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Dodging the Tax Collector. . In the American citizen's attitude to ward bit debt to tbe state, at least so far at Ut rich are concerned, Is per elred a steadily strengthening in clination to make fewer and Ibrs in sistent demands upon himsulf. He dis cards the high sense ( honor re quired by hla serial code and resorts to Tarlous dovtcris, scarcely stopping Short of dowu right perjury to dodge the tax collector. Bs 'on Advertiser. Earliest Green Onion. The John A. Salzer Seed Co., I,a Crosse, Win., always have something new, something valuable. This year they offer among their new money making vegetables, an EarlleBt Green Eating Onion. It is a winner, Mr, Farmer and Gardener! JUST BEND THIS NOTICE AND 16c, and they will send you their big plant and seed catalog, together with enough seed to grow 1,000 fine, B ltd Cabbages. 2,000 delicious Cnrrots. 8,000 blanching, nutty Celery, 2,000 rich, buttery Lettuce. 1,000 splendid Onions. 1,000 rare, luscious lladisheg. 1.000 glorlmiFly brilliant Flowers. In all over 10,000 plants this great offer Is made to got you to test their warranted vegetable Reeds and ALL FOB BUT ViO FOSLtUE, providing you will return this notice, and If you will send them 20c in post age, they will add to the above a pack age of the famous Berliner Cuulillower. (W. N. U.) . Day of Scientific Feeding. Tbe search for tho fountain of youth has not been abandoned, as the num erous dietary experiments abundantly attest. Science is the modern Ponce De Leon. The era of strictly scientific living for the most of us has not dawned, and Is afar off, but may we not hope that the time Is coming when the most casual caller at the lunch counter will order as many grams of j protein, fat, carbohydrates and the j rest as his physical or intellectual rec- ' ssltles Beem to require? The man who Is about to produce an cplo will tee to It that bis bill of fare contains the requisite amount of nitrogen and ' phosphorus and that he secures a suffi cient number of calorics of hat value dally. 1 other Gray's Sweet Powder for Chlldret, Successfully used by Mother Gray, nurse In the Children's Home In New York, cure Constipation, Feverisbness, Had Stomach, Teething Disorders, rioveand regulate the Bowelsand Destroy Worms. OveriMI.OUOU-s-tlmonials. At all Druggist S5c. Sample FKKU. Address A. & Olmsltd. LeHoy.N.Y. Toastntastert Too Talkative. An experienced dinner committee 1 man says: "1 am in favor of a society for tbe suppression of toastmasters. I am not In favor of suppressing them, but I would engage a man with a club to bat them a good one if more than one minute and a half was used in In- . troducing a speaker. The usual toast master looks upon himself as the band, while the rest of the speakers re spokes In the wagon wheel." i FIBROID TUMORS CURED. Mrs. lTaves First Letter Appeal ing to Mrs. Pinkliam for Help: " Dear Mrs. Pinkuam: I have been under Boston doctors' treatment for a long time without any relief. They tell me I have a fibroid tumor. I can not sit down without greet pain, and the soreness extends up try spine. I have bearing-down pains both back and front. My abdomen is swollen, and I have had flowing Bpella for three years. My appetite is not good. Ican not walk or be on my feet for any length of time, " The symptoms of Fibroid Tumor riven in your littlo book accurately describe my case, so I writo to you for advice.' (Signed) Mits. E. F. Uayes, !53 Dudley St, (Uoxbury), Boston, Mass. Mrs. Hayes Second Letter t "Deab Mrs. Tijikjiam : Sometime go I wrote to you describing my symp toms and asked your advice. Vou re plied, and I followed all your direc tions carefully, and to-day I am a well woman. "The use of Lydia E. Plnkham's Vegetable Compouni entirely ex pelled the tumor and strengthened my whole system. I can walk miles now. "Lydia E. IMnkbam's Vege table Compound is worth five dol lars a drop. I advise all women who are afflicted with tumors or female trouble of any kind to give It a faithful trial." (Signed) Mrs. E. F. Hates, 852 Dudley 8t (ttoxmirv). Boston, Mass. $5000 forfait If original of atoii latUrt proving ftnulnenw cannot bo produced Looking for a Ibme7 Then why not keep In view the faot that the farming lands of are sufficient to support n population of 5n.000.000 r overi Tho imuiittituion tur ilie past six yuri km bn pbttnomeuaL FREE Homestead Lands uHr aoeeasible. wbil other land may ba por ehand from Railway and Land C ompaum. Tb rain and fraitoc land of Wtatcm Canada ar tha Wat em the continent arodnfin th beat train, and utile (fed on irasa aior.ol read for market Market. School, Kttllwny and all other nndltlon maka Weston) Canada aa enTt Ma spot for tlia aetUer. Write to Superintendent Immiration,Ottawa,CaBr ada. for a descriptive Atlas, and other intormatioa, or to the amhonrerf Cnnadian Government Ai ent 8ENJ. DAV1KS. ROOM a. DUNN BLOCK, CEN TRAL AVENUE. CiHUAT FALLS. MONTANA. SEEDSSEEDSSEEDS FRESH AND RELIABLE no roe caraLoaua. SHWARZ 3c heinecke , . scoono south ar. nuPHOKi ion. SALT LAKE CITY Ti t"m w n r v -v re -i Warranted crrnc! tur. treah. reliable. Cntalocr.ie free. B. klracarai koa, Hurl luanui. Ma UTAH JUNK CO. rnober, aoppor. brua, eto Salt Utka Olty. Vfi m .v"v f.TW f'iV.V If A 1 WM Western mM Canada A WOMAN'S MISERY. Mrs. John La Rue, of 115 Pater son avenue, Pate rson, N. J., says: "I wastrou bled tor about nine years, and what I suf fered none will ever know. I used about every known remedy that is said to be good for kidney com plaint, but without deriving perma nent relief. Often when alone In tbe house the backache has been so bad that It brought tears to my eyes. The pain at times was so Intense that I was compelled to give up my house hold duties and lie down. There were headaches, dizziness and blood rush ing to my head to cause bleeding at the nose. The first box of Doan's Kidney Pills benefited me so much that I continued the treatment. The stinging pain In the small of my back, the rushes of blood to the head, and other symptoms disappeared." Doan's Kidney Pills for sale by all dealers. 50 cents per box. Foster Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. Practical Discovery. A French savant observes that radi um paralyies mice. We thought that science would discover a practical value In the new mineral sooner or later. Newark News. Mr. Wlnelow'a Boothlna; Arrop. Forchtldrea teething, enrten. the Kiiraa, reduce fc lamination, allaya pain, ourea wind collu. S&oa uoula. But He Didn't Care. "There was a drummer took sick and died here three weeks ago." said the landlord of tbe tavern at Polkvllle, Ark. "He was a thick-set, guitar, playln' sort of fellow, and the girl he was engaged to marry came over from Torpldville to attend the funeral; also from Waupsey; also from Peapack; also from Tonganoxle; also from som'ers in Kansas and some up In Missouri. Seeln' how many there was of 'em, they put away their engage ment rings, and, flggeratlvely speak In', organized a new society and In vented a yell. And it was a pretty durned expressive one, too, lemme tell you!" Smart Set. nj Pnvn m. "Villi In One) dT. Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablet. All druggists refund money if it fails to cure. 26 THE SMALLEST ON RECORD. , . j . 1JB , . Entire Printed Bible Could B. Placed In Walnut Shell. Probably one of the tiniest MSS. ever recorded was the little Bible in a walnut shell tbe size ot a smau hen's egg, an account of which has been preserved among the Harlelan manuscripts by Peter Bales, an Eng lishman and a clerk of the chancery. It contained as many leaves as a large Bible, and as much reading matter on each page. With a powerful glass it could be read easily. The author ot this tiniest book on record liver in the time of Queen Elizabeth, and, In 1575, presented her majesty with the Lord's Prayer, the Creed, Ten Com mandments, two short Latin prayers, his own name and motto, and the date, all written on a bit of paper the size ot a finger nail, and Bet in a ring of gold, covered with a crystal. In this case also a magnifying glass made the writing quite legible. THE TELEPHONE IN AUSTRALIA. How the Widely Scattered "Squatters" Talk to Each Other. An Ingenious us of the telephone has recently modified the Intense mo notony of farm life In tha "squatter districts" of Australia. It would not have paid to lay wires from farm to farm, for they are often separated by many miles of open country; but some ingenious person hit upon the idea of using the wire fences used on all tha farms to con vey the current. The lonely squatter and his family can now Indulge In a friendly chat with any one of a hundred families scattered around within a radius of fifty or sixty miles. Games of whist and chess are played at night over the telephone by clubs organized for that purpose. Our Awful Language. Years ago there was In London Russian diplomat, Ambassador Schou valoff, who greatly admired English womeil and who was heartily annoyed when he oCended any one of them. While he was there he learned Eng lish, and having heard one famous English beauty say "Shut up!" to an other, he imagined it to be a phrase of polite agreement, such as "say bo more." In this sense he addressed himself to an illustrious lady the next night at dinner, to the lady'i conster nation, and his own when later he dis covered bis mistake. How's This ? We offer One Hundred Poliani Beward for any eaae nt Catarrh that canuol be cured ojr Ilall Caurrh Cure. ( CHKNKT ft CO., Toledo O We, tbe tinderalitned. have known F J Cheney Inrthelaal IS yean, and Imllrve hlin porfectly hn orable In all tmmnef lrana tl. n and flnanclallr able to carrr out any ohllyatt-iiamade by hlaflrm . WAt.mii), IOXnam ft Maavm Wbotacale DriifrKlata, Toledo, O Hall' Caurrh Core la taien Internally, actlnf directly upiin the blond and mucoun aurface of th iyteiti. Testimonial)! earn Iree Price 15 oenta par bottle. Sold by all Drwnriata. Take Hall' family Fill tjr conatipaUno. Not Like His Mother. Life tells a good story of th small son of a certain university professor, whose parents are deservedly popular for their tact and courteous speech. The youngster appeared at the home of a fellow-professor and hesitatingly asked Mrs. if miat look at the parlor nig. Permisskm waa, of course, granted, and Mrs. felt some surprise to see the little fellow stoop over the rug and stare silently for some half-minute. He straight ened himself up, and, meeting her wondering expression, said triumph antly: "It doesn't make me slek!", I am sure PUo's Cure for ConMmptloa nvmw mj life three year. ao.-Mrs. Taos. Boaaaa. Maple Street, Norwich, N-J M(ft Seek Russian Trade. The Oerman-Ruslsan Association at Berlin, whose mission Is to increase German exports to Russia, has 457 German business and manufacturing firms and forty-to Gorman chambers of commerce anions It memhrhti. ! A 810 MARRIAGE 8ERVICE. . American Missionary United Thirty one Couple at Once. The Ret. A. W. PItxer set a pretty good pace last week when he married three couples at once, but he fa still twenty-eight laps behind the record, which Is held by an American mis sionary on the Island of Apomana. Tbla atrange wedding, where thirty one couples were united at once, was solemnitod In 1882. All the principals were converted heathens, and so well were the marriage bonds tied that ten years later not one of the couples was divorced. The great wedding was one of ne cessity, rather than choice. All the couples bad signified their Intention to be married with Christian rites. Plana were made for separate wed dings, but a missionary ship was wait lng for the teacher who was to marry the converts, and an approaching storm made It necessary tor blm to read the ceremony with great haste. If the natives had not agreed to en gage in a wholesale ceremony they would have been condemned in six six months more of single blessedness, so the great party Joined right hands and assumed the solemn obligations according to their new faith. Wash ington Times. Gratitude Well Expressed. Eault Ste. Marie, Mich., Feb. 8th. Mr. C. L. Smith, painter and decora tor, whose home is at 309 Anne street, this city, makes the following state ment: "I was laid up with some kind ot pains. Some said it was Lumbago, others Sciatica, and others again I Rheumatism. A few of my friends suggested that it was lead poison, ' but whatever It was it gave me a ' great deal of pain. In fact, almost completely crippled me. I had to use two canes to walk about and even then It was a very painful task. I "A friend advised me to try Dodd's Kidney Pills and I began the treat : ment. After I had used the first box ; I was able to throw away one of the canes and was considerably Improv ed. The second box straightened me up so that I could go about free from pain without any assistance and very , soon after I was completely cured, ! well and happy, without a pain or as ache. Dodd's Kidney Pills Beemed to go right to the spot In my case and i they will always have my greatest praise." A Plant Without Roots. There Is a plant In Chill, and a aim-; I liar one in jupau, i-aueu me uower of the air." It Is so called because it appearg haye nQ rQ0t and ,g n(jver flxed to tne earth ,t twlnea round a tree or terlle rock. Each shoot produces two or three flowers like a lily white, transparent and odorifer ous. It Is capable of being transport ed 600 or 700 miles, and vegetates as it travels suspended on a twig. Teoalnte and Billion Dollar era. The two greatest fodder plants on earth, one good for 14 tons hay and the other 80 tons green fodder per acre. Grows everywhere, so does Victoria Rape, yielding 60,000 lbs. sheep and wine food per acre. JUST BEND 10O IS STAMPS TO TBI John A. Salzer Seed Co., La Crosse. Wis., and receive in return their big catalog and lots of farm seed samples. (W. N. U.) BURIED BY ANCIENT KINGS. Rare Treasures Secreted In Lyblan Desert by Monarch of Egypt. While studying In the British mu seum a papyrus which was published 4,000 years before Christ an Egyptol ogist recently found a clear and con cise account of the treasures which the ancient sovereigns of Egypt burled In various parts of the Lyblan desert, and now an expedition is being form ed In London for the purpose of searching for this wealth. Tha neces sary funds have already been secured and In a short time a few skilled ex plorers will start for the desert, where the technical work will be prosecuted under the supervision of Messrs. Lake and Currle, two English engineers. The writer of the ancient papyrus says that the Pharaohs hid an Im mense quantity of gold and precious stones in the region which is known by the name of the "Valley of Kings," and there the first excavations will be made. The task will not be easy, since the country to be searched ex tends over 40.000 square leagues. Quidrlcycle Fire Engine, A Quadricycle, composed of two tan1 dem bicycles arranged side by side, has been invented in Paris to serve as a Are engine In cases of emergency. It ll worked by four men, and Is fitted up with the necessary bose pipes and fittings, which occupy the space be tween the riders. On reaching .the acene of action it will be the work of a minute to bring tbe hose pipes Into play on the fire. WELL POSTED. A California Doctor With 40 Years' Experience. "In my 40 years' experience as a teacher and practitioner along hygie nio lines," says' a Los Angeles physi cian, "I have never found a food to compare with Grape-Nuts for the bene fit of the general health of all classes of people. I have recommended Grape-Nuts for a number of years to patients with the greatest success and every year's experience makes me more enthusiastic regarding its use. "I make It a rule to always recom mend Grape-Nuts and Postum Food Coffee in place of coffee when giving my patients Instructions as to diet, for I know both Grape-Nuts and Postum can be digested by anyone. "As for myself, when engaged in much mental work my diet twice a day consists of Grape-Nuts and rich cream. I find It Just the thing to build up gray matter and keep the brain In good working order. "In addition to ita wonderful efTecta a a brain and nerve food Grape Nun always keeps the dlgedtiv organs In perfect, healthy tone. I carry It with me when I travel, otherwise I am almost certain to have trouble with my stomach." Name given by Postum Co., Battle Creek, Mich. Strong Indorsements like the above from physicians all over the country have stamped Grape-Nuts the most dentlflc food in the world. There's a reason. Look In each pkg. for tha famoui tittla book. "Th Road to WenTm." NEWS SUMMARY. Three were burned to death and four probably fatally Injured in a fire ai Montreal, Canada. Forty persons were killed by an ex plosion of ten tons of gunpowder at Fort Bhatinda, in the Punjab. Theodore Peterolf, known as "Jo Jo, the dog-faced boy," Is dead of pneu monia at his home in Salouica, Turkey. Tha supreme court of Ohio has de clared unconstitutional the law per mitting trust compaules to administer estates. A bill has been introduced in tho state senate of Maryland, the purpose of which is to eliminate the nogro vote In that state. Dan Barker and his wife have been found murdered iu their home near Rlverton, Neb. Barker's brother, Frank, Is under arrest. Two robbers shot and fatally wound ed George' Beokler, a conductor on a Chicago street car, when he resisted their attempts to rob him. Chris Massey, a carpenter, Biilcidcd in a barber chair at Monterey, Cal. Massey suddenly seized a razor from the shelf and cut his throat There has been hard fighting around Monte Crlsti and Santiago de Los Ca belleros,. Dftnlsh West Indies. Hun dreds of men have been killed and business is paralyzed. The Jury In the case of Colonel Ed Butler, the millionaire St. Louis poli tician, on trial on a charge of bribing nineteen members of the house of del egates of St. Louis, returned a verdict of not guilty. The postofflce department an nounces that . all rural free delivery carriers in the United 8tates will have a holiday February 22, Washington's birthday. There are, approximately, 20,000 of these carriers. In a fight on Olive street, St. Louis, before daylight, Joseph Littler, pro prietor of tho Bachelor hotel on Olive street, was Bhot and lnstanly killed and Policeman Edward Mackole was shot and seriously wounded. . f ,,r A dispatch received from Soda, Bul garia, says the chiefs of the Macedon ian revolutionary organization In the Interior have sent out circulars to the members of the organization ordering a renewal of the Insurrection, The monthly statement of the public debt shows that at the close of busi ness January 30, 1904, the total debt, less cash In the treasury, amounted to $915,062,543, which Is an Increase of $311,603, as compared with the preced ing month. Miss Kate Morlarlty is dead at Springfield, Mass., from heart failure which was caused, according to the doctors, by pressure from corset stays. She fainted while dancing, waa re moved from tho ball room and died within a few minutes. , Munitions of war Intended for Gen eral Jlmlnez, the Dominican revolu tionary leader, were seized at Puerto Plata on the north coast of tho repub lic of Santo Domingo, after having been landed there by the steamer New York from New York. Walter M. Woolnough. probably the oldest newspaper editor In Michigan, Is dead, aged 83 years. Mr. Woolnough started the first paper published In Battle Creek, and was one of the men present at the organization of the Re publican party at Jackson . A Tribune special says the Smoot Inquiry promises to be a prolonged one, Chairman Burrows having been given unlimited power to summon wit nesses, and a sub-committee may be appointed to visit Utah. The Leillch charges will not be entered Into. Sam Yung, a Chinaman, was brutally murdered in Chinatown, San Fran cisco.' Shortly afer 6 o'clock four un known Chinese entered the restaurant where Yung was employed as cook, at tacked him with cleavers and knives, and literally hacked him to death. Several accredited agents of the Japanese imperial remount department are In the Okanogan and Nicola dl tricts of British Columbia purchasing horses for the Japanese cavalry and for the land transport service. Other buyers are In Asalniboln and Alberta. A storm accompanied by rain, hall, thunder and lightning swept through Kentucky Saturday night, causing damage which will run into the hun. dreds of thousands of dollars. Cornish vllle, Carlisle, Fairvlew. Point Lick and a score of other towns report losses. M. S. Otero, probably the wealthiest man In New Mexico, delegate in con grecs from 1879 to 1888, and one of the leading business men of the territory, Is dead at his home In Albuquerque ot apoplexy. He wrs a cousin of M. O. Otero, at present governor of New Mexico. A dispatch from Yokohama an nounces the marriage there of George D. Morgan, nephew of J. Plerpont Mor gan, to Miss Yukl Kato, a native of Japan. The young man has been trav eling extensively since he left Yale ten years ago and has resided in Japan two years. The National Editorial association at its meeting last week passed a reso lution offered by Charles Franls, edi tor of the Troy (N. Y.) Times, strong ly indorsing President Roosevelt for the nomination for the presidency, and pledging the best efforts of the asso ciation to that end. A meeting will be held in Omaha, March 1, at which It Is proposed to consolidate all the co-operative agri cultural Interests In the Mississippi valley In other words, to form a farm ers' trupt. It. will be known as the Na tional Farmers' Exchange, and cap italized at $50,000,000. The agricultural appropriation bill, as reported to the house, carries a to tal of $5,711,240, an increase of $233,000 over the current law. Only two salar ies are raised by the bill, and those only temporarily, being $500 each to the chiefs of the bureaus of animal in durtry aad entomology. CAUGHT BY TH E G R I P. RELEASED BY PE-RU-NA. il S3r3fes. JH l rilS Lincoln AVrll irr"f- :' I I gj hurst nit. VV - r Y "The world o M fe1 j medicine recognizes h t J fJz . X Grip as epidemic SA ''' J I catarrh."- S4 I I Medical Talk. fefS " 1 LA GRIPPE ii epldcmln catarrh. It snares no clasn or nationality. Tim cultured and thi ignoraut, the aristocrat and the panixr. t he masses anil tne classes are alike subject to la grippe. Noueare exempt all are liable. Have yon tbe grip? Or, rather, has tliA orln o-nt. vtmr llrn Is well named. The original French term, la gripiw, has been shortened bvtlie busy American to read "grip." Without intending to do so anew word has been coined that exactly describes the ease As if some hideous ffiantwith awful (Imp hail cltiirlioil ns n its fatal clasp Meu, women, children, Dust In the Air. Approaching the great centers of population the quantity ot dust held In suspension by the air Increases enormously. According to Sir James Crlchton Browne, the air of London contains 150,000 proportional parts of dust to Paris' 210,000, while In Argyl shire, Scotland, there are only 200. Arid Land Made Fruitful. Those parched, dry, arid pluins of Mont., Colo., Ariz., Idaho and other dry lands respond quickly and give a big yield when planted to Bulzer's Spellz, Hanna Harlev. Macaroni Wheat. 60 Day Earliest bats, Million Dollar Grass and Bromus Inermls. Above Feem to flourish and laugh at droughts and arid soils. Jt'ST SEND IOC IS BTiMl'S and this notice to John A. Palzer Peed Co., La Crosse, Wis., for their big cat alog and farm seed samples. (W. N. U.) To Test Farm Machines. The Agricultural Society of Lorn bardy has decided to found and main tain In Milan a trial station for the the testing of agricultural machines. Feet Comfortable Ever Since. "1 suffered for years with my feet. A friend recommended A1.LKN K F(X)T-F.ASK. I used two boxes of the powder, and lny feet have been entirely comfortable ever Bince. ALLB:N'S FOOT-KANE is certainly a (rod Bend to me. Win. I.. Kwnriimtclt. Washing ton, I). C." Sold by ull Druggists, iJOo. Trusts in Sweden. Following the example of other countries, numerous trusts have been formed In Sweden, especially In tim ber, matches and mltilng. PUTNAM FADELESS DYES tolor more goods, per package, than others. Durability of Sycamore. The durability of sycamore wood in vouched for by a specimen In a Cairo museum. It Is nearly 6,000 years old and U in perfect condition. Congress, To be held at El Paso, Texas, this fall, nrnmlses to be of great interest to rinnl torn In Inter-Mountain country, and addresses will he made by Amor lean and foreign irrigation authorities. An interesting program, including a ta Movlenn hull flcht. will bo .Ivan hv the citizens. For further in formation regarding date of above Q.tinn- railroad fares, etc., address r. v Warren, room No. 411, Dooly block, Salt Lake City, Utah. The Image of His Father. "Well well," exclaimed the bachelor friend, seeing the baby for the first .i. "lank, he's the dead image of vou." "Don't you believe it," replied he who had been up half the nignt; 'he's the living Image if he's auy thing." MEXICAN Mustang Liniment ia a positive care for Piles. An Egg Tester Free v ,kt,f. n:lnrn.atar and brooder catalotne, eonuininr imcnt much other valuable and mitr althtaen view tl.e deveioomentof the chick In th moll free, byen4'u to GEO. W. 6TAHL, Qulnoy, IU pay for poa)aa auo pacaioa. Vlli",..!. in' j.....--. ZlVi I whole towns and cities are naught in the baneful Krip of a terrible monster. Tim fiiUnwiui! lettent tuieak for them selves as to the. eflicacy of l'enma In oases of la grippe or its after effects. After Effects of La Grippe Eradicated by Pe-ru-na. Mrs. Fred WeinWger, Westerlo, Albany County, N. Y , writeB: ".Several years ago I had an attack of la grlpie which left my nerves iu a prostrated condition. Then 1 had an other attack of la grippe which left me worse. I hud tried three good physiciaus FREE Send for it to-day. It tells you all about our 'WESTERN SEEDS FOR. WESTERN PLANTERS" We are the only extensive growers in the Middle West,. Our Spe cial eatalinrua for lieu Supplies, Poultry Supplies, Fruit Packages are free. Ask for them all If interested. BARTELDES & COMPANY Tho Old r.ellabla Colorado Seed Hons. 1521 13th STREET. DENVER., COLORADO. HALL'S CANKER AND FOB THS MOUTM, TH0T, STOMACH AND BOWELS.... NEVER Nalden-Judson Drug Co., General WE TREAT 111 CUBE CATARRH-rtamfnei. Note and Thront Trim blfi K) mid Kir J i hhhhhn. HmnHilal ami I.'hiji I rmiblet, Athma Hinmurti, Uir ant kUItiuy MaMmim. Btatliler TnnUi'i. I'nu 4'um platma. Chronic llMnw of WoumuMBilOlii.tt rou, Hflurt JJtmmse, Nenmun UiM-avo. Oliuu-a, (Hi . VI urn' DaiH'Ot, Hloneu, rtpiual TiHtalxe.jj Hkln l)lMi;i HolntW'u and RUeiiitmlUni. 11 atmnei nf the Howell. 11 kin. Flemla and Kuctnl Trouble!. olir tor hid nfli kt. Wood 1 lti.Nia, Tune Worm, Hay Kevcr. UynUdria. Knty, liihomnta, W., (tod U Mervoua and U11W6 IMseutea. r , Hon. Treatment ynipiom DE. A.J. HOURS. Couauitutluu Irei'. Weak Men ff ron.nlTHr from nnv of the weaknaiaea or dl- ki.kpk ranked lr ImuM-anea. dH'Ipulon or ."'l;'( Ion VU U AUK TUK VliUV rEltrtUM W WAS I' W hai nrovPii our akjll In eurlnf CHItnNlC disusa by .instil tin tbe many Tohmtary teii-HH.nii.i- rnmi bouiw people, glvltm name, pictures ami Ril(lruh-pH. WE CAN'T !! 1U.IHH tll'II (TBE8 IN I'KIVAI K MNKASS Be.a.nn It neii.di bvtrar e..nnteuue. Henc we hare to ir.il. O.ir null! In tlilH clue, uf trouble la uollier way. Tb our pluu DRS. SHORES & SHORES. Miners' and PrcsiectJrs' Common and Norwuy liar Iront Drill, I'lrk hikI Ituripy Htt; Oxk. Tn Hint Vid Lrnthrr llelt Inr; Kulibr Itt-ltlut:; Wdfl. Iwrntwi; luanton IIhihI and VAT iiltr Khwx; Mhi Iron and Hht-w-t Kteif Hubhrr I'ackt' Kt r.ltnn Vwtr; l'trka and WIiot lai Hu Mier Hint"; rip"MMd Fit t ne: Kot-( Nalla: llMinmrraKd I'lck H h iid lew: HlHchainllli Brt Iown: I'lpe Wrfiu'lim; Ontla, Htfka ami Iiw; Mine Rail, tt t to U.; Iro.i Koi.Umk: Hurrri'e Fine Toolfl fr Mrrbmiloa; Ktnvea mid Hung-Hi; 4 onkluc I tfim'U Hnd GnlVMnlirerl Wmtmi Mt nl nt It.ut Miid rinthlnv; Hoanttirfw'rn OvprMlU, Cor rHOMlf lieu !ullclted. CAPSICUM VASELINE .. (Ptrf if in aoLtA.lBi.a Traaa) k abalitu-. lor and aui.friorto mu.urdor anr other rlaitec, and will not bliatar tha most delirota aim. 1 h pain allarin nd curall qualitiea o( (hi urticla ai waniiarlul. It will atop tha toothache at orira. and relieve haad a. ho and .cialica. W ererommend itaa the be.t and aalest axtai nal countrrtrritant known, alao aa an aiWrnal ramadf for ain ill the chaat and Btotnach and aii thsnmatic. neiirakiic and foutr roroflaim.. A trial will pro what wa claim for it. nd it will b found to bo invalu able in the hou.el.M.I. Manx pcoi.la lit ' it I' the beat of all jnr-i preoaratioos." Pric I cents, at all drui.ist or other dealer., or bf endina this amount to u ia postage atamrs we will send you a tut-e bymr.it. wo article snowa j: be accepted by the public miters lb aania oanias our label, a otbcrwi.e it 1 not xentuo. CHESEBROl TtH MFfl, fe?.. 17 btate Street, Ntw York Cit Supplies... Ifcri but all In vain. I gave IVmoa trial. .4 lu a ohort time I was feeling Defter and now I am as well as anyone. "Mr, i red Weinberger. ' Hon. James R. Guill of Omaha. , Hon. James R.,iuill is one of the oldest and most esteemed men of Omaha, Neb. lie has done ninth to malietwbatitiB, serving en public boanls a number of times, lie endorses 1 'eruiia in the follow ing words : " " . "1 am liK years old. am hale and hearty, and l'enmii has helped mo attain it. Two years ago I had la gt'il'pe y J1'8 was despaired of. I'eruua saved me " J. it tiuill. A Relative of Abraham Lincoln. Mr. Mian P. Lincoln, who resides at 01H I Sti-et't, X. W., Washington, D C, has the honor of beinn third cousin to Abraham Lincoln. He writes: "I had la grippe five times before using votir medicine. Four yearn ego 1 began the use of I'ermia, since bieli time I have not been troubled with that dii-case. I can now do as much work at my desk as I ever could in my life. I havo gained more than ten pounds iu weight." 1. K J-mcoin. Pe-ru-na Not Only Cured La Grippe but Benefited the Whole Syntem. Miss Alice M. Dressier. N. Bryant Ave., Minneapolis, Minn., writes: "Ust spring I Kiidercd from la grippe and was partially cured but the bail alter effect, remained Ihroirgh the summer ami somehow I did not. get strong as I was before. Oneof my college friends who was visiting me asked mo to try l'eruna and I did so and found it all and more than I had expected. It not only cured me of the catarrh but restored me to per fect health, built up the entire system and brought a happy feeling of buoyancy which I had not known for years." Alice M. Dressier. An Actress' Testimony. Miss Jean Cowgill, Griswold Opera House, Troy, N. Y-. Is the leading lady with the Aubrey Stock' Co. fche writes tbe following: 'During the past w inter of 1001, 1 suf fered for several weeks from a severe attack of grippe, which left a serious catarrhal condition of tho throat and head. "home one suggested Termin. As a last resort, after wasting much fine, and money on physician, I tried the remedy faithfully, anil In a few weeks was as well as ever. "Jean Cow gill. A Southern Judge Cured. Jnlga Horatio J. Goss, Ilartwell, Ga., writes: , "Some five or six venin ago I had very severe spell ef grippe, which left me with systemic catarrh. A friend advised me to try your l'eruna which. I did, and was Immediately benefited and cured. The third bottle completed the cure." H. J. ' Goss. If you do 'not de'rrve prompt and satis factory results from tbe use of l'eruna, write at once to Dr. llartimw, giving a full statement of your case and he will be pleased to give you his valuable wlvioe '"Address' Dr. Hartman, President of The Hartmau Sanitarium, Columbus, O. ILLUSTRATED CATALOGVE WESTERN SEEDS DIPHTHERIA REMEDY FAILS POR SALS BY ALL DRUGGISTS ANO QfcNSRAL STOKES Agents. Salt lake City, Utah. "Writ for m If iniaiiniit i'alL Pay When Cured Wm r ton firm, and t-Ueii a ft UKARwNA HIJ S FKK whon yon lire ct:n(l. Von ran .iei imi uikh our worfi. thMiMiiiot of :iMiMMn ri.ive io.MtM! ua. NOW, WK WANT Tut I UK VoU wi li thti dle- I ma niidflrMandliitr 'but o will not. tlnmund ft IYK UiH I) flirt" ion. Tl.iawUe t Uni Mnn bood. Ortftmle Wnnknpfm. rMxMnuiion-hoeii. Vari cocele, I)im-im of th Pn -Mime ijianti. I n natural i a '.., oiitniriml ll;rilern. 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