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CATAIRRH IN HEAD..u
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Feats of Fre
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chinist of O
ed the attent
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.h v bee:".<"::"::: ihave given
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Shome of Pr
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MR. WM, A. PRESSER. physicians
l g. WILLIAMI A. PRESSER, 172' ditions as
Veasehirld Ave., but ine, iii., writes: e made
"I have been su ffering from catarrh e e m
in the head for the past two monthlY the center
anffeted tria cod innumerablete medso-called curme table. The
dies without avail.yet, the inohas o of the Hipres
Per Ihaoe allfferd not only from the dis adept.
eare itself, buhit from nmtrtiic"ation when On the ta
in company o frienyes or strinflamed g themrs.
"nose was stopped tup hatles of theyour timed. sene lam
ne fwas sor and scabbtiy.e only,I could not wick a ra
effected t complee remedicl cure, and cohol. Aw
what is better yet, tie disease has not w those pre
eturemd. every test.
"1 can most emphatically recommend o efore t
Pernnrr to all sufferers from this dis- took from
bole I noiRead his xperience. The firs
noMr A. Thompson, Box 65, su. R. e, ary sulp
Martal, Ohio, wrighteen I began half a doz
your treatment my eyes wer inflame, ing them t
nose was stopped up half of the time. fngers of
and was sore and scabby. I could not curled arc
rest at night on account of continual the lamp
~lwklngand spittngtured by the
Perboun Drg Mfg. Co., Columbus, Ohio
,try urD gItora Free Peruna.
'After I had taken about one-third of
Aottle I noticed a dif0erenc. I am
anow ompletely cure, ater suffome terypeng
with eatarrh for eighteen years. I kno of one who em
Shwith eta rich mould try Pern less than ened t
woldneer regret t."their
Peru owner is mof a nusmactred bcountry the
man tPeruna Drug Mfg. Co., eolnmbts, Ohio b
SAsk your Druggist for a Free Peruaa
Almanac for aro . litera
A SPEEDY ONE.
~, M ls r Tapps--Of course , some typ an
wIters re extremely expert: wick, "
; < p Cler-Oh,e yeco I knod o one who them a
S ied a rich employer in less than ened tm
O ,i. but months read he fe
H ; W' i e W oud.n't ell.thExchae.
The owner of a small country e until
,:; tate" decided to sell his property, and he pot
- isbte a esitate aent asn the nerg thse
t uow ottemater. fter ving it-o, as
,'tg the plac e the agent wrote ha de e
. Uaeglo5a antd there ownere o
4: eao and my hleaning bc ins an
yo'e If e one shriek, sprang h
tooinG oit the gas in the room air
- eofthe night wato.-- nge. e
' said tobachelo usi
e to olafraid of mice all it
i 0alahe, "bht I don'tI kne
|iti& my hair. ne other tbe
Ia bwtidt t do ethatlIf A
i .t'.' ~ teld you ftrom ex- ent
h0it, t to mean ng toud du
,o the the. ext
: inthe the r
'ihm out nm ifO, t fond a in
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iho : writes: of"
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HUIIUA M of Oif
MARVELOUS PSYCHIC POWER IS A colporteur
DISPLAYED BY MECHANIC. played a num
images of the
"Here is a H
Feats of Fred E. Foskett Are Inve- China," he sai
tigated by Prof. William James The childrei
of Harvard and Others and of the group 'v
Arouse Wonder. dwarfed feet
seph was an
Boston.-The marvelous psychic long, thin mu
power of Fred E. Foskett, a young ma- sacred infant
chinist of Orange, Mass., has attract- oblique eyes 4
ed the attention of Prof. James of Har- "Here," sai
vard and other leading members of Holy Family
the Boston branch of the American The childrlr
Society of Psychical Research, who was now fat
have given him tests, hailr; Joselph
The first of the tests was held at the rior, a spear
home of Prescott F. Hall. Prof. Wil. feathers abo
liam James and several well-known too, was bla,
physicians were there, and test con- "Our Holy
ditions as nearly perfect as possible use," the cc
rh were made. Foskett was seated in always made
he the center of a room before a small people the.
ie- table. There he performed every feat Those simpl
) of the Hindoo fakir and the Buddhist would be es
Sadet Family. Or
en On the table was an ordinary kero- the Deity's
ed- sene lamp with a chimney and a flat selves."
it wick, a pan and several quarts of al
nd cohol. According to the reports of
not those present, Foskett succeeded in
. every test.
Bs efore beginning the test Foskett
took from 20 to 30 deep breaths.
The first test was made with ordi
nary sulphur matches. Foskett lighted
gan half a dozen, one after the other, hold
ted, ing them with one hand so close to the
me. Engers of the other that the flames
ot curled around them. He then lighted
the lamp and held his hands above the
ring I'Tll giv
they "That a
S' cent alder
in Dr. N
to sell a
. ' ell's Ey,
wick, .while the flames curled over Good
who them and the soot completely black- "Jone
s than ened them.
From one of these tests to another men's
Foskett went; while the scientists held "Yes,
their breath and watched every motion ctor
ty e- until he came to the climax. In this lector
, and he poured a quart of alcohol into his
r nerit basin, lighted it and then washed his For 14
Vist- hands, bathing them for nearly ten het
a dei minutes in the burning fluid, washing Nervou2
to his t up over his arms and to his face- relieved
literally bathing himself in blazing and S0
Owner, alcohol. That completed the test.
back ln As soon as it was finished the phy- Whe
asicians present examined Foskett, and he'll I
e ai, they could not find the slightest trace doubt
' sade of a burn or blister. Foskett told truth
S them'that the flames did not give him
the slightest sensation of burning; that Ao o
Sad he felt comfortably: warm and pleas- ehlta
ha ant, and nothing more.
Thle second tests werb made the A
next afternoon at the home of Prof. abilit
ice James in Cambridge, and under the
:neas same conditions as the day before.
Sot Considerable mystery is thrown about
w ea them, Mr. Hall said they were so
1ait startling that he did not care to dis
in t cuss them until they had been. tried
again. Another scientist who was
the it there said that Foskett performed all
Sof his 9xperiments of the day before,
S and then "absolutely and positively de
, sprang "He seemed to dissolve into thin
the room air as we watched him. Was gone 41
itatcb. secon and then materialized. It
was so startling that we, I am afraid,
lost sight of the test conditioqs, and
we have asked him to appear before 4
Sbbaahelor us again. It seems unbelievable, but
, "I shall it certainly seemed so. We hardly
Swhom I know what to think about it."
Prof. James refuses to talk about that
eered the ,the tests. ire
d; that it According to those who were pres- i
from ex. ent, Foekett seems in a passive state
o Would during the tests, and he says he thinks
ouldn't be of nothing in particular. Those who
., examined him discredit the hypnotic
theory. They believe he has some Ia
AW tent psychic force that never has been
It is intimated that the seciet lies
ra found a in taking the deep rhythmic breaths.
therin*law, which, it is declared, is the foundation
wrtea: "of the development of the power
m'blegn. - taught in India and the orient cen
Ia gre.ti turles ago. By certain methods of an
eomplex- breatiing, it is taught by theancients
, Alter that in solitude and fasting the pcw
pdati p a ~d er of handling fire, receiving messages
py tJe rom astral bod2es and other phenom- g
i g Ura e*a can be accomplished. tol
alto cd Prescott PF. Hall, o fthe American ho
Sloiety of Physical Research, said he
ti NW I was soon to prepare a report for a·
ard such scientific publteatioif "Foskett'spow w
. t e tm se r," sald Mr. Prescott, "is not hyp*
d' neIt was notI c and it i .a power,well' known In d
V whtn -o the gorient, where fire handling is done di
:; eitenslVely. It used to be a test to:
asd s Kl .isee heth~er a man was guilty or oth- V
tb aue erise of a misdemeanor; if he took
esda the ore test and Was not burned, he
ewas onsdered innocent; if he wasn
iD burnted he had to safter the punish'
,-denirat A Good Recoptaclo.
o . 8310 thei ( ustomer-My h at r is falling out'
"R b ou give as .qoething to keep4
-'!-Toa i t mlnglt take this cigar boe,
Wonton oftetqnepp theirs in sach
m -- .. ' ,: .i# t ?gua d - . ..t ho .tha.
TO APPEAL TO VARIOUS RACES. COULD NO'
Missionaries Provide "Holy Families" Kidney Trouble
of Different Aspects. sands in
s A colporteur, delivering a New Year James W. Cl
address before a Sunday school, dis- Baltimore, Md.
played a number of pictures and
images of the Holy Family.
"Here Is a Holy Family for export to
s China," he said.
The children laughed, for the Mary
of the group was a China woman, with
dwarfed feet and slanting eyes; Jo
seph was an old Chinaman with a
i0 long, thin mustache and a queue; the "
ia- sacred infant had the flat nose and
ct- oblique eyes of China. was Doean's Ki
ar- "Here," said the colporteur, "is a made a compl
of Holy Family for the Congo people." years past I h
an The children laughed again. Mary trouble."
'ho was now fat and black, with wooll Sold by all
hair; Joseph was a stalwart black war. ter-Milburn C'
he rior, a spear in his hand, a girdle of -
fil- feathers about h:; waist; the infant, THE GIRL
wn too, was' black.
on- "Our Holy Families for missionary Possibly Hai
ble use," the colporteur explained, "are Decid
in always made in the likeness of the
hall people they .are to go among. Dorando P
,eat Those simple and childlike people Italian banqv
hist would be estranged by a wvhte Holy New York, t;
Family. Only this sort shows them athletics.
ero- the Deity's real kinship with them- "Amateuris
flat selves." mantic th an
al-CAUGHT. "but we live
alCAUGHT. He smiled
I in "Only the
,kett said, "I ove
;hted i - -. "It was lh
hold- - mine a rict
the ' was suppin
ames girl. As t:
hted . the stem of
e the ' ,. murmur:
+ - - ""'It is ti
me and me
"I'll give you a penny if you can TOLD
"C-o-d." After Speci
"That ain't fish." tense Iti
"What is it, then?" Tortured
Absent-Minded Alderman. Was Soor
A Lynn (Mass.) alderman at a re
cent aldermanic meeting inquired what "I contr
had become of ai -)rder be had intro- intensely
duced some time before calling for an times I tl
are light on Willow street. The city self to pie
clerk, after digging into his files, in- covered .
formed him that the order had come that I was
before the 'board nearly a month pre- advised tL
vious and that he had voted against it. a speciali
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Sotion "Yes, Jones can. He can spot a col
I this lector as far as he can see him."
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the phy- When a young man tells a girl that
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est trace doubt he believes he is telling the
ett told truth all the time. . Wag
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Those who [ Comu ound I suf- beat
he hypnotic feredfrom terrible
as some l- headaches,.pain in
eer has been my back and right Lc
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selenervous, and thso e
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the powei ble (ompo re cosi
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the a nients -Mra.W. P. themz, go2InCOln
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arch, said he Plnkham'5Vegetable Compom und com - Pa
rreh, said he f ured me in three months."- Y
report for a ,P. 4 No. 14 kIl
"oskett's pow BoD.89, Gardiner Me;. an
""s not hyp Because ourase s a difict oneth
rell'known in doctors having done you nno oo
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guilty or oth- Comp oundat "I t surelyhascme in
rr; i he took manyeaes ci fema llsuch as in
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it; i f he was backah
sr the punish' ei, iedlga nl bine .an a-:
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S COULD NOT SHAKEITCFF. WENT AC
1" Kidney Trouble Contracted by Thou- Exasperated Coi
sands in the Civil War. Words
ar James W. Clay, 666 W. Fayette St., George Chrisi
is- Baltimore, Md., says: "I was trou- noted minstrel
ad bled with kidney well known co
complaint from the never was sor
to time of the Civil war. helped write a
- . There was constant When Bert F
ry pain in the back and with the lyric i
ith - head and the kid- Can't Stop You
Jo- ney secretions were young Christie
a painful and showed set to work t(
the a sediment. The first now he's sorry,
aLd ,, remedy to help me --Christi- occu
was Doan's Kidney Pills. Three boxes to a newly ma
a made a complete cure and during five very much in 1
years past I have had no return of the The husband
ary trouble." song and all d"
ait: Sold by all dealers. 50c a box. Fos- bride. In the
var ter-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. fast his accor
of warbled "You
ant, THE GIRL AND THE LOBSTER. from Beating
After lunch it
lary Possibly Harmless Remark, Though good night sol
're Decidedly Malapropos. c amel's back
the camel's ack
ong. Dorando Pletri, at one of the many the song and
ople Italian banquets given in his honor in sang the song
Holy New York, talked about professional This was too
hem athletics. left the hotel
hem- "Amateurism is no doubt more ro- written the s
mantic than professionalism," he said, Passing a
"but we live in an unromnantic age." an idea stru
He smiled, and purchase
"Only the other night, at one of acid. Wrapp
your gayest Italian restaurants." he age he press
said, "I overheard a dialogue that il- boy to the h
lustrated forcibly the age's lack of ro- that simply i
ma'It was late. At the table next to beating. Us
mine a rich young Italian contractor C
was supping with a beautiful young CURES
girl. As the young girl played with
the stem of her wineglass I heard her A never f
murmur: coughs and 4
"'It is true, isn't it, that you love lowing form
me and me only?' "Two oun
"'Yes,' said the young man, 'though ounce of Co
this lobster is certainly mighty good.' " one-half pini
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tense Itching Eczema-Had Been able, or bi
Tortured and Disfigured But twenty-four
can be gott
Was Soon Cured of Dread Humor. The Cone
it a re uct refined
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a intro- intensely for about ten months. At closed in i
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he city self to pieces. My face and arms were "Concentra
ies in covered with large red patches, so
nd come that I was ashamed to go out. I was Wagr
anth pre- advised to go to a doctor who was Here is
a specialist in skin diseases, but I to London
received very little 'relief. I tried harmonic
ye found every known remedy, with the same proached,
e a real results. I thought I would never get bet- thovep sy
y dealer ter until a friend of mine told me to try At the se
r. Mitch- the Cuticura Remedies. So I tried them, audience,
healthy and after four or five applications of on his dei
lids. It Cuticura Ointment I was relieved of suIted. '
re. Sold my unbearable itching I used two provemen
sets of the Cuticura Remedies, and I however,
am completely cured. Miss Barbara Seville."
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.Wag (referring to Miss Oldbird)-- t ure wit,
Um, I should think it would be more sc enee h
DDA YS'co suitable it she were standing under i,,es cad
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beies.ops to a
ight of his MIX FOR RHEUMATISM bu nded
The following is a never failing rem- °ole b
edy for rheumatism, and If followed
up it will effect a complete cure of
the very worst cases: "Mix one-half Patri
pint of good whiskey with one ouncet Americ
_ of Toris Compound and add one ounce coming
Syrup Sarsaparilla Compound. Take lish bc
in tablespoonful doses before each prime
meal and at bedtime." The ingre- Sma
dients can be procured at any drug sell m;
R, store and easily mixed at home.
RIIS His Vocabulary. Exa
He was an only child. They were CAST
very particular about his manner' of infant
S speech, constantly correcting him so Bem
Lst due that he would use beautiful English. Signa
etedy. He, however, was allowed now and
eedy. then to associate with other children.T I U~
t lh lesaUte He played with a neighbor boy a long T
dlalt O your while one day and when he camer
thhaat it m 1y8 home there was an ecstatiC' smile on "u
ebem-elves Of his face. , storn
luable medi- ,,I like that boy, mother," he said. kinow
"eeetableI like him very much. He swears "N;
oimC I mt- beautifully. He knows every word."
from terrible --------- Fo
ces,, kain in LUsid Dolls to St Fashions. The
'ck .d right Long before wome '. newspapers Hicki
ras iredind were started,and fashion plates in fer
ss, and 80 their modern form were thought of, 5 an
loodldh h rd women derived their knowledge of the
ba' ta- fashions from dolls dressed in modern It
tmp o mre. costumes, which were sent from one ang
metohealth country to another, more especially one.
Snew person from Parisn which then, as now, was -
a my prise the leading center of the mode.
srt s- The Most Dangerous Capital.
to g to the Ing the quietest and safest capital lof
Sbt LLydiiaE. the world, has become noisier than
smpoum d com- Paris and more dangerous than New
eB months."- York. Nearly 300 persons are now
L .D. No. 14, killed annually, by street accidents,
dtiffnl one, and how many more just Oscape with -
you no good, their lives cannot be computed.'Out. 1
sue itot look, ne•
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sOth m of his umbrella
is wothm I-- ---L-
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-- ' '- the mo . ... ]
gg,llA sorrow is an enemy, but it car
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WENT BACK ON HIS SONG. lt ol*ý
,- Exasperated Composer Glad to Prove
Words Were False.
t., George Christie, nephew' of the
u- noted minstrel man, and himself a a
ey well known composer, says that he 1I70
he never was sorry but once that he by -C"e
ir. helped write a song.
,nt When Bert Fitzgibbon came to him ,stn-O
id with the lyric of a song called "You lO \'(r
Id- Can't Stop Your Heart from Beating" e
re young Christie most enthusiastically 111, H
'ed set to work to put music to it, but 11
rst now he's sorry. It happened this way
me --Christi? occupied the adjoining room I10, be. $C
tes to a newly married couple who were Own to
ive very much in love.
the The husband had learned Christie's C\$
song and all day long he sang it to his 1qHlte,ung
'os- bride. In the morning before break
fast his accordion plaited tenor voice HGi0H
warbled "You Can't Stop Your Heart may
from Beating for the Girl You Love.
After lunch it was the same and as a OprO" eQ1
ugh good night solo he rendered it. To'ibtue
The last straw was added to the
camel's back when the bride learned CA
any the song and the love-struck couple |
r in sang the song in barber shop harmony. on'ssE o.N.
onal This was too much for Christie and he
left the hotel, sorry that he had everSIC"
ro- written the song.
said, Passing a neighboring drug store, I
an idea struck him, and he entered
and purchased a bottle of carbolic
e of acid. Wrapping it up in a neat pack
he age he presented it through the bell
at il- boy to the honeymooners,with a note
f ro- that simply read: L
"This will stop your heart from
it to beating. Use it!"
oung CURES COLDS QUICKLY They regali
d her A never failing home remedy for ALL PI
coughs and colds is made from the fol
love lowing formula to be mixed at home. -IARTI
S"Two ounces of glycerine, one-half ITTLE
!ough ounce of Concentrated pine compound, IVE
>od.' " one-half pint of good whiskey; mix and
shake thoroughly; use in doses of a
W, teaspoonful to a tablespoonful every -
ler In- Thus will cure any cough that is cur
Been able, or break up an acute cold in R
twenty-four hours. The ingredients all
can be gotten at any drug store.
lumor. The Concentrated pine is a pine prod- i
uct refined for medical use and comes suba
uffered only in half ounce bottles, each en- I
is. At closed in a round case, which is air
ch my- tight, but be bsure that it is labeled I
s were "Concentrated."
ies, so I
Swas Wagner Fooled the Critics.
Io was Here is a story of Wagner's visit
but Iw to London in 1855: After the first Phil
tried harmonic concert the critics re
e same proached, him for conducting a Bee
get bet- thovep symphony without the score.
e to try I At the second concert, to satisfy his
d them, audience, Wagner had a "partition"
tions of on his desk, which he frequently con
eved of sulted. The critics declared the im
ied two provement was marked. The score,
~s, and I however, was Rossini's "Barbier de
9, 08. Work of Women Inventors.
, Boton. Women are said to have been issued
more than 6,000 patents by the United
States office. They are not all domes
tic by any means, either, as some of
I Is them are for car couplers, night signal
ing, life rafts, car wheels, machines
for manufacturing ozone and a type
Swriter for the blind. A pocket sewing
machine and a sash that will go up
without sticking are other inventions
There Is more Catsrrh In thas section or the aountrS
than all other diseases put together, and until the last
flew years was supposed to bee ncurable. For a great
many yers doctors Fonouned it a, Local disease and
ldbird)- prescribedlocal remedle and byo constantly ialline
S r cure with local treatment, pronounced it lncurable.
I be more Siene has proven Catarrh to be a.coltltutloal dl -
lng under ease, ndtherefor requires constitutional treatment..
Hall's Catarrh Cure moanufactured by F. J. Cheney
mistletoe- Co., Toledo, Ohio, is the only Constltutonal cure on
drops to a tespooniful. It acts directly on the blood
ad mucous sfaces of the system. They ofer one
M hundred dollars for any cse it falls to cure. Send
for circulars and tstlmonals
Address: F- J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, OhiO.
ailng rem- Sold by Dru isti, fr s t
iniem e Hall's Family Pills for constipation.
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e e cure of Would Sell His ChanceO
ix one-half Patriotic Gentleman--MY lad, every
one ounce" American boy has the chance of be
one ounce coming president, just as every Eng
nd. Take lish boy has the opportunity of being
ore r each prime minister.,
he h ingre- Small Boy (thoughtfully)--Well, I'o
any drug s ell my chance for a dollar.
rImportant to Mothere.
Examine carefully every bottle of
hhey were CASTORIA a safe and sure remedy for
mannerh of infants and children, and see that it
Ing -him so Bears the
ul E nglish. Signature o f
h now and ntrd
er children. In Use For Over 0 lear
oy a long e The Kind You Have Always Bought,
n he came I Between Authors.
tii"smile on I "Why do you lay the svenes of you?
stories in the far north? Because you
He swesrS "No; because nobody else does."
For Colds and Gripp--Capudine.
s shhons. The best remedy for GriPP and Colds is
newspapers Hicka' Capudine. Relievee the aching and
plates in feverishness. Cures' the cold-Headaches
also. it's Liquid-Effects Immedlately-iO,
thought of, i and S0c at Drug Stores.
gledge of the
ed in modern It's easer for a girl to look like an
Int from one angel than it is .for her to act like
r~ esnecially one.
Pimples, Itching Humors, Rheumatism.Blood
Poison, Eczema Bone Pahns.o
B .B. B Botanic Blood Balm) is the only Blood remedy that kills the poison inores,
the blood and then purifles It-sendinge a ths lo catedo
ns Joints and wherever the didsea is located ches iof BheusIatisRm
Ulcers, Pim les, Eruptions are healed cupisheban dy uthaee hn, B ealsthY
csronditiaon, giving te sn the rich, red e ýýt tDrg Aln
Sworst old cas t$1.110 per large letDr
3forhoomncure. dA-PLEV11 I " Igl' by .,writing AIYatl0
.... ... ... . ..E.b... B *U
A man's wife never thinks his ill.
ness is serious until he quits using lan
guage that wouldn't look well in print.
The Best Laxative--Garfield Tea! Com
posed of Herbs, it exerts a beneficial effect
upon the entire system, regulating liver,
kidneys, stomach and bowels.
Even a fast man may not make a
rapid recovery when he's ill.
If Your Feet Ache or Burn
get a 25e pakage of Allen's FootU-nse. It gives
quick relief. Two million packages sold yearly.
Smiles make a better salve for trou
ble than do frowns.
Mlay peFmanent Y oR rcome
Sby pperpe onale ortsnleo s
Sstanceog the onDtruHy bnenidal
r lxoºe, PermnbySyr~c c'lsý C~xxr
o.l Senwich enabls Lito tlreguars
diei t osdiuly seooIa ass sfareto nature
ma be m gay ualy d spe&nsd wlith
',Taheenoloner needed.ashebest ot
eS medes ýwhven re aire to assist
is aThre,ando, to supp\ant\ y1ena buleu\
ýu shnious.wVokmust de pead. vli
r asely upon proper nourishment,
Sroper 4eorts.andrightling enra\y
To gt hbenfielcilffects nlwaysbuy the genus r
.ie Fie SYRUP Co.
y. SOLD B5YALL LEADING DRUGGISTS
OIh SIZCEOtLY-REOULAR PRILE 5O4 PER BOTTLE
ed q Positively cured by
lic CARTERS these Little Pills.
cKA They also relieve Dis
neld- I Lrm DyspepsiaEln*
n digestionldetIoo eartye
VER Eating. A perfect t rei
* edy for Dizriness, ýau"
Om saPILLS . , Drows ves, ,S
hTaste in the Jloutlt , Corat
ed Tongue, Pain in i .
Side, TORPID LIVER.
They regulate the Bowels. Purely Vegetable.
fr SMALL PILL. SMALL DOSE. SMALL PRICE.
I Rol- Genuine Miust Bear
hme. I TE Fac-Simile Signature
nof a REFUSE SUBSTITUTES
very ----- - -
d iii of this paper de
s all eader sbuy
prod- atised in its columns shou0 inist uwon
ro having what they ask for, refusing iall
omes subatitutes or imitations.
s air* iIi iii
Much of the chronic lameness in horses is due to neglect.
See that your horse is not allowed to go lame. Kedp Sloan's
Liniment on hand and apply at the first signs of stiffness...;
It's wonderfully penetrating-goes right to the spot-relieves
the soreness - limbers up the joints and makes the muscles ,
elastic and pliant.
will kill a spavin, curb or splint, reduce wind puffs and swol,
len joints, and is a sure and speedy remedy for fistula, sweeney
founder and thrush. Nice, Se and $1.o0.
Dr. Earl S. Sloan. - - Boston, Mass.
d tSloan's book on horses, ettlo, sheep sad poal t f"&
Ins! .. . . -- - - I
Wome, worn and tired from overwork, need a I
tonic. That feeling of weakness or helplessness will
not leave you of itself. You should take Wine of
Cardui, that effectual remedy for the ailments and
weaknesses of women. Thousands of women have
tried Cardui and write eithusiasticall. of the great
benefit it has been to them. Try it--don't exprimen
..-use this reliable, oft-tried medicine.
The Woman's ToniC
Tsrs. Rena Hare, of Pierce, Fla., triet Cardi ald fterabl ad
wrote: "I was a sufferer from ntall sorts haof female trounble,had
pain in my side and legs, culd not sleep, had shortness of breath.
pain in my side and legs, c.u husband insisted on my t
"I suffered for years, until my husbands I am almost weeryi
Cardui. The first bottle gave me relie and no I a t
Try Cardui. 'Twill help you.
AT ALL DRUG STORES
" I I -
,e ie no jMaagf r ud IwhohIp.fo " If
ou have o w, duow cpgitop m o thC e m. - cum wll
Lo~rWsr, morn I-bro nchiti, s j p0is tis b e ealtb condiboL
Swrel m to itaed dt aad f~l ow m p ad dangero
Anideal rmed ff chldrea. Fn iun! .- hoý :
• inis.oI1f s CenhrYu the O in V iC u
we&o Eye chromc bs Ilun dciu ds
Zp PISO'S 180 CURE
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The Reason I blake and Sell More Men's $3.00
& $3.50 Shoes Than Any Other Manufacturer
a ibocauo I givre the wearer the beneit of the moat
complete organlzation of trained expcrts and skilled
shoemakers in the country.
The selectlon of the icathers for each part o. the shoe.
and every detail of the making in every department. is
looted after by the bn:at shoemskerl in the shoe industry.
SIf I coald show yeu how carefully W L. Douglas ahoes
are made. you wouldt'en understand why they bold thur
shape, fit better, and wear longer than any uther make.
My Metioid of Tanning theSoles mnaes threm More
Flexible and Longer Wearing than any others.
S Shoe-s for E'.very Memnter of the Family.
S flUIy, IyeyWnr C,!Gee sid "hiidrsen.
For sal b)y al ea r lP:e.r "vryh. ..wI'i.
f'tAIlTrflM Noi` e ,rnuilnC ii ill lW. I.. Ih5 Til 8a
UUCA/UIU . Iarmine aind I.ri.e stamped on ,,hottoiu.
Fast Color Eyelets Used Exclualvely. Catalog mailed ree.
W. L DOUGLAS, 167 Spark St., Brockton, Mas.
New Book on
E A FFREE TO ALL
M 00 ttpage. cloth bound medical bonO
on consumptlofl. ells In p am.
an be cured In your own h.olme.
' by rite tody. The Book is abso
Is. lutcly free.
Dis* 90?" Waterl re, helamauso, Rdth
ref. HAIR BALSAM .
`lu Cleaneso and beautiies the hafr.
11(4 3 Promotes a luxurian growth.
Colate 1 Never Fails to Restore Gray
a Hair to its Youthtful Color.
tn itt Cures sealp diseasee a hair talling.
GER. nd$lt Druggis
RICE. HY-PO Cathartic and la
Action the liver,
Stomach aud Bowels, and sweetenst lhe wholetdigeel"
ar ivt ree. tu:dtfllntcd unde.r the lure Food and i rugs
re file TONIýQI CO l'NTO, Jutand,t.
SOI DCOLDRI .
for eelling seven I5o boxes Merit
TESS u Blos Tablets. 90 dais allowUdto
sell Tablets. return money snd Se
rins. adduiorttISM"WlWedl' lse
B oml 11 e Clae3·lt -U •
fie- - * treated at bone S wIthout
pain. Bookoitparticula -
SFsent FREE. B. L
or- WoolleysM.D.,Atlsant-il 10 N.Pryor .
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