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r Natural Bnppoaftion.
Teacher What is velocity ?
Teacher Where did you get tha
Pupil Wellvhen Jones * bulldoj
bit pa last night ma said pa came int <
the house with 'remarkable velocity.
And I thought J" Clevelam
Their Suffering * Ar Usually
Due to Uterine Disorder *
A MEDICINE : THAT CURES
Can we dispute
the well - knowi
fact that Americar
women are ner
vous ? >
How often do w <
hear the expres
sion , "I am so ner
vous , it seems as iJ
I should fly ; " or ,
Don't speak tc
make you irritable ; you can't sleep ,
you are unable to quietly and calmly
perform your daily tasks or care for
' The relation of the nerves and gen
erative organs in women is so close
that nine-tcoths of the
- nervous pros
tration , nervous debility , the blues ,
Sleeplessness and nervous irritability
ariso from some derangement of the
organism which makes her a woman.
Fits of depression or restlessness and
irritability. Spirits easily affected , so
that one minute she laughs , the next
minute weeps. Pain in the ovaries and
between the shoulders. Loss of voice ;
nervous dyspepsia. A tendency to cry
at theisast provocation. . All this points
to nervous prostration.
Nothing will relieve this distressing
condition and prevent months of pros
tration and suffering so surely as Lydia
E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.
Mrs. M. E. Shot well , of 103 Flatbush
Avenue , Brooklyn , N. Y. , writes :
"I cannot express the wonderful relief I
have experienced by taking Lydia E. Pink-
ham's Vegetable Compound. I suffered for
a long time with nervous prostration , back
ache , headache , loss of appetite. I could
not sleep and would walk the floor almost
" I had three doctors and got no better , and
life was a burden. I was advised to try
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound ,
mod it has worked wonders for me.
" I am a well Troman , my nervousness is all
gone and my friends say I look ten years
Will not the volumes of letters from
Women made strong by Lydia E. Pink-
ham's Vegetable Compound convince
all women of its virtues ? Surely you
cannot wish to remain sick and weak
and discouraged , exhausted each day ,
when yon can be as easily cured as
In getting beautiful aud harmonious tints
on your walls with
Write for sample card of handsome
tints. Tell us justwhat work you have to
do , and see how we can help you in getting
beautiful effects. Alabastine Is not a dis
ease breeding hot or cold water glue-kalso-
mlne , not a covering stuck on with paste
like wall paper , but a natural cement
roclc base coating1. Anyone can apply
it. Mix with cold water. Alabastine does
not rub or scale. Destroys disease germs
and vermin. No washing of walls after
once applied. Buy only in packages prop
erly labeled. "Hints on Decorating" and
pretty wall and ceiling design free.
ALABASTINE CO. ,
Grand Rapids , Mich. New York CH *
FREE ! FOR HOT WEATHER
L , i A10TTLBOP
Mull's Grape Tonic
TO AIXrno wniTE FOK IT
it will protect you against the dangers of heat.
Constipation or Decaying Bowels
Cause Diarrhea , Cholera , Etc.
Blood Disorders , Skin Eruptions ,
Bad Complexion , Sun Stroke ,
Heat Prostration , Etc. , Etc.
Diarrhea , Cholera , Bowel Trouble , Etc. , are
ymptoms of Constipation. Constipation means
practically dead intestines and poisoned blood.
Constipation is most dangerous durmohot weath
er on account of sun strokes heat debility pros-
jration , etc. If you suddenly check dysentery-
fatal blood poison may result a physic weakens
nd does not remove the cause , makes you worse.
Dysentery , Cholera , Bowel Troubles , Etc. , dis
appear when Constipation is cured.
Revive and strengthen the intestines or bowels
before they decay from inactivity and contact
* ith rotting food. Until MULL'S GRAPE
TONIC was put on the American market there
Was no cure for constipation.
-We will now prove to you that MULL'S GRAPE
TONIC will protect you against heat prostration
fndnhat it cures Constipation , Blood Disorders ,
Stomach and Bowel Trouble. It acts as food to
the blood and intestines , cleanses and strengthens
them and ejects the poison and decayed matter.
MULL'S GRAPE TONIC is nearly 50 per cent.
rape which renders it a splendid tonic for the
system during hot weather.
WRITE FOR THIS FREE BOTTLE TODAY
Good for Alllnc Children and > "ur lnc Mothers
Send this coupon with vour name and ad
r dress and your drugpist s name , for a free
bottle of Mull's Grape Tonic , Stomach Tonic
and Constipation Cure , to
MULL'S GRAPE TOXIC CO. ,
21 Third Avenue , Rock I lnnd , HHnoU
Give Full Address and Write Plainly
The Ji.oo bottle contains nearly three times
the Sex : size. At drug stores.
The genuine has a date and number stamped
on the label take no other from your druggist.
In the exchange business. Have large
1AM of California properties , orange groves
and ranches. Properties In all parts of the
country. "Can match any trade , large or small. "
J. A. KING , LYON BLOCK. RIVERSIDE , PAL.
Deduction of a Dear Friend.
"The most ridiculous thing happene
to-day , " said the girl who had been ou
in her new bonnet. "There was a mai
on the corner near a big trench the ;
were digging for a sewer or sornethinj
and the man kept staring at me all th
time as I ncared him and what do yoi
think ? He gazed at me so steadil ;
that he did not see the trench and fel
into It. "
"How ! " exclaimed the girl who hai
no new bonnet. "Did you look at him
too ? "
"Well , of course I couldn't help jus
glancing at him. "
"Maybe he jumped into the trench.1
Isn't This Absolutely True ?
Nothing ever became popular hen
or in any other country without t
Popular men have merit of som <
kind , MUST have , or they would no ;
They must have * EXCEPTIONAI
MERIT and wonderful character il
their popularity INCREASES WITH
As with men , SO WITH GOODS
So with any article that is on the
market. IT CANNOT INCREASE ITS
SALES , it cannot be adopted as a
STANDARD article , it cannot survive
generations unless it have real , inher
Millions of dollars spent in advertis
ing any article without merit are just
wasted , so far as continued sales are
concerned. Intelligent houseke' ars
cannot be compelled to buy what they
do not approve of.
That much is a self-evident fact. It
cannot be gainsaid. But it tells its
own story of LION COFFEE and its
quality a coffee that has been the
leader of all package coffees for more
than a quarter of a century , that has
steadily grown in the affections of mill
ions of American homes since its first
introduction , long , long ago.
Its unexcelled flavor , perfect purity
and uniform quality ; its absolute clean
liness and neat appearance , have en
deared it to the hearts of the people.
Good grocers will tell you this , but
those who drink coffee ought to know
much more about quality than they
who simply SELL it
Insist on LION COFFEE ; buy no
loose coffee ( in bulk ) you don't know
what you get How can your grocer ?
Birth Is Everything.
Her Yes , she comes of a good family ,
I believe , but I think she takes a little
too much pride in her birth.
Him Well , she's not to blame for
that. Without it she couldn't have ex
In a Pinch , Use Allen's Foot-Base.
A powder to shake into your shoes. It rests
the feet , Cures Corns , Buulous , Swollen ,
Bore , Hot , Callous , Aching , Sweating feet
and Ingrowing Nails. Allen's Foot-Ease
makes new or tight shoes easy. Sold by
all Druggists and Shoe Stores , 25c. Sample
mailed FREE. Address Allen S. Olmsted ,
Le Roy , N. Y.
Up to His Old Tricks.
He had been a suburban real estate
boomer for a number of years , but having
been led to see the error of his ways he
proceeded to reform , after which he ac
cepted a clerkship in a dry goods store.
But he couldn't quite forget his old
The first day he was behind the coun
ter a lady came in to look at some dress
"How much did you say there was in
this piece ? " she asked , pointing to one
she had selected.
"Fifteen yards , madam , " replied the
"Oh , but that is entirely too much , "
she protested. "I only need half that
"Madam , " said the clerk , lapsing into
: he familiar vernacular of his former
calling. "I am offering you a bargain ,
ind if you fail to secure control of the
mtire property you will miss the oppor-
: unity of a lifetime. You can cut the
: ract up into town lots and realize 300
per cent on your investment inside of six
nonths , and "
Hero he noticed the look of astonish-
nent on the lady's face , and it suddenly
> ccurred to him that he was not making
i real estate deal. Then he apologized
ind proceeded to make the sale accord-
ng to the rules and regulations of the
Counter Jumpers' Association. - . .
[ "he World's Greatest Skin Soap-The
Standard of Every Nation of the
MilfiSus of the world's best people
ise Cuticura Soap , assisted by Cuti-
: ura Ointment , the purest and sweet-
sst of emolient skin cures , for preserv-
ng , purifying and beautifying the
; kin , for cleansing the scalp of crusts ,
scales and dandruff , and the stopping
> f falling hair , for softening , whiten-
ng and soothing red , rough and sore
lands , for baby rashes , itchings and
: hafings , and many sanative , antisep-
ic purposes which readily suggest
hernselves to women , especially moth-
; rs , as well as for all the purposes of
: he toilet , bath and nursery.
Fly Bit of Humor.
First Fly The season is almost ended
ind we will soon be gathered to our
Second Fly Yes , and I'm going to
ickle somebody when I shuffle off.
First Fly What's your scheme ?
Second Fly Going to drown mysell
n the cake batter and get myself baked
is a. raisin. _
I can recommend Plso's Cure for Con-
umption for Asthma. It has given me
; reat relief. W. L. Wood , Farmersburg ,
nd. . Sept. 8 , 1901.
One Sacred Secret.
Parker I have noticed that nearly all
he articles on "How to Manage a Hus-
> and" were written by unmarried wom-
; a. How do you account for it ?
Iverwin Oh , you don't suppose a mar-
ied woman is goln to give her little plan
i way. do you ?
Mr * . WlnBlow'i BoorHuro Sraur for CUIdroa
thine ; soften * the gumi , rdncM inflammation , J
171 pain , core * wind colic. 35 oenu a bottlt.
The Original Joke.
Bimberly I heard a side-splitting joke
he other day.
Jimblecute Oh , tell it to me. *
Biniberly I can't remember it just
towbut it was something about Adam
asing his rib.
Many a man has been driven tc
drink because his girl didn't refuse
him. Staunton ( Va. ) Leader.
It is not the aggressiveness of crini'
inals that causes the passage of bad
laws so much as the indifference ol
honest men. Town Topics.
Mr. David Starr Jordan declares that
there is no graft in Japan. The man
who says the Japanese are a civilized
nation is clearly mistaken. Spokane
Mayor Weaver commenced business
life as a machinist , but the Philadel
phia people prayed for him , and he
turned against the machine. Rich
Secretary Shaw declares nobody is
authorized to say that he is a candi
date for the Presidency. "Uncle Joe"
Cannon will continue , however , to have
strong suspicions. Chicago Record-
It is said that a Xew York man who
sued Tom Lawson for $25,000 has just
paid him $11,000 to drop the thing.
Mr. Lawson ought to be president of
a life insurance company. Colorado
A certain beauty specialist has made
a talk on the subject of "Woman's
Duty to Become Beautiful. " She has
a gentle way of sentencing some wom
en to hard labor for life. Front Royal
( Va. ) Sentinel.
Fashionable ladies in New York are
now affecting a cunning little lisp.
Well , that's more innocent than a good
many things they have affected dur
ing the past few seasons. Chicago
The farmers of Oklahoma and Kan
sas have given assurance to Secretary
Shaw that in the event of financial
distress coming to the government they
will take care of the deficit. St. Louis
The cowboy wolf-catcher of Okla
homa , John Abernathy , has been ap
pointed a deputy United States mar
shal. Abernathy hunted with the Pres
ident recently , and proved himself a
good civil-service shot. Judge.
The Chicago Tribune declares "there
is no fruit more wholesome and deli
cious than the prune. " That editor
talks like a man who is edging up to
a little temporary arrangement with
his landlady. Milwaukee Sentinel.
The attention of Mr. Castro , of Ven
ezuela , is called to the fact that in a
speech to the Ohio convention , Secre
tary Taft made it plain that his case
would be properly attended to all in
due time and order. Syracuse Herald.
The baseball editor of the Baltimore
Sun got down at the paragrapher'a
desk long enough to observe that , "no
matter what pitcher the Russians put
in , the Japanese promptly bat him out
of the box. " Richmond Times-Dis
According to the dispatches , Togo
gave credit for the victory to the Em
peror's ancestors. Doubtless the dis
patches err. Togo is a Presbyterian ,
ind results show conclusively that he
pinned his faith on Knox. Chicago
It is now thought that in the neigh
borhood of a million foreign immi
grants will come to the country this
rear , and the regulators of that mode
) f accession to our population are
igain getting busy. It surely looks as
f it were time to do something.
Somehow , the reputed Alexander-
lyde compact to retire from Wall
street and devote their undivided at-
ention to life insurance sounds like
hat time when Mephistopheles devel-
iped monkish tendencies when the
lounsel of experts had diagnosed his
: ase as critical. Albany Argus.
Japan's scheme for commemorating
Togo's victory by the erection of an
tuormous beacon on Okino Island ,
asting its rays for eighty miles over
he sea , and almost the entire scene of
he wonderful battle , is rare , u not
mique , in its combination of senti-
aent and practicability. Boston Her-
Mayor Weaver has escaped from the
oils , and henceforth must be known ,
f known at all , as an honest man. It
s yet to be seen if several hundred
housand Philadelphians , who stand to
icnefit financially by the restoration of
he ring , to lose little gratuities and
terquisites by its continued over-
brow , will stick it out Boston Tran-
The fact that Charles J. Bonaparte
3 being sued by the government as
iart owner of property wanted for a
ustom house site in Baltimore , and
or which the government refuses to
ay the owner's price , while wholly
ifferent from the rebate scandal in
fhich the Secrtary of the Navy fig-
ired , is , to say the least , amusing.
Banker Bigelow , who robbed his as-
ociates and depositors , is explaining
hat had not wheat declined he would
ave made money and repaid his
hefts. He does not even allude to his
ior.il responsibility. Birmingham
It seems strange that no one is tell-
ig us just now how Mae Wood Is
etting along looping the loop with
ecretary Loeb. These little sideshows
liould not be neglected because every-
ody is wanting to run for Governor.
-Eufaula ( Ala. ) Times.
HUGE MINE IN FLAMES.
Mountain of Coal in Colorado Burning
and Mania Helpless.
The town of Newcastle , Colo. , when
President Roosevelt left the raihraj
train to plunge into the wilderness , h
celebrated as the location of a subter
rancan fire which , is gradually consuming
a mountain of coal one of the most val
uable deposits 5u the Rot-ky Mountains ,
writes William E. Curtis in the Chicagc
There are many burning mines in the
United States coal banks that have
caught fire and cannot be extinguished.
There used to be one within the city lim
its of Fittsburjr. which had been burning
for a generation when I last heard about
it , and may be burning yet. The coal
originally caught fire from a gas explo
sion and the operators were not able to
put it out. There are several burning
mines in the anthracite region , also.
Some of them are situated so that they
cannot be Hooded and others are allowed
to burn because they are not worth
enough to justify the expense of putting
the fires out.
Noar" Marshall , BouUlcr county , Colo. ,
a 300-acre furnace has been burning since
the early 'GOs and millions of dollars'
worth of coal has been consumed. Many
thousands have been expended in trying
to extinguish the flames during the last
forty years that they have raged , with
out avail. All efforts have been unsuc
cessful and the owners have now aban
doned the property to burn itself out.
Up in the Bad Lands of North Dakota
in the Little Missouri valley several
seams of lignite coal have been burning
for years. They were on fire when the
first white man went into that country
and there is no way to quench the flames.
In the Bull Mountains , north of Billings ,
Mont. , is another big fire that has been
burning for thirty years or more. But
none of them is so important as the
burning mountain at Newcastle , Colo.
You can see the fire on the hillsido if
you pass that way on the Denver and
Rio Grande railroad. The porters of
the sleeper. ? usually notify passengers on
night trains when they approach the
"The coal goes into the hill , dipping at
an angle of forty-five degrees , " said E.
H. Parker , the coal expert of the geo
logical survey , "and the mining was done
by a shaft which passed through several
seams. Five of them were of workable
thickness , respectively , five , eight , twelve ,
twenty-two to twenty-four , and from
forty to fifty feet in thickness , all clean ,
good coal ; but it was very gaseous and
when it slacked off and gathered in little
piles , the columns that were left to sup
port the roof , chemical decomposition oc
curred , which generated a high heat and
finally spontaneous combustion. This
was about five or six years ago aud final
ly the company , beins unable to control
the fires , was compelled to abandon the
DISMISSES BOWEN IN DISGRACE
President Takes Drastic Action in the
Herbert W. Bowen , minister to Ven-
? zuela. has been dismissed from the dip
lomatic service by the President , who ,
Taft , has also ad
Secretary of State
Francis B. Loomis
for participating in
in Caracas. j
The President in
his review to Mr. '
Bowen , declaring that his conduct is
'especially reprehensible" ; that Mr. '
3owen asked one of his witnesses to
inter the employ of a certain company (
or the purpose , "in plain"words , of
tealing" documents which he hoped
night incriminate Mr. Loomis , and that
Ir. Bowen has "evidently for many
uonths , indeed , for the last two years , '
levoted himself" to hunting up scandal
nd gossip until it became a monomania
nd caused him "to show complete dis-
ayalty" to the country he represented.
Ma Taft says there was nothing dis- '
onoaable in the transactions in which '
Ir. Loomis figured , but that he was not
iscreet , and that Mr. Loomis was not
ustified in becoming personally interest-
d in any of the schemes , either with a '
icre nominal interest or substantial in- '
Mr. Taft was placed in an exceeding-
r delicate position , having been the
riend and classmate of Mr. Bowen. He
ave to the minister every opportunity
) prove his charges.
The gross earnings of Brooklyn Rapid
ransit gained more than $110,000 in j
The Central of New Jersey has finally
aandoned all brass baggage checks and
ill use pasteboard cards for all bag-
Chests containing supplies for "first
id to the injured" are now carried on
11 trains ou the Southern Pacific lines in
A railroad line from Ilattiesburg to
ascngoula , ou the gulf coast , is the
sxt big project to be taken up for the
jvelopmeut of Southeast Mississippi.
President Ripley of the Santa Fe ap-
roxiinates the Kansas wheat crop at
om S-.OOO OO to 85,000,000 bushels ,
ast year the State raised 05,000,000.
The Chicago aud South Shore Inter-
: bau Railway , connecting Laporte and
[ ichigan City , Ind. , was sold recently
: receiver's sale for $450,000 to the
The Governor of Indiana has announc-
l that under the railroad law of the
rate recently enacted , all otlicers of the
: ate are forbidden to accept a pass
om Q railroad.
Secretary Taft has declined the appli-
.tion of the State of Missouri to tak $
issessiou of the Merchants' Bridge at
: . Loins , on the ground that there has
ien no volatoa of the charter.
MISS CENEVIVE MAY
Catarrh of Stomach
Cured by Pe-ru-na
Miss Genevive May , 1317 S. Meridian
St. , Indianapolis , Ind. Member Second
High School Alumni Asa'n , writes :
"Perunais the finest regulator of a
disordered stomach I have ever found.
It certainly deserves high praise , for It
Is skillfully prepared.
"I was in a terrible condition from a
neglected case of catarrh of the stomach.
My food had long ceased to be of any
pood and only distressed me after eat
ing. I was nauseated , had heartburn
and headaches , and felt run down com
pletely. But in two weeks after I took
Peruna I was a changed person. A few
bottles of the medicine made a great
change , and in three months my stom
ach was cleared of catarrh , and my en
tire system in a better condition. "
Write Dr. Hartman , President of The
Hartman Sanitarium , Columbus , Ohio ,
for free medical advice. All correspond
ence held strictly confidential.
The Frugal Crow.
A correspondent sends to the Pioneer
( Allahabad ) the following notes on the
fact that a ca'se has been reported of a
crow's nest having been found which
was made out of telegraph wire : "Any
thing resembling a twig is pressed into
service. In the days of old , before
glass-stoppered bottles came into use
for soda water , many nests were made
of the wires used to keep in the corks
of such bottles. A nest constructed
out of brandy bottle wires was once
taken in a palm tree outside of Mad
ras. Another nest was found composed
of bits of tin stolen from the tin ba
zaar in Madras. One pair of crows
constructed a nest out of gold and sil
ver spectacle frames purloined from
the factory of Messrs. Lawrence &
Mayo , in Bombay. The materials for
this nest ( of which the value was
400 rupees ) were stolen by the wily
crows during the luncheon hour. It
was noticed that the spectacle frames
were disappearing from the factory in
a mysterious manner , but it was some
time . before the thief was discov
"Dr. David Kennedy' * Favorite Remedy
ny lifel I had dyspepbin and kidney dl&ease. " Ex.
isnator Albert Merritt. Park Place , N. Y. (1 a bottle.
The stroke of a lion's paw is the third
strongest force in the animal world. The
irst is the blow of a whale's tail and
Jie second the kick of a giraffe.
and Beau-titying the Skin ,
Scalp , Hair , and Hands.
Cuticnra Fonp combines delicate medicinal and eir.n-
Jlent properties derived from Curicura , the great Skin
Cure , with the pureit ol clean/in ? lu-redltnti * ud thi
tnost refreshing of floxcr odors. Two Soap * 1 cue at ont
price namely , a AJeJIciual and Toilet Snap tar ac.
Potter Drujf & Chem. Corp Sole Props. , Bo-ton.
USMaUed Free , "All About the Skin , Scalp , and Hair. "
Positively cured by
these Little Pills. |
They also rellere Dis
tress Erom Dyspepsia , In
ITTIE digestion and Too Hearty
Eating ; A perfect rem
edy for Dizziness. Nausea ,
PILLS. Drowsiness , Bad Taste
la the Mouth , coated
Tongrue , Pain In tHe Side , >
TORPID LIVER. They ,
regulate tto Bowels. Purely Vegetable ,
SMALL PILL SMALL DOSE , SMALL PRICE.
CARTERS Genuine Must Bear
iTTL Fac-Simile Signature
CAI C A beautiful eight-room liouso
OnLL on two lots in Belmout , Ohio ,
lear Wheeling . Va. Very healthy. iModern
conveniences. Delightfully situated. A bar-
: ain. Address Anna Fair , Klverside , West
Wheeling , Ohio.
MENTION THIS PAPER WM trmrnii * TO ADTUTUSU.
S. C. N. U. No 2O-1O05
PISO'S CURE FOR
CURES WHEREALL ELSE FAILST .
[ Boat Cough Syrup. Tastes Good. Use |
in time. Sold by drcggtata.
Truths that Strike Home
Tour grocer is honest and if he cares to do so can tell
you that he knows very little about the bulk coffee he
sells you. How can he know , where it originally came from ,
how it was blended Of With What
or when roasted ? If you buy your
coffee loose by the pound , how can
you expect purity and uniform quality t
LION COFFEE , tac LEADER OF
ALL PACKAGE COFFEES , Is of
necessity uniform In quality ,
strength and flavor. For OVER A
QUARTER OF A CENTURY , LION COFFEE
bas been toe standard coffee In
millions of bomes.
LION COFFEE 1 carclully packed
at our factories , and until opened In
your Home , has no chance ol being adul
terated , or ol coming in contact "with dust *
dirt , germs , or unclean hands.
In each package of LION COFFEE you get one full
of Pure Coffee. Insist upon getting tho genuine ,
Sound on every package. )
( Save the Lion-heads for valuable premiums. )
SOLD BY GROCERS EVERYWHERE
WOOLSON SPICE CO. , Toledo , Ohio.
Sale Ten Million Boxes a Year.
THE FAMILY'S FAVORITE HEQICINE
BEST FOR THE BOWELS