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TTTrc suffering from
Lure blood, thin blood, de
Klliv. nervousness, cxhaus
Sin you should begin nt once
with Aycr's Sarsaparilla, the
S arsaparHIa you have knowa
,11 your life. Your doctor
i ink wull sflir eonnmon or
Tan. . M,;,wfll". Union Ihoff. Is cUllr
Iiioiw-t . ti.iik HIBVBI111IIK 111" rr
4P"",iiV. ,1 e KN.tlr, nil veg.taUle.
J, 0. Ayr Co., t.ewll, Mn,
A HAPPY DBUMMEH.
f y M,I(.o 'nY.ouraeiurer of
rl OPUN AIjIj this yuar
1 1 clatsop seach Seaside, Oreqph
llTur Illrtf llr on the bests overlookler
THE ,bi oVrsn. Hot . U baths na
I ULll-r nUUOt ,! t,cr ror fl.blnc
Mo r" K'"le ""
e I III
Clrenmsiantlal RrM.... I
Sir A. Conan Doyle, at tha a ..,
Club Christmas dinner In London, ro- Won Apin0 (no nceer.-
latod tlint In Amorlca aome colored ,Iwn" von ""low.
peoplo wore IcoepliiK the fcatlvnl of Unm von ""'"w, the famous lender
Clirlntinns and thoy were told to hang n", co,"Ponor, wiih ono of the moat cc-
up tholr .stockings nt night. Ono poor CHltr,c '"embers of a 'profession where,
fellow hnd no Blocking, nnd bo ho 1,1 "trlelly Ih coininon. It Ih re-
ImnK up IiIn trousers, in tho morning UlU'il tm,t 0110 ''"J'1 w,ll, walking tlio
bo was naked whnt be had got. Ho re- Htrw,t" "f Vleiiiin, litilow onmc upon n
piled: "I pica I got a aiun, for my r(,K"!nnl band on Km way to tho ens-
panU aro gone." lie. Immediately lie ran to tho mldd'..
of tho street and Joined the mnnll boys
"bout the dnmimer. Following t ie
band, he kept bowing to the snn'rlsod
drummer, applauding him at almoHt
"Thut Im rhythm! Excellent! That's
Iho way I like to hear It!" he con! In.
ued to ejaculate, to the aurprlao of all
and to the great delight of the small
Person In the street began to reeos
nlze tho famous planlHt and Joined the
proewulon, m that the band had ono
mnA iffim brat.
UREOON ,ltr. Hates. U.IO knit p.oo
,tltr. MrtiPftlH rates nr me mm.
A word to tlm wise Is sufficient,"
I remarked the mau with tho quotation
"Wroni Kln, rejoitiro me contrary
.it 1 t Him Milan la, i .1 ...
person, a ifuru iu imv "' UMMI.-V-
In the l.mitc Ao.
Ctrdlotl Vo!p hail fallen.
"1 wai try injc to iloiijre nn automobllt,"
it tipliiaed, "an J roller clcater run
Th hUtorlnna, howevrr, with ulnrulnr
tlUMntu, bare prrnint rtl In placing (be
MiKf on Htnr VIII. Chicago Tribune.
hta Sin. Carrie ah became ahe nlilo t
Bhe look hrr low, wft vole xtoni. and
bat It even yet.
Bat If hubby's Jiut a llttl alow to anawer
to btr call
Etn eao jar lilra with a role that cracka
tbt pa;er on th wall.
U for Oli! Tin,
Old tin la put to a variety of usci.
t''or Inatanco cheap trunks are covered
with till from discarded tin cans and
other utetiHlla, tho tin having been !lm
cut to desired size and atralghiened
and atpoothed out. There aro also con
cerns In different parts of tho country
which make a IiumIiichs of removing tho
tin coatlnif from old tin cans und scrao
Woman Itnllw wri...
In the Houth of France one ma km of 1,10 lnrK(,Ht nudlences to which It had
nt the llttlo wnynldo stations, women evor I,nywl'
attending to the signals of tho half do. I n,lIow listened attentively to tho ono.
en dally trains; whllo tlio companies ol 1,10 lnHt ,,lm-' n"(' ivn m,UjC n ,,W'P
regularly economize at tho level cross-,M)W Mo drummer nnd his in
lugs by employing femalo labor. The 8t,n-''.
husband can bo seen at work at his "Thank you," he said. "That was re-
rreslilngl" That puts my nerves In good
It Is said that when the drummer
learned who his strange admirer was
ho was the proudest man In the regi
ment. St. IoiiIk Republic.
vines uiwn tho hillside, whllo tho wlfo
waves the green flag and keeps tho chil
dren qulct.nelrolt News-Trlbune.
Telephone GlrlV Ftonano.
Conaclenttoua Carrie always trltd to do
Nver loat hr temper aba was different
from the rest;
Carrie was a "central," with a voice of
And that Is why Miss Carrie has a cot
tage of her own.
Out of 4 he Dim Iat.
Kamnel Woodwortb bad Just written
"Tho Old Oaken Hucket."
"Nothing In It 1" he muttered as he read
It over and reflected upon the probable
prlco it would bring.
Hut posterity evidently found some
thing In It.
The proposed Henry Hudson memorial
i i , 1 1 .
Di-iage win ne me largest span or con
crete or atone In the world. It will be
703 feet in the cle.ir. - There are aome
larger span of metal.
Mother will And Mr. WlniloWs Soothing
Bjrrup tho but rornedr to ute lor their ch'.idfjx
fluring the teethluK period.
"Some men," muttered Uncle Allen
Rparks after the tiresome apeaker had
aat down, "remind me of an old water
mill tbat'a running with empty hoppers.
Their wheels keep on gtng, but they
don't turn out any eriat."
Day In and day out there la that feeling
of weakness that makes a burden of ttoelf.
Food does not strengthen.
Bleep does not refresh.
It Is bard to do, hard to bear, what
should bo easy, vitality la on the ebb, and
the whole system suffers.
For this condition take
It vltalltea tho blood and gives vigor and
tone to all tbo organs and (unctions.
In usual liquid form or In chocolated
tablets known as Saroatabs. 100 doses $1.
PLEA FOIi THE IMMIGRANT.
Nolcil Horlnl, Worker Hnyii Apnerlrn
Should lln t.rmn IncllfTerc-nt.
MIks Jane Addams, the noted social
worker of Chicago, Iuih been In the
east delivering addresses In which she
makes a plea for the Immigrant. She
dwellH upon the loss that America Is
suffering by Indifference to tho real
vnluo of the foreign population and Its
For th IIoaaeTvlfo.
Some active women who pride them
selves In housekeeping seem to forget
that the object of keeping house Is that
human beings may bo accommodated
In It. Their sole Idea seems to be this
that tbo house may be kept In a certain
form and order; and to tbo perform
ance of tbo form and order tbey sacri
fice the comfort the bouso was estab
lished to secure.
doting the Incident,
Tbi famous ball player was
irooth tbt sporting column
"1 mi tht'v quit mentioning mt," be
all "I taar aa well sign."
Upon doing which h s scared ess eao re
Station In the nswsnapera.
lets ftontlv vo
'on uic bowels, cleanses
we svsTem effectual I v.
one in overcoming
lenelieial eWertts Ktv
Isrnornnc of tn Ilndmtnla,
"What a singular looking counter
pane!" aald the eminent phyalcian.
"Counterpane I" exclaimed his wife.
"Vet you are supposed to be one of the
rreateat authorities In the country on
"I fall to see the connection."
"Tbat'a a creijr quilt, yoo ninny."
"It's a mystery to uic," aald Uncle Al
len Kparks, "that Senator Ix Foltctte,
when he was counting up the men that
control the money of the country, forgot
to include Mra. Hehy Green."
CASTOR I A
Por Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Teactier Freddy Faugle, yon
give the German Dims of tbe
Teacher Donau! That la right I
am glad you bare studied your lesson
Freddy Is surprised, but keeps still.
Friend How did you come to wrlto
that "best seller?" Tho Modern Llt'ry
Gent First I was struck by a thought. ;
proper assimilation Into the citizenship
( eplgramized the thought, aketcblzed
the eplgrnm, plnylzcd the sketch, novel
ized the play and advertised tho novel I
"You told Tltely that the man who
lent me $10 would always navo I1U
coming. 1 demund an apology."
"You're right ; I was wrong. I abould
have aald tbo $10 wouia never do
comlnc." Kunsna City Tlmea.
"Paw, why do we have to pay for the
water we use? We don't hare to buy our
'That only shows, my eon, that you
have never bad to pay a gaa bill."
proper assimilation Into the citizenship
of this country. In particular, she de-sctHm-h
the lack of it nntlve American
art to our failure to nbsorb our Immi
grants thoroughly Into our body poV
"Twenty-five years of pcrsonnl con
tact with our foreign colonies nnd of
granting to them the proper facilities
to make of them American citizens as
wo are American citizens would bring
results to amaze and surprise us," ahe
hiijm. "Are we not Indeed foolish In re
fusing to realize It?"
WET AND DAMP CAUSE
COLD IN THE JOINTS
! JACOBS OIL
TAKES OUT THE PAIN AT
ONCE.REMOVES THE STIFF
NESS. PREVENTS ITS
RETURN, TOO. FINE FOR
BRUISES, SPRAINS AND
Price 35c and 50c.
TESTING HIS TONGUE.
Th ITnhnppr ICinrrlrncr of a Vounur
A young married woman in urooKlyn
suspected that her husband wiih Indulg
ing In wine. She determined, however,
to say nothing till she hnd confirmed
her nuaplelotiH. In conversation with
her bosom friend nlie snld ahe would
give nnythlng to discover tho truth.!
Tho friend mentioned that n man even
slightly Intoxicated cannot pronounce!
words of length. This gnvo tho young '
wife an idea, which she proceeded to
put Into execution.
When the young women met again,
the suspicious wife announced that tho
worst hnd U'cn ascertained. She burst
Into tenfs nnd took from her liaud bag
a paper, which she handed to her
"I gave him this," she sobbed.
The friend read front tho IIhI tho fol
lowing words ; "Phlllprogenltlveness,
J phthisis, parachronism, hypochondria
sis, piiotrK'iiromy, syncategoremaiic.
"And," added the unhappy wife, with
a fresh nob, "tho wretch missed nearly
nil of them!" New York Tribune.
I mB&S Hott AT ALL VtA!
I . -sl-IRiCCB. ron EVERY
S-niis JB m Hp Sht Cinnot k Equilltd At Any Pfl
assssB u -ssssssneeeeaw an u
MtN.Bnvo "rLMBEROFTHErAMILY. D Wff'. 'W B
' l, Da'uZ?M tN'M'8S"AN0 CHILDREN, R JWmKW A. B
IBaTl. eaeanV AaVaVJal I
" m . v - I . Ill a
Ilcnt of the Sun.
It has been computed tlint the tem
perature of tho surfuco of tho aim
would bo expressed by 18,000 degrees of
Fahrenheit's thermometer, or between
eighty and ninety times the tempera,
turo of lulling water, This la about five
tlmoH tho highest temporatiiro that man
Ih nblo to produco by artificial means.
Tho light given off from the surface of
tho sun la reckoned as being 5,1100 tlmea
more Intense than that of tho molten
metal In n Ueasciner converter, though
that Is of nn almost blinding brilliancy.
If we compare It with oxhydrogen
flame, the sun sheds n light equal to 140
tlmea tho Intensity of tho limelight.
She It Is said that cats hnvo 0
great dread of water,
Ho Oh, I don't know ; our cat seems
to drink that milk tho milkman brings
iwl Yonkers Statesman,
$100 Reward, $100.
The readers of this paper will be pleased to
learn tnat thero is at least one dreaded disease
that telenco baa been able to cure in all lis
stages, and that la Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh
Curels the only positive curonow known tothe
medical fraternity. Catarrh be ng a constitu
tional disease, requires a constitutional treat
ment Hall's Catarrh Cure it taken internally,
acting directly upon the blood and mucous sur
face of tho system, thereby det'oylng thofo.in
datlon of tbe dUoate, and giving t o pat.cnt
strength by building up tho constltu'fon and
assisting nature In doing Its work. Tho pro
j rletors haw no much faith In lis' nratlve pow
ers hat they offer Ono Hundred Dollars for any
ease that It fails to cure. Scud for list of
Aildrcss F J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O.
Bold by all druggists, 7&c.
Take Hall's Family Pill for constipation.
Aiming and Hitting;.
Mr. Kidder I think a woman's club,
to bo successful, should aim at some
thing far removed from female suf
frage. Miss Strong I don't agree with you,
sir. That should be lta sole object
Mr. Kidder Yes, but It's more likely
to hit that object If it alms at some
thing else. Philadelphia Press.
Hnd Been There.
"I read ln a book of statistics that
tbe average woman carries from thirty
to thirty-Are miles of balr on ber
"And then she raises tbe deuce If ber
husband happens to carry a yard or
two of It on his coat sleeve."
St. Titos' Daaee and all Nerrous Diseases
prrmansotly cured br Dr. Klloe'a Urro
rrva lirttorer. ena ror riir.c iz trial Dmuo ana
treatise. Dr. is. u. JUine, ixl. vu Axcn uu, rnu..i-
Poor Old Sophocles.
"Yes, John Is gottlng quite a repu
tation as an actor. Tbey gave him one
of tbo loading roles in a play at col
"John I Why, bis enunciation Is atro
"But this was a Greek play."
Cleveland Plain Dealer.
"Poor niram!" sobbed Mrs. Hard
apple. "He writes bis college life Isn't
as gay as It Is cracked up to be. Ho
Bays somo parts of It aro very touch
ing." "Blamed If I don't agree with him,'
chuckled Mr. Hardapple, as be greased
bis boots. "I notice be Is always writ
ing touching letters for teu or twenty
"Norah," sold her mistress, "I don't
mind It if the policeman on tbe beat
drops into the kitchen once in a while of
an evening, but I object to your enter
taining such Bbabby and disreputable
looking fellows as the one who was there
"He's all r-rlght, m'm," said Norah.
"He's me plain clo'cs p'leecera'n."
Ilia Credit Impaired,
Dlngua Shadbolt, I haven't asked
you for any money for a long time,
Shadbolt No; you never asked me for
any money for a long time. You always
wanted it for "just a day or two." That's
why you're not going to get any this time,
DInguss. Air feels a little like anow,
doean't It? Chicago Tribune.
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CONGRESSMAN MEEKISON RECOMMENDS PE-RU-NA
f "I have used several bottles of Pcruna and I feel greatly benefited thereby
from my catarrh of the head. I feel encouraged to believe that if I use it a
1 short time longer I will be fully able to eradicate the disease of thirty years'
i standing." David Meekison.
OTHER REMARKABLE CURES
Mr. Jacob L. Davis, Galena, Stono county, Mo., writes: "I have been in
bad health for thirty seven years, and after taking twelve bottles of your Peruna
I am cured." Mr. C. N. Peterson, 132 South Main St., Council Bluffs, Iowa,
-vrites: "I cannot tell you how much gooj Penina bos done me. Constant con
finement in my store began to teil on my health, and I felt that I was gradually
breaking down. I tried eevoial remedies, but obtained no permanent relief un
til I took Peruna. 'I felt better immediately, and five bottles restoreJ me to
A SINCERE RECOMMENDATION. j
Mr. D. C. Prosper, Bravo, Allegan Co., Mich., writes: Two years ago I
was badly afflicted with catarrh of the stomach. I had had a run of typhoid
fever, was very depleted. I could find nothing I could eat without cansing dis
tressed and eour stomach. Finally I came to the conclusion that I had catarrh
of the stomach, and seeing Peruna advertised, began to take it. Ii helped me
soon, and after taking three or four bottles I was entirely cured of stomach
trouble, and can now eat anything.'1'
Manufactured by the Peruna Drug Manufacturing Company, Columbus, Ohio.
Lilg-htnlns in South Africa.
In South Africa, where thunder
storms are terrific, lightning often
strikes the beds of Ironstone, end blue
flames, sometimes firing buildings, are
alleged to play about such Ironstone
outcroppings two or three hours after
"My wife," growled Kadley, "la the
most forgetful woman."
"Yea?" mildly inquired the polite vla
j "Yes, she can never remember In tho
! morning where J left my pipe the night
I before." Philadelphia Presa.
THE MEN TOO KNOW
QUALITIES OF V
are the men who have
put them to the hard
est tests In the rough
Get the original
Towers Fish Brand
made since 1836
iataloc ritcerM rue Ask th
a Hi' sn
v 1 1 '
WIIKN vrrltinr to advcrtleera please
went Inn tit la paper.
The most important part of the human system is the blood. Every mus
cle, nerve, tissue, bone and sinew is dependent on this vital fluid for nour
ishment and strength necessary to maintain them in health and enable each
to perform the different duties nature requires. Even the heart, the very
"engine "of life, receives its vigor and motive power from the blood. Since
so much is dependent on this vital fluid it can very readily be seen how
necessary it in to have it pure and uncontaminated if we would enjoy the
blessing of good health. Bad blood is responsible for most of the ailments
of mankind ; when from any cause it becomes infected with impurities,
humors or poisons, disease in some form is sure to follow. Muddy, sallow
complexions, eruptions, pimples, etc., show that the blood is infected with
unhealthy humors which have changed it from a pure, fresh stream to a
sour, acrid fluid, which forces out its impurities through the pores and
glands of the skin. A very common evidence of bad blood is sores or ulcers,
which break out on the flesh, often
from a very insignificant bruise or
even scatch or abrasion. If the blood
was pure and healthy the place would
heal at once, but being loaded with
impurities, which are discharged into
the wound, irritation and inflamma
tion are set up and the sore continues.
Bud blood is also responsible for
Anaemia, Boils, Malaria, etc.; the
weak, polluted circulation cannot fur
nish tlie nourishment and strength
required to sustain the body, and a
general run-down condition of health
results. S. S. S. is nature's blood
purifier and tonic ; made entirely of
healing, cleansing roots and herbs.
It goes down into the circulation and removes everj' particle of impurity,
humor or poison that may be there, restores lost vitality, and steadily tones
up tne entire system, it auils to the blood the healthful properties it is in
need of, and in every' way assists in the cure of disease. S. S. S. neutral
izes any excess of acid in the blood, making it fresh and pure, and perraa
nently cures Eczema, Acne, Tetter, and all other skin diseases and eruptions.
S. S. S. cures Rheumatism, Catarrh, Sores and Ulcers, Malaria, and all
other diseases or disordtrs arising from bad blood. Book ou the blood and
any medical advice desired free to all who write
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, GA.
Your S. S. S-, In my opinion. Is as good a
medicine as can be had; It simply cannot be
Improved upon as a remedy to purify and enrich
the blood and to invigorate and tone up the
system. This spring my blood was bad and I
was run down in health, and having seen your
medicine highly advertised I commenced Its use.
Today my blood is ln fine condition and my
general health is of the best. Am filling posi
tion as fireman for a large concern here, and
if I was not in good physical condition it would
be Impossible for me to fill the place. Your
S. S. S. has been of great service to mr and I do
not hesitate to give it the credit It oeserves.
WM. F. VANDYKE.
813 Fifth Street. Beaver Falls, Penn.
f'fogs'is is Only Ono
Laxative Bromo Quinine
VXD THE WORLD1 OVER TO OUHE A COLO IM ONE DAY.
Always remembor the full name. Look
(or this signature on every box. 25o.
PUTNAM FADELESS DYES
ana is cui
I tww to dye,
ra eTooaii pnnw)r ana taster coiora tnan any ether dye. One 10c package colors all 1c, wool and cotton eauallv well
fM..Pi?f &UMUttB' or we will send poet Paldat lOo a pcUs. Write to" NebookW
ye, bleachiand mix oelsra. MONROE DRUG COMPANY, Quinsy, tool.
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