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To The Pe-ru-na, Medicine
Pe-ru-na is AH You Claim For It."
Congressman D. F. Wilber, oi Oneonta, N. Y., writes:
The Peruna Medicine Co., Columbus, Ohio:
Gentlemen " Persuaded by a friend I have tried your remedy and I have
almost fully recovered after the use of a tew bottles, lam fully convinced
that Peruna Is all you claim for it, and I cheerfully recommend your medicine
to all who are afflicted with catarrhal trouble." David F. Wilber.
Pro-na a Preventive and Cure for Cold.
Mr. C. F. Given, Sussex, N. B., Vice
President of "The Pastime Boating
"Whenever the cold weather sets in
I have for years past been very sure to
catch a severe cold which was hard to
throw off, and which would leave after
effects on my constitution the most of
"Last winter I was advised to try
Peruna., and within five days the cold
was broken up and in five days more I
was a well man. I recommended it to
several of my friends and all speak the
highest praise for it. There is nothing
like Peruna for catarrhal afflictions.
It Is well nigh In fallible as a cure, and
I gladly endorse It." C. F. Given.
From Ioa of
Mr. Julian Weisslitz, 175 Seneca
street, Buffalo, N. Y., is corresponding
secretary of The Rangerhist, of New
York; is the leading second bass of the
Sangerlust, the largest German singing
society of Xew York and also the oldest.
" i, l
the blood take
Prickly Ash Bitters
three or four times a
week during the Spring
months. It will in
sure health in
oo per bottle.
Little, Bat Terrible.
It will astonish the victim of the grip
to learn that the bacillus of that dread
diiefte i only one-sixteen-thousandth of
an inch in length and about one-eighty-tliouandth
of an inch in width. The gen
eral impression during the prevaling epi
demic has been that the bacillus must n
of at least the size of a sea serpent. St.
'Always look for this Trade Mark: "The
Klean, Kool Kitchen Kind." The Stoves
without smoke, ashes or heat. Make com
Pleasures of City Life. First Dame
"How do you like the new neighborhood
into which" you have moved?'' Second
Dame "It's perfectly lovely. I don't
know a eoull within a mile." N. Y.
To Care a Cold In One Day.
Take Laxative Promo Quinine Tablets. All
druggists refund money if it fails to cure. 25c.
The man who makes a mountain out of
a molehill will never reach the top.
Piso's Cure cannot be too highly spoken of
is a cough cure. J. W. O'Brien, 322 Third
Ive., N., Minneapolis, Minn., Jan. 6, 1900.
Gerald. "Will nothing move you?'
Geraldine. "You talk to me as if I were
an automobile." Town Topics.
Putnam Fadeless Dyes color Silk, Wool
and Cotton at one. boiling.
Every one desires to live long, but no on
would, be old. Swift.
The old, invariable virtue of
Price, 25c. and 50c.
I St Jacobs I
makes it the king cure fx
Co., of Columbus, O.J
In 1S99 The Sangerlust celebrated its
fiftieth anniversary with a large cele
bration in New York City. The follow
ing is his testimony:
"About two years ago 1 caught a
severe cold while traveling and which.
settled into catarrh of the bronchial
tubes, and so affected my voice that I
was obliged to cancel my engagements
In distress I was advised to try Peruna,
and although I had' never used a patent
medicine before, I sent for a bottle.
"Words hut illy describe my surprise
to find that within a few days I was
greatly relieved, and within "three
weeks I was entirely recovered. I am
never without it now, and take an oo
casional dose when I feel run down."
If you do not derive prompt and sat
isfactory results from the use of Pe
runa write at once to Dr. Hartman, giv
ing a full statement of your case and
he will be pleased to give you his valu
able advice gratis.
Address Dr. Hartman, President of
The ITartman Sanitarium, Columbus,
A SOCIETY PAIL.
Mary Had Her -otIonn A boat Appear
ing Before Gmeata In Pre
Mary is an humble, but none the less
indispensable, servitor in an uptown res
taurant. In the small hours of the morn
ing she comes in and cleans the woodwork
and the bar rloo, po that they will be
presentable to the patrons of the next day.
Kecently &he waited atter her uual hours
in the morning until the steward came in,
relates the New York Times.
"Please, ir, may 1 speak to you?." ahe
"What is it, Mary?" he said.
"I have a complaint to make," she con
tinued. "It's about that Annie, who
clean up the place above. I had a nice
pail, sir, a new one, and I put it m the
cellar, and' Annie's come along and took
"Well, you've got another one, haven't
you?" he acked.
"Yes, sir; hut look at it. You wouldn't
expect a lady to come up where there
may be guests and have a pail like that,
would you, sir?"
And, appreciating Mary's feelings, which
were indicated by the tears that were
gli&tening in her eyes, the steward said he
THE WINTER BUG'S REVENGE.
Retaliate Ipon a Prying; Entomolo
B-lat Who Pokes Into Ita Fam
An alarming state of affairs exists in a.
Michigan town, where a scientist and an
entomologist at that has been bitten by a
bug. If -there is any one whom one would
imagie a bug would respect it would be an
entomologist, for he spends his life in the
uplining of the bug species; but is seems
not, says the St. Paul Globe. This, how
ever, was an exaggerated case, as the
scientist in question went all the way to
Michigan from Washington to study into
the habits and haunt of the winter bug,
and it was the winter bug that bit him.
He was bitten on the chin and soon lapsed
into a semi conscious condition, and it is
exceedingly doubtful whether he will ever
be able again to engage in the pleasant oc
cupation of chasing bugs. It was undobt
euiy a bug that was not inoculated with
the modern spirit oi scientific investiga
tion that bit the prjfeseor; it resented
hi ybody prying into its manner of living
and dee-irea no tssifrtance until it was
asked for. It can be fairly ?aid that it was
the very, best -bite of the winter bug, and it
is to be hoped that the summer bug is of
a kindlier nature and knows a little more
about modern science as she is now
"Wtist fnele nrabB Says I
It was Deacon White, of our church,
who was gwine to sell has mewl an' send
de price '-o de benighted heathen of Africa,
but he -fas saved de trubble by some be
nighted heathen of America stealin' de ani
mal an" a wheelbarrer to boot. Detroit
TT wkk fl i f toro i a xfm a s-i a rv-e
PEOPLE AND EVENTS.
The bishop of London has no fewer
than 142 livings in his gift. There are
altogether 570 benefices in the dio
cese, and 1,147 clergy.
A bronze tablet was recently un
veiled in the German hospital of Phil
adelphia, in memory of John D.
Lankenau, the " philanthropist, who
for 30 years was president of the In
stitution. At the present rate the British gov
ernment soon will cease to be Eng
lish. It will be composed of Scots
men and Irishmen. The present
prime minister is a Scot; so is the
leader of the opposition, the chan
cellor of the exchequer, the attorney
general and the secretary' of the
board of trade. The lord chancellor,
the solicitor general, the secretary
for India, the foreign secretary, the
war secretary and the chief secre
tary for Ireland all are Irishmen.
Joseph Jefferson once had a sort of
valet or factotum who was fairly sat
isfactory except that he drank. Xo
one could ever catch him taking a
nip, however, and William always
swore solemnly that he was a teeto
taler. One aay Jefferson saw him
staggering into the house by a side
door. He sent for the man and said
severely: "William, do j'ou now deny
that you are drunk?" With accus
tomed earnestness the man answered:
"Miz' Jeff'son, I'm worse'n that. I'm
drunk's a lord." In telling this story
Jefferson says:. ".N'ow, what could I
do? William proved himself a truth
ful man. lie .was with me for 3'ears
The lord provost of Glasgow, whose
office corresponds with that of mayor
in this country, told at a dinner re
cently how'he was "tipped" by an
American sightseer. A party of tour
ists from the United States were
viewing the splendid municipal cham
bers in Glasgow and were especially
enthusiastic about the great marble
staircase. The lord provost happened
to pass and offered to guide them
about. While doing so he gave them
some interesting information about
the rise and growth of his interesting
city. As he was leaving one of the
Americans quietly slipped a half dol
lar into his hand. The provost had
not recovered from his amused as
tonishment until the Americans left
Last year the United States postal
department handled 19,954,437 pieces
of mail which were incorrectly or im
The forests in South Africa are com
posed principally of stunted and
gnarled native trees, fit only for
wagon making and fence building.
The priests and monks of Italy live
longer than any other professional
men in that countrj. Fifty-seven per
cent, live beyond three score and ten.
A Veteran's Story.
Bath, N. Y.. April 13th. The first con
sideration of trie Commandant and Officers
m the conduct of the Soldiers and Sail
ors' Home here, is the health of the Vet
erans. Kidney Troubles are the most com
mon cause of ailment, very few of the old
men escaping these in some form or other.
Of course the comrades do as much as
possible for themselves and one of the
most popular and useful remedies em
ployed is Uodd s Kidney Pills which seem,
to be limost infallible in cases of Kidney
derangements. Indeed, there are among
the veterans, several who claim to owe
their lives to Uodd s Kidney Pills.
For instance, A. E. Aver, who came to
the home from Minneapolis. Minn., was
given up by tour doctors in that city, lie
had Brieht's Disease and never exDected
to live through it, but his life was saved
and his health restored by Dodd s Kid
His experience lias made the remedy
very popular among the men and no one
who has used Dodd s Kidney Pills for any
JXianey J. rouble has been disappointed.
Preferred to He Alive.
Cholly Charming widow, isn't she?
They eay she i to marry again.
Algy i woulan t want to be a widow s
"Well, I'd rather h a widow's second
husband' than her first, doncherknow."
Silence is sometimes the 6cveref t criticism.
All words are pegs to hang ideas on.
Promptness is the soul of business. Ches
terfield. If you will not lend love you cannot boi
row any. Hani's Horn.
Miss Gannon, SecV Detroit
Amateur Art Association, tells
young women what to do to
avoid pain and suffering caused
by female troubles.
I can conscientiously recommend
liydia 1Z. Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound to those of my sisters
Buffering with female weakness and
the troubles which, so often befall
women. I suffered for months with
general weakness and felt so weary
that I had hard work to keep up. I
had shooting pains and was utterly
miserable. In mv distress I was ad
vised to use Liydia 12. Piukliam's
"Veg-etablo Compound, and it was
a red letter day to me when 1 took the
first dose, for at that time mv restora
tion began. In six weeks I was a
changed woman, perfectly well in
every respect. I felt so elated and
happy that I want all women who
suffer to get well as I did." Miss
GcnA Ganxok, 359 Jones St., Detroit,
Corresponding Sec'y Mich. Amateur
Art Association. $SOC0 forfeit If original of
nbooe letter proving genuineness cannot be produced.
It Is clearly shovrn in this
youncr lady's letter that liydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
will surely cure the sufferings of
women ; and when one considers
that Miss Gannon's letter is only
one of hundreds which we have, the
great virtue of Mrs. Pinkham's medi
cine must be admitted by all.
POOR COWS EXPENSIVE.
Why Thousands of Dmlry Animal
la the Vnlted States Should Be
Sold for Ileef.
Some dairymen would be better off
if they did not have so many cows as
they own at present and some would
be actually better off if they had
none. This is a hard saying, but it is
true. The sooner the poor cows are
weeded out of the herd the better. It
takes a fairly good cow to pay ex
penses. There are millions of cows
in the United States that are not fair
ly good. This is proven by statistics
regarding the average of milk and
butter production. The average cow
is not a money maker, and there are
millions of cows poorer than the av
erage cow. From the average, cow
down they should be tent to - the
shambles. The farmers of the
United States would be ahead what
they received from them as beef.
This would be clear gain, and more,
for it would be preventing annual
losses that are now occurring with
great regularity. The men that scoff
at book farming, that will not read
agricultural papers and that will not
attend farmers institutes are the fel
lows for the most part that are keep
ing these expensive poor cows. The
men that are awake and that think
are quitting that kind of business
Moreover, the men that are progres
sive are getting ahead of the men
that refuse to think. They are going
out among the slow men and are an
nually buying their best cows to put
into their own herds. They are doing
this at the expense of a few dollars
per cow more than they would have
to pay for a poor cow. They are do
ing the right thing, for if the othei
men refuse to be instructed thej
must necessarily suffer the loss ol
their best animals. A cow that will
make a profit of $50 a year is cer
fa inly worth twice as much as the
cow that will make only $25 profit
in a year, j-et the foolish man that
sells the better cow will part, with
her for $35 when he would want $23
for a poor cow. Every farmer should
investigate the matter and as quickly
as possible get rid of his expensive
poor cows. Farmers Iteview.
AN EXCELLENT FORK.
Designed for the Euny Handling ol
Cat or S.hre-dded Fodder and
All Sorts of ChafT.
A handy fork for handling shred
ded or cut fodder or chaff of all
kinds is shown irjthe illustration. It
is made of , one-half-inch stuff for
tines. The head is one inch square
A HAND V FORK,
stuff. The piece that govs urder the
tines to hold the end of hardies is
one-half by one inch. Pore one-half
inch holes through the head, and
round off tines to fit, then nail cress
piece on under side of tine so there
is four and one-half inches space be
tween the two pieces. Then put the
handle on over the head and under
the crosspiece and nail it. Cut a notch
(as in small cut) in end of handle
where it goes under cross-piece. Han
dle is made of a narrow strip of
board. F. II. Peck, in Ohio Farmer.
ANTS SPREAD BLIGHT.
They Are Said to Be the Chtef Factor
la Destroying Many PromislnR
The statement is made in American
Gardening, referring to pear-blight,
that the blighted twigs exude a milk
white liquid; that this fluid the bees
are likely to get and spread to the
flowers of healthy twigs which they
may visit. The bees would have no
occasion for sucking up the virus,
and there is no use in laying . the
blame on them, where common ants
(very numerous in California wl ere
the blight is the worst) crawl all
through it and thence all over the
trees. While the bees may spread
the virus from a diseased to a healthy
blossom, it is extremely improbable
that thej' should seek out the poi
sonous sap from a diseased twig.
While I was in California looking
through those great pear orchards.
fo fearfully blighted. I saw ants in
great numbers crawling all over the
diseased and healthj- twigs, and s-me
of the twigs were covered with that
deadly milky fluid. I believe the time
will come when it- will be proved
that the bees are not the chief means
of spreading the blight; that those
ever-present ants, that are continu
ally crawling over the trees from top
to bottom, will be declared to be the
Corn for Dairy Fe.edlnfr.
An enthusiastic advocate of soiling
says that the truth of the prediction
made some years ago that corn will
soon take the place of grass for dairy
and cattle feeding is already realized
by many farmers. With the progres
sive dairymen pasturing is considered
out of date and a wasteful method.
Tlav is' inferior to prepared cornstalks
for feeding purposes, and row that Ave
can supply perfect corn ensilage for
feeding we have more particular need
for the pastures. An acre of pasture
will not supply much more than one-
fifth of the food required to support
a cow through the growing months.
One acre of corn will give all the green
food it needs from the first of July to
the first of October. On the sime piece
of land corn raised for soiling -will
make four times as much green food
for a cow as will grass.
Trim up the raspberry and black
berry bushes and stake them in place
if not stock enough to stand close and
t--.--2fr- ... -. ,
compact of themselves.
THE MEN AND WOMEN
Who Enjoy the Choicest Products
of the World's Commerce.
Knowledge of What Is Beat More Im
portant Than Wealth With
It must bo apparent to every ono that
Qualities" of the highest order are neces
sary to enable the best of the products of
modern commerce to attain permanently
to universal acceptance. However loudly
heralded, they may not hope for world-wide
preeminence unless they meet with the
general approval, not of Individuals only,
but of the many who have the happy
faculty of selecting, enjoying and learn
ing -the real worth of the choicest prod
ucts. Their commendation, consequently,
becomes Important to others, since to
meet the requirements of The well In
formed of all countries the method of
manufacture must be of the most per
fect order and the combination the most
excellent of lt3 kind. The above is true
not of food products only, but Is espe
cially applicable to medicinal agents and
after nearly a quarter of a century of
growth and general use the excellent
remedy. Syrup of Figs, is everywhere
accepted, throughout the world, as the
best of family laxatives. Its quality is
due not bnly to the excellence of the
combination of the laxative and carmin
ative principles of plants known to act
most beneficially on the system and pre
sented In the form of a pleasant and re
freshing liquid," but also to the method
of manufacture of the California Fig
Syrup Co.. which ensures that uniformi
ty and purity essential In a remedy In
tended for family use. Ask any physi
cian who Is well informed and he will
answer at once that It is an excellent
laxative. If at all eminent In his pro
fession and has made a special study of
laxatives and their effects upon the sys
tem he will tell you that it is the best
of family laxatives, because It is sim
ple and wholesome and cleanses and
sweetens the system effectually, when
a laxative is needed, without any un
pleasant after-effects. Every well-informed
druggist of reputable standing
knows that Syrup of Figs Is an excel
lent laxative and is glad to sell it, at
the regular price of fifty cents per bot
tle, because it gives general satisfac
tion, but one should remember that In
order to get the beneficial effects of
Syrup of Figs it is necessary to buy th
genuine, which Is sold in original pack
ages only; the name of the remedy
Syrup of Figs and also the full name of
the Company California Fig Syrup Co.
printed on the front of every package.
A UtnainF Clncb.
"You cannot possibly escape me," he
gaid listlessly, and with folded arms, as
she looked at him with disdainful defiance
in her glance. "I know you are beautiful
and I am poor; that you are wealthy
and I am homely; that you are good and
I am as bad as any one could imagine. Yet
as there is a really decent, deserving fel
low after you, and as we are characters in
& decadent novel, he shall be thrown over
ind his heart shattered, and I shall win
you at the last. There is no help for it
there is no help for it. I am the real
bero, though it is all a huge farce to me."
Seeing the force of his logic, and wishing
to save the author a lot of agony and
the readers a lot of suspense and hard
work, he surrendered, hateful na the task
ippeared to her Baltimore American.
Beryl Yes, I know the coant is very
incere in his attentions to me. How
can you gay he is a trirler?
Sibyl I know that he loves you, dear
and that is why I ay he pay undue at
tention to trifle. Baltimore Herald.
The first sig
from the back
ous aches and ifij
ry a ins. The
L'uiiics in mc L"X
urine is thin
and pale" or
colored and showing "brick-dust-like"
deposit. Urination is infrequent, too
frequent or excessive. You should
heed these danger signals befort
chronic complications set in Dia
betes, Dropsy, Bright's disease. Take
Doan's Kidney Tills in time and the
cure is simple.
J. F. Wainwright, of the firm of
Bones & Wainwright, painters and
contractors, Pulaski, Va., says: "Four
or five times a year for the
past few years I have . suffered
with severe attacks of pain in my
back, caused from kidney trouble.
During these spells I was in such
misery from the constant pain and
aching that it was almost impossible
for me to stoop or straighten, and it
really seemed as if the whole small
of my back had given away. At
times I also had difficulty with the
kidney secretions which were dis
colored, irregular and scalding, and I
was also greatly distressed with
headaches and dizziness. I used
a number of recommended reme
dies but I never found anything bo
successful as Doan s Kidney Pills.
When I heard of tlem I had an at
tack and procured a box of them. In
a few days the pain and lameness dis
appeared, the trouble with the kid
ney secretions was corrected and my
system was improved generally. I
have every confidence in Doan's Kid
A FREE TRIAL of this great kid
ney medicine which cured Mr. Wain
wright will be mailed to any part of
the United States on application.
Address Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo,
N. Y. For sale by all druggists, price
50 :ents per box.
9 .3 rv-atf t'Tj'a
I Th Best. . m JiBl
I c,mti ffimk
I Familu fy4l
ff Laxative g
SYRUP OF FIGS'l
San Francisco, Cal
FOB SALE BY ALL LEADIXG DRUGGISTS.
WILL APPRECIATE THIS
Fat, Healthy Babies
MnGnn'a Bahv lEJIxIn makes fat.
healthy you have no worries, but the moment it gets sick, then you worry.
Now begin in time. Don't neglect your baby and allow it to have indi
gestion, which canses sick stomach vomiting, causing diarrhoea, which soon kills
if not stopped. You should lose no time, begin at once. McGee's Baby Etrxra
is recommended and guaranteed to prevent indigestion; cures Diarrhoea and all
kinds of Summer Complaints. When baby begins teething is a very dangerous time.
Prcparo for Troubles Baby Elixir will prevent all trouble, cures all
trouble. Give Baby Elixir one trial, you will always use it. Just as good for
adults with 6ick stomach. - - -
For sale by your dealer. Price, 2 5 and 50 cents.
THE MAYFIELD MEDICINE MFG. CO.
ST. LOUIS. MO.
"What do you put on your face after
shaving?" a?ked the man who smelled of
bay rum. "Court plaster, usually," re
plied the nervous chap, gloomily. -Cincinnati
J . UNION MADE
IV. L. Douglqm mskcm and mcflm
mora mmn'm Gcotiyaar Walt (tiana
Satmd ProcessJ sAoas than any othop
manufacturo in fia wona.
will be n&ld to &HTOT1S w
can disprove this statement.
Because W. L. Douglas
is the 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
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1 t . J f r aa rll ilVJS.
w ucro lor anu co.vaj. B pigtei
The Douclas secret cro- t&xfd&uk
cess of tanning- the bottom soles produces abso
lutely pure leather ; more flexible and will wear
longer than any other tanneee in the world.
The sales have more than doubled the jpast four
years, which .proves its superiority, why not
give W. L. Douglas shoes a trial and save money.
JVotlce 1 nrrrate 1S09 Sa: SS,SO:i,P:l,Sl
loliuiiucMt l02 Sales: 6.1,024,340,00
A train of S8,SSO,48.70 in Fonr Tears.
W. I DOUCLAS S4.00 CILT EOCE LINE,
Worth S6.00 Compared with Other. Makes.
The best imported and American leathers. Heul'a
Patent Calf, enamel. Box Calf, Calf. Vici Kid, Corona
Colt, and National Kangaroo. Fatt Color Eyelets.
P9tl!nn Th genuine have W. X. DOT7QLA8
UHUUUil name and price stamped on bottom.
Shea by mail, JV.V. rsira. Jllut. Catalog free.
W. L.UOIGLAS, UBOCKTOX, MASS.
THE ONLY GUARANTEED KIDNEY
Your druggist will refund your money
if after taking one bottle you are not
satisfied with results. Manufactured
by Smith Medical Co., St. Louis, Mo.
Trice 50 cents and f 1.00. For sale by
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all over the country are
praisinp Paxtlne for what it
f --f I'loiBin i-uiuoc ior
SJ:ii--iaigl'" hs done in local treat
mem 01 lemale tils, cur-
Infrall inflammation and discharges, wonderful
as a cleansing vaginal douche, for sore throat
nasal catarrh, as a mouth wash, and to rcmova
tartar and whiten the teeth. Send to-dav &
postal card will do. "
Hold y drnrtlitf r tent post on Id .
nt. lane box. Sal l.fo r.i.rl "7
TM 11. 1'AITOX Ct got to u w i
151 HR fWAKESIS SIR ft:
U U kJLmZa AA.AIvl.aiH." Trio-
nee bmidipg, ew York.
A. N.K.-F s. 1963
tULta 1 tor all Sewinf aarklsea.