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THE ROAD TO FAME.
A man fmy have a mine of wealth Kw 'et win little fame. But if he ji'" 'ie Liars' club The Avurld soon knows his name. Cleveland l'lam Dealer, loo f ... tr f,j rhfinn In Afchnntdtnn 11 iillC o But the roads there are too rough -or motoring." Pittsburg Post. EVERYTHING IN ITS PLACE. "Can't anything beat pure water, a!" "Not as a chaser." Pittsburg Post. NATURALLY. "The Impudent thing wanted me to arry hlu: " When is the wedding going to L" Nashville American. NO CHILDREN. Flat Hunter "Do you' let children these flats?" Janitor "No, .we. only let the latti" Vonkers Statesman. UNTESTED. "Would you gtvevup your seat to a oman in a car?" . , How do I know? Never had a tad yet myself." Philadelphia Led- A BIG PROPOSITION. "John, 1 must have one of these yscraper hats." "All right, wife. Get the milliners I submit designs and competitive is." Pittsburg Post. NO ENJOYMENT. "So he doesn't enjoy the bathing?" J'N'o; he can't lock the door, Btay ' for two hours and prevent the tier boarders fromusingthe ocean." J-Kansas City Journal. WHEN WOMEN RULE. "Women couldn't run the fire de- artment, anyhow." Not muscular enough, you .Ink?" "I was tlilnking that they'd Insist . dropsiiica hose." Houston laronicle. I A GOOD THING. "Are you In favor of the Young nrkey agitation?" You bet I am. I have no use for :d, tough birds." Kansas City lurnal. THAT MAY COME. "Telephone, directory, twine, niu lage the druggist is certainly very Ipful." "Yes; he provides everything ex pt free lunch." Kansas City Jour- il. OCT OF MOUTHS OF BABIES. Sunday-school Teacher "What e you going to be when you grow ?, Tommy?" Tommy "I'm a-goln' to be a pir- e till I g..;s old and sick, and then a a-goiu' to turn to the Lord." age. A MUTUAL SERVICE. "Tou always start the DhonoRrach lien that young man calls." ies, answered Miss Cayenne. He thinks it is a polite attention on part and it protects me from his resome tfioris at conversation." Sulngtou Star. INSOLENCE. "I suppose," he said, "you would er marry for anything but love?" ut course I wouldn't." she re- iej. "How big an Income would it be -ssary for a man to have to in- the sacred passion?" AM AMRVnWVT "Gosh Uuru the luck.", exclaimed e hired man. as he narrowlv missed "oing his thumb. 'our luck's all rieht ." commented nier Wbiffletree. "What you '"w Kosh durn is your lack of 'Kansas City Journal. ALL RIGHT. , "en though you are my broth- son I am obliged to discharge ," Hut I am sorry for your motn i sake." 'Qlythafs all right, sir.. Mother .'I Kho rl A ... i . Tv uu i see bow l ve put up i 3u as long as I have." Judge. IN THE SALOON. hew 0wner (who has Just bought sooner yacht i -i i. xi-. ' atuun. v "wson, you'll 'ave to 'ave that pil- cuovea before my wife comes , She'll want to sit at the head ' 'M table." MtPherson "Weel. ye'll hae to steamer o' her, for that's an masur-Puncn. After suffering for seven venrs, this tvoinnn was restored to health by Lydia K. Plnkliam's Vegetable Vumpounu. iteau jcr letter. Mrs. Sallie French, of Pauraunla, ! Ind. Ter., writes to Mrs. Pinkham: j " I had female troubles for seven years was all run-down, and so ner- 1 voua I could not do anything. The! doctors treated me fordifferent troubles ! but did me no good. While in this con- I dition I wroto to Mrs, l'inkham for ad vice and toolc Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege table Compound, and I am now strong' ' and well." I FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN.! For thirty years Lydia E. Pink-1 ham's Vegetable Compound, made ! from roots and herbs, has been the j urflnrlnrrf wmpdv fnr fnmol Ilia and has positively cured thousands of women who have been troubled with displacements, inflara mat ion, uleera- tion, fibroid tumors, irregularities,: periodic pains, backache, that beating-down feejing, flatulency, indiges tion,dizziness,or nervous prostration. "Why don't you try it ? Don't besitato to write to Mrs. Pink ham if there is anything about your sickness you do not understand. She will treat your letter inconfldenceandadviseyoti free. No woman ever regretted writinp lier, and because of her vast experience she has helped thousands. Address, Lynn, Muss. One of -the Essential ef the happy homes of to-day is a vast fund of information as to the best methods of promoting health nnd hnppiness and right living and knowledge of tho world's best products, Products of actual excellence and reasonablo claims truthfully p;t?scntcd and which have attained to world-wide acceptance through tho approval of the Well-informed of tho World; not of indi viduals only, but of the many who have tho happy faculty of selecting and obtain ing the best tho world nlTords. One of tho products of that class, of known component parts, an Ethical remedy, approved by physicians and com mended by tho Well-Informed of the World as a valuable and wholesome family laxative is tho well-known Syrup of Figs and Elixir of Senna. To get its beneficial effects always buy. tho genuine, manu factured by the California Fig Syrup Co., vnly, and for sale by all leading druggists. TOWERS FISH BRAND WATERPROOF OILED GARMENTS i are cut on larger patterns, designed tn niiM th wparpr jthe utmost comfort krIT-DORMU-aiAM f, UARANTlrj) vwjtHPW0' 1 tTl SUCKERS 32S l-U U '' .VfV mm Peace negotiations at The Hague have been forgotten in the general demand among nations for bigger na vies, mourns the Washington Star. Thr i more Catarrh Is tnl section of the conn try than all other disaues put to gether, ana nntil the lat few yean was sup posed to be incurable. For a great mnny years doctor proDonncl it l local disease and prescribed local remedies, and by con stantly (ailing to cure with local treatment, pronounced it incurable. Science has proven Catarrh to be a constitutional diieaae, and therefore requires constitutional treatment. Hall' Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F.J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio, ia tbe only con stitutional core on themarket. It is taken in ternally in doses from 10 drop to a teaspoon ful. It acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Thev offer one hun dred dollars foranycaeeitfaila to cure. eod for rircularsand testimonials. Address F.J. Cuenkv & Co., Toledo, Ohio. !old by Drupeists. 75c. Xalta Hall 'a Family Pills for constipation. Kext to votes, money to pay cam paign expenses Is the most essential j thing to Insure political success. When one good turn begets another we shall have perpetual motion. Hicks' Capudine Cures Nervousness, W hether tired out, worried, overworked, or what not. It refreshes the brain and nerves. It's Liquid and pleasant to taie. 10c., 23c, and SOc., at drug stores. Only the man who has courage knows how thin ft Is. ZUfcMEfiMAKN STEEL CO. lone Trte. hurt. 3 Thompson's Eye Wat er ff aonned wltli RHFIIMATISM now curable; Ihoui&ncls cured; r-tl!l-umrtllUJTlujtg,p(,t,dv.gM)aI.ll,el. ffiveniprlce low. Wrltequlck. 1)K. S. T. WKIUHT, Peru, lnj. A Revolutionary Machine. A revolution In the sending and receiving of telegraph messages Is Gradually taking place throughout the United States, owing to the telegraph printing machines which are being Installed In the metropolitan offices of the telegraph companies.. . la sending, .-'the messages are "punched" or spelled out in the Morse chafacters on an endless tajie. The (ape is then fed Into a sending ma chine, where a wheel moves It along and in the right direction. The holes In the tape allow contacts to be ma:le which control the receiving mechan ism. The receiving machine Is some what like an elr-ctrlcally controller! typewriter. Electrical contracts made through the holes' lu the tape cause tho proper typo bars to be struck. So fast Is this automatic working that the girl operators can receive and send from 200 to 400 messages in nine hours with one machine. The machlnea work duplex, two messages being sent at the same time. Popu lar Mechanics. A Cow Boy Breakfast, - T. B. Sweet, a Topeka capitalist, stopped at Abilene in the early days at the best hotel 'in the city. He asked for bis breakfast. The waiters took no special notice of his appear ance, or at least did not gueBS that his appetite was different front tho Average patron's. "Give me some eggs," said Mr. Sweet, and waited. In a little while the waitress came back. In a bowl she had a full doz en eggs, all hard boiled. Sweet gasped and ate what he could, protesting that she had brought him too many, and that he didn't Jus', know hov, hard boiled eggs wou'.d Btrlke him for his first meal of the day. "Why, that's a regular cowboy's breakfast," responded the waitress. Kansas City Journal. President Roosevelt wants to im prove the condition of' the fanner. The President will have to hurry, thinks the New York American, U he wants to catch up with the farmer's own efforts in this line. A SUDDEN COLD. V t M ' i 1 ' e 3IIH HelesSaoerbler, of SISMainSt., St. Joieph, Jlich., writes an tntercstlne lettor on the snbject of catching- cold, which, cannot fail to bo of ralne to all women was) catch cold easily. PERU ADV1SE0 FDR SUDDEN COLDS. It Should Be Taken According to Di I rections on the Bottle, at the i First Appearance of the Cold ' Bt. Joseph, Mich., Sept., 1901. Last . winter 1 caught a sudden cold tvhU K tt e vetnped into an mipleaiant catarrh of the head and throat, depriving me uf my appetite and usual good spirita. A friend who had been cured by l'eruna adviaed ens I to try it and I sent for a bottle at ones, l and I am glad to any that in three days the phlegm had loosened, and I felt better, my appetite returned and within nine days ; 1 was in my usual pood health. ansa neien Baueruier. Peruna ia an old and well tried remedf for celda. Ho woman should be with out it. Yeans Men nn4 T.ftdteaof ambition .botild matter Ttleprtphy ind B. K. Accountlnd in on of our Inititulc. Grcnt tcarclty of n,.r tor.. H o urat? five pcnool undor direct lapervnioa of FUilwftf OOloikti. ilalD-lma wiro ia .11 our .thoolt. 1'n.itionii bMlutly Mtured, nbea comptnt. Work for board. l'rot!rius fr. Learn Telepraphy National Telegraph Institute, (DepL A. N.) MEMPHIS. TiriN.', COLI'MlilA. o. a THE J. R. WATKINS MEDICAL CO. '."If""'. MINNESOTA. Wakes to tllrTcr-nt Artlclnl Hontehold Reaiedlea, Flnirorlaa xractall Rlud, Toilet Prepurutlona, Flue boupa, l.to. Can-Vas-ters Wanted in E-Very County, Tears Fmprrlence, Sin.OOO.OOB output. American Cotton and Business University ) nrrTiimirii rnMccnviTnov ( . f .u." vy o KLLinUYL 1 kjijS BEST PROPOSITION ; U ui muoiw I 1 Theoldest. largest and bett muatcschnol In ' "vf lsmmm y. s- ""- , theState. All branches of music tautrht. -v a-a '.w r' . asi-ijju. -ara T Wi ' n..i i ! 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Writ for totulof u, aud at.ta ooure dMirtid. fllBBAy "KEEPS YOU WELL" 3 L-mlZk TRY A BOTTLE AN IDEAL ANTI-CONSTIPATION REMEDY Ask your dwler for It lsHtV. T .-iiHP-- Alfalfa thrives best on a' soil JajVt4" ' supplied vith POTASH, phos- aring your land for alfalfa this fall nsure your crop against weeds and ' applying-, broadcast, ten days be fore planting, 6oo pounds of 2-8-10 fertilizer per acre. Most fertilizers are weak in Totasri. Make Uiem complete by adding Totasli io?o or 25 lbs. Muriate of Potash to each 100 lbs of fertilizer. Call on your dealer for POTASH at once as next week may be too late to get the goods delivered in time iur use. Potash Grows Alfalfa .'V. 'WWfc-K don't forget to i Winter-killing by PotasK Send for our books containing (acti ahotit foil, cropi. man urea and itruimrt, Mai.ed Uf GCRMAV KALI WORKS, Candler Bids:., Atlsnla, Ga. NSW YORK- Naniia Si. CniCAOO-Mooadaock Bldf. Avert the Danger B 31 Your female trouble may notrbe dangerous, now, but if neglected it may become so. Other ladies, by neglecting their health, have become chronic invalids, or even ended by finding an operation necessary. So rhy not learn by tiieir experience, and take Cardui before your trouble be comes serious. Take Cardui . Mrs. W. II. Ison, of Baltimore, Md. eays: "I hai suffered for 6 years, from female troubles. I had backache, dizziness, and such pains in the lowest part of my body. Oh! the feeling I had 1 thought I was going to die. My doctor did all he could, but I got no better. At last I began to take Wine of Cardui and now I do all my housework '.'and feel fine." Try it m 1 WW Ilk VftPR TT WAS. I "Do you go to Sunday School, little : boy?" "Nope." , , .... "Don't say 'Nop.' that lsn t right. , -well If I said 'Yep: I'd be ttllln yer a lie." Boston Transcript. KEEP YOUU rKIX HEALTHY. Tettminb has done Won4rs rstromeoz.rua, tott.'r, grouuJ lt"B, ery Si&fant soro hd, cba.s. chaf. i and thrforn of skin dia.u-v'S. J" su'crnvirt ed Zi o ! Us cur,s havo b. n mar- TOloSs and thousands of i-oopie s n its JwlsVs. We. BtdnnrKlslsorby mail from -I'ntll one word be colnrd to mea porch, portico, piazza anJ veranda, there Is bound to be class distinction Jn the country, lamenU the New York Evening Mail. PUTNAM FADELESS DYES Color more poodi brighter and faster color than inr othw dy. On Iin. pack ape color all flber. They dye In cold writer rxttrr than tny other dye. Yo Hnv mrmMii wuhnnf rlfPlntr mmn. Wrlt for free booklet How to Lne, Mfacn mitl Mix C.lor. MOMtOK Ut Vii CO., Quliioy, llllnoia Throat and" Longs ml ju the proteclioi aiaiclf colj arxl diaMH that N obtained Iron Fiao'l Con. ii T coudi or oU, ilial or Knoua- beam la.1 Irc Hiao'a Cure falar nd connout uniil you are well. Core the courfi while il Ireah. whu alew ooao oi Po'! Core mar h. all lUl T will oerj. Famoua for half aoao lurr. Heaaaol to taate. Frao boa oralet and harmful inrredieflta. At all dnusiila', 25 eta. n FOR ' yV miMi Trv .tABBiXia M 1 iVMI IMAOSBY ve. a.. y n f 1 wohnnnred ponnrls. more or Ices, rostinp on th hottrimfl of Tnnr ahnMi will tir vnne f,.. t &i,nA w.. e." fyet. tiKRthMKK fhws are made curreclly from tlm bottom no nnd that's why .tl.ov always tit. Wk tor tbe label. If you don't find fakiwrrra readily, write tu for d, regions bow to secure them. FRED.- F. FIELD CO.. Brochtoa, Man,