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HARD TO BfcAR.
When the back
aches and pains so
badly , can't work ,
can't restcan'tsleep ,
can't eat , it's hard to bear. Thou
sands of aching backs have been re
lieved and cured. People are learn
ing that backache pains come from
disordered kidneys , that Doan's Kid
ney Pills cure every kidney ill , cure
bladder troubles , urinary derange
ments , dropsy , diabetes , Bright's dis
ease. Read this testimony to the mer
it of the greatest of kidney specifics.
.1. W. Wails , Superintendent of
Streets of Lebanon , Ky. , living on East
Main street , in that city , says :
"With my nightly rest broken , owing
to irregularities of the kidneys , suffer
ing intensely from severe pains in the
small of my back and through the kid
neys , and ancpyed by painful passages
of abnormal secretions , life was any-
" Ing but pleasant for me. No amount
doctoring relieved this condition.
Ki for the reason that nothing seem-
eu'to : give me even temporary relief I
became about discouraged. One day 1
noticed in the newspapers the case of
a man who was nflJictc'd as I was and
"was cured by the use of Doan's Kid
ney Pills. His words of praise for this
Vemedy wore so sincere that on Ihe
Strength of his statement I went to
the Hu.h Murrey Drug Co.'s store and
got a box. I found that the medicine
was exart'y as p v.v-rful a kidney rem ]
edy as"represented. . I experienced
quick and lasting relief. Doau's Kid
ney Piils will prove a blessing to all
buffcrers from kidney disorders who
Will give- them : i fair Mill. "
A FREE IIUAL of this great kidney
medicin , which cured Mr. Walls , will
be mailed to any part of the United
States on application. Address Foster-
Milburn Co. , Buffalo. N. Y. For sale
uy all druggists Price 50 cents per
ON RAINY DAYS WEAR
! ! OIL&D
17 MAKES EVERY DAY COUNT
no mxtttr Aoa ut ( ft * ateOur.
e ry gmnuitt xuerrntrtd. .lit ye r dnttr. tfl
03 net lupftf yo * . tend far prtcr lUt /
SOcttn. Suits. Waa. Jlont Covtn.
end zr/Rgon fiooJ * .
A Pacemaker Needed. "It is a
great mistake , Mabel , to trifle with
the aflrcHrns of a man who lovts
you by encotn aging seme one else. '
"Well , he's a little slow , auntie. I
think he needs a pacemaker. " Puck
We nse Piso's Cure for Consumption in
preference to any otlier cough medicine
Mrs. S. B. Bordcn. 442 P street , Wash
ington. D. C. , May j > 5. 1901.
One Kick Left.
, ' 'No , my dear , I have no cornp TnT
to make about your cookirg , but this
milk is not quite so good as mothers
cow used to make Boston Journal.
. Yon can do your dyeing In half an
fconr ' witb PUTNAM FADELESS
The Little Game.
"Was the colonel out when you
called ? "
, "No , but he was before T left "
Mrs. Wlnslow's SOOTHING SYRUP for thil
dreu teethingBofteiis the sums , reduces iniln-
Matlou , allayspain cures colic. Piice25u bottle
3 CTt8 ! V3UCC * tL El FAILS. ] K |
Best O&ust Syrup , Twins Gtwd. Ow R |
gft jnjtliao. * oa by < lrcqsl ° M. _ ggj
N. N U. 794 - 43. YORK NEBR
A new socia diversion Las been ci/n-
trived by Miss Rosamond Guthrie , rf
Mexico , Mo. She gave a party , ar.d
seventeen cuurl.-s started from her
borne in sevenl MI buggies. Afte >
driving ten or lil'teen minutes , a'
the bujrg'es stopp d , and each gentle
man got out and c imbed into thf
buggy just abend of him. This wa-
kept up all the evening. The change ;
of partners were interspersed by re
freshments at four different resi
To cover paper bound books take
two pieces of cardboard , a tiny bit
larger than book. Paste fly leaves at
front and hack to cardboard , which
of course is outside. Then take a
stiip of strong cotton cloth , paste
it down back of book , have it wide
so it will cover about one inch of
each piece of cardboard , tberehy join
ing the two pieces together. Now
put a cover of brown paper over all ,
pasting securely , and your decorated j
cover goes over this. '
The books may be covered with
decorated silk , pique or duck if you
paint or embroider , but the simplest
way is to cover witb tissue paper
( not crepe ) . Paste a pretty card on
the front and after cutting title and
author's name from old cover arrange
ihem prqttily on the new one. ?
The Young Wife Explains. Seed-
man "You know ma'am , you don t
have to plant your potatoes whoie ;
you can cut them up in small pieces. "
Mrs. Newmarket. " 'Yes , I know
that might do very well if we always
wanted to raise potatoes for Lyonaise
or for mashing ; but we should prob
ably desire to have potatoes served
whole , now and then. " Boston
A Bible was effectively used to ban
ish Ihe devils supposed to occupy the
body of a sick man in Hawaii. At
first an educated physician i'was cared -
ed ; but as he failed to give relief , a
native medico or Kuhumo , was
brought to the invalid He whacked
the sufferer over the head with a
Bible , tu thus drive ojt the devilr ,
and his treatment was so persistani
and vigorous that the sick mau died.
The Best In The State "Yes ,
sun , " suid the Kentuckian , reruinis-
crntly , "ha were the best jedge we
evah had in Kaititucky. "
"Whv , I didn't know he was a
jud e , " said the stranger.
"The best in the State , sub , "
affirmed the native ; "he could tell
to the minute how old a brand o'
liquor were by merely tastin' it. "
Cincinnati Commercial Tribune.
Preparing For Squalls. "I asy , "
exclaimed the haggard looking man.
as he dashed into the druggist's
"got any soothing syrup'- ' ' '
"Certainly , " answered the drug
gist. "What size bottle , pleased ? "
"Bottle be hanged ! " rejoined he
of the haggard look. "Gimme a two
gallon jug ful ! of the stuff. It's
twins 1" Tid-Bits.
NEY Mining Stock has
made many men in
dependently rich. "We have , near Denver , two K ld
mining propei-tic" , with exceptionally good showinir.
with stock for yale for development purposes nt
fmmnd floor prices ; with roiniaR mill n property
Officers responxiblu ttank reference * . Liberal com
mission for tit-Hint ? stock. Write for full Inlormation.
F. F. ROOSE , DENVER , COLO ,
S" Q UNION
You can save from 53 to $5 yearly by
wearing W. L. Douglas $3.50 or $8 shoes.
They equal these
that have been cost
ing you from § 4.00
to 85.00. The im
mense sale ofV. . L.
Douglas shoes proves
their superiority over
all other makes.
St/ld by retail shoe
Look for name and
price on bottom.
That Douglas OKK * Cor-
onaColt prorcg there Is
ralue in Dotr Ias shoes.
Corona is the highest
> . . VV ' "Vf'"f * ro. C-Vf-iJA tUiUTCC/tatE&ttZ ?
Our S4 Gut Etigp Una zinnei fe eguuHe * g any p' > ce.
She * hj raaJI , 25 rent * extra. tJlmrrated
Catalog free. Vf. L. DOUGLAS , BrocWeE. H * s.
A young man was passing around
the plate in a Jamaica N. Y. church
and as he paused at the pew of a
sporting friendthe latter , in a whis
per , asked : "How much in the poolr
Jim" "Four dollars and seventy
five cents. " "What's the first
choice ? " "The heathen. "
Previous to the Alteration or em
water used by the public in Berlin
and Hamburg , the death rate from
typhoid fever in these cities averaged
une in every 2,600 in habitants. Dur
ing the six years after the instala.
tion of filter plants the dentil rate
has decreased lo one In 11,000.
A committee of the citizens of Nor-
f -Ik were before the board on public
uiilditigs to get action on the new
asylum for the insane. They were
assured that work would begin soon
ALL DRUGGISTS. SOLD IN BULK.
fcotrcl trouble * , appendicitis , bll-
neMt bad breath , t > ? d blood , Wind
oxx ttio wtomucli , bloated boivels , foal
vj ? H * mouth , licndaclia. ludicention , pirnplcr ,
pain * after eating , Hvcr trouble , wallovr complexion
Bind dlzzlnen * . IVlion your bowels don't move regu
larly you arc gettlnc nick. Constipation kills xnoro
people tlinn ull other dlneaaea together. It la a
tnrJir for tlio cbronle ailments and Ions year * of
suffering that come afterwards. No matter what
alls you , start- taking CASCARETS to-day , for yon
will novcr get well and bo well all the time ontu
ron put your bowels right. Take our advice ; ctart
With CASCARETS to-day , under an abcolut * guar-
nt 01 ® car * r money refBHded. tu
Her Hopes Aroased.
1 Miss Passay packed her trunk ,
very hurriedly this morning and
started for Bar Harbor , said the first
"Yes , " replied the other , "I think )
she has hopes of being insulted. "
"What ? "
"She's been reading about that
young lieutenant up there who sat
on the arm of a girl's chair. " Phila
A certain New York poliitician
his a poor opinion of the capital city
o the nation. "Why"he says , "It's ,
a bum place. Nearly every geezer-
in Washington lives off the govern- ,
menfc , and them that don't lives off !
them that dues. " j
To establish a record in shoemak-j
ing , a pair of lady's shoes was madej
at a factory in Lynn , Mass. , in thir-
'tcn minutes. The job required fifty-
seven operators and the use of forty-
two machines. There were one hun
dred pieces in the two shoes , and alii
thse parts were made and adjusted *
in the time named.
I hav never seen a man or a wo-j
man yet who bad gotabuvor | belo the ;
influence of fashion in some degree. *
A cpquet seems to rne to be one )
who doesn't mean more than haffshe !
sez ; while a prude iz one who doesn't
saymore than haff she means.
For a Bad Back.
Sabra , Mont. , Oct. 19. A great manj
men in this neighborhood used to com
plain of paius iii the buck , but now
scarcely one can be found wlio has any
Mr. Gottlieb Mill is largely responsi
ble for the improvement for it was ho ,
who first of all found the remedy for
this Backache. He has recommended
it to all his friends and neighbors , and
in every case it has had wonderful suc
Mr. Mill says :
"For many years I had been troubled
with my Kidneys and pains in t' |
small of my back. I tried many meui-
cines but did not derive any benelit
until last fall , when I bought a dozen
boxes of Dodd's Kidney Pills. After
using them a few days I began to im
prove , my back quit aching and I felt
better and stronger all around.
"I will keep them in the house right
along , for in my opinion they are"the
best medicine in the market to-day ,
and if my back should bother me
again , I will use nothing else. "
\ \ lien hhe L.tujjlied.
George iou do not call on Miss
Rosebud now ?
Jack No , I gut disgusted She has
such a coarse laugh.
George I never noticed that.
Jack You would if you had been
within hea'ing when I proposed
to her. New York Daily Times.
A new lighthouse costing over $2 -
590,000 is in course of erection at
A Skin of Beauty is a aoy Forever
DK. T FELIX GOirifAUB'S OKIKNTA
OHEAUi , OIL MAGIC A I. BEAUTJFJLKlt.
c o B-'C' k. Removes Tan , Pimples , Freckle *
Ss X SIb TSJj Moth Patches , Kash. aud Ski ,
S5 M00 2 vsCjS vr * 2L dJsriwea , an'1 every blemish o- ,
W < . o = * i SrKL. - ' A / * \ beauty , and den
.cg-r t - JS'- ? / Gl detection. It lias
stood the test of 64
jrears , and is so
harmless we taste il
to be sure U is prop.
erlj made. Accepl
no counterfeit of
similar name. Dr. L.
A. Sayre said to a
lady of the hant-too
( a patient ) : "As yo
ladieii will ue them ,
I rrconimend 'Qonr-
aud's Cream * as thf
least harmful of all
the Skin prepari * '
' > . tlons. " For rale bj
* all Drufrftists and
Kanoy 3ooda Dealers In the T7. 3. , Canadas and Europs.
T.P.D. T. HOPKINS , Proper. S7 Greit Jones St. , N.T-
To prove the healing and
cleansing power of Pax-
tine ToHet Antiseptic
we will mail a urge trial
package witb book of in
free. This is not a tinj
sample , but alarge package.
enough to convince anyone
of its value. Women all
, over the country are prais
ing Paxtine for what it has done in local
treatment of female ilia , curing all inflam
mation and discharges , wonderful as a cleans
ing vaginal douche , for sore throat , nasal ca
tarrh , as a mouth wash , and to remove tartar
and whiten the teeth. Send to-day ; z. postal
card wjll do.
Bold by drugcNtft or sent postpcld nj at 6 *
jents. Icrere box. SetUrnailnn guaranteed.
H. PAXTOH GO. CM6 Colupaus Ave. . BntJot.
If you kan't reach a man thru his
hoart. thare is no use in trying to
rea h him thru h'z head.
Ib is comparatively easy to see a
ghost , when yu don't want to ; but
nothing iz harder than to find oneby
hunting for it.
His system "Before I asl * you to
prescribe for me doctor , " said the
patient with the shiny black coat ,
"I should like to know what system
you use. " "Ca h , " replied the doc
tor. Chicaco Tribuue.
i TO CTJTtEi Five yenr
I fie 3r t bos of C.A.SCA1-
} E'i'8 wa .inlil. Kotv It !
} over hlx million boxe a
year , ffrenter , than any
similar medicine In the vrorls * . ThJ I ttb elate proof of
ffrcnt merit , and our beat tumtlraonlol. we biwe faith and
will ell CASOASETS absolutely guaranteed to cure or
money refunded. Go buy today , ttvo OOc bozo * , clve them a
fair , honert trial , a per lmt l < a directions , and If you are
not atlcfled , after nile ; one COo box. return the aauaedCOc
box an * the empty IM X to n * by mail , or th drareiaft froot
whom y pnrckaved It. and * e your money back for betA
base * . Take ear advice no matter -what all * yeti tart to
day. B alth will qwlckly follow and ywawUl bl the da
yHflntitartedtWB < eo CASCAK TS. B akfreet ym
IddnMS STERLQfQ BKMKDI CO. , KBIT TOM. or CJUCACO.
W. J. Lampton , the humorous versi
fier , wrote to man who had asked
frim for his photograph : "My Dear
Boy I send you the photograph for
( which you ask. It is such a good
likeness that it hurts. "
When the late "Tom" Ochiltree first
started out in life he went into the
practice of laAv with his father. "Well ,
Torn , " the senior partner is said to
have remarked , "what shall we style
the firm ? " Whereupon Tom Immedi
ately suggested : "Why not Thomas
P. Ochiltree & Father ? "
To explain why his trip had proved
po poor , a commercial traveler once
write a long account of how the weath
er had affected business In the terri
tory ha which he had traveled. In
due time he received this reply from
his firm : "We get our weather reports
from Washington. Don't send us any
mare ; what we want is orders. "
It Is said that Mark Twain was
standing in a crowded street car , hanging -
ing to a strap , the other day. As the
car swung around a corner the strap
foroke , dumping him into the lap of a
jvvell-dressed woman. The humorist
arose and bowed. "Madam , " said he ,
5"this Is the first time the street car
company ever conferred a favor on
' A strange story comes from China
bf a remarkable operation for nppendi-
jcitis performed by Mrs. William U.
'Logan , wife of a medical missionary
) n China. When living in the far in-
lerlor of that vast country , 800 miles
from the nearest doctor , her husband
'was stricken with appendicitis. Dr.
.Logan saw that his only chance of re
covery lay In an operation which ho
asked his wife to perform according
to Instructions which he gave her. A
'more appalling position for a human
; being to be placed in could scarcely
'be imagined ; but this heroic woman ,
[ who , might , perhaps , have screamed if
[ a mouse had run over her feet , placed
( her husband under an anesthetic , and
jwith her unskilled hand successfully
( removed his appendix. Afterward ,
when he had rallied sufficiently to be
moved , she took him 800 miles by
wagon and rail to a physician , who
completed the cure.
A farmer named Ed Armstrong was
.driving a bunch of cattle along the
iroad near Salinas the other day , when
a couple of automobile enthusiasts
'caine ' tearing along at a tremendous
jspeed. Armstrong feared that his cat-
lie would become frightened and stam
pede , so he held up his hand and asked
jthe automobillsts to wait until he could
'get his herd in shape. The men only
'laughed ' at him , and continued going
at full speed , defying Armstrong to
catch them. He applied the spurs to
hiis horse , took down his rlata from the
saddle , and was swinging the loop
preparatory to landing It over their
fheads , when the courage of the occu-
'pants ' of the car waned , and the ma
chine was brought to a sudden stop.
The drivers waited patiently while the
cattleman drove his herd to one side
of the road , and , after thanking them
kindly , he allowed them to pass , with
out even so much as referring to the
'ugly ' disposition th'ey had shown un
til he had forced them to wait.
DUTIES OF THE CARDINAL.
Church Dignitaries Must Hare
Some Exceptional Qualities.
The title of cardinal makes its first
appearance In history In the fourth
century , and church authorities de
clare that the name means "princi
pal , " and that it is also derived from
the Latin "cardo , " the hinge or pivot
of a door. In the early days certain
principal churches in Italy were
known as cardinals , and the title of
cardinal was sometimes given the
chief pastors that directed them. To
this day the canons of the cathedrals
of Milan , Ravenna , Salerno , Naples ,
Cremona , Compostella and Barri wear
scarlet robes while officiating in the
sanctuary. Pope Pius V. ordered them
to relinquish the title of cardinal that
was given them "by courtesy , " though
Jhey retain their robes.
It is a remarkable fact that , though
the office of cardinals is the highest
in the gift of the church next to that
of pontiff , it may be bestowed on any
member of the Catholic church , layt
man or cleric. It does not require that
a man shall have spent his years in
the priesthood or that he should have
worn the robes of bishop. Cardinal
Antonelli , whose opposition to Pope
Leo at one time attracted the atten
tion of the whole world , was appoint
ed while he was yet a lay member
of the church. But once the beretta T
and calotta are bestowed it is obll-
gatory for the recipient to take holy
orders within a certain period of time.
In rank at court the cardinal , wheth
er he be deacon , priest or bishop , Is
equal to a prince of the blood. And
this Is one of the things that give to
the diplomacy of the church much of ,
its power. The representatives of the
iPope at the courts of Austria and
Spain and at Paris hold grave polltl- .
cal powers and their advice is sought
alike by the rulers of the nations and
the leaders of the parliamentary par
ties. The Interests of the church In
these countries are so great that the
Cardinals appointed to represent Rome
jire among the best informed and most
Astute dignitaries at the'command of
At Rome various duties fall to the
lot of the cardinals. Most of them
fold posts at the head of the various
congregations or bureaus in the ad
ministration of church affairs. So im
portant and honorable are the inter
ests consigned to these posts that they
are eagerly sought for by the most
powerful families in the church and
the conduct of a congregation involves
executive capacity of the highest or
The congregations are the consisto-
rlal , for the reunion of dissenting
churches , and the inquisition of holy
office , over which the holy father hims
self presides. Then come the congre-
gatlon f of bishops and regulars , of the
council , the propaganda , the Index , of
rites , of studies and the sacra peni-
teniera. Brooklyn Eagle.
SOME FACTS ABOUT MONEY.
Place that Wealth Plays in Fiction
and in Real Life History.
These are strange times in the ac
cumulation of fortunes stranger than
any fiction could ever have made
them. Think of it for a moment ! An
drew Carnegie , a canny little Scotcli
boy , came to this unknown land a few
decades ago bare-footed and last year
offered to settle the Venezuelan im
broglio between Gennauy , England.J
France and Italy and the South Aiu-n-
lean republic by loaning Venezuela
the entire sum of these international
debts. And yet a fortune so huge as
to permit of such offers is as nothing
to the power of another man. Mr.
Rockefeller , personally a quiet Ameri
can citizen from Cleveland , a simple
liver , with a few habits of luxury ,
could easily buy half a dozen of the
independent kingdoms of Europe.
could without feeling it to any gren ;
extent in his pocketbo-jk take up Us
debts of all the ropuUIcs of Ct-utrrl
and South America.
Again , In 1S44 , Alexander Duma
published a book called "The Count ti'
Monte Cristo , " the ba-i ? rf which ; -
tlie fabulovs weulih of an individual.
The count finds a cave full of almo.- '
priceless jewels. lie'buys men's lives-
ho spends money everywhere ; h
comes to Paris with a notice from his
Italnn bunkers givais ? him unl'mlte' '
credit en a Paris bunk. There is i > - .
limit on what he tan draw from II
Danglers. It is entirely unpreceden.-
ed. Nothing like it was evrr know
before. He draws r 000,000 fraiufc
and ruins the banker and still lias 1:0
complaint from his Roman house. He
rights wrongs ; he saves nv-re lives ,
he punishes the guilty by the use of
unlimited wealth. And then by and
by he leaves Maximilian on the Isl'n :
of Monte Cristo wi-h his bride and
sails away. As Mpihnilian & .ees his
ship disappear on the norizon he finK
Mcnte Cristo's will leavii.g him hi
whole fortune. Thi > fortune , I-uirr ,
suggests in two r thr o p'acps , wr-
100,000,0 0 francs ? ? 0,000,0JjO. It is
the greatest private J rtune the
Frenchman could conceive of in
- It is considerably less tLan the i i
come of John D. Rockefeler in IfK ) .
So you might run on if it did no , ,
tire the brain to conceive more. But.
most remarkable of all , this one in
dividual made his unprecedented
wealth with his own brains. Harpei's
Book Lover is Still Dazed.
A new woman had just moved into
the neighborhood. She was of the dV
tinct literary type. Books were her
Her neighbors called. One of them
in particular seemed to desire to make
an impression. She professed an en
thusiasm for new books and borrowed
several. The books were returned
within a few days , but always with
out comment as to their contents , very
much to the disappointment of the
Book after book was borrowed and
returned with the same result. Fin
ally , after two or three weeks , when
the ambitious neighbor called again ,
a new morocco-bound Bible waa lying
on the parlor stand. The neighbor
picked it up and glanced through it.
"I believe I'd like this , " was the
remark , the same as usual.
"Well take It , " said the obliging
new neighbor , "and when you finish
it let me know how you like it , " she
added , with the slightest twinkle in
her eye and a shade of suspicion in her
The borrower hesitated for a mo
ment , took the book , and was gone
v.'ith it for over a week.
Finally she returned with it , laid it
where she had found it , and , thanking
her obliging friend , started to go with
out a word further.
"Well , how did you like It ? " called
the book lover after the other's re
"O , I don't know , " was returned ;
"if s good in places. But he does final
ly get her in. the end , don't he ? "
The book lover is still dazed.
Silenced by the Glare.
Hetty Green recently bought a par
rot of a bird fancier who warranted
the bird to be a splendid talker , but
Mrs. Green found after some months
that it never made a sound approach
ing the semblance of a word. She
called on the bird fancier and demand
ed an explanation.
"Well , ma'am , " said that worthy ,
"that there bird was brought up in my
humble home , and I expect when it
went to your residence and saw all
the beautiful , luxurious surroundings ,
It was struck dumb with surprise. I
dare say It won't ever talk again , but
thnt ain't no ways my fault , so I can't
take it back. "
Many of man's mistakes are the re
sult of his letting desire get a strangle
hold on duty.
It is nsually the idiot who rocks th ; >
boat that lives to regret it
There is no earthly hope for the man
who boasts of his failures.
J ducatod Oyater .
"A school for oysters , " said a Phil
adelphia dealer in fish , "is an instw
'tution that you would swear coula
not exist , for oysters are notations
for their stupidity. Ib is , however ,
a fact that there are many oystez
schools. An oyster's intelligence is
limited , but still it has intelligence , !
Years ago certain wise Esh dealer *
discovered that if you take an oyster' '
suddenly from its subaqueous bud
opens Its shell , whereupon the life-
Riving water inside it all escapes ,
and the ojster dies. But if you ex
pose an oyster to the air gradually ,
lifting it out of the water for a few
minutes , and then returning 1 #
again , it gradually learns that t
keep its shell closed when out of tha
water is the best thing for its health , }
These Investigators found that inert
could t.ke : two oysters , one trained }
and one untrained , and the trainee ?
oyster , keeping its shell closed while/ /
out of the water , would live a long
time , while the untrained one , opening - ] '
ing its shell , would die in a few ,
hours. Therefore , training schools
for ' oysters were established. The/ /
schools are in appearance nothing
more than reservoirs full of wafrer.j
Oysters are put in them , and tha
water is drained off and then re
turned again. It is kept off for a
f jw minutes at first , then for tea
minutes , then for half an hour , and !
so on. Oystc-rs in thess schools lean *
that they will live longest and keep
healthiest out of water if they hold' '
their shells tight shut. As soon ar
they learn this they are graduated-
and go out iuto the world.
We oiler One Huiurc < l Dollars Ro ard tat
my rae of Cabin u that cuunot be cured b < rj
Hall's ( Jitarrh ( . 'urn. ' '
F. J. CHKNI" ' & CO. . Prop * . . Tole.Io. O
WVj the tiiiJer.ii'ji.ai : hr.v ? known F. .1. Cheney ,
for ( tlio List 15 years , and heli-\v ! hm perfVcfH
honor-- ! all wOi s traattoas ; , and llruui- '
ria.'ly able to carry out ail7 obligation made by1
V.'KST &TiuAX'V\"hole.Hle Dnii Lsts.Toledo..i
' \"AU > IX < ; . Krxx.vx i : MAIIVI.V , Wholesala ;
Jng Kts. Tole-Io. O.
Hall's Catarrh Cure Is tilen Internally. actlniL ,
ilirec-tly ! ij ) ii the lilosvl ami mucous surfaeos or
the sytoii. . Prie ITM. per bottle. Sold byaU
yniiccists. Testlinop 'il > frpfi.
Hall's Family I'ills nre rhe best.
A paper in Soufcb McAlester , In
dian Territory , states that-a ne ro
criminal in tbe Clioctaw Nation wa
so bddly scared by being arrested
tbat he turned an asbcn gray and
bus never recovered his proper color. *
Since then several colored damsels
thereabouts have become rniscbeivous ,
and are courting arrest , so tbat they
may be scared and bleached.
The old-fashioned method of bar
ring the bedroom windows of school-
1-oys in England is responsible for
the burning to death of two Eton
boys. A dormitory caught fire and
two victims were caught Ji e ratrj
in a trap. The bars arc the old de
vice for keeping the boys ii their
rooms after bedtime , in order to pre
vent them from going on night larks. '
Mrs. King , of Corpus Christlj
Tex-s"wns more land than any other
woman in this country , ] peril sips In
the world. Tier holdings amount to
J,300COO acres located in the counties
of Nuces.Hida'gOjStarrjand Cameron.
Her late husband , Capt. King , wsa
one of the old time cattle barons.
Ms. King has about 65,000 cattle
grazing on her bru-id acres.
The man who wields his little bam
mer is always inferior to the man ha
Unnnlly Make SIclcl.v Men and Wotnea *
The "spoiled" child usually makes a
veak , sickly man or woman because
such a youngster las its own -way
about diet and eats and drinks thing *
that are unfitted for any stomach , and
"I was always a delicate spoiled
child , and my parents used to let ma
drink coffee because 1 would cry fee
it , " says a Georgia yonngwoman. .
"When I entered school my nervous
ness Increased and my parents thought
it was due to my going to school , sa
they took me out again. But I did not
get any better and iny headaches got
wcre and -weakened me so that I % vaa
unlit for any duty. Sometimes I would
go a wlr li cay wltLoat any other
nourishment than a cap of coffee.
"Last spring I had a I-ad attack ot
the Grippe , and when I recovered I
found that coffee nauseated me so I
could not drink it , and even a few ,
swallows -would cause a terrible burn
ing in my stomach. Itwas at this
time that a friend -who had been much ,
benefited by the use of Postum sug
gested that I try this food drink. I
found it simply delicious and have
used It ever since and the results
speak for themselves. I have gained
12 pounds and my nerves are as steadf
as any on/s.
"I consider myself well and strong
and I make it a point now to take a
cup of Postum with a cracker or two
as scon as I come home from school
in the afternoon. Po trm with crack
ers or a biscuit makes my luncheon. It
certainly saved my life , for I know
coffee would have killed me In tima
had I continued drinking it.
"I have a young girl friend , a stenog
rapher , who declares nothing strength
ens and refreshes her like Postum ,
and she has a little oil stove in her
office and makes a cup of Postum at
noontime. I have recommended this
wonderful beverage to many of my
friends who know what it has done
for me. " Name given ' by Postum Co. ,
Battle Creek , Mich.
Look in each package for a copy of
the famous little book , "The Road tor
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