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Don't .! i&J fret, but ke-p cool till taks Hood's Harsiiparilia. This is good advice, us yon will find if you follow it. Hood's Sarsaparilla is a first-claw sum. mrr medicine, because it is so good for the stomach, so cooling to the blood, o helpful to tho whole body. Make no mistake, but get only C5 'A USUI nan a America's Grpnte't Medicine. Uood 5, Hnnrt'c Pillc -uro LlvPr Ills' cv t0 1 IUUU 3 I 1113 take, easy to operate. O O Remember the name o O O O C) when you buy again O 0 O C) o 0 PLUG t o A Coin Collector. A certain doctor of Irish exl motion, at present framing in (Iriniialand yest, was i nnested ny a triend or his livinjr at t arm Town to procure him some "Oom Paul" shillings. J he doctor, a very pood nitnrpd man, manneed, after throe weeks' assiduous labor, to collect nearly 30 of them. These he took to the nost office. Eot a nnst office order for the amount, and sent it to his friend in Cape Town, whose astonishment ran be better imagined than described. fcpare Moments, Summer llenoris. Many delightful summer resorts are sit uated on and reached via the Southern Rail way. Whether one desires the seaside or the mountains, the fashionable hotels or country homes, they can be reached via this magnilicetit highway ot travel. Asheville, N. (J., Roan Mountain, Tenn., and the mountain resorts of east Tennessee and western North Carolina "The Land of the Sky" Tate Springs. Tenn.. Lookout Mountain, Tenn., Lithia Springs, Ca., and various irginia Springs, also the seashore resorts, are reached by the Southern Hall way on convenient schedules and at very low rates. The Southern Railway has issued a hand some folder, entitled "Summer Homes and Resorts," descriptive of nearly one thousand summer resorts, hotels and boarding houses, including information regarding rates for board at the different phices and railroad rares to reacn them. Write to C. A. lienscotcr, Assistant Gen eral Passenger Agent. Southern Railway Chattanooga, Tenn., for a copy of this folder, Perhaps some people do not know that the sphinx cot its reputation for being very wise by keeping its mouth shut for 3,000 years. Chicago JUaily iNews. Bishop J. S. Key, of the Southern M. E Church, writes: We cave Dr. Mo.flr.tfi Tkktiiina ( Tecthino Powders) to our little (irandehild with the happiest results. The effects were almost magical and certainly more satisfactory than lrom anything we ever used." Tehtoina Aids Digestion, Regu- iate-s the liowels and makes teething easy The statutes should provide that any man is entitled to a divorce without trial if his ftife saves the coolest room in the home foi visitors. Atchison Globe. Descendants of the I'm of (be tlves Tonnd by the gpan lh Diarovrrt ri, "I prophesy that Ihis w ar will be the means ot bringing Puerto Rico dops iuto this country, said a New York merchant whose business is chiefly ith the West Indies, "You don't know hat a Puerto Rico do is, do you? I suppose not. 1 have only seen. two of Ihem in New Y'ork. Puerto ltico dogs are not Spanish nt all, but aboriginal. I have been to'.d thai thpy are much the same ns the long-haired alco of Mexico, mid I believe the breed is still found in Santo Domingo. They are tiny little creatures with silky white air, all except a tan patch on the ear at least, all I have teen have been marked that way; and what makes them particularly interesting is that, according to the learned, they are the descendants of the pet (logs of the Greater Antilles. It seems strange that the race of aborigines should have been so completely wiped out and their pet dogs should survive. Put I have been told that when the Spanish first landed on Santo Domingo they used to see the natives going about with these little nlcos on their shoulders or in their bosoms. 1 f the human beings thnt kept them were anything l;k their pets, as is generally the case, they must have been a kindly, affectionate people. I have heard of one of these Puerto Rico dogs that was given to a little girl in Jamaica. The child sickened of a fever and the dog would come and lick her face and hands at regular intervals during the day. When the child died the dog lay for a long time with its muzzle close up to the little dendhand and whined piteously when the body was taken away for burial. They tell me that a true Puerto Rico dog will not let Itself be made the pet of a whole family, but will attach itself to one person always and will not al low that one person to have any other pet. "By next winter our sailors will have brought back a goodly number ol Puerto Rico clogs as presents for their sweethenrts, I expect, and then every other girl you ureet will have one for n pet, just as now every other girl has a navy hat ribbon or a lot or United States buttons. Then the pugs will be deposed. N. l. Sun. TILTING THE GUNS. TO MS. P1NKIIAM Prom Mrs. Walter E. Budd, of Pat choguo, New York. Mrs. Budd, in the follow ing letter tells a familiar story of weakness and suffering, and thanks Mrs. Pinkham for complete relief: " Deab Mrs. Tinkham: I think it is my duty to write to you and tell you what Lydia I E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound lias done for me. I feel like another woman. I had such dread ful headaches through my temples and on top of my - head, that nearly went crazyjwasalso troubled with chills.wasvery weak; my left side from my shoulders to my waist pain ed mo terribly. I could not Bleep for the pain. Plasters would help for while, but as soon as taken off, the pain would be just as bad as ever. Doctors prescribed medicine, but it gave me no relief. "Aow I 'feel so well and strong, nave no more neauacnes, ana no pain in side, and it is all owing to your Compound. I cannot praise it enough. It is a wonderful medicine I recotomend it to every woman know." v& vf 4.! kJ w w w wv- Remember the name Q n i ji .it v f 1 when you buy O O again () PfflgfisJ (J PUERTO RICO DOGS. HOW JAMIE PASSED. n Plays Tricks on Ills School Prl clpal tVhlle That I'fnonigt la Calling; on Ills Sister. v v' 4. vv c ft How the niiv IJcstroyers Wert Trained to Fire Over tbe III1U nt Snntlaeo. Memory is sometimes a treacheroun informant. Were it not for recollec tions of old sea storie read in boy hood several of the correspondents in Cuba would not have reported that when engaged in long-distance can nonading of Santiago, the American commanders listed their ships and so secured a greater elevation for the guns in use by "running out" the guns on the side away from land. Similar ly, if the artists on the papers that es teem enterprise above accuracy had not recalled the pictures in those old books they would not have made draw tngs of war vessels tipped half over by guns projecting ludicrously far out over 1 he watvr. Asa matter of fact, of course, it has been many and many a vear since it was possible to run out a cannon even so much ns an eighth of an inch. 'Breechloaders are not built that way. They swing from side to side on a fixed pivot, and can be raised or depressed within certain nar row limits, but there has been no run ning in or out since men discovered that a gun has two ends a discovery which it took them several centuries to make. It is true, however, that th ships were listed, but the extent to which this was done had to be wildly exaggerated to render a portrayal of the operation at all sensational. It is also true that manipulation of turret may have had some slight part in pro' during the list, but they were swung nround, not "run out," and unless the firing was straight over bow or stern this would not balance the weight of the other punis swung around the oth (T way. Chief reliance for inclining the vessels was doubtless placed in the shifting of coal and ammunition the emptying of the tanks and boilers on one side and the suspension of boats and launches from crnnes and davit on the opposite side. By these expe clients the few degrees of extra ele ntion that were needed could be se cured, and by the combination of some or all of them doubtless our iron arguments were brought to the Span ish general's deeply interested atten tion. But no vessels were put on their beam ends, and no runs were "run out." That's sure. N. Y. Times. Jimie has a big sister a blooming, hound ing rientroyer of hearts, and the principal of Jamie's school used to call on her. He tame one evening, junt before the close of the last term, and wore rubber overshoes. He al ways was afraid of catching cold. He lelt these shoe protectors in the hall. Jamie, by 00 means sure of passing from seventh into eighth grade, was conning his geography from necessity, not choice, and he saw tuoe goloshes. So he cot the tack hammer and two tacks nd nailed through the rubber soles into the 1 oor. hen Mr. J'nneinal cienanen an nour liter Jamie was watching him. Mr. Princi pal, stilt smiling on the big sister, inserteri bis feet in his rubbers and then lie nraiuea himself tip in the most amazing fall that ever an educated man accomplished. The lg girl picked him up and extracted arm from his stationary footwear, but she wai shaking with laughter. Next dav Jamie, sweet seraph, united pas the principal's desk with a look of angelic innocence on his chubby face. Jle paused a moment. "Who called vou?" asked the petulant principal. I he kids called me. iney caiien me rubbers!' Say, Mr. Sonndson, do I pass? And the eves of the two met for one tense moment. Then the principal surrendered. i es you pass! he snapped. Tf he had snid "no" he would have dodged to the end of his days every time he heard a boy cry "rubbers!" And Jamie wns honest sjiout it. He told no one not even when his big siatcr paddled im. Chicago Chronicle. A Matter of Words. Ytfhat a nnshini? fellow that vouno Miff. ley is! Six weeks ago he was a waiter in a cheap restaurant. To-dav he has a govern ment job that pays him $7,000 a vear." J'ushing, did vou say: You vegotthe wrong word, rtillinff is what vou mean." Chicago Evening News. The Oldest Volunteer. A New York State doctor, aged 109, vol unteered his services to the President re cently, and expressed a desire to enter the army as a surgeon. Even at his advanced years he can read without glasses, and walk 1U to 15 miles a day. the oldest standard medicine is Ilostetter's Stomach Hitters, which has no equal for indigestion, dyspep fia, constipation, fevers and bad blood. It Strengthens, purifies ana vitalizes. (Jne bot tle does much good Bacon "Are the flies bad up your way?" Egbert "I think not. A great many ot them seem to go to cnurcu Sundays. ion- ters statesman. Try Allen's Foot-Ense, A nowder to be shaken into the shoes. At this season your feet feel swollen, nervous and hot, and get tired easily. If you have smarting feet or tight shoes, try Allen's root-r.ase. It cools the teet and makes walk ing easy. ;ures swollen and sweating leet, blisters and eallousspots. Relieveseornsand bunions of all painandgivesrest andcomfort. Try It to-iit. Sold by all druggists and shoe tores for 25e. Trial package rRKK. Ad dress, Allen S. Olmsted. Le Roy, N. Y. The Englishman Kicked. New Arrival How much is the fare from New York to San Francisco? Ticket Agent One hundred dollars. "You bloomin' robber! I can travel cleif across England for $20!" Puck. Port ...i.a f?nrv. i"u- i !. V Petroleum Ilrlqaettr. A German invntor has devised process for making petroleum bri riuettes, by which petroleum refuse is worked up in such a manner as toas sume the form of a solid substance easily handled and constituting heap and convenient fuel. About ten per cent, of soda lye, with ten per cent, of nny other kind of fatty mat ter tallow, for instance is heated in troleum refuse is addd to the heated mass to make up I'D parts. The mix ture is then heated, under constant Mirring. for about an hour, and ac quires the property of taking up large quantities of fluid rock oil. The mix ture is run into mold and allowed to cool, when it mar be cut into piece of fry desired form. Coal oust, sawdust rr other refu-e may be added during the process, if needed. St. Louis CIobe-Deniccrat. Mraage to Hint. him .Miai j.eserve it .eeni 1 range to see thnt vese! laboring so ccorrt a:il Retene - Why MrarpeT .ri-ii'i- ms a iran-p it'.irtir. needs coaxing, not crowding. Dr. Ayer's Tills stand with out a rival as a reliable medicine for liver complaint. They cure constipation, and they cure its consequences, piles, biliousness, indigestion, sick headache, nausea, coated tongue, foul breath, bad taste, palpitation, nervousness, irrita bility, and many other maladies that have their root in constipation. They are a specific for all diseases of the stomach and bowels, and keep the body in a condition of sound health. "I have used Ayer'a Pills for the past thirty rears and consider them an invaluable family medicine, f know of no better remedy for liver troubles, and have always found them a prompt cure for dyspepsia." Jaues Quinn, 00 Middle Street, Hartford, Conn. a fa's ffjpf n u uuu again ft f f f C) J Remember the name C ) when you buy O () o o o o c plug O u () o o o () o EI A () () W k JiiVJiT.,l Paga Illustrated Catalogue, describ- ?2 ing all of the famous WINCHESTER GUNS AND WINCHESTER MM Swedish rhlloiophy. Ven faller es young an' praying for mus tache hae naver tank how deckens long hae vill half to vait ven hae frrow oop for te bar ber to ssy "Next." Denver Times. Don't Yon Sleepr. Does your Head Ache? Somnifi Caffein rures instantly. All druggists. 25 cents. Dr. Paxton Medical Co.. 201 KiverSt..Troy,N.Y. Maiden Aunt (reading the Scriptures aloud to nephew) "In heaven there is no marriage or giving in marriage." Nephew "This earth must, be a perfect heaven to you, isn't it, aunty ?" Puck. llall'a t'atarrli Care Is a Constitutional Cure. Price 75c. What Mas Coins On. Mother What was going on hi the parlor 'ast night, Madge? Aladge (shyly) Only the engagement nag, ma. stray htories. The principal river of Egypt is the Nile. fls smaller tributaries are the juveniles. L. A. V. Bulletin. Fits stopped free and permanently cured. No fits after first day's use of Dr. Kline's Great Nerve Restorer. Free $2 trial bottle & treatise. Dr. Kline. 933 Arch st., Phila., Pa. A Masculine Accomplishment. A man can carry a babv in such a fashion that lie can even delude its mother into the belief that he is bringing home a package of meat for dinner. Chicago Times-Herald. Wheat 40 Cents n Dnshcl. How to grow wheat with big profit at 40 cents and samples of Salter's Red Cross (80 liushels per acre) Winter Wheat, Hye, Oats, Clovers, etc., with Farm Seed Catalogue for 4 cents postage. JOHN A. 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Different Way of Agonies Relieved by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Before using Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, my health was gradually being undermined. - I suffered untold agony from painful menstruation, backache, pain on top of my head and ovarian trouble. I concluded to try Mrs. Pinkham's Compound, and found that it was all any woman needs who suffers with painful monthly periods. It entirely cured me. Mrs. Gforgie Wass, 923 Bank St., Cincinnati, O. 7; ; :-,o- 7 I sat right Lydia E. and Liver I feel like a is a thing of the Vegetable., for me. For years I had suffered with pain ful menstruation every month. At the beginning of menstruation it was impossible for me to stand up for more than five minutes, I felt so miserable. One day a little book of Mrs. rink ham's was thrown into my house and down and read it. I then got some of Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Pills. I can heartily say that to-day new woman; my monthly suffering the past. I shall always praise Cqmpound for what it has done Mrs. Margaret Anderson, '363 Lisbon St., Lewiston, Me, Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound has cured me ot painful menstruation and backache. The pain in my back was dreadful, and the agony I suffered during menstruation nearly drove me wild. Now this is all over, thanks to Mrs. Pinkham's medicine and advice. Mrs. Carrie V. Williams, South Mills, N. C The great volume of testimony proves conclusively that Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound is a safe, sure and almost infallible remedy in cases of irregularity, suppressed, excessive or painful monthly periods. . "A FAIR FACE MAY PROVE A FOUL BARGAIN." MARRY A PLAIN GIRL IF SHE USES n o V w M w V 4 lor.kirs Sratisrca.