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A COMRADE OF GENERAL GRANT
* DO NOT BELIEVE PE=RU=NA HAS A SUPERIOR FOR CATARRH. Says : «4 ! S iS**? m m 1 1 r I " 5 » iü 1 M '■3 . yi fill. » ■ Hi V'k «JRI i m2 wi'iÆp. V...5&L .»'I V > m mMM ïJ . » iS mi VA 1 . m RM I : i, I vs m wm KM ' N 3 lie « "|H s# ft % 1 m wm f Si ( BENJAMIN F. HAWKES, Benjamin F. Hawkes, of Washington, D. C„ is One of the Three Liv ing Comrades of Gen. Grant in His Cadet Days at West Point. In a recent letter from 611 G street, S. W. Washington, D. C., this venerable gentleman says of Peruna: "I have tried Peruna after hav ing tried In vain other remedies for catarrh, and I can say without reservation that I never felt a symptom of relief until I had given Peruna the simple trial that its ad vocates advise, has a superior, either as a remedy for catarrh or as a tonic for the de pressed and exhausted condition which is one of the effects of the disease."—Benjamin F. Hawkes. do not believe it Isaac Brock, a citizen of McLennan county, Texas, has lived for 114 years. In speaking of his good health and extreme old age, Mr. Brock says: "Peruna exactly meets all my re quirements. It protects me from the evil effects of sudden changes; it keeps me in good appetite; it gives me strength; It keeps my blood in good circulation. I have come to rely upon It almost entirely for the many little things for which I need medi cine. "When epidemics of la grippe first began to make their appearance in this country I was a sufferer from this disease. "T had several long sieges with the JPWSSMJV LICE: KILLER kills LICE on Poultry. SKS:r.ÄÄ kill the lice. Never fails. Sold by dealers, 50 c and $i.oc por can. CLEANED OUT ALL THE LICE AND MÎTES. Blocker ot ( ImnhnsHon. Minn., bought » can of I'russian Lice Killer and used it thoroughly three times and cleaned his poultry house entirely free from Uoo and mites. Before using, the poultry house was alive with red lice and mites. •JUST THE THING FOR LICE ON hOCS, J. H. Malone, of Adel. Mo., says the Prussian Lice Killer Is Just the thing for lice on hogs, anti is worth live limes Its coat ► Albert Spokan« Drug Co , A^anis, Spokane, Wash. It is customary for visitors Of 295 cards The grave of the German poet Heine in the Montmartre cemetery, Paris, is said to be visited by more persons than Zola's, which is quite near it. to leave their cards, found on Heine's grave 30 were left by English and American visitors and over 250 by Germans and Austrians. In Italy there are 172.000 skilled workmen engaged in the manufacture of silk. In 1902, 800.000 of her people emigrated. More than three million of her people have left their country j during the last 10-years, yet there is a gradual increase of population. Mothers will find Mrs. Winslow's Soothing syrup the best remedy to use for their children during teething period. ■ 1 Piso's Cure is a remedy for coughs. colrt> and consumption. Try It. Price 25 cents at druggists. Mr. Grouch—Can't you stop that kid's howling? What's the matter with him? * Nurse Girl—Well, sir, he was chas-! ed by a crazy man wanst, and he thinks you're him.—Boston Globe. Permanently Cared. Nr, Btnor oervouMisa* afterflrstday'suwofDr.Kliue'BGreat Nerv« Restorer, «end for f ree #2 trial hoi tie and vt-eaUse Dr. R. Si. Kilns. Ltd. «11 Arrb Ftl. Philadelphia. Pa m The people of the United States eat $150,000.000 worth of candy in a year, and there are nearly 5,000 factories making It, with a capital of $38,000,000 It sometimes happens that a man who fails at everything else marries well. - ! Perrin's Pile Specific The INTERNAL REMEDY No Case Exists il Will No» Co*« grip. At first I did not know that Peruna was a remedy for this disease. When I heard that la grippe was epi demic catarrh, I tried Peruna for la grippe, and found it to be just the thing."—Isaac Brock. Pe-ru-na Used in the Family for Years Mrs. E. West, 137 Main street, Men asha, Wis., writes: "We have used Peruna in our family for a number of years and when I say that it Is a fine medicine for catarrh and colds, know- what I am talking about. bave taken It every spring and fall lor four years and I find it keeps me robust, strong, with splendid appetite, and free from any illness. A few years ago it cured me of catarrh of the stomach, which the doctors had pronounced Incurable. I am very much pleased with Peruna. I am 87 years old."—Mrs. E. West. In old age the mucuous membranes become thickened and partly lose their function. This leads to partial loss of hear ing, smell and taste, as well as digest ive disturbances. Peruna corrects all this by Its spe cific operation on all the mucuous membranes of the body. One bottle will convince anyone. Once used and Périma becomes a life long stand-by with old and young. F. E. Little. Tolona. Ill.. writes: "f can recommend Peruna M rs. The only American who ever wore the Victoria cross is living at Stugh ton, Mass. He is William Seeley, who in 1864 was aboard a British vessel at Simoneski, Japan, and saved the life of the captain. __ Representative Vandusen of Nevada has Introduced a bill for the free and unlimited of coinage - **«.4»»*******«.**.),K.*-jt.»**.vjH» V * ***** I _ ' V. * ? * % .i SSjIa jj; $ A young man often stays up nights to learn things that cause an old man insomnia because of his inability to forget them. * * % * v t Ä *I ■-H i rXmiH W lWWLI TfiifDE iasii * i MARK. * Big Risk Î s ;|; rj: Loss of Time, Loss of Money, Loss of Place, Loss of Comfoit, all follow In the train of net using % * i * is J. * For Rheumatism, •!: Neuralgia, Lumbago, Sciatica, Sprains * :jc -V I It has cured thousands. Will euro you. Price 25c. and 50c. | i ■J'4H HH l4 HH t'4«'4HHl-ît'.-4H H t -lHHHH l- X -4Ht- X* f ' Pe-ru-na Is a Catrrrhal Tonic Especially Adapt ed to the Declining Powers of Old Age. a good . medi cine for chron ic catarrh of the stomach and bowels. I have been troubled severely with it for over a year, and also a cough. Now my cough Is all gore, and all the distressing symptoms of catarrh of the stomach and bowels have disap peared. I will recommend it to all as a rare remedy. I am so well I am contemplating a trip to Yellow Stone Park this coming eon son. How is that for one 71 years old?" In a later' letter she says: "I am | only too thankful to you for your kind advice and for the good health that I am enjoying wholly from the use of your Peruna. Have been out to the Yellow Stone National Park and many other places of the west, and shall al ways thank you for your generosity." —Mrs. F. E. Little. A TRAVELER AT SEVENTY-ONE YEARS OF AGE. Strong and Vigorous at the Age of ' "In" June, 1901, I lost my sense of hearing entirely. My hearing had been somewhat Impaired for several 1 years, but not so much effected but that I could hold converse with my friends; but in June, 1901, my sense of hearing left me so that I could hear no sound whatever. I was also troubled with severe rheumatic pains in my limbs. I commenced taking Peruna and now my hearing is re stored as good as it was prior to June, 1901. My rheumatic pains are all trône. I cannot speak too highly of Peruna, and now when eighty-eight years old can say It has Invigorated my whole system."—Rev. J. N. Par ker. Eighty-eight. Rev. J. N. Parker, Utica, N. Y.', writes: „ TT ,„ P MF wl ^ Sdm aiier > of Terre HU . *T got ^iek every winter, and had a spell of cold In February, 1899, I could not do anything for almost two months. In December. 1899, I saw one of your hooks about your reme dies. Then I wrote to Dr. Hartman for advice, and he wrote that I should commence the use of Peruna, and how to take care of myself. "I did not lose one day last winter that I could not tend to my stock. I am sixty-three years old, and I cannot thank you too much for what you have done for me." If you do not derive prompt and sat isfactory results from the use of Pe runa, write at once to Dr. Hartman, giving a full statement of your case and he will be pleased to give you his valuable advice gratis. Address Dr. Hartman. President of Tbe Hartman Sanitarium. Columbus, Ohio. Attractions at the Spokane. Spokane.—Manager Dan Weaver of the Spokane theater announces the fob lowing additional strong attractions, which have been secured for his the ater during the next three months. Howard Kyle, lu "Rosemary," March 11 and 12. Sadie Martinet in "The Passport," April 14. W. H. Crane, in "Eben Holden,"; May 14. Paula Edwards, in "Winsome Win-1 nie," March 10. Non-residents can secure tickets and reserved seats for any performance by mail or telephone. At the instance of the president, Baron von Sternberg, the Gorman am bassador, has had a long conference with Secretary Taft and Major Gen oral Gillespie, respecting the location ' of ,he statue of Freder lck the Great, which ls '•» bo dedicated October 12. 1 11 was d<?cidod tt,at the statue should make one of a quartet of four of the worlll ' s B reat06t soldiers, and It will stand in line on the beautiful terrace of the war college between Alexander the Great. Caesar and Napoleon. The terms made are highly satisfactory to the German ambassador, who will ac quaint his emperor with them. introduced by tho r s Tept. of Agr. it la a tremendous on p->cr, yielding In «rood 1* id «>» bn r> r acio, md *• 11 dry, Eriti land«, Mich as are f< ni n m Mom.. Idaho, the Dakotas Colo., eic., u win yield fmm 4u to fin bn. TMs Wh« at anv Spel z and llanus Batley and hr «mu» In prniis snd iiiili« n Pol ar Grass m«k » it po-si bie to i. row tmd laiton hog« and ca.tle wterev j\i*t kkni> io c «■ n ta and Tina NOTICE to the The lohn a. Paiaer Se. d G«., I.» (Torso, Wis,, and they will send « ou tree a sample « f this (\ i.ent si'.d other farm foo«'g, together with their great ca «log, alone w r u f tou.uu to any wideawake fanner. (1*. G. L.) 80 Bu Mscarenl Wheat Per Acre, The Cop—By Jove! The folks here live pretty high, don't they? The Cook—Oh. yes! I gave them to understand that they'd have to, if they wanted to keep me.—Brooklyn Life. A strong contingent of French colo niai troops is being organized for ser vice in Indo-China. Many a man's conscience troubles him on'y when his neighbor does some thing wrong. Spckane Retail Market. Vegetablis—Potatoes, 65®76c 100 lb. sack; turnips. 2c; rutabagas, l^c lb; beets. 2^c lb; carrots, 2®3c lb; dry onions, 3c lb; cau.lflower. 15®25c head; cabbage. 2c lb; sweet potatoes, lbs 25c; celery, 7Vi@12\4c »talk; horseradish. 15@20c. Fruits—Lemons, 15@25c doz; limes, 20c doz; oranges. 25@60c doz; apples, 'extra fancy Wagners, $2 a box; Nor thern Spy, Rome Beauty, Wagner and fancy Baldwins, $1.60@L75 box; King, New Town Pippin and Roxbury Rus sels, $I.email@example.com box; common grades, f 1 @1.10 box. Poultry—Dressed, chickens, young chickens and hens, 15@18c lb; old roosters, 14® 16c lb; storage turkeys. 20c lb; fresh turkeys, 23®25c lb; geese, ISc lb; ducks, 20c lb. Dairy Products—Butter, best cream ery. 35®40c; common creamery, 25® 35c; best country, 25@35c; common country, 10®25c; imported Swiss cheese, 40c; American Swiss cheese, 26c; cream brick cheese, 20@25c; New York cheese, 20c. c.50 barrel; local patents, $1.30 sack; Eggs—New laid eggs, 30@40c doz; case eggs, 30@35c doz. Flour—Eastern hard wheat. $4.75® standard, $1.20 sack; lowest, $1.10 sack; Washington wheat, $4.41)@4.75 bbl; buckwheat, 40®50c 10 lb sack. Grain and Feed—Timothy, 90@95c cwt; alfalfa, 80@85c cwt; grain hay, 80@85c cwt; oats, $firstname.lastname@example.org cwt; corn - *}- 40 cwt : chopped corn. $1.50 cwt; bran, 75c sack; bran shorts, 80 ®S5c cwt; shorts, 85c cwt; wheat. $I.30®1.35; chopped barley, $1.20® 1 25; feed carrots. 50c sack; oil meal, 2c lb, $31 ton. Seed—Red clover, $14.50@15 cwt; alslke clover, $16 cwt; alfalfa, $17 cwt; timothy, $6 cwt; best redtop, $12 cwt; Spitzenberg apples. $1.50 box; Bald win apples, $1.25 box; Rome Beauty, $1.25 box. Kentucky bluegrass, $15 cwt; orchard grass. $16 cwt; bromegrass, $9 cwt. Prices Paid to Producers. Vegetables and Fruits—Potatoes, 50 ®60c cwt; onions, $1.65 Cwt; cabbage, $1 cwt; root vegetables, 65c cwt; Poultry and Eggs—Chickens, roos Iters, 9c; hens. 12®14c live weight: youn g chickens, ll@14c lb; turkeys, dressed, 18®20c; geese and ducks, 12 @Hc; eggs, $9 case; fresh laid, 35c doz. Live Stock—Steers, $email@example.com per C wt; cows, $firstname.lastname@example.org cwt; mutton— eweai wethers, $4 cwt; hogs, $email@example.com; . cwt ' * 75. t1 _. olfn ,,„ ..... I Hay-Timothy, $15; alfalfa, $13. grain hay, $13; oats, $1.05 cwt. formerly went to Japan as a fertilizer, have brought but $515,000, but by salt Cash Wheat Report. Portland, Ore.—Walla Walla, 78c; bluestem, 83c; valley, 82c. Tacoma, Wash.—Unchanged; blue stem. 84c; club, 79c. I The fish caught on the Siberian coast The catch in 1902 as a fertilizer would lug 'and cutting the same fish and sell ing them at the lowest price they brought three times as much. Wise Is the man who uses his stum bling blocks as stepping stones, _ e\ ■ ' ■ LU' % That blood poison existed among the ancients has liA been proven beyond question. It has been traced back W thousands of years, and is as old as the Pyramids. This \ blighting curse has been handed down from nation to nation and from individual to individual till it has spread to all parts of the world. Contagious blood poison, as it is called in modtrn vr » K A times, begins with a small sore or ulcer through which the virus enters the blood. This is followed by inflam- * * mation and swelling of the glands of the groins, a red eruption breaks out on the body, sores appear in the mouth and the throat becomes ulcerated and as the disease takes a deeper hold and the blood becomes more thoroughly infected, the hair and eyebrows drop out, the skin is spotted with copper-col cred splotches, the bones and muscles ache, aqd it seems to the vicwiut of this monster scourge there is not a sound spot in the whole body. The horror of this awful disease Can never be told Theonewhocon tracts it suffers in body and mind, and if the poison Is not eradicated transmits the taint to his children, aQ d Contagious Blood Poison thus becomes responsible for many of the ills of childhood—Skin Eruptions, Catarrhal Troubles, Sore Eyes, Scalp Disease, White Swelling, Scrofula an( J others just as bad. S. S. S., the , J « . - . . . _ * _ preat vegetable blood purifier and t^nic, has long been recognized as a „7 _. _ Ä . radical and safe cure for Contagious Blood Poison. It counteracts the deadly virus and cleanses and puri fies the diseased blood, aud under its proves and soon all signs of blood > HAD A LG THE SYMPTOMS. Saar Girat An a result of a serions blood disorder my blood becamo poisoned and I suf fered severely with Rheumatism and other symptoms not necessary to men tion. A friend of mine told me that ha had been cured of my trouble by 8. S. S., and upon his recommendation I begun its use. After using 1 it for some time my blood was thoroughly cleansed of aU poison and made pure and strong again I wish also to speak of its tonic prop, erties. While purging my blood of impurities. It built up my general health, improved my appetite, gava ma increased strength, and 1 felt better in every way, I am a great believer m S. 8. S., end •with pleasure commend It to all in ne«. J of a blood medicine. Yours very truly, ROBERT M. ZWEITZIG. 538 Walnut Bt.. Lebanon, Pa. tonic effects the general health im poison are gone. The strong mineral remedies, Mercury and Potash, which hre so often prescribed for the disease, dry up the sores, skin eruptions and all external signs, but leave the stomach, and digestion ruined and the system in such condition that the disease usually returns in worse form than ever. S. S. S. is guaranteed a purely vegeta ble remedy. $ 1,000 is offered for proof that it contains.^ single mineral ingredient. If you have blood poison write for our specinl hook, describing the different stages and giving all the symptoms, with directions for treating one's self at home. 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