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LANGUID AND TIRED."
An Interesting Letter Concerning Pe-ru-na.
Miss Delia Janveau, Globe Hotel, Ottawa, Ont., is from one of the oldest and
best known French Canadian families in Canada. In a recent letter to The Peru
na Medicine Co., of Columbus, Ohio, she says:
Last spring my blood seemed clogged vp, my digestion poor, my
head ached and I felt languid and tired all the time. My physician
prescribed for me, but a friend advised me to try Peruna. I tried it
and am pleased to state that I found it a wonderful cleanser and
purifier of the system. In three weeks I was like a new woman,
my appetite had increased, I felt buoyant, light and happy anrf with'
out an ache or pain. Peruna is a reliable family medicine."
factory results from the use of Peruna,
write at once to Dr. Hartman, nrine; a
full statement of your case and he will
be pleased to give you his valuable ad-
Adia Brittain, of Seltitan. O., writes:
"After using1 your wonderful Peruna
three months I have had great relief. I
had continual heaviness in my stomach,
was bilious, and had fainting1 spells, but
they all have left me since using Pe
runa." Adia Brittain.
: If you do not derive prompt and satis-
Address Dr. Hartman, President of
The Hartman Sanitarium, Columbus,
RATHER TOO SMART.
Facetious Young Lawyer Get a g
TaUng Down by an Indig
A promising barrister was wont to declare
that, though many a bad ease had been woa
by a brilliant sally in court, equally asmany
good one: havi'Deerr lost through overdoing
the thing, bays London Tit-JJits.
Not long ago a case arising out of a street
accident came on for hearing at a certaia
An electric tramcar had figuredi in the col
lision, and v hen one of the witnesses stepped)
forward! he was at once tackled by the face
tious young gentbman engaged by the plain
tiffs. "What are you?'' he began abruptly.
"An electric conductor," responded the
"Indeed!" ejaculated the lawyer. "A
living lightning conductor, I suppose?"
For one moment the witness hesitated.
Then he boldJy tackled the facetious one.
"Look here, young man," he remarked,
in a fatherly sort of way. "You may not
know it, but there are different kinds of
conductors. For in-stance, I'm one and you're
another, and if I didn't conduct my car any
better than you're conducting your case, I
should earn "the sack, and get it!"
Church Do you think he is a well-proportioned
Gotham No: his lungs are away out of
proportion to his brains. Yonkera Statesman.
He Wasn't a Cheese.
The physicians were holding a consulta
tion bes-ide the cot of the man supposed to
have appendicitis concealed' about his per-
S"i believe," said one of the surgeons, "that
we should wait andilet him get stronger be
fore cutting into him."
Before the other prospective operators
could replv the patierrt turned his head and
remarked feebly: "What do you take m
for a cheese?" Baltimore American.
A Sadden Drop.
"Yep," said Dakota Dan, resting hia glass
on the bar. "he pretended to be a friend of
mine, but he wus-n't. Last summer he done
me a dirt.v, sneakin' trick sold me a saddle
that wusn t his'n, and I had to give it up."
1 suppose you were not veTy friendly with
him after that?"
"Nope I dropped him then and thar. His
w idder ma rried t hesheriff laat week." Kan
sas City Journal.
"This fishin'fever srems to be contagious."
6aid the stranger, noting the long row of
anglers percnea upon, the creek bank.
"Yes, it's contagious, all right," said th
man wno nail neen fishing lour hours with'
out a nibble, "but not ketchin'. " Balti
Perhaps. "Is hemarryinz herformonev?"
Well, he wys she's as good as gold." "De
troit Free Press".
The more we study the more we discover
our ignorance. eaeney.
Indolence never tires of doing nothing.
TAUGHT BY EXPERIENCE.
FASTEN AGE MARKS.
Sick Kidneys make people look older than they are ; hasten the evening
days of life; fasten the marks of premature old ago. The world over
Doan's Kidney Pills is the recognized Kidney Specific.
Aching backs are eased, nip, back, and
loin pains overcome. Swelling of tlio
limbs and dropsy signs vanish.
They correct urine with brick dust sedi
ment, high colored, excessive pain in pass
ing, dribbling, frequency, bed wetting.
Doan's Kidney Pills dissolve and remove
calculi and gravel. Relieve heart palpita
tion, sleeplessness, headache, nervousness.
Salem, Mass., March 31. 1903. I received
the sample of Doan's Kidney Pills, and with
the use of one more box from my druggist I
am entirely cured of a very lame back. W.
A. Cleveland. .
Galesburo, III., March 30, 1903. The sam
ple of Doan's Kidney Fills came to band. I
also got one 60-cent box from our druggist,
and I am thankful to say the pain across the
email of my back disappeared like a snow
bank in hot sun. Doan's Fills reach the spot.
Rose Glen, Ta., March 29, 1903. The free
trial of Doan's Kidney Fills have been of great
benefit to me. Since using them I have no oc
casion to get up bo often at night. My com
plaint affected the bladder more when catching
cold. Joseph Lepfekal.
Cavbrta, "WTOMrKO. Previous to taking
the sample of Doan's Kidney Pills I could
scarcely hold my urine. Now I can sleep all
night and rarely have to get up, and that ach
ing across my back a little above my hips la
gone. Isaac W. Jstepheks, Cambria, Wyo.
FREE TO BETTER KIDNEY HEALTH.
f Do art's
FosTER-iliLBCRN Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
Please send me by mail, without charge,
trial box Ioan'a Kidney Fills.
(Cut ont coupon on dotted lines and mail to
Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, M. Y.)
Medical Advice Free Strictly Confidential
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Office and Factory, GRAND RAPIDS, MICH.
New York Office, 105 Water St.
km Lone as Farmers Cai't Coatrel
tk Market It Pays to Cater
to Popular Taste.
The merchant lays in such stock as
he knows bis customers will buy. The
grocer makes his stock as attractive
as possible, and he knows what class
of customers he may expect when he
locates in any particular locality. In
fact, I do not know of any other class
of people who offer goods on the mar
ket without knowing what the market
is, except the farmer, or more strictly
speak'ng, the farmer's wife. I have
just bcen having a little experience, and
you know it is experience that teaches
A ffiend up in New England spent
all her spare time last summer raising
geese, and a big, fine nock she had when
it camt time to market them. We were
all there when killing day came. The
gejese were killed in the old way, by
cutting' off the heads. They were then
brought in, dipped into a boiler of hot
water, then rolled in a piece of car
peting to steam, and by the time they
were fool we picked. This process
makes picking very easy, and does pot
injure the skin. These people pick
feathers and down all into one basket
and oiler it at the price of feathers.
I had bought down pillows in thecit
ies, and of course recognized the value
of the own; so we instituted a second
picking. The feathers can be taken off
first and put in a basket by themselves
then tbtf- down picked separately. It
is really the easier way to do the pick'
ing. The down thus saved Eells at a
much higher price than the selling
price of feathers. These geese were all
dipped in a thin solution of starch wa
ter, which gives the skin a very nice
appearance, and were then shipped to
one of our large cities. But here is
the poirt. In that particular market
customers prefer fowls with the heads
on. And here was a boxful, over 300
pounds, all dressed alike, all dressed as
the market does notwantthemdressed.
and shipped at well, at "any old time,
just when it happened tobe convenient
to kill them.
These people, after putting a whole
summer's work into goe raising, did
not take a paper in which thej- could.
read market quotations; did not look
for a market quotation to know where
to ship their geese, and did not stop to
inquire how best to prepare their ship
ment for the market. What would be
come of a commission merchant if he
were to do business so regardless of the
market? He would have to give up
business in short order. And I hate
to see the farmer or his wife lose the
full benefit of a yepr's work in this way,
Farmers do not watch the "market re
ports" page of their paper closely
enough. Maude Meredith, in Country
STRONG PLANK DRAG.
Tola Implement Dora EnTrctnnl Work
In Leveling; and Patting; the
Ground in Order.
The drag consists of four four by
four scantlings fastened together with
rocs, with small blocks two inches
thick between scantling, with rings on
the ends of the rods, hitched to by
ybursora Clear Head9
- POWERFUL. PLANK DRAG,
means of rods and ring or a chain and
ring. The slat is for the purpose of
lifting the drag to free it from rub
bish or stone. This drag carries fine
dirt along between the scantlings,
which fills up all low places and levels
the ground. A drag of this description,
eight feet long, is a good load for a
team of horses, without a harrow at
tached behind. If more weight is want
ed the man can ride the drag. It does
effectual work in leveling and putting
the ground in order. OhioF.rmer.
TIMELY CORN NOTES.
Have the Soil Well Bdaked Before
Planting and Fertilized wlUi
But even corn succeeds better if the
sod is well disked, before planting, and
will respond profitably to an ample
supply of stable manure.
Corn breeding has had great atten
tion of late, and there is a wide differ
ence in the value of seed corn, even of
old and well-known varieties. "
Corn succeeds better on newly
turned sod than any other crop, be
cause it is at first a surface feeder, and
can wait for the under soil to become
compact and the sod rotted.
Plant as soon as ground is warm
(May 10 to 20) in rows three to four
feet apart 18 inches apart, in row
leaving one stalk to the hill. This is a
good rule for either grain or silage.
It. pays to buy the best of seed. One
bushel of seed will plant eight acres.
That which will produce five additional
bushels per acre is therefore worth
about $20 per bushel more for seed than
the inferior article. Ilural World.
CALLED IT A BATTLE S0N0.
It May Hare Been aa "Ave Maria," Bat
the Painter Couldn't
Fat Matton for Export.
An exchange reports Mr. J. K. Winer
of Ohio, as of the opinion that fat mut
ton will be in demand for export.
Sheep and Iamb feeding is a good
game to suck to, provided the feeder
raises his own feed. We raise lots of
alfalfa and feed in conjunction with
ear corn. Never shell the corn a
least that is cur experience, and it
has been a profitable one. Th -rriin
lambs are the ones to buy. The feeder
gets the growth with them and will
make money by not finishing them
too much. Send them to market on
the liffht side, if anvthinc. is mv nnlirv
When buying feeding lambs, te sure
to pick those with open, loose fleeces.
They do better in the feed' lot than
Guests at musical parties are not com
tnonly expected to be especially attentive.
They may talk to any extent, dependent
largely on tee amiability ol their hostess.
But tne conduct of a foreign painter in New
iorK surprised nis nosiess tne otner mgnt,,
It also surorised the cruesta at this -enter.
tainment given in hia honor. lie was seat
ed in the front row, and wu the most con
cpicuous person in the room next to the
popular contralto, who had just begun to
sina:. Before she had finished the first verse
the guest of honor arose, walked to his
hostess, said gooct-mght, and prepared to
leave, relates the Xew York Sun.
"But you won't go now in the midst of
her song, faid the hoste. It i?an Ave
Miria.' It would embarrass fcer terribly."
By this time all ej'es1 were turned; on the
painter, but he seemed quite lnc'itterent.
"She may call it an 'Ave Maria,' " he
said. "1 should say it was a battle song.'
With that comment the painter left the
house. He has not been allowed to enter it
"They Waited" and "Saw."
Warren'a Corners, N. Y., April 20th.
ivj--:. 1 -r
uib tutu sve i ju ic iKfiutr uuiv, ui tuuibe,
Out the cure won t last.
This was what the doctors said to Mr,
A. B. Smith, of this place. These doctors
nau Deen treating him tor years, and be got
no better. They thought that nothing could'
permanently cure him. lie rays:
"My kidneys eeemed to be so large that
there wasn't room lor them, andi at times
it seemed as if ten thousand needles were
running througb them. I could' not sleep
on my left side for years, the pain was to
ereat in. that position i had to get up many
times to urinate, and my urine was- some
times clear and white as spring water, and
again it wouldt be high colored and would
stain m v linen. The pain across my back was
awtul. 1 was ravenous-Iv hunerv all the time
"After I had taken Dodd s Kidney Pills
for four day9 my kidneys painedimeso bad
I could hardly sit down. On- the morning
of the fifth day I felt some better, and the
improvement continued till I was complete
"As this was mon-ths ago, and I am still
feeling splendid, I know that my cure was
permanent and genuine.
Tired of It. Visitor "O, what a nicpsr-
rnf vnn'va irrif t TVr,- 'P.-.ll,.t T11 n.4
a cracker?" Parrot ,!0, come off ! I'm not
as green as 1 look. Chicago Inbune.
It Cares While Yon Walk.
Allen's Foot-Ease is a certain cure for hot,
sweatinc. callus, and swollen, aching feet.
Sold by all Druggists. Price 25c. Don't ac
cept any substitute. Irial package r Kifc..
Address Allen S. Olmsted, Le Roy, N. Y.
"Don't Man' arun tellin' how much yon
would have won if yon hoss had come in
fust." said Uncle Eben. "It's jes' ce same
as braggin' 'bout a dinner you didn't git
a cnance to eat. Washington b'.ar.
Stopa the Con pen.
and works off the cold. Laxative Bromo
Quinine Tablets. Price 25 cents
Talkers will refrain from evil nfakinn
when listeners refrain from evil hearing.
"The Ivlean, Kool. Kitchen Kind" of
stoves make no smcke, smell, soot, ashes or
excessive heat. Always look for trade mark.
On the road to success there i-s an urgent
Do not believe Piso's Cure for Consump
tion has an equal for coughs and colds. J.
F. Boyer, Trinity Springs, Ind., Feb. 15, 1900.
Silence is often the best apology. Chicago
Putnam Fadeless Dyes color more goods,
per package, than others.
The man who admits nothiag has nothing
to explain. Chicago Journal.
Opium and Liquor Ilahits Cared.
Book free. B. M.Woolley, M. D , At!uula,Ua.
Kvery man is the architect of his own
DYSPEPSIA OF WOMEN.
Airs. E. B. Bradshaw, of
Guthrie, Okla., cured of a severe
case by Lydia E. Pinkham's
A creat many women suffer with a
form of indigestion or dyspepsia which,
does not seem to yield to ordinary
medical treatment. While the symp
toms seem to be similar to those of
ordinary indigestion, yet the medi
cines universally prescribed do not
seem to restore the patient's normal
Mrs. Iinkham claims that there
is a kind of dyspepsia that is caused
by derangement of the female organ
ism, and which, while it causes dis
turbance similar to ordinary indiges
tion, cannot be relieved without a
medicine which not only acts as a
stomach tonic, but has peculiar uterine-
tonic effects as well.
Thousands of testimonial let
ters prove beyond question that
nothing-will relieve this distress
ing1 condition so surely as Lydia
IS. Pinkham's Vegetable Com
pound. It always works in har
mony with the female system.
Mrs. Pinkham advises sick
women free. Address Lynn, Mass.
One advantage of starting with ep-g-s
rather than fowls in securing a good
breed is that the risk of loss i
A lean and potash-hungry soil,
wasted seed, wasted labor and idle
gins A MORTGAGE. Or, plenty of
in the fertilizer, many bales and a
busy gin A BANK ACCOUNT.
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ners. We send
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I WORKS f&$?i&g&? I
Iiiiibii mil jib 1 TT Lv?Mui;i'"t!i' wns,
Depends to a large extent on pure blood, good dlges
tlon and a sound physical condition.
The farmer cannot afford to commence Spring work with his blood loaded with
Impurities or with a torpid liver or constipated bowels. When the sun gets warm,
if there are impurities in the blood they begin to spread their malignant influence
to every part of the system producing a drowsy, tired, lazy feeling. Work becomes
a severe task instead of a pleasure and the victim has to drive himself to his daily
duties. Unless this condition is corrected symptoms of a spell of sickness soon
appear. The appetite becomes variable, the breath foul, with bad taste in the
"mouth, occasional headache and feverishness, all of which gradually grows worse as
the days get warmer, and by the time hot weather sets in the victim finds that ho
can't work to amount to anything. He is weak, short-winded and his head swims
on the least exertion hence he is compelled to lose valuable time sitting around
home when he should be out looking after the harvesting of crops or other important
work. How long delayed the final breakdown will be is a question of strength, and
if the disease is allowed to progress until it undermines the constitution the end is
inevitable, in the meantime there is much suffering and expense. The proper
course to avoid this misery is to begin the season right, by thoroughly purifying the
blood, and cleansing and regulating the stomach, liver and bowels so that the
system will be equipped for hard work in hot weather. Prudent persons begin
taking a reliable system tonic and blood purifier with the first appearance of Spring,
and continue its use regularly until Summer begins. The expense of this "spring
cleaning" is trifling while the benefits are beyond estimate. The number of
persons who take a course of PRICKLY ASH BITTERS every year for this purpose
is increasing rapidly. As its great efficacy in purifying the blood and regulating the
system becomes more widely acknowledged it appeals to all good managers. Every
man who is a success in life is a good manager and nowhere is good management
more necessary than among the workers on the farm. A good manager not only
considers financial matters but he recognizes the close connection between health
and earning power. If he has not health ha cannot make money because the time
needed for labor is lbst in sickness. PRICKLY ASH BITTERS then is a money maker.
Used as a Spring tonic it purifies and enriches the blood, strengthens the digestive
organs, stimulates the kidneys, regulates the liver and bowels; in short, it puts the
system in complete order. When all the vital organs are active and the stomach
can digest and assimilate food properly the physical condition of the body is at its
best and a man's capacity for work is only limited to his strength.
PRICKLY ASH BITTERS is good for the whole family. It is good for sickly
children as it acts mildly on the liver and bowels, drives out worms or impurities,
promotes good appetite and digestion, sound sleep and a healthy growth. It is a
marvelous remedy for women and the ailments peculiar to their sex, establishes
regularity, cures constipation, heartburn and nervous weakness, sweetens the
breath, removes sallowriss and transforms the cross tired victim into a bright
cheerful woman with clear eye and the rosy bloom of health in the complexion.
SOLD EVERYWHERE AT S1.00 PER BOTTLE.
Unscrupulous dealers may offer ycu something which they
Don't take it; they want to Increase profits at your expense. Issi
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The LoDKtit Sentence.
A schoormasterivas giving his clas a les
son in grammar when Ee asked the boys to
tell him the longest sentence they had ever
read. There was silence for a minute or
two, but at last a small boy stood up and
eaidi he could remember the longest sen
tence he had erer read.
"Well, Tommy," said the teacher, "what
"Imprisonment for life," replied the boy.
N. Y. Tribune.
The diligent fostering of a canddd habit
of mind, even in trifles, is a matter of high,
moment, both to character arxJ opinions.
THE GENERAL MARKETS.
Kansas City, April 15.
CATTLE 15eef steers $t 00 5 10
Native stockers 3 50 5 00
Western steers 4 35
HOGS 5 60 p 7 27V$
SHEEP 4 50 5 50
WHEAT No. 2 hard 67M:3 68
No. 2 red 6SM:i 63
CORN No. 2 mixed SGVsfi) 37
OATS No. 2 mixed 33 334
RYE No. 2 45
FLOUR Hard winter pat... 3 25 3 50
Soft winter patents 3 20 3 30
HAY Timothy 7 00 &12 50
Prairie 4 50 10 00
BRAN 64' 65
BUTTER Fancy to extra .. 13 & 25
EGGS .'. 12
CHEESE Full cream 13 8 .144
POTATOES Home grown .. 25 40
CATTLE Beef steers 3 50 5 60
Texas steers 3 45 4 60
HOGS Butchers 7 25 & 7 45
SHEEP Natives 4 50 6 00
FLOUR Red winter pat 3 30 a 3 45
WHEAT No. 2 red 70?? 72
CORN No. 2 40Vif 40-
OATS No. 2 33 334
BUTTER Creamery 21 f? 2S
DRY SALT MEATS 9 S7i?il0 25
BACON 10 S7Ur311 25
CATTLE Steers 4 25 & 5 75
HOGS Mixed and butchers. 7 00 & 7 30
SHEEP Western 4 75 5 75
FLOUR Winter patents 3 00 3 70
WHEAT No. 2 red 77H
CORN No. 2 43?i 4t
OATS No. 2 32
RYE May 50
LARD May 9 80 9 S24
PORK May 17 8713 00
CATTLE Steers 4 80 g 5 75
HOGS 7 50 7 75
SHEEP 3 75 6 6 00
WHEAT No. 2 82 83H
CORN No. 2 51H
OATS No. 2 3Si
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Kvery mother has bright hopes for her baby.
These hopes depend on the health of the little
one during the first few years. A babylssur
to be well, fat and healthy if its health is looke
after. Baby's health depends on its netting;
through the teething period safely. Babies ar
generally affected with diarrhoea summer com
plaints when teething, which could be avoided
by using McGee's Baby Elixir to digest its food
and prevent its food from souring on its stomach.
McGee's Baby Elixir contains no opiate 3 or
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ll'nen Needed. McGee's Baby Elixir regu
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Baby Elixir will carry your baby through the
dangerous teething period; prevents and cures
fretfulness and feverishness; insures natural
rest and sleep.
McGee's Bmby Elixir. So harmless it should
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baby's digestion is out of order. Keep your
baby's bowels in good order to insure health.
Af cGee's Baby Elixir. Just as good in winter
as summer; also recommended todelicate women
for sick stomach. Price. 25 and 50c
The Mayfield Medicine Mfg. Co.. St. Louis.
Dear Sirs I have used McGee's Baby Elix'r
with my little girl, two years old. aal boy five
years old. for Summer Complaint and Sleepless
ness, caused from Bowel and stomach trouble,
with satisfactory results; advise all mothers to
keep it on hand for quick relief.
MRS. U. H. HICKS,
FREE TO WORSEN
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