llad Failed To Help Her.
" Dear Mrs. Pintkham : I can thank
Jrou for perfect health to-day. Life
ooked so dark to me a year or two
ago. I had constant pains, my limbs
swelled, 1 had dizzy spells, and never
MISS LAURA. HOWARD, CHICAGO,
knew one day how I would feel the
next. I was nervous and had no ap
petite, neither could I sleep soundly
nights. Xiydia E. Pinltham's Veg
etable Compound, used in con
junction with your Sanative Wash, did
more for me than all the medicines
and the skill of the doctors. For eight
months I have enjoyed perfect health.
I verily believe that most of the doc
tors are guessing and experimenting
when they try to cure a woman with
an assortment of complications, such as
mine ; but you do not guess. How I
wish all suffering women could only
know of your remedy ; there would be
less suffering I know." Lattba How
ard 113 Newberry Ave., Chidago, 111.
$6000 forfait If above testimonial Is not genuine.
Mrs. PLnkliam invites all wo
men who are ill to write her for
advice. Address Iiyiin, Mass
giving full particulars.
Little Liver Pills.
Must Bear Signature of
5e Fac5lmI!o Wrapper Below.
Terr all and a easy
to take as ragas.
FOR TORPID LIVER.
FOR SALLOW SKIfV
FOR THE COMPLEXION
M c&rtj I Purely TefrefcOuevsw
CURE SICK HEADACHE.
D f I 1 Rl WHISKY and other dm
J f I J iva habits cured. We want the
worst cases. Book aud references Fit EE. Dri
ft M. WOOLLl, Box 3, Atlanta. .
XooUlhi Powder 25
Sotodoat Iicrcll 23 o. Isvrg Xlqull and Powder 75o
At all stores or by mail. Sample of the liquid for the postage, 3c
HALL C2b RUCKEL, NewYorH.
tha remitAtfnnof V. I
k..hna for stvle. comfort
All oilier ruaxes soia at
ceiieal reputation oas
w.iDoniziuuioeB n&Te to mTC Dei-
the tett .1.03 and tS.iO
tained. The standard
o httrh that th wearer receives more valur
for his moncT in the
'TWicrl ak m.kM and nells mora
any other two manaf actnrers tn the world. Krt Color
Kvelrtn u-I. W. L. DoazlaoSS aa SS.60 jho tr. mad
of ih. hiek crad. l.alhrs
ar JaU aa g4 la .Try way.
Sold bv C3 Dovolat
heavy, nedjom, or light soles.
V. I.. Douglas, Brockton, Mass.
i CARTRIDGES IN
from .22 to .50 loaded with either
always give entire satisfaction. They are made and loaded in a
modern manner, by exact machinery operated by skilled experts.
THEY SHQQT WHERE YOU HOLD
STARTLING FACTS ABOUT
As a good deal has recently ap
peared in print regarding the con
sumption of sugar, and as the im
portance of this article as a food, in
which every individual is concerned,
is apparently not sufficiently under
stood, the following fact3 and figures
furnished to us by the well-known
sugar statisticians, Messrs. Willett
and Gray (91 Wall street, New York),
who are the publishers of the weekly
Statistical Sugar Trade Journal,
must neeessarily be of great inter
est to all our readers:
Total consumption, TJ. S.,
1900 (Willett and Gray).. 2.219.M7
Add 6.34 per cent., average
annual Increase In con
sumption last 19 years... 140,738
Consumption for 1901...2.360.&E3
Of which: Tons.
Hawaii (free) pro
duces 35a ooo
Porto Rico (free)
produces 150,000 1.000,000
Paying duty at an aver
age of say $36 per ton..
(Equivalent to J40 per
ton in Granulated.)
(Price increased because
of tariff, $36 per ton,)
Total consumption, 2,-
360,555 tons $36 i
Additional, people taxed
annually and pay to
provide- the 49 millions
To Louisiana planters on 850,000
tons at $36 per ton $12,600,WQ
To domestic beet planters on ISO,
000 tons at $36 per ton
To Hawaii planters on 350,000 tons
at $36 per ton
To Porto Rico planters on 150,000
tons at 3b per ton
Remove duty and the whole $84,
981,060 accrues to the public. On
October 8, the quotation for Cuba
Centrifugal sugar, 96 per cent, test,
free on board Cuba, was 1.96 cents
per pound, and the duty on same
amounted to 1.685 cents per pound,
which is equivalent to 86 per cent,
(Signed) "WILLETT & GRAY,
91 "Wall street. New York.
Saved the Little Bottles.
"I have a patient who is wonderfully con
siderate of my interests," said a prominent
physician, lately. A few weeks ago ha had
malaria, and I prescribed quinine for him,
giving him four-grain capsules, so that he
might take the drug without discomfort.
' He came out of his attack, and a few
days later called to Eee me at my office.
Judge of my surprise when he exhibited
the empty capsules and said: 'Doctor, I
thought you might like the little bottles, so
I saved them and brought them back.' He
had emptied each four-gram dose of the
bitter powder, and then ess-ayed the rather
hopeless task of washing it down with wa
ter. I couldn't do otherwise than to tak
the 'little bottles from him without a word,
nd next time I'll five him quinine in an
other form." Philadelphia Public Ledger.
Courage is a plant that cannot be de
stroyed by plucking it up. Chicago Daily
Best for the Bowels.
No matter what ails you, headache to a
cancer, you will never get well until your
bowels are put right. Cascareta help-nature,
cure you without a gripe or pain, produce
easy, natural movements, cost you just 10
cents to start getting your health back.
Cascarets Candy Cathartic, the genuine, put
up in metal boxes, every tablet has C. C. C.
stamped on it. Beware of imitations.
At considerable length the superintendent
of the Sunday fc'nool had set forth the cul
pability of the sluggard, who, he said, need
ed only the spur of a worthy motive to be
come a useful member of society. "Now,
then, boys," he asked, in a more animated
manner, "what is the matter with the slug
gard?" "He's all right." yelled the boys, ia
chorus. Montreal Star.
Two fools' heads are worse than one.
for Bad Teeth
for Good TeetSi
Douglas $4 Gilt Edga lineW
be Equaled at Any Price.
and wear has excelled
tuem prices. 1 ms
weu wuu vj merit auuu
than other S3. CO and
frir shop aJii
because hta reputation for
Bt JCr- nx. x M mm
shoes must be main
has always been placed
W. L. Donslas &UX and
y trixt ..1 sjOTtirA VV I '
3.00 and S3.5 shoes thai
stt4 la Si aa4 SS ahou, a.4
s fores tn American eiHa lellina direct from factory
1 Vr:?if kl
o wearer ai oneprqjn , ana ine or 31 snoe aeaters cvervwnere.
.ooa .stIbc W. 1. ! with uai
prica staiap4 cm blom. bhoes sent any
wnero on reeipt 01 pnre ana 3c nacu
tlonal for carriage. Take meaoare-
of foot as shown; otata stjle
aesireu ; sizi, nini wmia
TitiiiAlW worn : r lain or can
Black or Smokeless Powder
imiivn iftr r-r nrrt
ALKAiO fUfi iilSJi
f i-,: i
DIGNITY OF FARMING.
1st All the World There la So Ifobler
or Slore Learned Calling Titan
That of Agriculture.
Within recent vears it has come to
be acknowledged that the vocation of
the farmer isthe most dignified of all
the sciences and as an art it is ex
celled only by those of painting and
architecture. In its hisrhest icrms li
is the most learned of all professions.
A knowledge of geology and cnemis
try and their relations to the soils
lies at the very foundation ot scien
tific asrricultune. The problems that
arise from the complex nature of the
soils and their origin require ine
best thought of the best minds to
solve. More educated young men
should be farmers. Agriculture opens
a wide field leading to influence and
power, one, too, that is not filled to
repletion. It holds forth the most
splendid promises to young men of
ambition. It is filled with liberaliz
ing tendencies, a noble conservation
and the most healthful and invigorat
ing influences. The day is not far
distant when agriculture will attract
men of the" largest capacity and the
highest executive ability, and be re
garded as the greatest of all the pro
fessions. Let anyone who is familiar
with what agriculture was a hundred
years ago compare its condition
then with what it is to-day and he
v-ill search in vain for the same pro
portionate elevation and progress
among its followers in any other
branch of human industry. Many of,
those engaged in agriculture now are
men of high elevation and broad
reading. Many of them have exten
sive and valuable libraries and take
numerous journals devoted to their
business. Agriculture moves along in
its own quiet, dignified, but irresisti
ble way. It has no booms, so to
speak, bu it gathers strength with
each decade and with every accession
of knowledge, and will forever be the
most important branch of human in
dustry and the greatest necessity for
the human race.
If the young men who are measur
ing tape and laces would surrender
their work to the young girls who
are seeking, employment and turn
their attention to the pursuits of ag
riculture there would be less misery
and more contentment in the land;
there would be more independence
and less servility; more men and few
er creatures; more happy wives with
comfortable homes, healthful chil
dren and cheerful tempers. A woman
surrounded by all the active agencies
of a well-kept farm and living in a
beautiful country home "with foun
dations and flowers and sweet ever
greens," has those environments that
develop the sweetest graces and high
est impulses of her nature and make
her virtues shine resplendent above
the world of frivolity and fashion. She
becomes a true woman, the happiest
of wives and the best of mothers.
Such a home and such a wife realize
our highest ideals of human happi
ness. It is a home where intelli
gence reigns and ennobles work and
work crowns intelligence with honor
A 3'oung man who is in search of an
easy place, with no responsibility,
wili never be a master and will never
control others. He who selects a vo
cation because it is easy is already ef
feminate. Southern Tarm Magazine.
A Convenient and Safe Arrangement
for Crosningr Harrier Like
A wire fence always presents to
those who undersand the "power"
of its barbs a formidable appearance,
and, in truth, is an unpleasant affair
to cross, either by climbing over ot
crawling under, or between the
strands. Happily, however, the ae-
companying illustration shows a con
venient and safe arrangement where
by such barriers may be crossed es
often as desired, and that without
any tension on the wires being lost
by cutting a gateway.
It is simply a double stepladder,
and can be constructed by anyone
at all handy with tools in a short
time, the railing consisting of gas
pipe, the lower ends of which should
be deeply inserted into the ground.
Where a wire fence has to be crossed
frequently in some out-of-the-way
locality this device is of great, value.
Frederick O. Sibley, In N. Y. Trib
une. Rnsslan Cattle for EnRland.
The Kusstans are now talking of in
vading England with their cattle. A
commission from the Russian Agri
cultural society will visit England
soon to pave the way for this class of
business. Our shippers need not be
worried about Russian competition in
the live stock field. Russia has com
paratively few cattle to spare, and
they are not of a class that will meas
ure favorably with ours in quality.
The English people have accepted our
cattle as good if not superior to their
own and no other country can fill the
bill. However, we should Hot stop at
this, but strive to make them better.
There is still room for improvement.
Limestone as Fertilizer.
In order to grow big corn, or other
great crops, one needs to have land of
large productive capacity. Limestone
soil is well known to be the strongest.
most productive soil. The disintegrat
ing particles of our limestone are a
continual source of enrichment to the
soil. If we had mills of a construction
and a capacity sufficient to crush and
grind down to a meal our rich Time
rocks, and should spread this - rock
meal over any rundown land, there
would be no limit to its p-'oducing
power. No fertilizer ever produced
could nearly equal in value limestone
meal. T. D. Hubbard, in Farm and
Who ever heard of ad-ulterated
Jroit? Why ncj$ gat Qre pn$ i
The Tfew Klre Het
Recently adopted by one of the tnetroprjll
tan fire departments has proven a wonder
ful success as a life saver. Every one takes
ipecial interest in any invention that will
save or prolong life. This is the reason so
many people have been "praising the merits
or liostetter s fetomach Bitters during the
past fifty yearn. It cures dyspepsia, indiges
tion, biliousness, nervousness, and liver and
kidney troubles. Many physicians prescribe
and recommend it. Do not fail to try it.
The things that "go without saying" are
oftenest said. Puck.
The Past GUARANTEES
The Fact That
Has cured thousands of cases of
Rheumatism, Gout, Lumbago,
Neuralgia. Sciatica. Sprains,
Bruises and other bodily aches
and pains Is a guarantee that it
will cure other cases. It Is safa,
sure and never failing. Acts like
Price, 25c and 50c.
BOLD BT ALL DEALERS IN 3CKDICINX.
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Tom Can Get Allen's Foot-Eaie FRCB.
Write to-day to Allen S. Olmsted, L
Roy, N. for a FREE sample of Allen's
Foot-Ease, a powder. It cures sweating,
damp, swollen, aching feet. Makes new or
tight shoes easy. Always use it to Break in
New Shoes. At all druggi&ts and shoe
Riches are apt to betray a man into arro
PUTNAM FADELESS DYES are fast
to sunlight, washing and rubbing.
You have two trairisf
a day to lexas, on uie.iv
One leaves Memphis at 8.co
thp other at 8. 20 d. itl Trains from aik-
...principal points reach Memphis, morning-
&X5i2i& iVfffSI us where you are going and when you win j
leave, and we will tell you the exact cost of a :
i?kif$ ticket and send you a complete schedule for 1
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B GRmtRTwisrTAK being equal too of others mentioned.
J. T.' "Cross Bow," "Spear Head,"
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" Brandywine," "Jolly Tar," "Planet," "Nep
tune," " Ole Varglny."
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Our new illustrated
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most attractive List of Presents ever offered for Tags, and will
be sent by mail on receipt of postage-twb cents.
(Catalogue will be ready for mailing about January XsVioo.)
Our offer of Presents for Tags will expire Nov. 30tfa 1902..
CONTINENTAL TOBACCO COMPANY.
Write your name and address plainly on outside of packages
containing Tags, and send them and requests for Presents to
C..Hy. BROWN, v
SU Louis, Mo
I do not believe Piso's Cure for Conmmp
tioo has an equal for coughs and colds.
John F. Boyer, Trinity Springs, Lad., Feb.
When a man's honesty is only protected
by a policy it will b held at a premium.
To Cure a Cold In One Day
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All
druggists refund money if i 1 1 ails to cure. 25c
Affectation marks tha absence of affec
tion. Ram's Horn.
flight, Parlor Cafe Cars during the day and Ffee
Chair Cars ootn Oay ana nicnt. write ana rcii
FAVORITE MY LUIS
"Nearer. My God, To Thro."
Lad, Kindly Light," Etc
ALL THE WORDS. ALL THE MUSIC
'Write for them. No coat to you.
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NEW STORY BY ZANGYILL. g
Ton will find tt In tha
November .Number of
IO STORY BOOK.
Ten complete atorfea by famous llTlnn authora
for 1 cents. Among November contributor
are Israel Zangwiil. author of "Children of the
Ghetto;" Henry Tyrrell, editor of "Jodsre :
rtertrude Potter Daniels, author of "Toe
Warners:"' Martha MeOnlloch W iniama.
Dorothy Dir. Sara Beaumont Kennedy, Julia
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KOOIA. IOT .Dearborn Street, uuiauw."
m ttrw nisrovERT: riven
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Book of teftimtwiials and IO days' treatment
Br, H. U. RtaJi' B.I !, AlLiMA. U.
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