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Greatest in the World.
Arliuiiton, Inti., Dec. 6th.— (Special)
—Mr. W. A. Hyenng, the photograph-
ir. who moved here recently from
Sapp, Ky., is firmly of the opinion that
Dodd’s Kldqpy Pills are the greatest
Kidney Remedy the world has ever
“ In the years 1901 and 1902,” says
Mr. Hysong, “ and for some time before
I was afflicted with Kidney Trouble.
My joints were sore and stiff and I finally
got so bad I could not turn in bed with
out assistance. In the spring of 1903 I
was induced, by a friend, to try Dodd’ s
Kidney Pills ami after using one and
one-half boxes I was and am still com
pletely cured. Several of my neigh
bors, too, used Dodd’s Kidney Pills
and in every cage they did as recom
Cure the early symptoms of Kidney
Disease, such as Backache, with Dodd’s
Kidney Pills and you will never have
Q u e s t io n a b le .
Miss DePuyster—Just think, I can
trace my ancestors back to the Reforma
Jack Dashing—That’s nothing. I can
trace mine back years and years before
any reform was necessary.
r iT Q Permanently Cured. No fits or nervousness
I I ID after first day’ s use o f Dr. Kline's tlreat Nerve
Restorer. Send for F r e e M2 trial bottle and treatise.
Dr. R. H. Kline, Ltd.,931 Arch St., Philadelphia, Pa.
L e t Us H ope N ot.
Nell—According to this paper girls
are now wearing collars and cuffs
made of rubber.
Bess—Good gracious! I suppose we
will be wearing rubber hose next
Mrs. Henry K. Sheldon has gives $20,-
000 to the proposed university of hucis in
For coughs and colds there is no better
medicine than Piso’s Cure for Consump
tion. Price 25 cents.
M illtn a r y B o ta n y .
Miss Johnson was an excellent
teacher, but her taste in dress, espe
cially head-dress, was so peculiar that
even her adoring pupils could not fall
to notice it. The verdure which ap
peared upon Miss Johnson’s hat one
season was so gaudy that several won
dering comments were made by the
“ Pin going to ask her what that
green stufT is,” said one boy, valiantly,
in spite of the vigorous objections of
his companions. “ She won’t mind, and
next nature-study class I’m going to
ask her, and see who’s right.”
So, red In the face but stubborn, he
rose at the end of a lesson on wayside
dowers, in response to Miss Johnson’s
general request for any questions
which might have come up since the
“ I’d like to know about that green
•tuff on your hat,” he said, bluntly.
“ John Aken, he says It’s beach grass,
but I say it’s onion sprouts.”
For hard colds, bronchitis,
asthma, and coughs o f all
kinds, you cannot take any*
thing better than A y e r ’ s
C h erry
Cherry Pectoral. Ask yout
own doctor if this is not so.
He uses it. He understands
why it soothes and heals.
** I had a terrible cough for week*. Then I
took Ayer’S Cherry Pectoral and only one
bottle completely cured m e "
Mit». J. B. D a n f o r t h . St. Joseph, Mich.
j . c . a t i r o o .,
Although there are nearly fifty per
sons employed In the British royal
kitchen, beginning with a Drench chef
1 whose salary Is well over four figures
a year In pounds sterling, King Ed
ward himself, says lxmdon Answers,
seems to profit little by their skill. A
thin soup, such as Julienne, some sort
of white fish, and a delicate dish com
posed of chicken of other birds, form
one of his Majesty’s typical meals. It
Is to his gue.ts that most of the dainty
Despite all that Is said about the
German Emperor’s Spartan habits,
there are few monarch* who keep more
elaborate tables. He has four chefs,
of different nationalities, and in addi
tion there Is an Individual who may be
described as "sausage-maker to the
His Majesty Is very fond of the huge
white Frankfurter sausages, and has
a supply of them made fresh every day
In his own kitchen. When engaged in
maneuvering bis army on a Mg field-
day, these Frankfurters and bread In
variably form the Kaiser's lunch.
The chef to the Czar of Russia leads
a dog's life, It Is raid, thanks to the
monarch’s habit of orderltig special
dishes to be prepared, and then refus
M rs. Anderson, a prominent society
ing them and demanding something
elset “ Elk, In ten fashions,” was one
o f Jacksonville, Fla., daughter o f
of his extraordinary orders—counter woman
manded In favor of black game after
Recorder of D eeds, W e s t, who witnessed
the menu was put before him.
Klug Carlos of Portugal Is the stout
est of European monarchs. This may her signature to the following letter, praises
be due to his love of English foods.
Nothing delights him so much as sim Lydia E . Pinkham 's Vegetable Compound*
ple roast Joints and poultry, with plain
“ D ear M rs . P i n k i i a m : — There are but few wives and mothers who
gravies and sauces. When he is dining nave not at times endured agonies and such pain as oaljr women know.
alone his evening meal frequently con I wish such women knew the value o f L ydia E . P in k h a m ’s V egetable
sists of a few oysters, a portion of a C om pound. It is a remarkable medicine, different in action from any
porterhouse steak, and a little Gruyere I ever knew and thoroughly reliable.
“ I have seen cases where -women doctored for years without perma
Macaroni may be described as the nent benefit, who were cured in less than three months after taking your
staple food of King George of Greece. Vegetable Compound, while others who were chronic and incurable
He Insists upon having It on the table came out cured, happy, and in perfect health after a thorough treatment
and partaking of It at every meal, In with this medicine. I have never used: it myself without gaining great
some form or other, and he alone of benefit. A few doses restores my strength and appetite, and tones up
European monarchs employs a “ mac the entire system. Y our medicine has been tried and found true, henca
aroni chef,” an Italian, who Is not I fully endorse it.” — M rs . It. A. A n d e r s o n , 225 Washington S t, Jack
only expert at preparing the food In sonville, Fla.
every possible way. but also at build
M rs. Reed, 2 4 2 5 E . Cum berland St., Philadelphia, P a., says s
ing It Into all kinds of shapes.
“ D e a r M rs . P i n k i i a m : — I feel it my duty
The young King of Spain Is extreme
to write and tell you the good I have received
ly partial to goat's flesh. As he couples
from Lydia E . P inkham ’s Vegetable Com
with tills a strong liking for the garlic J
beloved of bis countrymen, his chef's
“ I have been a great sufferer with female
Ingenuity Is frequently taxed to pro
trouble, trying different doctors and medicines
vide something new In the way of dish
with no benefit Two years ago I went under
es. Goose stuffed with chestuuts Is au-
an operation, and it left me in a very weak
other favorite of Alfonso.
condition. I had stomach trouble, backache,
The Scandinavian monarch* are sim
headache, palpitation of the heart, and was very
ple In their choice of foods, and their
nervous; in fact, I ached all over. I find
cooks have easy times. The King of
yours is the only medicine that reaches
Sweden and Norway, In particular. Is
such troubles, and would cheerfully rec
partial to cold meats and fish. Her
ommend Lydia E . Pinkham ’s Vegetable
Compound to all suffering women.”
rings with tomatoes are a favorite mix
ture of hie, aud reindeer flesh, which
When women are troubled with irregular or painful menstruation, weak
Is a popular food In the country, al ness, leuoorrhcBa, displacement or ulceration of the womb, that bearing-down
ways finds a place on the royal table. feeling, inflammation of the ovaries, backache, flatulence, general debility.
Indigestion, and nervous prostration, they should remember there is one tried
and true remedy. Lydia E . P in kh am ’s Vegetable Compound at onco
N ew G u n o f V a st P o w er.
removes such troubles.
The Inventor of the new American
The experience and testimony of some o f the most noted
gun Is a man named J. Hamilton
Brown, though the work of construct women of Am erica go to prove, beyond a question, that Lydia E .
ing this particular six-inch experimen P in kh am ’s Vegetable Compound will correct all such trouble a t
tal piece Is In charge of Colonel John once by removing the cause and restoring the organs to a healthy
M. Ingalls, retired, U. 8. A., an artil and normal condition. I f In doubt, write Mrs. Pinkiiam a t Lynn,
lerist of high standing and reputation. M ass, as thousands do. H er advice is free and helpful.
Despite the incredulity of contem
No other medicine for women in the world has received such wide
porary gun builders Colonel Ingalls spread and unqualified endorsement. No other medicine has such &
and the officers with him assert that record o f cures o f female troubles. Refuse to buy any substitute.
this sl^-ltich gun will throw thirty
cannot forthwith produce the original letters and signature« of
miles a projectile weighing 100 pounds,
flw ie testÄuoniaU? which will prove their Absolute genuineness.
L f d ia E . P in k h am M edicine C o.. Lynn. Maas*
which will pierce a six-inch steel tar
get. A ten-inch gun of this construc
tion, with a powder chamber of 14,259
^ tren n on s L ife.
The Mother—Now, be careful, my
cubic Inches and using 300 pounds of
Rotu*— What kin’ ob er dog am dat.
smokeless powder, would hurl a 000- •on, and don’t work too hard at col Mias Snowball?
Miss Snowball—Dat am a expectora-
pouml projectile a distance of fifty- lege, or you may Injure your health.
The Son—Don’t worry, mother. Un •hun dog.
Rnstns— What do yo* all mean by dat?
Increasing this ratio, a sixteen Inch der the new football rule« there Isn’t
Miss Snowball— Why. he am a spits.
gun would have an extreme range of half ao much work requFed aa for
mors than 100 miles, and equipped merly.
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
with such coast defense rifles EnglsDd
Mothers will find Mrs. Winslow’s Soothing
Laxative oroir.o Quinine Tablets. All drug
and France could shell each other Syrup the best remedy to use lor their children Take
refund the money If It tails to cure. E. W .
during the teething period.
across the channel.
U rove’s signature la on each box. Iftc.
If you have company, and are not Henry J. Cove, for many year. In
Prof. F. B. Loomis of Amherat hat ae-
. glad to aea them, pretend that you are.
tb* cloakrooms of tb. English cured over BOO specimens in the fossil
In« on* of Ay.r-. Pill. ¡ 7 bodtlm * Hypocrisy Is slw sy . forglvabU in the
of ,h! ? ’«. Honl b*“
worth 1200,000, to various hospitals.
Badasr creek basin.
asm . of ho^lUUty.