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O LD SO R E S
Nothing is more offensive than an old sore
that refuses to heal. Patiently, day after day, it is treated and nursed, every
P °W(^er» e^c** that is heard of is tried, but does no good, until the very 1 Prof. Korn of Munich has presented
sight of it grows offensive to the sufferer and he becomes disgusted and mor n report to the Bavarian academy ot
bid. 1 hey are not only offensive, but dangerous, because the same germ
sciences stating that he has perfected
that produces cancerous ulcers is back of every old sore. The cause is in
, a system for transmitting photographs,
the blood and as long as it
Some years ago my blood became poisoned, and sketches ami facsimiles of signatures
remains the sore will be
Because we make medicines
there and continue to grow the doctor told me I would have running sores for over ordinary telegraph wires. Any
for them. W e give them the
worse and more destructive.
would be fatal. Under this discouraging report I
formula for A ver’s Cherry
The fact that thousands of left off their treatment and resorted to the use of ted over a wire one thousand miles
old sores have been cut out S. S. S. Its effects were prompt and gratifying. long in twenty minutes.
Pectoral, and they prescribe it
The steel bridge over the Pecos Riv
and even the bones scraped, It took only a short while for the medicine to en
for coughs, colds, bronchitis,
and yet they returned, is in tirely cure up the sores, and I am not dead as the
consumption. They trust it.
___doctors intimated I would be, neither have the
skill and extreme simplicity of con
disputable evidence that the
blood is diseased and respon- ®°ies eve.r broken out again. J o h n W. F undis .
struction. It is considerably more than
Then you can afford to trust
fib le for the sore or ulcer.
wheeling, W. Va., May 28, 1903.
three hundred feet in height and is
it. Sold for over 60 years.
Valuable time is lost in experimenting with external treatments, such ad 2.180 feet long, yet it is supported by
“ Ayer’s Cherry Pectoral Is a remedy that
should be in every home. I have used a great
Salves, powders, washes, etc., because the germs and poisons in the blood stone pillars so small that it seems In
deni of It for hard cough* and colds, and I
must be removed before a cure can be effected. S. S. S. cleanses and puri credible to a beholder that they can
know what a splendid medicine it is. I can
not recommend it too highly.” — M a r k E.
fies the circulation so that it carries rich, new blood to the parts and the sustain the enormous weight of pass
C o h e n , Hyde Park, Mass.
sore or ulcer heals permanently. S. S. S. not only ing trains, which invariably stop on
s b y J. C. A y e r Co., L o w e ll, Mt
removes the germs and poisons, but strengthens the the bridge to allow passengers to view
A ls o m anufacturers o f
blood and builds jup the entire system by stimulat the structure and the bleak, desolate
ing the organs, increasing the appetite and giving surroundings.
energy to the weak, wasted constitution. It is an
A Russian timber dealer has discov
exhilarating tonfc, aids the digestion and puts every part of the body in ered & valuable mine of oak. It is in
ver’ s P ill» g re a tly aid th e Cherry
jood healthy condition. Book on the blood, with any medical advice wished, a river of South Russia, in layers three
P e cto ra l in break in g up a cold .
TH E S W IF T S P E C IF IC C O A T L A N T A . GAm
or four feet deep, scattered over 150
square miles, and its most strikiug
| feature is Its variety of colors, sup-
Don’t stand and talk for hours with
U n sp ok en W ord s.
A n O p t im is t ic V ie w .
the postman. Other people want to get
Charitable Lady— My good man, what
Muggins— So you finally mustered up I posed to be due to the variegated soil
No fewer than their mail as well as you.
would you say to a steady job of work courage to propose to Miss Springer, eh? of the river bottom.
j twelve shades of pink, blue, yellow
with three square meals a day?
What was the result?
Piso’s Cure W a good cough medicine.
Meandering Mike— I ’d stay all right to
Huggins— She dismissed me without and brown have been noted, each log It has cured coughs and colds for fort/
de t’ree square meals, ma’am, but wot ceremony.
| having Its own uniform shade. The years. A t druggists, 25 cents.
I ’d say ter de steady job uv work
Muggins— Oh, well, dort’t you care. logs taken out have ranged from forty
M uch l r L ittle .
eouldu’t be said in de presence uv a lady. The absence of cefemony saved you the to two hundred feet In length
“ Multum in Pa.
” read the man
j from fifteen to twenty inches in diam across the street. ‘V
*Nat’s a queer
eter, and it is estimated that more motto for a shoemaker.
than 150,000, averaging seventy feet,
ed the obese policeman on the corner.
The Japanese excel in the making of “ You see. his specialty is ladies’ shoes.”
paper from the bark of trees and
You Can (let Allen’ s Foot-Ease FREE.
shrubs. Among the remarkable varie W rite A llen 8. Olmsted, Le R o y .N . Y ., for a
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. -II. " W u ' . i . . h .
free sain pie o f A lle n ’s Foot-Ease.
ties are thin rainproof paper used in sw eating, hot sw ollen, aching feet. It I t m cures
stead of glass for windows, the oiled new o r tigh t sl ots easy. A certain cure for
in gro w in g nails and bunions. A ll d ru g
papers serving for waterproof cover corns,
gists sell it. 2fic. Don’t accept a ny substitute.
ings, and clothing, and the oiled tissue
I n l o r m a t io n W a n t e d .
For Infants and Children.
for wrapping delicate articles.
Uppson — Yes. me dVar hoy. I am
bark paper employed for meal and
grain sacks is not readily penetrated very pro ad of me family tree, doncher
by weevils tm l other insects. Most In
Down'ng— Do you ever whitewash it?
teresting of all, perhaps, are the tough . Uppson— Whitewash it! NVhat for?
papers from which tobacco pouches
Downing—To keep the insects off,
and pipe cases are made, these leather doncher know?
ÁVcgctable Preparationfor A s
papers being almost as tough
M others w ill flnrt Mrs. W inslow ’s S oothin g
similating the Food andRegida-
French kid, translucent, and as soft Syrup the best rem edy to use for th eir ch ild ren
ting theStoaachs and Dowels of
d u rin g the teeth ing period.
and pliable as calf skin.
Glass hives for the observation of
The Greatest I n y n t ’on.
i N f A N I S / CHIE DKEJV
bees at work have been in use for
“ What do you cons! ler the greatest in
many years, and recently nuts’ nests vention of modern times?”
“ The phonograph.” answered the po
have been on view at the Crystal t’ai-
ace, London; now, a firm in London litical boss, who was having trouble with
ness and Rest.Conlains neilher
of his loquacious subordinates. “ It
has actually put on sale a contrivance
Opium.Morphine nor M ineral
called “ The Lubbock Formiearium,” never says a thing that hasn’t been told
N O T N A n C O T IC .
to it by somebody that knows what he is
which Is really a portable ants’ nest talking about.” — Washington Star.
which can be moved anywhere without
Permanently Cured. No flfsor nervousness
»a r t afoid j*-sA M TLnrm m
trouble or inconvenience, and which r I I i T I Q U after
first day’s use of Dr. Kline’s« Ireat Nerve
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it is claimed, will last for upward of Restorer, send for F r e e 4)2 trial hot tie and treat Ise.
M x Senna *
Dr. H. H. Kline, Ltd.,»31 Arch 8t.. Philadelphia, Pa.
ditU-V W rf *
cies selected Is the small yellow ant,
H e N e v e p S m ile d A g a in .
Formica flava, and the nest is in
S C 2 5 U *»
Miss Stringem— Yes, Mr. Mtiggsb.v, I
closed in a frame ten inches square, think you would make a lovely come
resembling a picture frame, except dian.
Muggsby— You flatter me. But do you
that it must, of course, be laid flat, and
A perfect Remedy forConslipa-
the cover must be kept over it. except really think I have talent?
Miss Stringem— Oh, not necessarily;
lio n . Sour Stomach,Diarrhoea
when the ants are under observation.
but you have such a funny face.
Worms .Convulsions .Feverish
The nest contains ants in their various
ness and L O S S O F SLEEP.
stages, and some of the other Insects S t a t e or O hio , C it y or T oledo , i
L ucas t ’o u g r r ,
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which are associated with them, and It
F r a n k J. C h e n e y makes oath th a t he fa
Facsimile Signature or
is supplied with or without a queen, sen ior partner o f the firm o f F. J. C h e n e y A
Co., d o in g business in the C ity o f Toledo, Coun
and accompanied by full directions as ty and State aforesaid, and that said firm w ill
pay the sum o f ONE H U N D R E D DOLLARS for
N E W YORK.
to management. This novelty has at each
and eve ry case o f C a t a r r h th a t can not bo
tracted much attention and visitors cured by the use o f H a l l ’ s C a t a r r h C u r e .
■f * ■I’t b ’ r ftn r tth V o l d ,,'w'
F R A N K J. C H E N E Y .
) 5 Dost S - l j t l N I S
Sworn to before m e and subscribed in m y
to D o cto rs
The Kind You Have
EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER.
TMI OINTAUR lOMNNr. NSW Ton« CITY.
We d" crown and br.dg work without pa n.
Our 1* years’ »xp'rien oe In plate work en
ables us to fit you** mouth comfortnh y. Dr.
W. A. V\ ise has foteiio a safe way to extract
teeth absolutely without pain. Dr. T. P.
Wise is an expert at go’.d fil ing and crown
and brickw ork.
Extracting tree when
plates or orldges are erd r_-d.
ts s a
DR. W. A. W ISf
Falling Bldg.. Third and Washington Sts.
Open evenings till 9 o’ c lock. Sundays from
• to 12. Or Ma-o XJ2S.
WL T. r. wise.
S y m p a t h e t ic O in tm e n t.
presence, this 6th day o f December, A. D., lhM>.
A. W. GLEASON,
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N o u r r Fublie.
An old-time quack compounded bis
“ sympathetic ointment” according to I
H a ll’s Catarrh Cure is taken in tern ally , and
“ Take acts
d irectly on the blood and mucous surfaces
mosse of a ded man’s bed, two one.;I of the system. Send f r testim onials, free.
F. .1 C H E N E Y A CO., Toled o , O.
man’s greace, one one.; mummia.| Sold by Druggists,
man's blood, of each half an one.; lln- * H a ll's Fam ily P ills are the best.
seed oyie. twenty two one.; oyle of
G rou n d s fo r A ctio n .
loses, bolearminiek, of each an one.
Scribbles— Have you aeen my new
Bet them together in a mortar till it
be fine leeke an oyntrnent: keep it in
Critictip— No: what’s the title of it?
a box.” Then all the sick person
Scribbles— The “ Unmasking of a Hum
needed was the weapon with which bug.”
a man had been stricken. This he
Critions— Whst! Do yon mean to tel!
anointed with the ointment, pressed to me that you have written your auto
the wound and was well again, or
should have been.
F. *. u.
N a 42 1905
Instead of devoting so much time to
H E W w r it in g t o a d v
cards, people ahould learn how to talk
t lo n t h is papa