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QUCCR WAYS OF THE TURK.
Iiackntho Is a forerunner and
one of the most common symp
toms of kidney trouble and
BEAD MISS BOLIVIAN'S EXPERIENCE.
" Souio time ao I was in a very
weak condition, my work made mc
nervous and my back ached frightfully
all the time, and 1 had terrible head
lichen. " My mother pot a bottle of Lydia
H. I'inkham's Vegetable Com
pound for mc, and it seemed to
fctrengthen my back and help mo at
once, and I did not get so tired ca
before. I continued to take it, and it
brought health and strength to me,
and 1 want to thank you for tho
pood it has done mc." Miss Kate
JIollma.it, 142nd St. & Wales Ave.,
New York City, f 5000 forfeit If original cf
about letter proving yanulnenest cannot be produced.
Lydia U. Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound cures because it is
the greatest known remedy for
kidney and womb troubles.
Every woman who is puzzled
about her condition should write
to Mrs. Pinkham at Lynn, Mass.,
and tell her all.
American Locomotives for Russia.
The Russians have signally failed
a3 locomotive builders. Twenty-four
locomotives were recently constructed
at the Charkoff works for the Central
Russian Railway. They were con
tracted to develop a speed of fifty
miles per hour. In actual service
eighteen miles was their maximum
speed. They have consequently becn
condemned as practically worthless,
and the Government railway advisory
board has recommended that locomo
tives employed on Russian railways
hereafter be obtained exclusively from
the United States. One American
manufactory has sent 419 locomotives
to that country already, including all
Rends Your Mail and Tabors
Telephones and Ele.tricity.
The- Turk ni'ip'Mtn rvcryVidy n;,d
r'verytliins:, nnd no private act.r.o t-.e-cluslon,
In iinfe from hla '.i.trin-ioii.
Mery tHegnwn hi tit froiii the publb
dJiWch in at race reported to the a'l
tliOiitlca. No or.e ca! safely ;;ciit u
Utter by the Turk! ,h jio.it unbvis ln
'.a willirifc to have it opened nnd re:i!,
ar.d take the. chawea of Invli::; it con
fiscated if the (ciiBor find;;, anything
that can be twkted into an lr-'ilt to
Moharnim'('nr.i!'ni. Ah a result of 11: In
condition and the Inability c.f foreign
ers residing In Turkey to cui.itminl
cute with any certainty svitii their
friends, uonv of th reat Furopcan
nations have established io:-tofloes of
their own la Tmkb:i citiea, in which
they employ only Ilurapeuns, iw their
swn ftamjip, nnd watch their mallbngs
until they jiuss beyoud U'p prying eyes
af the Turk.?. In Salonica there are
no fewer than five j.ort-o(!lces, Bri
tish, Austrian, Servian and Turkish;
In Constantinople six. If one wishes
to be sure of hla mail, he must Inquire
at four of them nt least; and if ho real
ly wants to have his letters reach their
destination, he must send them
through soma post-offlcc other than
Turkish. For the reason that the au
thorities cannot be sure of a complete
knowledge of all the conversation that
might pass, the telephone ha3 been ex
cluded from the empire; and no Turk,
ish city is electrically lighted because.
It Is said, the officials discovered the
word dynamo in the applications for
the necessary contracts, and dynamo
suggesting dynamite, the official Turk
was paralyzed with fear! So all
Turkey is still candle lighted, or at
least lamp lighted. Whatever Is
Turkish In Turkey Is sure to be out
of order, disorganized, dirty; what
ever Is foreign Is, by contrast, well
kept. Ray Stannard Baker, in the
THOUSANDS OF UOLIEtBYSllO FROM CATARRH
St. Louis and San Francisco K. It.
Offers to the colonist half fare, plus $2.00,
to points in Arkansas, Missouri, ftelnska,
Kansas, Colorado, Texas, Oklahoma and
Indian Territories, on the following dates :
Nov. 4 and 18, Dec. 2 and 16, Jan. (i and 20.
Feb. 3 nnd 17, March 3 and 17, April 7 and
21. Write for advertising matter, rates and
information to W. T. Haunders, G. A. P. I).,
"I never reach a decision," said the
Etatesman, "until I have heard both
sides of a question."
"That's right," answered Senator
Sorghum; "it's never safe to jump at
conclusions concerning who ha3 the
most money." Wasnlngtr- Star.
A GOOD MEMORY.
"Ha possesses a good deal of mother
"No, his father's wit. All the mat
ter of memory on his part." Detroit
Beware of Ointments For Catarrh That
as mercury will surely destroy the senso ol
! smell and completely derange, the wuolo sys.
x tern when entering it through the mucous
r, surfaces. Such articles should never be used
except on prescriptions from reputable, phy
sicians, as tho damage they will do is ten fold
to the good you can possibly derive from
them. Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured
by F. J. Cheney A Co., Toledo, O.. contains
no mercury, and is taken internally, acting
directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces
of the system. In buying Hail's Catarrh Cure
be sure to get the genuine. It is taken in
ternally, and is made in Toledo, Ohio, by F.
J. Chencv A Co. Testimonials free.
- &2Sold by Druggists; price, 75c. perbottlo.
; Hall's Family Tills are tho best.
American flour is used for the bread
baked in Palestine.
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Pc-ru-na Cures, That is VJSiy tho
Pcoplo Liko it.
All the Advcrtisamont in tha
World Could Not Mako Pc-ru-na
as Popular as it is.
Min M.irr'.int D'.tniel'.y, 21 V.bstcr
I'i:ice, Ilronl.l) n, N. V., writi-H:
"IVruiiii Yhh rcciiiniiicfidi' 1 to Ine nbout
yciT HD for eatai i ll, w ith wliirli 1 had
been troubled nearly all my life, but which
had piven me (.PiiniiH trouble a few months
before 1 tonic lYnina. In two v.crl.s my
head cleared up, 1 did mt have lira-
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uclies, unci m n t-iiort time Hit ici i iec. i:y
well." Mm :utt Donnelly.
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ADMIRED HER JUDGMENT.
She Oh. Fred, dear, you are eo
noble, so generous, so handsome, fo
chivalrous, so much the superior of
every man I meet I can't help loving
you. Now, what can you sea in plain
little me to aomire?
He Oh. 1 don t know, dear; but you
certainly have very good judgment.
A Remarkable Gift.
The gift by the late W. E, Stratton,
of Colorado, of $1,000,000 to build a
hospital home, and practically all the
rest of his great estate of $14,000,000
to maintain it, is one of the most re
markable in a time distingushed by
November Colds Should Not Be Al
lowed to Develop Into Chronic
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Pe-ru-na Cures a Cold Promptly and
"I am glad to recommend Peruna, as it
hafl done so much for me. I had been a
great sufferer from catarrhal colds until 1
was urged to trv Peruna, and I am happy
to say that it lias entirely cured nie. 1
shall never be without it, and most cheer
fully recommend it to others who are af
flicted as I have been." Katherine Dau
ter. 239 13th St., Milwaukee, Wis.
Most people think the success of Teruna
depends upon the use of advertisements.
Undoubtedly the advertisements help
some. But by far the greatest number of
people who hear of Peruna have their at
tention called to it by a friend.
Some one gets cured of chronic catarrh
by Peruna. After he is certain of his cure
he is sure to recommend it to his friends.
Friend recommends it to friend and the
news spreads from tongue to tongue.
All the advertisements in the world
could not make Peruna as popular
ag it is. Veruna cures. That is the
reason people like It. Peruna cures
a very stubborn disease. That is tcij
everyone recommends it. Peruna
cures chronic catarrh after all other
remedies fail, which explains why neighbor
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cccw -i U5) jr- My z-: i t : 'r.vrt
neighbor. P e r u n a
cures catarrh perma
nently, and this way
has gained a melon
People who have
by Peruna many years ago
have been eager to recommend Teruna to
their friends ever since. This is the way
Peruna is advertised. It advertises itself.
Its merits arc its chief advertisement. Once
cured of so distressing and exasperating a
malady as catarrh it becomes the duty of
every one to pass it along, to call the atten
tion of those who are still victims to a
remedy that rarely fails to cure.
Beware of Cheai Imttatlons ot Pe-ru-na
Be Sure That You (Jet
There are no substitutes for Peruna. Al
low no one to persuade you that there is
something just as good. The success of
Peruna has tempted many people to devise
cheap imitations. Beware ot them, lie
sure that you get Peruna.
Miss Jennie Driseoll, 870 Tutnam ave.,
Brooklyn, N. Y., writes:
"I heard so much in praise of Teruna
as a specific for catarrhal nfTections that
chen 1 found myself with a bad case
of catarrh of the head and throat
Peruna was the first ihina that I
thought of. And my convictions were not
wrong, for in a few weeks after using Pe
runa systematically I was entirely nd of
this aggravating and distressing disease,
"If people knew how efficient Peruna
was for this trouble they would not hesi
tate to try it. 1 have all the faith in the
world in it, and have never known of a
case where the person was not cured in a
short time." Jennie Driseoll.
I'f you do not derive prompt and satisfac
tory results from the use of Peruna write
at once to Dr. llartman, giving a full state
ment of your case and he will be pleased
to give you his valuable advice gratis.
Address Dr. llartman, President of The
llartman Sanitarium, Columbus, Ohio.
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repeat. They don't jam, catch, or fail to extract.
In a word, they are the only reliable repeaters.l
Winchester rifles are made in all desirable!
calibers, weights and styles ; and are plain,
partially or elaborately ornamented, suiting every,1
purpose, every pocketbook, and every taste.'
made for all kinds of shooting in all kinds of guns.
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I lorour 164-paze Illustrated Catalog. j
WINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS CO., NEW HAVEN, CONN.
FITS permanently cured.No fits or nervous
nessafter first day's uso of Dr. Kline's Groat
Nervellcstorer. atrial bottle and treatisofrcso
Dr.lt. 11. KLiyg, Ltd., 931 Arch St., Fhlla., Pa.
Some mighty stupid young men arc clev
er enough to have rich fathers.
MrsAVinslow's Soothing Syrup for children
teething, soften tho gums, reduces inilamma
lion.ailays pain.cures wiudcoiic. 25c. abottlo
Carp are Eaid to live hundreds of years,
and pike are also hardy old fellows.
Putnam Fadf.lkrs Dyes do not stain
the hands or spot the kettle, except green
American desks and business system files
are in use in Europe.
That to have your Dress Fit you
must Wear the Proper Corset
or Bon Ton Corsets
ore the most stylish made
Ask your dealer tp show them.
Accept no substitute.
ROYAL WORCESTER CORSET CO
Avery & i
SI and S3 S. Forsyth St., Atlanta, Ga.
AIX KINDS OF
for graduates or tuition refunded. Writ
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Reliable Frtck Engines. Doilers,
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I do not beliovo Tiso's Cura for Consnmp
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Our new 2-IIorse
is built for that pur
pose and does it
rapidly and cheap
ly. A machine that
will pull yellow l ine
Etumpg whl pull al
most anythiiicj- else. It
iB boin-r ubpcI bv many
planter nnd moyl of
tha luiiMnn It It anH
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933 Eighth St..
w Monmouth. IU-
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W. L. DOUGLAS
I will be sixty-one years old next
April, and all my life had been a great
sufferer from dyspepsia and indiges
tion. Up to three years ago 1 was sure
tlwt nothing would help me, as I had
tried almost every known remedy, none
giving me much relief. One day my
family physician told me to try Ripan-s
Tabules, as he had found them of great
benefit in several obstinate cases of in
digestion and dyspepsia. 1 will say
candidly that I had little faith in them
or in anv other medicine when 1 began
taking the Tabules. Much to my sur
prise I felt better within a day and
was soon greatly relieved. I kept tak
ing them and continued to improve. 1
felt like a new woman, and my neigh
bors and friends aw a great change
for the better in my health.
The FivcMnt paclft Is onmirh fr n ordi
nary orrasion. Ti.cs faniilv IkiUIp, 00 ceiitu,
contaiuo a xupply for a car
S3 & $3 SHOES H
W. L. Dautflai s'wss ars the standard of the world.
W. Ii. Hon if las made nnd sold r.ior? inon's Good.
year Well (Han i Sewed lrorer.t0 !iof in Hip first
(dx months or 11102 than nnv oth(r raiiiiuiHotiircr.
ff in Kl;n"w"!''ra!,loanvonewho
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W. X. DOUGLAS SS4 SHOES
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I Best imported an'l Awcrioon leathers, Hcyl'a
! Patent Calf. Enamel, Box Cr.lf, Calf, Vici Hid, Corona
I Colt, Nat. Kangaroo. Fast Color ICyelets used.
I Caul'':l ! Th0 irennlne have W. . EOUGT.AS'
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