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Girl Saved From ■ Catarrh of the Lungs by Pe=ru=na. m I Wi 'I I . LI'TV 4 m !Li -, 'I' 9 WÊ m i> * ? f/j Ï&S/. at c MISS FLORENCE KIN AH. Miss Florence E. Kenah, 434 Maria street, Ottawa, Ont., writes: M.4 few month* ago I caught a severe cold, w'i Ich nettled on my lunçi* «<1 remained there *o per mint e ntly that 1 became ularmed. 1 tooK sr uit ho tit hem-fit, until my digestive organ* became ug*et and my head td back began to ache severely and frequently. / ira m atlvlHi'il to try i*erun i* unit although I had little falfh M rsll M etc that 1 wuh ready to try anything. It brought me blessed relief tee, anti I Jett that 1 had the rl$ht medicine at ls*t. Within three weeks am* completely restored and have enjoyed perfect headth »ince. I now ha ve the greatest faith In Peruna. " Florence E. Kenah. *• • » I now ha ve the greatest faith In The cold wind and ram, slush and mud of win _ ter are especially nducive to catarrhal derangements. Few mien escape. Upon the tirnt symptoms of catching cold runa should bo taken. It fortifies the item against colds and catarrh. Pe*ru-na for Colds and Catarrh. ' The following interesting letter gives one 1 ung woman's experience with Portina: Viiss Kose Gerbing, a popular society iman of Crown Point, Inu., writes: Hecently 1 took a long drive in the ntry, and being too thinly clad I oaught ad cold which settled on mv lungs, and ich 1 could not seem to shake off. I heard a great dial of IVruna for colds catarrh and 1 bought u bottle to try. in pleased that 1 did. for it brought pdy relief. It only took about two hot rm —. and 1 consider this money well spent. VYou have a firm friend in me, and I vjjt only advise its use to my friends, but • » Women Sh.uld ' Beware of lontracting Catarrh. m frva tumm MmT mi I I You want only the best lotion Gin lachinery Ask any experienced dinner about ratt,Eagle,Smith Unship, Manger We would like to show vou what thousands of life long customers say. Write for catalog and testimonial booklet. ontinental Gin Co p. Charlotte. N. C., Atlanta. Ga. Birmingham, Ala. Memphis, Tend., Dallas, Tex. Salzeris n National Oafs I Great«« oat of tb. oentvry. _ fielded In Ohio DT. In Mich. .an. In Mo and lu X. I *10 bo«, per »ere. You 0 »D Mit tuât record In l.CA For 10c and this notice MM ws mall yoo frre im* of farm »«ed •ample* f.ml oar big catalog, un lit* ail »bout tin* oat wonder aud thousand* of otbsr sreda A JOHN A. SALZER SEED CO. U CrotM, AOIp V..3, f. «IS 00 21-40 2500 1.000 Gallon Cistern, 1.000 0 a lion Ostern, 2.100 0Alton Ciatsrn, Cypress. 8»ih and Door* very cheap Wire Screens and Door* cheap. 'F.LKWIB Sk CO., Limited $ 316 1-3 Baronne Street. NEW ORLt-ANS. LA. i for Catalogue ' WnU for Fries«. y ELL FRUIT TREES. J* Uoxl men w»nu-0 to „11 fruit tr*«*. By our plan ulr-m-n uiak, blit profita Nc kl, to rel I our a took Lliierai tarma and reiiutar . Kin,openln« for en-rg tin men Writ, today. ;TB sreTHi Ha. coxroRn. ga. TEST OF YEARS HAS PROVEN THE REMINGTON TYPEWBITKB BEST - Mtl purposes. Non« is so easy to ite, none so stand* the wear and tear . Irk, no other la »old under auch ab > guarantee. , i«y refunded after thirty days, if our fines are not found exactly as we rep ■ them. ■hi ne* to rent to responsible parti». ELION DICKSON. DISTRICT AGENT MISSISSIPPI. SBURG, niM Machinery UIH Repaired! Gin and Mill Supplies . . . J - Robinson's GIN « MACHINE WORKS Vlokoburg, Uiaa. Dropsy Removra alT swelling ia 8 to ao days ; effects a permanent cure in yo to 6o day*. Trial treatment given free. Notkingcau be fairer Write Or H. H. Grnen'o So..*, . 4*i-.i*'a, 4* CURED Giver Quick Relief. So&ctaiUU. Bot Sla cents WHIM AU tltl FAILS. Cough Syrup. Tuu* Oood. L'as Sold ïM ÄS ta cita* aTT have purchased several bottles to give to those without the mean* to buy, and have noticed without exception that it has brought a speedy cure wherever it has been used. —Kose Gerbing. Pe-ru-na Contains No Narcotics. One reason why Perunn has found per manent use in so many homes is that it contains no narcotic of any kind, l'cruna m perfectly harmless. It can be used any length of'time without acquiring a drug habit. Peruna doe* not produce temporary results. It is permanent in its effect. It ha* no bad effect upon the system, and gradually eliminates catarrh by remov ing tnc cause of catarrh. There are a mul titude of homes where Peruna ha# been used on and off for twenty years. Such a thing could not be possible if Peruna con tained any drug* of a narcotic nature. Address Dr. Hartman, President of The Hartman Sanitarium, Columbus, Ohio. All correspondence held strictly confi dential. in Choate. When Ambassador Choate was lead er of the New York bar many a fledge ling lawyer had a flieg at him. There was scarcely an attorney who was not afraid of him in open court, but else where an occasional display of cour igo and impudence would be made. One day in the Lawyers' club a bud ding pundit, now a highly successful practitioner, observing Mr. Choate at a neighboring table, asked in a voice meant for others to hear: Ah, counsellor, why was your luncheon so rudimentary?" Perhaps you can explain," said the legal light, dryly. "Because it's in Choate," was the • • • • reply. "Your play upon my name," return ed Choate, drawing out the words with keen emphasis, "painfully exposes the profoundness of your ignorance. The luncheon, sir may be in Choate, but your right to address me is IN-ko-ate." There was a general laugh as the offender departed with a bad case of *ry grins. . DYSPEPSIA SICK , HEADACHE, TRAP* yi * p £ CONSTIPATION PROMPTLY AND PERMANENTLY CURED WITH Crab Orchard Water. A Century'* Experience. With Suceeeeful Result*, I* the Beat Testimonial. BOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS. Crab Orchard Water Co Louiaville, Ky. •J A Tobacco Grower's Profit is dependent upon a properly bal anced fertilizer. 'v. RPR No Tv crop is so easily spoiled as L tobacco. The R fertilizer roust be riffht, and to be right it must contain at least io% actual .■Li Potash Tret R : Supply os# p««' b with fertlllier with plenty of Potash, another with little or no potaek. and note the reeulte. Every tobacco grower ahould here our little hook. "Tobacoo Ualture"--lt will be rent free—write to : GERMAN KAU WOKKS. « Kassa* V.. N. Y., er Atlanta. Oa»S South Broad St. Mention thia paper Vix. 11—G5 THE BEAT WATERPROOF CLOTHING IN THE WORLD KAanttmuema «çO'WED'y MA is a / / HAPt IN KACK flt YfUfl» ikummtnm OHSAlEQrEKTWHB* CATAkWVttfStt %■* showing ruu. une of /VJ" /T(\ AARMENT5 AND MATA A. J. TOWER CO. . aovTOn was*., *.*,*. FOR GREATER MISSISSIPPI Devoted to the Industrial, Commercial and Agricul tural Development of the Woaderfol Resources of tho State . Items of Intorost from all (hlartors. « • • o By H. K. BLAKESLCK, Jackson, Miss. Royal Danish Consul, T. Soigaar, of New Orleans, is interesting himself in the matter of immigration from the Scandinavian countries into the south ern states and in a recent letter to the Louisiana State Board of Immigration has the following suggestion to make relative to the introduction of the Danish plan of fruit and vegetables growing in this section: Now that immigrants from North ern Europe are beginning to settle in the southern states, this consulate is receiving an increased number of to whether certain fruit is inquiries as trees or vegetables which are very profitable in Scandinavian countries can be cultivated in the United States. As it is well nigh impossible to an swer such questions satisfactorily, and as this consulate, on the other hand, would not do anything to turn such a valuable class of immigrants away at from the sou.h, the idea has suggest ed itself to me that your department might possibly, without any disadvan tage to itself, step in and render good services in matters which have lately been the object of interest here. If you at one of your experiment stations had employed a graduate of the Royal Danish Agricultural Col lege at Copenhagen, who would be competent to place the advantages of the south comprehensively before before prospective immigrants and ithcrs, there is no doubt that he would be able to do a good share of what progressive public men of the south are now striving to accomplish. I think that such a man should have an oportunity to experiment with fruit trees and vegetables from the Scandinavian countries and to see which would he adapted to the cul ture of the southern states. Such ex periments would not interfere with his other duties in the A. & M. Col lege experiment statt ion. but on the ither hand I take it for granted that it would be considered an advantage to *such a station to have the best trees and vegetables introduced from countries where horticultural indus try has reached such a high degree T development, and to have this done by a well trained and competent per son who could be able also to fill a place in the general work of an ex periment station. The Louisiana Board of Immigra ion has taken the matter np and will net upon Mr. Soigaard's suggestion. An effort will be made to comply with the proposition to employ a man from the Danish college and to prepare mat ter in the Scandinavian language for listribution. The Scandinavians are the best class if imigrants that are coming to the United States today and it is a pity that Mississippi is not in a position to get some of them. A colony has been started near Brookhaven by the Pearl River Lumber Company, but they are handicapped in the work by the lack of a state department to handle the matter. It is uphill work for individuals or a corporation to bring any considerable number of these people here from the fact their statements and representations lack the endorsement of the state or-na tional government. The Greater Mis sissippi Association has entered into -oiTCspondence with Consul Soigaard ind will endeavor to do something for Mississippi in securing this class of immigration. M to have has been U per it any drug mul been a con The not at the the the but the of A friend in Hattiesfflirg has for warded the writer a case of canned «yrup, put up by the factory at that place, with the request that as many as six of the cans be preserved for use in the months of May, June, July, August, September and October, to test the efficacy of the "processing through which the syrup has under gone to prevent granulation and fer mentation. A new system of pres ervation is being used on this syrup and it is to be sincerely hoped that it will prove absolutely successful. Ev eryone knows the trouble experienced in getting good syrup during the sum mer months on acount of fermentation in the best cane symps. If this pro cess is what it is claimed to be, and every reason is produced to show that it is, this great difficulty will be ob viated. Then too, it is bard to real ize what it would mean to the people who have land suited for the raising of ribbon cane. It would assure them a handsome price for their product anu an unlimited demand for the same. • - The writer has been in eommnnica tion with an agency that proposes to furnish any quantity of Italian labor to farmers who desire them. While it is still a matter of conjecture as to the success of this labor, some of those who have tried them find it very is s.itisi'aetory. Parties desiring Italians will be furnished with the address of this agency upon application and as sistance given in every way pos.si ble. West Point is happy in the contem plation of two new railroads, one is the Pensacola road for which several charters have been granted and more than one turned down and the other is an extension of the Illinois Central from that point to the coal fields of Alabama. Either of them would prove a valuable acquisition to that pro gressive city on the prairies of Ea*t Mississippi. It is to be hoped that both will be built. to vil t ss/tj. « il :W: of The outlook for a good year is es pecially propitious and a writer in in the one of the br « ht weeklies says this of the prospect: The fanners of the south are in the the u better condition this spring than they have been since the war and there nev er has been a time when his possibili ties were greater. All that seems to us to be necessary io say in good shape is to provide in the present crop for plenty of corn, potatoes, molasses and then look well after his hogs and then all of the cotton that he can grow. The cotton growers' association will help some but we cannot think from all reports that we have read, that this organization will be universal or even hardly general, hence you cannot af ford to plant your whole crop tq cot ton for fear that so many more will do likewise that the price will be forc ed below the profit line. Xhe Eastern war war will keep the price of grain high for some time to come, so it will be to your interest to he sure and fill your crib with corn and fatten your own meat so that you will be safe whether you get seven or ten cents per pound for the cotton. of a of be of I »r The Mississippi Pearl Button Com pany has just been chartered at Jack son with a capital stock of $10,000. The object of the concern is to make pearl buttons from the mussel shells found in great quantities in Pearl Riv er and other streams contigous to Jackson. This enterprise will be worth much to the city and surrounding coun try, affording as it does a market for the shells which have heretofore had no value. This is the second factory of this character to be put in opera tion in the state, one having been es tablished at Aberdeen something over a year ago. This is the kind of fac tories we need, ones that will give em ployment to labor and at the same time make an article of staple value from material that has been consider ed of no value. Intelligence comes from Washing ton to the effect that the new battle ship Mississippi, is about one-fourth finished. This new man of war will cost in the neighborhood of eight mil lion dollars and will be something akin to the Oregon which took a lead ing part in the great battle with Cer vera's Spanish fleet just outside the harbor of Santiago. While it will be some time yet before it is completed, the people of Mississippi might begin the movement to present an appro priate silver service, library or some thing else useful as is customary'. The best way to do this would be by an appropriation by the legislature, as in this case all would bear a part of the expense instead of a few if it were raised by popular subscription. Begin to think about it. An enterprising young farmer and stock raiser of Coffeeville, J. P. Lam bert, has ten acres of fine strawberries that will bring their first fruit this year. This crop alone should bring Mr. Lambert a handsome income and increase as the years go by. He also has several hundred tomato plants and other vegetables. His tomatoes are claimed to be the largest grown in the state, being a variety of his own pro moting. He also raises what is need ed to keep things going on his farm and is very successful. This is the kind of farming and Mr. Lambert is the kind of man that it takes to solve the perplexing problems of overpro duction in cotton enough like him would shortly settle ^permanently. H. B. Ford of Cent reville killed a hog recently that netted him 400 pounds, was raised in a small lot, fat tened on slop and refuse from the kitchen and did not know the taste of com. Mr. Ford raised about 1,000 pounds of meat and the cost was not appreciable. He knew that it was good and wholesome, something yon cannot know if it is butchered in the northwest. Then the question arises, why does not every farmer raise his meat and get rid of the "big yellow ears" as far as Missisippi is concern ed f It could easily be done and is done by a large number of our be3t and most successful citizens. I to Mississippi people should get top notch prices for their fruit this sea son if the report that a large amount of damage was done the fruit in other sections by the extremely cold weath er of some days since. A contractor has just finished eigh teen new buildings in Senatobia, the larger portion of which were resi dences. It looks as if Senatobia was experiencing a considérable wave of prosperity although not so very much is being said about it. There is an « pening in Mississippi for every man who is willing and anx ious to fill such an opening and earn a nice livelihood. > » The Word "Persistent. Terre Haute. Ind.—The interpreta tion of the word, "persistent" re sulted in a strike at the Jackson Hill Mines. District officers called out about 175 men. The operators con tend that the loading of three cars of dirty coal in a week meant "persis tent," while the miners hold that a miner must load three cars of dirty coal in one week and then is liable to discharge if he loads two cars any other week. to by THfc WRUNG KIND OF LOVE. Youngster's Recitation of Text Showed Bent of Thought. William H. Maxwell, the superin tendent of the public schools of New York, believes that free meals should be provided for such school children is get insufficient nourishment at borne, on the ground that a child suf fering from hunger cannot learn its lessons. Mr. Maxwell was describing the oth lay the free-meal system of the Paris schools. Suddenly he paused and smiled. es in in "When this system was Introduced (n Paris," he said, "a teacher at an English Sunday school explained It tc her pupils, ana told them that love had caused the system's adoption, and without love the world would be a poor place for children and for all helpless and Infirm persons. " 'Next Sunday,' she said, T want each of you to come prepared to re cite a scriptural verse about love.' "The next Sunday duly arrived and the children had all prepared their verses. One had 'Love your enemies;' another, 'Little children, love one an other,' and so on. 'Finally a small boy with red hair He began in a loud, shrill to for all af arose. voice: " 'Song of Solomn, second chapter, fifth verse.' "And then he recited: " 'Stay with me, flagons, comfort me with apples; for I am sick of love. I « riTfl permanently eu red. h'ofltsornervon* ness after first day's use of Dr. Kline's Great NerveRestorer,#2trial bottleand treatise free Dr K. H. Kline, Ltd.,931 Arch St., Thila., Pa. Butter color is made from aoaline and azo. to Um ahade is called .. ' » Taylor's Cherokee Remedy of Sweet Gum and Mullen la Nature's great remedy—Cures Coughs, Colds, Croup and Consumption,and all throat and lung troubles. At druggists, 35c., 50c. and tl.00 per bottle. Spain produced 175,109 tons of lead in 1903. A G''an»ntce«1 Cure For Pl?es. Itching, Blind, Bleeding or Protruding Piles. Druggists will refund money if Pa™ Ointment fails to cure in 6 to 14 days. 50c. Spain has a number of iron, coal, lead ana silver mines. Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup for children teething, soften the gums, reduces Inflamma tion,allays pain,cures wind colic,25c.a bottle Russia has a per capita investment in industrial enterprises of $4. Piso's Curo for Consumption is an infnlliblo medicine for coughs and colds.—W. Samuel, Ocean Grove, N. J., Feb. 17, 1900. Nineteen took part in a race in Paris for men with wooden legs. To Core a Cold In On« llsr Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All druggists refund money if it tails to cure. E. W. Grove's signature is on box. 25c. We have 75.0U0 postofhccs and 500,000 miles of postal routes. Itch cured in 30 minutes by Wooiford's Sanitary Lotion. Never Fail*. Sold by all druggist*, $1. Mail qrders promptly tilled Gr. E. Detchon. Crawfordsville, lnd. The annual consumption of salt in Eng land is forty pounds a head. by Why H« Cro»*ed. Washington was asked why he crossed the Delaware on the ice. I couldn't commit an anachronism," he explained. "It would have spoiled the. painting utterly. Perceiving the wise foresight of their leader, the soldiers cheered him on. Judge. *• Catarrh Cannot Be Cure<l With local applications, as they cannot reach the seat of the disease. Catarrh it a blood or constitutional disease, and in order to cure it you must take internai remédié*. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, and acts directly on the b'.ood and mucous surface Hall's Catarrh Cure is not a quack medicine. It was nrescribed by one of the best physi cians in this country for year*, and is a reg ular prescription. It is composed oi the best tonics known, combined with the best blood purifiers, acting directly on tho mu cous surfaces. The perfect combination of the two ingredients is what produces such wonderful results in curing catarrh. Bend tor testimonials, free. F. J. Cheney k Co.. Props., Toledo, 0. Sold by druggists, price. 75c. Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation Limn Overcome by Cold. E. E. Skinner, caretaker at the town farm, found a large loon ia the road yesterday near his house. He caught the bird, carried R home snd fed it. It seemed to be suffering from hunger and the severe cold.—Ber lin Correspondence Hartford Courant. YELLOW CRUST ON BABY Would Crack Open and Scab Cousin* Tor rible Itchinz—Cured by CuUcura. Our baby bad a yellow crust on hi* head which I could not keep away. When I thought I had aucceeded in getting his head clear, it would start again by the of his head, crack and scale, and cause terrible itching. I then got Cuticura Soap and Ointment, washing the scalp with the soap and then applying the Oint ment. plete cure. I have advised many mothers to use Cuticura, when I have been asked about the tame ailment of their habita. Mrs. John Boyce, Pine Brush, N. Y. *. A few treatments made a com > It was in midwinter that a promi nent dry goods house chose to adver tise "the early spring styles in mil linery, the summery suits and gowns, and new cottons and silks, der the mercury ducked to lower depths, declares the Louisville Courier Journal. « No won HAD TO GIVE UP. Snfferad Agonie* From Kidney Disorder* Until Cured by Doan'* Kidney Pills. George W. Renoff, of 1953 North Eleventh street, Philadelphia, Pa., a man of good rep ing. writes: "Five utationand stand years ago I was suffering so with my back and kid neys that I often had to lay off. The kidney secre tions were unnat ural ray legs and stomach were swollen, and I Êv I OEoaor w. renofv. ■ na had no appetite. When doctors failed to help me I began using Doan's Kid ney Pills and Improved until my back was strong and my appetite returned. During the four years since I stopped using them I have enjoyed excellent health. The cure was permanent." (Signed) GEORGE W. RENOFF. A TRIAL FREE —Addresa Foster Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. For sale by all dealers. Price GO cents. s Kidney Troubles at suf its and Lydia E. Pinftham's Vegetable Compound is Espe-* cially Successful in Curing This Fata| Disease. m ffA \ an tc and a all re an ' . '■■'Mi W B w ft / /* ' a ^£§l|$te /firs. J. U/. Lang and /firs. S- Frake \ ■A ff/l 1 i t, / w. ! rm 'ill I' . W Of all the diseases known, with which women are afflicted, kidney dis ease is the most fatal. In fact, unless early and correct treatment is applied, the weary patient seldom survives. Being fully aware of this, Mrs. Pink ham. early in her career, gave exhaust ive study to the subject, and in pro ducing her great remedy ills—Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound- was careful to see that contained the correct combination herbs which was sure to control that fatal disease, woman's kidney troubles. The Vegetable Compound acts in har mony with the laws that govern the entire female system, and while there are many so called remedies for kidney troubles. Lydia E Pinkham's Vege table Compound is the only one espe cially prepared for women, and thou sands have been cured of serious kidney derangements by it. Derangements the feminine organs quickly affect the kidneys, and when a woman has such symptoms as pain or weight in the loins, backache, bearing down pains, urine too frequent scanty or high col ored, producing scalding or burning, or deposits like brick dust in it; un usual thirst, swellingof hands and feet, swelling under the eyes or sharp pains in the back running down the inside of her groin, she may be sure her kid neys are affected and should lose no time in combating the disease with Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com pound, the woman's remedy for wo man's ills. The following letters show how marvelously successful it is, Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound me for woman's in RIFLE ©.PISTOL CARTRIDGES. " It's the shots that hit that count. Rifle and Pistol Cartridges in all calibers hit, that is, they shoot accurately and strike a good, hard, pene trating blow. This is the kind of cartridges you will get, if you insist on having the time-tried Winchester make. ALL DEALERS SELL WINCHESTER MAKE OP CARTRIDGES. • » Winchester ««J s Fads Are Stubborn Things Uniform excellent quality for OVCr a quarter of a Century has steadily increased the sales of LION COFFEE, The leader of all package coffees. Lion Coffee is now used in millions of homes. Such popular success speaks for itself. It is a positive proof that LION COFFEE has tlm Confidence of the people. The uniform quality of LION COFFEE survives all opposition. LION COFFEE keeps Its old Irtends and makes new ones every day. 'r* «V wimiXBt DI IiON COFFEE bes even more tban Its Strength, Flavor and Qual ify to commend It. On arrival from the plantation. It Is carefully roast ed at our factories and securely packed in 1 lb. sealed packages, and not opened again until needed ° for use in the home. This precludes the possibility of adulteration or contact with germs, dirt, dust. Insects or unclean hands. The absolute purity of LION COFFEE is therefore guaranteed to the consumer. / - Sold only in 1 lb. packages. Lion-head on every packag« Save these Lion-heads for valuable premiums. SOLD BY GROCERS EVERYWHERE WOOLSON SPICE CO., Toledo, Ohio. BEST FOR THE BOWELS CANDY CATHAHTIO Ct J t & 1 GUARANTEED CURB for ail bbwet troubles, appendicitis, biliousoeas, bad breath, bad blood, wind on the stomach. Moated bowels, foul mouth, headache, indigestion, pimples, pain* after eating, liver trouble, sallow skin and diirineaa. When your bowels don't move regularly you are sick. Constipation kills more people than all other diseases together. It starts chronic si 1 ment* snd long yesrs of suffering. No matter what ails you, start taking CASCARET9 today, for yon will never get well and stay well until you get your bowels right Take our advice, start with Caacaret* today under absolute guarantee to cur* or money refunded. Tb* genuine tablet stamped C C C. Never sold in bulk. Sample and booklet free. Address Sterling Remedy Compeay, Chicago or New York. Pi W. L. DOUGLAS S 3.59& $ 3.B! SHOES FCR UNION MADE. W Dougins SS.S« shoe* arc the greatest sellers la the world brruuar uf thrlr exeetlent style, rosy tttlln(*nd «an« rlnr weurlnc quolltiee. They ore Jtiet mb «noil >»• thus« th:»t roil from M.V.OO to *7.00. The only dMbrwaee Is the price, tv. !.. DohuIub sut. AO shoe« root more to muke, hold their «hope heiter, weor longer, und nr»of treotrr »nine llum uuy olhrrSil.öOthnrou the market to-dny. W.L.Uimtliu (uor. untres their vu lue bottom ofeueh shoe llonfliolkl.ikO shoes are sold through hie own retail of ores la the principal ritieo, und by oho* tiroler« every where. No mut ter where you live, tV.L.. Hi RETTER TUAS OTHER HAKES AT d.VK PRICE. "For the tatt three year$ l hare tenru H '.LDongho shoe and fotnt'l it not only at good, but better than <WS nho* that t er er had. regardless of prtre .* Chat. L. Karrrtl, Ant. Cashier The Capital Motional Rant, IndtanapsHo, lnd. v j MtN. by Btuiuiiluif hio «ume und prlrci ott the . K.uok for It. Tiller Ho»il»tilntr. W.L. /i ■A ouglao oliovo ure it bln your rrucll. 'W* C Doufelas ; makes and sells mo $ î,r.O shoes I gg thars any other ■ ■ manufacturer in the world. I H $10.000 "','7 II I Boys wear W. L. Douglas $2.50 and $2.00 shoes because they fit better, hold their shape, and wear longer than other makoa. W.L.D0U6LAS $4.00 SHOES CANNOT BE EQUALLED AT ANY PRICE. W. L Douglas uses Corona Gilt skin in hts $S.50 shoes. Corona Colt is considered to be the finest patent leather produced. rsSTI'OLOR KTELETSWII.LKOT « IU8 BRASST W. L Dot! g tu* hu Mi« lui-gre* Ko tremble îo g«» a fit br mail. I further shoe mail order bo Nu*** 1» th* world. Ill»«, extra prepay* deUrarr. If yea drelr* Information, write for Illustrated Catalogue n/^pring Styles. W.L.DOUGLAS, BROCKTON, MASSACHUSETTS — ■ i ms dis it of the of the the un no Her j a Woman's Remedy for Woman's Ills. Mrs. Samuel Frake, of Prospect Plains, N. J., writes : Dear Mrs. Ptnkhain I cannot thank you enough for what LydJ* E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound baa doaa for ms. When I first wrote to you I had auJU fered for year* with what the doctor callsa kidney trouble and congestion of the womb My back ached dreadfully all the time, and I ■uffered so with that bearing-down feeling I could hardly walk across the room. I did not get any better, so decided to stop doctoring; with mv physician and take Lydia E. Pink ham's Vegetable Comj>ound ana I ful to say it has Entirely cured me I do iny own work, have no more backache all the bad symptom* have disappeared. I cannot praise your medicine enough, and would advise all women suff erlüg with kidney trouble to try it. Mrs. J. W. Lang, of 626 Third Ave^ nue, New York, writes: Dear Mrs. Pinkham:— I have been a great sufferer with kidney trouble. My back ached all the time and t was discouraged. I beard that Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound would enra kidney disease, and 1 began to take it; and iU has cured me whan everything else had failed. 1 have recommended it* to lots of people and they all praise it very highly. Mr*. Pinkham's Standing In« vitation. am thank Women suffering from kidney trouble, or any form of female weak ness are invited to promptly communi cate with Mrs. Pinkham, at Lynn, Mass. Out of the great volume of ex perience which she has to draw from, it is more than likely she has the very knowledge that will help your case, advice is free and always help ful.