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No mattdr how hard your cough is or how long you have had it, you want to get rid of it, of course. It is too risky to wait until you have con sumption, for sometimes it’s impossible to cure this disease, even with Ayer’s Cherry Pectoral If you are coughing today, don’t wait until tomorrow, but get a bottle of our Cherry Pec toral at once and be relieved. Three sizes: 25c., 50c., SI.OO. If your druggria cannot supply you, send us one dollar and we wi!! express a large bottle to you, ftl] charges prepaid, lie sure you give us your nearest express office. Address, J. C. Ayer Cos Lowell, Mass. atHeltz** 42eIgEAYE5T of CTBp. CEREALS Speiti Startled the • Fa.-mice World to 1900; d&V 1 AMr&ffSs 1t vwill rapture every LvA 1 M heart in I*ol. with it* ~ N 80 bu. of (train and 4 V ' 1 ■*<%&/ tons r f hay, equal to jA Timothy, per acre. r ’ # * t the genuine,buy of W Salzer, the introducer. /tHHS ' Combination Corn /'V ,s on ® v* the greatest C ***•-* tbingfi of the century. It Is early and an enor mously. fabulously big yielder, a sort bound to revolutionize corn growing. Salzer’s Vegetable Seeds. The beauty about Salzer’s vegetable Feed Js, that they never I all. They sprout, grow and produce. They are of such nigh vitality they laugh at droughts, rains and the elements, taking Ist prizes every where. We * arrant this. For 14 Cents and This Notice we rend 7 packages of rare, choice, fine, splen- t dil vegetable novelties i. nd 3 packages of brilliantly beautiful flower seeds, all worth |l, and our big catalog for onlv 140 and this Notice, in order to rain 250.000 new customers In 1901, or lor lOe, 10 rare farm t eed samples, yn77>ssz\ fully worth 110.00 to get a start and'cvrgrv&tcatalogue. smfWHmm a. sjuer^ w&mi SKB co- /S mmMMry la crqsse, wis. v, a liiiibiiHftmii*i jij i isr CATARRH CLIMATIC Nothing but a lorn! szsirzsr " “■ hfMt4?sis| CATARRH. El/s Cream It in onirklv Absorbed. |Kp Gives Relief at om e. Vv*vS Ouer.n and cleanses the vV^-JcviY° Nasal Passages. Allays Inflammation. |'|ll Ij iKj W r AII Heals and Protects the GvJLU it * * L.C4L? Membrane. Keetores the Senses of Taste and Smell. No Mercury, No Iniurioua drne. Regular Size, 60 cents; Family Size. SI.OO at Drngelsts or by mail. KLY BROi UEKS, 66 Warren Street, New York. EXCURSION RATES I to Western Canada and par ■ I ticular.* ns to how to secure I e r W acres of the best TV heat, l-Jicotion to the uperi£ | ™ ten dent of Immigrutic^, 1 mllmm Ottawa. or the un * derwicned. Specially cor dneted excursions will leave St. Paul, Minn., on the la*, and 3d Tuesday in each month, and specially low rates on all lines of railway are being Quoted for excursions leaving St. Paul on March 2J*th und April 4th, for Mani toba. Assiniboia. Saskatchewan and Alberta. Write to F. l’cdley, Supt. Immigration, Ottawa, Canada, or the undersigned, who will mail you atlases, pamphlets, etc., free of cost: C. J. Itrough ton. 12*51 Monadno<*k Bldg.. Chicago; N. Bartholo mew, 306 sth St., lies Moines. Iowa; M. V. Me* Inues, No. 2 Merrill Block. Detroit, Mich.; J. Grieve, Saginaw. Mich.: T. O. Currie, 1 New Insurance Building, Milwaukee, Wis.; E. T. Holmes, Indianapolis, Ind., Agents for the Gov ernment of Canada. CUKE i US Best < ough Syrup. Tastes Good. t?e in time. Sold bv druggists. gf i*m=v s „i insomnia I Si nervous pros (RJ|j tration; what YWP&&K& tfa& ' 1 organism is - - —- strong enough to staiul - up under the strain of jtr&jPT dtfTfo jff-3i M4y cgg^t sleepless nights? It is ffW Jjf fy ES plain that nothing in the world can possibly take ■ ■ ■ the plaee of restful sleep, __ B yet many trv to eke out g S fflfS fmm ggfg ,Sjfc kn existence without this sustaining power. Their jg X** nerves are in such a state WV r Y.C'V\ *23* of tension that sleep is ® ™ ® an impossibility, or at S ~ BAH best is a series of hideous 1 iyf£&i€&S Ba ©£&2 3 tfSa dreams. It is not strange that physical and mental weakness, amounting soon to complete prostration, follows inability to sleep. There is no let-up o the strain. Vital forces are drawn upon, confirmed invalid ism results. The recuperative power of natural sleep is wonderful. Complete physical and mental exhaustion gives place, after a few hours of quiet slumber, to a full renewal of energy. The fatigue of body and mind disappears entirely while ■anaii'ii ■■**' ™ all the muscles arc strong and __ _ the nerves absolutely calm. Ol*. fee $9 is indication given by Nature as a guide to human plans to restore health. It d(£iSa & shows that there are inherent _ Jtmin t - u> wonderful human FOR THE BLUUU /Ir/B organism powers of reeupera tion which must have oppor tunity to assert themselves. M to restore to perfect I |\ | rm\ . 1* 1 change cr.tne ever nie I regained \lf f M l -Mitl ! 4! jr* my apretire. the diuinessin my head ■R'- Vi I VC/J SRBs departed renewed my interest :n IHXwi'-'lh f if H E_\3m®TiJtfL.H life and msde me feel, in fact, bite B 1/ " | ■ *a ■ an,user person After taking six J ' iffSgl iM ■ do “ ars * n< 2 n_a:cre* jjtyiic-.ins & Y tkj Br& Greene's Nmr -1 *Uk ijjpfgljfil h 'ff rs £ s i^le R Qmec *y 8 \ \ BMg* i Ful! explanation of these rnetter* Rr if J \i\ CU It (PwVaH.V gl'en t" Dr.Ureene ocrequest, wtth [L I \f.Vjr\ fA |B tkKtjCMiM out charge. Dr. Oreene’s address is If a a] uf* I 1 -1, ’ t tr- •i m T 3J W eat 1 4th Street. New York City. C ■ nauttation with him either by call It All Depends. He (feeling liis ■way)—What do yon think of a man who leaves his friends and goes oft' to the north pole? .She (artlessly)—lt depends upon the kind of man you mean, you know. You don’t mean to say that you think of go ing, Mr. Buffer? Well, I hope you will have an enjoyable trip.—Boston Tran script. Gold! Gold! Gold! The latest El Dorado Is reported to be on Nome City Beach, Alaska. Thousands of people are hastening there, many of whom return broken in health. Of what avail is gold when health is gone? Guard your health with the best of all medicines, Hos tetter’s Stomach Bitters. It will regulate the bowels, stir up the liver, invigorate the kidneys, and absolutely cure indigestion, constipation, maiafia, chills and fever. It's a good medicine to keep on hand. The Woman Without a Trade. Fbr the girl whose parents have rec ognized the changed conditions, and al lowed her to tit herself for a profes sion or trade, the question of susten ance has no terrors; but it is the wo man with no particular qualification, with a meager education, who, when suddenly brought to the brink of ne cessity, cries, in bitterness and alarm, “What can I do?” When her hour of need comes she finds herself a com petitor with a few millions of women, each one of whom is by schooling made mistress of someone art or craft, and is thus safely launched on a career. For such a one, provided she has suf ficient 'money, probably the true solu tion of the difficulty is to qualify her self to enter the lists—go at once to one of the training-schools, such as Cooper Institute, in New York; Pratt Institute, in Brooklyn; Drexel Insti tute, in Philadelphia; Armour Insti tute, in Chicago, where, thanks to the perfected methods of instruction and a thorough understanding of the needs of the applicants, a working knowl edge of the useful or the fine arts may be had in an amazingly brief space.— \\ oman’s Home Companion. The Reason Why. “So you’re going to be married again! To wliom?” “To my late wife’s sister.” “Is she handsome or rich?” “Neither.” “Then why do you marry her?” “To tell the truth, its because I want only one mother-in-law!”—Heitere Welt. How’s This: We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall’s Catarrh Cure. F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Props., Toledo. O. We the undersigned have known F. J. Chyney for the last 15 vears. and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and finan cially able to carry out any obligation made by their firm. West & Truax, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo. O. Wai.dixg, Kinnan & Marvin, Wholesale Druggists. Toledo. O. Hall’s Catarrh Cure Is taken internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Price 76c. per bottle. Sold by all Druggists. Testimonials free. Civil Service in China. China was the first to institute civil service and put it into practical op eration. Lane’s Family Medicine Moves the bowels each day. In order to be healthy this is necessary. Acts gently on the liver and kidneys. Cures sick headache. Price 25 and 50c. Riches without charity are nothing worth. They are blessings only to him who makes them a blessing to others.— Fielding. TO CURB A COLD IN ONE DAY Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All druggists refund the money if it fails to cure. E. \V. Grove’s signature is on each box. 25c. Fencing is again becoming popular ir London, and women also are taking up this form of exercise. Dyeing is as simple as washing when you use PUTNAM FADELESS DYES. Make yourself an honest man, and then you may be sure that there is oue less rascal in the world.—Carlyle. rjTQ Permanently Cured. No fits or nervousness after r I I O first day'* use of I>r. Kline's Great Nerve Ke pt orer. .send tor FKKKS2.OO trial bottle and treatise. Dlt. K. U. KLINE, Ltd., V3l Arch St., Philadelphia, Pa. The recent census shows that about 12 per cent of the population of the United States is colored. Mrs. Winslow’s soothimo Syrup for Children teething: so!tens the gums, reduces inflammation, allays pain, cures wind colic. ’l6 cents a bottle. Extending: End Gate. When corn has been loaded on a wag >n, it is very unhandy to shovel off at first until the bottom of the wagon box has been reached, says an exchange. To overcome this difficulty different methods are followed, such as laying one end of a long, wide board on the end gate of the wagon and the other on the floor of the bpx before loading and shoveling on the board till tbe bot tom of the box is to be got at, but the extending end gate, shown in the pic ture, will be found among the best of these expedients. It is fastened to the bed of the box by strap hinges which are sunk into the wood so as not to in terfere with the shovel. The gate is made wide enough to allow the side pieces to be, outside of the box. Iron straps hold the side pieces secure on the gate. A rod of one-quarter inch iron looped in the manner shown in the cut is attached on each side. Thumb screw bolts enable the looped rods to hold the gate when let down. When the hand bolts are screwed up tightly on the rod, they will hold the gate when extending end gate. <4osed, for ordinary occasions, but hooks may be quickly attached to hold i1 still more securely. The gate will afford a platform for the farmer to s.tand on when starting to scoop up the corn as well as prove very advantage ous iu loading and unloading many ar ticles. Handy Helps in Butchering;. To clean and carry a hog with ease use a short ladder (about six feet long will do) and place legs about a foot long under each end. Place a little tar in the scalding water, and the hog will clean easier. For a good hog scraper take a piece of an old grass scythe about four inches in length, with edge rather dull. In place of a scalding trough a large cask laid in a slanting position will answer the purpose almost as well. Two good rails placed in a slanting position against a building is the simplest method of hanging a hog easily. To clean a pork barrel that is tainted and has a bad smell about it wash it out es clean as you can, then whitewash it with fresli slacked lime. Let the barrel dry. and it is ready for use. The lime will not hurt the meat at all—Kansas Farmer. Valuable Beef. Here is given a picture of the Aber deen-Angus steer “Advance,” sweep stakes winner as best beef animal at the Chicago Show, which was sold at auction for the astonishing price of STEKIi SOI.P FOR $1.50 A TOU-N’D. 51.50 per pound live weight, bringing $2,415. He was sent to New York to be butchered for the Christmas' mar ket. the purchaser being an agent of a packing company who wanted the beast as an advertisement. Big Mares. The breeding of draft horses of ex treme weight is not likely to be over done in this country for a long time, says the National Stockman. The fact is there are not any too many inares that can produce the top weight kind. A good, big draft mare is, therefore, worth money to the man who is fixed for raising heavy horses. Breed her to a good, big stallion, feed her and the foal plenty of good growing feed, such as oats, bran and clover hay, with some corn. too. and there is no danger of an undersized colt. Draft blood is some thing. but not everything. Lack of feed in early life accounts for a whole lot of drat bred horses that are only “chunks" of 1.400 pounds or less. Un dersized nearly always means underfed at some stage of the game. Farm Cattle. It is not true that the eatile business to be profitable must be conducted on the broad ranges of the Western plains, says Texas Farm and Ranch. That is one profitable system of cattle raising, but there is another which yields fully as great profits for the capital invested. Raising cattle on the farm has in all countries and all ag-s been tound prof itable. and more so now than ever. By raising cat..* on the farm the farmer has a good market for all ;he feed he can raise, saves labor and expense of transportation and avoids much less from waste and the hocu; pocus of commerce. And one of the main fea tures of stock farming is that it can be made to continually improve the fertil ity and value of the farm. General Purpose Farutr. The general purpose farmer who is a good gardener gets a better living for himself and family than the special crop farmer, affirms American Agricul turist. He raises L's own d:-.ry prod ucts. beef, pork and mutton, eggs and fowls, fruit and vegetables. k:ul if he wants tc i at them he is not obliged to siop and count the cost. He has no fear of starvation through stoppage of railroads or strikes. He !s a>t a badly affected, by a poor season, for he has several crops to depend upon. and. as he usually sells more than he buys, it l> an easy matter to ke p eat of debt. Fstimated Production of Torn. The y redo -tion of corn in 1000 is esti mates: at 2.U*0.1*‘2.51 and bushels: eats. > •'.*.!23.0m) bushels; barley. s>.t 25.N13 unshels: rye. 28.WC..027 bushels; buck wheat. 0,3-r>.*. :r, bushels: pe.ato >, 210,- '• -‘O.niT bushels, and Lay. 50,110.900 tans. TLe gran frnm which these cr.ps were gathered was as follows in acres*. Corn. 83.320,872; oats, 27.364.705; bar ley, 2,104.282; rye, 1,101,326; buck wheat, 637.030; potatoes. 2,011.054. and hay, 30,132.800. The corn crop of 1000 was one of the four largest ever gather ed. while the oat crop has been exceed ed only once. On the other hand, the barley and rye crops are the smallest, with oue exception, in acres since 1887. The buckwheat crop is the smallest since 1883 and the hay crop is the small est, with one exception, since 16SS. Bin Gain in Winter Wheat. The statistician of Department of Agriculture estimates the United States wheat crop of 1000 at 522,220,505 bush els, the area harvested being 42,403,355 acres and the average an acre 12.29 bushels. The production of winter wheat is estimated at 350,025.409 bush els, and spring wheat at 172,200,096 bushels, the area actually harvested be ing 26,235,897 acres in the former case and 16,259,488 acres in the latter. The winter wheat acreage, totally aban doned in Ohio, Michigan, Indiana and Illinois, is finally placed at 3,522,787 acres, and the spring wheat acreage, totally abandoned in North Dakota and South Dakota, at 1.793,467 acres. The extraordinarily rapid rate at which the winter wheat acreage of Nebraska is gaining upon the spring wheat acre age of that State has necessitated a special investigation of the relative ex tent to which the two varieties were grown during the last year. The result of the investigation is that while no change is called for in the total wheat figures-of the State, 590,575 acres have been added to tbe winter wheat column at the expense of the spring variety. Dairying in lowa. According to a contemporary lowa’s dairy interests are large and growing, there now being over I*ooo creameries in the State. About 631,829 cows are used to supply creameries, whose prod uct was 84,965,062 pounds of butter, a decrease of 3,000.060 pounds from 1899. Average of 22 cents realized, against 20.65 cents in 1899. Total value for the year about $20,000,000. Less than half of the milk of the State went to cream eries, for there were 1,295,960 milch cows on May 1, 1900. A true value of butter output would be $38,000,000. There are now seventy-five cheese fac tories in operation. Increase of prod uct, 500,000 pounds over 1899, being 4,212,432 pound®. Only 1 215 per cent was shipped out of the State, home market using balance*. Finishing Hogs. For finishing hogs for market no food substance known equals corn. Alfalfa, clover, Bermuda, sorghum, artichokes, sweet potatoes and peanuts are all good food to promote growth and make lean meat, but corn for adding the plumpness that makes porkers sell can not be improved upon as far as is at present known. We can raise more corn than all the hogs in the world can eat and raise hogs enough to eat all the corn we can grow. This is a fact, not a paradox.—Texas Farm and Ranch. Storing Apples in "Winter. The Canada experimental farms made experiments to ascertain the best methods of storing apples in winter. Specimens wrapped in paper kept bet ter than those not wrapped, and there were few rotten apples, and they lost least by evaporation. The ground floor storeroom did not preserve them as well as the cellar. A tight package preserved the fruit best in storeroom, but not in cellar. Per contra, a venti lated package did better in ceilar than in storeroom. Good Cows in Demand. While certain sections are selling some of their milk cows and fattening others, because of a scarcity of hay, we do not notice any lack of demand for good cows in our market report or any falling off in their price. In fact, not for many years has trade been more active or prices better in Boston market.—American Cultivator. Milk Vessels. Milk vessels should, as far as possi ble, be made ivitbout seams, and all soldered joints be made as smooth as possible. Horticultural Notes. Pruning.—Examine trees recently planted, and if the wood is not plump prune them in closely, as shriveling proclaims the roots unable to supply so much top. Bleeding Heart.—A strong root of bleeding heart potted and placed in a window- in winter will be sure to give you flowers, and its large, rosy, pink blooms are charming to look on. Hedge for Limited Place.—'Where space is limited use arbor vitae for a hedge. It forms a complete one, while growing tall without spreading. Hem lock and Norway spruce require more ground room. Fern for Indoors.—A variety of the sword fern, known as the Boston fern, is in much demand for indoor use. All of the family to which it belongs are useful in the same way, not objecting to air of dwellings. Basket Willows.—There are favorite willows for basket-making, such as the Forbyana and Purpurea, because of tbeir flexibility, but those who make baskets use many kinds, some of stout growth and some of slender growth. House Plants and Insects.—lf bouse plants are started free of insects they are rarely much troubled with them in winter, but vigilance must be exer cised to keep them clean, as their well doing is greatly dependent on this. A Mistake.—lt is a mistake to rake up the leaves in the wood lot or any other place where they may be allowed to remain. Besides being of value as a winter protection, when decayed they add much to the fertility of the ground. Blackberries and raspberries grow from shoots formed just below ground. When transplanting them the mistake of setting them too deep, praetically killing them, is not uncommon. The roots should be but just below the sur face. The Snyder blackberry is a popular sort in,- the Northwest because of its extreme hardiness and its productive ness. Taylor's prolific has larger fruit, but it is-hardly as hardy as the other, but quite hardy enough for the Middle States. Borers in Hawthorn.—lt is only Eng lish hawthorn and its varieties which are subject to lorer attacks. Our na tive sons are exempt. But we have no colored sorts among ours: all are white, so we have to fight borers to have thes, lovely haw thorns. Setting Out Trees.—Fall is an excel lent time for the setting out of all tret's. Those who can not plant then should do the work the very first thing in spring, that the tre s may be well set tled in their new positions before grow ing weather sets in. Seedling Peaches.—Californians say the Setrlling peaches are much longer lived than others. This is not new. Seedlings of r.ll kinds possess more vigor than trees raised in any other way. but how would the world get along 'wi iioat budding and grafting? PRESBYTERIAN PASTOR PRAISES PE-RU-NA. First Presbyterian Cburch of Greensboro, Ga„ and its Pastor and Eider. The day was when men of prominence hositated to give their testimonials to proprietary medicines for publication. This remains true to-day of most pro prietary medicines. But Feruna has be come so justly famous, its merits are known to so many people of high and low stations, that no one hesitates to see his name in print recommending Feruna. The highest men in our nation have given Peruna a strong endorsement. Men representing all classes and stations are squally represented. A dignified representative of the Pres byterian Church in the person of Rev. E. G. Smith does not hesitate to state publicly that he has used Peruna in his family and found it cured Avhen other remedies failed. In this statement the Rev. Smith is supported by an elder iu his church. Rev. E. G. Smith, pastor of the Pres byterian Church of Greensboro, 6 a., writes: “Having used Peruna in my family for some time it gives me pleasure to testify to its true worth. My little boy seven years of age had been suffering for some time with catarrh of the lower bowels. Other remedies had failed, but after taking two bottles of Peruna the trouble An Innovation. The Louisville and Nashville R. R., to gether with its connecting lines, has in augurated the Chicago and Florida Lim ited, Aviiieh is a daily, solid train, wide vestibuled, steam heated, gas lighted, with dining car service for all meals en route from Chicago to Thomasville, Ga., Jacksonville and St. Augustine, Fla. The train leaves Chicago over the Chicago and Eastern Illinois tracks at 11:05 a. m., running via Evansville, Nashville. Bir mingham and Montgomery, Plant System to Jacksonville, Florida East Coast to St. Augustine, arriving at the latter city at 7:30 the next evening, making the fast est time ever made between these points. This train has annex sleeper leaving St. Louis at 2:15 p. m., which also runs through. Mr. C. L. Stone, General Pas senger Agent, Louisville and Nashville It. R.. Louisville, Ivy., will answer all inquiries concerning this train and fur nish printed matter concerning it. Jealous. “Ah, beautiful lady,” exclaimed the clairvoyant, “you have come to find your future husband, is it not so?” “Not much,” replied the beautiful lad}’. “I have come to find out where my present husband is when he’s ab sent.”—Philadelphia Press. Coughing Leads to Consumption. Kemp’s Balsam will stop the cough at once. Go to your druggist, to-day and get a sample bottle free. Sold in 25 and 50- cent bottles. Go at once; delays are dan gerous. The man tvho is over-anxious to do you a kindness always proves a bore aud an extra expense in the long run. The best is the cheapest. Carter's Ink is tbe best, yet it costs no more than the poorest. There are 256 railway stations with in a six-mile radius of St. Paul's Ca thedral. London. RHEUM AT SSM. NEW ORLEANS, April 10, 1897. DR. RADWAY & CO.— 1 have been a sufferer from Rheumatism for more than six months. I could not raise my hands to my head or put my hands be hind me, or even take off my own shirt. Re fore 1 had finished three-fourths of a bottle of Radway's Ready Relief I could use my arms as we’ as ever. Y’ou can see why I have such great faith in your Relief. Yours truly, W. C. BAKF.R, Engineer at A. Montplone’s Boot and Shoe Factory, 939 Julia street. r m Radway’s Ready Relief is a sure cure for every Pain, Sprains. Bruises, Pains In the Back. Chest and Limits. Taken inwardly there is not a remedial agent In the world that will cure Fever and Ague and all other malarious, bilious and other fevers, aided bv RADWAY'S PILLS so quickly ns RADWAY'S READY RE LIEF. Sold by druggists. RADWAY & CO.. 55 Elm St.. New Y'ork. Bilious-Got a Cold? ! You’re bilious, got a co.d, you have a throbbing sensation in your head, a bad taste in your mouth, your €0 eyes burn, your skin is yellow with dark rings under your eyes, your lips are parched and you feel ugly and 00 mean, as if you wanted to kick a lame infant or kill a canary bird. Your system is full of bile not properly @ passed off, and what you need is a cleaning up inside. Don’t continue being a bilious nuisance to yourself & and those v/ho love you f but send out at once for a box of CASCARETS and work off the cold while you sleep. €0 Be sure you get CASCARETS! Don't let them sell you a fake substitute. £ I " lo *' V>j ill. UiU vnlnnhle CAS- %|j them. have them fur capi. ’.jv somo time for ir.diKeHtion and blllcugneps - ’qy t/EBbSt T th arn now coropleteljnctired. Recommend Jim- neVer b< EPW.t MAHX, Y. S| raattSulai BEST FOR BOWELS AND LIVER. gitfr § NEVER SOLD JN Bin mm .j} 77? e tablet DRUGG g 61'AR.lXTEr.O TO C TEE all bowel trouble., nopendleltla, billonane.*, 6F.1 BAXTEED TO ft'KF: Five year. tig. the Brat Vi 25 bad tir-atb. bad blood. wind on the .totnach. bloated bowel. Fonl month, CAREThaaiwld. .Vow- It 1. over. lx million time, a y.ar. are, , „ trad., he. I.diti ilioii. plotlrt. pain, after ralins.llirr troablr, .allow tom- similar medlelne In the world. Thl* I. ahnolule |,,-oi' ~f rn *>Httv I.UO plcxion and dltilorw. When your bowel. dss’l move r-entirly joa are onr beat teatlmonlal. W> kavr follk. a.- 1 will >rll < AIM A K Wert foe Red OI Jotting a Irk. C’nnat! nation kill, more people than all other diaeo *ea together. .tiaraalrt-d to core or money refandru. flo buy today', two - ennneaa, t la a u.-irtrr for the chrr ale ailment, and lows year, of .uiretUn* that eoaae them a Talr. hone.t trial, aa prralmplr dlrrctloo., and it you Fever 2J afterward*. Vo matter what alia yon. .tart taklac ( VSt \K ET today, for after nalne onr .lOe bo*, return the tianaetl SOr bo* and 11, ... Tnur yon will never set wrll and He we all the time until yon pot yonr hourli mby mail, or tire drutrcfat from w hom yon purrhated It. iit/i® .nanaat 01 au uiaeaaea t 7>“ rlrht. Take onr udvlee; .tart with CAM AS£TS today, under aa sbatita hark for both hove.. Take onr advice no matter what tl‘ alatle'l Free. , , - ruaraater to rare or money refunded. Health wilt oolrkly follow and yan will hie., the day vn-lrngKlsta. or aent_on_ receipt Of pvye. I .rtARCAEm Bwk free by mail. Add: t ratu'< u^-eya’CO, Oor. WllUaiß * almost entirely disappeared. For this special malady I consider it well nigh a specific. Asa tonic for weak and worn out people it lias few or no equals.”— Rev. E. G. Smith. ' Mr. M. J. Rossmari, a prominent mer chant of Greensboro. Ga., and an elder in the Presbyterian Church of that place, lias used Peruna, and in a recent letter to-The Peruna Medicine Cos., of Colum bus, Ohio, writes as follows: "For a long time I was troubled with catarrh of the kidneys and tried many remedies, all of which gave me no relief. Peruna was recommended to me by several friends, and after using a few bottles I am. pleased to say that the long looked for relief was found and I am now enjoying better health than I have for years, and can heartily recommend Peruna to all similarly afflicted. It is certainly a grand medicine.”—M. ’J. Rossman. 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 give you bis valuable advice gratis. , Address Dr. Hartman, President of the Hartman Sanitarium, Columbus, Ohio. Formation of Coral Islands. Prof. Alexander Agassiz, who lias been investigating the coral islands of the South Pacific, lias returned after an expedition lasting several months, with observations that tend to disprove several of the older theories of the for mation of the coral islands and reefs. Prof. Agassiz states that in his opinion the coral forms a crust on some moun tain that has sunk into the sea or on some volcanic pile, and in proof of this opinions presents the results of borings which in nearly every case found the coral to be a comparatively thin layer. The sand, mixing with the coral, makes the reefs, and instead of coral being made, sinking, and then being replen ished indefinitely from the surface, Prof. Agassiz considers it a mere cap to submerged mountains and volcanic upheavals. A Remedy for the Grippe. Physicians recommend KEMP’S BAL SAM as a remedy for patients afflicted with the grip, as it is especially adapted for the throat and lungs. Do not wait for the first symptoms of the disease, but get a bottle to-da>' and keep it on band for use the moment it is needed. If neg lected the grip has a tendency to bring on pneumonia. KEMP’S BALSAM pre vents this by keeping the cough loose and the lungs free from inflammation. All druggists sell KEMP’S BALSAM at 25c and 50c. Too Much Culture. “Aunt Penelope Wiggins,” as every body called her, was visited one sum mer by a niece from the East, a Vassar College graduate. Aunt Penelope was one of the most hospitable souls alive, but she tvas not greatly impressed by the superior learning of her young rela tive, and one day she freed her mind about her thus: “Talk to me about what a college education does for a girl! What do you suppose Matilda said to me the first day she came? She said, ‘l'm so glad to meet you, aunty! You accent your name on the Aunty Penultimate, don't you?’ Did you ever hear such nonsense? I had to tell her my name wasn’t Aunty Penultimate, but Aunty Penelope, and I thought she would die a-laughing!” When Traveling Northwest See that your ticket reads via Wisconsin Central Ry. for St. Paul, Minneapolis, Ashland and Duluth. Convenient trains leave Chicago daily from Central station, 12th street and Park Row (Lake Front). Ask nearest ticket agent for further in formation. .IAS. C. POND, Gen. Pass. Agent.. Milwaukee, Wis. Legislation against drunkenness in Belgium dates from IKS7. It deals with the drunk and disorderly, supplying li quor to a drunken person or a child un der Id. FAIL. *1 MR Save Your Hair with Shampoos of And light dressings of CUTICURA, purest of emollient skin cures. This treatment at once stops falling hair, removes crusts, scales, and dandruff, soothes irritated, itching surfaces, stimulates the hair follicles, supplies the roots with energy and nourishment, and makes the hair grow upon a sweet, wholesome, healthy scalp when all else fails. 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