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) v i J Mrs. HucHison, letter follows, is another woman in high position who owes her health to the use of Lydia E Pinkham's Vegetable Compound , "Dear Mrs. Pinkitam: I suffered for several years with general - xyoakness and bearing -down pains, caused by womb trouble. 31 y appe tite "wps fitful, and I would lio nv. ake for hours. andcould not sleep, until I seemed more weary in the morning than when X retired. After reading one of your advertisements I decided to try the merits of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, and I am so glad I did. No one can describe the good it did me. I took three bottles faithfully, and besides building up my general health, it drove all disease and poifon out of my body, and made me feel as sprv and active as a young girl. Mrs. Pinkham's medicines are certainly all they are claimed to be. Mrs. 3L E. Huohson, 347 East Ohio St., Chicago, IlL Sirs. Plnkham Tells How Ordinary Tasks Produce Displacements. Apparently trifling incidents In women's daily life frequently produe displacements of the womb. A 6lip on the stairs, lif ting during- menbtruatioD, standing at a counter, running a sewing machine, or attending to the moti ordinary tasks miy result in displacement, and a train of serious evils Is started. The first Indication of such trouble should b the signal for quick action. Iont let the condition bocomo chronic through neglect or a mistaken idea that you can overcome it by exercise or leaving it alone. More than a million women have regained health by the use of Lydia E Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. If tho slightest trouble nipcars which you do not understand write to Mrs. IMnkliam, at Lvnn, Mass., tor her advice, ami a few timely words from her will show you the right thing to do. This advice costs you nothing, but it may mean life or happiness or both. pfe f IW j Vl Compound neaiin to women who inus stirrer, it is a sovereign cure ior llto worst forms of female complaints, that bearing-down feeling, weak back, falling and displacement of the womb, inflammation of the ovaries, and all troubles of the uterus or womb. It dissolves and expels tumors from the uterus in tho early stsge of development, and checks any tendency to cancer one humors. It subdues excitability, nervous prostration, and tones up the entire female system. Its record of cures is the greatest in the world, and liould be relied upon with confidence. $5000 sssbkjls: ft dm Cotdi, Courts. Sore Throat, Cronp, Inflo. rra. Whooping Cough, Bronchitis and Asthma, crtain enre fur Consumption In fl rut alafrre, md a aurs relief in advanced tuce. Is at mire. Jo. w!l see tlie etcell. nt eflert after taking the first dope. Fold by deaers everywhere. Large botUoe U cecu sad So rmm 6'SEEDiPOTATOESl unnnnn riiqufi q jtFOriASALE.CH E AP,J .Zargetl titi (4fej gftri m thi kurU J fecaot stock. Tremendous yields, f W zona 400 to 10OO rauaoele pr acre, FOR lO CENTS aa4 this notlos we sod you lot of farm seed MmrlN and tX eaUlojrue, telling All ).l YWtfrtnt 0nlt .rarllaatfana, rifi tMndforametody. A OUPaDDBTAGuT CcJicato pooplo can resist Czo changos of cllmatlo conditions moro easily If otomnch and bowols are f-j fjood order 1 Dr. Caldaell's (LAXATIVE) SyiTMp Pepsin Csrroots Stomach Trouble end Cures Constipation PEPSIN SYRUP CO., MoAtlcillo, III. pi ' 7 mmi&ijj tass of Chicago, whose j Mrs. Lclah Stowell, 177 Wellington St., Kingston, Ont., writes: "Dear JIrs. Pinkitam: You mo indeed a godsend to women, and if they all knew -what you could do for them, there would bo no need of their drapsinp; out miserable lives in apony. I sutfered lor years with Uuvivr loun vaiin, womb trouble, ncrvusne':; and excruciating head ache, but a few bottles of Lydfa I'. Pinkham's A cgctable Compound u-r.ue life look: new and promising to me. I am litjhtand happy, and I do not know what sickness i- i t z i .. .i. r i 1 1 1. Lydla I. Pinkham's Vcsretablo can always be relied upon to restore cannot forthwith Rrodoee the rtrlnal Utters and signatures of wMeh Till prore their absolute pfnntnriM. Lydla, K. Plnkham MeUlcln Co., Lynn, Mtih SUCH A LITTLE CRIME. Wife's Forgiveness Granted Without Undue Pressure. "Clara," said William Wharton, as he placed' his arms around his wife and looked down into her eyes, "I have, a confession to make to you, and I. want you to promlse.before I begin it,j that you will forgive me." A wild fear, took possession of her. She Placed a' little white hand upon her heart, and would have fallen if her husband had' not held her up. Her face became livid, and she could only gasp, "Tell ine tell mo what it is!" "I cheated a man out of 50 to-day," ho said. MCan you, darling can you' forgive me?" The color came back into her cheeks. Her lips parted In a glad.f sweet Bmile. She rested her head against his breast, and, looking fondly up Into his eyes, said, "Oh, Will, dear, how you frightened mo! I thought you' were going to tell mo that you hadi kled sorue horrid woman." London Tit-Bits. 8wallows Piece of Class. Greenwich, Conn., special: Andiew Rapp is suffering from the effects ot a large piece of a glass tumbler which Is lodged In his stomach. He wal lowed It while drinking from a brok en tumbler. The Wederfl Crentn Separator, Does Its work In thirty minutes and leaves less than 1 per rrnt butter fat. The price Is rl-llf ulously low, accord ing to sire, $2.75 In $6.00 each, and when you have one you would not part therewith for fifty times Its cost. jrST BEND TDIS KOTICS with 5c stamp for postage to the John A. Fulzpr yM Co.. La CioMe, Wis., and got their big catalop, fully (Inscribing this remarkable Cre.-wn Separator, and hundred of other tools and farm seeds ued by the farmer. (W. N. U.) Tlio Clcrol.md City It.iihvn.v hnsse cured n temporary Injunction restrain Ins the enforcement of the ordinance for three-cent fares. nr.n cross ihli. iilck Should l in every home. Ak your grocer for it. Large 2 oz. ptu-kfie only 5 ceut. n.iwxnn City had a $lo.".oro blar.e, and with tho mercury JT degrees be low rero. Hartford. Ct., suffered by a $2U0.000 fire Saturday. THE NEWS OF Died la the Dewert Tho lodieH of lH?twvn l! and IWl men w1k perished from thlrnt while ittemptlng to crows the desert Iwtwoen Momuh and Las Vegas, Nevada, have been found within a few week, ac cording to advices received from tho latter place. The men. it Is Wlieved, were mostly trampa wiio attempted to make the long journey on foot without tufik-ifiit KitpplUM of food and water to carry them acrosx. Many of the bodies found were without clothing, tind it was believed the victim had loin iiisrme from thirst and had wan tl. red a! out in a nude condition in tcai'ch of water. Some of tl'.e victim ire Kiippuscd to have drunk wate; from "lead Mau'n Well." which is I H-ated almost In the center of tho lA'sert. The water from thN well, while tenipyrai lly alleviating: thirst, is l;;ie tit m tit to those wiio drink it. iTtiMN the IthmiiM. Anifi'icau warships have been Kljrnal 1 vx to each other, a distance of t;fty ulles, by jiearchHirht rays, over and lcros tlie mountains of the Isthmus nf ranauai. The cruiser Ilxl lying at anchor in Llmon Hay, off Colon, on tlse Atlantic side, ban been able to Spell out the letters of a message by throwing the searchlight on the elomU so that the otMcers of the monitor Wy oming, lying at anchor off Panama, on the PacKic side of the isthmus, could read and understand, ami the answer has been sent back via the sky In the same manner. Communication has been maintained in the same way between Colon and whatever warship lm been on guard at Porto Hello, sixteen miles further down the coast. The natives In the Interior have been much amazed and not a little fright ened by the brilliant li"ht rays darMng back and forth from horizon to zenith and back to earth again. I enrnrt! o Keep Cool. Notwithstanding recent experience with smoke and flame, tenants of the Chicago Masonic Temple failed to stare Friday when a fire broke out in the Cosmopolitan building, adjoin ing. The occupants of the Cosmopoli tan made n hasty txit. Oij the upper stori'-s of the Cosmopolitan, a number of women been no hysterical, and. blinded by the smoke, made efforts to spring from the windows. Cooler heads, however, prevented this, and the women were carried down the tire escape. .Miss Norma Ycrva was so severely burred that It Is believed sh cannot live. Chenih-ajs she was mix ing on the sixth floor exploded and caused the lir; In n d.'iug condition fhe wa carried down a. lire eseapo J'.v C. W. Randolph. Several other pi rons were burned, but not scrloua-1J- Tl.r filrl I'tiiitfln't ;. Dressed in her brother's clothes, and Avlth her long brown tin ir cut short and crammed into a man's wig. May P.ondell. '22 years old, of Terre Haute. Ind.. applied to the recruiting ser geant at port Sheridan. Chicago, to be mustered into Co. j. which Is or dered to Join tue Twentieth regiment in the Philippines as soon as it is nt lull strength. The girl broke down win n Informed that she must undergo the regular physical examination, and confessed her sex. Heart-broken at the thought of separation from her sweetheart. Carl Pliaum. who is a pri vate In the company, she ald that she tried to enlist as a man In order to accompany him and share his dangers. The Canal Trrntjr. At a caucus of Democratic senators on Saturday all the speeches were fav orable to the conciliation of Colombia, and the feeling wjim expressed by a number of the speakers that an assur ance of such a course on the part of the United States would secure the votes of a larse majority of the Demo cratic senators for the treaty. There was also a feelln.tr that there should be a cessation of speeches on the Tan ami question until replies are received to the resolutions of Inquiry which already have been adopted Mj-pr Ont. The Minnesota supreme court has quashed the Indictment acalnst For mer Mayer Ames, of Minneapolis, and tlie entire court held that the indict ment was faulty. Judges Start. Col lins and Lewis concurred in the ma jority opinion that the offense was not proven, while .Tiuk-es Lovely and Hrown disagreed with that part of the opinion ot the majority. Dr. Ames was charged and convicted In the dis trict court of Hennepin county of re ceiving money Illegally h mayor of Minneapolis, from women. Ko lohlr Milrner, By n vote of HS7 to 0 the Saturday decided that Its houe on menilxT would not accept double mlleaze for the extraordinary and the present reg ular sessions of the nfty-elhth con gress. Tills means that tlu? government will be saved $14! MM) 11 ml jHisslbly $100 000. which would be the amount if the senators had been Included In the arramrenient, as would undoubted ly have been the case had the provis ion passed both branches. The hon passed the army appro prlitlon bill, carrying approximately $7.".oo0.fV0. nfter adopting a number of amendments. The United Mineworkers have voted $.'.0O0 for tlie Immediate relief of the families o' the ISO miners killed In the Ilarwlck mine explosion at Ches wbk. Pa. Two years Imprisonment and perpef. nal exile to Siberia U the sentence Im posed en a Moscow student, named Andreleff, for nssaultlmr n llussl-.n general In the streets of Kazan. A medical Inquiry Is being made In to a strange cae o1 n number of flrH belonging to a cooking school at Darn stadt. who were poisoned recently by eating salad made from canned beann. Tour of the girls nre dfld and ninp are djlnjr. THE WORLD C tlened. Three mile of coal barge. fi7 In; number, belonging to the Monongahchi; Ulver Coal Co ami loaded with coal. are grounded and going to pieces on' the Ohio, near Jeffersonvllle. Ind Two! hundred men are at work trying t j save them It is estimated the loss' will be $:.(0.0 ). Mrs. Klley Hall of New Brighton. Pa., has prcittd her husband with, the second pair of twin within r: ye. r. They hive b ei mnrrb-d but two years. A In the first Instance one Is a bv i"d fh other n girl. I. A. Pohlr'ar.e. treasurer of the feth rated eoune: of Santa f''ar cmim tv. Cal.. was he'd nn a"-' robbed of .S'J.'Ji) and a iro'd watch ami then shot.; probablv fafal'v. IIanel!i" Is the s'e 't '". "hen l'r ''; havo-on, sch-M o a proruUie'it fam'lv rt Par's. Mn, wli-t shot and ki'lel AMa If.''rt! -in ."t lio"inse sh 1 r-' e an e',-n'f"".. wMh lil'H. The se"-t eommlMee om miHtarv fairs f'th'Ti.'sl a favorable report on th.e bill to tirevent t'e desecra,i,'i t'f the Aiutrh-'M t'g after amendln-T it so as t' ro'ue" Ce jnjn.mnm punish ment fr i'M t."i) to Pep. McCIearv of Min't'soa h's m triMluced a bid npt-ropriatln" .1(H,()!) for a statue of Abraham Lincoln in tlie city of Washln-'ton. Rep. OMen, of W'-ci)Psin. l'droduced n resolution extendin t the thanks of congress to the people of Wisconsin for the statue of Mar-piette. which oc cupies a phu'o in statiary hall In the capltol at Washington. A proposed new article to the con stitution has been introduced by Rep. McDermott. of New .b'rsey. prohibit ing the Incorpor ition by states of cor porations, to engage in business out side of the state. Charge have been fihsl at the In terior department against Rlrd S. Mc (ulre. the delegate in the house from Oklahoma, charging that in violation of the law lie lias be n prosecuting claims in behalf of Indians and ac cepting fees therefor while serving as a delegate in congress. All l?njxlait(i Wan Amnrfd. At o o'clock Tuesday afternoon Whittakor Wright was sentenced t seven years' penal servitude. At 4 o'clock he lay dead on the floor of a small room in the law courts of Lon don. The career of this man. who was known on three eon' Incuts for his stupendous financial opt rat ions, closed In :l startling tragedy. Kven In his life, which, with his rle from pov-. erty to enormous wealth, was full of iT.unatle Incidents, there was nothing that could compare with the manner of his death. All London is thrilled with tlie news of It. My H'h human tragedy his been enacted in Lngland' for many a year. Mrs Wright, tho dead man's Avife. I-'. an Ane'ibyn. She now lies 111 !t tb magnificent country home winch Wright had in Surrey. Mn.vor !lHrrlon Konratd Judge Tuthill on Wednesday ordered: that Mayor Carter II. Harrison, o"; Chicago, be Immedia'clv discharge ' from custody in connection with any responsibility for the wholesale loss of life in the Iroquois theater tire. In delivering his opinion Judge Tuthill said ' have gone over the testi mony of Fire Marshal Musham and Untitling Commissioner Wi'ltams and the mayor particularly, and I can say without qualification or h'sit ition that 1 find not one word in the evl lenee s fnr as I have examined It whl.'h tend even remotely, in mv Judgment, to' show that the mayor had any knowl edge of this matter, or that he was In" miv respect peril-rent of any duty Im posed upon him by th laws or by the I n,e thnt cemmonlv npplv to person who nre responsible for the safety of others." rntr of Ihf Kiloln. Mine Inspector Cunnlmrham Is sat isfied he has discovered the cause of the explosion at the Ilarwlck. Pa.. mine and the room In which It oc curred. Tlie inspectors find that th I gas was lighted by a defective shot., one that was not properly tamped and which threw a bit of burning paper from the hole drilled In the coal. Near this point Avas found the lamp of Fir Boss J A. Cordon Avho was also the head shooter In the mine. The mine had given up 114 dead at neon Friday. Preparations nre already making for an early resumption of work at th' mine. The company expects to start again In two weeks, or us soon as tlie bodies have all been remove!, tho mine Inspect"' "d ren-t'r made. I'nmifr ll""tli:,U. ' Itnlldlng Commissioner Williams, of Chicago, has notified those in charge of eight prominent hosp'tnls that they nwst receive no new patients in their. Institutions until certain speclned changes are made. The hospital In volved are: The Knglewood. the Post-, Craduate. the West Side, the Chicago. Woman's, the Homeopathic, the F.mer gency, the Haptlst and the Herln Medical College. The proliildtlon of rosil export.! by tho .In panose covernment thrtatfns to' rre.ite n find fnm'no In Matill.t. Tlie bodies of l."2 vlrtlms h.tvo born, hronrht out ot tiio fbirwit-k niiu wlwre t ho roootit dimstroii rxtilosioi tMt urrod. Of tlioso HI hiivo bfon iden-' tifiod. Ono hundred shop, oontro'lotl by th" ('urri.iiro & Wnjron .MatiufiK'tnrt'is n-; odiitin of Cliir.'ico nrr oIomimI nnd J.-! it( men bt-'oiisinr to the ('nrii;ii: MMd' Wiiiion Workors union Jookrd out. T!i nn-n tioniMUtiod a roiliKtlun of two hourn In tho working hoiir In ;i wot .ind incro.-iso in p:ir running from 1 to 2" por rout. Tho employers rofusisl nnd d( tdod to innkc n st.uul for tlie "o)0'i h(p." A horse famine is throatonod In Now York nn n result of tlio scores of mil mn!s Injured nnd killed owing to ilp-' p ry streets. Com I nnd other deliveries nro prently delayed nntl tlie fire depart ment ! Iad!r nlppled. Colds Invariably PE-RU-NA Both Miss Itoso Cordon, 2,iaj Oakland Ave., Oakland Heights, Madison, Wis., writes: MA few 7tn ago I caught m irvrre told, which rult-4l In chronic broachltl feud catarrh. Oar family physician pro scribed medicine which f:tv temporary relief only. I began taklnif I'rruna ttnd l uprovrd at on-. Two bottle cured mo. 1 r'-oimnnd Perant t all kulTcrt r, and am most grateful to yon for your valuble tuediclue." Mln I.oha (iorlon. vTanhlncton, I). C, CO'. II atrect, N. XV. IMt Dr. Jlartman; "I aed to think that the doctors knew ail about our uclke and pains and wr the proper oncn to ronftult wlieu sick, Itut since I have leen tick myself I certainly hud Rood rraon It change iny mind. Lurlii(; tlie winter I ranght a heavy cold, which developed Into catarrh of the bronchial tubes and an I n named .-ondltion of tlie respiratory organs. 'I ho doctors Mere afraid that pneumonia would set In and prescribed pills, owders and parks nntil I sickened if the Mluilo thing, as I did not improve. One of the ladles In tiie Home bad a bottle of 1'eruna and she advised me to try that. Miortly after I began nvlng it I felt that I had foaud tho right medicine, ASK YOUR DRUGGIST FOR Uay of Scientific Feeding. The starch for the fountain of youth has not been abandoned, as the num erous dietary experiments abundantly Attest. Science is the modern Ponca De Leon. The era of strictly scientific living for the most of us has not dawned, and is afar off, but may we not hope that the time Is coming whei the most casual caller at tho luncli counter will order as many grams cf protein, fat, carbohydrates and Us lest as his physical or Intellectual neo essltles seem to require? The man who is about to produce an epic will see to it that his bill of faro contain the requisite amount of nitrogen anj phosphorus and that he secures a sufil cient number of calorics of hat value dally. Salter's Earliest Can. Another new thing. Can be cut six times during a season and sprouts again with lightning rapidity. Next to Balzer's Teoslnte it will make more grten fodder than anything else; cheap as dirt and grows everywhere. Of Salter's Renovator Grass Mixture, just the thing for dying out pastures and meadows, Mr. E. llappold, Eart Park, da., writes, "I sowed Salter's Grass Mixture on soil 'so poor two men could not raise a fuss on It,' and In forty-one days after sowing I had the grandest stand of graFS In the county. 6alser's Grass Mixtures sprout quick ly and produce enormously." 100,003 barrels choice Seed Potatoes. SALZER'S SEW RATIOS AT OATS. Here Is a winner, a prodigy, a mar vel, enormously prolific, strong, healthy.vVtgorous, producing In thirty states frox 150 to 300 bu. per acre. Tou had best sow a lot of It. Mr. Farmer, In 1904, and In the fall sell It to your neighbors at tl a bu. for seed. JCST 8SSD lOo IK STAMPS to the John A. Salter Seed Co., La Crosse, Wis., and receive In return their big catalog and lots of farm seed samples free. (W. N. U.) There fhould be f the closet that no key to the door contains the family ikeleton. Tn- female bookkeeper the title of countess. Is entitled to -kJ,, m; u2fe liiw : vxNf . iisisiiiiii fti llV)ITIOILfll 5 ARE ESPECIALLY LIABLE TO Result in Catarrh Which Distressing Diseases. Protects and Cures I used tiro bottles and they restored me easily and pleasantly to fwrfect heaitlu While my stomach was very delicate, I'eraua did not nauseate me In the least, but gave me a good appetite, and I wish to express my gratitude to you for retoret health." -Ml KoMitlle Aon Strucnnlng. CATCHING COLD Is the Becinnincr of Most Winter Ailments Pe-ru-na Protects Against and Cures Colds. There is uo fact of niedieu.1 science b'ttcr establisluil than that a teasioonful of l'e runa before each meal during the winter season will abselutely protect a person from catching cold. Now, if this is true (and there is no doubt of it), thousands of lives would lo saved, and tens of thou sands of cases ef chronic, catarrh pre vented, by tills tdmplo piveuutiou withiu reach of every one. After rolit b'l." teer: enpt rnt.Ol ; tc-- sptiouful of l'emna every hour will shortly cure it, leaviujr no trace of it behind. After chronic catarrh has become estal tablUhed, or the first stages of chror-.io broucliitis or consumntioa have Ixien A FREE P&RU'NA ALMANAC. Buys Share In Mine Lease. Marquette, Mien., dispatch: A half interest in the lease of the Negaunee mine has been sold by the Cleveland Cliffs company to the Lackawanna Steel company for $750,000. Recognizes Santo Domingo. Santo Domingo cablegram: United States Minister Powell has recognized the provisional government of Gen eral Morales as the de facto govern ment of Santo Domingo. 8top tho Cough and Works OfT tho Cold Laxative Iironiotjuiniue Tablets. Price 23c The married man doesn't feel like bird when his wife makes him quail. Mrs. Wlntlow's tHoothln Synp. Tor chtlilreo feetbliiK. oftrni the K"n. rftUure tx limmulw, pttla.rurc wlmtcollu. SteftbotU. Didst thou never hour that tl.lnn ill gt bad ever bnd succs7 Shakspeare. F-ITC Permanently mrd. fltoor nrrrmjuriftui rtsr I I I O Ort dT'i UM or Dr. Wllnr' Ortt Nrr Kmtoi K. Snd for FltKK St.OO trial tx.Ulo ani trtl-. k H. H. Ku I, Ltd., Arch Strret, I'bilaUolpiaia, 1 The rrll-lop desk roveis a nultitiitli of untldln-ss. TUTNAM FADELESS DYES color 811k, Wool and Cotton at one boiling Justice without wlsdoM ts Impossible. Fronde. fnnn hliv 'o nCn- tor Cormermtlnn hnssneuil for romrns anil roM. John K. liovrtH, 1 nnitjr spunks, lna.teb 1 Iwvaj. The m.sn who slrrply w.tliltijr do something Is not always waiting do anything very Pnjxirtant. ALL rP-TO-tATK HOl SKKEErKTtS Use Uwl Cmh Ball HUie. It make-H clothe clean and sweet as when new. All grocers. Wealth may b like writers Rat here. 1 In a houso. which. flnling no outlet, drown the owt.er. 050 PFTR W F.FK Be by AOKNTS selllns STIlAM COOKLK8 and other novelties. kKHLf.hS C'ooKr l ;.. HnfTalo. N.V : ' SIM Miv Y-iH VA 1 VI?. t COLBS Sets Up a Host of a Cold Read Proof reached, it will take much lonjror to effect a cure. It sterns strange that as well known jo well established as these facta are ftaj ono should neglect to profit by them, &fw yet no doubt there are many w ho iiy httk or no attention to them and 0' ciiU hinr cold, acquirinjur chronic catarrh, brvuehitra and consumption. , Catarrh May Permeate the Who!. System. Mrs. Mary K. Sampson, West TVrry, lbK'kinpharn County, N. If. writes: "I liad t'rrible headaches, loth ertirs rur. and I was nervous all the tlmo, aLv trouble each month; was deaf in arte tair for thirty years. I took six bottles of lVruua hud one of Manalin and urn I1.-1.p7y to say that it is the U-ht medicine that I ever used. I am not so nervous, my apjto titj is pMl, everything 1 eat arro's wivk me, and I aru flin Ixttcr in everyway. I think lYrima is a Codscnd to woniori ar4 a bli'sslnt,' to suffering liu:nanit." LLrr K. Sauip.son. If you do not derive prompt and satisfac tory result . fro-n the u-i "f Vnm wrU at once to l)r. Hart 111:111, piviiera full state ment of your case, and ho will Ik vlntmA to f,-ive you ids valuable advice prati. Addn ss Dr. Hai tuian, President f TW Ilartman Sanitariutn, Columbus, Oko EVERY DRUGGIST HAS THEM, PILES HEDNER'S RUSSIAN OIL A Positive Cure for PILES and CHILLBLAINS, Send 12c la lUnipn for irtnl Ixiiti. HtBNBS MEDICAL CO, Detroit, MtcX " ' T "St. w Begin the Year by Figuring a Little on the Future, If joo are lookt-.g fur opportunity sr rTv mrot trr the South wpxi. All over the Soutbweit. clttei Mid lowrx mr rowln up. npanainif, 'iviji.lrlut; nmre mandloK nire; peoplrd hy eayrr, ruahlns, 4idrwke rttfxen. wbo ro lb vlrtne f uri(1ag- caterprliiei of errrjr klod, the ner 'uineo .f iteuiaic more ud bftier fcimi, Dd ni'in Nmuli to drrelop ihe couolrr. Urleflr, th condition U tblt: Tha Pot et U relljr In ued of noOilng pe.ph (oro men are winiitd. la the M..aibrl ire Mt re of unimproved land-Uitd not ylf K iX tbe crop of which It ! epbla. The Ho. In dlffereut way, t true ,f the tivii. w Itnea of bunlnea ar ajequately reprvaABW. here are cpenlosa of all aorta for mill a4 lanufaoturluK pianu. for ainall atrF of as Ind. f r tianka, newapapera and lBTDbr yaftftv Ie'haiitc-a and prufeaaKual tneu, bulb ar at etnand. Tell ua what yon want, how morb yon fta lnrt. ami we'll help you with lioruiaili bout a U'xxl oppDlnj GEORGE MORTON, Jen'l Pass. Aft., St. Louis, Me, rrT rp ih cni.t.ArarsLs Tt Bro A aubati'ute for and auperiorto mtiMatd or air other plaster, and will not blister tlui most dnlicnte akin. Ihe pain allaying n4 curajaa qualities of this article at wondeifiil. It wil Mop Ilia toothache at once, and rdirre hcauV arhe and aciatira. We retrommrnd il as the and safest etiernal count-rtrrttMHt knewn, Ka as an eiternal remedy for paius in the rn and atoinac-h and all iheumatic neuraUic aw4 gouty complaints. A trial will prove what we claim for it, and it wili be found to be iuvafw able in the household. Many people any "it fa the best of alt your preparations." Pike cents at ail drugfixu or other da)tra, or Vy sending this amount to us in postage stamp we will rnd you a tube by mail. No ankle thowld be accepted by the public unless the aaeae cartica out UbrL as otherwise it is not geouiae. CHCSEBROUOH MI'O. CO.. 17 State Street, Niw Voat Citx The FREE Home steed LANDS OF Western Canada Are tbe STAR ATTRACTIONS for 1904. j Millions of arrea of matnifirent Grain anJ fit ' li't lands to be had as a fire gift, or hy purhnr I from Railway Companies. Land Cot poi viioaa, eio, j THE GREAT ATTRACTIONS ; Good Crops. il-lirtiirul rlimiate, alrattl srlioyil ayaU-nt, K-rf-rt aorl.il rondltanaie ert ept loiml nulnar islvaiit)irvN, ami wmMe and uftluenrei arqulred ewally. The population of Western Cana t inerre4 1 2 oh lv in migration duong tbe past yeaa, tng 5tl.li'"' l;ing Americans. j Write tonearet authorized Canadian Oovrsef Agei t for Canadian Atlua ad otlur infoniiaaieej (or adlre Supt. of Immigration. Ottawa, C aoafc M. V. Mclnnps. No. 6 Avenue Theater li lock. troit. Mich., and C. A. Lauiier, Suolt Sie. Mwm. fclicb. W. N. U.DETROIT-No7elOOAl t fcktD answering ads plsass mention thlsswfW. ST T F 1 i 5 m : . xt : V 1 i if