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TBI! CELINA DEMOCRAT. CELINA. OHIO ALMOST HELPLESS Mr. Reuter Went Through Terrible Siege of Kidney , Trouble. Doan't Brought Back Hi Health. "After au initiry I was in terrilile .shape irom UiJiivy trouble," any J. Keuler. North ht.. Wot Chlrago, 111. "1 couldn't utiiop becuuae of the awful pain in my back and tha steady, dull niiMiry annual urove ma frantic. 1 hint to be help ed out of lied morning, tha pain arroa my kid ney win) mi had and no body know the uny I went through. I couldn't do anvllinitf and wa nl nioat hulpk'Ha; it seemed 1 wnnlil nivfp wet. wi'M "The urine puimed fur (" too onon ami burned like waldiim wntcr. . The pus- ""Uf nm-a were scanty and I had no control over thera. At tiuii-e evervtlunu in front of me i-e dink and 1 couldn't see for several minutt'H. I perspired profusely and I wiih thirsty nil the time, l'or two yearn I auffeivd, trying medicine after medicine without relief I wan jiiHt about iliM-ournm'ri and didn't think 1 would ever be able to work again. "Hearing about Bonn's Kidnev PiV$ I uril them and four boxe cured roe. My kidney lieeame normal, my back Kt well and strong and all the other trouble disappeared." Sirorn to before mfi, JAS. W. CARU, Notary Public. Cat Doan' at Any Store, 80c a Bos DOAN'SV FOSTER MILBURN CO.. BUFFALO. N.Y. 11 A ktrm Michigan took farm; Unit 10 room ho omit ionursn0W ittri;H btiBniufut burn: fwriile louin oil; woll frnrwt and waunl; young bearing orch ard ; clost to .ruitll town $n,fiQ; t.y irm. Address Malta byahlppindto .Lewis BaerG Co. BoMmora.Md. aaaasBsa' Write (or our fries Lfcts Naturally. "I hate to serve on a jury." "So do I. It puts one In such a try lng position." CM I rm'!f KlPJNLs Gift to British. A munificent gift to the British nn tlon is being made by a Leeds gentle man, In the form of his famous collec tion of old Dutch md Flemish mas ters, including notnble examples by Rubens and Vandyck. There are up wards of fifty pictures In the collec tion, which will be handed to a trust to be known as the National Collection Trust ; and they will be shown all over the country. It Is estimated that the value of the collection is something like three hundred and fifty thousand dollars. Spotted the Winner. A gentleman who lived In central Africa for many years possesses an amusing drawing of a "race meeting" out there. A leopard Is chasing, and rapidly overhauling, a fat old white man, and two gaily-appuralled natives are lookers-on. "Can you spot the winner?" mur murs one to the other. "The winner," is the solemn reply, "is spotted already !" Skittish. "Marry money, my boy ; marry mon ey." "Urn?" "It's Just as easy to love a rich girl as a poor girl." "But It isn't as easy to get 'em to marry you, old top." Cause and Effect. . "How did you get such a snap?" "Oh, I Just rubbered around a little bit." cases ot Dyspepsia Coffee Does Not Agree" says a well known authority. Many who use cof feenot knowing that it aggravates stomach troubles could still . enjoy a delicious hot table beverage, and es cape coffee's effects by a change to the wholesome, pure cereal drinkr POSTUM There's a Reason" 1 frWTIlU A I If Usui. e-Tf.i- W 1 I' tlfuraw IttHlWiH il r mmm "MSI-. nnJ S2?TTcir Care and Gilttvotiorv. If You Could Achieve This Result EVER TRY A LILY BED? By L. M. BENNINGTON. As the cold winds of winter are making doubly cheery the window gar den lu tha sitting room, the prospects for a season of beauty in the gnrden next year occupies a grent deal of thought and attention. If the whole garden outlook Is to be changed or If only a few improvements are to be made in Its outlines, the winter nights are the time to develop the changes that you ars going to make in your home grounds. No really effective change has ever been made by experimenting without some planning. If you plan to make a Illy bed choose a well-drained spot for them, and if possible where the flower will have a background of ever greens, shrubs or screen of living green to set off their pale beauty. A back ground of climbing plants is also good. Pig the bed two feet deep and throw Into the excavation rubbish, tin cans, old shoes, rocks, brick bats and the like, insuring drainage, as the lily cannot stand cold, wet foet. Enrich the soli with manure from the cow stable, worked well Into the eoll with sand or sifted ashes. Plant the bulbs eight to twelve Inches deep, according to their size, In a pocket of eund. Just before the cold weather sets In cover the bed with a litter of old leaves, being sure that the storms of winter will not uncover the bed. Lilies want shade during the hottest part of the day. Lilies are easy to force If the fol lowing Instructions are carried out. Select large, solid, heavy bulbs of the Bermuda lily. Prepare soil that is light, fine and rery rich, with well-rotted manure cow manure Is best. Fill a large pot half full, then press In three bulbs, al lowing them to touch one another, with three Inches of soli between thera and the pot. The slz.-. of the pot depends upon the size of the bulbs. The bulbs should be set In a nest of sand and sur rounded with It. Then cover the bulbs with about two inches of soil and place the pots in a cool corner of the cellar, allowing the bulbs to make plenty of root growth. In about six weeks the roots should appear' plentifully outside of the ball of earth, and when this happens the pots are ready to be taken Into light and warmth. As the stalks shoot up, fill the pots with earth to within an Inch of the rim of the pot. Do not put the pots In a hot, dry atmosphere at any time, but at first they should be kept Just above freez ing. Little by little accustom them to the air of the Uvlng room. The peculiarly sweet spicy emell of bweet sultan has always endeared this useful member of the centaurea family to gardeners, and moreover, this is a very useful flower for cutting, as It lasts wonderfully well and is light and graceful. The older forms of sweet sultans, however, are nowhere as re gards size and splendor with the Im proved Imperlalls grandiflora. This Is Immense In flower and even The Iris Is the Orchid beau Wouldn't a Lily Bed Be Worth Planting? finer than C. Americana, which pleased every one so much when It first came out. The flowers of C. Americana are large and soft, of thistle shape, with beautiful filament petals of pinkish lilac, and there is a white variety, nut pure white, but with a primrose tint which Is exquisite as a table decora tion, but Icsm effective In the border than the mauve one. These giant-flowered sweet sultans are no more dllllcult to grow than the smaller old-fashioned ones, but they share the family affection for a limy soil, and If this element is lacking It should be supplied at the time of set ting out, when a little well-slaked pow dered lime may be put on as a surface dressing and forked in before the seed lings are Introduced. Centaureas are hardy, but as a rule they come up somewhat Irregularly If sown In the open,, and therefore It is best to sow very thinly in pots or boxes, and prick the seedlings out, dis turbing them at the root as little as possible in the process. LATE FALL AND WINTER HINTS By BETTY PAKE. When the ground is frozen hard enough to bear a team, haul mulch to the strawberry bed, the newly planted trees and shrubs, the borders and beds of roses, hardy perennials, etc. If you have a bed of horse radish or other perennial you wish to get rid of, dump a load of fresh manure upon It and leave It there until later In the spring. This Is a good way to destroy clumps of poison Ivy. The aspidistra Is a plant that will thrive in almost semi-darkness. Is In sect proof, does not require rich soil, and gets along If almost no attention is paid to it. Early In December dig op a com pact lilac, syringa or day lily, In fact almost any of the hardy shrubs or per ennials, pot or box them, and put in a cool cellar. A month before they are wanted to bloom bring Into a warm room, and give attention as regards, sunlight, water, nlr and ventilation. They develop fast, and give qnlck and ample returns for the trouble taken with them. IRIS GROWS IN NORTHERN GARDENS Iris la a good Northern plant. It ! hardy, It blooms with wonderful pro fusion early in the season, and no flower of which I have any knowledge excels it In richness and range of color. It runs through pearly white, through many shades of blue, yellow and violet, and to dark purple and maroon and In many varieties several f these colors are seen in the same' dower. The Iris Is the orchid of the gar den. With all Its richness of color It has not the least suggestion of coarse ness. We have no better border plant.1 It Is most effective when planted In large masses. While unsurpassed for garden deco ration, it Is equally valuable tor cutJ ting on account of Its long stalks and! Its habit of developing the buda after cutting. of the Garden. LOANED WATCHES RAN AWAY Timepiece Borrowed From Jeweler Inherited Odd Habit of One Left to Be Repaired. There are eeveral kinds of watches there are gold watches, Bllver watches, dollar watches and watches the Jeweler has to lend his patients while theirs are being repaired. For the last ten days we have been carrying a borrowed watch, relates a writer In the Detroit Free Press. Our timepiece was not exactly out of or der, It would run, but It had no con trol. It ran wild on the bases. It stole the second and third hour frequently. We would set It at eight o'clock and look at it 20 minutes later and dis cover that It was 15 minutes past three, We are erratic, but we weren't erratic enough to keep un with that watch, So we took it Into the dry dock, where the man squints at It through a sawed' ott telescope and tells you that It will cost $2 to fix It. After ho had told us It would cost us $2 we asked him to lend us a watch until we called for our own. This he did. lie wound up a ticker and set It, It was 12 noon when we took it from bis hands. Two hours later a friend asked us the time, and we showed him our watch. It was a quarter to seven "Gosh," he said, Ml didn't think It was that late. I overlooked dinner time In some way." So we went back and borrowed nn ! other watch from tho jeweler. "This one is O. K" he said with a smile. We carried It for nn hour. In that time it had Jumped 10 hours. We don't know now wheu we look at It whether It Is Berlin time or tomorrow's time, We enn set It at two o'clock, and when the city hall is ringing three our bor rowed watch swears it is 15 mluutes after four o'clock tomorrow. At first wo looked on the watches susplclou ly, but now we have begun to suspect ourselves. When three watches begin to lie to your face something is wrong, PAY JEWELER HIS OWN MONEY Parisian Swindler Inveigle Merchant Into Signing Name to Order for Three Hundred Pounds. A very clever swindle was success fully carried out In the Hue de la Pais, Paris. A carriage drove up to a large jeweler's shop, and an elderly man, with his arm in a sling, accompanied by a footman, who carried a rug, en tered the shop. Tiie gentleman selected and bought some three hundred pounds' worth of jewelry, and then said, "If you do not mind, I will send ray man home for the money." The Jeweler bowed, and the gentleman continued: "I should be pleased if you would write for me. I have hurt my arm. Just write, 'Please give llobert three hundred pounds, and sign it 'Henri.' " The jeweler wrote as he was direct ed, and in a quarter of an hour the footman came back with the money, and then he, with his master, left with tho jewelry. When the Jeweler went home to dinner his wife asked him the reason he had sent for three hundred pounds. Then the swindle was discovered. The rogues knew that the Jeweler's name wns Henri, and they had got him to write the note for the money, which was taken to his wife, and then they paid him for the Jewels with his own money. Shirk Duty When Hungry. Hungry jurymen appealed to the Judge in a London court. They had been kept sitting during the luncheon hour, and had failed to agree on a verdict. One of them suggested to Judge Bentoul that possibly a little re freshment might help them. "Hungry men," he added, "are not disposed to listen to arguments." The Judge said refreshments should bo supplied if there was any possibility of the jury coming to a verdict, but the foreman replied that there appeared to be no chance of their agreeing. "In my na tive country," said Judge Rentoul, "a juryman once took in a quantity of beef and a small bottle of beer and said to his fellow jurors, 1 am for an acquittal,' without waiting for their verdict. And the others had to give In from the sheer necessities of the case." Kaiser's War Library. It Is reported that the kaiser Is de voting considerable time to the crea tion of his own war library, and al ready this remarkable collection num bers 10,000 volumes. The war lord is well known as a vain man and bis collection of photo graphs runs Into thousands. While the books come from every country, only German photographs are Included, and those of the kaiser himself are numer ous. The war collection of the Royal Li brary of Berlin now numbers 50,000 volumes, and they are bound In special covers of gray, stamped with the Prus sian eagle. Temper, Foe of Collar. Recent tests prove that a man's tem per has more to do with his collar wearing out than does the much abused laundry. In the tests new collars en dured around forty trips through the laundry process before cracks began to render them unpresentable. On the other hand, collars that were worn after each washing were good for only about twenty trips through the laundry. It is easy to crack a collar in but toning It; damage can be done when adjusting the necktie, especially when this adjustment is done violently or impatiently. Potatoes and Coal. Potatoes raised on Its own farms are being offered by the Delaware and Hudson Railroad company to Its 9,000 employees in and about the anthracite coal mines at $1.20 a bushel, 75 centa a bushel cheaper than dealers are ask ing. It Cant Be Done. Optimism Is what makes a states man think thai he can repair In three hours the damage to his reputation that he was three yeara in making. Boston Transcript Teamster's Life Saved. WRITES LETTER THAT 1$ WORTH READING VERY CAREFULLY. Petenon Pro.: I wa afflicted with a very aevere aore on my leg for year. I am tenmater. I tried all medicine and Mlvea, but without auceena. I tried doe tori, but they failed to cure me. I couldn't' (leep for many eight from pain, lloutort aaid I could not live for more than two year. Family Petaraon'i Ointment wa recommended to me and by ita use the aore wa entirely healed. Tlmnkfullv your, William Ifaaae, Went Park, Ohio, Mar. 22, 191 care P. O. Reitz, Box W. PeterHon aaya: "I am proud of the above letter and have hundred of other that tell of wonderful cure of Kczcnm, PUc and Skin Diaeaue." Peteraon' Ointment i 23 cent at all dni'gihts, and there ixn't a broad minded drugtfint in America that wont' praiae it. After Dccembei 1st, Peterson's Ointment SOc. Adv. Disqualified. "Ills feet kept him out of the urnay." "Flat?" "No; cold." Important to Mothers Examine carefully every bottle of CASTORIA, that famous old remedy for Infants and children, and see that It Signature of 2ffi&fa In Use for Over 30 Year. Children Cry for Fletcher's Castoria The Sort. "Jaggs regards local option with a sort of tigerish ruge." "Yes; a blind-tigerish rage." - Contrary Advantage. "How was It that Jones came so rapidly to the front?" "He had the backing." Hotice The Experience of These There u a Remedy for Aberdeen, Idaho. "Last year I suffered from a weakness with pains in my side and back. A friend asked me to try Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege table Compound and I did so. After taking one bottle I felt very much better. I have now taken three bottles and feel like a different woman. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound is the best medicine I have ever taken and I can recom mend it to all suffering women." Mrs. Percy Prestidge, Aberdeen, Idaho. Kingfisher, Okla. "For two years I suffered with a severe female trouble, was nervous, and bad backache and a pain in my aide most of the time. I had dizzy spells and was often so faint I could not walk across the floor. The doctor paid I would have to have an operation. A friend asked me to try Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. After taking ten bottles I am now Well and strong, have no pain, backache or dizzy epells. Every one tells me how well I look and I tell them Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com pound did it " Miss Nina Southwick, R. F. D. No. 4, Box 33, Kingfisher, Okla. LYDIAX P: VEGEMBLE COMPOUND V LYDIA E.PINKHAM MEDICINE Higher Authority. "Mr. Brown is outside," said the new office boy. "Shall I 6hov him in?" "Not on your life!" exclaimed the lars." "Show him In," calmly said the sen! or member of the firm. "He owes me twenty-five dollars." Harper's Month 1. BOSCHEE'S GERMAN SYRUP will quiet your cough, soothe the ln flamruation of a sore throat and lungs, stop Irritation In the bronchlul tubes, insuring a good night's rest, free from coughing and with easy expectoration in the morning. Made and sold In America for flfty-two years. A won derful prescription, assisting Nature In building up your general health and throwing off the disease. Especially useful In lung trouble, asthma, croup, bronchitis, etc. For sale In all civil- laed countries. Adv. Partial. Poet That editor shows favoritism he kicks me twice to Scribbler's once. Dr. Plerce'a Pellets are best for liver. bowels and etomach. One little Pellet for a laxative, three for a cathartic. Ad. From Florida. Suit Case Ever travel South? Alligator Bag Sure thing ; thnt was my old home, you know. HEAL BABY RASHES That Itch, Burn and Torture With Cut!- cura Trial Free. A hot Cutlcura Soap bath la soothing to Irritated skins when followed by gentle application of Cutlcura Oint ment. Use Cutlcura for every-day toi let preparations to prevent such trou bles. After this treatment baby sleeps mother rests and healment follows. Free sample each by mall with Book. Address postcard, Cutlcura, Dept L, Boston, Sold everywhere. Adv. Long Distance Cry. Mamma Now be a good little girl and stop crying. Buth (three years old) Me won't stoy crying till papa hears me. Mamma But he can't hear you ; he's In New York. Buth Den me'll dest have to cwy frou ze telefome. A statesman Is a politician who can keep his face closed at the right time. When Your Eves Need Care Try Murine Eye Remedy Ho 8mrtln Jn Bye Comfort, to eant at jrattlata or matL Wrtta for Wnm Mr Book. MUaUMa M.W UBaUUDV CO., C1UOAUO I ACID POISONING! 1 The moat eminent phyalrlana reroirnlaa ; tl ut urie aclit itorad up In Ilia ytum la i Oia raub of Kut and rlieumatiain, that I till uilt! atid polaon la prenent In the , joint, muai'lea, or narvaa. liy eaperl- meriting and anaiyai at ine invalid' Hotel and Hurulral Inatltui In Buffalo, N. Y., lr. I'lere (Uncovered a combina tion of native ramedlaa that ha called An-u-rlc, which drive out the uric arid from the yatem, and In thla way tha puln, awelllnc and Inflammation aubelda. It you are a aufferer from rheumatlam, backache, pain here or there, you can ob tain Anurlc, double etrn-th, at any dru atora and get relief from the palna and III brought about by urle acid; or aand tr. Men n lOo (or trial pk(. Anuria which you will find many tlmea mora potent than llthla and eliminate urlo acid aa hot water melta augar. A abort trial will convince you. Hand a aample of your water to Dr. Pierce and It will be teated free of charge. Anurlo I a regular Inaurance and llfe aaver for all blir meat eater and thuae who deposit llme-aalta In their Joint. IS HUMANITY'S GREATEST FOE It i alwaya a terror to old people and a menace at tome time or another to every human being, young or old. It ia the forerunner of more ilia and Buffering than almoat any of NATURE'S DANGER SIGNALS and ahould never be allowed to fro unheeded. At the very firat indication of conrtipauon get DR. TITTTS LIVER PILLS which for 72 yeara haa been auccefully ued for thia moat prevalent of all dUorder. For aalo by druggUu and dealer everywhere. Dr. Tuft's Liver Pills V i i toiSick Women Prove That Your Illness. AtVbur Druddist's. CO. LYNN. MASS. v Always Relieves Stomach Trouble Your druggist has it or can get it for you. PEPS-AID COMPANY. GOSHEN. INDIANA r Horcerace Proves Man's Age. A man's nge was decided In a pe culiar manner before a Greenwich, England, court recently. The military authorities claimed that a man, George Frederick Grandeer, was not forty three years old, and therefore still liable for services. The man's defense was that he was past his forty-third birthday. In support of this defense he stated that he was born on June 3, 1S74, the day George Frederick won the Derby, and that he was named af ter the horse. The defense wns ac cepted, and the man was discharged. $100 Reward, $100 Catarrh is a local disease greatly Influ enced by constitutional conditions. It therefore requires constitutional treat ment. HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE Is taken Internally and acts through the Blood on the Mucous Surface of the Sys tem. HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE destroys the foundation of the disease, give the patient strength by Improving the general health and assists nature In doing Its work. ilOO.OO for uv rune nf Catarrh that HALL'S CATARRH AiKDiuixvis rail to cure. Druggists 75c. Testimonials free. F. J. Cheney ft Co.. Toledo, Ohio. Two Mothers. 'Why do you make your daughter study housekeeping and toil so over accounts? I wouldn't make my daugh ter work like that. I want her to to marry a millionaire." 'It so happens that my daughter Is engaged to a millionaire. So I wish to fit her for the responsibilities she will have to assume." Unusual. "See anything unusual on your trip?" "Yes. At one of the places where I stopped I found a ticket agent who didn't seem annoyed when I asked for a ticket." He's Jest Awful. "What'll cure a wart?" asked Dave. "That depends on what alls It," an swered Sarb, seriously. Many Children Are Sickly. Mother GrMv'a Sweet Pnvdm rMMM. breulc upColda in 24 hours, rellere FeTerishness, ncujKuB, otomacn iron ilea. Teething Disor ders, move and regulate the bowels, and Destroy W orms. They are ao plenaant to take children like them. Used by mothers for 30 yeara. All druggists, 2&c. Sample FRJCS. Addreaa. Mother Gray Co., Le Eoy, N. Y. The essence of humor Is sensibility, warm, tender fellow-feeling with all forms of existence. Don't overdo anything. Too much gratitude takea on the appearance of expectation. FORT WAYNE FOLKS TESTIFY Fort Wayne, Ind. "For a number of years I have suffered with kidney (rouble, especially after retiring at night. I had taken several udvertlsed kidney medicines, but with little or no results, then I heard of Ir. Plerce'a Anurlc Tablets, and knowing by expe rience how good Dr. Pierce's other remedies were I decided to give this new remedy a trial. The first bottle cleared all sediment from the water, relieved the bladder so that I could rest at night and took the rheumatism and stiffness from my hands and fin gers. I feel amply repaid, and hope my testimonial will help someone else to try it, too." MRS. PICMILA TOlfr KINSON, 815 Cottage Ave. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets for the liver and bowels hnve been favorably known for nearly 50 years. Adv. HORSE SALE DISTEMPER You know that when you eell or buy throuarh the aalee ynu have aliont one chance In fitly to eacape UAl.H STAlll.i DIM! liMPtlt. MaPOH-V!" la your true protection, your only aafeguard, for aa aure aa you treat all your horaea with It. you will aoon be rid of the dlaeaae. It acta aa a aure preventive, no matter how they are "expoaed." 60 cent and $1 a bottle; IS and flO doaen bottle, at all good druKKlsta, boraa good houea, or delivered by Uie manufacturer. Bl'Oll MfcDlCAL CO Maaafactarera, Goshen, tmd U.S.A- iK 1 I I jga. . rfVff aw mmzs&mt Eat When You Like One opportunity Is enough for the man who knows to take advantage of It There Is a market In India for cotton belting. 37 More For Your Money Get the Genuine aSCARAg QUININE No advance in price for thia 20-year-old remedy 25c for 24 tablet Soma cold tablet now SOc for 21 tablet Ficured oa proportionate coat per tablet, you save 9Mc when you buy rau a iuree unin in 24 houra trip in 3 daya Money a mm Dice 11 it laiia. At any Drua Stave A Save the Calves! Stamp ABORTION Out el Year Herd and Keep II Out I Apply treatment yourself. Small expense. Write for free booklet ,on Abortion, "Questions and Answers". Btate number at cattle in herd. Dr. DmM lobtrlt hi. Co., 100 Brand Annua, Wuhnta, 1 MAKE HOME ATTRACTIVE WITH MUSIC Look Into our line of new, clean, beautiful, easy songs. Send your address for our oaW alog, and when It comes pick one song out of a mat nta your taste ana we win sea a it vm you free and postpaid as a sample. THE C E. LESLIE MUSIC HOUSE. S10 S. Dearborn St. Chicao. II line PARKER'S r" HAIR BALSAM A toilet prvpumtlon of mHt B.lpa to radicate rJandralC. For Rotorinc Color mmd Boaut? to Gray or Fad ad Hair. 6('c and tl.OQat Drunrlata. Merchandise Wanted or'rrnfX'fSTSoS'o? good. Will pay part easo. aa.i . Sanaa, UfkTMtt, mm FLORIDA SaMlal Otto oa SakXIa Uaa Star In. HapeeiaUy adapted to trnoktriK, fruit and iMnltr OUlturo. Wrila Jukaaatllto Uttu laa. U., Jatuaatlu. lie. roa COUGHS ano COLDS -ak a prompt and effective remedy m that acta quickly and contain no opiates. You can get audi a remedy by Baking fat W. N. U, FORT WAYNE, NO. 46-1817.