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GRATEFUL , HAPPY WOMEN
Miss Muriel Armitage
Female Weakness Is Pelvic
Always Half Sick are the Women
Who Have Pelvic Catarrh.
Catarrh of any organ , it allowed to
progress , will affect the whole hody.
Catarrh without nervousness is very
'rare , hut pelvic catarrh and nervousness
pro hand in hand
What is so distressing .1 sight as .1 poor
half-sick , nervous woman , suffering
from the many almost unbearable symp
toms of pelvic catarrh ? Shi' does not
consider herself ill enough to go to bed ,
but she is far from being able to do her
ISever use any one's comb and
brush , or even tbeir towel , and be
sure you keep yuur bair brnsb. scru
pulously cleau. Wasb it weekly and
let .tbc bristles only , stand in cold
water for a little time after washing
as this will keep them firm and nice.
Roy had been taught how to gar
gle. A few weeks after , while at
grandma's farm , he saw the chickens
drinking. "O mamma , " he shouted ,
"come here and see the chickens
gargle their throats ! "
Most men don't know the difference
between beiug lazy and tired.
"Eccentricity of genius" by an }
other name would be sent to jail
Minneapolis is the second largest
Aluminum is superior to any stonr
for sharpening cutlery.
W. L. DOUGLA
You can save from $3 to $5 yearly by
wearing W. L. Douglas $3.50 or $3 shoes.
They equal those
that have been cost
ing vou from § 4.00
to $5.00. The im
mense sale of W. L
Douglas shoes proves
their superiority over
all other makes.
SM by retail shoo
Liook for name and
iprire on bottom.
That Doil.-n uses Cur-
onaColt prnren there is
ralue in Douglas shoes.
Corona IN the hlhe < t
grade Pat. Leather made.
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f\ i m ft * v-
Our S4 ailt Edge Line rannot be equalled at any price.
Shops bjr mall , 25 rent * exlrx. Illustrated
Catalog free. Af. L. DOUGLAS , Brockton , Mass.
FREE TO WOMEN !
To prove the healing and
cleansing power of Pax-
tine Toilet Antiseptic
we will mail a lirge trial
package with bock of in
free. This Is not a tiny
sample , but a large package ,
enough to convince anyone
of its value. Women all
_ _ over the country are prais
ing Paxrine for what it has done in local
Treatment of female ills , curing all inflam
mation and discharges , wonderful as a cleans
faie vaginal douche , for sore throat , nasal ca
tarrh , as a mouth wash , and to remove tartar
and whiten the teetb. Send to-day : a postal
card will do.
Sold bj drucffl t or sent po tpold bju , JJO
fent . Inrcchox. "atUfiictlon guaranteed.
Jj h-AXTuM CO. . * 5 Colurrbu * Ave . Boston. Mas * .
it afflicted with '
sore eyes ,
Thank Pe'-ru-na for Their
Recovery After Years of
Miss Muriel Armitnge. 30 Green
wood Ave. , Detroit , Mich. , District
Organizer of the Royal Templars of
Temperance , in a recent letter , says :
"I think that a woman naturally
shrinks from making her troubles
puhlic , but restored health has meant
K much to me that I feel for the sake
of other suffering women it is my
duty to tp.H what Peruno has done
"I suffered rpi nve years with
uterine irregularities , which brought
on hysteria and made me a physical
wreck. 1 tried doctors from the dif
ferent schools of medicine , hut with
out any perceptible change in my
condition. In my despair J called on
an old nurse , who advised me to try
Peruna. and promised good results if
I would persist and take it regularly.
I thought this was the least I could
do and procured a bottle. I knew as
soon as 1 began taking it that it was
affecting nu > differently from any
thing I had used before , and so I kept
on taking it. I kept this up for six
months , and steadily gained strength
and health , and when I had used
fifteen bottles i considered myself
entirely cured I am a grateful ,
happy woman to-day. " Miss Muriel
Peruna i-ures catarrh 01 the pelvic
organs with the samp surety as it
cures catarrh of the head. Peruna
has become renowned as a positive
cure for female ailments simply be
cause the ailments are mostly due
to catarrh. Catarrh is the cause of
the trouble. Peruna cures the ca
tarrh. The symptoms disappear.
work without the greatest exhaustion.
This is a very common sight and is
almost always due to pelvic catarrh.
It is worse than foolish for so many
women to suffer year after year with a
disease that can be permanently cured.
Peruna cures catarrh permanently. It
cures old chronic cases as well as a slight
attack , the only difference being in the
length of time that it should be taken to
effect a cure.
If you do not derive prompt and satis
factory results from the use of Peruna ,
write at once to Dr. Hartman. giving a
full statement of your case , and he will
be pleased to jjive JOH his valuable ad
Address Dr. Hartman , President of
The Unrtman Sanitarium. Columbus.
Struggle diligently against your
impatience , and strive to be amiable
and gentle , in season and out of
s a-on , toward everyone , however
' 'much ' they may vex and aDnoy yon ,
'and be sure God will bless your
efforts. Francis de Sales.
A little girl , xvorking hard at a
pair of worsted slippers , which she
had knitted for her father , said to a
companion sitting near her : "You
are lucky , you are I Your papa Ir.K
only got one leg. '
When a little man gets a chance to
ound a big horn he blows hard.
There are plenty of saints living
vho have not been canonized yet.
When a man dees a fool thing , he
hinks it's smart , or he wouldn't do
After a falsehood has been accepted
wenty years by the people , without
eneral ptotest , it gets into the
When .the average woman is ill ,
.lie is fond of impiessiug it upon
eople that her illness was brought
m by "over-doing. "
PUTNAM FADELESS DYES colot
iilk. Wool and Cotton at one boiling.
For positives results a pair of old
goggles is better than a new glass
The kingdom is awlavs within , bub
the King who is to reign must come
Piso's Cure ror Consumption promptly
relieves iny littl * 5-year-old sister of
croup. Miss L A Pearce , 23 Pilling
street , Brooklyn , N Y . Oct. 2. 1901
The poorest land would be found
rich if we could only go down
It is born in a woman to boast of
her love affairs , and in a man to deny
It is a good sign when a community
endorses h sbands and . wives being
in love with each other.
The people always admire loyaly to
friends. Why don't you do more of
it , and become more p. . pulai ?
Mrs. Wlnslow's SOOTHING SYRUP lor chil
drnn teething , softens the mini.- , reduces inilii-
matlou , allays pain cures colic. I'i ice 2oc bottle
One secret has been kept for many
centuries ; and that is tbe terrible
worthlessness of the people collect-
The Urea of Honey.
INote that a very simple and yet
efficacious remedy is honey.
Pharmaceutics is greatly indebted
to it , and veterinary surgeons often
prescribe It for diseases of domestic
Honey is one of the the ingredients
in the manufacture of gincerbread ,
and is veiy valuable to the pastry
cook and confectioner.
Fur affections of the mouth , Io
aptha and thrush , it is used as a gar
gle , mixed with a little alum or
For toothache the gums are rubbed
with a mixture of honey and linseed ,
marsh-mallow root , and tincture of
Mixed with vinegar it is a good
gargle for sore throat.
It is prescribed in cases ol phthisis ,
mixed with plantain fir honey being
Many a man would have to take
off his own hat to himself if he could
only know what a great hero he is.
Oae trouble with the times is that
the sounding brass and tinkling cym
bal business is so much overdone.
By devoting his whole time to it
an ordinary man can do an extraor
dinary amount of good
The man who makes broad his phy
lacteries will never get enough out of
it to pay for the stuff he puts in
Tbe man who sets out to find
something he can't see into will not
have to go far enough to make his
There are people who believe that
if Jonab had been a Cbicauo man he
would have swallowed the vhale J
and kept it down
Never fear but that as long as the
world needs to be moved the Lord of
hosts will keep on putting men into
it who will have the power to move
It is as well , too.tnat . tne hair
should be examined every now and
then by a reliable hair dresser , and
the dead , split , and broken ends cut
off. It is always believed to be of
much benefit to have the hair cut
and singed after tbe washing.
Little Flossie was watching the
elephant in Central Park The huge
animal's trunk was sweeping the
floor , and she excbiimed. "Papa ,
why dcn't he tand shill on that leg ,
too ? "
ELY'S DREAM BALM
Jt is placed into the nostrils ,
spreads over the membrane
and is absorbed. Relief is im-
medlstd It is not drying , does
not produce snt-ezinj ;
Druggists , CO cts. or by mail.
ELY BROS..56 Warren St. ' . X.Y.
A Skin of Beauty is a * * oy Forever.
BK. T. KEMX GOUKAUU'8 OKIEXTAL
CKEAai , Oi : M.AC.HUI ,
Molh 1'aU'hes , "asil - a"d Skin
distunes , and erery blemish on
beauty , aud defies
( detection. It has
I stood tie ttys * of ft *
ytai > , and l v
b.irm'oss XTO t st fl
tel ) gurj It Ij.-jii ofi
eri v neifA cpt
no countc.rfcit f
* hniHr namp. Dr. t.
\ . fefejrd said to j
ld/i- > f thelmnt-ton
i > alic < it ) : "As you
lailien will mt them ,
I itud's Cream' tu thf
least harmful of til
the Skin prepara
tions " For xal.bj
All UrncfrL'ts iiJ
f'&ncy-Ooods Dealers in tbe C. t. , Canadas and Europt
T. noPKINa lTop'r.J7Or-it Jones St. N.y
HAS BEEN ADVERTISED
AND SOLD FOR A
QUARTER OP A CENTURY.
It is made of the best
materials , in black or .yellow.
fully guaranteed , and sold by
reliable dealers everywhere
STICK TO THE
$ : GN OF THE rim.
TOWER CANADIAN CO.lwrttd. A J TOWER CO ,
TOBONTO. CAN. BOSTON. MASS , UJ A
CURES WHEKE All ELSE FAILS.
Beat CouglSyrup. . Tastes Good. Use
In time. 5 " "
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UCH3 , bad breath , bad. blood , wind on the
stomach , bloated bowels , foul month , headache -
. ache , tndicrestion , pimples , pains after eat-
JIIK * liver trouble , sallow complexion and dizziness.
When your bowelK don't move regularly you are eettinjjr
sick. Constipation kills snore people than all other
diseases together. It is a starter for the chronic ail-
me A. and Ions : years of suffering that conic afterwards.
JSo Butter what ails you , start taking ; CASCARETS to
day , for you will never jetwell and be well all the time
until you put your bowels ri ht. Take our ad vice ;
start with CASCARiyr to-dny. under un absolute
cuacaatee to cure or money refunded. tf&
TO CURE : Five yearsneothe
first box of CASCARETS vcaa
UARANTEED sold. No wit-is over six million
boxes a year , creator than
any similar medicine In the
world. Tltis In absolute proof of great merit , and our best testi
monial. We have faith and sell CA8CAUETS absolutely guar
anteed to cure or money refunded. Go bny to-day , trro 5Oo box
es , give them a fair , honest trial , ia p sr simple directions , and
if yon are net satisfied , after uslnc one 5Oc box , return the un-
nsedSOc box and the empty box teas by mail , or the dnifrgist
from whom , ytra purchased it , and set your money back for both
boxes. Take our advice no matter what alls yon start today.
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HUHOE OT THE WEEK
STORIES TOLD BY FUNNY MEN
OF THE PRESS.
Odd. Curious uud .Laughable Phases
of i lumuii Nature Graphically Por-
by Km incut Word Artis t8 of
\/wn Uay A Budget of Fun.
"Here's nn account of a woman who
committed suicide because her hus
band Ind died. " said ( Irowells , as he
glan e'l up from his paper. "What do
you ihink'of that ? "
"I think. " answered Mrs. G. , "that
she married the one man in about
Something in a Name.
Miss Pasha way It was very good
of yon to name your automobile after
me. By the way , what is it like ?
Mr. Cn&lileigh Well , it 5 n't a thing
of bi auty , but it's the fastot bunch of
wheels that ever came down the boule
Greek Meet * < Greek.
Merchant Your references seem to
be nil right , and if you can put lip
$1.000 cash security you can have the
Applicant Thank you. sir. But
what security can you put up for my
§ 1.000 ?
Krom Bnd to Worse.
Patient The heat is so oppressive ,
doctor , that I almost feel inclined to
Doctor Tut. tut ! That will nver
do. What you need is a change of
Would you mind pinning a flower in
my c-Jiit when I go ? " asked young
' 'Certainly not. " replied Miss Wenr-
yun. "It will afford me pleasure to do
it at once. "
A Mnn of HVor 1.
Mr. Xokoyne I'll give you tin- mon
ey for a new hat next week.
Mrs. Xokoyne But that's what you
said last week.
Mr. Xokoyne Yes. and I'm likely
to say the same thing next week , too.
I'm not the kind of a man who says
one thing one wet-k and another thing
the next week.
An Open Secret. ,
The reason for embracing
We need not seek afar ;
Men love to hug delusions
And girls delusions are.
"Say. mamma. " queried little Mary
Ellen , "what's a dead letter ? "
"Any letter that is given to your
father to mall , my dear , " r pli d thv
Good Reason for His Penchant.
Hicks Henpeck is very fond of en
tertaining , isn't he ?
Wicks Yes : his wife is always
pleasant to him when there's com
pany in the house. Philadelphia
Hia Reputation in Peril.
Tess He's a gay Lothario. lie tries
to flirt with all the pretty girls in our
Jess I've seen him trying to flirt
with you. too. Philadelphia Press.
'lliis Mr. YiugVuug of IluuiiCh.jw .
Walked out with his little bow-wow.
"How nicely ! " he said ,
"A dog may be led.
Provided you only know IIOAV ! "
The Way Out of It.
She lie can't bear to have girls get
iluad of him.
He Then why doesn't lie stop run
ning after them ? J arvard Lampoon.
Couldn't Trnst Himself.
Bleeker But if you and your wife
are nut congenial why don't you get a
M * eker Because I'm afraid.
Bleeker What are you afi-aid of ?
Meeker I'm afraid I might be fool
MI mjrli to man-y again.
Then Ke Went.
"Will you think of mewhen I'm
40110V asked the lovelorn youth , who
icenied unable to tear himself from
On the Auto , of Course.
"I ran across old Hopkins in Boston
. i' torday. "
"Casually ? "
"No ; fatally. ' " Harvard Lampoon.
Must Support the Family.
Dinah : "Look hynr , Sam , we done
bin married fo' or five days now ; doan'
yo' reckon yo * bettah go out an' look
fo' some wuck ? " Sam : "Nebali mind
'bout dat yit. I'll find some wuck fo'
yo' time 'nough , but 1 doan' want yo'
ter t'ink ob washin' an' ironin' till de
honeymoon am past" Philadelphia
Why She Lunched.
"Bridget. " said Mrs. Hyllyte , "your
ladj- friend mustn't stay so late here
after. Her uproarious laughter woke
me up at 3 o'clock this morning. "
"Yis , mum. I was tellin' her aboul
how .vou tried to make cake wan day. "
Indianapolis Sun. .
Had to G-t Well Sometimes.
Martha I meant to come to see you
while you were sick. Mary.
Mary Well. I couldn't stay sick all
summer to oblige you. Detroit Free
A Natural Question.
Mrs. Ilenpcck My ! my ! What an
awful catastrophe happened to young
Mr. II. ( absently ) Eh ? Whom did
he marry ?
Had Nothing to Show.
"Say , doctor , what's that last $3
item in your bill for ? "
"Let me see. Oh. yes. I gave you
a thorough examination on that day.
Don't you remember ? "
"Sure. I remember. But do you sup
pose 1 am going to pay you for that
when you took up an hour of my time
and then could not find anything the'
matter with me at all ? " Buffalo Ex
One Wealthv Jnia'id.
"IIo\v much is he worth ? "
"Six millions. "
"And how ( low ? he enjoy life ? "
"Weir the doctors say that if he's
\ery careful with himself he'll be able
tu sit up and make his will one of
tLu'se days ! ' * Atlanta Constitution.
The Way to Civil Service.
Tite There's only one way to gei
Jinks How's that ?
Titc Why. make the tip a big one.
Pennsylvania Punch Bowl.
Tiredout Walker You seem bu nerv
ous. Willie , what's the matter ?
Willie Weariness I've been insulted.
That man ba k there said I TVUS work
ing for him. mind you , he said "work-
He Hud a Great Name.
Miss Do Style By the way , count ,
it is very awkward , but J do not kno\v
Ilus-sian Count A'ould you like tc
hear it ?
"Mo t certainly. "
"Den , if you haf ten minutes tc
spare sit down and I vill tell it to
vou. " London Tit-Bits.
v Keeping Tab.
"You should sleep on right side , mad
"L really can't do it , doctor ; my hijs- * .
band talks in Jiis sleep , and I cnn'l
luar a thing with my left ear. " Towr
Bored to Death.
Toss Gracious ! You're as cross ai :
two sticks this morning.
Jess Nowonder. . That's what I had
calling on me last night
Tess What ?
Jess Two sticks. PMla. Press.
Poor Hey ! >
"Your new brother is the eleventh
child in the family , is he not ? " asked n
"Yes , ma'am , " said the little girL
4lHave you named'him yet ? " r.
"I think we're going to name hia
Jerusalem. That's what papa called
him when he was born. " Chicago Tri
Recnverins : From the Delusion. tin
Rouudleigli Towne Do you bcliev n r
in art for art's sake ?
Cashleigh Splash I had to for t
while , but I'm getting orders now al
right. New York Sun.
A Maidenly Amenity.
The spinster showed lier visitor t ti
beautiful hand-made lace collar and
said proudly : "This is over fifty yean f <
"It is beautiful , " purred the girl
"Did you make it , dear ? " New Tort
In our mind a fat hoise is always
associated wltb a coed farmer.
A married man who tries to flirt ,
is about as ridiculous as a woman
who tries to be coy after she has
reached the double-chin period.
They tell of a woman who bad al
ways been free with her f n 'ue :
until a "stoiy" struck neai home ,
ind now she is wondering that
people arc not more "charitable. "
An Old Soldier's Kxperiencn. *
Dennard , Ark. , Sept. 7. Mr. K. .7.
Hicks , merchant of this place , has
written for publication an account of
a personal experience , which is very ,
"I am an old Federal soldier. " writes
Mr. Hicks , "and shortly after the close
of the Avar 1 was taken sick. I had
aches and pains all over : ne , fluttering
of the heart and stomach trouble. I
just simply was never Ji nomcnt with
out pain. I could not sleep at night ,
and I was always tired and fearfully
"I took medicine all the tiin < - . but for
a long time I was more dead than
alive. Altogether I suffered for over
twenty years , and 1 believe I would
have been suffering yet , or in my
grave , if I had not read of Dodd's Kid
* I got an almanac which told me of
this remedy , and I bought some of it.
I started with three pills a day , but in
creased the dose to six pills a day. I
had not used many till my pains be
gan to disappear I kept on , and now
I can sleep and eat as well as over I
could , and J feel like : i now man with
no pains or aches left.
"I will always recommend Dodd's
Kidney Pills , for they are a wonderful
A N o
It was in a German household , ac
cording to a lierliu paper , that a
mother said to hei small buy :
"Johnny , go down to tbe grocer's
and get a pound of black tea. ' '
' "But , mother ' ?
"What ? "
"You know father won't drink
black tea. "
"That makes no dilTerence. This
'amiiy is in n-ourninji now , and it
has got to drink black tea"
STAII Or OH.-V. CITY OF-TO.K. O.
lAiCAS COU.VTY. < " * *
FIJAXK J. CHKXKY mak * * . natls that I.e t < ! n. '
senior ptirtnrrof tlie Jinn of F. J CiiicrrT&r < > . ,
doinjc hiiblnu. in the C'ity of Toledo. i'oiinty and
State afore < > al < l. and that said linn \ ill pay thu
MUM of ONE Hl'NDKllF ' ) DOLLARS ( or each
antl every 'a.se of CATVKKH that rai-.nor bo
Olinjil It } the Iise0r llAI.I.VT \ Cl ICK.
KUANK .i. CIIINK\ .
Sworn to liofore me and subscribed in my
ence. this Gth dav ol Uecomber. A I > .
< SEAL > '
( \ Xolary I'ltblin
l's Catarrh niro Is taken internally and acts
directly on the blood and inticon-c Mirfacea of tlifi
system' Send ior te > timoniaL > . iree.
F. .J. CHKNKY * CO. . Tole.to , C-
Sold by DrupKh'fc' . 75c.
TUJ" * F.iwily Tills nre th *
undergo too strict a paradox
vinu to make : in ugly deed look
A rienvt-ii ? IJoo-
Vhilb valor's haughty champions
Till all their scars are shown
walks unchallenged through the' '
sit beside the throne
( ) \V. Holmes.
One Ther '
On one occasion , when Alexander
Dumas was at the height of his pros
perity , a ftieud ventured to * ay to
' C-rue , come , Dumua. you ought
not to go on forever throwing iuon-y ;
out of the window. "
"Why not ? ' ' he asked , wir.b eyes
"Why , because it Is wasted" '
" \Vasted \ ? . " said Dumas. " 3otat
all. There's always sornebodv under
the window to pick it up ! "
* A wife is best if trained as a vine ,
providing she has something strong
to cling to.
Fair Liady ( wih : large c 'Lversa-
lional aperture' Cint ; you make
: he mouth a little smaller ?
Photographer Great Scott ! do
rou want a picture without any
nouth at all ? I've pared it down
.hree inches already.
A man would rather have other
nen think him a rogue than : \ fiol.
Dtber men would rather think him
o be both.
'Quit Wren ; : Food and Eat Gr p' -
An Illinoteanviio has been through
he mill says : "Last .spring I was so
ad with indigestion 1 could not digest
sven soft cooked egs and doctor said I
nust eat predisested food and prescribed
5rape-Xuts J changed for the beSter
lefore 1 had used one package , eating it
hree times a day
"My improvement on Grape-Xuts food
vas so wonderful that 1 concluded to u e
our food drinU Postuin in place of tea.
md to make n long story sfort. I have
lot been without Grape-Nats and Pos-
um since , and my present health proves
ay doctor- wisdom in prescribing-
Jrape-Xnts. I have got strong as a
terse and well , and I owe it all to your
ielicious food and Postuni. " Name given
iy Postum Co. . P.attle Creek. Mich.
In the making of Grape-Nuts food all
he indigestible starches of the grain are
ransformed into Post sugar. Every par-
icle of Grape-Nuts is , digestible in the
reakest stomach. Physiciiras have never
ound a stomach too weak to digest and
Look in each package for a copy of
he famous little book , "The Road to