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Taking Lydia E. Pinkham's
Columbus, Ohio.--"I have taker
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com
change of life. M)
doctor told me it
was good, and hincd
taking it I feel sc
much better that I
can do all my work
again. I think
Lfydia E. Pinkham'E
I egetable Com.
pound a fine remedy
for all woman's
troubles, and I
never forget to tell
my friends what it has done for me."
-Mrs. E. HAxson, 304 East Long St.,
Another Woman Helped.
Oraniteville, Vt. - "I was passing
through the Change of Life and suffered
from nervousness and other annoying
symptoms Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege
table Compound restored myhealthand
strength. and proved worth mountains
of gold to me. For the sake of other
suffering women I am willing you
should publish my letter." - MRs.
CHAtLase BaxcLS, R.F.D., Granite
Women who are paring through this
critioal period or who are suffering
from any of those distressing ills pe
caliar to their Mx should not lose sight
of the fact that for thirty years Lydia
E. Pinklham's Vegetable Compound,
Which is made from roots and herbs,
has beep the standard remedy for
fmale Ills. In almost every commu
nity you will find women who have
been restored to health by Lydia E.
Plnkham's Vegetable Compound.
It takes an awful lot of self-con
trol to enable a man to go up in the
attic every time he feels like swear
Only One "Bromo Quinine"
is Lasttive Bromo Quinine. Look
Ste signature of B..W. grove. Used the
, eaver to Cure a Cold m One Day. 28e.
'Tm afraid we have a diseapoint
meat in store for us," declared the
"Not at all, cap. We'll reach the
pole in an hour."
"And something tells me that we'll
ind a man there selling post-cards."
ý s K f t th a tL d o .o , I a . w Di L
41 Prer. street .w 'S ork City.
ais rev t in a baseball park is
good for all concerned, players anL
past. The vaudeville on Chestnut
street tw-score years ago was moral
e ovng picture show is far or
r 15 to 1 years after tnhe cvl
Tthe ere was no hundrecreation buto theo
sthuet receive ,in basball, vaudeville thatrk I
would not be tolncerated, podlayers anl
obep conert saloons and still won yrs
Mark the vaudmmenslle improveetnnt
Bstreet tcar yprovedrs ag Footb s mall and
ly mmes havebly belowen added. Vaude-ay.
ile mo cvion. The msvho g pioture
ouscheap Concert saloon and music
ra1 I15ve gone. Where ther the civilwas no
betra shere ano recreati now four series
Olsa phony concerts and ostill or-se
mule hal div.
proiato forark the immense mcopstr~vctlon of lhe
bu Canal ia s not ured.xp Foctball and
Ole is not provokThe serious critcsure
At ev trivihe largest price now sg not
owiosr, Coert the advooates of thems
hai-le have lone. yherem now ask for
srtr thean ret w formerly est no our seriematd
Ssestma-level cof Panal would Ceost.New
Thee proposal to inc'e;se the ap
n Canal is not u1op, ct~p~ep ane
t even the largest price ow S
g eted ase canl ill be wll or
having. t is worthy of observation,
howver, tht tdhe advomtes o th
the contrmction of the canal a larger
m thm eit as tformerly estimated
"Are you a benediet?"
"No; I'd like to join a lodge, but
my wife objects."-LouisvllJ Qourler
Piles Cared 1n 0 to 14 Days.
Pase Oiatment uarantsed tce aey
caeof Itebi, Blind, Beediag or Ttle
Piles g to I days or money r
Never play at any kind of games
Red, Weak, \ eary, a terI yes
Relieved by Murine Eye b~ed
Compounded by lsperienand
Con,rms to Pure }ood and lwe.
Murine )oesn't Smart; Soothe Eye Pain.
r Distance not only lends enchant
ment, but it doesn't expect to be paid
It tch cured in 3) minutes by Woolford'e
nitrrr' Lotion Niever fails At drutaista
About the man who thinks he
knows it all the worst thing is him
inability to keep his mouth shut.
For HIA DACHI--Hieks' CAPUDINDB
Whether from Colds. Heat. Stomach or
Nervous Troubles. Capudine will relleve you.
It's itunid-pleasant to take-acts immedi
ately. Try it, 10c., LSc. and 5oe. at drus
It does seem queer that most
"good fellows" have a lot of bad hab
BABY HORRIBLY BURNED
fit Bollln Grease-Skin All Came
1 Off One Side of Face and Head
I Thought Her Disfigured For Life
r-Used Cuticura: No Scar Left.
1My baby was sitting beside the fender
Sand we were preparing the breakfast when
- the frying-pan full of boiling grease was up
set and it went all over one side of her face
5 and head. Some one wiped the scald with a
towel, pulling the entire skin of. We took
her to a doctor. He tended her a week
t and gave me some stuff to put on. But it
I all feateed and I thought the baby was
'disfigured for life. I used about three
boxes of Cuticura Ointment and it was
I wonderful how it healed. In about five
weeks it was better and there wasn't a
mark to tell where the scald had been.
her skin is just like velvet. Mrs. Hare,
I Henry St., South Shields, Durham, Eng
land, March 22, 1908."
Potter Drug & ('hem. Corp., Sole Props
of Cuticura Remedies, Boston, Mass.
Revere's Ride Not a Myth.
It is curious how many intelligent
persons will read without understand
ing what they are reading. Were
this not so we should not now be
having a convulsive tempest in a tea
pot over Paul Revere's famous mid
night ride. The letter from Hancock
to Gerry that MIr. Benjamin has pub
lished does not make this ride nor
does Mr. Benjamin say that it does.
All that Mr. Benjamin says is that
from what Hancock wrote to Gerry
the midnight ride of Paul Revere
was unnecessary. This may be quite
true In the light of today, but we
are not dealing with what was neoes
sary or unnecessary, but with what
was actually done and It .-: tn,---t
necessary at that time, perhaps, that
Revere be sent off to give the mid
night warning. Paul Revere has been
aptly called "Theo Messenger of the
Revolutiou." from the many rides he
made, far and near, on behalf of the
people's cause. His famous midnight
ride is an historical fact, and not
merely a poetic legend of Henry
Wadsworth Longfellow. Next time
and all the time read with understand
ing.-Lctter in Phl'adolrthla Ledger.
IA the first legal meeting of the citl
tens of the little town of Albany, N.
Il., every soldier in the place was
summoned to assemble.
The officers were duly chosen, but
it turned out that there was only one
private. Looking wistfully at his su
:)eriors standing in array before him,
the solitary representative of the
"Gentlemen, I have one request to
miake; that is. I am the only soldier,
and I hope you will not be too se
vere In drilling me, but will spare
me a little, as I may be needed an
HIe also renarked that he could
form a solid corumn. but that "it
rackell him s+e"kinglv to deploy."
The man who wants to marry
happily should pick out a good mo
her and marry one of her daughters
anyone will do.
And Strength to Perform It.
A person in good health is likely
;o have a genial disposition, ambition
and enjoy work.
On the other hand, if the digestive
organs have been upset by wrong
food, work becomes drudgery.
"t'ntil recently," writes a Wash
irgton girl, "I was a railroad steno
grapher, which means full work
"Like many other girls alone in a
large city, I lived at a boarding
hous,. For breakfast it was mush,
greasy meat, soggy cakes, black cof
"After a few months of this diet I
used to feel sleepy and heavy in the
mornings. My work seemed a terrn
ble effort, and I thought the work
was to blame-too arduous.
"At home I had heard my father
speak of a young fellow who went
long distances In the cold on Grape
Nuts and cream and nothing more for
"1 concluded if it would tide him
nver a mnrning's heavy work, it i
might help me, so on my way home :
on, nig;ht I bought a package, and i
next mnornint I had Grape-Nuts and
milk for )reakfast.
"I stuck to Grape-Nuts, and in less
than twy-weeks I noticed improve- o
ment. I can't just tell how well I
felt. but I remember I used to walk t
the 12 blocks to business and knew 1
how good it was simply to live.
"As to my work-well, did you
ever feel the delight of having con
genial work and the strength to per
form it? That's how I felt. I truly
believe there's life and vigor In every
grain of Grape-Nuts."
Name given by Postum Co., Battle n
Creek, Mich. Read "The Road to h
Wellville," In pkgs. "There's a Rea- II
Ever read the above letter? A mew
one appears tree time o s te. Te at
are gemime, tre, sad 41. hm ta
The Pope is recovering irom his
The Colima Volcano, in Mexico, is
in violent eruption.
F The storm damage at Baltimore,
Md., is nearly $1,000,000.
Ten persons perished in a tenement
house fire in New York.
Railway traffic in Germany has
been paralyzed by a blizzard.
The Winn Parish Police Jury pro
vided $1,000 to fight smallpox.
Convicts in Calcasiou Parish will
be worked on the public roads.
Twenty-five arrests were made at
Lake Charles, La., for gambling.
Albert Daspit was denied bail at
his preliminary examination at St.
Two attempts were made to wreck
Louisville and Nashville trains near
Three young lady school teachers
were iojured in a runaway accident
at West Point.
Dan Maybe was indicted at Jack
t son, Miss., on the charge of murder
ing Sam Reber.
Attorneys for W. A. Sorsby, at
Jackson, Miss., will not ask for a
change of venue.
The Dawes Interests brought in a
gas well at Vivian, La., with 50,000,
000 feet daily capacity.
r The Guatemalan Government has
a ordered the teaching of English in
the schools of that country.
Mrs. Hattie Pope is under arrest
at Montevallo, Ala., charged with
the murder of her aged mother.
The plant of the Ten Mile Lumber
Company, Ten Miles, Miss., was de
stroyed by fire. Loss $75,000.
Ex-President Roosevelt announced
for the first time that he would sail
from New York for Africa on March
23 at noon.
The grand jury at Memphis re
fused to indict C. N. Wisner, former
President of the Lancashire Com
Police Captain W. H. Mathews, of
the Fifth Precinct, at Washington,
D. C., was shot and killed by Pa
Fannie Rice was married at Colo
rado Springs to P. W. Ryder, a Bos
ton traveling man, and will retire
from the stage.
The Servian Government has mod
ifled its demands on Austria, and an
early settlement of the Balkans dis
pute seems probable.
Mrs. J. H. Reynolds, Matron at
the Escambia County (Fla.) Poor
Farm, died from excitement over fire
at the institution.
The village of Masran, I static
Turkey, has been destroyed by an
earthquake. One hundred and fifty
people were buried in the ruins.
It is learned that leases were se
cured a year ago on land in West
Baton Rouge and Pointe Coupee Par
ishes to operate an oil and gas pipe.
The death of Hon. S. N. Sample
creates a second vacancy in Missis
sippi senatorial ranks, Hon. Sam
Whitman having been elevated to a
Every lawyer, physician and den
tist in Louisiana will have to pay
a privilege license this year, and
the returns will more than offset the
expenses of the State Auditing De
Mrs. Baker Sively, Jr., of Jackson,
Miss.. who recently secured a verdict
for $30,000 against her mother-in
law at Newton for alleged alienation
of her husband's affections, eloped
with her husband.
Joseph B. Keallng. United States
Di)lstrict Attorney at Indianapolis8,
Ind.. refused to prosecute Delevan
SSmith and Charles R. Williams, who
were indicted in connection with th'
Panama libel case, and resigned
from his office.
The peonage cases involving ofm
cers and employes of the Jackson
Lumber Company, Lockhart, Ala.,
will be appealed to the United States
Supreme Court, providing a rehear
ing is not granted by the United
States Court of Appeals.
On motion of Senator Aldrich the
Bailey resolution regarding presi
dential interference with executive
communications to Congress was re- I
ferred to the Committee on Judiciary
by a vote of 52 to 25. The vote was
on strict party lines.
The following negroes were exe
cuted in Louisiana: Wallace and
Benjamin Jones, brothers, at Port
Allen, for the murder of Conductor
Hall; Charles Davis, at Port Allen,
for murdering Penitentiary Guard
W. H. Boatner; Charles Madison, at
Lake Charles, for criminally assault
ing SIdonia Kelly, a negro girl; An
drew Washington, at Tallulah, for
the murder of his wife, and Jack
Ratler, at PFranklin, for murdering I
P. U. Benjamin, former Alderman
at Natchez, was fined $500 on plead
ing guilty to a c.',arge of Illicit re
Five suspects at Little Rock, Ark.,
in connection with fake contests
were indicted for larceny and obtain
Ing money on false pretenses.
A special freight train, rur.nng
between Angola and New Orleans
oh the Red River Valley Railroad,
was derailed at Irene Station by
train wreckers, and Engineer C. J.
Williams slightly injured.
SAFE BLOWER CAPTURED.
Booty msd 7,000 Stamps Recovered
Birmingham, Ala.--James O'Con
nell, partner of George Barton, the
noted safe blower, was captured
here by local omcers. O'Connell was
in room 13 of a local hotel, and a
large qeuatity of booty was recover
ed in the room, ineludlng about 7000
stamps. The two men are believed
to hes been the robbers of the post
es at Outhbert Oe.
C RSes te fstem
Dimesb colds and 3eicda\Yro s
Mnts rca'yo ct~sW'iy as
Boat M PI~nWornen anh~liý
t-Youus ur& OX&.
To jet ,Cs bsno3ca\ sMectbs
always buy the Oecniun
cn u ukor d by the
FiG SYRUP Co.
SOL BY ALL LEADING DRUAMISTS
one ,m oiny. retular pice 50 pe bottl.
"Do as Idid", writes Mrs. . .J. Smith, of Trego,
Wis., "and take that good medicine, Cardui, for yoht
"Before I commenced to take Cardui, I was so
sick and discouraged I thought I would never get
well, and did not care if I didn't. I suffered terrible
pain, every month, and had displacement and other
"I took a lot of medicine before I could notice
any difference, but now I feel better than in ifourteen
years. I have no more pain, the female trouble is
cured, and I am so well that I do all my own work,
milk six cows, night and morning, and wash and cook
for seven persons."
TAKE CAR DI
The Woman s Tonic
If this is not a renmarkable record, nothing is.
It must have a message for you, telling you what you
might expect for yourself, as a re
sult of taking Cardui, for any ailment
that is yours, as a result of womanly
No matter how weak you may feel;
no matter how long you may have suf
fered; no matter how many other
medicines have failed; do not be dis
couraged. Take CarduL It will help
you. Sold everywhere.
THE WHIY OF IT.
"A novel always ends with the mar
"Which is proper. 'There's noth
ing novel about the subsequent hunt
fbr a flat and a cook and a job
lot of furniture."-Puck.
Mrs. Winslow's Soothins Syrup forChildrea
teething, softens thegums, reduces inflamme
tio, allays pain, cures wind colic. 25e a bottle
Save when you are young, to spend
when you are old.
You will respond very qnuickl to the OGar
field Tea treatment, for this Natural laxa
tive corrects constipation,pa rifles the blood
and beneflts the entire system.
Keep your promise if you would
For COLDS and t,*tlP.
Hick's CArunhsu is the best remedr
rIlleves the aching and feierihbness-cures
the Cold and restores normal conditions It's
liquid-etects Immerdatelr. 10c., 25c. and
SOc., at drug stores.
The richer a man gets the more
careful he should be to keep his
r3ware oe Ostmeate Feor Catarrh That
as mercury will surely destroy the sense of
smell and completely derange the whole sys
temrn when ent, ring it through the mucous
surfa ~es. uoch articles should nevr beused
except on prascriptlons from reputable phy
sllans,as Ihe danaZe th 'y will do is ten told
to the gool you ean po'sibly derive from
them. stall's Catarrh Cure manufactured
by P. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, o., containt
no m reury, and is taten internally, acting
directly upon the blood and mueous surfaes,
of the syse;m. In buylnglalIl'sOatarrhCure
be sure you get the genaine. Itis aken In
ternally and made In Toledo, Ohio, by F.
J. Cheoey £ Co. Testimonials free.
hold by l)rjggists; price 75e per bottle.
Take Hall's Famly Pills for constipation.
Business religion and pleasure of
toe right kind should be the only
things in life for any man.
Every Woman Will Be Interested;
I. ou have_ ans in the back, Urinary.
er or Kidney trouble, and want a
pleasant herb cure for woman's ills, tri
Mother Gray's Australian Leaf. It is a re
liable regulator. All Druggists 50 cts. Sam
ple ras. The Mother Gray Co., Le Roy.N.Y.
Our idea of a martyr is a man who
poses as a good example In a small
A Simpleand Safe Rern-ly for a cough
or Throat Trouble is Brown's Bronchial
Troches. They possess real meritL la
boxes 25 cents. Samples mailed free.
John L Brown & Son, Boston. Mass.
If your hands cannot be usefully
employed, attend to the cultivation
of your mind.
- esagmg~umee *..
t You lok Prematrel- Ol
Tall Wives, Short Men.
Big men are usually shy sad dim
lent and lacking in self aasmace.
The woman who appeals to them is
usually some spurkllag vivadeous,
airylike creature with kitteaish ways
and rousth glances. The little man
on the contrary, Is seldom burdened.
with humality.. He is a being of great
aspiratlens and stupendous ambitiens.
He believes In himself, wwhioh Is the
reason why he generaly can get the
woman of his choice to smile upon
him. The dainty. Titana-like woman
has no charms for blm, asay Woman's
Lit6. The lv4-foot41s or seven ma
likes a woman to be one or two inehs
his superior and thoroughly mature.
He dreads any trace of the bread and
butter sohool-girl. His ideal re
sembles the strong, herole women
Shakespeare has pictured, full of char
acter and spirit, with a (air sples of
Jinks-'s he as lasy theno
Binks-'ASy l 8gy, his me bIs
'never put off till tomorrow what you
can get somebody else to do for ops
today!' "-Chicago News.
If anyone speaks evil of you, let
your life be-so that you will believe
H. H. Green's Soas, of atlanta, Ga.
are the only successful Dropsy Spe
clalists in the world. See their lib
eral offer in advertisement in an
other column of this paper.
Wife (In a harry)-"Ok, bother?
Pins get away In the most myete
Hub--My dear, one has to be
sharp to match a pin. 1%e ream
they get away .Is beeause they are
pointed one way and eaed aneth
Never run In debt unless you se
a way to get out again.
Pimples, Itching Humors, Rheumatism, Blood
Poison, Eczema Bone Pains.
B . B. (Botaie Bled tmt) b tc only lood remed thait kills lbe polmon In
te blood and then purulee itwaendtnkood ot wre, rleh blood direct to the skin
arfaee. Bome., Joints, and wherever the dlea*e r loested. In this way all Sores,.
Ulrs, Plilde, Eruptions are bheaed sad eared. plats and ashes of Rheamatltm
S. ewell n L sesd . B. B. .aomletely changes the body Into elean, healthy
eoradllte, ivia tie skta the rb. red hae of perfet halthb. B. B. B. cures th
Cm T" ll eld ese. It i. m lar aL .I te as all Drug Stonrs with direetioan
fw boame sa. 8AN PLU by writtie BLOOD ]BALK CO.. Attlsts. (ia
PUTNAM FADELESS DYES,,
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Make no haste to be rich if you
YBARS OI IT.
A Dark Picture to Look Back Upsa.
John Corey, Constable, Attica, N.
Y., says: "Prom September, 189,
to Mareh, 1897. I
was coafned to the
houe. an rnvalid,
from kid"by trouble.
For months I had
tottered about on
crutches, a discour
aged and despatring
man. I was prae
tically crippled with
lumbago. I decided to try Doa's
Kidney Pills and a short while after
I began asing them I was able to
walk. After taking seven boxes I
threw away my crutches and the
lumbago has not returned from that
day to this. Through asing Doau's
Kidney Pills I am to-day a healthy
Sold by all dealers. iS enats a bo.
Foster-Mllburn Co.. Bauale. N. Y.
When yea speal to a person, look
him In the face.
-see- 'w mm .
"DISTEMPE R ..
, g. iE od U. pra uv.t, .so muttr ba w bit... t
W~u46minZssdL S O.b. gi as tae .o .el. co as
SA u a r I31mgq Ilre moot reined.
_ a tot ldos.o o O1at a koowLh" to I our
9 b Chemletn . 1a. Ioo. 34ls!C.
M R HUIEIA CO., e: t;rýo oý GI$m.NDEN, UN
An aching back is instantly relieved by an
'application of Sloan's Liniment.
This liniment takes the place of massage and
is better than sticky plasters. It penetrates
without rubbing-through the skin and muscu
lar tissue right to the bone, quickens the blood,
'relieves congestion, and gives permanent as
well as temporary relief.
has no equal as a remedy for
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, or any
pain or stiffness in the muscles
Dr. Earl S. Sloan, Bson Mas., U. S. A.
amm'neakenbsess.meeaeem sm4pen r..,wb
equires the bet selected seed and the most morough cia.
tio; but the real dieren between pr d I mon tbh
c depends o Potash. It makes s terdy stalks and
d ears filed out to the t with erý kerel
sound. Fetilien hi n psph cd, wlth a litle ltom.
gm., won't do They need Poh o complete tem-- to so
lbs. to tbe heumded. the ar doer or fhr.
tlhsaer with 5o br. of Mir Potash per acre.
POTASH IS PROPFIT
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PUBLJC AND S.CRTI SBRVICE.
"When you get to Washtigton, seo,
don't you be afraid to work for the
"No, dad. It's the secret service
I'm afraid ot"-Cleveland Plain
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sTEN Ans CA
sofe rers receive la·ta
the rIe of D. LADC lls
Sad Catarrh Rem .
that all aufnerers fromn
tarrh, ay never and kt
eases ay Test the eal
Remedy, we will mend It
a trial package Free. Pall dm
ndl ($100 For sale by all draggha.
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NM b"rhnitSe Orion ed
NM RUI Carro Seed.
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g)1e ndetrumlp Sed.
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