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FROM SOUTH CAROLINA PRAISES PE-RU-NA. I at : j 1« I |il Wife ■ Ex-Senator M. C. Butler. Dyspepsia Is Often Caused By Catarrh of the Stomach— Périma Relieves Ca iarrh of the Stomach and Is Therefore a Remedy For Dyspepsia. Ho». M. C. Butler, Ex-U. S. Sen-, ator from South Carolina for two 1 terms, in a letter from Washington, : D. C., writes to the Peruna Medicine Co., as follows : " 1 can recommend Peruna for dyspepsia and stomach trouble. I have been using your medicine tor a short period and 11eel very much relieved. . It Is Indeed a wonderful medicine, besides a good tonic. " C ATARRIÏ of the stomach is the cor rect name for most cases of dyspep sia. Jn order to cure catarrh of the stomach the catarrh must be eradicated. Only an internal catarrh remedy, snch as Peruna, is available. Peruna exactly meets the indications. W. L. DOUGLAS •3.50&*3.00 Shoes BEST IN THE WORLD W.LDougtas $4 Blit Edge IIda^ 53 * «annotba equalled at any price/if To 8/toe Dealert : . W. JU Douglas' Job bing House hi the mort complete in this i- - — Send for i CP® n& I «0ES FOR EVERYBODY AT ALL PRICES. Kan's Shoe«. $8 to Si.60. Boys' Shoes, $3 to $1.35. Women's Shoes. SkOOtoSl.BO. Mi««e«' St Children's Shoe«. $2.80 to fl.OO. fry W. Is. Douglas Women'». Misse« and Children's «hoes; for style, fit and wear they excel other make». If 1 could take you Into my large factories at Brockton, Mass.,and show you how careful ly W. L. Douglas shoes are made, you would then understand why they hold their shape, fit better, wear longer, and are of greater value than any other make. Wherever you live, you cen obtain W. L. Douglas shoes. Hla name and price la stamped on the bottom, which protect* you against high prices and Inferior shoes. Tajc. no eubsti. tut». Ask your dealer for W. L. Douglas shoe* and Insist upon having them. Fast Color Eyelets used; they will not wemr brassy. Write tor Illustrated Catalog of Fall Styles. W. L. DOUULAS, Dept. 12. Brockton. Mass. Had Church Roof Fixed. Miles Flnlen, the rich Montana cop per miner, visited some relatives in Bay City, Mich., recently. He attend ed services in an old wooden church, and while there a rainstorm came up. The roof leaked, and some water fell on Flnlen's neck, had ended he asked one of the church officials: "Why In blazes don't you give people a decent place to worship in?" "I suspect it's because we haven't the money," waa the suggestive reply. Next afternoon material for a new roof began to arrive In front of the church and Flnlen walked Into the pas tor's study with a check for $750. "Fix up your old roof," Is all he said. —Indianapolis News. Woman Confederate Officer. An Inmate of the Home for Needy Confederate Women In Richmond, Va., Is Capt. Sally L. Tompkins, the only woman who received a commission from President Davis, of the confed She was a captain of cavalry. After the services •racy. There is ne reason wny men shouldn't love their enemies as they love themselves—especially if they happen to be their own worst ene mies. I I m ■ ■ ' r £«TLS_?' 5 , It LUNCHEON DAINTIES PROPER METHOD OF PREPARING 8ANDWICHES. Mayonnaise Should Be Spread with an Eye to Prevent the 8olllng of Gloves—Oyster Roast a Popular Dish. "Sandwiches are so mussy that I have come to refusing them entirely ^ at teas and receptions," said a woman who had sacrificed several pairs of nice gloves to mayonnaise or creamy • sandwiches. Her prejudice against these morsels of food, so Inevitable an offering at any place where a half dozen people meet, would not have been so strong had been properly made. Where a soft filling or mayonnaise is used It should not be spread to the extreme edges of fhe bread. At least an eighth of an Inch all round will save soiling the gloves. . Rolled sandwiches are the most dainty of all, and are most frequently fnade without any filling more than a thin coating of butter. The bread must be less than 12 hours old, and If but barely cool It can be used. JHave a sharp knife and cut it very thin. Bread that is more than half day old Is too tender and crumbly, ever let economy extend to leaving ïven a fragment of a crust on the Dread used for sandwiches. It is (easier and more saving to trim' the Joaf rather than the thinly sliced bread. Parisian Sandwiches —Mince some pold cooked fish fine after freeing from skin and bones; season with salt and pepper and add two hard boiled eggs shopped fine, a tablespoon of capers chopped, and enough mayonnaise to gioisten. Mix well, spread between thin slices of buttered bread. : Egg Sandwiches. —Boll some eggs lard and rub the yolks to a fine pow ier. Spread finely chopped water-', cresse on thin buttered bread, cover jwith the egg, and lay on the other half e f the sandwich. For a second sort of andwiches use the minced watercress ^ind chopped whites of the eggs. Take white bread for these sandwiches. Oyster Roast. —To one-half cup of oyster liquor add one level teaspoon of salt, one rounding tablespoon of but ter, two teaspoons of catchup, and a rounding tablespeon of chopped sweet pepper. Put in one dozen large oys ters and turn into a small baking dish land set in a hot oven until the edges fcurl. Turn on hot buttered toast. ^ Rocquefort Sandwiches. — Rub a rounding tablespoon of butter to a cream with a piece of Rocquefort; cheese twice as large and use as a piling for whole wheat sandwiches cut •thin. t I the saridwiches & Pink Sandwiches. —Slice bread thin and cut in rounds with a biscuit cut-, ter. Beat some cheese smooth and add enough currant jelly to color a pink; lay on a second round and press hard. Olive Sandwiches. —Chop one dozen stoned olives and work into a little roll of creamed cheese. Use as a fill ing for brown bread sandwiches. Oyster Salad. —Select large oysters and heat in their own liquor until they become plump and begin to ruffle. Drain, dust with salt and paprika and a few drops of lemon juice. Chill, and if too large cut in halves. Serve with mayonnaise In lettuce heart leaves and garnish with capers. Oyster Cocktails. —Put five small oysters in each glass and pour on a tablespoon of the following sauce: Mix two tablespoons of grated horse radish, two tablespoons of vinegar, one teaspoon of tabasco, two table spoons of Worcestershire sauce, four tablespoons of lemon juice, two table spoons tomato catchup, and one level teaspoonful of salt. Mint Sandwiches. —Wash the sprigs of mint and dry on a piece of cheese qloth, grind or chop fine, add thick cream to make a paste. Spread be tween thin slices of buttered bread. The Vogue of Armlets. "Armlets" to hold up the long gloves now so much worn are among the latest novelties. Of course they are not worn except for gloves which come to the shoulder. Girls who dance say they are a great Invention. One pretty pair recently made had ruffles of white satin ribbon, where these ruf fles met in the middle of the piece of silk elastic was hidden by a band of tiny artificial forget-me-nots sewn down very flat. Another pretty pair was made with ruffles of spangled gauze, and the joining concealed by a narrow gold ribbon. Still another pair had no ruffles, but the elastic was entirely covered with flat turquois beads. Taste in Ornaments. There should never be many mantel ornaments—the fewer the better—and it is important that they should be in keeping with the room. A Dresden china figure is not, for instance, fitted to the appropriately decorated library or dining-room, and In turn heavy crockery Is not used In the parlor. Candlesticks are ornaments, however, which look well in almost any room, and these in brass, silver or glass, at each end of a mantelpiece are al jways suitable and attractive, brass sconces are also used. Tall Mata Under Hot Diahea. Table mats of raffia or straw look Incongruous on a dainty white dam /ask table cloth. The housewife who feels tbe need of something under hot dishes is advised to cut asbestos cloth into the desired shape and size, and make a white linen case to cover it, bemmlng tbe open ends bo that fre quent laundering may not increase be ,work.—Interior Decoration. A WOMAN'S KIDNEYS. Women have much to do, so m an y pains to suffer, so many critical periods to go through, that It is Important to keep the kidneys well, and avoid the backache, bearing down pain, headache, dizziness, languor and other common signs of weak kidneys. Mrs. Charles E. Smith, of 22 Boyden St., Woonsocket, R. "My kid ^ I it I., says: neys were weak from childhood, and for eight or ten years past my back was very painful and I had many an noying symptoms besides, began taking Doan's Kidney Pills I weighed only 120. To-day I weigh 165, and am in better health than for years. Doan's Kidney Pills have been my only kidney medicine during four years past. They bring me out of every attack." Sold by all dealers. 50 cents a box. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. When I Vesuvius Dust Traveled Far. Paris was overspread with a dry, yellowish fog the morning of April 11 of this year, that the fog had been caused by the eruption of Mount Vesuvius, placed upon the roof of bis dwelling a series ef plates covered with glycerin to catch the duet in the fog. It was found that part of the deposit on the plates was a very fine sand, complete ly identical with the ash sent up by Vesuvius ia 1822. In addition to this ■and the fog contained some perfectly spherical globule* of oxidized iron. A sicentist, believing Beware of Ointments for Catarrh that Contain Mercury, as mercury will surely deitroy the aenae of smell and completely derange the wbole system when entering it through the mucous surfaces. Such articles ahonld never be used except cu prescrip tions from reputable physicians, as the damage they trill dois ten fold to the good you can possibly de C ire from them. Haifa Catarrh Cure, manufactured y F. J. Cheney A Co., Toledo, O., contains no mar enry, and la taken Internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the syatAu. fa buying Hall's Catarrh Cure be eure you get the genuine. It it taken internally and made in Toledo, Ohio, by F. J. Cheney A Co. Testimonials free. Sold by Draggltta. Price, 75c. per bottle. Take Ball's Family PlUa for constipation. Gasoline and Alcohol. The greater safety of alcohol, as compared with gasoline for commer cial uses, Is due to the fact that It will not Ignite from pure radiated heat, as gasoline does; that water will extinguish burning alcohol while it will only spread a fire of gasoline, and that the flames of burning alcohol ra diates very little heat while that of gasoline radiates heat very rapidly. Prunes a Popular Fad. The consumption of prunes in the United States exceeds 100,000,000 founds a year. Mrs. Win.low's Soothing Syrup. For children teethl flammst Ion. allays lnq. soften, tbe sum., reduce. In* pain. cure, wind colic. 25c a bottle. If the shoe fits lt'a a sure sign a woman will ask for a smaller size. Stiffness, Stitches, Lameness, Cramp ■ decamp when you apply St. Jacobs Oil. all No man imagines he is as homely as he is. OPERATIONS AVOIDED Two Grateful Letters from Women Who Avoided Serious Operations.—Many Women Suffering from Like Conditions Will Be Interested. % m - • i ' >» "er ' * V *_ » v : '"v : , a ■ - : . ;■ V ■ I » -V m m ■M « * J JMarçref AferA/ef y rite fjy Qn When a physician tells a woman, suf fering from female trouble, that an operation is necessary it, of coarse, frightens her. The very thought of the operating table and the knife strikes terror to her heart. As one woman expressed It, when told by her physician that she must undergo an operation, she felt that her death knell had sounded. Our hospitals are full of women who are there for just such operations'. It is quite true that these troubles may reach a stage where an operation is the only resource, hut such cases are much rarer than is generally supposed, because a great many women have been cured by Lydia Ej. Pinkliam's Vegetable Compound after the doctors had, said an operation mnst be per formed. In fact, up to the point where the knife mnst be nsed to secure instant relief, this medicine is certain to help. The strongest and most grateful statements possible to make come from women who, by taking Lydia EL Pink ham's Vegetable Compound, have escaped serious operations. Margrits Ryan, Treasurer of St. ndrew's Society, Indianapolis, Ind., writes of her cure as follows: Dear Mrs. Pinkham:— " I cannot find word* to express my thanks for tbe good Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound did me. Tbe doctor eaid I could not get well unie« I bad an opérai the trouble from which I suffered. I ocmld not stand tbe strain of an operation and made up my mind I would be an invalid for Hearing bow Lydia E. Pinkham's Plskhso's Advice—A tion for knew I life. Yn can do your dyeing in half as hour with PUTNAM FADELESS DYES. Aik your druggist. * Denatured Alcohol. Denatured alcohol la used in a hat factory at Manchester, England. The manufacturers use the spirit, recover It, and restill the product lu their own factory, and use it over again until It la used up. Important to Mothers. Examine carefully evejy bottle of CA8TORIA,' s safe and eure remedy for infanta and children, and aea that it Bear* the Signatare of la Cat For Over 30 Yeara. The Kind You Have Always Bought. Makes Celluloid Fireproof. M. Gavain, a French chemist, has patented a process for rendering cel luloid proof against fire. This result is obtained by adding to a celluloid mass in course of preparation, when at the highest point of liquidity, a cer tain quantity of salts—phosphates, bi carbonate of ammonia, or magnesia. Celluloid thus prepared, when touched by fire or flame, gives forth a gas that checks combustion. TERRIBLE 3CALP HUMOR. Badly Affected with Sores and Crusta —Extended Down Behind the Ears —Another Cure by Cutlcura. "About ten years ago my scalp be came badly affected with, sore and itching humors, crusts., etc., and ex tended down behind the ears. My hair came out in places; also. I was great ly troubled; understood it was ecze ma. Tried various remedies so called, without effect. Saw your Cuticura advertisement, and got the Cuticura Remedies at once. Applied them as to directions, etc., and after two weeks I think, of use, was clear as a whistle. I have to state also that late last fall, October and November, 1904, I was suddenly afflicted with a bad eruption, painful and itching pustules over the lower part of the body, dreadfully. In two months, under the skillful treatment of my doctor, con joined with Cuticura Soap and Cuti cura Ointment, I found myself cured. H. M. F. Weiss, Rosemond, Christian Co., 111., Aug. 31, 1905." I suffered The Court Took Judicial Notice. A New Jersey correspondent con tributes the' following In regard to a recent happening in the court of a lo cal magistrate: A justice in this city, upon com plaint, Issued his warrant for an al leged violation of an ordinance of the city relative to the registering of dogs. The complaint and warrant were both bad. brought before him, the justice said; "How do you plead, guilty or not guilty?" to which the defendant, who was allowed no time to obtain coun sel, replied; "Not guilty." The Jus tice then said: "I know a G — d— sight better. I fine you five dollars and $2.80 costs." These words con stituted the entire hearing, and, need less to state, certiorari proceedings are now pending. Upon the defendant being Vegetable Compound had saved other women from serious operations I decided to try it, and in less than four months I was entirely cured; and words fail to express my thank fulness." Miss Margret Merkley, of 275 8d Street, Milwaukee, Wia., writes: Dear Mrs. Pinkham:— "Loss of strength, extreme nervousness, severe shooting (mins through the pelvic position compelled me to seek medical advice. Tbe doctor, after making an examination, said that I bad a serious female trouble and ulceration, and advised an operation as mv only hope. To this I strongly objected—and I decided as a last resort to try Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. "To my surprise the ulceration healed, all the bad symptoms disappeared, and I am once more strong, vigorous and well; and I can not express my thanks for what it has done forme." Serious feminine troubles are steadi ly on the increase among women—and before submitting to an operation every woman should try Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, and write Mrs. Pinkham at Lynn, Mass, for advice. For thirty years Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound has been curing the worst forms of female complaints, all functional troubles, inflammation, ulceration, falling and displacement, weakness, irregularities, indigestion and nervous prostration. Any woman who could read the many grateful letters on file in Mrs. Pinkham's office would be convinced of the efficiency of her advice and Lydia EL Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. ir a W You Cannot MAKE EVERYDAY COUNTS /iTArlLCTLÿv You cannot afford to be -t-JA without a J&/ TOWER'S \ WATERPROOF r\ OILED surr n,OR SLICKER I 4 When / 11 looK \\ SION OF THE FISH 11 nones cu 1 1 all inflamed, ulcerated and catairlM dirions of the mucous membrane At nasal catarrh, uteri ne catarrh Cl by feminine Hlsv sore throat, mouth or Inflamed eyes by s dosing the stomach. But you surely can cure these stul affections by local treatment with Paxtfne Toilet Antiseptic / ' J / T you buy for the / which destroys the disease germsxhcclc» discharges, stops pain, and heals tbs inflammation and soreness. Paxtine represents the most successful local treatment for feminine Ills ever produced. Thousands of women testify to this fact. 50 cents at druggists. I ' : nuiM» — rowc* co, aoaroN wa* a CO LTD TOeONTOCAN PATENT ATTORN E VS. Send for Free Trial Box PATENTS De Trade Marlas, signe, Copyright* and Lia be is procured. Nathan Bickford, fill F 8t.. Washington, I>. C. THE R. PAXTON CO.. Boatoa. Mala «2*5 non no FOR AGENTS. Plaasaat q>^3,UUU.UU work JOUT TntuOm. frequent sales, targe commissions, and tola prisas for all. Address Dept. 23 A, II If. 2iih St.. H.TO» W. N. U., Salt Lake City, No. 43, 1906 How to Save nOf.T.ABft in Cooking and It has cost many stove users HUNDREDS OF WASTED DOLLARS to find this out. — ■ Cut out this Coupon and mail to ns and we will solve this problem for you. You will get all this information FREE. FREE INFORMATION COUPON WHITE PLAINLY u4 only 0KB BID« OP TH* PAPIH. Address Manager Advice Department Thh Michigan Btotk Company, Detroit. Mloku LaryeeaMakereof Bteveeand Kang rein the World. 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NO MORE MUSTARD PLASTERS TO BLISTER. THE SCIENTIFIC AND MODERN EXTERNAL COUNTER-IRRITANT. CAPISICUM VASELINE EXTRACT OF THE CAYENNE PEPPER PLANT A QUICK, SURE. SAFE AND ALWAYS READY CURE FOR PAIN— FRICE 15c.—IN COLLAPSIBLE TUBES—AT ALL DRUGCISTS AND DEALERS, OR BY MAIL ON RECEIPT OF 15c. IN POSTAGE STAMPS. DON'T WAIT TILL THE PAIN COME5-KÏÏP A TUBE HANDY. A substitute for and superior to mustard or any other plaster, and will not blister the most delicate skin. The pain-allaying and curative qualities of the article are wonderful. It will stop the toothache at once, and relieve Headache and Sciatica. We recommend it as the best and safest external counter-irritant known, also as an external remedy for pain* In the chest and stomach and all Rheumatic, Neuralgic and Gouty complaints, A trial will prove what we claim for it. and it will be found to be invaluable In the household and for children. Once used no family will be without It. Many people say "it is the best of all your preparations." Accept no preparation of vaseline unless the same carries our label, as otherwise it Is not genuine. SEND YOUR ADDRESS AND WE WILL MAIL OUR VASE LINE PAMPHLET WHICH WILL INTEREST YOU. CHESEBROUGH MFG. CO. 17 STATE STREET, NEW YORK CITY BALLARD'S SNOW UNIMENT Is a Quick and Permanent Cure for Rheumatism, Cuts, Sprains, Wounds, Neuralgia, Headache, Old Sores, Corns, Bunions, Galls, Bruises, Contracted Muscles, Lame Back, Stiff Joints, Frost Bite, Chilblains, Ringbone, Pollevil, Bums, Scalds, and ALL THE ILLS THAT FLESH IS HEIR TO. Three Sizes, 25c, 50c and $1. Sold by all Druggists.