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In selection, proportion and combination
In the process by which their remedial
Tallies are extracted and preserved,
. In effectiveness, usefulness and economy,
Caring the widest range of diseases.
Doing the most good for the money, -Having
the most medicinal merit.
And the greatest record of cares,
In usual liquid form or In chocolated
tablets known as Sarsatabs. 100 doses $1.
Wht Moved Him.
Blobbs dwelt next door to Mr. Hood,
Whose reputation wasn't good;
And io, one da;,
Blobbs moved away
He did not like the neighbor Hood.
of the Well-Informed of the World has
always been for a simple, pleasant
and efficient liquid laxative remedy ot
known value; a laxative which physi
clans could sanction for family use
because Its component .parts are
known to them to be wholesome and
truly beneficial lm effect, acceptable
to the system and gantle, yet prompt,
In supplying that demand with Its
excellent combination "of Syrup of
Figs and Elixir ot Senna, the Cali
fornia Ftg Syrup Co. proceeds along
ethical lines and relies on the merits
of, the laxative for its remarkable
That Is one of many reasons why
Syrup of Figs and Elixir of Senna Is
given the preference by the Well
Informed. To get Its beneficial effects
always buy the genuine manufac
tured by the California Fig Syrup Co.
only, and for sale by all leading
druggists. Price fifty cents per bottle.
CILED SUITS. SUCKERS
Every garment guaranteed
Clean Light Durable
Suits 35 Slickers 35
, Joce trttsr oeutks mmmitt
UTAioa net o thiamin
WHAT IS PERUNA?
HARM IN SMOKING.
Eng-Hab. Physic-lam Smrm Create
Dan a;er Lies In OverladnlKeace.
Smokers are frequently tempted to
THE SOURCE OFiUX DISEASE
Dot (meeting Johnny) I have found
you out Johnny What am I? Dot-
Nobody. Johnny Goodness gracious,
am discovered! 1
Pa Why did you go out In the rain
today without an umbrella, John?
Johnny I ate salt mackerel this morn
ing for breakfast, and that keeps me
Johnny Say, dad. If I ate a chop
and you ordered one and ate it, what
would your phone number be? Pa
Give It up, son. Johnny It would be
Little Edna Whnt Is "leisure,"
mamma? Mamma It's the spare time
a woman bus lh which she can do some
other kind of work, my dear. Chicago
He (sententlously) I always speak
my mind. She (tartly) I suppose
that Is why you have the reputation of
being a man of so 'few words. Balti
Mother Whatever are you doing to
poor dolly, child? Child I'm Just go
Ine to put her to bed, mummy. I've
IS it 3 Catarrh Remedy, Of a Increase their consumption of tobacco,
ToniC. Or iS it Both? m ProPrtlon tu extension of leis- rt of the 9 dependent on the blood- for nourishment and
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Some people Call Peruna a great ly. Smoking exerts a special fasclna- -ritv atirl rir-Wsa we re nssnrerl of Twrfert and uninterruoted healths
tonio. Others refer to Peruna as a tlon when It may be Indulged every because pure blood is nature's safe-guard against disease. When, however,
peat catarrh remedy. I moment throughout the' day. The the body is fed on weak. Impure or polluted blood, the system is deprived of
Which Of these people are right ! temptation has always been found dlf- its strength, disease zerms collect, and the trouble Is manifested in various
Is it more proper to call Peruna a ca ncult to resist, when It besets a man ' ways. Pustular eruptions, pimples, rashes and the diuerent slun affections
tarrh remedy than to call it a tonic? who Is on holiday bent The mere ab- ehow that the blood is in a feverish and diseased concuiion as a result of too
Our reply is, that Peruna is both a of restrictions tends to induce mucn acia or ine presence 01 some irriiaung numor. sores anu Altera ia
tonic and a catarrh remedy. Indeed, Pleasure seekers to be more free than the result of morbid, unhealthy matter la we Diooa, ana wieunmusm, a-
there can be no effectual catarrh rem- cy otherwise would. tarrn, bcromia, contagious wooa roison, ere., are an oecp-scaLcu mow
The two grounds upon which smok- ' uisorucra uiai. wiit iuuuhuc iu grow nuisc wug o immi
edv that is not also a tonic
In order to thoroughly relieve any 1 g
Is condemned, which appear
case of catarrh, a remedy must not
only have a epeciflo. action on the mu
cous membranes affected by the ca
tarrh, but it must have a general tonio
action on the nervous system.
catarrh, even in persons who are
otherwise strong, is a weakened con
dition of some mucous membrane.
There must be something to strength-
These impurities and poisons find their way into the blood ia various ways.
Often a sluggish, inactive condition of the system, and torpid state of the
avenues of bodily waste, leaves the refuse and waste matters to sour and
form tiric and other acids, which are taken up by tlie blood and distributed
throughout the circulation. Coming ia contact with contagious diseases is
another cause for the poisoning of the blood ; we also breathe the germs and
tnir-roViM nf Mn-laria into our lunp-s. and when these pet into the blood itt
health or happiness no sane person BufHcient quantity it becomes a carrier of disease instead of health. . Soma
would ever contend. All that Its most Ks so unfortunate as to inherit bad blood, perhaps the dregs, of some old
devoted friends can claim is. that smok-1 constitutional disease of ancestors is handed down to them and they are
ing is an inexpensive luxury. A lux- J constantly annoyed and troubled with it. Bad blood is the source of all dis
ury, in fact, that affords an amount ; ease, and until this vital fluid is cleansed and purified the body is sure to
worthy of serious consideration, are
the poisonous action of the nicotine
and the useless expenditure entailed.
Let us take the latter objection first
That tobacco is a necessity for
en the circulation, to give tone to the 0f enjoyment out of all proportion to j suffer in some way. For blood troubles of any character S. S. S. is the best
arteries, and to raise the vital forces.
Perhaps no vegetable remedy in the
world has attracted so much attention
from medical writers as HYDRASTIS
CANADENSIS. The wonderful effl-
Its trifling cost " remedy ever discovered. It goes down into the circulation and removes any
More serious harm results from lack and all poisons, Buppues the Healthful properties it needs, and completely
of self-control with regard to dietary
than Is ever likely to follow from even
an excessive use of tobacco. Indeed,
cacy of this herb has been recognized there is not a single thing we enjoy,
many years, and is growing in its hold though it be perfectly right and law-
upon the medical profession. When rul in lt8eir' tnnt 18 not equaiiy open
joined with CUBEES and COPAIBA a to some similar objection.
remaps ine strongest argument sup
posed to tell ngalnst the smoker Is
based upon the poisonous action of nic
otine when It has entered the circula
tory system. This Intoxication has
never been disputed, for It Inevitably
follows a too extravagant consumption
of tobacco. Yet It is only when tho
smoking is excessive that any baneful
The timorous Chinaman fled with aglllt-
Y, but the boys grabbed his Q and yelled
Then they cut off the said
Q close to his head,
While he dnnced around like a P in
Tlic Road of a Thous-
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'through San Francisco
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Murray, General Passenger Agent, Port
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True to Nature
The New Victor Talking Machine with taper
ing arm. Drtngt every aina 01 musie ana soni
to vour home. It brings there-to stay-the tal
ent that 11,000.000 could not seeara for aven one
night. Magnificent ban t selection!, beautiful
vocal soioa, comic reeiiauona ana stirring mei
, Too will have the worth of what you Mir over
and over again la-Naal Plaaaav ajid WUafact
lon. Other talking machines coat ! tkaa the
Viator, but there Is no ecoaomy in the purcbate
of sueh, because they do not lira real aatiafsu).
tinu. Th-Victor ia not me ear a talklnar ma
chine, it la a moslcal Inatruaentotihe higher!
oroer. It does not imliaia It reproduces tb
human voice or tone of any Instrument exactly-
precisely w thout the screeching, acratchin.;
grating noisea always ynwat wimi wwy
W an abeolifterr mmrVkiera M low la prica
a $10. $17 and $22. Larger machine from
133, $40, $SO ua U $100. taey tarrn of aay-
awata if daalrea.
"THE HOUSB Of QUALITY"
SHERMAN, CLAY & GO.
Sixth and Morrison Sts.,
opp. the Postoffk
HEN wiitlwc to ShdTrUTS flaw)
we oner one Hundred Dollars Reward foranv
rase of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's
F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo. O
We. the undersigned, have known F. J
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perfectly honorable in all bulsness transactions
ana nnanciauy aum w uarry vui say ouiiga
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WAL111NU. KINriAN I MARVIN.
Wholesale Drugglsta, Toledo.O
Hairs catarrah cure is teen internally, act
ing directly upon tWe blood and mucous sur
faces of the system. Testimonials sent free.
Price 75 cents per bottle. Sold by all Druggists.
xaite 11 all a f amily nut lor constipation.
tnken off her hnir. hut i cim't iret her trio of medical agents is formed in Pe'
teeth out Sourire. nina which constitutes a specifio rem'
Old Lady (improving the occasion)- edy for catarrh that in the present
You know, boys, it's only the body Btate of medical progress cannot be
whioh ua here. Now. whnt is it bom improved upon. This action, rein-
to Heaven? Small Boy (tentatively) forced by scch renowned tonics as
Is 'ead. rauin. Plck-Me-Up. UUJLLlfl&UJiJjft, CAMADEMSIS, COB'
npii ybr. aim anM her hnshand mar- YDALI3 F0HM0SA and CEDEON
rled her for her beauty. What do you SEED, ought to make this compound influence is exerted on the healthy
think of that? Belle well, I think her an meai remeay ior caiarrn m au lis body.
husband must feel like a widower now. stages ana locations in ine Doay. Exactly the same kind of toxic prop-
-Catholic Standard and .Times. 1 XTOm a meoreucai standpoint, there- erties that nonsmokers ascrlle to to-
MlstresB Bridget, hare you cement- fore, Peruna is beyond criticism. .The bacco attach to other vegetable growths
ed the handle on to the water-Jug use 01 Jreruna, connrms this Opinion. In common and dally use.
which you dropped yesterday? Bridget Numberless testimonials from every Now, what are the conditions so fre-
I started to, Mum, but most unfor- quarter of the earth furnish ample quently described as the direct out
tunately I druppod the cement bottle. evidence that this judgment is not conie of excessive smoking? They are
Punch, overenthnsiaatifl. When nro.r.irail at. but two in number. 1. Ah altered
'The body of the late Major Jinks Derience COliflrmsawell-CTOundedthe- rhythm in the beating of tue heart;
was cremated." "What they coin' to ory the result is a truth that Cannot bd 8 nd 2- nn impairment of vision, which
do with It?" "Ills widow has him shaken.
corked up in a fruit Jar. Says It's the
last of the family Jars." Atlanta Coii
The Wife, during a quarrel I'm go
ing right home to mother; so there!
The Husband That's right, dear, of
two evils always choose the less. Please
don't bring your mother here. Yon.
Pa You naughty boy, you've been
fighting again 1 Johnny No, pa, I was
only trying to keep a bad boy from
hurting a little boy. Pa That was a
noble act, my sou ; who was the little
boy? Johnny Me.
Department Store Manager The
clerk In the butter department says he's
not going to He about our butter any
more. The Boss What salary does he
get? Manager Eight dollars a week.
The Boss Give him nine.
Sweet Singer De Hammer says he
has a high place in the next show he
goes out with. Comedian Well, I
should say It Is high. lie sits In the
files and tears up paper for the snow
storm scene. Chicago News.
Dot I heard yo"ur soldier brother
wrote you a birthday letter. Was there
any war news in It? Johnny I don't
know. You see It was printed on the
envelope "Return In five days." So I
kept It that long and then sent It back.
Walter 'Girl (In restaurant) We've
got frogs' legs, chicken livers, calves'
brains and Johnny (turning to his
pa) I say, dad, they must be queer
people who' live in this place. Don't
you think they ought to call In a doc
"Is Mrs. WIbo at home?" Inquired
Mrs. Chatters, standing In the shadow
of the doorway. "I don't know, ma'am,1
replied the servant "I can't tell till I
git a better look at ye. If ye've a wart
on the side o' yer nose, ma'am, she
ain't" Philadelphia Press.
"Thar, my son, you see what larnln'
done fer yer daddy, dont you?" "What
maw?" "Why, Jest as soon as the gov-
er'mlnt knowed that he could do figgors
In his head they p'lnted blm postmaster
at $00 a year, an' purty soon he'll be
sellln' stamps whnt goes on letters!"
"But" asked tho proprietor of the
Bongtong apartments, "do you think
this man la the best one you can get for
Janitor?" "The best ever 1" replied the
manager. tie nas been at various
times an. Iceman and a street-car eon
ductor. lie's as sassy and Independent
as he can be." Philadelphia Press,
"What I would like," said the eager
young actress, "Is a part with a death
scene In It I never fall to make a big
hit when I die." "I don't doubt It
replied the heartless manager, "and I
may say that you would make the big
gest hit of your life If you would go
sway somewhere and die right now."
Johnny (sitting up In his bed at
12 :30 p. m.) Dad, I'm so thirsty. Pa
Lie quietly and go to sleep. Johnny
(after a pause) But dad, I must have
a drink of water. I'm so thirsty. Pa
If you don't go to sleep this minute III
have to thrash you. A long silence,
then Johnny replied AH right dad. If
you're getting up to thrash me, you
might bring me a glass of water at the
and permanently cures blood diseases of
every kind. The cction of S. "S. S, ia so
thorough that hereditary taints are removed
and weak, diseased blood made strong and
heal Lb y so that disease cannot remain. , It
cures Rheumatism, Catarrh, Scrofula, Sore3
and TJlcera, Skin Diseases, Contagious ,
Blood Poison, etc., and does not leave the
slightest trace of the trouble for future outbreaks. The whole volume of
blood is renewed and cleansed after a course of S. S. S. It is also nature's
greatest tonic, made entirely of roots, herbs and barks, and i3 absolutely
harmless to any part of the system. S. S. S. is for sale at all first class
fbrug stores. Book on the blood and any medical advice free to all who write
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Aecordlnar to Rnlea. .
Sentry You can't leave.
Soldlet? But I have the captain's
Sentry (Importantly) Let's see It.
Translated for Transatlantic Tales
from II Motto per Rldere.
F-T St. Vitus' Dance ana all Nervous DUrasea
permanently cared bv Dr. Kline's Or cat
IRRIGATED LAND IN WASHINGTON
The Wenatchee Valley Irrigated Ap
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per acre this yen-. Ciiaondo Orchards,
one mile from Leavenworth, is now on
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Mrs. Kavvler (looking at photograph)
It's an excellent picture of you, but it's
an exceeding! poor one of your'husband,
Mrs. Crossway I know it, but I like
it all the better on that account. He
makes such an admirable er foil, you
C ASTOR I A
Ior Infants and Children,
The Kind You Have Always Bought
reduces the power of distinguishing
These conditions are never brought
about unless the smoking has been car
ried to unwarrantable excess. When
either of them Is detected, whether by
the physician or the smoker himself,
there Is ample warning to put a man
on his guard. If he Is prompted to
reduce his consumption of tobacco, or
to abandon smoking altogether, the
trouble soon clears up, and no perma
nent Injury Is the least likely to en
The late Prof. Huxley once wrote
"There Is no more harm In a pipe than
there Is In a cup of tea. You may
poison yourself by drinking too much
tea, or kill yourself by eating too many
Dr. Laukester said : "I dare not as a
physiologist or a statist tell you that
there exists any proof of an Injurious
Influence (of tobacco) when used In
moderation. The flret symptoms of
giddiness, palpitation, Indolence, or any
uneasiness while smoking should in
duce you to lay It aside."
Of course, whether at home or on
holiday, If a man stubbornly persists In
smoking after It shows signs of dis
agreement, he must expect to have to
pay for it. If a man who ordinarily
smokes, say, two ounces a week dou
bles or trebles this quantity as a holi
day pleasure, then .bis smoking lays
him open to serious risks.
nuirer. Kftnd for FHRE 12 trial bottle and
treatise. Ir. B. H. Kllae, Ld., 8S1 Arcto bU, PbUa.,Pa,
"Funny," said Baretop, "but there
was a time when the barbers used to
speak of my hair."
"You mean before you began to get
bald?" asked his friend.
"Yes. Now they speak of my hairs."
Mothers will find Mrg. Winalow" Soothing
Byrup the bvat remedy to use lor their chllilrea
during the testhliig period.
"Do you think the railways will be
willing to obey the law?"
"Oh, yes," answered Mr. Dustln
Stax; "we'll obey the law all right
But not until after our lawyers get
ENGRAVING Write Us
FOR PRINTING ,
20 Mule Team
will rlennse every rrtlrle In your kitchen or dining
room imtko tliom orltfht-und for Hiker or pewtotf
give a hlifh polish. All ilenlerM. Hnmile, booklet nnd
F rlnrtlnnie "WHIZ" 1U. Pclllo Ooast Borax Oo.,
Bacon Has he been successful with
his new airship? , '' ,
Egbert Purtlally so. .Hff 'goes "up
It." Washington ln tne alr" evurv tlme 110 titoa to atart
the thing. Yonkers Statesman.
The professor was- welcoming a niece.
who had just returned from a trip abroad.
"Had a fine time, had you?" he asked.
"Yet you were going-around between
showers all the time.'
"Why, how can you talk so! It didn't
rain a drop while I"
'Don't Interrupt me, child. I know
what I am saying. It was raining when
you started away from hers and It's rain
ing now. Comprehend?"
Aa Ha Talla It.
Just as Mr. and Mrs. Ferguson wera
getting off the street car at the crowded
corner downtown, Mr. Ferguson felt a
band slyly inserted in his pocket.
But he did not turn bis bead. .
He recognized his wife's delists touoh.
Marrying to Heform.
Hardly a day passes that I do not
hear of some girl who has wrecked her
life by marrying a man to reform him.
The good resolutions last for a few
months, then the wife's influence
wears off and things are worse than
The pretty little home goes to wreck
and ruin, the wife loses hope, health
and looks. There Is nothing but mis
ery everywhere. 1
I tell you, girls, that no matter bow
handsome and Irresistible a man may
be, he Is no good If he drinks. Before
you marry be absolutely sure that the
man Is sober and Industrious.
If he Is given to drinking he never
will provide a decent home for you.
You and your children will be miser
able and poverty-stricken.
f, SMACKS OIL
FOR STIFFNESS, SORENESS, SPRAIN OR BRUISE,
NOTHINQ 18 BETTER THAT YOU CAN,08E
LUMBAGO'S PAIN, RHEUMATIC TWINGE,
YOUR BACK FEELS LIKE A RUSTY HINGE
SCIATIC ACHES ALL PLEASURES SPOIL,
FOR HAPPINESS USE ST. JACOBS OIL.
A man Isn't necessarily generous be
cause be gives himself away.
Often a man Imposes on Umsel
IS I OUT
That's too bad I We had no
ticed It was looking pretty
thin and faded of late, but
naturally did not like to speak
of it. By the way, Ayers
Hair Vigor is a regular hair
grower, a perfect hair re
storer. It keeps the scalp
clea'n and healthy.
preventlnc tha balr from aplhtlDK aft
ends." MI1S yam, Vwdum, Mich.
A Hnsi by J. Q. Am Co., Low.U. Mm
VB AiQ l.niilketOTCTS f ,
Not long ago a gentleman had occa
sion to consult one of tho medical cele
brities of the national capital. Previ
ous to gaining an audience of the phy
sician, the Congressman was compelled
for many weary minutes to cool bis
heels ln an anteroom. Finally, his pa
tience becoming exhausted, he summon
ed aa attendant, to whom he said :
Tresent my compliments to the doc
tor, and tell him that If I am not ad
mitted ln five minutes I shall be well
The Congressman was immediately
received by the physician. New York
Latitat Idea la Old Horn Wexika.
Outlate This Boston Idea Is a good
Mrs. Outlate How would It be to
celebrate an old home week right where
you are? New York Sun.
Keep your troubles to yourself.
Put your worries on the shelf,
Ask your friends your Joys to share
Don't divide with them your care.
Cleveland Plain Dealer.
Don't hover about your sore spots.
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