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SPRING CATARRH BY THE USE (F PE-RO-NA Nothing Robs One of Strength Like Spring Catarrh— Spring Fever is Spring Catarrh. m MISS HELEN WHITMAN. Miss Helen Whitman, 308 Grand avenue, Milwaukee., Wis , writes: "There Is nothing like Périma for that tired feeling, which gives you no ambition for work or play.. After a prolonged illness, about a year ago I felt unable to regain my health, but fonr bottles of Peruna made a wonderful «hange and restored me to perfect health. As long as you keep your blood in good condition you are all right, and Peruna seems to fill the veins with pure, healthful blood. I thoroughly endorse it. MISS HELEN WHITMAN. Have you got nerves? Well, you ought to have nerves. But they ought to be strong nerves, good nerves. Does your hand tremble? You are living too fast. Does your heart flutter at times? You had better call a halt. Americans live too fast. They crowd too much into a single day. They have too little leisure. The hospitals and insane asylums are filling up. The quiet, pastoral scenes of yore are becoming rare. It's time that we quit this sort of business. How to Get Strong Nerves. First, repair the injury already done ! to your nerves. The way to do this is j to do exaet'v a° 'I'd Mattie B. Curtis, j The prefect of the Seine having plac rded Paris with posters describing the terrible effects of alcohol and absinthe drinking, the cafe proprietors each fil- 1 ed a damage suit against Mothers will find Mre. Winslow's Booth mg Syrup the best remedy to use for their children during teething period To support a delusion is to court de feat. Sleeping Volcanoes A thin, vapory smoke, lazily ascending from Its crater may be the only visible sign c d life in the sleeping volcano, but within Is a raging sea of fire, molten rock and sul E hurous gases. Those who make their omes in the peaceful valleys below know the danger and, though frequently warned by the rumblings and quakings, these signs of impending eruption go unheeded. They are living in fancied-security when the giant awakes with deafening roars and they are lost beneath adownpourof heated rock and acaldlmr ashes Thousands of blood poison sufferers are living upon a sleeping volcano * ' 1 ' 5 * ' ' and are taking desperate chances, for under the Mercury and Potash treat* ment the external symptoms of the disease disappear, and the deluded victim is happy in the belief of a complete cure, but the fires of conta* gion have only been smothered in the system, and as soon as these min* mais are left off will blaze up again. Occasional^ sores break out in vhe mouth, a red rash appears on the body, and these framing symptoms, if not heeded, are' soon followed by fearful eruptions, sores, copper colored splotches, swollen glands, loss of hair and other sickening symptoms. Mercury and Potash not only fail to Jure blood poison, but cause Mer curial Rheumatism, necrosis of the bones, offensive ulcers and inflamma* Bowline Green, Xy., Maroh 84,1808. ffentlsmsn: Bor over four years f suffered greatly from a severe ease of oontagioue blood poison. X west to Bot Springs, staying there font months at a big expense. X then con sulted physicians, who prosorlbod Meroury. Nothing did mo any good, la foot, the treatment proved more harmful than beneflolal. I mentioned my oase to a friend, who told mo that S. B. 8. had oertalnly oared hlm. Z at once commenced Its use, and In six months could find no trace of the dis* •ass whatsvsr. This was about two years ago. X continued 8. 8. 8. for •omo time to make euro of a perma nent cure, and X can truthfully say X am cntlrsly well. _ ». X. BAXBBBS. tion of th^ Stomach and Bowels. The use of S. S. S. is never followed by any bad results. It cures without the slightest injury to the system. We offer $1,000.00 for proof that it contains a mineral of any de scription. S. S. S. is an antidote for contagious blood poison, and the only radical and permanent cure known. It destroys every atom of the virus and puri fies and strengthens the blood and builds up the general health. We wilt mail free our special book on Contagious Blood Poison, which gives all the symptoms of the disease with full directions for home treat ment. Medical advice is furnished by our physicians without charge. THE SWIFT SPEOmO OO.. ATLANTA . OAm I 25 and 50c Pkfh SB NOTHING SO GOOD FOR CHICKENS AS THE PRUSSIAN POULTRY Makes Hens Lay and Keeps them laying. Cures Cholera, Roup aril all Diseases. It Strengthens Young Chicks and Helps Them Ùrcw. ____ -Chas. Lack. Rosalia, Wash., says oosian Poultry Food. an egg producer Prussian Poultry Food , Painsvllle, Ohio. * Prussian Poultry Book, FREE* Prussian Remedy Co., St. Paul, Minn. -SPOKANE DRUG CO.. SPOKANE. WASH. PORTLAND SEED COMPANY, COAST AGENTS. ooo secretary of Legion of Loyal Women, Hotel Salem, Boston, Mass. She said in a recent letter: "I suffered for over a year wich general weakness and de bility, manifested in severe headache and backache. I took four bottles of Peruna, and for two months have been entirely free from these maladies." Nervous Prostration. Thousands of cases might oe quoted in which Peruna has been used to res cue people from the perdition of de ranged nerves, and put them on the good, solid foundation of health. The ! county auditor of Erie county, New j York, Hon. John W. Neff, in a recent j letter written at Buffalo, Now York, A man who advertised for a cook and a music teacher received nine an swers to the former advertisement and 1 389 to the latter, him.--- For bronchial troubles try Piso's Cure for Consumption. It is a good cough medicine. At druggists, price 25 cents. Eleven per cent of the immigrants to the United States in the last four years have been Jews. a stated: "I was persuaded by a frien to try a bottle of your great nerve tonic, eruna, and the results were so gratih ng that I am more than pleused to re 'orrimmd it." A Spring Tonic. Almost everybody needs a tonic in he spring. Something to brace the lerves, invigorate the brain and cleanse he blood. That Peruna will do this is beyond all question. Everyone who las tried it has had the same experi ence as Mrs. D. W. Timberlake, ol Lynch burg, Va., who. in a recent letter, oade use of the following words: "1, always take a dose of Peruna after bus iness hours, as it is a great thing for the nerves. There is no better spring t >ni<\ and I have used about all of them." Jacarrh in Spring. The spring is the best time to treat catarrh. Nature renews herself every spring. The system is rejuvenated by pring weather. This renders medi cines more effective. A short course of Peruna, assisted by the balmy air of spring, will cure old, stubborn cases of catarrh that have resisted treatment for years. Everybody should have a copy of Dr. Hartman's latest book on catarrn. address The Peruna Medi cine Co., Columbus, Ohio. Mrs. Lulu Larmer, Stoughton, Wis., says: "For two years I suffered with nerv ous trouble and stomach disorders until it seemed that there waB nothing to me but a bundle of nerves. 1 was very irritable, could not sleep, rest or compose myself,and was certainly unfit Mrs. i.ulu Larmer. to take care of a household. I took nerve tonics and pills without benefit. When I be gan taking Peruna I grew steadily better, my nerves grew stronger, my rest was no longer fitful, and today 1 consider myself in perfect health and strength. My recovery was slow but sure, but I persevered and was reward ed by perfect health."—Mrs. Lulu Larmer. If you do not derive prompt and sat isfactory results from the use of Peru na, write at once to Dr. Hartman, giv ing a full statement of your case, and he will be pleased to give you his valu able advice gratia. Address Dr. Hartman, President of The Hartman Sanitarium, Columbus, O are to of of An American chemist has Invented a tube for truth. You speak into it; the chemical solution changes color according to the tensity of your emo tion, and truth and mendacity are de scribed as being quite distinct and vivid colors. THE CALIFORNIA BOTANICAL GATEWAY TO HEALTH AND WEAL I'M Is really a one dollar book mailed you for 25 cents silver, to introduce it. It tells von about newly discovered Uotanierd Remedies for the cure of many diseases, new ways to make money and get employment, to nurse ami care for the sick. to prolong old ngc and live loti years, the newly discovered Angle Worm oil massage for removing wrinkles and beautify ing tite complexion, new varieties of roses, fruits and vegetables, li e wheat, corn ami sun flower food, cereal coffee, imitation eala, gold and silver, stands acids, preventing smallpox pittings, maple syrup and sugar from wood, new sott drinks, trade secrets for manufacturer, things you need not ad; the doctor, a real home doctor book and encyclopedia of general infor mation, wanted by every man and woman that wants health and wealth. Is about loo pages, txb, paper cover. Contents sheet free. The California Botanical Medicine Co., 1 W8 North Alvarado St.. I os Angeles, Cal. a to a The stars in the milky way are equally distributed in a uniform ring in the heavens, and are several times as bright as stars in other regions. We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for an. "Ta?rt cuf" h thatCBU notb * cured by UaU '* F. J. CHENEY & Co., Props., Toledo, O. We the undersigned.have known F. J. Cheney for the past 15 years, and believe him perfectly l< ruble in all business transactions and fln BOIVS THIS? hone ______ anciallv able to carry out any obligations mads by their firm. West & Tiojax. Wholesale Druy-gists, Toledo, Waldinq Kinnanà Marvin, Wholesale Druggisis, Toledo. O. Hnll'eCatarrh Cure is taken internally .acting directly on the blood and mucous surfaces ol the system. Price 75c per bottle. Bold by ail druggists. Testimonials free. Hall's Family Pills are the best. All chemical affinity Is traced to ag gregation of electrons, or atoms, with odd or unbalanced elctrons either posi tive or negative. Vou Can Get Allen's Foot Ease FREE Write Allen S. O.msted, LeRoy, N. Y , for a free sample of Allen's Foot Ease. It cures chil blains, sweating, damp, swollen, aching feet I It makes new or tight shoes easy. A certaii. cure for Corns and bunions. All druggists set it 25c Don't accept any substitute. The annual loss by expatriation of wealthy Americans who have taken up permanent residence abroad Is placed at $30,000,000. ____sltor first dsy'saMof Dr. Klm»'sGreat Nerv» Xestonr. Send for FRBE8*J.OOtrisl bottlesndtwi rt Sib Da. B. II. Kun*. Ltd.. (UlArchSL. Philadelphie, F* A Dane has invented a communion cup which makes impossible the trans mission of infectious diseases. Any person who buys a bottle of hair restorer from a bald headed drug gist has genuine faith. Duluth, Minn., Is to have an immense electrical power plant which will rival that at the Soo. Third class railway fare in India Is less than half a cent a mile. ALPINE CLIMBING. m Wï im perils and Dangen Which Man Conrta Amid the Kternal Snows. There Is something wonderfully ex hilarating In the suggestion of the band to hand conflict with a mountain, says a writer In Munsey's In an in teresting article on "The Perils of Al pine Climbing." The real dangers, trie tremendous difficul ties that beset the way, are potent fac tors In rousing men to notion. The height and the apparent inacessibility of the summit are in then*, selves a constant challenge. In the daylight the peak« are so grimly tremendous, so self-suffl cient, that man bitterly resents the feel ing that he is a pitiful pigmy unable to fret their hugeness. It is not the great panoramic view from the summit that appeals to the thousands who climb the high peaks every year. It is simply the game—'he hand to hand struggle with savage na ture. The stories of accidents thrill the tourist with horror and make him long to stand on the very spot where some shocking disaster occurred. The tales of the frightful storms at high alti tudes, of the fearful avalanches, of the falling rocks, of plunges into crevasses, of laborious cutting of ice steps, of the climbing around ledges with only a finger and toe hold over a precipice ALPINE climbing. of is ing U. by a t»f from which one can look down thou sands of feet, the nights spent on the j •now on the mountain side, stories of frost bite, of hours of intense toil, these things merely spur him on. Some of the hair-breadth escapes of mountain climbers are almost incredi ble. Men have managed to throw them selves under a sheltering ledge while a rock thundered over them. They have lain so for an hour or more, listening to the mighty cannonading. One awful catastrophe marks thefirst ascent of the Matterhorn in 18155. For years the terrible peak had baffled all efforts to scale it. Edward Whymper, a noted climber, had made six unsuc cessful attempts before he succeeded. Lu his party were Charles Hudson, the most accomplished climber of his time; Lord Francis Douglas, another famous climber; a Mr. Hadow and throe guides —two Taugwaiders and thè great Mi chael Croz. They reached tlie summit; but early in the descent Mr. Hadow became exhausted. Croz had to place the young Englishman's feet in the ice steps. He slipped, struck Croz in the back, and both fell. The strain on tlie rope dislodged Lord Francis Douglas, and Mr. Hudson was dragged after him. Mr. Whymper and the Taugwai ders braced themselves, and the jerk enme ns on one man. The rope parted above old Peter Taugwalder, and the four fell from precipice to precipice to the Matterhorn glacier below, a perpen dicular distance of 4,000 feet. The ter ror and horror of the tragedy so par alyzed the survivors that they barely escaped being frozen to death." Americans bought in Parts last year $25.000 worth of goose liver pie, $28, 000 of human hair and $120,000 worth of mushrooms. The annual loss of fruit by insects is put by the United States entomolo gist at $300.000.000. In Japan 500 out of about 1200 loco motives in use are American. '* a of up Catarrh Invites Consumption It, weakens the delicate lung tissues, deranges the digestive organs, and breaks down the general health. It often causes headache and dizzi ness, impairs the taste, smell uml hearing, and affects the voice. Being a constitutional disease it re quires a constitutional remedy. Hood's Sarsaparilla Radically and permanently cures ca tarrh of the nose, throat, stomach, bowels, and more delicate organs. Read the testimonials. No substitute for Hood's acts like Hood's. Be 6ure to get Hood's. " I was troubled with catarrh 20 years. Seeing statements of cures by Hood's Sar saparilla resolved to try it. Four bottles entirely cured me." William Sherman, 1030 (ith St., Milwaukee, Wis. Hood's Sarsaparilla promises to cure and keeps the promise. I Have You Anything To Sell? If So rt F* We know the lonsumerg. We have the organi. «'ion. We have the linaiu-iu st tiding. We make advances on consignments. We make prompt settlements. We do not purchase for our own benefit goods sein to us for ale. GIVE US A TRIAL. DRISLER BROS., (leneral Commission Merchants In hay, grain, produce and otter tarnt products. 802 Marion Bldg, Seattle, Wash'd. '••Mb to to is ! I a a • I of rïî/®®*rtMD^tos 7 r«ttoM^!ësî^ Ion this paper. No. 15, 1903. Is ms. JUDICIAL DECISIONS ÆT 2 L A judgment or decree in enforcement of a pre-existing lien is not the judg ment denounced by the provisions of section 07b of the bankrupt act, which is plainly confined to judgments creat ing liens. Metcalf vs. Barker (Sup. CL, U. S.>, 9 Am. K. It. 30. The exemption of persons who go from house to house or plaee to place vending their own products from the payment of n license tux imposed by statute on peddlers, is held, in Itosen bloom vs. State (Neb.), 57 I. .It. A. 922, not to render the act invalid as in vio lation of the uniformity clause of the constitution. While the lien created by a judgment creditor's Dili is contingent in the tense that it may possibly lie defeated by the event of tho suit, yet in itself and so long as it exists, it is a charge, a specific lien on the equitable assets t»f the judgment debtor, and is not sub ject to being divested save by payment j ^ht* judgment sought to be collected, Metcalf vs. Barker (Bup. Ct., U. S.), 9 Am. B. It, 30. J A statute making a contract for the construction of a building in which the j contract price Is payable with some-1 thing besides money so far Invalid as 1 to furnish the owner no protection from the claims of sub-contractors and ma- j terlalisui, is held in Stlmson Mill Com- ! pony vs. Braun (Cal.), 57 L. It. A. 720, ! to be an unconstitutional infringement of the owner's right to the possession and enjoyment of ills property. Whether or not a loan by a foreign ' building and loan association to a rest- | dent of the State, secured by mortgage j on land within the State, is usurious, j is held in National Mutual Life Build- : ing and Loan Association vs. Brabant | (Miss.), 57 L. It. A. 793, to be deter- j milled by the local laws, notwithstand- ! ing the notes are payable at the domi- j eile of the corporation, if it lias local- j lzed its business by establishing hoards ; throughout the Slate, to which pay- ■ ment of loans are to be made. The construction to lie drawn from the language of section »>71* of the bank ! rupt act is that it is the lien created by I a levy or a judgment, or an attachment or otherwise that is invalidated, and that where the lien is obtained more than four months prior to filing of tlie petition In bankruptcy, it is not only not to be deemed mill and void on ad judication. but Its validity is reeog niz d: when (he lieu is obtained within the four mouths period, the property of tlie banqnipt is discharged there from, but not otherwise. Metcalf vs. Barker (Blip. CL, U. S.), 9 Am. B. it. 3d. THE MINISTER'S "SHAY." CaiiHeil tlie Puritan tlcrgyinan a Lung leimte with lli. Conscience. Tlie diary of a Puritan minister who was settled in Malden, Massachusetts, nearly two hundred years ago, shows a scrupulous regard for his sacred call ing. To his view it was ail right for a person to keep a horse, but lie had his doubts about Hie keeping of a car riage. It might argue woildbuess. The following entries show how lie debated ilie question with himself, and how liis point of view shifted: January 31. Bought a shay for £27 10*. The Lord grant it may bo a com fort and a blessing lo my family. March 17.—Had a safe and comfort able journey to York. April 24.—Shay overturned, witli my wife and me in it; yet licit lier of us much hurt. Blessed he our generous Preserver. Part of tlie shay, as it lay upon one side, went over my wife, and yet she was scarcely anything hurt. How wonderful the preserva tion! Mtyr 5.—Went to the Bench with three of the children. The beast be ing frightened, when we were all out of tlie shay, overturned and broke it. I desire it (I hope I desire it) that tlie Lord would teach me suitably lo re pent this Providence, and make suit able remarks on It, and to be suitably affected with it. Have 1 done well to get me a shay? Have 1 not been proud or too fond of this convenience? l)o I exercise the faith in tlie divine care and protection which I ought to do? Should I not be more in my study and less fond of diversion? Do I not with hold more than is meet from pious and charitable uses? May 15.—Shay brought home; mend ing cots 30 shillings. Favored in this beyond expectation. May 1(5.—My wife and I rode to Runiney Marsh. Tlie beast frightened several times. June 4.—Disposed of my shay to Rev. Mr. White. • I Posthumous Aversion. "Why did Napoleon bate the Eng glish?" asked the patient history teach er, with her tone full of perennial hopefulness that distinguished her at titude toward her class. "I am sure some one knows," she said after a moment's pause. "Claire, can't you tell us?" "Of course I can, Miss Moore," said pretty Claire, "but it seems unneces sary for the book to ask such ques tions. He haled the English because they had made him live and d!e all •lone on the rock of St. Helena," Weak? " I suffered terribly and was ex tremely weak for 12 years. The doctors said my blood was all turning to water. At fast I tried Ayer's Sarsaparilla, and was 60 on feeling all right again." Mrs. J. W. Fiala, Hadlyme, Cf. No matter how long you have been ill, nor how pfoorly you may be today, Ayer's Sarsaparilla is the best medicine you can take for purifying and en riching the blood. Don't doubt it, put your whole trust in it, throw away everything else. $1 00 a bottle. All druggists. Ask your doctor wbat lie thinks of Ayer's Sarsaparilla. H-* knows. 1 1> about this grand ..Id family medicine. Follow liisuuvico and we will be satisfied. J* C. A y Kit Co., I owell, Mast. A tMtaaos'» brqmosqtzer 10 CENTS. QMESttl . headaches, mir ça PäinIanuuis« tfipfBRDW, Aminstering ANöELTHOU: 0 '0, _ % SoLDEVERYWfim. £ gBKaaaEüga mmzm CREAM SEPARATORS Are snl.l suli.iet t !.. «;> pruviil anii «i h p: i. « that will «nable y..u In make n prellt on a few eev*,. 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