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It's the neglect of ^backache. Ride ache, pain In the hips or loins that finally prostrates the strongest body. The kidney warnings are serious ? tb<\v tell you that they are unable to tilter tbe body's waste and poison from the blood ?the sewers are clogged and impurities are run? ning wild to impregnate nerves, heart, brain and every organ of the body nita disease elements. Doan'l Kidney Tills are quick to soothe and strengthen sick kblueys, and help them free the system from poison. Bead how valuable they are, even in cases of long standing. L. C. Lovell, of 413 North First St., Spokane, Wash., says: "I have had trouble from my kidneys for the past ten years, lt was caused by n strain to which I paid little nttention. But as I neglected the trouble lt became worse and worse until any strain or a slight cold was sure to be followed by severe pain across my back. Then the action of the kidney secretions be? came deranged and I was caused much annoyance, besides loss of sleep. Doan'l Kidney Pills were brought to my notice, and after taking them a short time their good effect was ap? parent. All the pain was removed from my back and the kidney secre? tions became normal. Doan's Kidney FM 11s do all that is claimed for them." A FREE TRIAL of this great remedy which cured Mr. Lovell will be mailed on application to any part of the Uni? ted States. Address Foster-MllLnirn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. For sale by all druggists, price 50 cents per box. A Question cf Anesthetics. Stuart Knott, president of the Kan? sas City Southern railway, was enter? taining in his private car a Mr. Col 'ins, a wealthy Galveston broker whose brains and money he hoped to interest in the development of the territory contiguous to Port Arthur, the southern terminus of the road. The weather was stickily hot. The air was tainted with the fumes of oil. and the broker was kept busy beating off mosquitos and making polite ex? pressions of appreciation. Mr. Knott, after fully extolling Port Arthur's nat? ural advantages as a port, a rice, oil, cotton and lumber center, said: "Now, Mr. Collins, what would you take to locate here?" "That, sir, is an open question," re? plied Mr. Collins, slapping at a herd of gallinippers. "I'm not sure wheth? er I'd take cocaine or morphine."? New York Times. When a young man tells a girl bc loves her for herself alone it's equiva? lent to an injunction against interfer? ence from thc rest of thc family. 0CA|1 Oiven Away W U U U Write UJ oi Mk an Alabastine dealer for pATtlcnlara and f roe sandle card of Tho Sanitary Wall Coating Dostroysditeas^gfrmsand rennin. Estsj rabi or teales. You cao apply it?mix with cold water. Eeautifnl effects ia whit* and delicate tint*. Not a d^eaar.breedluc, out of-date hot-water clue preparation. Kuy Alab&sttne In 6 lb. packages properly la belled, of paint, hardware and drug dealers. "Hint* on Decorating.'' en* oar Artists' ideas free. AUslSIl.U CO., turi Kif l.t. lick., IM?.tefSUU/ Small Potatoes result from a lack of Potash in the soil. Potash pro? duces size and quality. GERMAN KALI WORKS, 93 Nassau St., New York. m?"*.'.?? mmmfm>OmmWSiiai Money in Chickens For 45c. In stamp* we send a 101 Pa.UK BoOK glring the experience ul a practical Cou lu-jr Kaiser?not au amateur, out a niau working tor dollars and cents?during 'O .yearn, it teaches how to Deteot land Cure Diseases; Feed tor ?.$t< also for Fattening; which Fowl,tj bavo for Breeding; everything rs* qulsiie for printable Foultry rali> lng. KOOK M HMJMIKV* CU. lilt I.Sonar J eurool. Xi.v f .rib Saw Ulills The DeLoach Patent Variable Friction Feed Saw Mill with 4 h. p cuts 2,000 feet per day. All sires and prices to suit. DeLoach Shingle Mills, Ertaers, Trimmers. Planers; Corn and Buhr Mills, Water Whc-ls, Lath Mills. Wood Saws. Our handsome new Catalog will interest you. DeLoach Mill Mfg. Co.. Box 834, Atlanta, Ga. r\ cfi\ dqv *BW uuwiiBUftitM Lat fC \eP T~ O I .nick wll.f ana ear*. ,m ?,-, Book of iMtlmoalaJa a.d IO tl ny a' *??tm.a? free. Or- ? S- Halal eons. i?i. Atlanta, ?*, "> PISO'S.CUFCE FOR 1 CURLS WMtKt ALL ELSt FAILS. Best Cough Syrup. Tastes Good. Use In time. Sold bydruajclsts. CONSUMPTI Hie Prayer. Chaplain Hale no longer asks Sena tors to Join with him in repeating the Lord's prayer at the mornirg r'->vo tion8. This arises from the fart that when he did make the request there was no response. This circumstance was the basis of a report, printed in some newspapers, that none of the senators knew the prayer. The report in turn became the source of no little anxiety to Dr. Hale. "Can it he possible that such a de? plorable condition cf affairs exists?' he asked more than one senator, and he was apparently much relieved by the assurance given him that the newspaper report was without found* tion. "I'd Just like to see the test made," said Senator Tillman when he heard the story. "I fear they'd all be like two fellows they tell about down in South Carolina. They were in perl) of losing their lives by drowning when ene of them insisted the other should pray, notwithstanding his corn panlon remonstrated that he did not know how to prey. " 'Just pray anyhow.' said the other whereupon the l^c said: " 'Lord, make us thankful for what we are about to receive.'"?Washing ton Post Reflection on the Milkman. Wayne MacVeagh, the lawyer and diplomat, has on the outskirts of Phil? adelphia an admirable stock farm One day last summer some poor chil? dren were permitted to go over thi? farm and when their inspection wat done to each of them was given a glass of milk. The milk was excel lent. It came, in fact, from a $2,O0C cow. "Well, boys, how do you like lt?" the farmer said when they had all drained their glasses. "Gee! Fine!" said one little fellow. Then after a pause, he added, "I wisht om milkman ken' a cow." Atu?,i .11 gi .Name. The newly-appointed postmaster at Keoken, Hawaii, h Mr. David Kino hokohoa ki moke wenna li. We regret that we cannot give any guide to the pronunciation.?Civil Service Maga? zine. Catarrh CanMot e.r. Cur* I With T.ocnL applications as tli?v cannot reach the sea' of the dltttne. Catarrh h a Mood or constitutional disease, and in order to eire it you must titke internal remedies. Hall's Catarrh Cure ls taken internally, and acts directly on the blood nud mucous surface Hall's Catarrh Cure is not a quack medicine, lt was proscribe I hy one of the host nhysl clans In this country for year*, and is a reg? ular orescrintloi. It is composed of the hest tonics knovn, combined with the best blood nnriflftm, aetiai directly on the mu? cous surfaces. The perfect combination o! the two ingredients is what produces such wonderful results in curing catarrh. Send lor testimonials, free. F. J. Chemkt A Co., Frons., Toledo, 0. Poid by drajrtistn, price, 75\ Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation. "What was it your husband wanted to see me about?" inquired Mrs. New Ii wed's papa. "I think he wanted to borrow a couple of hundred dollars from you" she said. "He's so anxious to get out of debt."- Philadelphia Led? ger. _ Just His Luck. "I had never had any luck on the races," said Mr. J. H. Jonah, "nor in games of chance. In fact, my 'num? ber' is all wrong one way or another, and If anybody proposes a scheme where it's win or lose you can betsky that it is little Jimmy Jonah to lose. Just now I am referring to Tivoli pool. Ever lay it? In that game, you know, the table slants and is stud ded with little prongs projecting about two Inches. There are three holes, through which, if the ball drops, you are enabled to make large scores. The object of the projections is to embarrass the ball and to pre? vent it from going into the holes. But there is no reed to particularize, since what I am talking about is bad luck. The other evening I met up with three South Side friends and we had several games with Tivoli pool, 25 cents each in the pot, high est score to win. Well, sir, you shoot six times each during a game, a id iv sixteen games I held the lowest score. Then I got mad. I offered tc go into a pot at a dollar each, winner to be the person who made the lowest score. They Jumped at it. Need 1 say what happened? Try as I would not to score, I rolled the highest that anybody had made in any game that evening. Luck? I can't figure it out anyway." ei n; lc gi ci M si vi Bf to tl: I" to "I I.i of (li a li cii ttl eli co 11(1 st rc th uv ] bc it br lo \v< th! lia bu ed na tin Mrs. LC. Glover, Vice-Pres-* JJ ide nt Milwaukee, Wis.. Business k Woman's Association, is another io one of the million women who ? have been restored to health by using Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege? table Compound. " Dear Mrs. Pinkham : ? I was mar? ried for "several years and no children blessed my home. The doctor said I had a complication of female troubles and I could not have any children un? less I could he cured. He tried to cure me, but after experimenting for sev? eral months, my husband became dis? gusted, and one night when we noticed the testimonial of a woman who had been cured of similar trouble through the use of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, he went out and bought a bottle for me. I used your medicine for three and one-half months, improving steadily in health, and in twenty-two months a child came. I cannot fully express the Joy and thankfulness that is in my heart. Our home is a different place now, as we have something to live for, and all the credit is due to Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com? pound. Yours very sincerely, Mrs. L.C. Glover, 614 Grove St., Milwaukee, Wis." Vios President, Milwaukee j Business Woman's Association. ? $6000 * forfeit If original of above letter proving genuine- s.", ness cannot be produce''. I cos i OM Ul ul ill Wi Ni DI ry pc th ob '?o bj li\ ra on wi Pf (lil Hil SOI Lo THE WORLD'S WONDERS ON DISPLAY St. Louis Working Night and Day to Be in Readiness For the Opening of the World's Fair on Saturday, Aoril 30th Next. & jp j& j& J& ^OJC 1JK first few thousand car j[ __ W loads of the twenty thou 1> T"" O ?antl cars of exhibits that X * K will arrive at the World's SfOrr Pair In St. Louis within he next few weeks have been re ?eived and unloaded. Large forces of nen are employed night and day in eceiving and placing the vuluuble iroducts from many nations of the vorld as they como in. Any one who las not been over the World's Fair grounds cannot, willi the wildest itretch of his imagination, realize the Magnificence of this latest and great ist of Universal Expositions. With ts thousand buildings spread out over in area of two square miles, enclosed >y six miles of fence, the great A'orld's Fair glistens in the sun, and s the centre of interest to all this part ?f the country. The management has very consld ?rately arranged many of the prin :ipal exhibit palaces in a compact jroup. While there are more thun wenty-flve buidings of considerable ize given up to exhibit purposes, the cry large buildings are some fifteen n number; eight of these, the Palace f Transportation, Machinery, Elec ricity, Varied Industries, Education, lanufactures, Mines and Metallurgy, liberal Arts, are situated in the north palaces. Near by are the (Jovernmont Fisheries building and sea coast de? fense guns. The Palace of Agriculture is the largest of the Exposition building* and stands iu the central western part of the grounds, upon a high ele? vation. This building covers twenty acres of ground, the equivalent of a small farm, and contains many thou? sands of exhibits, not only from the States of the United States bot from countries of the world. The Palace of Horticulture stands directly south of the Palace of Agriculture and is 400 by 800 feet. The Palace of Art, composed of four large pavilions, is one of the most in? teresting parts of the Fair. The several buildings contain a total of 135 gal? leries, filled with the priceless treas? ures of Europe and America, gathered with great care by discriminating committees. As an example of the care with which these selections were made, Italy may be taken as an ex? ample. Some four thousand paintings were offered, yet only four hundred could be selected. One of the four buildings of the Palace of Art is de? voted entirely to statuary. The Palace of Forestry, Fish and (lame is in the western part of the grounds, covering four acres. The physical culture exhibits is situated in the western part of the grounds, and adjacent to it ls the fine large ath? letic field, with .amphitheatre scating twenty-seven thousand people. Upon this field the games will take place dur? ing the summer. In this hurried glance at the Exposi? tion of ltk?4, we must not forget that very interesting quarter, known as the Pike. This is the amusement stree! of the Exposition. The visitor will certainly open his eyes in amazement when he sees the array ol' amusements spread out for his delectation. It is a long story in itself, to tell what has been prepared for his entertainment The Pike is considerably more han a mile long, and upon either side j.rc ar? ranged about fifty elaborate mid ex? tremely novel shows. Some of them cover as many as ten or eleven acres each. The World's Fair will open on Sat? urday. April 30, witli titting ceremon? ies. Upon that occasion au anthem written by Edmund Clarence Stedman will be sung by a chorus of six hun? dred voices. The music?by the em? inent composer, Professor John K. Paine, of Harvard University?as well as the poem, was written especiallj for this occasion upon the invitation of the Exposition. Frank Vander PALACE OF MACHINERY. WORLD'S FAIR, COVERS TEN -?Copyrighted, 1904, by the Louisiana Purchase Exposition. ACRES. istern part of the grounds. The ain entrance to the Exposition will t the visitor into the centre of this ?oup. As each building covers from ght to fifteen acres and contains 'veral miles of aisles, lined on either de by most interesting exhibits, the sitor will see his time slipping away ith a world of things yet remaining be seen. The Government has spent more on is Exposition than it has ever ex ?iided before. First, it gave $5,000,000 the general fund of the Exposition, ion consideration that the city of St. ralf would raise $10,000,000. This course was promptly done. Then, e Government appropriated nearly million and . half more for buildings id exhibits, and a few weeks ago de? led to make a loan of $4,000,000 to e Exposition in order to have the iborate plans carried out to their mpleteness. The Government can t lose much on this investment at . Louis, for the reason that St. Louis turns in internal revenue taxes for e Eastern half of Missouri alone,. er $15,000,000 a year. [ wish I might describe 'the great auty of the Government building, is SOO feet long and stands on a ? oad"terrace upon the hillside, over? ling the grand group of exhibit i RUSSIA'S VICEROY. Inilral Alexeleri a Master Mind, a Matter Will and a Masterful Hand. Admiral E. I. Alexeieff, described Senator Beveridge in his book, 'he Russian Advance." as "a master nd, a master will, altogether a nias rfnj man," is the subject of an in rining article by Charles Johnston, Harper's Weekly. Admiral Alex ?ff has toiled for years at the build ; of a new region of Russian influ ce, a region nearly as large as the mbined area of France and Ger* my, and with a fringe of possible lure acquisitions many times great only to see the whole of his life irk threatened with dissolution. "In s lifework," says Mr. Johnston, "he s accomplished miracles almost, fae ; conditions of great and unexpect difticulty, amid surroundings alter tely picturesque with the glamor of ? East and squalid with intrigue d physical wretchedness. Through these difficulties Admiral Alex ff hal acted with constant resolu n, force, rapidity, aud constructive sver. _ How America Opened Japan. A timely and important article, pub? bed in Harper's Weekly, is a person account of the historic events iead g to the opening of Japan to the Mid'l trade, written by Commodore cholson, U. S. N. (retired), who was vigating officer of Commodore Per 's flagship at the time of the ex dition of 1853. How Perry overcame e prejudices of the Japanese and the stacles that interfered with the ac mplishment of his mission are told Commodore Nicholson in a narra e of uncommon interest. The Kaiser'* New Motor Car. L'he German Emperor's new motor r has been built by an English firm exactly the same lines as King Ed ird's "omnibus car." The body is inted in ivory, blue and gold lined ce the colors of tbe imperial train), d the inside is upholstered in crim i leather, and looks very smart.? ndon Daily Express. n Russia altogether there are about OOO elementary schools, the total it of tttrir maintenance being 50, ?,000 roubles, or about $27,000,000. | new science of forestry has here a most interesting exemplification. In the central western part of the grounds are many of the Foreign Gov? ernment Pavilions. Some fifty for? eign nations are taking active part in the World's Fair, several of them spending more than a half-million dol? lars each. These are England, France, Germany, Brazil, Japan and China. Japan alone has brought seventy eight thousand exhibits. The displays from the Philippine Isl? ands form a very attractive feature of the Exposition. There are some eighty thousand of these exhibits ar? ranged in buildings upon a reserva? tion of forty acres, lying west of the Palace of Agriculture. About thirty acres are given up to an exhibit of the North American In? dians, their industries and borne life. A large space is devoted to the aerial concourse. Here will be held the series of airship trials and contests, upon which the Exposition has planned to expend $200,000. Of this sum, $100, 000 is to be given as a grand prize to the aeronaut who will sail an airship in the quickest time over a fourteen mile course. The quadrennial Olympic games are to be held at the World's Fair this year. A large building devoted to MUSIC AND ANIMALS. The Puma ls the Most Sensitive to the Influence of Melody. Some very curious experiments have recently been carried out in the Ger? man Zoological Garde-is in order to ascertain the actual influence of music Upon animals. The instrument was the violin and Herr Baker was the per? former. Of all the animals the pump, was the most sensitive to the musical influ? ence. His moods changed rapidly, ac? cording to the nature of the melody, the animal frequently becoming very excited and nervous, "just likr a Frenchman," ks the report says. Leopards were entirely unconcerned, but the lions appeared to be afraid, al? though their cubs wanted to dance when the usic became livelier. The hyenas were very much terrified, but the monkeys were merely curious and the monkeys were merly curious. The experiments are to be continued, and frith a variety of Instruments, in order to distinguish between the men? tal states which are actually produced by the music and those which are merely the result of ajn unusual ex? perience?Scientific American. Longest Koad in the World. In 1001 the great Siberian Railway was thrown open to the public. There was then in operation a total of 1444 miles in Manchuria and 3559 miles in Siberia, a continuous Russian line from Moscow to Port Arthur of 5420 miles; and the new trains de luxe, which will begin running this summer, will give virtually a through service from Paris to Port Arthur, a distance of 7209 miles, G000 miles of which is over Russian lines.?From James W. Dav? idson's "The Great Siberian Railway," in the Century. A Gloomy Wedrfinj: Gilt. Two septuagenarians have just cele? brated their golden weddiug, and among their many presents was one from a tombstone manufacturer,whoso gift took the form of a tombstone with the names of the couple engraved upon it. It will be at once erected upon a spot which the recipients of the gift have selected as their last rest? ing place.?Liverpool Tost. The cellar of tho Bank of France re? sembles a large warehouse. Silver coin is stored there in 800 larrc barrel*. stucken, director of the Cincinnati Or? chestra, has written a march, and Henry K. Hadley, of New York, has written a waltz, also upon invitation of tiie Exposition, for its musical pro? grams. The central feature of the Expo? sition, or what is intended to be the most beautiful scene in the whole grand picture, is made up of Cascade Gardens, the Colonade of States and the Hall of Festivals. The gardens with their cascades and statuary, and the elaborate architectural features, are nearly a half a mile from east to west and represent an expenditure of one million dollars. It is the most am? bitious scheme of formalgardeningever undertaken at an Exposition, or else? where. The Festival Hall, 200 feet lu diameter and 200 feet high, con? tains the largest organ in the world, and has a seating capacity for thirty five hundred people. Practically all St. Louis is preparing to accommodate World's Fair visi? tors. The private homes will be op mi for the reception of guests throughout the Exposition. The prices will be from 50c. to $1.50 per day for each person for rooms. Restaurants are so plenti? ful that meals may bo had in almost any locality where the visitors may happen to stop. N-RAY3 AND DIGESTION. This Process Causes Their Kmission, as Hoes Muscular Activity. That the processes of digestion, as well as mental and muscular activity, seem to cause the emission of N-rays, is the conclusion reached by M. Lam? bert, in France, after a series of inter? esting experiments. He believes that these curious rays are produced by ferments, especially by those con? cerned in the digestion of albuminoid matter. In his experiments on diges? tion, says a writer in Harper's Week? ly, M. Lambert placed a small quantity of fibrin in tubes containing in one case activated pancreatic juice, and in another artificial gastric juice made by mixing live per cent, solution of pepsin with a four per cent, solution of hydrochloric acid. From these tubes the N-rays were omitted, and were detected not only by producing increased luminescence of a phos? phorescent screen, but also photo? graphically, thus removing the sub? jective element from the experiment. As a result of these experiments, M. Lambert believes that in the course of digestion the fibrin undergoes strains which act to produce N-rays. Pot to thc Test. A great crowd has assembled to cheer the boy Prince Alexander on his arrival at Belgrade by steamer. "Why do these people make so much noise when they see me?" cried little Alex? ander. "Because they love you, my little son." Immediately ho almost sprang out of the minister's arms, Calling out, "They say you love rae. Show mc your love by throning all your hats into the water." The hats were thrown. -From "Belgrade, the White City of Death." A City That Maka* 8500,000 a Vear. The city of Nottingham, England, had au income last year of $500,000 from its public street car system, its gas works, electric ''gilt plant, water works aud markets. This sum of money was paid into the public treas? ury, instead of going to enrich a few private corporations, lt is an illus? tration of tho way in which public ownership reduces tho taxation. It costs New York rive timer- as much as it does London to maintain parks aug recreatiou grouuds. _- / . "PE-MA TONES UP THE SYSTEM IF TAKEN IN THE SPRING,' SAYS THIS BEAUTIFUL YOUNO GIRL. MISS MARJORY HAMPTON, OF NEW YORK. Miss Marjory Hampton, 201(5 Third Avenue, New York City, writes: "Peruna ts a fine medicine to take any season of thc year. Taken in the spring lt tones up the, system and acts as a tonic, strengthening me more than a vacation. In the fall and winter 1 have found tliat it cures colds and catarrh and also find thal it ls invaluable to keep the bowels regular, acting as a gentle stimulant on the system, in fact, i consider it a whole medicine chest. "?Miss Marjory Hampton. PURE BLOOD. Blood Impurities of Springtime ?Cause, Prevention and Cure. Dr. Hartman's medical lectures are eag? erly scanned by many thousand readers. One of Hie most timely and interesting lectures he ever delivered was his recent lecture on the blood impurities of spring. The doctor said in substance that every spring the hlood is loaded with the effete accumulations of winter, deranging the di? gestion, producing sluggishness of the liver, overtaxing the kidneys, interfering with the action of the bowels and the proper circulation of the blood. This condition of things produces what is popularly known as spring fever, spring malaria, nervous exhaustion, that tired feeling, blood thickening aud many other names. Sometimes the victim is billions, dyspep Deer Make Pretty Picture. A Middlesex, Vt., farmer, while drawing logs two or three days ago. saw a group of eight deer on a mea? dow about a mile and a half south of the village. He describes the animals as sl^ek and in good condition, and says they made a picture well worth looking at. I'lT.^nermaTieiH vriucil. No lits or nervous. pp?s after first day'-! useof Dr. Kline's (treat Nerve Restorer. J2 trial bottleand treatisefree Dr.R.H.KMXE, Ltd., 931 Arch St., Phila.,Pa Occasionally a girl marries because she wants to marry, but the majority marry because thev don't want to remain single. Ask Vonr Dealer For Allen's Foot-Rase A powder. It rests tho feet. Cures Corns, Bunions. Swollen, Sore,Hot, Cal lons,Aching SwcatlrR Feet and Ingrowing Nails. Allen's Foof-Ease makes new or tight shoes easy At all Druggists and Shoe stores, 25 cents. Ac ecot no substitute. Sample malled Free, Address, Allen 8. Olmsted, LeRoy, N. Y. A married man who owns an automobile is in a position to acquire a lot of exper? ience. The Wonderful Cream Separator. Does its work in thirty minutes and leaves less than 1 per cent, butter lat. The price is ridiculously low, according to size. $2.75 to $6.00 each, and when you have one you would not part therewith for fifty times its cost. Jl'ST SEND THIS NOTICE with Sc. stamns for postage to the John A. Saber Seed Co., La Cros?e, Wis., and get their big catalogue, fully describing this remarkable Cream Separator, and hun? dreds of other tools and farm seeds used by the farmer. [A.C.L.] If people were compelled to give voice to their thoughts few men would have the nerve to sing in public. Mrs. Winslow stooljiiigsynipforcbildran teething, soften tho ;,ums, reduces inflamma? tion allays pain,cureswind colic. 25c. abottle After a man gets to be about so old in? surance solicitors cease to trouble him. riso's Cure cannot bo too highly spoken ot as a cough cure.?J. W. O'Brien, 322 Third Avenue, N., Minneapolis, Minu., Jan. 6.1900. A man is never satisfied until he attends his own funeral. Carpets can be colored on the ioor with Putnam Fadeless Otes. People who come to high words are apt to inda.gc in low ones. The total number of available men capable of bearing RIM lc Lh*? United States h 10.Bi-3.39R. tic and constipated; sometimes he is weak, nervous and depressed, uiid again he may have eruptions, ?wellings aud oluei blood humors. Whichever it is, lue cause is the same?effete accumulations in the biood. Nothing is more certain within tne whole range of medical science than that a course of reruns in early springtime will perfectly and effectually prevent or cure this almost universal affection. Everybody feels it in some degree. A great majority are disturbed consider? ably, while a large per cent, of the human family are made very miserable by thia condition every spring. Peruna will prevent it if taken in time. Peruna will cure it if taken as directed. Peruna is the ideal spring medicine of the medical profession. If you do not derive prompt and satisfac? tory results from the use of Peruna. write at once to Dr. Hartman, giving a full state? ment of your case and he will Le pleased to give you his valuable advice gratis Address Dr. Hart- >u, President of The Hartman Sanitarium. Cotumbm, Ohio._ FREE to WOMEN A Large Trial Box and book of in* gtructlons absolutely Free and Post? paid, enough to prove the value of Paxtine Toilet Antiseptic Paxtine ls In powder form tn dissolve In water ? non-poisonous and far superior to liquid antiseptics containing; alcohol which irritates Inflamed surfaces, and have no cleansing prop? erties. Tbe contents of every box makes more Antiseptic Solu? tion?farts longer goes further?has more uses in the family and doeimoregood than any antiseptic preparation you can buy. 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