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J. H. HasUns, of Chlraco,
J , President ( hlciuro Jtn ln
I), idiirfHsrg Comfort ins
to Women Kegarding
Mnn. Pi (k n am: Mothers
Afb.il childhcarinrr nfrjr
''1 Ur.t t
!"-v li.fl Talr.fl of Lydlu"i:. Pink
ui h oa;ctablo Compound.
I hm-d children I dreaded tha
ly y i'Jr it left me weak and sick
I ' MRS. J. II. 1IASKINS.
for months after, and at the time I
thought death was a welcome relief;
but before my last child was born a
rood nettrhbor advised LydlaK.Pink.
1) ain't Vegetable Con-pound, and
1 u.sed that, together with your Fills
and Sanative Hash for four months
f f,ore the child's birth; it brought
onderful relief. I hardly had an
Whe or Pa'n am when the child was
VVdays old 1 left my bed fstrong in
health. Every spr'mp and fall I now take
abottleof Lydia E.Finkham's Veg
etable Compound and find it keeps
me in continual excellent health."
Mks, J. II. IUssmB, 3218 Indiana Ave.,
Chicago, 111. 5000 forfait If about testimo
nial Is not genuine.
Caro and careful counsel Is
rrliat the expectant and would-bo
mother needs, and this counsel
The can secuwn without cost by
' "Uln; to Mrs. Pinkham at
' Lfjin, Mass.
One day an old friend said:
"Are you troubled with dys
pepsia?" I said: "Yes, and I
don't ever expect to be
cured." He told me to go
across the street and get a
rhox of RiDansTabules. After
Incinrr linnns Tnhules for
tiree weeks I was satisfied I
had at last found the right
medicine, the only one for me.
The FiVB-Ceut packet is enough for an ordinary
occasion. The latnily bot.le, BO cents, con
tains HMiipiuy lor ii enr.
Its quality influences fi
the selling price.
growing insured only
when enough actual
is in the fertilizer.
Neither quantity nor
good quality possible
Write for our free books
GHRMAN KALI WORKS,
93 Nassau St., New York City.
DID YOU EVER
Onutder the Insult offered the Intelligence of
thinkini people when the elalra Is made that
any one remedy will cure all dleasesr No,
well think of It and send for our book telling
all about 2 Special Bemedles for special d la.
psed conditions, and oar Family Medicine
Ones. A postal osrd will seeure the book
and a sample of Or. Johnson's "After Dinner
1'11 " Aff"ts wanted. The Home Bemedy
Co..' Austell Building. Atlanta, G&.
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I LaGrippe, Colds, etc.
25 Money back if It falls. ir,&25c.AU Drugstores g
E. J. Vawter's Carnations are the Best
CHnirP " From the famous "Vawter
if iODNIA Carnation Held, " Ocean
ALll-ORMA pArt t -ai. h,uv rooted
ARNATIONS cuttings, propagated with
ntit artificial heat, f'ft't po-tpahl, on receipt
Tt price I f r,.lo.. 'wanji for f, 5
I'rl i Vo of IVale, Violet, for 'iSri 3 "'
uVbfor'i5 t 3 Ha Mly Hulb for 2 5
or.A rs fi led in rotation. Ord-rtu-w. Address Ofah
tSli CO.. (IDC.. OCKAS FA..K. CAUK. BMA.
field ftlrdul at ImMls i:xpItIo.
. a art.
- ,. AFFAlUb
Memllng l'roken China.
China can bo nx-ii'V-l with water
KlnsH and jiowdrrt'd nKbi-stoH. Mix tha
nsbctoi- with tho water glass until
like a thick cream. Cover the broken
edges with this mid press together,
fastening tlnnly. The article tdiould
htand several days to allow the ce
ment to liardeu. Ladies' Homo Jour
nal. KeplHctne Doors With 1'ortieres.
It it- a mistake, according to nn
nrtlnt, to discard doors too generally
in a Mil to of apartments, replacing
them with portiere. Retain houio of
them, and, where it hcoius possible,
liaug a picture on one, or decorate it
with a brass ornament or two. net
above. In using the portieres, too,
do not have thorn nil hanging in
straight lines; Introduce one tr two
soft Bilk hangings that may be looped
back, to break the monotony.
Cleaning; Silk ut Home.
Silk may be cleaned at home and
look as nice after the cleansing pro
cess as though Kent to the cleaner's,
providing the garment is to be re
made and may be ripped apart. Cover
the ironing board with an old blanket
or double shawl; on top tack a. sheet.
Lay the silk smooth on this sheet
and sponge both sides with one-half
cup gall, one-half cr.p ammonia and
one-half pint tepid water. Koll the
silk on an old broom handle, having
it perfectly free from wrinkles. Let
it dry and do not iron. Woolen good;'
may be treated and roiled in the same
manner. (iood llousekecpir.g.
Furniture 1'or Use.
In choosing furniture one should
choose the same discretion as in pick
ing out friends, says an artist in arts
and crafts. Select eacn pi?ce with an
eye single to the purpose for which it
is to be used. Let each piece be of
honest workmanship, showing the
grain and character of the wood from
which it is made, no veneer; and above
all, let it be in good taste with the
surroundings. As a foundation prin
ciple, it would be well to have noth
ing in your house that is not either
useful or ornamental. Richness in
furniture or any other material does
not consist of overloading in orna
ment or glaring color. It is rather the
perfect union of that which is useful
with that which may please the eye,
and often in " fact we might say al
waysis a pleasure both tQ the maker
and the owner. This is the reason
why the artist so admires that which
has been preserved from the middle
ages, for it made no difference for
whom designed the rich or the poor
all bore that thoroughness of con
struction and delicacy of thought that
came from the development of the
people in art tastes adapted to their
wants, each according to his station
in life. New York Commercial Ad
vertiser. WW recipes:. :
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Veal Stew One-half Spanish onion
browned in tablespoonful butter, one
pint tomatoes, two quarts boiling
water, one teaspoonful curry powder,
one saltspoonful of pepper and one
rounding teaspoonful of salt, two
pounds veal. Stew two hours. Put
a cupful of rice, one teaspoonful salt
and two cups water into a dish and
steam over meat, serving with meat.
Egg Cream Beat up the yokes of
two eggs with two tablespoonfuls of
sugar and when well mixed add one
tablespoonful of lemon juice and one
half the grated rind of the lemon,
riace inside a saucepan of boiling
water and stir slowly until the mix
ture begins to thicken. Add the stiffly
beaten whites of the eggs and stir
until the whole is like thick cream.
Tour into the moulds and set away
Puce Omelet To one cupful of cold
boiled rice add one cupful of warm
milk, one tablespoonful of melted but
ter, one teaspoonful of salt and a little
pepper. Mix thoroughly and add to
thorn three beaten eggs. Tut a little
butter in a frying-pau; when it is hot
turn in the mixture and let it cook
slowly. Put iu the oven for a few
minutes. When it is cooked throng
fold it in half. Turn out on a hot
platter and serve at once.
Duchesse Toast Prepare n batter
with one cupful of milk, one well
beaten egg, one-quarter of a cupful
of sugar, two-thirds of a cupful of
Hour, two tcaspoonfuls of melted but
ter. Cut stale bread into lingers four
inches long, and one inch wide and
one-half inch thick. Drop them into
the batter, leaving them in it long
enough to become soft without
breaking. Fry brown in a little hot
butter, dust each with powdered su
gar and serve with a spoonful of jelly
The Cauvity cf Sir Charles.
"Ho.v do you do, Sir Charles? 1
think 1 had the honor of meeting you
with lir.l ."
"What do you want?"
"Well. Sir Charles, I have endeavor
ed to Btate In my letter "
"Yea, I have your letter, and you
write a very slovenly hand."
"The fact is. Kir Charles, I wrote
that letter in a hurry in your waiting
room." "Not at all, not at all. You had
plenty of time to write a legible note.
No; you are careless. Go on."
"Well. Sir Charles, a vacancy has
occurred in "
"And you are very untidy in your
"Well, I was travelling all night. I
"Nonsense; you had plenty of time
to make yourself tidy. No; you are
naturally careless about your appear
ance. Go on."
"Well, Sir Charles, this vacancy has
occurred in "
"And you are very fat."
"Well, Sir Charles, that is heredi
tary, I am afraid. My father was very
"Not at all. I knew your father
well. He wasn't fat. It's laziness."
Nevertheless, the visitor got the Job
he came to seek. O'Brien's Life of
Lord Russell of Killowen.
"So you think of becoming a profes
"I do," answered the musician.
"Have you taken any steps in that
"I have. I have employed a press
agent and purchased a bottle of hair
invigorator." Washington Star
First Lady Dear me, I never say
Mrs. Potts look so pale.
Second Lady Nor I; she's probably
been out in the wet without an um
brella. Pearson's Weekly.
A Convict Makes ! liver Dollars.
A convict, employed iu the boiler room,
succeeded in perfecting a die for making
sliver dollars without detection, and was dis
tributing themthrough outside cccomidieos.
The officials wera about a3 much surprised
at this discovery as tho person who receives
a substitute article in place of the genuino
Hostotter's Btomach Bitters, the only sure
cure for indigestion, dyspepsia, constipation
and biliousness. Don't fail to try it. Our
Private Dio Stamp is over the neck of tho
People who live on tick seem to be im
mensely tickled about it.
AT SHAKESPEARE'S HOME.
"I am finishing a tour of Europe; tho bast
thing I've had over here is a box of Tettorine
I brought from home." C. II. McConnell,
Mgr. Economical Drug Co., of Chicago. 111.
Tetterine cures itcbing skin troubles. 50 a
box by mall from J.T. Shuptrine, Savannah,
Qa., if your druggist don't keep it.
If you can't back up your assertions the
next best thing is to back down.
Tyner's Dyspepsia Remedy Cures Irregu
lar Heart Action. At Druggists, 60 cents.
You can't make the father of twins be
lieve that a man cannot serve two masters.
SilOO Reward. SIOO.
The readers of this paper will be pleased to
learn that there is at least one dreaded dis
ease that science has been able to cure in all
its stages, and that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh
Cure is the only positive cure now known to
the medical fraternity. Catarrh being a con
stitutional disease, requires a constitutional
treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter
nally, acting directly upon the blood and mu
cous surfaces of the system, thereby destroy
ing the foundation of the disease, and giving
the patient strength by building up the con
stitution and assisting nature in doing it
work. The proprietors have so much faith in
its curative powers that they offer One Hun
dred Dollars for any case that it fails to cure.
Send for list of testimonials. Address
F J. Cheney 4 Co., Toledo, O.
Soid by DrnggiBts, 75c.
Hall's Family rills are the best.
Conscience is a good deal like an alarm
clock. We get so used to it that we don't
Seo advertisement of EE-SI Catarrh Cure In
another column- the best remedy made.
When a fellow complains that he is al
ways getting sold he feels pretty cheap.
Best For the Bowels.
No matter what ails you, headache to a can
cer, you will never get well until your bowels
are put right. Cabcabets help nature, cure
you without a gripe or pain, produce easy
natural movements, cost you just 10 cents to
start getting your health back. Casoaeets
Candy Cathartic, the genuine, put up in metal
boxes, every tablet has C. C. C stamped on
it. Beware of imitations.
Consistency is the only jewel that women
don't seem to care much about.
Earliest Russian Millet.
Will you bo short of hay? If so, plant a
plenty of this prodigally proline millet. 6 to
8 to is of rich hav per acre. Price, CO lbs.,
$1.90 ; 100 lbs., 3.00; low freights. John A.
Salter Seed Co., La Crosse, Wis. A
Some people play the piano as though
they were doing it for exercise.
Putnam Fadeless Dyes do not stain tho
hands or spot the kettle. Sold by all drug
gists. More people have died from colds than
were ever killed in battle.
FITS permanently cured. No fits or nervous-
ness after first day's use of Dr. Kiine'3 Great !
KerveRestorer.J-2 trial bottle and treatisefree j
Dr. P.. H. Kline, Ltd.. 931 Arch St., Phila., Pa. j
The trouble with a friend in need is that j
he is always that way.
I do rot believe riso"s Curo for Consump
tion has an equal for coughs and coids Joas
P. Poyer, Trinity Springs, Ind., Feb. 15, 1000.
A little change in the pocket is belter
than a decided chance in the weather.
day been viT
"Yes, old chap. I had my flan
ngre to he married on her birthday."
"That does have a little lomantie
"That wasn't the Idea, you Rr I
was thinking that one present would
answer for both anniversaries." Now
CURE3 RHEUMATISM AND CATARRH.
T Prov It Medicine Frt
Dotacla Wood Dnlm (B. B. B.) kills tb
pcUoa la tba Hood wldeh causes rheuma
tism (bonn patra, swollen Joints, sore mua
oloa, aohea aad pains) and catarrh (bad
breath, deafness, hawking, spitting, ringing
In the ears), thus mailng a permanent ctire
after all ebe falls. Thousands cured. Many
Buffered from EO to 40 ycurs, yet It. B. B.
cured them. Druggists 11 per largo bot
tle To prove It cures, uamplo of B. B. B.
Boat free by wrhlng Blood Balm Co., 12
Mitchell St., Atlanta, Qa. Describe trouble
and free medleol advleo given. B. B. B.
sent at once prepaid.
No woman thinks another woman'o baby
quite up to tho mark.
ff Maay Imitators.
and Bon Ton
Jill that is Smart.
Healthful and up to date.
Ask dealer to order for
you. Accept no other.
Royal Worcester Corset Co., Worcester, Ma.
S KiiL VICTORIA RIPE Zx
About 10 miles ahead
(jiuuiinens, in vscor ana
and calUe all orrr
-(V 5 u'rTelou"1"' proline.
... .1.. -
l Produces a luxuriant crop three feet tall
L williln six weeks after seeding and lots
f and lots of pamurage all summer Ionic
besides. Will do
Grass, Clovers and
Onr eataloirne Is brimful of
such as 1 ImiiMiiid Headed Kale;
green fodder per acre ; Pea Oat:
aou ions oi iiay per acre, isuuon ioiiar urass, etc., etc
Salxer's Crass Mixtures
Yielding t tons of magnificent hay and an endless
Brontus lnermis6 tons of itay per Here
The great (trass of the rentury, tfrowing whererei soil Is found. Our prreat catalogue, worth Jinoto
any wide awake American gardener or farmer, is mailed to yon With mauy farm seed samoles, upon
receipt of but 10 cents postage, or Catalog alone & eenU for postage.
JOHN A. SAL2ER SEED COMPANY. La Crosse. Wis.
A PIT' '"llf-PTil ITiY'iTY 1
illalsby & Company,
41 S. Forsyth St., Atlanta, Ga.
Engines and Boilers
Meaui Wiitfr Hentera, Stenin I'nmps itiv'
iianufactnrers and Dealers In
( orn Mills, Feed Mills, Cotton Gin Machlu
ery and Grain Snparators.
SOUP and INSERTED Saws. 8aw Teeth an i
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Mill and Enerine liepalrs. Governors, Grate
ISnrs and a full line of Mill Supplies. Price
and quality of goods guaranteed. Catalogue
iree by mentioning this paper.
EE-M Catarrh Compound
Cures Catarrh, Asthma, Bronchi
tis and Colds.
A alSLD, PLEASANT SMOKE,
We give an iron-dad guarantee that its
proper use will cure CATAKKII or yonr
tnonev refunded. For tobacco uers we make
KE-!tI Medicated Clgas ami Sinoitiii
Tobacco, carrying same medicid properties
as tlie compound. Sm pies !. One box,
one month's treatment, one dollar, pot-tpaiil.
Your druggist, or
EE-M Company, - Atlanta, Qa.
IX Jf i V9 I quick rc wt and cures wor't
esses- Book of tertimonia's snd 10 iIiivh trestmeni
Vree. r. H. H. OHEIS'S SOB. Box B. At snte fi.
. ?: '.' t ; i i i. o l-j t. u - .ii Li v: LAI c
1 bUKtS I
; t rtost t ouiiii
yrup. , 1 iLsios GikkS. Liw
Sild frv firutriiTs.
"One cf my di'v.Vcr hul a
terrihle csc f nsthraa. $'c tiicd
almost t t ryiliin, hut iihout re
bcf. Vi c then inc. J Aycr'a Chtiry
Pectoral, and three and one-half
bottles cured her." Pmma Jano
l'.ntsmingcr, Langsville. O.
Aycr's Cherry Pectoral
certainly curcsmany cases I
And it cures bronchitis,
hoarseness, weak lungs,
winter coughs, night
coughs, and hard colds.
Thrtt liiet: 25c, SOc., $1. Alt h-li!L
Cnniult mr dix'tor. If he ? tke It,
tlien ii aa lio I' 1I not
to tiikn It. tlin dun't (k It. lie Unowi.
1 ua It lth lilm. V.' m williriK.
J. 0. AY KK CO., Lowell, Jfsi.
of Dwarf Kssex ISapeln j'-i'-:
nuurmmnR quality. H
America at lc. alb. It is
Kaiser's catalog tells.
well anywhere, rice
ITS I ' 0
1... 'i'i. ia
thoroughly tested farm seeds ffl 'fit ...RS
Teosmle. producing! 80 tuns of Rf-ARr"1'
Knelt s, with iu to bushels of grain Jf ' FRICN0
amount of pasturage on any farm In America.
3IlUt rr f sp. '
Notice increase of sales in table b;!r.v :
i jVofl 2.Sj, "i Y,f Pairs.
Business Wore 'ihait lloubtcd in Four Years,
THE RASOXS i
W. L. Douglas makes and sells more men's
Sn.00and$3.i.0 shoes Hum anyotltertwo man
ufacturers in the world.
W. L. Douglas ?3.00 and jri.'O shoes filaced
side by side with ,.00 and ?!'. 0 fcliocs of
other umkes, arc found to be jut-t as good.
They will outwear two pairs of ordinary
$3.00 and $3.50 shoes.
Made of tha best leathers, Including Patent
Corona Hid. Corona Colt, and Nniiunal Kannaroo.
Fnt Color Kv.Ms anil Alffnv. R'.rk Hook. 1 .d.
W. L. Doug-las $4.00'" GUt Edue Ijiio"
cannot be equalled at any puce,
ritioea 'V n.uii .1i-.e.p;i. 4 :if nltgfrce.
1 . Mm. I?ii.!nH, JirU tn. I a-... J
J with Helf-thre.uliint nertdle. Oih nil km.U of Buo
atw.nur. Akdih nutke i.w wslv ?iiiuv t.irti.
S-iie lor .rti.tl,irM. "NATIONAL AUJoMAl'K!
SELDIX CO., IiU Naasau Street, NtfW Voik.
Mention this Papr
1 1 afflicted with
r, : i
3yf' iVS Douglas Stores
7 - V y 'TVV and the bsst I
If is-' shoedcalera
Ii .. -... X, -J everywhere.
'" - V& t",0!(I
i 5-"-. 't" O. . The genuine
";,J YW) haveW.L.
: ' ' fell DouKlas'
;.:: if' lyl II name and
I! ' ' 'iA JT J j price on