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A constantly increasing number of physi
cians prescribe Peruna in their practice. It
haa proven ita merits so thoroughly that
even the doctors have overcome their preju
dice against so-called patent medicines and
recommend it to their patients.
Peruna occupies a unique position in
medical eciencc. It is the only internal
ayetemic catarrh remedy known to the
medical profession to-day. Catarrh, as
every one will admit, is tne cause of one-
half the disease which afflicts mankind.
Catarrh and catarrhal diseases afflict one-
half of the people of United States.
! Robert R. Roberts, M. D., Washing-!
| ton, D. C., writes: .1
| “Through my own experience!
well ae that' of many of my
friends and acquaintance* who
have been cured or relieved of
! catarrh by the use of Hartman's
| Peruna, 1 can confidently reoom-
I mend it to those suffering from
! »uoh disorders, and have no hesi-;
I tation in prescribing it to my pa- >
! Uents. w-Robert 11. Roberts.
FOR WOMEN J§
A Boston physician’* dis- ^
covery which cleanses and
heals all inflammation of tl
membrane wherever located.
In local treatment of femal
tine is invaluable. Used as :
U a revelation In cleansing a
power; It kill* all disease gc
cause inflammation and discli
Thousands of letters fro
f irovo that it is tho greatef
eucorrhoca ever discover*
Paxtino never fail! to <
<catarrh, nasal catarrh, sore t
mouth and wre eyes bea
diseases are all caused by in
of the mucous membrane.
For cleansing, Tvb itenlrif
sorving tho teeth vro dial
world to produce its oquo
Physicians and apedaliata«
Dr. Llewallyn Jordan.
Medical Examiner United Stgtea
menstruation, cures leucorrhoea and ovar
ian troubles, and builds up the entire sys
tem. I also consider it one of the finest
catarrh remedies I know of/'—M. C. Gee,
CataiTh is a systemic disease curable
only by Systemic treatment. A remedy that
cures catarrh must aim directly at the de
pressed nerve centres. This is what Pe
( Peruna immediately invigorates the nerve
centres which- give vitality to the mucous
membranes. Then catarrh disappears.
Then catarrh ia permanently cured.
If you do not derive prompt and satis
factory results from the use of Peruna.
write at once to Dr. Hartman, giving a full
statement of your case and he will be
pleased to giv»^you his valuable advice
Address Dr. Hartman, President of The
Dr. R. Robbins, Muskogee, I. T.,jrritee:
for coughs tw
a'ch and to give at
ing it for' catarrh, a
weak and debilitated
had a patient but sai«l
ur. n. uooDins, jnusxogee, 1.1., writes:
’Peruna is the best medicine I know of
' coughs and to strengthen a weak atom*
*“ “• * appetite. Besides preecrib-
rh, I have ordered it for
•U;d people, and have not
, —t said it helped hin). It is
an excellent medicine and it fits so many
“I have a large practice, and have a
chance to prescribe your Peruna. I hope
you may live lone to do good to the sick
and the suffering.
Dr. M. C. Gee writes from 613 Jones St.,
San Francisco, Cal.:
’’Peruna has performed so many wonder
ful cures in San Francisco that I am con
vinced that it is a valuable remedy. I
have frequently advised ita use for women,
as I find it insures regular and painless
prescribe and i
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At druggists, or
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rUo'a On re I. tho beat medidaewe overused
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dd what la claimed for It, but a trial
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Lowell, Mata., Concern Will .Erect
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The Merrlmac Wanufsctuuring Com
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near Hunt.Tllle, Ala., and a contract
for the work ha. been awarded the
Flynt Conatructlon Company. The
new mill will bare a iplndle capacity
for any medicine, but Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
haa added so much to my life and
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exception in this case. For two years
every month I would have two davs of
severe pain, and could find no relief, but
one day when visiting a friend I ran
across Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege
table Compound, —she had used
it with the beat results and advised
me to try it I found that it worked
wonders with me; I now experience
no pain, and only had to use a few
-bottles to bring about this wonderful
ehange* I use it occasionally now
when I am exceptionally tired or worn
out-—Mlto Aucs H Burr*, 804 Third
Ave., South Minneapolis Minn., Chair-
man Executive Committee, Minneapolis
Study Club. -tteoofirfdt ifert&olttcSfce
Lrdla E. Plnkham’a Vegetable
Compound carries women safely
Bnmi.li the variotu natural
crises and Is tho safe-guard of
W T™e n troH? 1 about this -great
medicine Is told In the letters
from women being published In
thlg paper constantly.
Ksney h,B le Haney Made.
Dr. Wrq. Self, of Webeter, N. C., an
old practitioner of medicine, tells us that
after many years experience in mediant
fee finds it money saved to bis patients
to use Taylor's Cherokee Remedy of
Sweet Gum and Mullein for coughs, colds
da J— nc. m. ..J MM.
InniBi J. v. walls, Snper-
I .MB Intendent of Streets
U | or Lebanon, Ky.,
“My nightly reet waa broken, owing
to Irregular action of the kidneys. I
waa angering Intensely from aorere
pains In the email of my back and
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through the kidneys and annoyad by
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>k Doan's Kidney
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, Commodore Somerville Nicholson, of
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Oom 1837 B St, N. W„ Waiblngton,
D. 0.. says:
’ "Tour Peruna has been and It now
need by so many of my friends and ac
quaintances as a sure cure for catarrh
that I am convinced of its curative
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The highest men In our nation have
given Peruna a strong endorsement.
Men of all classes and stations are
If you do not derive prompt and sat
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Almanac for 1904.
Case, In .History a Local Juatlee
Dispenser Ran Across,
A Magistrate of this city said the
other day that white studying the
famous lawsuits end decisions of his
tory her had been amased to Had the
Judgment fA Solomon paralleled la a
half dozen cases. One of these esses
he hed come upon in the Gaits.Ro-
minorum. A certain traveler had died
In a foreign oountry, and three youths
had each laid claim to being the man's
only son. He had had only one son,
and for the Judge to ascertain which
of the three claimants waa the right
ful heir seemed an Impossible task.
By no means st a loss, however, the
Judge ordered the dead man's body
to be brought forth and bade the three
claimants to shoot at it with arrows.
CORPSES IN HEAPS
Two shot; the third, with tears in Ms , o ...
eyes, refused; and to him, of course, as fast aa the engineer can raise and
Bodies of Mine Disaster Vic
tims Being Recovered.
MANY BURNED TO CRISP
Hope that the Entombed Men Might
be Alive Was 8oon Dispelled.
Remains Wore Frightfully
A Pittsburg, Pa., special says: The
Harwich mine Is giving up Its victims
the property of the dead man was
Another case, the Mag let rate said,
was to he found In the Harlelan MSS.
Two babies played together by the
flanges, when an alligator iwe'lowed
one np. Two mothers then each
claimed the remaining baby as her
own, and the Judge, even as Solomon
had done, bade them to take hold of
tho leg* and pull, whereupon the true
mother's identity revealed Itself
“That risque rascal, Suetonius," the
Magistrate concluded, “aaya that
Claudius would, when a woman re
filled to acknowledge e youth as her
son, order her to he married'to him,
whereupon, horror-stricken It she had
lied, sha would contest the truth.
FOLLOWS THE) FLAG.
Now, boys,” said the teacher; "can
you tell me what It Is that follows
"I can,” said one of the bright ones.
“Well, Johnny, what la It follows
in auction, ma'am.”—Tonkers
* Novel Winter Fishing.
Men and boys of the west end of
town have been having ,a harvest
during the past three or four days
catching fish at Rompers and White’s
ponds, west of town. During the
past summer, on account of the light
rtlnfAii, the water in these two
ponds waa very low; and in fact*
for the past three months there has
been no outlet from either pond,
f TOien the freezing water of the
pnat ten days came ice soon formed,
and, covering every air hole, caused
the flah to como beneath the Ice in
hopes of getting a!r. Tho hoys who
first tested tho breaking quaiitiee of
the ice in hopes of being the first to
■kate were the ones to discover the
predicament of the fish,
l The news soon spread, and last
R*riday and. Saturday 100 men and
boys were busily engaged In securing
freah fish for tho tabic. Hatch-eta
and axes were used as the death-deal
ing Implements, and when a school
of fish were sighted beneath, the ice
was struck a hard blow. The fish
were stunned. A hole was then
chopped through the ice and the fish
secured. Several hundred pounds of
flsb were secured, the majority of
them being carp.—Logan (Ohio}
CALLED THE BLUFF.
Mrs. Newed—Mother has Just writ
ten that she will not visit us this sum
mer unless you will permit her to pay
Newed—I shall write her at once
saying that I shall not permit her to
do anything of the kind.—Chicago
rmanently cored, No fits or nervous-
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EPinkham’sVege table Com pound
“Dsut Mbs. Pinkhah r— I bars
grow no others, and
AIL FOR BUT 16c. FOBTAGS,
•vtdinir you will return this notice, and
you will send them 20c. in posUf*> they
ill tdd to the above a package of the fa
mous Berliner Cauliflower. [A.CXJ
A woman never gets too old to think it
is dangerous for her to travel alone for
fear men might speak to her.
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Byrup for children
toothing, soften the gums, reduces inflamm*-*
tlon.allays pain,cures wind colic. 86o. a bottle
There are two sides to every story. The
victory you win means defeat for the other
"Don't yon find It tiresome," said
Marc Antony, "to devote so much time
to literature in addition to yonr various
ways?*' "Yes," replied Caesar, "but
it pays. There Is nothing like being
your own military critic/’—Washington
We offer One Hundred Dollars Re ward for
any ease of Catarrh that eannot be oared by
w, j. uxmrsT a uo., xoioao, u.
fectlr honorable In all business transection*
and financially able to oairy out any obliga
tions mads bv their firm.
Wot A Txo.x.WtoleMl. Dnifgtiti.Tot.io,
gists, Toledo, Ohio.
Hril’sOoUrvh Carol* takoa lnt.nxril/,ut -
iBgdlroatly upoo tho blood aad msoounu-
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Price, 7le. per bottle. Bold by nil Druxxi«e
Trice QnU'n Family PlUe tor oonetlpatlon.
“W» will never five op,” raid the
South American military leader. "Olve
np what?" aaked the coldly practical
man. And after a moment of reflec
tion the military leader candidly re
plied: "Anything we can fet our
banda on."—Washington Star. ,
lower the cage In reaponse to the rig-
hale from' the men wko are at work
&t the bottom of the abaft. The burn
ed and mangled bodies of men who
went to work on Monday morning are
being brought up to the surface, and
bob alede, which atand In a line, are
hauled up the enow road to the achool
house on the hill.
Every body so far brought up la
bruised, cut and crushed into shape-
lersueis, and all so far have their
hands rained to the faces, Indicating
that the doomed men 'foresaw their
fate anil tried with their last conscloua
efforts in ward It off. The fact that
the legs and arms are broken and die-
Jointed (hows that the force of the ex
plosion must hare Wn terrific. It la
presumed that the men were hurled
against the Jagged walls of the mine
and (rushed at the ends of headings
Scarcely ono of the bodies had any
clothing on it, end all are more or
less burned, some to a crisp. There
was great difficulty In Identifying them
on this account, and about tho only
means to accomplish identification will
be by tho small brass weigh checkB
tearing a number, which each man
draws upon going Into the mine, and
of which a record Is kept. But, aa
unny of the victims are devoid of
clothing, contusion will result.
Two Polish women came from Po-
iard Tuesday night to Cheswlck. They
arrived late, and not being able to
reach Harwlck, where their husbands
were employed In the mine, slept all
right in the station. Both men are In
the mice, and a sad scene was enact
ed Wednesday when the women learn
ed for the first time that they were
widows. Nelthbr can apeak English,
and one of the women carried an In
fant in her arms.
Among the bodies found was tt)at
of a stranger. Clothes were on It, and
It was only slightly burned. Who he
was or what he was doing In the mine
no one knows. He may have caused
the explosion by lighting a match.
H. A. McMillan, who led one party
of searchers, said:
“Fifteen bodies were found In butt
number 1, of the south entry. All of
them, with the exception of the stran
ger, were badly burned and mangled.
One's head was blown off. In the
south entry wo found two men lying
(ace downward near each other. These
Lad evidently been killed by tho force
ol the explosion. In another place we
found six men, all negroes, I believe.
Fire were In a heap and one was pin'
red under a car. We found the driver
of that entiV lying along the roadway
where he had been blown. Rooms 10
and 12, south entry, are caved to the
depth of five feet. There are several
men buried there, aa there are
doubtedly men buried under the rocks
of the mine. For this reason It will
be week* before all the bodies are re
Of the United States Treasury Recom
Other Prominent Physicians Use
and Endorse Pe-ru-na.
D r. ltjEwellyn Jordan, Medical
Examiner of the U. S. Treasury De
partment, graduate ot Columbia Colli
has the following to esy
“Allow mo to txpren my pratt-
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from your wonderful remedy. One
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vast change and I now eon elder
mveelf a welt man alter months of
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will cure you,»
WA8 DELIBERATE SUICIDE.
Whittaker Wright Took Deadly Dote
i In Hla Handkerchief.
A London dispatch says: A post
mortem examination haa shown that
Whittaker Wright committed suicide
by taking cyanide of potassium.
Tha investigation made indicates
that Wright must have swallowed the
poison while standing before Justice
Blgham, after receiving his sentence.
Is recalled that Wrlgbt pulled a
handkerchief from his pocket and ap
peared to wipe bis (ace, and itn Is sur
mised that under cover of this he took
the fatal dose.
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