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inoi n fli t ion In thrus than there Is In
tho look lldf." l::i!tinifir Herald.
now inn nun know.
Mrs. Cadd-That horrid Mrs. Can
did usually had the audacity to tell
in" to ray face that I was n moan,
IpUrful h!d iwsip.
Mr?. Molri' H !' ar rue! Who told
her I vender. New York Herald.
. , AFFAIRS
A NOVKL SOFA CUSHION'.
Novil i.iil il.'.lnty Is n fa cushion
nn.il'i..'il of I'.oiildo l:iIi':itl 1i;its jf
In a d lh:;to blue t.l.:nlo llnh':ed
with frill -t t match. Hand or lace
liici tlgii l'lnil with k:i tin rl'l'iii In
the palest l'lnk toiler terminate l:i
luscltes at the top. Tho ooiiildiiiilhin
of coins U l'louchy and exceed!.
k VENERABLE PAST!
. omm m pe-ru-ma
Pe-ru-na is a Catarrhal Tonic
Especially Adapted to the
Declining Powcrsof Old Age.
ojention on all the inurmu membrane
ui the body.
One bottle will convince nny one. Once
u-u'd .i nil 1 irutia becomea a lileionx auuj-
v with (lid and voutiii
Mr K:.riiltid Vi 1 1 r ii 1 tr i
Mo., wr.tea; "My licn wan cat, in h
the uret!ir:i and b Udder. I Cot A buttle
D. B. 0, SENT FREE.
Caret r.loo t in fikltt Dlwi, Cineer,
Itrlilnx Humor, llono ruin.
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' ;J if.IH, h'-aM.y, -aly, lte!dn;j Eczema,
Ui-fr, r.ntlai; Korea, IWofulu, Wood
l'olson, P.onn Tains, Swelling, r.houma
tlsm.Can M.r. r..i"'i Lilly alviHd for ehronli
ru-s thiit doctors, patent medicines nnl
Hot Spring fall to euro or he.lp. Strength
ens weak kidneys. DniRK'ists, tl per
lar' i hottl'J. To prove It cur 11. D. B.
sent free, by writing Blood Balm Co.,
1 VMHeholl stro-t, Atlanta, CI a. Dcsk'riho
tblo aul free modioli! alvloo Bent In
,.M letter. Medicine sent at once, pre
jdt. All wo aslt Is that you will epcait a
good word fur B. B. B.
-m, M I I tmnrlfil At
I DO UlUOSi litiin III Miiioiioi i uie ureinra an. ni.oiner. i r'h n "un
iriUUlUS 1113 L.UIHJ uiiu I wn relieved am) Could aleep Rild
UnnliU in Dn.rn.nl ! '. n ...v. i tl...t 1'.. ., . u a
rem mi iiilmii. i
Hortlth tn rn-ru-ni. rt all r.n-ht I iiink Unit l'e rti in a
lv. 1 had tried other very
df MiLennnn County, vnia,v reeommended inedicines. hut they
Coronation medals mode of gun metal
'have heea pm.'iued by Kin I'M ward
to the hou"li i'd t ,,';t"'sor Castle.
ODD CI UN AW AKi:.
Odd hits of chlnarare are In the
form of -",' I'.ishcs with places around
the oil-e lor hoMin;,' the cs? cups. (Jnc
Rich lisli Is in the thape 01 a leaf w.tli
the kzz c;:p. outllnlir; the of the
leaf and a chlclan at one end. In ."li
nt her the head of a chanticleer f-erves
as a handle, the cups Indus airancil I
m a tray around the odf.
T l, ..j tin. i.rrnt IlL'O Ol JH ili.t mo tm ifdllit 7ilV ti IVslL'l.in to II
yer lie an ardent friend of eruna, t)int r0l,hl ot cspeet to he cured of my
imd Mieak-i of it in the following terms. tr,,u-) I WllH et ttii) to he nn old tniin
Mr litock myn: (.r yearn). I feel very thankful for wlnt
' "After a nian has lived in the world J pe ru na lias done for me."
lonu an 1 have he ouht to have found out ater ,.tu.r Mr. Sauridern ayt: I
a irrrat many things hy experience. 1 ttnnk ftm st,n 0f the name nnnd with rey.ird to
1 li'ive dotic so. " jyour l'e-ru na nicdieuie." .
Pfufnen I Hi. in i. lit! toured
l v local apidl"utlons as they r annot reach tho
diseased portion of the ear. There Is only one
way to cure, deafness, and that Is hy eonBtl-
l-liAnnl ..imnilLia Tl(.nfncl Iq pilllQPil VlV 11TL
Inflamed condition of the mucous lining o(
Jf Eustaohifin Tube. When this tube Is In-
. 1 nii Viava u rtiinlilinrf nminil at lm nor
r V -ft hearing, and when It Is entirely closed
In i.fness Is the result, and unless tho inflarn
ln'.'.ion can he taken out and thistuhero
rtr. red to its normal condition, heariuf: will
ho destroyed forever. Klne cases out of tea
are caused by eat arrh, which Is nothing but aa
inflamed condition of the mucous surface.
We will Kive One Hundred Dollar? for any
case of Deafness (caused by catarrh) that
cannot bo cured by Hall's Catarrh ("uro. Cir
culars sent free. F.J.CnEXEY 4 Co.,Toledo, 0.
fcnia hv Driiff'tnis 7Sc.
llall's Vamily Pills are the best.
A fat woman thinks she is plump, and
a thin one Hatters terseit mat bne is
A IIYC Sl'fUIKSTION.
A wis.' housewife Kii:-'K'!t that It Is
very had for cither valuable or luex
jtenslve v":;s to be beatca too often, as
"it tlors lu very fact heat the life out
of them. "When the surface becomes
soiled th;-y can be washed with no fear
of injuria;? taclr colors, since the ma
jority of oriental rus especially are.
washed rcneatcr.ly before reaching this
country and the dyes used arc thereby
mellowed and enriched.
The best method of washhr; a large
rug is to stretch and taek It upon a
clean Poor, thou scour it well with
soapsuds. After tho scouring it must j
be thoroughly rinsed to remove all j
trace of the animal matter in tho soap, i
after which It should not ue removed
until it Is perfectly dry. Thtn it will
not shrink and will lie? perfectly flat
upon the floor..
"I RELY UPON
ALL CATARRH Al
.... .. .
tnv entire saiiMin
tion is the iri4r
nnicdv for ai.menU
due directly to the
flhcta of the ch-
"For HI years I
hsvc withstood the
During my lon' Ide
a Bieat tnanv reinediea tor
!i:irrh nnd diarrhoea. I
THE CAKE OF SILVER.
To prevect silver from tarnishing
place a few lumps of camphor In the
box or drawer containing the articles.
This will neutralize to some extent the
gases which turn silver black. If sil
ver is to bo stored for some length of
lime it should be cleaned thoroughly
and placed in cotton ilaunel bags which
can be closed tightly at the top. These
bags should then be -wrapped in
paraffin paper or still better in becs
was. paper. To make the beeswax pa
per, for It cannot bo bought, take or
dinary manila paper and lay it on a
smooth surface covered by. a -white
cloth. Shave the beeswax thickly
of the United
1 have known
had alwws ku'ihiosciI thse affections to be
different" diseases. For the lant ten or
fifteen vears I have been reading Dr. Hart
man's hooks, and have learned from them
That, these af-
trill. Limit, ! (i. ..v .
fection are the same, and that they arc
..I'Tiorli' mlii.1 pnfiirrH
"As for Dr. llartman's remedy. Peninn,
I have found it to he the best, if not the
only, reliable remedy for these affections.
If fian been via ntam1-br for man'
Vrarsnndlaffrfbut' my good health
and my extreme uldage to thin rcm
"It esaotlv meets all my requirements.
I have come to re'.v upon it almost entire
ly fir the many little things for which 1
t to be esne-
ciallv vahnh'e to old people, although 1
i ii v:Virn;;;
ft i.il r
firr ii iiiiiiaiiaiiiiiiiK
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doubt it is just as good for the
A Xew Jinn at 79.
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pass a hot
FREE MEDICAL ADVICE
Every working girl who is not
well is cordially invited to writo
to Mrs. Pinklmm, Lynn, Mass.,
for advice; it is freely given, and
has restored thousands to health.
Hiss Paine's Experience.
"I want to thank you for what you
have done for me, and recommend
T ...1 ! n ! lr.lrliirtl'K VPCTCtable
l j tV 1 1 1 ui ..-- i
Compound to all girls whose work
keeps thern standing on their feet in
fjvu. cnvo Thn doctor said I must
f top work ; he did not seem to realize
If that a cirl cannot afford to stop work-
in. My back ncneu, my appeme wc
poor, I could not sleep, ana menstrua
tion was scanty and very painful. One
day when sulferincr I commenced to
take Lvdia E. Pinkham's Vege
table Compound, and found that
it helped me. 1 continued its urse, and
soon found that my menstrual periods
were free from pain and natural ;
everyone is surprised at the change in
me, and I am well, and cannot be too
' grateful for what you have done for
'me." Mips Janet Paine, 530 West
""ljth St., New York City. $5000 forfeit
If on final of above letter proving genuineness can
not be produced.
Take no substitute, for it is
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
ir Compound that cures.
iron over it. The wax will melt right
into the paper.
New silver frequently Is lacquered.
In other words, the surface has been
varnished with a solution of gun cot
ton and ether. This is done by manu
facturers to prevent tho silverware
being tarnished, also to keep the sur
face in good condition. The varnish
sometimes peels off, leaving the ex
posed surface to tarnish. In this case
there Is nothing to do but to place tho
silver in boiling water for two or three
minutes, after which the laccuer can
be easily removed. Silver caii bo re
lacquered if desired. - -
1biior Frank O'Mahoney,
Hannibal, Mo., writes:
"I am professionally a newspaper corre
spondent, now 73 years old. I have watched
the growing nower of the Peruna plant
from its incipieney in the little I02: cabin,
through its cradations of success up to its
nutnbi.siViripnt in Columbus. Ohio.
and I conclude that merit brings its full
"Co to a few vear aio I felt no need to
test its medicinal potency, but lately when
mv system needed it. your Peruna re
lieved' me of many catarrhal troubles. Some
two years aso I weiehed 210 pounds, hut
fell away down to lft3 pounds, and beside
loss of'iiesh I was subject to stomach
troub'es, ir-.diaestion, losn of appetite, in
somnia, niiht sweats, and a foreboding of
irettincc mv entire sygtem out of order.
During some months I nave Peruna a fair
trial, and it rejuvenated my whole system.
I feel thankful, therefore, for. although Ti)
rears oM. 1 feel like a young man." Major
In oM aire the mucous membrane be
come thickened and party lose tncir iuuc-
tUThi9 leads to partial loss of beari-"-;.
smell and taste, as well as digestive disturbances.
Peruna corrects all this oy its specuic
rojiff and Vlfforoun at the Ago ol
N. Tarkcr, Utica, Is.
" in dune, luui, i iwsirj
M U lunvinn had
hat imnalred tor several
liMESae IIMIM IIIMIW "I"
years, but no, ho much effaced but that 1 could hold converse wim my
irlendt; but in June, 1001, my sense 0 hearing lejt me no thai I could
hear no sound whatever. 1 natal, troubled wllh severe rheumatic Paln
in my limb. 1 commenced taklnj Ptrunx and now my hearing is re
stored an good as it 10 . prior to June. 1901. My rheumatic p ilns are all
, ..... 1. .. 1. ii.t.. t ipuiiunni w in', when SS yearn owy
gone. J cumiii rw, - . 1. .
can av that il ha invigorated mj whole smtem. I cannot but thtnu
dear Doctor, that you must feel very thankfulto the all loving Father that,
Vouhave been pcmltted to Uv?, and by your ski l tn such a blcing as
h.,, K.iif,-rlnn huminltu." llev. J. A. I'arker.
Mrs. F. E. Little, Tolona, 111., writes:
"I can recommend Peruna as a good mcdi-
cine tor chronic ca
tarrh of the stom
ach and bowels. I
have been troubled
severely with it for
over a year, and
a so a coucin. .now
YEARS OF AGE.
my cough is all gone, and all the distress
ing symptoms of catarrh ot the stomach
and bowels have disappeared. 1 will rec
ommend it to all as a rare remedy. I nm
so well I am contemplating a trip to el
low Stone Park this coming season, llow
ia that for one 71 years old?"
t .t.. Wtor. cha mv' "I nm only too
ill tl iClLUl Klv, oi... - -
thankful to vou for your kind advice ana
lor the good health that 1 am enjoying
wholly from the 'use of your Peruna. Have
been out to the Yellow Stone National
Park and many other places in the West,
and felia.ll alwavs uiunn you lor youi tjtuw-osity."-Mrs.
t'. E. Little.
If you do not derive prompt and satisfac
tory results from the use ot Peruna, write
at once to Dr . Ilartman, giv ing a full state
ment of your case, and he will be pleased
to give you his valuable advice gratis.
Address Dr. Ilartman, President of The
Ilartman Sanitarium, Columbus, Ohio.
- I . . 1 ni..M:. nature's Great
AP finm Cherokee Remedy ot bweet uum anu munwii uemay for
SE TAYI OR S SiTcSds, JariPPe a wawks,
W RECIPE s:.vf'
2SO "SrotXXl.5 TWXon.
At once to qualify for prond foMtlons which
will guarantee in wrtUng unJer a $5,000
deyoslt to ioomiitly proem e Ihoin.
;he Ga.-AIa. Bus. LoMege,
f.pnvfine stamned C C C. Never sold !a bmL
... . I 1 col
4 ueware 01 tne aeaier wuu ujc w
' "somethlnj just bs good."
iAELL DRILL IUG
1 J H HM'tox.of Keru. Mii-s., writes a-1 follows:
-'I will Miy tluit 1 have never Mt-n a Ve.l l'n'i;
i-lii M:i-.-!in:e that would eijiiul nr
m ,..i .. f.,i- t!,ij i,;irt of the eoe.ntrv. It H UK
i ..' 1.0, l i.i .-..rti or r.,fV thifi I evcrsaw
. . ' I H.,i wi ll uli-nseil with It. t liuve nail "
l-,;:!,:,. ivir'i It i-'.iii' I t.irte.l it." ,
. .. . . . , ... !, ,l,u Winrl of W
... o ;.i'vT.''r I.l'iuM!? VlAl H1MC f'V.T'.t:i:i.
Stale Bread Griddle Cakes-Soak one
pint of stale bread in one quart of
milk for one hour, then beat It smooth;
beat the yolks of two eggs, add them
to the milk and bread, then add Hour
to make a thin batter; one teaspoonful
of salt; add the whites of the eggs,
then three level teaspoonfuls of baking
powder; beat thoroughly and bake on
1 hot griddle.
Plain Cream Soak half a box of
rrolatine in half a cup of cold water one
hour; put three cnpfuls of milk in the
double boiler, add one cup or sugar,
then the gelatine, stirring until it 13
dissolved; strain when cold, add juice
nnd rind of one lemon; stir well, turn
it into a mould and stand in a cool
place; serve with cream or custard,
Ponovcrs Beat two eggs until quite
thick; add to them two cupfuls of milk:
pour half of this over two cupuus oi
slited Hour and one-fourth teaspoomuj
of salt; beat well, then pour.ver re
maining milk and - egg; beat until
frothy, then beat for one minute with
the egg beater; till hot greased earthen
cups two-thirds full and bake in a
moderate oven forty-five minutes.
Sugared Beets-Cut off the beet
tops, scrub the beets wilh a vegetable
brush, put them Into boiling water and
cook until very tender; then pour oK
the water and scrape off the skins; cut
beets in slices onc-fourih inch thick;
to rive small boats add three level
teaspoonfuls of butter, half a teaspoon
ful of sugar and half a teaspoon ot
salt; bring to the boil; serve hot.
The rerfrrt nnsbmxl.
A woiv.an's idea of a perfect husbarfd
is o:ie who thinks he has a perfect
wi:e.-:ew York Tress.
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cau dlaprovo this statement.
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isthelargest manufacturer "'f
ho enti huv clieaoer and ,: '
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lower eost 1h:m otlll
rnrnn wliieli enables him
to coll slinos for SI1.50 and
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where for $4 an I $.-.."'.. , f ,, v h ? MM
w. l. Douglas .?a.r.;) a vii viX ' .b
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