Newspaper Page Text
Is Peruna Useful
for Catarrh? Should a lût of the isgTedieota ofPo mna b« «ubmitted to a bj medical ex pert, o f whatever echool or nationality he would he obliged to admit without reeerre that each one of them waa of un* doubted value in chronic catarrhal dia ****** and had stood the test of many fears' experie nce in t he treatment o! «ueh diseases. THRrb CAH BE Ï0 DISPUTE ABOUT THIS WHAT EVER, Perunaû composed of the mort efficacious and universally used herbal remedies for catarrh. Every ingredient of Peruna has a reputation of its own in the cure of some phase of catarrh. Peru na brings to the home the COM* BIHED KNOWLEDGE OP SEVERAL SCHOOLS OP MEDICINE in the treat ment of catarrhal diseases; brings to the home the scientific skill and knowl edgeofthe modern pharmacist ; and last but not least, brings to the home the vast and varied experience of Dr. Hartman, in the useof catarrh remedies, and in the treatment of catarrhal The fact is, chronic catarrh is a dis ease which û very prevalent Many thousand people know they have chronic catarrh. They have visited doctors over and over again, been told that their case û one of chronio catarrh. It may be of the nose, throat, lungs, stomach or some other internal organ. There û no doubt as to the na ture of the disease. The only trouble is the remedy. Thû doctor has tried to cure them. That doctor has tried to prescribe for them. BUt THEY ALT. PALLED TO BEING ANY EELIEP. Dr. Hartman's idea û that a catarrh remedy can be made on a large scale, as he is makingit; that it can be made honestly, of the purest drugs and of the strictest uniformity. Hû idea û that this remedy can be supplied direct ly to the people, and no more be charged for it than û necessary for the handling of it No other household remedy so uni versally advertised carries upon the label the principal active constituents, showing that Peruna invitee the foil inspection of the critics. tv Poor Paint is Expensive If one is rich enough to repaint his buildings every year for the pleasure of having a change of color scheme, the quality of the paint used may cut little figure. But if it is desirable to cut the painting bills down to the least amount possible per year, it is of the utmost importance that the paint be made of Pure White Lead and the best of Linseed OiL There are imita tions in the form of alleged White Lead, and there are substitutes in the form of ready-prepared paints. We guarantee our White l-ead to be' absolutely pure, and the Dutch Boy on the side of every keg is your safe guard. Look for him. SEND FOR BOOK ••A Talk on Paint.* gives valuable infor mât inn on the paint •abject. Sent free upon request. NATIONAL LEAD COMPANY i ft whichever of the follow ing at it» is nearest you : N.w York. BiMrton. Bnffylo, Cl*»»l»j>d. Gincinn.tl, Chlr.«o, St. l>*ul*, I hilel-J. phu'john T. Lew"* Bro., Co.,, PltUbueh (National Lwl S OU Go./ L— lii Help the Horse p No article 1« more tuefol L about the «table than Mic« \ Axle Grease. Put a little on the spindle« before you "book up"—it will help the hone, and bring the fond home quicker. a kfi no ULE BRESSE wears well— better than nay other grease. CoaU the axle frith a hard, smooth surface of red mica which reduce* Aik. the dealer for Mica Axle Create. pow de friction. SICK HEADACHE I _ Positively cared by Barters zt—l I I f l I p trrn- fr.ml Dy.prpHijk. In ■ n 11"«! digesXionnndTooHesrty H I 1# F R Eating. A perfect rem B J, *, "I* cdy for IXzsiness, Nau I PI ILS. wea. Drowsiness, Bad |H mm Taste in the Mouth, Coat Cd Tongue. Paiu In lb. 1^—— I B1 d .. TORPID Livra. They regulate the Bowel». Purely Vegetable. SHALL PILL. SMALL DOSE. SHALL PRICE. Genuine Must Bear Fac-Simile Signature CARTERS ■>rrri£ ¥ivef REFUSE SUBSTITUTES. NOTHING ELSE TO DO. Jim Hance Explains Event That Left Kim a Widower. Jim Hance is one of the characters »'ho go with the Grand canyon of Arizona—part of the general plan, to speak. Jim has a ranch about 14 miles front the chief hotel, and he comes over there at times to talk to the tourists. Jim likes to tell stories to the tour He thinks he has a copyright on all the tales of the region, and. in fact, considers himself one of the guardians of the canyon. A woman from Boston was quizzing him one day. "How does it come. Mr. Hance," she asked, "that you never married?" "Oh." said Jim. "I had a wife once, but I lost her." ' 1-iOst her! How was that?" "Why." said Jim. shedding a tear. "1 married a girl out here and she was the prettiest thing you ever saw. I took her over to the ranch to live, and we were very' happy. She always wanted to go down the canyon on ray trail, but I kept her from it until one day when she wouldn't be put off no longer. So I took her. I mounted her on a dandy mule and we started. On the way down, just at the worst jioint, with a narrow trail and a sheer drop of 3.000 feet on the other side, a bee stung the mule on the dank. The mule rose up and my wife fell ofT and over Into that awful abyss." "What happened?" exclaimed the Boston woman. so ists "Why," said Jim. "my wife fell into the most inaccessible part of the can yon, and it took me two days to get down there. When did get there I found her. She had broken one of her legs." "Well?" gasped the Boston woman. "Oh." said Jim, as he moved away, "of course, 1 had to shoot her."—Satur day Evening Post. Famous Women of Japan. Women played an important part In the early history of Japan. To a woman, the Empress Jingu, belong« the glory of the first conquest made hy Japan, that of Korea, A. D. 201. Dressed as a man. she led her fleet over the unkuown wuters, across which she alone believed a country lay to the westward, "if we succeed," she said to her chiefs, "the glory will all be yours. I will be rc*|K>nsible for the infamy of a possible defeat." The Koreans laid their wealth at the feet of the conquerors and the king swore that so long as the stars shone and water ran down hill Korea should be faithful to Japan. Thin achievement of the empress gave rise to the boast of the Japanese, "The arms of Japan shine beyond the seas." most important fruit of her victory was the Introduction of Buddhism fropi Korea, as well as Asiatic art, science, medicine, and literature. Jtngu, however, was never actually proclaimed head of the empire. The first female ruler was Suiko, and since her tithe eight empresses have gov erned Japan, some of them with great wisdom. But the London's Awful Smoke. Sir William Richmond, a well known member of the Royal Acad emy, finds instances in unexpected directions to drive home his argu ments In his laudable but hitherto un successful campaign against the Lon don smoke nuisance. Lecturing the other day, he told his hearers that the late springs and early falls in Ixm don were caused entirely by smoke. The pallor of Londoners was also due to the same cause, for the smoke ex cluded the suuifght and where there was no sunlight there was no color. He went so far as to ascribe certain physical deficiencies of the poor to his pet aversion. Premising that nothing could grow without light, he declared that poor girls were often toothless, while the snub noses and retreating chins so common among the poorly bred natives of Ixmdon were Jargely due to the absence of light caused by smoke. New Fire Escape. A Swiss engineer announces a new fire escape, it consists of a series of folding iron ladders, contained in frames, attached to the window cases, each reaching to the window below By merely turning a small winch on any floor all these frames are pushed outward from the building, the lad ders extended and securely connect ed with each other, thus forming a continuous communication from the top floor to the ground. The manipu lation Is simple and takes less than a minute. When not In use the escape is barely visible, and does not dis figure the facade of the building in the manner that the ordinary outside iron staircase doe«. A public teat of the new escape has proved successful, and the Vienna fire brigade represent atives have expressed their approval of it. She Caught the Idea. The teacher of a public school class uf little girls had been endeavoring' to impress upon her pupils the sig nificance of the comparative and *u perlative degrees. "For example," she said, "here is a coin that is bright. Here is one th*t is brighter—which Is comparative Then, here is one that is brightest— which is superlative." After using several other Illustra tions she asked for voluntary contri butions that would demonstrate com prehension on the point, and a golden haired child promptly rose in bet place. "I know, - said she. "This Is one: Sick—worse—dead" "Recess, - said the teach«*. WHEN THE FISH HURDLE. Man Wanted to Be Far Away Fr»m | Of course at this season the usna) I run of "fish stories" are going the But one relating to the the Danger Spot rounds. hurdling prowess of bass and trout, which was told In all earnestness the other night, takes first prize. 'Fish always go up »«ream In the springtime." said the fisherman, "and scarcely anything will keep the bass and trout from getting near the head waters. I have known these two species to tump over a dam eight to ten feet high and continue their up stream Journey." "What was that you said?" re marked a friend, who also claims to be somewhat of an angler. The man repeated his assertion that he had seen fish Jump over dams eight to ten feet high, and as there was no one present to deny the hurdling abilities of the fish, the only challenge to hla remarkable statement was a laugh by ail hands. "Well, I trust 1 will never be on the top of Niagara falls when one of those hurdling fish you speak of comes Hy ing through the air and hits me In the eye." remarked the friend, broke np the fish stories for that even ing. but the man still insists that a ten-foot dam can be hurdled by either a bass or trout. That WAITING FOR THE FUN. Youngster Had Reason to Expect "Something Would Happen." An old gentleman, rather portly and clad In a somewhat youthful suit of light gray flannel, sat on a bench in the park enjoying the day. relates the Woman's Home Companion. "What'* the matter, sonny?" he asked a small urchin who lay on the grass Just across the walk and stared Intently. "Why don't you go and play?" "Don't sanier." the boy replied. "But it is not natural," the old gen tleman Insisted, "for a boy to be ao quiet. Why don't you run about?" "Oh, I'm just waitin'," the little fel low answered. "I'm just awaitin' till you get up. A man painted that bench about fifteen minutes ago." Economy Carried to Exes**. Inhabitants of a well known region of the canton of Bern. Bwltierland. a district famous throughout the Alp* for its large breed of cattle and It* brand of milk, are spoken of "coffee faced and flat chested." At the last military draft eighteen young mountaineers were called up. and of these all but four were rejeetted. This result Is said to be not uncommon in these nil but four were rejected. This milk are the main sources of income. The iteanant feeds himself too much on the milk and grudges himself the meat Blackett of All. The millionaire from Pittsburg »as observed to be loitering outside of tlie pearly gates. "Why don't you hurry up and knock?" queried a shade. "I'm waiting for that oilier chap to get aliead'of me," whispered the Pitts burg millionaire. "And who is he?" "Why, a grafter from San Francisco, By tho Side of hitn 1 will.seem as lu nocent as a lamb." .......milium.» • uinmmukiiwmiHii Have Trouble i.i.imimmm with Your Food? Try Grape-Nuts Perfectly Cooked. Ready I* Seres, Deflcioot and Bealtkfsl i "The ordinary breakfast cereal cooked a few minute* In a half hearted way will in time weaken the stomach of anything short of an o*. "Any preparation of wheat or oats put Into water that is below the boil ing point and cooked as mush Is usu ally served, remains a pasty, Indi gestible mass. The cells are lough and unopened. In addition, the stom ach of a person sensitively constituted refuses to do anything with the pasty mass. It is sent Into the second stom ach, the Duodenum, where in conse quence of the long time of the first process of digestion. Is fermented and soured. As an eminent medical man pertinently states, the stomach» of half the people going about the streets are about in the condition of an old vin egar barrel. "Intestinal dyspepsia is the direct consequence of such feeding " Knowledge of these facts and a wide j experience In the preparation and use j of cereals brought out the product j known as Grape- Muts, manufactured j with special reference to having the ; nitrogenous and starchy parts of the j grain*, of which the food I* composed j perfectly and scientifically cooked at j the factory, ready for immediate use - and therefore not subject to the ma J nipulatlona of any cook, good or bad. The starch of the grains, changed to j grape-sugar, can be seen glistening tm ! the little granules, and gives forth a delicate sweetish taste, very palatable j Children and adulta obtain fine r< suit* from the use of Grape-Nut* food It 1* ao perfectly adapted to the want* of the human body and so easily dt ge*ted that many cases are on record of aurtdag babes being fed very *uc ceaafuily on 1L "There'* a Reason " Made at the pure food factories of Go., Battle Creek. Mich Bead The Road to WeürtUe," la pkga. the Post A WOMAN'S SUFFERINGS. A Dreadful Operation Seemed to Be Mr*. Clyde Ptiley, Bridge St., Held- j lag. Mich., writea: "I had tnflamma ) __ Won of the bind der and the trou A the Only Outcome. ble had gone ao local far in five years that my physicians said nothing but an operation would cur« me. Awful bearing down pains, backache* and headaches tor tured me, there were spelia of dizaine«* and faintness, the kidney secretions were Uke blood and passed with intense patn. I had lost 30 pounds when I began using Doan's Kidney Pills, and waa dread fully nervous. In one week 1 felt bet ter and today I am a welt woman and have been for a long time.** Sold by all dealer«. 50 cent* a box. Foster-Mtlbnrn Co.. Buffalo. N. Y. L S. t y/> pea for be the Mall FIVE FALL INTO GRAVE. the the A. Remarkable Incident That Disturbed Solemnity of Funeral. Instead of the accustomed quiet which prevails at the burial of the dead, great excitement and fear at tended the burial the other day of Michael Sereno. a prominent merchant of Westport, when by the collapsing of a grave the coffin and several iter sons attending the services were hurled Into a small pit. The final prayer had been said by the preacher, and the assistant to the undertaker atepped to the foot of the coffin to arrange the rope for letting the coffin Into the grave. At that mo ment one of the pallbearer* acci dentally kicked out the crosspiece that supported the coffin. The coffin quickly descended Into the grave, the body going feet first. The assistant hastened Its descent by tumbling on It. Several persons rushed to the edge of the grave, causing the soil to yield, and In a few seconds five per sons were lying In the pit half covered with dirt They were pulled out. the coffin was dug out and laid fiat, and arter the grave had been redug the burial waa completed.— N. Y. Press. TWO SISTERS HAU ECZEMA. Cutlcur* Cured Scalp Trouble* ef Two Illinois Qlrle—Another Bie ter Took Cutlcura Pills. "1 must give much praise to ail the Cutlcura K«»medies. I used but one cake of Cutlcura Soap and one ho* of Cutlcura Ointment, as that was all that waa required to cure my disease, was very much troubled with enema of the head, and a frh-nd of mine told me to use the Cutlcura Remedies, which I did, and am glad to say that they cured my eczema eutlrely. My sister was also cured of eczema of the head by using the Cutlcura Remedies. Another sister ha* used Cutlcura Re solvent and Pill* and think* they are a splendid tonic. Mis* Kdilh Hammer, R. V. U. No. »*., Morrison. III., Oct. 3, '06" t Jack and the Apple. It was during an arithmetic class In a country school that Jake lloggs was called upon to solve a problem. "Mow, Jake," began the teacher, "If you have two apple* and your little brother took ouc how many would you have left?" "I'd Just like to see him try taking one," said Jake, shaking hla fist. "Well," said the teacher, "we'll put It this way. Supposa jrwf gave him one." "Yes; but 1 wouldn't do It," said Jake. "Just supposing you did. what would remain?" said Aiie weary teacher. "A big fool, that's what," replied Jake.—Judge. Good for Fishermen's "Balt.* The remarkable heat insulating ef fect of a vacuum Is strikingly brought out In the claims made for a new sportsman's boitle. The vessel has double walls, being really one bottle within another, with a sealed up In tervenlng space from which the air has been withdrawn. It is asserted that liquids In this bottle can be kept hot 4« hours In the coldest weather, and that Inced beverage# will retain their delicious coolness for waeks In the hottest summer. Women forgive injuries, but they never forget slights.—llaiiburton j j j j ; j j j - J j ! j j -é , I » 9j " Food Products Libby's Vienna usage ugsqss led fof their deUtKrtss taxe. They arc put up in most convenient form i or ready serv ing, requiring only a tew min utes preparation. They have a fine Savor and wilt pleas* ever? one . An AMextsasg IHX». DowsttnM Ubto « v lewn* >• *"">•« wnsx tssrai H a iUfrm its t-s l .M« • «» PH«« I«.«*». lre«bnenn which M Ulfs I IMy. Hehn« * UUi. «k in 1 Scheme That Landed a Hungarian > ; in a little rtllace on the Hungarian frontier, not far from Brea burg, a peasant woman recently received too kronen t$*Ji front her husband in : A UlCtiC a. I DEATH IN A NEW GUISE. ! Judge in Town Mil. She promptly deposited It In the ! local brallch of the pontoffie* savings bank, and then the next day went to ! withdraw the whole amount. The bank official was somewhat sur prised. and asked for an explanation, »hen she said that Ifoath had a|k pea red to bar during the night and ' threatened to take her away with him : unie» «he had the 400 crowns ready for him the next night. The gendarmes were communicated with, and when "Death" mad# promised appearance he was found to be very much alive, in the person of the local Judge The woman » «none« Is still In ths bank, and the Judge Is in Jail.—Pall Mall Uasette. bu I Chinas* Jew*. American lut crest in China since the Boxer rebellion ha* extended to the Chinese Jews, who settted St Kalfnngfn during the llan dynasty, that ruled China from 3<KI It C to ÏO0 A. D. The Katfungfu colony la men Boned occasionally hy Knropean trav «1er«, among them Marco Poto In the fourteenth century, while in HMH) and J7S4 they were visited by Jesuit mis sionaries. Today, according to Al fred K. Olover, writing in the Over land Monthly for May, the Chinese Jews are almost extinct, but their rec ords and historical tablets are care fully preserved. CASTORIA t For InfEnta and Children. Ths Kind You Have Always Bought AM'OMUl. I rgg CKN I , SSrJ Bears the J Signature Promotes nirysitanflmM ness mwi Iks) i unUiAtarMs Opium Mnrphmr uurHurrM. Not N ah c otic. of m Ækwyau atMKarmm jEtSj?' JbMVMk ft In % well«« Use r « Aprrfrrl Hrmrdy foifflgMÉ» lion. Sour SktBjrh.IHRrtSG Worms i txivulxsim/mmk liras and Lcjkn or Sear For Over feSM* S*«s«rt ft Thirty Years NEW YORK. CASTORIA b oars.n. < d ui«b* »^^■3 Ksact Copy of Wrapper, I'C thiwhfltifet j m __ ... _ F 00 T-EA 8 E. I FREE^&! Shake Into your fthors ■ ■■■■■■ |„ f T» W • «111 - I ««*>• se4 g-n»iea leWtiwet sU i«, h*ni y«u Maw hart **«•*» tm a g—Nri t*i£ PAXTINE ALLEN' It » lb. t»»t. I »T. •tdffig »*#«■» Mb4lH*4» iF-tta |t'» II»# f»faiF*ir«<ifsr l f l4M*d»s»rf mt tmm n * * . * «** « ff-wffi.- Is** SkSlMH» lUM fei**« e-f Wb * ftl|M«4 *a4 m eb^ww Rat»« mf A** »«MT < F » « m It**»*, •**•*»»« « -AMt Mvf «Mt. ♦>*•**. - »» •< a h ^W# k»- —M e >w tm*» T MV IT TO.lt XT. a ■«*»#•!( ... ... *.- -i - m »-- v. (to ftMiv*», mtr% as aasal -»-«r»ti Ml »-.»* "• I »»•«, «MS W» -dk. t-f 4»i»-eX h* rl it t 1*4 hni *!.»• iMteXm* ltb.-Ml.fe4« «4 W-.HK--U *.* U.l"* ( ittmr« tat »«ttmuoTtim tt. »«It ••ItflllBlR, Ml »•( »ere mi N «MMI fm frei Af.I.KN I«. «II.WwTgO, I.» Mwr, N. V. DEFIANCE Cold Wit. rSUrch ISS H. rAXtUX nue i*u*drr -at* s «uw.n Mm (»• BALLARD'S I SNOW LINIMENT !i a Quick and Permanent Cure for Rheumatism, Cuts, Sprains, Wound*, Neuralgia, Headache, Old Sores, Coras, Bunions, Galls, Bruises, Contracted Muscles, Lame Back, Stiff Joints, Frost Bite, Chilblains, Ringbone, Poll evil, Burns, Scalds, and ALT. THE ILLS THAT FLESH IS HEIR TO. Three Size*. 25 c, 50 c sod $ 1 . Sold by «II Drutffats. Diversified Existence. An old brtek laboratory in MISA» < Im» a Coon which waa tiara Net MtarttT. hat Wn put to many uesa I since U» erection *ln IStS. Originally I waa a gunhmt**. hut it baa Mue* and an electrical laboratory. •en used a« a hospital, an «-sting, •use, a rarpee'w shop, an tenhoaM* - ^/oTt* TfiTT * *?!? r^vErns Cmsumw smaa "»» tssa Shakeepeare has »*> her re*. be M* only heroines —Raskin. I gj [SI "0 A 8000 BUSINESS TO UTO ttbffi T»« t— tu »MMSr — pW* m*U fcMM'«* >• *•# «Ml ffie-MM «#-••*<> * * ***** -«H ab» WMMl«M«l»SSO M »» It»** a* -X •»>-.«« «W* .U «MMÉKHMàM* • • (MM g hft- » <*« »«* tft«t ****** «Ik* •* ' MS, •« fct«M h-M <b* WS* MS« 1 '• %**•*•«■» • *♦ A M Mi l fr»A* **,* «Mbft. S ■ du Roe* » SMMl «Mt ***** I f » kilMWM fMM *•'»»'«< W M M . - *«■'•** * — , W. N, U- Salt Lan# Ctty. Ns, it. t*ST.