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Mar,, tin- Civil W.ii- I liavi- hail attacks
of k i.l iwy dii'l 1 : r triiul.lt', divl.l
dlly worx.' iliirln ; tin; la-t two or time
years. AlllidUAli 1 consul tc.l
claim, sunn' of vlio:n toM inc. 1 was
Acrjjln u IlrU'lit's ll'ii,s and I was
continually i:uj Maiui.inl rcmcilU,
tin fscruclatli:;; aching Just acru3 iliy
Miwyn, whlclj tiiiliatfil to the shoul
der Made, still cxlMed. Ah might
expected when my kidneys v.ere la u
dlhturlicd condition, therj was a li
trcssin and Inronveulent dliliculty
with the action of the kidney scere
tlon. A box of Doau's Kidney Tills
procured tit Laiupartcr & Co.'s dni'
. store, lrou'!it riich a doclded change
) within n v.eik that I continued the
' treatment. The List attack, and it was
' particularly nKj;ravnUd, diraiipearcJ."
Three Yeura After.
Mr. I'.oie.s says In IS'JU: "In the
ppiins of lS'Ml I made a public state
ment of my experience with Doaifs
Kidney lill. This remedy cured mo
t of a terrible xicliing In the kidneys, In
yi'e- small of my back, In th juusdos
f f the shoulder blades, iind hi the
;iiil. Dunns tho years that have
iiouc by I vau eonsclentlously say there
have been iro recurrences of my old
trouble. My confidence In Doau's Kid
ney rills Is stronger than ver, not
only from my personal experience,
but from the experience of many oth
ers In Akron which liave tome to my
A I-'KKE TRIAL of this great kid
ney medicine which cured Mr. Holes
will be mailed on application to any
part of the United States. Address
A'oster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. For
sale by all druggists, price -50 cents
MOT ON THE MENU.
One day, when my brother was a lit
tle boy, my grandfather was a gueist
at dinner. That afternoon a neighbor
said to my brother:
"You had your grandpa for dinner,
"No, sir," was the prompt reply, "we
had turkey." Little Chronicle.
THE MODERN PARADOX.
Jaggles The cost of living Is
creasing all the time.
Waggles Yes, indeed! If the
cessarles of life keep going up It won't
be long before we'll have to fall back
on the luxur.'es. Fuck.
THE NATURAL LOCATION.
"Mamma, where is the mouth of the
Mississippi River?" asked Lucy.
"I know," said little Johnny, look
ing up from his play, "it's wight un
der Its nose." Little Chronicle.
The Monarch of the House.
v 1 Wives rule the husbands, children
rule the wives and the cook rules the
whole bunch of them New York
Smoking Cures Catarrh.
A Combiiation cf Herbs, Cmoked in a
Pipe, Cures Catarrh cf Head,
Nose and Throat.
SAMPLES MAILED FREE.
Contains No Tobacco and is Pleasant
and Easy to Use.
The fact that the smoking of tobac
co is injurious to the health is no ar
gument against the use of Dr. Blosser s
f ,'Jatarrn Cure in a pipe, or in the form
r of cigarettes, as this romeuy contains
no tobacco or any injurious drug.
The effect of a remedy applied direct
ly to the diseased part is much bet
ter than the uncertain action of medi
cines taken into the stomach. This
is the philosophy, profound as it is
simple, of the treatment of catarrh
with Dr. Blosser's Catarrh Cure.
It 13 the only known remedy that
can penetrate the recess'es of the head,
X, throat and Jungs, iso liquid remedy
can do this. No spray that ever was
Jtlevised surely no "constitutional"
' nostrum taken into the stomach can
reach the inflamed surfaces and
cleanse, soothe and heal them as this
medicated smoke-vapor does.
In order to demonstrate its merits,
a three days' trial treatment will be
sent, absolutely free, to any sufferer.
Address, Dr. Blosser Company, 32
Walton St., Atlanta, Ga.
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LnUrinpc and Neuralgia Banished
HY TIIH I'SE OF
10, 25 and 60c. at Diug Stores.
Genuine starr.ped C C C. Never sold In bdi.
Beware of the dealer who tries to sell
"something just as good." .
Wits vr.ttit all use raaa. L,t
Best CoutfU Syrup. Tones tiuod. wse prj
' TRANSPLANTING TRLT.'.
In transplanting trees all the iot:
which may hive became bruis'd or
broken In lh process of llfiln sIn.uM
be cut clean away behind the liru!.' :i
part, ns they then more readily Mii!
out new routs from t'u; cut part.-'. In
nil such cases the (lit should b' a
(lean, sloping one ami made hi j:n
tip ward and outward direction.
MAKINO A LAWN.
At a recent meeting of New Yo'.k
Ftato farmers, E. II. Ctislniian pivo
some jiradical directions on niacins
lawns. Ho plows deeply and pulver
izes tho soil until thoroughly tine and
even. He then takes one of the Hat
ditching scrapers and nails a strip of
board on the lower edge so that it will
cover seven feet wide, and with this
evens and grades tho surface. He then
stretches cords live feet apart, and
sows blue-grass seed Avalking back
ward, sowing the space of five feet and
moving the string over the next
breadth. In this way he and a neigh
bor had got a very even distribution
of tho seed. The ground was rolled
FERNS AND rOITIES.
Fome kinds of ferns travel by moans
of a power which the leaves have of
bending and taking root In the earth.
From one root' many different tufts of
ferns appear, often at a long distance
from the starting point. In the process
of growth, the tips of some of the
ferns take root at a little distance from
the parent root. Sometimes a series
of several tufts are found Joined to
gether, showing how they have trav
eled. Each new tuft where the fern
has taken root represents a step In the
walking of the fern. In this way they
go onward, covering the earth and
rocks In shaded places with a beautiful
green carpet, The question of growing
fine clumps of poppies has sadly puz
zled many at times. In a sandy soil,
with reasonable care, it Is not difficult
to grow them. Poppies do not like to
be transplanted, and they do not grow
well In rich, stiff clay soil. In this
kind of soil, the only way one can
grow them from seed Is to dig out the
clay and fill the beds that are to be
used for popples with sand, or a more
fertile soil than the clay. Sow the pop
pies In tho sand and thin them out as
the seedlings grow, leaving good plants
where you wish thorn to bloom. Last
year n friend purchased good roots
of some particularly fine strains of
poppies late In the fall, at which time
they least resent transplanting, and
they grew in clay with merely a little
sand added to It, and bloomed freely.
The oleander (Nerium oleander) is
oue of the most beautiful flowering
shrubs in existence; a hard-wooded va
riety, a hardy evergreen in the orange
belt of the South, and a tender peren
nial In the North. It is one of the mor;t
valued Inmates of the greenhouse, and
many very beautiful varieties both
serai-double and double mostly of con
tinental origin, have been added to tho
family of late years. A popular method i
of employing them, and one which is
rapidly gaining favor, Is for the decora
tion of grounds during the summer,
in combination with sweet bays, the
hardier palms, and tubs of massive
blooming hydrangea. This is especial
ly noticeable on city lawns and subur
ban grounds, where they thrive and
bloom in perfection under tho impetus
of warm, bright summers, if plentifully
supplied with water and with a yearly
addition of fresh, rich soil. Indeed,
a thrifty specimen will yield a contin
uous mass of bloom from spring and
until late In auiumn, and with proper
winter treatment, and pruning when
necessary, will grow handsomer with
each succeeding year. The Delineator.
A little change in the hard Is worth
more than a great change ia the wcath-er.-Phlladelrhia
I 'l. U'.V T
now it ii.uteneh.
Editor Ah! Tin : f"'f j !
yours have the rial ll.or
Joko Writer V( 11 r l.o, b
walk nb'iut f nty nili' i a day tri.
t.'i! n.y rV,' j ):.,-.- -I'm k.
THE WISER COURSE.
"I hope you never talk back when
naughty boys call you baJ names?"
"No, ma'am. I'm a little tongue
tied. I always hit 'cm with a rock."
CURE DLGOD POISON, CANCER.
Aching l!on, MilCtlng Tain, Itching
Skin, l'liiilfl4, r.utlnx Horoi, Etc.
If you have Pimples or OlTenmve Erup
tions, Splotches, or Copper Colored Erup
tions, or rnih ori the skin, Festering Swell
ing, ClanJj Swollen, Ulcers on any part
of the body, old Nore.-i, Roila, Carbuncles,
l'ains and Achr.i ia lloaes or Joint.", Hair
or Ejvbrowa falling out, persistent Sore
Mouth, Gunu or Throat, then you have
ll'.ood Poison. Take l'otanic Wood Palm
(P.. IMS.) Soon nil Sores, Pimples and Erup
tions will heal perfectly. Aches and Pains
cease, Swellings nubsidc and a perfect,ncver
to return cure made. B.U.I!, cures Can
cers of all kind., Suppurating Swellings,
Eating Sores, Ugly Ulcers, after all else
fails, healing the sores perfectly. If you
have a persistent pimple, wart, swollen
glands, shooting, stinging pains, take Blood
Balm and they will disappear before they
develop into Cancer. Druggists, per
large bottle, including complete directions
for home cure. Sample free by writing
Blood Balm Co., 19 Mitchell St., Atlanta,
Ga. Describe trouble and free medical ad
vice sent in sealed letter.
The only secret the average woman can
keep is the date of her birth.
FITS permanently cu red.No fits or nervous
ness after first day's use of Dr. Kline's Great
Dr. Ii.ll. Kline, Ltd., 131 Arch St., Phiia.,ra.
Our sins are like bill collectors,
generally find us out.
Mrs.Wlnslow'e SoothlngSyrup for children
teethinK.softenthe gums, reduces Inflamma
tlon, allays pain.cures wind colic. 25c. abottlo
The dead beat considers himself in luck
if he manages to get in debt.
Jam sure I'lso's Curo for Consumption save!
my life three years aito. Mns. Tuomas Uob
fcixs, Maple 8t., Norwich, N. Y., Fob. 17, l'JOJ.
The wind is tempered to the shorn lamb
everywhere except in the stock market.
Economy is the road to wealth. ruT
nam Fadeless Dyes is the road to econ
omy. It la quite natural that the father of
twins should be lacking in repose.
Miss Alice Bailey, of
Atlanta, Ga., tells how she was
permanently cured of inflamma
tion of the ovaries, escaped sur
geon's knife, by taking Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.
" I had suffered for three years with
terrible pains at the time of men
struation, and did not know what
the trouble was until the doctor pro
nounced it inflammation of the
ovaries, and proposed an operation.
" I felt so weak and sick that I felt
sure that I could not survive the or
deal. The following1 week I read an
advertisement in the paper cf Lydia
E. I'inkham's Vegetable Coax
pound in such an emergency, and so
1 decided to try it. Great was my joy
to find that I actually improved after
taking two bottles, and in the end I
was cured by it. I had gained eighteen
pounds and was in excellent health."
Miss Alice Bailey, 50 North Boule
vard, Atlanta, Ga. $5000 forfeit If original
of above letter proulnj genuineness cannot be pro
duced. Tlic symptoms of inflammation
and disease of the ovaries are
a dull throbbing pain, accom
panied by a sense of tenderness
and heat low down in the side,
with occasional shooting pains.
The region of pain sometimes
Shows some swelling.
J. H. Hattox, rf Ecni, Minn., wrltea follows:
"1 will say tlmt I have nvcr 8'v n a Well Urillin?
Machine that would equal tlip "Ohio" Machine for
this i art of the country. It la the tautest machine
In earth or rock that I ever Keen, and I am well
t Uwxed with it. I have had no trouble with it tincw
I started it."
l'rtis wishlne to Vnv thi klndof Well Machinery
address LOOM 1 3 MACHINK CO., Tiffin. Ohio.
I I'AV SPOT CASH FOR
lueri to soldiers of any war. Also Soldiers'
Additional Homestead lliirhtn. W rite at once.
KKAKK H. KKGICR. l'.O box 148, Denver, Coio
t u ' - V
n Ul fln'O Cherokee Remedy of Syyeet
Hi LUll 0 Coughs, Colds, LaGrip
"My wife had adccp-scatcdcoush
for three years. I purchased to
bottles of Aycr'3 Clierry Pectoral,
larpe size, and it cured her com
pletely." J. II. Burge, Macon, Col.
Probably you know cf
cough medicines that rc- 8
lieve little counhs. all i
coughs, except deep onss!
The medicine that has
been curing the worst of
deep coughs for sixty
years is Aycr's Cherry
Three tlies : Z'c, J3c, l. Alt Crunbtt.
("ninult yoiiT diictur. Jf lie nyi ta'.( It,
thfii 1 km ho iiiyn. If lie tell yen nut
to tiiki- It. tlii-n don't tike tt. Ho kuont.
Loave It with him. W ii'-o wllMnr.
.1. C. A VI. K CO., I.owrll, ji.im.
P. - 1
mm. mm hmn
Tired Mother's Touching Story of
Anxiety and Suffering.
Cuticura Brings Blessed Cure to tSKin
Tortured Baby and Peace aru" Rest
to Its Worn Out Mother.
It is no wonder that Mrs. Helena Rath was taken sick.
Single-handed, she did all the housework and washed, cooked and
mended for her husband, Hans, and their six children. After a
plucky fight to keep on her feet, Mrs. Rath had to yield, and early
in 1902 she took to her bed. What followed she told to a visitor,
who called at her tidy home, No. 821 Tenth Ave., New York City.
"I hired a girl to mind the chil
dren and to do whatever else she
could I couldn't stay in bed long.
Sick as I was, it was easier for me
to crawl around than to lie and
worry about my little ones. So
1 got up after a few days, and let
the girl go. I had noticed that she
had sores on her face, hands and
arms, but I paid no attention to that
until Charlie, my youngest, began to
pick and scratch himself. lie w i
then ten months old, and the girl
had paid more attention to him than
to any of the others. Charlie was fret
ful and cross, but as he was cutting
teeth, I didn't think much of that.
Even when a rash broke out on his
face I wasn't frightened, because
everybody knows that that is quite
common with teething babies. Sev
eral of my others had it when little,
and I thought nothing about it.
"But the rash on Charlies poor
little face spread to his neck, chest,
and back. I had never seen any
thing quite lilie it before. The skin
rose in little lumps, and matter
came out. My baby's skin was hot,
and how he did suffer ! lie wouldn't
eat, and night after night I walked
the floor with him, weak as I was.
Often I had to stop because I felt
faint and my back throbbed with
pain. But the worst pain of all was
to see my poor little boy burning
with those nasty sores.
" I believed lie had caught some
disease from the gii'l, but some of
the neighbors said he had eczema,
and that is not catching, they told
ms. Yes, I gave him medicine, and
put salves and things on him. I
don't think they were all useless.
Once in a white the itching seemed
to let up a bit, but there was not
much change for the better until a
lady across the street asked me why
I didn't try the Cuticura Remedies.
I told her I had no faith in those
things you read about in the papers.
She said she didn't want me to go
on faith nor even to spend any
money at first. She gave me some
Cuticura Ointment I think the
box was about half full and a
piece of Cuticura Soap. I followed
The agonizing, itching, and burning of the skin as in eczema;
the frightful scaling, as in psoriasis ; the loss of hair, and crusting
of the scalp, as in scalled head ; the facial disfigurements, as in
pimp-es and ringworm ; the awful suffering of infants, and anxiety
of worn-out parents, as in milk crust, tetter and salt rheum, all
demand a remedy of almost superhuman virtues to successfully
cope with them. That Cuticura Soap, Ointment, and Resolvent
are such stands proven beyond all doubt. No statement is made
regarding them that is not justified by the strongest evidence.
The purity and sweetness, the power to afford immediate relief,
the certainty of speedy and permanent cure, the absolute srfety
and great economy have made them the standard skin cures, blood
purifiers and humour remedies of. the 'civilized world.
CUTICURA RKMKPIF.8 arc fold throijfilinut the civilized world. 1'RICES: Cntlenrs Ew,1t.
fnt, 50c. per bottlo (In the fo-tn of Chocolate Coated Tills, 2.1c. ver vi:d of till); f'nlicni
Ointment, flOc. per hox, mid Cuticura Soap. 2.1c. per tsilder. Send for the great work, " II umoux
oftheBiood. Skin, Rnd Scalp, and How to Cure Them," W pasiea 300 IHwa.-ea, with Illustration,
Testimonials and lMrections in all lannnrcs. itic'udinif .lapaneae. and Chinese. British IH-pot,
27-28 Charterhouse So,., London, K. O. Trem-h e-.ot,.r- Ii "ede la 1'a.ix. Paris. A ns' rali.m I-pot,
H. Town & Co., Sydney. POT I KK IHiCO AND CHEMICAL CORPORATION, Sole Pro
Driotors. Ronton, U. S. A.
S ej&.8 a Dbl. 5
J rr t frwfwiof red Potntoentn Amcrlcn.
1 be "Kurul cw Yorker" Salxcr' Kr-
W W I noon iln u y iM of T-l 'i bu. per u. Price
ril rt eh en p. M nmrunl h peril Nnnk.untnfrleor
Teo1nte, frt, fctnenronl V tieut. 4it bu. per
o. tlnt Clover, ttc ..bt-cq recti .t i( 10c ionc.
JOHN A. 8 A LZF El 8 T .T CO. La Crotte, U.
We fcamter.turij tin Vi Ctn;kn lln
of Cotton Cit fz;.lm;i cl r.j lcm?rj
In the Wor d, rarulj, ll.e
Ve also rmV.e
LIntsrs for 0.1 Mills,
Engines and Boilers,
We alto tell erorjlh'rtg r.cce-.sarj to carr.p!e'a a
Mcdarn Glnnlt.g Ou.ht ar.d Ijn.ish our ojj
tcmers with lull detHcd plans and mv
ter a! biMs fot constrcf tlon cf necessirj
houses fcr cur plar.ta without extra charja.
Tho Ccaiinenial Gin Ccasj,
WRIT! OIl OIU LAII-Bf CATAI.OODE.
the directions, bathing Charlie and
putting that nice Ointmont on the
" I wouldn't have believed that
my baby w ould have been cured by
a little thing like that. Not all of a
sudden, mind you. Little by little,
but so surely. Charlie and I both
get more peace by clay, and more
sleep by night. The sores sort of
dried up and went away. I hhal)
never forget one blessed night when
I went to bed with Charlie beside
me, as soon ns I got the supper
dishes out of the way and the older
children undressed ; when I woke
up the sun was streaming in. For
the first time in six months I had
slept through the night without a
" Yes, that fat little boy by th
window is Charlie, find his skin is
as white as a snow flake, thanks to
the Cuticura Remedies. I think
everybody should know about the
Soap and' also the Ointment, and if
it is going to help other mothers
with sick babies, go ahead and pub
lish what 1 have told vou."
MRS. HELENA RATIL
I U VI. I T 1. T 1 .
Id v rJ navoEaJeTiopry rm
J pucmuona a f pec.ci'.y if
Vwr years wnn Ilia nio.t v
.1 success. HavocnrodnaEjt'u
T.-ouM".-. ThnrotiL'hly teciaJ
-sts. 2oCj COo uui
o Coilcsi Glnner