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To be a successful
and admiration of her
woman's constant study. Mrs. Brown and
Mrs. Potts tell their
of all wives and mothers.
" Drab Mrs. Tixkham : Liydia
pound, will make every mother well, strong-, healthy and happy. I dragged
through nine years of miserable existence, worn out with pain and weariness.
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results she had had from your Vegetable Compound, and decided to try what
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fering with inflammation and falling
that and built up my entire system, till
bincerely rours, Mrs. Chas. J. Ubowjt,
Vice .President Aiothers Club."
Sufferinpr women should not fail to profit by Mrs. Brown's ex
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The reformer i-s a good man, but he has
bis limitations. One of them is his diili
culty in getting along with the average
person. Another is in the lack of toler
ance he sometimes has for a world he has
come to believe very, very wicked. And if
that world, which is obstinate on oc
casions, whether wicked or no, declines to
be safeguarded by the reformer's particu
lar patent type of moral or social barbed
wire fencing, he becomes pessimistic, in
deed. Cleveland Plain Dealer.
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I was indeed like a new woman.
21 Cedar aerrace, Jot .springs, Ark.,
Dear Mes. Ptnkham : During the early
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my husband and I felt very badly as we were
anxious to have children. A neighbor who
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" Within a year after I became the mother
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If you feel that there is anything at all
unusual or puzzling about your case, or
if you wish confidential advice of the
most experienced, write to Mrs Pink-
Champ Clark was making a speech in th
house a few davs ago when Mr. Mann, o)
Illinois, was called out of the hall on
business. He was gone some time, but
when he returned the same robust voic
was still waking the echoes.
"Is Clark still champing?" asked Mr
Mann, frivolously, of Mr. Mndd, of Mary
land, who wa9 lust comincr out.
"He's champing a little bit," responded
Air. JHucia. Washington jjetter.
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SENATOR LATIMER SPEAKS.
rhe Eloquent Southerner Pleads the
Cause of Good Roads Before
a Boston Audience.
Senator Latimer, of South Carolina.
has come to the front as one of the lead
ing champions of road improvement. In
fact, he was elected to the senatejnaln
ly on that issue. Last fall he intro
duced into the senate a bill for national
aid similar to that which Congressman
Brownlow introduced Into the house,
and he has defended it ably and eloquent
ly. In an address recently delivered at
the Beacon society dinner, at Boston,
"The improvement of the common
roads of the country engaged the atten
tion of our ablest statesmen from 1802
to 1832, and during that period about
$14,000,000 was appropriated by congress
for road purposes. All the great minds
of that period were one in conceding this
question to be of the highest Importance
In determining the happiness and pros
perlty of the American people. It is to
day, as it was then, a question which
demands the earnest consideration of
every American citizen. The mud tax,
levied on our people by the miserable
condition of the common roads, is the
most onerous that we have to pay. It
will astonish you to know that it costs
the people of the United States every
year more to transport the surplus prod
ucts of the farm and forest to the ship
ping point, than the total cost of trans
porting all the freight, passenger, mail
and express over all the railroads-of the
United States. In 1896 the railroads re
ceived from all sources a little over
$700,000,000. Every dollar of this was
returned to the people in the employ
ment of labor, payment for material, in
taxes to the states, and in interest on
invested capital. The $1,000,000,000 or
more spent in cost of transportation
over the dirt roads was a total loss, not
one cent being returned to the people in
taxes or as interest on invested capital.
And yet this is only a portion of the loss
caused by the poor condition of out
"In this enlightened age no one ques
tions the stupendous advantages which
would follow a complete system of im
proved roads. The cost of the work
wmild be naid by the savings ol
one year. On the improved roads of Eu
rope the cost of transporting a ton a mile
Is from 8 to 12 cents, while in the
United States the cost averages
cents. A reduction of this cost by one
half would save to the American peoplt
$500,000,000 per annum.
' The practical question which con
fronts us to-daj is how is this condition
to be met and overcome? Upon whom
must the burden of this great undertak
ing fall? We have tried the presenl
system which was inherited from Eng
land, which has cot resulted in much im
proveme.it in the past 100 years, and,
in my judgment, will never prove a sue
"It is evident that some change in out
method of road Improvement must be
adopted. The local community is not
able to construct roads unaided. Many
of the states are not able to do so, and
even If they were, there is a feeling
which, in my opinion, is justly founded,
that it would be unjust to require them
to bear the whole burden. The con
sumers of raw material and food prod'
ucts throughout the United States are
equally interested with the producer la
lowering the cost of transportation, as
they, in the end, have to pay this heavy
tax. As this burden cannot be equitably
distributed except by placing it on all
the people, and as the most remunera
tive powers of raising revenue, orig
inally held by the states, are now in
the federal government, it is only by ap
propriation out of the federal treasury
that the improvement of our roads can
be accomplished with justice to all the
"The next question which presents it
self is as to the power of congress tc
make such an appropriation. I think
that the power exists by express grant
in the constitution. Basing my opinion
on the views of such eminent men ai
Madison, Monroe, Gallatin, Webster
Calhoun, Clay and Adams, and, taking
into consideration the legislative his
tory of the country. I hold that the pow
er is clearly established. The power
has been exercised whenever congress
thought it wise to do so, and the only
question which is really important is
whether or not this is a proper subject
for federal aid. All that is asked bv
the bill introduced by me is the appro
priation of a fund for road purposes. The
states are to be furnished the right ol
way, maintain the roads after they are
built, and pay one-half the cost. Con
gress is not asked to invade the states,
but simply to appropriate money as an
aid to an object for the general welfare
and happiness of all the people. There'
could be no better investment of the
public funds than in road improvement
It would enhance the value of farm
lands from 10 to 50 per cent. An Increase
in value of five dollars per acre would
add $3,000,000,000 to the wealth of the
country in this item alone. The conges
tion of business during the winter
months would disappear, and our peo
ple could go to the markets at all times.
In fact, the material advantages which
would follow are too numerous to men
tion, and too great to estimate.
"What will we do with the proposition ?
Will we go on for the next 100 years as
we have during the past, or will we
arouse ourselves and make this question
a burning issue before the people until the
result is accomplished?"
HELPFUL DAIRY NOTES.
Milk should be separated before the
.emperaiure falls, as at the tempera
ture at which it is drawn separation if
Milk cans filled with milk cool faster
in water than in air at the same tem
perature, as the water is a better con
ductor of heat.
Most stables have too much cowy
odor in them to make it safe to keep
milk in the stable after it is drawn
or to tlo the separaUng in that plac.
Some men separate their milk in the
stable and say that if the stable is not
clean enough for that operation it is
not clean enough for the operation of
The practice of sending milk to the
creamery without straining it should
be discontinued. The strainer is of
value yet, even though separators are
used in creameries.
If .a man does not want to take lime
to wash his cows before they are
milked, rubbing the udders with a
damp cloth will do some good, and ia
pot a time-wasting operation-
Ekin Diseases, Bone Pains, Itchlngs,
Aching Back, Blood Poison, Eczema,
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Tbe above picture .how what Botanic BIh4
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to stay cured, thousands of men and women, who
autfareJ from all staces of impure blood, after every
known remedy, doctors, and specialists had failed.
How t tell yon have blood disease.
If you have th tell-tale pimples or eruptions on any
part of the body.rheumatic aches and pains in bones or
Joints, aching back, swollen glands, or swellings and
risings on the skin: blood feels hot and watery, skin
itches and burns.ecrema.scabby sores.mucous patches
in the mouth.sore throat.scrofula,ropper-colored spots
hair on eyebrows falling out.boils, carbuncles, rash on
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you may be certain you suffer from poison in the blood
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Free From "Help."
"Aunt Jemima," as everybody called
her, was the oldest person in the
neighborhood. She was known to be
over one hundred years old, and in
sisted that she was nearly one hun
dred and twenty; but in spite of Iter
advanced age she was still vigorous
and in the enjoyment of perfect
Moved by that feeling of curiosity
which people have about anything
that is abnormal or unusual, several
fine ladies from the city went one
day to the little village where she
lived, and called on her.
"Tell us. aunty," said one of them,
"what i3 the secret of your great ag
and your wonderful vitality?"
" 'Deed, honey," responded Aunt
Jemima, with a sly twinkle in her
eye, "I 'spect hit's bekase I hai i't
nevah had no trouble wid hi.'Ji'd
guls." Youth's Companion.
Good News from Texas.
New Braunfels, Texas, May 23rd. A
remedy has been found which cures every
form of Kidney Trouble from Bright's Dis
ease down, including Rheumatism or
Heart Trouble, ilr. (J. C'. Schumann, R.
F. D. No. 4 from IJraunfels has used it in
his family and says of the result:
"My wife had a heap of trouble vith
Kidney and Heart Disease. She was very
bad and nothing poenied to help her, till
we tried Dodd s Kidney- Pills, and the
first box of this medicine did her more
good than all the other pills and medicine
6he had used. We are very thankful to
Dodd's Kidney Pills for what they have
done for her.'
Many other cases are being reported,
in which this remedy has done wonderful
work in the relief and cure of Rheuma
tism, Diabetes and Kidney troubles of all
This will be eod news to many who
are suffering ns Mrs. Schumann was before
Dodd's Kidney Pills cured her.
Keeping an expense account is a sys
tematic way of finding out why you are
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Neither do harsh words butter the
I am sure Piso's Cure for Consumption
saved mv life three years tigo. Mrs. Thos.
Robbing,' Norwich. N. Y.. Feb. 17, 1900.
When a man is well dressed lie feels he
is entitled to attention.
TIRED, SUFFERING WOMEN.
Women run down
and endure daily tor
tures throug-h neg1
lecting' the kidneys.
makes housework a
burden ; rest is im
possible ; sleep fit
ful; appetite g'ives
out and you are tired
all the time. Cstn't
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Doan's Kidney Pills,
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Mrs. AVilliain Wallace, of 18 Capitol
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the early stages of Bright's Disease,
and were it not for Doan's Kidney Pills,
I would not be living to-day. Pain in
the back was so intense that at night I
had to get out of bed until the parox
ysm of pain passed nwaj. I was languid
and tired and hadn't the strength to
lift a kettle of water. I could not work,
but a few doses of Doan's Kidney Pills
relieved me, and two boxes absolutely
cured me "
A FREE TRIAL of this great kidney
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will be mailed to any part of the
United States. Address Foster-Milburn
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Price 50 cents per box.
Writ aa or aak i
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TRACK AND TRAIN TALK.
During the last year the railways of
South Africa have placed contracts In
England for 1,750 steel cars, to be deliv
ered at once. Sorr.e of the cars have a
carrying capacity cl over 35 tons. '
The (irst electric railway in Peru,
from Lima eight miles to the Pacific,
and another contemplated from Lima
ten miles to the seaport, Callao, will
have American cars and dynamos.
luicnuiuuiai auaj.aj " "J j
ployes are making a concerted enorr. 10
get their pension scheme before parlia
ment at the present session. The
scheme originated with the Employers'
Insurance association, and is designed
to cover cases that are not included In
the insurance scheme, as well as to pro
mote greater efficiency In the various
branches of the railway service.
One million dollars a mile is the esti
mated cost of constructing a tunnel,
four miles in length, on the line of the
new Moffat railroad, from Denver, Col.,
to Salt Lake City, Utah. Contractors
hesitate about bidding for the work, be
cause of the hardness of the granite
through which the tunnel mwstbe bored.
Sticks of dynamite make little impres
sion on the rock, and the railroad com
pany, itself, may have to build the tun
nel. An appliance to lessen the danger
from the derailment of trains has been
patented by a German railway official.
A rail is adjusted to the truck of the car
parallel with the axle, so that it is in a
position across, and about an inch above
the rails. Should a derailment of the
wheels take place these cross rails will
lie upon the rails of the track without
letting the wheels touch the ground.
The car will then drag along upon the
cross rails and slowly stop the whole
The Financial Chroaicle gives the
earnings of 158 electrical roads during
1902 and 1903. Those included in the
tabulation are""ih all parts of the coun
try and appear to be chosen only because
full data were procurable. The total
shows aggregate gross earnings of $213,
320,625 in 1903, against $193,127,512 in
1902, and net earnings of $88,224,176,
against $81,867,727. This encouraging
showing does not cover many of the in
terurban roads dependent upon the pat
ronage of sparsely settled regions, and
these are the lines that report the least
COULD HEAR IN GERMAN.
A Horse That "Was Not Used to In
structions in Any Other
"I bought a horse at an auction not
long ago," said an Kighth avenue butcher. '
according to the New Vork Press,- '"and I ;
thought I had got a bargain until I tried
him a few days; then 1 concluded that I .
hd been stuck. The horse wj sound,
had good sight, but he would not obey j
commands. I la would not stop when the
driver said 'Whoa!' nor start when he said
'tJit up!' The animal seemed to be deaf,
and the first chance 1 got 1 sold him to u
German baker at a sacrifice.
'"Shortly after that I met the baker, and
he shook my hand cordially and expressed
himself as being very much pleased with
the horse I had sold him. 1 wondered at
this and asked if the horne seemed to have
any difficulty in hearing. To my surprise,
the baker said the norse could hear as
well as any horse he ever had.
" 'Does he stop when you say "Whoa!"
and start when you say "Git up?"' I
" 'Oh, no!' exclaimed the baker, 'I don't
ar dot! I talks to him in German!'
''That horse must have belonged to a
German before he was put up at auction.
That is the only way I can account for his
Having a Pic-nle.
There is something particularly enjoy
able about going ta a picnic. The very word
Pic-Nic brings pleasant anticipations of a
pood time. The idea of going out to the
woods and fields or down by some brook
or lake, with luncheon to be served on the
gras and under the trees, has a peculiar
fascination. The fresh air and exercise con
tribute to give a hearty appetite to all and
everything at luncheon seeuis far better
than the hnest course dinner that a French
chef over served. Wooden dishes supplant
Dresden china, and paper boxes silver
trays, when the "good things to eat" are
spread upon the ground.
Pic-Nics are never complete without the
sandwiches, sweet white bread with a gen- !
erous layer of meat between. Libuy's J
canned meats are ideal for pic-nics and
outincs. The cans are so eanilv opened. I
and the contents so fresh and palatable,
that no pic-nic is a success without Tabby's
".Natural Flavor" Pood Products.
According to a recent bulletin of the de
partment of agriculture, ten cents' worth
of peanuts contains '"four ounces of Pro
tein and 2,767 calorics ot energy" but no
mention is made of the 1.4G7 pounds of
dyspepsia. Kansas City Star.
A St. Louis manufacturer is installing a
factory whistle that can be heard ten
miles. Will all that noise be necessary to
persuade the hands that it is quitting
time? Indianapolis Journal.
Some way when a woman speaks of her
husband as "Papa," ifr sounds as though
he is treated right at home. Atchison
The hard-luck man wouldn't trouble us
at all if he wouldn't insist on telling us
about It. Chicago Record-Herald.
Men hide many .defects of character un
der an assumption of dignity.
A woman finds no trouble in detecting
the beauty tricks of another woman.
A similarity of tastes in jokes is a great
assistant to marital felicity. N. Y. Times.
The boy who is paid to lc good never
earns the money. Chicago Record- '.lerald.
The View Point.
"DarV two sides to ev'y question," said
Uncle Eben. "When a mule is bein'
lw.l-o.l t- .nilo liim travel, lie reckons a
111 IX V VI ...... - - - 1
maivs 'bout dc obstinatcst animal dar is.
As to Popularity.
"Tl.e in:m who wants to De "popular
must be a cheerful liar."
"I don t see why.
. i ,w rniTi nimnlantv
by telling people the truth about them
selves. micago a s i.
Pa's Views About Goliath.
Teacher Can any little boy tell me how
it was that David prevailed against the
1 upil MY pa says uruie suciigiii ncer
is in it with the feller with a pocketful
of r.ocks. Boston Transcript.
Peace societies euht to take heart. An
instructor in "jiu jitsu" is to be en
gaged to teach the naval cadets- at An
napolis how to tight in the Japanese fash
ion with their arms and legs. When in
tf in.it ion;il contests are renncd down t
wrestling-matches the dawn of arbitra
tion for all disputes w:ii i-gin to nicKer
across the sky. Youth's Companion.
"And what," asked tne prospective citi
zen, "is the most popular street in vour
town?" ".Same here a anywhere else,"
replied the real estate man. "It's the
one in w.iich i located the courthouse,
citv hall, countv olhccs. banks, promot
ers' offices, and all the other good things, i
includine the brokers' offices, bucket
shops and tociety doctors places, it t I
Ea&y street." Cleveland Leader.
iU.S. SENATOR FROM SOUTH CAROLINA
For Dyspepsia and Stomach Trouble.
2 Ex-Senator M. C Butler. 2
If you do not derive prompt and satis
factory results from the use of Peruna,
write at once to Dr. Ilartman, giving a
full statement of your case, and he will
be pleased to give 3-ou his valuable ad
Address Dr. Ilartman, President of
The Ilartman Sanitarium, Columbus, O.
Veal Loaf, Vienna Sausage, ttzm
Are Among the Many Teirpt'ng Luncheon
Send for our booklet "How
Don't spend from $50 to $200 for a gun, when for so
much less money you can buy a Winchester Take
Down Repeating Shotgun, vhich will outshoot and
outlast the highest-priced double-barreled gun,
besides being as safe, reliable and handy. Your
dealer can show you one. They are sold everywhere.
rREEt Oar UO-Pate Masirafcd Catalogue.
WINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS CO. NEW HAVEN, CONN.
Hiawatha and his prospective father-in-law
were sitting before the latters tepee.
"I was looking for flints for arrow
heads over the ridge to-day' remarked
the young brave, "and found several
"I must tell that to my daughter," the
arrow-maker chuckled. "It will make Min
nehaha." Detroit News.
The Japanese treat their eervants as
they do other members of their house
holds, and evervthing is serene. Th?
creatness of the Japanese will not den?nd
I upon the way thev battle with Russia
they have solved the servant problem.
: Philadelphia Ledger.
Tbo main muscular supports cf
body weakan and let go under
cr Lumbago. To restore, strengthen
and straighten up, use
St Jacobs Oil
Price 25c. and 50c
Th Genuine TOWER'S
HAS BEEN ADVERTISED
AND SOLD FOR A
QUARTER OF A CENTUEl
It is made of the best
rttcriali. in black or jcBow.
fully guaranteed, and sold by
reliable dealers everwhere.
STICK TO THE
SIGN OF THE FISH.
Catarrh of the Stomach is Generally
Called Dyspepsia Something
to Produce Artificial Diges
tion Is Generally Taken.
Hence, Pepsin, Pancreatin and a Host
of other Digestive Remedies
Have Been Invented.
These Remedies Do Not Reach tha
Seat of the Difficulty. Which
is Really Catarrh.
EX. U. S. Senator M.-C. Butler from
South Carolina, was Senator from
. that state for two terms. In are
cent letter to The Peruna Medicine Co.,
from Washington, D. C, says :
'lean recommend Peruna for dys
pepsla and stomach trouble. I have
been using your medicine tor a short
period and tfeel very much relieved.
It is indeed a wonderful medicine be
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