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PERUNA EDITORIAL NO. 2.
Dr. Hartman ha* claimed for many y ea n that Peruna ia an K X C E L L X H T
C A T A R R H R E M E D Y. Some o f the doctor'» critic» have disputed the doctor’»
claim aa to the efficacy o f Parana.
M y stery .
They had stopped a moment to look
at the Flatiron building.
“ What was the object,” asked one of
the atrangera in the “ Seeing New York”
automobile, “ in raakiug it a three-cor
nered structure ?”
“ As nearly as I have been able to
learn,” politely answered the chauffeur,
“ the object was to cover a triangular
piece o f ground.”
Since the ingredients o f Peruna are no longer a secret, what do the medi
cal authorities say concerning the remedies o f which Peruna is composed?
for in*tano* ' the ingredient H Y D R A S T IS CAN A D E N 818, OR
GOLDEN 8EA1. The United States Dispensatory says o f this herbal remedy,
H ie E rro r.
that it is largely employed in the treatment o f depraved muoous membranes,
“ We live and learn,” observed Mr.
chronic rhinitis (nasal catarrh), atonic dyspepsia (catarrh o f the stomach), Bicker, glancing up from hla paper.
chrome intestinal catarrh, catarrhal jaundice (catarrh o f the liver), and in
“ Some of ua do,” said Mr. Knocker,
diseased mucous membranes o f the pelvio organs. I t is also recommended for acidly. “ Have you been trying to Join
the treatment o f various forms o f diseases peculiar to women.
“ Don’t be funny.
But I ’ve found
Another ingredient o f Peruna, C 0 R Y D A 1 IS FORM OSA is classed in the
out for the first time that the French
United States Dispensatory as a tonic.
expression ’hors de combat’ doesn’t
j CEDRON SEEDS is another ingredient o f Peruna, an excellent drug that
mean ‘war horse.’ ”— Cleveland Lead
has been very largely overlooked by the medical profession for the past fifty
years. T H E SEEDS A R B TO BE FOUND I N V E R Y F E W DRUG STORES.
The United States Dispensatory says o f the action o f cedron that it is
A lw ays shako in A lle n ’s Foot-Ease, a powder.
a b itter tonio and in the treatment o f dysentery, and in intermittent
It cures hot, sw eating, a ch in g, sw o llen feet.
Lures corns, in gro w in g n ails and bunions. A t
as a S U B S T IT U T E FOR Q U IN IN E .
O i l OF C O P A IB A another ingredient o f Peruna, is classed by the United
States Dispensatory as a mild stimulant and diuretic. I t acts on the stomach
and intestinal tract. I t acts as a stimulant on the genito-urinary membranes
Useful in chronic cystitis, chronic dys
entery and diarrhea, and some chronic
diseases o f the liv e r and kidneya
These opinions as to the ingredients
o f Peruna are held by a ll writers on
the subject, including Bartholow and
OF H Y D R A S T IS , B A R TH O LO W
S A YS it is applicable to stomatitis
(catarrh o f the muoous surfaces o f the mouth), follicular pharyngitis (catarrh
o f the pharynx), chrohic coryza (catarrh o f the head). This w riter
hydrastis as a stomachio tonic, useful in atonic dyspepsia (chronio gastric
catarrh), catarrh o f the duodenum, catarrh o f the g a ll duct, catarrh o f the
intestines, catarrh o f the kidneys (chronic B right’s disease), catarrh o f the
bladder, and catarrh o f other pelvic organs.
B A R T H O LO W R E G AR D S C O PA IB A as an excellent remedy for chronic
catarrh o f the bladder, chronic bronchitis (catarrh o f the bronchial tubes).
B A R T H O LO W S T A T E S T H A T CUBEB, an ingredient o f Peruna, pro
motes the appetite and digestion, increases the circulation o f the blood. Use-
fhl in chronic nasal catarrh, follicular pharyngitis (catarrh o f the pharynx),
increasing the tonicity o f the mucous membranes o f the throat. I t also re
lieves hoarseness. Useful in atonic dyspepsia (catarrh o f the stomach), and in
chronic catarrh o f the colon and rectum, catarrh o f the bladder, prostatorrhea,
and chronic bronchial affections.
M IL L S P A U G H , M E D IC IN A L P L A N T S , one o f the most authoritative
works on medicinal herbs in the English language, in commenting upon
C O L L IN S O N IA C ANAD EN SIS, says that it acts on the pneumogastric and
vaso motor nerves. I t increases the secretions o f the mucous membranes in
general. In the mountains o f V irgin ia, Kentucky, Tennessee and Carolina,
oollinsonia canadensis is considered a panacea for many disorders, including
headache, colic, cramp, dropsy and indigestion. DR. SCUDDER regards it
highly as a remedy in chronic diseases o f the lungs, heart disease and asthma.
These citations ought to be sufficient to show to any candid mind that P e
runa is a catarrh remedy. Surely, such herbal remedies, that command the
enthusiastic confidence o f the highest authorities obtainable, brought together
in proper combination, ought to make a catarrh remedy o f the highest efficacy.
This is our claim, and we are able to substantiate this claim by ample
quotations from the H IG H E S T M E D IC A L A U T H O R IT IE S IN T H E W ORLD.
Our Peruna Tablet
Is Peruna With
SaTfttfe R e c ip r o c it y .
The Greenwich observatory will have
to be moved.
From year to year the i Cannibal Queen—Well, good-by, dear.
magnetic observations made there have I ’m going to my sewing meeting.
become less reliable because of the in
Cannibal King — What charitable
creasing traffic ; and the impending estab work is the meeting engaged upon now?
lishment of large electric works in the im
Cannibal Queen — We are making
mediate neighborhood will make it neces high-necked dresses for the poor so
sary to make the nautical calculations
ciety women of London.— London Tlt-
M a y b e permanently overcome by proper
personal efforts with
of the one
oni 5 tru
ly b enefirujl laxniive
remedy, Syrup of Figs and LtuirojSenna,
w h ich e n a b le s one to form regular
h a b its d a ily so that assistance to na
t u re may be gradually dispensed with
functions, which must depend ulti
m a te ly upon p ro p e r n o u rish m e n t,
proper efforts, and right living generally.
To get its b e n e fic ia l effects, alvrnys
b u y th e g e n u in e
P r e o c c u p ie d .
The professor had fallen downstairs,
and as he thoughtfully picked himself
up he remarked, " I wonder what noise
that was I just heard?”— New Orleans
W on d er.
Mike— now foine th’ polacemtn la th*
Fat— An’ pboy not? Don’t aich wan
hov’ a nurse?— Judge.
The railroad stations of Berlin ars
about to be provided with automatic ma
chines which, upon the insertion of the
proper coin, an umbrella will be delivered.
After making use of it the umbrella may
be returned and a portion of the money
YSSE E D S
m anujact u red by the
C a l if o r n ia
F i g S y r u p C o . only
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one size oiUy, reg u lar price 50f p«r B ottle.
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H E N w r i t i n g t o a d v e r t i s e r s p le a s e
m e n t io n t h i s p a p e r .
'^ ^ M E M B E R OF THE FAMILY.
MEN, BOYS, WOMEN, M ISSES AND CHILDREN.
ness,purity and reli
ab ility ,Fsrry’ sSeeds
are in a class by them
in them because
they know they
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K C Baking Powder will do it! Get
a can. T ry it for your favorite cake. If
it dpesn’t raise better, more evenly, higher,
— if it isn’t daintier, more delicate in flavor,
— w e return your money. Everybody
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FRANCE AND HAÏÏI
Peace Relations Badly Strained
PROTECTION OF REFUGEES CAUSE
cu te» French Legation o f Har
C O M M U N IT Y
Director French, of Idaho Experiment
Station, an Ardent Advocate.
By H. T. French. Director Idaho Expartmant
The stock breeder ia often serloualy
handicapped in bis work by the mors
or less complete isolation of hia work.
Thia is especially true in the West
where many sections are not as thickly
settled as the older portions of the
country. Sometimes this condition is
due to a mistaken attitude on the part
of the breeder— a tendency whioh is
quite natural to men who are not aoona-
tomed to organized effort in accom
plishing a given object I refer to the
quite prevalent whim that if several
men engage In the same business the
work w ill be over-done, and the mar
ket for the products destroyed or seri
In no department sf
agricnlture is this condition less likely
to prevail than in the production of
pure bred or even well bred live stock.
The more animals ol merit produced in
any given locality, the greater likeli
hood of a better market, owing to the
fact that often a few superior animals,
even, are not sufficient to attract the
interest of the prospective buyer. The
buyer whioh the stock breeder wishes
to interest is the man who is looking
for several head, a car load, or perhaps
several carloads, of animals at one
time. Any one who has attempted to
look np a carload of cattle of any par
ticular type or breed, can well under
stand how difficult it ia to find the de
sired number of suitable animals in
any one locality; and in case the ani
mals have to be selected from remote
herds what a vexing problem it is to
assemble the animals at any given
point for shipment. Now if a camber
of farmers in any given locality would
all agree to breed the same kind of
livestock, then it might be possible for
a buyer to get the entire lot desired
from that particular section.
Another important point in favor of
community breeding would be the op
portunity offered for comparison. When
a breeder is isolated from other men
who are handling the same kind of
stock, he may not have the opportunity
to check up his stock to see if the de
sirable points are being brought ont as
they should be. Some important char
acteristics may be overlooked unless
there is some standard of excellence
available, with which to compare hia
One of the most serious hindrances to
the improvement of the breeds of live
stock in the West, is the difficulty in
scouring new blood when it should be
Several individual cases
have come under our observation where
a splendid foundation was allowed to
run ont, through too close breeding,
which oould not be avoided, except ata
great expense and trouble in securing
new blood from remote sections of tha
The question of feed and care could
be much better solved in any given
community if a dozen men were hand
ling the same kinds of livestock, rather
than a dozen different types and breeds.
These ideas are being put into actual
practice in some sections of the Missis
sippi valley, and if needed there, where
the country is densely populated, it is
doubly important in the Pac'fio North
west, where farmers have not many of
the conveniences of
and rapid communication that are en
joyed in the more densely populated
sections of the country.
Paris, March 17. 'pb«' "i*!!’ *1" -
between the Haytien government a id
France has become acute and criti
The French Legation at Port
»11 druggists and shoe ateres, 25c. Dont accept Au Prince Is menaced and a general
»nysu bstitute. Sample m ailed FR EE. Address
ot the white residents of
A llen S. O lm s^ d , L e Roy, N. Y.
the islands Is feared. This inform a
tion was conveyed in an official dis
H u m ility .
patch to the Foreign Office by M.
“ Why donft you go to work?”
“ W ork !” rejoined Meandering Mike. Carteron, the French minister to
“Look at de thousands of poor fellowi
The latter part o f last week, M.
that is lookin’ fur work an’ feelln’ mis Borno, the Haytien minister o f state,
erable widout it. Now work ain’t nec assured M. Carteron that Hayti
essary to me, an’ I a in’ goln’ to butt in would agre to allow the refugees
an’ reach fur It merely fur de sake of who had taken asylum in the French
havin’ something to brag about.”— Consulates at donaives and St. Marc
to leave the island.
This morning there came the news
of the execution at Port Au Prince
L e * « M a je s ty .
on Sunday o f between 10 and 12
The Daily Thunderbolt reporter who
prominent persons on the charge ot
sometimes dropped into verse invaded tha
conspiracy against the government,
lair o f the real poot of the staff.
together with a cablegram from M.
“ Rondelle,” he said, “ I ’ m lost for a Carteron announcing that General
word. Let me look at your rhyming dic Nord Alexis the president of Hayti,
tionary a moment.”
had not only refused to confirm the
“ Hhyming dictionary!” exclaimed the assurances given M. Borno, but had
real poet. “ S ir !”
flatly declined to permit the refugees
in the consulates to depart.
G e t t in g D o w n to F a c t s .
Eleven additional persons have
“ In your opinion,” asked the member taken asylum at the French L ega
o f the investigating committee, “ what is tion.
The French cruiser Destrees
the cause of the evident unreet among is expected very soon at Gonaives,
where she will act in co-operation
Comanche Pete, the noted scout, blew a with the British and German ships
of war now on their way to Hayti.
cloud of smoke into the atmosphere.
It is understood here that France,
Then he took his pipe out of hie mouth.
Germany and Great Britain are act
“ Fleas,” he answered.
ing in accord in this matter.
General Antonor Flmin, who led
D i s i n c li n e d t o A d d t o t b e B u r d e n .
“ So you are not in favor of having the last revolt o f Hayti, is among
the refugees under the French flag.
the government own the railways?”
“ No,” answered Farmer Comtoesel. The foreign office recognizes that the
general and his followers are revo
“ It strikes me that the government has lutionists but declines to hand them
enough sinfulness of Its own to keep It over to the Haytien government on
busy for the present” — Washington the ground that there were no as
surances that the men would have a
legal trial. In this connection it was
There is every possibility that the wait explained that, according to French
ers of the Paris cafes will shortly go on tradition, any man who sought re f
strike again in support of their cherished uge under the French flag should
have at least temporary protection.
right to wear mustaches.
The TempB has specials from Port
Au Prince saying that the local sit
Deafness Cannot Be Cured
bv local applications, as they cannot reach the uation is grave. General Nord Alexis
diseased portion o f the ear. There is on ly one claims that the plot against him was
w ay to cure deafness, and that is by constitu hatched at the French Legation and
tion a l rem edies. Deafness is caused by an in
flam ed co n d ition o f the mucous lin in g o f the an attack upon the Legation is fear
Eustachian Tube. W hen this tube is inflam ed ed, the correspondent says, because
you h ave a ru m blin g sound o r im p erfect hear M. Carternon, the French minister,
ing, and when it is en tirely closea, Deafness is
the result, and unless the inflam m ation can be declines to deliver the refugees un
taken o u t and this tube restored to its normal der the French agreement to
con d ition , hearin g w ill be destroyed fo rever;
nine cases ou t o f ten are caused b y Catarrh, Haytien authorities.
A dispatch from Port Au Prince
w hich is n oth in g but an inflam ed cond ition oi
the mucous surfaces.
states that President Nord Alexis has
We w ill g iv e One H undred Dollars fo r any
case o f Deafness (caused by catarrh ) that can consented to allow the refugees in
not be cured by H a ll’s Catarrh Cure. Send far the French Legation to leave the is
F. J. CHENEY A CO..Toledo, O. land but that henceforth rebels tak
ing refuge in the Consulates w ill be
Sold by Druggists. 75c.
Take H a ll’s F a m ily P ills fo r constipation.
removed by force if they are not sur
S i d e t r a c k i n g H in a.
The dispatch says it appears that
“ Dora, would you be willing to marry the situation is likely to be still fu r
a young man who has to make his own ther complicated.
way in the world and who has nothing the possibility of a messacre of the
but his love for you to recommend him?” Europeans by the Haytien troops on
P O T A T O E S FOR A L C O H O L .
“ Certainly, Gerald, if I cared enough the arrival of the warships.
for kirn, but at present I don’t know of
The dispatch declares that it is
any such young man. Frosty weather, understood that Germany will take President o f Washington 8tato School
isn’t it?” — Chicago Tribune.
action if the government executes
Gives Interesting Facts.
more rebels. President Nord Alexis,
Bv J. L. Ashlock. Washington State College,
T hen H e W a s M ad.
however, seems quite unmoved at
“ W hy don’t you give the d evil his the prospect o f a naval demonstra
The newly organized Commerccial
due?” he snapped.
tion. The total number of men exe club of Pullman, Wash., is now per
“ I can’ t, dear,” replied his wife. cuted is not given.________
fecting arrangements for the installs
“ You’re in such fine health now he
tion of a denatured alcohol plant in
Nation« Sending Crullers.
may have to w a it awhile.” — Atlanta
President Bryan, of the
Berlin, March 17.— The German
Adm iralty has ordered the cruiser Washington State college, who is chair
Bremen, at present at Curacao, to go man of the committee on denatured al
H is to ric a l F ra g m e n t.
cohol, is conducting the negotiations
Delilah had betrayed Samson and he to P ort Au Prince, Hayti, to be at
the disposal o f the German minister for the parchase of a large “ s till,” and
Was in the hands of the Philistines.
“ Just the same,” he reflected, proudly, for the protection of German sub if the plans of the organization are car
ried out, the plant w ill be in operation
“ I am the strongest man now in captiv jects or other foreigners.
by the time next season’ s potato crop Is
China Release» Tatsu Maru.
taken from the field.
Whereupon he proceeded to wait pa
Hongkong, March 17.— The Japan prospects for denatured alcohol, Presi
tiently for his hair to grow long again.
ese steamer Tatsu Maru,, which was dent Bryan said:
seized by the Chinese customs auth
‘ For the past year the state experl-
A s to Y i p s l e y .
orities at Macao for carrying arms
Mrs. Chugwater— Josiah, this paper and ammunition alleged to be in aaent station has had in hand the mat
says a man named Rirkman has sued th« tended for the use of Chinese revolu ter of gathering information relative to
city as Jared Ylpsley's next friend. What tionists, was released today.
the practicability of utilizing this im
does that mean?
portant crop in the manufacture of de
Mr. Chugwater— Huh ! It doesn’t mean
natured alcohol. Careful ana lyses have
Cuts Price o f Plate Glaae.
anything in this case. No man alive ever
Pittsburg, March 17.— The P itts been made to determine the amount of
really got next to old Yipsley.
burg Plate Glass Company today an alcohol that potatoes of thia region w ill
nounced an average reduction of 25 yield. W e have found that one hun
The mineral water produce of th* per cent in the price of plate glass. dred pounds of potatoes will produce
United States during 1900 was 48,518,- It is believed the reduction will stim eighteen pounds of starch; that eigh
B95 gallons, valued at $1,574,590— a very ulate the plate-glass business.
teen pounds of starch will produce nine
considerable increase over the previous
pounds of alcohol, which, I believe,
year. These figures contemplate only the
sells at from 50 to 55 cents per gallon.
Anarchist Meeting Forbidden.
natural mineral waters taken from
Philadelphia, March 17.— An an A t thia rate, the alcohol from one ton
springs having some medicinal qualities.
archist meeting, advertised to be of potatoes would sell for abont $18.
held tomorrow, will not be perm it
“ Aloohol can be made from the small
A sew piece of highway appliance is ted, and another meeting which is to
potatoes as well as the large ones, and
to be used in Washington, D. C.t for be held to celebrate the anniversary
in this fact lies a source of considerable
the cleaning of snow from the gutters. o f the Paris Commune will be strong
saviDg to the farmers.
The apparatus is a two-wheeled vehicle ly policed.
fruit can be need, and considerable suc
drawn by two horses aod haring a steel
cess has been reported from the ose of
blade about 18 inches in width project
Alia Trias to Escaptf.
com , and even tha stalks.
ing beyond the wheel into the gutter at
tured alcohol Industry should be taken
an angle with the curb, which blade is
controlled by a lever operated by the was made about 8:30 o’clock today seriously by the farmers and bnsinsss
driver from his seat. It was found that by Giuseppe Alia, the condemned man of tbe Northwest; for it anana the
a plow can clean the snow from approx murderer of Father Leo Heinrichs, utilization in a profitable way of s vast
imately three miles o f gutters per hou>
to escape from the county Jail, where amount of produce, such as small pota
he has been under guard day and toes, off grade wheat, waste frnits, etc ,
which are now simply a source of dead
night. He made use of a razor blade
with which he slashed the neck of a
“ trusty” who was cleaning his cell,
and then made a rush to get away.
T o W h ip C ro o n .
The ‘ ‘trusty," despite his cut, rushed
I f whipped cream Is wanted quickly,
after him and pinioned him, and he and no eburn or eggt>eater Is at band,
was qnlckiy overpowered with the
have tbe cream very cold, put in a
help o f Deputy Warden Carpen.
cold glnse fruit Jar, with an airtight
cover. Half fill Jar with cream, fasten
Immense Pension Appropriations.
Washington, March 17.— For the the cover tightly, and shake the Jar
second tim e the house will consider vlgorouslv.
the pension appropriation bill, that
measure having been taken up today
Cut a groove along the side of the
under an arrangement reached Just
before adjournment yesterday. The cork of a medicine bottle; put back
approximately In the bottle, and It will be easy to
*1 ",n.864,000,*the largest sum ever count ttie drops one by one without
included In a pension appropriation pouring too fast.
Some time was taken up by
Langley, o f Kentucky, in pleading
To test a nntmtg prick It with t
for a pensionable status o f certain
pin. I f It is good the oil will In
stantly spread round the puncture.
One frequent esnse o f be<! blood Is s tlagflah
Reorganize Foundry Tru»t.
A tea spoonful of powdered borax
liver. This produ«** eonstlpetloo. Poisonous
New Y ork, March 17.— E. H. Gary, added to boiling starch will give a lus
•ebstance« *re then abaorkad Into the blood,
lnatoid o f bet ns removed from tbe body dally
ter to the clothes and prevent tbe Iron
aa nature Intended. Keep tbe boarela open
the I nlted States Steel Corporation, from sticking.
with Ayer's Pills, liver pills. A ll vegetable.
made a statement to the stockhold
by J. O. A y e » Co.. Lowell,
ers o f the American Steel Foundries
A lio mennfbota rera e f
Housekeeper» will quickly recognise
Company at a meeting in Jersey City
today advocating the reorganisation the convenience of keeping tbolr «picee
plan proposed for the latter com In glass Jars.
A glance tells them
'when more is needed
D oes Your
H eart B eat
Yes. 100,000 times each day.
Does it send out food blood
or bad blood ? You know, for
good blood is good healthy
bad blood, bad health. And
you know precisely what to
take for bad blood — Ayer’s
Sarsaparilla. Doctors have
endorsed it for 60 years.
The best is Hood’s Sarsaparilla. It
is the best because it does the most good.
While it makes the blood pure, fresh
and lively, it tones the stomach to bet
ter digestion, creates an appetite, stimu
lates the kidneys and liver, gives new
brain, nerve and digestive strength.
An unequaled list of cures— 40,366 tes
timonials in two years — proves its merit.
8 a r s a t a b 8 - F o r those who prefer medicine
tablet form, Hood's Sarsanarill» is now put up
iu chocolated tablets called Sarsatabs, as well as
in the usual liquid form. SarsataLs have identi
cally the same curative properties as the liquid
form, besides accuracy of dose, convenience, econ
omy, — there being no loss by evaporation, break
age, or leakage. Sold by druggists or sent by mail.
C .I. Hood Co., Lowell, Mass.
M e r e ly a F a b le .
Once there was a man whose house
was infested with rats.
He tried all sorts of traps and poisons
on them, but w’ ithout. success.
“ W ell,” he said, “ there is only one waj
to fe t rid of them. I shall smoke them
So he poured burning sulphur into their
He killed off the rats, but he burnt up
t!he house.— Chicago Tribune.
Mrs. J. F, flee, 50 Gould Street, tStoneham,
lass,, says: “ In 25 years experience I have never
a Sarsaparilla to fail, fo r spring
and as a general blood purifier; it cures
» liu n u
o m a o p a im a
aw m i l ,
scrofula, ec/.cma ; has no equal as a general
ring medi-ine. It gives me genuine salisiae-
>n to say this.”
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Mo hers w ill find Mrs. W inslow 's Soothing
Byrup the best rem edy to use fo r th eir children
du rin g the teeth in g period.
t s e r r i a g M a t e r n a l In s t in c t .
“ They look exactly alike, and you dres*
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mother o f the twins. “ I f I «lap Johnny
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