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THOUSANDS HAVE KIDNEY
TROUBLE AID PUT 11H IT
To Prove what Swamp-Root, the Great Kidney Remedy.
Will Do for YOU, Every Reader of this 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.
Your other organs may need attention but your kidneys most,
because they do most and need attention first.
If you are sick or "feel badly," begin taking Dr. Kilmer's
Swamp-Root, the great kidney, liver and bladder remedy, because
as soon as jour kidneys begin to get better they will help all the
other organs to health. A trial will convince anyone.
The mild aud immediate effect of Dr.
Kilmer's Swamp-Root, tho great kidney
and bladder remedy, is scon realized. It
Etands the highest for its wonderful cures
of the most distressing cases. Swamp
Root will set your whole system right,
and the best proof of this is a trial.
14 East 120th St., New York City.
Dea Sir: Oct. 15th. 1903.
"I had f been suffering severely from kidney
trouble. All symptoms were on hand; my former
strength and power had left me; I could hardly
drag myself alone. Even my mental capacity was
living out. and often I wished to die. It was then
1 saw an advertisement of yours in a New York
paper, but would not have paid any attention to it.
had it not promised a sworn guarantee with every
bottle of your medicine, asserting that your Swamp
Root is purely vegetable, and does not contain any
harmful drugs. I am seventy years and four months
old, and with a good conscience I can recommend
Swamp-Root to all sufferers from kidney troubles.
Four members cf my family have been using
Swamp-Root for four different kidney diseases.
With the same good results."
With many thanks to you, I remain.
Very truly yours,
ROBERT BERNE R.
You may have a sample bottle of this
famous kidney remedy, Swamp-Root,
nent free by mail, postpaid, by which you
may test its virtues for such disorders as
kidney, bladder and uric acid diseases,
psor- digestion, being obliged to pass
EDITOKIALi NOTE. -So suc
cessful is Swamp-Root in promptly
curing even the most distressing- cases
of kidney, liver or bladder troubles,
that to prove its wonderful merits, you
may have a sample bottle and a book
of valuable information, both sent ab
solutely free by mail. The book con
tains many of the thousands upon
thousands of testimonial letters re
ceived from men and women cured.
The value and success of Svamp-Root
is so well known that our readers are
advised to send for a sample bottle.
In sending-your address to Dr. Kilmer
& Co., Binghamton, N. Y., be sure to
Not Without Distinction.
A note of family pride was struck in the
conversation between three small Heading
boys the other day. The parts played by
their respective grandfathers in the civil war
were being depicted by two of the boys in
vivid colors. The career of each, it seemed,
had ueen nauea iy connnenieiu in souuiern
risons. and it was on the latter lact tnat the
ads laid particular stress. The third, youth.
unable to match these recitals with any
military achievement of his own forefathers,
preserved an envious silence for a while, and
then, not to be outdone, said, disparagingly:
"Why, that's not so much. My Uncle Hill
was in jail a loDg time, and he was never in
the army at all. Philadelphia Ledger.
Money Saved Is Money Made.
Dr. Wm. Self, of Webster, X. C, an
old practitioner of medicine, tells us
that after many years experience in med
icine he finds it money saved to his pa
tients to use Taylor's Cherokee Remedy
of Sweet Gum and Mullein for coughs,
colds and consumption.
At druggists, 25c, 50c., and ?1.00 a
Jaggle "Writers of the present day often
assert that they are better educated than
their predecessors. Do you know on what
rround they base their claims?" Waggles
Perhaps it's on account of Chaucer's spell
ing and Shakespeare's handwriting." Town
If you want creamery prices do as the
Creameries do, use June Tint Butter Color.
A good intention clothes itself with
J. W. Walls. Super
intendent of Streets of
Lebanon, Ivy., says:
"Mv nierhtly rest
was broken, owing to irregular action
of the kidneys. I was suffering intense
ly from severe pains in the small of my
back and through the kidneys and an
noyed by painful passages of abnormal
secretions. No amount of doctoring
relieved this condition. I began taking
Doan's Kidney Pills and I experienced
quick and lasting relief. Doan's Kid
ney Pills will prove a blessing- to all
feufierers from kidney disorders who
will give them a fair trial."
Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y.,"
proprietors. For sale by all druggists,
price 50 cents per box.
for Man, Beast or Poultry.
your water frequently night and day
smarting or irritation in passing, brick
dust or sediment in the urine, headache,
backache, lame back, dizziness, sleepless
ness, nervousness, heart disturbance due
to bad kidney trouble, skin eruptions from
bad blood, neuralgia, rheumatism, diabetes,
bloating, irritability, wornout feeling, lack
of ambition, loss of flesh, sallow com
plexion, or Bright's disease.
If your water, when allowed to remain
undisturbed in a glass or bottle for
twenty-four hours, forms a sediment or
settling or has a cloudy appearance, it is
evidence that your kidneys and bladder
need immediate attention.
Swamp-Root is the great discovery oi
Dr. Kilmer, the eminent kidney and blad
der specialist. Hospitals use it with won
derful success in both slight and severs
cases. Doctors recommend it to their
patients and use it in their own families,
because they recognize in Swamp-Root
the greatest and most successful remedy.
Swamp-Root is pleasant to take and is
for sale at drug stores the world over in
bottles of two sizes and two prices fifty
cents ana one dollar. Kemember the
name, Swamp-Root, Dr. Kilmer's
Swamp-Root, and the address, Bing
hamton, 1., on every bottle.
say you read this g-enerous offer in the
The proprietors of this paper guar
antee the g-enuineness of this offer.
Plsase write or fill in this coupon with youf
name and address and Dr. Kilmer & Co. will send
you a Free Sample Bottle of Swamp-Root the
uresi Money Kcmeay.
St. and No. . .
City or Town ,
Mention this paper.
PARTY LINE TELEPHONE.
A Squabble Between Subscribers)
That Was Settled Very Speed
ily and Amicably.
Washington has thousands of party line
telephones. The best of feeling does not
always prevail between those on the party
lines when both want to use the 'phone at
the same time, says the Rochester Democrat
and Chronicle. A prominent politician is
on a party line with a doctor.'- He was in
great haste to get a friend over the 'phone
and began ringing and shouting "hello."
The other subscriber wanted to ue his tele
phone at the same time, with the result they
were soon saying harsh things to each other.
"Who are you," demanded the politician.
"I'm Dr. Blank," was the answer.
"Oh, pardon me, doctor, you can have
the line. It it weren't for, you I couldn't
make a living."
"Weil, who are you?" asked the doctor.
"I'm Jones, the undertaker," was the an
swer. Billion Dollar Grass and Alfalfa.
When we introduced this remarkable
grass three years ago, little did we dream
it would be the most talked of grass in
America, the biggest, quick, hay producer
on earth, but this has come to pass.
Agr. Editors wrote about it, Agr. Col
lege Professors lectured about it, Agr. In
stitute Orators talked about it, while in
the farm house by the quiet fireside, in the
corner grocery, in the village post-office, at
the creamery, at the depot, in fact wher
ever farmers gathered, Salzer's Billion Dol
lar Grass, that wonderful grass, good for
5 to 14 tons per acre, and lots of pasture
besides, is always a theme worthy of the
A. Walford, Westlore Farms, Pa.,
writes: "I have 60 acres in Salzer's Al
falfa Clover. It is immense. I cut three
crops this season and have lots of pasture
JVST SEND 10C TS STAMPS
and this notice to John A. Salzer Seed
Co., La Crosse, Wis., for their big catalog
and farm seed samples. K. L.
Its Disadvantage. Shrinking modesty is
an attractive trait of character, but it sel
dom gets a raise of salary. Somerville Jour
nal. Stop the Cough
and works off the cold. Laxative Bromo
Quinine Tablets. Price 25 cents
"Sometimes," said Uncle Eben, "a father
kind o' overburdens a boy by 'spectin' him
to be good an' smart enough to e'rect de
faults of all de res' of de fam'ly." Wash
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.
Most of the disappointments of life are
due to expecting more than you deserve.
cures Cuts, Burns, Bruises.
Democratic Committee to Meet.
Chairman Frank M. Thompson
last week issued the following call:
"The State Democratic committee is
hereby called to meet'at the Tulane
Hotel on Thursday, February 4, at
10 o'clock a. m., for the purpose of
calling a State convention and to
consider such other matters as may
be brought before it." It is proba
ble only one convention will be held
for the selection of delegates to St.
Louis and the nomination of candi
dates for governor and railroad com
missioner. There is considerable op
position to the nomination of candi
dates for State offices, on the ground
that it is best to await the fate of
the constitutional amendments mak
ing such officers elective by the peo
ple. After Free Franchise.
The Pittsburg Gas Company,
which proposes to pipe natural gas
from Burnside, Ivy., to Knoxville, a
distance of sixty-two miles, intends
to quit Knoxville if the council in
sists on charging for a franchise.
The . present administration is
pledged to the tax principle on all
franchises, and the chances arc that
they will not vary, from this rule.
The local representative says that if
they arc shut out of Knoxville they
will go to Xashville, where they have
been assured that a franchise will
he given them free.
Condemned Murderer Dead.
Pete Johnson, one of three broth
ers in jail at Clarksville under a
sentence of death, charged with the
murder of a man named Martin Red
mond, of the Xeedmore vicinity, of
Montgomery county, and whose case
has been pending before the Su
preme Court of Tennessee, is dead.
Ilis death came at the county jail
from consumption. He was nearly
'10 years of age. Another one of
the three brothers is sick with the
same disease and the gallows seems
likely to be robbed of two victims.
The Knoxville and Knox county
boards of health Jast week issued
mandates for compulsory vaccina
tion. Ihis is taken as a precaution
ary measure to prevent the spread of
smallpox, llie fact that a new rail
road is being built in that section
has brought scores of cases into the
city and spread the disease. The
compulsory order is expected to bear
crood fruit. There has been a con
siderable decrease in the attendance
at the public schools during the past
Act Is Constitutional.
The Supreme Court last week
handed down a decision upholding
the constitutionality of the Maury
county redistrict act, by which the
County Court is much reduced in
size. There is great rejoicing over
the decision at Columbia, and it is
understood the election commission
ers will meet next week and call an
election for magistrates in conform
ity with the decision of the court.
Must Pay in Sixty Days.
The Supreme Court has upheld
the constitutionality of the act of
1901, which imposes a penalty of 25
per cent, on insurance companies for
failure to settle promptly within
sixty days after proof of loss by fire
has been filed. The court said the
legislature had not exceeded its au
thority in passing a law to protect
honest claimants against damage
and loss by vexatious delays and in
terminable objections interposed by
insurance companies in the adjust
ment of claims.
Enforcing Fire Escape Laws.
The various posts of the Travelers
Protective Association in Tennessee
have inaugurated a campaign to re
quire a closer observance of the fire
escape laws as applying to hotels,
public halls, etc., throughout the
State. At a meeting last week of
the Knoxville post, which is the
largest post in the State, formal res
olutions were adopted calling for the
strict enforcement of laws.
Will Interchange Traffic.
It is reported instructions have
been issued by the Xashville, Chat
tanooga & St. Louis railway cover
ing the rates and divisions whereby
there will . be an interchange of
freight with the Tennessee Central
railroad. These instructions, it is
understood, will become effective at
an early date.
Brought a Good Price.
The Union stock yards at Xash
ville were sold last week by the clerk
and master to the Hetterman-Em-bry-Cudahy
interests of Louisville
arid Chicago. The stock yards prop
er brought $130,900, and two other
parcels of land belonging to the com
pany netted $1,200, these going to a
local real estate firm. The bidding
between the Hetterman interests and
Claude Christ pher, of Xashville,
representing ; Arties not named, was
Fell From a Trestle.
While walking across a Tennessee
Central railroad trestle near Knox
ville one night recentl-, JerrcBrad
shaw, of Xew Providence, fell from
the trestle. He was found two days
later in a hole at the foot of the
trestle dead and with one arm and
leg broken. He had evidently re
mained in the hole for fully thirty
civ hmir?. How he fell no one
knows, as the accident was not seen
by asy one.
Oil Company at Kerrville.
A company will be organized at
Kerrville in the near future for the
purposeof boring for oil in that
neighborhood. Ft - a number of
years it has been the general opinion
of the people in the vicinity of that
part of Shelby county that oil in
paying quantities could be found
there, as there are numerous evi
dences of its presence both in the
waters of the creeks near there and
in the water drawn from the wells.
Recently a proposition was made
suggesting the formation of a com
pany for the purpose of investigat
ing the matter, and the proposition
is beginning to take shape. Several
prominent citizens have subscribed
$100 each for development purposes,
and a large number of others have
agreed to subscribe smaller amounts.
All of the citizens of Kerrville as
well as those in the western end of
the State will await the result of
the matter with great interest.
Sequel to Secret Marriage.
Miss Lena Davis, of Avondale,
Sumner county, last week entered a
$1 OHO ciiif no-nincr lYn-Jrl Tt
lo,UUU SUlt against Uawcl IS.
Hughes of .Nashville for alleged
breach of promise. It is alleged that
1 , , ,
an engagement between the two lias
existed for about five years and that
i , , i . i
he has been assiduous in lllS atten-
tions. It is stated that recently hia
olv i ii. i 4 i
marriage to another, allesed to have
occurred over a j'ear ago secretly,
was announced. After the date of
this marirage, it is said Hughes con
tinued his attentions. He is a rail
road man in the passenger service of
the Louisville & Xashville.
Clarksville Bond Injunction.
In the Court of Chancery Appeals
last week in the case of the lied luv-
pr Furnaro flnmnniiv vs mavor mid
-11 1 J I . !
amercnen oi larkSMlie, llie action
or the chancellor in dismissing on
demurrer the bill enjoining the city
from issuing $100,000 of bonds sub
scribed to the Tennessee Central
railroad was reversed and now goes
back for answer. Iy this action the
court holds that ib bill tiled makes
out a case, and if tli allegations can
be sustained In proof the complain
ant is entitled to injunction restrain
ing the issue of the bonds.
Chancellor Hugh G. Kvle last
week dissolved the injunction to pre
vent the County Court of Campbell
county from contracting for the erc
tion of a court house and other pub
lic buildings at Lafollelte and the
fight between Jacksboro and Lafol
lettc is now believed to be at an end.
Two elections have been held at
which the people of Campbell voted
in favor of removing the countv seat
from Jacksboro to Lafolletle. Legal
means have been taken each time to
block the change. The chancellor's
decision last week ends the matter
unless an unusually heavy bona is
given on an appeal of the case to the
v Four Badly Hurt.
A number of non-union coal min
ers, while returning from Coal Creek
last week, were attacked by a party
of men and four Merc badly hurt.
lhc worst injured man s name is
unknown. The three others are L
Smith of Cross Mountain, Wm. Love
of Cross Mountain, and Allen Wal
lace of Coal Creek. The men who
were attacked were employes in the
mines of the Tennessee Coal Com
pany and Cross Mountain Coal Com
The Davidson county Democratic
primary commit to last week fixed
April 7 as the date for the primary
for county ollicers. There are indi
cations that the old A. 1'. As are
going to take a big hand in this pri
Injured by Smoke.
In the Circuit Court at Xashville,
judgment for $4,000 was entered
against the Louisville & Xashville
railroad for injury to adjacent prop
erty hy smoke of locomotives in the
company's yards. A number of oth
er similar suits are pending.
N. C. & St. I Earnings.
The gross earnings of the Xash
ville, Chattanooga & St. Louis rail
road for the week ending January 14
Mere $194,G56, as compared with
$Kl,80o.9;$ for the corresponding
period of the year before.
Fire Near Union City.
Last week while the family of
Thad Kenfrow, who lives near Union
City, Mas absent from home, the
house, in some unaccountable man
ner, caught fire, and was burned tc
the ground, nothing being saved but
a few household goods which were
taken out by some neighbors who
got there before the fire had con
sumed everything. There was nc
insurance and Mr. Renfrow sustains
a loss of $700 or $S00.
Buchanan Not a Candidate.
Former Gov. John B. Buchanan
announced last week that" he would
not he a candidate for congress tc
Sixth Death From Measles.
The 12-year-old daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. 'George Bennett died al
their home in Hollow Rock last weei
from measles. This is the sistl
death in Carroll county from this
malady, which has become epidemic
over that section.
WHILE HE WAS WORKING.
The Barber Resaled Ilia Victim with
an Illustrative Instance of
The barber tucked a towel under a
customer's chin and then cleared his
throat, relates the Philadelphia Press.
"A victim I mean a customer of mine,"
he began, "told me a." story the other day
which illustrates to my mind, at least,
that some men really don't know the dif
ference between patent medicine and
Schuylkill water. It was this May:
"This customer of mine had a friend
who had a great deal of trouble with his
hair. It was all the time falling out. He
asked all his friends what he could get
to keep it in. Most of them suggested
that he get a basket, but finally one of
them told him of a patent medicine.
"So the man whose hair was bothering
him got a bottle of the medicine and dis
covered that it was a dark brown sticky
stuff that he was to rub on his hair five
times a duy. He tried it the first day,
and it appeared to do good, but the sec
ond day some one got there first, and
emptying the bottle of medicine, filled it
up with sarsaparilla. And all day long
that poor man rubbed the soft drink on
his hair and never noticed the difference.
But he did notice, though, that there was
an unusually large number of Hies swarm
ing about his head. Bay rum?"'.
A Dentlat'a AdTice.
Toledo, Ohio, Jan. 25th. Mr. Harry L.
Lewis, Dentist, 607 Sumit 6treet, this city,
says: "I certainly advise anyone no matter
how severe thev may have Kidney Trouble
to take Dodd's Kidney Pills.
"I wa troubled with Kidney Disease for
several years and Dodd's Kidney Pills cured
me. I had used many so-called remedies
without any benefit. Four months ago. I
was flat on my back with this painful trou-
ble and must say that I almost gave up hopes
of ever getting any better. Through a
fund's advice I purchased six boxes of
Dodd's Kidney Pills.
' t'A first 1 fould sf ,but ritt.e benefit.
after two weeks, I could see an improvement.
I had been getting up several times at night
d PaVn? 3 mY back "ere er7, f"re-
V hen I had taken six boxes I felt better
than I had for years. The pain had all
gone and I didn't have to get up during the
night at all. I continued the treatment
ur?til T haj uged feveral more boxes, and
now I am glad to say that I am completely
. cured'" :
Wk.c. t.i i
uiyic, peace nam ner victories
without causing any outbursts ofmacazine
Tlie V. S. Dept. of Agriculture
gives to Salzer's Oats its heartiest en
dorsement. Salzer's New National Oats,
yielded in 1903 from 150 to 300 bu. per
acre in 30 different States, and you, Mr.
Farmer, can beat this in 1904. if you will.
Salzer's seeds are pedigree seeds, bred up
through careful selection to big yields
Salzer's Beardless Barley yielded
fcalzers Home Uuiider torn
Speltz and Macaroni Wheat.... SO bu.
Salzer's Victoria Rape 60,000 lbs.
Salzer's Teosinte, the fodder
wonder 160,000 lbs.
Salzer's Billion Dollar Grasa... 50,009 lbs.
Salzer's Pedigree Potatoes 1,000 bu.
Now such yields pay and you can have
them, Mr. Farmer, in 1904.
SEND 10c IN STAMPS
and this notice to the John A. Salzer See1
Co., La Crosse, Wis., and you will ge
their big catalog and lota of farm seed
samples free. K. L.j
The principal reason for making a record
is to have it broken. Milwaukee Sentinel.
Mrs. Hughson, c! Chicago,
whose letter follows, is another
woman in high position who owes
her health to the use of Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.
Dear Mrs. Pinkham: I suffered
. for several years with general weakness
and bearing-down pains, caused by
womb trouble. My appetite was poor,
and I would lie awake for hours, and
could not sleep, until I seemed more
weary in the morning than when I re
tired. After reading one of jour adver
tisements I decided to try the merits
of Lydia E. rinkham's'Vegetable
Compound, and I am so glad I did.
No one can describe the good it did me.
1 took three bottles faithfully, and be
sides building up my general health,
it drove all disease and poison out of
my body, and made me feel as spry and
active as a young girl. Mrs. Pinkham's
medicines are certainly all they are
claimed to be." Mrs. M. E. Hughson,
317 East Ohio St., Chicago, 111. 95000
forfeit if original of above Utter proving penune.
ness cannot be produced.
More than a million women have re
gained health by the rise of Uydia E.
Pin kh am's Vejreta ble Compound.
If the slightest trouble appears
which you do not understand
write to Mrs. Pinkham, at Lynn,
Mass., for her advice, and a few
timely words from her will show
you the right thing" to do. This
advice costs you nothing, but it
may mean life or happiness or
Little Liver Pills.
Must Bear Signature of
5ea Fac-Slmlle Wrapper Below.
Te7 tBiIl and. as ear
to take as mugtar.
FOR TORPID LIVER1.
FOR SALLOW SK18.
FOR THE COMPLEXION
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CURE SICK HEADACHE.
Of the United States
Other Prominent Physicians Use
and Endorse Pe-ru-na.
DR. LLEWELLYN Jordan, Medical
Examiner of the U. S. Treasury
Department, graduate of Columbia Col
lege, and who served three y ears at West
Point,has the following to say of Peruna:
"Allow me to express my grati
tude to you for the benefit derived
from your wonderful remedy.
One short month has brought
forth a vast change and I now
consider myself a well man after
months of suffering. Fellow suf
ferers, Peruna will cure you. "
A constantly increasing- number of
physicians prescribe Peruna in their
practice. It has proven its merit so
thoroughly that even the doctors have
overcome their prejudice against so
called patent medicines and recommend
it to their patients.
Peruna occupies a unique position in
medical science. It is the only internal
systemic catarrh remedy known to the
medical profession to-day. Catarrh, as
everyone will admit, is the cause of one
half the disease which afflicts mankind.
Catarrh and catarrhal diseases afiiict
one-half of the people of United States.
Robert R. Roberts, M. D., Wash
ington, D. C, writes :
Through my own experience
as well as that of many of my
friends and acquaintances who
have been cured or relieved of ca
tarrh by the use of Hartman's
Peruna, I can confidently recom
mend it to those sufferlngtrom such
disorders, and have no hesitation in
prescribing It to my patients. "
Robert R. Roberts.
Dr. R. Robbins, Muskogee, I. T.,
" Peruna is the best medicine I know
of for coughs and to strengthen a weak
stomach and to give appetite. Besides
prescribing it for catarrh, I have ordered
ic for weak and debilitated people, and
have Dot had a patient but said it helped
him. It is an excellent medicineand it
fits so many cases.
"I have a large practice, and have a
chance to prescribe y an r Peruna. I hope
you may live long to dogoodto the sick
and the suffering."
Dr. M. C. Gee, writes from 513 Jones
St., San Francisco, Cal.:
Peruna has performed so many won
derful cures in San Francisco that I a in
convinced that it is a val liable remedy.
I have frequently advised its use for
the merit of CASCARETS.
friends how good they are.
price to anyone who fails. to
Now that sounds like a liberal offer, but these single 10c sales alone
don't count for success. It's your cure and 3-our good word for
Cascarets that will make them famous in the future as in tho
past. Start with a box today. 10c, 25c, 50c, all druggists. Free
sample and booklet. Address Sterling Ilemedy Co., Chgo. or N.Y.
Best for the Bowels
a small remainder of absolute v secured 6 percent, first mortgage gold bonds, issued for de
velopment purposes by A STEONO, CON33RVATIVE MINMS COMPANY, working
LARGE PRODUCING rIITJES. llrSVtu't1?
vestment Offar which uiak.s It CERTAIN OF YIELDINVJ 100 PER CENT overatid above tl:e amount
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ARBUCKLE-GOQDE COMMISSION CO.. N- vil?
I Cotton Must Have l
I Potash is an essential plant food 1
Potash is an essential plant food
i which must be added as a fertilizer
or the soil w ill
hausted, as is
true of so
We have books
I giving valuable tie-
tails about fertiliz
ers. We will send
them free to any farmer who aslcs us for them.
QERflAN KALI WORKS.
Sew Tork-88 Num. Street, er
Atlaata, Ca.-83M So. Bread Bt.
I EVERY SHOOTER
U WHO SHOOTS
has a feeling of confidence in
bis cartridges. They don't
misfire and always shoot where
you aim. -
Tell your dealer U. M. C.
when he asks "What kind?"
Scad for catalog.
The Union Metallic Cartridge Co.
v7HX3T T7RIXIXO TO ADXKT18EKS
pltMe state that yea .aw the Advertiser
saent la this -
ru - na.
Dr. Llewellyn Jordan,
Medical Examiner United States
women, as I find it insures regular and
painless menstruation, cures leucorrhcea
and ovarian troubles, aud builds up the
entire system. I also consider it one of
the finest catarrh remedies I know of."
M. C. Gee, M. D.
Catarrh is a systemic disease curable
only by sj-stemic treatment. A remedy
that cures catarrh must aim directly at
the depressed nerve centers. This is
what Peruna does.
Peruna immediately invigorates the
nerve-centers which g"ive vitality to the
mucous membranes. Then catarrh dis
appears. Then catarrh is permanently
If you do not derive prompt and satis
factory results from the use of Peruna
write at once to Dr. II art man, giving a
full statement of your case, and he will
be pleased to give you his valuable ad
Address Dr. Hart-man, President of
The Hartman Sanitarium, Columbus,
Millions use them and tell their
We want to give back the purchase
get satisfaction from the use of
SU3JECT TO SALE
Largest growers cf
Seeds la thj
1.5 0 per
Eow to grow
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Oniosa per acre
Catalog te, for s.r'tf.
John A. Salzer Seed Co., " CWR,0S?8
HEW SEED FEATURES!
PURE AN! SURE SEEDS DIRECT FROM
GROWER TO SOWER AT WHOLE
WE KEVEB SELL THROUGH DEALERS
A sew name, new (roods and new
methods, backed by a life's experience
Id tbe seed business. See oar Catalogno
before bnvinir. It contains matter of
interest to every person. Oar Fine
Photo Illustrated Catalog-ae now ready.
Writofor It at once.
ST. LOUIS SEED CO.
Successors to Betall Department of
plant sppn rr
''3w 81 Fourth Street. ST. LOUIS, M0.
If you want to make money quickly with small
capital write for information,
U. S. SECURITY CO., INC.,
317 Third Avenue. - PITTSBURGH, PA.
Cured. Gives quick
. Removes all
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cure jo to 60 days. Trial treatment free.
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