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About Bohemia nugget. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1899-1907 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 18, 1903)
Makes its prosenco known
by mnny simw.-glnndiilar
tumors, bunches In tho neck,
cutnnoous eruptions, in
flaniod oyclids, soro cars,
catarrh and wasting diseases.
Effects permanent cures.
A rather lit HI.
Tim Miiiiii1h of Di'IH'kmI, who, ill.
tlmnuli lie Iiiih lici'ii innrili'it tlireri
limes, Iiiih hitherto Iiitii tlillillerw, linn
.heetilim II hither lit tint iikii of HI!. Ill)
II lit 1 1 1 t-i I IiIh tlilnl vlfi, a diiiixlilcr ol
Henry Tulnlnx, ii( Ilnlllnx, Novit Kco
tin tit Ilin Ih'kIiiiiIiik "f tlin jwir. 81m
In !'' yniTH n( iiii. 'rim t'liilil, wlui In
n buy, will Inherit tlm tltlu, lint com
paritllti'ly llttln elim, pimt Ki'iicinttlmiN
of lliu family having Hpiiiiiili'ied tliu
Moit I'reliatil an American.
A woman went Into 11 chemist's in
J.imiliiii nrpiitly hihI asked lor hoiiio nr
tlele which In Ki'iierlly to )o provui tnl
ttt n simp of thin Mini.
Tim tniin of mixtures, replying to the.
wiiiiiiiii'h iiniilrh". mlil: "Madam, I
flu nut iiimiHmi wluit you ri'ipilru. 1 mil
n I'hemUl iiini iiikI simple."
"I ilon't know miythliiK nhnut your
purity; hut thtiro'a no iloiiht about
your pliiipllclty," ri'lhil thu disap
pointed woman n bIiu retired from tho i
Kur lirnurlilal trnuMes try I'lxi'a Cure
for t'oiiMiiiiiiiiiin, 1 1 la ii iriinil cough
medicine At ilrtiRRl-tii, prlre 3A tcma.
In Worldly (hinds.
"It Isn't every inmi Unit known
when lie. in well off.'
"No; hut lotB of iin know Hint wo
nro not." llrookl)n Life.
Preaching and Practice.
Htmlllilnder Yw, my IrlenilH, eter
nal vltllliinen In thu Jirlco of llherty.
Iki on your KUiinl. A word to tho wlso
In nulllt'lent. I
Volte (from thn iiuillenee) Then
you mint tnku tin for nl darn foolnl
Von have Ikwii talking for mi hour and
a half. I
An Instance of Orrmth.
It In H 1'leiiwire, In thin day of Kreat
Iuilutriai loinhiiiHtioiin, to note hii
Im-tunco whem an lnihiAuleiil coneerii
linn attained to limiiiiiintli Toirtinni,
nml linn KroH ii steadily hut nuely for
yciim from a small Ih-kIiiiiIiik Into tlm
Inline of the 'iirtwent lime. Such mm
Institution In cilwl III the M-eil hiwlneM
of I). M. Kerry A Co,, who for marly
half a eentiiry Imve gone forunril em Ii
ywtr, constantly milling new customers'
mitl retaining nil lln nlil une. until it
In tmliiy tlio noumi of mil Mipply from
which thu great crops of thin country
spring. Heed Iiimiwh Imve coiiiii mill
HJiVif noiiio survived and llourUhol for
i ' ' finally Mirruiiilml fur ono
nat'i untlier whllo Jerry's) kept
irniwii.g ill tho time. Thousands of
iar.'ix Mrilentrn and Itouur KriiweiN
').: to them ymr nfter year for the
nwli from which tho pronmrlty of
tie fields mul inirilenn in to grow, nml
thu fact that th"y are never disap
pointed In Furry' needs In tlm m'rot
of the wonderful cxpandim of thin pop
ular llrni. You emi hoy their seeds in
every city, town orhiiuih't of thin land, I
mul you n r ii nlunys certain that they I
nro fresh, trim to n.iine and euro to
t;row. Their 1 IK) I Setil Annuiil, n vat
tmhlo Killihi In the wlectlou of tho
proper mil to plant, will he sent Irco
to nil readers of tills paper who apply
to I). M. Ferry A Co., Detroit, .Mich.
Ton Much Argument. j
Psr'n hmm1 ileal in nrgyment, hut
It (tin also ho overdone. An long n
Undo Mooch MIcwmI In fulphur uml
hrliiiHtoim ho let my iiiuImkci ntrlctly
nlone. When I lnul nriyetl him into
hullcvlu' tint no nidi phi-o oxlntoil he
dontioil out my truck' patch In one
Kmloxun. horn -lOO II. 0., wnn tho
first mini kiiovvn to hUtory to oxplniu
plnnetiiry motion uml to make a map of
tho heiiveiiH with thu planeln mul fixed
Ilenth tn Convict!. '
Bliu'o 18,11! more than L'0,000 con
vlctn hnvo Ikhmi M'nt to I'reni h Guiana,
of whom 81 per cent illwl of iIUoum),
hanlhlilp mul IniiUlUclcut food.
Ilrltlsh Pmcrgcncv Ratlnni.
Every nohllor in tho Urltlnh nrmy
carries In hln hnvernnck wluit In known
na tho "I'liiorKcncy lutlon." Thin con
gists of n Biiiall tin cylinder, nlmihir to
n pocket nplrlt flank, illvlilixl Into com
partincntn. Ono of theno in filled with
four ounci'H of cocoa jinvln, nnd tho oth
er contnltH a nlmihir qnnntlty of con
contrated heef (pcmnilcan). As Its -tltlu
Implies, tho ration in not to ho
lined except In tho enno of tho direst
ifeccsiilty, nnd If consumed in Binall
quantities It will maintain stiengtli for
"About a year iro my hair was j
coming out very fast, so I bought
bottle of Ayer's Hair Vigor. It I
Bioppcu ine miiiiiK i""
hair crow very rapidly, until now it
la 45 inches In lenRlh." Mrs. A.
Boydston, Atchison, Kans.
There's another hunger
than that of the stomach.
Hair huncer. for instance.
Hungry hair needs food, 9
needs nair vigor "jr s.
This is why we say that
Ayer's Hair Vigor always
restores color, and makes
the hair grow long and
llCaVy. I.OO UUU. All niUII.
If your ilrii(rlt cannot niMily you, fi
sand in ono liMUt and wo wlfl eiprcu H
jrona liottlo. llo nuro nml (tlvotlioiiume H
of your nearest oieri'M olllt'O, Aililrevi,
J. 0. AV1CH CO., I.omH, Hint.
"IJocs your dnuuhler'a hunhnnil lor
her ns ilovolodly tin over?" "llo 1or
when I'm nronml," replied her ilnunli
(el's hiishnml'n liiother-lu-law, lirlinly.
Kolid .Mulhvr Mjr ilnrlllif?, It In !!
time. All I lie Utile chlckenn hnvo K"i
to hid. I.lttlo I'lilloaoplmr mum
inn, nnd m hnn tho old hen. Woman's
"Din woild nln't wiunre," Krowlcd
Utile Mickey. "Why not 7" linked Jim
my. "'Caiino tho only one tint Kft
fri-o prniiuln me dcpluiiitn nml police
men." ClilciiKo Nown.
Anxious Mother Willie, denr, do you
ever hnvo nny trouhlu with the other
lllllo hoys at c.iool7 Wllllo Now I I
lick ono of 'em every once In a while,
tint thnt nln't the least hit of troilhle.
Mrs. A. Your htnhnnd nmiklnx
nKiilnl Why, I thought you hmlMcd
that ho should nlvo It up. Mm. Z. I
did, dear, hut thin 1 found such a pret
ty smokliiK'Jnckvt nt n haricnlu sale
ChloflKO Dully Novvn.
HelpliiK Ills Wlfes Wife I havo
Iiihh thlnkhiK I oiiKht to kvo you u
lilrtlnlay present, llovvnrd. Ilunlianil
Oh, vi ry well. Junt wrllo down what
It shall and I'll huy It on my way
uptown. Town Topics.
Friend Now that you havo mnilo
millions, what will you do? Old llul
lion I nhnll retire, and annum injwlf
tellhiK pepoplo what n htirden wi-nlth
Is, nnd how happy I was when I was
jMxjr, New York Win kly.
After tho Wedding: "Hut tlmy told
mo yon hnd money." "And they bun
coed mo Into thinking you were rich."
"Well, whnt's to be done about It?"
"Let's full In lovo Junt for spite." Cin
cinnati Commercial Tillune.
"Do )ou believe Hint the American
people like to he humhuuncd?" "No,
nlr," miKweritl the ntuidy pntrlot,
"hut when they Hnd nnyono unnrt
enoiiKli to do It they en n't help tnkln'
off their hats to him." Washington
llejoiid r.xpectntbiu: Mr. Jonm Sro
herel Thin horw you sold mo runs up
on the sidewalk eery time he seen an
auto: !lorr Dealer Well, jou don't
expect a llfty-dollar horse to run up a
teh'Rrnpli jo'e or climb a trio, do you?
Olrl In the (Irani Htnnd Isn't lint
a cruel vnino? Do jou th'nk It's fair
for a doneli men to pile Iheuifcelvea on
top of the poor fi How that hnn iho
ball? Her Kcurt No: there ouglitn t
to be more than eleven of them, nny
way. Chicago Tilbune.
Infunnntlim: "Hdlo," nnld tlio
i.dghtMjrly Imre. "wluit nre jou build
ing the new chicken house for?"
eWhy." replied Nettles, "for n Hock of
pink cnruieln, of course. You didn't
suppose I'd put chickens In It. d.d
jou?" I'hllndclpliln rublle Lodger.
"Weren't yon iicnoun nt tlio t Wed
ding." nnUod the syinpathetlc cliap,
"with nil those people looking nt you?"
"I nervous?" repo.itid the recent bene
dict. "Why should I he nervous? No
body looked at me; I was only tlio
groom, you know." Cincinnati Tlinis
Hiar. In Kentucky: Ascum I don't know
whether your head over the article,
about Colonel Lusliman'a death was
pt luted the wny you Inteiule.l. hut It
won a go-id uiie. City Kdltor Let mo
sm What wnn It? Ascum Him
fought hln Inst bjltle. Philadelphia
Cllhmin What's tho matter with all
you IiiictoiiieJiuuters? Newconih's n
decent sort of a fellow, an.1 yet you all
appear to hate him. fiubiirbn No won
der! He went nnd bought Ids wife a
sealskin coat Inst week, and our liomei
nro no longer peaceful. Philadelphia
"Muinmn, what Is Topsy's other
name?" "Topsy In the piny? I don't
know, denr; Just Topsj-, that's nil."
"Oh, she has another name. I heard
nnpa apeak It yesterday, but I can't
think of It now. Oh, yes, I remember
It's Topsy Turvcyl" Knnsnn City
"How did you llko Dr. Fourthly
last Sunday morning?'1 ntked Mis. Old
castle; "don't jou think ho Inlulgid
rather friely In mixed uieinplior?"
"Ooodumsl I didn't notice. Did ho
have It right there In the pulpit? This
will be n terrible blow to Jo.-lili. Ho
thinks so much of the doctor." Chi
Tho Hule of Three: "One week from
to-dny. Uncle John, I will be n married
man. Yes. In seven short dajs I will
ho Initiated Into the mysteries of mat-'
rltuoiijV "No mysteries about It, my
hoy. It Is Just the plain, simple rulo
of three." "Utile of three? Kb what
thno?" "Wife, mother-In law. and
hired girl," Kiuisnn City J unial.
"How's j-our mother?" nuked tho
neighbor. "Worried to dutth," an
swered tho boy, who wnn swinging on
thn front gutoi "father's hunting In the
Adlrondacks, brother Hill's gone to a
political convention, brother Jack'
Joined n foolhall team, mid the dreR
maker has Just told mother Hint she'd
look n fright In mourning." Washing
Ills Qunllllcntlon: Senator This
friend that jou want mo to get n gov
ernment position for you enn lecoui
mend 111 m us n man of good ability nnd
capnhle of llllhur the place, I suppose?
Constituent Why, no, B-Miatur, I uiu't
do that. It's because ho can't make a
living nt anything else that I wnnt you
lo get a government Job for hlni, Chl
I. im icy,
Cumso Well, younu Frlsblo will
uinlto lils wny lu tlio mcillval proftu
nIuu. Cawlicr Hns lio cot n rooi! stnrt J
Cumso I suoulil say liu linil. llo
wns such a iirlmo fuvorlto In tlio col
logo Hint tlioy mnilo lilin mirKroii to tlio
football' tcntit. Detroit Kri-o 1'ivss.
Owenlotts (cout'liliijf forccilly) Ivo
been nilvlsod that it trip iibrouil would
bo urcatly to my biMii-llt.
Blinrpun Who mlvlij(.'tl you, your
lawyer or doctor? Town mul Country,
flu Nice and Sympathetic.
A gentleman whose ono glass oyo
hnn served him fur yearn had thn mis
fortune to drop It. It smashed to nt
iiiiih. J'lils happened when ho wnn far
away In tho country, llo 1 npilred ol
a friend whoro wnn tho ntmrost place
for IiIiii ( go nml get n lilted.
"Why iliui'i y in call upon tho girl
you were flirting with nil Innt night?"
Ilin friend npilred, "Him has n first
dons reputation for making oyon."
I'rajer of the Convert.
A south hii Inlander nt tho tlora ol
a religious meeting offered the follow
ing prayor: "0, Owl. wo nro nhout to
go to our respeelive homes, It. not
tin- words wo hnvo heniil lin llko the
Him clothes we wear soon to Im taken
off mul folded up in n box till another
Habitat Ii ioiiius around. Itnlhur, lot
thy truth ho like tho tattoo on our
bodies Ineffaceable, till death."
Iratn D.nldy (suddenly coming upon
a highly cihotioiiiil lovo mma ill u
riizy i onicr) Whatl Kissing my
daughtcrl In thin tho way you reward
my confidence and respect for you In
admitting you to my homo?
Voting Man (cnlmly) It strikes me
that I am paying you tho highest com
Perrin's Pile Specific
The INTERNAL ItEMEDY
Ho Case Kxbts It Will Not Cure
Vefsl Kswi, Urns saws run br stesm or ksao
llnsrnilnei. 1m llie tsle.1 In mill ins
rl.lnrr), iiiiiii imltera, well ilnlllnj inachln
v rile fur jrutir neeili.
KlilLUSON A1ACIIIMIKY CO.
t'uat of Morrlton Street
OMKllON fOHTMNtl i
St. Melon'M 1-Ill
flottio suit iter schnAlfnr i-lrlf. West (i
lor.' Ion. -jai lane bulldlnr. Moilern S
iM)iilnent. Aeslemle, ColUxo ''repsr- (i
lion ami iell eourwi. Mn.le, Klo- '
cullon, Art In charge of iji(-U1lita (i,
Illii.lr.liHl r.lslnffuo. I.ailer term i.
oitii Kviirusrv I l-l (S
i!I.i:anok riinitirrrs. iiinipi. i
Is It acting well? Bowels
regular? Digestion good? If
not, remember Ayer's Pills.
The kind you have known all
yOUr life. J.O.AreeCo..Low.ll,Uiis.
Want your moustache or beard
a beautiful brown or rich black? Use
Little Liver Pills.
Cfluet Dear 8lGnoturo of
in P.c-Slmll. Wrspptr Dtlow.
Vc77 snail anil as assy
te take ass near.
FOR TORPID LIVER.
FOR SALLOW SKIN.
FOR THE COMPLEXION
Lli cSrrti I rurcly YervUlde.
CURE SICK HEADACHE..
, ! CARTER'S
V rohosdzqi sajfs$h
ODDITIES OF EXPORTING.
WJint We Print Abrnml nnd Home, of
tho Tlllima Wo (let.
We wild Dakota seed to Iluseila,
from which she Mines wheat to com
pete with our own product In tho mar
kctn of the world. To plant, cultivate,
reap iiinl harvest her own crops wo
fiend to Uussln nearly one-half our to
tal exports of iiKrletlllurnl machinery.
In ItHJ.'l we shipped foine 81,000 tons of
these implements to the land of tho
C'.nr. In former yours all this passed
throiiKh the port of N'ew York and
riillndsiphln, but n fractional Increnni)
Jn frelKht rales between the lakes and
the llnst has dlvertiil the trndo to
Koiithern ports, while experiments nro
belriK iniide In direct shipments from
ChlcnKo by wny of the lakoi, the HI.
I.nwiencu Illver uml tho Atlantic
Tho cotton pl.int first came to Amor
Ira from Asia; now the ((renter part of
tho Central Asian crop Is grown from
.AmiTlcan cottomeed. American cul
tivators till the soil which Is watered
by an American Irrigation system.
Yankee Kins clean the liber, American
compounds prees tho cotton Into bales
wrapped with American bands, and
finally tlje cotton fluds Its wny to JIos
cowovera railroad built with American
capital, and In turned Into cloth by sec-ond-hniid
miichlniTy from nn American
cotton fnctory, to compete abroad with
Another regular article of export to
Central Asia Is the Ohio grapevine cut
ting. The vineyards of Central Asia
aro all offshoots from American vines,
and the fruit Is priced above nil others
In Itussla proper for Its delicacy and
llavor. Twenty to Uilrty tons of Amer
ican grapes to the aero Is a common
i yield In Central Asia, and an tho Amer
ican vine In free from parasites, It Is
, being Introduced everywhere the world
over, from Kouth Africa to northern
China and Japan. Wo will export to
bacco plants to Uunslnn Asia, so that
tlie.ltuislnn tobacco, grape, cotton and
wheat crops are all American, ouco re
moved. No oriental fable Is stranger than tho
accomplishments of the up bvdate
Yankee drummer. In Ilngdnd, the
homo of Aladlu, he offers the new
American lamps that hum either Hus
ilpn or Ohio oil, for the old bronze tab
ow burners of the Ilagdad housewife,
nnd as those tlme-wom oriental lamps
Hnd a ready snlo In New York, the en
terprising drummer who Introduced the
Vmcrlcan lamp to Ilagdad was well re
l aid for his trouble. Now, however,
Vmcrlcan lamps are becoming a drug
n the Ilagdad market, and tho supply
it old lamps In rapidly giving out as
ur lamp trade with Turkey Increases.
A Connecticut firm manufactures
-acred scarab! for tho Egyptian tour
ist trade. The little charms are carved
n-ideven chipped by machinery, color
it In hulk to stimulate age and shipped
lo casks to the M idem dealers In Cairo.
The Arabian guides are the chief buy
ers, many of them belug adepts at
"salting" the sands at tho base of the
pyramids, or aliout the sacred temple,
where they artfully discover these
warabel before the very eyes of the
Yankee tourist and sell him for an
American dollar an article manufac
tured at a cost of less than a cent per
tiapt within a stone's throw of his ovvu
home. I'or enterprise It beats wooden
nutmegs." Cplller's Weekly.
KRUGER IN EXILE.
llo Fare He line Nut Vet Abandoned
President Krugcr. as It seems nat
ural to call him. Is n lonely and pathet
ic flguro In his declining years. He
lives In retirement on the French Itlvl
era, near the Italian frontier, a beauti
ful country, but not as attractive to
the old Boer's eyes as the monotonous
veldt. Darwin, lu his "Voyage of tlio
Beagle." says that the country which
haunted him most and exercised the
pleasantest sentimental Interest upon
lilm was tho sterile nnd uninhabitable
I'utagoulan wilderness, n land of
sweeping plain nnd billowy upland,
arid, tireless ami melancholy. If such
a wild spot, with no landscape charm,
could fascinate a chance traveler, how
pnsslounte must be the attachment of
tho exiled Boer to tho land of his lilrtlil
Mr. Kruger lives In seclusion, denying
himself to all but Intimate friends. To
thb visiting Journalrst ho Is "not at
home." He passes his (Imo In renllng
Ids own treasured book, tlio Hiuie, anil ,
keeping up with his correspondence,
with tho Boers who have founded
colonies In South Africa, Chill and Hol-j
land, some of which nre prosperous.
M. Mnssard, of La Patrle, obtained
admittance to Mr. Kruger's presenco
tho other day to present nn allegorical
Ilgure lu bronze entitled by tho donors
"Sursum Corda." The Frenchman, of
course, read a llttlo address full of
complimentary references to tho for
mer President and his heroic people.
Mr. Kruger In reply said ho had not
abandoned hope, for hU faith In divine
Justlco was unwavering. "His last
handshake was sad," said the emotion
al Frenchman, "and a mist seemed to
come over his eyes, I myself could not j
suppress a tear." No doubt a genuine,
tear, as becamo the director of I,n'
Patrle charged with such a sensational
mission. When Mr. Krugcr said ho
had not abandoned hope ho must havo
had In mind tho building of a, Dutch
South Africa on tho ashes of tho rav
aged ?opubllcs, the schemo of the re
habilitated Bond and the dream of
veterans llko De Wet, Delarey and
Louis Botha. Now York Evening Sun.
Butiatituto iur Diamond Drills.
Tlio prlco of black diamonds, used
for coro roclc drills, having risen In
forty years from tlirco dollars to fifty
dollars per carat, n substitute for them
lias long been sought, says tlio Youth's
Compnnlon. Ono such substltuto Is
furnished by tho shot drill, Invented by
Mr. Davis, nn Australian. In this ma
clilno tlio pluco of the dlamoud-cuttcrs
Is taken by chilled stcol shot, fed
through a hollow rod In tho drill, which
wear nwny tho rock by a crushing or
grinding action. A machine, roccntly
tested In Now York, easily cut through
a mass of brick ami cement, nnd oven
through embedded plates of cast .Iron,
making smooth coros of four fcot In
I Texas Cimlo.
It Is said that Texas alono markets
?oo,uoo,uoo worth of cattlo annually.
Hot weather Is no more daugerous to
fat people than to lean.
ADMIRAL SCHLEY -
Pe-ru-na Drug Co., Columbus, Ohio:
Gentlemen "I can cheerfully say that Mrs. Schley
has taken Peruna and I believe with good effect. "W.
S. SCHLEY, Washington, D. C.
ADMIRAL SCHLEY, one of the foremost
notable heroes of the nineteenth century.
A name that startles terror in the heart of every
Spaniard. A man of steady nerve, clear head,
undaunted courage and prompt decision.
Approached by a friend recently, his opinion
was asked as to the efficacy of Peruna, the
national catarrh remedy. Without the slight
est hesitation he gave this remedy his endorse
ment. It appeared on later conversation that
Peruna has been used in his family, where it is
a. favorite remedy.
Such endorsements serve to indicate the
wonderful hold that Peruna has upon the minds
of the American people. It is out of the ques
tion that so great and famous a man as Ad
miral Schley could have, any other reason for
giving his endorsement to Peruna than his
positive conviction that the remedy is all that
he says it is. -The
fact is that Peruna has overcome all op-
Ask Your Druggist
DON'T TAKE A PORTUNB.
Small Prices and Easy Terms ot Pay
ment on the Choicest Organs.
Very moderate outlays will brine lifg
returns in organ values at Kilers 1'iano
House. We mako a spfcialty of sup
plying tlio Ijest and only tlie very xt
at tlio loHcut prkes olitainalilo any
where. Durdctte, Kimball, Crown and
1'aciilc Queen organs in nil styles.
Church, parlor and piano cases. Trices
as low as 4G will buy a handsome Pa
cific Queen organ, cabinet style, hand
somely carved, with plate glass mirror
and elegant flnleh throughout. Other
prices 150, $G3, $fli, $01) and 7S.
Kvery Instrument fully guaranteed by
us. Write for catalogues and all furth
er information desired. ' Kilers 1'iai n
House, No. 361 Washington street,
corner Park, Portland, Oregon.
And Not Over Here.
"I think you must be mistaken,
sir," the old man chipped in.
"What about?" demanded his neigh
bor in tlio crowd.
"Didn't I just hear you remark you
were glad tho war in Bulgaria was
"Not exactly. I said I was glad it
was over in Bulgaria." Philadelphia
J Scei Annual poitpiJ free
OF BAB BLOO
OLD SORES, ULCERS, ABSCESSES
The best evidence of a bad condition of the blood and unhealthy state o!
the system, is an old festering sore, running; ulcer, or abscess. They show
I te bodily impurities are not passing out through the proper channels, but
are left in the system to clog and poison the blood. So thoroughly does
the poison penueate the system thajt every little scratch, cut or bruise
inflames anl testers. Everything about an old sore orulcer suggests disease.
They affect the general health, they
require constant attention, and are a 111011 OAXT OF THE LEO TO ANKLB
source of anxiety and trouble all the
time, and in some cases highly offen
sive. There is danger, too, of these
places becoming cancerous if not
treated promptly nnd in the right
way. Washes, salves and ointments
are good for external use, but they
can't stop the discharge or change
the condition of the blood, and for
this reason the sore never heals per
manently. Not until the blood is purged ot
impurities and the system cleansed
of all harmful substances should the
ulcer heal , or the effect upon the sys
tem might prove disastrous. S. S. S.
goesainto the circulation and searches
out 'and removes the cause ot the
old sore and invigorates and builds
up the polluted, sluggish blood
again, and as the poisonous matter
is driven from the system the sore
begins to heal, new flesh forms and
the place is soon covered over with ..... .
fresh skin and the sore is gone for H time. Where the constitution 13
debilitated from the effects of chronic sores, ulcers, abscesses, carbuncles,
rioiln or other severe skin eruptions. S. S. S.
uet your uiooa rigut, nun ns u iurccs uu
the poison the sore must heal, because nothing is left in the system for
it to feed upon. Write us should you desire medical advice, which is given
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He It seems to me that the prac
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She Whv, how can that be?
He It teaches them to take thought
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A SOLID SOKE.
New Caetlo, Fa., July 20, 1003.
Three years tea a common boll ap
peared on tho calf of my limb. Notyleld
inffto simple bomsremedlea,Iconsulted
a pbyalcian, who prescribed a poultice,
flaxseed, auppoiedly. Vt noma fearful
mistake I vn given corrosive eabli
mate, and after having; It on for a few
minutes I could endure tho pain no
looser, ao took; off the application and
found that my limb from the calf to tho
ankle irae In an awful oonditlon. I im
mediately aeut for another physician,
who told ns I had been poisoned. Mr
limb from the calf to the ankle was ono
solid Inflamed sore. I was advised to
begin 8. a. 8., and improved rapidly
tinder its use, but about this time I had
an attack of typhoid fever, and this set
tled In the original aore. This, of course,
caused a back set, but having confldenca
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as soon as I waa over the fever, and to
make a long atory short, waa completely
and permanently cured. Two yeara have
elapaed, and Ibave never had a return of
the trouble. MKS.k. a.duffy.
S14 W. Washington Bt.
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Do not depend upon local remedies alone.
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