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A Noted Knight Templar
Ones His Colonel T. V. Moody, a prominent Knight Templar, is well known in every city in the United Ktateg west of Buffalo, N. V., as a Jeweler'i Auctioneer. In the city of Chi cago ah a prominent lodge man, being a member of the K. T.'i And also of the Ma- ona. 1 be cut shows Colonel Moody in the rotjiume or me oriental consistory Alasoua, e-nci uegrea. In s recent letter from f900 Michigan Avenue. Chicago, IiL, Mr. Moody gays the For over twenty five years I suffered from catarrh, and for over ten years I suffered from catarrh of the stomach terribly. " have taken all kinds of medi cines and have been treated by all kinds of doctors, as thousands of my acquaintances are aware in different parts of the United States, where I have traveled, but my relief was only temporary, until a little over a year ago I started to take Peruna, and at the present time I am better than I have been for twenty years. The soreness has left my stom ach entirely and I am free from indigestion and dispepsla and will say to all who arc troubled with catarrh or stomach trouble of any kind, don't put it off and suffer, but begin to take Peruna right away, and keep it up until you are cured, as you surely will be if you persevere. "My wife, as mnny In the southwest can say, was troubled with a bad cough and bronchial trouble, and doctors all over the country gave her up to die, as they could k nothing more for her. She began taking Teruna w ith the re-ult that the is better now than she baa teen in years, and her rough has almost left ber eDtirely. The torenoss has lelt her lungs and she is as well as she ever was in her life, with thanks, as fcbe tays, to l'eruua. Yours very truly. T. 1. Moody. Catarrh in its various forms is rapidly Incoming a general curse. An undoubted remedy has tieon discovered by Dr. Hart man. This remedy has leen thorougly tested during the past forty yenrs. I'ronii nent men have coin to know of its virtues, and are making public utterances on the mbject. To ave the country we must save the people. To mvc the people we must protect them from disease. The disense that is at once the nioxt prevalent and stubborn of cure is catarrh. If oue were to make a list of the different names thut have leeu applied to catarrh in different locations and organs, the result would 15 astonishing. We hnve often pu,b lished a partial lbst of these names, and the surprise caused by the tirtt publication of it to All people, Kith professionals and non professional, was nmusing. And yet we have never enumerated all of the diseases which are clashed as catarrh. It must lie AJLAASO Wis; THE ONLY DURABLE WALL, COATING -7? I fc-Jl TI:i krtmv 'One fcyerot paper i had enonrhi wu hare thrne Len. Lab luay rauovar, but r r. AT ARAQTIVr mMDAWV n-A O., : J- AH OIL LOT FREE-FORTUNES If OIL A With every $25.00 purchase of our stock, at 2c per share, we give ' FRUE a Warranty Deed to one lot of Oil Land, 25x75 foot in &ize, in the heart of the great Texas Oil Field. The greatest oil proposl tion ever offered. AOENTS WANTED. For prospectus write to GOLD STANDARD OIL CO., - Houston, Tox. 1902 makea 71 Years that DOWNS' ELIXIR Has been made and sold. During this time it has cured more colds, coughs, and all kinds of pulmonary ailments than any other medicine now made any where in the great wide round wcr'.d. Sold at all drug stores. Man's Mission on Earth. Medical Book Froo. Know Thyaelr Manual, a b'olt for men onl.Mnt Xre. postpaid, aeaied, to etery male reader men tioning thin p toer; . for pontage. "The Srienre of I. He, or Self pre e-vtliti " ttie (ioid Medal 1'rlzo 1 roiilKB. 1'ie dr.: Medical Ilx.kof thin or any site. ATOpp., with etigrax lug nl presrrlpi lnna. hlrpant Library Kdlilon. fall gilt. OM.Y si : paper roveri, Inferior aitriHsp.J edition. -.'.v. ;KT 'IIIK HKST. Ad dteri the. I'eiiiodv Me.n.al Inatltute. 4 Miilflnrh at. OPP. HeTere llotiee. Itoiton. Mum., the oldest and let In lid country. Write today for thea iM.okx; key to health and happlneaa. onanltatlon. In person or I by letter, 9 t fl; Minday, Vi to 1. I The Peah.d Medti-ai Institute ba$ many lmlU-' tort, cut no rqnms.- iioaioii uerau. When wrltlnir mention thf mi-rr, JUST THINK OF IT Kvery farmer hln own landlord, no inrum tiranrPH, his t:inl aocount IniTfaini? year by 71 Tar, inna vaiuo incrf intr. stock Increu.slnir, splendid climate;, ex cellent Kch'xil and churchrn. low taiatlon, hltfh nrlofs for rut tin wm VJfHj1Jand Krain. low railway w. f M "xtVI .1- I ratfs and ever rxiHv.1. ble comfort. ThUInthe vi'i.n.u nm taruier in western ( unada ltilnoe of Manitoba and districts of Asslnl boia, Saskatchewan and Alberta. Thousands of Americana are now nettled there. KrducM rates on all railway for homeseekrr and set tler. New district are Iwinjr opcnl up thli yoar. The now forty pace AMa of Western Canada ncnt free to all applicants. P. PMley, Supt. of Immigration, Ottawa. TunadA, or J. brieve, SaultSUv Marie, Mich., M. V. Mclnne. No. 2 Arenue Theatre Itlock, IVt.rolt. Mich, t A. Laurier. Marquette. Mich.. II. V. William. 2T7 Hpltwr IMdi?., Toledo, Ohio, or Joseph Yonnir. b State ftu, Kast, Columbus, Ohio, Canadian Government Agent. When answering Ads. kindly mention this paper 1-J tUHt I Beet i'm . In ti LUHtS ttnthi AU Llbfc i AUS. tiKh Hjrnp. J an tea UouO. IN Health to Peruna. Col T. P. Moody, of Chicago, Had Catarrh Twenty-Five Years and Was Cured by Peruna. confessed, however, to see even this partial list drawn up m lattle array is rather ap palling. If the reader desires ta sea this list, together with a short exposition of each one. spud for our free catarrh tok. Ad dress The l'eruna Medicino Co., Columbus, umo. Kalsomincs are temporary, rot, rub off and scale. SMALL POX and other disease germs are nurtured and diseases dissem- inated by wall paper. ALABASTINR should be used in renovating and disinfecting all walls. A Haatodua. John Banford, on his farm between Plainfleld and Mlnooka, Will county, in digging out an old spring, unearthed the bone of a gigantic prehistoric mastodon, Including several large Ivory tusks. The gTound, on further search, was found to be fairly lined with the skeletons of mastodons and other prehistoric animals. Like dis coveries have heretofore been frequent on the Mazon, In the adjoining county of Graundy. Peoria Star. 1,213 BUS. ONIONS PER ACRE. SalzT's New Method of onl .n culture makes it possible to grow 1,200 anl more rus. per wre. l n'Tf is no vt'petaoie ttmt piiys better. The S.iI.'ts Htirm.tliy dis tribute in'atly one f-K'hth of a million lbs. df onion eed, R' l!inir Fame at Ooc and up pt-r lb. For l(!e. and thla Notice John A. Salzer 5ed ('o., I.iiOosse. Wm., trill mall you their mammoth catalog, together with K0 kinds of flower and vtreUblo ee.is. Market gardeners' list, 2c postage. w. N. U. runrtu.Tllty h tlw stcni virtue of nn'ii of business, nntl the Kraceful cour tesy of prInciM. llulwer. How easy It Is for Bonn- people to make a lot of money, and how hard for others to make n little. A IX Cr-TO-IATK HOUSEKr.ir.rKIH. U6 Kum HleachlDff Illue. It mkea clotiea Cieaa and awect a when new. Ail grocera. A late rtirlowlty leaner claims that there are WW open cavern In Kdmondson county, Kentucky. It wns customary a hundred ye urn ago when a sentleman bowed to a lady to frrape his foot upon the ground FOR SALE-wrol.4?fV0TJi?a It la a well kmwn fact that albumen It the main rart of an i erk. an after yenra of r ti.rrlmrntlnii I bate founrt what hena require to t..ae aih.imen which be, can't ,et, wh;n the ar.un.t f r,,, Tlo.eS In unle.a prepare-! fjr the.n. Now. errrr do. lir. r.tarrcan eiaHe tli preparation eaac at hntiie I win aend full direction and how to make and um' it n4 aanipi rackaga f.r 91. Win Ur tha Saar ora. xit-' f .r ft per j,k. I'ltor. J. lYi'iTr i w Iogcraoll, Ontario, laaad. Ul8uri' ! DIUBir STORMS. Tennessee Loses Millions by Great Floods DEATH BY FLOOD AND STORMS. How the Racing: Italna Swept Through Tenneaaee Carryloff Deatractlon or Life and Property A I'ennaylranla Church Uuroofed and Many Injured, Dlanater In I'eima Ivanla. One of the fiertvst wind storms ever known In the section struck Pittsburg Sunday Just before noon and did al most Incalculable damage to property and Injured many people, some of whom may die from the effects of thwr .wounds. Scores of houses were un roofed, many trees were blown down, mill stacks toppled over and telegraph and telephone wires generally disabled. The most serious accident reported was the unrooting of the Kno.wlUe Presbyterian church. In Knoxvillc The church at the time was tilled with an Kivster congregation numbering about IKK) persons. While the minister was In thv midst of his sermon, a particularly strong gnt of wind blew over the large ehininey and lifted a portion of tln ruof off the building. The brkks from the olilnr.iey (lashed through the roof and carried a huse piece of the hanhvotxl celling, measuring about lO.vJO fctt, ilown upon the worshipers In the pews. An indescribable panic envued, and a frantic rush was made for the doors and windows. The ex citement was soon quieted, ami the work of rescue begun. At least forty persons were caught by the wreckage and more or less hurt. Of this num ber live may not recover. The Tenneiitee Flood. Ueports from the flooded districts of Tennessee emphasize the gravity of the H'tuatlon. The damage resulting. It Is Ixdieved. will reach $l.(XM).t)), while twenty-two lives are known to have lMen lost. Several counties, cer tain to have suffered heavily, are still cut o.T from communication, and the loss in property nnd life may go high er than these figures. The section vis ited by the flood embraces one of the richest 'portions of the state, and the damage to farm lands Is a serious item. It Includes counties lying be tween the mountains on the east and the Tennessee river on the west, and between the Cumberland river and the Alabama line. Stone fences that have stood the storms of forty years were washed away In many of the well known riverside farms of Lincoln couuty, nnd crops have been destroyed. Gntlirie'a Unity Ioaa. fiuthrle. Ok., was visited Sunday bv a $.".."" M x 0 fire and as a result the State Capital printing plant, the Hotel Capi tol, the St. .Tames hotel, the Cammack livery barn and the Hichey general merchandise store are in ruins. Kverv- thlng In the (Capital plant was de stroyed. Including two presses, ma chines of every kind, linotvne ma chines, electric ami steam heating sys tems. Ultra ries and a large stock of supplies. Prank II. (Jreer. the owner, states that the total loss Is .2"o.(m). .Not a thing but mailing lists of the na. per was saved. The loss In the other i iKiding will make the entire loss to the town fully $.To.oim. A Illooily llnttle. Sensational reports were received In Williamson. W. Va., Saturdav about another fight with the Hatlields. in which four were killed, among them being Harry Watts, proprietor of the raiace hotel. John Rutherford, a de tective, had a warrant for the arrest of ttphriam Hatfield, who W wanted In South Carolina. He finally located Hatfield in Pike county, Ivy. Watts went with Rutherford, and they found lvpnriam at the home of his father. Thompson Hatfield, on Pdackberry creek'. Kutherford and Watts broke In the dior and secured Kphrlam. The rather opened fire on them. Roth Hatfields and lntth officers were killed In the melee. The wife and little rhil. dren of Kphrlam witnessed the trag edy. Cerl! fthodea Dent!. Cecil J. Rhodes, the great nromoter of South African enterprises, died of heart disease at Cape Town. Rhodes had been a Victim of enlnrce. ment of the heart for inanr month. Some weeks ago the disease heg.in tn make rapid strides. About three weeks ago he was compelled to take to his bed. Severe and freemen t nttncu- gradually weakened his robust con stitution, and it became apparent a few days ago that recoverv was Imim. slide despite repeated rallies and the most skillful medical treatment. Drop sy complicated the case during the last few days, and the great statesman presented a pitiable spectacle becmn. ing very nervous, irritable and restless. orleI Cnnulit. Norlel, the only Insurgent general with the exception of Malvar still in the Philippines, has been captured by Lieut. Prank K. llamford. of the 2;tii Infantry. A major, a captain, a lieu tenant and five men who were acting as a bodyguard to Norlel were cap tured with htm. They have all been held as prisoners of wor. There Is some reason to Itelleve that one mem ber of this bodyguard Is (Jen. Malvar In disguise. Lieut, llamford Is certain that if this general Is not one of the captured jwirty he Is In the Immedlato neighborhood of the scene of Norlel' capture. - The revolver from which was fired the bullet that killed President Mc Klnley. the handkerchief with which the assassin covered the hand which held the revolver as he thrust It toward the president, and the cart ridge In the revolver have all been turned over to the Iluffalo Historical Society and will be placed In the mu seum of the society. The council of Caro will give the Lacy Shoe Va. of Mlddlcport, O.. a bonus of $5.MH) for the erection of n factory there to employ KV) hands 10 months In the year. It Is expected the factory will be ready for operation by June lth. (lirlat maa Story Carl Fischer-Hansen, of ,w York, who was attorney for Vnltcr Christ mas, the representative of the Danish government In the overture for the pi rchase of the Danish Indian Islands In PMH.wa8 Indignant at the conduct of his client, shown in bis se cret report to the Danish ministry late ly published. "Ordinarily, logal etiquette," said he, "would prevent my speaking. Hut this report Is so defamatory nnd outrageous that I feel Justified In washing my hands of tho whole affair." Christmas undertook, according to FIscher-lIansen, to start the sale of the islands for the Horrlng ministry. As far back as INK) the sale had been al most consummated, but at the last mo ment this government had drawn bade. Thus Denmark could not make overtures or do more than suggest that overtures would be acceptable. This Christmas did. He conducted Secretary White, of the American embassy to 'London, to Copenhagen. ' "At that point." said Pischer-IIan-sen, "his services ended. The negotia tions from there were curried forward by the American minister in Denmark and the Danish minister at Washington." Hnnueit o n Teleuraph role. Mrs. Henrietta II. Miller, a gray haired woman, aged 7. going from Los Angeles, Cal., to Denver, to visit relatives, was brutally assaulted in the Santa Pe railroad yards by a negro porter on a Pullman car, running be tween Denver ami La .lunta. She wis knocked down by a blow on the head, J and after a struggle with her assailant was choked into insensibility. Wash ington IT. Wallace, a Pullman cir porter, was arrested in the car of which he had charge. He was Identi fied by Mrs. Miller and locked up In Jail. With a telegraph pole for a bat tering ram. the crowd broke in the doors and Wallace was taken out. The crowd moved down the street drag ging the negro by a rope. A boy was sent up a telegraph pole with a rope. It was thrown over the cross bar and then dropped Into the crowd. A hun dred hands grasped it, and in an in stant the negro was in the air. Hardly had the boy climbed out of danger when hundreds of pistols were drawn and before the negro's body reached the top of the pole it was riddled with bullets. Cnbu'i Own Ciovern ment. Secretary I toot has made public his order to (Jen. Wood directing him to turn over the control and government of Cuba to its people on May - next. The order requires the Cuhan govern ment to assume all treaty obligations and directs (Jen. Wood to continue a small artillery force to avoid leaving the Island entirely defenseless until the Cuban government shall have op portunity to organize Its own force, (leu. Wood Is also directed to convene the Cuban congress before May 20. He also Is directed to consult with President-elect Palma and sul stitute such persons as he shall desire for those now holding official positions in Cuba. On May 20. linrj. Cuba will formally acquire absolute Independence and In stall her first president. A Clilenico ("linrrh t proar. Plve men and three women entered the Seventh Day Adventist church, Chicago, "where an interstate adventist conference was In session, rdiortly af ter noon Saturday and created such a disturbance that they were finally beaten and rushed from the church by almost l."o worshipers. The eight alleged disturbers were ar rested and taken to the police etation. All these persons are members of this same religion, but of another church. The trouble began when one of the party denied a statement being made hy Mrs. Anna White, a "prophet" from Rattle Creek. Mich. When this man was ordered out. It is said. his seven companions spoke up and In n moment the church was in an uproar. Crest Strike Com In nr. The United Mine Workers of Amer ica, whose national offices are in In dIanaK)lls. have for some time been niakinx preparations for trouble In both the Pennsylvania anthracite re gion and the bituminous fields of West Virginia and Virginia, and It Is said that the organization Is in better post- ! tlon than ever bteforo to make a fight for recognition. If there Is a strike In the anthracite region all the members of the organization, which rovers twenty-four Kates, may be called out. as the January convention in Indianap olis empowered the national officers to go to that extreme If necessary to bring about a settlement. SI Men Smothered. As the result of a cave-Jn of a huge bank of earth at the Main street plant of the Cleveland C.aslight & Coke Co. six men are dead. The men were working dose to a bank of clay, when It suddenly gave way without the slightest warning, burying them beneath the mass of earth. Pellow-workmen immediately began the work of rescue, ami In a very short time six of the men had been taken out. Some of them were alive, others were already dead, their lUes having been smothered out. The living were started to the several near by hospitals, but died en route, and their bodies were then taken to under taking establishments. Maggie Cline. the fanioui Irish com edienne, will be one of the big features at Wonderland and Temple theater week of April 7. A bill appropriating $100,000 for the erection of a monument at Iluffalo in memory of President McKlnley has passed the New York senate. Joseph K. Wood. United State at torney for the second division of A! aska, has resigned. Wood Is serving a term in prison for contempt of court In connection with the Judge Noyes case. The department was altout to take action In his case when his resig nation was received. The minority members of the senate committee on the Philippine nre con sidering the advisability of presenting to the full committee a proposition for a visit to the Philippine Islands dur ing the next vacation fer the purpose of Investlsatlng conditions there and of taking the testimony of leading PHIpiuos. MUCH MONEY FOR CANDY. Nineteen Million Dollars Spent In Pari In Two Months. Nineteen million dollars for candy! No, that Isn't what the world spends In a decade, but what the French people pay out for sweets In two months, De cember and January. The average price Is 0 cents a pounds, so you can see your Parisian sister has a sweet tooth of no mean proportions. France makes about 143,299,000 pounds of confections every year and exports only one-tenth of It. England makes more than this and exports nearly half Its product they don't give little girls candy In England the way they do over here. Germany ranks third In the candy-making business among nations, and threatens to pass Its rivals before long. The best French chocolates come from Paris, Bordeaux and Lyons, eo be sure the young man who comes to see the grown-up sister and brings a box of candy ha3 only the best. The fa mous marrons glaces come from Ar deche, Gard, Rhone, Cantal, and Clermont-Ferrand. Don't forget that, and make sure the name Is on the wrapper. French manufacturers of sweetmeats are complaining now about the high tax cn sugar and cocoa. On the latter a duty of $20.07 Is Imposed on each 220 pounds, while the Impost on sugar amounts to 11.CS for the same amount. Even at that French confectionery would be cheap IT tho makers didn't have to pay nearly 10 cents a pound tax of the manufactured goods. lirlght'a Dlaeuae Cured. Sullivan, 111., March 31st, Mrs. Kitty F. Seaney was very ill for months and notwithstanding the beat possible med ical attendance she got no better. The doctors said she had Dright's Disease, and gave her little or no hope of ever being well again. She suffered great pain In her back, which nothing seemed able to relieve, till at last encouraged by the reputa tion Dodd's Kidney Pills have attained In the community as a cure for Kidney Diseases, she began to use them. The result was a surprise both to Mrs. Seaney and the physicians, for soon after the treatment was com menced her kidneys threw off large quantities of dark diseased matterand 6he Improved rapidly. She used In all ten boxes, and has completely recov ered good health without pain or symptoms of the Prlght's Disease. For every dollar a woman spends on her dress she gets about ninety cents worth of show and ten cents worth of comfort. No man can ever get religion enough In his head to make the devil let go of his hands and feet. Mrs. Sophie Blnns, President Young Peoples Christian Temperance Union, Fruitvale, Bal., Cured of Congestion and Inflammation of the Ovaries by Lydia E. Pinkhams Vegetable Compound. "Dear Mrs. Pinkham: Eighteen months ago I was a pretty sick woman. I had felt for some months that I gradually grew weaker, but finally I had such severe pains I could hardly stand it. I had taken cold during menstruation and this developed into conges tion of the ovaries and inflammation, and I could not bear to walk or stand on my feet. The doctor recommended an operation which I would not hear of. One of my friends advised me to try Lytlia E. Pinkliunrs Vegetable Compound, so I gave it a trial. Can you imagine my feeling when within two months I felt considerably better, my general health was improved, and my pains had entirely disappeared. I kept taking it six weeks more and am now enjoying the best of health, thanks to you. Yours truly, Mrs. Sofhie Binns." $r000 FORFEIT IF TIIK AllOVH LI2TTI2U IS NOT OKNUIXK. When women arc troubled with irregular, suppressed or painful menstruation, weakness, leucorrhrra. displacement or ulceration of tho womb, that lwaring-down feeling, in namm.it ion of the ovaries, backache, bloating (or flatulence), general debility, indigestion, and nervous pros tration, or arc lesct with such symptoms as dizziness, faintness, lassitude, excitability, irritability, nervousness, sleeplessness, melancholy, "nll-ge-.io" and "want-to-be-lcft-alono " feelings, blues, and hopelessness, they should rememler there is one tried and true remedy. Lydia F. IMnkhamVs Vegetable Compound at ones removes such troubles. Itefuso to buy any other medicine, for you need the best. llawara of Olutiueula fov Catarrh That Contain Mercury, As mercury will teirel destroy the sense or smell and rumple tely d-ranre the whole system when entering It through t murou surfaces. Such articles fchould never l used except on pretiorlpilori! from reputable. ptiVHwUn. HHttie daniHK th y will do U tenfold to the food you can possibly derive fromthein. Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo. O., contains no mercury, and U taken internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. In buying lUll sCalarrh Cure besureyouptthetrenulne. It It taken Internal! v. and made In Toledo, Ohio, by F. J. Cheney &Co. Testimonials free. Sold by IJrutrjfUtH. price XT' per bottle. Hall s Family Fills re the best. In 761 fhe cold at Constantinople was so aevere that the Hlack Sea was frozen for fifty miles from shore. KARLIKST KUSHIAN MILLET. Will you be short of hay f If so, plant a plenty of this prodigally prolific millet. 5 to 8 Tons of Itlch Hay Ier Acre, rrire fiOlbs. f 1.90; 100 lbs. t:i. Low freights. John A. fcSolrer Soed Co., La Crofcse,Wis. W A man In Ualley's Island, Me., has In vented a harness to keep a hen from tcratchlnf up the garden. Sweat or fruit acids will not discolor poods dyed with PUTNAM FADELESS DYES. Sold by druggists, lOe. package. In four years no less than 2fi.ftno men nnd women have taken their lives la France. permanently enrwt. Vo fltaor nermnnnene after I I w nrt ditv'a uwe of lr. Kline' Orrat Ni-rvr IUMoi er. Kvnilfor r'ltKK 4'4.0 trial bottle arxl treittt-e. Dm. 1C 11. tlOkS, UU.,VJ1 Arch btrvet, 1'UlluUulphla, l a A Louisville dalr In antiquities adver tises for sale a revolver used by Julius Caosar. Stops the CougTi nnd Works Oft tho Cold Laxative Bronio Quinine Tablets. PrieoSSc The administration of the oath to wit nesses is a practice of very high an tiquity. Mrs. W Inflow's Koot hlnjr Syrnp For eM'dren teothlntf, aortn the Kuma rc4tii-e In nuiiiinauun, Uiuj in, cure (u I .!;. botliu. We do not pain plory In heaven by mak ing religion ridiculous on urth. Rheumatism and Johnson's C0S8 cannot agree. The former kills the la;ter every time. Try It. All druggists. Depfrnrs are promptly arrested In Vien na, Austiia, If caught begging on the street. DO TOCIt CLOTHES LOO It YELLOW T If so, use Kuss IJleachlnjr Ulue. It will make them white as snow. All grocers. 10c The men who are always fortunate can not easily have a great reverence for vir tue. I am sure Plso'sCure for Consumpt on saved my life taree years ao. Mrs. Thus. Kohiuns, Maple Street, Norwich, N. Y.. Feb. 17, litoo. Hamlin's Wizard Oil Is a friend of the attllcted and an enemy to pain which It overcomes. Sometimes a man finds that the pull he expected to get catches him In the neck. TFACHEHS WANTED for KOhoolo; rnv t.oltnn rnn tns IXJ.ND'h AOfc.M'Y, ; An'udv, CU vtUnd, J. The red Indian scalped only his enemies, but the white Indian bleeds his friends. Healthy Mind in a Healthy Body Stomach and brain nffect earn other. A sick stomach sours the disposition and pre vents sleep and brain rest, and a &ick brain sours the stomach nnd clogs the bowels Men of sedentary habits, brain workers who don't get much exercise, have sick stom achs and bowels, and wear out their brains and nerves. "1 work In tha offlr "t don't gt at much ircl a I ihoiild. and when I fH tad 1 jnat takt a Taicartt whlrh alwaya makaa mi feci alright." J. E. Rohan, Q. C. Route, Crecnt. Ky. "I had a torpid ltrer for tnnntha. I honght a box or Catrareta la Washington and hava not onlr be.n put In prrfv-t health, but ha gaiuaU ovaildrraMa In weight." Harry llodgaoa. Rockvllle, Md. "Caarareta were the onlr medlelno I bad with lam when 1 heat tha world's reenrti aa "('htm plan Torn Huakrr it Anarlca," balking i;t buahala U 1 hour." t. K. Klmberlln. La Harpa. 111. A ...t. 1 Vila imwmlm 1 iuu mm nc's iiu uunin ktkuiui wiwi tascamj canuy cathartic that is without strain or violence, can keep strong and healthy without much MrrU A famous tirofessor in JefTVrinn t,i;i rn advise his students: Trust in (rod and keep your bowels open! That'a God's own wisdom, for when the bowels are regular and the digestion strong and healthy, then the system Is safe and tho brain and nervea will have inexhaustible elasticity and life. iVrW ViVtvVtJ ld .bu,k- Th C'rtuin tablet ittmptd C t C. Guar 'ree. Addreia Sterling Remedy c., Chicago ar N. Y. W C33.CO TO PACIFIO COAST Chicago & North-Western It'y; dar ing the months of March and April 130.00 from Chicago to Helena, Butte. Anaconda, Ogden and. Salt Lake City; $30.50 Spokane; $33.00 Los Angeles. San Francisco, Portland, Seattle, Ta coma, Vancouver, Victoria and a large number of other points. Tourist Sleeping Cars dally to the Paclflo coast. For maps and particulars applj to nearest ticket agent or address W. II. Knlskern, 22 Fifth avenue. Chicago, 111. If some people are really on their way to heaven they are traveling In the sleeping car. S33.00 To California, Oregon ami Wathlngtom Chicago 6c North-Western Ity. from Chicago dally, March and April, only $6.00 for berth in tourist car. Person ally conducted excursions Tuesday! and Thursdays from Chicago and Wed nesdays from New England. Illustrat ed pamphlet sent on receipt of two cent stamp by S. A. Hutchison, Man ager, 212 Clark street, Chicago. A woman's actions have to speak louder than words in order to make themselves heard. If a woman could drive a nail straight she probably couldn't drive a man so crooked. Peculiar to Itself. This applies to St. Jacobs Oil used for fifty years. It contains ingredients that are unknown to any one but the manu facturers and their trusted employees. Its pain killing properties are marvellous, as testified to by the thousands of once crippled human beings now made well and free from pain by its use. St J cobs Oil has a record of cures greater than all other medicines. Its sales are larger than those of any other proprietary medicine and ten times greater than all other embrocations, oils and lini ments combined, simply because it has been proved to be the best. Wea.lt and Sickly Children Who, perhaps, have inherited a weak digestion, continually subject to stomach troubles, loss of fltsh and general weakness, can be made healthy and strong by the use of Vogeler's Curative Compound. Every doctor who is at all up to date will say that Vogeler's Curative Compound will make the blood pure and rich, bring colour to the cheeks, and put on flesh where health de mands it. Children who have been weak and sickly since birth should be treated uth small doses of Vogeler's Curative Compound, from two to five drops, tvice daily, most satisfactory results will follow. It is the be&t of all medicines, because it is made from the formula of a great living physician. Sample bottle frre on application to the proprietors, St. Jacobs Oil, Ltd., lUltimore, MJ. Homeseekers' Excursions California AND Great Southwest $33 from Chicago $30 from St. Louis $25 from Kansas City One Way, second claa, rally, during March and April, to San Francisco, Ixs Angeles au4 other California points, also to I'rescott, Pbu nix and other Arizona poluts. One Fare plus $2 Round Trip Mirch 4 and IS. April 1 and 15. Mar and 2(1. From Cnicutro, Si. Iouis and Kansas City to Kansas, Oklahoma, Texas, Colorado, New Mex ico, Arizona und California. Corresponding rates from East generally. Aak your home nzmt. Through xleeper and chair cars to California over the Santa K, tba comfortable and quick way to go. Write for free Illustrated land pamphlets. These Spring excursions will enable you t personally Inspect the many advantages offered homeseekers and Investors In the great South west and California. I'articulur attention la Invited to irrigated lands In Arkansas Valley of Colorado, Tecos and Hlo Clrunde valleys of New Mexico. Salt Hiver Valley of Arizona, and San Joaquin Valley of California. General Passenger Office Tbe Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe R'y Systco CHICAQ0 W. N.U.-DETROIT NO. 14.-1902 Vhco Answering Advertisements Kindly Mention This Taper. r. r. whIU I wa la MllUrtbnrg. Pa.. Mr. Krk. tha landlont, mirt.d with Mtt. plnt in th tnmarh. I Inddrd apo hi taking t'a.rarrt hvfora going to bd ao4 ! morning h r..t In. of a tap worm. Ill bought a bn (.r ( tirtr(i and a tap warn ii fret long ram from hire had and all." C'haa. K. londuo. Miffliabnrg, Pa, "SfV! nrtA m f artpala and htadaeha and lir weight whlrh befcra M 1 la mur lit Iba'-B. Kavarro, Biloii, Mlaa. 'I find OnrarU tnnlal aftr a ipoll of wV,., vibrios in. aram a wan aa tba how.l. and alo working iff olda la c.i hapa.-K. C. Btokta, I'biradalphlarpa; - f . . n .