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' ( ' -i ' . , : , 1\11's. 1\IcGinnis-"Shurc \ , Bridget , an' , doe3 yez little baby croy ut noight ? " . . : : - . . 1\Irs. 1\IcDiunis-"Degorl'u , and it's mesnf that don't know ; thel' auld man snores so loud that ther poor lit. tie ] rid wouldn't have u chance on earth to be hurrud. " _ r Mother : GraY'1I Sweet l'owdera for Children. Successfully used by Mother Gray , nurse - _ in the Children's Home in New York , cur , , I' " , . wy ) ; . Constipation , Feverishness , Bad Stomach , . , . . \ , \w.\ : ; \ " Teething Disorders , move md regulate the Bowels and Destroy Worms. Over 30,000 testimonials At all druggists , 25c. Saml'lc FREE. AddressA.S.OlmstcdLcRoyN.Y. If you bet on the bay the winner is often a horse of another color. \tr" i'lnelO\vS ! 'Suothlnl : Syrup. For children teething , softens the Rums , raducee fD. Uammatlon , allays paIn , cures wind collu. 25c 8 bottle \ A New Damon and Pythlas. From North Wales comes the 1'0' mantic story of a lifelong devotion , begun in early boyhood , between two men , and only ending ill death at the ' - . . ripe age of SO years Henry Price and Robert Ellis when boys struck up a friendship , pledging to stick to each other until death. When young men ' ' i they emigrated to Australia and lived and worlced together , come weal , come woe , for more than fifty 'ears. Two years ago they both returned ! to their native village of Rhosl1aner. ' " chrogog , in Wales , having amassed ; , . ' ? considerable wealth. This week Price and Ellis died within twenty- ' . _ . four hours of each other , both being over SO years of age. Mount Booker Washington. . Mrs. Hill , an artist of Tacoma , : , : : ; , , Wash. , has been commissioned bj' one of the Western railroad trunk : lines to execute for the Louisiana Purchase ' exposition several canvases llustrc.- tive of the scenery of Washington state One of the pictures represents t a lofty mountain , which for some rea - son had never receive a name. The I 1 artist suggested that the mountain be christened Mount Booker Washington , . . , in honor , of the principal of the Tusl\ : ' egee institute. Her suggestion was , confirmed by the United States gea _ < , logical survey , and the name , Mount " : ; ? ' , , , Booker 'Vashington is now in use. The picture will be exhibited at St. Louis this summer. DAD DREAMS. fndlcate Improper Diet , Usually Due to Coffee. One of the common symptoms of coffee poisoning is the bad dreams , that spoil what should be restful 1 sleep. A man wlfo found the reason 2' ; . ; says : t "Formerly I was a slave to coffee. I was like a morphine fiend , could' not sleep at night , would roll and toss in , . . my bed and when I did get to sleep " was disturbed by dreams and hobgob. r buns , would wale up with headaches and feel bad all day , so nervous I could not attend to business. My I writing looked like bird tracks , I had I sour belchlngs from the stomach , indigestion . digestion , heartburn and palpitation I of the heart , constipation , irregularity of the kidneys , etc. "Indeed , I began to feel I had all the troubles that human flesh could , suffer but when a friend advised me I ' , to leave off coffee I felt as if he had . . insulted me. I could nol bear the idea , it had such a hold on me and I I refused to believe it the cause. . . . "But it turned out that no advice was (4 . . ever given at a more needed time for ! , ( , : , I finally consented to try Postum , and ! . with the going of coffee and the corn- lug of Poslum all my troubles helve gone and health has returned. I eat and sleep well now , nerves steadied down and I write a fair hand ( as you I ( can see ) , can attend to business again I I' ' . and rejoice that I am free from the I monster Coffee. " Name given by I Postum Co. , Battle Creel , Mich. I Ten la3's' trial of Postum in place of coffee will bring sound , restful , re : o ; f'\ : freshing : sleep. There's a reason. \ Look in each pkg for the famous little book , "Tho Road to " WQilvtll " rI I r ' _ , _ - - - J - - - - - .t-.1 I , Convinced at Lm.t. Tommy-Smoldn' cigarettes Is dead sure to hurt yer. JimmY-G'on ! Where did yer git dat notion ? Tommy-From pop. .1inu11Y-Aw ! he wnz fist stringln' ! yer. 'fommy-N'o , he wasn't stringin' me ; he wuz strappln' me. Dat's how I knows it hurts.-Catho11c Standard and Times. Preparing for the Worst. Y li h t 1 r 1 Miss Prim-O , I just know you are going to tale this dime and get tel" r'ibl1 intoxicated. Rummy \ RObinson-Yer , do , mum. Den yer might hand over a dollar , so I can tale a Turkish bath an' straight- an up afterward.-Pittsburg Chroni cle . ' ' . Doesn't Like to Guess. Pretty Daughter-I'd rather marry the worst man on earth than the best one. one.Horrified Horrified mother-Good gracious ! Are you crazy ? Pretty Daughter-Not necessarily. You see , I'd know then right from the start what I was up against and wouldn't be kept guessing. . High Finance. "He's a splendid financier , they say " "Yes , indeed. Why , he can manipu- tate the assets of a corporation in which you are interested so cleverly that you continue to feel grateful toward him when you wake up and find you have lost everything " Disturbing Peace. , v i . qr. l "Did your daughter's musical training . ing cost you much money ? " "Sure WhY , the next.door neigh. bors have sued me for damages. " Enough Said. Miflcins-Hello , old man ! What do you think or that cigar I gave you last night ? Bifkins-Don't ask me to thinlt. I'm trying to forget It. Contradictory. Danl-OD.kland is a contradictory kind of a cuss , isn't he ? Blash- Yes , the other night he dreamed that he coul l1't go to sleep ! -Plttsburg Dispatch. ; - r l i'l I Have Every Reason to Praise PC9ru-na , " ' WRITES MRS KANE , OF CHICAGO : . . I c53. I . w : y } AUbREY t4t4 'i # Lenunolltich GRACE , LDWARD , MYRl LGEORGE urn REEVES INL 172 StborStCiitc.ot11u. Mrs. K. Kane , 172 Sober Street , Chicago , Ill. , writes : "Peruna has been used so long In our family that I do not know how I could get along without It. have given It to all of my children at different times when they suffered with croup , colds and thc many ailments - meets that children are subject to , and am pleased to say that It has kept them In splendid h alth. I have also used It for B catarrhal difficulty 01 long standing and It cured mc In II short time ' , so I have every reason to praise Peruna. " . . - Mrs. K. Kane. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Pc-ru-no Protects the Entire Household - hold Against Catarrhal . Diseases. - One of the greatest foes with which every family has to contend is our changeable clinmte. To protect the family from colds and coughs is always serious problem , and often impos."ible. Sooner or later it is the inevitable fate of everyone to catch cold. Care in avoiding exposure and the use of proper clothing will protect from the frequency - quency and perhaps Uleseverity of colds , but with the greatest of precautions they will come. This is a settled fact of human experience. Everybody must expect to bo caught somewhere or somehow. Perhaps it will be wet feet , or a. . draught , or damp clothes , 01' it may be one of a thousand other little mishaps , but to one is shrewd enough to always avoid the inevitable catching cold. There is no fact of medical science better known than that Pertnia cures oa\.a1'rh wherever located. Thousands of families in all parts of the United States are protected from colds and catarrh h.V Peruna. Once in the family Peruna a ways stn.ys. Nt } home can Mrs. . A. Hobson , 225 ; Washington ' St. , Lansing , Mich. , writes : . "Peruna bad been such a blessing to I ! my only child , as well liS myself , that I feel Induced to give my testl- ' monlal. He has always suffered from catarrh of the head and threat , . ' and I had to use extra precautions ' so liS not to have him exposed to : i damp or cold wcather. Last year ; he w.s.tllken with I. grippe , and as \ ' It was a severe case , caused me I much anxiety. No medicine helped r I him till ho took Perun. I noticed . . an improvement ' once and In . three weeks he a different : . was : r child ; the grippe bad been comr r ; ' i pletely cured and I noticed that the / catarrh was made better. lIe kept : ! taking It two weeks longer , when . \ he was entirely well. 1 now use It . . ; off and on for colds , cramps , Indl- 1 gestlon general Indisposition , and ' find It superior to any doctors or . medicine I ever tried. It keeps me , t liS well as my child , In perfect . : health , and I gladly I ' to mothers. " ---Mrs. A. Hobson. " , ' spare PerUllrL after the first trial of it. We have au file many thousand testis 4 menials like the ones given above. W6 , ' can only give our readers a slight i glimpse of the vast army of unsolicited j endorsements we are receiving every'j j month. No other physician in the world' .1 has receivel''Such n volume of enthusi- astie and grateful letters of thanks aa i Dr. llartman for Perunu. . # r # - r 164qxic- I f I - - . . t .oAKBRANDj. . tI I - ; I ' ! i , No More Blind Horses For Bpt"clnc Optljlllm 1L. loansiflludse eudother , 1ft fo'n ' DJ1ui1ncbB \ otber Bore eyes , nary Co. , Iowa City I. . . . . Gave U guru cure , . ' UUH S H All All next Cough 6yrup , Tagtea Good , Use ' in tha bold by druggbts BEGGS' BLOOD PURIFIER CURES catarrh of the stomach. i