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Dry, moist, scaly tetter, all forms
of eczema or salt rheum, pimples
and other cutaneous eruptions pro
ceed from humors, either inher
ited, or acquired through defective
digestion and assimilation.
To treat these eruptions with
drying medicines is dangerous.
The thing .to do is to help the
system discharge the humors, and
strengthen it against their return.
Hood's Sarsaparilla permanently cured 3.
G. Binea, Franks. 111., of eczema, from which
he had suffered for some time; and His
Alvina Wolter, Box 212, Alcona. Wis., of pim
ples on her face and back and chafed skin on
her body, by which she had been greatly
troubled. There are more testimonials in
favor of this great medicine than can be
Promises to cure . and keeps the
promise. Don't put off treatment.
Buy a bottle of Hood's today.
A Woman's Reason.
"How did you happen to insure in
that particular company?"
"I consulted the wishes of , my
."Of course; that's very praisworthy.
But does she know anything about
life insurance companies?"
"Yes. She investigated and found
that this one always issues the pret
tiest calendars." Tit-Bits.
This signature is on ere box of the genuine
I av4JA DwtMAjflinfltfia m-vi-
uua u t w w uuiu-yuiuiut iu,w"
the remedy that can a cM 1st net slay
Three a Day.
Tourist in Ireland (to rural postman)
How many malls bave you here in
"Three breakfast, dinner and tay.'
DEAFNESS CANNOT BE CUBED
Bt local applications, as they cannot reach the
diseased portion oi the ear. There is only one
way to cure deafness, and that is by constitu
tional remedies. Deafness is caused by au in
flamed condition of tbe mucous lining of the
Eustachian Tube. When this tube gets in
flamed you have a rumbling sound or imper
fect hearing, and when it is entirely closed
deatness is the result, and unless the inflamma
tion can be taken out and this tube restored to
its normal condition, hearing will be destroyed
forever; nine cases out ot ten are caused by
catarrh, which is nothing but an inflamed
condition of the mucous surfaces.
WewiUgive One Hundred Dollars for any
ease of Deainess (caused by catarrh) that can
not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, 0.
Bold by Druggists, 76c
Hall's Family Pills are the beat.
"I hear they give Hank- a cross ex
amination in that trial up town."
"Yes, and I can't see why they
needed to be cross about it. Hank 's
the best natured cuss I ever see. "
Chicago News. .
am dh jrreaonpsion ror aiaiana)
RhiUs and PevAr ffl a hnttln rf RmWi TatalM
Chill Tonic. It is simply iron and quinine in
a xurju. av tun, no rmy . xrice ouc.
now do people enjoy trolley rides
in such crowded cars?"
Oh, everybody is buoyed up by the
expectation that everybody else will
get off at the next corner." Chicago
So Nice to Eat, So Mild, So Effective.
To take medicine is a pleasure, when the
medicine is Cascarets Candy Cathartic, the
only modern laxative fit to be used. All drug
gists, 10c, 25c, 60c.
Well Up in Art. .
"I hear he is well up in art."
"Yes. His studio is on the top
floor, and his paintings are always
BROOKLYN, N. V., Sept. 80. Information
has been received regarding the wonderful
curative powers of the tjarneld Headache Pow
ders; people everywhere are using them and
writing the manufacturers of the good results
- South America.
Competent authorities assert that
South America has greater undevel
oped resources than any other portion
of the world. Any crop grown else
where can be duplicated there, and
the country abounds in mines of coal,
silver and gold, most of which has
been only slighly develped.
If With That Tongue He Cannot Win.
Mrs. Dawn You hateful thing.
You told Millie Meadows you only
wished you were single again.
Mr. Dawn (with happy inspiration)
Of course I did. It was only that
I might experience once again the joy
I felt when you accepted me, darling.
Mrs. Dawn You dear boy ! I knew
you couldn't be so cruel. Tit-Bits.
THE MOST DESTRUCTIVE OF
ALL HUMAN DISEASES.
The poison ejected from the fangs
snake is -not more surely fatal than
Contagious Blood Poison, which rjollutea
the blood, destroys the tissues and bones
canker sore into the flesh.
This horrible disease appears first in the form of a little sore or blister ; soon
the glands begin to swell, pimples break out on the- body, the mouth and throat
become sore, making it painful to eat or swallow ; dreadful ulcers appear on the
tongue, copper colored splotches and other characteristic signs of Blood Poison
come as the disease progresses, and the destructive virus takes deeper hold upon the
system. ' The medical men are as sorely perplexed over the character of this blood
poison as ever ; they tell you to take mercury and potash alternately for three years,
but the stomach of no human being can stand this treatment long ; besides, they do
. not cure the disease permanently, as thousands who have, tried it know. -
WELLINGTON, KAS., Sept., 1900. -X
contracted Blood Folaon two yea 1 ag-o this fall,
and was persuaded to try a, snedloina widely adver
tised by a remedy company in Ohicaffo. , I waa re
Quired to pay a large amount la advance, and can
truthfully aay that I waa woraa when the treatment
waa left off than when I beg-an. Reddish pimples
would break out and .fill with yellowish matter ; copper-colored
splotches of all ices would appear on my
body ; my throat waa ao acre X could aoaroely aw allow,
and my month and tongue wars seldom free from
vloera ; tonsils were swollen, and my hair waa com
ing out rapidly. This waa my condition when X began
your S. 8. 8. I have used twenty-two bottles, and
sum feeling splendid. Every sore on my body has
healed, and my appetite good. fAJLB MABTHT. ,
S.S.S. snot a new medicine ; for nearly 50 years it has been known and used
for this dreadful disease. It has brought new life and hope to thousands all over;
this land ; it will cure you as it has others. Send for our free book on home
treatment and write our physicians about your case. We will help yon if you will
let us ; we make no charge for advice, and all correspondence is conducted la
strictest confidence. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY. ATLANTA, GA.
The Bin WouM Grow. "
"I've biought you a little brother."
said tbe doctor. -
"No" said the impossible child ;
the stork brought my little brother."
well I'm the stork" said the doc
"But where is your bill?" said the
impossible child. .
Itis claimed by those who should
know that an impossible child is
never wittier than upon the occasion
of somebody being born into the
Mamie I think Mr. Crustleigh is
just too mean for anything.
Jfannye But he married your
Mamie I know he did. I jilted
him for Harold, then he married
mamma, and now he won't let me
marry Harold. Baltimore American.
"That was a very lucid document
you prepared," said the friend.
Yes, answered the statesman auw-
ously. "I made it so lucid that I am
afraid the public will fail to regard it
as able and profound." Washington
End of the Boer War.
The Boer war which has been raping
for the past two years will soon be ended,
according to the latest advices. News of
peace will be hailed with jov by all. War
is a terrible thing and has slain many peo
ple, but we believe stomach troubles nave
slain even more. When the stomach is
out of order and you suffer from dyspep
sia, indigestion, flatulency, sick headache
or constipation, we would urge you to try
Hostetter's Stomach Bitters. It will cure
."I'm so tired" she sighed to the
woman next door.
"What have you been doing?"
"I've been the last four hours at
the photographer's having an instan
taneous picture of the baby taken. "
Sfopm ihn Cough mnd
Work Off thmCoSd.
Laxative Bromo-Quinf ne Tablets cure a cold in
one day. No cure, No Pay. Price 26 cents.
A Strong Man.
"What a very heavy voice he has!"
"Yes: but he is able to lift it in
his own defense. " Philadelphia
Evening Buletin. .
Take Nature's remedy, Garfield Tea! Inex
pensive ana enective. i pints or 3D doses lor
25c. It is composed of medicinal HERBS, not
mineral pofrons. It cures constipation and
sick neaaacne, Kianey ana liver diseases.
Good for all.
It Was Possible.
Clara You haven't seen my en
gagement ring yet, have you?
Made I don't know. Who is the
man? Town and Country. ,
fOU KNOW WHAT YOU ABE TAKING
When tou take Grave's Tasteless Chill Tonic,
because the formula is plainly printed on every
bottle showing that it is simnly Iron and Qui
nine to a tasteless form. No Cure, Nj Pay. 60c
First Boy It's 6 o'clock. Let's go
Second Boy Nit! If we go home
now we'll get licked for stay in' so
late. If we stay till 8 we'll git
hugged and kissed for not bein!
drowned. Puck, y , .
Mothers will find Mrs. Winslow's Sooth
ing Syrup the best remedy to use lor their
children daring the teething period.
" "Did you ever try any of these
health foods?" the sympathetic
friend asked of the dyspeptic lady.
"Yes," she" replied, 'and I'm not
going to eat any more of them." -"Why
"Because they spoil my appetite. "
Piso's Cure for Consumption is an infal
lible medicine for coughs and colds. N.
W. 3amuel. Ocean Grove, N. J.. Feb. 17.
1900. .. -
Human beings have six muscles to
each eye, that they may move it on.
either side, but horses, cows, sheep,
and other quadrupeds, which habit
ually incline their heads to the
ground in search of food, have a mus
cle by which their eyelids are sus
pended and supported, and which we
do not need.
Prompt. Efficient and Satisfactory Service.
Attorney's lee not payable till patent granted.
Try us. Taber & Whitman Co., 88-40 Warder
Bldg., Washington, D. C.
A Willing Youth.
"You say that you don't care for the
salary so long as you can get a chance
to work?" said the billionaire;
"That's the idea," answered the
youth with the sharp nose and chin.
"I am willing to start right in at a
big reduction and take one of those
$25,000 positions - you say are so hard
to fill at half the money." Washing
of the rattle
the virna of
and vitiates Ji
and eats like
S. S. S. id the only
guaranteed purely vege
table blood purifier, and
Ae only ' antidote for
this particular virus:
it purifies the blood and
builds up the constitu
tion. The appetite im
proves almost from the
first dose, the sores soon,
show signs of healing,
and the unsightly, dirty
splotches and eruptions
grow paler and paler,
and finality HicannM.
A SUCCESSFUL MAN
How He Obtained His Present Erivi-
"Honesty, aggressiveness and health
are tbe requisites for success. "
These are the words of John H.
Kiley, of Cazenovia, N. Y., who has
attained the main thing that all men
desire. - "The . first two qualities I
mention are-necessary," he contin
ued, "if a man or woman wants to rise
in life, but they are of little use if the
third is not in your possession. "
In response to questions he said :
"About two years ago I was taken
down with inflammatory rheumatism
and was flat on my back, racked with
pain and as helpless as a child for
fourteen weeks. During those weeks
I suffered as only they who have
inflammatory rheumatism can suf
"Didn't you have any medical at
tendance?' queried the reporter.
"Yes, I had the best that could be
procured, but the doctors did not help
me." - -
"But how did you become cured?"
"Before I was taken sick I had seen
advertisements of Dr. Williams' Pink
Pills for Pale People which stated that
they were good for rheumatism. I was
willing to try anything for relief so I
got some and was benefited almost im
mediately. - I had taken but six boxes
when I was able to return to my work,
but I continued taking them until
nine boxes were used up. I was entire
ly cured and have had no return of the
trouble since. I consider Dr. Williams'
Pink Pills for Pale People a wonderful
remedy, and I have recommended
them to a great many people.
Rheumatism has been cured in
hundreds of other instances by Dr.
Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People.
They are a specific not only for that
disease but for all ailments arising
from a disordered condition of the
blood , or shattered nerves, such as
locomotor ataxia, partial paralysis,
St. Vitus dance, sciatica, neuralgia,,
nervous headache, the after effects of
the grip, palpitation- of the heart,
paje and sallow complexions and all
forms of weakness either in male or
Dr. Williams' . Pink Pills for Pale
People are sold in boxes at 50 cents a
box, or six boxes for $2.50, and may
be had of all druggists, or direct by
mail from Dr. Williams Medicine Co.,
Schenectady, N. Y. - - -
In the Future. -
First Billionaire's Son What did
you get for yor birthday?
Second Billionaire's Son I got a
railroad. - - -
"That's nothing. I got a whole
Little Liver Pills.
- Must Bear Signature of
See Pac-Simile Wrapper Below. -
Very assail and as easy
to take as sagas.
FOR TORPID LIVER.
FOR SALLOW SKIN.
csmlisisss must maw
CURE SICK HEADACHE.
- No Defered Payments. -
"Is your daughter learning to play
Certainly not, " answered Mrs.
Comrox, a little indignantly. "We
pay cash for every lesson. The idea!"
CIT Permanently Cored.: Ho fits or nerronsnee!
B I I W after first day's aaeof Tr. Kliae'i Great Hern
Restorer. Send for FREEST. OO tril bottle and treat
Isa. Da. B. H. Kusi. Ltd.. Ul Arth St.. Philadelphia, Fs,
- The Habit ";v.
. Tess Oh, she's the girl who used to
go arond in the riding habit all the
time, "- '
Jess Yes; but she's got the auto
mobile habit now.
Tess--That so? What is it? ,
-Jess Bunning over people, every
chance she gets. Philadelphia Press.
The Fisherman's Gamble With Death. " -
In had weather, the fisherman's
wife sad, when the boats were out,
she could never stay in the house be
cause of the clock. As it ticked she
heard, nothing but ; "Wife, widow;
wife, widow,' over and over-again.
And; she said, 'tis but the swing
of the bob which name should be
the true one. Cynthia in the West.
vt Reason Enough.
The teacher at the kindergarten has
a great deal of trouble "with Mabel,
who is 4 years old. The other day
she had occasion to ask: "Mabel,
why did you strike Freddy?" -
" 'Tause he's littler dan me," re
plied - Mabel. Pittsburg Chronicle
- Not Friends.
Kind Lady Poor Fellow, have you
got no friends?
Hap Hazzard No, mum; I hain't
got nobody but relatives. Tit-Bits.
CURES WHfRf 111 fISf Fill JL
Best Cough Syrup. Tastes Good. Use
m tune, sola ny aruKinsts.
Short Storie$ ij
Ex-Speaker Reed was In the Supreme
Court at Washington, D. C, recently,
when the Justices were slow in assem
bling. Mr. Reed waited with an ele
phantine patience. Presently a friend
of his leaned over to him and whisper
ed: "Mr. Speaker, can't you count a
quorum?" A look of grave reproach
overspread the retired statesman's face.
"Sir," said he, in a tone of dignity, "you
forget that when I counted a quorum,
there always was a quorum."
Senator Bailey, of Texas, has a face
like a cherub. It is round and soft and
full of color. One day, in the corridor
of the Senate, he was approached by a
giggling young woman, who asked, rap
turously: .. "Oh, Senator, where in the
world did you get your pretty pink com
plexion?" Bailey was embarrassed
only for an instant " Looking ,her
straight in the eye and tapping her
lightly on her slightly rouged cheek, he
very gravely asked: "Where in the
city did you get yours?"
Edward' .PitzGerald,. who wrote the
quatrains from Omar which have come
Into such great popularity under the
Persian name of "Rubaiyat,"and there
by excited a curiosity sufficiently great
to have his other translations and adap
tations given to the world, was witty
and when in society left his mark. It is
told of him that being once thrown in
company with a notorious tuft-hunter,
whose only conversation concerned his
personal experiences with the nobility,
PitzGerald waited for a time, then rose
to go, saying with an attitude and ac
cent of profound dejection: "I knew
a lord once, but he la dead."
Mr. Sim, the major-domo, of Stafford
House, the residence of the Duke of
Sutherland, Is distinguished among the
most distinguished major-domos, mal
tres d'hotel, and butlers of the highest
circles. It is said that the King's own
servants look up to him as the leader
of their profession. The seal is set
upon his aristocratic fame by a remark
which is attributed to him. They say
that he once went to see Beerbohm
Tree play "Hamlet." Asked afterward
what he thought of It, he is reported
loftily to have remarked: "Well, it's
extraordinary the various ways the
lower orders have of getting their llv
Herbert Spencer, the great English
sociologist and philosopher, is very fond
of a game of billiards, and tbe other
dav at the Reform Club in London he
I met an acquaintance whom he invited
'to play with him. eThe young member
I accepted, and Spencer said, joyfully,
'as he chalked his cue: ."Young man,
good billiard-playing is the proof of a
well-balanced mind." VI believe it is,'
replied the young man,- They played
and the great writer was beaten fear
fully." "He had only scored thirty-eight
when his young antagonist finished his
one hundred,; Herbert Spencer put the
cue away in disgust "Totfng man," he
said, "such fine ; billiard-playing as
yours Is : the proof ' of an ill-spent
youth." -'-.- 2
As a youngster. Admiral George
Dewey was completely carried away by
tales of valor on bloody fields, and by
stories of great campaigns won by fa
mous commanders. Once his father
read to him the story of Hannibal
crossing ine Alps, 1 ne reciiai maae a
great impression on the boy. It was
in the dead of- winter, and on the'fol-
lowlng day he told the story to his little
sister Mary, and asked her to be his
army, proposing to. cross the only
"Alps" In the neighborhood, a large hill
which flanked Montpelier to the north.
She readily consented, and young
George and his army set out on their
undertaking. It was keen and cold.
the snow lying deep on the ground,
I and piled into huge drifts in ravines
' and along fences. With wooden sword
: in hand, George conducted his army to
the crest of the "Alps," from which he
looked down on that part of "Italy" en
compassed by Washington County. The
"army" froze the tip of its nose and one
ear, while Hannibal had two of his toes
frost-bitten. : A farmer took the expe
dition into his bob-sled, and carried it
back to Montpelier. :
Quelling a, Panic.
The New York Mall and Express tells
how a woman's self-control and good
sense averted serious disaster.
A street car caught fire in the tunnel
above Thirty-fourth street The car
was crowded. A puff of smoke came
up from somewhere about the wheels
at the forward end, and three women
in the second seat leaped in horror to
their feet. A man rose and called to
the conductor In a sharp tone: ."
"Can't you see your car is on fire?"
. A girl with a big bundle In the second
seat tried to fling herself off the car
against the stone walL The conductor
began calling: . -
"Keep your seats! Don't be alarmed
Xou can!t get out until you get to Thir
ty-fourth street!" '-
: Then a lady in tbe front seat turned
and put her hand on that of the girl
with the bundle,' who was quivering
and trembling in every nerve and mus-
cle. '. - -.
"We are safe! The conductor would
not take us on if there was anything
else to do," she Said, in a clear, gentle
voice of authority, smiling . into the
girl's dazed eyes.-"We are safe!"
The girl calmed down like a baby at
Its mother's touch; the other-passengers
harkened to the conductor's com
mand to sit down, and obeyed like chil
dren. . .-
When the car got out of the tunnel
and was vacated, the lady disappeared
In the direction of Fifth avenue. She
had undoubtedly quelled a panic and
Canceling; Postage Stamps.
. The method of cancelling postage
stamps In vogue throughout the world
was instituted by the French Govern
ment In 1830, but was not adopted by
this country until comparatively recent
years. Washington Times. -
; Infection of Li amber Piles. -
. Experienced lumbermen say that in
the process of seasoning wood should
be occasionally replied and decayed or
defective pieces removed, lest they In
fect the others. - ' i
Avoid Norvoua Prostration
If you are dans-eronslr sick what is
the first duty of tout Dhvaician f He
quiets the net ona aystem, he deadens
im pain, ana you sleep well.
Tou ought to know that when you
eeased to be regular in your courses,
grow irritable without cause, and
pass sleepless nights, there is serious
trouble somewhere, and nervous pros-
tration is sure to loiiow.
You ouirht to know that indigestion.
exhaustion, womb displacements,
tainting, dizziness, headache,, and
backache send the nerves wild with
affright, and yon cannot sleep.
Mrs. Hartley, of 821 W. Congress St.,
Chicago, lit, whose portrait we pub
lish. Buffered all these agonies, and
was entirely cured by Lydia E. Pink
ham's Vegetable Compound ; her case
should be a warning to others, .and
her cure carry conviction to the minds
of every suffering woman of the un
failing efficiency of Lydia E. Plnkham's
No Seashore Engagement -
She Yor proposal of marriage was
He Bo much the better.
She Why, pray? .
He Because it is the unexpected
that usually happens. Chicago News.
beats all records and always will.
-- Cures "'
- ., -
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SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES.
San Francisoo Business College
r 1836 Market St., San Francisco, Cat.
FULL COURSE, $60.00.
. Write for Catalogue.
She Felt Wicked.
Revivalist Is it possible that you
- Fair Sinner Oh, yes, often.
-.Now, tell me, honestly and fairly,
don t you think the tendecy of danc
ing is toward sin? .
"1 must confess that while dancing
I have very wicked thoughts."
'Aha! I feared so. When is it
that you have wicked thoughts?"
When my partner steps on my
toes." New York Weekly.
willing to Chance It
He was obviously anxiotas, and she
seemed almost willing.
"I shall refer you to papa," said
she, with a becoming blush '.'before
giving you a hnal answer. .
- "But I am perfctly willing to take
you. without any referrences, " said he
magnanimously. Indianapolis flews,
Hoist by His Own Petard. ' .
Biller (to Stark, with a perambulat
or) Hello! That your baby? .
:- Stark (trying to be smart) No, it's
one I borrowed from a neighbor.
Biller So? It's a homeiy . little
brute, isn't it? Boston Transcript.
- A Natural Query.
Mamma (who is expecting the min
ister) Willie, we will have a very
nice old gentleman to tea this even
ing, and you must be very good while
he s here.
Willie Why, is he Santa Claus?
Philadelphia Press. .
: "Would you rather have something
else than a piece of pie?" aked tbe
kind neighbor of little Freddie, who
had run an errand for her.
"Yes," ma'am," said Freddie,
promptly; "I wu'd ruther have two
pieces." Ohio state Journal.
a KM writlnr t advertisers plaaaa
wuwm hui papain -
- ; 'Crushing a Lawyer.
De Wolfe Hopper was once a wit
ness in a suit for slander and the op
posing council in'the courtroom said :
"You are an actor I believe?" .
"Yes" replied Hopper.
"Is not that a low -calling?"
"I don't know, but it is so much
better than my fathers' that I am
rather proud of it. "
What was your father s calling
"He was a lawyer " said Hopper.
Never Can Satisfy Them.
'The idea of a man holding one
office entering upon the campaign for
another one! ' exclaimed the politi
cian. "Its' outrageous. He can't
help using his official position to ad
vance his own interests.
'But the man in question has just
"What! Kesiened! Well, that's a
despicable trick to gain public favorl
1 didn't think he would do such a
thing." Chicago Post.
"I wonder what is the matter with
my head" remarked Jones as he
rubbed a bruised spot on the top of his
"Oh, nothing unusual, I guess" re
joined the other half of the family.
Merely a soft spot. "
Ho doubt you are nght.my dear,"
answered Jones. My friends all said
1 had a one when 1 married you."
Reason for It
"But the gown doesn't fit, " insisted
"That" replied the modiste calmly,
is because you are not made right."
Lost a Friend.
Fond Parent Isn't he a fine little
Prize Idiot Kunimy little shrimp,
I call it.- How long have you had it?
Punch. ' -
FARM MACHINERY AND SUPPLIES.
THE STAB OF STARS
Has ball bearing in turn-table.
Turns freely to the wind.
Ball bearinsrs thrust in wheel, insuring
li eh test running Qualities, and reserving
greatest amount of power for pumping.
Galvanized after making. Put together
with galvanized bolts, double-nutted; no
part can rust or gee loose ana rame.
Weight regulator; perfect regulation. No
spring to change tension with every change
of temperature, and grow weaker with age.
.Repairs always on nana. -
These things are worth money to you.
Then why not buy a STAR?
& ST AVER CO.
. PORTLAND, OREBOH.
First Sheep But the young folks
are so giddy and thoughtless! They
don't consider the future!
Second Sheep Oh," well, my dear,
you can't expect a young lamb to
spend all his time thinking of roast
mutton ! Puck.
TO CUBE A COLD IN ONE DAT
Take laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All
Srnggists refund the money if it fails to cure.
w urove'S signature is on eacn iws.
Literary Note From the Century Co. .
The coming season of the Century
Magazine will be "A Year of Ameri
can Humor." Contributions have
already been engaged from the best
known American writers of humorous
stories and sketches. There will be
during the year a number of contri
butions from new humorous writers,
and articles reminiscent of those' of
A Poser for Him.
He I bave always said that I
would not marry a girl who was
She But how are you going to
know? Town and Country.
Vegetable Preparalionfor As
ting the Stomachs and Bowels of
jtbcSautt A perfect Remedy forConslipa
Tion , Sour Stomkh.Diarrhoea
Worms .Convulsions .Feverish
ness and Loss of Sleep.
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EXACT COPT OP WRAPPER.
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The debilitating drains and
discharges which weaken so
many women are caused by Ca
tarrh of the distinctly feminine
organs. .The sufferer may call
her trouble Leuchorrhoea, or
Weakness, or Female Disease or
some other name, but the real
trouble is catarrh of the female
organs and nothing else.
. Pe-ru-na radically and perma
nently cures this and all othet
forms of Catarrh. It is a positive
specific for female troubles
caused by catarrh of the delicate
lining of the organs peculiar to
women. It always cures if used
persistently. It is prompt and
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If yon haven't a regular, healthy movement of th6
bowels every day, you're sick, or will be. Keep your
bowels open, and be well. Force, Id toe shape of
violent pbysic or pill poison, is dangerous. The
(iinoottaest. easiest, most perfect way ox keeping ihm
Dow els clear and clean la to take
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