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m .g m OT me tSCLCK * i t is where some people feel of I J. I I : ol ill the time. y are likely to be despondent is not unusual to find them wing trouble as if they hadn't bi already. f fact is their kidneys are I either naturally or because hkness, exposure, worry or influences. ■I. <» of cf f I thankful to say." writes J. L. Camp 'Sycamore, III., "that Hood'd Sartapa m cured me. For many years 1 was d with backache. At times I was so id to be helped from the bed or chair, iw well and strong and free from pain." his great medicine did for him it haa r others. od's Sarsaparilla [ises to cure and keeps the Begin treatment with ise 's todav j>ng the pets of the sultan of [to are seven lions. These he Is to range the courtyards of the f at night, to act as guards to the harem. ASTORIA For In laut 3 and Children. ind You Have Always Bought 1 irs the atnre of f thing that takes away a good [of the pleasure for women in Ing out where you sleep on the id is that there is no chance tc lor a man under the bed. 1» more Catarrh In this section of th* than all other diseases put tagether, til the last few yea irable. onounced it a local disease, and pre local remedies, and by constantly fall wlth local treatment, pronounced Science has proven catarrh -o rs was supposed to great many years doc For cure rable. [institutional disease, and therefore re constitutlonal treatment. Halis Ca ïure, manufactured by F. J. Cheney & iledo, Ohio, is the only constitutional It is taken internally n the market, es from 1Û drops to a teaspoonful. ' It Irectly on the blood and mucous sur »f the system. They offer one hundred I for any case it falls to cure. Send culars and testimonials. F. J. CHENEY. Toledo, Ohio, by druKBists, T5c. a Family Pills are the best Address |ntes»s Tolstoi, Sophia Anderona, lild seeming womaD who since her [age has devoted her whole time I husband and her three children, he latter she made all the clothes [they were ten years old. I lvn, N. Y„ Oct. Slnt.-After invesiigat krtield Tea, which is quite nniveresily vv ledgud to be tiie best family remedy, it idittiVult to explain in success—it is the [lie ;or OOOlr RESULTS. It il manu-, ne Hi:» hclii lea <'o. in th. i [nl attra- ive lab at tv an i is ma-lj f from simple, svvee; and withal healt [ llEit I S. Oarnelvl lea i- the ORIGINAL for constipation and sick headache ire rYe Olde Seven Stars" Inn, Man hr boasts of the oldest public i in all England. It has been li Id for 550 years. «■»SOTS PENSION CKF0R0. Wellington. 0. C.. they will re Ive quick replies. B. «^th N. H. vols. Staff prps. Prosecuting claims since 187& [Munich publisher has issued a [in two parts on the oldest, big [and otherwise most remarkable in Bavaria. Evi'T man. woman and child snfThr» pneu U us. ED ina w th colils. a-thma, croup, monia or coD.umpiion to writ can Lang Balm Pad Co.. Chattanooga, n. lerallv the woman who knows to cook dislikes to do it as much e woman who doesn't know how to do it. r Safe Medicine for Children. tnder little inaiJ*» of children are ruined lent purge*, pills or liquids. ■asant, harmless, effective. Druggists. :. 50c. Ca»car*ta Salta, In Arflentina. a list of boyi girls who have failed to atend >1 Is published in the papers. » of Dr. KliaoV Great Nerre U.M trial bottlr »ad t reat alter tret' rr k.H.Ku«B.: e rule which women have about Its is always to keep those that tot worth telling. there will find Mrs. Winslow's Booth prup the best remedy to ose toe theii reu during rhe reethlng period has been decided by the Kansas pme court that opening a window [in constitutes 'burgUrious break Within the meaning of the law." '» Cur« I« ttw tmt medlrin« wa trrm tor all affection« of th# throat and ' on ** . O. Endsieg, Vanburen. Ind., Fob. IS ie growing of rice is regarded ai» safest and surest cereal produc as it is also the most proflUble. having the largest use and market 1 the grains. inv figures of speech are used to Ive ourselves as well as others. I EX-PBIEST WAS ORDEBED OUT. Chicago, Nov. 3.—There was an in lenBely dramatic scene in Holy Name i cathedral today when, In the presence of fully 1000 parishioners. Jeremial I J. Crowley, the excommunicated Ro I man Catholic priest, was publicly hu I n*Hiated by order of the authorities : ol the church. «ent on m**ni to Father Crowley had entered the church unobserved, passing up the center aisle, and had taken a seat ai most under th" pulpit. S' ?! n j.?b trass ilv „ ton. los* was being célébra: When the presence Crowiey became known, F. • ■I. Barry, chancellor of the ir !. <» f Chicago, was hurriedly * u Upon entering the cath< i «1 stialght to the seat whei r.iunicated clergyman 1 and ordered him to leave the churcn. Father Crowley refused to go, sav.ng: "Fut me out, if you dare!" The strain was intense, and one woman in the congregation tainted. There was no resort to force, how ever. Chancellor Barry signalled to a nan in the choir loft and the sound of the organ ceased and the singing cf the choir was hushed. The priests on the altar stopped the solemn serviie at the end of the "gloria" and walked to the benches and laid aside their golden vestments. The altar boys marched out of the f r.nctuary through a side door, and the priests, clad in their cassocks, fol lowed. The next moment the hun dreds of incandescent lights In the vaulted arches were extinguished and the candle lights on the altar were put out. time. s . ne • 1 and VV. a < .cc.\ *.- -1 .i rrv fai I tiie The strain was broken wheu Chan cellor Barry appeared in the pulpit rnd said: "Owing to the presence In inis sacred edifice of an excoramunl (Hte.d priest, the solemn hieh mass 1 as been suspended. We will proceed with a low mass. No sermon was delivered, however and the mass was at an end before the congregation was calm again. The parishioners lingered around the cathedral and watched the deposed priest as he hurried away. None spoke to him. & I It : A TRYING OCCl'PATIOX FOR WOMEN WITH DELICATE NERVES. The Hard Work Entailed by *he Charge of a «ehool Room Of en Causes the Health to Hreak Down. From th* Tribune Minnenpolit, Minn. Teaching school is an occupation which has many attractions for cul tured women, hut it also has many drawbacks and often affects their heaPh seriously. Especially is this so in the case of women with delicate j nervous systems and those with a ten- j dency to pulmonary troubles. Miss Mary K. Powers, of Ellsworth, N\ is., is a teacher whose health was broken down by the hard work which the charge of a large school entails it She says : "During the winter of 1898, while teaching »cliool, I liecame subject to which grew worse until my whole system was run down, back ached and at times I was so dusty that I could hardly stand. My limbs were swollen and always tired, so that I felt no more rested in the morning than when I went to bed. was also troubled with a cough and the food I ate did not strengthen me. This condition, accompanied by pal pation of the heart, kept up for sev eral months until in March, when I read about Dr. Williams' Pink Pflls for Pale People in a Juneau, Wiscon sin, newspaper. "I began taking the pills and in about a week I noticed a change for the better. I felt so encouraged by this improvement that I kept on tak ing them until I had used three boxes, and was entirely cured. I always keep Pink Pills by me and I take them occasionally when I feel the need of a tonic. "I believe firmly in the good 'done by Pink Pills for Pale People and have advised many of my friends to use them." All the elements necessary to give new life and richness to the blood and restore shattered nerves fc are con tained in a condensed foim, in Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People. They are an unfailing specific for such diseases as locomotor ataxia, partial paralysis. St. Vitus' dance, sciatica, neuralgia, rheumatism, nervous headache, the .after effects of the grip, palpitation of the heart, pale and sal low complexions, and all forms of weakness. At all druggists, or direct from Dr. Williams Medicine Co., Schenectady, N. Y., 50 cents per box ; six boxes 12.5<». nervousness My i a Supreme court JusUces in New York city receive $7500 a year more than Justices of the supreme court of the United Sûtes. IS ai» to Time proves all things. It haa seen Wizard Oil cure pain for over forty years. Many people know this. Many things are loet by bolding on I to trifles too tenaciously. ild in. ConxUntinopk-. Nov. 8. 'Hie [».rtf ha» «ent a note to M. B.rp*t. (counselor <.f the French legation, inclosing monthly diaft-. on the u>tom... in payitM-ni of the 1 jo - ramio and Tnliill claim*, and embodying certain deci*ion* of the Turkish Ifuvero* m**ni r»*var«lin^ the quay*« riitf'uultit**. Jiajr-l lid« f«*i waitlrtl tin* to Pari*. M. coinin',micatioii , I *<* Han* C bans l»>tnn. New York, Nov. 8.—The IVkin pondent of the Herald Chang i-t dying. ilv have Ix-cn nrre* Hiing Trie member- ,.t hi- f.iin -u in moiled to lx- in tendance and a fatal termination „ . ... , . „ Portland < i-rm-nt Work-, at >mth Well ton. one of the l.irgi-t of it- kind in the United *: i!< . ha- U-. n ilf-tr..v.-.|. The los* will exceed t?HO,(HK). j ■ I niMMitniiiiT'g «ohnol* in ; ■' n 1 '' ,1, ' r th * KiIim loi. 'ii' bawé'Tr V* In'.'iur eoiiu eduratrei to • •-»• i. at >f his iiiiu-* i* feared. Rohliera nt Rla<*k l!iii-k. TIoxie. Aik., Nu». 8.—Tin Black Kork WH * robbed and ij>l<MNN> worth of pari- Ix-longing !• VV. D. Bird, with dynamite. The burglar* e-rap-,1. Cement Work» D«-»tro>*d. Wellston, Ohio, Nov. h. The bank at !»f •J 'oo in cash The safe vva- blown p n ; Alma . Sc... The exie-n-e Porto Ui. . I I- vi amount m.ci t pupils enroilwi alwitv- e--eiituil to rrv tii* i-eop:f* fai t tiiat I li-r-e i ity-pei -iii. loii-tn.atli nialiiria u-v er « I- H"-iener'- : Our Private Dir tiie bottle. r on-» It ci>. are beim nur*«Tire i-*rtiMiijr . iiurvtuisnt* hu iif*. an»i that im liitler* fini:, HlHl Urine Trv it. 5 in nia* I in over the neck of flood cooks make cheerful husband*. i 0 4 rumi A Boon To Humanity Is what everybody says who has used I ; St. Jacobs Oil : For it cures the most diffi cult cases of Rheumatism after every other form o< treatment has failed. St. Jacobs Oil nev<*r fails. j j It Conquers Pain Price, >sc and soc. SOI.n It»- Al t. I»K VI.EKÄ IN MF.rilCINR ■ i Svrw «Figs a * F, CniHtr , Pleasantly and Gently. fr Assists 0Nfr ,, iCoKsnp To Overcome 1 1 ■ * r si 9 % I AtlOh Permanently With many millions of families Syrup of Figs has become the ideal home laxative. The combination is a simple and wholesome one, and the method of manufacture by the California Fig Syrup Company ensures that perfect purity and uniformity of product, • which have commended it to the favorable consideration of the}' most eminent physicians and to the intelligent appreciation of all who are well informed in reference to medicinal agents. Syrup of Figs has truly a laxative effect and acts gently with* out in any way disturbing the natural functions and with perfect freedom from any unpleasant after effects. In the process of manufacturing, figs are used, as they are pleasant to the taste, but the medicinally laxative principles of the combination are obtained from plants known to act most bene* fidally on the system. *1 * 1 % 4 I à 6 T# ijct its beneficial effects ^ buy the jer\uir\erM*n\jfacturecl by Cahforaia TkjS^rupf® Sa r> Fra r\oi*co.CaJ. £ New YorMfX Louisville. Ky. prick jo* ran Komi ros «All BV ALL DSUOOISTB *i 7) r . ml VM / ' / ■ sr I VSii and OLD PEOPLE r* k! m -.■II Bad Cirraktvn is the cause of most of On. fils that come with old age. With advancing years there is a decline of strength and vigor—the machinery of the body moves with less speed and accuracy, Because of the weak ar.d irregular action of the heart the blood moves more "slowly, ! ecomes impure and loses mm h of its life-sustaining properties, and muscles, tissues and nerves literally starve for lack of nourishment. A sluggish and noliuted circulation is followed by a knjf train of bodilv ailments. Cold feet, chilly sensations up and down the spine, poor appetite and digestion, wrrn<*4 of the muscles, rheumatic jam», hard and lissi:mi skin, face sores, chronic running ulcers on the lower litrd-» and other parts of lie txxly — these and many other discuses peculiar to old people are tine to a l.v*k of healthv blood and imperfect circulation, Restoration to health must come th*»-ugh the building tip and purification of the blood, tlius a.liling strength and 'use to the vital organs and quick, health*. - action to the circulation. S. S. S. being stnctly a vegetable blood remedy and the best tenir makes it the most valuable and efficacious of all medicine fur old people. It is f* v from all mineral ingredients, and mild and pleasant in its action. Heures l <»«d disease» of everv character, even those inherited or contracted in early lue. A s the system *ets under the influence of S. S. ft. therr is a marked improvement i.i the general aD j rfOn-r ' pu.*cr blood beg appetite improves, and there is a softness end elasticity about the sk.n that too have not noticed for years ; sores begin t<» l.cal pains in muscles and joinyi grad j ually cease, and you find that it is jjossifclc t->fee happy and healthy even in ohi age. Our medical department is in charge of physician» who make a study of blood and skin diseases. If you would like to ha»<* their opinion and advice in your case, write tlicm all about it and you shall receive such information and advice as you want. This will cost you nothing. Others have found our medical ilepart ment of great benefit tc- them — their cure U-ing much more rapid as the rtrilt ol some special directions received from our physicians. Don't be your own doctor when you can get medical advice free. Book os Blood and Skin Diseases mail l m oil who desire it. ' corciRC COMPANY. ATLANTA. CU. ; is to circulate through the ixxly the . Fa.oiliml liamr«. \' e-t Point. N. Y , Nov. 4. most eliispiy «sn!e*tpd g» played on West Point field tiie e,i.|et« lied Yales strong team by a seore of 5 to 5. New York. Nov. 3 -Between Hism out in »mi people saw the Columbia football team shut out the repn*u-ntati»e* of the University of Pennsylvania. Score: Co lumbia. 11: Pennsylvania, 0. lthii-a. N. Y.. Nov. .1.—Princeton scor ed a hard fought victory over Cornell by the narrow margin of 2 punt*, the final score being 8 to fi. Cambridge, M e- . Nov. easily defeated Him n 4S to 0 BESTFORTHE ■BOWELS n the ve It tom haven't » nnlu bMiltr nonnml «f IR novel» ererr day. yun r« »ick or «lit tm Krvn you „I*-.. u. a«:; gayc* is Tlataol yti/ktc or V.U putroc .» drr^trnya TR injollml. iuImv au>»t i«rfei-i way at aiilR iR no»»,»clear and ciaat. in u, tu« CANBV ! CATHARTIC i« ntB»flllDllN MfWwwFwffwfW ILirvard .T nun mmu RrUtlona Wrre Strained. Bfilin, Nr.v. 4 Tltc intbin-.t'ion in Paris last uirk of the lettrr* written by Mutut. ralktehie. Ftncct T»*t»OoraS TmQpùé, R»»a* * iokwcTw •*»,». .h Ulirt UR Ms Writ! for free samp!«, and booklet va br»!th A a or*»» fîcnt-ral Yovrtin. French troop* in Chini, to Field Mar»h.il fount von WhMit-cc. shoe in^ among other thing« tiiat the relation« between _ ; he French general and the field marshal were strained during tiie entire jx-riod of foreign occupa: ion, eau-ed little ex citement here. A government uho was inter» iewnl on the siibj that absolutely no oceasion exi*:- for ioblx-r» and 8gi»»i taken. Germany to take offieul notice . f the did ■*.'•< » l •lamage, affair, adding that la- Matin, which pub- u stolen rig. lisheil tin* letters, was not an official : KEEP YCUR BLOOD CLEAI Hie»« ll|irn Ihr Hair. h nu» Nov if ( I'I Villa Id St Grand Rapid», M.ch., official -aft- in the private luink ■t *.iid Morton, at Whitriiall, »».i- blown i pn by ex pi oat on The robber* e-< ipr-d ill IV I'rlsro. i tiller Hear Itora I organ. - —-——-— ! Seattle. \V,i»h., Nov. 4. The Unit»*! There is a vast amount of haggling State« revenue cutter B»-ir h.t* received orders to prixeed to San Francisco. over ineonscqnental d*'tnils.