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"'"iN",! ''',r'"'' flio'iid have no ddfleultr in
tnr sins nre like bill collector. TL
gcntriiiy lind us out.
Mrs. F. Wright, oi Oelwein,
jiowa, is another one of the
rniliioti women who have been
restored to health by Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.
A Younpr New York Lady Tells
of a Wonderful Cure :
" Tdy trouble tvhs vilh the ovaries ;
I am tall, and the doctor said I prew
too fast for my strength. 1 fsull'ered
'Ireadfully frora icilainmution and
I jietored continually, ut got no help.
, jr suffered fro;a terrible drap'in sen
Bxtlons with the most awful pains low
down in the side and pains in the back,
nnd the most agonizing headaches.
Ko one knows what I endured. Often
I was sick to the stomach, and ecry
little while I would be too sick to po
to work, for thr e or four days ; I work
in a large store, and I suppose stand
ing on my feet all day made me worse.
"At the suggestion of a friend of
tny mother's 1 begrm to tnke Lydia
IX Pinkham's Vegetable (Join-
o,und, and it is simply wonderful.
tilt better after the first two or three
do-ses ; it seemed as though a weight
was taken off my shoulders ; I con
tinued its vise until now I can truth
fully sav I am entirely cured. Young
girls who are always paying doctor's
bills without getting any help as I did,
ought to take j'our medicine. It
costs so much less, and it is suro to
cure them. Yours truly, Adelaide
FBtfHX, 174 St. Ann's Ave., New York
CiM'." $5000 forfeit If original of about letter
tsrotfinj'genuineness cannot be produced.
A Golden Rule
Ee good to your land and your crop
will be good. Plenty of
in the fertilizer spells quality!
and quantity in the har-, AffitfXj.)
will send you, WiMl
next mail, MIMfSi
,(ir money winning
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Beware of the dealer who tries to sell
"something just as coed."
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THE LO . D j AT WORK.
Anvjiirg Ctatom In lhs Upper Mtusa
of tho Eng'ich Parliament.
Cr:it. lo.'uM'a and rdiicutlonlr.-ta who
ftdtrh tie debates In the 1,'pntT House
are mntiKed, i:iy ti;e London Mall, by
Iho (any?olng method j of the? l eers
irul tic? uniulb r iin;iurtiti( e they sit on
their dUtiity than Is the fiishio: of tho
other l!oue. The Lord Chancellor,
us I're:- ldei.t, takes part In debate a.i
fr.". !y ns any one (hie. He fcinrdy
iteps nslile fretii the woolsack and be
comes a debater, returns to tin teat
prid roittmes his functions as Presi
dent. In committee he sits with the
Government, wearing wig and gown,
tnd 1 ads In the discussion along with
tho Luke of Devonshire.
In the Commons tho Speaker calls
on the orator If two or more members
rise. The Lords rule themselves. One
rives way to another; or If that code
of rourt 'sy fail the House settles thi
precedence and may divide upon It.
Tho other night the Ilishop of Here
ford rose- to speak; his neighbor and
right reverend brother pulled him
back onto the bench; the lilshop of
Hereford thereupon restrained tho
reverend prelate la turn with a gen
tle hand and allowed Lord Tweed
mouth to catch the car of the House.
The woolsack Is no more Bacred
than th , cross-benches. Peers sit up
on It and chat to the Ixird Chancellor
or to each other, and occasionally the
fmall figure of Lord Halsbury Is half
hidden by Conservative and Liberal
members, who use his official scat as
a pleasant loungo half way between
their benches and the door. In
committee members sit beside the
chairman at the ' table. Lord Rose
berry prefers the seat on the chair
man's left when he is about to speak.
In tho House of Commons no member
would dream of encroaching in such
a manner on the Speaker or the chair
man of committees. The Lords also
permit, messengers to pRS3 freely up
and down the floor, which would be a
breach of privilege in the Commons.
The side of the house on which a
peer sits is no sure Indication of his
views. Unionists etill sit opposite the
Government along with tho Liberals.
Lord Halifax, the leader of the Hirxh
Churchmen, whose views on the Edu
cation bill p,re the antithesis of Lord
Spencer's sits behind the Liberal lead
er. So do?s Lord Camperdov,;n, and
from that place he takes the liberty
of lecturing and criticizing the "Red
A singular survival is the fashion
of the tellers who carry little wands
as they count the members voting.
They stand inside the House and touch
each peer or bishop on the shoulder
with the cane as he enters from the
lobby, and so count the strength of
From the open galleries peeresses
look down on the house, but it Is
doubtful if they hear much. The
lords are not very clear speakers, and
many of them are not audible in the
public and press galleries.
A certain young woman had been de
voting all her evening3 to entertaining
a bashful admirer. He Eesmed to be
deeply in love, but he evidently didn't
care to propose.
One evening while he wri calling an
other young gentleman rang the bell.
The pretty girl was embarrassed and
looked to the bashful youth for help.
"Tell him you're engaged," the bash
ful one said.
Delighted, the girl made haste to an
swer. "But I don't want to tell him
"Well, you tell him that and we'll
fix it afterward," the bashful one
And before he went that night the
wedding day was set.
Margaret No, you cannot stay,
love. Your mother says it is absolute
ly necessary for you to come home.
Elizabeth Oh, dear! I sometimes
think that mother is the inventor of
necessity, instead of necessity being
the mother of invention. Kansas City
FITS permanently cured. No fltsor nervoui-
I cet.6 after Urst day's use ot lr. Kline's Great
I Kerveliestorer.tii trial bottloand treatise frea
I Lr. ll.il. Kline, Ltd., "J31 Arch St., Phila., Pa.
The finger of scorn is often a part of
the hand of fate.
Mrs.Winslow's SoothingSyrup for childrei
teething.sottea the gums, reduces inflamma
ticn.alluys pain, cures wind culic.&c. aDottia
Irts of excuses are not worth the
trouble it takes to make ihein.
Jam sure Plso's Cure for Consumption s ive 1
my lite three years ago. .Mas. Thomas Hob
uss.ilaple St., Norwich. K. i., Foo. 17, 1JJJ.
Our own troubles are always the worit
in the world.
refunded for each package of
Fadeless Dyes if un&atisfac-
A diy in the planet Eros is five and a
White to Lr. Tabeb Mko. Co.. Peoria,
III , for free sample Taber's Pepsin Com
pound, the guaranteed cur for Dyspepsia
Indigestion uud all stomach ills.
A person may htve a good ear for music
and still have a bad voice for it.
I0W A BEAUTIFUL
SPRING CATARRH BY USE OF PE-RIHIA.
Nothing Robs One of Strength Like Spring Catarrh
Spring Fever is Spring Catarrh.
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J MISS HELEN WHITSIAN.
Miss Helen Whitman, Grand Avenue, Milwaukee, Wis., writes:
" There In nothing like Veruna or that tired lecling, which given yon
no a nib I lion for wurk or play. After a prolonged 1llnenn a boat a year ago,
I Jelt unable to regain my health, but four bottles of Peruna made a won
derfnl hange and restored me to perfect health. At long as you keep
your blood in good condition you are all right, ond l'eruna secTn to fill
tue iclnn with pure healthful blood. I thoroughly enUorne it."
MISS ULl.nS WHITMAN.
Have you jot nerves? Well, you ought
to have nerves. Hut they ought to be
strong nerves, good nerves. Does your
hand tremble? You ar.. living too last.
Does your heart flutter at times? You had
better call a halt. Americans live too f ist.
They crowd too much into a single day.
They have too little leisure. The hospitals
and insane asylums are tilling up. The
(uiet, pastoral scenes of yore are becoming
rare. It's time that we quit this sort of
A PHILANTHROPIC DREAM.
"I've thought of a splendid thing to
do with my money," said the philan
thropist. "Going to donate a library?"
"Found a college?"
"No. I'm going to endow some coal
mines and daughter housos.to be con
ducted with consideration for the pur
chasing capacities of the public as
well as for private profit."
ON THE SPANISH MAIN.
They were ppeaking of the great pi
rate. "He reminds me of a crusty
landlady," whispered the freebooter
with side whiskers.
"Why so, mate?" queried the dark
man at his side.
"Because he can repel so many
boarders." Chicago News.
A SAVING CLAUSE.
Blobhs Women talk about nothing
but their dres3.
Slobbs Oh, I don't know. It Eeems
to me I've heard some of them talk
about their hats. Philadelphia Rec
ord. " I suffered terribly and was ex
tremely weak for 12 years. The
doctors said my blood was all
turning to water. At last I tried
Ayer's Sarsaparilla? ond was soon
feeling all right again."
Mrs. J. W. Fiala, Hadlyme, Ct.
No matter how long you
have been ill, nor how
poorly you may be today,
Ayer's Sarsaparilla is the
best medicine you can
take for purifying and en
riching the blood.
Don't doubt 't, put your
whole trust in it. throw
5 away everything else.
ti.OC a bottle. All (lnir?!nts.
A ymii doctor wlmt be tliinki of Aysr'
pRMapanlla. II knownll tmit tliln prand
i.ld family mpriir-tne. I'uiluw hie advivu and
v.o wnl be i;;t;i-ti't.
J. C. ATBi Co., Lorcll, Mass.
How to Get Strom XervrH.
First, repair the injury already done to
your nerves. The way to do this is to do
exactly as did Mattie 15. Curtis, Sicretary
of legion of Loyal Women, Hotel Saleni,
lkiston, Mass. She said in a recent letter:
"I i-ufiered for over a year with general
weakness and debility manifested in se
vere headache and backache. 1 took four
bott'es of Peruna, and for two months
have been entirely free from these maladies."
Cherokee Remedy of Sweet
C mirll2 "Yllfic 1 n( Ilfnnf ft'l Throat
' CURES Stomach
io, 25 and 50c. at Drugstores.
A "White Star." Boggy
On .Tulr 4th we will ptve, Fkkk, one ot our
" WIIITK Sl'AIt" Top I)urtlf!s t,, tlie person
Composing the ffrPt.Pst number of K iRiish
words from letters contained in tlie sentence:
"WATCH THE WHITE STAR BUGGY."
Anyone who will devote an hour each day to
this pie isant study ean win the bujgy.
No conditions to comply with eeeit make
up the Its,, of words.
If this offer is not understood, any huusry
dealer In vour town who has th agenev f-,"r
the "WIIITK STAR" liugK'y will g.ve you a
Copy of the rules.
When you have mude out your list of words
Five them to our aetit in your town, who will
Bend them to us.
On July 4th we -will notify every contestant
who the winner is and number of words, that
won the "WIIITU Sl'AU" Bagtty.
d?il you writs ui. enclose pastuge tor reply.
ATLANTA BUGGY CO.. Atlanta. Geivnla.
rCB ONE OOllAR WITH ORfFIt Wt SHIP IXYCIES TO
AMY ADDRESS SUBJFCT TO APPROVH.
A I f Ml Bun O'jr Mew Imarovfd Hin Grade
Jtl23.?ri B03!odel Cent!' Newton Blcyclo.
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LUW PitieiS. ronhio.wii,K.rfll.i'rl
Offrr rrer miir. lowral prleri Lnoon nd F UKK I H I A L 01 i VU,
Write for i'ree HIcTrle ( lRloce. A'tresi,
SEARS. RGESUCK & CO., CHISAGO.
li'i . tlliitS V.'KtliE All ELbt fAiLS.
La Best Coutfh Syrup. Tasics GikhI. TJbc
L(J In time. S.,ld by drnirsist.
.Yrrrowa l'rot.tt a t to,
Thniii'indH of ci., imIi'. be ;uo!i-, j
wlni It Pcnum In h.-cn ii,,-. 1 to rit in- pro
p.e lrnm th- pcrditi,.;i d.-iwti'i-d nrrvcn,
mid put then, on the .hd f..U'ida-
"' l",-hh. 'I he County .i.!,tor .,f
I.ne County, Xcw Yolk, Ibm. .b.llfl W.
Nell in a re. nit letn,' wntbn t HiifLVo,
Nov oik. Mnt.'.l: " j.w,i.u!,'d hy a
friend ti try h hot tic of yur rc it nrvo
tonic, l'eiuiia, and the remit i were go
i:ratifiiiK th.it 1 am more than p!.;aeJ to
tcTomrncn J it."
.1 Spring Tinlc.
Almost everybody nerds n tonic in tin
KpunK. NinirtlniiK to hrure the rrrvu. m
ymonitr the bruin ami cleanse the b'ood.
lh.it Peruna will do this is b. vond nil
Hiktioii. Kvery one who ban tried it h.n
had the Rami' i'Vii.r.,.i,,. ., M.j l) w
Tinibcrlake, of Lynchburg. Vu., ulio.'in a
riven t letter, made use of tho following
word: "I hIwuvh take n doxo of lVnimt
Hftcr bnsuii'Hs honi-H, ,fi it jM n prc.it thing
lor the nerve. There is no butter cprm
tonic, and I have un.-d about all of thi'in.''
Catarrh in Spring.
The ppriiiR is tlie best tiro.! to treat ca
tarrh. Nature renew herself every Bprin;r.
The pystrni in rejuvenated by spring
weather. This ren.leis mciicineH more ef
fective. A short coune of Peruna, assihted
by the bahnv uir of Hirm. will cure old,
etubborn cases of catarrh that have point
ed treatment for years. Everybody hIiouUI
have a cony of Dr. llartman's latest hook
on catarrh. Address The Peruna Medi
cine Co., Columbus, Ohio.
Mr3. Lulu Larmer, Stoughton, Wis.,
'For two years I NufiYred with nrrvoun
tronh'o and rtom
uch dinorderu until
it fccemed that tlu-re
v.r.i nothing m nie
but a bundle of
nerves. I was very
irritable, could not
ficep, rest or com
to take care
Mrs. Lulu Ltinr er.
. w-ww l,t. (ien I began
taking Peruna I grew steadily better, my
nerves grew stronger, r.iy rest wan no
longer fitful, and to day I consider myself
in perteet health and strength. My recov
ery was slow but sMre, but I persevered
and was rewarded by perfect health."
Mrs. l,ulu Larmer.
If you do not derive prompt and satis
factory resells from theiir-e of Peruna write
at oaie to Dr. llartman. giving a fall state
ment of your case, and he will be pleased
to give you his vn'uiiV.e advice g'-atis.
Ai'dress Dr. llartmnn. President of Tlio
llartman Sanitarium, Columbus, O.
Gum and Mullein
Koine dy for
and Lung Troubles. Tliorouuli'y tosted
years. All Druggists. IJjc, fiOo uttil tl.OU.
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I I'AY SPOT CASH FOR
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lopued to soldiers of anv war. AI"o R.,!d!ers"
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