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PE-flO-flfl GIIIIES GATARRI
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IVru-im Croatln? a National Sensation in the Care
of Chronic AUmcuti of the KUni'js.
Major T. II. Mnrs, of the First Wis
consin Cavalry Keinient, "writes from
142." Dunning street, Chicago, 111., the
"For yea r I Buffered with catarrh
of the kidneys contracted in the
army. Medicine did nothelp tneany
untlla comrade who had bcenhelped
by l'erun advlm-d me to try it. 1
bought some at once, and soon found
blessed relief. 1 kept taking it our
months, and am now well and Htrong
andjeel better than Ihavo done for
the past twenty yearn, thanks to
reruna.T. II. Mar.
Mr. John Vance, of Hartford City.
Ind., says: "My kidney trouble is much
. better. I have improved bo much that
everybody wants to know what medi
f cine I am using. I recommend I'eruna
to everybody, and some have com
menced to use it. The folks all say
that if Dr. Hart man's medicine cures
me it must be great." .lohn Vance.
Mr. J. Brake, of 1'etrolea, Ontario,
J i Canada, writes: "Four years ayo I
f I had a severe attack of Hrltjht's dis-
vane, wnivn uroayni me sit ivw me
doctor said nothing more could be
done for me. 1 began to take I'eruna
and Manalln, and in three months
1 was a well man, and have con
tinued so ever since." J. Brake.
At the appearance of the first syrup fin
once t he
very root of
neys of the
v e u t I n s
the escape of serum hum the blood.
Peruna stimulates the kidueys to ex
crete from the blood the accumulating
poison, and thus prevents the convul
sions which are sure to follow if the
poisons are allowed to remain. It
gives great vigor to the heart's action
and digestive system, both of which
are apt to fail rapidly in this disease.
Peruna cures catarrh of the kidneys
simply because it cuiv catarrh wher
If you do not derive prompt and sat
isfactory results from the use of Pe
ruua, write nt once to Dr. Ilartman.
giving a full statement of your case,
and he will be pleased to give you his
valuable advice gratis.
Address Dr. Ilartman, President of
The llartmaa Sanitarium, Columbus.
M Z M WHO CZLWm MAIL.
Heart Trariri Thr.t Line tha Rcuta
cf Lc'.i?r Carriers.
"T 11 yn-t a nnry7 Why, yes, I
ii!-;M tell a f'J'l ninny ftork-s If that
wa In my lin" The gray . fr.rrli-r
bli'w a I'sily wrcMth of hin"l;i up
ward and !- I.cd tlio dead ash from
lis cigar." pay Ve Denver News.
in'" hfc. T! r''.; on c!d lady on
i;iy ro'ito dovp In AliSr.nia vlo sits
Inditing the livelong day by the front
loo: i window. Pvery noi nins; and
fil'te-nrKin when I vi;i: tlo at the door
of Iht next door iriuhbor she lays
down her knitting ar.d peers with a
tired, eagT faco out of that window
until I fco by. r.he's got a boy scmo
v.herc out west. Ho doesn't write to
her twice a year. Yet twice each day
tho v.liolo year tn rough she sits there
with that anxious look, waiting, wait
ing, waiting. I feel a twitch at my
own heart every time I pass by and
rco the look of expectancy fade into
disappointment. Sometimes I'd give
50 to b? obi1 to stop and give her
five lines from that good for-nothlng
hoy cf hers for whom she's eating; out
"That reminds me," sakl a younger
man who heard the gray carrier a
story, "of a pretty baby on my route
In a Louisiana city. She's a dainty
tot about 4 or maybe 5 years old. She
has blue-gray eyes like a wood violet
that look a fellow straight to the
heart. Forve little girls can do that
after they are older. This tot's mam
ma died six months ago, and for a
month afterward she used to come
tripping down the walk to meet me
with n little white note in her hand,
and looldcg me to the heart out of
those big, trusting eyes, she would
say: "Mr. Postman, won't you pleaso
take this letter to my mamma in
heaven?" I used to take the dainty
missive from the wee pink hand. I
couldn't tell her how far away her
mamma was. One day she came with
out a letter and there was pain in the
great, Eweet eyes. 'Mr. Postman,
baby wants a letter from mamma.
Please, Mr. Postman, tell my mamma
me wants some letters, too,' and, boys,
every day for a week I had to pass
that baby with the pain in the gray
blue eyes and I wondered the angels
did not find some way somehow to
make her baby heart understand."
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TAKE HO SUBSTITUTE.
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4 South Forstli St., Alhnta.Ca.
Si at lunar y
AND ALL KINDS OF MACHINERY
I'diui'li tr Hue I'ttrrii tl ii nfnrk for
IMMi:iIA I F. x.t.nn.fH.
l; Ht MiK'lilni'ry, 1 i wi',i I rl.'fH hihI Tprin.
Write us for catalogue, prices,
etc., before buying.
wriiinif Cllnea. LouUrUlfl. Ky., open lh whul
year. htuUetiiecau eutornuy lime. Catalog iron.
hi liUhLS WntHt AU tLtt rAILS. P
,J Bei CUjunh Syrup. Tai.ti-s Uoxl. Cue f 4
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Free Test Tro-!nicn!
If Ton h.iv no filtk In mi mwlnvl of
lrr.iiii.viil, Mn4 in mibii m of
ii i 1. 1 ii s urm f" iintly.. I will
limn null u I7 in nil r I'lirn
(811 Of U CD5T. Jwii win iub t
riiu'iiltlwl mil lT irwnwi c.
Milniiiriiind t.:tl for urin nl
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10 OAVS' TREATMENT FftEE.
ITavn mada TrctrT and lta oora
Jnca'jPtis a upeoiaiiy Mr iwsnty
a;wiib tU8 mont wonortiu
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writing to advertisers- (At. 45. '02)
The Preferred 8tock of the
II. L Douglas scho.
Capital Stock, $2,009,000.
$1,000,003 Preferred Stock.
$ 1, 000,000 Common Stock.
Shares, Si OO each. Sold at Par.
Only Prcf rred Slook offered for s-le.
W. L. Qjuglas retains all Ccmnon Slock.
Why invent your money Rt 8V or 4 wlien tl.c VV. I,.
Doiiicim PreferreH Sloi'k pays 7 ami l absolutely nafo.
1. veiy dollar or atoi-K orreri'il tiif puoucims Ufinmi il inoie
hi a dollar's worth of a
tisscts. W. L Douulfis continue.
to own one-h ilf of I iio luicmt ,
aul is to remain the active head
of t lie eoncprn.
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inn hiiHineHs hi Tint. .n.n nnno- i-ik c
rp.loowi nrnsnei't. It, isa dlMitoll- fltl' i2'
l h lartnwt ImiiiiMMW tn the world jfe.'-ft?
f prwluitmit Mm'. loo-l vmirWelt f-,";-
(hand soweU process) (shoes, and , Y i'.S
li:is always tH-en ltniiii nn !y i'-S
lroflt.abl . The business innate tf.wf .
HoUllMll. IITCW roillJJULl'lJ Ul 'f
vamii, maKing it a tiettur in r
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v?8t.:ieut thsu any other in-
rt is' rial ston'v. There hiis 6- ;A '.:.';:. (fi Y
ift b-wn a year in the tuut ,'Ar.;iS''SN
twelve when the liusinesg K'-'ff A'Vl'V
lixs nit earned In actual 5VW AiMttE)
cisn mil')! in jre ttmn ttie amount neceepnrv loi'ii)' 7;i
aii'ViM dividend on tlie preferred ttock of H.Oto.ouO.
Tlie annul li'Mineso now is .r.rnr ooo. II Is Incmtsi'tc
i X rry mildly, and will eoual fT.oiooui for the yetir l'.wi.
(r T ie factory is now turnniK out W) pnivs of slioes per
I S dav. and an addition to tlie plant, is Vein i.' built which
vui increase rue capacity to m.ooo pans per utiv. l lie
reason 1 am nfferinv the Trriferred Stock lor Bale is to
perpetuate tlie business.
If yon wish to invest In the best Bhoe buBlness In the
world, which is permanent, nnd receive 7' on your
money, you can purchase one share or more in this
ftreat business. Kcnd money by cashier's chcelt, certified
rheck, express or Y. O. money orders, made payable to
W. L. DoiiKlas. Certificate of stiwk will be sent you
liy return mall. Prospectus divine full Infornintton free.
W. J" HOtJUJ.ASi, Ui ncklun, AIum.
Lady Belle I should think that he
would propose soon?
Miss Grahame Oh, no; it's all over!
He never really meant anything.
Lady Belle Why, have you quar
reled? Miss Grahame No; but yesterday
he gave me a box such a let of sta
tionery. Lady Belle But presents are al
Miss Grahame But my kiitlals are
on it; such a lot! Oh, no; It's all
over between u'
SUPPLY AT HAND.
Employment Agent I have a cook
that will just suit you. She is a young
widow and is very fond of children.
Mrs. Richleigh But we have no
Employment Agent Oh, that'll be
all right, Ma'am. She has six of her
own. Chicago News.
There are no less than 3.2C2 diffor
cnt species of fish inhabiting the wa
ters of America north of the Isthmus
For warm climates no
Corsets compare with
apd Bon Xon
They always fit.
ask your aeairr to snow intra
to you, or order style you select.
Royal Worcester Corset Co., Worcester, Mass.
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I have been using Ripans
Tabules for over two years
as a medicine for general
ills. I always keep a sup
ply on hand, and find they
fr icomc in handy for everyday
use in case ot headache,
constipation or a bilious
The Five-Cent packet ia enoujh for an
ordinary occasion. The family bottle,
C3 cents, contains a supply for a year.
State ot Ohio, OitttT of olboo, i
J.tjcas Co'jsty. f ' '
Feask J. Cheney, mako oatlit'tit hoia th
nenior pavLner ot the firm ot F. J. Chekby ft
Co., dofnf businnsa ia tho City or To'.odo,
County ami State nfore.jai l, and that said
firm will pay tho sum of one htjndued dol
lars for each and every case of cat aurh that
cannot bo cured by tho usi of Hall's
CATAnun Cure. Fiianmc J. Cheney.
Sworn to before me and subscribed in my
. . presence, this Cth day of Deoember,
I seal. A. D., 183G. A. W. Gleason,
' ' Notary rublir.
Hall's Cat arrh Cure is taken internally, and
acts directly on tho blood and mucous sur
faces of the system. Send for testimonial?,
free. F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O.
Sold by Druipts,75(i.
Hall's Family Fills are the best.
An cale can live twenty days without
food, and a condor forty days.
FITS permanently cured.No fits or nervous
ness after first day s use of Dr. Kline's Oreat
Nervelies torer.f '-'trial bottle nnd trcalisef rea
Dr.lt. H. Klisk, Ltd., 9i!l Arch St., l'niia., l'a.
Carp are said to live hundreds cf years,
and pike are also hardy old fellows.
Mrs.'Yinslow's3oothirjg Syrup for children
ieethin;,softoiiil)3 gums, reduces inflamma
tion, allays paio.curos wind colic. 25c. nbottla
Some men with liberal views allow their
liberality to end there.
Putnam Fadeless Dyes produce the
brightest end fastest colors.
A rolling sto.ie gathers no 111053,
neither dots a roiling mill.
risos Cure cannot bo too htphly sniken it
tn acouh cure. J. W. 0'1;bikx, Xhit-.l
Avenue, S., Xliiiutj ipolH, Minn., J va. J, 1J JJ
American potUis crc ?.o.d i:i IrclunJ.
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THE CHILDREN ENJOY
Life out of doors and out of the games which they play and the enjoy
ment which they receive and the efforts which they make, comes the
greater part of that healthful development which is so essential to their
happiness when grown. When a laxative is needed the remedy which is
given to them to cleanse and sweeten and strengthen the internal organs
on which it acts, should be such as physicians would sanction, because its
component parts are known to be wholesome and the remedyitsclf free from
every objectionable quality. The one remedy which physicians and parents,
well-informed, approve and recommend and which the little ones enjoy,
because of its pleasant flavor, its gentle action and its beneficial effects, is
Sj'rup of Figs and for the same reason it is the only laxative which should
be ucd by fathers and mothers.
Syrup of Figs is the only remedy which acts gently, pleasantly and
naturally without griping, irritating, or nauseating and which cleanses the
system effectually, without producing that constipated habit which results
from the use of the old-time cathartics and modern imitations, and against
which the children should be so carefully guarded. If j'ou would have them
grow to manhood and womanhood, strong, healthy and happy, do not give
them medicines, when medicines are not needed, and when nature needs
assistance in the way of a laxative, give them only the simple, pleasant and
gentle Syrup of Figs.
Its quality is due not only to the excellence of the combination of the
laxative principles of plants with pleasant aromatic syrups and juices, but
also to our original method of manufacture and as you value the health of
the little ones, do not accept any of the substitutes which unscrupulous deal
ers sometimes offer to increase their profits. The genuine article may be
bought anywhere of all reliable druggists at fifty cents per bottle. Please
to remember, the full name of the Company
CALIFORNIA FIG SYILUP CO.- is printed on
the front of every pack
age. In order to get its
beneficial effects it is al
ways necessary to buy
the genuine only.
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THE LAST V;0ItD.
"A woman Is never happy jr.lcns
Fho ztU the la?t word. scid t' c man
w'o runs to platitudes.
"That's a mistake," ansvired Mr.
Meekton. "A woman always ineit3 on
a man's having the lat word. But
It must corns In tri form cf aa
.oo!c!ry;" V.'ashlnEton Star.
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