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Miss Rose Peterson. Secre.
tary Parkdale Tennis Club, Chi cago, from experience advises all young girls who have pains and sickness peculiar to their sex, to use Lydia E. Pinkhara's Vege table Compound. How many beautiful young girU de velop into worn, listless and hopeless women, simply because sufficient atten tion has not been paid to their physical development. No woman la exempt from physical weakness and perlodio pain, and young girls Just budding- into womanhood should be carefully guided physically as well as morally. Another woman, Miss Hannah E. Mcrshon, Col-ling-H wood, N.J., says i " I thought I would write and tell you that, by following your kind ad vice, I feci like a new person. I was always thin and delicate, and so weak that I could hardly do anything. Men struation was irregular. "I tried a bottle of your Vegetable Compound and began to feel better right away. I continued its use, and am now well and strong, and men struate regularly. I cannot say enough for what your medicine did for me." $&000 forfeit If original tf aboot ItUtr arraM IMiimui cannot 6 productd. Lydla K. IMnkbam's Vegetable Compound will cure any woman in the land who suffers from womb troubles. Inflammation of the ovaries, and kidney trouble. The FREE Homestead LANDS OF 51 Western Canada An tbl STAR ATTRACTIONS for 1904. Mil Hon of teres of fnasnificent Grain and Cre In Unci to be had a frra lift, or ty purcbaMi fiuiu Kailway Compauics. Land Coipoiatiun. etc THE GREAT ATTRACTIONS Good Crop delightful cllnutte, aplnmlld tthool yatftin, pvrftM-t norutt contltttona, csceptlonnl rallsrist- advantw1' ud wealth and nflliiente acquired etui 1 1 jr. Tb population of Western Canada in r rented 114 ofto by immigration dining the I'-si year. ovr 50.000 beinc American.. Write to nearest authorized Canalian Coverment Aient for Canadian Atla and other information- J or address Superintendent Inimicration. Ottawa) I. S. Crawluid. No 125 W. Niutli Stitet, h.o.u CUt. Mo. Baby's Troubles tethers, you may rely upon Dr. Caldwell's (LAXATIVE) Syrup Pepsin It keeps the baby's little bow els eool and regular, cures Wind Collo, and helps them to grow strong and hearty. Spe cial directions for the babies on each bottle label. Your druggist sells It. PEPSIN SYRUP CO., Montlcsllo. 111. Tto 1 .olMw r fa r rH e4 of WEBSTER'S INTERNATIONAL DICTIONARY of naua.. Ckffnpbr, Ueoffraphr . MeUae, El. rueful. Reliable. Attractive. Lasting. Tb N.w Bdltlon Baa 35.000 New Word. New Oaiattaer ef the World - Maw Biographical Dictionary tsm rw. MOO lUutrttlau. Mo Umdlaa. Why Not Gin Son. Out Tl Uaeful Pretest? FREE "A Tatt In Pronunolatlon." Idmjvcuv. m4 ..(rrlMllM lot lb. whulm lemUr. lUiutrtlfMl Afupli .Uo frM. O. O. MSRBIAM CO., Pubuahers. Bprtngnala, Ma.... U. B. A. CAPSICUM VASELINE Oct rr in coLLarariiLi tti) A aubttituta for anel supartor to mustard or any ether planer, and will not blister tha mott delicate akin. Tha pft.a-.lL.yiof and curaine qualities, of thii artifia ara wonderful. It will atop tha toothache at once, and relieve head ache and aciatica. Warecomotand it as tha best and aafait eiternal coy ntei -irritant kuowo, also aa an eitarnal remedy for pain In tbe chest and stomach and all rheumatic, neuralgic and outy complaints. A trial will prove what we rlaim for it. and it will b found to be invalu able in the household. Many people say "it I the best of all your preparations." Price cents, at all d rut gists or other dealers, or by tending this amount to us la postage stamps we will aend you a tube by maiL No article should be accepted by the public unless the tint carries our label, aa otherwise It it not genuine. CHESEBROUOH MHO. CO., 17 State Street. Naw Yobs Citt. BROMO- SELTZER CURES ALL Headaches 10 CENTS EVERYWHERE It i pan 4 i nu let are the bet Aj uiul. hiutlxinn atvatr IBSda. A 1 huuitrrd u..lilui.a er tbetn have J i.eeu aold In luc United btates la a klufle year, tonsil pi too, uaarv burn, sick headache, diiiluese, bad breath. tort throat, and ever arlsiue fr im a disordered r'li iarh are relieved or cured by Rtpane Tabula. will sjeneraMy ttlva relief within iwenty nilo t"r. The liver rut ptMlraerc Is enough fof urduiary a m . them. btGGS' CHERRY COUGH SYRUP cures coughs ana coias. 1 Miss Rose Peterson. SecrcU Will Revolutionize Cotton Trad. Egyptian cotton la being Introduced In Ten, ajid proralaea to revolution ise tbe cottou Industry of tha south. It la much mora desirable than tho cotton raised In the Vnltcd Btates now, and la even better than the sea Island cotton. The Egyptian cotton baa much longer fiber than other cot tona, and its aeed can bo removed ao easily that It la not necessary to cut up tho cotton In ginning It. Lewis' "Single Hinder" straight Bo cignr. Made by hand of ripe, thorougtilv cured tobacco, which insures a rich, satis fying smoke. Yon pay loc for clunra not so good. Lewis' Factory, l'corin.illl. Not Necessary. A golfer who was loafing aruund a clubhouse on the off chance of setting a game onpled a man who seemed to be In a similar plight. He aougtit out his caddlo and took him Into a corner. "How docs he play?" ho asked the lad. "Not worth a hang." was the prompt reply. "Then I'll have to give bim something If I play him." "You'll not need to do anything of tbe kind," replied the caddie. More Flexible and Lasting, won't shake out or blow out; by airing Defiance Starch you ohtaln better resulta than poantbla with any other brand aod one-third more for aama mouey. Depew'a Son Studying Medicine. Chauncey Uepow's son "Buster" in tends to study for the medical pro fession and bis father has been con aulting some famous French doctors about tho matter. The young man will probably be given a private- lab oratory In the Pasteur Institute, Purls. PUTNAM FADELESS DYES color more goods, brighter colors, with less work than others. Has Sublime Faith. One of the "Peculiar People" In Hoi land recently brok his arm. Ho de clined to call In a doctor, and wrapped a leaf of a Ulblo round tio small too of his left foot. He declares that this gave him inbtunt relief. He still walks about with a broken arm. Statr - M(i, Ct rv t- T"i..uj.i.- .ti M I 'l'N IV. ( Fim .1. tikvKi inalvCi cith Iti.t he ta pt-nlot !arliitr of h firm of 1-. J. CiiKNxr A Co., ilnluu bii.l.'i.-.. In tlio i Hi or Toii-tlo, County .mi Mntr .rori-.niil. atil l hut ..M nrti, wtil pay tliciitn of ON K Hi .-snurii uiu.i.Ait- lor fm n aim evrjr imi ot c , i a nm i! thnt . wuu. l be i meil ttj IU. use of Mill'. Caiau.h Ciuk. FRANK .1. CI1KNKV. Worn to lipfom ino an 1 .nba-rltM0 In lur Liruattbce. Ihl, iiti d.r ol iiecemiwr, A. t. 1H-... I A. W. ULBASON. I 1 .Volary Public. ll.'ll'a Catarrh Cure la tnkrn Inuim.lly, and acta dtrpt'tif im tlie hititd uid muonu. .urfitc.. ut tUe ay.tt-iu. bt'Dufur tKtlnio:iUN. Tri-e. foldbr.il tlniSJlata.TSf. ll.l;'.'Kttiutly aro tlie he.t. Sight of the Caterpillar. A caterpillar cannot see more than a centimeter attend; that Is to Hay, 1C3S than two-fifths of an Inch. The hairs on the body are said to be of as much use as Its eyes in letting It know what Is going on around. When Your Grocer Bay be does not have Dcflouce Starch, you may be aura be la afraid to koep it until bis tock of 1'J on. packugeH are aold. Dellance Btarch is uot only better than any other Cold Water rilarcb, hut contuiiiB 10 ot.. to tba packn.ua and aall. for a&uie mouay aa 12 oa. Lruniia. Furniture of Unique Material. Charles F. Klein, of St. Louis, has much of the furniture in his house made of horns of different animals, wblch he gathered during his many yeors' residence in Western Texas. Mra. Win. low. Koothlnor Hrrap. Ferrtd,drrn U't-tntnif , aoftra. tbe ,,.jure. 1t fl.maj.Uua, ah.y. pln, turee wind cullu. VAc a uotlla. Menellk Banishes Missionaries. Menellk, emperor of Abyssinia, has ordered some German missionaries to Immediately leave that country, as he will not have the faltb of his peo ple assailed. On the missionaries pro testing against this order, Menellk asked them If they had no sinners In Germany. On receiving a reply In the affirmative, the Negus told them to return to Germany and give their countrymen tbe benefit of their ad vice, which was cot wanted In bla country. Edlnburg Honor Canadians. The municipality of Edlnburg con ferred the freedom of that city to Sir Wilfrid Laurler, premier of Can ada, and Sir Robert Bond, premier and colonial secretary of Newfound land, on tbe occasion of their last visit there on July 26 to receive do grces from the university. Wine Tasters. Professional wine tasters never swallow tho wine they -sample. They merely hold a sip of tbe beverage in the mouth for a few moments and breathe through the nostrils. The palate announces whether the wine is smooth or rough, and the sense of smell takes note of the aroma. Reada Like a Miracle. Friarspoint, Miss., Nov. 30. The Butler case still continues to be the talk of the town. Mr. G. h. Butler, the father of the little boy, says: "Tho doctor said my boy had disease of the spinal cord, and treated him for two mouths, during which be got worse nil the time. Finally the doctor told mo be did not know what was tha trouble. The boy would wake up dur ing the night and say that he was dying. He would be nervous and trem bling and would want to run from the house, saying he saw ugly things vhlch frightened him. After we had tried everything else, I read an adver tisement of Dodd'i Kidney Pills as a cur for Nervous Troublos. I pur chased some and used them until he bad taken altogether eight boxes when be was sound and well with not a sin gle symptom of tbe old trouble. This was aome months ago, and I feel sure that he ta permanently cured. We owe to Dodd's Kidney Pills all the credit for bla restoration to good health." Burning of Guayaquil. It Is too bad that It required a $. 000,000 lire to call the world'a atten tion to the fact that Guayaquil, Ecua dor, is enough of a city to furnish such a costly and magnificent specta cle. It can't repeat the performance on the same big scale right off, for tbe city is said to be almost obliterated by the fire. Those Who Havs Tried It g BM no other. Defiance Cold Water Starch baa o eqoal la Q"tty or Qua). Ky 18 ea. for 10 cant. Other brands cmp lain only IS oa. "Don't you think Miss Plainly Is the very Image of ber mother?" "Yes, In deed, tbe resemblance Is something awful." Two Kinds of Humus. Professor E. F. I.add, of the North Dakota Agricultural College, says: Of lata we have heard a groat deal about Iho necessity of humus In the soil. We have come to understand that humus Is as essential In the North Dakota soils as In all other soils if we would maintain their fertility. We have come to understand that humus is one of the great water holding constituents of the soil, that It Is to tbe humus wo owe many of the hotter physical qual ities of the soil, and that It Is from the humus the nitrogenous matter of tbe plants Is derived to be converted into nitrates to serve as plant food. There Is one point, however, that has not been sufficiently emphasized. There are different kinds of humus, tbe same as there are different kinds of animal foods. Some forms of bumus are worth a great deal more In tbe soil than others. We all recog nize tbe fact that clover bay Is vast ly superior as an animal food to wheat straw. We say that clover hay. wheat bran, linseed and cotton seed meal are nitrogenous foods, and that straw timothy, cornmeal, stover, etc., are carbonaceous foods. So wo have types of bumus that are highly nitrogenous and other types thnt are highly car bonaceous. A humus derived from wheat straw or wheat stubblo or grains of any kind Is very Inferior. It furnishes no nitrogenous matter, It docs not have the water holding and absorbing constituents as does the humus derived from clover, vetches, limine grass, etc. We thus see that one of the advantages of growing clover in our crop rotation la that it gives us a better type of humus In the sell. One that will put the soil in better physical condition will hold n larger amount of moisture, will fur nish nitrogenous plant food, and will better unlock the available plant food In the soil than the bumus that Is de rived from tarbonuceous plants like the straw. Why Cotton Seed Meal Kills Pigs. Why does cotton seed meal often kill pigs? Tho answer is not forth coming, but tho cxperlmeuters are at work on the problem and have been at work on it for some years. As yet they have arrived at no con elusion that Is satisfactory to them selves or others. The cniK3 Is doubt less fonio property of the meal or seed that Is harmful when fed beyond a certain limit. The first attempts to solve tho problem led to the belief that the cause was a mechanical one, the deaths being produced ty Impac tion duo to the accumulation hi tho alimentary canals of large quantities of the tufts of cotton clinging to some of the seeds. Hut this was not borne out by subsequent experiments and post mortem examinations. No mat ter how carefully the seed was cleaned the deaths resulted all tho same when the pigs were fed beyond a certain limit not well-defined, the seed or meal made from It. It Is now believed that the seed and tho meal made both produce a toxic ef fect, when allowed to undergo certain changes. When It Is remembered that food remained In the Intestines of the pigs for some days, It Is easy to see that It has an opportunity to ferment and produce poisons. There are many other materials that thus change in composition. Thus the cassava root, from which tapioca Is ride, contains prussic acid, which disappears In the process of beating. But the poison has been known to come back again In old tapioca. To Ohio Corn Growers. It now seems evident that the yield of corn !s to be much below an aver age crop in this state this season. Conditions beyond the control of the corn grower the late spring aud the unseasonable weather during the greater part of the corn months have helped to bring about this result. Tlie corn crop of 11IU3 is a matter of his tory. All that can be done now is to carefully save and utilize what we have. This should mean something more than picking the eurs and allow ing tho stover to waste in tbe field in so far as Its feed value Is concerned. Tbe present crop is rot only a disap pointment as regards yield but quite Inferior as to quality. This for many a corn grower means poor seed, an uneven btand and a poor crop in 1904. It will mean this unless great precau tion be taken In selecting and drying out seed corn this fall. While mature seed should be chosen If it can be had, Bligbtly immature corn carefully and thoroughly dried out by the fire. Is frequently more satisfactory than the former when handled carelessly. Given a normal winter and It Is prob able that seed corn ot which nlnoty per cent and upward will germinate next spring will not be easily secured. Almost any farmer can arrange for It now It he be alert It has seemed best that this word ot caution be sounded at this time by the Ohio Agricultural Experiment Station, Wooster, Ohio. Agricultural Co-Operation In Ireland. At tbe last meeting of the Irish Agricultural Organization Society a re port on progress showed that the or ganization bad gained 148 new so cieties and nearly 9,000 new mem bers during the past year. During 1902 the societies composing the or ganization were: 247 dairy societies and 81 auxiliaries, having 36,174 mem bers; 124 agricultural societies, with 12,961 members; 146 agricultural banks, with 6,611 members; 31 poul try societies, with 6,906 members; 60 borne Industries, with 2,933 members; 4 flax societies with 118 members: 17 beekeepers' societies, with 298 mem bers; 8 federations with 257 members; 10 miscellaneous societies, with 862 members. Total number of societies, 712, with 66,020 members. These so cieties last year transacted business tu excess of 17.000,000. Lord Uontssgls Is president of tbe society. Tbe clover crop !s an adjunct that no swine grower can afford to over look. Clover and com will do al most tbe whole work of feeding. Uncle Hezeklah on Coif. "1 don't see why they call golf a royal and ancient game," remarked the Cohoes philosopher, drenching a protuberant nail on the postofflce ve rauda with a well-aimed expectora tion. "I never heard tell of It till two months ago, an' my folks hez lived right In thU here county fer sixty years. An' as fer Its beln' royal It ain't played In no court liko tennis I don't see where thot comes In, An' If It Is, It's agin the constitution and the flag." Judge. "Does your poetry pay?" "Well It Just keeps the wolf from the door." "I suppose yyu read It to him." T do not heller Plan's Pure for t-enramptioa haa co equal fur eounha and colda. Joum V iloTBu, Trinity Sprlnga, Ind., ib. ;S, two, Imitation Leather From Old 'Shoes. In France old shoes are bought up In quantities by rag dealers and sold to factories, where the shoes aro first taken apart and submitted to long processes wblch turn them Into paste, from which the material Is transformed into an Im'tntton leather, appearing very much like the finest moiDcco. I'puii this material stylish designs arc stamped aud wall papers, trunk coverings and similar articles are manufactured from It. If other Oray. Sweat Powder, for rhlMron, iMiccenfullv nacil by Mother (irav. nurss In tbe Children' Home lu New York, cur Constipation, Kcvei blini-. H-id Mnnmrh, IWthlng Disorders, move and rrgulntf- the Dowel. au.d DctiT Worm. Over au.mintria tlmoninla. At all lrtiiritit-, IIV. hnmi'la I'Ktii. AddreaaA.S. OlmMt-d, LeUoy.N.X. Temperance Lesson. It cannot be denied that trie Illinois woman who shot and killed ber hus band under tho impression that ho was a burginr when be roturned home drunk at 2 o'clock In tho morning and began to smonh things has struck upon au argument that if widely em ployed will go fur toward solving tho temperauce question. Louisville Courier-Journal. Why It Is the Best la bacnu-e mndo by a-i entirely dlTerent procet... Dehute o "Starch 1 unlike any other, batter and uue uir.l mora for 10 oauu. Who Got the Money. A man, having I al a tuiii of money left him at the death of his fathei, went to cee bis solicitor, who bad tbe matter In hand, to arrange the final settlement. The bill of costs having been presented to him, the man glanced over the figures und, thinking the charges were excessively heavy, turned to his le-ail adviser in astonish ment. "My father lett his money to me r.':. o you!" be exclaimed. Fashionable Women Athletic. Some of tbe fashionable women of I.archmunt, the resort, close to New York, have started the fad this year of riding astride. The Lumber of women at this resort w.io ride horse back, tail yachts and nandle fast au tomobiles U larger than ever before. When they are not enjoying out-of-door sports they are playing ping pong or bridge whist. Mourned by Ten Widows. Ten widows, all near relatives, mourned over the grave of Leonard O. Neighbour, who t as burled nt Cill fon, N. J., a few days ago. The de ceased was the youngest of a family of ten children, Ave boys and fivo girls. All tbe boys are dead, but tbe sisters are now living and all are widows. The widows of his brothers are also living, as is his own widow. Mother and Son Graduate. Mrs. Helen Clarke Balmer, 1317 Hollywood avenue, Edgewoter, Chi cago, is probably the first woman who was ever graduated from a uuiverslty in tho Eume year with ber son. Mrs. Balmer has Just completed a three year course In literature at the North western university, while her eldest son, Edwin C. Balmer, took the full course, tomplotii.g It In three years. The Queen and Her Pets. Queon Alexandra Is devoted to ani mals. She has quite a large aviary of doves and also goes In for poultry. Cockle, a fine old cockatoo, has the honor of being often regaled with sugar by his royal mistress. A few cats are Included In the ll-t of royal favorites, but dogs hold the largeat share In Her Majeity's affections. Shaved by Llghtr.ing. David Fuller, a farmer near Rich mond. Va., lost all bis hair during an electrical storm recently. His head, which before a bolt of lightning struck him was thickly covered with hair, was cleanly shaven. He was other wise uninjured. For the Elephant Hunt Two hundred native beaters are be ing brought from eastern Bengal to ossist at the elephant bunt in Mysoro, wblch is being arranged for Lord Cur zon, on the occasion of the installa tion ot the young mabarajah In Au gust. Nell He isn't very handsome, but his face lights well. Helle Is he so lantern Jawed as all that? Some church members keep their hearts In cold storage. "JU8T RUN ACROSS Some People Are Lucky. Some people make an Intelligent study of food and get on the right track (pure food) others are lucky enough to stumble upon the right way out ot tho difficulty just as a Pbila. young woman did. Sho says: "1 had suffered terribly from nervous Indigestion, everything seemed to disagree with tno and I was on the point of starvation when one da I happened to run across a demon stration of Postum Food Coffee at one of the big stores hero. "I took a sample borne and a Bample of Grape-Nuts as well and there tried them sgaln and found they agreed with me perfectly. For months I made them my main diet and as tbe result I am restored to my former per fect health and can eat everything 1 want to. "When I spoke to my physician about Grape-Nuts be said 'It Is a most excellent food.' " Name given by Pos tum Co., Battle Creek. Mich. There's a reason. Look for tbe famous little hook. The Road to Wellvllle," In every package of both Postum and Qrape-Nuts. Puzzle for the Forelgntr. One may sympathize with a French men who puts faith In any rule as to the pronunciation of "ough" as It Is found In the English language. Tbe plural of "potato" may have no ter rors for him, but set him to pro nounce this sentence: "A rough coated, dough-faced ploughman strode, coughing and hiccoughing thought fully through the streets of Scarbor ough." The foreigner who could take that fence would deserve Immediate nationalization as he alighted. Old Frocks for New. Dress designing Is becoming quite an Intellectual pursuit. I heard the other day t.tat one of the great Paris Ian dress rteilguern had been travel ing In the F-ust to get fies'.t Inspira tion, wbilo it Is well knowu that the picture galleries of Pails arc haunted by tho model-making fraternity, nud old books with prints and plates of the eighteenth and the beginning of the nlnetecuCi rpr.tu.ry are qulto at a premium In the old bookshops and the bookstalls of Paris. Gentlewoman. Pleasant for Automobllists. In England and France experiments hie being made In covering the roads with a thin layer of tar to allay the dust and kill disease germs. It Is said the tar sinks Into tbe earth and seems to absorb tho dust created by horses' hoofs and wagons. The oil ing of tho roadbeds for the same pur pose has been practiced by railroads in tbis country for somo time, and ex purlmeuts in its uso on highways have been quite extensive. One Gould Approves Arbitration. In a telegram tu tlio editor of the Richmond, Va., Evening News Frank J. Gould, who Is supposed to be the ruling spirit In the street railway or ganization of that city, has given his emphatic, approval of tho arbitration BVBtcm for the settlement of pending disputes between tte employe and the management of the compauy. Officers Resent Caricatures. For drawing caricatures of his offi cers while mirvln.; h;s time In tho Gen'iah ur:ny re-?r.e;-. an engineer nnaii'd Wunn has lirvti sentenced at Fra::!.ft:rt tu six months' Imprison rp"t WHAT SICK KIDNEYS CAUSE. KlIINEY t'OMI'LAINTtt Dill betes, Bright's IMscum'. I nil am million of the Kidneys, Dropsy (swelling of the limbs or body), incessant pains in the back or loins. Hi.Aiiui-.it Tiiorm.KK. In fliimiimlioii of the bladder, in tliimed passages, pain in passing urine, incontinence of urine, too much or too little urine. I'kic An i Titoi iii.ks Ulieiinintistn. Gravel, Gout, Gall Stones. Lumbago. Nkbvk Titocw.m Neural gia, riciatii a. NcrvoiisCollupse, Blcepli-.siic&ft, McIhiicIioIIii. Many other disorders nre caused' dln-ctly or indirectly by faulty kidney action, and can be renchcil and cured bv Doans Kidney Pills. This remedy has cured every com idaint recorded above, iiml over Wm. know n Street, "Some of grip I have since w across alwnvs 60.0UO testimonials prove iu surprising merit. I 60 cents per lxx, of all ileal ere. or mailed on receipt of Sriee, by addressing Foster lilburnCn.. Buffalo. N. Y. t Less Than 12 Hours to Hot Springs, Ark., Via Ircn Mountain Route. The new train wblch was Inaugu rated November 8th. leaving St. Uiuls :20 p. tu.. aud arriving Hot Springs 8 a. m makes the run In less than twelve hours, which heats all previous records between these points. Re turning train leaves Hot Springs 7:30 p. ta., arriving St. Ixiuis 7:35 a. m. Thoroughly up to date equip ment. For tickets and further Infor mation write any agont of the Iron Mountain Route, or H. C. Townscnd, general passenger and ticket tgent, SL Louis. Why It is Cool Near Trees. It is not shade alone that makes It cooler under a tree In summer. Tbe coolness of tho tree itaolf helps, for Its temperature Is about 45 degrees Fahrenheit at all times, as that of the human body la a fraction more than 98 degrees. So a clump or trees coola tbe air as a ptoco of Ice cools the water In a pitcher. Insist en Getting It Borne grocers ay thay don't kaap Da. flauica Starch bex-aua tbey have stock la hand of U.S. brand., which tbey know cannot be aold to a eastomer who baa ont-a oaad tba 16 os. pkg. Defiance ttUrcb for sauie money. Iron Rescued From the Sea. An enormous quantity of Iron, In the shape of old anchors aud chains. Is annually rescued from the sea. Dur ing one period of twelve months as much as 150 tons weight was dredged up on tbe east coast ot England alone. A Rare Good Thing. "Am using AIJ.KN'S FOOT-KA.SE. and can truly aay I would not have been without it ao long, had I known the relief it would five my aching foot. I think it a rare good hlng for anvona having snra or tired fect. Mra. Malilila Holtwert, Providence. K. I." bold by ail DruggUta, 2Sc. A'k to-day. in jersey. A farmer ot Lambortsvllle, N. J., has died from tbe bite ot a rooster. We had thaught that the bite ot the Jersey skeeter was the only thing In Jersey for which there was no anti dote. To Cure s Cold to One day. Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablet All druggist reload tnouavlf Itfailstooure. 2te Tailors to Publish Black Lkrt. Austrian tailors have decided to publish quarterly a black list, to eon tain the names and addressee ot un satisfactory clients and the exact amounts of their debts. ' ..... -r- . .- n, . -gy JiHHl il mum win lenau., QpryOr ... Vf -tr5' .ji. , GRATEFUL, HAPPY WOMEN ew Mlae Muriel Armltage. Female Weakness is Pelvic Catarrh. Always Half Sick are the Women Who Have Pelvic Catarrh. Catarrh o( any crR-in, if allowed to pro- 1 griM-s, will nllect the wholo IxHiy. Catarrh i without nervousness is very rare, but lvic j catarrh and nervousness go hand in hand. ! What is so distressing a sub' as a poor i half-sick, neivinir. unman, Mini-ring from ; the rr.anv almost unlie.irahlc svmptnms of elvic cnt.irih? She ilorx nut consider her self ill enough to go to bed. but she is lar from being able to do her work without the FIRST KIDNEY PILL MADE. THE ORIGINAL DISCOVERY. THE ONLY GENUINE. II Nittonnotts. the well jeweler of West Main ' Wvtbeville. Va , says : j II. B. SIcCahvpb of 501 Cberrv Street, Portland. Ore gon, inspector of freight cars for the Transcontinental Com- Jinny, savs: '1 used Doan'8 vidiiry I 'ills for backache and other " symptoms of kidney trouble which bail annoyed mi for months. I think a cold was responsible for the whole trouble. It seemed to settle in my kidneys. 1 loan's Kidney Pills rooted it out. It Is several months since I used Ihein. and up to date there has been no recurrence of the trouble." four years ago an ntluck settled in nivbark, und suffereil ofl and on ever ith a dull, heavy aching the small of my bnck, more severe In the morning. It was difficult for ! me to stoop or mniichtcii. and If I sat down for any length of ; time il was bard for me to arise. I took two boxes of Doon's Kidney Pills, and the dull, disagreeable aching left me." DOAN'S KIDNEY PILLS. i1. 3 GET ON OUR r.rr rn KNOW IT .s r. rural UFVTO . DEFIANCE STARCH IS WITHOUT EQUAL IT IS GOOD. IT IS BETTER. IT IS THE BEST AND MORE OF IT FOR TEN CENTS THAN ANY OTHER STARCH. IT Will NOT ROT THE CLOTHES VOUROROCERMASITORWIUOETITIFYOU ASK FOR IT. a a SATISFACTION or morsci dv.r. MANUFACTURED BY Ths DEFIANCE STARCH CO., OMAHA, FREE TO WOMEN! aMBHrnrni to prove me neatiua ana l!f.f ll.lil eleanllos power of fa.tlaa feeV'llU'l lull.l AatleefUe we will I .a I m.ll a large trial parkars II Jl. if witb book ot In.trueUon. Tjl X' Bfl Bbelatly Iraa. TBI. la not In a7,2Cw. tnl ,, unrl.. hua a lar packas. enough to eon viDce anyone ot Ita value. Wanes all over tba eoumr. are iiral.lnf Paxtine for a hat it haa duoa to lueai treat M..t at female Ilia, eurlna all In fUra nation and dlachargea. wonderful aa a rlaaaslos vaa-iaal douche, tor aura throat, naaal i-ausxrh. aa a moutii ttaab and to remove tartar ud wblica Um teeth, eod today a poaua card rt:l da .... Hold by Srusgi.u rr sew! fHMtswIS by aa, SO aaaito, lare boa. Saturaallaa guamatawtV XaUB faSTOM oo, Baatao, Mace, S4 tWaeSaa Ave. 9 HJtl Bill mi THANK PE-RU-NA FOR THEIR RECOVERY AFTER YEARS OF SUFFERING. Miss Muriel Armitage, 36 Greenwood Ave., Detroit, Mich., District Organizer of the Royal Templars of Temperance, in s recent letter, says : "I think that a woman naturally shrinks from making her troubles public, but restored health has meant so much to me that 1 feel for the sake of other suffering women it is my duty to tall what Peruna has done for me. " I suCered for five years with uterine Irregularities, which brought on hysteria and made me a physical wreck. I tried doctors from the different schools ot medicine, but without any perceptible change in my condition. In my despair I called on an old nurse, who advised me to try Peruna, and promised good re sults if 1 would persist and take it reg ularly. I thought tbis was the least I could do acd procured a bottle. I knew as tor n as 1 began taking it that it wis aflectico; ma difleren-.ly from anything I had ud before, and so I kept on tak ing it. I kept this up for six months, and steadily g lined strength and health, and when I bad nsed nitecn bottles 1 considered myself entirely cured. I am a gratelul, happy woman to-day." Mis Muriel Armitage. Peruna cures catarrh ot the pelvic organs with the same surety as it cures catarrh of the head. Pcruaa has be come renowned as a positive cute for femalo ailments simply because the ail ments are mostly due to catarrh. Ca tarrh is the cause of the trouble, Peruna cures the catarrh. Ths symp toms disappear. greatest exhaustion. This is a very com mon sight and is almost always due to pel vic catarrh. It is worm than foolish for si many women to sutler year alter year with a dis ease that can be permanently cured. l'cruna cures catarrh permanently. It cures old chronic cases as well as a slicht atlaik. the only ditierence bcini; in li.s length ( time that it ilu'.ild be 'alien to ellci t a cure. If you do not derive prompt and t atisfar tf ry lesu'.ts frim the u-e of I'erui-.a. write at ome t.J lr. llartman, giving a full state ment of ycir case, and In will 1-e pleaded to cive o.i hi.i valuable ac'-'KC (ir -tis. Addiess I r. llariman, Preside!.! of The l'rtnian Santtariur.i, v'.'iucibjs, Ohio. Mm. Gkoiihk Wvi.i ack, Jr., of Llinirit. N. Y., wife of George Wallace, broker, of West Water Street, nnd living nt 0(17 Baldwin Strict, says: " In .March, Ili7. I was cured of kidncv ami bladder trouhlo bv Doans Kidney Pills My physician said at that time that my life conl. 1 be saved only bv an operation. Night after nit,'ht 1 bad lieeu kept awake for hours nt a time with ter rible pain in my buck, and tho Bccrctioni from tlie kidneys were in us bad a state ss pos sible. I suffered with hemor rhages frequently .and was In a weak state, rour boxes of I loan's Kidney Pills cured me, und I now gladly reendorse tho remedy, because during the time which bus since elapsed, nearly seven years, I have never had the slightest sin of a return of tbe trouble.' A" GRASP TRADE MARJC WHEN YOU SEE IT l!V vlTABOl WITHOUT IT. . a a a fiLB. ftawrrn n A VaVf CIIDG kvantfifl luiKTIIiU I1MM. a-W "for Lo..o. J..rj H.I. Opo . "'al Suuk.fcfe.eBbr Hilil aajk price. Ml Writ. A-fc aartkaediTKala 1 Sad, IHaelaaati. fli-r.Thompion,i Eys Water W. N. U. ST. LOUIS, NO. 49, 1903. Wba asiwerlsg Advcrtlscauats Kisdl Hcstioa This Taper. 1 1 VMuuC'leIVaa I I 1 ta lliue. Buld r.f drutr.uu. y 1-