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is an Excellent Spring Catarrh
edy- I am as Well as Ever."
HON. DAS. A. GROSVENOR, OF THE FAMOUS OHIO FAMILY.
Hon. Dan. A. Grosvenor, Deputy Auditor for the War Department, in a letter
written from Washington, D. C, says:
" Allow me to express my gratitude to you for the benefit derived
from one bottle of Peruna. One week has brought wonderful changes
and I am now as well as ever. Besides being one of the very best
spring tonics it is an excellent catarrh remedy."
DAN. A. ilROSVENOR.
In a recent letter he sa3's :
I consider Peruna really more meritorious than I did when I
wrote you last. I receive numerous letters from acquaintances all
over the country asking me if my certificate Is genuine. I invariably
answer, yes." Dan. A. Grosvenor.
JL County Commissioner's Letter.
Hon. John Williams, County Commis
feioner.of 517 West Second street, Duluth,
Minn., says the following1 in regard to
" As a remedy for catarrh I can cheer
fully recommend Peruna. I know what
it is to suffer from that terrible disease
and I feel that it is my duty to speak a
" can conscientiously recommend
your Peruna as a tine tonic and alt
around rood medicine to those wno
are In need of a catarrh remedy. It
has been commended to me by people
who have used It, as a remedy par
ticularly effective In the cure of ca
tarrh. ' For those who need a good
catarrh medicine I know of nothing
better."-If. W. Ogden.
W. E. Griffith, Con can, Texas, writes:
I suffered with chronic catarrh for
many years. I took Pern na and it com
pletely cured me. I think Peruna is the
best medicine in the world for catarrh.
My general health is much improved by
its use, as I am much stronger than I
have been for years. VY. tu. Urifhth.
JL Coi(reuniaa'i Letter.
Congressman H. Bowen,Ruskin,Taze
well county, y a., writes :
can cheerfully recommend your
valuable remedy, Peruna, to any one
who is suffering with catarrh, and who
Is in need of a permanent and effective
cure. ' ' n. Bo wen.
Mr. Fred. D. Scott, Lame, Ohio, Right
Guard of Hiram root .Ball l earn, writes:
"As a specific for lung- trouble I place
Peruna at the head. I have used it my
self for colds and catarrh of the bowels
and it is a splendid remedy. It restores
vitality, increases bodily strength and
makes a sick person wen in a snort time.
I give Peruna my hearty indorsement."
Fred. D. Scott.
Gen. Ira C. Abbott, 906Mstreet,N.W.,
Washington, D. C, writes :
" I am fully convinced that your rem
edy is an excellent tonic. Many of my
friends have used it with the most ben
eficial results for coughs, colds and ca
tarrhal trouble. Ira C. Abbott.
Mrs. Elmer Fleming, orator of Reser
voir Council No. 168, Northwestern Le
gion of Honor, of Minneapolis, Minn.,
writes from 2535 'Polk street, N. E.:
" I have been
good word for the tonic that brought me
immediate relief. Peruna cured me of a
bad case of catarrh and I know it will
cure any other sufferer from that dis
ease." John Williams.
Jk. Congressman's Letter.
Hon. H. W. Ogden, Congressman from
Louisiana, in a letter written at Wash
ington, D. C, says the following of Pe
runa, the national catarrh remedy :
Minneapolis. Minn, f
troubled all my
life with catarrh
in my head. I
took Peruna for
now think I am
cured. I believe
that for catarrh
in all its forms
Peruna is the
medicine of the
age. It cures
when all other
remedies fail. I
can heartily recommend Peruna as a
catarrh remedy." Mrs. Elmer Fleming.
Treat Catarrh In Spring
The spring is the time to treat catarrh.
Cold, wet winter weather often retards
a cure of catarrh. If a course of Peruna
is taken during the early spring months
the cure will be prompt and permanent.
There can be no failures if Peruna is
taken intelligently during the favorable
weather of spring.
As a systemic catarrh remedy Peruna
eradicates catarrh from the system
wherever it may be located. It cures
catarrh of the stomach or bowels with
the same certainty as catarrh of the
If you do not derive prompt and satis
factory 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 ad
Address Dr. Hartman, President of
The Hartman Sanitarium, Columbus,
LIBBY LUNCHEONS made ready in a
few moments. The Wafer Sliced Smoked
Beef. Pork and Beans. Veal Loaf. Potted
Chicken, and lots of good things to eat.
Are V. S. Government Inspected
Keep in the house for emergencies for
suppers, for sandwiches for any time
when you want somet lunar good and want
it quick. You simply turn a key and
the can is open. An appetizing; lunch is
ready in an instant.
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Chicago. III.. U. S. A.
Write for our free booklet "How to Make
Good Things to Eat."
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If A lertmzer without if &lNki
Vf sufficient hyg
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Ill is not complete. jbi I
Our hoolcs are romnVtA trpatifHt
II on fertilizers, writtenby rj
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OB UNION MADE
W. L. Doualam makem and mellm
more men s Coo ay oar Walt (nana
Soured Hrocesm) mhoem thmn any other
manufacturer In the world.
will be paid to anyone who
can disprovo mis statement.
Because "W. L. Douglas
isthe largest manufacturer
ho can buy cheaper and
produce his shoes at a
lower cost than other con
cerns, which enables him
to sell shoes for $3.50 and
3.00 equal in every
way to those sold else
where for $4 and $5.00.
The Doua-las secret dto- Xitres.
cess of tannin the bottom soles produces abso
lutely pure leather ; more flexible and will wear
longer than any other tsnn eore in the world.
The sales have more than doubled the past four
years, which proves its superiority. Why not
g-ive w. Zj. Douglas shoes atrial and save money.
A'otlee Increase 1890 Sales: 8t,SOS,88a,ai
in Business t 1S02 Sales: S,Oa,30,00
A gain of SS, 880,450.70 In Fonr years.
W. L. DOUCLA3 $4,00 CILT EDGE LINE,
Worth S6.00 Compared with Other Makes.
The best Imported ani American leathers. Htyl't
Patent Calf, Enamel, Box Calf, Calf, Vlcl Kid, Corona
Colt, and National Kangaroo. Fast Color Eyelets.
Patl'tinn Tbo genuine have W. L. DOUGLAS
WttUllUll name and price stamped on bottom.
Shoe by mail, 25c. extra, Jllus. Catalog free.
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IS THE MAN WHO WEARS
Stfsassi a ei en hi
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FREE TO WOIV-EJ
To prove the healing- and
cleansing power of Faillne
Toilet Antiseptic we will
mail a large trial paelcape
with book of instructions
absolutely Tree. This is
not a tiny sample, but a larpe
package, enough to convince
anyone of its value. Women
all over the country are
praisinp Paxtine for what It
has done In loral treat
ment oT female 111, cur
ing1 all inflammation and discharges, wonderful
as a cleansing vaginal douche, for sore throat,
nasal catarrh, as a mouth wash, and to remove
tartar nnd whiten the teeth. Send to-day; a
postal card will do.
Sold by drncglsts or sent postpaid by us, SO
rents. Urfe box. Satisfaction cnaranteed.
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repulaktion extending over
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l v every do.rment bewinp; the
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Beware of the dealer who tries to sell
soitethinz Just as fcood."
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une building, Sew York.
CJS a Bbl.
Larfest frewers ef Seed Potatoealn America.
Thu "Kur&l Xir Vorkr" rUei Raiser's Esr-
It Wisconsin a Tleld of 74 ba. prra. prices
dirtr'heap. Msanota srd hook and Kflmplf of 1
Meesiate, fpeiiz. jiaeoroni m nest, to du. per 1
SV. eiaat Clover. etc.,upoo receipt of lOe osige. i
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I PAY SPOT CASH FOR
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UMiedtofolrtiersof anr war. Also Soldiers' Additional
Homcstesd Kinht. Write meat onre.
UtA.NK H. KEGEK. 1. O Box U8. Denrer. Colo.
The old gentleman steadily regarded him.
"Well," he said, "It is evident that my
daughter did not pick you out for your per
sonal attractions. Hence I must conclude
that you have some practical points that are
of value. Take her, my boy, she's yours;"
Cleveland Plain Dealer.
An Adjustable Limit.
It was a Maine girl: of whom the.toryia
told that she refused to many a most de
voted lover until he had amassed a fortune of
$10,000. After come .expostulation he ac
cepted the decree and went to work. About
three months after this the vivacious young
lady, meeting her lover, asked:
"Well, Charley, how are you getting
"Oh, very well, indeed," Charley returned,
cheerly. "I've saved 18."
The young lady blushed and looked down
at the toes of her walking boots, and ttabbed
the inoffensive earth with the point of her
parasol. "I guess," she said faintly, "I
gues, Charley, that's about near enough."
Philadelphia Public Ledger.
Fastidious Von n sr Man.
The most fastidious man in Missouri has
been found on a farm a few miles eonth of
Nevada. Oneday tracks that had been made
by bare feet were found on what is known,
as the Autenrieth road. It has been learned
that thy were made by a young man living
in the neighborhood who had had his shoes
nicely shined and was carrying them under
his arm to keep them from getting muddy.
Kansas City Journal.
One Answer for All.
Lancaster, N. Y., Mar. 30th. Postmaster
Hem era is still in receipt of many le tiers
asking if his cure has helu good.
It will be rememberer that some time
ago the particulars ox Air. Kernels' case
were published in these columns. He had
been very low with 1ia betes. Physicians
could do nothing to save huu and ne grew
worse and wort-e till some one recommended
Dodd's .kidney Pilla. A treatment of this
remedy was begun and wnen eight boxes
had been taken Mr. Kernels begaa to tee au
improvement which continued as the treat
ment proceeded till he was completely re
stored'. He has since enjoyed perfect health and.
is as robust and able a man as any in Lancas
ter. Interviewed the other day he said:
"Many people wrote to me when the story
of my case was first printed and some write
to me yet asking if the cure was only tem
porary and if the diabetes has returned. I
have only one answer to everybody. Three
years ago I was very low with Diabetes. The
best physicians failed to help me and Dodd's
Xidney Pills cured me. I am well and strong
and have not had the slightest return of the
A Convert. "He 1 elieves in the doHrine
of nonresistance." ' Dot he?" "Well, at
any rate, he lets his wife run things." De
troit Free Press.
Explosions of Coug'iing are stopped by
Hale s Honey of Horehound and Tar.
Pike's Toothache Drops Cure in one minute.
"I should like to know why," said the In
tellectual Grubber, "money is called
dough ' " "Because," simpered the Cheer
ful Idiot, "everybody W.stfs it.'" lti
I am sure Piso's Cure for Consumption
saved my life three vears ago. Mr?. Thos.
Kobbin, Norwich, N. Y., Feb. 17,1900.
Success is sweet; the sweeter if long de
layed and attained through manifold strug
gles and de-feats. A. Pronson Alcott.
To Care a Cold In One Dir.
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All
druggists refund money if it fails to cure. 25c.
He "What is your favorite tone?" She
"Oh, this is so sudden!" Harvard Lam
poon. June Tint Putter Color makes top of the
Nothing is more unjust or capricious than
public opinion. Hazlitt.
GOOD ROADS REFORMATIONS.
Present nnd Past Vlevra of Judge E.
II. Thayer, of Iowa, Are Worthy
- It has been said that progresisve
movement in ajry direction is like in
vention in this that when the
thought of it is running in one mind
it is also running in many minds;
and all the signs of the times tell us
that the time is coming for a gen
eral forward movement for good
roads throughout the union. For ten
years the most progressive citizens
in all sections of the country have
been devising ways and means for
the permanent improvement of the
public highways, and it seems that
all good roads reformers are of the
same o'pinion with reference to a
general system of cooperation be
tween the government, the state
and the counties. Among the present
leadersinthe good roads reformation
is Representative Brownlow, of Ten
nessee, who recently introduced n
bill in congress providing for na
tional cooperation in road improve
Judge E. II. Thaj-er, Clinton, la.,
has just written a letter to Col.
Brownlow in which he unhesitatingly
approves all the provisions of the
bill, and says that he was the pre
siding officer of the first national
good roads convention ever he'd in
this country, Chicago.Ill., 1S92. Judge
Thayer made a speech at that con
vention in which he presented a
proposition that is practically identi
cal with that running through the
Brownlow bill. Among other things
"The constitution provides that
"Congress shall have the power to es
tablish post offices and post roads.
It has appropriated millions of dol
lars from the public treasury for es
tablishing post offices, but in the last
half of the century it has appro
priated comparatively nothing for
establishing post roads. There is not
an inhabitant of Iowa but is entitled
to have his mail brought to his
home, no matter whether he lives in
the country or in the city. It is grat-
ifj-ing to know that the free delivery
sj'stem is being extended to the
small towns, although the postmas
ter general writes that 'enlarging
free delivery or anything like univer
sal free delivery will have to be
postponed until there are better fa
cilities of communication through
the rural and sparsely settled dis
tricts. Just so. But must the state
and the county and the township be
required to make those better facil
ities by the expenditure of vast sums
of money, and then invite the gov
ernment to put mail carriers on
them? That cannot be the meaning
of the constitution. .To establish
post roads must mean something
more than merely using the roads
for postal service after somebody
else has built them.
"Up to the first day of July, 1S92,
"there has been paid into the federal
treasury from the sale of Iowa lands
the sum of $13,031,900.17. More than
half of this amount was for lands
sold in 1854-5. There has been do
nated to railroads 4,910,937 acres of
land. Now then, in the present state
of the public mind on the necessity
of building good roads, with popular
opinion favoring government aid,
would it not be a reasonable, proper
and legitimate thing for congress to
return to Iowa at least an amount
equal to one-half of the proceeds de
rived from the sale of Iowa lands, to
be used in establishing post roads in
this state.' j.niswouia give as gov
ernment aid, in round figures, $6,500,
000. "The older states contributed no
lands to the common national fund;
but Iowa lands were sold to make up
a portion of government expenses
which all the states alike ought to
have contributed to. When the west,
with pardonable enthusiasm, runs
wild after railroads, and congress
donated almost 5,000,000 acres of the
best land the sun ever shown upon
to help build those roads in this
state, had there been the same inter
est taken by our people in good
roads that there is now, and had the
state then asked for a similar
amount of lands for road purposes,
no doubt congress would have com
plied with the request. For precisely
the same object, but more directly
in the interest of the state, let Iowa
appeal to congress for an appropria
tion equivalent to the donation
made to the railroads."
STRONG CLOD MASHER.
The Device Here Described Has
Several Ailvantage" Over Those
In General I'se.
Herewith is a cut of view of a
stave roller (or clod masher) that I
built last season. While it is built
Just the same as ever
St Jacobs Oil
continues to bs the sure cure of
Price,' 25c. and 50c
STRONG CLOD MASHER,
in many respects as are all rollers
of its kind, by using mower trucks
for a foundation, jet it has an ad
vantage over all that I have seen;
that is in having a roof of its own,
so that it is always in the dry, and
shaded from the hot sunshine. With
this protection it will last many
3-ears longer and is alwajrs sharp and
ready for use. E. F. Isley, in Epi
tomist. Cause of Mottled Batter.
Mottled butter is sometimes
caused by the salt not being well
, worked into the butter. What are
known as white specks may be due
to setting milk in shallow pans, the
cream drying on the top and becom
ing hard. Another cause may be the
cream standing too long, curd being
formed in the milk, which becomes
mixed with the butter. This hap
pens mostly when the milk is in deep
pans, and straining is the best
method of preventing the difficulty in
One of the essentials of the happy homes of to-day Is fund of
information as to right living and the best methods of promoting
health and happiness. With proper knowledge, each hour of
recreation, of enjoyment and of effort may be made to contribute
to that end and are of not less value than the using of the most
wholesome foods and the selecting of the best medicinal agents
when needed. With the well-informed, medicinal agents are used
only when nature needs assistance and while the importance of
cleansing the system effectually, when bilious or constipated, has
long been known, yet until within recent years it was necessary
to resort to oils, salts, extracts of roots, barks and other cathartics
which were found to be objectionable and to call for constantly
Then physicians having learned that the most excellent laxative
and carminative principles were to be found in certain plants,
principally in the leaves, the California Fig Syrup Co. discovered
a method of obtaining such principles in their purest condition and
.... . . i- MafAm
of presenting them witn pleasant ana reiresnmg unuius m
most acceptable to the system and the remedy became known as
Syrup of Figs as figs were used, with the plants, in making it,
because of their agreeable taste.
This excellent remedy is now rapidly coming into universal use as the
best of family laxatives, because it is simple and wholesome and cleanses
and sweetens the system effectually without disturbing the natural
functions and without unpleasant after effects and its use may be discon
tinued when it is no longer required. .
All who would enjoy good health and its blessings 6hould remember
that it is the one remedy which physicians and parents well-informed
approve and recommend and use and which they and their little ones
alike enjoy, : because of its pleasant flavor, its gentle action and its
Syrup of Figs is for sale by all reliable druggists, at the regular price
of fifty cents per bottle, in original packages only, having the name of
the remedy Syrup of Figs and the full name of the Company
California Fig Syrup Co. printed on the front of every package.
COMMUNING WITH NATURE.
Laura AVnn Xot . Saddened by th
Beautiful Scenery It Was
a. II a sr.
Close beside the sparkling brook, who
silvery waters danced merrily in the sun
light and rippled joyously over the golden
sands, they sat in silence George and Laura
drinking in the glorious beauty of the rus
tic scene and communing with nature in one
of her chosen shrine. Afar off in the west
the sun seemed to linger on the rim of the
horizon as if unwilling to shut out from his
gaze the lovely landscape that glowed with
a softened and even melancholy radiance in
his departing beam., says Woman's Home
A thrilling cry burst from the lips of the
beautiful girl. "George! George!" she al
"What is it, darling?" he asked, placing
his arm tenderly around her waist. "Has
the romantic, yet oppressive, loveliness of
the scenery saddened your spirit "
"No, George!" 6he screamed, waving her
hands wildly and making a frantic jab at thq
small of her back. "I think it's some kind
of a bug!" .
Tlie Best Way to Teach History.
The idea of object teaching, the founda
tion of the Froebel system of instruction,
has in recent years met with general accept
ance and adoption in almost every branch of
education, high and low, with resultant ben
efits which are beyond question. Even such
subjects as grammer and arithmetic are
now taught in this way so far as practicable,
and witri marked advantage over the old
dry and abstract method. The practice of
teaching history by making pilgrimages to
the very scenes where great historical events
nave occurred is an application of the same
principle and much more valuable in the
way of impressing the reality of history upon
the minds of the young than any amount of
mere textbook instruction could be. A re
lent issue cf the "Four-Track Series," pub
lished by the New York Central manage
nent, gives a description of the historical
sites in the immediate vicinity of New York,
which will be of exceeding value for the
guidance of teachers and others who desire
to adopt this method of historical study.
One of the best ways to develop civic pride
and promote good citizenship lies in this
very direction, an increase of knowledce of
local history being accompanied with an in
crease of interest in matters of local govern
ment and a hicher concern for what affects
the'welfare and good name of the commit
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Psoriasis, Scalled Head, Milk Crust,
Tetter, Ringworm, etc.
Speedily, Permanently and Economically Cured,
when All Else Fails, by
V Vw. V L J. tf .K- Jjf rk V 5
Mrs. Laura L. Barnes, Wash
ington, D. C, Ladies Auxiliary to
Burnside Post, No. 4, Q. A. R.,
recommends Lydia E. Pinkham's
" In diseases thatcome to women only,
as a rule, the doctor is called in, some
times several doctors, but still matters
g-o from bad to worse ; but I have
never known of a case of female weak
ness which was not helped when
Iydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
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young women who are subject to
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ful periods, and nervous attacks due to
the severe strain on the system by
some organic trouble, and for women
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time of life, it Berres to correct every
trouble and restore a healthy action of
all organs of the body.
" Lydia E.Pinkliam's Vegetable
Compound, is a household reliance
in my home, and I would not be with
out it. In all my experience with this
medicine, which covers years, I have
fonnd nothing to equal it and al
ways recommend it.n Mrs. Laura. L.
Barnes, 607 Second St., N. H, Wash
ington, D. C. $5000 forfeit If original of
above letter proving genuinpnest cannot b produced.
Such testimony should be ac
cepted by all women as convinc
ing evidence that Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
stands without a peer as a rem
edy for all the distressing ills of
The agonizing, itching, and burning of the skin, as in
eczema; the frightful scaling, as in psoriasis; the loss of
hair, and crusting of the scalp, as in scalled head ; the
facial disfigurements, as in pimples and ringworm; the
awful suffering of infants, and anxiety of worn-out parents,
as in milk crust, tetter and salt rheum, all demand a
remedy of almost superhuman virtues to successfully cope
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Bathe the affected parts with hot water and Cuticiira Soap, to cleanse
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irritation, and inflammation, and soothe and heal, and, lastly, take Cuti
cura Resolvent to cool and cleanse the blood. This complete treatment
affords instant relief, permits rest and sleep in the severest forms of
eczema and other itching, burning, and scaly humours of the skin, scalp
and blood, and points to a speedy, permanent and economical cure when
all other remedies and the best physicians fail. As evidence of the
wonderful curative properties of Cuticura Remedies and of their world
wide sale, we quote from
Tie Hon. Ir. Justice Finneiore's Letter.
" I desire to give my voluntary testimony to the beneficial effects of
your Cuticura Remedies. I have suffered for some time from an excess
qt uric acid in the blood ; and since the middle of last year, from a severe
attack of Eczema, chiefly on the scalp, face, ears and neck, and on one
limb. I was for several months under professional treatment, but the
remedies prescribed were of no avail, and I was gradually becoming worse,
my face was dreadfully disfigured, and I lost nearly all my hair. At last,
my wife prevailed upon me to try the Cuticura Remedies, and I gave them
a thorough trial with the most satisfactory results. The disease soon began
to dissappear, and my hair commenced to grow again. A fresh growth of
hair is covering my head, and my limb (although not yet quite cured) is
gradually improving. My wife thinks so highly of your remedies that she
has Leen purchasing them in order to make presents to other persons
suffering from similar complaints, and, as President of the Bible Women's
Society, has told the Bible women to report if any case should come under
her notice when a poor person is so afflicted, so that your remedies may
be resorted to." ROBERT ISAAC FINNEMORF,
(Judft tfikt Katal Supreme Cexrt.)
Pietermaritxburg, Natal, Oct. aq, 1901. ,
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