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of the Blood
Come to a large majority of people.
Probably 75 per cent, of these are
cured every year by Hood's Sarsapa
rilla, and we hope by this advertise
ment to get the other 25 per cent, to
take this great Spring Medicine.
It will sharpen, your appetite, cure
all stomach troubles, relieve that
Its strength as a blood purifier is
demonstrated by its marvelous cures of
Scrofula Salt Rheum
Scald Head Boils, Pimples
All Kinds of Humor Psoriasis
Blood Poisoning Rheumatism
Catarrh Malaria, Etc.
All of which are prevalent now.
Will do you a wonderful amount of
good. Be sure to get Hood's.
Prince to Stick Type.
Like all the male members of the
royal house of Germany, the crown
prince is about to learn a trade, which
will probably be that of a compositor.
TO CURB A ( OLD IN ONE DAT
Take Laxative )romo Quinine Tablets. All
Iruggists refund the money ii it fails to cure.
K. W. Grove's signature is oil each box. 2-"ie.
Can't Take the Medicine.
Bobbs Laughter is a cure for in
digestion. Dobbs But a man can't laugh when
he has dyspepsia. Baltimore Amer
By taking GARPIKLD TEA, the danger
01 contracting la grip is lessened,
for the system is cleansed, the
blood purified and the diges:ion
perfected by this great herb cure.
Germany's New Navy.
The German naval programme,
which according to the original an
nouncement, was not to be completed
until 1916, is now, it sems, to be
finished by 1906. In that year Ger
many will have at least 40 ships,
20 large cruisers and z8 small cruis
ers. When You Buy Ink
get Carter's and you will get the best everv
time. "Inklings" free. Carter's Ink Co.",
Buying Land in Sweden.
In Sweden tuey have a land ar
rangement of this kind: the former
will give a tenant so many acres of
ground, provided tne tenant will give
him so many days labor for so many
years, the labor to be paid as wanted.
The Best Prescription for Malaria
Chills and Fever is a bottle of Grove's Tasteless
Chill Tonic. It is simply iron and quinine In
a tasteless form. No Cure, No Pay. Price 60c.
The Caspian Sea.
The Caspian sea is literally a great
depression in the surface of the earth.
It is 84 feet below the regular sea
level. Besides this, its waters have
very little salt in them, being almost
A NEW ACCOUNT BOOK
Of Particular Interest to Threshermen and
Bussell & Co., of Portland, Ore., the
largest dealers in machinery on the
Pacific Coast, have just issued at con
siderable expense a neat and very com
plete account book for up-to-date
thresheimen, etc The books are tor
free distribution, and all. people who
want them should write immediately
to Russell & Co., Portland, Ore.
Police Hard to Dismiss.
A New York police commissioner
declared that it was easier to hang a
man for murder there than to dismiss
a policeman. "Last year," he said,
"the board had to pay out $130,000
in back salaries to men who had
Deen reinstated by the courts.
FITQ Permanently Cured. No fits er nerrousnees
niO after timt dny'd itM-of Ir. Kline's Great Nenre
Restorer. Send for FREE 94.00 trial bottle and treat.
Im. lin. B. 11. Klim, Ltd..V31 Arch St., Philadelphia, Pa,
Denver has an ordinance which pro
hibits operating an automobile at a
speed greater than six miles an hour,
and employs a mounted policeman to
Catarrh has become such a common
disease that a person entirely free from
this disgusting complaint is seldom met
With. It is customary to speak of Catarrh
as nothing more serious than a bad cold,
a simple inflammation of the nose and
throat. It is, in fact, a complicated and
very dangerous disease ; if not at first, it
Very soon becomes so.
The blood is quickly contaminated by
the foul secretions, and the poison through
the general circulation is carried to all
parts of the system.
Salves, washes and sprays are unsatis
factory and disappointing, because they do
not reach the seat of the trouble. S. S. S.
does. It cleanses the blood of the poison
and eliminates from the system all catar
rhal secretions, and thus cures thoroughly
and permanently the worst cases.
Mr. T. A. Williams, a leading dry -goods mer
chant of Spartanburg, S. C, writes : For year
nasal Catarrh, with all
the disagreeable effects
which belong to that
disease, ana which
make life painful and
unendurable. I used
medicines prescribed by
leading physicians and
euggej-ted by numbers
of friends, but without
getting any better. I
then began to take S. S.
S. It l.ad the desired
effect, and cured me
after taking eighteen
bottles. In inv opinion S. S. 8. is the onlv medi.
cine now in use that will effect a permanent cure
is the only purely veg
etable blood purifier
known, and the great
est ot all blood medi
cines and tonics.
If you have Catarrh don't wait until it
becomes deep-seated and chronic, but be
gin at once the use of S. S. S., and send
for our book on Blood and Skin. Diseases
and write our physicians about your case.
r. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO, ATLANTA. GA.
CURES WHERE AIL ELSE f AILS.
Beat Cough Syrup. Tastes Good. Use I
in time, sold oy arngrtna.
CROOK PERSONATES A GIRL
Nebraska Hotel Clerk Fell in Love muC
Wanted to Marry Him.
Denver. Col.. "Dear Mr. Crawford:
Since there is no law which permits
two men to marry it will be impossible
for me to consent to become your wife.
You will find all the evidence of my
womanly charms which so attracted
you. as well as the 'form' which
you so admired in my room upstairs. I
am sorry to blast your fondest wishes,
beg to remain your sister.
That was the reply which Harry It.
Crawford, night clerk of the Midway
hotel at Kearue.v. Xeb.. received from
his lady love at the Windsor hotel in
Denver when anticipating an accept
ance of his offer of marriage. Behind
the sarcastic little note is the story
of a shrewd little liuiiko game.
Last November a handsome, flaxen
haired young woman appeared at the
Midway hotel in Kearimy, Xeb., and
was hired as waitress by Landlord
Casey. She said her name was Minnie
Swift and that she was trvinir to
for herself, as her mother was an invalid
and dependent for support upon her
only brother, who was a struggling
mining operator at Cripple Creek.
She had many admirers, among them
W. S. Weaver, a cattle buyer from
Wyoming. After three weeks she ask
ed for leave to stay at home for a few
davs. Next eveninir a slender
man registered at the Midway hotel as
Arthur J. Swift, Cripple Creek, Colo.
Harry K. Crawford, night clerk, asked
If he was related to Minnie Swift
"She's my sister." answered the
young man. "Do you know her?"
When he learned that Minnie was a
waitress at the hotel he inquired eager
ly about her, and obtaining her address
went away. The following morning
he brought a note from Minnie asking
permission to stay at home while her
brother was in town. On the after
noon of the fifth day he asked Mr.
Casey to cash a draft for "only $250."
The proprietor couldn't, but W. S.
Weaver was only too happy to accom
modate his sweetheart's brother, who
had to leave town that night. Next
day Minnie Swift returned to work.
The draft was protested. Minnie cried
and said that there must be some mis
take; that her brother was in Denver
closing a mining deal. Weaver, being
unable to go. sent Clerk Crawford with
the girl to Denver to find Arthur Swift
and rectify the error. Weaver paid the
expenses of the trip. Crawford pro
posed on the train and Minnie promised
him an answer next morning. In the
morning Crawford found the note
given above. He went to the mom art.
joining his, which was occupied by the
girl. On the floor was a corset, a wis
of yellow hair, powder, rouge and curl
ing irons. Crawford notified the nnlioo
and went home.
GIFT TO THE NATION.
Agricultural Department's Collection
of Mew t conomic Plant
The Department of Agriculture at
Washington is now putting into shape
a collection of new economic plants and
vegetables which are expected to prove
of great value to the farmers and gar
deners of the country. The collection
was made by Barbour Lathrop, former
ly of Chicago, who has spent two years'
time and thousands of dollars of his
own money on the project.
Two years ago Mr. Lathrop left New
York, taking with him as. an expert
botanist David G. Fairchild, who was
assigned for the purpose by the De
partment of Agriculture at Washing
ton. At the time of his selection Mr.
Fairchild was in charge of the section
of seed and plant introduction.
During the two years which have
elapsed the party has visited almost
every part of South America, Europe,
Africa and Asia, to say nothing of the
stands at which they have made stops.
Everywhere they have gone they have
carefully investigated the regular crops
oy the farmers of the country, and have
purchased seeds and plants of such
species as they thought might be in
troduced into the United States with
advantage. Altogether 450 different
purchases have been sent in to the
Agricultural Department, and -experiments
are already well advanced with
some of them. Among those from
which great results are expected are
the Alexandrian clover from Egypt,
which is intended as a late fodder crop
for irrigated lands in California and
Arizona; the seedless grape from
Padua, Italy, Intended for the seedless
raisin industry of the Colorado desert
region; Egyptian cotton, which is now
being tested by over 100 experimenters
in the South; and a series of East In
dian yams, one of which is said to be
far superior to the potato in flavor.
Where H s Test Failed.
Sir William Harcourt has pleaded
guilty to absent-mindedness and tells
a story against himself. He suspected
a man servant of stealing money and
at last resolved to set a trap. Taking
a handful of gold coins, he laid them
down on his writing desk and went out
Presently he sent this servant to the
room to fetch some article. When
John had returned he promptly went
to his room to see if the coins had been
touched. On the table. In the place
where he had left them, were gold
coins. But were there as many as he
had left? He did not know, for he had
neglected to count them before he had
laid them down. "By this incident
you see," said Sir William, in telling
the story, "that I was born to be
chancellor of the exchequer."
Some people are enthusiastic in ac
cepting invitations, because they figure
that they will save that much by eat
lug away from home.
l THE SEEDLESS J Jj
80MB NEW PRODUCTS. - j
Crtmt nf a..:, d.i:
fte cost of the police force of
"aria grows steadily year by year
in 1872 it was 4,0ai,725 of which
$2,237,300 was paid by the city and
the rest by the government; in 1885,
tj Oct Don. I i. m . . . . .
ti,swMv, IU Xi., ao,45,lfU.
A Strong Man's Secret.
One of the strongest men recently stated
that the secret of liis wonderful power was
gerfeot digestion. Hosteller's Stomach
itters makes digestion perfect, and cures
all complaints arising from a week stom
ach, such as indigestion, biliousness and
all liver and kidney ailments. As a blood
pnrii.er and nerve touiovjt is marvelous
U is recommended bv physicians. and solii
by every druggist in the'eountrv. Trv ii
also for malaria fever, and ague.'
Young Lady Bell Ringers.
Six young ladies have learned the
art of bell ringing in the village of
Bradfleld, England. They "rang In"
1901 at the churcn.
Thii signature ia on every box of the genuine
Laxative Bromo-Quinine Tablet.
the ramed; that cures at colli In on day
Profits of a Convict Mine.
The Tennessee convict coal min is a
paying institution. The profits in the
last six months will amount to more
FOB STOMACH. LIVER AND BOWELS.
Indigestion is effectually cured
by the original HERB medicine, GAR.
Fl KI.I TEA, which causes a normal
action of the digestive organs.
Strike a Siccess.
Cahill Was the strike a success?
Cassidy It was. After being out
six weeks we succeeded in gittin' back
our jobs. Puck.
IN BED FOR YEARS
DECLARED A HOPELESS IHYALID BT
Restored to Perfect Health and Strength
by Dr. William Pink Pllla for l ala
People A Moat Wonderful Cure.
from the Prett, Grand Rapids, Mich.
Of the many remarkable cases
which have recently occupied the at
tention of the medical world and of
the public at large, none more strik
:ngly illustrates the wonderful power
3t Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale
People than the recovery of Mrs.
Jennie Tuttle, who, after two years'
confinement to her bed, was restored
to perfect health and strength. Mrs.
Tuttle, who lives at the corner of Ful
ton and Market streets, Grand Rapids,
Mich., tells the following story:
"I had been flat on my back in bed
for two years and the doctors had
given me up as a hopeless case. They
had resorted to every remedy known
to the profession and had even sub
jected me to the tortures of five sur
gical operations. My trouble was duo
to change of life and I grew weaker
and weaker until I became helpless
and unable to leave my bed. A nurse
and four physicians attended me.
"One box of Dr. Williams' Pink
Pills for Pale People gave me great
relief and after using them for three
months I was a well woman, having
been able to leave my bed the sixth
week after commencing the treat
ment. I can state that the cure was
complete and permanent as it is now
three years since I used them.
"I have recommended the pills to
several of my relatives. My mother-in-law-
who is 72 years old, took them for
general debility, and they soon pro
duced a very marked improvement in
her condition. I wish that the
thousands of women who are afflicted
as I have been may know of this rem
edy which has saved my life and
given me health and strength."
Signed, MRS. JENNIE TUTTLE.
Subscribed and sworn to before me
this 2nd day of August, 1900.
B. F. BARENDSEN,
Seal Notary Public.
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale
People are sold by all dealers, or
will be sent post paid on receipt of
price, 50 cents a box, or six boxes for
$2.50, by addressing Dr. Williams Med
icine Co., Schenectady, N. Y.
The Doctor's Order.
Mother (an invalid) Johnny, don't
you think I ought to punish you for
being so bad?
Johnny (aged 5) No mamma. You
know the doctor said you was not to
indulge in any violent exercise.
Butcher Lee o' Mutton? Yes'm.
Mrs. De Rigeur And let it be off a
black sheep, if you please. We're in
mourning, you know. Philadelphia
Afegetable Preparationfor As
similating the Food andBegula
ting the Stomachs and Bowels of
ness and Rest.Contains neither
Opium.Morphine nor Mineral.
Oape of Obi ArSAMUEL PITCHER
Aperfecl Remedy- forConsBpa
Fion, Sour Stomach.Diarrhoea
Worms .Convulsions .Feverish
ness and Loss OF SLEEP.
Facsimile Signature of
EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER.
A VERY PROMINENT MAN
r I u ; .
vwu ncdiin ana Happiness to
Congressman Howard from Alabama.
Washington, Feb. 4th, 1899.
-vru-na Drug M'f'g Co., Columbus, O.:
Gentlemen I have taken Pe-ru-nu
now for two wees, and find I am
very much relieved. I feel that my
cure will be permanent. I have also
taken it for la grippe, and I take
pleasure in recommending Pe-ru-na
as an excellent remedy to all fellow
Very respectfully, M. W. Howard.
Congressman Howard's home ad
dress is Fort Payne, Ala.
Any man who wishes perfect health
must be entirely free from catarrh.
Catarrh is well-nigh universal; almost
omnipresent. e-ru-na is the only ab
solute safeguard known. A cold is
the beginning of catarrh. To prevent
colds, to cure coids, is to cheat catarrh
out of its victims. Address Dr.Hart
man, Columbus, O., for a free catarrh
An Old Fort in Florida.
The oldest fort in America is at St.
Augustine, Fla. It was built by the
Spanish over three centuries ago. It
was for a long time used as a prison,
ffopm fha Cough nnd
Workm Off thm Gold.
Laxative Bromo-Quinine Tablets cnre a cold in
one day. .No cure. No Pay. Price 25 cents.
Caused Reduction in Arrests.
The fee system for arrests in Jack
son county, Missouri, was abolished a
year ago. The number of arrests since
that time has considerably decreased.
MORSE & CO.
- --T "mTiiina n i aia'T r
NOTHING BETTER MADE
Yob can't make a mistake It you get k
.... x . .
MlCCIiell. iietZllS & StaVeF CO.
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have
tmb ecm-Aua company, mkw voaa em.
1 Signature Km
f Jv In
IU' For Over
I Chang of Nam.
Mm. Greene I aiiiitioati tfca mt.
lings are awfully stuck uu imo the
got that monwy from Mrs, Chltllngs
Mrs. Gray Not so tum li a ,
might have supposed; hut I iiMImj that
when they have mltiKiiiattl mt (ho
table they call It croijufcltea; l tiao.i i
De plain hash. Boston Tnmi Mlt,
After the Consultation,
Patient Now, doctor, what's La
matter witn me, anyway 7
The Head Conunltinir I'lividluii
My dear, sir, do you supposa that If
we knew what whh rli. ..iMtt.. iin.
you, we would have decided to bold s
putsi-uiunein ; narper 8 lluzar,
"They say that Old Gotrox is barely
ttuits lo write nis name.
"Now, that shows the injustice of
things. Here I could write my name
to a check with the greatest ease;
but what's the use?" Indianapolis
Piles of Pain.
Many kind of piles itching, bleeding all
painful, terrible tortures, but all are quickly
cured by Casearets Candy Cathartic. All drug-
QDto. iuv, we CUD,
Mr. Lew told me that he was a
Yale man. Do you know what class
ne was graduated from?"
"From the sophomore class." Har
A Hopeless Case.
"It's no use; Chumleigh never will
"Why? What has he done now?"
"Paid me $10 he owed me right In
ironi oi my tailor.
"What is your definition of satire?"
"Satire," said Miss Cayenne, "is
something that compels you to laugh
against your will in order to let it
appear that you are not angry."
New Industry in Australia.
The culture of the olive has rsccTillv
been introduced into South Australia
and Victoria, and good crops of fruit
are now Deing ODtainea, yielding an ex
cellent oil. The industry bids fair to
oecome an important one.
Her Pointed View.
Chappie (blase) Don't you think
society is an empty thine?
Miss Puller I think there are lots
if empty things in society. Smart
Pumps Water, Saws Wood,
Grinds Feed, and costs two
cents an hour to run.
Get full particulars from 310 Market
Street, San Francisco, Cal. ; First and
Stark Sts., Poland, Or.; Los Angeles,
IT LEADS THEM ALL
The "Cyclone" Thresher
If You Buy a New
OR SAW MILL
You of Course Want the Best. Write for
Catalogue and Prices.
RUSSELL & CO.,
! Heirs of Union Soldiers who homsteaded less
i 'lian B0 acr s hefore June CI, 1874 (no matter if
; abnnconed), should address
I HJSNKY H. COPI'
Washington; D. C.
We wish to gala this year soo.000 new
customers, un nence oner
Fkfr. Bauer's .:iue Blood Tomato.. 15c
1 . The Northern Lemon L.e
i uama's raTonie union lue
1 Emerald Green encumber.... loo
1 City Garden Beet 10c
1 M 13 Day Radish 100
1 " LaCrvsse Market Lettuce.... 16o
S M logant Flower 8eedl.... ... lc
Worts tl.00 for 14 cents. ' 5
We will maU you this entire ai.00a
worth of f plenaid seed novelties free.
togetner wicn our large uiuairaieu
Plant and Seed Catalogue on receipt
ot tab .otlcc and 14. in postage
Choice On!.. Becd 60e lb sas as.
Potatoes at .20 per barrel and up
Catalogue alone. 6 cents. I
J0H A. S.LZER SEED C0..UCntri,W1i.
FAT FOLKS SUMIS
from 15 to 26 lbs. per month by a
harmless treatment. Thousands
cured. Mrs. M. A. MacCrone,
uawiey St., Rochester,
writes: "Four years aeo
reduced 48 ponndB by your vain- V
able treatment. My exnerience 11
as Trained Nurse has taught me the dangers of Fatty
Degeneration- Have not gained." Patients treated
by mail confidentially. For particnlarsaddresa,with
'temp. DB.P.C.''roEK,13l4lluiic Trmp!e,Coiago,llt
I POULTRY NETTINC.
Buy from the manufacturer. Price in tall rolls
2 feet wide, ISO feet long 11.65
8 " 2 47
4 " Z13.""V.'". 3.30
o m 4 12
6 " - - " r"r."".!..'.". 4!9
All Kinds of Wire and Iron Work.
PORTLAND WIRE A IRON WORKS
l 149 Front St., Portland, Oregon.
BI'iKFORD. W shlnoton. D. C. thev will re
ceive Quick renlies. B. nth N. H. Vols. Staff
20th Corps. Prosecuting claims since 1878.
A guaranteed CHre for Catarrh and
Consumption, fi.oo. D Lock Box 145.
i W. H. SMITH & GO., Buffalo, M.T., Prop's
M. P. N. D.
WHEN writing; t advertisers
mention this paper.
I I ill
THE COST'S THE THING.
Not th Maxim that Was Impressed
an Om RhbII m wl
Ones upon a time a long while ago
wneu the writer was young and vain
glorious and occasionally expatiated to
oti of her small comtuuilona linon
tlie cost of tier wearing apparel or the
unmumr of teaspoons ber .mamma pos
"Mftrt, he was reprimanded severely
fi t)(s Indiscretions. "Little ladles
Oo tfft lst," sbs waa told senten
Aflf swlille she came flrmlv to he-
(lv litis Ixx'snstt ot Its emllesa repetl-
mniD nun w, wns often surprised
Wltmt iinii(Jni)i friends coullcied In her
llo Kuaruum amount they spent an
nually in dress or th v of the turkey
Ihey h4 for Ihelr Christmas dinned
Tim, as the doicmeut man so aptly
reuiurKeo, urtt eiuuKd now, however,
aui osteiiiaiion is the order of the dv
uayu it wriu-r In the Hnlilmore News.
I'erlmp this Is the fault of the news
papers, ivrliups some hungry report
er searching for available "copy" and
nnoiug it In the florist's bills for a big
weauing may be urlmarllv to blame
but at all events the marriage of two
young people of wealth Is nowadays
maue a ceremony of such osteutatlon
as to amount to vulcarliv.
The charms of face or character of
the bride, the good qualities of the
groom are passed over lightly In order
that there may be Dlentv of
estimate the cost of the various details.
The amount of money that the pre
sents represent the caoltal reDresent-
ed by those who are invited, the cost of
tne trousseau, of the carriages, of the
nowers and the supper are all set dowu
with great accuracy and added with
much precision. When the total
reaches Into the aaillious the
nuptials are announced to be a success
and the youug couple are supposed to
have entered the matrimonial state
under the happiest auspices.
There Is uo effort made to conceal
the fact that money is the most Inter
esting thing about the pair and the oc
Perhaps these people are to be nitled
Perhaps, as was said before, thievini?
newspaper men break In and steal In
formation about special trains and or
chids and trifles of that sort that the
families yearn to keep secret. But
however that may be, the writer never
reads that Miss So-and-so received
twelve rones of pearls, valued at S.t00.
000, that she doesn't think of the old
maxim or the nursery days, "Little
ladies do not boast" and wish that it
could be handed on to the feminine
young and old of American society.
SON COMMANDS FATHER.
Unique Conditioa of Affairs in a Colo
rado Volu-iteer Keeiment.
A unique position in the United
States army service is that occupied by
Benjamin Lear, Sr., and his son, former
residents of Cripple Creek, who ar
members of the First Colorado Volun
teer Regiment which has been doing
duty In the Philippines. The father Is
a private In C Company of the regiment
and his son is captain of the same com
pany, a condition believed to be with
out parallel In the Government service.
When the First Colorado Regiment
was raised Benjamin Lear, Jr., was
FATHER AND SON.
acting as sergeant in a company and
volunteered with his comrades. The
father was foreman of the composing-
room or a urippie ureek, uolo., news
paper, but concluded to follow his son
to the Philippines and joined the regi
ment Arriving at Manila he was
transferred to the company of which
his son was sergeant. As time passed.
the father saw himself still further out
ranked by his son. who, through meri
torious service, won several promotions
and reached a captaincy. The father is
50 years old and the son 20.
Mashed a "Masher."
Two or the young women, pretty
ones and well dressed, playing at one
of the theaters boarded a car last
night for the theater and sat quietly
talking. A pretty young thing oppo
site began to stare, smile, make eyes
and try his best to make a hit Sud
; denly the older girl began In a loud
j "Oh. did I tell you about the man on the
! car last night? He sat opposite me,
' and tried all kinds of ways to make my
acquaintance, and was such a nuisance
i I wished his mother was there to take
mm away.- uverypoay in the car,
wno naa watcnea things for some
time, grinned appreciatively, and the
would-be gallant blushed, looked very
uncomfortable and got out at the next
stop. The two girls laughed; then re
sumed their personal talk, and when
they reached the theater got out quiet
ly. Everybody in the car wanted to
cheer them. Boston Herald.
A Royal Chair.
An interesting chair in the newly re
stored church called the Garrison
church, at Berlin, has been ordered by
the Kaiser to be placed In his pew
there. It is a simple wooden affair,
and bears the following inscription:
"King Frederick William I. once sat
on this chair during divine services."
Bad for the Hotels.
Owing to the absence of British tour
ists. Belgain hotel-keepers have had
the worst year they have known.
Deafness isn't the affliction to age
that it is to yonth; a deaf aged person
doesn't miss hearing many nice things.
I Most people have the church instinct
in their blood.
Little Liver Pills.
Must Bear Signature of
fee Facsimile Wrapper Below.
Teery email and as easy
to talto as tragaxt
FOR TORPID LIVER.
FOR SALLOW SKIN.
I e,i. i osmmva mut navi .uiratu.e.
I Cents I Purely Tetaluvvk
CURE SICK HEADACHE.
Will Keep You Dry
Take No Sustitute . Free Catalogue.
Smowinc Full Line of Garments and Hats.
A.J.TOWER Co. Bostom. Mass.
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MIXO. B. 8TEVKNS St CO.. Kstah lsT
Dl v. 4, 817 14th Street, WASHINGTON T. G.
Branch offices: Chicago. Cleveland and Dotroit
knOWn that ftnimtnr am
can be bought. Don't save a
nickel on cheap seeds and lose a
uuuar on cne narvest.
1901 Seed Annual free.
0. M. FERRY a CO.,
Mm J. WALSH
'How has my new book sold?" asked
the young author of the bookman.
Well, judging from what the Dur-
chasers say, it is a regular sell!" At
CATARRH CANNOT BE CUBED
With local applications, as they cannot reach
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ponsti til tir.ni.1 rl lu.iu . tiI
... . . . . x., ...... ... u. uci iu cure lb
yon must .ak3 internal remedies. Hall's Ca
tarrh t lire is taken lmernallv, and actsdirectly
on the b.ood and mucous surfaces. Hall's Ca-
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country lor years, and is a regular prescription.
II. is,iimTiAwl nl th. W, . ; L .
hineri with ih hear hlmwl
rectlyon the mucous surfaces. The perfect
Mmhiti.tinn nf rha 1 1 . : . .
duces such wonderful results in curing eatairh.
8end for testimonials, free.
c - "cney uo-. pr., Toledo, O.
Sold by druggists, price 75c.
Halls Family Pills are the beat.
"How close is your relationship to
Oh, his brother married mv
brother-in-law's sister." Detroit Free
lOTJ KNOW WHAT YOU ARE TAKING
When tou take Grove's Tasteless Chill Tnnin
because the formula is plainly printed on every
bottle showing that it is simply Iron and Qui
nine In a tasteless form. No Core. No Pay. 60c.
You can't tell some women any
Of course not: they won't stoD
talking themselves long enough to let
you." Philadelphia Bulletin.
Piso's Cure cannot bo ton hichlv nntr.n
of us a cough cure. .1. W. O'B'rikh. 322
liird Ave., N., Minneapolis, Minn.. Jan.
"I'd like to have my husband eo
Does he hit anything?"
I don't think so: but as I never ask
any questions about the game he
brings home he always buys me a
handsome present of some kind."
Detroit Free Press.
' t.AAm eA . . .
wltb torpid liver, which produces eonatlpa
tion. I found CASCARETS to be all you claim
for them, and secured such relief the first trial,
that I nUttlhaaiHi innthn annnlv .
P'oleiy cured. I so all only be too glad to ree-
omraena ttscarota whenever the opportunity
Is prrsented." J. a. Smith.
vm usqneoanna Ave., Philadelphia, Pa,
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