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THOUSANDS HAVE KIDNEY
TROUBLE AND PONT KNOW IT
To Prove What Swamp-Root, the Great Kidney Remedy, Will do
for YOU, Every Reader of Our Paper May Have a Sample
Bottle Sent Free by Mail.
Weak and unhealthy kidneys are responsible
for more sickness and suffering than any other
disease, therefore, when through neglect or other
causes, kidney trouble is permitted to continue,
fatal results are sure to follow.
Tour other organs may need attention but your
kidneys most, because they do most and need at
If you are sick or feel badly," begin taking
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, the great kidney,
liTer and bladder remedy, because as scon as your
kidneys begin to get better they will help all the
other organs to health. A trial will convince any
The mild and immediate effect of
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, the great
kidney and bladOer remedy, is soon
realized. It stands the highest for its
wonderful cures of the most distress
ing cases. Swamp-Root will set your
whole system right, and the best proof
of this is a trial.
14 East 120th St., Nfw York City.
DhakSips: Oct. 15th, 1903.
" I had heen suffering severely from kidney
trouble. All symptoms were on hand; my former
. strength and power had left uie; I could hardly
drag myself along. Even my mental Capacity was
fiving out. and often I wished to die. It was then
saw aa advertisement of yours in a New York
paper, but would not have paid any attention to it,
Jiad it not promised a sworn guarantee with every
bottle of your medicine asserting that jour
Swamp-Root is purely vegetable, and does not
contain any harmful drugs. I am seventy years
aud four months old, and with a good conscience
I can recommend Swamp-Root to all suBerers
from kidney troubles. Four members of my
family have been using Swamp-Root for four
different kidney diseases, with the same good
With many thanks to you, I remain,
Very truly yours,
You may have a sample bottle of this
famous kidney remedy, Swamp-Root,
sent free by mail, postpaid, by which
you may test its virtues for such dis
orders as kidney, bladder and uric acid
diseases, poor digestion, when obliged
to pass your water frequently night and
day, smarting or irritation in passing,
brick-dust or sediment in the urine,
head ache, back ache, lame back, dizzi
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ness, sleeplessness, nervousness, heart
disturbance due to bad kidney trouble,
skin eruptions from bad blood, neural
gia, rheumatism, diabetes, bloating, ir
ritability, wornout feeling, lack of am
bition, loss of flesh, sallow complexion,
or Bright s disease.
It your water, when allowed to re
main undisturbed in a glass or bottle
for twenty-four hours, forms a secu
ment or settling, or has a cloudy ap
pearance, it is evidence that your kid
neys and bladder need immediate at
Swamp-Root is the great discovery
of Dr. Kilmer, the eminent kidney and
bladder specialist. Hospitals use it
with wonderful success in both slight
and severe cases. Doctors recommend
it to their patients and use it in their
own families, because they recognize
in Swamp-Root the greatest and most
Swamp-Root is pleasant to take and
is for sale the world over at druggists
in bottles of two sizes and two prices
fifty-cent and one-dollar. Don't make
any mistake, but remember the name,
Swamp-Root, Dr. Kilmer s Swamp
Root, and the address, Binghamton, N,
Y., on everj' bottle.
the slightest symptoms of kidney or
ot it in your family history, send at once
Y.. who will gladly send you by mail, im-
Stock taking every day is a great aid
to advancement. fctor and add yourself
up at the close of each day, and 'c-e if you
have anything to carry over. If you have
nothing but tinners to carry over, some
thing is wrong somewhere. Success.
Honesty is a warrant of far more safety
than fame. ielthani.
Burning ideas are not the
scalding ones. Ram's Horn.
lie is a fool who milks no wisdom from
adversity. Chicago Tribune.
A heavy conscience cannot be used for
ballast. N. O. Times-Democrat.
We hear the rain fall, but not the
snow, liitter grief is loud, calm grief ia
Genius is the father of a heavenly line,
but the mortal mother, that is industry.
Tom "Can you suggest colors for our
football team? ' Edith "Yes; black and
blue." t. 1'aul Pioneer Press.
Mabel "Did lie stutter when he pro-
Sosed?" Kthel "Xo 1 don't think so."
label "Really? lie must have im
proved ! " Punch.
Thoughtlessness is never an excuse for
wrong doing. Our hasty actions disclose,
as does nothing else, our habitual leei-
ings. W. T. Taylor.
Resl Fame. "He is said to le a famous
man. Me 5o lamous that wjien you
tell v ho lie is you don't have to tell what
he is." Town Topics.
lie "And so, as I didn't know what
the leopard would be up to next, I shot
him on the 8pot." .She "How very ci
ting! And which snot did you shoot
him on?" Punch.
"John, dear," said the sick man's wife,
'I'll have to run away from you for an
hour or so to-day. I have to get the ma
terial for a new dress that the dress
maker "' "But," complained the sick
man. "do you think it is right for you
to be thinking of dre;8 while I am so
sick?" "Why. John, it will be all right,
no matter what happens. It's 11 black
1 dress." Philadelphia Press.
Miss Whiltaker, a prominent
club woman of Savannah, GaM
tells hov she was entirely cured
of ovarian troubles by the use
of LydiaE. Pinkham's Vegetable
Dear Mrs. Pinkham : I heartily
recommend L.ylia IS. IinkliamV.
Vegetable Compound an a Uterine
Tonic and Regulator. I suffered for
four years with irregularities and
Uterine troubles. No one but those
vrho have experienced this dreadful
agony can form any idea cf the physi
cal and mental misery those endure
-who are thus afflicted. Your Vege
table Compound cured me within
three months. I was fully restored to
health and strength, and now ray
periods are reg-ular and painless.
What a blessing it is to be. able to
obtain such a remedy when so many
doctors fail to help yon. L.ylia I-j.
Pinkham's Vegetable Coin pound
is better than any doctor or medicine
I ever had. Very truly yours, Miss
East Whit-taker, CO 30th St, W.
Savannah, Ga." ssooo forfeit if original of
abotv letter proving genuineness cannot be produced.
The testimonials whicb we
are constantly publishing: from
jrratef ul women prove bevond a
doubt t-he power of Lydia 12.
Pinkbam's Vegetable Compound
to conquer female diseases.
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DISTEMPER IN CATTLE.
If Taken Early, the Disease Cas B
Cheeked Readily and a Car
The first symptom of cattle distem
per usually noticed is .swelling of the
throat, especially the throat glands.
It Is more common with young ani
mals than older ones, but may attack
cattle at any age. The swelling comes
suddenly, often within 24 hours, and
is generally severe. It is preceded by
discharges from the eyes and nose,
accompanied with some fever. The
swelling gradually increases in size
until an abscess containing a thick yel
low pus forms. Often two or three
of these abscesses form about the
throat, on the side of the head, or
along on the jaw. The distemper ap
pears to be somewhat contagious, but
not especially so. - If taken early, cat
tle distemper may be relieved ordi
narily by rubbing the parts thorough
ly two or three times daily with a lini
ment made with equal parts of tur
pentine, kerosene oil and alcoholic
tincture of camphor. This rubbing
should be kept up faithfully until the
swelling is entirely scattered. If,
however, the swelling progresses too
far, and abscesses form, they should
be opened with a lancet, and the open
ing well washed out twice a day with
soap suds, made of castile soap and
warm water. Let it partially dry, and
then apply freely a solution of blue
vitriol of the strength of a tablespoon
ful of vitriol dissolved in half a pint
of water. Continue this process until
a cure is entirely effected. T. E. Rich
er, in Epitomist.
SHELTER FOR STOCK.
Plan Adopted by a Tennessee Firmer
Which Seems Both Plausible
I shelter all kinds of stock nicely in
or near my barn. Plan of stables and
pastures is as shown. Six horses
have stalls as shown, grain mangers
siding together, a straight trough an
swering lor nay. Each stall has a
door opening into a fenced yard, each
end of which has a gate, as shown.
The opened gate is to the horse run.
The roadway from the street and
residence runs down to the open gate,
through the fenced yard to the hall.
To the left of the hall is a stairway;
to the right a passage, in iront is a
feed box with wheels on track, which
is pushed from crib at opposite end.
Four cow tie-ups, are shown, mangers
and gutter. A door opens in rear to
fenced Inclosures or to pasture and
GEXERAL PURPOSE BARN
wood lot as desired. A similar
in sheepfold answers the same
In a lot on side of sheepfold and
crib, the boars are pastured, while hi
another lot beyond, adjoining the crib.
fattening hogs are kept. Adjoining the
fattened hog lot, crib and horse pas
ture is a lot for brood sows. Troughs
for feeding grain are shown at b, hay
racks at c, and holes through which
grain is fed from truck box, at e. The
sides along track hall are boarded up
close, except for the doors. Roughage
is fed from the floor above through
holes cut for the purpose. W. II.
Stumpe, in Farm and Home.
AVhy Holes Get Mischievons.
The way to avoid having mischiev
ous hogs is to keep them from getting
so hungry ti.at they are tempted to
1- o, i,
in i-t v 1 iiiiiiikii 1 tt. 1 1 v r aiita urri.ijinr run- 1
firmed roaniers. It is the underfed hog
, ., ....
that is troublesome. A good many hog-
raisers think that grass is enough for
growing pig, and so it is if the pig
has enough of it; but overstocked hog
pastures are a very common thing.
While the grass looks to be plentiful.
there is not enough of the kind the
pigs will ca(. A pig pasture must
contain plenty of succulent grass, oth
erwise it might as well have none. At
this season the succulence is on the
wane, and a daily feed of corn is the
thing. Whatever may be true of feed
ing cattle grain on grass, it is certain
that pigs will pay for it in growth,
and it keeps them out of mischief.
which can easily be expensive.
Teeth and Sknll of Viisn.
According to Mr. Schwartzkopf, of
the Minnesota station, the order of
succession of teeth in our precocious
pigs runs the same as in the primitive
hog. The times when the teeth appear
are variable, according to race, feed
ing and health. The same breeds,
raised under the same conditions, will
show the same appearance. The form
of the skull depends upon nutrition,
health, and more or less employment
of certain muscles of the head and
neck. Skulls of poorly nourished pigs
are long and more slender than from
those wen nourished. Figs that are
prevented from rooting will acquire a
short, high and rounded head, while
those that are . forced to root to se
cure a portion of their food will de
velop a long and slender form of held.
New Form of Hon? Cliolera.
A form of thi3 disease, not caused by
germs, ana wjch cannot be distin
guished from the true hog cholera, has
been discovered in Iowa, Animals
tatch it by coming into contact with
Ihose which are diseased. It takes about
,?even days after exposure for it to de
velop, and it is frequently . fatal in
about seven days more. This particu
lar form of hog cholera may be pre
vented by the same means which are
effective in dealing with the ordinary
form of the disease the isolation of
sick animals and disinfection of all in
fected lots wth carbolic acid and lime.
Farm and Home.
Really sound horses of good and
kind disposition are scarce. If we get
oue we ought to stick to it as long-
as the animal is able to -work.
CURIOUS FOOD COMPOUND.
Old Bones, Alam, Flint and Sulphnrio
Acid for Ralslnv Bread.
Housekeepers have recently been so
licited by some of the grocers and by
pfcddlers to try another kind of baking
powder "cheaper and just as good," as
they say. This is another scheme of
some baking powder manufacturer to
I get a new brand on the market by offer
ing the grocer a large profit. House
keepers are not usually much benefited
by such changes. Alum baking pow
ders are generally low priced, but they
are well known to be detrimental to
health. Large quantities of one of
them were recently seized in New York,
being found to be largely composed of
sharp-pointed grains of ground flint
land sulphuric acid!
Most of the so-called phosphate pow
ders are mixed with alum. The manu
facturer of a phosphate powder has pat
ented the process of making the princi
pal icgredient of his powder from bones
digested with sulphuric acid.
Housekeepers do not want such mix
tures in their food. They should never
encourage peddlers nor admit testers
or alleged experimenters in food within
their doors, and when buying baking
powder should get a brand well known
to be made of cream of tartar, which is
a healthful product cf the grape.
One of Them.
"I am sorry to hear. your unfortunate
nephew has been closed out by the
sheriff," said the friend of the family.
'Have you any idea what his liabili
ties are?" .
"Yes; I've an idea he's liable to call
on me fur help about the fust thing
he does," re marked Uncle Silas.
His Opinion of the Fish.
"That summer boarder caught some
fish this morning," said Mrs. Corntos
sel. "Says he threw in his line into
a school of 'em."
"Any fish that was foolish enough
to let him catch 'em didn't belong to
a school." rejoned her husband. "Tha
must have been an asylum.
Reads 1.1 We n. Miracle.
Frlarsuoint. Miss.. Nov. 30. The But
ler case still continues to be the talk of
the town. Mr. G. L. Butler, the father
ot the little boy. says:
"The doctor said my boy had' disease
of the spinal chord, and treated hira for
Uvo month?, aunng which he got worse
all the time. Finally, the doctor told me
he did not Know what "was the trouble
The boy would wake up during the night
and say that he was dying, lie would be
nervous and trembling and would want
to run from the hou?e, saying he saw ugly
things which fngiiiened him. Alter we
had tried everything else, I read an ad
vertisement of lJodd's Kidnev Pills as
cure for Nervous trouble?. I purchased
some and used them until he had taken al
together cignt boxes-, wnen he was sound
and well, with not a single symptom ol
the old trouble. Tins was some month
aero, and 1 leel sure that he is permanent!?
cured. XYc owe lo Dodd's Kidney Pills all
the credit for his restoration to good
A clergyman in Xew Jersey hired a man
to act in the capacity cf coachman and
gardener. One day the clergyman bought
a Dottle ot norse ointment, ana tola tne
man to apply it to a lame horse according
to the c.irections on the bottle.
About an hour afterward he went to
the barn, and found Sila industriously dip
ping a spike into tne liniment and then
rubbing it against the horse s leg.
What are you doing that lor: he
The man looked up with a emile of assur
"Because, said he, twas what it said
in tne direction on tne oottie: out it, f
"1011 must have made a mistake, said
"I have not, answered the man, in anag
crieved tone. "It savs here on the hottle:
'Apply with a large nail or tootn-orusn,
and a-s 1 had' no tooth brush, I thougat 1 d
better use this spike.
WATCH IN THE SPRING.
And the Spring; in the Watch, Bnl
the Jeweler Didn't Grasp
the SItnatlon. v
While pkknicking with a crowd in
be country t'.'.'e other day. savs the .Ioi.
lin - News-Herald. -Arch Shade accidentally
dropped his watch in a spring, and quit
raturally it has since reluscd to run. lie
took the timepiece to a jeweler, and the
following conversation ensued:
. r . n
Heres mv watcn; can you hx it
"What's the matter Did you break the
"No; the spring broke the watch."
The man wondered, but proceeded to ex
amine the injured article.
"The spring is broken," he h'nal'y an
nounced. "Xo wonder," said Arch; "I dropped the
watch in it."
"It began to dawn upon the jeweler that
the young man was certainly insane, and
just as he was- glancing around for some
avenue of escape Arch explained the situa
"Do you love my daughter?"
''Well, no; not just yet. You see, I'm a
cautious man, and I'm just at the point
where I feel that I could love her without
any trouble. How much ot a dowry does
she get: Chicago lost.
A friend if a man with whom you can
go camping twice. Chicago Tribune.
ANOTHER LIFE SAVED.
Mrs. G. W. Fooks, of Salisbury, Md.,
wife of G. W.
Fooks, Sheriff i
: 4 t. K
1 ,j w 1111 iYiuii:jr
il complaint for
. - -1 . 1 x
eigni years, x
felt tired and
short of breath
and was trou
bled with bloat
ing after eat
ing, and my limbs were badly swollen.
One doctor told me it would finally turn
to Brighfs disease. I was laid up at
one time for three weeks. I had not
taken Doan's Kidney Pills more than
three days when the distressing aching
across my back disappeared, together
with the other symptoms.""
For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents.
Foster Milburn Co , Buffalo, N. Y.
lag the Cause.
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Hail Orders Filled. Catalogue FREE.
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OBJECT OF THE HOME.
Women Who .Are Always Flshtlnm
Dost 91 ay Adopt a Suarses
tlon from This.
The truest homes are often in houses
not especially well kept, where the com
fort and happiness of the inmates, rather
than extreme tidiness and the preserva
tion of the furniture, Is first consulted.
The object of the home is to be the cen
ter, the pivot on which the family life
turns, says Cooking School. The first
requisite is to make it so attractive that
none of its members shall care to lin
ger long outside its limits. All legiti
mate means should be employed to this
end, and no effort spared that can con
tribute to this purpose. There are many
houses called homes, kept with such
waxy neatness by painstaking, anxious
women, that are so oppressive in their
nicety as to exclude all home feeling
from their spotless precincts. The very
name of home is synonymous with per
sonal freedom and relaxation from care;
But neither of these can be felt where
such a mania for external cleanliness
pervades the household as to render
everything subservient thereto. Many
housewives, if they see a speck on the
floor, rush at it as if it were the seed of
pestilence, which must be removed on
the instant. Their temper depends up
on the maintenance of perfect purity and
order. If there be any failure on their
part or any combination of circum
stances against them, they fall into a
pathetic despair, and can hardly be lifted
out. They do not see that cheerfulness
is more needed at home than all the
spotlessness that ever shone. Their dis
position to wage war upon immaculate
ness of any sort increases until they
become slaves of the broom and dustpan.
Neatness is one thing and a state of per
petual housecleaning quite another.
Out of this grows by degrees the feel
ing that certain things and apartments
are too good for daily use. Hence chairs
aud sofas are covered and rooms shut up,
save for special occasions, when they are
permitted to reveal their violated sa
credness in a manner that mars every
pretense of hospitality. Nothing
should be bought which is considered
too fine for the fullest domestic appro
priation. Far better is the plainest fur
niture on which the children can climb
than satin and damask, which must be
viewed with reverence. When any
thing is reserved or secluded, to disguise
the fact is extremely difficult. A chill'
air wraps it round, and the repulsion of
strangeness is experienced by the most
Home is nQt a name, nor a form, r.or
a routine. Material and method will not
and cannot make it. It must get its light
and sweetness from those who inhabit it,
from flowers and sunshine, from the
sympathetic natures which, in their ex
ercise of sympathj can lay aside the
tyranny of the broom and the awful duty
of endless scrubbing.
Why Io We Die?
Vital statistics classified show the re
spiratory organs to be the feeble point
in man. Diseases of the lungs are out
of all proportion in fatality. Take Tay
lor's Cherokee ltemedy of Sweet Gum
and Mullein for coughs, colds and con
sumption. At druggists, 2oc.i 50c, and $1.00 a
Candor ia the rarest virtue cf sociability.
Have, your cake, muffins and tea biscuit home
made They will be fresher, cleaner, more tasty and
Royal Baking Powder helps the house wife to
produce at home, quickly and economically, fine and
tasty cake, the raised hot biscuit, puddings, the
frosted layer cake, crisp cookies, crullers, crusts and
muffins, with which the ready-made food found at
the bake-shop or grocery does not compare
Royal is the greatest of bake-day helps
Feel bad today?
Over-eating-, working- and drinking- may have caused it, or you
may have caught cold. Makes you feel mean bad taste and
a headache. Go upon our advice just once and take
No mercurial or pill poison in
harmless, purely vegetable
potent. They taste good and
Any druggist, 10c, Z5c, 50c.
Stone In the Kidnjr. Stones In the Trine. rr Bladder
and all Stomach Troubl9resalrlr a-from Billonncsn.
not keep It. order from on. WJ1. CRAF.HEK.
Is a vegetable wine, scientifically prepared, of wonderful curative merit. All
I female diseases yield m&tricallT to this powerful tonic. Ask your druggist to
k order it. PULLEN-RICHARDSON CHEMICAL. CO.. St. Louis Mo.
GRATEFUL, HAPPY WOMEN
'f -.'-.i.-v-. r . r?
MIss Muriel Armita. j
Pcmale Weakness is
f Always Half Sick are the Women
Who Have Pelvic Catarrh.
Catarrh of any organ, if allowed to
progress, will affect the whole body.
Catarrh without nervousness is very
rare, but pelvic catarrh and nervousness
go hand in hand.
What is so distressing a sight as a poor
half-sick, nervous woman, suffering
from the many almost unbearable symp
toms of pelvic catarrh? She does not
consider herself ill enough to go to bed,
but she is far from being able to do her
The Sunken Rock.
"I positively decline to have that young
Clippeicut in my house again. His influ
ence on my sou is most dangerous."
"Why, my friend, he id far from being
a bad fellow. He ha his follies, 1 admit,
but how unlike 4-uc'a really vicious men
as Grogster, L'ardfiip and Ponyback!"
'Sir, the only danger of a sunken rock
is that it is not iunk deep enough." From
nest Thompson Set on 'a "t'ab!e and
Wood my t h ."
Dropsy treated free bv Dr. IT. IT. Green's
Son, of Atlanta, Ga. The greatest dropsy
specialists in the world. Read their adver
tisement in another column of this paper.
Why He Complained.
George Sleep well latt
Dusty Dennis Xo; I had on a paper un
dershirt. "What of dat?"
"It was a comic paper, an' I was tickled."
Chicago Daily. News.
Genius needs to be balanced with
tlenes-s. Ram's Horn.
No circumstance can repair a defect oi
ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO.. NEW YORK.
CASCARETS, but an absolutely
compound. Pleasant, palatable,
do good. Get the genuine C.C.C.
L ake one now and
or Orave), BiliouKness.S&Uow Complexion, Jaundice
Wrltr fr uartlcnlan. If your dmr(ntdos
., st. i.oris, AtO.
VffJ-ALITA ron wopbi i
Thank Pc-ru-na for Thtir
Recovery After Years of
Miss Muriel Armltage, 36 Green
wood Ave., Detroit, Mich., District
Organizer of the Royal Templars of
Temperance, in a recent letter, says:
"I think that a woman naturally
shrinks from making, her troubles
public, but restored health has meant
so much to me that I feel for the
Bake of other suffering women it ia
my duty to tell what Peruna has
done for me.
"I suffered for five years with
uterine irregularities, which brought
on hysteria and made me a physical
wreck. I tried doctors from the dif
ferent schools of medicine, but with
out any perceptible charge in my
condition. In my despair 1 called on
an old nurse, who advised me to try
Peruna. and promised good results if
I would persist and take it regularly.
I thought this was the Uast I could
do, and procured a bottle. I knew as
soon as I began taking it that it was
affecting me differently from any
thing I had used before, and so I"
kept on taking it. I kept this up for
six months, and steadily gained
strength and health, and when I had
used fifteen bottles I considered my
self entirely cured. I am a grateful,
happy woman to-day." Miss Muriel
Peruna cures catarrh of the pelvic;
organs with the same surety as It'
cures catarrh of the head. Peruna
has become renowned as a positive
cure for female ailments simply be
cause the ailments are mostly due
to catarrh. Catarrh is the cause ot
the trouble. Peruna cures the ca
tarrh. The symptoms disappear.
work without the greatest exhaustion.
This is a very common sight and is al
most always due to pelvic catarrh.
It is worse than foolish for so many,
women to suffer year after year with a'
disease that can be permanently cured.
Peruna cures catarrh permanently. It'
cures old chronic cases as well as a slight
attack, the only difference being in the
length of time that it should be taken
to effect a cure.
If you do not derive prompt and Eatls-'
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 io give jou his valuable ad
Address Dr. Hartman. President of
The Hartman Sanitarium, Columbus,
"Bad luck nebber loafs- on de way," said
Uncle Kben, "an" every time you tifs down
to complain, you gives it cat much mo'
chance to catch up." Washington Star.
The self-made man is tlie one who ha
taken advantage of l is -elf-made opportu
nities. Philadelphia Record.
Putnam Fadeless Dyes do not stain ihe
hands or spot the kettle,, except green
I'Jdith "1 believe he only married her for
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tainly -earned it." St. Paul Pioneer Prefs.
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and works off the cold. Laxative Biomo
Quinine Tablets. Price 25 cents
"Is he fond of mus-ic?" "I think not.
He enjoys his daughter' playing." Cin
Do not believe Pi?os Cure for Consump
tion has an equal for coughs' and colds. J.
F. Doyer, Trinity Springs, Ind., Feb. 15, 1900.
Dumley "Ry George! I believe I'm th
greatest fool in the world." Synnex "That
makes it unanimous.'' Boston Transcript.
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