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- f % CHICACO MERCHANT
\ MAKES STATEMENT.
1 . \ , After Spending Thousands of Dollars
\ and Consulting the Most Eminent
I I ' , Physicians , He Was Desperate.
. ' CHICAGO , ILLS.-Mr. J. G.
I Becker , of 134 I Van Buren St. , a
- wpll-known wholesale dry goods
1 dealer : , states as follows :
. "I 1 have had catarrh for more
J than thirty years. - Have tried
\ . . everything on earth and spent
Ft J thousands of dollars for other
- \ nedicines and with physicians ,
, K without getting any lasting re
I , } lief , and can say to you that I
have found Peruna the only rem- .
' . ti ( \ edy that has cured me per
_ _ ! t manently.
- n "Peruna has also cured my
\ wife of catarrh. She always keeps
. . It in the house for an attack of
1 Jf . . Cold , which it invariably cures in.
a very short time.
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Mr. L. ROLAND , Bishop of Scran-
/ ton , Pa. feays : - "On the 7th of
this present month , as I was leaving
, the building at noon for lunch. I
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I : returned in the afternoon , and at
four o'clock I could not hold a pen- .
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later and purchased a bottle of
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I went to bed , and the next day I
_ p was able to go to work and use my
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Tk Center of the Earth.
In the Zuni cosmogony , the earth
Is conceived of as flat , and shaped
like a pancake. Being a chosen peo
ple of the gods they were commanded
early In their tribunal career to go to
the exact center of the world , and
there build their homes ; and one of
the . most interesting legends of the
people relates the story of their wan
derings in search of the middle place ,
and tells how they knew It when they
reached It. It Is about 200 yards south
of their village in western New Mex
ico , 35 miles , south of Gallup on the
Santa Fe route. It is marked by a
crude shrine , built like a bake oven ,
out of flat stones. Two large -remov
able flagstones close the entrance ,
which faces the rising sun.
On the top are a number of concre
tionary -formations , known to the In.
dians as thunder stones. In the in.
terior are large numbers of feather
tufted prayer sticks , and several earth.
enware vessels filled with sacred
meal. Numerous remonial dances ,
In the nature of rain-making rites , are
performed around this holy place.
THE KENTUCKIAN WAS PLEASED ,
He Secured a Good Half-Section In
Central Canada. ' .
It Is not only from Kentucky , but
from thirty-five to forty different
states that there comes the expression
of satisfaction from those who have
taken up lands in Central Canada as
a free homestead . or have purchased
Mr. E. K. Bell , of Frankfort , Ken
tucky , writes to a Canadian \govern'
ment official , and says : "I have just
returned from Alberta , overjoyed with
my trip. .Your , literature was very
flattering , but not half what I found
it. I bought a half section between ,
Calgary and Edmonton , one mile from
railroad , near a good town. This is the !
best country I ever saw or ever expect
to see. I will go in the spring and
get to work on my place. I think it
Is the coming country of the world. "
Some of the papers describe the set.
tling of the Canadian West as "becom
ing a fever with a great many people.
The lure of its golden promises is
creeping into" their hearts and many :
are they who are answering the , call
of that unsettled territory. " This !
paper editorially cautions its readers
to exercise care and thought before
moving to a distant country. This
would be a wiss precaution , and is ex
actly what the Canadian officials aslr
The success of the settler who has
made Canada his home for years is
the best evidence that can be offered
And of the large number of Amen
cans who have made their homes In
Canada , very fAW have returned. Al )
California's petroleum output has
been steadily increasing : for , several
year , in 1908 reaching the record . fig-
ure of 44,864,742 barrels.
PILES CURED IN : 6 TO 14 DAYS.
PAZO OINTMENT is guaranteed to cure any '
case of Itching Blind Bleeding or Protruding
Piles in 6 to 14 days or moner refunded. 50c.
Great Britain's foreign trade in nina
months of the present year has in-
creased 4 % per cent. Imports hav
risen $7,290,000 and exports $5,899,000.
WHEX YOUIt JOINTS AKE STIFF
and muscles so re from cold rheumatism or neural-
pia ; when you slip. strain or bruise yourself use
Perry IJavis' Painkiller. The home remedy 70 years.
Alexander had defeated and captured
"How do you wish to be treated ? " he
"Like a king ! " answered , Porus , with .
"Good ! " exclaimed his conqueror. "I
was thinking of using you as a plas-
ter. " .
For already he was beginning to lie
stuck on him , as It were.
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For Infants and Children.
Hie Kind You Have
Always Bqught .
Lr For Over
Thirty Years t
THC : CCNTAOR COII ANY. NEW VOHK CITY.
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I THINGS YOU HAY NOT KNOW ]
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This country has 90D trade journals.
At the age of 70 years ' a man has
consumed ninety-five tons of food.
Soldiers in the Russian army are to
carry compasses . with v luminous nee-
Two thousand -million microbes are
sometimes injected into a person's
blood to cure diseases.
Cavalry officers in Italy undergo a
course of Instruction in pigeon train
ing for military purposes. .
The smallest screws are those made
in watch factories. An ordinary thim
ble would hold 100,0,00 of them.
The Eastern states , from Maine to
Alabama , produced gold worth $259,143
and silver worth $35,070 last year.
Covering an area of 2,450 acres , the
largest hydraulic gold mine in the
world is in Trinity county , California.
The lighthouse of Helgoland has a
light of 20,000,000-candle .power. At'
Nuremberg a lamp ten times as pow-
erful has been made.
There are about 170,000 oil pro-
ducing wells in the United States , rep-
resenting directly and indirectly an
outlay of about $700,000,000.
A young oak grows three feet in
three years. In the same time an elm
grows eight feet three inches , and a
willow nine feet three inches.
One Scotch casualty insurance com
pany is offering policies to aviators ,
while another * will extend all future
policies to cover the risks of aviation
Consul Isaac Manning of La Gual-
ra forwards samples of the jipijapa
palm used in the manufacture of Pana
ma hats , brought from near Barquisi
meto , and which he is told grows in
many other parts of Venezuela.
Among the important improvements
contemplated in Japan are the quad.
rupling of the Tokio-Yokohama rail
way , and the improvement of the
Kioto-Kobe line , so that a very much
higher speed may be devel ped.
The study of foreign languages is
making rapid progress in German
schools. Most of the teachers are na
tive born French and English. This
work is a powerful factor in Ger
many's progress as a power on inter-
Breweries and tanneries and print
ing ink factories confer exemption
from tuberculosis , and employes in
turpentine factories never have rheu-
matism. Copper mining excludes the
possibility of typhoid among the work
The wife of. a Jerseyman was ad
vertising for a serving maid. The
Jerseyman is an editor and his wife
has learned the habit of cutting out
unnecessary words. This is the way
the advertisement read : "Wanted-
A white , semi-green ,
New York Sun.
There is no such thing as a forest
of mahogany. The mahogany tree
lives by and for itself alone. It stands
solitary of its species surrounded by
the smaller trees and dense under-
growth of the tropical forest , 'rearing '
its head above its neighbors. Two
trees to the acre are a liberal esti
In Berlin the waiters' association is
considering the plan of making tips
obligatory and according to a fixed
table. In the cheaper places they pro-
pose that the customer shall pay to the
waiter 12 per cent of the amount of
his bill and in the large establish
ments the attentive "Kellner" will be
satisfied with 8 per cent.
This one comes from Missouri ,
where one editor "showed" them why :
"An evangelist asked all the men
present who were honest and paid
their debts to stand up. All rose but
one. He said he was the local editor
and couldn't pay his debts , because
the men standing were his deliquent
subscribers. " - Atlanta Constitution.
In the Russian campaign the per
sonal baggage of Napoleon's brother ,
Jerome Bonaparte , who married > Eliza
beth Patterson of Baltimore , contained
lixty pairs of boots , 200 shirts and 318
pocket handkerchiefs. The transpor
tation of his wardrobe entire required
several heavy wagons , while his whole
campaigning kit stretched over half
Thackeray was six feet two inches
in height and Sir H. W. Lucy says the
great novelist wore a 7-inch hat ,
beating Dickens and John Bright by
a full half inch. Mr. Gladstone's hat
was 7-inch measurement-the same
as \Iacauley's-while Beaconsfield
needed a full 7-inch. The hat of Dan
iel O'Connell , however , would have
beaten them all , measuring 8y3 inches
by 10 inches.
A portrait bust , heroic in size and
erected on an artistic pedestal , of
Marie Wilt in the part of Norma , was
unveiled recently in the foyer of the
Royal Opera House at Vienna. Wilt
died in 1891 after a brilliant career ,
but the acceptance of the bust by the
management was , nevertheless , a great
surprise to the patrons of the opera ,
Because previously no woman had beem
honored in that way.
Canada's legal gold coinage is that
of the United States. If a man goes
to a Canadian bank to demand gold
for notes or for credit of any kind - ,
the law says that he shall be paid
In United States gold. Again , if Ca-
nadian gold from a Canadian goldv
mine is to be sold it must go to the
United States mints. There is no
place in Canada where this can be
assayed and stamped with the offlciaj }
estimate of its value. i
A Disappointment. .
"Uncle Jed , " asked his neighbor
Tiow is your bey getting along a ;
college ? "
"First rate , " ' answered Uncle Jed
"He , hasn't cost : ; me a cent. He's work
ing his way through , he's winning al'
the class honors , and they've prom
ised him a professorship of some
"Great Scott ! " gasped his neighbor ,
"is that all ha is doing ? With that big
husky frame of bis I supposed he'd be
playing center by this time ! " - Chica -
Bad Doble ,
The greatest of all horsemen , says :
"In my 40 years' experience with
horses I have found Spohn's Distem
per Cure the most successful -of all
remedies for the horses. It is the
greatest blood ! purifier. " Bottle , 50c
and $1.00. Druggists can supply you ,
or manufacturers. Agents wanted.
Send for Free Book. Spohn Medical
Co. , Spec. Contagious . Diseases ,
Goshen , Ind.
First lobster-My : children were
caught on the shore this mor"ning and
taken up to that fashionable hoel.
Second lobster-That's too bad , but
there's one consolation.
First lobster-And that is ?
Second lobster-They will get into
the best society. - Cleveland Plain
WHEN YOU'RE AS HOARSE as a crow. When
you're coughing and gasping. When you'vo an old-
fashioned deep-seated cold , take Allen's Lung Bal
sam. Sold by al ! druggists : , 25c , 50c and $1.00 bottles.
Side Lights on History.
Peter the Great had started in to
learn the ship carpenter's trade.
"I would have shipped as a sailor
before the mast , " he explained , "only I
don't like the idea of being : called 'old
Warning the jackies that "shiver my
timbers ! " would be considered lese
majesty and punished as such , he pro-
ceeded to chase the shavings along the
work bench.-Chicago Tribune. ' /
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup for
children teething , softens the 'gums , re-
duces inflammation , allays pain , cures
wind colic. 25c a bottle.
No Apologies to Offer.
Stranger ( in Drearyhurst-You peo-
ple tiere don't clean the snow off your
sidewalks very well , do you ?
Uncle Welby Gosh-No , sir. It saves
the sidewalks an' we b'lieve In con-
servin' our resources. See anything
else you don't like , mister ?
Dr. Pierce's Pellets , small , sugar-
coated , easy to take as candy , regulate
and invigorate stomach , liver and bow-
els. Do not gripe.
An investigation of the boy workers
of London revealed that the newsboys
were the most healthy , and those em-
ployed by the bakers the least so.
$100 Reward , $100. !
The reader ) of this paper will be pleased
to learn that there Is at least one dreaded
diseasa that science has been able to cure
In all its stages , and that is Catarrh. Hall's
Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure now
known to the medical fraternity. Catarrh
being a constitutional disease- requires a
constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarri
Cure Is taken Internally , acting directly
upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the
system , thereby destroying the foundation
of the disease , and giving the patient
strength by building up the constitution aiid
assisting nature in doing its work. The
proprietors have so much faith in Its cura
tive powers that they offer One Hundred
Dollars f6r any case that It fUs to cure.
Send for list of testimonials.
Addres , F. J. CHENEY CO. , Toledo , O.
Sold by all Druggists , 75c.
Take ! Hall's Family Fills for constipation.
A Matter of Necessity.
"Papa , why don't you close your store
on Christmas ? "
"Why , child mine's a cigar store.
People have got to have their smokes
on Christmas. same as any other day. "
Children Who Are Sickly.
Mothers should never be without a box
of Mother Gray's Sweet Powders for Chil-
dren. They break : up colds in 24 hours ,
cure Feverishness , Constipation , Headache ,
Teething Disorders and Stomach Trou-
bles. Over 10,000 testimonials. At all
Druggists , 25c. Ask to-day. Sample mailed
FREE. Address , Allen S. Olmsted Le
Roy. N. Y.
At the Xifflit School.
Teacher-You have heard , I presume ,
of the "fourth estate. " Have you any
Idea what it is ?
Shaggy Haired Pupil-Yes , sir ; it's
a quarter section of land.
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Take LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine Tablets.
Druffgrists refund money if it fails to cure. E. W.
GROVE'S signature is on each box. 25c.
Comanche Pete-Yeh , pard , I knowed
'Im. He died with his boots on. \
Foreign Tourist - Deah me ! How
very singular ! Is that one of your-aw
fads out here ?
A good honest remedy for Rheumatism ,
Neuralgia and Sore Throat is Hamlins
Wizard Oil. Nothing will so quickly
drive out all pain and inflammation.
Another Form of it.
VisItor-Come here , my dear ; whose
pretty little girl are you ?
Housemaid - 'Sh , Mrs. JImes ! The
courts 'aven't decided yet.
Free to Our Readers.
Write Murine Eye Remedy Co. , Chicago , ,
for 48-page illustrated Eye Book Free.
Write all about Your Eye Trouble and
they will advise as to the Proper Appli !
cation of the Murine Eye Remedies in
Your Special Case. Your Druggist will
tell you that Murine Relieves Sore Eyes ,
Strengthens Weak Eyes , Doesn't Smart
Soothes Eye Pain , and sells for 50c. Try
It in Your Eyes and in Baby's Eyes'for
Scaly Eyelids and Granulation. '
- The "Personal Recollections of Suth
erland Edwards , " English music critic ,
records that after the peace of 1815
it used to be the rule for every hussar
to wear a black mustache , and those
who had neither a black mustache nor
a fair one which they could dye were
required to paint the semblance of a
black : mustache on their upper lip.
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If you had positive proof that a certain ' remedy for .
female ills had made many remarkable cures , would you
not feel like trying it ?
If during the last thirty years we have not succeeded in \ -
fair-minded that E. Pink-
, convincing every - woman Lydia . -
ham's Vegetable Compound has cured thousands and thou- .
sands of women of the ills peculiar to their sex , then we
long for an opportunity to do so by direct'correspondence.
Meanwhile read the following letters which we guarantee
\ to be genuine and truthful. ' . .
Hudson , Ohio. - " ! suffered for a lonpr time from a weakness
inflammation , dreadful pains each month and suppression. I
had been doctoring and receiving only temporary relief , when a
friend advised me to take Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com
pound. I did so , and wrote to you for advice. I have faithfully
followed your directions and now , after taking only five bottles .
of the Vegetable Compound , I have every reason to believe I am
a well woman. I give you full permission to use my testimoniaL" .
-IUra. Lena Carmocino , Hudson , Ohio. R. F. D. No. 7.
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'ill1m ! i 1t' : :1mm1 : and it would last from two to three weeks. I . .
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11 ; ; iH. . . 1 .it liam's Vegetable Compound in dry form. I am
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0 j' ability of this grand old remedy , made from
- 0 the roots and herbs of our fields , to cure
female diseases. We possess volumes of proof of this fact .
enough to convince the most skeptical.
For 30 years Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound has been the standard remedy for ) I .
female ills. No sick woman does justice to ( I
herself who will not try this famous medicine.
Made exclusively from roots and herbs , and 7" -
has thousands of cures to its credit.
i SSSS * ' Mrs. Pinkham invites all sick women , , , "
fiaPiF to write her for advice. She has \ j ' , '
guided thousands to health free of charge.
Address Mrs. Pinkham , Lynn , Mass. E PINKHAM
A - a Base.
"Professor , is there any foundation
for the belief that every particle of
matter is a universe in itself ? "
" ' ry dear sir , you can found any be-
lief on human credulity.-Chicago
Raw Eczema on Hand
"I had eczema on my hands for ten
years. I had three good doctors but
none of them did any goo'd. I then
used one " 'box of Cuticura Ointment
and three bottles of Cuticura Resolvent
and was completely cured. My : hands
were raw all over , inside and out , and
the eczema was spreading all over my
body and limbs. Before I had used
one bottle , together with the Cuticura
Ointment , my sores were nearly
healed over , and by the time I had
used the third bottle , I was entirely
well. To any one who has any skin
or blood disease I would honestly ad-
vise them to fool' with nothing else ,
but to get Cuticura and get well. My
hands have never given me the least
bit of trouble up to now.
"My daughter's hands" this summer
became perfectly raw with eczema.
She could get nothing that would do
them any good until she tried Cuti-
cura. She used Cuticura Resolvent
and Cuticura Ointment and in two
weeks they were entirely cured. 1
have used Cuticura for other members
of my family and it always proved suc
cessful. Mrs. M. E. Falin , Speers
Ferry , Va. , Oct. 19 , 1909. "
_ Seeds Planted in Eggshells.
Fill half an eggshell with good rich
earth , stick in a seed or two , stand
the shell up in a box of earth , keep it
warm and moist , and then , when you
think you can trust the weather out
of doors and the seeds have sprouted ,
you knock the shell off and put the
little ball of ea"rth Into Mother Earth ,
and there you are. Not a root has
been disturbed , and if you choose a
favorable time for transplanting there
will not be a wilted leaf to retard the
growing of the plant.
yVhat Governor Daneen , of Illinois ,
, Says About It :
Governor Denoon , of Illinois , ovmn a sec -
tion of land in Saskatchewan.
Canada. Ho has said in
I " an interview :
- ' "A3 an American I am
dolinhtcd to tho .
-t 7. , ' J - markable progress of
Western Canada. Onr
people aro flocking across
ifr tho boundary in thou
'SrA . 1 sands and I havo not yet
- 4met ono vrho admitted
' - . . . . ' ' , 'i ho had mudo a mistake.
. d 4 They nro all doing troll.
There it scarcely n com
munity in tho Middle or
Western States that has
not a representative in Manitoba.
: : . - . ' Saskatchewan or Alberta. "
. . -i 125 Million Bushels cf
WIiea In 1909
. Western Canada Held crops for
I , * 1309 will cosily yield to tho farm
. - . er S17O.OOO.OOO.OO In cosh.
. ; ; ' - - ; , . - - Freo Homesteads of ICO acres ,
. and pre-emptions of 16O acres
. td.s nt 83.00 an acre. Railway and
- - - J4 . Land Companies havo land for salo
. at reasonable prices. Many farm
' i era have paid for their land out
, ' of the proceeds of ono crop.
Splendid climate , good schools ,
. excellent raUway facilities , low
, . . - freight rates , wood , water and
ig4- . lumber eaiilly obtained.
: J , For pamphlet "Last Best West , "
? ( & ? c ! particulars and low Bottlers' as to suitable rate , apply location to
. Sup't of Immigration. Ottawa.
Can. , or to the following Canadian Oov't Azents : ,
E. T. Holmes. 315 Jackvon St. . St. Paul. Minn. , and
J. M.MacLachlan.BoxllC.Watertown , South Dakota.
( Use address nearest you. )
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I For Asthma , Bronchitis and
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Sere II afflicted Eyes , WIIb use THOMPSON' 8 fIE WAIER
S. C. X. U. - - - No. 7-1910.
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The Tenderfoot Farmer
It was one of these experimental farmers , who 'put greea
spectacles on his cow and fed her shavings. His theory-
was that it didn't matter what the cow ate so long as she
was fed. The questions of digestion and nourishment had
- not entered into his calculations.
It's only a .tenderfoot" . farmer that would try such .
an experiment with a cow. But many a farmer feeds him
self regardless of digestion end nutrition. He might almost as well eat shav
ings for all the good he gets out of his food. - The result 'is that the stomach
grows "weak" the action of the organs of digestion and nutrition are impaired
end the man suffers the miseries of dyspepsia and the agonies of nervousness. .
To strengthen the stomach , restore the activity of the or
ans of digestion and nutrition and brace up the nerves . .
xrse Dr. Pierce9a Ga/cferr Medical Discovery. It is an un t
failing remedy , and has the confidence of physicians as
, - well as the praise of thousands healed by its use.
In the strictest sense "Golden Medical Discovery" is a temperance medi ; -
cine. It contains neither intoxicants nor narcotics , and is as free from alcohol . . : :
as from opium , cocaine and other dangerous drugs. All ingredients . printed oa
its outside wrapper.
Don't let a dealer delude you for his own profit. There is no medicine for
stomach , liver and blood "just as good" as "Golden Medical Discovery. " \ I
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