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Women Made Strong and Happy
Catarrh of the Pelvic Organs is a Fre
quent Cause of Barrenness.
Pe-ru-na Eradicates Catarrh From the
TO the woman of ancient Israel not
to become a mother was regarded
as the greatest of earth ly calamities.
To become a mother more especially
the mother of a strong-, healthy boy
was the height of glory for the faithful
woman of the good old Bible days.
Even now, when maternity is not es
teemed as of yore, the mother of healthy
children is an object of admiration, and
sometimes envy, by her neighbors. As
compared with ancient peoples, the
average American woman has a low ap
preciation of motherhood. There are,
however, a great many exceptions to
The accompanying letters from grate
ful women who have been made strong,
healthy and happy mothers need no
added words of ours to make them con
vincing. Catarrh had weakened and
impaired their entire systems. Peruna
made them sound and well.
Mrs. Jj. M. Griffith, Arco, Idaho,
" Your medicine did me a wonderful
amount of good. It cured me of barren
ness. I am 30 years old and never had
any children ; but since beginningyour
A YOUNG MOTHER'S LETTER.
McRoberts, writes to Dr. Ilartman from Delano, Miss., the
.Doctors. B. Hart man, Columbus, Ohio:
Dear Sir: "I feel perfectly well of catarrh. I did as you directed me
to and took Peruna and Manalln. The third of March I gave birth to a
10-pound baby girl and we are both wetland happy. I am very thankful
to you, and Peruna saved my life. I recommend it to everyone and
can't praise it enough.
"I send you my own and my baby's picture. She is so sweet and
good, she Is a Peruna baby. I have such good health now. I do all my
housework and take care of my baby, and feel so good.
' There are three or four of my neighbors using Peruna now, since it
did me so much good. They were Just run down, and they think it is
fine. It is so good to give strength. "Mrs. W. McRoberts.
medicine I gave birth to a 10-pound
baby girl. She is now six months old
and weighs 25 pounds. My friends were
all surprised. Some woiild not believe
it until they came to see me.
My husband says he never saw such
a change in any one as there was in me
after I had taken three or four bottles of
Peruna. I am stronger than I have
been since I was quite young. God
bless you and your medjeine forever. I
can not tell you all. My letter is too
long already; but I will say Peruna
cured me. I never saw or heard of
anything half so good. I can never
thank you enough for your kindness.
In cases of la grippe it works like a
charm. It cured my baby when other
medicines failed. She was real bad with
la grippe." Mrs. L. M. Griffith.
Mrs. E. E. Thomas, Alpha, Mo.,
writes : "'"i
"I have used your Peruna and Mana-
HIS TIME WAS NOT UP.
And Falhrr Made II Ira Take Off Ilia
Good Clothes and Work An
other Half liar-
A man of a mercenary spirit had several
ton?, one of whom was on the eve of his
twenty-first birthday. The father had al
ways "been a strict disciplinarian, keeping
bis boji well under parental ehaige, allow
ing them few liberties and making them
work hard, relates Youth's Companion.
It was w ith a feeling of considerable sat
isfaction that the young man rote on the
morning of his birthday and began to collect
his personal belongings preparatory to start
ing out in the world.
The farmer, seeing his son packing hi
trunk, which he rigiitly judged to be evi
dence of the early loss of a good farmhand,
ttopped at the door of the young man'a
loom and asked wnat he was going to do.
The boy very promptly reminded his fath
er of the day of the month and the year, and
declared his intention of striking out in the
world on his own account.
"Not much you won't," shouted the old
man, "at least not for awhile, yet. You
wasn't born until after 12 o'clock, so you
can just take otf them good clothes and fix
to give me another half-day's work down in
the potato patch."
Everett, Mass. I received the
sample of Doan's Pills and they stop
ped all my trouble of pain in the back,
from which I have suffered for two
years. I am a sole-leather cutter, and
being on my feet and lifting heavy
dies all day, appreciate the hslp
Doan's Pills have given me. I feci
like a new man. Geo. A. BrxGEss,
103 Belmont Street.
St. Louis; Mo. Received sample,
and am on my first bottle from the
druggist they helped me wonder
fully. I had a feeling of wanting to
urinate all the time, and trouble in
passing, burning and itching. That is
all gone now.-and I feel thankful.
E. K. Steves son, 5351 Easton Ave.
Aspen, Colo.. April 10, 1903.
Doan's Kidney Pills accomplished
the desired result in my case relief
came the second day after I com
menced taking them. I was troubled
with retention and dribbling of the
urine. 2sow it is natural and free as
f ver in my life. D. L. Stafford.
Every day, every hour," lost in
sickness, represents so much money
out of your income.
If not in cash, then in life.
Do not allow yourself to get sick,
or, if sick, get well as fast as you
Ozomulsion relievo, pain in lungs,
liver, kidneys and stomach. Aids
digestion. Improves appetite. Re
stores lost health.
It does it because
IT IS A FOOD,
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Writes Hrs. W. McRoberts.
! I W fell! J
lin. I had been doctoring for several
years, but kept getting worse. One day
a neighbor woman brought me your
book, the " Illsof Life," and wanted me
to take your medicine. I told her that
I had given up all hope of ever getting
well. I had tried so much medicine.
My neighbors thought I was nearly
dead with consumption.
' Finally I concluded that I would
make a last trial. So my husband got
me a bottle of Peruua and Manalin. I
commenced taking them according to
directions. That was twoyears ago. A
year ago last November I gave birth to
a 10-pound baby boy, who is well and
hearty ; and I am doing my own house
work. I can never give Peruna too
great praise. I think it is the best med
icine I ever heard of." Mrs. E. E.
s If 3ou do not derive prompt and satis
factory results from the use of Peruna,
Dr. Patton was delivering a lecture recent
ly in his course on ethics at the Princeton
Theological seminary and experienced much
annoyance because some of the students ate
peanuts instead of attending to him. Final
ly hf administered this rebuke: "Gentle
men, 1 have delayed starting the most im
portant part of to-day's lecture hoping that
the stock of peanuts would be consumed and
a restful quiet be restored. As the quantity
seems ample to meet the demands ami the
supply appears inexhaustible, 1 feel con
strained to request that your appetites be
restrained until the conclusion of the lec
ture. I would be greatly pleased if in the
future anyone wishing to conduct a five
o'clock tea in the classroom would confine
the refreshments to sponge cake." Indian
Did ft Ever Occur to Von
to note the rapid development of East
Tesa? as a truck and fruit-growing coun
try!' No? Then write for the pamphlet
'"'timely Topics No. 2" and become con
vinced that the resources of Texas are il
limitable .Addres "Katy," 500 Wain
wright, St. Louis, Mo.
Nell "Would you marry a man just be
cause he happened to be rich?'' Bess "Of
course not. But, then, 1 would try awfully
hard to get him to marry me." Comic Cuts.
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limb swelling3 and dropsy signs vanish.
They correct urine with brick dust sediment, high
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wetting. Doan's Kidney Pills remove calculi and
gravel. Relieve heart palpitation, sleeplessness,
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"I Do All My House
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Care of My Baby
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Address Dr. Ilartman, President of
The Ilartman Sanitarium, Columbus,
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They tell a good one on a prominent real
estate man of Waurika. Some time ago ht
carried a prospector over on Beaver Creek
to show hira a certain claim. lie told the
man that it was an exceptionally- line claim;
that the land did not overflow, and that
he would sell it to turn for H,X. Ahe man
looked around and ditcovered some red
miid wav ud in a tree and asked the real
estate man what caused that mud in tha
tree tops if the land did not overflow. 1 he
agent promptly replied that there was a
kind of hog raised over in the Chickasaw
country which used to range on the creek
and that they rubbed the mud on the trees.
The prospector took a look over the land,
f lanced up in the tree again, and told the
Vaurika man that he wouldn't take the
claim, but that he would give him $4,000
for a couple of those hogs Kansas City
A case of toadstool poisoning at Wichita
leads a correspondent to ask tor some "re
liable recipe whereby one may tell the mush
room from the toadstool." We believe that
the only reiiablo test of these plants wa
given by the late Art emus Ward "if you
eat 'em and live, they're mushrooms: if you
eat 'em and die, they're toadstools." And
this is so simple and leliable that it ought
to be in use in every family. Kansas iCiy
Burlington Junction, Mo. I
received sample of Doan's Pills and
they are all that is claimed, tbey re
lieved a pain in my back, and did all
that was represented. C. C. Rat,
R. F. D. No. 1.
Tatlorsvtixe, JIisp. No man can
tell the good of Doan's Kidney Pills
until he tries them for a weak back.
I tried everything and got no relief
until I used Doan's Pills. J. N.
"West Branch. Mien.. Anril 11th.
( Many thanks for the sample of Doan's
Kidney Pills. We had tried many
remeuies wuu juue uenent Dut louuu
Doan's act promptly, and hit thecasc,
which was an unusual desire to urinate
had to get up five and six times of
a night. 1 think Diabetes was well
under way, the feet and ankles
swelled. There was an intense pain in
the back, the heat of which would
feel like putting one's hand up to a
lamp chimney. I have used the free
trial and two full boxes of Doan's Pills
with the satisfaction of feeling that I
am cured. They are the remedy par
excellence. B. F. Ballard.
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STRONG HOG SCAFFOLD.
I (a Denltraer Considers It Good nil
Uandjr Thins a a Has Ever
In my visits to many farm houses
in this countrj- I noted many home
made scatroldb on which to hang hogs
after they are killed and scalded, but
the one shown in accompanying figure,
and which I u&e myself, I consider as
handy and practical as any. It can be
moved anywhere, even in tSe smoke
house, and if made out of good sea
soned timber and painted it will last
a lifetime. It will hold five hogs weigh
ing 300 pounds each.
One can buy five large hooks, or have
a blacksmith make them, at a very
small cost; these are to hook over the
beam, A. on which to hang the hogs.
The top piece, A, is a chestnut scant-
STRONG AND EASILY MADE.
ling. "x4 inches and 6 feet 10 inches
long; this piece has two mortises, three
inches from center, as shown in the
cut. The two upright pieces, B. are
hardwood scantlings 2x4 inch.-s
and live feet eight inches long. These
have a mortise at top two inches
wide and four inches deep; also
a mortise at bottom one inch
deep and four inches long. These
pieces also have a mortise
IV. inches, two feet five inches from
center to the upper end, for the tenon
of brace, D, to go into. These pieces
also have a mortise two feet from low
er end for brace. E, to set in. The sills.
C, are 2x4 inches and two feet four
inches long. They have a mortise in
center four inches wide and one inch
deep; also a mortise nine inches fro.n
center, for brace, K, to set into. D is
a brace l'ixlVi inches and three frtct
four inches long, including tenon which
is 1 Y2l'j inches square and four inches
long. K is a brace 2x3 inches and one
foot 11 inches long.
All that is required to put this scaf
fold together are two one-fourth-inch
bolts, five inches long, to bolt the beam,
A, to the upright pieces, 1. and J6 six
penny nails and two bolts three inches
long to hold B to Cat bottom. I have
found it very handy on a bad day. for
one can set it in some building to hang
the hogs on: it is also handy 1o hang
sheep on to butcher. Charles E. Cum
mins, in Ohio Farmer.
HINTS FOR FEEDERS.
In Some- Cases Grinding; Fed fsrr
Stock, rays, in Others It Is n
AVaate of Labor.
Prof. Henry, of the University of
Wisconsin, gives the following ad
vice regarding ground feed for
stock: "This subject is a difficult
one to discuss owing to the great
variety of conditions existing as to
both grain and animals. Directions
are here given which may serve to
guide the feeder in his practice:
For horses which are out of the sta
ble during the day and worked hard,
all grain, with the possible excep
tion of oats, should be ground. For
those at extremely hard work, all
grain should be ground anil mixed
with chaffed hay. For idle horses,
oats or corn should not be ground,
nor need the hay or straw be
chaffed. A cow yielding a large flow
of milk should be regarded as a hard
working animal and her feed pre
pared accordingly. Fattening steers
and pigs may be crowled more rap
idly with intal than with whole
grain, though there is more danrer
attendant upon its use. Sheep worth
feeding can always grind their own
grain. In general idlp animals and
those having ample time for masti
cation, rumination and digestion do
not need their grain or roughage
prepared as carefully as do those
with only limited time for tlje es
sential operations. Experiments
quite generally show increased gains
from grinding grain, but in many
cases they are not sufneferrf to pay
the cost of grinding."
n rarkinK Hnnar I'rodiict.
A new packing house product has
been placed on the market at a whole
sale price said to be $7,000 the pound.
This medical substance is derived from
a small gland in meat-making ma
terials, located in the region of the kidneys-
It is possessed of most wonder
ful astringent properties and in very
minute quantities diluted with water
is used in operatins on the eye, nose,
throat and ear. So powerful is this
substance that one part dissolved in
100,Kj() parts of water may be quickiy
and readily detected by a simple test.
The solution being applied to the deli
cate structures of the parts named en
tirely prevents bleeding. The active
principle of this new drug is called
Euprerenaline. Breeders' Gazette.
Dangrer in Clone Pastarinft.
The leaves are the laboratories in
which the plant food is elaborated and
from which the plant substance is sent
to all parts of the plant. The roots of
grass store substances which prepare
the plant for a vigorous growth the
following year. If the leaves are de
stroyed by pasturing tco t-losely dur
ing the early growing season- when
this transfer of substance from leaves
to roots takes place then the plant is
temporarily weakened. The most pro
ductive pastures I have ever seen have
Invariably been those that have not
been too closely pastured. Many of the
best pastures are not used at all until
September, but this method isnot prac
ticable in all cases. Farmer's Voice.
In normal colonies the queen ceases
Ho tt Pat Lsat Mi Beauty.
" "At the Art Students' league, where I
tudied in 18S4 and 1885," laid C. D. Gib
con, the illustrator, "there used to pote
for me an extremely unprepossessing Irish
man. Thi fellow was askea by a young girl
one day how he came to be so ugly.
" 'You see, mi.' he replied, 'it came
about like this. When I was a baby there
wasn't a prettier, sweeter child in all lre
land, and I should have ftrown up to be a
very handsome and attractive man by
right;; but my mother put me out to nurse,
and the nurse changed me for the tiglv, ill
favored creature that I am." X. Y. Trib
Feels Yoangrer and Stronger.
Festus, Mo., May 4th. Mr. January S.
Lilly, a highly respected old gentleman,
aged 76, ana whose home is in Festus, says:
"For many years 1 was failiug in health.
My kidnej a were weak and gave me no end
of trouble. I had pains in niy back and
hips so bad that I could not sit up straight
without bracing my back, ami could not sit
only a few minutes in any one position.
"1 had to get up during every night very
frequently to relieve myself.
"Our doctor said I had Kidney and Blad
der Inflammation. I have suffered for over
five years in this way, always worse at night.
"I could get no relief and Mas getting
worse till I used Doxid's Kidney Pills.
"After I had used a few boxes of this rem
edy I felt stronger and better than I have,
for years rnd years. My pains all left me
and 1 can rest and sleep.
"Every old man or woman who feel as I
felt should use Dodd's Kidney Pills, and 1
am sure they will not be disappointed. They
brought me out wonderfully.
The Place for It. "What are you snort
ing about?" aked the young walrus of the
old one, who was perusing a scrap of news
paper. "Here's a doctor who says 'it's un
healthy to go into the water after a meal.
How would we get it if we didn't ?" Phila
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One size smaller after using Allen'a Foot
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AddTess A. S. Olmsted, Le Roy, N. Y.
The Professor Have you had any mu
sical education at all?
Prospective Pupil Oh, yes, sir! I can
pronounce Paderewski. Tchaikowski and
GabiilowHseh. Woman's Home Compan
ion. Piso's Cure for Consumption is an infalli
ble remedv for coughs and colds. N. W.
Samuel, Ocean Grove, N. J., Feb. 17, 1900.
Not Strikingly Noble. "So your daughter
is going to marry a nobleman." "Yes, ' an
swered Mr. Cumrox; "but he's only a noble
man by profession. Personally I mu.t say
he strikes me as a pretty common sort."
June Tint Butter Color makes top of the
The man who rails at matrimony in public
usually deserves the sort of wife" he has.
Stops the Consrli
nnd works off the cold. Laxative Bromo
Quinine Tablets. Price 25 cents
It matbe foolish to struggle against the
inevitable, but we all have more or less ad
miration for the man who refuses to let it
knock him out in the first round. Puck.
Opium and Llqnor Habits Cared.
Book free. B. M.Woolley, M. D , Atlanta, Ga.
Spend to earn rather than earn to spend.
N. Y. Observer.
You cannot convince a man by heaping
abase on him. Chicago Journal. -
It's a cold day for a clerk when he gets
fired. Chicago Daily News.
While one man waits for a job another
goes and finds it. Chicago Journal.
The future destiny of the child is always
the work of the mother. Napoleon.
The wise are polite all the world over;
fools are polite only at home. Bacon.
Both man and womankind belie their na
ture when they are not kind. Bailey.
A laugh, to be joyous, must flow from a
joyous heart, for without kindness there can
Le no true joy. Carlysle.
Hotel Keeper "Have you given that man
his bill?'' Waiter "Yes." Hotel Keeper
"Impossible! Why, he's whistling still."
"Mamma, mamma, Georgie struck me on
the chin!" "Why did he do that?"
" 'Cause he couldn't reach my nose."
Cleveland Plain Dealer.
He Was Moved. "Did the notes of the
bird move you?" asked the poetic girl.
"Yes," replied the young man. "I used to
call on a young lady and every time the
cuckoo announced the hour of ten I went
home." Chicago Daily News.
Grover "What did you say to your wife
when you got home last night?" Wilder
"Oh, I didn't have to say anything. She
was fully able to furnish all the conversa
tion that the occasion seemed to require."
"I have no doubt you have heard some
tories to my discredit," he said. "I don't
like to put it in that way," she quietly re
plied. "How then?" he hopefully asked.
"I have never heard any stories to your
credit," said she. Cleveland Plain Dealer.
a dose of
Bitters at night when you
go to bed and you
and vigorous next morning. It will
insure you a copious and healthy
movement of the bowels, improved
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Mrs. Tupman, a prominent
lady of Richmond, Va., a great
sufferer with woman's troubles,
tells how she was cured.
"For some years I suffered with,
backache, severe bearing-down pains,
leucorrhoea, and falling of the womb.
I tried many remedies, but nothing
gaTe any positive relief.
"I commenced taking L,ydia E.
Plnkham's Vegetable Compound
in June, 1901. When I had taken the
first half bottle, I felt a vast improve
ment, and have now taken ten bottles
with the result that I feel like a new
woman. When I commenced taking
the Vegetable Compound I felt all
worn out and was fast approaching"
complete nervous collapse. I weighed
only 98 pounds. Now I weigh 109
pounds and am improving every day.
1 gladly testify to the benefits re
ceived." Mrs. R. C. Tupman, 423 West
30th St., Richmond, Va, $5000 forfeit ff
original of above letter proving genuineness cannot
AVhen a medicine has been suc
cessful in more than a million
cases, is it justice to yourself to
say, without trying: it, I do not
believe it would, help me?"
Surely you cannot wisli to re
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Mrs. Pinkham, whose address
is Liynn, Mass., will answer cheer
fully and w ithout cost all letters
addressed to her by sick women.
Perhaps she has just the knowl
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try her to-day it costs nothing.
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Every mother ha bright hopes for her baby.
These hopea depend on the health of the little
one during the first few years. A baby is sure
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by using McGee's Baby Elixir to digest its food
and prevent its food from souring on its stomach.
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fretfulness and feverishness; insures natural
rest and sleep.
McCee's Baby Elixir. So harmless it should
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cure. It can never do anything but good, so do
not hesitate to use it if there are any signs that
baby's digestion is out of order. Keep your
baby's bowels in good order to insure health.
McGee's Baby Elixir. Just as good in winter
as summer ; also recommended to delicate women
for sick stomach. Price, 25 and 50c.
The aiayfield Medicine Mfg. Co., St. Louis.
Dear Sirs I have used McGee's Baby EHaT
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years old. for Summer Complaint and Sleepless
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