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THE MEN AND WOMEN
Who Enjoy the Choicest Product!
of the World's Commerce.
aawlraae of What la Bra I Mora li
aarlaat Ttaaa Wralih Wltfc.
It must be apparent to every one that
"ualltjf of the highest ordfr are neces
sary to enable the bent of the products of
modern commerce to attain permanently
lo universal acceptance. However loudly
Heralded, they may not hope for world-wide
-preemsaenca-atoa-tter meet wmi-Hm-
general approval, not of individuals only,
but of the many who have the happy
faculty of selecting, enjoying and learn
ing the r?al worth of the choicest prod
uct. Their commendation, consequently,
becomes Important to others, since to
meet the requirements of the well in
formed of all countries the- method of
manufacture must be of the most per
fect order and the combination the most
excellent of its kind. The above Is true
tiot of food products only, but is espe
cially applicable to medicinal agents and
Iter nearly a quarter of a century of
srrowtli and general use the excellent
remedy. Syrup of Figs, is everywhere
accepted, throughout the world, as the
best of furihly laxatives. Its quality la
due not only to the excellence of the
combination of the laxative and carmin
ative principles of plants known to act
most beneficially on the system and pre
sented in the form of a pleasant and re
freshing liquid, but also to the method
of manulacluie of the California Fig
Syrup Co., bleb ensures that uniformi
ty anil purity ci nti.il in a remedy in
tended for family use. Ask any physi
cian who la well Informed and he will
answer at once that It is an excellent
1aallve. If at ali eminent In his pro
fession and has made a special study of
laxatives and their effects upon the sys
tem he will tpjl ym u i- hst
fit family laxatives, because It 7s sim
ple and wholesome and cleanses and
sweetens the system effectually, when
a laxative I? needed, without any un
pleasant after-effects. Every well-Informed
druft of reputable standing
knows that Syrup of Figs j, an cxce).
lent laxative and Is Rlad to sell it at
the ovular price of fifty cents per bot
tle, because It gives general satisfac
tion, but one should remember that In
order to get the beneficial effects of
Byrup of Fiifs It Is necessary to buy the
genuine, which Is sold In original pack
ages only; th nama of the remedy
Syrup of Fies and also the full nama of
the Company-California Fig Byrup Co
-printed on the front of every package.
SYRUP OF FIGS
Throughout the World
FOR SALS STALL LEAD1XQ DItUQQISTS.
San Francisco. Cal.
"w York. W. Y.
PRICE FIFTY CENTS PER BOTTLE.
OHif(xN. Y..1.1 bo rwr
cra. Dwi vr-if V'ry w fc( n
20th Contury Oat
Th oat rrirTl,prxluelnr
JW to aw hue. por tn,
The U. S, a. Drrm-nt
p3 f Hlx f Sr ( jfcU tlte
Oolden Cat Corn
truly a, wrmriPrftiWajitjiy.
Urtrt wLwtt on Mnb
for srM, dry, hot illt
TtaldR ta but. tmr er. ln
trodurvJ by rj a. Ipt. of
QrUmi rerwl food on
rth0 hnm. grain uk1 4
mtgninem hay par
. xTmt fayfc
maJri it potx-tbl to rnnr
btir. h;p cti,iB t
ft wttt of bu 1: lb. Ifia-
itMjlT froJifle. (tot wtrll
wYry wfar. Tfaat 2 a 7 a.
tM a4 i'.Mtkn IoiUr
'inn arty the lo m,t
worwlrrful frraurn of Wi
oHwiry. u ttom um pro
(Jrll lk tOIUI Ol bfcf mrj
irw ana InUof pMttiniir
wbarivir 4(1 ! foutKi.
. fiOMid Dam haxiwt.
10,00 for 100.
1 with yoa to trr oar
lTt farm bnr
iHfirton4 1 farm MM
TlHMlllta. Rtb. ilanl
l to rt ttavrti Wtth tmr
fTMicMaUotf.ror Mo pootaa.
Grain Orowlnl. Mixed rarmlnC
THE REASON WHY
mors want l srown in Mn
(Jsimdii in a t.w ,,ort muniij t,
W-n sMatlun arowg In (,rft
txrtion lo ll.m unnllnbL Thi
for 6Jp..in-l. t-.r l.o.h-l in fli
UndAra lutiAJ uannd. it, ih.Vu
erp In lVirm Canada, foa
Tlal. le(-lT,0tt,Ta4 ka.
wll '' ' r-le-lln.1. II.. on I.
1T';. "'itr!1 r'm',,",, ') ""
aa w Uaa loiimrlnif fn, .n i . i ... , " i .
Ktrrt "f MwpiMrs on Fiction,
Tlicro Is aKtory (old of a newspapor
correspondent who tfliraphcd Ids
editor as follows: "Have column
story on so-and-so. Shall I send it?"
Tin1 c !!tor, mindful of the value Of
hmvi; wired Uek: "Send six hun
dred words." In a few hours he re
ceived another message, from the
anxious correspondent, reading:
"Can't be told In less than twelve
hndrcd." The editor promptly tele
graphed haek: "Slory of creation of
the world told in six hundred. Try
it." And in duo time the corre
spondent sent in his story written
within the prescribed limits. The
condensation of language in the news
papers of our time has undoubtedly
had a reactionary effect on our liter
attire. Our novelists no longer in-'
duhre in the elegant efforescense of
two chapters In a book where one
can take its place, and even the
leisurely introductory pajres of Scott,
fine as they are, would not he read in
a novelist of today, unless, indeed,
another Scott should arise.
VVbile splitting rails the other day
our leading poet severely sprained
both his hands, and now he cannot
lift a glass of "moonshine" to his
lips without assistance.
A Maine farmer, after witnessing
a football game at I'.runswick, was
asked how he liked the contest. This
was his answer: "Just let twenty
nig hogs out on a soft field any day,
and then throw down a peck or so of
corn in a saeK, and see Mini go for It,
and yoiril know what a game of foot-
nan looks like lo a farmer,"
Care ot the Fret,
Many people abuse their feet by
confining them In cramped and ill
fitting shois. We talk learnedly of
the necessity for ventilation, and
then we encase the feet in air tlgh
coverings, and expect them to bear
up the weight of our bodies all day
long without a grumble. Or we take
pains to have our shoes long enough
ana then put on socks or stockings
half an Inch too short, and wonder
where the corns come f rem.
Aimosu as necessary as tno proper
shO'-s Is the proper toilet. At least
morning and night the feet should be
bathed and then manipulated to keep
them smooth and supple. Stockings
should be changed very frequently,
because the feet, owing to their con
iiiii'iiirni ano ine naru wortc Uiev are
called upon to do, are nearly ahvavs
perspiring. The same pair of shoes
should not be worn two days in sue
cession. It is an easy matter to have
two pairs In use on alternate days,
ium is exeenenf economy besides, as
it gives the shoes a chance to become
pMf.-ctly dry, and consequently they
keep in better shape and last longer.
living Jim rnt-a
55'. '' ! for nnitcua
. . . -1 , 1'iutwa. 1 in.il. nr i
Baanalt. tpi Jtaw Tnrk I.I fa Bids, Omaaa.
iaaauUi.rlMd Casaataa Uotarnunnl AnuL.
Music may tie the food of love, but
love also manages to find room for
largequantltiesof Ice cream and bon
VOU Mfl DO IT TOO
OrertOOO.OOO people are now buy.
IDC foods from ua at wholesale
prteaa aartnjf 15 10 W percent 00 trcrf.
thine thcr use. You can do 1 1 too.
Whr not uk us u scad joa our l,mr
pace oataiorue f It tells too story. Send
I asaaaa. W
ilsaaaaaaWa CalBBW aV .afaflal
Tha hotiM that trlls th truth.
aAY it ia
IN TK3 IVOSLD
AND SAY IT
Some people might think that Mrs.
Anna Thornton, of Louisville, Ky
is a widow In luck, Shelraws four
pensions from the government as the
widow of four soldieis who served In
the War of the Urbellion. .No fraud
is charged against her, as each nen-
Kion was granted in accordance witli
Mrs Stanislaw Snvliolskl. of Tole
do, Ohio, when slxleen years ol age,
gave birth to twins. Three yenrs
)at-r she had triplets. The following
year she hud a single child. A few
weeks ago, at the age of twenty-two
she gave birth to four children. Ifer
record is ten children in six years.
Mo Went Weat nl I'roaperpa,
Free)nd. Kan., March 0. One of
the in4 properdin farmer In Hnr
per Ov-jtjr H -Mr. N. 11. Mend. Horn
thirty-f-.iiir yen w uro he left hi home
near C'ltrenee, l. Y., and came to Kan
in. I (erfi be had thrived splendidly
and laiit year harvested over one hun
dred and forty acre of wheat alone.
Kilt everything bns not gone well
with Mr. Mead, for bis health hna not
been good for the last few year. lie
has suffered a K r eat deal with Kidney
and llladder Trouble and could get
nothing- to atop It Lately, however,
ho baa Improved a great deal and be
any a that he hua none of the old aymp
toma left and la feeling splendid
ik-ahi. He lined Uodd's Kidney nil
and tbla remedy earned to work von
dera In his caao, lie aaya himself: .
"Dodd'a Kidney rills hnve made me
well; They are all right and a reliable
remedy for Kidney Trouble. They
helped me right from the a tart, giving
me great relief, and Onally cored roe."
liasle has the only zoological gar
den in Switzerland.
'England cxperi-.m.vi! Hie coldest
May in GO years.
Belgium's population by the limi
census is 6,T9f),9!)0.
Warsaw, Kussia. is going to have a
statue of Chopin.
Italy makes eight millions a year
out of foreign visitors.
There are about 10,000 murders a
year in the United States.
What a boom It would bo for milli
ners should women ever break into
politics and bet hats on the elections 1
A London publication, In comment
ing upon technical diseases, asserts
that the two most prevalent literary
maladies are ' writer's cramn nnrl
swelled head. The unfortunate thing
about, writer's cramp is that. It Is
never cured The unfortunate thino-
alKiut swelled head Is that it never
HAVE A PLAQUE OF BEAR&
Why Didn't the 1'reaiclent Go to Ytl
Iswalone fark to Hunt them?
When President Hoosevelt appreci
ates the real significance of the annual
report of Secretary of the Interior
llitcheock that -part of it relating to
the plague of hears hi Yellowstone
Park ii Is possible that there will be
a scene between the cabinet offirer and
his chief. It is considered dowuiiclit
lueer In official circles that the Heere
tary or the Interior should allow tlio
President to go bear hunting away
down la Mixsiw.sippi, wiiere the bca
run rrora sirangirs, when right out in
tiie -iroverrmteut'g-- own domain tiif
bears are so tame they will take pie out
Of the hand.
If Mr, Hitchcock Is seen looking pale
and distraught withhi the next few
days it will he known that the Presi
dent's eye has lighted on those fetch
ing paragraphs in which the faets
about the Yellowstone Park hears aro
told, says the New York World:
"The bears have Increased hi mira
uers unu conunue 10 oe a great source
of interest to tourist m, as they can be
seen nt any time during the season
around the garbage piles at the various
hotels and camps. They are perfectly
harmless as long as they are Jet almie.
but if fed and petted they lose ail fear
of human beings and are liable to do
considerable damage to property at the
hotels and camp kitchens mid are alwo
liable to frighten tourists by following
them with the expectation of being fed.
The black and brown hears are the
most friendly ami consequently Rive the
most trouble. Three of them became
such a nuisance during the past sum
mer that It became necessary to liavn
"It is diltictilt to make some of the
tourists in t lie park realize that Ihe
hears are wild and that it is dangerous
to trifle with them. The possibility of
injury to some one was anticipated, and
on Aug. 8, V.XK!, a circular was issued
by the acting superintendent of tlio
park and posted at all the hotels and
permanent camps absolutely prohibit
ing the interference with or molesta
tion of bears or any other wild ani
mals In the park, and also forbidding
any one to feed them except at Hie reg
ular garbage piles.
A violation of the instructions con
tained in tills circular resulted In t lie
serious injury of a tourist, from Ilail.
Mich. Mince this accident barriers have
been put up at ail of the garbage tides,
and signs indicating the danger of ap
proaching too near the bears have beet;
Threatens With Loss of Hearing, Smell
and Sight From
the Ravages of
Pe ru na
Had Strange Delusion.
Initiation pranks of a secret society
almost caused the death of William
Iiorkln of l.'U Sonlli Twenty-Komih
street, who hud a most thrilling cane-
Hence early vesterdav inoriiiiiL' nfter
Ing made a member of one of these
Iiolng a newly elected member. Dor-
kin was put through tlte ordeals. Ac.
ordiug to him, a large balloon was at
tached to ills shoulders mid he was
put in a room with a high ceiling. The
rope attached to the balloon was cut
lo-se, and Iiorkln was carried to tlm
ei!;ng time and again.
Dorkln afterward left the hail, which
Is Nil uated near Tliii I v-nim h and Mar-
ct streets, mid started a!ou for home
After walking some distance lie whs
ei.cd with the Idea that the balloon
was. still attached to liiui and was car
rying him high into tut! air. He start-
it on a run across Walnut street br.-h;".
ind when he reached the cent' 1 ;,e
jumped upon the railing and fell over
The crew of the police tag 'King,
hm itiicnortti a lew yarns aivav.
ard the splash and saw Dorkiu strug
gling in ihe water. Deck Hand Dever
1 o'ti in a !i:il r"i !i ree;ci Dorkln,
.';o n.o- remove-! ! -tl. polyclinic
.s, i. 1 Ph. huh iphla I iityilier.
GTtKAT many remedies to
temporarily relieve catarrh
hnve been devised from time to
time, ueh hh sprays, sinifTs, creams and
other local npplical inns, but, us a rule,
the medical profession has little or no
euthutiinsm in the treatment of catarrh.
It in generally pronounced by tliein to
It therefore created
in medical circles when Dr. 1 le rf limn
announced that he hud devised a com
pound which would cure catarrh per
manently. The remedy was mimed Peruna find in
short time hecnie known to thousands
of catarrh sufferers north, south, ea.-d
and west. .
betters testifying to the fact that Pe
runa is a radical cure for catarrh began
to pour in from nil direciions. 1
1 liouHanus et such letters are on fill.
n as troubled with catarrh of the
head for many years. It affected my
Senae Of Stnpll. hpnrlntr atttl alrth t
a great sensation t ,.. ' ..?. ... a .
when Dr. Il.o lman ; VCL '1 'I . w outwrs M
nt use ui iutai applications 10 relieve
me but to no purpose, until my atten
tion was called to the wonderful effects
"1 must say that I met with most
surprising and satisfactory results.
Peruna took hold of the complaint and
drove It entirely out of my system.
"Although well alonir toward the
allotted span ot man's life I am pleased
In the ofllce of The Peruna Medicine i i as a chl,d ve' the results, and foel like
Her. Yj. StHhenvoll. Pella. VVk
writes: "1 feel obliged to extend yon iny
personal thanks for. my complete res
toration. All through the winter I suf
fered from throat and lung trouble, but
recovered my entire health hy the use
of your excellent remedy. Peruna."
The following letter from a prominent
gentleman of I, oh Angeles is a case in
Mr. J. W. Fuller, President of the
Jewelers Association of Los Angeles,
Cnl., tins been in business in that" citv
for seventeen years out of the forty-live
that he has been engaged in business
nneormng hi experience with Peru-ia
a young man again." W. Fuller.
Such letters as the above are not used
for publication except by the written
permission of the writer.
A pamphht iiUeil with such Jotters
will he sent, to any address free. This
book should he read by all who doubt
the curaiiilily of catarrh.
If you do not receive prompt and ualis
factory remits from the use of Peruna
write at once to Dr. Hartman, giving 11
full statement of your case, ami he will
be pleased to give you his valuable ad
Adilresa Dr. Hartman, President of
The Hartman Sanitarium Culumhus, O.
Br toothlnc and aubdutac
tha pain, that's Iba war
St Jacobs Oil!
Price, tSe. 4n1 Oc.
D011114 n 1,11'le lliiii-cir,
".My word, l-'il.tiooille," said a wat
ollice clerk to a colleague who sat st
the next desk, "Just look at that work
man on the roof of that building over
W lint S the matter Avith him:
quired Fie,, glancing through the
(low at the Individual Indicated.
Matter," retorted the other, "why
ve been watching that lazy beggar
for the last twenty-live minutes ami he
hasn't done a stroke of work ail the
t the precise moment at which the
above conversation occurred a P.riiish
worklngman was addressing his
"S'y. Hill," he remarked In 11 tone of
deep disgust, "d'ye see that 'ere loatin'
war ofils chirk In that room down there?
S'holp.mc, If Hi ain't bin a-watehln
'Jm fur nigh on arf a bower, an' the
bloomer's done nothln' but stare limit
6' the' winder the 'ole blessed tjuie.
That's the sort o' chap as we pya taxes
ter keep:" London Express.
Put Up In Collapsible Tubes.
A Substitute for jiikI SujM-rir u MustitrJ or any
ether r, an.) will not 1 hKler tilt- nnwt (jeh(!it
Rklll. '1 III' pHin Hiliivnig Hinl iMiniOve qllulltleH of
tins nrtieli- uri- won.ii-rful. 11 n. step i; teolli
arhe at niii-e, and n-lit-ve lii-ntliK-tjt; ana at-mtu-it.
We reedinummj 11 art th beatau naff stextenml
counter-irrititiit kti wn, nine h aa i-xlriiitl rfm
dy tor piiiiin in tin' chest tin 1 st inwh ami aa
rheumatic, neuntliOe. ami umity eaiiilaiiiu.
A trial will pMv whiu w ehuai Tor it, nnj It
will 1m found lo ht liivelioi Oif in tii housi-liol'l.
Mjiiiy poiie uy "H n ti, t.Hi of h,1 your poia
rutiiam." 1'rien ia. m-iiJ. nt a'S driiy'ihts, or other deaien,
er hy M'uiiiiiK this aim, a ut to us 111 inuuige utimipj
we will send you a mi. ,j nuol.
No Hrtie.li! should tm invnjitcd hy the pilhlie. nn-I(-h
the wune Carrie our iiiln'l, ua otherwise it U
CHEESKbROLiOII MaNUFACIDRINU CO,
17 Elite Street, New York Uly.
Profane parrots are kept in stock
by a dealer in birds in this city. He
also advertises "a large variety of
semi-religious parrots." The most
profane bird in his collection he Is
willing to sell for $200. He enthusi
astically extols this bird's popularity
hy the declaration that "She's a
Mr. Window's SOOTHING SYKUP tor ohllilren
tfetblntf. noOrn Dm ifnmn, rudiici-ii Infliini&Uon
allay pain, rurt-s wind i odic. 2.V hultle.
When an editor strikes a would-be
writer over the head with a literary
cluli, it fretiently happens that liter
ature runs in that num's head ever
Iilessings in disguise may bo al!
right, but it looks as if there were a
screw loose somewhere when good
tilings arc forced to sail under false
JUNR TINT BUTTER COLOR
makes top of the market butter.
A man turns 112,000 spadefuls of
earth in digging an acre of ground,
and the soil he has moved during bis
work weighs 850 tons.
THE TEST OF GOLD.
A Vtust Number of Kidney Suffering People, Cured by boan'a Kidney Pills
I ay but for the Free Trial they would Mill be In Agony. Thla means
Uolden Merit at your Command to Test.
Klneil lVc I,au(hliiK.
One of the leaders In the movement
for the amelioration of the conditions
of working women tells n rather inter
esting story of North country factories.
In oik! factory n bed wan alwnya kept
ready in case of accident ; nnother was
known to the niwllcal studenls by the
name of "the lauhter liouae;" and In
another wan found ft slnnding rulo of
a flno for every employe who presumed
to laugh In work hours. Undpr the
condition which prevailed In the fac
tory, the Investigator was not mir
prlsed to find thnt the penalty was ael
, vv Whore Mlie Kiillml.
"I don't think much of Venus,
era " ' '' "
'.'TooJnunodoKirj , -', ? t
"Oh, It Isn't thnfj Imt he f rtldift
bring up Cupid to have a proper (
peet tot pareutal utborlt)r,"rr tt.
CoLUMnusCiTT, Ia., Feb. 10, 1003. I
received the sample package of Item's
Kidney Pills and took them according lo
directions. They did mo so much good,
I procured a 50 cent box at tlio drug store
and have been greatly benefited. I had
the backache so bud I could hardly walk j
also had urinary troubles, that caused me
to get up two and three times of a night.
I am all right now. Loug may Donn's
P1U prosper. m Yours truly, A. C. Site.
. Severe and long atanding cases should
Uk advantage, of free .Medical Advice.
Grand KArms, Man., Feb. 17, 1903.
1 received the trial puckago of Doan'g Kid
Bey I'illa promptly and can truly say they
are all and even more than recommended,
I suffered continually with ft severe pain
to the back, which the pill entirely over
came, and I km able In work, which would
Dot have been poaaihlu but for Donn'g
Kidney Pills. Mrs. J. A, flcni.AXB, 855
ftucbsnan St, Grand Itaplds, Mich,
Aching backs are eased. Hip, back
loin pains overcome. Swelling of
itinos una oropsy signs vunlsh.
They correct urine with brick dust scili
meat, high colored, pain in passing, drib
bling, frequency, bed wetting. Dunn's
Kidney Pilla remove calculi and gravel.
Relieve heart palpitation, sleeplessness,
headache, nervousness, dizziness.
FRCE-MALEO WITH PUBLIC APPROVAL.
. , T?f", "" m. J mall, wtthoot ebarva,
trial box Uoana Kldaaa Illkt
I'oat oB) ca
g-1""! SattaS HaaaaaS waO m
raatar fcilWia Da., Saaaia, M. V.)
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