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GRATEFUL, HAPPY WOMEN
Female Weakness Is Pelvic
Always Half Sick are the Women
Who Have Pelvic Catarrh.
Catarrh of any organ, it allowed to
progress, will affect the whole body,
t'atarrh without nervousness is very
Tare, but pelvic catarrh and tiervoiisnesa
fo hand In hand
I What is so distressing t sigin a a pom
a half-sick, nervous woman. siiffi-rins
Jrmn the many almost unbearable symp
toms of pelvic catarrh? She does not
consider herself ill enough to go to bed.
but the is far from being able to do her
Never use any one's comb and
brush, or even tlieir towel, and be
lire you kcep'your hair brt:s!i scru
pulous!; clean. Wash it weekly and
let the bristles only, stand in cold
water fur a little time after washing
as this will keep them firm and nice.
II y b id been ta ight how to gar
gle. A few weeks after, while at
grandma' farm, be saw the chickens
drinking. "() mamma," he shouted,
"come here and see the chickens
gargle their thro its 1"
Most men don't know the differcner
t"twccn beltic lazy and tired.
J '"Eccentricity of genius" by ant
otbcr name would be scot to Jul!
Minneapolis Is the second largos'
Ahimliuri) Is superior to any stotn
for sharpening cutlery.
W. L. DOUGLAS
3.53 &$3 SHOES t--:
You can it from $3 to $S yearly by
wearicg W. L. Doug In $3.50 or $3 ihoea,
1 hey mpiul thtwa
that have been cost
ing you from 8 -4 09
to S.-'-OO- The Im
nins ale of VY.
lioiielin ali(H proves
their aupuriority over
all other makes.
rVjil by reuil ho
look for nauie and
.price nn bottom.
That Dastlsa Mrr-
aatU protM ikr Is
tain la Uoarlaa kt.
ra Is ike allheal
(ra4 Pal.LMthar aia(.
fut Vnir tZurlrti turd.
Our $4 Wit llgt Lin, nmnot taualM ml prirt.
NhM hr nail, t! rsi utra. lltaMratr
CUl frM. W. L. DO It; Li a, BrwkUa. I us.
FREE TO WOMEN!
mmmmmmmm 1 nmM the tlClinf and
cleansing power of Pat
tin Toliet Antiseptic
w will null a. Urce trial
packaco with tx o( in
free. 1'tita li not a tint
ample, but a larftr pacsaee,
enoui'h to convince anyone
ot In value. Women til
ini-r ihe countrv are praiv
Irratmeut of female ilia, curing all Intl.un-
Cailon ar.n oircnarg-, wonun,,,,..,,.....
vaginal douche, 'or tore throat, nasal ra.
aarih S a mouth wa-.h. and to remove tartaf
nd whiten the teeib. head to-day; a powaj
ard will do
a.u ki raaau " r as,
r,i. ir ax. iur.t Ie"
rtXIuN CO.. Coiuru , saUa. .
. fT) OVER TONIC
1 CANDY CATIIARTIO
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, I i 1 P aT ajr. M t. I at A m .4- . ' aaJk aSaaaaaalBaal I
Thank Pe ru na for Their
Recovery After Years of
Mies Muriel Annitaire, 30 flrwn
) Ave., Detroit. Midi.. Dwtirict
Organizer of llif Ituyal Templara of
Ti-uiriice, in a recent letter, say:
"I think Hint a woman nutiiraiiy
alirinks from making her trouble!
public, but restored health iia meant
i:!!i!"h tojne.ibat L fsol Xiir-ihs iiake
of other eiiffcriiijr women it i my
duty to 'ell what I'erium haa duue
"I suffered foi Ave .rears with
uterine irregularities, which brought
on hyaleria and made me h physical
wreck.- I tried doctors from the dif
ferent school of nwdieine, but with
out any peivetihle thiiiie in m.v
condition, in my de-pair I called on
an old nurse, who advised me to try
feruim. and promised good re, tits if
I would persiM and take it regularly.
I tliooirlit this was the least I could
do and procured a bottle. I knew as
noon ns 1 begun tnkhiE it lhat it a
affecting me differently from any
thing I had used before, am no I kept
on taking it. I .kept thin up for nix
months, and ftetidily gained etretifrth
and health, and when I had lined
fifteen bottles I considered myself
entirely cured I am a grateful,
happy woman to day." -Minn Muriel
IVriin .-ores eatarrn u the pelvic
organs with the same surety as it
i-urin catarrh of the head. peruna
has become renowned as a positive
cure for female ailments simply be
cause the ailments are mostly due
to catarrh, Catarrh is the cause of
the trouble. I'cruna cures the ca
tarrh. The symptoms disappear.
work wittiout the greatest exhaustion.
This is a very common sight and i
almost always due to pelvic catarrh.
It is worse than foolish for so many
women to suffer year afler year with a
disease that can be permanently caml.
IVnina cures catarrh permniieiitly. It
cures old chronic case as well as a slight
attack, the only difference being hi the
length of time that it t-.lwmld be taken to
eff"cl a cure.
If you do not derive prompt and satis
factory results from the use of I'eruna,
write at once to Dr. llartinati. giving a
full statement of your eae, and he will
be pleased to give you his valuable ml
i vice gratis.
1 Address Ir. ITartman, President of
j'l'lie llartinnn Snit ariijiu. Columbus.
Struuplf! diligently against your
j 1 npsitlerico, and stilve to be amiable
.and trentle, In. sensm and out of
r a ton, toward everyone, however
much they may vex and a tinny you,
tin I be sure G ui wi l bless your
efforts. Francis de Sties.
A little girl, working hard at a
puirof worsted slippers, which she
llKid knitted for her fa! her. said to a
compiuion sitting near her: "You
are lucky, you are I Your napa has
only KOt one. leg. '
When a little man ets a chance to
otmd a b'.g born he blows hard.
There are plenty of saints living
vbo have not been canonized yet.
When a man dries a fool thing, he
hinks It's siinrt, or be wouldn't do
After a falsehood has been accepted
verity years by the people, wittiout
enetal ptotest, U K'ts itto the
chool b ioks.
When the average woman is ill,
.tie Is fond of itupicsslng It upon
cople that her lllncsi was brought
hi by "over-djiug."
PUTNAM FAIM5I.KSS fiYfCS col.n
silk. Wool and Cot! on at one boiling.
For positives results a pair of old
toggles Is better than a new glass
Tbi! kins jum Is awlavs within, but
the King who Is to reign must come
I'iso'a Cura Tor ConsumpMoa promptly
relieve my little 5-year-old aiater of
rrniip.--M.iai L A rarce, filling
atreet, Brooklyn, N V . Oct. 2. 1901
The, poorest land would be found
rich If wo could only go down
H Is born In a womm to boast of
her love affairs, and in a man to deny
It Is a gO'id sign when a co nmunlty
endorses h slunds and wives being
in love with each other.
The people always admire loyaly to
ft lends. Whv dou't you do more of
it, and become more p pulai?
Mm Vt-n!ow' SOUIHlN'l HVKt P tor chll
dr'ii i,--HHMK,oftfU t lie turns, redui-es luils
matlou, alia) pain cure colli-. l",li'fc io kittle
One secret has been kept for many
centuries; and that Is the terrible
worthlcssncs of the people collect-l"y.
Tba Vrm ml Hoaiey.
Note that a very simple and yet
efficacious remedy la honey.
Pharmaceutics is greatly Indebted
to it, and veterinary surgeons often
prescribe It for diseases of domestic
Honey is one of the the ingredients
in the manufacture of gingerbread,
and Is very valuable to tbe pastry
cook and confectioner.
For affections of the mouth," In
aptba and thrush. It Is used as a gar
gle, mixed nrlth a little- alum or
For tootnache the gums are rubbed
with a mixture of honey and linseed,
marsh-mallow root and tincture of
Mixed with vinegar It Is a good
gargle for sore throat.
It is prescribed In cases ol phthisis
mixed with plaotalt. (ir boney being
Many a man would have to take
off bis own bat to himself if be could
only know what a great hero he Is.
One trouble witb tbe times is that
the sounding brass and tinkling cym
bal business is so much overdone.
By devoting his whole time to it
an ordinary man can do an extraor
dinary amount of good
The man who makes broad bis phy
lacteries will never get enough out of
it to pay for the tuff be puts in
Tbe man who sets out to tJnd
something he can't see Into will not
have to go far enough to make his
There are people who believe that
if Jonah bad been a Chicago man he
would have swallowed tbe nhale
and kept It down
Never fear but that as rnng as tbe
world needs to be moved the Lord of
hosts will keep on putting men into
it who will have tbe power to move
It is a well, too. tnat tne hair
should be examined every now and
then by a reliable hair dresser, an J
the dead, split, and broken ends cut
off. It Is always believed to be of
much benefit to have the hair cut
and singed after the washing.
Little Flossie was watching tbe
elephant in Central Park. The huge
animal's trunk was sweeping the
floor, and she, exclalrued, "Papi,
why den't he tand srill on that leg,
ELY'S CREAM BALM
It la placed Into tlie nomrllt,
epreadi over the mrmliranc
and it absorbed, ReHeflslm-tttO-Uate,
It Is sot drying, docs
not produce t n-er.:r.ig.
Ilrn?i;!tfs, ftO ct. or by mail.
ELY BIlOS..(s Wrrtn8t.,N Y.
A k.n of Seauty is a aoy Forever.
CUEAM, Ult 11 A II i; A L HKAl iHIHi.
TTarnovrnTan. Ptmpln, Krpll
Moth raja-lift, haah ami Kkm
- r o V U JJ&'iitt,. it hat
t M '-3 JH iGlibHtd the W of U
no countwrf'll f
Imll ir nmf, Ir, r.
. tw r km id U
Uily f th hunt ton
(a ymUn,tl,, "An yr-u
I r"""tfimnta 'U'Kir
Ariit't 'rravm' m lh
All lrU7ifHt Ui4
faivrjr-Ooofli fatra In tb C. Cwiavlaa mini Europ,
tHU T HOHKINt Proper, IT OntvSiofMS St., H. T
HAS KEN ADVERTUD
AND SOLD FOB A
QUARTER OF A CfNIlM
It Is miiie of the but
fwteriidi. m alack or ttlow
full fuaranttci and sold bjr
rclaaSIc dealers tittjrihzrt
SUC TO tMt
3:CN OF THE N5H
tOWF CAKAOWM CaU-d. A J TOWO CO,
iQBVn IU, MH, ava i rw. w a j
Hum hiki mi tut rait.,,
Hwt ttmur Brrup. Tmm i,o.m1. Uh
In time. nr ini((iu
IS. ft U.. 788-37 YORK, NEB
cold i:j CULCI
Mb saw you w emnvAt
"TliO'C hlniie iiltoiif i:iiiu-,'li." a'.J
the Iioi-tor. "rfiiiiii.hil im- of otliers.
Gflng iiiii" day to consult tin !cv;r
nor, I in -t a ldy iiriimiiifiit In ty
and In pood work for the Mi'dicr coin
ing from nn Interview with Itioiih.
She wan txcit.il iiml furious. ,vin- ii -hIkiciI
Hint tin tiovcrnor lnol tr. it.!
lier wl;l:oiit ci n lidcrntl n niil :ilm ft
ins le:it)y. 1 1 r yrlevitin. tlmt ; I.
tlii'oiigli the hit rvicw llir (iuverini
luul chewed toll icco anil ha. I nsd die
i-iik;i!i1.i1' iik frci-ly sis if In- liii-l lnvti
In a baiTi.oin or saloon. Sh i.ail Ik i'.i
Urontrh's friend nil ttirotigl! Ills Kt l ioy
iidiiiliilstr.-itioti. and she whli il 1. ent
ity she had never seen wlnil die n 1 d
his linrrooin noiiiiietn.
. "I knew tlie tJovernor was a five
user of toli.-iei-o. hut I lind m v r no
ticed nii.vtiilnn t.fTeiiHivf in his way of
using It. In fact. I didn't ' :ioy
tllllijr jihoiil i!h tol:;ie(0 or liis '.:lf if
Ufdng It. When I went to Ills o!Mcv
lie always, laiked of hig things, and hi-,
sti'i'tigtli was so apparent In liand'itm
the great iiiittioi:s of the day tliat 1
had no place in m.v mind for trifles. I
told the lady tills ai-d assure. 1 her that
she iiu;m: lie inislnk n as to any slight
on the fioveiii ir's pail. 1 v.-e.-t into
Hr n.L'h's oflic . however, ii'id ilii-ie s.it
the Governor of Ohio with a huge cu -pldor
at his side, sputtering stud spit
ting like a gmilioat under lire.
"There was trouble of file gravest
Import, mid Hrough had forgnttcii liini
si If and tile ameni;;e of his utli e in
roumliiig out a plan to help the nali iti
til adininistia.ioii. lie did help I'r'-i-ilent
Lincoln then and on utile;- oi-ia-slons.
and wiihoitt Ihotiglit of liiiueil'
or his jiolilical pros; ivts. When tle
(ioverner had cooled down I told him
of my conversation with the lady who
had In en disappointed in him, and in
my hearing lie diclalid a note of ap-il
ogy as graceful as it was sineii- -. lie
sal-1 lie did not want to lie nesai.d r
sto id hy one who had done so mceh
to help him and the soldiers in tie
field, and asi-ed her for sugiri Mi-w---i
s to f he conlrovei sy with tlie sani aiy
and Christian c;onini-i-ioiis in which
lie hail become iuv.-ev.-d liu-icigii the
lit sire of the Ohio soldiers- ai l nif
ties to Kind tlieir contributions direct
to Ohio soldiers in the Held.
'In this contr.ivi r-y the wenicii of
Ihe aid m -eietics were with tlie Gov
ernor, ah hough he was misnndersto id
hi other Stabs and whs repivs-sited
as seiking ,1 (tliit-rel with the Chid--i
in u eoinniisKion, I liappi n to know
that Hie lady who was so disappointed
over r.fongh using tobacco-' did tniieh
to i-li-iir tip tlie miKitmlei-statidlng and
to show that in his iutruotions lo the
State agents tlie Governor Insisted the
agents should avoid controversy and
si rife tind yet do their full duty in
looking after the sick, wounded and
other soldiers of the State.
"I!f i:gh. It Is true, was harsh In lan
guage mid Judgment, and his (piarnls
with officers were fought to tlie i ml
with the bitterness of the time. Hut
often lie got us good lis he sent. In
several cases the oflh-crs under ; it '-cl.-iii
wrote the tiovcrnor warning him
to mind his own buslne, and In other
cases his letters were returned with
dlgnitiiil but severe comment. Col im l
I inn Met 'wok wrote Hrnugli n letter
which the Governor regarded as in
solent, and lie wrote In reply a sting
ing rebuke, v'.Jch Colonel him was
smarting under when lie led Ihe as
sault at Kenesaw mountain, lirough
probably regretted the lottir, but Me
Cook's friends never forgot ll.
"Hrough was n master In war af
falis. It was on his suggestion t li - t
the Govt mors of Illinois. Indiana.
Ohio and Iowa offered the goviTiiniec;
the loo dnys men In 18iV4. And Hr u;gh
It lin!t be remembered. ' had .'UiiiiCt
Nnlioiial Guards, us he called tlcin,
hi tiie lield hi sixteen days. His dan
was that these short-term men sh mid
take the placis of older troops guard
ing cliles and railways, mid that a
Vetera n army lit full strength should
he hiirlid against I.ee, mid so 1 1 I Hie
war In n hundred days."
"I knew several of the war gover
nors," said the Major, "and tiny all
were fighters. Tod went Into the Gov
e;n ir's office In Ohio In iMil', w In n the
clouds of war were very dark and h
waa naturally Impatient. At tlie time
of the Klrby Smith raid toward Cin
cinnati he hurried raw troops pell indl
Into Kentucky, and nfler asking for
tenls for them thr. e times til gnpliel
Stanton al Washington to the effect
that In- didn't know who was to blame
for not sending the tenls, but he could
whip flic fellow, whoever lie wns.
Again he telegraphed, Washington,
For God's sake furnish Ohio troop
now In Kentucky with ennleetis.' All
these things were irregular, but they
mnile friends for Tod among soldiers
"lie wns n wonderful moblllzer of
troops. When Cincinnati was In dan
ger In lHf2 he ordered the farmers of
Certain counties to provide theinaelvn
with iiilt or blankets, srjulrrel rifles
and iinimiiultlon, and, lifter organiza
tion lulo companies, take the trains
for Cliiclniiflll. The farmers, old and
young, did ns requested, And In litis
hah n week 15.(100 men who knew
how lo shoot were (it Clnclnrmtl or In
Kentucky ready to nhool. These were
l lie famous 'squirrel hunt its,' and Oiv
noor Tod alwuyi bettered tbut they
and their squirrel rifles scared Kirhy
Smith and h-d to his retreat. Certain
ly the 'squirrel hunters' of Ohio in
tlieir ready response to tly Governor's
appeal dcmonsiratiil that Tod knew
something of the nitii who ha3 voted
him into office."
"Governor Tod," said the Colonel,
"organized as ninny new regiments in
his two years of office as any other
! tale ixecnlivc. He contributed great
ly to the good of the service by ap
pointing to tlie new regiments officers
who had seen service in older regi
liiuifs. For xiuii) le. Captain Opdyke
of the I'oity -fust ' ihTo waV made Colo
re! of the One Hundred and Twenty
fifth turn, which became known in
oor division as Opdycke's Tigers. And
they were good tighter. That reminds
iiie iiml one of tiie Tigers received
what he called joll. that put him out
.f the Tiger business for half an hour.
"Tcis was at I'.uz.ard's Uoost. May
11. ivd. The Tiger had just raised
lis Springfield i ilie to his shoulder,
an. I afler inking aim was just ready
o pull tlie trigger w hen a musket ball
iii.d from a relic! gun enter, d the
'...-.'V.'.o of his own rifle. The effect
was fo paralyze his arms and his rifle
dropped lo the ground. On the same
day Julius Myers of Co. K. oHd Ohio,
was struck by a musket ball which
la s.tl through both elbow joints, the
h.ek to Hie brain produced instant
d nth. The d ictors regmded the case
as i tie of the strangest in their expert
en (-." Chicago Inter Ocean.
An Impirtant Hominct.
As we move along the street, a little
girl, probably twelve years of age, ran
up lo my horse and handed me a large
bouquet of flowers, in the center of
which was a note in delicate haiid
. tiling, purporting to give the num
bers and describe ihe position of the
I nioii forces of W'riglitsvillc, toward
which 1 was advancing. I carefully
lead and reread (his strange note. It
bore no signature and contained no
assurance of sympathy for the South
ern cause, but it Was so terse and
explicit In its terms as to compel my
confidence. The second day we were
In front, of W'rightsvdle. and from
the high ridge, on which fhis note
suggested that I halt to examine the
position of the Fnion troops, I eagerly
scanned the prospect with my field
glasses in order to verify the truth
of the mysterious oi,;h, unification or
detect its tnisreprcsc ntalions. There,
In full view before us. was the town,
just as described, nestling on the
lianUs of the Susqtt "hanua. There was
the blue line of sihliers guarding ihe
approach, drawn up as indicated,
.ihitig an intervening ridge and across
the pike. There w.i the long bridge
spanning the Susquehanna and con
necting tlie town with Columbia on
the other bank. Most important of all,
there was the deep gorge or ravine
running off to the right and extend
ing around the left flank of the Fed
eral line to the river below the bridge.
Not an inaccurate detail in that note
could be discovered. I did not hesi
tate, therefore, to adopt its sugges
tion of moving down tlie gorge in or
der to throw my command on the
flank, or possibly in the rear, of the
I'tiioii troops and . force them to a
rapid retreat of surrender. The result
of this movement vindicated the
strategic wisdom of my unknown and
-judging by the handwriting-female
correspondent, whose note was none
the less material because Imbedded in
roses, and whose evident genius for
war, had occasion offered, might have
li mil' her a captain equal to Catherine.
-Geu. John M. Gordon, in Serilmer's.
Hiith I'ricea I'revalled.
"Win n I hi ar a friend of mine com
plain of prices on the bill of fare of
any high-toned hotel restaurant I tell
li I 111 he ought to have lived ill Jhe
South during the closing days of the
Civil War and taken ids meals at any
(Irst-class restaurant, and then he
would see that In comparison with the
prleen of to-day things to eat are iil
inost given away." said T. J. Wilson
of Virginia to a Washington Stat man.
"Why. during the days of Y,4 yon had
to carry a basketful of money to buy
en ugh meats and vegetables for a
family d'nner. And It was the same
way If you look your best girl to sup
per after the theater.
"In looking over some old documents
the other day I came across a price
list of nrlicle s i-vnl by the old Ori
ental liestauiant at Hichinond. The
prices that prevailed then si em worse
than robbery iu,v fo those not ac
quainted with the then existing condi
tions. For Insiatice, a plale of soup
cost Just ,l..'itl. Think of thai! And
It wasn't green turtle soup, i-'or an
order of turkey or chicken you were
laxed ,i!.."iti. while for roast h"cf you
paid for an mill r. If you had nn
appetite for rockflsh you could get a
plate of If for .$.". Fried oysters also
commanded the same price, l'ure cof
fee was ..'! a cup. pure ten and
fresh milk f-. Krend and butler was
worth .fl.ofi nn order. The cheapest
articles on the list were cabbage nnd
potatoes; an order of cither cost $1.
Ham nnd eggs Mas a popular dish nt
S.'l.oO, A dozen on the half shell
Wlun yon consider the service given
by the leading holds of th country
and the amount of money Invested by
the companies that own them I think
the prices of to-day are reasonable,
and that it Is not good form to register
a kick every time the waiter hands
you a cheek for a well-cooked meal."
Not Married Yt.
F.rnle I saw a girl In the circus
Ida Well, I have Jumped a
rings myself this summer."
Ernie Von have?"
Ida Yea; engagement ring."
In our mind a fat hoise la alwari
associated witb a good farmer.
A married man who tries to flirt,
is about as ridiculous as a woman
who tries to be coy after she baa
reached tbe double-chin period.
They tell of a woman wbo bad al
ways been free with her tongue. i
until a "stoiy" struck neat home,
ind now she is wondering that
people are not more "charitable. ''
An Old Soldier's Ki perl e nee.
Pennard, Ark., Sept. 7. Mr. E. J.
Ilickx, merchant ef this place, has
written for publication an account of
a personal experience, which Is very
"Iam an old Federal soldier," writes
Mr. Hicks, "and shortly after the close
of ihe war I was taken sick. I had
aches and pains all over me, fluttering
of the heart and stomach trouble. I
Just simply wan never a moment with
out pain. I could not sleep at night,
and I was always tired and fearfully
"I took medicine all the time, hut for
a long time I was more dead than
alive. Altogether 1 suffered for over
twenty years, and I believe I would
have been suffering yet, or in my
grave, if 1 had not read of Dodd's Kid
'I got an almanac which told me of
this remedy, and 1 bought some of it
I started with three pills a day, hut in
creased the dose to six pills a day. I
had not used many till my pains be
gan to disappear. I kept on, and now
I can sleep and eat as well as ever I
could, and I feel like a new man. with
do pains or aches left.
"I will always recommend Dodd's
Kidney Pills, for I hey are a wonderful
A Nt-ceally. V
It was in a German household, ac
cording to a Herlur paper, tbat a
mother said to her small bny:
"Johnny, go down to tbe grocer's
and get a pound of black tea."
"You know father wou't drink
"That makes no difference. This
family is in mourning now, and it
has got to driuk black tea"
STATl OrflH?-.., ."IT OF Tot,K, I
Li cas County. (
Frank .7. ( iip.nkv inals natli tliat he is ttw
Fenlur partner of the linn of V. J.Chhnky&Co.,
doiiiK business in Hi" City "I Toledo, '"oiuily and
State fifiiie-aiil. unit Dial snii !ii in will pav the
Mini f "Mi lUMiKKH IMHXAUS for 'each,
anil every ease of Catakkii Unit cannot lie
careil hy the use i! llAl.i.V Caiauhii Ci kf..
Fit ASK .1. ( llliNKV.
Sworn to before me and subscribed In my pres-i
eni-e. tills 6th ilav of December. A J). 1880.
j"TT(. W. fil.EAKON.
SEAI' Notary I'ullio
Hall's Catarrti Cure l taken internally and acta
directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of Ilia
iteia Semi lor testimonial, tree. i
F. .1. riiK.NKY CO., Toledo, 0
Sold by DniKKlsts. 7.VJ.
Fenjliy 111 Is are tlie oee.
"Vou undergo too strict a paradox
Striving to make an ugly deerl look
A Heaven Poo?
Wbile. valor's haughty champions
Till all tlieir srats are shown
Love walks unclnllenged through the
To sit beside tbe throne
(J. W. Holmes.
Komi Ooe There
On one occasion, when Alexander
Dumas was at the height of his pros
perity, a friend ventured to say to
"Cmc, come, Uuinas, you ought
not to go on forever throwing mon ;y
out of the window."
"Why notf"' be asked, witb eyes
"Wby, because it Is wasted '
"Wasted?," said Dumas. "Jot at
all. There's always somebody under
tbe window to pick it up!"
" A wife is best if trained as a vine"
providing she has something strong
to cling to. ,
Fair Lady '.vviili large o'Lversa
lional aperture) Crin't you make
the mouth a little smaller?
Photographer (Jrcat Scott! do
you want a picture without any
mouth at all? I've pared it down
three, Indies already.
A man would rather have other
men think him a rogue than a fool.
Other men would ratbr think him
to be both.
"Quit Wrong Fond nnd F.e Qrmpi
An Illinohfln who nan been through
the mill riivx: "l.nt epring I wa ao
hail uilh iiiillireminn I could not digeat
even soft cooked oj-'k'si anil doctor mid I
nuiKt eat predigeated final find preicriiied
(Jrape-Nufa elianci'ii for tbe beijter
before I luul ucd one package, eating it
fliree tiniee a day
"My Improvement on (Irnpe Nuts food
wn an wonderful tliat I concluded to Uf
Your food drink l'ox-tnm in place of tea,
and to make a lonjt atory alnrt, I hnvt
not been without (irnpe-Nuta and I'oa
tum since, and my present health provaal
niy doetor'r wimhiin in preacribina;
Grape-Nun. I have got strong M a
horse and well, and I owe it all to your
dellrionn food and I'oeluin." Name gives
by I'oatum Co.. Rattle Creek, Mich.
In the making of (irnpe Nut! food all
the Indigettible atarchea of the grain are
transformed into Font sugar, Krery par
ticle of Grapo-Nuta la digestible in tb
weakeat stomach. I'hyaiclans have never
found a stomach too week to digest m4
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