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Ai tired in tlio mornluir as when I ro I to bed! Why H it? Simply bceause your blood is iu such a poor, thin, aluggbh condition It doc.i not keep up your strength mid you do uot gel the benefit ol your sleep. To feel strong and keep strong Ju. try the tonic and purifying effects of Hood's SarsapariUa. Our word for it, 't vr.ll do you good. Hood's Sarsaparilla Is America's Grer.Ust Medicine. Hood's Pills cure nil I.lwr 1,1s. ." cnts. A Credit to the Family. "That's n metty bin assignment," ducked Iho city editor' lien, contemplating the 10 rei?n in the nest, "but I'm going to try to cover it. And about three weeks later she led a column of chicks proudly into the city edi tor's garden. Chicago Tribune. Summer Itrsorts. Many delishtful summer resorts are sit uated on and reached via the Southern Kail way. Whether one deairea the seaside oi the mountains, the fashionable hotels or country homes, they can be reached via tbia miieniticeiit hiclnvav ot travel. AKlicville, N. C, Roan Mountain, Tenn., nd the mountain resorts of east Tennessee snd western North Carolina "The J'and ol the Skv" Tate Springs. Tenn.. Lookout Mountain, Tenn., Litliia Springs, Ga., and various V nginia Springs, aluo the seashore resorts, are reached bv the Southern Hall way on convenient schedules and at verj low rales. The Southern Railway has issued a hand some folder, entitled "Summer Homes and llesorts, descriptive of nearly one tlioiieaml summer resorts, hotels and hoarding nouses includins information rezardiim rates fol board at the different places and railroad rates to rcacn tnem. Write to C. A. Benscoter, Assistant (left eral Passenger Atrcnt. Sonfliprn liaiUcav. Chattanooga, Venn., for a copy of this folder A woman s idea of a personal devil is a neighboring woman who talks about her. v-nicogo uauyrews. The Adirondack Moautnlna. The heart of this wonderful region of mountains, lakes, and Btreains is traversed by the .New l ork Central & Hudson Kivei Kailroad, and to more fully inform the nub lie regarding its beauties and easy means ol access the Passenger Department lias issued a hook entitled In the Adirondack Moun tains," describing in detail each resort, and containing also a large map in colors giving a list ot hotels, camps, lakes, etc., togethei with their location; it has also issued a largf folder, with map, entitled, "The Adirondack Mountains and ilow to Keai-h J hem, giv mg complete information regarding stage Jines, steamers, hotels, etc. A copy of the book will be sent to any ad dress on receipt of two 2-eent stamps or tin folder for one 2 cent stamp, bv GEORGE II 1)AN'-K1.,S. General Passenger Agent. Grand r- , l x- i- -i. V.CIU14! OLUUU11, 1CW 1 UI h. The wife-murderer probably gets bon quels because he is such a lady-killer. Chi cago Daily JScwg. Have Yon a Son, Brother, Husband or Lover in the Army or Navy? Mail him TO-DAY a 25c. package of Allen's Foot-Ease, a powder for the feet. All who march, walk or stand need it. It cures ach ing, tired, sore, swollen, sweating feet, and makes hot. tinlit or new shoes easy. Feet can't lilister, get Sore or Callous where Allen's Foot-Fuse is used. 10.000 testi monials. All druggists and shoe stores sell it, 2.V. F-.miple sent FREE. Address Allen is. Olmstead, Le Hoy. N. Y. An extraordinary haste to discharge ar oh malum is a sort ot ingratitude. Kocne- i'oucauld. "Were you a gu st nt the hotel while you were away, l.lodgclt.' Guest? Jsot much. I paid cash. Chicago llccord. The lake and rail arrannemcnta of the Bal tiinorefr Ohio Railroad for this year are prae titallv the same as were in effect in 1S!7 Freight for Lake Superior ports is sent bj way of the Northern Steamship Company end the Owen line is used for the Lak( Michigan ports. The trans-lake Erie ar rangements are with the Detroit SteaiiLN'av igation Company between Cleveland and Detroit anil the Ashlev & Duslin Line and the Michigan & Ohio Car Furry Company oetwecn eanuusxy ana weiroit. Every newly married couple is desirous ol going where thev are not known for a few weeks, and all their friends arc desirous o) having them. Atchison Globe. Wheat 40 Centa a Ilushel. Ilow to gronr wheat with big profit at 4( rents and samples ot t-alzer s Ked Gross (w Bushels per acre) Winter Wheat. Bye. Oats Clovers, etc., with Fafi Seed Catalogue foi 4 cents postage. JOllX A. SALZEK SISKI. CO., La Crosse, Wis. "Bike"-chloi ide of sunshine is a spring medicine L. A. W. Bulletin. gooc OPEN LETTERS FROM Jannio El Gioen and Mrs. Earry Hardy. Jennie E. Green, Denmark, writes to Mrs. Pinkhain: Jowa, "I hail been sick at my monthly periods for seven years, and tried almost everything I ever beard of, but without any benefit. Was troubled with backache, headache, pains in the Bhoulders and dizziness. Through my mother I was induced to try Lydia E. l'inkham's Vegetable Compound, and it has done me so much (rood. I am now sound and wclj." Mrs. Harry Hardy, Riverside, Iowa, writes to Mrs. rinkham the story of her struggle with serious ovarian trou ble, and the benefit she received from the use of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegn- table Compound. ; his is her letter: "Ho'.t thakfil an that I took your medicine. I t.at troubled for two years with inflammation of the womb and ovaries, womb was also very low. l was in constant misery. I s id heart trouble, was 6hort of breath atd could not walk five blocks to save my life, fiuffored very much with m back, had headache nil the time, was nervous, menstruations were irregular nJ painful, had a bad discharge and was troubled with bloating. I was a perfect wrcclc. Had doctored and tnkrn localtrcatnicnts, iutbtill wasco bettor. I was advised by one of my neighbors to write to you. I have now Cnisho-1 the src.ind bottls of Mrs. Pink- l ara s Vegetable Comnound, an 1 nra better In every way. I am able to do au my o-vn work bndcan walk nearly lr.ue without fat'gue; Komethinf I had not been able to do for over two years. Your m-dicin has done tne a.ore pood than oil the doctors 71! C t'ff' 'JCV OfL'nl FO!? BO YE. HGOL l Ilk. l V V . Vllillt) . A M .. rrl. lmt. ftii l-fcrft hC.UIlUr Iw CHEESE. Mm tenia a PohbiI the l.atlvf I'll j More Troflt TbHn the l'or 111 t at Sixteen Out. At sn inititute, lield a few months Igo, 1 was very mucn mieitsieu in a paper read by a proprietor of a cheese factory in this state. He dwelt upon the profit of cheese when it was mmlc and marketed in a businesslike manner, although he acknowledged thr.t the market had become somewhat demoral ized. This, I believe, is to be blamed on the chcesemakers themselves, tays a writer in the New York Witness, as the "filled" cheese that was nut upon the market ptior to the laws that have prohibited it, has caused the demand to decrease, as the consumers will not buy that which is not the best, and con sequently the taste so to speak is lost, and of course the demand and market poes with it. On the continent aud in (ireat liritain, Canadian cheese seems to have taken the place of the American, for it was only a few years ago that we were away ahead of them, but gradually they have increased their rxports and created a demand for their cheese, until they now overship us by about 30,000 tons a year. Our cheese- makers will have to start all over again by shipping a product and brand ing it, that will be sure to be called for again by the foreigu consumer just as our horse, hog and apple raisers ate The cheese fuctory to be successful has got to have a large capacity, and by all means n desirable cheeseniaker at its heud. Then there is trouble with the farmers, for they sometimes prefer to sell their milk to a creamery for butter-making rather than to the cheese, factories, as from the former the skim milk can be kept for feeding calves, which is of great importance lo dairymen, especially those wishing to raise heifer calves to replenish their herds. This compels the cheescmnkci' in some instances to pay more for his milk than the butter maker is cotn pel led to pay; but I think this rational, as he ought to be able to afford this, us the price of cheese is comparatively higher. As to the cost of the two, I am able to tigure it from the many reports of the different stations that 100 pounds of overage milk will make about four pounds of butter, while the same amount of butter converted into cheese will make about nine pounds lint multiplying this up you will find that the butter at 10 cents a pound and the cheese at nine cents would give 17 cents in favor of the 100 pounds ol milk being made into cheese. CISTERN FOR BARN. Three llarrrla Mounted In a Corner Will Hold Water HnoiiBh for All the Farm Stock. Have a cistern that will supply water on rainy days, at least, ihis will pre vent exposure to the storm. Three bar rels mounted in a corner of the baru as siiowu in the cut will hold enough for the stock during all storms, for while the storm lasts the barrels will be replenished. A pipe from the gut ter is brought inside the bearding to BARREL CISTERN BARNS. FOR DAIRY the first barrel, and conveyed to any number of others in the manner shown. A tub, with faucet, is placed below the last barrel. This plan is a great ad vance over driving stock out in the rain. A still better plan, on farms where it is possible, is to bring the water into the barB by a pipe from a spring or brook. It may also be brought into the barn by a pipe laid from u near by well, having a pump in the bain. The comfort and the saving of time and labor by having a supply of water thus always at hand can only be appreciated by an experience with this convenience. N. Y. Tribune. HIS NAME IS LEGION. The Farmer Who tVcglecta to Keep the Walk from House to Darn In liood Condition. Some farmers need a little "good road" agitation rig-lit at home. When a day's rain makes the walk from house to barn or other buildings which must be visited every day so deep in mud that they are unfit to travel without rubber boots or stout, cowhides, the farmei needs to be made to stay in the hotise the next day and K-rub up the muddy floors willi mop and tcrubbinff brush. Possibly they would think two such jobs required more hard work than would be required to make good walks of small stones about a foot deep, and covered with anothei foot of irratel, that r.ever would be muddv. And then there are roads through the field where the team can only draw eul about half a load of manure, t r draw in more than a half lead of hay or teg- ttaiiK's, iieciiise oi some iniiuucle ot rock, or otuer bad place in it which miht be fixed with a fi tt hours' labor, but is neglected beeau.-e it is not fven everj ikiy, and then at times aIicu the mm and trains are too busy ta fix it up. We once 1 earJ au old farmer say that he thought the Almightv made sni;ill stones -tr! -Travel on purpose to makt loans oi, v nico iinrni nave tieen c s taj of txpreMirg the idea that material ? rm.iijriy tturttia could be put tt S ml n-r. Anif i n-an t ultivatur. ai.d I u:c, '.!, hlcvi butterou will l.ate. "?. A STARTLED MOTHER. From the Freeport (IU.) Bulletin. While busy at work in her home. Mrs. William Shay, corner of Taylor and Han cock Avenues, Frccport, III., was startkd by hearing a noise just behind her. quicmy uri I ne saw creeping toward her her four-year-old daugh ter, Bea trice. Ihe child moved over the floor with an e f f k f see m e d Wr8, Shav na Slartltd. filled with toy at hudinii her mother. The rest of the happening is best told in the mothers own words, bhe said: On the 28th of Sent.. 181)6. while in the bloom of health. Beatrice was suddenly and severely atllicted with sninal meningitis. Strong and vigorous before, in live weeks she became feeble and sullcred trom a para lytic stroke which twisted her head back to the side and made it impossible for her to move a limb. Her speech, however, was not iffected. We called in our family doctor, one of the most experienced and successful practitioners in the city. He considered the case a very grave one. Before long lit tle ticatrice was compelled to wear a piaster paris jacket. Prominent physicians were consulted, electric batteries were applied. tint no benefit was noticed until we tried Dr. Williams' Pin',: Pills for Pale People. Busv in mv kitchen one afternoon 1 was startled by the cry of 'Mamma' from little Beatrice who was creeoinir towards me. 1 had placed her on an improvised bed in the parlor, Mie became tired ot waiting lor me to come back and made up her mind to go to me. so her story 'Mv Pink Pills made me walk,' which she tells everyone who comes vo our house, was then tor the hrst time veri fied. She has walked ever since. She ha i now taken about nine boxes of the pills and her pale and pinched face has been grow ing rosy, and her hmns gained strength uay uy day. She sleeps all night long now, while be fore taking the puis she conm rest nut a lew hours at a time." Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People are sold by all druggists. AVI th a Trowel. Those Deonle who are anxious to dive into the mysteries of freemasonry are recom mended to become initiated into the famous order, and not to do as a callow youth is said to have done recently. Anxious to learn what are the responsibilities and duties at taching to membership, he purchased a book entitled "Masonry Dams." He is still in the uarK aoont the nature ot a freemason soath, but he ought to know a good deal about ol- fttrilntintr Ihe nnw nf lvntnr AlAnnElnnn structing the flow of water. Moonshine. Beware of him who hates th3 latigliing of a child. Javater. Actors in general are "well posted." If you don't believe it ask the bill-sticker. L A. W. Bulletin. It's useless to wrile to a corpse, but it's all right to wire a skeleton. L. A. W. liul- let i n. She had just returned from a trip abroad. and was showing her friend the different curios Fhe had brought back with her. "Now, here is a little thing I got to rcmcm Uer one place hv, she said; it is very pix-tL.v, isn't it?' "Ciiai iiiinn," replied lier friend, admiringly. "What place was it?" On, 1 ve forgotten now, we went to 60 many piaces, you know. J own lopics. Two commercial travelers, comparing notes: "I have been out three weeks," said the lirt, "and have only got four orders." "That heats me." said the other: "1 have been out four weeks and have only got one order, and that's from the lirm to come home. I it-Hits. Desperate Case. Perspiring Manager (of excursion) "We're a little behind time, I know, lmt we II make it up on the last hall of the run." Indignant Excursionist "Make it up! What's the use of talking that way? Well meet ourselves comma hack long Jjc fore we get there!" Chicago Tribune. The Cornfcd Philosopher. "It is all wrong, . said the Cornfcd rhilosophcr, to say that a woman can make a fool of a man. She merely develops him." Indianapolis Journal. Trivvct "Why is Skidmore for ever read ing that manual of etiquette?" Dicer "He says he wants to lieconie familiar with polite literature." Harlem Life. The meanest man we ever heard of is a Washington man who refused to pav the doctor who helped him collect his accident insurance. nshington (la.) Democrat. Another Long Felt Want. "Mine. Snip per has perfected a wonderful invention." "What is it?" "A revolving hat; it works so the congregation can see all sides of it." Cuivago liceord. i, ' Hi; -1 ' i , y i pi r t jSTet2clab!c?rcparalionfor As similating lueTocdandBegula ling the S toaachs anlBowels of v IromotesDigesUon,Chttrful ncssandRcst.Contains neither Opmm.MorphinC nor Mineral. Not NAnconc. jflx.Smnm frmJtrd II A ncifect Remedy forConstipa- lion. Sour Stonuch.Diarrhoea, Worms .Convulsions, tevcnsn nesscndLosSOFSLEEr. Tflf Simile Signaturejjf NT.W "VOT7K. g tKACTCCPCf VSAFPCR. srrtfffctrnTii lL. 1 If J '! f til i A YOUTHFUL REAS0NER. lie Applies Ilia Stady ol Nctnral tfti. tor? to the Solution of a Sci entific Problem. "Johnny," exclaimed Mr. Blykins, "what are you doing?" "'I hinking, sir." . . "How dare you waste your time thinking, when you ought to be studying your les son " "I was thinking about my lesson. "What book are vou engaged in perusing at this time?" inquired the old gentleman. "Natural history. "Ah, a very useful and interesting study. It broadens the ideas and assists in taking the mind from the customary cares of lite without the danger of demoralization which sometimes attends frivolous forms of divi sion." "Yes, sir." , , , . "How far alon? have yonjproceeded in the study of natural history!'" t "I'm learning about amphibious animal "And a highly interesting branch of the animal kingdom. Can you name an am phibious animal ono with which we arc all familiar?" And Mr. Blykins folded his hands before hirtl and gazed at his son with a look of wise expectancy. "I think so. Is man an animal?" "In the scientific sense, ves." "And an amphibious animal is one that consumes both air and water: "Yes." "Then a man is one. If he weren't, what would be the use of having any soda foun tains?" Washington Star. A TARDY RECKONING. The FrnirnJ Housewife Falla a Vie tlm to the Vlle of the Crafty Street Vendor. "Ste-raw-berries. nice ripe 6tc-raw-ber- ries," shouted the street vendor as his horse jogged slowly through Bagley ave nue. "How much are they?" asked the pretty young housewife who had hailed the pea dler by waving a towel. "Ten cents a quart, mam. All Michigan strawberries, and the dew s on em yet, mam." "Hut T want a bushel. I'm eoini to hava a sort of a strawberry festival just among my relations, and I wouldn't run out ot them for the world. How much for bushel?" "Three and a half, mam." "Too much. You'll have to do Letter than that or I'll trv some one else "I'll throw off a quarter,'! he sa'd, and she nodded so that her., o'ice might not Vi.ifr,!, nv arnlhlinii '' Ttipn li A P:i IPIPfl in 3-5 0f ti,e lii tic (nes -ures th.-.t have the waist band about two inches from the bottom ' 1 1.:- A A'.A nl i:..nn reieiveu 111- iumiicv mm uiu inn rnxti not Three minutes later the little woman rushed in the street, her evebrows knitted and he dimpled hands clenched, one over a lead pencil and the other over a crumpled piece of paper. But the peddler had vanished. Detroit free Press. Violations of Lnw. Dewey began bombarding at Manila at five a. in., and Sampson and fcchley did a lit tie iob of the same sort the other day, at three a. m. Spain is understood to intend tiling a protest against these ranK violations of the eight-hour labor law. Albany Argus, Nerves Ont of Tone, Tust as the strings of a musical instrument f;et out cf tune through lack of care and ireak out into ear-torturing discords when touched, so the human nerves get out of tune, and make everybody miserable that conies in contact witn them. Lvery tobacco user's nerves are out of tune more or less and the real tobacco-slave's nerves are re laxed to the utmost. No-To-Bac is the tun ing key which tightens the nerves, makes them respond nuicklv to the emotions, re sulting in the happiness of all. No-To-Bac guaranteed tobacco habit cure, makes weak men strong. We advise all tobacco-users to take No-To-Bac. Ready to Correct All Error. Old Skinflint ("gruffly' Fifteen dollars for those opera e'usses? I can't see it. sir Optician (blandly) Perhaps I should first fit you with a pair of my $18 gold spectacles Jewelers eekly. A Georgia lady writes: "Since first using ana soemg tue value ot ur. .wjeu 1 ekth ina tT&thiiiij ttiiiilctH) lu all troubles inci dent lo childhood, I have never been without them in the house, and womd advise all Mothers to give them." Teetuina Aids Di gestion, Regulates the Bowels, makes teeth ing easy and keeps the baby in a healthy con dition. Impoaslhle to Donbt. Upguardson There has been so many re ports of those Cuban cables being cut when they haven't been cut at all that I don't take any more stock in stories of that kind. Atom Yes, but it's true this time. The news about the last cable that was cut came over the cable itself. Chicago Tribune. The confirmed cigarette smoker ger.erally has nothing else to do. Washington (la.) Democrat. For Infanta and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of The Kind You Have Always Bought. m II i hi lliilM ': 1 1 n It? i IHiK-.'.Byi Al AH Itedaetlon la Dlrrcte rrlree. It is said that western capitalists ate con- lemplatir.g the orgaiiitl!ou of a IE''1' to me company, winch hopes to make him- as wheels and sell them as low HU. Whehr '.! be true or not. the fact re mains that Hosteller's Stomach Hitters is a first class remedy for the stomach, liver and blood, and the price nuts it within every body's reach to be well and strong. Fir fever and ague it is a specific. The Home Ilolera. "What is a 1oard of strategy,' papa?" "Il'm: well I never thouzht of it iu that ght before, but it must mean your mother nd vour crandmother." Detroit Free Press. Try Allen' Foot-Eaee. A powder to be shaken into the shoes. At this season vour feet feel swollen, nervous and hot, and get tired easily. If you have smarting feet or tight shoes, try Aliens root-hase. It cools the lee! and makes want ing easy. Cures swollen and sweating feet, blisters' and callousspots. Kelievescornsnnd bunions of all painandgivesrest andcomfort. Try It tn-daii. Hold by all druggists and shoo stores for 'Xe. Trial package FREE. Ad dress, Allen S. Olmsted, he Boy, J. X. Freedom Aasnred Them. Clancy Casey ? Casey Yis. "Don't vez wish thot Oireland belonged to Shpain?" Puck. A TRAVELLER'S TESTIMONY. What He Carried on the Cars; To Take when Travellinsr. Every traveller knows that contlniiOTS Journeying on the railroad is very apt to derauge the system in some way. In spite Of springs and soft scats there IJ a contin nous jar aud vibration, which acts upou the nervous system, aud produces results varying somewhat, according to the strength of the traveller or his predUposi. tion to some specific ailment. The most common consequence of continuous car riding is consti'iation. And this condition invariably produces headache, and tends to biliousness. J. J Converse, W. Louis, Mo., found a way to avoid the evil effects of constipation," to which he was subject when travelling. He carried with him "the pill that will " cure constipation and all its sequent sufferings. This is what he says: Travelling on the cars tends to consti pation with me, but by using Dr. J. C, Ayer's Pills moderately, lny bowels are kept in healthy action. They also prevent headache." J. J. Conversk, St. Louis, Mo. Dr. Ayer's Pills are good for constipation nuder all circumstances and conditions. They have cured long standing cases after every other medicine had lailed. Key. A ilk 7 iOLiI INVEAfff " IFftill&rt NO f OfXfHf. ' IDEQ COLLARS WO CUFFS mM tm mtfl or this iTAtfw will go AS f AR AS A POONO AWO A HALF ..atHAXlOMO 0ll.r J"J.CJTu3INGERBFtO!TC? vtajawaaaapji" liseiwaaaeaa exact reproductions of the $10,000 you ABSOLUTELY FREE by fr miiMiwwKaasmgCT W ,A 4 l IB r am c ; .'jr.t ia IE 9 11 UK- .' MS i GAM These Plaques are 40 inches in circumference, are free of any suggestion of advertising whatever, and will ornament the most elegant apartment. No manufacturing concern ever before gave away such valuable presents to its customers. They are not for sale at any price, and can be obtained only in the manner specified. The subjects are: American Wild Ducks, American Pheasant, English Quail, English Snipe. The bird3 are handsomely embossed and stand out natural as life. Each Plaque is bordered with a band of gold. ELASTIC STARCH has been the standard for as years. TWENTY-TWO MILLION packages of this brand were sold last year. That's how good it is. ASK YOUR DEALER to show you the plaques and tell you about Elastic Starch. Accept no substitute. IN A WORLD WHERE "CLEANLINESS IS NEXT TO GODLINESS" NO PRAISE IS TOO GREAT FOR . ;H,Htf,l,(mmt S52 Page Illustrate. J Catalogue, describ ing all of the famous WINCHESTER GUNS AND WINCHESTER AMMUNITION 5 sent free to any address. Send your name on a postal card to WINCHESTER REPEAT1.18 ARMS CO,, 1 HO Winchester Ave., New Haven, Ct. m iUUUUbWUUULT'iiU A Fits stopped free snd permanent! cured. Ko tits after first day's use of "r Kline Great Nerve Bi-sion r. 1- ree $'.' trial bottle S treatise. Dr. Kline. Wl Arch st , Phil., '- If people who are conceited a'mot to lh exploding point enev tlenielve. whr nfii ant-body object ? Washington I la.) Demo crat. To Care m Cold In One Day Take Laxative llromo Quinine Tablets. S druggists refund money if it fails to cure. 2ic. When a ma" hegins to go down bi'l he finds the law of gravitation and the encour agement of his friends help him along Chi cago Daily News. Don't on Sleep f Does your Dead Ache? Somnifi Caffein n, res instantly. All druggists. 2,i cents. Dr. Paxton Medical Co., '.'01 HiverSi ., Troy.N. Y. Piso's Cure is the medicine to break up children' Coughs and Colds Mrs. M. G. Blunt, Sprague, Wash., March 8, '04. Beauty may only be skin deep, but tlm priib- of it reaches into the heart. Bam'i lloin. llall'a Catarrh Cure Is a Consfitutional Cure. Price "5c. People are beginning to admit that msn men are looking for work who do not wanl it. Atchison Globe. Francis B. Harlowe. of Atlanta, Ga., fur nishes a case iu poiat. He writes; " Kor some years pant, I was subject to constipation, from which I suffered in. creasing inconvenience, In spite of the use of medicines of various kinds, until some mouths ago. wheu I began taking Dr. J. C. Ayer's rills. Thev have entirely corrected the costive habit, and vastly improved my general health." (Rev.) 1'Ka.ncis 0. liAKLowE, Atlanta, Ga. Constipntion Is, perhaps, the most aerl. ous physical evil of to-day. It is like the Octopus, thnt grapples its victim and fastens its tentacles on trunk and limbs one alter another, until at last, incapable of longer resistance, the helpless being succumbs to his frightful foe. Constipa tion is the beginning cf many of the mctt murderous maladies, fhe clogged system becoming charged with poisons that affect the liver and kidneys, and prostrate the entire being mentallv. morally, and physically. Dr. Ayer's Pills will cure constipation. If you doubt it send for Dr. Ajjer's Curebook", free, containing the testimony of those cured by this remedy. Address J. C. Ayer Co., Lowell, Mas3, eautiru! resent FREG for a few months to all users of the celebrated ELASTIC STARCH, (Flat Iron Brand). To induce you to try this brand of starch, so that you may f nd out for yourself that all claims for its superiority and econ omy are true, the makers have had prepared, at great expense, a series of four PLAQUES originals by Muville, which will be given your grocer on conditions named below. ISsvj To Ooi Them: AH pnrcbnsers of three 10 cent or nix 5ecnt packages of Elastic Starch (Tlat Iron Drand), are entitled to re eeivofrom their grocer ono of these beautiful Game Plaques free. The plaques will cot bo sent by mail. They can bo obtained only from jronr grocer. Every Grocer Keeps Elastic Starcli. Do not delay. Thl9 offer is for a abort lime oDly. Be East BOOK WAR m tnoanntiAl subscript if. nt at H p-h i I ti Jr.and MuiiUily.lSAN UtANt lO.t. haiupio Ovrlua &e nDftDPV NEW DISCOVERY; LlVrM 1 i!l-k rfilt-f anl cut i-a orvl CMr, hfnU lor 1muK of tt-wliitmn m 1. nl lOdMys Irculmrut l itr. lir. U. U. lat i aus,tiiaw. Urn. ttTI I MCHiNBny NrilAM. lift IU. OHIO. HEAUKKS Of TUIrt I'aPKft IK"!H1NG TO 111 T ASVTIIISO AllVLKllM I) IN IT-t Col. I MNS CHOI 1.1) INSIST IVS HA VIM WHAT Til KV ASK H'lt. 1IKKI SINIJ ALL EL BsTITL 1 KS I'll IMITATIONS. A. N. K.-F 1717 H. tiL'.uiu. li I i Brn r.,,utfc i o.i. tmf I , li I S,, i b, -r- ,C - P A - ill r mi u V' ! i I