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Compelled to Bo on Her Feet the Larger Part of the
Day Finds a Tonic In Pe-ru-na.
Miss Curtain, of St.
Paul, Gives Her
MISS NELLIE CURTAIN, 648 Tearl
street, St. Paul, Miun., head sales
Woman in a department store writes :
" I have charge of a department in
a dry goods store, and after standing
the larger part of the day, would go
home with a dull ache, generally
through my entire body. I used Pe
run a and feel so much better that I
walk to and from the store now. I
know Peruna to be the best medicine
on the market for the diseases peculiar
to women." Miss Nellie Curtain.
Nothing1 is so weakening" to the human
Bystem as the constant loss of mucus.
Catarrhal inflammation of the mucous
membrane produces an excessive forma
tion of mucus. Whether the mucous
membrane be located in the head or
BEGGAR GIVES CREDIT.
Bat He Doetn't rtrllsh the Practice
That Some People Have of
Putting; Itim Off.
Chckib 13ey, the Turkish minister to
Washington attended in Philadephia the
recent launching of the Turkish warship
Medjidia at the Cramps' shipyard.
During the luncheon following the
launch Chckib Bey animadverted for a mo
ment to the beggars of Philadelphia, says
an exchange of that city.
"You have here," he f-aid, "an enterpris
ing and intelligent collection of beggars.
One of them approached mc this morn
ing. He told a moving tale of misfortune;
then he asked me for a little money.
"I put my hand in my pocket, to find
that I was altogether ?ut of change.
" 'My man,' I gaid, 'I have nothing for
you now, but in an hour I shall be pass
ing this wav again. Then I promise
you you ehail get something from inc.'
" 'All right, sir,' said the beggar; but
all the same he added, fretfully, 'you
wouldn't believe the amount of credit I
give in this way.' "
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COMPELLED TO USE A CRUTCH FOR EIGHT MONTHS. DOAN'S KIDNEY PILLS
CURED MRS. P. CONLIN. CARBON DALE. PA.
Mrs. P. Conlin. Green
field Avenuo, Carbondala,
Pa., rays : " I suffered with
backache, and, despite tins
uso of inedicini s, I could not
ret rid of it. tea compelled
la use a crut-:h for eight
months, and a rai"t of the
time was unable to walk at
all. I fairly screamed if I
attempted to lift my feet
from the floor, and, llnally,
I lost control of my liuils
through weakness, as I could
neither bend nor straighten
up to my full height, and if
evera woman was in a serious
rendition, I was. Iy hus
band went to Kelly's 3ru
store and brought home a
box of Donn's Pills. I felt
easier in a few days, and,
continuing tho treatment, I
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Same with a microbe ; only more so.
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pelvic organs, the discharge of mucus
is sure to occur.
This discharge of mucus constitutes
a weakening drain; the system cannot
long withstand the loss of mucus,
hence it is that women afflicted with
catarrhal affections of tho pelvic or
gans feci tired and languid, with weak
back and throbbing braiu. Acourseof
Peruna is sure to restore health by
cutting off the weakening drain of the
daily loss of mucus.
An Admirable Tonic
Congressman Mark II. Bunnell, Na
tional IIotel,Va6hington, D. C, writes:
"Your Peruna being used by myself
and many of my friends and acquaint
ances not only as a cure for catarrh
but also as an admirable tonicfor phys
ical recuperation, I gladly recommend
it to all persons requiring such reme
dies." Mark II. Dunnell.
If you do not derive prompt and satis
factory rp suits from the use of Peruna,
write at once to Dr. Hartraan, giving a
full statement of your case and he will
be pleased to give jrou his valuable ad
Address Dr. Ilartman, President of
The Ilartman Sanitarium, Columbus, O.
The Eskimos were very angry with the
"What did he do?" asked the member of
the relief expedition.
"He petted our dogs," explained the
"Is there any harm in petting your
'Yes; their tails were frozen stiff, and
when they went to wag them they broke
off." Stray stories.
Too Snssreative of the Past.
"No, the Duckleighs never have hay
"JJut I thought they had everything that
"Yes, but they are a little sensitive
about hay fever. Their father used to
run a feed store, you know." Cleveland
Johnny "Grandpa have you any
teeth?" Grandpa ".No, my child, thev
have all gone." Johnny "Then I think
1"11 let you hold mv nuts while I run an
errand.' Glasgow Evening Times.
Keep out of the ruts of prejudice. Farm
and Home. 1
was soon able to wplk. At
the end of two weeks the
Fains in my loins left. When
had completed tho treat
ment, I had not an ache nor
a pain, and I have been in
that condition ever since.
Aching- backs are eased.
Hip, back, and loin palm
overcome. Swelling of the
limbs and dropsy signs
They correct urine with
brick dust sediment, h i r b
colored, pain in passing',
dribbling1, frequency, bed
wetting. Doan's Kidney Pills
remove calculi and praveL
Relieve heart palpitation,
4 f rm t i im
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the flesh and strength of
By RUTLEDGE SMITH.
For a number of years prominent
farmers of the State, and others in
terested in agricultural pursuits, have
given much time and thought to the
best method of arousing and stimulat
ins our farmers to a realization of
our natural advantages as an agricul
tufal State that we may secure th3
best results from our labors. From
time to time farmers' institutes have
been held in various parts of the State,
and much interest has been created,
and our farmere are beginning to real
ize the great benefits to be derived
from these meetings. Heretofore the
appropriations for the work have been
small, and the Department of Agri
culture has only been able to hold
these institutes in a limited number
of counties. However, the present
legislature, fully realizing the great
importance of this work, increased
the appropriation, and the commis
sioner of agriculture hopes to be able
to hold an institute in every county
in the State, and also division or con
gressional meetings. Dates have al
ready been announced by the depart
ment for West Tennessee, and the
first meeting will be held at Camden,
Monday, August 24, and close at Sa
vannah, September 12, after which
time dates will be announced for Mid
dle and East Tennessee. The very
best speakers, local and foreign, will
appear at these meetings, and all sub
jects of interest to those interested in
agriculture, horticulture, etc,, will be
discussed, and nothing will be left
undone to make the occasion a suc
cess. To this end it is the earnest
wish of the department that all who
are interested in the work will attend
and give their assistance.
A Crisis for the Negroes.
The recent unfortunate occurrences
in the North have precipitated a flood
of discussion of the race question
throughout the entire Union. Com
menting upon existing conditions.
Prof. W. H. Councill, principal of the
Alabama Agricultural and Mechanical
College for negroes, said:
"There is a crisis at hand for the
negro race in America. I am not sur
prised at the evidences of antagonism
to tho negro in certain portions of
the North which have been recently
exhibited; in fact, I have long pre
dicted such antagonism would arise
there, because that people do not right
ly know the negro and are less dis
posed to deal with him justly than ar
the people of the South.
"I have always held that the South
was the negro's rightful home; that
here he had greater opportunities for
building himself up than anywhere
else, and every day only the more thor
oughly convinces mo of the truth of
this; but he must be brought to know
that he can maintain himself only
along lines of honesty, industry and
helpfulness to ihose around him. The
South possesses in the negro race the
best and most tractable Jabor in the
world, and every interest demands that
this fact should be knewn and appre
ciated by both while and black alike."
What We Are Coming To.
" Tommy, have you been vaccinat
ed?" "Yes, ina'am."
"Have you had your vermiform ap
"Have you a certificate of inocula
tion for the croup, the chickenpox and
"Is your lunch put up in Dr. Koch's
patent antiseptic dinner pail?"
"Have you your own sanitary slate
rag and disinfected drinking cup?"
'Do you wear a camphor-bag around
your throat, a collapsible life-belt, and
insulated rubber heels for crossing the
"All of these."
"And a lite insurance policy against
all the encroachments of old age?"
Then you may hang your cap on the
insulated peg and proceed to learn
along sanitary lines."
The Immensity of Time.
A gigantic watch will be one of the
features of the coming St. Ixiuis
World's Fair. It will have a polished
metal case, and will be large enough
to allow people to walk inside it and
Inspect the machinery. Its diameter
is to be 75 feet and height 40 feet,
with neat stairways running all about.
The balance wheel will weigh a ton,
and the hair spring will be 300 feet
In length and made of 10 steel bands,
2 inches thick, bound together. The
watch will be wound by steam regu
larly at a certain hour during the
Things Seen and Unseen.
Nobody ever saw a girl buggy-riding
with a one-armed man.
It makes a woman almost as mad to
find a long hair on her husband's coat
as it does him to find one in the but
ter. The queer things a woman wears
doesn't puzzle a man as much as why
ehe does it.
On the bathing beach in the daytime
and in the ballroom in the evening the
summer girl comes pretty near to giv
ing away, in one way, about all the
secrets there are about a woman's
When a mother approves a man who
is interested in her daughter it is a
sign she would like to pad the gate
where they say good night.
The Supreme Moment.
"Opporchunity," says Mr. Dooley,
"knocks at iviry man's dure wanst.
On some men's dures it hammers till
it breaks down the dure' an thin it
goes in and wakes him up, if he's
asleep, an' aftherwards it wurrks fr
him as night watchman. On other
men's dures it knocks an' runs away,
an on the dures iv some other men
It knocks an' whin they come out it
hits them over th' head with an axe.
But iviry man has an opporchunity."
A Powerful Voice.
Col. Prentiss Ingraham, author of a
thousand novels, soldier in several
wars, and a gentleman of the old
Southern school, is lifted from the
earth several times a day by a col
ored elevator conductor who, like
most of his race, is very fond of elab
orate language. Recently an artist
in the apartment gave a song recital
and the darkey heard her sing.
We Can't Chew It.
Pig iron has slightly declined, but
there is nothing in this statement that
will bring relief to the family market
baskets Cleveland. Plaindealer.
iBitaaee Whicfc Illustrate the)
Daager of Gettlngr Thing:
A Chicago banker, so the paper
says, recently made a proposal of
marriage to a lady in Cadiz, O., over
the long-distance telephone, and re
ceived an acceptance of his proposal
in the same manner. It worked all
right in this instance, and they will
soon be married, no doubt, and live
happy ever after, says the Los Angeles
'But think of the risks a matt runs
when he proposes over the telephone!
He might get the wrong party, by mis
take, and being unaware of it propose
to the wrong party. It requires no
strain on the imagination to see
where that would land him.
That, however, is not where the
great danger lies. We'll assume that
he already has got the right party,
and the first greetings are over, and
he has again reassured her on the
subject of his undying love, and she
has come back at him, good and
strong, with an avowal of her groat
faith in him, and some expressions of
unbounded affection. That's all over
with, remember, and he is trying to
think what to say next, and just about
at the point of risking all, and saying
the fateful words. He clears his
throat and says: "Er ahem! Clara,
"Bur-r-r-r-r-r-r-rup!" goes the tele
phone. Then a strange, girlish voice
comes; a voice that he has never
heard before. It says: "Did you get
the party you asked for?"
"Hang it all; no, I hadn't asked her
yet that is no, yes, I mean what
the devil is it to you, anyhow?"
"I asked if you got your party?
The tone is a trifle resentful.
"Oh, you mean yes, yes; I did have
her. all right don't cut me off again.'
"Bing! Chuck!" Then a long si
"Is that you, dear?"
"Yes, this is me. Is that you?"
"Yes. I was just about to say that
Is, I was going to ask "
"There's your party again."
"Here, what the deuce do you mean
"O, George! What are you saying?
"Hello, is that you? I thought it
was that other girl."
"Why, George, you just said "
"I want Main 91257, please."
"and I don't know what to make
of it. dear."
"Neither do I; this 'phone isn't
working right I had something very
important to say to you, darling.
"Are you sure it wasn't that other
girl you were going to say it to?"
"Nope, ain't sure of anything. I've
forgotten what it was, anyhow. I'll
call you up -again, later. Good-by."
And that might be the end of it all.
Vatler. and the Hlooil.
In the dry, sultry weather the heat
should be counteracted by a cooling
diet. To this purpose cucumbers, mel
ons and juicy fruits contribute. The
preference should be given to such ali
mentary substances as tend to contract
the forces which are too much expand
ed by. the heat. This property is pos
sessed by all acid foods and drink, such
as salads, lemons, pomegranates, or
anges, cherries and strawberries. Lem
onade and Rhenish or Moselle wines
mixed with water are also very cooling
and beneficial. American Queen.
Cut whole wheat bread into circular
slices, using a cake cutter for the pur
pose. Butter, lay on it a round tomato
of the same size, sprinkle with salt, and
pepper, and a little grated cheese, and
press the rounds together. Washing
Clever Scheme Spoiled by tlie Orer
Carefalneai of a. Con
As an advertisement tbe man had had
prepared some pretty little match boxea
tilled with matches; and he made it a point
to leave one of them, as if by accident, wher
ever he happened to be, relates the Chicago
"That's more effective than giving them
iway," he said. "The man who buds one
will give more attention to it than will the
man to whom one i9 given."
But his friend persisted in ignoring this
cheme. He picked up the match box
and restored it to the owner, w hereupon th
owner would leave it again.
"Never mind it," he would say: but the
friend persisted in minding it to the extent
hat he always lagged behind when a match
fox was left.
One day the advertiser happened to be
i the friend' room and came upon about
a gross of his match boxes.
"Where did tou get these?" he asked.
"Oh, I've picked ihem up where you have
left them anywhere,' was the reply. "No
use buying matches when you are giving
them away, you know."
And now the advertiser is trying to figure
out what good the advertising on tuo
boxes does him.
A German Farmer's Case.
Rich Fountain, Mo., Aug 17th. Rev.
Jos. Pope, of this place, ia widely and
favorably known as a clergyman who has
done and is doing much for his people
He is very much beloved by everyone for
the faithfulness of his pastoral work.
Rev. Mr. Pope has given for publication
a statement made to him by a German
farmer, who is a member of his congrega
tion. The man's name is George Hoel
lerer, and he has given Rev. Mr. Pope thia
"Last winter I suffered very much with
Rheumatism. I could neither walk nor
ride on horse back nor do any farm work.
"I took medicine from different doctors,
but they did not do me any good. Then
I tried Dodd's Kidney Pills procured for
me by a good friend. After I had taken
the first box I felt already a heap better;
I was relieved of the pain and could walk
and chop wood; and the contraction of
my fingers began to resolve.
"Now since I have taken six more boxes
of Dodd's Kidney Pills I feel well again
and am able to do all the work on the
Too many words be worse than not
enough, for they'll often leave a man'a
meaning ioggy. Jden .Fhilpott
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To cure- or money refunded fry your
Give Warning of Approach offlore
Do you experience fits of depression "with, restlessness, alternating
with extreme irritability, bordering upon hysteria? Are your spirits
easily affected so that one minute you laugh, and the next fall into con
Do you feel something like a ball rising in j-our throat and threaten
ing to choke ycu ; all the senses perverted, morbidly sensitive to light
and sound ; pain in the ovaries, and especially between the shoulders ;
sometimes loss of voice; nervous dyspepsia, and almost continually
cross and snappy, -with a tendency to cry at the least provocation?
If so, your nerves are in a shattered condition, and you are threat
ened with nervous prostration.
Undoubtedly 3'ou do not know it, but in nine cases out of ten this is
caused by some uterine' disorder, and the nerves centering in and about the
organs which make you a woman influence 3our entire nervous system.
Something must be done at once to restore their natural condition or
you will be prostrated for weeks and months perhaps, and suffer untold
Proof is monumental that nothing in the world is better for this
purpose than Lydia E. Iinkliam's Vegetable Compound; thou
sands and thousands of women have written us so.
How Hrs. Holland, of Philadelphia, suffered
among the finest physicians in the country, none of
whom could help her finally cured by Lydia E.
PinkhanVs Vegetable Compound.
"Dear Mrs. Tixkham : For over two years I was a constant suf
ferer from extreme nervousness, indigestion, and dizziness. Menstruation
was irregular, had backache and a feeling of great lassitude and weak
ness. I was so bad that I was not able to do my own work or go far in
the street. I could not sleep nights.
"I tried several splendid doctors, but they gave me no relief. After
taking Lydfa E. Pinkliam's Vegetable Compound I soon began to
foel better, and was able to go out and not feel as if I would fall at
every step. I continued to take the medicine until cured.
"I cannot say enough in behalf of Lydia R Pinkham's medicine,
and heartily recommend all suffering women to try it and find the
relief I did." Mrs. Florence Holland, C22 S. Clifton St., Phila
delphia, Pa. (Jan. 6, 1902.)
Another case of severe female trouble cured by
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, after the
doctors had failed.
"Dear Mrs. Pinkham: I was in poor health for several years.
I had female trouble and was not able to do my housework alone. I
felt tired, very nervous, and could not sleep. I doctored with several
doctors. They doctored me for my stomach, but did not relieve me.
I read in your book about your medicine, and thought I would try it.
I did so, and am now cured and able to do my work alone, and feel
good. I was always very poor, but now weigh one hundred and fifty
44 1 thank you for the relief I have obtained, and I hope that every
woman troubled with female weakness will give Lydia E. Pinkliam's
Vegetable Compound a trial. I have recommended it to many of my
friends." Mrs. Maria Bowers, Millersviile, Ohio. (Aug. 15, 1901.)
Will not the volumes of letters from women made strong by
I.ydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound convince all of the
virtues of this medicine ?
How shall the fact that it will help them he made plain ?
Surely you cannot wish to remain weak, and sick, and discour
aged, exhausted with each day's work. You have some derange
ment of the feminine organism, and Lydia E. Pinkham's egetable
Compound -will help you just as surely as it has others.
A certain nouveau riche woman, of
Philade'phia, who bears the reputation of
a Mrs. Malaprop and misuses her English
with a fine disregard of the proprieties,
was staying with her daughter at an At
lantic City hotel. One evening, while
seated on the hotel porch, she overheard
two young men, who were unaware of
her presence, discussing her daughter.
"That Miss Clank is a very charming
girl," said one. "Don't you think so?"
"Yea," was the reply; "but what a pity
she's so delicate."
This was too much for the mother,
who prided herself on her daughter's good
"Delicate!" she broke In; "my daugh- 1
ter delicate! hy, she s one of the most
indelicate girls I ever saw in my life!"
Merit Makes It the World's Leader.
Merit, greatest medicine ever put into
convenient form for quick, easy, pleasant
use backed by the right kind of adver
tising, has given Cascarets the great
est sale in the world among laxative med
icines. Over ten million boxes a year are
now being bought by the American people.
Great success always brings out imitators,
and readers are warned that when it
comes to buying medicine the best is none
too good, and whenever a dealer offers to
sell you something just as good, put it
down as a worthless fake, put your money
in your pocket, and go to a store where
you will be treated fairly, and where,
when you ask for Cascarets, you will
get whatyou ask for.
Oar Strenaoas Life.
Foreigners seek in various ways to ex
press their sense of the strenuousness of
American life. An educated young Ital
ian, who is a purist in his own language,
tried to expresa the idea with precision
the other day. He said slowly and with
"Americans do everything ruahly."
N. Y. Times
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I ami sure Piso's Cure for Consumption
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Life's little freta call for it largest faith.
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"Have you had much experience':'' asked
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ady, portentously. "I could write a
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