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1 bav finally cum to the konklushua
that the best epltaff enny man kan
bav , for all praktikal purposes , is a
good bank akount.
Only thirty-sir persons out of every
taillion live to be one hundred years
For Infants and Children.
'Tiio ' Kin ! Yiu Have Always Bought
- Signature of
FREE TO WOMEN !
To prove the healing and
cleansing power of Pnx-
tine Toilet Antiseptic
we will mail a irge trial
package with bock of in
free. This is not a tin >
sample , but a large package ,
enough to convince anyone
of its value. Women all
_ over thr country are prais
ing Paxtine for what it has done in local
treatment of female ills , curing all inflam
mation and discharges , wonderful as a cleans
pagraginal douche , for sore throat , nasal ca
tarrh , as a mouth wash , and to remove tartar
land whiten the teeth. Send to-day ; a postal
card will do.
Bold bjr drngcUt * or tent postpaid by us , 60
onU , large box. JS&LUractton cuarunteed.
R. PAXTON CO. , 218 Columbus Ave . Bo to . Mast-
CURES WHEKE Alt EtSE FA'IS.
Beat CougJByrup. . Tnite Good. Dae
In time. Sold by drugzl .ts.
N. N. U. . 787-36 YORK. NEB
BUFFERED FOR FIFTEEN YEARS.
Completely Beatored to Health.
Mrs. P. Brunzel , wife of P. Brunzel ,
stock dealer , residence 3111 Grand ave
nue , Everett , Wash. , says : "For fifteen
years I suffered
with -terrible pain
in my back. I ex
doctors and medi
cines , but got little
if any relief. I
the aching in my
back and through
the groin became
worse. I did not *
know what ft wa
to enjoy a night' * ,
rest and arose in
the morning feel
ing tired and unrc-
freshed. My suf
was simply Indescribable. Finally I
saw Doan's Kidney Pills advertised
and got a box. After * few doses I
told my husband < bat I was feeling
much better and that the pills were
doing me good. When I finished thatj
box I felt like a different woman. I
didn't stop at that , though. I continued
the treatment until Ihud taken five
boxes. There was no recurrence until
a week ago. when I began to feel mis
erable again. I bought another box
'and three days' treatment restored mete
to health. Doan's Kidney Pills act
very effectively , very promptly , relieve
the aching pains and all other annoying
difficulties. I have recommended theni
to many people and will do so when' '
opportunities present themselves. "
A FKiE TRIAL of this great kid
ney .medicine which cured Mrs. Brun
ei will be mailed to any part of the
United States on application. Ad
dress Foster-Milburn Co. , Buffalo , N.
Y. For sale by all druggists , price 50
cents per box.
WITH NERVES UNSTRUNG AND HEADS
i : WOMEN
TRIAL BOTTLE 1O CENTS.
Insects will never attack books
which are dusted one a yeir w ih
powdered alum and wbre pepper.
Three parts of pepp er should be used
to one of pepper.
It doesn't pay to hate ennybody. If
vn kan't luv or respeckt a fe low k-lt-
t r , pitty him ana let him went.
" "fiends , like every hnp else that a
ma cets in this orld , must be
bought , and paid for promptly.
The capanty of wisdom raises men
above the brute.
' 'WHAT DO YOU GUESS !
Contwt ole es September 20th 1903. tlO to nearest
> 3 to next. $8 to next , etc. Cues' of number of woras
tbeFOUR HUNDRED TOAST BOOK.
Patriotic. Ray and witty. 25 cents post paiil. Keep
this and hend with j our nui t > K. The Comic Co , 1'uh-
Webers Columbus , O.
* W. L. DOUGLAS
50 & $ QUO ? Q mm
= 04 O OnvS&O MADE.
You can save from $3 to $5 yearly by
wearing W. L. Douglas $3.50 or $3 shoes.
They equal those
tliat have beou cast
ing you from $4.00
to $5.00. The im-
laenao sale of W. L.
Douglas shoes proves
their luperiority OTer
all otUor makes.
Sold by retail shoe
4 ol r * eY ryvrhere.
Liook for name and
yrico on bottom.
Thit B rlas Cor-
sC U front there is
Talvc ia 0ugla * shoes.
Crx la Ui kighevt
rtt Ctler Svelett used , jis , . _ _ . _ _ .
Oar 94 flit Eilgt Line cctnnetTHeequalledat any price.
Sfc i fcy B&1I , 25 rent * exlrn. Illnstralfid
Uloff free. IT. L. DOUGLAS , Brockton. Han.
The University of Notre Dame ,
NOTRE DAME , INDIANA.
FULL COURSES IN Classics , Letters , Eco
nomlcs and History. Journalism , Art , Science ,
Pharmacy , Law , Civil. Mechanical and" Elec
trical Engineering , Architecture.
Thorough Preparatory and CommerciaJ
Courses. . , , .
BOOMS FREE to all student who have completed
the studies required for admission into the Sopho
more. Junior or Senior Y ar of nny of the Collegiate
ROOMS TO RENT , moderate charge to students
OTer seventeen prepalrine for Cpllealate Course * .
A limited number of Candidates for the Ecclesias
tical state will be received at special rates
ST. EDWARD'S HALL , forbojs under 13 years , U
mnlqne In the completeness of its equipment.
The 60th Tenr will open beptezuber 8 , 1008.
( Cetnlojtue * Free. Addrets
R V. A. MORR1SSEY. C. S. C. . President , Bsx 264
Mde m bkk or jfdliff for & ! ! kinds
of wet work. On Je mcwfeert
Look for t5taicftbefljh.wrf !
thtrmTOtf R n the buttons.
Originality in writing was played
out long ago , end iz now in the hands
of a few nuze paper k i ticks. The
very be st that enny aurhor kan do
now drtze , iz to s eal karefully , and
hide with judgment.
Paupers suffer less than mizers do.
The man who don't kno whare he iz
going to git hiz next dinner , suffers
less than the one who is anxious to
kno how mulch it iz going to kost
Mrs. Lucy Rider Meyer sends us this
"crumb. " A good one :
A deaconess was ill and was taken to.
the hospital While there she was put
under the influence of cblorform for a
surgical operation. As she began to
recover consciousness she looked up
into the physican's face and murmur
ed , "Doctor , w at did you do with your
old clothes ? "
Here are some of the established' '
forms of salutation heard in different'
countries upon this odd old earth :
Swedish , "How can \ou ? " Dutch ,
" - ? " " do
stand ? " Spanish , "Go with God senor'a
Russian , "How do you live on ? "
Egyptian , "How do you prespire ? "
Polish , "How do you have yourself ? "
Arabian , "Thank God , how are you ? "
Persian. "May thy shadow never grow
less. " French , "How doyou carry
yourself ? " English , American , Cana
dian , " How do you do ? " Ottoman ,
"Bo under the guard of God ' * Chinese , ,
"How is your stomach ? " and last but
not least , the American , which Is now
"Hello ! "
A whistling eel has been discovered
in the Fiji Islands. It whistles only
A NEr/ ROUTE ,
The Rial ! Wellville.
It is by chaii > . ot diet that one can
: 'et fairly on the road to health afier
years of sickness , for most ill health
conies from improper feeding.
What a boon it is to shake off coffee
sickness and nervous headaches as some
can if determined upon.
One woman accomplished it in this
way : "A few years ago I suffered ter
ribly from sick and nervous headaches ,
being frequently confined to my bed two
or throe days at a time , the attacks com
ing on from one to four times in every
month , 1 tried medicines of all kinds ,
but could jiet no real relief until my
parents finally persuaded me to quit the
use of coffee altogether and try Postum
Food Coffee. It had come to a point
where I was so utterly miserable that I
was willing to make any reasonable trial.
"A person couldn't believe what fol
lowed , but the results speak for them
selves ; that was two and a half years
ago , and I have never tasted coffee since.
I use Postum not only for its delicious
flavor , but more for the good it has done
me. All of my troubles disappeared as
if my magic and I have for the past two
years been doing all the work for my
family of six. I seldom have even a
slight headache and I would not give up
my Postum and go back to coffee now
unless I deliberately intended to commit
"All my neighbors , it seems to me ,
now use Postum in place of coffee , and
some of them have been doing so for
several years with splendid results from
the health point of view. " Name given
by Postum Co. , Battle Creek , Mioh.
Look in each package for a copy oi
the famous little book , "The Road tf
NO OTHER AVENUE OPEN.
When Great-Uncle Henshaw's letter
brought the invitation for Jiminie to
spend his vacation at Dovedale , there
was grea- excitement in the household.
Uncle Kwishaw was the distinguished
membe.t. * " thf1 family , rich , unmarried
and old ; mic' as Jiinmie's mother said ,
"No one knew what might happen. "
Of course Jimmie's father laughed at
that , and. Raid he hoped Uncle Hensh
would live forever. Whereupon his
wife said she meant nothing of the
kind , only Jimmie alone remained
calm He had never seen Uncle Hen-
shaw. He wondered vaguely whether
he would like the gr at man.
"What kind ia he ? " he asked.
"Why , " began his mother , and paus
ed , at a loss for a description which
should be impressive without being
vulgarly snobbish , "why , he almost re
ceived the nomination for governor. "
"Is that .1 kind by itself ? " asked
.Tinimie , with unc. nscSous irony.
His mother said .liimnie was so like
his father that she did not believe it
was n bit of use for him to make a
visit sit Dovwlnle. But despite the un
promising outlook , she spent the time
before his departure striving to make
him ns unlike his father and himself
as possible by words of admonition
Jimmie's parents saw him off. Great
was their surprise to have him return
ed two days later with si note. The
note was written on one of Uncle
Henshaw's visiting-cards , and was
"Your son will tell you why he was
sent home. "
"It must be something that you
said , " Jimmie's mother began. "After
all I said to you. too ! "
"No , honestly , mother , I never said
a thing ! " protested Jimmie. "I only
asked questions. "
"Then it was something you did , "
affirmed his mother. "What did you
do ? "
"Not much. " said Jimmie. with a
reddening face. "I just caught the
goldfish in his aquarium. "
"How many ? " asked Jimmie's
"I don't know. He got there before
I could count up. "
"Oh. how could you be so cruel ? "
said his mother. .
"I don't know. " said Jimmie des
perately. "I didn't feel cruel. Truly ,
I didn't. But that was the only thing
I could think of that you hadn't told
me not to do. "
WHERE WALKING IS WORK.
In Constantinople It la a Pierce and
To walk , in Constantinople , is like a
fierce and active struggle. One should
look at once before , behind and under
neath one's feet ; before , behind and
underneath one's feet some danger or
disgust is always threatening. I never
walked up the steep road which leads
from the bridge to Pern , without feel
ing that I was fighting my way
through a hostile city , says a writer in
Harper's Magazine. A horn blows
furiously , and si black man runs up the
hill , clearing the way before the dash
ing and struggling hcrses of the tram.
At the same moment a cab drives at
full speed down the hill , and the horses
set their feet on the pavement , In
front of you a man balances slices of
offal on a long pole across his shoulder :
they dtingle before and behind ; he
swings cheerfully with his burden
through the crowd. A Kurd , stopping
under a weight hearier than himself ,
follows , step by step , behind you. A
dog with a red wound behind his ear ,
and a long strip of mangy skin on his
back , 118 asleep in the middle of the
pavement. You step into the road to
avoid the dogs and the hamals , and
wheels and horaea are upon you. You
step back into the midst of the dogs
and. the hamals ; as you stand aside for
a moment a beggar with a handless
arm rounded into a stump , a woman
with her face eaten away in the cavity
of the hood which she draws back be
fore you. appears suddenly , filling what
had seemed the only alley of escape.
The sun soaks down into the narrow
street ; the smell of the mud rises up
into your nostrils , mingled with those
unknown smells which , in Constant !
uople , seem to ooze upward from every
door and window , and pour out of
every alley , and rise like a cloud oul
of the breath snul sweat and foulness
of the people.
David Warfu'ld , the actor , was a ver
promising scholar as a lad when In
attended the public schools of Sar
"I remember an examination , " said
he , "which was the hardest thing )
ever had to get through. The teacher
I understand , has kept some of my an
swers , which she says are much more
humorous than edifying. Among r
bunch that she sent me recently was
my answer to the query , 'What is c
synonym ? ' It ran :
" 'A synonym is a word we use ii )
place of one we don't know how tc
"Clever , wasn't it ? Yet a lot of fel
lows appropriated that as their own
and Belasco says other t'ei'ows wer (
Just as bright as I was , years before 1
was born. Isn't that discouraging to s
budding genius ? " St. Louis Globe
Not to Be Swallowed. Whole
First Alligator Here comes anothei
fresh city chap.
Second Alligator Don't swallow
him. Last time I tackled one his eel
lulold collar caught fire and gave me
heartburn ! Atlanta Cooustitution.
Our faults are soon forgotten JJ
known only to ourselves.
A gardener planted the seet of z
rare flower.When it camup tte passersby
ers-by sc > ffed at it and called ic avotd. .
By-and-by it grew so tall thai the w >
caught up its seeds and sjattered
them by every tower and tree. When
they grew up , people looked at it and
said , "What beautiful flowers ! " Men
Jwhose works have been mos prais d
were firs scoffed at as fana ics of
weeds in the garden life.-Baptist On
The J. P/B Agree.
Staunton , Ark. , Aug. 31. News
comes from Duff. Searcy Co. . this
State , that Mr. T. E. Reeves , a Justice
of the Peace at that place , has written
a letter recommending Dodd's Kidney
Pills in which he says :
"I think Dodd's Kidrey Pills can't
be beat for Kidney Trouble , and I
wish them every success. "
The local J. P. , Mr. E. B. Cor , agrees
with his brother Justice on this point ,
for he says :
"I had n bad case of Kidney Trouble
end was not able to do a day's work
without great distress. I bought six
boxes of Dodd's Kidney Pills and after
I had used three boxes I was all right.
I am as well sis ever , and I cannot
praise Dodd's Kidney Pills too highly.
"I have given the other three boxes
to some friends of mine who had found
out what it was that had cured me so
satisfactorily and quickly , and they all
epeak highly of Dodd's Kidney Pills. "
No one disputes this unanimous ver
Aluminum can now be rolled into
sheets so thin that four thousand laid
together measure only an inch in
thickness. It is proposed to use these
for writing paper where durable rec
ords are desired.
_ used Pison Cure for Consump
tion nearly two years , and find nothing
to compare with it. Mr * . Morgan , Berke
ley , Cal. , Sept. 2. 1901.
A weak stomach troubled a man in
Scranton , Pa , and he determined to
give it a rest by fasting forty days.
After he had accomplished about one-
half of his stu it , he d ed , and his
stomach has secured a long rest.
$ l.OO BIG 500-POUND STEEL
If you can use the best big 600-pound steel
ranee made in the world , and are willing to have
it placed in your ow n home on three months' free
trial , just cut this notice out and send it to SCABS ,
ROEBUCK & Co. , Chicago , and you will receive
free by return mail a big picture of the steel
range and canny oth > r cooking and heating
stoves , you w 11 a so receive the most wonder
ful 51.00 s-teel range offer , sn offer that pla-es
the best steel range or heating stove in the home
of any family , such an offer that no family in
the land , no matter what their circumstances
may be , or how snm.l their income , nee 1 be with
out the best cooking or heating stove mude.
A female patient in a Berlin insane
asylum has a temper which affects her
hair When she is cool and quiet , her
hair is a light yellow , but when she is
restless and excited it becomes auburn.
PUTNAM FADELESS DTES are
fast to light and washing.
It iz a kurious fakt that ihoze per-
s'ons who hav met with undoubted
su-'ccess in enny vokashun , hav
allwuss thought their calling lay in
sum other direkshun.
The man who kan'tforgit enny thing
isn't going to learn mutch.
Doafneas Cannot Be Cured
by local applications , as they cannot reach tht
diseased portion of the ear. There Is oniy one
way to cure Deafness , and that Is by constitu
tional remedies * Deafness Is caused bj an in
flamed condition of the mucous lining of the
Eustachian Tube. 'When Oils tube gets inflamed
you haye a rumbling sound or imperfect hear
ing , and when it is entirely closed Ddafneaglf
the result , and unless the inflammation can be
taken out and this tube restored to Us normal
condition , hearing will be destroyed forever ;
nine eases out of ten are caused by < atarrli.
which is nothing but an Inflamed condition of
the mucous1 surfaces.
We will give One Hundred Dollars for any
case of Deafness ( caused by catarrh ) that cannot
be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for cir
culars , free.
F. J. CHENEY & CO. , Toledo , 0.
Sold by Druggists. T5c.
Hall't Family Pills are the beat.
Uprightness brings stability and a
Self conceit makes a man of great
learning a fool.
Probity , purity , power , bring peace
to the soul and the home.
The real name of Connecticut is
Puon-eh-to-but. It is a Mohican
word , and means' long river. "
To have right ways one must have
Health and beAiity are the glories of perfect womanhood. "Women
who suffer constantly with weakness peculiar to their sex cannot re
tain their beauty. Preservation of pretty features and rounded form is
a duty women owe to themselves.
When women are troubled with irregular , suppressed or painful
menstruation , weakness , . leucorrhcea , displacement or ulceration of the
womb , that bcjvrine down feeling , inflammation of the ovaries , back
ache , bloating ( or flatulence ) , general debility , indigestion , and nervous
prostration , or are bftset with such symptofus as dizziness , faintness ,
lassitude , excitability , irritability , nervousness , sleeplessness , melan
choly , " all gone " and " want-to-be-left-alone " feelings , blues , arid hope
lessness , they should remember there is one tried and true remedy.
JS. PinA.hm's Vegetable Compound removes such troubles.
Case of this Prominent Chicago Woman Should Give Everyone
Coafidene * in Lydia E Pinkhaun's Vegetable Compound.
* ' DSJLH MBS. PIKIOU.M : It ftfforda me jfreat pleasure , indeed , to add my
testimonial to th gr * t ntnmbcr "who are today praising1 Iydia E. ! Pinlc-
liam'l "Vcgret bie Compound. Three years ago I broke down from ex-
CCSSITC physical and meatal Btraia. I vraa usable to
secure proper rest , also lost my appetite , and I became so
ue rou3 and irritable too that my friends trembledand
I was unable to attend to my work. Our physician pre-
8crib d for me , but as I did not seem to improre , I wa
adriscd to go a-way. I could neither spare the time nor
money , and TT.LS rery much Tvorried when , fortunately ,
one of my club friends called. She told me how she had
been cured of ovarian troubles , and how like my symp
toms were to hers , seven bottles of your medicine cured
her. aud she insisted that I take some.
* I did so , and am glad that I followed her
adrice. "Within six weeks I was a different
T7 rnn , strong and robust in health , and hare
been . < o ever since.
A number of my friends who hare been.
troubled with ailments peculiar to our sex
0 taken your compound , and have also beea.
greatly benefited. " Miss ELIZABETH DALET ,
270 Loomis St. , Chicago , 111. Presid-nt of the St. Ruth's Court , Order of For
resters , Catholic. ,
Y lat is left for the women of America , after reading such letters
as we publish , but to believe. Don't some of you wbo are sink and miser
able feel how wicked you arc to itiuiain so , making life a burden for '
yourself and your friends , when a euro is easily and inexpensively
obtained ? Don't you think it would pay to drop some of your old.
prejudices and "Try Lydia E. i'inkliani's "Vegetable Compound ,
which is better than all the doctors for cures ? " Surely the experience
of hundreds of thousands of women , whom the Compound has cured ,
should convince all women.
Follow the record of this medicine , and remember that these cures
of thousands o women whose letters are constantly printed in this
paper were noVjrought abont by "something else , " but byiydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound , the great. Woman's llemedy for
l iose women who rc'uato accept anything else are re' rded a
hundred thousand times , f-r te-y gst what they " nnt A cure. Moral
stick to tbe medicine that you know is the Best. Write to Mrs.
Pinkham for advice. . ,
FORFEIT we crvn < rta > 1th ftor e oiiglnal nn-1
abore Lie. ir.I pror * iu -a-
Co. , i.
Whiskey iz a tyrant ; it drives a man
out ov himself and takes possession
ov the premises. * . - . -
FernuuwntljCured. noni ornerToiuis iMve
flnt o 7'i ate of Dr. Klln.'i Cir * t S rrt B *
DR. B. H. rLlXF. Ud. . 31j St-FMtadrli-liJ *
Rhode Islat d gets its name because
of its fancied resemblance to the
Island of Rhodes in tbe Mediterranan
Massachusetts is an Indian word ,
signifying "country about the great
New Hampshire takes it name from
Hampshire , England. New Hamp-
-hire was originally called Lacoaia
Vermont is French ( Verd Mont ) ,
itjnifying green mountain.
About one-third of the streets of :
Paris are lined with trees. . * > . &
Mn. Winglow's SOOTHING SYRUP for
dmi teething , softens the a urns , reduces in'.a-
matlon , allays pain curet > colic. Pi Ice 25c bottle '
What a man iz willing to buy he iz
willing to sell ; this ackounts for the
va t amount ov corrupshun in the
New York was so named as a com
pliment to the Duke of York , whose
brother , Charles the II , granted him
Maine takes it name from the prov
ince of Main in France , and wa so
callrd as a compliment to the Queen of
Charles I. , who was its owner.
A MILLION AMEBIOAN BBATJTIES keep their blood pure , their complexion soft and clear ,
their breath sweet sad their vrhols bodies active and healthy -with CABOAB3TS Candy
Cathartic. The quick effects of OASOABBTS aa eyatom cleaners and blood purifiers ; their
promptness in curing pimples , bolls , blotohce , livor-apoti , blackheads , and in sweetening ft
tainted breach , have besome kaown through the kind T7ord * of ladies -who have tried them.
Henge the sale of nearly A MILLION BOXES A MONTH. The quickest , surest , way to beauty
is to cleanse the blood , for Beauty'g.Blood Deep , The first ml * for purifying the blood is to keep
the bowels free , gently but positively. O ABO ABETS Candy Cftth&rtio are the only mediokie
to ai it , All druggists , iQe , S5e , 60o , Never sold in bulk. Th gwmine tablet stamped O O O.
d booklet free. Address Sterling Bexnody Co. , Ohicftffo or New York. sa