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Am Affection of Children Tfcnt Should Be Remedied Befora It III-come Chronic. Mouth-breathing results In injury to the entire respiratory system os well as in actual deformity of the bones of the face. The cause of mouth-breathing1 is of course any thing that interferes with the free passage of air through the nostrils. Thus in the early stage of an or dinary cold, the membranous lining of the nostrils becomes swollen, the nose becomes "stopped up," and the sufferer must breathe through the mouth, to his added discomfort. This is only temporary, yet it is by no means unimportant, for while it lasts It exposes one to inflammation of the tonsils, throat and lungs through the inhalation of cold and unfiltered air. says the Youth's Companion. Of greater importance, however, are the causes of habitual mouth breathing, from which so many chil dren suffer. The most common of these is a collection of glandular tis sue in the pharynx, and whenever a young child is seen to breathe habit ually with open mouth, an examina tion for these growths Bhould be made. Physicians sometimes hesitate to remove them, for they say they will probably disappear as the child grows older; but they may not dis appear, and even if they do, it mny be only after permanent damage has been done to the child. They ought always to be removed when they are voluminous enough to obstruct nasal respiration. A somewhat less common cause of habitual mouth-breathing is the pres ence of enlarged tonsils a condition which may or may not coexist with that just mentioned. These also will probably grow smaller as the child grows larger, but it Is far better to remove them at once, before Irreme diable damage has been done. Less frequently the nostrils are ob structed by growths, known as polypi, from their lining mucous membrane. The treatment of most of these conditions is simple, but as it can be carried out only by the physician, It need not be discussed here. The aim of this article is to urge .the necessity of seeking medical advice for anyone, child or adult, who habit ually breathes through the mouth, in order that more serious trouble may be averted. FEMININE FINERY. Pretty Notions In Drcii That Will Be Popular In tlie Coming Season, High crowned and broad trimmed hats are in prospect for the coming season as a suitable accompaniment for the wide lace collars, says the New York Sun. A yoke of fur shaping down to the belt as a vest in front is the novel feature of a velvet blouse nnd the new lace collar falls from under neath this ail around.' The most elegant evening wraps are very simple in effect, but extrava gant to a degree as regards cost. A silk coat with a deep circular flounce of fur, fur collar, and nndersleeves, and a real lace scarf at the neck is one example, while another is of white cloth with no trimnrtng except machine stitching and a collar and undersleeves of sable. A pretty blouse to wear with s cloth skirt is made of meteor crepe matching the cloth in color. Lines of lace insertion are set in intervals all around between groups of tucks and small gold buttons decorate the front plait. Pretty trimmings for collar bands, wrist-bands and waist decorations of various sorts are made by joining runs of braid with a lace stitch, or alternating narrow ribbon with braid and joining them in the same manner. Crepe de chine Is one of the most popular materials for the brides maid's gown. Sleeves are becoming more fanciful In type and gradually departing from the straight, tightly fitted model which has reigned so long. Soft crepe, mousseline, chiffon and figured nets are made up very fancifully for evening wear, and the foundation is usually of net or chiffon, closely shaped and fitted. 1 There is something inimitable In the wearing of black, and, next to all white, it is the most successful toilet imaginable, providing it is carried out in good taste. "All is not gold that glitters," and this should be remembered in the se lecting of tinsels. Do not swathe yourself in those of a cheap quality,' for gold to be seen at its best must be softened with exquisite laee and chiffon. SllKlilly Apprehensive. Miss Fondlcigh By the way, I must relate to you something that father said the other day, prefacing it by assuring you that he has a strong predeliction for "shooting the long bow." Mr. Suitor (with seeming concern) Do you think I nm tall enough, Miss Pondleigh, to come within the gain limit? Boston Courier. Cheap nates to California. February 12th and each Tuesday there after, until and including April 30th, Special Low Kate Colonist Tickets will be sold via the Southern Pacific's Company'! "Ogden" and "Sunset" Koutes to all points in Califor nia. The rate will be: From Chicago 30.00, from St. Louis, Memphis and New Orleans $27.50, from Omaha, Kansas City, ttc, $25.00. Corresponding low rates from all other points east and north. For particulars and detailed information pertaining to the Southern Pacific Com pany's Koutes, and these special rates to Cal ifornia, call upon or address W. G. Neimyer, G. W. A., S. P. Co., 238 Clark St., Chicago, 111. W. H. Connor, C. A., S. P. Co., Chamber of Commerce Bldg., Cincinnati, Ohio. G. G. Herring, C A., S. P. Co., 711 Perk Bldg., Pittsburg, Pa. L. fe. Townsley, C. A., S. P. Co., 421 Olive St., St. Louis., Mo. 0. C. Cary, C. A., S. P. Co., 208 Sheidley Bldg., Kansas City, Mo. Clinging- Gowns. Mrs. Church Did yoil say your husband liked thexe clinging gowns? Mrs. Gothnm "ies; he likes one to cling to me about four seasons. Yonkers States man. Another Proof That It Para. What pays? Why, advertising in this paper. A letter from the makers of Cas !&rets calls attention to the fact that within Sve years the sales have grown from noth ing to six million boxes last year. This goes to show if you have an article of real merit ike Cascaret, advertise it properly and iberally and let all the people know about 1t. it is sure to bring big results. Readers who have never tried this famous remedy am urupH in trv it. because in this busy. every day life of ours, we all need something oow and then to help nature and there is no better medicine in the world man cas carets to stimulate the liver and bowels gen tly and naturally into healthy action. Plenty of Time. He And now, darling, when do you think wa wrxilH liptter announce our engagement? She Oh. there is no hurry, dear. Any time within the next 24 hours. Harper I Bazar. Try Graln-OI Try Graln-Ol Ask vour grocer to-dav to show you a pack' ge of GKAIN-O, the new food drink that takes tbe piace ot coflee. Ihe children may drink it without injury as well as the adult. All who trv it. like it. GKAIN-O has that rich seal brown of Mocha or Java, but it it made from Dure grains, and the most delicate stomach receives it without distress, i the price of coffee. 15c. and 25cts. per package. bold by all grocers. The Fiances. She What did papa say when you asked him. Rprtip? Bertie-He said: "This is so sudden!" Puck. . Shrinkage of Corn' In Crib. Here is an item that farmers will be interested in: A tent at the Iowa experimental station of the shrinkage of corn In the crib developed the fol lowing facts: On October 18, 1898, , 000 pounds of ear corn were husked and stored in a crib constructed to make the storage conditions normal In the first three months the loss waa 630 pounds, or nine per cent. For the next three months the loss was 300 pounds, or five per cent.; for the third three months 220 pounds, or three per cent., and for the last three months 190 pounds, or 2.57 per cent. The aggregate loss was 1, 4?0 pounds, or more than twenty per cent. Farmers Home Journal. AFTER THE GRIP COMES CATARRH. ONE DOLLAR PER PILL. Wis Netta, Hlzon Sara the Rented? That Cored Ber Would Be Cheap at This Price. Cincinnati, O., March 4, 1901 (Spe clal). MissNetta Hixon is Sergeant-at Arms of Camp No. 1, Patriotic Order of America. Her home is at No. 1717 Hughes street, this city. She it a veTy popular and influential lady. For three years she has been ill. Now she is well She says: "I cannot praise Dodd's Kid ney Pills too highly for what they have done for me. I was troubled for three years with weakness, and often had dizzy spellB, so that I dared not go out alone. My head would ache continual ly for four or five days at a time, until life became simply a burden. "All the medicine I took did me no good, until my physician advised me to trv Dodd's Kidney Pills. I secured a box, and soon found that my head ache was leaving me. I felt encouraged and kept on taking them and getting stronger. Tbe pains gradually dimln ished, until I had used four boxes, and all trace of pain bad gone. I am to-day a strong and well woman, thanks to Dodd's Kidney Pills. If the price was one dollar per pill, instead of 50c a box. they would be cheap compared with other so-called medicines placed before a suffering public." This is but a sam pie of the letters received every day by the hundred. They all tell the same story of slcknessand soreness, changed Into health and vigor by the use of Dodd's Kidney Pills. They never fail 50o a box, six boxes for $2.50. Buy them from your local druggist if you can. If he can't supply you, send to the Dodda Medicine Co., Buffalo, N. Y. SALZER'S SEEDS fl I WILL MAKE YOU RICH" ii f ?V25I Orattcoruonarth.WIUpotIUWT? avt f WTOluMomie corn growing. Ml llllon DollarOrass. n-nvLoHi m&rroi ot 1110 111 to ni of hT ter acre. ki tuter sowing UP) MAA.. o tiron six m 1 i. ' 1 " W SDR 10a. STAMPS ,!0t ,d'.K BMnplMlncludlDffaborfc.Uo 1 1 optiu iwnb IMI A. uw, IKI m bo.h.1 lr A.) Rap.. BarHy.f I '3 lm.If A) mul, itt. w oriuaiu. John A. Salier Seed Co. Is arm mm "Mm o (. n Cms, Wlt-B LIKE A TERRIBLE CYCLONE grip bacillus has passed over our country, from the Atlantic to the Pacific, leav ing; behind it a dark cloud of anguish and despair. Catarrh follows grip as effect follows cause. A multitude of catarrh victims will spring up in the trail of the awful epidemic of grip that has just passed over our fair country. The hope to these people is reruns. Most people know this already. Everyone who has had the least touch of grip, should not fail to take a cotirse of treat ment with Peruna. Peruna eradicates every vestige of the dis ease and leaves the system in a normal con dition. Hon. Joseph B. Crowley, Congressman from Illinois, writes from the National Ho tel, Washington, D. O., as follows: "After eivinir Peruna a fair trial I can cheerfully recommend your remedy to any one sunenng wun congnB, coiuh, la tew and all catarrhal complaints.'" J. B. Crow ley. Hon. George H. White, Congressman from North Carolina, writes: "I am more than satisfied with Peruna. I and find it to be an excellent remedy for the grip and catarrh. 1 have used it in my family, and they all join me in recommend ing it as an excellent remedy, ueorge n. White. Hon. J. P. Moirrew. Sunerintendent U. S. Capital Police Force, of Washington, D. C, Bays: "Having suffered from the grip, I was ad vised by a friend to use your Peruna. 1 also used it for my catarrh, and I can now cheer fully recommend your remedy to anyone who is suffering from the grip and catarrh." J. P. Megrew. Miss Anna Russell, Past Worthy Coun selor. Loyal Mystic Legion, 263 Endicott Building, St. Paul, Minn., writes: "For years I have unfortunately found my system in a peculiarly receptive con dition for catarrh when I was exposed in any way to inclement weather. At those times I would be severely afflicted with la grippe and its unpleasant consequences. "Now for the past year and a half I have used reruns in such cases and nave lound that it not onlv cures me auirklv. but it also cleanses my blood and renders me less liable to catch cold. It is the finest pre ventive of colds that I know of and a very, superior tonic." Anna Russell. Miss Alice Dressier, 1313 iMorta uryani avenue, Minneapolis, Minn., writes: "Last soring I suffered from la grippe and was partially cured, but the bad after effects remained through the summer, and somehow 1 did not get strong as l was be fore. In the fall I caugtit a cold after get ting mv feet wet and attending a lecture in a cold hall, and 1 suffered a relapse. An unpleasant catarrh of the head ana throat followed, and as I was in a weak condition physically previous to this, it took but lit tle to break me down completely. "One of my college friends who was vis iting me. asked me to try Peruna, and I did so and found it all and more than I had ex pected. It not only cured me of the catarrh, but restored me to perfect health, built up the entire system, and brought a happy feeling of buoyancy which I had not known for years." Miss Aliee Dressier. If you do not derive prompt and satisfac tory results from the use ot Peruna, write at once to Dr. Hartman, giving a full state ment of your case and he will be pleased to give you his valuable advice gratis. Address Dr. Hartman, President of Tbe Hartman Sanitarium, Columbus, O. Fight on for wealth, old "Money Bags." your liver is drying up and bowels wear ing out,' some day you will cry aloud for health, offering all your wealth, but you will not get it because you neglected Nature in your mad rush to get gold. No matter what you do, or what ails you, to-day is the day every day is the day to keep watch of Nature's wants and help your bowels act regularly CASCARETS will help Nature help you. Neglect means bile in the blood, foul breath, and awful pains in the back of the head with a loathing and bad feeling for all that is good in life. Don't care how rich or poor you are, you can't be well if you have bowel trouble, you will be regular if you take CASCARETS-ret them to-day CASCARETS in metal box; small box 10c, whole month's treatment 50c; take one, eat it like candy and it will work gently while you sleep. It cures; that means it strengthens the mus cular walls of the bowels and gives them new life; then they act regularly and natural ly; that is what you want it is guaranteed to be found in THP TOMir. I AYATIVP a a a wa ml ' a V. a '-' " - - "T saV l and yu -J i U-t rrj Una. I ' M IIH an Cl If I "flfl HPJ iriaalm ltn v- ij iriuiia ii mil 10c. 25c 50c. ALL DRUGGISTS. NEVER SOLD IN BULK. CURE all bowel trouble, appendicitis, bll lonanesa, bad breath, bad blood, wind on the itomarh, bloated bowels, foal w mm hivu.ii, ucmibviivi IIIUIKCBUVU, piuipic pain after eating, liver trouble, aallow complexion and dlzzlniwa. when your bowel don't move regit larly you are getting; alck. Constipation fcilla more people than all other diseases together. It Is a starter for the chronie ailments and long years of suffering that coma afterwards. No matter what all yon, start taking CASCAKKTft to-day, for yon will never get well and be well all tho lime until yon put your bowels right. Take our advice; start with AS AKKTS today, under an absolute guar antee to cure or money refunded. u GUARANTEED I TO CURE l Five " aso the Ur.t box or nw:u TS wu oll. Mow It IS Dver six minion m rr, granter tnon any .i-ii.. mtdlrlna in the world. This I. obMilots proof of . b,.t teatlmonlul. wo wm ana will .til ( itX'iKETS absolatcly stmninUsd to care or money refuDdedT Oo bay today, two o !., srl J them a rar"on- "trial, a. per simple direction., andiryoa are i empty box to us by mall, or the drasgl.t from arckued It, and set your money bark, for both lie our ndvlee no mntler what all. ynu-.tart to- Hit .all. Hod, after u.lnir one I box and tho whom von nnrch m rm' . I . . dny. Health will quickly follow and yon will bleu the day iddreill KTEHUXU lltntUt I'O., Ills lB w nuwuw. En.ll IP&MKES,S OLD SORES CURED F-'JMI V llV L',X,:ni,,K!Xl.E e.M. Book of teitlmonl.H .rid lO dri treatment Allpn'nUlrerineHfilTOCurei Carnl, 1'lf.r.. Bon I lr-n. If' I I If m 1.1 HRWPILKS. rrce Ur. M. H. 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