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A Cos* */ Miss Mary O'Brien, 806 Myrtle Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y., writes : **Perumt cured me In five weeks of catarrh of the stomach , afLey suffering for four years and doctor ing without effect. * In common with other grateful ones who have been benefited by your discovery, I say. All hall to'P'eruna.** Mr. 11. J. Henneman, Oakland, Neb., writes: “I waited before writing to you about my sickness, catarrh of the stom ach, \v hieh I had over a year ago. “There were people who told rae it would not stay cured, but I am sure that I am cured, for I do not feel any more ill effects, have a good appetite and am getting fat. So I am, and will say to all, 1 am cured for good. “I thank you for your kindness. •*Peruna will be our bouse medicine hereafter . ” Catarrh of the stomach is also known in common parlance as dyspepsia, gas tritis and indigestion. No medicine will be of any permanent benefit except it removes the catarrhal condition. Gained Strength and Flesh. Miss Julia Butler, R. R. 4, Appleton, Wis., writes she had catarrh of the stomach, causing loss of sleep and appe tite, with frequent severe pains after eating. She took Pernua, her appetite returned, she gained strength, flesh and perfect health. Hunting Rifles A From the ten different Winchester repeaters you can surely select a rifle adapted for hunting your favorite game, be It squirrels or grizzly bears. No matter which model you select you can count on its being well made, ac curate and reliable. . SHOOT WINCHESTER CARTRIDGES IN WINCHESTER GUNS * *— ■■■ - ■ Mica Axle Grease - '4*. Best lubricant for axles in the world —long wearing and very ad hesive. ' Makes a heavy load draw like a light one. Saves half the wear on wagon and team, and increases the earning capacity of your outfit. Ask your dealer for Hicu Axle Qreose, lewiDefetiii i DPAUPDC of this paper de- KfcjyJLKO its cOhiUJRS Should insist upon hawrg what they ask for, refusihg it! suDSti tutes or imitations. NEW WAYS OF SERVING EGGS. When the Palate Become* Tired of the Old Preparations. ft'hera are a good many article* of food which are digested easily, but which lack flavor and the palate eas ily tire* of them. One of these is eggs, and the difficulty can be over come by serving them with some de cided flavor. Tomato sauce, an chovy toast, stewed celery, and many other things will suggest themselves to the mind of the housekeeper who is seeking to make this easily digest ed nutritive food acceptable to some member pf her family. Sometimes it can he flavored with a sprinkling of cheese, sometimes worked Into the diet in some other form as Custards. The principle In dealing with the sim ple foods for invalids or people who have some difficulty In nutrition is to use flavors in different forms with dis cretion, to avoid tiring the taste and yet give the amount of nutrition necessary under cover of different flavors. MAKES LAUNDRY WORK EASY. V 1 ■■■■■■ Follow These Rirections and You Will Lighten Labor. t - - You can do a morning’s work in one hour and a halt by following these directions: Put eight cents’ worth of borax, five cents’ worth of salts tartar, five cents’ worth of powdered ammonia, and one package of potash into five quarts of boiling water. Turn one quart of water onto the potash first and let it stand until cool, then add the rest. Let the mixture stand 24 hours, ,and it is ready to use. This makes enough for 20 washes. When ready to use, take one coffee cupful of the “Quick and Easy,” shave half a cake of soap, and add them to your boilerful of clothes. 801 l half an hour. A good rinsing in your bluing water is all that is necessary, unless some collar or wristband is very much soiled.—Harper’s Bazar. Regenerate Salts. Smelling salts can, be made to last for years if fresh spirits are poured over the balls of salt from time to time, so as to keep up the original strength of the mixture. Many peo ple use spirits of ammonia in this connection, but a still more powerful specific may be found in a combina tion of this spirit with oil of lavender, in the proportion.of two parts of the former to one of the latter. In pro curing the ammonia, however, care must be taken to avoid choosing aro matic spirits of ammonia in error, the water which it contains prevent ing it from amalgamating with the oil. The Baby’s Bib. Danish angora cloth is splendid material for infants’ bibs on account of its weight, and It launders beauti fully. The embroidery should be done with a fairly heavy cotton and the stitches should be close and even. If daisies are used In embroidering the bib they should be worked In sat in-stitched, the leaves voided, or, in other words, worked from mid-vein to edge on both sides. French knots may be used to fill the centers. A lingerie button and a little loop close the bib at the back. Raspberry Whip. Beal the white of one egg with one cupful of pulverized sugar and one and one-half cupfuls of mashed rasp berries together 30 minutes. Pile In center of a chop plate or platter &nd pour around a custard. Serve with macaroons. New Piping. The increasing demands for piping has made the progressive dressmaker seek for some more perfect and easy method of making her dresS trim mings. The shops are now showing bias-seamed tapes made of good qual ity and in every shade. Potato Fritter*. Take one pint of boiled and mash ed potatoes, one-half cup of hot milk, three tablespoonfuls of butter, three tablespoonfuls of sugar, two eggs, a little nutmeg, one teaspoonful salt. Add the milk, butter, sugar and sea soning to the mashed potatoes, then add the eggs, well beaten. Stir until smooth and light, spread about one half Inch deep on a buttered dish and set aside to cool. When cold cut into squares, dip into beaten eggs and in bread crumbs, fry brown in boiling fat and serve immediately. All Done by Electricity. Electricity Is being applied more and more to machinery used iu British coal mines. Some mines are now so fully equipped that nothing workable by electric energy is otherwise oper ates^ —— * Style. - Tlie literary Architecture, If it ii to he rich and expressive, involves not enly-foresight Of the end in the begin ning,, but also, development or growth of design in the process of execution. *—Walter Pater. WORN TO A SKELETON. A Wonderful Restoration Caused a Sensation In a Pennsylvania Town. Mrs. Charles N. Preston, of Elkland, Pa., says: “Three years ago I found that my housework was becoming a bur |den. I tired easily, \ mFr j had no ambition and vST WES * alllng fast - My B complexion got yel- Irt jmi l° w anc * * lost ove r 60 pounds. My thirst was terrible, and jEgSlSfefcjfc there was sugar In the kidney secretions. My doctor kept me on a strict diet, but as his medicine was not helping me, I began using Doan’s Kidney Pills. They helped me at once, and soon all traces of sugar disappeared. I have regained my former weight and am perfectly well.” Sold by all dealers. 50 cents a box. Foster-Milburn Cos., Buffalo, N. Y. A Horse’s Good Fortune. A spiritualist came to our house some time ago and claimed to be able to locate our lost friends if we de sired. We had an old horse which we had sold years ago and my mother wanted to know where he was. Moth er began: “We had a very good friend who al ways did all our work. He passed from us several years ago and the last we heard of him wns that he was In Los Angeles. I would like to know if he is still living.” The spiritualist made certain mo tions and knocked on the table and then said: - “Your friend is In Los Angeles and Is married to a rich young woman.” — Judge. Why Advertising Pays. “You will be pressed for money oftener because you have no advertis ing bills to pay than because you have,” observes the Buffalo News. “Big advertising bills and big bank balances grow, together, out of the same publicity campaigns.” The mer chant who holds down his expense ac count by cutting out advertising saves money just the way the railroads would if they should stop buying coal for their locomotives. Without coal the wheels won’t turn; without pub licity trade comes to a standstill. It pays to throw silver out of the window that gold may come in at the door. Just Crying for a Hat. “I noticed that your wife didn’t look very well this morning,” said Nex dore. “O!. It’s nothing serious,” replied Marryat, smiling. “I remarked that her eyes were very red and tearful.” “Yes; it’s merely a case of what you might call 'millinery hysteria.’ ” Oldtime Kite Carriages. The present aeronautical . activity recalls the kite craze of 55 years ago, when kite carriages were being ex tensively built and experimented with. With the aid of two large kites a car riage was pulled 25 miles an hour. New Zealand’s Good Work. New Zealand has set aside 9,000,000 acres of land for endowment for the purposes of education and old age pensions. Custom duties have been reduced on necessaries of life, and in creased in other lines to protect in dustries. FAMILY FOOD. Crisp, Toothsome and Requires No Cooking. A little boy down in N. C. asked his mother to write an account of how Grape-Nuts food had helped their fam ily. She says Grape-Nuts was first brought to her attention on a visit to Charlotte, where she visited the Mayor of that city who was using the food by the advice of his physician. She says: i “They derive so much good from it that they never pass a day without using it. While I was there I used the Food regularly. I gained about 15 pounds and felt so well that when I re turned home I began using Grape-Nuts in our family regularly. , “My little 18 months old baby short ly after being weaned was very 111 with dyspepsia and teething. She was sick nine weeks and we tried every thing. She became so emaciated that it was painful to handle her and we thought we were going to lose her. One day a happy thought urged me to try Grape-Nuts soaked in a little warm milk. ! “Well, It worked like a charm and she began taking it regularly and im provement set in at once. She is now getting well and round and fat as fast as possible on Grape-Nuts, i “Sometime ago several of the family w§re stricken with LaGrippe at the same time, and during the worst stages we could not relish anything in the shape of food but Grape-Nuts and oranges, everything else nauseated us. | “We all appreciate what your fa~ mous food has done for our family.” “There’s a Reason.” Read “The Road |U> Wellville,” in pkjfa. TWAS IN TATER TIME. One Thing, at Least, the Mother Waa Positive About. The late Senator Platt of Connec ticut enjoyed funny stories and could tell a good many himself. Notwith standing his long public life, he al ways remembered a yarn that he car ried from his school days. One year when the district schools opened in his town one of the teach ers, In making a record of the ages of her pupils, as required by law, found that one little girl, who came from a family not noted for being especially bright, was unable to say when her Jfirthday came. So in order to complete her records, the teacher walked two miles to see the girl’s mother one afternoon after school. Asked If she could remem ber just when her daughter was born, the woman thought for some little time, and then with a sort of puz zled look, said: , “Well, the gal was born In ’tater time, that’s sure, but I can’t ’member whether they was a-plantln’ on ’em or a-diggin’ on ’em.” CASE OF ECZEMA IN SOUTH. Suffered Three Years—Hands and Eye Most Affected—Now Well and Is Grateful to Cuticura. “My wife was taken badly with ecze ma for three years, and she employed a doctor with no effect at all until she employed Cuticura Soap and Ointment. One of her hands and her left eye were badly affected, and when she would stop using Cuticura Soap and Ointment the eczema came back, but very slightly, but it did her a sight of good. Then we used the entire set of Cuticura Remedies and my wife is en tirely recovered. She thanks Cuticura very much and will recommend it highly in our locality and in every nook and corner of our parish. I. M. Robert, Hydropolis, La., Jan. 5 and Sept. 1, 1906.” A Hopeless Case. "Yes,” said the business man, “I have given up trying to collect that lit tle bill from Bilkins. You see, he is a big, muscular fellow, and he used to throw my collectors out.” “Then why didn’t you employ a woman collector?” inquired a writer in Spare Moments. “He couldn’t do that to a woman.” “That’s what I thought, so I got one and sent her round, but she never came back.” “Why not?” “He married her.” Had a Cheer Coming. * Years ago, when the G. A. R. annual department encampment was held in Boston, as the veterans were marching along one of the avenues a lady, who had secured an elevated position on a wagon in a side street, became con spicuous by the enthusiasm she dis played, and was dissatisfied with the lack of it in the by-standers. “Cheer!” said she. “Why don’t you cheer? I guess you’d cheer if you’d lost two husbands in as I did.” —Life. Statue Finally Completed. When Alfred Stevens designed the noble monument to the duke of Wel lington in St. Paul’s cathedral, Lon don, he intended that his work should be crowned by an equestrian statue. But Stevens died before his design was carried out. Now, 32 years after his death, the equestrian statu© has been completed and before long will be placed In position. Irritated Eyes Get worse and worse the longer you let them go; Leonardos Golden Eye Lotion cures inflammation and soreness without pain in one day. Cooling, healing, strengthening. Get “Leonardos” —rt makes strong eyes. Guaranteed or .money refunded. Drug gists sell it at 25 cts. or forwarded pre- Baid8 aid on receipt of price by S. B. Leonard! , Cos., Tampa, Fla. Wedding Customs. She —Do all places have the same custom as we have in New York of throwing rice at the newly married couple? He —No; in I believe they throw beans, and in Milwaukee I have heard they throw beer! American Money for Canada. The value of settlers’ effects taken Into Canada by American immigrants in 1906 fiscal year was $1,158,933, against only $11,223 by British immi grants. After a Raise. • J Wbat makes him look so solemn? Ho gets his month’s salary to-mor row.*' “That's Just the trouble. His wife and his mother-in-law allow him 50 cents a week out of it, and he’s try ing to make up his mind to strike for a dollar.” Natural Fly-Paper. The plngulcula is a plant which is a natural fly-paper. Its leaves are constantly covered with a sticky sub stance that traps all insects alighting thereon. Live pure, speak true, right wrong —else, wherefore born?—Tennyson. SICK HEADACHE "—rn Positively cured by rARTERu these Little Pills. Th e y also relieve Di- IKBH ITHTI IT tress from Dyspepsia, In- W I ■ I digestion and Too Hearty pfi |\/Fk Eating. A perfect rem- Xjfl I w fclv e Jy for Dizziness, Nau- Ins p| LLS D 1 " 0^*8411 ® 88 * H m Taste in the Mouth, Coat ed Tongue, Pain in tbs BmWI Uide. TORPID LIVER They regulate the Bowels. Purely Vegetable. SMALL PILL. SMALL DOSE. SHALL PRICE. ninrcDcl Genuine Must Bear uAKItno Fac-Simile Signature IB; IgflLJ REFUSE SUBSTITUTES. Sugar. 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