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FInuermanentycured.No its or nervous
'ness anterlirst days use of Dr. Kline's Great
NerteRestorer.$2trial bottleand treatise free v
Dr. B.H.K1.m, Lt d., 931.Areh St.. Phila., Pa. }
A woman's love is more emphatic than a
a man's., nd so is hew temper. t
Mrs.Winsiow's SoothingSyrup for obildren a
teething,soften the gums, reduces inflamma
tion,allays pain,eures wind colic. 25e. abottle
Frog skin jaLes .thc. toughest leather t
known ir proportion to ts thickness. a
. Per-.im FA.LESs DYES color more
goods. brighter colors, with less work
Sold for $12.500.70 years ago. a piece ot
land in Berlin is now valued at $12,500,000.
I do not beleve Piso's Cure for Consump- g
tionhasane qual forcoughs and colds-JoaS
F.Boyan, Tnnty Springs, Ind., Feb. 15,1900.
It's easger to jump a board bill than to
jump a bill board.
David Fleming, a Philadelphia golfer t
who destroyed his caddy's eye by a s
bloW*'trnek In--the-hedt of passion, t
about a year ago, has been ordered to 3
pay $6,000 to the lad. He surrendered
to the sheriff and refused to pay the
judgment. He will remain in the jail t
precincts for six months and will then
be released. Fleming is said to- be. 1
wealthy in his own' right and is the
grandeon and heir of Philadelphia s
Eac year ibout M D is expended in
sprinkling the streets 6f London with saed
to pident horses- from slipping
A distressing case c
which baffled the skill
Mrs. Hayes, of ]
~.~~cNed, after' everythii
Lydia E. Pinkham's 3
Mrs. Hayes' First Letter Appeali:
"DE.AR MRs. PIHAx: -I have
ment for a long time without any rel
tumor. I cannot sit down without gr
up my spine. I have bearing-down pr
domen is swollen, and I have had niow
petite isnotsgood. I cannot walk or h<~
"The symptoms of Fibroid Tun
curately describe my case, so I writet
E. F. Hmvs, 2532 Dudley St., (Roxbur:
Note the result of Mrs
though she advised Mrs. 11
her medcine-which she
Sher letter contained a ma:
tions as to treatment, all<
about the happy result.
"DEAN MRS. P!NKTAM:- Somedi
ing my symptoms and asked your ad'
all your directions carefully, and to-di
" The use .of- Lydia E. Pinkham
expelled the Atmor and strengthene
" Lydia E. Pin ams Vegetal
-lars adrop. I advh all women
female trouble of any to give it
E. F. HAYEs, 252 Dudley St., (Roxbur
.Mountains.of gold could not pu
the' place'of the health and Jaapit
Vegepble compound bt-ou t to:N
SuTch testbo~ony shg id -bes aicei
evidence that Lydia E. Pfinkham's
-without a peer as a remedy for all 1.
- ovarian troubles; tumors; innainmal
pli~~tk.ot the womb; backache;
- me..urlfhe volume gn
ters we are diypiiting in the newsp
F' - Mis. Hayes at her above addres
which siweinen 'mat write for ful
.He rs citde' to'Mrf'. Pinkhaini and ]
Comupound-? so8 gefiuine and heartfe]
-great o her to 4ake in return for her
*Tuyis it said that itis Lydia:
- ound tht s curmng'so many women,
get this when some druggist wants to
*~A'IlOREITI wecannot orthwit
* . - Lydia U
FACTORY- LOADED S
"New Riva~ "Lea
ffFyou are loolking ft
- munitionl, the kind
pit 'our ggs, bi
Loaded $lhotgun Shells: "t
Black io'der; "Leader"
with Sn eless. Insist u
-Factory "laded Shells,
- ALL DEALERS
Thle Pp-ra-ma AlmAuzc.
The !ruggists have already been supplied I
,ith Peruna almanacs. There is sure to
e a great demand for these almanacs on 2
ecount of the articles on astrology which $.
ey contain. The subject of astrology is 2
very attractive one to most people. ~Che 2
rticles on astrology in the Peruna al- :1
tanac have been furnished by a very com
etent astrologist, and the mental charad S
aristics of each sign is given, constituting
Imost a complete horoscope. A list of
uestions and answers on astrology sent S
ee u on request. There will be a great
ash r these.books. Ask your druggist
>r one early befpre they are all gone. 2
The population of Malta, about 200,000,
Aies wholly -forts milk supply on the -
8100 Reward. 8100.
The readers of-this paper will be pleased to
arn that there is at least one dreaded dis
se that science has Wen able tocure in all
a stages, and that is Cafath. Hall's Catarrh
Ure is the only positive cure now known to 4
ie medical fraternity. Catarrh being a con
titutional disease,-.reqafw a constitutiomal
entinent. Xall's Cit rrhCureistaken inter
ally, acting-directly upon the blood and mu
ous surfaces of the system, thereby destroy
ig the foundation of the disease, and givinr
Iio patient strength by building up the con
:tution and assisting nature in doing its
-ork. The proprietors have so.mueh faith in
:s curative powers that they offer One liun
ged Dollars for any case that it fals to cure.
end for list of testimonials. Address
F. J. CHENEY & Co., Toledo, 0.S
Sold by Druggists, 75c.
Hall's Family Pills are the best.
A creed is a chart and not a religibus
ipass. --- 4.
f Fibroid Tumor,
of BostoIj doctors.
oston, Mass., in
1g else failed, by
1to Mrs. PlnkJ m for Help t
been'under Bosti doctors' treat
ef. They tell mne.I have a'.flbroidL.
at pain, and the sbreness extends
ins both back and~front. Sly ab-'
ing spells for three years. My ap
on my feet for any length of time.
ior given in yourilittle book ac
o you for'advice." --(Signed) Mrs
r) Boston, Mass.
ayes, of Boston, to take
<new would help her -
ss of additional instruc
>f which helped to bring
me ago I wrote to you describ- t
rice. You replied, and I followed a
L I am a well woman.
's Vegetable Comipoudntirel3 ,
d my whole system. I can walk
>1e Compound is worth five dol- e
vho are afflicted with tumors or
a faithful trial"- (Signed) Mns.i.
) Boston, Mass.
echase such testimbony -or take
ess whdch Lydia E. Pinkham's t
ted y; ill wnen as convincing
Vegetable sdmpound stands I
e distressing ills of women; all
ons; ulceration, falling anid dis
irregular, s 'pressed or painful
lcracter of 1ttestinmonial let
spers can leave no room for doubt.
s 'ill gladl ~nwer any lettersr
lr informatc about her illness.
ydia E. Pi iam's Vegetable ~
t that she thuk no trouble is too t
health and ' inss.
E. Pinkbams Vegetable Corn- e
and no other medicine; don't for
sell you something else. I'
produee the original letters and signatures of
heir absolute genuIneness. I
. riablede hounn ass
t~t hoot whee yo
r feliableshotgn an
An Importa-t Article on South
ern Truck Growing.
Trucking in the South Atlantic Coast.
The market garden soils of the Sonti
Ltlantic #oast are generally of a warn
nd sandy character, lying level ant
lse-to permanent moisLure in- the zoU
)n such lands it is podsible to use thi
:onentr:ted fertilizers in quantitie
hirt-are not possibli on .dry- uplant
oils, and the growers lnstead of.seek
ng to know how little tiey' can ge
long with and make cros are seekin
o aseertain how iugteN they can usi
>roiltably. They have found that thi
hief deficiencies of their-soil Is in iII
rogen and potash. In many of thest
oils Wier- phospiati -roeks oeeur th<
rowers havd found that phosphori<
id is Icss needed than the other con
tituents in their fertilizers.. Som
ears ago the New York station madu
ome cxperimcnts to determine 1he dif
orerce between a fertilizer for iii
risi pota ' crop based on the exael
analysis of the potato, and the fertil
zer that rie Lung island growers wer<
SiUg in which 'the plant food constit
tents were largely itr excess of whia
he aralysis seered to sihow. Then it
he culture of the early Irish potato iI
lie soils of the South Atlantic regior
t was found ,hat there the crop nieede<
or the best results a larger pereentag
f nitrogen than it did in the North
xrowing in -the early cool spring th,
tditona! nitrogen seemed to have thi
fect of rapldly urging growth ant
naking the crop earlier, and as thi:
arliness was the important thing 11
be competition for the early marke
tnd the biggest prices, the nitrogeflou
art of the fertilizer received increasei
ittention. But while the nitrogen in
reased the growth it was found tha
he potato needed something else fo
he form:wtion of big starchy tubers
Phe study of the life history of vegeta
ion by scientists had shown that th
onstituent in a fertilizer that most in
reased the formation of starch wa
ttash. and hence it was inferred tha
t plant in which starch storing in tb
:uhers was of such importance As It I
n the potato, and which Its analysi
;howed needed a large pereentage o
otkslh In the fertilizer applied. espe
Jilly in the sandy soils where thi
:onsttuent was generally deficlien
o the coast gardeners ha1ve grad
lly: worked out for thenselve
ormnulas to suit the various crop
rown. They have found for the pc
~Q crom that while an immediate el
pplidat ion of nitrate of soda that lhi
ffect is ior lasting, and that the ful
uccess of the crop demands sort
lower ab;ilable~ Oltrogen in the fort'
>f orgeul4 matteni This they suppi
vith the iadily available fish scrap i1
L(omef sectious, hut ge'nerally in th
armr~ of cottonseed meal. Experiment
iorhward seemed to show in maos
>Ices that' for the crop there growl
he potash eibouldi he in the form of:
ulphtate, sined~ p)okttos grown Witi
his form of potash oeeed mire meal;
md dryer than those grown with thb
nurinte. But the Southern gardener!
ond that this dryness was of less im
>ortance to them, as their crop is large
y sold in an unriple condition, and th
nuriate was not only cheaper but gav,
hem hetter results than the sulphatec
'ut it is not only with the early ptat<
rop that the Southmern market garden
r uses fertilizers heavily. On lanm
hat has bieen heavily dressed year af
er year they i~m from 1000( to 200t
>onds of a hlsh. rade mixture, al
rays high in pot'nsha 'ltent, exe'p1
or the carly e:ahbage crop, with whici
thas been found that a larger per'
entage of avyailable phuosphoric acid aint
itrogen are of mo're importance thar
large percentage of potash. Recent
- the're has grown uip along thdSouth
rnm coas'um gre::t indlusiry in the cul
re of i'etuee utnd' (13th proteclie:
a framrus dur4ingi the winter and eat
pring n'ths. The gr -vers assuined
roperly that this- crop) needs heavy
ppiintions of ntitrogenm and potash,
ave accordingly .mixed ferillers ii
rhich thare is about ten per cent. of
etual i)oiasi, an'd they use this at. the
ate of a ton per acre. So me danraging
sults, have om- fromt this. -*Where
aenV apl i, 6of pctash-are need
d as in letiuce growing. the appl'ica
ton' should de- made,..a month befort
etiing the plants and the frames lefi
iposed to the rains, so thatthe potash
ill get assimilated with the soil and
se muich of its-caujstic chorac'em:. TIhe
tash will not get anway-, naad there I.
o teed .to he unsasy aotffthi..-Some
rowers of rl y crop% ned, the' ports
f entry 11 hat they can -get potash
heaper' t form of kainitt and they
nteromne the had effect of tile chior
les by1 puttin all the potash they will
cd on the bx.n the fail, so that the
-ixer rains ~Iah.out the chloride
r odiub. and they havre the potash
s a ultuNate, ~din tie leaching the
at renders so)n e some othey/ormsi
( idant food.-i. F. 11asseg, Ed!tor
f Practical Farm,
News of the Day.
After Charles Banks~a Portsmouth
gro. had been convicted of stealing
pair of rubber boots, Robert Smith;
other negro, confessed that lhe was
ethief, surrendered the stolen boots
d accepted a sentence of 15 dayr
prisen and a fine of $10.
B. 'B. Odell was inauurated Gor
nor of New York at Al my, N. Y.
M4s. Dockery,. wife oGovernor
2-kery, of Missoui1, died at Jeffer
l4 City. Mo.
. W O WAS BErIENuED
BY AN EMPEROR
SAVED BY PE-RU-NA.
Rev. H.. Stubenvoll, of Elkhorn, Wis., is pastor of the Evange}ical Lutheran St.
lohn's Church of that lace. Rev. Stubenvoll is the possessor oi two Bibles resented
to him by Emperor William of Germany. Upon the fly leaf of one of the Bibles the
Emperor has written in his own handwriting a text.
This honored pastor. in a recent letter to The Peruna Medicine Co., of Columbus,
Ohio, says concerning their famous catarrh remedy, Peruna:
The Peruna Medieine Co., Columbus, Ohio.
Gentlemen: " I Aad he norrhages et the lun7g for a long time. and al I
despaired of me. I took Pereana and was cured. It gave me strength and
courage, and made healthL- pare blood. It increased my weight, gave me
t a helthy color, and 1 feel well. It is the best mnedicine in the world. 11
r vne kept Peruna in the house it wouLd save manyfrom death every |
Thousands ot people have catarrh who 11 you do now derive prompt and satisfac
would be surprised to know it. because it tory result:s from the use of Peruna, write
' has been called some- other name than ca- at once to Dr. Hartiman. giving a full state
t'rrh. The fact is catarrh is catarrh wher-- ment of your case and he will be pleased to
t ever located; and another fact which in of give you his valuable advice gratis.
equally great importance, is that Perina Addres. Dr. Hartman. President of The
cures catarrh wherever located. Hartman Sanitarium. Co:umbus, 0.
ASK YOUR DRUGIST FOR A FREE Pg-BU-NA ALMANAC.
. Why take sickening salts or repulsive ca
.' like-a dose of salts" means violence, gi
irritation, and leaves your stomach and 1
Might just as well take concentrated ly
1 disuisedisgusting, nrauseating truck that your s
digusethe taste. Fool your own stomach, eh? Don't
offensive to your taste or smell is going to do you real g
makes certain things repulsive, so you will not take i
yourself to nauseous doses, and you ruin your digestion,
bowels, destroy your health. On the other hand see wh~
ful, palatable, perfect modern laxative, liver regulate
tonic you fird in
~ Best for the Bowels.. All druggists, roc, 25c, SoC- Never sold irn bulk
G enuine tablet sta-nped C C C. Guaranteed to cure or your maonef' back
SpeadSterling Remedy Company, Chicago or New York. 5
E i Cherokee Remedy of Sweet G
___ 111 ~l 0 Coughs, Colds, Lacirippe ."
~ I' IETALSH!NOLE
~ ~K ROOFINO '
ditten by.menwho know,,tel
wh on a ilda plw and fed ahlr,~wsbig esd
who desires.oftoredttohaeemtht our
. Theying.eThere were nineamembers
th yun omntfthecumfr.o
The a~frt. ea potal'd. imayn, Itsmeerst ae ahe madra
GERMAN ~Arjus. . ea o ow themKasa tyath asno
averse to matrimoy.tEach girl wen
tong threa wo er oice o ah
pnient Chuaprh ofist. sia Ir had
I PAY S~t CASK~OS witicfg. hre ofee Snior. mmbers
~'~'WYLAN W RBA of he dclubiand tharsul hoed oneit
still h bande ain but th b rogeni
uptandits rebtrsmresallmad a
B. ~ P.O.eaoh 1otber.--Kansas. CdtytStar.
The NLYconion onghe artnhtcfiure thi teraior. oam
disasewihou dingIrepaaeant h diestinhve red tit
I ha touseoruthcsr e Wasconine theoneal hepestreecantbeesl
cure seems o. Bo I8 aenvh noo. sdentomiofied.isn in
aIs tmeeea Stis ardo Reum t atic RIE!Xem"Iuedy.io
bttlsbee N. compond ny nft.e market tha cue seven bttrile n h
cancheruly rcomed ourmeicn F RESAE. O.F. 18,G1N0 .
Fornslee:- had Dugor tseno ot esve yrears. onreceat aof the oim
Bbitt Cbefoemic ben.i. Altgehe Iuedsevnoe and.h
[o Coton Ginners.
We Manufacture the Most Complate Line
of Cotton Gin Nachinery of Auy Company
In the World, teamely, the .
Ve also make
Linters for Oil Mills;
Engines and Beiris.
to also sell everything necessary temptes
iler4 "iantderufirfor ons-.
tomers with 11 detailed plans and ma
terial bills for construction of neassary
houses for our plants without sra charge..
[he Coninental i Cuolpany,
WXXTZ rOX oUa LATEST QATALOGUS
W. L. Douglas makes and sils more
rnen's 53.50 and 53.00 shoes thans any other
two manufacturers Ir the worid, whicb
proves their superiority;
they are worn by more
people In all stations of -
life than any other make.
Becauso W. L. Douglas
s the largest manufacturer
te can buy cheaper and
produce his shoes 14 a
Lower cost than other con
orns, which enables hin
to sell shoes-for $3.50 and
%3.00 equal in every
way to those sold else- .
where for $4 and 5.00.
W. L. Douglas $3.50
and S3shoesareworn by thousandsoftnenwbo
have been paying$4 and $5,notbelievin -t
could get a first-class shoe for $3. or ss.
He has convinced them thaf the style, 4t.
and.wear of his $3.50 and $.00 shoes sj=9s -
as good. Placed side by side ft is impossibb,
to see any difference. A trial will counze&
. t =ac wsresae 0549 sa 0,e s 0SSa,-s
Ba Bmi4" : bt e "in 5460
A gaLin of 805*0s,436O in Ifn l4 5tr.
W. DOUOLAS $4.00 CIt EDCE L3.
Worth 56.00 Compared with Other fiakes.
The best imported anI American ieathe, Megr
Patent Calf. Ena met. Bor Calf,. Vici Ii. CuaS
Colt. -nd National Kangaroo. aCoor Egelra
Cautio am uine have W. U eOU AS
PI.ilna. thr. extira. /IIMS. C4t1001
W. l; IbeSLULA1, BR@CTL' 4. 6.
mety savin' Catalog
for a Postal
d Castor Oil?
tor oil? "Goes throughy
ps, gripes, gases, sorene
>owels weak and W t.
e. Then there's castor ~r
tomach refuses unfess yoe
ever believe that anythinr
at a delight
r and bowel
uam and Mullein i 73
and Lung T rouWs. Thomnughly tested
-s. A]] D-.:~iste. 2:c., DOc and 'M.co.
10 0;JS' TilATUENT EE.
JH *ave mado Dropry and itscoe
euaxz . :so~cia y for twea
success. ro cnred many thou
2 GQ 'Yourn g Mc n
'. nice to g o.!lfy for cood iositin wheb we
r t:.IrL :eo in w:tig und'er a $5.000
wpstt promUrL pr ocure iham.
The Gia.-Ala. Bus. College,
IlUIT TREE#I&. ORlN t5ILETAL T1IEE*t
F.sTHAWDERRif PI.1.1 S.
TCataonHent .m, a'n'ni~feaio. A nw jls
i1rown Lechoris. and Dard --4mut,(i, Itoeb*.
Full blooded( awkreli'.a,.d Pulle. at -i ca.el.
a'lao pure l'oL A D 'II IN.i. sHoa TS, three mnoesias.
>Id at $t.') each.
Hallaber., '4 -.
Put up in Collapsible Tube.
i Substtute for and Sno erior to ~nstard er
ay other plaster, andl will not blister the mas
-lelicate- skn The pain 'tllayiing an urtv
ualiten of ti.4 ardemc are wonderful. It wi
stop the toothache at once and relieve head-.
W. reco,.m d5t s the best and ~aest es
ernal c.ounter-irrita*1t- known. also asrp s
ternal remxedly for p;ins in LIhe chest andsjnom
inb and all ri: matie,3:euralgle and go uty em
plantm. A trial wIll brove what we chainrforif,
nd it will be found to be invluable h ls he
ousehold. Many peole say "lC hthe best at
Pce 35 cents, at all druggists;ode~r dea
ers. or by i ng this amount tob' ' pe
stamps we~ send you a tube by masi
No artic b~uld be accepted by the puhbe
unless 1 heame carries our !ahel, as o)therwise
It is not genuinle.
CIESEBROUljiI MANIFACTIJRING Co.,
17 State. Street, New York City