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About Bohemia nugget. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1899-1907 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 30, 1903)
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Yt weak, puny elilblreii ar
Ulia. it wlili H em ""l
tta oii'l Y ,"""r ,r"m
j'.niiiii'iii lii'H' ml" rn Imiiclio In
lbs Jif. k . Iim"wW. MttAlltHlua. Wlip-
y(lli ii.nmuwl r-yelhle, Him mn,
rlilri". mlNltlt, wiulliiK. mill geimfal
ftill Me li. Kii I vt"ty nihI fthwiluts-
' ,U eUti'llirlit U on the
HHIOi"l lf 1M HWWIll OIIISS til"
Wr,iliwe bava wrlit'
. )y it.inrMKf ll Klofilt. Willi eleven
li ami about heresrt. Hood's
(HrMi " ' MM twummmdwl Mot
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r.., t.int." Mm, J. II. J.-. l'Ml
Hoed' Bnmnpnrllln promises to
euio anil he Ilia ifomle,
iIhi Aiimnj IMutaltd.
fiiM.lM-r t.l iridic r.llll'
tl .' highly Imiiliil In an
. ..iim ..I llir eltii.ti.m. Tim
. '.iltiiig lnikkr-H-r, lottik
. , I , ntl rolli-fr gradual!
i . i iiiliriia, rrfUitliiga lurid
I lie tliM.fi-a i. I loam tin
,..,iini I'.r ili i.i(iii .. all
il rrlrtw by Ignorance
li il.uli. all i rime l tMlrtli-
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' f lliry M-llltf llm hrrlirvl
- 1 1... moat i-.ieu-riilMt.-l alien
. noteworthy, at, that rp
. .1 tllK rloilial, ll.r legal.
. -i. l prifiatofit ati. Iiiriiith
i. ug iiuiiitwi ..I .iiiiM-v of
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mdl Ibt wo btf tttr kA4 In Hit boutt t.tit
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I w.l lit) l lb It let tania ..f tout t'AIK'AKlrrfl.
n.l ltir rrnti.! ma vain in btr l.ftl tlnibai
linmtdltialgr Wa both lr.irtaihdCtMiru"
flit. a .i.iH.
1'liubutf Silt l)(v.u o. ruuturi.
rittiini. r.i.uti., im.m. Tult Ool Pa
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CURB CONSTIPATION. .
t.4r rrr. uii. airi, t it,
HQ.Tn.nftR "M tl) anartmaaj t all 4ff.
mm i aim , 1 1, ii i., ,
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KB Tt, P CATHARTIC
Jfcte iaoi ua isiariMO
SPEAKS FOR ITSELF
You know when rich, red Mcwxi Is couralnc throtigh
llic veins, for it allows in iho brlRhtneas ol the eye, tho
licauty nnil cleaniegfl of tho complexion, the smooth, fair
emu, nnn robust, iicnllliy coniilltiiiioii.
tlmt imparts strcitKtli nnd ciicry to
licaUhluliitRs nud v eor. Good blood
to be physically nnd mentally sound it
I'conle with irooil lilnral (maacaSKlronir.
steady nerves nnd nio blest with Rood
"I'Ietltca and (ll(;ctlon, nml enjoy
f'Qunil, rcfrchlii( sleep. If we could
n ways maintain the purity of the
blood then wc mKht enjoy perpetual
1'calth, but It becomes infccteil nml
J'olaoncd and most of the ills thot aflllct
iiimanlty nnd undermine tho constitu
tion ari) caused by nn luipovcrlshcd
fr polluted condition of this vital fluid.
l When the blood is diseased thesklii
loses its healthy appearance, nnd the
tomnlcxlon, its frcslmcss nud benuty
ami becomes red nnd rottRli and full of
pimples and splotches. Itchlnu, ncnly
eruptions, blnckhends, boils and rashes
weak out upon the body when the
ii '3 lco Ioor or to nml ncil1,
"ml Is not supplying proper nourish'
meat to the system. Debility, poor
JPPetlte, bad digestion, restless sleep
BUd nervniiuoMBa Ari.. .M fiotu
. ."HUllfcDH IHIIIU IIIUII WUI..V
c:,isl,.ei".,l".,.r?. ll'l" "y $
iu nuiiii up mo 1)100(1, rceiuiw i -- . nroner way to
iiutrltlous nKu is the only rational tresttnent. and t he FP ,wu 7
Ert ridof aklu troubles. Tbero is no remedy I ke S. S. 8J f"',,.
M. ; . """C'uuioncprcss ug iccuiiko ' "V ,.: , n Hood and Si
belnKsofgoodl caltli. S, 8, 8, is nature a remedy 'lor oioou an
??i Itcon'talusno minerals whatever, bu lBn "dher Mor
Jm V' U for freo book. No charge for medical advice or otuer i
A I '1.1)11 III Outllliiii
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li" firri. tnn m rrartl at (l.i ni.,,,, '
l.y , limn Im.inin ratlilrra ,, ,Uttba i
lint. H lllliw mil l. il,.... i.... i. ., . I
"W. Till, (art , ht,mu,i .ml .1
1 1.x liinrral ..I Waller H. l,.,,. ,.
alilr nl a liaal Unk, l,
ii'imU-r i.l IliniiinHlnii caali
lra ..I lli town i.r irrai.ii i,
Mir Mihlly Habit.
Tim I l..r la y.mt a n,
alwiwr, Sir, Hlnl.li?
HliilitH-Vra, ..retiy aj,,,.!.
TJia Iiirl..i ), ,)m t ,,, ,w., 8,
a. M Itw l.m. in Ilia plllii?
tUWVII r aim (., (ji
a am aa aim t..iu dm my it ia ki.t
Willi itallxiiiv Dm aimr
'''"i ' ami llm mullwrry Iral
Ily llm 1 1 in llm M man Kt, lmu
rlwl llm lu.,1 liaa grown-up rhtlilmi.
Olvo a aaili bona tu him who Irllt
llm truth, .) thai a aomi at lie liaa
lulil Il lie may rlj anil rarajie.
lie nl an arvvra that yi are liUin.-.l
(ur II, rrnr m gntt that you an
tramjilnl umki r it.
II yuii date In gather lliurut, iln n
ly tit tlrangt-r'a Imnd.Mary A. Ma
oil In "In Lighter Vein" In tlm N.
"Helen I a prrtty trllit girl."
"Ill lat nayT"
"Why, lairl night t tohl Imr aim ha.1
her Imail on my eliuiiUler "
"What illil lm Mr, ol.l man'"
"Why, aim mM thai nat iilliliii I.,
liat I Kotilit iae on in) thiailili-ra
olmii 1 girt marrleil." t'hlragu .Vent.
"Il at in ill ir ilat a (rllir a.,i
hrke out o' a II mm hirt tlmh ilv
-l-t-a-l-a W.4 !i-a ilat mean'"
"1'r.r.inh ile tliiuata IVy tniial
hatr .ltifKT-. him In le aluiulrk "
"Hut .).') ha! i liawil him two iU)a
an' hr Ita.ln'l hail nol'iu' to eat."
' Ikrn ile r'a Hrung. Il Mighler
a i.l he aa thot t'luugli ile appetite."
Mlta White Ho yo' finally lit lal
Ham Coal kit )''?
11 im Hnow Ya aa; il ay lie arid-
(t,l Alt I tot rwililn'l Itr'p IK Jle tll
rl Ali'.l low him lo kla me letlm
lime heM 1 In ile eetilvnl' ImUn'ii
l..i (miy-loh mlnlla.
l'irtt ( lialtrtir I'ultrr ought to h
put out ol lite auto elub; h'a no true
HeeoiiU Chaflrur Why, Mhat'i llm
Itiailrr with l iilirrT
lint Chauffeur Ile ruin people
iliiwn jiromlM-uoualy ulthout rten tool
lug a horn. A regular pet'huuter.
When Sijuttira Occur.
George There li a pretty tight
a.ieeie III n all atreet.
Marine There are tome pretty tight
on. e in Ihll alreet too.
i,r,.rgf Why, there la no alock ez
haiHt III ihla atrwl, la there?
Ma) me No, but there are 1mm J
JaunJIre I tee by the par that
Nenprl li likely tu nUiixlMirU
lllllima Hhortly? Oreat Pool 1 1
Can Newport be more abaixIiHinl than
It haa been lor llic latl len )Cra:
A Slight Drawback.
I "Yea, ll' n ph-aauro lo two her cat
mm off the cob. Her teeth ore an
while anil e.en ami her lll are ao full
of red, anil alio haa the cuniilngc'l,
pieo. Hut thero a olio thing Iilliln'l
like about It."
I "What wna that'"
I "II took- live ear to aallify her."
it is roou uiowi .
the hotly nnd keens it in n state w
is the foundation ol good licalth, aim
must be itepi pure auu umu.u
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. lh.t haalthl tnr blood
A mm .it ,
waa tn bad order, mr guma being
eery much ulcerated. I began the luta
of 0. II. 8 and In a remarkably abort
tlm waa aound and well. My appe
tite inoreaaed wonderfully and my
food ar7.d with m. X tblnk it t. a
fin family medlolna.
For thraa y ears I bad Tattar on my
bfnd.. l'.rt of th tlm. th. dlaa...
waa In th form of running aoroa,
painful and o.u.lng
dlaoomfort. Four doctor. ..Id th.
TatUr had progr.aaad too far to b.
eu d' and th.y could do notb ng f or
ma. I took only three bottle, of U.B.B.
flfte.n yoara ago, and I b.T. mtot
alnoo ...n any .ign of air old trouble.
MltB. Ii.D. JA0K8ON.
mat lit. Paul St.. K.u... Oltgi a.
,.f nronertles nnd make it rich
V ontldo ea id removes rom tu
1 Nnma la Norval,
M; niina U Norral; on Uit Oramplan
My father frr.lt h, nka a frugal
W'liMt rwi.tant caret were lo Increaa
Anil keep hit only aon. myaelf, at lioma.
I'ur I bad tttar. 0f iMitilet. and 1 longed
To folluw ., ih c.l aoint warlike lord;
And Inarm tooti rultI wbat my air
Thli tnoun which rw lut ulgbt, round
at my thleld,
Had el yet Oiled brr koma, wbrn, by
A, land uf Oarct barbirtana from tba bllla
lluiked Ilka a lurrtnt down uiwn Uia
Hwwptng our Hoekt tuj brrda. Tba
Tor aafely and for mccor. 1 aluna.
Whb beaded bow and qulrtr full of ar
Itotered about tba inetay. and marke)
Ilia road U loeki tbaa Laaled to my
U'knm, wlib a troop of fifty ebotrn mm,
I nwl tdranelnr. Tba purault I led,
1111 we o'ertouk Ibt apolltocumbcred
Wa fouxbt and eunqutred. Cra a twon)
An arrow from my bow bad plcrcrd tlitlr
Who wort that day tba arma wblcb now
lietginbu boat to triumph, I dltdatni-d
Hit ikepktM'i tlothful Ufa; and harlot;
That our food Meg had auuunoned hit
To trad their warrtora to tba Carron
I Itfl toy fathtr'a hoUJM, and look with
A obo-ee lerrant to eooduet lay aupi
Vea irerabKsg toward who feraook Lit
Jourotylng with title Inteat. I paed
Aad. hearca dlreeted, case thla day lo
Tba bappy iked that glide my butoblt
JobB I low.
l'low geMly, awtat Afteo, among thy
Flow gtlly, I'll alag tate a aoog In thy
My Mary'i atlrtp by thy murmuring
Flow gially. twt Aftoa, dltturb not
Tttou atwekdote whet echo raeound
fkrautk lb fflen.
Yt wild whittling UatkUrdi la yoa
T4.JU rmm -created lapwing, thy acraam
I Hiarge dlaturb not my alumberlng
How lefty, iwrrt Aftoo, thy nrlghborlng
Kar narked with the court ra of clear-
T. .l.llv I .itLl., t ruvn riu-a hlich.
My Cockt and my Mary'a awtl cot U
How pleauint thy banka and green ral
Where wlkl la th w-oodlande die prim-
rotet blow I
There eft at mild errnlog awrept orer
. i. - i..
The aeeet teeated blrk ahadea my Mary
Thy crjttal etrcaio, Aftoo, how lortly it
And wlnda by the cot wbr my Mary
How wanton thy wnlera her anowy feat
Aa gathering eweet flonareta, aha ateme
thy cb-ar word
Flow gently, enret Afton, among thy
green brace !
Flow gently, enret rlrer. th Uiema of
My Mary'a aelcep by thy murmuring
Flow gently, ewret Afton, dlaturb not
llow Tramp Hawed Wood.
Harry S4iideraou,.mannger for Tony
lm llvpa at Cranford, N. J.,
r..!oi,L. luinii-ularlr well, took a
t.tfc ., . ... -
day off recently and remained at home.
From the winnow oi me numrj u oo
aerved n tramp entering but gate, and
lio walked down to th rear door to
meet Itlin. It waa the old tory- re
ijueat for a meal. Having a load of
iiUMiweil wood In tbo .bed, bo told
tho fellow tlmt If he got to work and
performed on the aawbuck for a brief
period he would have Kmethlng pre
parM for him.
Tlm tramp went to the ahed and Im
mediately tho eouiut of vigorous saw
lug waa heard, aUck after Hick part
ing tiiulor til. energetic effort.. Calling
.i,. inmti into the kitchen. Sanderson
complimented him upon bl. energy.
and tho tramp repuea wun a miiuni
.i. i,.i n-iihiover he had anything to
do he generally paid attenUon to It.
The meal waa earen aim iu muiy
etpresaed hla thanka and departed.
Shortly after Banderaon wept out to
the .IhhI and wa. aurprlaed to find
.n..ir nt wood Intact. Uvon In-
oulry In the vUlago ho aacertalnod that
bo had been entertaining a .trended
vontrlloqut.t, who w woramg uia
way back to Now York from Enaton,
pa, Tho mean chap had .Imply gono
Into tho ahed sua ITlven him Imitation
of .awing wood. iwcne.ier n-
Pauiior Imnatlo. In Ilrltala.
,.inL ilia last ten year, tho
menu.. . .. .
number of cwtWirf jvauper lunaUc. In
the Hritleh laio. una oeeu ... .... "
.. i..i,i.. i. inenalnir all over tho
country- .Torn to th.plic.1 rm
and tho tal u mo anme. .v--.-".
... t..ih to tho examining
ZlTeal offlccrs every It ta. ju.t
been found uecetrj'
. i.ihr. welirht nnd chest
"c Fremont to "a degree which U
milta lndcllnlte. With all moi cm nth
? i,. la aUU a dollulte tend-
e y to IncrcnKdlnsunlty and to phy.
u'1' : ...... i i.nt Ilrllnln at
leal degcuenuioii -
tha present day.
. .i,a wnrka usually pays hli
debt., a. ho onoy. Hut the .loaf,
!; 1. nearly alway. a dead beat, he-
r.iita ho haa no mom-x
IIIIS DAINTY DAMS! I
IS A WHISKY DRUMMER
John Hull hna been at aome patna to
Rather flgurea about !ier employ
incnta for women In hi domain, ami
Hid reaulta are atinirlaliig. It nppeara
that In Knglauil mill Walea alone, thero
are nearly it.(M) women boot nm k era,
3,330 ropeiimker, 4,780 amlille makera,
fi.1 10 who iimkn a living by gnrili-iilng,
3.860 hulehera, '-.'7,707 Who kwp body
anil aoul ingether hy tending bar, near
ly ii.uuu nieyrie inakera, ami the high
at figure of nil 117.0-10 tallora. It lip-'
peara that there aro female bnlllffa, '
bontmi'ii, hollermaki-ra, brl.kliiyera,
Iron folindera, pluinbura, pinalerera,
alnughterera ami velerlnnry aiirgeona
One woman In tbo kingdom la act down
na a dock laborer, and n not Lit la a
ro.d laborer, while 210 ar undertakers
and 12 are shepherd..
One bright little Irlah girl, who man
aged to eacap. the census altogether,
ha. lately branched out for herself as
a commercial traveler in whisky, and
supposed to be the only women "whisky-drummer"
in ISngl.nd, if not In tbo
world. fibo I. Miss Victoria Short,
daughter of a Tlpperary properly own
er, whose reduced circumstances on ac
count of land agitation made it neces
eary for tho girl to earn ber own liv
ing. When given the offer she hesitated,
but finally accepted, and she has now
become in object of mucb crltlclam
and curioilty. Sbe ha. succeeded so
well tb.t .be Is making a great suc
ceed of It. Oddly enough. Mis. Short's
employer is a man named Tall.
MAKING SANDALWOOD OIL.
New 1'roccat Hat lletn Ulecovcred He
caullj I'uralj by Accldeut.
One of the moat valuable of oils,
both to the perfumer and Ibe pbarma
clit, is that extracted from sandal
wood. Its discovery I. due, like others
07 -importance, to accident, .ay. th
Halurdav T.n Von Ur. D.vld T.
Day of the United 'htafer-tfeo'oif 'cI
Society wa. making roino small cneunH
cal experiment, the other day on u
mantelshelf of bis office In Washington.
Ho had some crude petroleum from a
Texaa well nnd was putting It through
various proceuc. more for amusement
than anything else, wlnn he noticed
that tbo liquid r.aulttug from a certain
"reaction" bad a powerful odor, ll
was too strong to be agreeable to the
nostril.', but bo moistened a bit of
paper with the fluid, aud, waving It In
front of his nose, perceived immediate
ly that tbe smell was that of sandal
wood oil. He had obtained, quite by
chance an artificial oil of sandalwood
Impure, It Is true, but easily sus
ceptible of purification by refining.
Tbo discovery I. U-lleved to bo of
great value commercially, but Dr. Day
ha. too mucb scientific business on
band to bother with exploiting a yn
tbotlc perfume, and makes the world
welcome to his lucky "flud." Inasmuch
as tbe oil can be got from petroleum
tn endless quantities at a very cheap
rate It Is likely to drlvo the ordinary
sandalwood oil, which is obtained by
distillation from the weed, out of the
Tbo destructive white ant of India
nnd China, which devours nearly ev
erything snvo metals, will not touch
sandalwood, and that la one reason
why io mucb of It Is made up In cask
et, boxes nnd similar articles that
come from Asia. Most people arc
famllllar with the agreeable perfume
of boxes made from this material
Homo 1'ygmy Animals.
A sneclea of dwarf elephant used to
live on the Ul.ind of Malta and In var
ious parts of Italy. Judging from the
bones which remain, theso animals,
about the alze of a large sheep, were
roniewhnt numerous, A dwarf elephant
Is a rarity now and no longer forms a
distinct species, but Is considered rath
er a "freak."
A very beautiful species of pygmy
deer Is found on the Sunda Islands,
These little creatures are not much lar
ger than a eat, but have atl tbe points
of a "well bred" deer.
Among horses, Shetland ponies are
tho pygmies. The ordinary muBk of
Central Africa Is a pigmy, or dwarf,
of only about twenty Inches In height
at the shoulder and three feet In
Newspaper In tho Far North.
Ti.nu it nntr one newsnauer which
i. ....i.itiiovi In the nrctlc circle, and
that Is tho Noiirlaiinste, or Eastern
Star, which Is Issued once a ween ni
Slgerfjord, in the extreme north of
Norway. It Is written In tho Lap lan
guage and is a very small paper, con
ci.ii... nt onlv four nages. Its con-
i.ni. .r. ehleflv short nrtlcles on re
ligious subjects and Items of locnl
news, Th peculiarity or me ume
i ihnt It has no advertisements,
probably because the wants of Its
readers are few nno easily snusueu.
Herr Iludilo Popular,
mi., nnnninriiv of Qeriitativ's railway
minister (Herr lhulde) Is Illustrated by
.t Hint nearly 20.000 laborlnu
men bought his latest portrait a litho
graph costing 15 cents.
Ilopttlo Dlot rrohtblteil.
...... ...inM nt tiiflliea llr.nl-ilM. iu-m.
TUB riiiu.b "--
. .. ...i..a.Uu tni.ititllm nml other
PIOUS, ci-iii.'".-- -
reptiles Is prohibited hy statute In Kan
A PROMINENT CHURCH WORKER SAYS
Mrs. Hattie La Fountain, Trcas. Protective Home Circle and Catholic Ladies
of Ohio, writeH from dalion, 0., as fullr.wa
"After my first child was born I suffered for several months with bearing
down pains accompanied hy dreadful headaches. I was afraid my health was
ruined for life, and felt very downcast about It. One day when a friend was
visiting me she tolJ mc of I'eruna and what it had done for her when she suf
fered with Irregular menstruation. iVty husband procurred a bottle the same
evening and I began to tnke It daily according to directions. Uefore the first
bottle was used I was entirely well, and you certainly have one grateful wo
man's blessing. I have also advised my friends to use it."
MRS. IIATTin LA FOUNTAIN.
Secretary Woman's State Federation
Says: "Pe-ru-na Does More
Than Is Claimed for It."
Mr. Julia M. Drown, Secretary of
the Woman's State Federation of Cali
fornia, writes from 131 J Fifth St.,
Los Angeles, Cal., as follows:
I hae never known of any patent
medicine which did what it profeeeed
to do except I'eruna. This remedy
does much moro than it claims, and
while I have never advocated any med
icino I feel that itij-'it justice to
speak n gowHyrJ-forTt beeailfe Tili
(ondjt.V suci, a rare exception.
"I have known several women who
wero little better than physical wrecks,
mothers who dragged out a miserable,
painful existence, but were made well
and strong through the use of reruns.
Mrs. Knicker Is Mrs. Jones a well
Mrs. llockcr Yes, indeed; her cook
has lived with all the other families in
the neighborhood. Harier'a Iiaxaar.
A good thing lives and
takes on nsv life, and so
The Wisdom ol It.
"Silcnco in n man gives him a repu
tation for wisdom."
"Very properly; it indicates that tho
man has wisdom enough to know when
to keep his mouth shut." Baltimore
BriTcor Ohio, cm ottoiido, ,,
Lvcis Cocstr. I . .
Fvink J. Chenky mattes oath that he Is tbe
lenlor parttr ot tba tirni ot F. J. Cms it & Co.,
doing builnm In the City ot Toledo, County
and state atomald, anil that aatd Arm will par
ttaeaumolONE UUNDKKU DOLLAKS tor fch
and arerr cam ot Catarrh that cannot bo cured
ty tha uia ol lliu'i CiriRii eras.
FRANK J. CHENEY
Sworn to before me and subscribed In mr
pretence, thla f th day ol December, A. D. ISSc
i i A. W. 0LEA80N,
lill A'olary PuNte.
HaJTiCatarrta Cure Ii taaen Internally and acts
directly on tba blood ami mucoui turlacea ol
lb tritem. Send lor testimonials, free.
r. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, 0.
BoiabTdruagliti,76c. , .
liall'a Vamlly rills ar. tbe beat.
Dolly What placo does Mrs. Rush,
er hold in the 400?
Kittv Oh. she's ono of the naughts,
" I had a bad cough for six
weeks and could find no relief
until I tried Aycr's Cherry Pccto
ral. Only one-fourth of the bottle
L. Hawn, Newlngton, Ont.
Neglected colds always
lead to something serious.
They run into chronic
asthma, or consumption.
Don't wait, but take
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
iustas soon asyourcough
icgins. A few doses will
cure you then.
Tent llm t lie, Itc., tl. All irurttitl.
Coniult Tr doctor, If lie eeye ttVe It.
thtu do ii lit lAyi. If tie tell you not
iS like Tit" then doii'l tike It. lit kuuwl.
Ltirt It wltli Win. We art willing,
J I AYKIt CO., Lowtll. Mall.
SHE OWES HER
: 7z- -M-VAVf t
I have know n of cases of chronic ca
tarrh which were cured in a short time,
when a dozen different remedies had
been oxierimented with and without
good reeults. I use it myself when I
feel nervous and worn out, and I have
always found that the results were most
satisfactory." JULIA M. BKOWN.
HER GREAT FORTUNE
A Woman Saved From Life-Long
Misery and Made Happy
AwiiHt3LLconl'ned to the bouse for
several yearewTtfT sliI2n!f fcmale
dcrangemnct had finally giverTSJJloP6
ot being cured.
She had tried physician after physic
ian, and remedy after remedy, without
Young rhyslelan If It is Imposible
to determine the nature of the disease,
what is the proper thing to do?
Old Doctor Look wise and say noth
Cause for Happiness.
"Oh, look what a pretty kitten,
mamma!" exclaimed small Harry.
"Yes," replied his mother, "and,
just think, It never cries."
"Well, no wonder," replied tho
youngster. "It doesn't hao its neck
I'lso s Cure fs a remedy Tor coughs, colds
and consumption. Try It. Trice 29 cents,
Circumstances Alter Cases.
"Tho boys aro throwing btones at a
"That's what I think."
"Whoso boys aro thov?"
"Oh, well, boys will bo boys. Let
tho children piny." Chicago Post.
Mcttiert will Una Mrt. Wlnilow't Sootblns
eyrup the best remedy to uie lor tbelr children
the teetblug leaiou.
Fortuno Teller (to gaily dressed girl)
Your husband will be a poor man
Maiden (eagerly) Unless what?
Fortuno Toller "You dress moro
economically after marriage than you
do now." London Tit-Bits.
rjTp Porn'Mi-nltrc-tireo. rToflttornervousneae
l 10 a.lvrlinitilay'uUktfullJr.Klluii'iUrwatKiirTa
Hettorrr. Kend fur free US trial botUtaDdtretU&
Dr. 1(. 11. Kline, Ltd., Ml Area St., 1'litladtlpbla, i'fc
"Have you heard tho latest educa
tional Item?" asked Biggs.
"No," replied Wlggs, "what is it?"
"They have just decided," said
Biggs, "to rewrite tho primer In words
of llvo syllublcs for Boston children."
III cms nHim All mi Mils.
lal U UJ luu, inaiutuvowi war- I
Iniss. Ri '.1 h tirnsTUWU.
LIFE TO PE-RU-NA.
any permanent Improvement.
Iter treatment had coat her huslianil
who w- a oor man, hundred of dol
lars. They had been ohligrd to deny
tliemaelvea many comfort" of life In or
der t get money enough to jwy tho
The woman had lierome weak, ner
vous and uretrhed, and wareoly nhlo
to keep out of bed. -Iter e'llldrcn
were grow'nx up neglected and ragged,
liei-KiiN- of the want t f ii mother's cure.
Her hiialmnd was WomlngdlM-ourngcd
and broken down with overwork.
Picking up the per one day alio
hapjx'iied to rend an item which con
tained the news that Dr. Hartmau
would treat aiii-h eases free of vhargo by
Utter. ihe Immediately wrotii tho
doctor dew-ribing her cae, and giving
li i in all her symptoms.
She soon received a letter tolling her
xnetly what lo do, ami what inedl
. inea and appliHiire to get. She be
gan the treatment (the principal reme
dy lielng I'eruna) at once, and in a few
weeks she was well and strong ngnln,
able to do her own work.
This offer of free home treatment to
women Is still 0en to all who may
need the services of this eminent phy
sician. All letters applying for treat
ment will lie promptly anawered, and
lie held strictly confidential.
Miss Annie lloban, Post Pocahontas
of Y iiias see Council of lied Men
(Woman's liranch), writes from 872
I.ighth Avenue, New York:
"Three months ago I was troubled
with backache and a trouhleeomoheavl-
i ness about tho stomach . Sleep
brought me no rent for It was a rest
less sleep. The doctor said my nervous
system was out of order but his pre
scriptions didn't seem to relieve me.
I was told that I'eruna was good for
building up the nervous system. Af
ter using it for two months I know now
that it is. I want to ssy that it mado
a new woman of me. The torturing
1 symptoms have all disappeared and I
' feel myself again. I'eruna did me
i more good than all the other medicines
I have taken." ANNIK II0I1AN.
! Mis Mamie Powell, Lake Charles,
"I sincerely believe that Peruna Is
woman's beet friend, for it has certain
ly been that to ine. I had had head
aches, backaches ami other aches overy
month for a long time, but shortly af
ter I began taking I'eruna this Was a
thing of the past, and I have good
reason to tie grateful. I take a bottle
every spring ami fall now, ami that
keeii my health perlect, ami I certain
ly am more robust now than I have
been before and am weighing more. I
do not think anyone will be disappoint
ed in the results obtained (rom tbo use
MISS MAMIE POWELL.
If you do not derive prompt and sat
isfactory results from tho use of I'eru
na. write at once to Dr. Hartman, giv
ing a full statement of yoar case, and
he will be pleased to give you bis valu
able advice cratis.
' Address Dr. Hartman, President ol
From a Canadian View.'
Two Iloor generals have purchased
1 00 nOO annul n.f lan.l lA,,l,altnn
purposes in Mexico. It Is evident
that reeoffnitinn in South Africa is not
advancing rapidly. '
Tho Old R.llablo
keeps right along curlcg
Pains and Aches
Irica 25c. and flOc
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That's what you need; some
thing to cure your biliousness,
and regulate your bowels. You
need Ayer's Pills. Vegetable
gently laxative. i&AT.'SSSz
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