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Sister Lillian Well, Bob, how'a th rir!
football team shaping up?
Brother Bob Aw, say, Lil they're a lot
of rag. We got up a scrub eleven m4
wiped the floor with them. Judge.
Teoalate and Billion Dollar Grass.
The two greatest fodder plants on earth,
one good for 14 tons hay and the other 80
tons green fodder jer acre. Grows every
where, so does Victoria Rape, yielding
60000 lbs. sheep and -swine food per acre.
JCST SEXD 10c IN STAMPS TO TUB
John A. Salzer Seed Co., .LaCrosse, Wis.,
and receive in return their big catalog ana
lots of farm seed samples.
The Brute "What are you thinking of,
Mamie?" Mamie "I am dreaming ot my
youth." The Brute "I thought you had
a faraway look in your eyes. Princeton
Very Low Itatea from Memphis to
the Southwest Via IS. C. &. St. L.. Ry.
On the first and . third Tuesdays of the
months of February, March and April, the
Nashville, Chattanooga & St. Louis lly.,
which has its own rails from Memphis to
Nashville, Chattanooga and Atlanta, will
sell one-way settlers' and round-trip home
Feekers' tickets at very low rates from
Memphis to certain points on its lines in
Tennessee, Kentucky, North Alabama and
Oeorgia, also to other points in the South
east, lor additional information, time
tables, etc., write A. R. Smith, T. P. A.,
Yn ockArk-' R- C. Cowardin, T. p!
A., Dallas, Texas.
Waste no time skinning flints or split
ting hairs. Farm Journal.
V-A--2gi xkn&i,s:-$i PV-S?:. ' Sf
Fibroid Tumors Cured.
m. m. m vr m. ava. m h i i
A distressing case of Fibroid Tumor,
which baffled the skill of Boston doctors.
Mrs. Hayes, of Boston, Mass., in
the following letter tells how she was
cured, after everything else failed, by
Lydia E PinHiam's Vegetable Compound
Mrs. Hayes' First Letter Appealing: to Mrs. Pinkham for Help :
"Dear Mrs. Pinkham : I have been under Boston doctors' treat
ment for a long time without any reliel They tell me I have a fibroid
tumor. I cannot sit down without great pain, and the soreness extends
up my spine. I have bearing-down pains both back and front. 3Iy ab
domen is swollen, and I have had flowing spells for three years. My ap
petite is not good. I cannot walk or be on my feet for any length of time.
" The symptoms of Fibroid Tumor given in your little book ac
curately describe my case, so I write to you for advice." (Signed) Mrs.
E. F. Hayes, 252 Dudley St, (Itoxbury) Boston, Mass.
Note the result of Mrs. Pinkham's advice al
though she advised Mrs. Hayes, of Boston, to take
her medicine which she knew would help her
her letter contained a mass of additional instruc
tions as to treatment, all of which helped to bring
about the happy result.
"Dear Mrs. Pinkham: Sometime ago I wrote to you describ
ing my symptoms and asked your advice. You replied, and I followed
all your directions carefully, and to-day I am a well woman.
The use of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound entirely
expelled the tumor and strengthened my whole system. I can walk
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound is worth five dol
lars a drop. I advise all women who are afflicted with tumors or
female trouble of any kind to give it a faithful trial." (Signed) Mrs.
E. F. Hayes, 252 Dudley St., (Roxbury) Boston, Mass.
Mountains of gold could not purchase such testimony or take
the place of the health and happiness which Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound brought to Mrs. Hayes.
Such testimony should be accepted by all women as convincing
evidence that Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound stands
without a peer as a remedy for all the distressing ills of women ; all
ovarian troubles; tumors; inflammations; ulceration, falling and dis
placements of the womb; backache; irregular, suppressed or painful
menstruation. Surely the volume and character of the testimonial let
ters we are daily printing in the newspapers can leave no room for doubt.
Mrs. Hayes at her above address will gladly answer any letters
which sick women may write for fuller information about her illness.
Her gratitude to Mrs. Pinkham and Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound is so genuine and heartfelt that she think no trouble is too
great for her to take in return for her health and happiness.
Truly is it said that it is Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com
pound that is curing so many women, and no other medicine ; don't for
get this when some druggist wants to sell you something else.
FORFEIT If we cannot forthwith produce the original letters and signature! of
above testimonials, which will prove their absolute genuineness.
JLydia . 1'inltliaia ilotliciae Co., I,ynn, Mass.
will be gladly paid to anyone who will furnish convicting- evi
dence against imitators and substitutors who try to sell you
worthless preparations when CASCARETS are called for.
Don't ever take substitutes, but insist on having-
The great merit of CASCARETS makes big sales everywhere.
Therefore, now and then, dealers try to substitute "something
just as g-ood." It's a lie ! Don't let them do it, and if they try,
write us confidentially at once. Address Sterling Remedy
Company, Chicago or New York. All Druggists, 10c, 25c, 50c.
Beware of Imitations !
remainder of absolutely secured 6 per
Telopment purposes by A 6TKONO, CONSERVATIVE MJNTNO COMPANY- working
LARGE PRODUCING tVSSNES. ISS
treatment Offar whJeamakes it CERTAIN OF TJELDINO lOO PER CENT over and abore the ajnouat
lnTeted, in addition to the regular interest on the b-Dds. Write for detailed InfonnaUon about tbebo
ARBUCKLE-GOODE COMMISSION CO.. N- ttSffSBijte&t
Eafflaeorlaa; In Moa.taaa.
Henry I. McDaniel, ex-City Engineef
of Atlanta, now in charge of Go Tern
men t engineering in Montana, sari that
he contracted a terrible cough which no
physician could relieve, but waa cured
by Taylor's Cherokee Remedy of Sweet
Gum and Mullein.
At druggists, 25c., 50c., and f LOO
"I don't take any stock in these trusts,
anyway. uon t believe there are sucb
things". "Oh, yes; but I haven't the
money to buy the stock." N. O. Times
In Emmoni Co., Dakota,
we can sell you 160 acres fine land. You
can break 100 acres thi? spring, sow it to
Salzer's Flax and reap enough to pay for
your land, etc., having a fine farm tree the
first year. 10 such pieces for sale.-
.TfiTTV A S4T VPP sirii'nrn
La Crosse, Wis.
Carrie "Do you think a woman is justi
fied in marrying a man she doesn't know?"
Aunt ane '"She certainly wouldn't be
justified in marrying a man she did know."
Piso'8 Cure for Consumption is an infalli
ble medicine for cough and colds. N. W.
Samaiel, Ocean Grove, N. J., Feb. 17, 1900.
Stillness of persons and steadiness of
features are signal marks of good bread'
ing O. W. Holmes.
Dyeing is as easy as washing when Put
nam Fadeless Dye are used.
lie multiplies his troubles who runs to
meet them. Ham's Horn.
JT WE OFFER
U I SUBJECT TO SALE
rent, first morteaee rold bonds issuad for
Central American Inventor's Idea
for Haklne Biddy For set Her
Dream of Maternity.
When a hen gets a notion into her
diminutive brain that it is her mission
to lead a bunch of downy-covered chicks
over the garden it is a very difficult
thing to convince her otherwise. There
may be many excellent reasons ad
vanced by the farmer why it is not de
sired that she should take upon herself
this unselfish duty; but no matter how
many or excellent are his reasons, they
carry no weight with .the hen.
Being chased from one nest, she will
take her place on another, and in the
absence of eggs she will set on any
thing, from a load of cobblestones to a
watermelon. Foiled at one effort, she
will make another, and cling to the ob
ject of her ambition with a persistence
worthy of a greater cause, until the ag
gravated farmer is almost ready to
wring her neck.
The means of preventing a hen from
setting seems like a very humble prob
lem to occupy the throbbing brain of
an inventor, but the matter has been
recently attacked by a genius of Brit
ish Honduras, who is so sure that he
has found the solution of this mighty
matter that he has gone to the trouble
of taking out patent papers in this and
The apparatus consists merely of a
loop of wire adapted to fasten to her
leg and encircle the limb in such a man
ner that the fowl's freedom of foot is not
interfered with in her ordinary rambles
about the barnyard in search of food;
but the moment she tries to locate her
self on a nest she finds a yawning chasm
She may hover around and over the
nest, but it refuses to receive her ro
tund form. This is because the wire
loop which has been fastened to her
prevents her from bending her leg, as
is necessary to assume the setting pos
ture. - It is said that after repeated ef
forts to find a hospitable nest she gives
up her task and forgets her dream of
maternity. Philadelphia Press.'
WHEN HENS EAT EGGS.
Dark Xesta, Bnllt According? to Lines
Here Laid Down, Vsanlly Ht-
' feet a Cure.
Where egg eating is a habit among
fowls, dark nests will be found very
serviceable; as it becomes practically
impossible for a fowl to strike an egg
hard enough to break it when it is in
a semi-light. In the arrangement shown
(A. Rear View; B, 'Front View.)
here the hens enter the nest at B, from
which the lower board has been, removed
to show the arrangement of partitions
between the tHree nests. When this
board is on, the nests are light enough
for the fowls to find them, but too dark
for them to see the eggs very distinctly.
At A is seen the rear of the next box,
which has a cover that can be raised
up when the eggs arc to be gathered or
the nests renewed. Such nest boxes
should not be nailed to the floor or par
tition wall, but should be hooked fast,
so that they may from time to time be
removed and thoroughly disinfected.
AdTRDtages of Incubators.
Among the numerous advantages of
the incubator over the hen may be men
tioned the following: The incubator is
always- ready for business while a hen
only sits when she feels like it. It Is
less work to care for an incubator than
for a sufficient number of hens to hatch
the same number of chickens. The
greater the egg capacity used, the more
time is saved over that required for the
care of the hens. The chickens are eo
much more uniform in size and age that
they are more easily cared for, more
cheaply fed and present a much more
attractive appearance when fitted for
the market. Again chickens hatched In
incubators are always free from lice and
generally remain so till they are large
enough not to be much injured by them,
a thing that can rarely be said of hen
hatched chickens. Prairie Farmer.
Big: Profit In Mushrooms.
The growing of mushrooms for mar
ket has become an industry of consider
able importance in this country. It has,
however, been handicapped in its de
velopment by the fact that it was neces
sary to import most pf the spawn, which
are exceedingly difficult to grow. The
department of agriculture announces
that it has discovered a simple and prac
tical method by which not. only a high
grade of the spawn of the cultivated
mushroom, but of many of the wTTcl va
rieties, may be produced. It is believed
that the use of this method will obviate
the necessity of importing the 2,300,000
pounds of mushrooms we now get from
France annually. Rural World.
Cracking: Grain for Stock, v
I have had considerable experience
in grinding gram for fat stock and
think it is much more economical than
feeding it whole. However, I do not
grind fine, but believe it better to sim
ply, crack the kernels. I feed ground
grain to sows with young pigs, weaned
pigs, young cows and horses when I
work them. I feed either dry or scalded.
I always add a pinch of salt at each feed
ing. I do not believe In cooking feed,
but simply like to have it scalded with
very hot or boiling water and fed while
warm. I believe young stock have bet
ter health and are stronger than if the
feed is thoroughly cooked. Frank P.
Fisher, in Orange Judd Farmer.
Stlly Peter Tumbledown.
Where did Peter Tumbledown get so
many tld broken-down wagons, imple
ments and things, as we see about his
place, anyhow? Why must he keep
three yellow dogs; why should he al
ways tramp through the mud on the
way to the barn; why is his ax so dull
that it will not cut worth a cent, and
why can't he pass a tavern without stop
ping in? Bad whisky is not necessary
for good health, nor clean clothes, nor
good farming, nor money in bank.
THE LAW LAID DOWN.
The punishment of merely lawless1
acts of individuals in preventing colored
persons from voting at purely state
elections is held, in Karem vs. United
States (C. C. A., 6th C), 61 L. R. A. 437.
not to be within the power of congress,
A devise to one absolutely and forever
is held, In Roth vs. Rauschenbusch
(Mo.), 61 L. R. A. 455, to convey a fee
simple which cannot be cut down by a
subsequent clause directing the dlspo
sition of any remainder which may be
undisposed of at the death of the de
The mere fact that an applicant for
insurance is receiving a pension from
the government for alleged physical in
juries is held, in Black vs. Travelers'
Insurance company (C. C. A. 3d C.),61
L. R. A. 500, not to show that he has a
bodily infirmity within the meaning of
a warrant in the policy.
ine cutting or a train or cars on a
side track, leaving some on one side and
some on the other of a highway, where
the view of the other tracks is partially
obscured thereby, Is held in Passman vs.
West Jersey & S. R. Co. (N. J. Err &
App., 61 L. R. A. 609, not to be an Invi
tation to the public to cross without us
ing ordinary precaution to ascertain if
such crossing can be safely made.
A railroad company which permits a
car to break loose from a train on a
grade and run down into collision with
another car at the foot of the decline In
such a way as to be hurled off of the
right of way, to the injury of a by
stander, is held, in West Virginia, C. &
P. R. Co., vs. state use of Fuller (Md.),
61 L. R. A. 574, to be liable for the in
jury thereby caused to him, unless it is
shown that the accident was unavoid
Pond Parent Pride.
A reporter was endeavoring to find out
the particulars of an accident that had
hpfallpn a hov. and was askinir the aues-
tiorss necessary in such cases of the father
of the injured boy.
"Did the little fellow stand the opera
tion well?" asked the reporter.
.Like a major came turcugn it all
J'Did he have to take anything? con
tinued the reporter.
"Xot a gol darn thing but chloroform,"
was the proud reply of the admiring par
ent. Utica Observer.
Gratitude Well Expreaaed.
Sault St., Marie, Mich., Feb. 8th. Mr.
C. L. Smith, painter and decorator, whose
home is at 3u9 Anne street, this city,
makes the following statement:
"I was laid up with some kind of pains.
Some said it was Lumbago, others Sciatica,
and others again Rheumatism. A few of
my friends suggested that it was lead
poison, but whatever it was it gave me a
great deal of pain, in fact, almost com
pletely crippled me. I had to use two
canes to walk about and even then it was
a very painful task.
"A friend advised me to try Dodd's Kid
ney Pills and I began the treatment. After
I had used the tirst box 1 was able to
throw away one of the canes and was con
siderably improved. The second box
straightened me up so that I could go
about free from pain without any assist
ance and very soon after I was complete
ly cured, well and happy, without a pain
or an ache. Dodd's Kidney Pills seemed
to go right to the spot in my case and
they will always have my greatest praise."
"VYlllIug- to Take a Cliance.
A pious citizen has a 15-year-old son
who does not promise to be exactly "a
chip off the old block." Not long ago the
father discovered to his sorrow that his
boy and several others of the neighbor
hood had a habit of matching nickels.
The wrathful parent led the erring lad to
the time-honored attic, where hangs a
certain strap. The boy didn't have any
agreeable impression of what waa to come,
and, on the gTound tuat it is only the hr3t
plunge that counts, he called out: "Say,
dad! I'll go you heads or tails for two
lickings or none!" Chicago Chronicle.
PIL.Ii TRADE MARK IMITATED.
DruKKlst and Clerk Are Held In Ball
Charged with infringing upon the trade
mark of Carter's Little Liver Pill Com
pany, Joseph T. Griffith, a druggist at the
southeast corner of Eleventh and Vine
streets, was held in $500 bail for Court
this afternoon by Magistrate Jermon, and
at the same time Griffith's clerk. Joseph
C Fore, was held in $S00 bail for Court on
the same charge, and also for selling cer
tain articles the sale of which is prohibited
The men were arrested this morning
upon warrants issued by Magistrate Jer
mon at the instance of Brent Good, No.
130 West Fifty-seventh Street, New York,
and Charles C. Orcutt, No. 12 Juniel Ter
race, New York, representatives of the
Carter Company. Thev 6tated that the '
latter had spent $3,000,000 in advertising
and getting their label known, and did not
purpose to permit others to reap the bene
fits. The label in question ia a small one con
taining a large letter L, and the one u.sed
by Gnliith is an exact copy, except that it
does not contain Carter s name.
The prosecution showed how easily the
imitation product could be palmed off on
the would-be purchaser of Carter's pills,
owing to the similarity of the labels, and
held that it was evidence of a deliberate
attempt to deceive. Philadelphia Tele
graph, Jan. 27, 1904.
Tingaling Hello, old chap! Haven't ee
you for sometime. How's business':'
Jogalong On the jump. I've got three
frog farms in Missouri. uhicsgu Daily,
Temptation is the balance in which char
acter is weighed. Chicago Daily News.'
"Life is an up-hill road." "If you're
lucky enough to be going that way.
Cincinnati Commercial Tribune.
Miss McQuerry "Y'ou and Mr. Sophty
correspond, do you not?" Miss Gidday
"Oh, graciouw. no! He's real dark com-
Clexioned, while I'm quite a decided
londe, of course." Philadelphia Press.
Mother "Now, Bobby, if youH be good
for ten minutes, I'll give you a penny."
Bobby "Can't do it, mother. Our boys'
'Be Good Union' has fixed the amalga
mated scale at a penny for three min
utes." Glasgow Times.
"Do you smoke cigarettes?" asked the
business man. "I don't uee tobacco in
any form," replied the applicant for a
iob. "I didn't say anything about to
bacco," exclaimed the business man,
testily. Philadelphia Record.
"It was only rive years ago that I start
ed in with our firm at five dollars a week,"
said Bragg, "and now I earn $50 a week
without any trouble." "That's so; it's
easy to earn that," remarked Newitt, "but
how much do you get?" Philadelphia
"I should think," said Mr. Flighty, "that
the criticisms your husband receives on
his books would fairly make him smart."
Mrs. Writealong " smiled- sadly. "Yes,"
she replied, "I guess they do, but they
don't make him smarter!" Cincinnati
Towne "I understand Melba was en
gaged to appear at a swell musicale re
cently, and she got $1,000 for only one
song. Browne "Ah! I think I under
stand now what my wife meant when she
said she got that bonnet of hers for a
mere song." Philadelphia Press.
Mrs. Newitt "Mr. Feeder is coming to
dinner this evening, isn't he?" Mr. New
itt "No: he must be very sick." Airs
Newitt "Then you got word from hiinr
Mr. Newitt "No, Lut he must be bick
or dead. I told him we dined at 6:30,
aud it'. 6:35 now '-Philadelphia
I "The world ot I
medicine recognizes 1 1 h'jW iIP h
Grip as epidemic
LA GRIPPE is epidemic catarrh. It
spares no class or nationality. The
cultured and the ignorant, the aristocrat
and the pauper, the masses and the class
es are alike subject to la grippe. None
are exempt all are liable.
Have you the grip? Or, rather, has
the grip got you? Grip is well named.
The original French term, la grippe,
has been shortened by the busy Ameri
can to read "grip." Without intending
to do so a new word ha3 been coined
that exactly describes the case. As if
some hideous giant with awful Grip had
clutched us in its fatal clasp. Men.
women, and children, whole towns and
cities are caught in the baneful grip of a
The following letters speak for them
AND HE GOT IT.
It Proved to Be Something; He
Dld'nt Care to Hold
An indulgent mother of the Tuxedo col
ony was traveling on a local train one day
m company wiui iier three-year-old son,
his nursemaid, and a copy of a society
magazine which absorbed her attention,
relates the New York Times. Tbe son
was occupying the seat behind her with
his attendant, wno attempted every once
iu awhile to curb his restless and rebel
lious spirit by a gentle denial of his lat
est whim, but eacli time the mother, no
ticing only that some argument was in
progress, and without looking up from
tier book, would remark: "Let him have
The nursemaid thereupon would yield
to this double demand.
Finally a strong and rather venomous
looking wasp flew against the window
pane, and the youthful hunter reached out
to grasp it, and wailed dejec'.edly when
he was once more restrained by the watch
ful caretaker. .Again the fond mother,
without raising her eyes, exclaimed:
"Oh, do let liim hfcve it!"
And the howl -which followed the
nurse's compliance caused an amused
smile to pass around the car.
Stop tlie Congli
and work9 off the cold. Laxative Bromo
Quinine Tablets. Price 25 cents
To pay compliments is much easier than
to pay debts. Chicago Daily News.
The best armor ia to keep out of gun
A WOMAN'S MISERY.
Mrs. John La Rue,
of 115 Paterson
son, N. J.,
says : "I was
years , and
what I suf
fered no one
dy that is said j
to be good for
plaint, but without deriving permanent
relief. Often when alone in the house
the backache has been so bad that it
brought tears to my eyes. The pain
at times was so iutensethat I was com
pelled to give up my household duties
and lie down. There were headaches,
dizziness and blood rushing to my head
to cause bleeding at the nose. The
first box of Doan's Kidney Pills bene
fited me so much that 1 continued the
treatment. The stinging pain iu the
small of my back, the rushes of blood
to the head, and other symptoms dis
Doan's Kidney Pills for sale by all
dealers. 50 cents per box. Foster
Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
Together with an incubator and brooder cata
logue, containing among much other valuable and
interesting information a colored plate, showing
by eighteen views the development of the chick
In the shell, free, by sending to
-s: 1 i rot I II
Ml EGO TESTER
Y THE GRIP.
selves as to the efficacy of Peruna in
cases of la grippe or its after effects.
After Effects of La Grippe Eradicated
Mrs. Fred Weinberger, Westerlo, Al
bany County, N. Y., writes:
"Several years ago I had an attack of
la grippe which left my nerves in. a
prostrated condition. m Then I had an
other attack of la grippe which left me
worse. I had tried three good physi
cians but all in vain. I gave Peruna a
trial. In a short time I was feeling bet
ter and now I am as well as anyone."
Mrs. Fred Weinberger.
Hon. James R. Guill of Omaha.
Hon. James R. Guill is one of the
oldest and most esteemed men of Omaha,
"I am doing my best to convince George
that I am economical." "What have you
done? "I have worn
twice." New Yorker.
the same dress
If time is money, it may be doubted if
a castle in the air is apt to be worth the
cost of construction. Puck.
Salzer's National Oats.
Most prolific Oau on earth. Th
U. S. Dept. of Agriculture, Waah-
Ington.says: "Salzer's Oats are the
best out of over four hundred sorts
tested by us." . This grand Oat
yielded In Wisconsin isa bu., Ohio
197 bu., Michigan 231 bu., Missouri
255 bu., and North Dakota 310 tu. tr
acre, and will positively do as well by
you. Try it, sir, and be convinced.
A Few Sworn to Yields. I
Salur'i Beardless Birlfj, 11 bo. per 1.
Salter's; Uomebuildrr tern. 104 ha. ptrl.
Salzer' Die Feur Vals. tit bo. ner 1.
Sailer's Sew National 0&tt,S10 La. peri, i
Salzer's Potatoes. 736 bn. per 1.
Salur's Onions, 1.000 bn. per A.
AH of onr Farm and Vroetable Feeds are
pedigree stock, bred right up to big yields.
Salzer's Speltz (Emmer).
Greatest cere:il wonder of tlio ace. It in
not corn nor wheat, nor rye, nor barley.nor
oats, but a golden combination of tliemall,
yielUine 60 bu. of train and 4 ton. of rii-'i
straw bay per acre. Greatest stocli foodou
eartn. Hoes well everywhere. j
Salzer's Million Dollar Grass.
Most talked of grass on earth. Editorn and
College Professors and Aerit-ultural Ierturera
praise it without stint; yields 14 tons of rica
nay and lots of pasture besides, per acre.
Salzer's Teosinte produces US rich, inley,
sweet, leafy storks from one kernel of seed. 14
..u. 1 l i it li in iln n . ...I I ' - . ii r.
nihil J. "J iiajii jriciulJlK JIUiy WJ
green fodder per acre, doing
well everywhere, asi
t, esi, bouui
Grasses and Clovers.
Only large growers of grasses and
clover for seed in America.
Operate over 6,ioo acres. Our
seeds are warranted. We make
a great specialty of Grasses and
Clovers, Fodder Plants, Corn.l'o-
taioes, mions, i a ooape, and all
sorts of Vegetable Seeds.
For 10c In Stamps
and the name of this pa per, we
will send you a lot of farm
seed samples. Including some
oi a oove, togetner witn our
mammoin iw page mus-
iratea iTaiopne, lor
bu t loc in postage
A Golden Rule
Be good to your land and your crop
will be good. Plenty of
ana quantity in the bar
vest. Write us and
we will send you,
Jree, by next mail,
our money winning
GERMAN KALI WORKS.
ISew York M Nassaa St.
Atlanta, da. 22 So. Bros St
F&J In III Most prolific Oau on earth. Th Si
H'Al lUU U S. Dept. of Agriculture. Wash- h
a Send for tame f
Neb. He has done much to make It what
it is, serving on public boards a number
of times. He endorses Peruna in th
"I am 68 years old, am hale and hearty,
and Peruna has helped me attain it.
Two years ago I had la grippe my life
was despaired of. Peruna saved me."
J. R. Guill.
A Relative of Abraham Lincoln.
Mr. Silas S. Lincoln, who resides at
913 I. Street, N. W., Washington. D. C.,
has the honor of being third cousin to
Abraham Lincoln. H writes:
"I had la grippe five times before
using your medicine. Four years ago I
began the use of Peruna, since which
time I have not been troubled with that
disease. I can now do-as much work at
my desk as I ever could1 in my life. I
have gained more than ten pounds in
weight." S. S. Lincoln.
Pe-rd-na Not Only Cured La Grippe but
Benefited the Whole System.
Miss Alice M. Dressier, 1313 N. Bryant
Ave., Minneapolis, Minn., writes:
"Last spring I suffered from la grippe
and was partially cured, but the bad
after effects remained through the sum
mer and" somehow I did not get strong as
I was before. One of my college frlenda
who was visiting me asked me to try Pe
runa and I did so and! found It all and
more than I had expected. It not only
cured me of the catarrh but restored me
to perfect health, built up the entire sys
tem and brought a happy feeling of buoy
ancy which I had not known for years."
Alice M. Dressier.
An Actress Testimonial.
Miss Jean Cowgill, Griswold' Oper
House, Troy, N. Y., is the leading ladyl
with the Aubrey Stock Co. She writes
"During- the past winter of 1901, I
suffered for several weeks from a severe
attack of grippe, which left a serloua
catarrhal condition of the throat and
"Some one suggested Peruna. As a
last resort, after wasting much time
and money on physicians, I tried the
remedy faithfully, and in a few weeks
was as well as ever." Jean Cowgill.
A Southern Judge Cured.
Judge Horatio J. Goes, Hartwell, Ga.
"Some five or six years ago I had a
very severe 6pell of grippe, which leftf
me with systemic catarrh. A friend! ad
vised me to try 3-our Peruna which I
did, and was immediately benefited and
cured. The- third bottle completed .the
cure." H. J. Goss.
If you do not derive prompt and satis
factory results from the use of Peruna,
write at once to Dr. Hartman, giving at
full statement of your case and he will
be pleased to give you his valuable ad
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