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The best is Hoods Sarsaparilla. It
is the best because it docs the most good.
While it makes the blood pure, fresh
and lively, it tones the stomach to bet
ter digestion, creates an appetite, stimu
lates the kidppvs and ;vrr rvfa nw
brain, nerve and digestive strength.
An unequaled list of cures 40,366 tes
timonials in two years proves its merit
11 ?UJ ""u"1 eng.tl,a hav . iet,.
sally th Mini eurallv pniiiarlira a th liquid
form. boil accuracy of doa. riioveuienr, un.
B17. - tn.r Uinr no loaa by Taporsllon. Lrvak
4t.erUkj. tiold hy dniitgialauraont byrnil.
C. I. Hood Co., U-w.ll, Ms.
"'' the rropo.ni...
"All that you are, niy friend," Mid
the lecturer, alnsllng out aQ elderly
man sitting Id a front seat who ap
peared to be deeply luteretited "all
that you are, I repeat, you owe to
heredity and environment."
"G..HI." exclaimed fh.
hirnl.,. .l .i.u ..I -
n-u miu tuuignaiion, "i never
bad no dcalln'a with that Arm in my
life, and I don't owe them or nobody
els a blamed cent " ( 'lili ago Tribune.
Lost tha Coanectloa.
Mra. Chugwater, Id looking over tbt
morning paper, bad com acroH a line
that looked like thia :
"Joeiah," (he asked, abowing it to him,
"what doea this mean?"
"It means," aald Mr. Chugwater, "that
tha line'i out of order. Kama old atory.
Can't you aee?"
B-r a - - . n
v jLimrj oenna
Cleanses the ystem Ef fect
UQlly.DispeU Colds andlLad
ocues duo to Constipation;
Acts naturally, acti truly as
Best forMenvmpn and Child
ren -younj ana Old.
'lo et jts l)eru?fieialEffecU
lo gel us lien
Alwovs buy the I
has we full nan
name of Hie Com
by whaia it u manufactured . printrd on the
front of evi-ry uorkn!?.
SOLD BY ALL LEADING DRUGGISTSt
one site only, regular price 50.r bollle.
inl OIKX ALL T1I13 YKA1C
U U Clatsop Beach Seaside, Oreoon ;
'Tup- IHraotlr brark aTarlooklnr
I"' tha wna. Hot aalt hatha an 4 I
PlltC UnilCC furl balhlnr. Uretrm
ULItr nUUaC il. pl,r for !l.hla.r.
nC Haa parlors. Klartrla llrhu. rlrv
blar ana stasia hasl llss walks
nsrpnun sail 4rlfs. Hra foods a aper
uniuurs i.ltr. Kau-s. IJ.&O sns a-l.oo I
par lay. Se Hperlal rates by the wsek.
I DAN, J, MUOHK. I'roprtvtor I
An Rnglish newspaper had this death
eotlra the other day: "At Stratfor.l-on-Avon,
age seventy-five. William Shak
peare. At rest."
(c (c (c
There is an evaporation from the body Kintl on continually, day and
eight, through the pores and gland of the kin. This is nature's way of
maintaining the proper temperature of our systems and preserving the soft
ness and flexibility of the skin, and so long as the blood is free from impur
ities no trouble will result. When, however, the bl'Hd from any cause
becomes infected with humors and acids, these too must tie expelled, and
coming in contact with the delicnte fibres and tissues with which the skin is
ao abundantly supplied they produce irritation and inflammation, and the
effect is shown by Kczema, Acne, Tetter, and skin n fleet ions of various kinds.
These impurities and humors get into the blood through a deranged or
inactive condition of the system ; the members whose duty it is to carry off
the waste and refuse matter of the body tail to properly perform their work,
and this impure, fermenting matter is left in the system to be absorbed by
the blood. The skin is not only affected by poisons generated within the
system, but poisons from without,
such as I'oison Oak, Poison Ivy,
Nettle Rash, etc., enter through the
open pores and glands, and so thor
oughly do they become rooted in the
blood that they are ever present,
r return at certain seasons of each
year to torment the sufferer. Salves,
washes, lotions, etc., cannot cure skin
diseases. True, such treatment re
lieves some of the itching and dis
comfort, and aids in keeping the skin
clean, but it does not rt.ii.li the real
cause, and at best can be only palli
ating and soothing. A tliorouirh
cleansing of the blood is the only certain cure for skin tlis--.mes. S. S. S.,
a gentle nettnp, safe blood purifier, made entirely of vc;.m t ilde ingredients
of the forest and fiel 1, is the proper treatment. S. S. S. j;o-s down into the
circulation, and neutralizes the acids and humors, thoroue IT. v cleansing and
purifying the blood, and curing skin affections of every kind. It supplies
to the blood the fresh, nutritive qualities necessary to sustain the skin and
11 other parts of the body, and rids the blotxl of any and all poisons. S. S. S.
cures Kc.ema, Tetter, Acne, Salt Rheum, Poison Oak and Ivy, Nettle Rash,
and all other skin troubles, and cures them permanently by removing every
trace of the cause from the blood. Special Iwxik on Skin Diseases and any
medical advice desired furnished frre to all who write.
TIIE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.. ATLANTA. GA.'
at win 1 1 sew
la noaitlvs proof of tbe reltimntv ana "" v
,,.l."7.rr Specialists always In sttennancs.
surin srnmpt In. i.lil anemias. Latly attsod-
re".'. ' .V ar.5 ia..r..hnr- . -rll ...ar-lukc. Uranll
Bcsa, Good Wort and 0"cs Service.
AND IT DIDN'T HUKT A PIT"
Talnterot Eatrsction. 50 cents. Rctrsctwn Free
sr. wira that It I. i.(..M t "!' a a n
r,",".H ... .th..t te...ng ..ache
LuXXu l well a-d serf,.- I .r -.rsl,n
Crowe and B,,:.''- K-
W A.WISE dint"?
taut MM. T ft Wssasslts-, Hsruat, atsea
J. T. Oh.
IT!' 1 11 2ft rtr iMri.n.v I I,... - '
liiown IM (.sraapsnlia In rail fur aprmg
r ' u,un ' ' n' . It rural
si-mrul. -ma ; hi. no equal a, a grn.rai
sprlna niodi.-lno. it yivsa ) gauulae aauelae
tna to aa tma. "
Takla. I. Ik.
The automobile wu going arty nillet
"We are now pausing throusb a beau
tiful part of tbe country." ahouted the
cbuuffeur In tbe front euf.
TK- -I.. ii
! o"l Ulinu
II iu: be ejaculated between
cnushs, "It aeema ua though the coun-
.ry la pawing through me."
II. Alui.d Utah.
To the uninitiated olmervcr aome of
iiib KiiininMuia perrormea In a rime
of football are beyond explanation.
ilie atory la told of a half back nrbo
complained to hla family about tbe In
justice of allowing football player to
weur head protectora.
i anouiu tnink it waa moat necea-
aary," aald hla mother, who had wit
nvaaed one game with many tremor.
- ijook at me rront teeto your poor
coualn Frederick loatl"
"That may be." aald her aon, ttub
bornly. "but look at me, laid up for
two week with a lame foot Juat froaa
kicking a fellow' nose-gear P
A Baa.tr Parlor.
There waa a long alienee.
"Gerald,' ah aald, breaking tbe mo
notony, "what I a 'beauty parlor.'?"
"A 'beauty parlor,' my dear," ba
whispered, moving closer. "Why, tnlf
la a 'beauty parlor.' "
"Tift Ideal Why aoT
"Why, any parlor would be a beauty
parlor If you were In It"
And after that the rest waa eaay.
She accepted him on the apot
Of anaall Vain.
Tha noa of tba Egyptian echini had
"Let it go," aald the aphint, apeaktng
for the flrat and only time. "It waaa't a
Grecian nose, anyway."
INSURE YOUR HEALTH
and roM FORT
on stormy days
cy wearing a
'(- 3- Evarywlwrs
TMvre) CO ao9TrM v a
Tbe Halvation Army I
fifty-two count rirs and
prrschrs tbe gospel in
i eatablisbeil In
' .T " - '
o SKIN DISEASES
I bs used your 8. S. S., spring and tall,
for tha paat two yrara, wna th result that it
snttraly relieved ma of a form of Ecxema
wbich my doctor was unsbls to curs. My
arms, lower limbs, and, in fact, the biggest
portion of my ahols body wss affected, and
when I Ant begin S. S. S. the itcsing, etc.,
wss worse, but 1 continued the remedy with
the result that the dry. Itching sruptioo en
tirely d.tapnesred. 1 think a great deal of
your medicine, and have recomnended it to
others with g-iod ren t. It is the belt blood
medicine trade, snd I can corscirntiouily
reromr-rnd it for Hie cire oi' all blond sud
skin sfferfioris. C1IA3. HORirMA.l.
Wheeling. W. Vs.
DOING WORK FOR
THE BEST PEOPLE
II chrw voof lor frr-p.rl, ln.l tboroaf M,
while Tour look. ar. unpforrd r.onil rtw.'IpliM.
A lollow lonlfc that I. a.w uirlrs r.n b. iilrd .1.4
rroon.il e lhat It I. M.rd lor proh.WT 1 lurlime.
1 a a.cre III. tM-M rr.lla 70s Waal aecare lb
1 I Ural jrl.l. ol ta ll.
ri.mln.tion frr. an t Inrlt.d, Wiles rt..lr.d yos
rss ears I . f. lee or sir arnnal atrvice.
Our force Is ao orgsnired that we can do
your entire Crown. Hrulcs and Plata Wort
la a aay If necessary.
I tvrr. Wl
Where did you com from, baby dear?
Out of the everywhere iuto her.
.hei diii jiuu; gt tiiuiH, ,yra so blue?
Out of tbe sky as I came through.
What tnakta tbe
ligbt in thru sparkle
Some of the atarry apikaa left in.
Where did you gt that little tear?
( found it waitiug when I got here.
What makes your forehead ao smooth and
A soft band stroked It as I went by.
cheek like a warm,
than any one
Whence that three-cornered amlla of bliss?
Three angela gave ma at once a kiaa.
Whore did yon get thia pearly ear?
Clod spoke and it came oit to hear.
Where did yon get those arms and ban. Is?
Love made itself into bunda and bands.
Feet, whenee did you come, you darling
From tbs same box ss tba cherub's wing
How did they all just come to be you?
Ciod thought about me, snd so I grew.
But how did you come to ua, you dear?
God thought about you, snd ao I am her.
A. Itattaacly Taeaskt.
I wonder what day of tba week,
I wonder what month of the year
Will it be midnight, or morning.
And who will bend over my biar?
What a hideous fancy to come
As I wslt st the foot of the stair,
While sbs gives tbs last touch to her robe.
Or sets the white rose in her hair.
As the carriage rolla down the dark street
The little wife laughs and makes
But ... I wonder what day of the
I wonder what month of the year.
ONCLB KEUBE5 AND EDUCATIOH.
Ol Mas Told m Skrewel liirr t.
III. strata m I'olat.
"Made ye squirm some, didn't they,
Cynthy?" Uncle Reuben asked, aympa-
"What do you mean, Uncle Reuben?"
Cynthia returned. But under Uncle
Iteuben'aqulzzlcHl glance the color came
richly. She had been acquainted with
Undo Reuben all her life.
'I saw ye sort of wriggling Inside
when Eliza Meadow talked about pre
ferring music with a tune to It aorue-
tliing ye could grip on to,
IHl I wnai
sonatH and symphonies that
ye call them, ain't It? Eliza Meadow
luia done more good than any ten
women ye'd be likely to meet; ahe'a
clothed the naked and ministered to
the a Irk till it' grown to be second
nnturo to her; hut after all, I dunno's
tewing and nursing and things like that
tench ye anything about mimic. And
then when Elvlry Pratt talked about
the kind of pictures she liked, I saw
ye get a holt of yourself. I was leal
proud of ye the way ye held In then.
"Education," Uncle Reuben museA,
must be sort of alarming anyhow
when ye first ketch It. I don't wonder
it's kind of upsetting."
Alarming?" asked Cynthia. Her
color had become normal again and
her dimple were creeping out
Uncle Reutien nodded. "Yes, alarm
ing. Ye never can tell whether it'a
going to strike out or strike In. If It
comes out free like mensle. It a
splendid thing all round, but If It
strikes in ye never can see clear after
It. There wns Henrietta Bond, now.
fore she went to college Henrietta
was ns bright and likely a girl a ye'd
ever . When she came home "he
wns all changed; seemed as If she
couldn't consort with anybody that
wasn't college-grown. She talked a I -out
ort and philosophy and biology, but she
hadn't any Interest In cooking and sew-
ns; found life terrible dull here so
dull she couldn't stay. So she Tent
way. I dunno' anybody lamented
her. That's what I call knowledge
"Then there wns Nellie Chester. I'l.
own up I hated to see Nellie go. I
was afraid It would spoil her, like Hen
rietta, but bless ye, she wasn't the
spoiling kind. Everything she learned
Just seemed to make life more Inter
estinu. I declare I'd hang round for
half n tiny when she was poking under
tones for bugs she made It all so in
tenstlng. And she'd name ye nice
books to rend, and w hen she pin red
she'd play your tunes and her mtilc
toth one ns easy ns the other. I tell
ye, when 1 see all Nellie got out of It,
I understood that education can mean
alaiiit lis many different things ns there
ire pii.ple that have It."
"Uncle Itenl'en." Cynthia asked, "do
ymi s-e nny sns of mine striking In?"
All for Show.
It Is a poor town which cannot Ivmst
of something to the stranger wit Mil its
gate. The man In the anecdote ndnted
y a writer In the Yotikers statenni in
n hard put to It. but he sii(i-e-dod
in upholding I he dignity of hlx in live
"I'lrs one of our g'l'ati-t :mw-
piaci s." s.lid the resident. I1.1
aking a friend uNmt his ton tl.
"Whv. It Is only a vacant lot!
plle.1 the friend.
"Certainly, but it's where the clrv.is
always perfornis when It nitinn to
town," relndiil the proud citizen.
V,laltors Make Tarls nirk.
Visitors to Paris sp.-nd In that city
an average of .iM"U) a year, of
th'. sum by far the greater portion
comes out of rite pocket of Americana,
Tha Terage numher of visitor to Pari
t IM.OhO a month.
When a woman I getting the worst
of It In n argument with a man, ehe
say; "Oh, that Juat Ilk maal"
Sibpct Ever H mj Lover "hauls'
Give A anion
By I. A FMnn. Pr.,...- .r Hortlmrisra. Idaae
E ipar maul gtatiua. atuocuw-
Moat ul tha West is new fwntry,
therefor It U not am prising tht eom.
natively few dasllingsand farmstead
within her boundaries ai surrounded
'y attractively arnino.1 plantings of
a'S.-...awi, iaii i.'e
Iicri, uiat luil n.liiui. to.k.-a.ii.
the attention of ml ritisens of this
great commonwealth ba been son fined
to th on Idea ot money miking ; pet.
baps the place ba 'sen tDO'tsed and
every effort ba been bent to relieve
lhl condition; or, torn may hv set
certain standard of money awumnla-.
tion and have devoted their energies to
w rkmg toward this itoal. Th result
ol these eond iticn has been that of let-1
ting a de th real beautifying of horn
grounds a a secondary consideration.
Another very ptevaleut reason why pen
pi neglect tbi all-Important matter.
Is found In th fact that scarcely on
person in a thoueaud step a'id and
give i th matter adequate thought
Althoogh on may appreciat th at,
tractive plate of other, still toe men
of makli g bit own p'at equally a'trae
tiv 1 lar from th Imagination. A
third elan of people ar thos who
really lov th touch which nature
give th home aurroundlnga, bat from
lick of forethought an I systematic
planning their effort fall far tliort of
tuccest. All of the eUeset of home-
maker can profitably devot torn at
tention to 111 subject, commonly
known a "landscape gardening," and
its spplicttion to home of out oonntry.
Th nltlmat aim of all landscape
gardening, whether conducted on a
mall or on larg acal, ahoald be to
present ft pleasing picture. In other
i i i i . ,
fined a th art of arranging and group-
ing ire, inroD ana nowcrt in aucn a
manner that a picture of undeniable
beauty prevail from Mason to season.
It ia not enough that the material
that a picture of undeniable
eboeen for the planting thould give an
attractive display for a ilngl season,
each a th painter place upon hi
eanvea, bat th selection should go
farther, presenting material that will
give Increasing variety and alluring
beauty lor each day, each week and
From tbi statement of the saheet
it I qait evident that th landscape
gardnr who wilds th tool which
natur place at hi disposal ceonpi a
position on equal footing with the artist
who wield th brash In tranaferrlng
these picture to th canvas. Yet It it
qait posilbl for most ol a to play th
part of th former, evan though it fc
in a vry limited manner. A many .
painter ar imitator to a great dsgree, '
it one should Imitate th works of
other In th arranging of plant, h
would be committing no nnpardonable
In. In fact, thlt latter method of I
procedure 1 likely to prove the moat
fruitful mean for tbe average person to
mploy; at any rat, it will terv ad
mirably for th purpose of giving n
Idea of th kirdt of plant to select and
i - - "-
, the grouping method most pleasing to
On th other hand, it i necetpary
that the person who i to become the
amateur landscape gardener ahould un
derstand m ol th prim snential
and common sens rule ofihitart.
Where shall th flower blaoed?
Shall th tree and shrubs com In the
middl ol th lawn or shall they find a
more appropriate location in some
other point? I It good taste to mike
walk and road in carves? These tnd
many other question naturally sris
in th mind of those who ait carefully
prospecting In tbi subject. It there
fore behoove a to get (oro working
idea of these various topic. Every
home-lover thould giv ampl attention
to thlt tubject.
Of lntrtt to Farmer,
The following publications of interest
to farmer and other hav been issued
by the Agricultural department of the
Federal government and will t furn
ished free, so long as they ar availa
ble, except where otherwise noted, np
on application to th Superintendent
of Documents, Government Printing
Office, Washington. D. C:
Bulletin No. 145. Preparing Land
for Irrigation and Method of Applying
Water. Prepared by the agent of irri
gation investigation. Pp. 84, pit. 7,
fig. S3. Price 15 cent. This bulletin
give description of methods of remov
ing sagebrush, of imoothng land, of
laying out field for different tvatem
of applying water, and of th different
syttemt of applying water. The vari
ous method! are compared a to cost
Bulleltn No. 148. Current Wheel:
Their Use in Lifting Wter for Irrig.
tion. Prepared In the cffli-e of ezperi
meet atations. Irrigation investigation.
Pp. 38. pi. 4, figs. 21. Price 1U cent.
Drawings anil photographs ol a large
number of wheel need lor rating water
from stream ar given, accompanied
by description, statements of cost, and
discussion of efliciency. A gpneral dis
cussion of the theory of current wheel
ia also given.
Mae) Oaa at Her Oeea.
Mrs, Ixmakida, who had been Invited
to attend tbe opening aetaion of lb moth-
era congress, was sending ner regrets
over the telephone.
"It'a awfully kind of you to sik me.
Mra. Ondego," ah aald, "but I can t come.
I'm loo bu- '---'-- ,v children."
Iinse sweet Meat.
Eight pounds of Concord griT". 4
pounds of sugar, I'j pound of raisins,
two oranges, pulp and eel chopped ;
pulp the grape and cook until aoeds
come out. rub through mlnnner. men
dd skins and boll fifteen minutes, then
add sugar, raisins, lemon, oranges and j
(II three-quarters of nn hour, or until ;
like in iriiialade. It does not netti lo ba
jt.iy.lt is a true s.iymg "' tune
Is money. Joyce It mut I; you
never see that old miser wa!t,g
To ra Cold Meat.
Tak crp of cold meat of any
kind, cot In uniform !, dJ p!c
of butter th ite of a walnut and oca
small onion, and fry together ontll
brown. Add boiling water to mtk a
good gravy, and thicken with flour to
the consistency of cresm. Th! make
n excellent "warmed over" dish.
It I estimated that in New Tork Ory
thr r 12,: 1 men who were educated
for th bar who ar la various tusploy
Bwnta outside ef law office.
Rolalaar Hie Jew,
Vtcbael Callahan, section bos for
fh Southern railroad, baa a keen
Gaelic wit Oue warm afternoon while
walking along the railroad tracks b
fouud section band placidly aleeplng
beald the ralla. Cnllahan looked dl
Bustedly at th delinquent for a full
minute and then remarked:
"Slap on. y lair spalpeen, slap
on, fur as long as you slap you've got
for, none. Upplueotf kisgaxln.
Makt.laar as Ska law It.
TThll little Gertrude was looking eat
ef window during thunderstorm
she saw a flash of lightning play
along a telegraph wire,
"Oh, mamma," b exclaimed, "I
Just saw piece of th sun fall down
'mm th sky I" New Tork Press.
Mothers win find Mrs. WtneWs Boothia
tyrup the b-st rsmedr to Us lot taalt OaUttUaa
lufiag Iks UaUuug varuxi.
With all tbe Impartiality of th par
tisan. Prof. Price aet forth th con-
t'ntlon of both political parties regard-
lug tbe tariff,
At th close of bis talk h wss sur
rounded by th fair member of the
Woman' Current Event Club.
"Oh, Prof. Price." cooed th fairest,
"thank you o much for your perfectly
lovely talk! I understand all about
the tariff now. It' Just Ilk a lover'
comparison the free trader ar th
Clvlaar niaa a Polatae.
"Nsggus," aald Borus, "you've seen
that atory ef mine that's running through
ons ot the msgtiines. How would you
adviae me to wind it up? I want to glv
it happy ending."
Put all tbs characters la tbs story,"
.teamer for a mnnii.ht eld.
boat out to the middle at th lake "
"And blow It op
Bt. Titos' raare as all Ksrvswe Ptaasss
1 inililla neatly cured: bf lir. alias's Orral
am Restorer. Hood fur rKKK Stlrlai aotUe anl
traai lea, i.u.lL buiao, laL. u ana h, r'aual'e.
Adam Zawfox What's got yon so
much interested In that there paper?
Job Sturkey I'm looking aver tbi Hal
ef hundred men that awns, all th
money in tbe country. I thought (nebby
my name would be there, but It ain't
Wall, I didn't much 'ipect te Sad It, no
how. Make a DITereaee.
"If a man lose bi pockerbook,"
said th moral lier, "he think th chap
who find It I no better than a thief
If be doesn't return It"
"Ye," rejoined the demoralise', "but
If h find sum other fellow' pocket
book well, It come Ilk pulling teeth
to give It up."
There Is more Catarrh In thtisrrtlo ef th
country Dun all otner diseases put together,
and until tbe laat tew rears was suppose! to bs
Incurable. Kor a great many years doctors
Iironoiiueed It a local dl-eoao and prescribed
oral remedies, and by constantly faliln to
cure with lcal treatment, pronounced It In
eurahle. Srlrnro lias pro, en ostarrb to be a
curanie. ocienro nsa pro, en csia
eonstttutl"nal disease and thereto
con. tl ' utlnnsl I seat ment. HsIl'lCl
msnulaotured be f. J. Cheney t t
'atarrh i me,
Ohio, la tha only roni'ltultonal eure on ti s
market. It It taken Internally In doses from 10
drops to a tesapnnnful. It acts directly on tha
nlno'l and mucous surface, of tha avatem.
They offer one bundreil dni lars tor any esse It
falls to cur. Bend lor clruulara and testi
monials. Address: F. J. CHENFY A CO., Toledo, Ohio.
Hold br rriirrlt, 7r.
Isks Hall's Kamily Pills for oonstlpstlon.
"Mr. Clugston," said the caller,
may atop my paper.
"It doesn't fit your pantry abelves, per
haps, ma'am." aaid tbs editor ot tbe
Spiketown Blizzard, sarcastically.
"That hain't got nothing to do with It."
"You've found that you can borrow it
from a nelghlior hereafter?"
"That ain't the reason, neither."
"Possibly you don't like tba editorial
policy of the paper."
"No, sir; I don't. My nephew waa ar
rested last week for stealin' a hog, and
you didn't aay a word shout It 1"
ettl.at It All Ia.
Th prosecuting witness in th dsmsg
uit against ths city wss giving in his
"Now, tn. Mr. Bloodem." said hla
lawyer, "you will pleas tell th Jury
where you were injured."
"On my knee, in my feelings, and right
in front of the city hall," rapidly answer
ed the witness, fesring so objection on
ths psrt ef the other attorney. Chicago
A Dieeawraa-ea Dlser.
"I Bee they ay that when a diamond
passe a certain alze It I worth no
mor than a am Iter one,"
"If It'a too larg It Isn't marketable.
Nobody want to wear a diamond a
bulky aa a glass door knob."
"I that ao? Then It must be aw
fully discouraging for a man to dig np
a sparkler as big a a football."
Cleveland Plain Iiealcr.
Then your blood must be in
a very bad condition. You
certainly know what to take,
then take it Aycr's Sarsa
parilla. If you doubt, then
consult your doctor. Weknow
what he will say about this
grand old family medicine.
Sold for over CO years.
Till la th flrt on-.t'n e 'Of Anelnr wonld
e.k; "Are mr o- r r"" He erK.oe
Mai rlai j a- li"0 of tl.s " a la el-."lu'-'
e.aeniial to rernverv. Kr-p rmir liera. il.a
and tour ho are r-sular I; taking laiaure
Susoaof Aer s I'll'.
MaVd tif J- l "'., 1WI1. 1
A .axj aBOkiiourjri
aoi r ci tf.
CHI kiV PtCTOtAL.
F N U
rltlag ta art vortlsors plow
nw thia aapar.
PUTNAM FADELESS DYES
Color more rood brtghUr and laatar colors than any other dye. One t Oc packer colors allk wool and eotton equally w,U
ind U. ruarita ad to llv, pari ret -MUlU. Aak d.ef , OfWtWttlMnd lmVXZ 'i'urZZ
NO ONE CAN
i rr f 'i2iN Tr.
Sv xU-T a a.
l-'V -a a
i . jr vo 1 1. jrf-i
Many people pergiat in tiding on tbe street car. Inaumclently protected
They ttart out peihap in the heat ot the day, and do not feel the need
The rpid moving oft he car cool the body nnduly. VVben they board
th car perba p they r rligbtly perspiring;. When the body la In thia
condition it 1 tatily chilled. Tbi ia especially true when a person is tit
ting. Beginning a street car ride In the middle of the day and et.Jiog il In the
evening almort invariably requite extra wrap, but people do nit ub erve
these precautions, hence they catch cold.
Coida re very frequent In the Spring on this account, and aa the Butrr
mer advance they do not deeieaae. Duriug the Spring month no one
hould think of rl ling on th oar with ut being provided with a wrap.
A cold caught in the Spring ia liabl to lait through th entire Hummer.
Great caution should be observed at thia aeason against expotute to told.
During th first tew pleasant day of Spring, the liaility ot catching Cold It
No wonder so many peopl acquire muscular rheumatism and catarrhal
disease during tbi aeason.
However, In rpite of the greatest precautions, oold will b caught.
At th appearance of the first symptom, Perun should be taken accord
ing to direction on th bottle, and continued until every yniptom disap
Do not put It off. Do not waste tlm by taking other remedies. Begin
at once to take Perun and continn taking it until you ar positive that
th sold has entirely disappeared. This may save yon a long and peihap
erloua lllnasa latr on.
Bad tffect rront Cold.
Mr. M J. Deutach, (secretary Build
ing Material Trade Council, 151 Wash
ington St, Chicago, III., write:
"I have lound your medicine to be
onuausllv effioacioua in getting rid of
bad effect from cold, and mor espe
cially in driving away all symptoms of
catarrh, with which I am frequently
"The relief Perun gives In catarrhal
troubles alone 1 well worth the price
per bottle. I have ustd the remedy tor
ivral year now."
Spells of Conghing.
Mrs. C. E. Long, writes from At
wod, Colorado, a follows:
"When I wrote you for advic my
little three-year old girl had a cough
that had bean troubling her for four
month. 6b took cold easily, and
On ta Her CalllaaT.
Out Landlady It' tbe strangest
thing In the world I Do you know,
our dear old pet cat disappeared very
suddenly yesterday. Excuse me, Mr.
Rudolph, will you have another piece
of rabbit pie?
Mr. Rudolph (promptly) No,
thank you I
Our Laudlady (an hour later)
That la three more pie saved. This
euson will be a profitable one, Indeed.
His Idea at Oaa.
Th teacher In the Parktown school
waa hearing the clasa In geography.
"What ia known a tbs Great Divider'
"Cuttin" a big watermelon !" answered
little 'Raatiia with a grin that abowed all
his Ivories. Chicago Tribune.
The data about tha manufacture of
ateel cars in this country sre not ss defi
nite ss might be desired, but the Railway
Age reports the number of all ateel cars
ordered In 1!M7 to be 27.SH0, snd of csr
with steel undernames, 41..VI0,
"OUCH, OH MY BACK"
NEURALGIA. STITCHES. LAMENESS. CRAMP
TWINGES. TWITCHES FROM WET OR DAMP
ALL BRUISES. SPRAINS. A WRENCH OR TWIST
THIS SOVEREIGN REM EDY TH EY CANT RESIST
MCMRCSl Of Twt rMILV.
3Ves3y Hora at an. ArJfy 8 ' r a
taaaterVjXewicte, rotv tvreiv X5ioJew' B BVt,., 4 g
DCW, aOVS, WOMEN, Mlt NO CHILDftgN.
avrxao W. 1. Dooo'ee msnt mnd safe owe wri
evewet'a H.Mt. 13.00 mnd $!t.60 mho
thmn any cor has manif aof ufae In thm
JfJ" voecf, tecauas last hold thmir "T-
siss. Ill Barrae, araae onrae, mnd
m-am seat seealee wmlum (nan atnjr f lime r-a,
f'lO aAooa In Ihm mrmrld tm-dm.
W. L Oiutr'ai $4 ind S5 Gilt Hit Shott Cannot
ar- 4 I T IftSf . w. I, TV., f i.a nam a"l oo- a-nil nn bort'.m. Toko Wo aoKotltnto.
S I l., in, l. .hoe dlrr. rialMTa. nliuee auao- ' H' " ' "" ". l"'J "' 1 ' wu"lL
sisua Caaalus low w so, aulreas. . 1- lOl KL, larocktoas ASaa.
Hilu'C iu Only One
Laxative Bromo Quint ho
USCO THE WORLD OVCH T0 tfaW A 0010 10 OM OAT.
AJwayt remember th full name. I
for -this aitfnaturs on every box.
i. k 0 J . 7 r 75 I
tv nr-T..' A
crr un iw in
""H Time, Save
would wheel and hav spells of cough
ing that would sometime last lot halt
"Now we can never thank you enougti
for the change yon have made in our
little one' health. Before the began
taking your Peruna h sufleied every
thing in the way of cough, cold and
croup, but now the ha taken not quit
a bottle ol Peruna, and ia wel and strong
a ah ha ever been In her life."
Pe-ru-aa for Colds.
Mr. James Morrison, 68 East lstf
8t., Patenon, N. J., write:
"I hav given Peruna a fair tra, and
I find it to be just what you claim it to
be. I cannot praise It too highly. I
have used two bottle In my family for
oold, and everything imaginable. I
can safely say that your medicin 1 tha
best I hav ever Died."
Oat ( tk Dlna Put.
Alexander th Great had juat subdued
"Anybody can bust broncho," he sain,
"but it take a man to put the analth-
on big four-legged devil like thia one."
Being abrrwd, politic fellows, tbe cow
boy of that ago allowed the imprexa nn ta
go out that they were afraid to try t.
ride tbe aavage beast, and tbe auliaervi
ent historisoa haalened to confirm that
Nat at ( krerfal Braae).
"Haven't you any milk that Is mor
cheerful than this?" queried the new
boarder as he poured some of the liquil
Into bis coffee.
"Why, what do you men by that?"
queried the landlady.
"Oh, nothing," rejoined the n. b, ;
"only tbi milk acciu to bate the
A Hungarian student who was plu-kedj
at a recent eiamination at Klame-ilnirg
ahnt himself, but first winged an eiauv
an o 60o
Bt EsunHed At Ant Price
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