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HMjv-rvomo by I.vili.t i:. IMuk
hum 4;:elnllo t oninound.
Mis Menard cured nfter dot
tors failed to help her.
"Lyrtia II. lMnklmm'i Vere
tablo Compound cured mo after
doctors had failed, and I want
other girls to know about it. Dur
ing menstruation I Kullercd most
intense nn low ia the abdomen
and in my limbs. At other limes I
had a heavy, depressed feeling
which made my work seem twice
as hard, and I crew palo and thin.
The, medicine, the doctor gave me
ilid not do mo one bit of good, and
I was thoroughly discouraged. The
doctor wanted mo to stop work, but,
of course, I could not do that. I
finally began to take Lydia 1Z.
Plnkham's Vegetable Compound
and felt better after taking the firct
bottle, and after taking six bottles
1 was entirely cured, and am now
in perfect health, and I am so grate
ful for it." Miss Georoie Menard,
537 E. i:.2nd St., New York City.
fSOOO forfeit if original of about letter proving
gtmtlnenrss ennna' tit produsoi.
Lydia K. Plnkham's Vegetable
Compound cures female ills when
all other means have failed.
Cow Makes World's Record.
A Ilolstein Freisan cow, owned bv
Messrs. MeAdam and Von Ileyne, in
an official test on the Erothertown
stock farm at Utica, N. Y., gave 30
pounds, 10.13 ounces of butter ia sev
en days, and in thirty days gave 2.
734. C pounds of milk, produces 123
pounds, 8 1-2 ounces of butter. Thin
breaks all previous records.
CURES RHEUMATISM AND CATARRH.
U.n.B. Cure Deep-Seitted Cnnea Especially
To l'rove It It. li. 11. Sent Free.
These disease?, with nehes and pains ia
bones, joints and back, agonizing pains in
shoulder blades, hands, fingers, arms and
legs crippled by rheumatism, lumbago, sci
atica, or neuralgia; hawking, spitting, nose
bleeding, ringing in the ears, sick stomach,
deafness, noises in the head, bad teeth, thin
hot blood, all run down feeling of catarrh
ra sure signs of an awful poisoned condi
Jjpn of the blood. Take Botanic Blood
VtyZm (BJ5.B.) Soon all aches and pain3
slop, the poison is destroyed and a real
permanent cure is made of the worst rheu
matism or foulest catarrh. Thousands of
cases cured by taking B.B.B. It strength
ens weak kidneys and improves diges
tion. Dru3t;ist3, $1 per large bottle. Sam
ple free by writing Blood Balm Co., 13
iCjitchell St., Atlanta, Ga. Describe trouble
aid free medical advice sent in sealed letter.
The value of farm animals increasid
from 44,000,000 in ISoO to $2,031,00,000
Etati or Ohio, City ofX oledo, i
Lucas Couhty. f '
Feask J. Chbskt, make oaththat hs Is tho
penilor partner of tho Arm of F. J. Cheney A
Co.i dloins business In the City of Toledo,
Ojpfty and State aforesaid, and that said
ilrm will pay the sum of one hundhed dol
lae9 for each and every case of catabhh that
cannot be cured by the use of Hall's
Cataerh Ct'BK. Frank J. Cheney.
Sworn to before mo and subscribed in my
a, , presence, this Cth day of December,
3 seal. A. D 1336. A. W. Gleabon.
"y- ' A'otary Pttblio.
Hall's Catarrh Cure 13 taken InternaDy , and
r.cts directly on the blood and mucous sur
faces of tho system. Send for testimonials,
lree. F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O.
'vSpl,d by Drugrgists,73c.
liV-l's Family Fill3 are the best.
Conscience is something that troubles us
aiterKve have been found out.
The fellow who tells you disagreeable
things about your neighbors will tell your
neighbors the same things about you.
Genuine stamped C C C. Never sold In balk.
Beware of the dealer who tries to sail
'something; jnst as ffooi."
f CUDINE our
v CURES Stomach
. . Indigestion
10. 25 and 50c. at Drugstores.
I rrl srownaf &ft4 Pottoeln Amrrlca.
The "Uural ew Yorker" Jtle nlr- Ear.
It WIconin a lrll of T4 bn. pr a. Price
dirt cheap. Alaiumolh el honk and.ampleaf
5 1 collate, HnelUE, .Macaroni VI heat, n.1 bu. per
J a.. CtuiA. I lover, etc., upon receipt of 10o pougc i
JOHS A.8ALZEtt8EEOCO.LCro!. WU.
CANDY CATHAn T I C rm-r
1. SO. -it''''r..tW.i.ii'''-1 Drtircl.U
HQ r NDUoTFUAlA 1
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I l a .,
t a (;t::i:im pat nt t'.i"
rd dtinMllly of ;i!u:.iliiuiti
'.T.i b; imtc'.i im-rcw.l ,
Won (if p!i'i-phot",ts. 'i lu
M'Vl'li t ) lifh't'U ptT T!I
Metal ':;trrimly hard and
w'll n.lap;d fur Ci-.'i;!.--:.
vvut. pl'iii'iUri'S a (Mod 1: ';!
iti.il With ;l two jKf t'Ut.
can be easily rolled.
1 1; !i C
li )" 1:1
a piaoue siari: wnicu is f.iui to be
both f-p:'rkh's:j :i lid gnuikrlt'ss ban bi'011
invented by a Virjlului. This feature
h necuieil by the Introduction into the
Interior of tliv? stack of a liumber vi
tiny water-jets which are snhl to thor
oughly purify t'.io Binoke by throwing
down nil particles. The streams oi
water arc said to kIvo U) iuvei-rerciico
to the draft whatever.
Two coats of hot oil, carefully .ip
pliol after thorough clcanhi- of the
metal, ar( recominer.uVd by a Cana
dian artisan as an iniprovenient over
r.ny process now ia use for preventing
lust of structural iron (fhd steel. Th;
oil would f.il crevices, cracks and holes
where paint cannot enter. It would
cover rough places often Inipcrrectly
coated ia ordinary pa In tin;.:, and it
would le a Cue preparation for subse
quent painting or covering with ecineii!
While much has been said and writ
tea about the sprinkling of oil ou roads
principally as a means of preventing
dust, the use of the oil in the sann
way on river levees in some parts cl
the United States is said to have been
found to be an excellent protectron
against the burrowings of gophers and
ground squirrels, which threaten the
security of the barrier raised against
the encroachment of the flood waters.
Crude oil is so distasteful to the??
that they shun tha ground covered
It 13 reported from Germany that an
experimenter there has found alumi
uium an excellent substitute for a
whetstone in giving a fine, keen edge
to blades. When examined with a
microscope, the edge of a knife that
was sharpened on the metal appeared
much slraightcr and smoother than
one sharpened on a stone. One peculiar
effect cf the honing is that thj surface
of the aluminium becomes coated with
.1 greasy substance with a great powev
of adhesion to steel, and to this is at
tributed the tin? edge produced.
The great increase in the utilisation
of water power is one of the notable
signs of the times. Waterfalls are
now running factories, driving tram
cars, lighting cities, irrigating farms
and doing various other kinds of ser
vice, in many cases at a distance of
miles from the fall itself. Italy is
conspicuous for the progress it lias
made in this way. the Alps and the
Apennines abounding in waterfalls.
Now it is proposed to make use of the
Docgh Sagar Ilivcr, in India, to pro
duce fifty thousand horse-power.
A very striking instance of the de
terioration of leather, produced under
conditions demanding quicker tanning
. by the use of various chemicals, thus
decreasing the durability, of the ma
terial, is afforded by the fact that the
Kritish Museum expends S20.000 a
year in rebluding books in leather.
Modern leather is widely different
from the material produced by what
j '3 now regarded as an effete process,
its life being limited to fifteen years,
j In the search for cheaper and quicker
processes of making leather, large
j quantities of sulphuric acid are used.
: and this chemical, in combination with
others, causes the material to decom
pose rapidly in the course cf a few
A Feat of Jletiiorr.
Some light is thrown oa the possibil
ities of memory culture by an interest
ing recital contained in the autobiog
raphy of Robert lloudin, the famous
conjurer. Ho taught his son to glance
at, say a shop window, and to
memorize accurately, as in a brain pic
ture, the window's contents. Then he
would ask him to describe the contents,
checking and correcting him as he
went on. On ono occasion lloudin was
commanded to the Tuileries to give
a performance before the French court.
As he passed through an anteroom to
the saloa he bade his son uote tho ar
rangement of the rooms and tho con
tents of the bookcases. Then at the
close of the entertainment lloudin as
tonished his audience by giving what
lie called a "second sight" test. Declar
ing his unfamiliarity with the Tuiler
ies, lloudin, blindfolding his son, asked
him to send his gaze through the wall
of the room to the chamber beyond,
to describe the arrangement of the
chamber and to read the titles of the
volumes on the shelves of the bock
cases. This feat the young lad accom
plished to the astonishment of th
court. Chicago News.
Somali husbands always carry a
whip during the first fortnight cf their
koacyniccn to keep their wives in cr
Stealthy, Insidious, Weakening Enemy to Women Many
Thousand Women Suffer Needlessly From This Cause.
it im nu.titu
of women. Ppo-
nti I nil other womi"h
cNifM-a t) do nri their lift coriKiatuiy,
who nre wn-t'lifcl bcyotid (U-cri'tiMi,
(iiiiply bi-rniNC tin 1 r Ktnii.'th mid vurility
u aptrd nwnv Iv catarrhal dueling-
from the pclvio nrgim. 1 Iichc womi'ii yt t I
U ifi the ini rniim tired, dran tht'tnuelvps
thruivh their il.niy dntim tired, only to
K to at ni!it in tired a before.
Jl ra. Ih I'.nillin, 133 I t 1"Hi Mie-ft,
N. Y. (lt,.N. Y., m r ti: " I aiifTiirl for
tlin-H years with wh it U (.'erip'Rllv known m
! nrorrtu-1, In eotni'M tlou wlih ulceratlou ot
Ihe wiimh. 'I tii iloi tor (id Vin' itud RncpTl
tion w li eli 1 ihcHili-l verv mil' li, mul atroiu
ly ol.Jt-cti.. to i; i eniliT It. H-nUn nf the
vnlnii (if Per in l. I t ivinlit It liest to (,'lv.t
t Is In well-known reim-ily a trial, oo I bought
tlireo tmtilea nf It ill (Hi.'ii. Now I hiii a
cIiiuicimI wnninn. IVnina cnrt v.v; It took
lilne liottli n. but I frit eo much Improve I I
kejit t.-iknm It. a Idreidwl an nfTn'lon "
nm :h. I nm t i- l'iv In fprfect he tltli, anil
1 nvc not folt to well :or flftiea your." Mr.
Mm LoutKfi Mabnn, 3 Olen Itallle Street,
Toronto, Out. fun., Secretary ot the Klnu'a
liHUiihiora, anil retarv of I-a.ly Mncr.i
bee, wittvi: "If a I womisn knew of the
benefit to be derived from file dk Peruna we
wimlu Uavc many ' n;ler and more health
ful women. My 1 s lias never beea tori
robust, unit I 11111 vi y f itiifued an'l ean not
ftitnd much. Aliouta year ui;o 1 was bo run
liowu tliut 1 hiul to tuku to in y bed, and be
came weaker and weaSer. A fiioml advised
tue tj try eruna, aiul 1 have Krout reason to
beftratetul, for in two weeks 1 was out of bed
and lu a month I was perfectly well, and I
now find that my health is mm-h mure robust
tnan formerly, so that 1 t ike Pt-runa onue or
twice u month and keep widl. "-Louise Mabon.
I'cruna is such a perfect specific for each
case that when patients have once used it
they can never be induced to quit it until
they are permanently cured, it begins to
relieve the disagreeable symptoms at once.
The backache ceases, the trembling knees
are strengthened, the appetite restored,
the digestion made perfect, the dull head
ache is stopped and the weakening drains
are gradually cured. These results certain
ly follow a course of treatment with l'e
runa. l'.arbara Alberty, corner Seventh and
Walnut streets, Appleton, Wis., writes as
follows in regard to l'eruna:
"For years I have suffered with back
aclie and severe pain3 in the side. 1 doc
tored so much that I became discouraged.
A school friend told me how very much
l'eruna had benefited her and I sent out
for a bottle, which did more to relieve me
than all the other medicine I have ever
Wabash How long did It take you
to do that picture?
French Artist (proudly) I am en
gage upon eet for 6eex month3.
Wabash Just as I thought. You're
dead slow over here. Why I've saw
fellers in Chicago turnin' them things
out while ye wait! Philadelphia
IF HE ONLY COULD.
Mrs. Noorich Isn't it grand to ride
in your own carriage?
Mr. Noorich Yes, but I'd enjoy it
more if I could stand on the sidewalk
and see myself ride by. Brooklyn
Chollie I went down to a rather in
formal affair last evening, dean boy,
and, gwacious! I was compelled to wit
ness a dreadful sight!
"Horrors! What was it?"
"A fellow without evening dress eat
ing breakfast food for supper!" Bal
yix--k( pf M;
DOAN'S DEAL GENTLY.
Its the gentle and effective action of Doan's Kidney Pills in Kidney,
Bladder, and Urinary troubles that make them famous with
Men, Women, and Children.
Mt. Pleasant, Onio. I received the
sample of Doau's Kidney Pills, and never
had any medicine do me so much good in
so little time. I had Congestion of the
Kidneys and Bladder so severe it caused a
pressure on the lungs like Asthma, but
through the use of Doan's Pills I am free
and easy now. Geo. W. Smith. Veter
inary Surg'jon, r. O. Box 4.1, Mt. Pleasant,
Aged people find Doan's Kidney Pills a
great comfort for declining years.
They cure incontinence and urinary
weakness peculiar to children.
Baxteh SrnixGS, Kansas. I received
the free sample of Doan's Kidney Tills.
For five years I have had much pain in my
back, which phy&icians said arose from the
kidneys. Four boxes of Doan's Pills have
entirely cured the trouble. I think I owe
my life to these pills, and I waDt others to
know it. Eadls Davis, Baxter Springs,
juts, i.va r. tin no. j
if fmk 1 1
As ' jS
U. j . -M I r-
MU. ANNA MAUTIN.
A TENDER HEART.
Clcra Going In for charity again,
are you? What i3 it this time?
Dora We are going to distribute
cheap copies of Beethoven's symphon
ies among the poor. Music is such
an aid to digestion, you know. New
"Faw," said little 03tend, "I think
it is wrong for people to call grandpa
a 'wise old saw.' "
"Why, my son?" queried paw.
"Because a saw should have teeth,
an' grandpa hasn't any." New York
"I consider that speech one of the
best that I ever delivered," remarked
the young orator.
"Yes," answered the satrical person
with a mercantile mind, "it was un
doubtedly delivered promptly and in
good order. By the way, who ordered
it." Washington Star.
Aching backs are cased. Rip, back, and
loin pains overcome. Swelling of the
limbs and dropsy sign3 vanish.
They correct urine with brick du3t sedi
ment, high colored, 'xccssive, pain in pass
ing, dribbling, frequcn y. bed wetting.
Doan's Kidney 1'ills diss, iv: and remove
calculi and gravel '. elicve heart palpita
tion, sleeplessness, headache, nervousness.
i , FRIE-GOCD FOR OLD fiWO YOL'NC.
A't. nits. r
i-rnnt.r f-ir1 -kV-T:'
FvisrPR-XIiixrBM Co.. Buffalo, N. T.
Plpose peril rnp by mail, without charge,
trial box Doau's Kidney l'iils.
(Cut out coun pn dcutd ltm-B unci mil to
KuoUr-'.l'l.urn C-.. !:ulialu, N. Y.)
I f.eiJiciil Advice FrecStr;ctl7 Cor.fld;ratU!7
K i5 P
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Vo Wi l l,,
I me. t
1 iiiiv ! i
.i'iy vh-ri'. I
I n:it tru'y t
I nn' for ine.
like n lie . w i::i,'l
or M h it l'( I liii.l li
barn Aii erty.
Mr. Mvin, 11 KJ HiiOmr.t fkirret,
Tiiniiltn, 'III'. iii., I I'ia'ent nf ,n
I.Killr. ' A I I f.iM.. t , y , 'i ; in ,, ,.j , ,,
to i.-lv. pri -(. 1 1 i iir.i i fi.i- t i" !'. t r.-ilef
I f Hill 1 th roll . h it II -.e. I r'l: il-.vl f i- y i-r H
u';t 'i li-i- k i "ii. rt tut i i- f.-'.n o r l.i n p iln an.
in't.Mi ii el lo c i to I ,i n I r-1 i ' I t:ur-- wiipti 1
l- i l)V I'l lt I ( i. ll I i ' 1 v b' aprtreil. It
w.n t'lei i lore .1 f-. ii ; ; ko lm il to me whe n
IVruiin .w,m hro u!n ti inv no!.!ci'. livery
il rop "i e'l to u'ive m" new itm, nn l esery
ilo-e m i le in'- f-i m se'i tie' .er, ami I i rmn.
Imi.I mj-Mi If fiat If I loon, I ii it I: eure'l inn I
mh.! i n l.'orii?!' It vi fiat oilier rulTerlnif
W'iiiiimi t.h'ml.1 know of it. I liuvo l,i'u In
per.e' t lier.it'k for 0:1 en I enjov work mul
nlenoiiro hi - :m - In mi !i line li'-'ilth. aii'l no
t r ni 1 ilc ni'eiiH too he ivy t he ir when you n re
In K'x"l he-!i. I 'i- en nil li: h: m t ! w lcen a
hotiehi'lil lili'-'l-iw-, ami I never ill ho with
out it iiain."- M in. Kute M.'inn.
vit. K AT r. VANS.
, aLrf " V
' ' I ill 'I mi - - -- - ' ' ' '
Mm. Anna Martin, 47 lloyt et.. Itrook
ljfif N. V., wi I !: ' I'eriiua did so muctt
tor me that I feel ll ray duty t ) recommeii'l
it to others who may be Mindiarly aflbete.il.
About a yearao my UealVi was compluiely
! brukeu d .wn, Ua 1 b .c:;au;u', ilizstnesii .nd ir
; revtuiarltses. and lite heoined dark indeed.
We had iu- i feniua iu our Jiomo hs a ionic,
; uti.l tor cold-and cutirib. and 1 decid.d ti
! try it for my truiioli). In luts than t.iree
! m mtUK 1 becamo uvular, my pains bad en
itircly dis ppeared, and 1 am now perfectly
i weil." Mrs. Auna M.irtiu.
Mrs. Wm. llctritk, Kennard, Washing
ton County, Neb., writes:
"I am htty-six years old and have not
felt well since the Change of Life b i.ran
ten years ao. 1 was in misery tvomewhere
most of the time. My back was very weak
u::d my ilesh so tender it hurt me to lean
against the back of a cliair. I had pain
under my shoulder blades, in the small of
my back and hips. 1 sometimes wished
myself out of tins world. Had hot and
cold spells, dizziness and trembling of tlij
limbs, and was losing llesh all the time.
After following your directions and taking
l'eruna I now tea! like a dillcrent person.'
Mrs. Wm. lletriek.
If you do not derive prompt and satis
factory results fi oin the use of l'eruna write
at once to Dr. Hartman, giving a full state
ment jf you. case, and he vul be pleased
to give you his valuable advice gratis.
1'crup.a can be purchased for $1 per bottle
at all first-class drug stores.
Address Dr. Hartman, President of The
Hartman Sanitarium, Columbus, O.
Miss Reeskay (patronizingly)
Rather embarrassing ior you, I should
think, always to be blushing when you
Mis3 Daymurc And equally einbar
rning fcr you, I should think, never
to be blushing when ycu should!
April Smart Set.
Squally Weather. .
"I am afraid," said the commodore's
small son, as he saw hi3 mother ap
proaching with a frown and a slipper,
"that those clouds on ma's face indi
cate a spanking breeze."
Thereupon, he scuttled himself.
April Smart Set.
A "White Star" Buggy
On Julv 4th wf will give, Tree, one of our
"WHITE STAR" Top Uuulo, U) the jierson
coniixistiiK the Ki-emest number of KiiKilsh
words from letters contained in the sentence:
"WATCH THE VHITE STAR BUGGY."
Anyone who will dVvore an hour each day to
this pie pant study can win the buepv.
No conditions t i cump;y with except make
np the lisv of words.
If this oiTer is not understood, any biiupT
denier 'n vonr town w!m hM the agenitv fur
the "WHlnc STAR" Uugcy will give you a
copy of tht- ruli'S.
W hen you have mad out your Hut of words
rive them to our axent iu your towu, who will
tend t!itn 10 us.
On July 4 h we will notify every contestant
who the winner 1 and nuintier of words that
won ihe "WII.TK STAB," Bafy.
O l )ou writ u. encioso pmiagv for rrpl.
ATLANIA BUGGY CO.. Athnta. 690-gia.
f. J W Can be easily mad with our
- V W 11 U V. . IJ.11
One man and on horse rtvjnliwl. Wo
r. m only manera 01 ihe Ti.1n V7eU
Soring and EoCc-Dnlliag Machine.
Warraoli-d th I ar-tal
Vik-iv L.t our etzetororrs maka from ftU La aio a dar
ljuk aad Ciroulara FREE. Addfeaa,
L00B1IS MACHINE CO., TIFFIN, OHIO.
I FAY SI'OT CASH FOR
M,LSv L&fiD WARRANTS
ir'ued to soldiers of snv war .., -
t lien. I 1H
a I'l It f ii: 1
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