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E. W. Walton, Condr. S. P. Ry., 71l Van Ness St., San Antonio, Tex. writes: "During the sumjner and fall of 1902, my annoyance tom catarrh reached that stage where it was actual misery and developed alarming symp toms, such as a very deep-seated cough, night sweats, and pains in the head and eheet. I experimented with several so oalldi remedies before 1 finally decided to take a thorough course of Peruns. "Twoof my friends had gone so far as to inform me that the thing for me to d, was to resign my position and seek a higher, more congenial climate. Every one thought I had consumption and I was not expected to live very long. "Having procured some Peruna, I de eided to give it a thorough test and ap plied myself assiduously to the task of taking it, as per instructions, in the meantime. "The effects were soon apparent, all alarming symptoms disappeared and my general health became fully as good as it had ever been in my life. "I have resorted to the use of Peruna on two or three occasions since that time to cure myself of bad colds." A lie is a poor substitute for the truth, but it is the only one discov ered up to date. It is easier to love some woman than to have to tell them you do. STATB or OHxo, CITY or TOLaDO, . Lucks CoNTY. FaAsl J. Cs.KNY makes oath that he is senior partnerof the firm of F. J. Casusr & Co., doing business in the City of Toledo, County and State aforesaid, and that said firm will pay the sum of oxs nuNDasD DOL LANs for each and every ease of CATAaan that cannot be - ured ty the use of HALL's CaTsans Cnas. FaNs J. CHBisT. sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence, this 6th day of December, A. D, s". A. W. GLEASON, (sZAL.) Notary Public. gall'sCatarrhCure is taken internally,and sets directly on the blood and mucous sur faoes of the system. Bend for testimonials, tree. J. .ClWEN & Co., Toledo, O. Sold by all Druggists, 75o. Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation. An injustice to the Peary Dogs. What has become of the posse or. dered out to kill the wolves that kill ed the deer on Little Sebago Lake? Nothing has been heard from the val lasnt hunters for more than a week except a report that the wolves were not wolves at all but were members of Commander Peary's collection of Dpquimaux dogs. Now comes a de nial that any of the Peary dogs have escaped to the mainland from the island where they are kept in order to masquerade as wolves. It begins to look as if the animals which killed the deer at Sebago would prove to be as mysterious as the panther reported from Saddleback Mountain in the town of Moscow and the "weird, wild wolf dogs" which years ago were said to have devoured a boy on Jewell's Island, the boy subsequently turning up all right at the house of a relative -Kennebec Journal. Morero that Lydia E. Pink ham's V etbleCompound saves woman from urg operation. Mrs. S. A. Wllams, of Gardiner. Maine, writes: "I was a great suferer from female troubles, ana Lyda . Pinkham's Vege table Compound restored me to health in three months, after my physician declsared that an operation was abso lutely necessary." Mrs. Alvina Spern cf 154 Cley. bourne Ave. Chiuca l, writes: "I safere from female troubles, a tumor and much inflammation. Two of the best doctors in Chicago decided that an opration was necessary to save my li. Lydia . Pinkham's Vegetable Compoead entirely cured me without an operation." FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN. For thirty years Lydia E. Pink nam's Vegetable Compound, made from roots and herbs, has been the standard remedy for female ills, and has positively cured thousands of women who have been troubled with displacements, inflammation, ulcers i ion, fibroid tumors, irretularities, eriodic pans, backache, that bear. -down lin flatulsncy, indieas. q~~uaor nervouFu gPrstraon. W ent yes try it ? . pt. SL~iEr'r i 'th, Ar cme '=sal~~C.sLi~' -ag DI S BRIEF NEWS SUMMARY, From All Sources, State, b National and Foreign. The trial of A. Oregori is begun d in Paris. An alleged German spy was ar I r'sted in France. W. J. Bryan delivered three Sspeeches at Peoria, Ill. Asiatic cholera is spreading rap idly in St. Petersburg. A severe gale caused great dam age on the English coast. The Congo annexation treaty was ratified by the Belgian Senate. The American battleship fleet ar rived at Albany, West Australia. Samuel Gompers says Speaker Can non will be defeated for re-election. The Methodist Church will attempt to defeat Speaker Cannon for re election. Queen Wilhelmina of Holland is expecting an heir to the Dutch throne. John W Kern. Democratic candi date for vice president will tour the South. 1 70 years old, leader of the Italian colony at Daphnie, Ala., died sud denly. Orville Wright broke the aero , plane record in this country at Fort h Myer. The New York Sub-treasury trans ferred $100,000 in currency to New e Orleans. Judge W. H. Taft will attend the y Deep Waterways Convention at Chi cago. The Illinois Democratic Convention d nominated Adlai E. Stevenson for governor. W. J. Bryan attended a meeting of the Democratic National Committee at Chicago. The Paris Temps bitterly attacked the Moroccan policy of the German Government. ? The newspapers or Russia appear almost without exception as Tolstoi jubilee numbers. Feeling between France and Ger I many over the Moroccan question has t reached high tension. John Mitchell says he is not an ap plicant for the position of Commis sioner of Immigration. Judge Alton B. Parker said he was not willing to make the race for Governor of New York. An American syndicate has secured an option on the .house built by Ben jamin Franklin in Paris. George L. Lilley was nominated for Governor by the Connecticut ste publian Convention. Secretary Straus, of the Depart ment of Commerce and Labor will take the stump for Taft. The Postofflce Department will shortly establsih railroad mail head quarters at New Orleans. The Democratic National Com mittee wil make a strong effort to carry the Pacific Coast States. The St. Vincent, the largest and heaviest battleship, ever built for the British Navy, was launched at Ports mouth. Developments show that M. Al berti, ex-Minister of Justice of Den mark, committed frauds aggregating millions of dollars. The Coroner's Jury at Omaha de clared that Dr. Frederick Rustin was slain, and ordered that Charles E. Davis be held. Chairman Hitcl^ock recognized the Swisher faction as the regular Re publican organization in West Vir ginia. Connecticut Republicans are en gaged in a bitter factional fight over the nomination of George F. Lilley for governor. The United States Supreme Court will give the appeal Involving the validity of the Railroad Commodity l.aw an immediate hearing. Marquis katsura, the new Premier and Minister of Finance, outlined a policy of rigid economy for Japan in an address at Tokyo. In a flight in his aeroplane at Fort Meyer. Orville Wlright broke his own record by remaining in the air 62 minutes and 15 seconds. The steamer Spartan Prince. Cap tain Smith, of the Prince Line, has been lost at sea after collision with an unknown bark. Three persons were probably fa tally injured when a race horse ran into spectators at the State fair at Wheeling, Va. The Natioenal Alsooiation of Post office Clerks, in session at Birming ham, decided to meet next at At lantic City lastic City. of the American Druggists' syndicate. Chikago is to have a kosher hee pital. This was doetermilam at an !ethuslastite meeting of orthodox Jews. Ten thousand dolaers was su'b sucrtihed, and the orsatisation eof the hospital will begla at osoe. John Mitchell, ex-President of tht United Mine Workers may succeed the late Frank P. Sargent as Com mislsioner of Immigration. Three thousand retail druggists, from every state and territory ex cept Alaska, are in New York, at tending the third annual convention The German Government is pre paring the public mind for a far-. reaching plan for the increase of im perial taxation and the reduction of; the imperial debt, which will be sub mitted to the Reichstag. W. J. Bryan, in .his speechmaking tour through Illinois and Indiana, re plied to Speaker Cannon's charge that he (Bryan) was worth a mil lion dollars. Bryan said he was not worth over $150,000, every cent of which was made honestly. He call ed upon Cannon to explain his own wealth. The commodities clause of the HApburn Railroad Act was declared to be uncolstitutional by the United States Circluit Court for the Eastern a DIstrtit a Pumasltanai THE SAFE WAY TO BUY PAINT. Property owners will save a deal of trouble and expense in keeping their buildings properly painted, it they know how to protect themselves against misrepresentation and adul teration in paint materials. There's one sure and safe guide to a pure and thoroughly dependable White Lead that's the "Dutch Boy Painter" trade mark which the National Lead Com pany, the largest makers of genuine White Lead, place on every package of their product. This company sends a simple and sure little outfit for test ing white lead, and a valuable paint book, free, to all who write for it. Their address is Woodbridge Bldg., New York City. Dolls are made for girls to play with, not men to marry. licks' Capudine Cures Nervosness, Whether tired out, worried, overwork ed, or what not. It refreshes the brain and nerves. It's Liquid and pleasant to take. 10c. 25c, and 50c at drug stores. Money talks, but nobody notices what kind of grammar it uses. To Drive Oat Malaria and Build Up the System Take the Old Standard Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic. You know what you are taking. The formula is plain ly printed on every bottle, showing it Is simply Quinine and Iron in a taste less form, and the most effectual form. For grown people and children, 50c. Trouble is something that many are looking for, but nobody wants. John B. Dickey's old reliable eye water cures sore eyes or granulated lids. Don't hurt, feels good; get the genuine in red box. The worst of life is that there is so ;ittli of it. Truth and Quality I sppeal to the Well-Informed in every walk of life and are essential to permanent Iuccess and creditable standing. Accor ingly, it is not claimed that Syrup of Figs nmd Elixir of Senna is the only remedy of r known value, but one of many reasons I why it is the best of personal and family laxatives is the fact that it cleanses, sweetens and relieves the internal organs )n which it acts without any debilitating ,fter effects and without having to increase the quantity from time to time. It acts pleasantly and naturally and truly as a laxative, and its component T )arts are known to and approved by r,ysicians, as it is free from all objection Iblc substances. To get its beneficial `Tects always purchase the genuine- nanufactured by the California Fig Syrup 2o., only, and for sale by all leading drug gists. Tricks of the Paris Beggar. This city is the happy hunting ground of the beggar, and especially at the New Year. He stops you at every corner of the street; he tries to hand you out of your carriage the moment you stop before shop or ree taurant. It is partly the Influence of the season, but it is an evil that is al ways with us more or less. Some have quite ingenious tricks to tempt the pity of the passer by. One lady, who is well known, de clares every evening at the Oare St. Lazare to any sympathetic looking stranger that she is a governess, and has lost her purse, and would the kind centleman lend her thirty centimes. "And be pleased to give me your card," she adds. "so that I may re turn the money." The ruse generally succeeds. but the mendicant has never been known to take the omnibus, ex r,)pt at the close of a profitable eve nrng, when she has probably victim ized a dozen good natured persons. Another woman who plies her sing-t lar industry in the Place de la Con rorde, addresses herself exclusively to her own sex. As a result, she ob tains as much as five or ten francs 'rm !t-ndly matrons who are touched by hr story. At the New Year the usual crop of brgars is so immensely increased ,hat one supposes that the compare Ively well off must descend into the ttreet to try their luck. No doubt it :s a "metier" that has its fascinations, speclially if it be but temporary. Paris correspondence Pall Mall 0G "THE PALE GIRL" Did Not Know Coffee Was the (aes In cold weather some people think a cup of hot coffee good to help keep warm. So t it s-for a short time but the drug-caffeine-acts on the heart to weaken the circulation and the re. action is to cause more chilliness. There is a hot wholesome drink which a Dak. girl toond rafter a time, makes the blood warm arnd the heart strong. She says: "Fayvlng Uad otr fve e 13 hI . Dak., I have used oeskle e - owtingo o the * desld s. m a a sult I had adaM uIadh ~, gubered trees tIgm bet a Itte' li me. "I was knows a th 'pe g'. nd people tbeeght I w 3 )ft -eMl. After a time I had bawt treW ned became way wevess, n r tee what it was to be mrel wr. SL modelMsoe bet ft r seeme to Is any geed. "he beling married my hsmd *ad I beth hae theght esae w harmingl as sad we would qeut e to begin again, althoagh we felt ft wu the same poieso to aus "Then we got some Peelem. We, the efect was really soada~'. M eomplezion is clear new, hsadehg ,gone, and I have a greFat del 1t we ergy I bad never hano wbfle vh Ing coffee. "I haven't been treobled with ldi getion sine Nipg Pos~an. am at nerne, aad eed ,no medidime We have a little gil and boy whLo e losve Postum and thrive eo it and "There's a leasen." Nme given by Pestm Ce., Battle Creek, Mich. Reed "The lead t WeUtlle," in, pIgs. ver read the abee lettr? AL - one appems *em time to teI. They ari wemei ~bue. end d Capudine Cures Indigestion Paine, Beldching, Sour Stomach and Heartburn from whatever cause. It's Liquid. E. t fects immediately. Doctors prescribe it. IOc, 26c, and 50c at drug stores. The world is full of willing people -some willing to work and some willing to let them. EYESIGHT WAS IN DANGER Prom Terrible Ecaemab--aby's Hee4 a Mass of Itebrag Rash sad es -Disease Cured by Cutcara. "Our little girl was two months old.whes she got a rash on her face and withian e I days her tace and head were all one soen. We used different remedies but it got worse instead of better and we thought she would turn blind and that her ears would fall off. She suffered terribly, and .would scratch until the blood came. This went on until she was live months old, thea I had her under our family doctor's cate, but she continued to grow worse. He said it was eczema. When she was seven moaths old 1 started to use the Cuticura Remedies and in two months our baby was a difer ent girl. You'could not sea a sig of a sore and she was as fair as a new-bon baby. ibe has not had a sign of the em since. Mrs. H. F. Budhe, LeBeur, Mia, Apr. 15 and May 2, 1907." A chauffeur is a man who is smart enough to work an automobile, but clever enough not to own one. TiE J.R.WATKIHS MED.CO. 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The cotning seesion promllde to he the hbet Im It ýr of sdt-ono teyears Ite ldeal are hish. equrpmennt ample. exluseRq mn-a erte Its location is an education.l center. has no saloons and la kLnn Lokr itsu cUA L ttur T mty t.s . COVGER JACKSON TENNESSEE. rOR CATALOG ! Leepedeza Seed. November and DecemIier FOR SALE! A. d 1908 crop. IHay In oarhoad Iots and lss now. Seed oats. very tine ret. rustproof August. Ited Iflled 4rade catule. September and October delivery. J. BURRUSS McGEHEE, Crop of 1908. Name this paper. LAUREL HLL. West Feliclans Perta LA CHEAP RATES TO NEW ORLEANS "The City of Opportunity" DURING SEPTEMBER COME to New Orleans and Visit the Great Manufacturers' Exhibition where 110 leading manufac turers of NewOrleans will display their goods. Nearly every line of Industry is represented. 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[PARTIAL LIST OF PRIZES.] 58 Upright phianos ..................$ 18,692 1 Combination Pipe Organ......... 1,500 2 Grand Pianos .................. 2,000 72 People's Bank Certificates (cash).. 1,000 417 Other prizes, aggregating in value - 13,777 GLan TomAL .................-36,969 Every dollar spent in new purchuases, and every dollar paid upon old aeecounts secures so many votes. Any one may com pete. Schools, Churches, Sunday Schools and Societies can club together. The dlstrflbution closes at midnight December 24th thus five huldred d fifty persees will receive magnfioent hMstmas presents. 4J Write Immediately for full list of pries and rules showing what a great opportunity this offers to earn a valuable prime for little work and effort. PHILIP WERLEIN, LTD. Depermet Store of Mud€. 605-607-609 CANAL STREET, NEW ORLEANS. ssd rotdry 18w £&aruhed N,.w Odrgma 18570